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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rii r z T7 I- J yI 1 V II J I 8 56 PAGESII N i wtr t II H TIE NEJArS FIT TO J8JNr I 38iiii Ii I V L XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 NO COUNCIL ON THE MOVE Yi F r They Are Raising Revenue 1 Opening Streets and En U forcing Ordinances l THE BRECKENRIDGE ADDITION APPROVED j Oar City Dads met In regular month lysession at the City Hall Monday night It was the warmest and longest meeting since the installation of the usual1 happy style called the body to oder and Clerk Tousev read the minutes of I the previous meeting which were ape provedThe question of raising sufficientrev entieftb meet the current expenses of the town was the first important busi I ness to come before the body Council man Haltingly read an ordinance where by there IB a provision set forth to 11 cenee all business and professional men t This matter was referred to the Financial Committee which will report at the next ri meeting f Eohler read an ordinance relative to property owners occupying i payftr Mr Hudson sanctioned the matter and was m favor of requiring the buildings now projecting on the streets to be re moved from the line This matter was t refered to the Street Committee for in vestigation Mr L T Reid was present and asked that the street running along by Clover Greek be opened He offered to do the work free of charge to the town if they would establish the line Mr Hudson will make the survey and the street will be opened The Financial Committee handed in approximate estimate upon the coat of procurln water works which Vas in the neighborhood of 12000 Mr John L Morten was before the body and said fie soon aa the franchise for electric was offered there were parties ray to make an offer to erect a plant It wag decided to advertise in the differ silt mechanical Journals for bids on water works and electric light plants Mayor Barry spoke in behalf of the k privilegeofdepot for the purpose of carrying on their business upon a more extensive scale He suggested to tbe Councilmen that they grant this company thia privi llegs of building in the street but Hudson immediately offered an objection say F lag Ute railroad would grant them the c right to build on their ground and it would not be right to allow the Stand ard Company to build in iht street and force other citizens to remove their buildings t A plat of the Breckenridge addition was placed before the Council and OanJGel Coal cpmpany through its manager Mr H V Harris donates the streets to the City This la quite an acquisition to the town and when completed will be tha prettiest portion of the city Jjtv allowing claims accounts and tf ouaNnt salaries the council adjourned tarbjeCt to the call of the Mayor I5 r Watch the N ws next week for im PertutneWL t THE HACKNEY HORSE I JN Lyddae Hu A Valuable Import ed Hackney At His Farm Near a Irvlngtoa G N Lyddan the proprietor of the Mt Maple Stock farm near Irvington baajBade same valuable additions to his breeding stock Alt his stock have win 1 lerediwell and are in flue shape He line an imported Hackney which t tIncomparatively new and very yalul atyeI iJreedThe Hackney is the ac igeyfecL type of carriage horse It is a sty of horse which has style action j M Ability to pull A heavy vehicle at a t r jaIrate4 of speed lie popularity is IrtaslUhed and It ranks among the high ias a breeder hisflae1twkrr Iriwcht Fair Pricesav 10ioAsUM ad Constable Wilson t11hqbad beef ftUeMUN the Carney sale iiiU jVwirt M Uwa Ttmndayea = eterted a ilMMHiaaee aad said IBverytUng I a podprlee rJ n r- II THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS HIGH AND- WELLDRJINED Second Street Being Extended and New Buildings Put Up A COMMERCIAL CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED The past week has marked quite an improvement in tbe lower end of town The Hawesvllle road has been turned so as to take it out of the low ground through the Breckenridge Cos proper ty The new road is high and well drained and by the time It is opened for traffic it will undoubtedly be in splen did shape and will materially Iin prove the properly lying alongside it The city authorities are working on the extension of second street from the Catholic church to the railroad shop and when completed this street will be of great benefit to every person em ployed at the shops The two cottages being built by the Breckenridge company are nearing completion and will probably lead to the construction of other buildings on the new subdivision in the near future The next thing in order is the forms Lion of a Commercial club to assist our city fathers in bringing outside capital here The matter has been frequently suggested by different parties Now let them get together and perfect such an organization Watch the NEWS next week for Important news- ABOARD THE PAY TRAIN The GuestsOalTke fully Entertained By missEliza- beth Sklllman Tuesday Evening Tbe pay train in charge of 0 P Bush came down Tuesday March 27th with a pleasant party aboard Paymaster Bush and Auditor Lamkin had for their guest Mrs aud Miss Thomas Detroit Mich Miss Jennie Green Falls of Rough Messrs John Dean Glendeane and CAry Applegate Oireraooro While here the party was delightfully entertained by Miss Elizabeth Skillman who bad invited Mr and Mrs R N Hudson Mr and Mrs Charles B Skill man Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Bowmer and Nellie Gregory and W S Bwmtr romeet them On Wedneeday the part with the ad ditons of Misses Skillman Biwmer and Gregory and Mr and Mrs R N Hudson made the round trip to Henderson They were Joinedat Owensboro by Mrr Cary Applegate and Mrs Cam Riley DANIELEMRICH S T Daniel Of ThIs Place Marries MIssLlzzle Emrich at Chambers Wednesday March the 28th On Wednesday March 28th at twoI oclock at the residence of the brides father at Chambers Ky Mr 8 T Daniel was married to Miss Lzzle Emricb Rv Ira L Rice officiating Mr Daniel is the night watchman atIthe shops and the lather of Mrs Charles Wendel kin Mrs Daniel is the daughter of Mr JobnEmrlch of Chambers and a most estimable lady The bride and groom arrived here onI the five oclock train accompanied byI Misses Mary and Elms Emrich and Os car Rice and were warmly welcomed and entertained by tbe relatives and friends of the groom A Good Yield of Wheat Mr 0 0 Shellman a thrifty and en terprising farmer of tthe Stephensport lo catty was in tbe city Thursday on bus mess Mr Shellman saidThe acre age of wheat sown this year will exceed last years by fifty per cent and the yield will be greater A treat Compensation James B Dill a New York attorney will receive a millon dollars as an attor neys fee In bringing peace between Andrew Carnegie andHO Trick the two great iron Kipga A New Coal Dealer Willis Clark of Dukes la sawing logs o thlaplactHewillprepared to Supply all customers tbe best ft i Bet glfater DEATH OF DR FRANK Physician Farmer And Promi nent Mason Succumbs To Death March The 28th LEAVES A WIDOW AND ONE DAUGHTER Dr J H W Frank one of Brecken ridge countys most prominent physicians and farmers died at his home near Irvington Wednesday March the 28th and was buried the next day by the ma sonic order of which he wasa highly te epected member and an ardent suppor terDr Frank was born reared and educated in Washington D 0 He lived some time in Nashville Tenn where he en gaged in newspaper work From there he moved to Breckenridge county about 1855 and engaged in the practice of med Iclne with his brother inlaw Dr Hous ton near Clifton Mills He owned a fine farm near Irvington to which he has devoted all his time since 111 health compelled him to give up the practice of medicine He was especially fond of flowers and had a flower garden two acres In extent which was his greatest pride and delight Dr Frank devoted much time and thought to the study of masonry and received some of the highest marks of favor ever bestowed by that fraternity He was a Roval Arch Mason and the first High Priest of the Gloverport chap ter of masonry He is survived by his wife who was was the Widow Dent nee Mies Meador and one daughter Mrs D 0 Heron YEA iIAN The Pretty Home Wedding Of Mr Leo Yeager and Hiss Lizzie Hanks Occurred Wednes day Night The wedding of Mr Lee Yeager and Mils Lizzie Hanks which occured at the home of the brides parents on the hill Wednesday night March 28that eight thirty was a pretty aud auspicious one The bride who has recently moved here from Stephensport was becomingly at tired in gray Mr Yeager works at the shops and ia an energetic and worthy young nam The attendants were Miss Katie Yea ger and Arthur Hanks and Miss Delia Butt and Harry Morrison A number of friends witnessed the ceremony preformed by Rev W B Rut ledgp after which the young couple went to the home of the grooms mother Mrs Sallie Yeager where they will re side for the present A DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT sir And firs Clarence Keith Lose Two Little Sons In One Week Twice in one week the death angel entered the home of Mr and Mrs Clar ence Keith and robbed them of two little children Harold their second son aged six years died Thursday March the 20tb of the effects of a congestive chill and John Edwin aged eight months died Sunday morning April 1st of Inflammation of the brain Everything possible was done to relieve the suffering and prolong the lives of these bright little ones but to no availThese doubly bereaved parents have the deepest sympathy of the whole com munity in the loss ot their two chil dren Nobody Need Starve Mr D B Parish Rock Vale was In town Tuesday He says the prospects for good crops were never better There Is worK for every man who wants it says Mr Parish uant there is no excuse for a man failing to make a living Pleased Him Mr F J Dutschke of Holt one of that vicinitys most industrious farmers was in town Saturday He visited the NEwsofflce and was gratified to note the progress and the installation of new ma chinery Wra Jarbee Dead Wm Jarboe residing Bear Patesville died Thursday night He was 83 years old and respected cititqn of that vi eialtr SALE AT- HITES RUN Mrs N Carney Disposes of Her Farm Stock apd House hold Goods GOOD PRICES i i PREVAIL j Owing to tho bright spring day and to tbe fact that the tale vine advertised in the Nlms a large crown gathered at the home of Mrs N Carney near lutes Run Wednesday March 28th to be present at the sale of her farm stock and household goods Mrs Carney has hvqd on this place thirtythree years and the sale was occasioned by her contemplated move with her three daughterp to Enid Oklahoma where two of her children al ready reside The Carrey family is of Irish extraction and has always stood high in the community where they live Their neighbors and friends deeply re gret their departure Pat Dillon of Hardiqpburg was the crier at the sale and tho good prices paidabout half of which were in cash show that money is plentiful in this county The farm 317 acres WBS Bold to the Dean Tie company for 1500 j three ewes and 10 lambs fof SO to Thos Flood j 0 big shoats SjJ25 a head to Dennis Flood i one mare for 37 25 to Joe Beavin 1 horse 11 years old blind in one eye for 40 to ndrew Elder 1 mule 10 years old 10J jjunds high for 6125 to J L Jordan r qne 2 year old mule 15 hands high forJ525 to Sam Burdett 1 fallcalf for 15 to Jag Flood 1 old sow and 11 small shoats for S2535 1T4 year old HHtr fer 1G3J 3jrear old steers and 1 heifer foi10035 to John Flood and one milch cow for 2075 to Herbert Beard TIME FOR ACTION Let the Men of This County Denounce the Fraud Which Now Envel ops the State From an Irvington Correspondent The time Is ripe for action We need no revolution in Kentucky no armed opposition to this overthrow of civil government in our once proud common wealth Let the people regardless of politicalaffiliation rise in their might and in the name of putraged justice denounce the proceedings of those per sons who under tbe guise of law and under the domination and dictatorship of an Ohio Republican have deprived Kentucky citizens of their liberty en dangered their liven and have by their high handed proceedings caused the liberty loving people of our state to stand aghast at such a usurpation of power and such a travesty on the name of govern meat It is unnecessary and cowardly longer to delay The time and circumstances demand action Let old Breckenridge take tbe initiative Let all her citizens who love liberty justice a government of the people for the people by the people come to gether in mass meeting at an early date and demand a righting of these wrongs demand that justice be once more impartially meted out to all our cltlzsns Tbe voice of the people animated by a con sciousness of right la mighty and will prevail Farm Jletbods In Europe Dr Will Allen Pusey of Chicago Is the author of a series of articles in the Elizabethtown News on the farm methods of Europe as compared with those In this country These notes are gath ered from his personal observation and furnish profitable reading la Town Shopping Mrs Ernest Pate daughter of Mr and Mrs Dud Hnmbleton of Tar Springs was in town shopping Saturday and called at the News office Death at Victoria Sam Burns one of Victorias oldest citizens died suddenly a fqwidavs ago He Was sixty years old Returns to Firing K P McGill former agent at Lewis port for the Henderson route Ila now located here M an jntra fireman Farmers in ms ay Motions are through sewing pats 1 JUSTICE TO THE NEGRO Saloon License Will Not Be Used to Build a School house For the Negro DEVISE ANOTHER METHOD EDITOR OF THE HRECK SMUDGE NEWS I had the pleasure of attending the edu cational meeting at tine colored Baptist church on Monday night last the sub ject for diicueselon being whether or not cityManyagainst the open saloon and much falla cious talk was made In favor of it I wish merely to notice an argument advanced by one of the speaker and that is that the saloon tax would build the colored per pie a school house Weal know that this city has hall the saloon license for many years save one and our City Fathers made no effort to build a school house for our colored brother In fact we never hear of this colored school building except at a councilmans election or at an election for temperance ItIsof the whiskey men in the shape of col ored bipeds for they are not men shopbondspavingthem qnidate1 say that the moneylordebt hanging on the people Now the colored people are entitled to ft good comfortable school buildingand It seemstoiae tlfat tlie council with the Attorneymlgbtone One way occurs to me Sell the school house on the hill in which the negroes are interested say for S1500 the white citizens being the purchasers and with this 1500 build the negroes a good school houee Should this plan ha not feasible I am confident other ways can be devised to get the negroes a good school building thereby doing away with this trashy talk about the saloon license building a negro school house I might further add that the state ment has been made by the whiskey people that the citizens living outside the corporato limits will be taxed to kelp up the city of Clovorport which I state is emphatically false aud this false hood is well known to tbe whiskey people or at least to that portion who know anything aside from the direction of a saloon Watch the NEWS next week for Im I portantnews I GAS AT GRAHAMTON A Heavy Flow Attained At Depth of Only One Hundred and Seventyeight Feet Grahampton Ky Investigation has proven it nothing unusual to find natural gas almost anywhere in the gas belt of Meade county but that this result should be attained at a depth of only 178 feet unprecedentedhas been foand In abundance at Gra hampton and In a deposit of slate like wise unknown In any boring in the county When penetrating this slate to a distance of only four feet the drillI weighing 500 pounds was thrown entirely from its place and to a height ofI several feet above the surface of the ground while the gas issued with such a roar as to be heard a half a mile die tant a alarming the people of the town with the belief that the boilers ofI the mill had burst The flow has continued unabated and with the same force and volume for ten days affording ample fuel for all steam purposes to run the mill and heat the entire building of four stories 40x140 feet in sizes The Grahampton Manufacturing Com parry will bore another well about halfway between the cotton mill and the site of their former woolen mill burned some years ago CourierJournal ff- R 0 Willis will leave the first of May to take a position as traveling salec man for a Louisville firm His territory will cpver abpnt sevsnCvfivs counties in Missouri and Arkansas Mayor Barry went to Skillman Wed needay PAGES COLUMNS 1kALL THATS 4Councilman PayJTraJaDatigbU Wednesday AiU6 4 powm+ tfl t Absolutely PurerMakes light flaky delicious hot biscuits rolls muffins andcrusts t Makes hot bread wholesome These are qualities peculiar to it alone I have found the Royal linking Powdir superior to nil othersC GORJU late Chef Dclmonlcos ROYAL BAKING CO 103 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK LOUISVILLE SEIECTED North west Tour Of the Kentucky Press Association Louisville will have the pleasure of entertaining the members of the Ken tucky Press Association this year At the meeting of the Executive Committee of the association held at the Willard Hotel yesterday afternoon for the purpose of selecting a time and place for holding the annual meeting Louisville was un animously agreed upon and the date was set fur about July 20 The committee further agreed that after the session here which will continue two days an excursion will be taken to Lake Mlnnetonka Minn where a week will be spent in recreation Chicago Milwaukee and Duluth will be visited on the trip to the lake James M Allen of Cyntbiana John Lyne Henderson Harry McCarty Nlch olaavllle J II Westover Wlllamstown T G watkins and Robert Brown Louis villa and Robert E Morningstar were the members of the committee present Mr Watkins was appointed chairman of a committee to arrange the literary programme for the meeting here It la the intention of the committee to make the meeting this year the most success- fulf ever held and an interesting and var ied programme will bearmaged Robert E Morningstar Secretary of the association was designated to make all arrangements for the trip to the Northwest M Allen of Gynthiana was appointed chairman of the Com mlttee on Credentials and Membership He and his committee will work up an interest In the meeting and endeavor to have the renresentatlves of every paper in the State present The meeting here will be devoted to business election of officers and the literary programme and the week spent In the Northwest will be devoted to pleasure and recreation Courier Journal Avoid Contact with Sick Pets Dogs and monkevs are subject to tuberculosis and are said to be capable of communicating the infection to human beings A large number of the canaries that die in captivity fall victims to the same disease Parrots suffer from a malady peculiar to themselves The bacillus that causes it is thought to originate pneumonia In man Oats have been known to be the carriers of diphtheria and pOSe sibly of scarlet fever and other Infectious diseases Great care should be taken during an epidemic to keep pet animals out of the reach of infection or els i away from the children and at any time a bird or animal that stems alllog should be at once Isolated April Ladles Home Journal H V Harris was In Hawesvllle Wed needay attending court Miss Alllene Murray spent Saturday In Louisville rl II F 8 F lr- J 1 1- fJ S6 1j k n POWDER J 1 PROQRAM Of The K S B Association to Be Held At Irvington April 10th and 11th 4 A CORDIAL INVITA TION TO ALL At a meeting of the swine breeders held in Irvington Saturday March 31 to consider plans for conducting the meeting of the Kentucky Swine Breed ers Association to be held at that place Tuesday and Wednesday April 10th and 11th G A Foote was elected Chair man and D 0 Heron Secy The following committees were ap pointed Committee on Reception r J 1 Henry John N AcresID 0 Heron Ur P W Foote Committee on Table Arrangements R S Bandy J R Wimp J W Hern don G N Lyddan John Nevitt Green Bandy Mrs D C Heron Mrs W J Plggott Mrs Dr P W Foote Mrs 0 T Simmons Mrs L E Henderson Mrs John N Acres and Mrs Jesse W Hern donA letter from R M Smith President of the K S B Association states that the meeting will be called to order promptly at 10 oclock on Tuesday April 10th 1000 and the business of the meet ing proceeded with as follows Welcome Address Chaa Blanford Response by the President Adjournment for dinner AFTERNOON SESSION Scoreing the Swine UOBNINQ SESSION APRIL 11 The program will be continuedand the various subjects assigned the mem bers of tbo program discussed Everyone is cordially invited to attend this meeting and bring a basket well filled with good things D 0 HKROV Secy The Cloverport Athletic club a recent organization will be established In their quarters in a few days They will have a large and well equipped gymnasium with reading room attached Mrs David M Duncan and handsome little son David Henry whohave been the guests of Mr and Mrs H V Duo hOlDeatBrandenBrandenburgThe social given by Miss Ethel Oelzs Wednesday afternoon and evening was a success socially and bas dally 14t FT t S 4- S 4 2 THE ERECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 T THE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG By REV CHARLES M SHELDON Author of In Ills Ptepa What Would Jesus Do Malcotn Kirk Robert Hardys Seven Days Etc Copyrighted 1800 by The Advocate Publishing Co M CHAPTER XVI The day was beautiful and the church as usual crowded to the doors There was a feeling of hardly conceal ea excitement on the part of Calvary church The action of Thursday night had been sharply criticised Very many thought Philip had gone beyond his right In bringing such an Important subject before so small a meeting of tho members and the prospect of the approaching baptism and communion of the Hestou had drawn In a crowd of people who ordinarily stnld away from that flcrvlce- I tulip btUertiEy halt no preaching on communion Sunday This morning hIIremained on the platform after opening exercises and In a which was almost painful InIItlllneuI tensity he began to speak In n low but clear and Impressive volw Fellow disciples of the church otI Christ on earth we moot to celebrate the memory of that greatest of nil be- Ings who on till eve of his own greatest agony prayed that his disciple might all be one In that prayer be paid nothing about color or race or difference of speech or social sur roundings ills prayer was that his disciples might all lx oneone In their alms In their purposes their sympa thy their faith their hope their love An event has happened III this church very recently which makes It necessary for me to say these words The Holy Spirit came Into this room last Sunday and touched the hearts of several young men who gave them selves then anti there to the LorI Jesus Christ Among the men was one of another raco than the AngloSaxon He was a blnck man Ills heart was incited by the saute love his mind Il luminated by the same truth He do sired to make confession of his belief be baptized according to the commands of Jesus and unite with this church as a humble disciple of the lowly Nazn rcnc Ills name was presented with the rest at the regular committee meet ing last Monday and that committee by a vote of 3 to 2 refused to present hits name with recommendations for membership On my own responsibili ty at the preparatory service Thursday night I asked the church to act upon this disciples name There was a legal quorum of tho church present Dy a vote of 2G to 12 the applicant for membership was received according to the rules of this church But after that meeting the man came to me and said that he was un willing to unite with the church know- Ing that some objected to his member ship It was a natural feeling for him to have We had a long talk over tho matter Since then I have learned that If a larger representation of mem hers had been present at the prepara tory meeting there Is a possibility that tho number voting against receiving the applicant would have been much larger than those who voted for him Under all these circumstances I have deemed It my duty to say what I have thus far said and to ask theI church to take the action I now propose We are met here this morning In full membership hero Isn soul just led out of the darkness by the spirit of truth He II one known to many of you as an honest worthy man for many years faithful In the discharge of his duties In this house There Is no Christian reason why he should be lIe nied fellowship around this table I wish therefore to ask the members of the church to vote again on the ac ceptance or rejection of Henry Roland disciple of Jesus who has asked for permission to this body of Christ In his name Will all those In favor of thus receiving our brother Into the great family of faith signify It by rais ing the right hand For a moment not a person In tho church stirred Every one seemed smitten Into astonished Inaction by the sudden proposal of the minister Then hands began to go up Philip counted them his heart beating with anguish as ho foresaw the coming result lIe waited a minute It seemed to many like several minutes and then said AH titopposed to the admission of the applicant signify It Iby the same sign Again there was the same significant reluctant pause then halt a dozen hands went up In front of the church Instantly from almost every part of the house hands went up In numbers that almost doubled those who had voted In favor of admission From the gallery on the sides where several of Philips workmen friends sat a hiss arose It was slight but heard by the entire congregation Philip glanced up there and It Instantly ceased Without another word he stepped down from the platform and began to rend the list of those who hind been re ceived Into church membership Ho had almost reached the end of It when a person whose nama was called last rose from his scat near the front where all the newly received members were In tho habit of sitting together and turning partly around so as to face the congregation and still address Philip bo sold Mr Strong I do not feel as If after what has taken place hero this morn hug I could unite with this church This man who has been excluded from church membership li tho son of a wo M Zt M man born into slavery on the estate atone of my relatives That slave woman once nursed her master through a terrible Illness and saved his life This man her son was then a little child But In the strange changes that have gone on since the war the son of the old master has been reduced to poverty and obliged to work for a liv- Ing He Is now In this town Ho Is this very day lying upon a sick bed In the tenement district And this blacl man has for several weeks out of his small earnings helped the son of his mothers master and cared for him through his Illness with all the devo tion of a friend I have only lately learned these facts But knowing them as I do and believing that lie Is as worthy to sit about this table as any Christian here I cannot reconcile the rejection with my own purpose to unite here I therefore desire to withdraw my ap plication for membership here Mr Strong I desire to be baptized and par take of time communion ns n disciple of Christ simply not as n member of Calvary church Can I do so Philip itpiled In a choking voice You can The mon sat down It was not the place for any demonstra tion hut again from the gallery camo a slight hut distinct note of applause As before It Instantly subsided as Philip looked up For a moment ev cry one held his breath and waited for the ministers action Philips face was pale and stern What his sensi tive nature suffered In that moment no one ever knew not even his wife who almost started tram her seat fearing that he was about to taint For a moment there was n hesitation about Philips manner so unusual with him that some thought he was going to leave the church But he quickly call ed on his will to assert Its power anti taking up the regular communion serv ice he calmly took charge of It as It nothing out of the way had occurred He mild not even allude to the morn Ings Incident In his prayers Whatever else the people might think of Philip they certainly could And no fault with his self possession Ills conduct of time service on that memorable Sunday was admirableWhen was over he was surround ed by different ones who had taken part either for or against the sexton There was much said about the matter lint all the arguments and excuses and comments on the affair could not re move the heartache from Philip He could not reconcile the action of the church with time spirit of the churchs Master Jesus and when ho finally rcacbpd home and calmly reviewed the events of time morning he was more and more grieved for time church and for his Master It seemed to him that a great mistake had been made and that Calvary church had disgraced the name of Christianity- As he had been In the habit of doing since he moved Into the neighborhood of time tenements Philip went out in the afternoon to visit tho sick and the sorrowful The shutting down of the mills had resulted In an Immense amount of suffering and trouble As spring came on some few of tho mills had opened and men had found work In them at a reduction of wages The entire history of the enforced Idleness of thousands of men In Milton during that eventful winter would make a large volume of thrilling narrative Philips story but touches on this oth er He hail grown rapidly familiar with time different phases of life which loafed and Idled and drank Itself away during that period of Inaction Hun dreds of men had drifted away to other places In search of work Almost as many more hind taken to the road to swell time ever Increasing number of professional tramps and in time to de velop Into petty thieves and criminals But those who remained hind a desper ate struggle with poverty Philip grow sick at heart as ho went among the people and saw the complete helpless ness the utter estrangement of sympa thy and community of feeling between tho church people and these represent atives of the physical labor of time world Every time he went out to do his visiting this feeling deepened m him This Sunday afternoon In partic ular It seemed to him as if the depres slon and discouragement of the tene ment district weighed on him like a great burden bearing him down to the earth with sorrow and heartache lie had been In the habit of going out to communion Sunday with the emblems of Christ to observe the rlto by the bedsides of the aged or 111 or those who could not get out to church Ho carried with him this time a basket containing part of tho communion service After going to time homes of one or two Invalid church members he thought of tho person who had been mentioned by the man In the morning as living In tho tenement district and In a critical condition He had secured his address and after a little Inquiry ho soon found himself In a part of tho tenements near to him lie climbed UI three flights of stairs and knocked at tho door It was open ed by the sexton Ho greeted Philip with glad surprise Tho minister smiled sadlyV So my brother it Is true you are service vour Masts hero Mr hnprt U grieved ct the action of the church this morning Dont say anything Mr Strong You dll1 all you could but you are just In Jtlme to see him Tho sexton pointed Into a small back room lie is go Ing fast I didnt suppose he was so near I would have asked you to come but 1 didnt think be was falling so Philip followed the sexton Into the room Tht son of the old slave master The grtiy altadnw of the last enemy was projected into the room was sinking rapidly He was conscious however and at Philips quiet question concerning hits peace with God n smile passed over his face and bo moved his lips Philip understood him A sud len thought occurred to Philip lie opened time basket took out tho breath and wine set them on the small table andsaidDisciple of Jesus would you like to partake of tIme blessed communion once more before you see time King in his glory V The gleam of satisfaction In the mans eyes told Philip enough Tho sexton said In a low voice Ho belonged tohio southern Episcopal church In Virginia Something In time wistful look of the sex tOil gave Philip nu Inspiration for what followed Brother he said turning to the sexton what Is to hinder your hap tism and partaking of the communion 1 Yes this Is Christs church wherever his true disciples are Then the sexton brought n basin of water and as he kneeled down by the side of time bed Philip baptized him with the words I baptize thee Henry my brother disciple ofJcguH Into the name of the Father awl of the Son and of the Holy Ghost Amen Amen murmured the man on tVc bedAnd Philip still standing as ho w bowed his head saying Blessed Lord Jesus accept these children of thine bless this new disciple and uultc our hearts In love for thee and thy king dom as we remember thee now In this service He took the bread and said Take eat This Is my body broken for you In the name of the Master who said these words cat remembering his love for us- The dying man could not lift his hand to take the bread from tho plate Philip gently placed a crumb between his lips The sexton still kneeling partook and bowing his bead between his hands sobbed Philip poured out the wine and said In the name of tho Lord Jesus this cup Is the new testa went In his blood shed for all mankind for the remission of sins lie carried tho cup to the lips of the man and then gave to the sexton Tho smile on the dying mans taco died The gray shadow of the last enemy was project ed Into the room from tho setting sun of deaths approaching twilight The son of the old slave master was going to meet tho mother of the man who was born Into the darkness of slavery but born again into the light of God Perhaps perhaps bo thought who knows but the first news ho would bring to tier would be the news of that communion Certain It Is that his hand moved vaguely over the blanket It slipped over the edge of the bed and fell upon the bowed head of the sexton and remained there as if in ben ediction And so the shadow deepened and at last it was like unto nothing else known to tho sons of men on earth and tho spirit leaped out of Its clay tenement with the breath of tho communion wine still on tho lips of tho frail perishable body Philip reverently raised time arm and laid It on the bed The sexton rose and while the tears rolled over his face he gazed long Into the counte nance of the son of his old master No division of race now no false and self ish prejudice here Come let the neighbors of tho dead come In to do tho last Bad offices to tho casket for tho soul of this disciple is In tho man sions of glory and It shall hunger no more neither thirst any more neither shall tho darkness of death ever again smite it for It shall live forever In the light of that Lamb of God who gave himself for the remission of sins and tho life everlasting Philip did what he could on such an occasion It was not an unusual event altogether He had prayed by many a poor creature in the clutch of tho last enemy and ho was familiar with his taco In the tenements But this particular scene had a meaning and left an Impression different from any ho had known before When finally ho was at liberty to go home for a little rest before the evening service bo found him self more than usually tired and sor rowful Mrs Strong noticed It as became In She made him lie down and urged him to glvo up his evening serv ice No no Sarah 1 cant do that I am prepared I must preach Ill get a nap and then Ill feel better ho saidMrs Strong shook her head but Philip was determined no slept a little ate a little lunch and when the tlmo of service came ho went up to the church again As his habit was just before the hour of beginning ho went Into the little room at the side ot tho platform to pray by himself When he camd out and began the service no one could nave told from his man Iner that he was suffering physically Even Mrs strong who was watching him anxiously felt relieved to SIC how quiet and composed he was He had commenced his sermon and had been preaching with great elo quence for ten minutes when bo felt a strange dizziness and a pain in his tide that made him catch his breath and clutch the side of tho pulpit to keep from falling It passed away and be went on It was only a slight hesitation and no one remarked anything out of the way For five minutes he spoke with Increasing power and feel ing The church was filled It was very quiet Suddenly without any warning he threw up his arms uttered a cry of half suppressed agony and then tell over backward A thrill of excitement ran through time audience For a moment no one mowed then ev cry one rose The men In the front pews rushed up to the platform Mrs Strong was already there Philips head was raised Philips old friend time surgeon was In the crowd and ho at once examined him He was not dead and the doctor at once directed the proper movement for his removal from time church As he was being car ned out Into the air he revived and was able to speak Take me home ho whispered to his wife who hung over htm In a ter ror as great as her love for him at that moment A carriage was called and ho was taken home The doctor re mained until Philip was fully conscious It was very warm and I was very tired and I fainted eh doctor First time I ever did such a thing In my life I am ashamed I spoiled time service Philip uttered this slowly and feebly when nt Inst he had recovered enough to know where he was Time doctor looked at him suspicious ly You never fainted before eh1 Well If I were you I would tnJto care not to faint again Take good care of him Mrs Strong He needs rest Mil ton could spare a dozen bad men like me better than one like the dominie Doctor cried Mrs Strong In sud Men fear what Is the matter Is this seriousNot at all But men like your husband arc In need of watching Take good care rf Mm Good ct of him Doctor be will not mind luI I wanted him to stay at home tonight but he wouldnt Then put a chain and padlock on IIn i and bold him Inl growled the 111 u lie prescribed a medicine U went away assuring Mrs Strong tInt Philip would feel much better In time morning The surgeons prediction came true Philip found himself weak the next day but able to get about In reply to numerous calls of Inquiry for the minister Mrs Strong was able to re itI that he was much better About 11 oclock when the postman called Philip was In his study lying on his lounge Ills wife brought up two letters One of them was from his old chum He rend that first lie then laid It down and opened time other At that moment Mrs Strong was called down stairs by a ring at the door When she had answered it she came up stairs again As she came Into the room she was surprised at the queer look on Philips face Without n word ho handed her the letter he tied Just opened and with time same look watched her face as she read It CHAPTER XVII The letter which Philip had received and which his wife now read was as follows Roy Philip Strong Putor Calvary Church Mil tonDear Sir and Brother lie seminary at Falnrlew has long been contemplating the addition to its professorship of a chair of sociology The lick of funds and the absolute necessity of sufficient endowment for such a chair have made It imposil bit hitherto for the trustees to make any definite moe In this direction A recent legacy of which you have doubtless heard has made the founding of this new professorship possible And now the truitcci by unanimous Tote hue united upon you u the man best Sited to fill this chair of sociolo a We have heard of your work In futon and know of It personally We are assured you are the man for this place We therefore tender you most heartily the position of professor ot sociolo gy at Falnrtew seminary at a salary of 2500 a year and a preliminary years absence either abroad or In this country before you begin actual labors with the seminary With this formal call on the part of the trustees goes the most earnest deiire on the part of all the profcsson of tho seminary who remember you In your marked undergraduate success M a student here You will meet with the most loving wel come and the seminary will be greatly strength ened by your presence In this new department We are la behalf of the seminary very cordlaUy yours Tin TRVSTZK Hero followed their names familiar to both Philip and his wife There was a moment of astonished silence and then Sarah said Well Philip thats what I call the finger of Providence Do you call it the finger of Prowl denco because it points the way you want to g01 asked Philip with a smile But hU face Instantly grew sober He was evidently very much ex cited by the call to Falrvlew It had como at a tlmo when ho was in a con dition to be very much moved by It Yes Philip replied his wife as she smoothed back his hair from his fore head It Iis very plain to mo that you have done all that any one can do here In Milton and this call comes just In time You are worn out The church Is opposed to your methods You need a rest and a change and besides this Is tho very work that you have always bad a liking for Philip said nothing for a moment His mind was In a whirl of emotion Finally ho said Yes I would enjoy such a professorship It is a very tempting call I feel drawn toward It And yethe hesitated Idont know that I ought to leave Milton just now Mrs Strong was provoked Philip Strong you have lived this kind ot life low enough All your effort ID Gal vary church are wasted What good have all your BertnoBsjdneit la all a vain sacrifice and the end will be de feat and misery for you Add to all this the fact that thla new work will call for the best and most Christian la bar and thatsome good Christian man will take It If you dontand I dont aePhlllp how you can possibly think of such a thing as refusing thla oppor tunity It certainly Is a splendid opportuni ty murmured Philip I wonder why they happened to pitch on me for the ptacer Thats easy enough Every one knows that you could fill that chair better than almost any other man Jn the countryV Do you mean by every one a little woman of the name of Sarah Tllskell Philip with a brief return of his teas inghabitNo 1 mean all tho professors and people In Fairview and all the thinking people of Milton and every one who knows you Philip Every one knows that whatever else you lack It Isnt brains Id like to borrow a few Just now though for Isecm to have lost most of mine Lend me yours wont you Sarah until I settle this question of the call1 No sir If you cant settle a plain question like this with nil your brains you couldnt do any better with the ad dition of the little I have Then you really think do you Sarah that I ought to accept this as the leading of the spirit of God and follow without hesitation Mrs Strong replied with almost tear fuUcarncstness Philip It seems to mo like the lean ing of tile hand Surely you have shown your wIlllPcnMs and your cocr agv and your sacrifice by your work here But your methods are distaste tul and your preaching has so far roused only antagonism Oh I dread the thought of this life for you another tiny It looks to me like a suicidal poi icy with nothing to show for It when you have gone through with It Philip spread time letter out on the couch awl his face grew more anti more thoughtful ns ho gazed Into the face of his wife and his mind went over the ground of his church experi once If only he was perhaps think lngIt only the good God had not given him so sensitive and fine tempered a spirit of conscientiousness He almost envied men of coarse blunt feelings of common Ideals of duty and service Ills wife watched him anxiously She knew It was a crisis with him At last he said Well Sarah 1 dont know but youre right Time spirit Is willing but the flesh Is weak The professor ship would be free from the Incessant worry and anxiety of a parish and then I might be just as useful In tho seminary ns 1 am here who knows Vho knows Indeed1 exclaimed Sarah joyfully At the same time she was almost crying She picked up the letter and called Philips attention to the clause which granted him a year abroad In case he accepted Think of that Philip Your dream of foreign travel can come true now That laIhlllp looked out of the window over tho dingy roof of a shed near by to the gloomy tenements that Is supposing I decide to accept Supposing I But you almost the same as said Oh Philip say you will Be reasonable This is the opportunity of a lifetime That1 true replied Philip You may not have another such chance as this as long aa you live You are young now and with every prospect of success in work of this kind It is new work of the kind you like You will have leisure and means to carry on Important experiments and Influence for life young men entering the ministry Surely Philip there Is as great opportunity for usefulness and sacrifice there as anywhere It must be that the will of God Is In this It comes without any seeking on your partYes Indeed I Philip spoke with tho only touch of pride he ever exhibited It was pride In the knowledge that ho was absolutely free from self glory or self seeking Then say you will accept Say you will Philip The appeal coming train the person dearest to him In all thoworld moved Philip profoundly He took the letter from her hand read It over carefully anti again laid It down on the couch fiou he said ftJJObD EIS1VIi flyw 5lOk a persasni ri- islgII MII nmall II Ii M Sarah I must pray ovcri t jaeeu a little time Yiju wllHavereaB arPhilip paused as his habit sometimes was and at that mpmcnt the peU fing and Jilre trong wept dowji afLrsV4a she went along she felt almost per suaded that Philip would yield Some thing of his tone seemed to Imply that the struggle in his mind was nearly ended Tho callers at the door were three men who had been to see Philip sev oral times to talk with him about the mill troubles and the labor conflict In general They wanted to see Philip Mrs Strong was anxious about the condition of Philips health Sue asked tIme men to come In and went up stairs againCan you see them 1 Are you strong enough she asked Yes tell them to come up I am comfortable now Philip was resting easily and after a careful look at bin Mrs Strong went down stairs To her surprise two of the men had gone Tho one who remained ex plained that he thought three persons would excite or tire the minister more than one He had staid and would not trouble Philip very long But the business on which he dame was of such an Important nature that he felt obliged to see the minister If bo could do so without danger to hIm So the man went up and Philip greeted him with his usual heartiness excusing himself for not rising The mon took a chair moved up near the couch and sat down He seemed a good deal excited but In a suppressed and cautious way 1 came to see you Mr Strong to tell you about a thjng you ought to know There Is danger of your life here Where asked Philip calmly Here In this neighborhood Well Philip waited for more explanation I didnt want to tell your wife for fear of scaring her but I thought you ought to know Mr Strong and then you could take steps to protect your self or get away Go on Tell me the worst said Philip quietly as tIme man paused Well the man went on In a low tone two others and me overheard a talk last night by the men who run the Star saloon and den down by tIme Falls They have a plan to waylay you rob you and Injure you sir and do It In such a way as to make It seem a common hold up They seemed to know about your habit of going around through the alleys and cross streets of the tenements We heard enough to make us sure they really and truly meant to deal foully by you the first good chance and we thought best to put you on your guard Tho rummies are down on you Mr Strong you have been so outspoken against them And your lecture in the hall hist week has made them mad I tell you They hate you worse than poi son for thats the article they seem to sell and make a living out of Philip holt the week before address ed n large meeting of workingmen and In tho course of his speech he had called attention to the saloon as one of tho greatest foes of the wage earnerIs aliT Philip asked All man alive Isnt It enough What more do you hanker after Of course I dont hanker after be lag held up or attacked but these men are mistaken If they think to frighten a CONTINUED There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years it was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fall- Ing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F I Cheney Co Toledo Ohio jgVonly constitutional curb on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucoUs surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for each case it falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 BfisTSold by Druggists 76a King out the oil ElnglatlmsMw RInK out Ute fa1M Rial the trM We bring to you the new and true trtilt icy forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natjirea most natural remedy Improved by ldence to a Pleasant Pcnnaaoat Positive ire for coughs colds and all Inflaaed MrfacM of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs an IKMU rated i thamlcrobfr bearing mucus Ila cut out the cause of that tickling Is retwved aad thetofaaed toenbranes are healed and soothed so that thais U no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUaCISTT mauls Only 2e OsjBiMl100 llze IaESURE YOU GET i lollsPIimTsrliisy Henderson Route iliTilli likems Sit Lat lI1 o- Tiaie Card IIs Effect June 18 1899 BAST HOUND I INo 4 Lfr4- oStIcels IvSV4fl 15p 2MamHendcrsuu3WBasketsI I J 21SpttsyiilelId 745 313 U 39StanlrauGrlfilhXlattingly 807 333 siPatesisallmn81Icon435IetrisaalIawhIIJror CaMeltoa It Tell Cllr 0 8Shop607Clonrport 520Addison62SamplPierce t021 631 643Veblter1161hnoiEkrun1110IJrandenburll617LongI Ittck lIayn 1129 640 680 Willow Dale 11 M 6 43 liowird 1143 652 645kcntuckyStettouilll Union UepAr 1235 m 745pm 7 Slain WEST noun 45VI t pmKentacky 918howardWillowdale iKRock94fEkron961Guaton967Irylniton1002Vebstet100SLodlbarr1ierce 943 707 1024StephenspoztAddison 103110C1 J03rloverport1046Shops1049SkUman1069Itawesyllie1t 111OS ror Canuehon Ten CII I IVI1042 8n 1049Kaloon 812 1119TewtspntWaliman 11 10 1133 1139latca58pmMsttlngly 921Slanle1216amVortblnglonHeads 1214 939 USnaketlt239Hendenon12MEvannlUMSU 720am In os 45 and 46 have rallman nutlet SleepJnrtara and elegant highback teat Pauennr Coaches through bMwetn LouUtflle Kvantnlle and St changeNos elegant highback seat Pass o eager Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville EvanivDle and St Louis without changeV elegsntCoaches loutchangEDGAR lULL 1 Traffic Manager Louisville iLy 11 r L1IIII SttIIL HvYI ForiJsvllle Brand TIME TAILENI IDi 44- IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE18 899 4 Weit Bound Trains Kasl Bound Train 1 a No8No6t STATIONS I No2t t No J Aol PM All PM 1050 615 LvIrvlagtonAr 9o1 645 i1113108 Garfield 881i sse 11 24 119 named 8 U 6 t011 1128 123 Junctlon 820 606 11 33 7 28 nardlnbarft 8 16 6 00411 40 7 M Juactton 810 4 66 t11 60 7 45 Kirk 8 01 4 HIi11 61 162 jolly 7 U 4 12 W 8 OC OIeaelean 7 42 4 27 111 Aif 12 14 8 09 Dempster 730 4 12 SO 8 Z Fall or I1oach 7 16 4 16t12 O 845 Dempster 667 12 MIllO odnle 6 N a M r 100 SM Ruth 648 a 105 9 00 AskIns eu s 1 13 II 08 Oak II 36 a 1 20 9 15 Ar fordivifle LY 630 3 SIIIIII PM AM DailyTrains 4uand 44 connect ot Irvlogton with i Trains Not 3 and c for points on FordsvOI branch i TraInI3 and run dally Trains Nos a snd Iconnect atirytngton with MaIn Line trains 14J1 LOUISVILLE EYANSYILE MAIL dOIncorporated I Fast Passenger and Freight SteamersV TARASCON TELL CITY E G EAGON ROSE HITE AND j BELLEVUE THROUGH RATES to Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and 4Upper Ohio River otherinformation GEO H WILSON Superintendent 0 E iYDESSGPandPAgent 8villeXy SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FIRITICK QuickTime CloM Connection LtiwRal 1 ap4-II GREGORY CO I iOIjUBmPiSaMi Lath SkIsee LIais ICeasat HyIII4xed Feed rertWl Sit Wss L L JIetIsrt 4- C w t 5 t y p va pQ 7- 1 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY Y APRIL 4 1900 3L FRIENDSOF Will Attend The SwineBreeders J1 Association At Irvington April 10th 1THE SCORE PENA IMPORTANT FEATURE i A few years ago some of our enter prising farmers seeing the great advan tage to the farmers of Kentucky by an improvement of their swine met at Louisville anti organized what is known as the Kentucky Swine lireeders Aeso ciation Prior to the organization of rR this Association there was very little at tendon paid to the improved breeds of swine in Kentucky As a result of this fact we were last falling behind and be- Ing outstripped bv states not half so well 1 1adopted to the prpductlon of all kinds of fine stock Our money was continually flowing Northward for every hoof of im proved stock as well as all kinds of seed and machinery and in almost every in I I InI ducing at home The object of this Association is aim 2 ply to promote the interests of the farm jw of the great state of Kentucky by en nftraglng a greater interest in the- mprovement of our swine In view of t this fact the Association holds two meet rngo annually one in the fall and the other in the spring and the subjects die cussed at these meetings are of prime importance to the breeders and feeders of swine I navekdetTotonef of these meetings being held In any neighborhood where it was n6t productive of good results It rill have m tendency to + promote the interest of all kinds of im provedstock and will cast an influence in our county that will live and be ben eficial for many sears to come Why fa it my fellow farmers that we continue to toil labor and struggle from one endof the year to the other and put forth every sport in our power to increase the yield of our crops buying the most costly and latest Improved ma chinery and burdeningonrselvesin many cases by so doing in order to brine about the best possible results and then in the end waste onehalf if not more of our labor and feed br allowing an inferior animal to consume the products of our toll Is it not Just as Important to have the but seed to plant the best land to cultivate and the beatyield of trope The swine crop is thiS best paving crop we have on Our farms It is therefore then very important to have a breed that will y 5 produce and return to us the very best results for the labor that we have bo stowed in securing the beet trope of feed for them Kentucky was made famous rimany years ago by her fast horses and iI fine cattle It Is our healthful clhpate and the superior quality of soil that enables f us to produce feed of a superior qual ity and this feed haying been consumed by well bred stock has brought about the hcsrfki oUts environments The stock that a i man keeps on his farm reflects the char aeter of farmer that bell You tell mo about a mans rum or bis stock and hie r annerofatteufilJlCtothemaud I will 1 Indicate to a very correct degree atae I Ucurac the character of farmer that be J w thniAeeociationwt Id 1000 An excellent program of sub I L Jbeta to be dltcnried has been arranged for this occasion and the local committee i OB arraogemeatH bus succeeded in rock lug all necessary arrangements for the Jjeemfort and convenience of the meeting SCTothiogrematna to tx done sow but for i andit and make thin menlng thH most success lOt one in the history of the Alloclatlon Another very important tf atnre of the meeting will bn the sour pen A few choice BpecimHus nf tin different breeds will be on haulI to be scorn and the bad 4 points as well as thu good ones picked out and critics d and commented on The lessons to be learned br and the i benefits to be derived from such lessons will be ample compensation for the tfmeI lost at hone A meeting of this kind is hound to be of great benefit to the farmers of this section of theHut and DO other section will receive ao much benefit from this meeting u tbejarmers of Breckenridge and Meade counten I hope to see the loealattendancn at this meeting la- rge4and the Internet manifested that the- ca deaeiWH Mr Editor I know you are crowded for space but one thonghf more and this infliction will tease When the Lord wasted the chlldivn of Israel delivered he selected MOMS to lead them and Mos I A F d mm obejed hie request When the plague j 4tKeeee held up his hands sad pray l ed and the plague ceased and when I + I upbeeIp t Bat when the people helped Moses to bold ahLatlH the plague eewed yaps Xfimtri 61f BreekeBrldge and KMa OoomtleB yoU have always been t + fl friends to progress will you not lend your presence on this occasion Come to Lrvingtoo on April 10th and help the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association to hold up its bands August Flower It In a surprising fact says Prof Houton that in my travels in all parts of the woi Id for the lest ten years I have met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver and stomach and for constipation I find for tourists and raletmtu or for persons filling tfllce potitloor where headaches and general bad freliDyal hone irregular habits exit that Greens August Flower is a arand r medy It does not injure the system by frequent use and is ex cellent for pour stomachs and indiges tion Sample bottles free at A It FkhtrV Sold by dealers in all civilized coun tries Value olConaoIslilpi Young man said a noted Illinois congressman In the house restaurant at the capitol when you get a chance to be a consul for the United States select a smoky city one where there are many factory chimneys Do not to for the fashionable capitals Leave them for the cmbassadors Go where the nlr Is murky for there business IIs lively and many a consignment Is sent to the United States This means fees and fees mean a good Income for thu consulIn course of his chat the con gressman made the general statement that consuls who arc making the most money from fees are the quietest most unassuming uncomplaining employees of the government They doHiot sot up claims for a salary Instead of fees he said Oh no but like the wise boy whore tile raspberries arc thick they let the world forget so far as possible that they are on earth Let a consular office be changed from the fee to the salary system and it at once becomes alluring to u voracious lot of I nsplunnts Some ono finds out per haps that the political support of this particular consul is weak and then In fluence Is used and soon there Is a changeOne of the most profitable consul ships Is that of Liverpool The salary Is 0000 but the fees bring tho emolu ments up to several times that amount and a generation ago the Income of the consul at Liverpool was 50000 a year This has been reduced by abolishing fees Plttsburg Dispatch That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 eta Money back if not cured Sold by Short Haynes Druggists The Kentucky Mountaineer There are no more strikingly Interesting people In America than these isolated mountaineers who make their homes generation after generation among tho fastnesses of the eastern section of the dark and bloody ground The waves of civilization which swept westward along the Bt Lawrence the Erie canal and a dozen other routes seem to have found at this point In the Appalachians an insur mountable barrier and rolled back leaving the descendants of the pioneers of a century and a half ago with many of the same habits and customs and traditions dear to the hearts of their forefathersA knows the whole country as a child does his first picture book told me that If any person took the trouble to go ifer Ufjt a espy of MxaM fMtr tad pfefc iftt Alt W IItewordy be would find nearly all of them in common use among these mountain folk In their phraseology wo find help for help hit for It and other words which far from being cor ruptlens are the pure old AngloSaxon Even their ballads are memories of ages gone by and I know of one man who after riding 200 miles through the mountains for the purpose finally pick ed up from hearing the women sing them the full 13 verses of an old Scotch ballad which proved to bo Iden deal with those recorded in a diary bearing the date 1003 International Magazine One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cough Children all like It writes HN Will- Iams Geutryville Ind Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives Immediate results Curls coughs colds hoarseness croup pneumonia bronchi tis and all throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption A R Fisher Morn to rib Advantage Dicky peoylel should live to help anotherYes but Id get moro pie It youd let me help myself Chicago BecordAccording to the ancient practice of oriental monarchs the Chinese emperor rewards those who bring him good news and punishes those who bring hIm bad news Nearly every person needs a tonic medl sine at this time of year to brace up and nvlgorate the nervous system to dense the bowels liver and kidneys HER BINE is the beet and safest remedy to lo this as It will care constipation regu late the liver and enrich the blood Price 50 cents The Rabbit Will Net Exhaust The descendants of two rabbits Ila tan- reeve will number TOiOOOOOO A Piece of rue Lack The discovery of the famous Trojaa mine In Calnveras county Cat Is curi ous ns M Illustration of pure luok ant doubtless has heartened many a dla couniged miner In January 1805 Henry BccUcr a German nod John L Trimmer a Connecticut man two poor ragged discouraged wining prospectors went Into the mountains of Cala versa county to cut oak wood fort fuel They expected to make something like ft30 or jO each per mouth during tho Winter by tho sale of the wood They made their home In nil old abandoned miners cabin A heavy fall 5f snow hadIcovered the ground to the depth of two or more feet One day the two men bullta great bonfire of brush The heat melted the snow and left an area of hot earth Becker determined to make an oven out of the hot ground and securing a haunch of deer neat he began tho digging of n hole In which to bake ft At the depth of two feet be came upon a bed of rock Ha had been a prospector too long to resist the temptation of examining the rock and ac cordingly before placing tho meat In the hole he broke off a piece of the rockThen after the venison was burled and roasted he examined the broken bit of rock carefully by the light of his cabin candle To his very great aston ishment It proved to be what miners call live rock assaying SGOO to the ton For several months IJecker and Trim mer kept their great find a secret In the meantime gathering Information concerning the dip angle and length and breadth of their nosy discovered ledge Within a year from Its disco cry this mine had trade Decker and Trimmer rich Philadelphia Tines A Horrible Outbreak Of large sores on my little daughter head developed into a care of scald heed writes 0 D Isbill of Morganlon Tenn but Bucklena Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Teer Stlt Kuum Pimples Sores Ulcer i nnd Piles Only 253 at Short Haynes The SlmrUn Month N doubt the sharks mouth Is placed so much beneath the projecting mui zle under which also the nostrils lie tlfct It may serve its proper purpose In the best way In all records of the habits of the fish we arc told that It can and does bite out large chunks of flesh from tho dead bodies of whales and even from living victims of Its at tacks and It Is easily seen that If Its mouth was like that of other fishes the necessary leverage would he lacking A further reason seems to be that the shark by this peculiar position of Its mouth Is compelled to turn upon Its back to strike and Is thus ablo to de liver Its onset from below with more deadly effect This formidable strength of jaw Is backed up by a most terrible array of teeth of which In some species there are as many as six rows all around Each tooth Is saw edged and pointed and some of tho largest arc as much as two Inches In breadth at the base These lie flat against the jaws and can be raised by separate muscles at will so that as the shark darts upon Its prey they spring on end as a cats claws are stuck out from Its paws Thlii arrangement will not allow any thing once bolted to return so that a sharks mouth Is a veritable death trap Cincinnati Enquirer Palsy fIn the Back A B Farrlngton Constanta N Y aays I was troubled several years with kidney disease and suffered severe pains in the back I used Foley Kidney Cure and one bottle cured me I recom nfend it to my friends It bas given perfect satisfaction Take no substl tal9 hhibttifJld Owdp w Prrr of a Bonbrette The people who lire In stagehand have the strangest ways I sat In a box In one of the theaters one evening and I could see Into the wings on the prompt side of the stage A comic opera waa on and I saw one of the leading women come and take her stand there In the wings waiting for her cue I could see her quite plainly and I watched her with curiosity won dering iff she were not cold In the tights and thin gauze of her scant costume The comedian began tho long speech the last word of which was to call heron She bowed her head her lips moved and thrice she made the sign of the cross with a devoutness which loft no room for doubt that she was actually praying An Instant later she had frisked out on the stage with a laugh and a dance step and a wink that was anything but pious Nobody seeing her could have dreamed that just the moment before she was actually pray Ingrpraying tor guidance In her work praying for strength to succeed as earnestly and with Just as much faith and reverence as IIf shewell as If she were anything In the world but a dancing girl in a comic opera Washington Post Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich samI suffered a long time with dy spepsia lost flesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure complete ly cured me It digests whatvoh eat and cures all forms of stomach troubles It never falls to give immediate relief in the worse CII8IIAR Fisher Life In alIln Where is my folding piper t dont know James but the fold Ing matches are on the folding mantel piece Chicago Record Each day in the year the owners of slot machines In New York city pur chase 1000 pound of chocolAte with which to fill the machines la the teaching days ft oat free Jl to 16 to go troD Perk to Lottdefi Fur Apart Did They LiveI IUoI was at the capItol one day said a ton lawyer In attendance upon n committee having In charge a bill In which my clients are Interested On the long leather covered settee near me two southern members were smok lug and conversing The following words were jotted down by me ver batim 43lajah I was down among youh people Inst summer and I wanted to find Ucnal Bloods plantation but I got air my road Where does he live from youh place uiajnli Why colonI lie lives near me a right smart piece south on the river Does he live a right smart smart piece or a right smart right mnnrt piece south majaliI- Well It Isnt as far as either of those pieces just a right smart piece colonl Then that must be the reason I missed It I went too far around the river bend Now these gentlemen understood each other beyond a doubt But what I want to know Is how many mllcr was It from the majors plantation to the generals And for the life of me I cant solve the question It haunted me BO that I stumbled two or three times when subsequently making my argument before the committee of which these two members formed a part Washington Star Perfect digestion is the only founda tion for perfect health The food we eat makes all the blood we have which in turn feeds every nerve muscle and tissue in the body HEUBINE quickens the appetite side digestion gives tone and vigor to all the functions and insures good health Price 50 cents Sapphire Nut All nine It Is commonly liellevei that the sapphire Is known only ns a gem of n rich velvety blue In color observed an experienced denier In precious stones to the writer the other day As a matter of fact the sapphire occurs In various hues In Ceylon for Instance where the fiuest specimens of this gem are found It ranges from the soft vel rely blue to the peacock blue gradu ated In tho latter to nn almost faultless white It also occurs In whites greens nnd yellows the latter shade being known us the oriental topaz and the green the oriental emerald The white sapphires arc often found clouded or streaked with blue so that many specimens are cut which are white when looked nt transversely but having n bit of One blue tint on the un der point Then there Is the red sapphire or Ceylon ruby It Is valued as highly as the finest Burmese rubles Thoset most highly prized arc of rich pigeon blood or rose red color Some very One sapphires have been found In Montana during the past ten years The American gems are light blue blue green green and pink but the deep blue and red stones which nre chiefly In demand as jewels have so far never been discovered In any part of this country Washington Star It takes but a minute to overcome tick slug in tbe throat and to stop a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure This remely quickly cures all forms of throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleaaantto take It prevents consumption A famous specific for grippe and ta alter effectsA R Fisher A tilt of the Colonial Ezekiel loved Mercy madly but It was necessary since they were colonial to be very quaint about it Wilt thou come and bake my bread I asked Ezekiel accordingly No replied Mercy with candor for I shall not need thy dough1 From this wo gather that Mercy was somewhat rich in her own right De trolt Journal Tk 4 1eColor HOgan There Is wan thing about a black eye that Is daclnt thrttHoganIt It goes Indianapolis Press Mr J Sheer Sedalla Mo saved his CnreIup croup Its an infallible cure for coughs colds grippe pneumonia broncbltisand throat and lung troubles Relieves at onceA R Fisher The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist 011 The Discoverer of SwaivUot at W rk la Eta Laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this deceptivebyItheartkidneydlseuevance the kidneypoisoned bloodwllf attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the1 albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Brlrhti Disease the worst form of kidney rouble Dr Kilmers Swamp loot tpe new dIs- covery U the true specific or kidney bladder and urinary jroubiee1It his cured thousands hailedlAtdrdglstsinfiftycentind SwampRoott Dr Kilmer Co Btngharnton N Y and mention this paper CANCER oM PlastersSurgical operations and flesh destroying plasters are useless painful and dangerous and besides never cure Cancer fot1LDocsI blood trouble by cutting or burning out the sore which after all is only an outward sign of the disease a place of exit for the poison 1 Cancer runs in families through many generations mid those whose ancestors have been afflicted with it are liable at say time to be stricken with the deadly malady Only Blood Diseases can be Transmitted One Generation to Another further proof that Cancer is a disease of the blood curetCancerS S S enters the circulation starches out and removes all taint and stops the forntation of cancerous cells No mere tonic poisonallowingA little pimple a harmless looking wart or mole Q lump in the breast a cut or bruise that refuses to heal under ordinary treatment should all be looked upon with suspicion as this is often the beginning of a bad form of cancer 31ra Sarah SL KeeMIna 941 Windsor Are Brittot Teen writes i I ofCIIneI ndthat1 ccrl druglrial ndIn1 I myppellleIOur medical department is in char c of physicians of long uexperience who are especially skilled m trcaung Cancer and other bloodses Witte for anY advice information wanted we make no charge whatever for this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC MMPANY ATLANTA GA I Ior 11 Send us your THIS PAPER FARM JOURIII ONE YEAR I NAL 5 YEARS PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE We want to net 1000 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do It if wo can we therefore continue our arrangement with the Farm Journal by which we can send Tint BRKCKENRIDOB NEWS and the Farm Journal 5 years both for 100 And we make the same offer to all aid subscribers who will pay all arrearages and one year in advance Yon know what our paper Is and the Farm Journal IH a cem practical pro gressive a clean honest useful paper full of gumption full of sunshine with an immense circulation among the best people everywhere You ought to take it NOTICE i We are going to sund you soon a sam pIe copy of the Farm Journal free and let it speak for itself Lookout for it EstimatesFurnished Furnishedon High Grade Printing At this Office- CONTRACTOR HWtf1 PAINTER Estimates Furnished on all Wor- k4PAINTINGleGuaranteed to be Strictly FirstClass For further information address JaHI WILLETT CLOVERPORT KY LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine r 8amlllon6J8SI Pre winning Poland Chit holt living r dead- CllDOdore Sampson is a duplicate of hicele brated sire and we can truthfully say without countrtbatbredhoRWe sell no show records nut we can sell aged sows gilts boars ready for service spring and fall slaw that will pUtM you Cbtap for quality of Callonoraddrsss Q AFOOTE SON- irvlagton Ky GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insuranoe Den Policies for least money la Life Fire Tor Dado and Accident Insurance BKANDHNBUnO KY PENNYROYAL PILLS erleli a4 edsad-e se rotas es uk- onei M Llkaa AI1a Du ea4 ltre 4 I K4eM 414 ww eta u seas Olti JVrw M- xwn1AMMW rw direaassI OMNbO1M76We Pa I Cannot be Cut Out Removedwith from order sss KKKXXXKK 40QO00OO4 0 0 0 0 THE BRECKENRIDGENORMAL HARDINSBURG KY First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary 175 per month Scientific S3 20 per month Intermediate 2 fiO Olnsslirrtl 320 Preparatory I 20 II Music 3 50 n Teachers 3 20 Hoard SI 75 to U 25 per week For further Information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B 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items to our column gain GOVERNOR GENERAL and Mrs Wood are the parents of a little Cuban g1r born March 29th at tbe palace in hay ana This fis tbe first child of a Govern or General ever born in Cuba AFFAIRS at Frankfort are not setlle vet The big reward ottered by tbe Democratic party for the discovery and conviction of Uoebels murderer Is make ing the confessional most popular rite G A FOOtE and D C Heron are doing much to ensure the success of the Swine Breeders Association These men have the interest of the county at heart and if the farmers of this county and adjoining ones will take thel advice and attend this meeting they will be wiser and richer in the long run OWING to an unfortunate accident IIn our pressroom wu are unable to publish an account of the meeting of Democrats at Hardinsburg last week to effect are organization of the party In this county and to make arrangements for an or gan Just before going to piers the gal ley containing this article was dropped and thu type was jiltd IT Is only a few weeks now until the local option election in the first and etc ond precincts and it behooves the tern perance ptople to continue their crusade more earnestly than ever The whiskey people have been at work vigorouslY and have greatly influenced the floating vote since the December election Tin thinking element needs no electioneer ing They can tee the right and wrong for themselves and if influenced by pure motives will vote for the right It is the crowd of followers the men who take the example of a man who needs them in his power as a criterion and who are wrought upon by a demagogue who needs them no longer thau the campaign lasts and who will turn lila back upon them In distress and trouble these weak and blind men are the Ones to be influenced for tbe right Live right and you will vote right Vote right then live righ- tRAYMOND Weddings now are all the go John D Carter Is on the sick list Watch the NEWS ntxt week for Im ortant news Mrs Sallle Norton is visiting Mre Shaw thlg week We are sorry to hear of Mre Taylor aahama illness Miss Head spent Wednesday night with Miss Dolly Claycomb Mrs J F Claycomb and baby Byron spent Monday with Mrs Wm Head Walker Board of Holt was visiting frlends and telatiyee here last week Meters Christie Best and Valentine trodes went to Stephensport Sunday Judge A M Pulllam was in this vicln ity last week writing fire Insurance Mrs Mary Adklsaon commences her private school this morning Monday Messrs Len Cashman and J E Mercer went to Hatdlnsburg last week on asinesa Joe ansi John Mtrcer of Ljonia spent a few days last week with J E Mercer and family Miss Myrtle Deacon spent Saturday nlgbt and Sunday with Misses Nellie and Annie Grant Mr and Mrs John Avltt spent Satur dav night and Sunday with Mr and- MfII Dick Coomee Jlmmle Avitt and sis Ollie spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mire Ada Avitt of Sugar Tree Run J F Claycomb has returned home Irqm Ohio county where he has been lor two weeks writing fire insurance Mrs Tom Beard and Mrs Har ln- spent Thursday afternoon with Mr Jun Ius Ater who is very ill of consumption Dr J W Meador and wife spent a lew days last week with Mrs Mercer and Mrs J F Claycomb Dr Meador was enroute tojthe Holy Land Ills wife accompanied him as far as Louisville Popular In Ills District Hon Ed Kelly of liawesvllle one 01- the cleverest and smoothest lawyers In- that town was in this city Friday on islnese If Mr Kelly desires it be can be elected prosecuting attorney for his strict whenever theres one to be osen He says if we need any votes to assist in electing Philip Zoercher Hancock County is ready with several mdred Were all right Eddont Meed em Cannelton Telephone BRANDENBURG Watch the News next week for important news Will McGhee is here for a holiday We are always glad to see Will Miss Maydee Fussy will entertain the reading club Thursday afternoon- If inconsistency were a jewel moet people would be a cluster of brilliants Elvlce Wimp and Beal Grinnellspec Sunday with George Frymlro and Orb Woolfolk The XV will hold Its next after noon meeting with Misses Mary and BeM Lewis Mrs 0 C Fairleigh baa returned Iron a visit to her daughter Mrs Kadley of Jefforeonvllle Mre Fletch Denton who has been a resident of this place since 1852 is very ill of pneumonia A party from here will go up to eee Joseph Jefferson In Rip Van Winkle Saturday night at MaCauleys I had rather see Joe Jefferson as mar when he lectures for tbe Newsboy Home than as actor on the stage I have never yet heard of a subject I was afraid to express myself on nor eeei a biped that could intimidate me Henry Nevitt Is practicing with his preceptor Dr Burch Experience iis more than theory Henry realizes it Mr and Mrs Ernest Bishop have re turned from their bridal trip and are at Mr and Mrs Bishops suburban home A good many of the pupils and all of the teachers of Brandenburg Normal at tended the Association at Highland last Saturday Miss Louise Babbage lies a handsome Kurlzmann piano and does her teacher Mrs Capt Roland great credit in play- Ing and singing We have formed a small congenial party for the May Festival to hear Nor dlca Wednesday night and to attend the Matinee the same afternoon MIBtB Bettie Clarkson and Lulu Woolfolk will leave for Elzabethtowr tills week Miss Virginia Rhodes will be found at the telephone exchange to insurer the Lullos Mr and Mre Chae Falrlelgh have sold their home in Paducah and will make their home in Covington Ky They were here last week to s Te Judge 0 0 Fairleigh and wife Mrs D M Duncan has returned from a two weeks stay with Mrs II N Duncan who is nicely and conven iently domiciled in her pretty new home with a fine view of the river I didnt stay near long enough in Cloverport Jennie New sam my kind friend of girlhood day and I had only begun to erect our altar of the past and place fond memories on it Misses Ada Brown and lone Dowden have been in tbe city for the last week talc ing items in late millinery and laying In a large ctock of beautiful goods Opening lay is every day and they are at your lervici s with prices to suit everbody Mrs J D Hardin Mrs W F Grin nell Mr A 0 Burton and several of his roung men teachers his pulpits will RO to Louisville to see Joe Jefferson Jr Burton takes the same stand that Wellesley College does that the drama vhen pure Is a literary aid So it is In the big boxing tournament scheduled for Music hell April Oth Dan Rich rdson of the YM 0 A will be in the bllti gymnastic exhibition The contest rill be warm because of Dans known ibility Dan is a Brandenburg boy and re hope he will get the medal for the best boxer Messrs Coleman andObllds have greatly Improved the old mill on beautiful Doe Run and will have it ready by June as summer resort A large party will be town from New Albany and Louisville at the opening and will meet a party om Brandenburg A piano and a musician engaged to play in the evening willI be an attraction Fine sulphur water excellent table and beautiful jenery I have converted a number of people to my beliefprohibition Please dont tallt and quote local option to me and- vote the Republican or Democratic ticket Inconsistency I I have no patience wltb it Talk prohibition Down liquor at the polls Make it a national question Make it an illegitimate business instead of a legitimate business and then while you are talking local option dont lose your Christianity I never like to be disappointed in a Irlend I have always considered Mr R III Neyltt possessed of a well trained mind accompanied by a broad spirit So when I heard he had quit the News I- went immediately to him and asked lor- an explanation feeling that a difference Ini political points could not bias him- His explanation showed that only since- his return from Dallas his paperhad failed to come So Mr Editor you are in fault We all want what pertains to us to do- ai credit to throw luster upon us Most ofr us are so selfish that we even want our conversation to be with those whose Interests are as ours politically and s0 cially Mr Nevitt is more like Carlyle he yields wisely to others all that he claims for himself Send the News right abead to R H Nevitt Brandenburg Ky Miss Grace Drinkwater who baa been vlaltlng at Tobinsport has returned to Binis Point Mo where she has a school i = = lIe saw the hole in the sack when he was filling itBut it was such a little hole that lie thought it wouldnt mat ter Out of that little hole he lost his grain while taking it to marketIts waywith the health None are M nf can small leak but lifeI fI Ive got a little touch of indigestion says one man Another sa1IfI my stomach feels a little out of sorts It is just such little things which if neg lected mean the total loss of health The one medicine for disorders and diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It increases the activity of the whole digestive and nutritive system clears away obstruc tions stops the loss the body sustains by undigested or partly dlgcstrd food purl tics the blood from the poisons resulting from imperfect digestion and increases the secretions of the blood making Discoveryhascalled hopeless cases Mr Thai II Uuilailll of Henry Lincoln Co lcciayi After having suffered from Inaction of the liver and all the troubles usually attending such a condition for over twenty rears und hay lug deluged my system with flOOds of medicine from every available source and being only tenpoiarfly benefited thereby I applied to your lntttutlon for treatment You Instructed me to take a course of Vr Pierce Golden Medical Dis covery which I am now doing Although un able to strictly follow direction I have derived more actual benefit from the few bottles I have taken no far than from all the other remedies togetherAllow me to thank you for your prompt and courteous attention to my case as well as for the good received from it I Rich and Poor Do those who denounce the rich mere ly for ths possession of riches wish us to assume that ability should be given other reward Shall the capable rise to the top or the Incapable Should the strong govern us or the weak How shall we dis tinguish the fit except by the success achieved along the lines of effort that most commend themselves to the ma jority of our fellowcitizens The failures spend their time In attacking the suc cessful shall we accept the failures as our leaders 7 To us it seems that failures can only leave us in the predicament they have reachedthey are the trapped foxes who ask us to give up our tails that we may belike them Let us remember that in the fable the wise foxAs refused to sacrifice their caudal appendages to gratify the selfesteem of the minority Florida TimesUnion Judge Hennlng Dead Judge William Henning age 70 died at his home in Cannelton Ind Tuesday March 27th lie was a prominent lawyer of that city and a member of the Odd Fellow lodge prepares body strain upon aymmetry FRIEND obviates thO DERBY IND Plenty cf sickness here Paul Mitchell went to Dexter Friday The wedding bells are menlly ming H C Hargi who has been sick iIs Improving jMaster Johnnie Jarrett has been on the tick liit- Henry Baker rind John HcFall aper Thursday in Oanneltou Thero is new store in town Bill Martin Is the proprietor Frank Yates school at Badger tchcx house closed last Thursday tJ888 Goldie Harper who has been III for sometime 111Improving William Bryant and family expect to move to the country Tuesday Miss Nannie Baker spent Sunday with her friend Miss Susie McGinty Mr and Mrs Allen were the guests of Mrs Sallie Jarrett Tuesday afternoon Master George Logsdon his returned home from Tell City where he has beer visiting Misses Addle Arnie and Mary B Bryant were the guests of their cousin Mies Lena Baker Thursday evening Victor McCoy has left here for Car ruthersville Mo and many of hill asso elated mourn the loss of their friend Watch the NEWS next week for Im portaht news New Postage Stamps The new postage stamp book will on sale May 1 The postmasters have received word to that effect There books will be in three elzet one containing twelve twocentfstamps to sell for twenty five cents one having twentyfour twc cent Dtamps to sell for fifty ctnts one haying fortyeight twocent stamp to sell for one dollar A page will contain six stamps The books are of convenient pocket sin and the stamps are prevented from sticking together by parafine paper The books sell at one cent additional on the cost stamps for each twelve stamps This is to pay for the cost of the books Elizabetbtown News Watch the NEWS next week for 1m portent news Fralze The Next Hostess The Ladles Heading Clnb was nleaaant ly entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs Mollie Hambleton assisted by Miss Maria Watkins A new book A Double Thread war begun Mrs Frank Fraize will b the hosteaaol this club tomorrow afternoon DeWltts Little Early Risers purify he blood clean the liver invigorate the votem Famous liver pills for conetl- lioo and liver troubles A R Figber a 94 tTHE TURNPIKE INN VISVritten lor the Breckenrldge News h Slowly the night is setting in Sinking the embers redder glow This lonely place and shrieking wind s 4 4 Call up the scenes ol years ego 4 4 1 8seethe old grey Turnpike Inn 1 4 The guests alighting at the door 4Whose walls first seen in the distance dim 43 Were as a beacon on the shore f4 4 With supper oer came mirth ands ngj tOb how the hours would slip away I 4 4 What pleasure then the nights were long t Nor ceased the revel ere the east was grey r 4 4 4 tThen there came a faster day 4 3 A long white road across the sky 4 4 It doomed the old house to decayf 4 tNeath smoke and steam they pass it by 1 4 4Lonely he wanders oer the ground 4 4 01 his boyhood days then free from cares 4 tOftpausing to hear the rumbling sound 4 4 4 01 the stage coach that passed with the years 4 4 4 Thus old and alone the keeper waits 4 tAndthinks of his patrons and other daje t 4 4 Helongsfor the sounds of revelry late 44 4 It broke his heart so ends his days t4 14 Deserted strange stories are told of the Inn 44 4 The traveler at nightnow hurries by 4 A shutter swings and creaks day and night in the wind 4 44And the birds of night lend it their plaintive cry 44- II Neath the windows the roses are choked to the ground 4 44 No more is beard the far bugle call 44 tAnd from the tall dark weeds comes hissing sound I4 As each gust sweeps them down on the wall 44 44 The oaks sighing a requiem like sentinels stand 4 4- I tTbeliving among the dead 4 8 Awaiting the return and touch of a friendly hand t- t And the old familiar tread 44 4 So lonely the place as it sleeps neath the moons cold beams 4II 3 8 One is touched with a sense of mystery deep and untold 3 A sense of strange sweet quiet and once busy scenes 4 48Marks it all and awaits the voice of a soul 4 4 84 GEO GBTZENUANNKR 4 4 4 Cloverport Ky 4 4 4 8 4 44444444444444444444 4444444444 44444444S Shapely Married Women Every woman covets a ihapcly pretty figure sod many of them deplore the loss a their girlish bern after marriage The bearing of children Iis veey destructive to the mother shapeliness This can be avoided however by the use of MOTHERS PUBND before babcomes as thla scientific lini ment the for the it ana preserves the of form MOTHERS alto II 1 w ft hItIh nI nrtt OsNClant chi a be Mrs a Mothers tlantaGcorglaFriend l 00 L Too Busy j i To do much newspaper talking but we are ready for I i your wants with the most complete stock of I I All Over Laces Easter Ties j v I 1 Hamburg and Swiss Embroideris r I Drew Selby Cos I Fine Shoes and Oxfords Mens and Boys Clothing 1 Hats and Furnishing Goods l J and our prices are always less than any one else in this Itl lor any other part of the country I 1Tryus once and you will call again I I THE FAIR I I i I CLOVERPORTS LEADING ONE PRICE STOREJ rOO1 t Q l Light Binders Mowers Headers Rakes No Equal Construction THE PLANO FLYWHEEL ATTACHMENT 1 rJ Is furnished with the Jones Lever BIrider It1sIIa most valuable attachment because The FlyWheel causes a binder to work with even steady motion over rough uneven ground The FlyWheel causes a bundle to bound tightly without checking the motion of the machine The FlyWheel causes a binder to run lightly over soft or wet ground where it would otherwise mire down The FlyWheel causes a binder to remain in motion while turning a corner The FlyWheel causes a bundle to be bound and discharged after the team stops leaving the sickle and canvases absolutely clean THIS VALUABLE ATTACHMENT IS FURNISHED ONLY WITH THE JONES LEVER BINDER The Jones Lever Binder has the simplest knotter in the world and it has onehalf less pieces than its simplest rival It is the most perfect in the world Farmers it Pay You to See this Machin We handle all the brands of Highgrade Fertilizers for Tobacco Corn Wheat and Potatoes Steam Threshers Boilers Saw- Mills 4 and Engines Mill Feed Cycle Grinders Etc r BATES MILLING COMPANY McQUADY KENTUCKY r iSpring MillineryMy and ready for inspection The entire line embraces all the newest designs New Hats Bonnets Tam 0Shanters Sailors Walking Hats The nobbiest assortment o- fRibbons and Plumes the people of Stephensport opportunityCome while the stock is i yourSpring Mrs Ella Wellington Stephensport Ky L w Prospects Are Good Thomas Blythe if bo operates the llv ery stable in Hardinaburg was in town a few hours last Wednesday Mr Ely the Is much elated over the increase of his business and eldThe out look for all branches of business is encouraging the farmers are working harder and this is an evidence of good times com ing Watch the NBWS next week for Important news TFOR SAtE CLover Leaf- Fertilizer FOR CORN AND TOBACCO- A1 L OELZE CLOVERPORT KY Aa Ideal Absorbent We have a muck swamp some four or five acres in extent lying ut the back of our farm It is covered with a light woody growth Thefirat Din Iii some what rooty soddy and boggy Below this the mUCk has afiqe black consistency shading off to gray or brown Below the first Ola it Is easily cut with a sharp poin ted shovel and when dried and weather ed pulverizes to a floe power making an ideal absorbentE E Birge Fair field Co Ot lunn- ingPLANO s S Hay Have E In Have No Equal In the Field FAMOUS be Will leading Flour l IITheCandyj i She Likes llHandMadtt MadeII I Cocoanut Creams I 1 1 1Nut Creams i 1 jit jI1 I1 1 1 Send your orders to 4 Ii ADDIE LOUISE BABBAGE KVJt Cloverport c T It Helps Us H 0 Lake from Rock vale writes an encouraging letter M he renews his b Bcrlptlon He admi1es the broad Mirit And progressive attitude of his eeuDtY iL libthat 4 A RaVMMI ApfetKc In three hews time aa JfeM TI14 lad eolorri boy ate Mv jtt7 fM and fifty three oranges sad di of ants It Is sold his In- exhat1ble d one D i g J r g fiI a i 0 d li 11 8tI baJ 1 eo Ii ifif 10 c or de de 1 d 1lorSI J lItMJHI lSaI I ISar 10 1il So ag z pe m o I f to 5 HI1 IS LjJii d- h1+ fio SU IjI C J II St db jdleeGr 1 I L- J f J- J 4 JC11 4 1fE tJJ th J miII tIl lenii- ii 0t J 1 f 1 iJi A IScl4 Ihi M- 3t o I Mi be 4 SbiJta j n- iij THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 5 4 I i V I A CLEAr HEAD gopd digestion sound sleep a i fine appetite and a ripe old age 3are some ofthe results ofthe use l of TuttaLiver Pills A single dose will convince you of their w nLperrul effects and virtue NKttown Fact Anabsolute cure for sick head ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation t bilious fever piles torpidliver- and all kindred diseases r Tiitts Liver Pills BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1000 k1I I1lttlM4t i 1MF iTl1e News in Brief w III 1 34444 4444 44444 4444+ fE I Fresh cakes at SlppBla All kinds of tropical fruits at Slppele e Prof Maple spent Sunday Louisville Childrens and Misses dieesesat Sulz r ers S N Hall went to Owensboro Mpn day Mir attle Seaton was In town Mon- dayf FJ Alfred Oelze went to Hawesville Mon- dayIf i A nretty line1 of ladies skirts at Snlz Y erse r For the best confectioneries go to Sippels 0W Moorman returned to Qlendeane Monday lire D R Murray was in Louisville A Saturday Frau k Dean of Glendean was in town Saturday 1ff Lowneys chocolates fresh goods at t Sippels r A genuine Maple Syrup in glass cruets at Suiters Brick and Fertilizer soldcheap by Ore gory do Co Buy your kraut of SIppel at lb cents 1 gallonMatthew Murphy spent Sunday in 4 r Owenaboro brcdhasD Hook of Hardlnsburg was in y town anday- jlrs J H Stllea spent last Tuesday at HardiMburg Watch the NEWS next week for im portant news r f The Normal Class meets tonight at the Bt tt church A pretty assortment of glassware ison display at Sippell- It Preston Fordof Haralnsbnrg spent Swidayim the city 1 1Jo4 Miller of Owenadoroepent Monday I1nlhe city ShenftFayne went to Hardinsbnrgr Monday on business 11Hneyou seen Sulzers line of Mens rpaBI Tbey are beauties s Mr and Mrs James Harris of Har disebnrg wore in town Saturday a Lladiwy1 Graham and Miss earllt 4 L rriio ent to Waliman8u day t Mee i I rrDr Phillips of Owenaboro spent Sunday I I eveoHJg here the RUed of Roy HeyI o M- JIpitOharles P Babbage of the American Grocery Co Louisville was here Monday r tJD Gregory is fencing la a lot near e depot which will be used aa a lumber I t wTMIw Ruth Sterett of Sklllman was the tQIrs J A Ross several days last t Key GH Hayes of Henderson was tfcegHeetofReyT V Joiner Wednes 1 f There will be an Importantchurch kstr at the Baptist church Friday iIhtt ifr Wlllta Clark Dukes has bought tbe property of Mrs Statlra Baft in the t leifer end of town i Sera to Mr and Mrs Will Smith of Cweawbero JMonday March 20th a fine lherHV01Je Smith I rr Miss IviXlDg otEaslland left Tues d rtot LoufaVllle where she will visit y it blends for several weeks s JJ r I1ie Dine V GrtlQry left Monday for r JWiolx at the home of Mr and Mrs 4rA r JQrof for several day 1 It Qhapue Wathen of Owensboro was r w tfiiionc the emgenoB the Monday ri ipiilng train to Hardlnabnrg St to probable that Admiral Dewey and 1tiwlfe will visit Eilaabethtown where lHi Dewey has many relatives r6p TN Berry odMw Nancy 0 t left Sunday for Henderson whare Ull visit fttendfl and relatives WMTaykf ol Rosetta arrived iuoadsyaght to be with her mother Mts Xlvlra Babbagei who Ia confined to La1 t QIftI e Cknt Martin Frstlksi +Tel1Ispertrre GDtII mattedlMsoa IilrlanI Gi B sbatrM1 iiillewbobsiiposIsnot pwir n p 1 o 1 IRVINGTON 4 t See W R Brown before selling your woolIVYatch the NEW next week for im portant new Go to W R Browns for ladles and childrens shoes Mr and Mrs Joe Bland are with her father near Garfield Miss Gregory has returned to her home in Hawesville- Brother Mell has gone to Jefferson town to see his mother A man may hive wisdom without cash but it lacks currency Shellman and Hawes went to Hardlns brng on business Saturday- W R Brown will give highest market prices for all your produce Go to W R Brown for fancy ties aud latest things in gentlemens shirts Go to W E Brown for the latest things in boys and mens clothing f Jack Board and Nick Netherton as usual made their Saturday visits Mrs Heimeland daughter of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Hawes Mr Bray night operator has moved his family into the cottage on Church AvenueMrs Redman returned from the city Saturday Look out for her millinery opening soon Lee Montgomry has purchased a build ing lot in Woodlawn and expects to erect a handsome residence soon Misses Corbett will open their milli nery department at Irvington about April the Oth Ladles are cordially in vitedHousekeepers dont lose sight ol those beautifully dAcorated dinner sets and all kinds of lovely dishes at Jolly Cains Mrs Sam Robertson of Preston and Mrs Argabrlght of Lodiburg were in town Thursday combining pleasure with business t Dr McCarty of Fordsville a recent graduate of the Louisville School of Medicine Isa pleasant guest at the MontgomerysMrs and Son of near Leitch field Mrs Constance of Louisville and Mrs Alex Heron of Cloverport attended the funeral of Dr Frank Quite a delegation of young folks came up from Hardinsburg Sunday evening Come again we are always ktad to wel come the young ladies and gentlemenI If you want beautiful and comfortable buggy or carriage call on RS Bandy He has those splendidly made vehicles of the Parry Min Co Indianapolis Ind Also call on R S Bandy for wag one plows lumber c The Irvlcgtoj Hotel has been rented by Mr Lon Bishoff He has renovated and refurnished it and tis now open to regular boarders Transent guests will be received also Mr and Mrs Bishoff are wideawake people and you will be well served when stopping with them The Prohibitionists of Union county held a convention and all day rally at the courthouse in Morganfleld Saturday March 31st 9Ai l 93t1198199 ItsEasyl To Taket Thin pale anaemic girls i need a fatty food to enrich their blood give color to j their cheeks and restore their = I health and strength It is = safe to say that they nearly =I iiall reject fat with their flo- odsogsij2s0I9II COD LIVER OILW- nflPOPHOSPMr SorUHE 4SOM iris exactly whatt they require I m 18 It not only gives them theim poftant element codliver oil iI- tii in a palatable and easily dijj Ij Bested formbutalso the hypo phosphites which are so valua J I ble in nervous disorders that iiusually accompany EMULSION an mla isa 9 fatty food that Is more easily digested thah any otherr form of fat A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health You can get it in this way We have known per sons to gain a pound a day while taking It soclIII4tlooU4ruq1u SCOTT er PWNE ClwioUti NeW Y5k 6s66 i F HARI IN6BURG- iiI Hardlnsburg is to have another news paperWatch the NEWS next week for Im portant news Miss Irene Boards private school will close next Friday The Fiscal Court is In session at Hard insburg this week Cbapezs Wathen was here last Monday on legal business Henry Harned and his family have reached Oklahoma safely George Baker was here last Sunday and spent the day with his father Mlsa Eula Stith of Louisville was here last week visiting the Misses Hook Confectionery Wholesome and daln ty Pure sweets that satisfy Eclipse Hardware Helps for garden making Useful things for the kitchen Eclipse Mr T 0 Lewis came down from Louisville last Saturday to visit his lam ilyPatrick Dillon went down last Thurs day and acted as crier at the Carney saleRoe Robinson of color welt known among his race died here on e day last weekMrs G W Beard went to Louisville last week to visit her daughter Mrs ReedWe are in the market with a fine lot of hammocks and baseballs Eclipse Grocery Marcu8 Kincheloe has purchased the old Judge Kincheloe homestead Con sideration 650 James Harris and wife proprietors of the Hardinsburg hotel spent lut Satur day in Cloverport The principal business before the court will be the settlement with the Sheriff and fixing the levy Groceries The best for those who want the best You place tbo order we do the rest Eclipse lire M Meyer Burae and Mrs Bea trice Tuell Garrett Meade county are Visiting Mrs R L McGuffin T D Henderson of Webster was here last Saturday and Sunday visiting his daughter Mrs Amon Kincbeloe Rev Mr Harrold the Baptist minis ter from the Forks of Rough moved in to the Beeler property last week Miss Etta Clarkson has returned from Bewleyville and taken her former place with Mrs Bshop in the millinery bust ness Rev G E Curry pastor of the colored peoples church here has been returned here by his Conference to serve another yearSeedeTime for planting Right seeds make rich harvests Seeds that insure a crop to be had at the Eclipse GrocerySam has returned from Colora do Springs He did not like the climate He saw R B PIerce who he says is do log well The Fordsville branch did a big buel ness at this once last month Mr Whitworth reports more freight moving than usua- lTheWF M S will meet at Mrs W Beards Friday afternoon at two oclock Special work to be done and ovary niem ber Is requested to be present Patrick Tieff wants to sell his farm and move into town The place lies Convenient to Hardlnsburg and can be purchased at a reasonable figure- Tberetis lots of money paid out here every Saturday night to the factory hands They spend It too Thin Iis a big help to the business of the town Col Berry Macy whose face has been familiar to the citizens of Hardinsburg for many years is sick at his home five miles from town and IsI in a feeble con dillon Rev F M Petty will go to Kirk next Sunday to organize a Sunday school A full attendance of the church membership and others Interested in the work Is desiredJames cunning was brought here one day last week from Oloverport by Sheriff Payne and lodged in jail He is charged with violating the local option law in the Oloverport district The new Southern Methodist church out at Kirk will be dedicated the second Sunday in May by the Rev John M Crowe There will bo an all day meet ing dinner on the ground and a good time and a large crowd is looked for The citizens of this town were sorry to hear of the death of Wm Beavin at Cloverport last week Mr Beavin owned a farm five miles out of town on the turnpike and has frequetted Har dinaburg for many years past lIe was a good citizen and an industrious farmer Miss Tula Daolil will leave the 10th for St Loulll thence to New York city to attend the Ecumenical conference of Missions She will also visit her brother in Arkansas She will attend the meeting of the Womans Missionary so clety of Louisville Conference at Tren ton Ky before returning home about the first of July If some of our business men whohaye the success of this town at heart would contribute a few hundred dollars toward putting up a small manufactory of some description It would result m much good Polities is all right in its place but that which gives steady employ ment to labor and distributes money among the working dieses makes town quicker than anything else r A WHOLE VILLAGE Attacked by Grip One Family Es capes by Using Peruna WINOH STAnK Co IND During the winter I and my tam ray of six were taken with la grlppo The disease was very prevalent at that time In the village where I resided nearly everyone being sick with it Our doctor treated It as best they could but were very unsuccessful tho treatment of it As soon as my family were takon sick I went to tho drugstore and bought six bottles of Poruna and wo all took It according to the directions given on tho bottle and although our cases seemed to bo more than usually violent in tho outset yot our recovery was prompt and wo wore all well much sooner than those who were treated by tho regular physicians Many people died of this la grlppo dur Ing this epidemic and tow It any were IckISO short a time as myself and family After wo wero all well wo had one bottle of Pornna loft C T Hatdold Send for a free copy of Winter Ca tarrh This book contains a lecture by Dr IIartman on la grippe which has attracted vide attention and has been reported in leading papers Address Dr Hartman Columbus Ohi- oBEWLEYVILLE n Watch the NEWS next week for im portaut news Strother Stith of Irvington was visit- Ing his parents Sunday Miss Mabel Foushee is visiting her sister Mrs Gilbert Kasey Mr aud Mrs Forest Stith were guests of Mrs Mary Jordan Sunday Jesse Payne and his sister Annie are attending school iu Hardlnsburg Mr and Mrs Zlck Stith went to Bran denburg Monday to buy garden seed Mrs John Shumate who has been ill for three months does not improve Mrs Sara Lewis is visiting relatives here and attended church services Sun day Brother Bell goes to Jefferson county Monday morning to visit his mother whole ill- Quite a Dumber of people attended the funeral of Dr JIl Frank Thursday afternoonMr of HarJinsburg came up Saturday and is again a visitor of Miss Mabel Stith Dr Strother and Ben Clarkeon of Big Sprlne were in this neighborhood Sun day afternoon Mr Blanford recently attended the funeral of his brotherln law Dr How ard at Vine Grove Miss Blanch Jolly and Hurlbut Cain were kept from church services Sunday by bodily flllctionB G W Medley candidate for County Court Clerk of Meade ccunty was in this vicinity last Monday Mr and Mrs R L Smith of Gueton who were the guests of Mra Smiths par enl Sunda were at church The ladies of the Missionary society will please prepare a verse or verees on giving for the next meeting Wm H Cain Sr spent several days last week in Vine Grove visiting his daughter Mrs D S Campbell We are glad to have Fannie so near us that we can conveniently visit her and hope soon to have her for a guest Hon Allen Stitb was here for church services Sunday Hft makes a fine appearance and had a pleasant greeting for his many friends Sorry to say though that be lot out In the afternoon While attending the affairs of the state the Doctor bas given his attention to heart troubleThe ploughman wending his weary way is frequently seen In country life at present He hen ample time to view the beauties of nature and make Spring poetry and liston to the birds sing and be happy The man with the hoe Iis his boon companion and they two are natures noblemen Our good President Mr McKinley following the vision of the Goddess of Liberty sees tbe depraved state of Cuba Philippines and the various isles of the seas and sends to their relief But alas r poor old Kentucky In her highly en lighted state is allowed to work oat her own salvation GOLDEN ROD Rare Opportunity Mrs E A Witt of Hardlnsbnrg of fore her entire stock of drum and grocer ice for sale She desires to retire from businessAnyone desirous of entering business has a good opportunity of purchasing a good stand at a reasonable figure Beep It in Your Hone And when the bowels rail to let prop erly take a dose of LYONS I AXATIV SYRUP It acts gently but elfectually on the lddneyUvr and bbrels will keep your system In goodworkingrgrder antl make your complexion clear i i Dissolution of Copartnership The firm of Heston Willis Co has this day March 13tb 1000 been dis solved by mutual consent R 0 Willis retiring from the firm All debts of the firm are assumed by the remaining partners and all notes and accounts due the tbe firm are made payable to them H A Oelzo and Ino A Heston will continue the business at the same place under the firm name of Ortiz Heston R O WILLIS H A OILZE J A HEMOI tlwwN t 1- LWANTS rN W 1a rWroAdvertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertionl- YACIEDMULES ANTEDA good pair of young mulofmedium size broke to work A I OELXB C overport Kjr FOR SALECOW JLFllJ 11 NOTICE TO CREDiTORS TOTICK All persons having claims eGalntt ltthe estate of Mary K Smut deceased are properlybefore 900LFOR SALE WOIIK HORSES FOR ataLbargan horses ofmweivehmoothii- note I l on a credit with good aecurity VIC ROHIJRTSON Ulendeane FOrt SALE1IESIDEXCE SALKIle idence of It N MIMr house FOReight rooms Ii In excellent repair the lot mjO11NIIIASWELL FOR SALEMILCH COW FOIl SALEOne milch cow Durham stock 4 old For further Information apply tn ALLEN SATTEIIFIELD Cloverport Ky FOR SALEFARM A 1lyInJlI hordsville branch of the L H A St L R It be tween Jollya Station and Olendeane For further Information call on or address JAS S IIAKNHS llardlnsbur Ky STEAWOERRY PLANTS SeedF3 Write lor price list Ridge Plant Farm GEO W WINCIIBL Proprietor Tobinspott Ind LEGAL BLANKS IOH SALK Blank Deeds and Mnrttaire and All Forms of Legal Blanks UllKUKKN RIDGE NEWS OFFICE TUITION SALECertthcate m nryent sr Stratton Jon College Louisville Ky Apply to IIEWS OFFICE NOTICE llreckenrldge Circuit Court V G Babbaie as Administrator IliintlfT vs I1ultyALLto produce the same properly proven to the under signed Commlitloner the llreckenrldge Circuit lIardlnlburlCKyGiven under my hand this March tr 19oo GUS iinnwM dB C c ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE deeeasAedeitherforward and utile E A WITT AdmleDtra- torNOTICESTRAY rpAKEN UPI astray by Den Dates living near JL Clover Creek Church on Owensboro road In Itreckenndge county on the Itlh of February 1900 one sorrel mare aired about six years hAY ing small white spot In forehead and fifteen hands high but having no other mark or brand which I appraised at the value of ol ten Witness t900CA copy Attest OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk UCCDy CLINT P HOOK D C w i Tr rROCK VALE Trade here is good Mrs Mary Shreve is quite 111 Clint Walker has moved to Pates vie The Sunday school at Macedonia was well attended Sunday The death of Mica Maggie Bright last Thursday is much regretted Miss Lottie Duncan has returned from a pleasant trip to Owenaboro Mr and Mrs Henry Hall were the guests of Mr and Mrs Simmons Sunday Mrs Sue Mercer and Mrt Viola Jack son were the gutetsof Mrs McCarty Fri dayMr and Mrs Gas Mason were the guests of Mr and Mrs Weatherford San day Mrs Rose Overton is visiting her fath er W P Dalton and other relatives this week If you are in need of a new hat call on Mits Vannah Overton She can suit you PELLVILLE There have been three applications for our winter school Miss Jennie Patterson is progressing nicely with her spring school V M Moseley is at home after teaching a winter school at Curdavllle Rev 0 M Corley med his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Allison Haynes and wife of Herbert visited D Jay Morrison and wife recent IT The farmers are through so wing tobacco beds and have began plowing for cornGuy Temple has moved on Wm Ga herds place and R P rlsonmoedlu the house he vacated Miss Annie Anil of Knottsville Isgiv lug lessons on the organ and piano and has ten pupils t a FI The Biggest Pants ca Sale in Town Y Is now in progress a- tsULZERsaL Psmallall0i1st1 and in fact Pantsfor all Pants from 50 Cents to 1000 Get your moneys worth in a Pair of Pants at ULZiHSYou must see them to appreciate the li- neeTJIzE3P1 r 1 w PHONE 5 RING 2 eIiaiiyforSpring11 in let us fit up for for we R are a of r ever of are the to see of one J j Y 33sc by +r St It ItIs the latest ant and tonic No other It in It In and and all other of fnIO by E C DtWITT d CO For sale A B A horse is like a man He cant do work ho todo it with Har ness him and hell pull and N Harness Collars Trace Back Bands Plow Lines Bridles and Saddles Come and you Spring work And Spring cleaning and Oils Ready Mixed Paints Roofing and floor Paint We showing complete lino HARDWAREin MACHINESHave you used one our Automatic Sewing Machines 2EThey housewifes delight Make a visit our store and one them operate Then youll want McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY Ik1r rVVORMSj Fir 20 Yrs Has Led all Worm Rimidiis 1392 AXX aanTTGrGneaTS lIeparec1 JAMES BALLARD Louis KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially dlgeststhofoodandaidee- truotinggtheexhaustedgdigestivve or gans discovered digest preparation can approach efficiency stantly relieves permanently cures HeartburnbBiokHeadacheOaatralgiaCrampa results Imperfect digestion smaIl5Ocnjd1austwnitzeyeconpeptainialatnaEt times Prepared Chicago by Fisher Govirport good unless has something right right plow right We keep Hames Chains keep Painto 1XaoxiD F 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I t TRADEs DESIGNS r ym COPYRIGHTS AcAnyoot sending a sketch and description may quloklr uoerUln our optalonfree an InreDtlon ts probably Communlf lion strictly confldtnlUL Uaodbook on IatanU lent tree Oldest agency for aecurlnirpaUnta 1atsnU taken through Nunn A Co rcoelra iftclai tutUt without enante In tbo Scientific JUnericatt A haadsoraalr Hlostrated weekly tarnst 4N nuuion of any actentlflo Joornal Terms Wa i jMtri foormonthj II SoWbyiUI ntwidealtra j IUtIimCoY r ew York tWu1I1DatOa nCo Blank books of all kinds at Babbages r sq jm ii vily s c y a3 c11 r aF fey o THE BRECKHNI ID E NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900a j v p f I I t 4 I II I II I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NOTHINGBETTER For Worn Out and Unused land Than The Cow Pea and Soy Bean RAISE YOUR OWN HAY EDITOR BoECKiNBiDocKKwa Thou b I realize that unasked advice is rarely taken or appreciated when I see the vast number of wagons going to the country with hay I cannot refrain from- 111fkng a few words of admonition at tilth iruB when all good farmers are mapping out their plans for the seasons workI aek overt man who Is buying hay to ar IBS it at home Thli can be done ery ono who raises wheator oats i both on his farm In talking with parties who buy hay some BAY I havent ground enough Others say My clover all died I did not get it stored j others say Timothy wont grow meNow these are facts and I would Bug that we quit tooling with crops not adapted to our Boil and surroundings plant something we can grow and on ground we are now planning tor another crop In this way we will grow better and cheaper hay and save hauling too Take the ground you have mapped out for oats Walt until the ground is dry and in good order to work before plowing Break close and deep and thoroughly harrow before sowing vour oats As oats are harvested shock in straight rows from fence to fence either break immediately or disc harrow and fire thoroughly j than sow from 1 to 11 bushels of peas or beans If the ground ia capable of growing a fair crop of oats sow beans medium j they will make more per acre than peas and are richer If seed Is your object beans will make more than peas and in addition if properly cut and cured will produce a hay crop better and have more feeding value than any timothy you can buy If num ber one hay ia the object cut as hay while in bloom or soon after and you have a hay that for stock cannot be ex celledNow if you sow oats on ground too often sowed in oats or too badly abused and worn to bring enough oats to make the seed sown I would suggest that you eow the whlpporwill pea This variety will easily mature a good hay crop to be cut when the peas are first turning ripe or it will make a seed crop with the straw a fine feed as hay To cure for hay cut down in good weather and let sun until you can not twist water out of it Then put it in a tight barn as soon as possible or let wilt and put in narrow piles and leave several day When cured turn out in sun two or three hours as you would clover and haul in With peas and beans lire the clover plant the stem and leaves are the most valuable part and should be saved in such a way as to secure all of them Now this oat ground growing either peas or beans will be in ideal order for wheat and will be in far better coed tion every way than the oat stubble without this crop They will have filled the ground with plant food for the wheat which will more than repay you for your trouble andexpense The price of the bean and pea seed deters many from making this crop The price Is high and is going higher as long as this growth in on the increase as it Is now There are car loads being un loaded at stations all over the country where heretofore there were only a few paltry bushels Make an estimate of what the tons of hay cost with cost ol hauling over these roads ad led and see If it la much less than the cost of this seed with the attendant improvement to your land especially through the hot dry weather taken into consideration Anyone can buy a peck of peas and a half bushel of beans unless he smokes chews or lkea too many drinks He might deprive himself of one circus ticket buy this seed cultivate and raise enough seed to plant a whole farm the next yearPeople waiting to get the seed cheaper reminds me of the man who waited all day by the ground holt hole to see it come out while it cunningly came out another way The seed grown at home on our own soil acclimated and adapted tto our wants is worth much more to us than that bought in the mar ketoThe foreign seed may not be of our climate and latitude and was prob ably grown on a soil of an entirely differ ent formation and properties The home grown seed will give you many times more seed and ripe rich natural hay or fertilizer The worn thin abandoned fields are spots where the poa and bean can be used to an advantage These fields are used for nothing but paatnrage for farm stock and are covered with nothing but broom sage gullies and persimmon bushes Prepare these fields for culti vation and sow one and a half bushels of poach the spring with 160 Iba of fertil iser composed of 15 pecks of acid phos phate and 10 peen of muriate potash This will produce good grains the first year Sow in rye 11 bnsbelatothe acre in the early fall or late summer The stock tramping over this will cover suffi ciently and make floe fall graizlng Fill up the washes and plant peas and be DB With this grazing In the summer and Covering In the winter with green crops to prevent washing and leaching in a few years you will be able to grow any thing on this once despised land In this way you secure good grazing with a constant Improvemeut of your soil Sometime ago the Guston correspond ent of this paper compared the soy bun to crimson clover In some localities this would not be a bad comparison for crimson clover baa been to farmers In some placfs a great boon I would say to this correspondent that one swallow does not make spring The weather conditions of 1899 were almost unpre cedented If the gentleman from Gus ton hoe been farming long he has prob ably made failures in clover wheat and corn j yet he does not condemn them but tries them a aln Though frost douth bugs aud many othnr thlrgi of ten cause failures the bean is no longer an experiment It Is being grown on all soils and in all climates In this age a farmers pronpcrily depends on pro teinand the more he cau grow at home the better off both he and his stock are Now Mr Editor I will say I have no seed for sale but the farmer who wants some can at least get enough to raise seed I would suggest to those who are buying hay to take their tabled and com pare the feeding value of the hay with the feeding value of the pea and bean hay which they can raise at home and have a catch crop besides After LaGrlppe What Usually a racking cough and a general feeling of weakness Foleys Honey and Tar ia guaranteed to cure the grippe cough and wake you strong and well Moorman Owen To Sock This word Is lu constant use In Northamptonshire England It has two meanings one being to throws g Ill sock a stone at you A fa vorite diversion among boys Is sock Ing birds They proceed along tho hedges one boy or more on each side all armed with stones with which they unmercifully pelt or sock any poor bird they come across The other mean ing of tho word Is to beat or to clout c g Ill fetch you a sock d the ear holeI have known sock In this connec tion all my life and It la sometimes now used here Ill sock him Ill give him bellsock He got a good socking arc common forms A for midable fighter Is called a bellsock or Sock Is common when speak lug of thrashings given and taken To give one RocliH meaulug to give one a good heating Is In cowman use In East Anglia And so Is pull up your socks fur make haste and set to work A atone In the heel of a sock or stock- Ing Is a well known extempore life pre server or taker Notes and Queries LaGrippe coughs often continue for months and sometimes lead to fatal reo sulta after the patient is supposed to hays paesed the danger point Foley Honey and Tar affords positive protec tion and security from these coughs rne itnoater Wna Game A Itockland young man Is the owner of a smart rooster and hal long entertained suspicion that the bird might have Inherited gamy characteristics from some long forgotten ancestor To apply thIs theory In an actual test he went homo the other night surreptl tiously conveyed the parlor mirror Into the ben pen and held It before the gaze of the wondering rooster The young man was not kept long In suspense as to tho birds fighting qual ities After a brief Incredulous glanco at the proud reflection In the glass the rooster descended upon the object with spurs set and wrath gleaming from each beadllku eye There were a crash a smash and a clatter and when the dust and feathers cleared away the young sportsman stood a dismayed spectator In the center of a pile of ruins formed of broken mirror slats and pulverized plate gloss lie Is now satisfied with the rooster but bow bo squared himself about tho broken mirror Is not known Bangor Whig and Courier Noted Header In Towa The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for Cuts wounds sores plies and all akin diseases It lin guaran eed Moorman Owen fairly Good Time Seated around a Topeka railroad lunch counter the other day were four old Santa Fe engineers They were telling of fast runs Three of them bad told their stories The fastest run I over made said the fourth after lis tening to the lies of the others was between Topeka and Emporla not long ago It was a bright moonlight night We were behind when we pulled out of Topeka and had orders to make up all llost time between here and Emporia After reaching the top of the Pauline hill I pulled the throttle wide open and let her go The old engine fairly ate up the track When wo stopped at Emporla I looked back a mile or so and saw something black approach ing us I could not think what It was I watched It closely Finally It came up opposite the engine and stopped It was the shadow of tbe train Kansas City Journal A Little Bit Too SenilUre This cold bard world has few souls as sensitive as a young man who killed himself In Paris tile other day His home was In Lyons and his father had given to him 30000 francs or fa 000 to establish a branch office of their business In Paris After be had been In Paris for several days his letters home ceased and be disappeared from tbo little circle of friends that be had made He had seemed a quiet steady fellow and be bad chosen his new as sociates with discretion When they missed him they wrote to his father supposing that be knew where his son was Tbe father however was Ignorant of the young mans whereabouts and the police were summoned and a scorch made of his apartments On the bed In his room was found hIs dead body with a note by his side whIch said I have lost 25000 francs of the sum that my father Intrusted to me and aa I would not have It believed that I have squandered the money I am kill Ing myself This furnished a clew but nothing more could be learned for several days Finally when searching the rooms for the young mans property his pockctbook with the 25000 francs was found In a corner of the bureau drawer where be had put It and then forgotten I was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springs and grew worse I used Kodol Dyspep ala Cure That cured mo II It digests what you eat Cures Indigestion sour stomach heartburn and all forms of dy spepsia A R Fisher nisi She Get flic lint r It was a mean trick of course and some day she will doubtless get even with him She saw him take a piece of paper from his pocket carefully fold It upI put It In an envelope and then place the envelope lu ono of time tar corners of the drawer of the library table Whats that she asked Oh nothing of any consequence be replied Now If be had simply thrown It carelessly Into the drawer she would have thought nothing of It but the care he took to put It clear over In the far cor ner and the fact that be seemed milt ease after he found that his action bad been observed aroused her curiosity She wondered what It was and she reasoned with herself that he lied said It was nothing of Importance so be would have nobody but hImself to blame If she took a look at It She was justified In Inferring from bis words that there was no reason why she should not And this Is what she read scribbled on a piece of paper Ill bet you a new hat your curiosity will not permit you to let this alone It was a terrible predicament In which to place a woman How could she claim the new bat without giving herself away Chicago Post Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses j the greatest agent seller ever produced j every stock and poultry raiser buys it on eight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Beaalckneaa A stewardess after 15 years service on one of the transatlantic liners and an opinion on tbe subject from a per son In her position la undoubtedly to be respected baa this to say about seasickness Almost everybody Is a little sick but a great many more per sons could be less sick than they are If they would only be careful for a day or two before they sail Lots of folks going oft to Europe eat big din ners and luncheons for two or three Jaya before they start and as soon as they get the motion at the waves titer have really a bilious attack Sometimes when the crossing Is very rough and I have been a little careless In my diet I feel the motion myself but nev er when I take proper care At the slightest dizziness or nausea I stop eating anything at all for eight or ten hours and above all I never touch tea at that time It is the overeating usually before they come on board that makes all the troubleNew York Post J B Clark Peoria III says Stir goons wanted to operate on me for piles but I cured them with DnWltts Witch Hazel Salve It Iia Infallible for piles and skin disease Beware of counte- rfeltaA R Fisher 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Tiua he L ever to Utile dradute sailed to ATM TO THOIK WHO fcND roe J MSa West SCHWARTZ H JalfarMit St pttUea4lirliclALII The TAILOR S Will be in CmiAr poT pn the i2d and 4th P Jfol11iwith Casper May Cn nANNETTON JoJD AT THE RATE QF 14 4 GENTS fl A WEEK l For the OLDEST and BEST AP TERN ON NprIn the South The Louisvilleu Evening Postww ConlatnSte 13 or 16pgutdallyCenpktt Dally All the AbttracU ol theOpialoas theWashingtonl EVERYTHING THAT A 9AiLY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN i iTito be loaad la the EreaW pot daily The Rates Are HOO for Three Meath r side lot Six manna 109 tee One Year + arear for 3oeaa Send petal cord foranaptF6 I c z ry 9 t THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 7 r It j t r 1 I t I r i 4 I 1Ii S- ri f I t i Itt r iI i jjr r t- I y a- F TH CClUEfc Botae Otis Two joung men who mnethave been medical students boarded an Angora car late one night with a fully articu lated skeleton Each had one arm United with that of the skeleton whose bones tattled grewsomely as they walk ed td the forward end of the car and gravely seated themselves with their Inanimate companion between them Between the grinning teeth of the skel- etonjvas a cigarette and a derby ha- tadblts shining skull The car was rather crowded and the other passen gars most of whom were men gazed In open mouthed astonishment at the strange spectacle The two young tel lows however pretended to be uncon scious of their surroundings and held such converse with the skeleton as Too bad you didnt wear your mack- Intosh Bill Im afraid youll catch cold or Say Bill better throwaway your cigarette or the conductor will put you ott- When the conductor came through for the fares one of the young men handed him 15 cents and he rang up three fares without a word of com ment At Sixteenth street a young girl entered the car anti looked around for a sent Here Bill exclaimed one of tho students wheros your gallan try Get up and give the lady a seat Then he yanked the skeleton out of Its place and set it on his kneed The girl gave one screech tied to the back plat arm and Insisted that the conductor stop the car and put her off Gee Bill t remarked the student gazing reproachfully Into the skeletons face Youve deteriorated You used to be quite a Judys man Then ev erybody laughed Philadelphia flee ord RemarkablqCure of Rheumatism I KENNA Jackson Co W Va three YRRTS ego my wife had an Altf rheumatism which confined bed for over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step with out assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr S Maddox insisted on my using Chamber lains Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has no had a similar attack slnctA B Parsons For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensporf An Odd Law To punish a man for nonpayment of a certain tax by forbidding him to en ter a restaurant is a rather singular act of government yet In the canton of Bern such a law Is In effect Every man In Switzerland must serve In the Swiss army If he be physically capable and If he be not physically capable he must pay what Is called the military exemption tax In the canton of Bern a rigidly enforced law Is in effect which prohibits a person who has not paid this tax from entering any of the van ous beer gardens and saloons until tho tax Is paid This law is called the wirtshausver bot The government says that If a man has money to spend for coffee beer or liquors he must also have tjfcney enough with which to pay his debt to the state At intervals one may read in the local official papers the list of names of those who must stay away from the gardens The law cannot prohibit a person from obtaining liq uor through the intervention or help of a friend but the privilege of dropping into a favorite resort and hobnobbing with trlendsa custom which Is dear to every Swiss must be foregone The law Is effective for several rea sons The military exemption tax is- smallit generally paidand the ordinary peasant does not like to see his name publicly printed Chicago Bee ord Spreads line Wildfire When things are the beet they be come the best Boiling Abraham Harea leading druggist of Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years Yon know why Most diseases begin in disorders of stomach liver kidneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach regulate i liver kidneys and bowels purifies the + strengthens the nerves hence multitudes of maladies It builds up the entire system Puts new life and vigor into any weak sickly run down man or woman Price 50 cents Bold by Short do Haynes druggists Tae Crack In the Mirror SIr Noel Pnton the painter enjoyed almost as wide a celebrity as a joker as he did as an artist An encounter he had with a physician in Yorkshire WIth whom he was on tho most Intimate terms is on Instance in point Sir Noel was the physicians guest Hta drawing room boasted of a mag nlflcent mirror which reached from floor to celling of the lofty room One morning while the guests were assembled in the room one of them noticed a large crack near the top of the mirror The physician was horror f stricken and asked question after ques tion roan effort to discover the culprit Perplexed and sorrowful ho stood looking at the shattered glass when Mr Noel asked that a stepladder be brought that he might examine it more closely Mounting be drew a rag from his pocket and hastily ran It across the opposed crack when lo and behold ndlsapffearedl He explained that of come down earlier than the iof the KUMt he procured alad apd A bar oCwap and Inflicted the jwemtegly 1Irreparable Injury NettraWc paina ihenmatlsm lam basest and BoikUf alagtyeM tq the jMj irating lliuiencn of BALLADS wow LINIMENT friwsfc aad so oMitI x WR TO THE DEATH Pests of the Poultry Yard Must Go I American LiceI Destroyer kilta Mere Mites Lloe Wd Other Vermin InDay Thin all Other Remedies Combined The war is on I The days of lice and vermin that have done so much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable are over American Lice Destroyer is the proper ammunition to nee I This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin can not exist twentyfour hours alter it Is applied to the coop or fowls Every poul tryman needs it It is cheap reliable and effective one package being sum dent to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice forone year When the Destroyer is used profits at bnci increase Lieu and vermin do mor to kill profit than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing monty every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without success but if this fails you can have your money back We are in this fight to stay and will back Destroyer against any number ol mitts or lice YOU may have Dont fool away money with tire cipes or homemade make shifts Use scientific means The American Life Destroyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen it has been on the mar ket several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and if it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your drug gist dont sell American Lice Destroyer hes behind the age In that case send for one dollar box at once Made only by American Mfr Co Terre Haute Ind ABOUT tilt IIjOlIJED When you read this It will be time to make the hotbed If you want one You can raise a nice lot of early radish lettuce tomato and cabbage plants with very little trouble Find some sheltered corner of the premises exposed to the south and protected from the north and west by fence or build ing Make a board box the size you want the bed Fill It with fresh horse manure Pack It down firmly Throw two or three palls of water on It Coy er It with six inches of good soil Lay your sash on with slant enough toward the south to shed the water An soon as the bed begins to get warm pack the earth down firmly and then sow your seed Water freely Raise the leash on warm days and look out for cold snaps by covering the sash with some hay or an old carpet What you may raise In such a bed will well repay you for your trouble BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Sent Free to Snffereri Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that has resisted doctors hot epringspat ont medicine treatment quickly ylejd to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B has cured such indications as mucous patches In the mouth sore throat eruptions eating sores bone pains itching akin swollen glands stiff Joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases where the hair and eyebrows had fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of bolls pim ple and nlcerethlB wonderful specific has completely changed the whole body Into a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B is the only known perfect cure for Blood Poison So sufferers may test B B B and know for themselves it cures a trial bot tie will be sent tree of charge B BB for sale by druggists at SI per large bottle or 6 large bottles full treatment 5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga how Jmtlce Nan Tempered Tact In the management of your judge Is a great thing A certain well known British treasury counsel was driving over Btackfrlars bridge one day on his way to Surrey sessions Noticing Sir Peter Edlln trudging along In the mud and rain ho Instantly stopped his hansom and offered the judge a lift It was accepted and the pair proceeded to Ncwlngton In great am ity Arriving the learned counsel hur tied In as he had an Important appll cation to make on the sitting of the cqurt To his horror and surprise the said application was curtly refused He was dumfounded at the sudden change In thq demeanor of the judge until the usher In a husky whisper said Do you know what youve done1 Not What Is It Why you ran In and lefttbe judge to pay for yourcab the lilt lithe Wflrld We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy IB the beet la the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough and hay teg read their advertisements our own and other papers we purchased a bottle to seeif it would affect us It cured us lJnbolds and coufhfl The Herald Ander Bpnytlle Ind For sale byA R Fisher CloverportB ASh l1maD BtspheH part 7 General Plot Joubert the military genius of the Transvaal was born in Congo Cape Colony in 1831 Ho died at Pretoria Tuesday March27th of Btomaclr trouble He was taken by his parents to the Orange Free State when he was seven years old where he was taught to shoot straight and hate the British Gen Joubert organized the array rf the SOUl h African Republic and it was due to his superior war tactics which made every na tive a trained soldier that when the crisis with England came the Boer forces were ready for warfae within fortyeight hour Many honors were showered upon this strong and fearless leader He favored force instead of diplomacy but was ptrictly honorable in all his dealings and never broke a promise He was VicePresident of the Transvaal in 1876 President pro tern in 188384 and the conquering hero at Majuba Hill in 1SS1 In the death of General Joubert the South African cause has lost its most ardent supporter Free of Charge Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will be presented with a sample bottle of Boschees German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one personand none to child ren without order from parents No throit 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 von its 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 ita value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries Actresses Paint Their Faces It Is a mistaken Idea that actresses are as a general rule handsomer on the stage than off writes Franklin Fyles In The Ladlea Home Journal The reverse Is as likely to be true Never theless all theatrical faces have to be painted U may be assumed safely that none of the complexion Is genuine An exceptionally clear and pink skin may require no falsity A dark one may chance to suit the character to he assumed But these exceptions to tho rule are rare The glare of artificial light would make most faces ghastly white or unpleasantly sallow If bright hues were not laid on The art of col oring a pretty visage just enough and nor overdoing it is one which all actresses should learn Many do not and so we see beauty disfigured in I stead of enhanced Others are very expert There are two distinct pros esses One makes USe of colored pow ders applied dry the other mixes the same powders with grease making a substance called grease paintII In almost every neighborhood there is some one whoso life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of Chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make a point of telling of it whenever opportu nity offers hoping that it may be the means of saving otber lives Fot sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Btephenaport Making Oval a lint j A Corny woman who could not at ford a new 5 hat visited a millinery store saw the late styleswent home pounded her old hat for half an hour with a rolling pin stuck a feather through the band and went to church the next Sunday the envy of all the women in the town Erie Diap 1 Orlffiualltr chII Original things are not always The best that any writer can do IIs to absorb facts and similes ai a cow does gracethen give as good a quality of the milk of comon tense as possible New York Journal He that seeks finds He that takes Hoods Sanaparllla finds in Ita use pure KOOQh Millions Given Away ids certainlyl gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of thisI great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing It has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis i Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on Short do Haynes druggists and get a trial bottle free Regular sIze 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteedor price refunded One Fnnlt Miss Crochet after an attack upon the piano How do you like that It Is a song without words Fogg It would be absolutely perfect but for one thing Miss Crochet Whats that pray Fogg If It was also without music Boston Trnnscrlnt WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE not only effectually dlstroys worms it aleo increases tthe appetite aids assimilation and transforms a frail infant into one of robust health Price 25 cents The Coming ofBaby brings Joy or pain Itsodfor the mother to dedde With and a strong womanly organism motherhood but adds to a womans attractiveness KtcELREES Wine of Cartful strengtheningthebabys coming By revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubby crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women who feared they were barren It purifies heals regulates and strengthens and is good for all drugglatwould nirhigspecialdirectionsI ent1Thetanooga Tena RLLoUIsAALot3eaeses Ga 1 took Win Ill UIrtt ytan ut co rrmJ1 ur l1d NIM IMastH bUrl 1 SAVE YOUR STAR liiIITAGS I Star tin tags showing small stars printed on under tide of tagU Horso ShoeU J TIIGood LuokU Cross Bow and II Drnmmond Natural Loaf Tin Tags are of equal value in A securing presents mentioned below and may be assorted A Every man woman and child can find something on tho list that they would liko to have and can havo F1 EE2i PLOPiI ThermomIMO S BelMore 41f Inches Si M Oun rate leather no better mad WO action58alUndPopper M- Ornple plate on white metal M M Tool Set nut playthings but real P60TporelaInIteelPaleflutter tooAliandiomeFwith19UntcherKnife 16110WadbluedIS1WOUpitted r it Guitar Wubbnrn rotewoodln 9000I6Martntlocktoryhaadsome9WUlru Wlntbler Repeating Shot Gun 19tix 19 Klu e 9000 19 hamhandles 9000dt bertplatedgo4 + 160gents or 50091 Six each Knives and Yuri buck A I jjo 90 Shot Onn Remington double bar dpi S3 SIx ouch Oenilne Ito 11 Knivesrelhammorlos1000p I and 1orks bast IlatL+l Q roJstoo 40 Rejlna Music DOJI5f Inch DUot Oll I THE ABOVE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30nt 1900 I Special ldoticostarsI Star Tin TagetbatisStsrtintie vrlthno smsU I printed on under llo of IIIR h nn not gtmt for prestnti bSKiQfnnntycenUperrl CDBhtu i n illraeii RUpt TOBACCO ttilllaetlontcr and award moro plenuro than a dImes worth or any otl1llIloo MAKE THE TEST I Send tans to CO iTI EVTAL TOnCCO CO St Louis Mo TM I 150C I I rod A TMUL Motfttr mumtenimon To TNg LOUISVILLE TICS THC sjiiiaHTtrrNo azTAPT1aN0- 0pane IN THC SOUTH Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation In the South 50 CENTS A MONTH Or goo a Year by Mall BOO FOURTH a venue LOUISVILLE KEIITUCKY PERFECT SCALES LAST FOREVER WARp TEn KKEIGIIT PAID COMBINATION BEAM ATD rKAM DOL CHEAPEST AND BEST JONES OF BINGHAMTON OlflCHfMTOfJ N u tyhTlr 1rYl 4r31t7 1rY1t 1 r etth tiri1 r71 7l l Tl l I rYUSIr 1iIVidt tdsswlillolAlilil fIJi ti sla Elashr iijijfull sdias adtlEaadaPa iil ilra M OF ti I 1 i I111i PIANOS a- I I i I I THE ENTIRE GREENUP STOCKii i t I THROWN ON THE MARKET AT 2m We have of the fZf Greenup Music Co we will m for the next thirty will prove the greatest sale in the PRICENeatly LOOK 88 SOLD i case 425 A now 480 Chickening mahogany case for 265 A new 400 Poole Piano walnut case for 195 A new 385 mahogany Stultz Baur Piano for 187 A new 350 Greenup Piano in any wood for 175 New 360 Haines Co for 185 A very large number of other new Uprights from 115 to 225 A large UprightsSteinwllYstins Fischers Kranich Bach Wissners and other wellknown makes from 85 upward 10 Square Pianos Steinway Hinzen Rosen Kurtzmann and other makes 25 to 85 eachrGREAT BARGAINS IN ORGANSEsteys Fer rand Votoys Mason Hamlin and others 8 to 49 each Greenups entire stock of small Musical Instruments at half cost Get a Guitar Mandolin at your own prices This stock is new and fresh and is very fine but be sold with the rest orIiIiThis is the greatest sale ever held in the South We propose to dispose of entire stock within thirty days sooner if possible I It will pay you to investigate these remarkable bargains even if you had not intended buying for some little timetvr Purchasers living outside of the city are invited to write for special list of bargains in new Uprights SMITH NIXON COi 622and 624 Fourth Avenue Bet Walnut and Chestnut Ste JOcJSVtLLEJ XYyin order to accommodate the large number of purchasers who can not find it convenient C to call during the day we will keep the store open until 930 oclock every night this weektt i t tit a i a A r J8 THE BRECKBNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 I f FALLS OF ROUGH Mr Autry died Thursday Mies Jennie Green has returned home Born to the wife of Lennle Dui can a boyW 11 Ghambllss is very much im provedWatch rthe NEWS next weejffor portant news I 1mII Col G n hae a nice new sock of spring go- Farm VOA m pro2rr sing quite rapid ly in this vicinity Mrs Warren Vw visited her sis tor last SatutuY Barn to the A of Tom Godsey 3iarcite 301 a bvv Henry L3 put a new telephone box In his house last week f MisaLlllieueadowwas the guest of Miss lode Harl Thursday Massra Willis and Preston Green went to Louisville last week Miss Mary Peyton is teaching a most successful school at tbls place Miss Vannah Overton has opened new millinery goods at Rock Vale Dr J W Meadow of Ohio county is well on his way to the Holy Land I am told that the wedding bells will be jingling again in the nearfuture Mrs Viola Jackson of Oloverport was the guest of Mrs Sue Mercer last week Mina Jennie Armstrong visited her brother several days this week Robert Chambllss was r guest at Bob Robertsons of Glendeane Saturday and SundayMrs M W Stone visited her sister Mrs Fannie Lloyd of near Fordsyille last week Miss Abblu Owen colored of Shreve is visiting her mother aunt Martha of FordsvilleWathen Henderson and Mack Peyton are all smiles when a trip to Glendeane is suggested Sister Miller has returned from a visit to relatives and friends at West Point and Louisville Miss Crilla Mathews is assisting Miss Vannah Ovrrton with her millinery goods at Rock Vale George Wrather of Guitoa came down last week to occupy the position of farm boss for Col Green MisS Maggie Bright died of consump lion Thursday and wcs laid to rest in Union Chapel cemetery Friday Mrs Sue Mercer Mrs Viola Jackson and Mrs David Chainhliss were guests of Mrs John Eskridge Wednesday Mrs Viola Jackscn will visit Mrs Mc Carty Mrs Charlie Fisher and Mrs Jones of near Rock Vale this week Mrs Lillian Davieon of Otrensboro returned home Friday after spending several weeks visiting friends and rela tives Mr and Mrs Oscar Armstrong of Ohio county were guests of their par ents Mr and Mrs M W Stone Tues day and Wednesday Miss Bettie Quertermous will be the milliner at Beaucbamp Eikrldges this season She has had quite a good deal of experience In that business Miss Mamie Stone and Oscar Armstrong were married the 15th It was a quiet home wedding The bride wore a light brown cloth dress trimmed in white silk and white silk braid The groom looked well in an evening suit of black Brother Miller officiated Most women with female weakness Buffer dreadfully from plies in addition to their other pains T4iey may be cured by using TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents I lODIBURGI Watch the NEWS next week for im portant news Jnnius Ater is critically ill at his home near Raymond June Bandy will move to Allen Robertsons farm next week Lodibnrg is on a boom The new de pot It completed and preparations going on for other buildings The woodmans ax is heard In this community and quite a number of lop are being shipped from Lodiburjj Mrs Mary Adkiseon commenced a spring school at her residence Monday morning March the 20th We wish her success Mrs A J Keys Mrs Mary Adklaeon Mrs Gideon French and Dire Ruth Head spent a very pleasant day with Mien Mollie Adklsson last Saturday Mlaa x Mollie Is a charming hostess and her friends are always sure of a good time when wiring her STEPHENSPORT BunlnpM Islooklne up Ap ll iill here with spring weather M Blain is still confined to Ills room Mrs Will Pettit is still on the sick list Miss Dee Bidham spent Sunday in SampleW Blain Patesvllle was in town Sunday F C Ferry was in town Friday to vis it his wife Watch the NEWS next week for im portant news E H Miller attends court at Hardins burg this week Will Livers spent Sund y with his wife in Cannelton- R A Smith lately presented his wife with a new piano Miss E Kato Allen Chenault is visit- Ing Mrs F C Ferry Mrs H English spent Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport Floyd St E Miller Henderson spent Sunday with his father Mr and Mrs Tom Wright of Hawet vllle are In town for a few days Mr aud Mrs Roland Watlingtin and Miss Daisy were in town Sunday Miss Edith Wheeler Hardin Grove is visiting Miss Belle McCann this week Mrs Geo Driskell and little daughter Grace spent Sunday with Mrs LIsa Best E P Moseley is reported very ill at the home of his daughter Mrs 0 0 Lewis The spring school is progressing very nicely under the instruction of Mis Dee BashamA Miller while doing some car pentering III Rome last week met with a painful accident Mrs McCann returned Friday from a visit to her daughter Mrs Clarence Wheeler Hardlu Grove Mrs M Blain returned from Louis villa last week and will soon have on n full stock of millinery See her ad Remember the entertainment at the City Hall Friday evening Music by Rome Orchestra Admission 10 and 20c Miss Cecil Dix daughter of S H Dix of Roberts Bottom who has been visit- Ing relatives here returned home Satur dayMrs Frank C Ferry who returned from Nortons Infirmary greatly im proved by an operation is now confined to her bed with an attack rheumatism Mrs Will Livers and children have gone to Cannelton Ind to spend the summer and Mr David Jonson will oc cupy their residence during their ab sence Our town was delighted last week at the presence of our old friend and physician Dr Jas Seaton also Dr 0 W Roff of Newton Kansas The two phv sicians have been absent thirty years Mrs 01V Watlington and son Mae ter Edgar Lee have returned home after spending a month with Capt and Mrs Williams Evansville While there she spent some time with fashionable milli ners and now she has on a full stock of millinery here Look for her ad in another column HOLT Spring school will close in five weeks Watch the NEWS next week for Important news L D Addlsons saw mill has commenced its work Brother Joiner preached an Interest- Ing sermon Sunday The prospects for a good wheat crop are very promising Attorney Waldschmidt Canuelton spent Sunday at Addison Henry Dick spent Sunday in Indiana with relatives and friends Mrs Williams and son Loyd returned from Louisville Thursday J H Connor and daughter of Rome were the guests of L L Mitchell Sunday GARFIELD Farmers are much behind with their work owing to the bad weather Bro Bozarth will fill his regular ap pointment at the Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Warren Macy and son Herschell visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Mr Arthur Horsley and Miss Annie Lyons went to Cannelton last week and were married Mr Sidney Jobnaop gave a party to the young people last week Quite a number attended and all say it was the grandest party of the season JOLLY STATION J B Bates went to Louisville Sunday WL Frank went to Louisville Sun day Watch the NEWS next week for Im portant news Miss D6cie Dates entertained n num berof friends Saturday evening Mr and Mrs 0 B Pate and Mrs T N Brlckev Balltown visited relatives hero SundayMr and Mrs James Harris of the Hardinaburg Hotel visited relatives here SundayW Wilson living near this place has recently connected himself with the outside world by telephone Leonard Furrow and sister Miss Nola of Balltown spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives Mr and Mrs J B Rice of Magan Ky after spending a few days here with relatives left for Louisville Sun day evening where they will purchase their spring stock of goods and millinery Rev Wise of Louisville filled his reg ular appointment here Saturday and Sunday and preached his farewell ser monoHev Wise hiss made a host cf friends during his labor here in the past year and all eyes were filled with tears when we bade them good bye Sunday night Rev Shackelford has bepn called to succeed him Master Amiel Pate son of Mr and Mrs J W Pate was attacked Sunday evening by a vicious dog belonging to Abe Bryant The little boy was in the road near his home when the dog attack ed him His screams soon brought him assistance but not until his face and side had been badlv bitten The dog was pursued to the blacksmith shop where some fifteen or twenty shots were fired athim M L Crews being the crack shot of the gang pleads guilty and con fesses the crime The boys injuries will not prove serious as the dog is thought to be free from hydrophobia Good old Granny Metcaif of Ken tucky 89 years old says that Dr Bells Pine Tar ltoney in the best grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial reme dy that has been offered to the people during her life Sold everwhere OAK GROVE Mrs Charles Corley is quite ill N A Hardin was at Dukes Saturday Bill Spencer of Davless county was here Friday Watch theN ws next week for 1mI portant news Mrs Mary Smith who has been quite ill is improving OP Moorman and son Robert were In Hawesville Thursday- T N Snider of Floral was the guest of Meson W T Snider Sunday Tom Downes sold W T Hardin a fine mare for fifty dollars Thursday Tom Downes of Dukes spent Thursday with his sister Mrs W T Hardin Messrs Grant Winkler and Dunn organ agents of Owensboro were here FridayJohn Corley of Patesvllle was the guest of his mother Mrs Charles Corley Sun dayMiss Nora McDaniel of Davless county- Is the guest of her sister Mrs Dora Darker Fred Montigue traveling salesman for O W Adams Son of Louisville was here Fridary Misses Ida Taylor and Floe Moorman have returned from a visit to friends ai Chambers Frank Bradshaw attended a party at- Mr Walter Browns near Chambers Sat urday night Miss Deasie Brown who has been visiting her brother J L Brown at this place has returned to her home at Chambers An ounce of prevention is worth a ponnd of cure and a bottle of BAL LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP used In time is worth a staff of physicians with a drug store or two Included Price 25 and fifty cents Ideas Ideas are often poor ghosts our sun filled eyes cannot make themselves felt But sometimes they are made flesh they breathe upon us with warm breath they touch us with solt responsive hands they look at us with sad sincere eyes and speak to us in appealing tones they are clothed in a living human soul with all Its conflicts Us faith and its love Then their presence is power then they shake unlike a passion and we are drawn after them with gentle compulsion as flame is drawn to flame George Eliot BATTLETQWN M J Bennet nas returned from Inter prise Miss Ellen Ge r is able to be up againWill Livingston is able to go about again Win Blake is Improving his farm near RunWatch the NEW next week for im portant news r D C Thompson went to Brandentjurg on business Friday M J Bennett went to Brandenburg one day last week W R Kendall went to Bock Haven Friday on business Messrr Elisha and Wm Ashcraft were here on business last week Misa Maud Huhbard has gone to New Amsterdam led for an indefinite stay Rev Cooley filled his regular appointment at Cold SpHrie Saturday and Sun dayWith sad regrett we note the death of Pat Pbllpot oneiof Andyvillea reputa ble citizens Alex Sutet whose Illness has been previously mentioned is somewhat improved at this time Mr Joseph Bennett and wife contemplate moving to Schooners Point lad in the near future Richard Greera lime boatI arrived from Green river last week He is quite busily engaged loading it Dr Hardesty of Paynesvllle was here to see the Infant child of Mr and Mr- sJt3e Bennett Tuesday Mr James Hockman has moved into the residence recently vacated by Dr Wilson on West Main Sit Little Macey the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Bennett who has been so seriously sick is much improved at this writingIf would like to hear a first claes agricultural address employ a man to deliver it who never as much as planted his foot upon a farm Winter has again given way to the phaeant springtime The boys and girls are making preparations for the first fishing party which will be the first calm Saturday Mies Lula Jarrett of Stephensport and Miss Efile Haynes of Paynesville spent a few days last week in this vicin ity visiting relatives They were given a peanut festival at Mr Henry Haynes on Wednesday night Miss Jarrett has surely intruded on tome of the girls here by attracting the attention of one of our popular boys x OUT society awakened from a two weeks repose on last Sunday the 25 lost by the uniting in matrimony of two of our popular young people Mr B T Bennett and Miss Ethel Daily at the home of the bride near this place A number of friends and relatives assem bled on the occasion Rev J B Haynes officiating We wish the young and happy couple much joy peace happi ness and success in their matrimonial state Thos W Carter of Ashboro N 0 had kidney trouble and one bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure and he says there is no remedy that will compare with it- GARRETT Watch the NEWS next week for im portant news Eva Buckler spent a few days last week In Garnettsville Mrs W B MatUngly was in Louisville a few days last week- J M Tindall and son Grover went to Brandenburg Monday- W D Asncraft was circulating among friends here last week Mr Gas Banger who has been sick for some tiDlelslmprovJng- Minnie Ritchie was the guest of her sister Mrs John Funk Thursday Miss Bertha and Nettle Fonsbeo were the guests of the Miles girls Thursday nightMrs J W Tuel and children went to her fathers M Meyers at Buras Mon day for a visit Mrs Virgil McOracken and daughter Mrs AL Wilbite were the guests of W W Miles and family last week Mrs Richard Brown who went to Louisville a few days ago for medicall treatment will return home to day SaturdayMiss Falrlelgb who has been the guest of Dora Funk for several days returned home Wednesday accompanied by MieDoraMrs Burch and Gnssie Wright of Hill grove and J Watts and wife of Muldraugh were the guests of Mrs Laura Burch Tuesday The Finns Are Coming There is reason to expect a considerable immigration of Finns to the United States this spring and summer mainly of young men owing to Russias policy of conscripting them into the army The number likely to come is estimated at20000 to 30000 There are very few Finns in this country at present Prof A Powell began the spring term MondayAprll2nd 4 BbLLS SCHOOL HOUSE Farmers are busy preparing for crops Therein talk of a Sundayschool at our school house Watch the NEWS next week for Im portant news Miss Nellie Bell is visiting her sister Mrs Arthur Drlskell N P Bell was the guest of LIge Dris kell last Sunday night- F M C Jolly of near Pellvllle was visiting his fathers family last week Andrew Elder and Alex Stinnett wilt soon have their new dwellings ready for occupancyLittle Myrta Beard of Hardina burg spent a few days with Mrs Taylor Bell last week Miss Mamie Robbins was thrown from her horse a few days ago but escaped serious injury Three of our neighbor boys have gone to Illinois Diesels Burns Bell Mike Robblns and Cliff Stinnett Misses Luella Bell Little and Eala Dowtll and Master Alvin Ball spent the day with Mrs Taylor Bill last Tuesday Mrs Emma Ball wife of D O Bell died Feb 27 after an illness of nearly a year She bore her suffering with Christian fortitude She leaves a sweet little boy Alvfn of four years a kind husband a widowed mother threw brothers and a host of friends to mouth her loss She passed away calmly and left many sweet evidences to her toyed ones that she had gone to rest and sent the sweet message to her far away brother in Texas to meet her in heaven Sorrow not dear husband tut look to Jesus for all things A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved iiI stilled A j place ItI vacant la our home tl hlch never can be filled Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt says Our baby was covered with running sorer D Wltts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles nud skin rlunterjfeltsAAXTEL Cliff Mattingly bad a log rolling Tues day Welch the NEWS next week for important news Houston Pool will crop on Ken Hulls farm this year Charlie Cowild is cropping with B F Hinton this year Ohm Bennett has bought one of F Hulls lots and will build a barn on it Miss AnnIe Henning of Glendeane was a guest at Chester Bennetts last weekIAxtel is progressing We have two totes and a blacksmith shop in it and telephone connection with every part of the county Mnr Kate Bennett wife of Samuel T Bennett died at her home at Axtel January 24th in the sixtysecond year of her age She bad been a great sufferer for five months and death came as a relief She was a devout member of the Catho lic church and was buried in St An thonys cemetery Father Henry con ducting the services She leaves a hus band and four children Oh you who have a mother dear Let no hash word give her pain But cherish and love her all your life Youll never have her like again Then when Ibe called to go away Across Dehthfi dark and troubled tide In pain and anguish you nerd not say Im lonely since my mother died Im lonely since my mother died Though friend and kindred gather near Fcannot check the rising sob Or stay the silent heartfelt tear Ot earthly friends she was the best My ever erring sups to guide j Oh do not smile because I weep Im lonely since my mother died Watch the NEWS next week for im newpLYONSI I IITRADE I I Iff MARK I LAXATIVE SYRUPNATURES CONSTIPATIONI- s Ofl made from the chol cest extracts vegetables and fruits contains no jurious drugs and Is the best prescription that can be compounded for the tare of Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and makes the complexion clear anylaxatlveyourIdrugglstadults For sale by druggists at las per bottle 1 For Sale by SHORT A HAYNES CLOVERPORT KY Manya school 1girl IS said to 7shlftlesswhenI i doesnt deserve 4 the least bit of itr rJ f 1falJsand tired all the time And what can you ex pect Her brain Is being fed with impure blood and her whole System is suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonder fully helped and greatly changed by taking AYersha Hundreds ofthousands of schoolgirls have taken yearsManyhave homes of their own They remember what cured them and now they give the same medi cine to theirown children You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been centurySIM If your bowels are consti pated take Ayers Pills You cant have good health unless you have dally action of the bowels 2s ds a hx mrd1lPCPlta11an121800 Y DoetorItand desire the bet medical advice you doctortreelply AddressDB Mast GLENDEANE Billy Mattingly went to Falls of Rough Subday Wee Mllam Falls of Rough Was here SaturdayWatch tbe NEWS next week for im portant news Mrs Julian Brown was in Hardlns burg Monday biro Dewees IIs In Louisville buying Roods to fill their big store J H Young section boss Is off for a mouth at his home at Stanley Ky Mr and Mrs W 0 Moorman were visiting at Tom Robertsons Sunday Mrs Bib Crlder and bright children of Irvington visited relatives here Sun day Luther lmttb of Rock Oaetle counly was at Dr Dempsters a day or two last week Jens Matthews who is at work at Bu ran was here Saturday and Sunday to see his family Brother Miller preached at Glendeane Sunday forenoon and at night He will preach each first Sunday Mrs James Kincheloe of Carrolton Ky is visiting her old home and num eroUs relatives around Glendeane Misses Mary and Beeeie Moorman and Messrs Paul Dempster Ernest Robertson and Jesse Moorman went to Har dinsbnrg Sunday evening Mlaa Fannie Green opened a private school at her home Monday She deserves a liberal patronage After this week Utopias primary department will be closed and there will be a great many children who can attend a good private school Watch the NEWS next week for Im portant news Oldest Bible 18 Kewttwlcy Mrs T Knoll who died Monday at the age of 83 was the poaeeeeor of a German A Bible known to be more thdn 300 jean + old says the Hancock Clarion It bw been in title Jacob Knoll family that Irnath of time and mrald to be the ollNet bible in the State of Kentucky A A LOUfSYILLL3t A t t Market RcpotW HOTTER 7ElilnU EGGS r Fresh p 10ULl1tVr tSpring tS i Turkeys per lbre r Ducks per lb iii FIELD SEEDS r r reSClover fiRedtoWtasrtluegraasHAY GRAIN PEED nAy S0TlmothGold Bright Straw SSoJ6o + CORN ilKNo41No41No3 7 OATS No a White r8 lfo3 Mixed Oats 26 r WIIEAT 1 5wS No 2 Lone Derry i y3 sn71NO3 s ItYEvNo a Western QS6d 10TATqEsII r Irish per barrel 1 16 4 Sweet per barrel tr3dtjo lONiON5jrri a Per barrel Shoulders iioDACON r7ffCharIISuprcuredhaLard In tiered t e gs4 A MISCELLANEOUS I soNSugar grin pcrcwt 1 iSffls 30 rSCement i FURS + flack skunk No t cued cot to Short stripe skunk 3oo1 do- v 35White q Raccoon No I large laD Oa l Mink No I line cued tit aI Grey fox No rgecaaed Si 09 lieu lox No i large cased i jofflj Muskrat No i large wed wS Opossum No alarye cased ij 3 lideatNotlarge cased arm 00ffOtter No 1 largo cased 7 ooS8 Deaver No i large cated 4 oof96 WOOL HIDES FEATHERS ETC aiIfIDESx8KNOIGreenNo flint Ib 18 hNo6KNotryPrim4344Pjrk n MISCELLANEOUS jkPrime3DJiPrime FDriedWOOL s Hurry v Ij Sit T33Sheerskinscountryl Lambskins country 40 S J5 r ROOTS t OnPinkIJ 4 itsLadysMay x LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS Reported by the Loulirllla Live Stock Ex change Bourbon Stock Ysrds LOITISVILLK Kv March aji Hoo CATTLE 1 Extra good export steers Jjy fbs and up 4 JitSs oo r MoofSlOJOIb 7SCholcD i + 5 JJComronijTUn v 1soallsGoodtoeauaoxen r dCommoetaFeeder S so a 4 eoS SOnull175Veal r + w 0054100rair f Choice packing and possll 3oo Ib j SSGood to extra lightl6o ibto poolb ifa s 0 4Fatala450Pigs75RciulhaSHEEP AND LAMPS r Good to extra shipping sheep 4 i a47S a 3755435Commoatomcdium30053i Hocks 3 00k3 7aKxtra spring mbs f oo6e keCalla FARMERS I Get Rid of Your r rPP i rr- Will Ii or Parwy d 1 1F03E3 f 100000 Pounds i of Sound Pryor Trash liffecoT- O t BE DELIVERED AT Jai j y 4 FACTORY AT CLOVERPORT 1 ts ji JAS B PAGE JR cl O0 C rI j lt- st