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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 8 PAGER 1 56 COLUMNS I 1111 II r r rr 1Ja t l t r rk 1 j Ill4- J N1 1tv 1 I aiN ctf e- tY i x i rc i hr I r J 1riG o y- I 1 iw eh rtt a- teAll1 THE NEJVS TI3 TS FJJ TO YOL XXIV CLOVERPORT WEDNESDAY 11 1900 NO 39 NEW YORK EXPERIENCE Dr J W Meador Of Trisler Ohio County Is Robbed Of 400 By An Eastern ABANDONS HIS TRIP TO THE HOLY LAND I l The following interesting letter is a private from Dr J W ffMeador who was In New York enroute Ste the Holy Land Having promised to Waite for the NEWS while away he grant tas + 4jnt permission to print this letter in full New York City N Y March 301900 Mr John D Babbage Cloverport Ky FRIEND BABBAOK When I met you at Irvington about the Oth inat when I rieet out for parts remote I promised yoT lIne at some time during my jour neying Aa tq whether or not said line was to be private or for the public eye memory serves me not However be that as it may I shall write you briefly any way to redeem said promise as I un eland it and say to you that the moral if it bas any of the old proposes but God disposes has lately been quite forcibly Impressed upon my mindI home against the wiahea and remonstrances of neighbors nnd friends who took a kindly interest in my welfare and with hopes bright and I do think an honest laudable ambition to urge me onto visit the land of patrlachs prophets and Apostle andview the scenes made sacred by the presence of our Savior during his earthly ministry For many years it had been rry chief aim or ambition to accomplish this Through miaf6 tune sickness losses and crosses I constantly kept in view tbe one great object and sought for a favor able opportunltvone of the being health and strength sufficient to hold up and bear the physical and men tal strain Incident to a voyage including sot only tbeAtlanticbut almost the entire length of the Mediterranean say noth ing of railroad travel from home to New York from Liverpool to London and ttgpm Calais on the near coast of France tifc Marseilles on the Mediterranean and in the South of the French Republic Although not by any means well the time arrived at which I had decided to start and I made the venture meeting with you soon after Only one day out from home I became sick and remained several days In the of Ir vington Getting some better I wenton to Louisville where I remained several day neither sick nor well but not in good condition to start on such a jour neyBut finally procuring a ticket from a Steamship agency at Louisville for the Ounard Line I came hero on tho 23rd as the time forsaillng called for on ticket was March tho 24th On arriving hero the same misfortune attended me slck again and I was com palled to ask of the Steamship author H= the as extension of time for sailing 1 which was granted and ilea a transfer to q the White Star Line I omitted to say la the proper place that mytlcket called for London railroad fare from Liverpool included jMfter arranging tbe transfer and ex Benson of time at the Cunard Office what had to do or rather what I did do was o stand near Pier 51 on that clear cool morning and see the grand Steamer Campania float away to the ilrobof her powerful engines bearing a joyous crew and a vast throng of happy passengers Never before had Iso earnestly wished for the health strength and vigor of ten years ago never before did Iso forcibly realize the vanity of the chronic invalid trying to act the part of the robust and healthy or the old and Jinfirm aping youth and vigorous middle age The flowers and leaves of summer meet succumb to tbe froats of winter the sickle of the reaper cuts down the ripening harvest But BO it was another day the 28th oane for sailing and yet I was too un wellid take the risk especially as my phnhere soearnestly opposed the wdPeet re was left pie but to boldly yet- saber pfeadI1glyaak the Canard Com eanytb cancel by ticket which they tnAy did and Lain here in the crime iHfd Tammany oppressed CoBmopoli llglorfjittllB1 ftll looking out ocokalonallyjUpoB the itwd a see Trite 1 which separates lf tWprfMwMch I have BO cbg sail fondly hoped to visit they Q K Kq4vi n t F lo1 r l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tALLgazing Westward in the direction of my humble but dear Kentucky home far away and friends so dear so nnllkA the cold reserved suspiciously inclined New Yorker and eastern traders with whom I must pats the time But New York with its vices its ring its Intrigues money loving and money getting history has its spots of Interest sacred to every patriotic American But of this I need not write in a private letter not prepared for the public Hav lag written of these for publication in one of your neighboring journals I for bear in this to givejnore than a passing notice of old St Pauls chapel in Trinity Parishwhich stood there long before the war terminated hay- Ing been constructed in InJependence year 1770 Under the portico facing Broadway lie the remains of General Richard Montgomery who fell in his thirtyMventh year while le+ dlrg a charge at Quebec Dec Slat 1775 Not one hundred yards away stands the Statue rff Nathaniel Hale a Captain In I the R volntionarr army who was cap turgid mad hung by the British as a spy near the spot where elands the statue and but a few paces from the spot where stood Washington the preceding July 9 1776 with lie army in solid heavy squares about him listening to the fret public and formal reading of the Dtcla ration of which had pass ed the Continental Congress five days I suppose this line of thought is not exactly in place in a of this kind Excuse me please Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh When one is in a lonely condition seeking to while away the hours and if he peers through the mist and dimly sees sombre objects they re flect his feelings and of them he will write or speak as the case may be and gently but surely ignoro lively living themes tbe mental food of a happy be ing I set out to write you briefly but in writing I find it more pleasant to give my thoughts to an old Kentucky ac quaintance than to engage in tbe to me senselees gabble I near about me In the reading and writing rooms of Smith tie McNeils hotel The papers I sometimes peruse here give an account of a dreadful reign of terror about our Capital It Is indeed a bad showing for Kentucky God forbid that this should long continue It is to be feared that innocent blood will be spilled as waterUI there no balm in Gileaj is there no physician there RespectfullyJ A on Since the receipt of this letter the good doctor has had an unfortunate ex perience in the big city which no doubt verifies his first opinion of New Yorkers The New York Evening Poat tells the storyJ W Meador a physician of Trisler Ky according to his own statement SatltfllaY1havlnJmen in this city Nothing proves the truth of his statement except the con firmation of those who knew him dur ing his short stay But the fact that after he had lost by a bogus card game all but 85 of the sum which lie had saved for a trip to Europe he redeeced Lie steamship ticket and returned sorrow fully to Kentucky seems to indicate that his story Is true The case is held up as a typical one in which the victim aaffara and finds little sympathy either from the police or from city officials At the Second precinct police station where complaint was made on the day of the robbery the cage had already dimmed in the memory of the desk sergeant and the information was obtained that the oetuctlvo in whose hands the caso had been placed was sick with pneumonia The following story is told by one who saw the Kentuckian frequently while ho was here uMr Meador came on Friday the 23rd and registered at Hotel He was a physician and well along in life but he was also a lecturer and he had t8 with which he planned to vis it Palestine for lecturing material He said he waa a personal friend of Gov Taylor and showed a letter from Gov Taylor He claimed to have been once a member of the lower house of the Ken tucky Legislature and at another time prospective candidate for Governor On Saturday morning Mr Meador boarded a broadway car to go to the office of the Cunard Line A pleasant looking man followed him ad struck up an acquaintance him self as a Mr Kenney whom Mr Meador recognized as a prominent business man 6ff Frankfort Ky Mr Kenney called him by name and after he had transacted his business atthe steamship office led him away to another office in the vi cinity of Ann street where the man said he could make an advantageous arrangement to exchange him steerage yJ n ticket for cabin portage now THB GAME WAS WORKED I While the two men were there a third disguised SB a drover entered and explained how be had beaten Ihn sharp ers at threecard monte1 At this the so called Mr Kenney confided to Mr Mead or that he would tIt ach the drover R lesson and producing bankdraft for 2000 borrowed 185 of Mr Meadorand proceeded to flecn the drover But first he returned 35 to his real victim When the mousy had been laid on the table a bogus officer ruahed in and hurried both sharper and vIctim out of the office The officer gave Mr Meador tbe usual promise not to arrest him if ha would leave the city immediately tbe sharper consoled him ffor the loss of his money and gave him a London address saying that he would make it right aa soon aa he could cash his draft and the victim was left in the entrance of a large office building while his betrayer went out another reported his Ion to the police and called upon the Mayor several times to protest but having got as far as the Mayors Secretary was not permitted to go further Counting the 25 which was returned to him by the Cunard Com pany he had 110 which was not snffici eat to let him croes the ocean There fore after staving till the 31st and find log no help for him anywhere he left the city and went back to Kentucky Ha was a bright but unsophisticated country physician and he said that his money woe the result of much hard saving on the part of himself and his wife with the particular object of a European hip In view W W Mayhew Merton Wia save I consider One Minute Cough Cure a most wonderful medicine quick and safe It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis grippe whooping cough pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases Its early use prevents consumption Chil dren always like it and mothers endorse ItA R Fisher BRILLIANTSUCCESS The Entertainment Given At The City Hall Friday Night April 6th Was Pleas ing To All CONDUCTED BY MISS SUE BRASHEAR Sttlhen port Ky AprIl9Speclal The entertainment given on Friday Hyenlng for the nenefit of tho Christian Church conducted by Mies Sue Bra shear was a decided success financial y and otherwise All performed the pasta essgaed them In a manner that won appleuse from their audience and showed they had studied well and long Mrs It A Smith deserves especial mention for her arrangement rf the tableaux which were very beautiful and impressiveThe Orchestra furnished de lightful music Miss Sue Brashear captivated the au drence with her soft sweet voice and was heartily encored after sinking tho quaint old faehioned ballad Jennie Everyone went home expressing them solves as having spent the three hours in a most happy manner Miss Sue Brashear desires to exnress her thanks to one and all for the assis tance they rendered her in the work Dont Be Funny It does not pay If you have a good thing tell it right out Dont use false means to attract attention We say right out and mean it too that Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin will care every case of Stomach Trouble It will stop any pain caused by Indigestion it knocks Sick Headache by attacking the cause of tbe complaint and aids you to digest your food no matter what you eat Special Train To Henderson April 15 Sunday April 15th the Louisville Henderson St Louis railway will run aspeclal train to Henderson leaving this point at 011 am and returning at 500 p m for 125 round trib This is onjaccount of tbe Bhoubo and Aerial and Aquatic Athletes Thia grand performance Is free to the entire public and is an that should not be missed r R N MILLER IN INDIANA As of Caleb Powers He Was Supposed to Know of Plot to Kill Goebel ESCAPES WARRANT BY FLIGHT The Journal prints the following interview with R N Miller RN Miller Cwffity Attorney of countyKr and the only man in Western Kentucky fQr whom a warrant has been leaned by the fleck ham contingency lain the city at pres ent the guett of W M Robinson of 1112 North Capitol avenue When located by a Journal reporter last night Mr Mil Ifir expressed rurprlse that his presence in the city had become known but said he was not averse to an interview Said ho I suppose you want to know when I ramo here and when I expect to return BO I might as well tell you my story Shortly after Secretary of State Caleb Powers took his office I was ap pointed by him tut chief of the corpora tion department and en tered upon the duties of the office uMr Powers and myself being inti mate friends and associated together in the office made an arrangement whereby we occupied the satin sleeping room and always took our meals together I am telling you this in order that I may convince you of my Intimate acquaint tines with Secretary of State Powers I do not think there is a man who knows him more intimately than mvself and I want to say to you that if he came before me at this present moment and made oath that he was implicated in even the slightest degree in the death of Mr Goebel I would not believe him Know- Ing him as I do I would unhesitatingly say that he never dreamed of such a thing Golden in his confession ac cuses Powers of being instrumental in bringing the feudists into Frankfort from the mountains In my opinion this is a damnable lie that was well paid for On more than one occasion when it had been reported that certain men were coming in from the mountains I have heard Mr Powers sayIII dont want men like that coming in to see me or else he would say I dont want men coming in to see me at the Capitol who cant let whisky alone Why Miller Fled But thent there isnt any use in dwelling pn the gut or innocence of Mr Powers that matter will be fully determined at the proper time but I couldnt resist saying that which even biB enemies TellejVe that he Is an Innocent man Ilefr Fiankforf on the 5th of Oth of March for my home at Har dinsburg and from there I came to your city on the 12th of March The Imme diate cause of leaving was a quiet warn ing that I received from one of the Goe bel detectiyes He told me that a warrant had been issued for me and the sooner I decamped ttie better it would be for me Yea I am accused of know ing too much about the murder off Mr d I Goebel You see my desk was within eght feet of the window from which it is alleged by the Beckham following the shot was fired that killed Mr Gocbetl At the time the shots were fired I waa sitting by the window but at such an angle that it was impossible for me to have oeen Mr Goebel I heard the shots but did not see Mr Goebel But it is use It ss to discuss this matter for while there are many things that I could and would like to tell you yet lam prevented from doing so btcauno It would in volvu a premature disclosure of some of the evidence wo expect to use at the trial At the present time it Is my in tintlon to locate In your city I was born in Indians und have always wanted to return here I can not say when I will return to Kentucky but think in about three weeks I will not go to Frankfort for It would be exceed tingly unsafe for mo to do so Yon can accuEe a roan of being a Republican in Frankfort and Indict and hang him on the charge Predicts Civil War III cannot say anything of the ulti mate outcome of tbe trouble in Kentuc ky but feel satisfied that if Gov Taylor Is deposed civil war will follow as sure ly as the sun shines Gov Taylor and myself arn Intimate friends and I know whereof I speak I do not think they will have temerity to arrest Gov Taylor at the present time but imagine they will try to indict him at some future session of the grand jury The whole Beckham is a blackhearted lot and it has called to Its assistance Tom Campbell one of tbe most consum mate scoundrels on the face of the earth No Warrant For Miller FRANKFORT KY April 4Soecial There is no warrant for the arrest of R N Miller of county It Is not thought that he had any con nection with the assassination but it is believed that he would make a good witness for the prosecution It is regarded as strange though that as soon as the began making ar rests Miller got a horse rode through the country to the Ohio river and cross ed over to Indiana where be has been since thenuThe wicked flee where no man pursnetb said one of the prosecut- Ing attorneys tonight when asked about known that Miller was at his desk in the outer room of the Secretary of States office when the shots were fired His desk Is against the wall dividing that room and the Secretarys private office Courier Journal rP G f- 3J 1 CoUMMS FEJNIu KENTUCKY Friend ROYALBaking The strongest purest most efficient and wholesome of leavening agents Not lowest in price yet the most economical 5 indispens able to all who appreciate the best and most healthful food Our is enjoying prosperityalmost unsurpassed in its history j For everyone there is money enough to buy that to eat which is pure sound good wholesomeWhy we use impure un healthful articles of food There is no economy in them they endanger the health theymay cost life There are reported almost daily cases of sickness caused by eat ing cake puddings or made with the cheapalum baking powders- In all articles for food buy and use only the best The good health of the is of first consideration Alum is used in many taxing powders because it makes poundAlum dren I Yet the manufacturers of wellknown alum powders are actually denying that their goods contain it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK LITERARYSOCIETY The Breckenridge Normal Col lege At Hardinsburg Ex ceeds In Work VISITORS ARE WELCOME In view of the fact that wb believe a Literary Society to be a distinct and im portant feature leading to the suttees of any school and having been appointed by the Society as reporter to the News I take pleasure in writing the proceedings of the Society On Friday night March 23 the Society met at the Normal College which is a large beautiful and commo dious building t After the crowd had assembled the house being well filled by members and visitors Prof Roberts in the absence of both President aud VicePresident call ed the house to order and proceeded to elect a President pro tern y after which a general election was held to fill all the offices of the Society this being the time named for the election of new officers The following were elected Mr It W Meador President Mr A R Whelan VicePresident Miss Susie Burch Secretary Mr Lewis Ditto Attorneyall- of whom are able and worthy mambos of the Society and are those whose ablll ity and willingness to work have made them prominent members of whom tho Society is proud There were other of fices all ofwhich were filled by worthy member those whom we believe will faithfully discharge the duties of their respective offices After the election of officers the order of tbe day was taken up and a well ren dered programme was carried out the members with but few exceptions re sponding to tbe work assigned them and each one performing his part in such a manner as to do credit to himself and to make the exercises both interesting and elevating Ono feature of the Society which we are especially glad to note is the good o A r l 66 L APRIL Sharper communication adageuMan prerequisites neighborhood jKaogbt Revolutionary Independence beforeBut communication SmltbMcNells representing doo- rMrYtador etupenduous entertainment Indianapolis Breckeurirtge immediately permanently contingency Breckenridge Commonwealth MillerIt country cheap biscuit family Literary ALWAYS Breckenridge attention and good behavior of all who attend In manifestation of their belief that the same will continue the mem berg of the Society almost unanimously elected little Dan Roberts the six year old son of Prof Roberts ps the only peace officer of the Society Hurrah for Dan Young M he is he enroll as a member and answers hm cull at each meeting While ho may not perform any great part In the work yet wo be lieve in giving the children a chance and hois now laying a foundation upon winch he will be proud to build in after yearsAll these signs of interest in literary together with many oilure show that the good people of Hanllugrmrg are coming to the front in education mat ters and wish to see the time come in I the near future when Breckeuridge County shall bu known along educational lines as the banner county of the grand old commonwealth I am a strong advccato of Literary So cieties in public schools as well as colleges for In thoee we receive a training which we cannot receive elsewhere They not only educate us in the line of work done in the scciety whichalone is sufficient to reward us for our time and etlort but aleo teach us to investi gate to think for outaelvee to be origi nal in thought and expression and above all to express ourselves clearly and dis tinctly We hope that each member of this school when they shall have gone to their different professions may point with pride to their work in the Society as being one of the many features of the school that JaRS achieved for them whatever suttees they may make in life We are proud of the Society and we know that under the direction and through the eflorts of such energetic conscientious wlsdom loving teachers as compose the faculty ofuThe Brecken ridge Normal College the Society will know no such word as failure but will always take the word success for its watch word Tbe visitors we most heartily thank for their presence We are glad to have them with us and now at eachaud everyone of our meetings we extend to them a cordial invitation to come and bring their frlend8J W F Neuralgic pains rheumatism lum bago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influence of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 and 50 cents Queen Victoria visited Ireland last week the first time in twenty year tesY r j r TT 1a F r 1I 1r 1w w i fh a 9 Ji I 4 n- r S =r 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 JIIIIDi AU1N r P THE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG 11 By REV CHARLES M SHELDON SgJ Author of In Ills Steps Whtit Would Jesus Do Alulcom 5gj jlf Kirlt Robert Hardyn Seven Days Etc t 4 Copyrighted 1800 byTho Advocate Publishing Co 11fl 1i1 rMY u1 JtYl1fl l J tJfJFi jIt IiNIflW1IIIit l If IlJIIItiiirIt tI111fWiy1iiW = They menu Wore than frighten Mr Strong they menu business Why dont you have tlieiu nrrogteil tVu for conspiracy It you ovprheurtl tltcir tnlk they are utility und could be couvktid Nut In Milton Mr Strong IteaWw thcM1 WUII tL iiiuf nifiitloiMxl and toot wir inI iuliUi They art vl1 i a we CoUld tell they it l y i Bough Not to prove L itiinl tour though A 1I u eauu to warn met That v I ui of you my brother Philip w b the wlnsone affection for i 1 111 made his hold on common Ii o tic grappling vine with lov jj I IfiilJ lll A s Er Strung I tell you the rum wi almost hold a prayer meeting 11ii v u leave Milton And they t in i10 luke you trouble enough until i 4I II no If I wan youtbe man l urlouily If t wall yon Id i iji ml leave this Uod forsaken ii XII Htron- gYI v oiildr Philip glanced at the wilch still hy niton the couch i11m Suppose I should uy III III Iolt made up my mind to do ast- tiuit tiiii if r11 iII i Mr Strong you dont mean t The wan made a gesture to v I Pt illp that revealed a world of I nu and of hunger for fellowship tt P1tO Philips heart throb with a f 1 of Intense joy mingled with an of pain The man at once re cilI Ids emotion It had been Ilk nilI V snugI flash out of a summer cloud X said Philip as If continuing I IINIVL been thinking ot leaving Mil tii wnt might be best Youre In lng r IHIV No telling when non barm may ioine to you YVll Im thinking I might as well Iiavc My vork hero has liecn a full un anyway I What a fnlluro Mr Strong you dont know the fncts There tins never botn u minister In Milton who did HO lutiili fur the tK or and the working man ns yourself Let me toll you the man continued with au eniiiLstiitsi thnt coiicvalctl an umotlou ho was try Ing to mibduo Mr Strong It you were to leave Milton now It would Itu a greater loss to tho common people than you can Imagine You may not know It but your Intluciico among us Is very great I have lived In Milton as boy and man for 30 yearn and I never knew so many laboring men attend church and the lectures In the halt as during the few mouths you have been here Your work here has not been n failure It has been a great success A tear stole out of Philips eye and rolled down and tell with a warm splash on the letter which lay beside him It a 2500 call could bu drowned by one tear that professorship In so clology In VVilrvlcw seminary was In danger Bo you think the people In this neighborhood would miss mo a little ho asked almost as modestly as If were asking a great favor heI Would they Mr Strong You will never know what you have done for them If the mill men were to hear of your leaving they would come down here In a body and almost compel you to stay I cannot bear to think of your going And yet tho danger you are In the whisky men Philip roused himself up interrupt lug his visitor The old time Hush of righteous Indignation shot out of his eyes as he exclaimed I am more than half minded to stay on that account Tho rummies would think they hail beaten me out If I loft Oh Mr Strong I cant tell you how glad wo would be If you would only stay And yet And yet replied Philip with a sad smile there are many things to take Into the account I thank you out of my heart for the love you have shown Your IClfluTeItme It moans more than words can express And Philip leaned back with a wearied look on his face which nevertheless revealed his deep satisfac tion at the thought of such friendship ns this man hall for him Ho was getting exhausted with tho Interview following so soon on his Illness of the night before Tho visitor was quick to notice It and after a warm clasp of hands bo went away Philip lying there alone while his wife was busy down stairs lived an ago In a few minutes All hIs life rn In tlthn ft i preaching and his experiences In tin cluirch hiM contact with the workmen his ovldcut lull Liluce over them the thought of what they would feel li ease he left Milton to accept this nen work the dlsiwtlBfnctlon at tin thought of an unaccomplished work abandoned JIM thought of the exnlta tton of the whisky men nil this am i much more surged In and out lit Ills wInd and heart like heavy tides ot- aj hearing ocean as It rushes Into some deep fissure ami then liowu balk again with noise nail power He strug gled up Into a sitting position and with pain of body almost fell from the couch upon his knees and with hit face bowed upon the letter which he spread out before him with both hands he sobbed out a yearning cry to bis Muster for light In his darkness It came as he kneeled down and It did not sotiu to him at all Ktianso or absurd that as be kneeled there came to his thought a picture of the Brother Man And be could almost hear the Brother Man say Your work Is In Milton In Calvary church yet Except a man shall renounce all that be hath he cannot be his disciple It mat tered not to Philip that the answer to his prayer came In this particular way lie was not superstitious or morbid or given to yielding to impulse or fancy lie lay down upon the couch again and knew In his heart that be was at peace with God and his own conscience In drcldlng to stay with Calvary church and refuse the call to FatrvlewCIIAPTICH XVIII When a few minutes later Mrs Strong came up Philip told her ex actly how he had decided 9 cannot leave these jraor fellows In the tenements yet MyI work Is just IteglniiliiK to count with UKSI And the church oh Sarah I lovivJt for I- tIlmluch possibilities and It must yield And then the whisky menI Itenr to have them think me driven out defeated And In addition to all the rest I have a reeling that God hits a wonderful blessing In store for mu and the church very soon and I cannot bautab tho feeling that If I accept the call to Falrvlew I should always bu haunted by that ghost of Duty murdered and run awny from which would make me unhappy in all my future work Dear little woman PhilipI went on as ho drew his wifes head down and kissed her tenderly while tears of disappointment fell from herlIttlu woman you know you are the dearest of all earthly beings to me And my soul tells me the reason you loved me enough to share earths troubles with me was that you knew I could not be a coward In the taco of my duty my I conscience and my God i SOi came In a sob of mingled anguish and happiness Yes Philip but It was only for your sake I wanted you to leave this work It Is killing you Yetanll she lifted her head with a smile through all the teurset Philip whither thou goest I will go and where thou lodgest I will lodge thy people shall be my peo pIe and thy God my God Where thou dlest will 1 die and there will I be burled the Lord do so to mo and more also If aught but death part thee and I me1 There were people III MlltOU who I could not understand how n person of such refined and even naturally expen I sive and luxurious Imbltx as the minis could endure theters wife possessed I llfo be hind planned for himself and his Idea of Christian living In general Philip could have told them If he had been no minded And this scene could have revealed It to any one who knew time minister and his wife as they really were That was a sacred sceno to hus band and wife something that belong ed to them one of those things which the world did not know null hind no business to know When tho first Sunday of another month had come Mr Strong felt quite well again A rumor of his call to Inlrvlcw hind gone out and to tho few lutliuato friends who asked him about It be did not deny but he saul little The tlmo was precious to him lie plunged into the work with an enthu Blasm and a purpose which sprang front his knowledge that he was at last really gaining some Influence in tho tenement district Tho condition of affairs In that neigh borhood was growing worse Instead of bettor The amount of vice drunken ness crime and brutality made his sen sitive heart quiver a hundred times a day as he went his way through It all ills study of tho whole question led him to the conviction that one of the great needs of the place was a new I home lIfo for the people The tenements were owned and rented by men of wealth and Influence Many of these men were In the church DIe couraged as lie hull so often been In his endeavor to get tho moneyed men of tho congregation to consecrate their property to Christian uses Philip camo up to that first Sunday with a now phase of the same great subject which pressed so bard for utterance that he could not keep It back As ho faced the church this morning he faced an audience composed of very conflicting elements Representatives of labor were conspicuous IIn tho gal tories People whom be had asslstc at one time and another were scattered through tho house mostly In tho back seats under the choir gallery Ills own membership was represented by met who while opposed to his idea of tin Christian life and his Interpretation ot Christ nevertheless continued to gc and hear him preach Tho Incident ot thi sextons application for member ship and his rejection by vote had also told somewhat In favor of the minister Many preachers would have rcslguet after such n scene He had sold his say about It and thou refused to speal or be Interviewed by the papers on the subject What It cost him In suffcrlnj was his own secret lint this morning as he rose to give his mcssaw In the person of Christ the thought of the continued suffering anti shame and degradation In the tenement district tim thought of the great wealth In the possession of the church which might be Ufcd almost to transform the hives of thousand of poetic If the men of tidies In Calvary church would only sec tho kingdom of God In its demands on them this voiced his cry to tho people and gave his sermon the signifi canoe and solemnity of a prophets In uplratlon 80 he rxtlalmtd as he wont on after drawing a vivid picture of the inlsernhk condition of life In the buildings which could not be called homes see what u change touhl bt wrought by the use of a few thousand dollars down there And here this morning in this house men are sitting who own very many of those tune ments who are getting tin rent front them every month who conk without suffering one single sorrow without depriving themselves of one necessity or even luxury of life BO change the surroundings of these people that they would enjoy the physical life God gave them and be able to see bis love In the lives of his disciples Oh my brethren In not this your opportunity P What lit money compared with human ity T What Iis the meaning of our die clpleshlp unless we mire using what led has given us to bulb up his king dom 1 The money represented by thin church could rebuild the entire tene ment district The men who own these buIldings He paused as It he had uddenly become aware that he might be saying an unwise thing Then after a brief hesitation ns If he had jatisfled his own doubt he repeated The naomi who own these tenements and members of other churches be sides Calvary are among the owners are guilty In time sight of God for al lowing human beings made In lila Im age to grow up In such horrible cur roundings when It Is In the power of- money to stop It Therefore they shall receive greater coiulemnntlon at the last when Christ sits on the throne of the universe to judge tho world For will he not say ns he said long years ago 1 was uti hungered and ye gave me 110 meat naked and ye clothed me not Hick and In miserable dwelllngH reeking with tilth and disease mid ye drew the hire of these places and visited me not J IFor are these men and women awl children not our brethren1 Verily God will require It at our hands oh men of Milton If having the power to use Gods property so as to make tho world happier and bettor we refuse to do so and go our ways careless of our responsibility mind selfish In our use of Gods money Philip closed his sermon with un ac count of facts concerning time condition of some of the people bo himself had visited When the service closed more than one property owner went away secretly enraged at the ministers bold antI as most of them said and thought Impertinent meddling In their busi ness Was bo wise Anti yet ho had boon to moro than ono of these men In private with the saute message Did ho not have the right to speak In pub- lIc Did not Christ do so Would be not do so It be were here on earth again And Philip seeing the great need seeing the mighty power of mon ey seeing the indifference of these men to time whole matter seeing their lie termination to conduct their business for the gain of It without regard to the condition of life with his heart sore and his soul Indignant at tho suffering he had witnessed came into tho church and flung his sword of wrath out of Its scabbard smiting at the very thing dearest of all things to thousands of church members today tho money the property time gain of acquisition and he smote perhaps with a somewhat un wise energy of denunciation yet with his heart crying out for wisdom with every blow he struck Would Christ say It Would be say IU And his sensitive keenly suffering spirit heard time answer Yes I believe ho would Hack of that answer ho did not go in those days so rapidly drawing to their tremendous close lie bowed the soul of him to his Master and said Thy will bo done Tho week following this Sunday was ono of the busiest Philip had known With tim approach of warmer weather a great deal of sickness came on no was going early and late on errands of mercy to the poor souls all about his own house The people knew him now and loved him Uo comforted his spir it with that knowledge as ho prayed and worked lie was going through one of the nar row courts one night on his way home with his head bent down and his thoughts on some scene of suffering when ho was suddenly confronted by a young minim who stepped quickly out front a shadowed corner threw ono arm about Philips neck and placed his other hand over his mouth and at tempted to throw him over backward It was very lute and there was no ono in sight Philip Bald to himself This U tho attack of which I was warned lie was taken altogether by surprise but being active and self pOSe sessed ho sharply threw himself for ward repelling his assailants attack and succeeded in pulling tho mans hand away from his mouth His first seconds Instinct was to cry out for help his next was to keep still Ho suddenly felt tho other giving way Tilt strength seemed to be leaving himI Philip ailing up some of his know idgi of wrestling gained while In col liSi threw Ills entire weight upon him and to his surprise the man offered no rcslHtuuce They both tell heavily up on tine ground tilt man underneath He hail not np eu1ind no onto bad yet appeared As tho man lay there motionless Philip rose and stood over him ly tin dim light that partly Illumi nated tim court tram n street lamp farther on he saw that lila assailant was stunned There was a pump not tar away Philip went over and brought smite water After a few mo mentfi the mon recovered conscious ness He sat up and looked about in nIconfused mauner Philip stood near I by looking at him thoughtfully CHAPTER XIX An time mUll looked up at Philip In a Jnzed and uncertain manner Philip rld slowly Youre not hurt fjodly I hope Why did you attack mo The man seemed too bewildered to answer Philip loaned over and put Otto arm about him to help him rise lIe struggled to his feet and almost Instantly sat down on the curb at tho side of the toad holding ills head lie tween bis bands Ior a moment Phil ip hesitated Then lie sat down beside him anti after finding out that lie was not seriously hurt succeeded In draw lag him Into a conversation which grow more and mote remarkable ns it went on As he thought back upon It afterward Philip was unable to ac count exactly for the way In which tho confidence between him and his assailant had been brought about The lad dent Mel all that flowed out of it had such n bearing on the crucifixion that It belongs to time whole story Then you say went on Philip after they hail been talking briefly in ques Hind turtle consumption tloii and answered for a few minutes you say that you meant to rob me taking me for another man Yes I thought you was the mill I What Is his name Winter WIny did you want to rob him The man looked up and said hoarse ly almest savagely Because ho has money and I was hungry How long have you been hungry I have not had anything to eat for almost three days There Is food to be hUll at tho poor commissioners Did you know that factT The man did not answer and Philip asked him again The reply came In n tone of bitter emphasis that made the minister start Yes I knew It 1 would starve be fore I would go to the poor commis sioners for food Or steal asked Philip gently Yes or steal Wouldnt you Philip stared out Into the darkness of time court and answered honestly I dont know There was a short pause Then ho askedCant you get work It was a hopeless question to put ton man In a town of over 2000 Idle men The answer was what ho knew It would be Work Can I pick up a bushel of gold in tine street out there Can a man get work where there aint any What have you been doing I was fireman at the Lake mills Good job lost it when they closed down last winter What have you been doing since Anything 1 could get Are you a married man Tho question affected tho other strangely Ho trembled all over put his head between his knees anti out of his hearts anguish flowed time words I hall n wife Shes dead of con sumption I had a lltUo girl SItes dead too Thank God exclaimed tho man with a change from n sob to a curse Thank GodI And curses on all rich men who had It In their power to prevent the hell on earth for other people and which they will feel for themselves In tho other world Philip did not say anything for somo time What cpuld any man say to an other at once under such circum stances Finally be said What will you do with money If 1 give you some I dont want your money replied the man I thought you did a little while ago It was the mill owners money I wanted Youre the preacher aint you up at Calvary church Yes How did you know Ive seen you heard you preach once I never thought I should como to thisholding up a preacher down heroI And the man laughed a hard short laugh I Then youre not Philip hardly knew low to say It Ho wanted to say that time man was not connected In any way with the saloon element Youre driven to this desperate course on your own account The reason I 03k Is lie cause I have been threatened by the whisky men and at first I supposed you vere ono of their men No sir was tho answer almost In iv6disgust I may bo pretty bad but not low thatso as IThen waslaUliyour only motive ger That was nil Enough aint Itf We cant discuss time matter here said Philip lIe hesitated rose and stood there looking nt the man who lint ntmsITwo or three persons came out of a street near by and walked past Phil Ip know theta and said good evening They thought he was helping some drunken man a thing be had often done and they went along without stopping Again tho street was de sorted What will you do now Where will you go COSTIXUKD Millions Given Away Itis certainly gratifying to time puMI to know of onu noncom in thd land win ant not afraid to be generous to tho needy and suffering Time proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for CoruuinpUon Coughs and Colils have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine awl have tho satIsfaction of knowing It hag cured thoimtmls oiI hopelrw cases Asthma Uronuliiti Hoarseness and all diseases of time throat died anti lungs aro surely cured by it Call on Short d Uaynot druggists And gut a trial bottle free Regular alt 0Qu anti 1 Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded Spoiling Good Material To witty bscksmitha ere educated I into lixsysrL too rail butcher b come d niton tot many boys boom the wrong sort of mtn If tho farmer boys romninvd on this form and blacksmith hoes ntnyp1 by the orge if hotelier Los sok to Lbs oeavr awl clttrk boy dunn tn thy ronni r if tttI probation I and the truJt wore fllld by timers only i who sri eligible and folk could hull am i to Ill hoe thIngs which In natures leheuie tin y could do bear thra would be lest misdirected onergy in this world and civil satlon wond go forward at a pace much more rpid Newport Nw Prei WorldII The bloat In the WB believe Gbarnbnrialng Cough I llemvy Ila the best in th world A tow weeks rgo we suffered with a Mtvrre cold and a troublesome cough and hay lug mid thitir nilvtrtlsinenlain our own and other papers we purchaw d u bottle to MO if it would affect us It cured us before time bottle was more titan hall used It is the brat medicine out for colds and coughs Thn Herald Ander onvill lUll For sale by A IL Fisher Uloverport R A Shellman Stephens port BELL SPRING 0 P1 Hardaway counts his little girls two since March 4th Miss Carrie Gilplu is attending Prof fowlers school at Caster lai meeting wae held at High Plains umtay with Bro 0 P Lawson as leader Miss Maggie Lawton l1asreturned from S visit to her sIster Mrs Moy Jolmton Miss Rosa D HardawAY has returned from n pleasant visit to relatives at Bg Spring Mrs Amelia Bennett eon and daughter were the gucatsl of Mrs Hardaway and laughter recently Little Owen E Dickerson died March 2ntl of brain trouble This precious babe will be much mlllged by it sparents and piatlver Much Bjmpathy Free of Charge Any adult sufferIng from a cold settled on tho breast bronchitis throat or lung roubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will bo presented with a ample bpttlo of Boscheea German syrup free of charge Only ono bottle ivon to one person and none to children without order from parents No throat or lung remedy ever had LUCk a sale as Boscheee German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given iway and your druggist will tell YOU its uccesa woo marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy general- Ly endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottle will cure or prove its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries Tho Easter Bazar The Easter Bazar given by the ladles if the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon and night April 3rd was well patronized The counters and wall of Dr Newsoms hall were well filled with pretty and useful articles made by deft fingers of these nergetlc and accomplished ladies There was a great demand for bonnets prone and fancy wprk and the candy nder the supervision of Miss Lula 0wen was one of the crowning successes Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism KENNA Jackson Co W Va About thrao years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed lor over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr 8 Maddox insisted on my using Chamber sins Pain Balm I purchased a filLy ent bottle and used it according to the irectiona and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance In any manner and abe has not had a imilar attack slnceA B Parsons For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport n- A Shellman Stephensport llUllSPalatable TOllE Better than Calo mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonicas asa SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever 11 NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50c ancl100 Bottles H rQCI fc Spring IMillineryI andii U ready for inspection iiontire lino designs embraces all lhoii Bonnets Tarn e OShantcrs Sailors i ic3i Ribbons and i Plumest- ho people of Slcphensport iopportnni Come while the stock P fresh and pick your Spring headgear isjj Mrs Ella Wellington Slcphensport Ky ClO n uu FOR SALE Clover Leaf- Fertilizer FOR CORN A ND- TOBACCOI ASL1 OELZE CLOVERPORT KY t Oii The Candy i She LikesII I Madoii IMadoI i i Cocoanut Creamsii i Nut Creams i i i i iiI e i iiSendyour orders to iiADDIE LOUISE BABBAGE i iiCloverport KyJ Job Work done on abort notice Call and see us Henderson Route Lo11Ti111 HdciiOSStS LowRy CO rime Card In Effect June 18 1899 HAST hOUND INo 4JINO 4 N 46 LvIvansllIe 823310 SOpmlhnmemoa 21f 3111lIubt32Spoltlvillo 328II315Worthlrgtou752Stonier 39 4Grlffilh802Mailing07Owentboro DOPtel829Powers4jVattmnis 13Lewliport 4liralon906Peirie 31 433hlawesyllierorennhtflTeidltyJI 920 440 430 8ShoplI lITCIrrport520Addiein525SmpIePlJrce 4 1034 1 3j 1143VtersonIin603tkrwitlllIIlIrandbUfJl1124llockHaWH 640Willowl 64SJJnw645XnUltIt720UatavUb=CCC 0 = WBvr DOl olD ISo tjSo 43 No u LawltVill aIkfallllJey atVut918JloWlilomUl 8 37 548 93110mgi tAtKlivoijjGuiouth71rrintot 1002VIItter100SLodlt014Iiercs1021Ilepqron11031AtWII OloiClflYertJOIt1014Shnti1049SkUisn 1069I1ttLe 1049 812 19JwbpotI 833lowtrs1139JahV l158cMitirgly 921Sl2IStnWotthlrgton 9S2I847ft 1232 1289 1010Evoiuvll25StLoulosand 46 have rcllman Huflet Sleeping Con and elegant highback irat Pauroctr Coach through between Louisville Kvontville unit St changeNos elegant highback seat tauengcr Coaches and Iarlur Car service through between Louisville Kvansyille and St Louis without change cleganCoachout ChangcEDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisville Ky LIHH St LLIWYIB FordsYille Branch TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 WestBound Trains East Bound Train No St NoSt STATIONS No2f tNo IAM Mi PM 1 l 43hisolistI I 509II00Ii46Ii21Is12 SO 8 25 Fall of Hough 715 400 12 50 8 45 Dempster 6 67 3 42 12 55 850 Kockvale 6 lIS 3 88 1 00 863 Iluth 6 48 3 sa 1 OJ 900 Alklns 6 H 3 29 113 908 Oaks 686 3 21 1 20 915- rtt Ar FordsvUle LT 6 SO 3 15 TM I AM ru DallyTrains 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with Trains NOl j and for points on Fordsvill branch Trains a 3 lied run daily Train Nos s fnd of connect lit Irington with MaID 1Ino train 4141 43 and 44 LOUISVILLE EVANSVIL- LEdAIL 00 1 Incorporated I Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARASCON P TELL CITY HE G RAGON ROSE HITE AN- DBELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON t uperintendentOEHYDESI G F and Po AgentLouisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK Quick TIme Close Connections Low Rate GREGORY CO LUMBER iDoors Sash Laths Shingle Lime Cement Hay Nixed Feed FertlllMr Cliut Wags R B Esofleg I 44 +4 ow an = j I q THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 3 LOUISVILLE D arket Reports- i JtUTTElt lce country 17 ln a6MJ EGGS= nh 9 FOU1VTKY 8 nipcrlb C iDijCIilclieniptrlb 7311 lirlJtperlb 7fTh10 t3gr1b 8 1pIgI n SEEDS mothy perbaihel 1 Iver per bushel S oas 15 Imoon Cloer per bushel on d Top ptr bushel 1 chard Grass per bum Isoiisu- cgrass lancy rer bushel1 Ho HAY CHAIN IERb HAY 13Si40nnOlbyJ CORN 2 White at atore told 43 02 Mixed old 43Lf 03Whit new 41H 03 Mixed new 43 OATS 0 White s8 03 Mixed Oall 6 WHEAT o 2 Lone Beiry 73 10 a Hal oJ o 3to 7 EVE oa Western Uta6sH PoTATOES lib per bllrel j I 4Gl So wee per barrel 3 aj 9a SO 1 ONIONS barrel I o n coN houlders Ifleimb lidea B Irar sides ijII ugar cured hams iJxjut In tierces SlWX MISCELLANEOUS lt7ba bM I 5 JL O Molancs 4lfl t03 uzar cran Jirrcwrt iSsJj 30 Ia per bill 71 ementper btl Me 7 5 Pulls Hack skunk No i rend i Q NCPi 10 hors tlrlp stunk soQ 00 oufeltpe skunk v fi e 35 VMuskank M accoon No I large d 6j Mink Nn i large cad 31 1- 5OreyfnxNo I large cat d Qi fa lien fox No I largf cased i jo pi nu- Matkiat No I large caed 0 10 Icossnra No i laruc cased s ia 35 Vlld cit No i Urge owed a170 30 tier No 1 large cased 7 oo8 oo leaver No i Urge ca ed 4 ooQ oo WOOL HIDES HEATHENS EtC units Io i Green talteil per lb 8- No a Green tailed per lb 8 No i Dry flint per lb No a Dry flint per In ISH Not Drv lalttdl per lb No i Dry ailed per lb 15- KKATHEHS Prime white Urn coose per lb 43844 Dark and mixed old per lb 17JJ MISCELLANEOUS Tallow per lb 4K Prime beetwax per lb 2H nDried Dried peaches new I per lb 40- jj WOOL lorry ll 5S13 Rood tabwathed per lb 33 HQ I GStjaLambskinsrj L ROOTS eca make ai rtJaj Pink Ii IsMyMay Apple IU llccnrd For the Fox In Jaime All over Japan you will ecc Images of foxes old foxes with their noses chipped nud their ears broken off older foxca still with a growth of moss on their backs sly alert fuses with nose perked smartly In the nlr great foxes sand little foxes sages and clowns all Aids and degrees showIng the preva lence of this belief In the laud of the wlstnrla nUll the fan and also showing In what respect the fox Is held It III curious to note that In all countries the fox above all other animals has been considered to exert great Influence and power All nations have legends of which the cunning end Intelligence of the fos are the theme It Is estimated that at any given time In Germany alone 1300000 per sons ore afflicted with consumption and 1200000 In America have It at all times Professor Hirsch pronounces It emphatically a dlseaaa of all times all countries ned all races 4 Is v k I THE VELVET BEAN No plant introduced iu recent yeats has received BO much favorable notice as thn velvet beau nor Is there a plant niord worthy of the earnest nttfliiUou of the I Southern farmers It belongs to the legume family and as a nitrogen gatherer aslly otandu at the head of thts list The Alabama experiment station tost I ted it thoroughly uud found that the vines from an aero coutnin d 201 pounds of nitrogen and when turned under would equal in fortll zing value an appli cation ot 2800 pouuda of oottouowtt inuxll TUB plot on which tho beaus wen grown a pooreaiuly loam WBB planted In o IB the year following and yielded Uilrty four buthch peruuv whoreas an ndj lu log plot whore crab grass had hose plow ed under yielded only eight biuhttta till plot being worked and cjitivatud in identically thi amo manrjur Hundreds of farmara roport equally atiilaotory r euUii on till kinds of crops foifowiuiI tbu beans Oa the poor thin lands of Florida the rcriulta in iinpruv UK the suit have lHt1litUfJolt of murveloUH I Thu velvetI bcttn will grow mall the Sjuihern tHat ou lUj pj JIKHI 8JIIII Iud yitliistin uuornijUi urupof vine As Hmuok feed it fur tXueedll cuvp aiiu uuiritivo vJla and vvil yieldi ibrce ton ot hay or 1500 panndsot vnelled WSBU tquiyatent to tue hint wIi htia cotton I4Ittd meal in autlynfo fly plinth thin jient crop M n rotation the icrtil z r bills oun bd leduccd otmhaif In it will Iw ueoBMsry to supply ciups foluwit g with lioUMih and phoophorio acid oiuy the Dcau6 supplying euillciniit nitnvu from lhn iir lYe bean will be wor ii lailliuMoi dollars to the South in restoring warn out cotton fields lid poor Mode and ov ry farmer ehould pant Numft tbia your if only fur BSperlniauiall purpoit Leading taimus who nil test llttii CiO SilL ft quwtuit sd dvlivcrttl whb fall limtrnatiouH for planting by Mindltig a dime Iota crmle to Kline 0 VruFoit Mmde Fla LsGripjie coughs often coitinua for months and aonwtlmi lend to fatal re stilts after the psttiuut Is Mippontd to hayei paeeeJ the danger point FoUyfl Honey and far affordi poiitivn prolec tioa and security from thta uoitKhr Fashion Hints The most llhoablo belt off the season is made of gun metal and about one inch wide Many of tbesa belts bavw stool cbalni at tho left Bids to whiuli ar fasten d bags of leathar for pure enop plug list handkershief 4tn AnotherI jirutty hilt fs mnde to ba worn ov jr a i crush halt of untie It is a long slender i chain of silver with largn links and fatit ens with a qumr little ball aud catch of I 11rl1mn are wokHig white to the ex elusion everything I in their liouief Th ineUisit of nil tie fr11I g Wile are madu of whito flauoclor clilu crtpe de corated with soIL white lacn nd slk rib bous The underwear worn top is almost invariably white some time ago colored undfrwour pre ailid but women hitve Cyril given uj the vrinrlng of tin ted corsols A rosette of v Ivet iu thu heir is also anew faiblon in hharp oontnut to bjgh stiff bows and atgrolUe that l hit bulu- in style for oo long Thijrr is Hn ominous rumor that wnro ell sr to sear galhtitetlskIti Box pluitJ pkirle arM lnru elrely ami xvliil thy ant not muilvM with surh opJn arniHas WPS flit ImlilMmrk Mill thy are boicg worn Itrema ns to be sesri if nm11J will go hACk in th fftlt ions of 30 yearn 10 LilhtwntA1I are worn nlfTily nn1 It nrfiln only tie promised Ilmd pkirto to make the pirlllr CotnplcLA Tfaouonnda Have Kidney Trouble aud Dont Know it now To pica out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy tion of the neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence cf kidney trouble too froquont desire to pigs It pain In back b also rvtncIng prod that the kidneys and blac- itr lire out 01 orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passaga It corrects Inability passingIti wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant rxiceaftty cf being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest Its wonI casesIlfi i best Sold by druggists InSOc andl sizes II You may have a sample bottle of this I I dlscvcryI I I absolutelyI free by mall cone hid or the for addrsis Dr uumer u n ne or stmaipitctt I Co Blnrbar ton M Y Vher writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper BEGAN TO SPROUT WINOS Regeneration of the Devil In the Topeka Capital Office i WmlaanlAV March 14 1000lO H- 11nlinintI svcore todrtT nor cinched a dciuetla stub fincu last night Got a swEet1 queer fMlul 11 a tnWu4Cttlr wols Imppwiti to me D olIIiM boy Mitts felt ultpped mu hOSt nu 1 tUft tJ mu cUtltir face toortl Mm 12 noon Uaujslit myolfcailuri tho editor Mr Sheldon anbowiii to im tin nctin like a kid wot been brought up III Bay streL 1 p mAkef Mr Sheldon fern Sun day school book an told rim I was lOin to subscribe for hit paper nu do War Oiy Hully Gee I i2i p mDeu whiatlia n hymn toon 70t I didnt know dat I knew Iit HibHlf iirgt d de foreuuba pardon for kuockin a galley out of his hand He ant inn if 1 wuz lead crazy 3II mGlttJu to I make uieeclf sick 4 p m Conjnioncud to wish fur oloao clues and knlckirbucktr pants an a vel vet jacket an a bu veller tie an a cake of soap 5 p mFrlll a funny kindo itchin ou my shoulder bladve a p mho wlngaEr Nearly evwry p nou needs ti tonic medi duo at tblt time of year to brace up and invigorate tin nervous system to dense the bowels liver and kidnejH HEll lINE 2s the boat and tufIwst remedy to do the as it will euro constipation regu late the liver and enrich the blood Price 50 ctintu tilieecn tint Anibldexterltr Heres a scientist she said look lug up from the paper who asserts that the reason people arc right hand ed Is thnt tho motor speech function controls tilt tIt tilde of tho body and consequently right handedness grows i with speech Is that co he roturned deeply In terested It IIf Indeed strange then I that many vomsu can use their left hands at all Is It aotCbicago PostI m n Light Running PLANOBinders Mowers HeadersHay Have tlo Equal In Construction Have No Equal In the Field THE FAMOUS PLANO FLYW11EEL ATTACHMENT furnished with the Jones Lever Binder It is n most valuable attachment because groundTheThe FlyWheel causes a binder to run lightly over soft or wet ground where it wouldotherwis mire downThe 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 1 1THIS VALUABLE ATTACHMENT IS FURNISHED ONLY WITH THE JONES LEVER BINDER The Jongs 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 KaLrmers it Will Pay You to See this Machine forJobaccoSaw c COMPANYI The Happy nan Young men who ant thinking of de sorting the farm for olhr pureuit ouglt to read au editorial ill tin i i iptist m raercialAppral writuu ir molt ryru pa thetic manner nbout thn liAppy fanner The writer contend that while thulotdf the modest lltrmflrt may not be all that can hu drsimi at time it is tilled Wit many ble siugt and tree from many of the IlK of urban lift that the comforts and conveuieuue of civiliz ition while i lit I lacks do rot uompensatv for the bloealrgi which thry deatroj that he lisa hi onrw but they II10 tAut IM him into fevcrwh iifpfl or ebftrfrn lib life iieooncludi sue follows Ho is a devout Christian atteudo church rttnilaily leads In pruyer om tlmw and woudeis why people ore so pt rTfrr ad HtiHillTkrd M to bbOig 10 entireties tbat will had ttmin to iltu bad plhl e when they ounlil j iii bill church hvip to lift the mortpgt nod go to httiI- lit is fillad with chiuny iua IUVCK ur t and no tbril oi sinful prIJvalirH him U coptkK oiic every twn fitrt whn the CNiuiiJaf for offliM ottllt him oil lo one hll tth tUtU lUllU an liflitentlai hJIklI- II I hit cuiumucitr arrt that tic Itll1loJ like to tftvn tie support FlitS nuiinblw wesknvcH i sths Oltly tieuint that is Irre then n diamond1 ltbc flrat water smog the Jjwlof hU ciar utor Hi iis a pn ducer ant nil israsit Whwti hi dtMir t I Hf vUii ht cr ditffl it hy hit botiAnt labor and itots lot sec k to de pol othn of whit tliy pwcm H lis a lawt pcp irg Iawltreing citiitia 11w 1U A pa triot wh in tim sofdni r Iii the firutto mill t Ilia CJontrB iliidiip Mf isti u pro uotl etsy ot this cjuotry iu luir Ii- IfICr baftni withut him Iha treat sod grand and ar rtrJn who 1 look tiuwn on him wvuld IKVNI paw awar lit iill titIUlo Khixlj most for liii euuntrr and for whotu his coHittry diis itwt lIlliIIs tilt wan who XllIlIlOlt sad who receives Ileast iu return HH is Uiu mutt who at last Iiiayc i r all the p uip and pluudoiiuip nil tho is1tyJ sod mean ueteof goninuint and be Lilt the least to ay about u li ctioni o ex nJlture Hi iill tb man who iiiys fur the fast horses ffast winvon aud privflle yacht of tliw luillionalrt1 though Ue may not know of thrirex louc ilu ia the man who at last pun for the flgant dresses and debitueuerlfs of the Wlllar Mt for the borrr dlnneisaml ValdorfAotoiia baiK but he looks upon Ithwo Uiiiigs ai belong lug to auotitr planst Witlial ho ees mor hipuinf 1 nod IMS mUury than any other mill LIe Ili useful and liouornblc to tbo world and if htl go a nut tohefvtn when he die othur people should pro pafl for gfluld trek acrtwg to somBOthr omlu try August Flower tilt is a surprising fact ttttyti Irof lioutoL that In my travilo in all pails ofthowoild fur the last ton years I base met mote people having need Greens Augukt Flower than any other remedy for dylipqIIit hronued liver ttiil stoinccbUMil for constipation I find for tour tll and laatiutit or for persons filling cfllco tmiitionp whcio headaches Hpd Reueral bad ffftliiiRB from irregular ImbltB txlet that Oreuua August Flower IB a maml r inody It does not iujuie the rydtum by frequent use and ia tictllant fur Hour stonipclin aud tidiiit thou Sample bottloo freo at A 11 FiehorV PoLl by dealers lu nil oJvllizsd coun tr a Some Curious Easter Customs In many parta of Knglaud curious atcr curtains prevail In Lancashire email jmitlusof children winder tbrouab streets in the smaller towns or uier country roads stojipinj Iravuilurd or call big at houses with cries for rMrtoiy thu local misDronun inlion of Piwnh IVe orliw ceijs Tho oglo not being so much desired us money the do main is readily compounded for by the gift of a tow OOpptJ8 At the great cotton spinning town of Preston on the Kibble the children indulge in the spoil ofIllrolling This consiSts in trundling colo red and marked hirdboiled eggs down a grassy slope in such maiitiur au lo keep thorn Irate breaking a method varied 8omctimes by endnarom to break pguiof opponents This custom is followed iu some degree by the children of Waehlng tou D 0 who on Easter Monday aeeeui bio at tho back of the White Ilouau end roll eggs down the grotty elope that falls away toward the lotqmac Iu other parts of Enulaud lifting for kisses is practised tho men of n village laimingon Easter Snudny the privilege of lifting the women thoy mtet In the streets three tidies from the ground for which they exact a fee ot n kiss ore nix pennybit The women have their turn at this sport on the following day From the SELF CULTURE MAGAZINE for April A Horrible Outbreak Of large sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scald head writes 0 D labill of Morganton Toun but Bucklena Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Totter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25c at Short Hnynca Fine Boy Mr Joseph Seymour since the arrival of a floe boy at his home Friday evening March tho 30th baa math arrangements to enlarge his laundry plant The younffiter has been given the pretty name 61f J StanleY Seymour Jr n 6100D POISON III sonic cases the external signs of Blood Poison are so slight that the I diseasejqsvllell glands mucus patches in the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore eebrOoIII lhack into tnj rysUm cqver it up for a while but it breaks outagain in worse form These powerful minerals produce mercurial rhtuinttiMii ami thJ most offensive sores and ulcers causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off Moroury and painSond11I8tcIIlofandthereforemay appear even though incurable by the doctors S S S con be relied upon to make a rapid cure S S S is not a new uOltrlCtll remedy an experience of nearly fifty years las proven it a sure antI cure for this disease It is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known fterwardprnd11C3V1 j1lC 14 ever for this All correspondence iii lieldfnthcinosteacredconfidciitcTHESWlFTSPECIFIC CkAiCii1iAiA n n Send us your order THIS PAPER ONE YEAR Contagious pronounced permanent F RMJOUR NAL 5 YEARS n PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE Wi wart 10 vc4 1000 siihirribars to our piper by New Ye rs and are jfoUg tto do 1 It IiJ we can we tlitwfon continup our Nrrnrg mciit with the Farm J urnHl by which wn uan ent1 TUB BHBCKKNBIDOK Jfjiws andl thu Faim Journal fi ytBis rti nrflOO Aur w mak the Mine offer to all oid subscribers who will pay all crnamReo awl out your In mlvanue You know what cur piper Is and the Finn Ji nrtml I ia gem praciml pro Rrwwive a oleaa hottest uieful papfr full off giimptloti fall of sunshine with an imuiwuw circtilntiou among the hit penjiloiverywleC You outlit to t Jf It NOTICE VY ate goitu to emil you soon a sam po copy of tbi Farm Journal free and lliltt it soak ffit ittulf Lookout for it Estimates FurnishedOil High Grade Printing At this Office r LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd Ili tiailed by Commodore Sair on 1631 U son of 1lr fr1I u IS6J the jrrol1- prI wl1nC Iold hili hpr living r d1CotDOdorv S0ro son iis n dupicxte of hUctle braUd Irc dwe can truthfully say will out Clytbathoc or 10 floe an MdlIfttlwithin her borders We seal1no show records hut we cn srli ailed sows gilt boars ready fur S rvko spilng and hit piir that mil ptniM soil Cheap lor quality of stock tailun address G A FOOTE SON- IrvliiRton Ky GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance lieu PolicIes for Itait money In Life Fire Tar naJo sod Accident Insurance IIIIANOKNIIURC KV Ubllclna Trnvelei What Is In that box you aro so care ful about If I may ask Inquired the titan who had secured the lower berth In the sleeper I Thats a collection of rare snakes I atn taking to a museum They areII too valuable to be trusted out of my I sight replied the man who was pro paring to climb to the upper shelf Say Ill trade berths with you All right Im not particular whore I Bleep Chicago Tribune The hunt of Itciearoh Ma oh maPl What IIs It Gcorgle If you had married somebody else sides pa would I ha had red hair or black hair Indianapolis Journal A man who has never learned to write his own name IU not so likely to get Into trouble In this world as the ono who has learned to write another mans Dont fool with a wasp because he happens to look weary and tired youll probably find him all tight ia thread Chicago New Mercury AND Makewrecks wrecksNot Utttors could do me no KOOII I luil pent a hundred dollar which was rosily thrown away I then firatbottlemyitI cleur 1111 piece of glass Send for our Home Treatment Book which contains valuable information about tItle disease with complete directions for self treatment Our medical department is iu charge of physicians who have made a lifetime study of blood diseases Dont hesitAte to u ill rnr AtlV jtlrnm1ltinn or nhII witp1 tto tinbr tin hnrm lit THE BRECKENRIDGE ORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBOR G KY= First Term of Five Months Begins September 41 1899 Instructors Practicul thorough and nithueinntic men and women No school in this suction of thu State ofFers supotior inducements COURses AND TUITION I 1wpnratnryIqnlttrnudlt5 I Iq I iachem 8 JO j llwwlBal For further iiifnrmttloii aul eatnjti ailtre- D S ROBERTS Jr A B President HARDINSBURG KY I F R WILDER B28J Fourth St Louisville Ky HARDJN A WILDER DR1NTISTS1m IRVINGTON Cap and Cap Write Prices Cataloxua livery and after Fourth Monday I Each Month sprcialtyLatestJ I IX iJ IIe5 I onlyIjjfJi oo rate OnllIRe block the priwlful- JJ i fnmiIpurlsfijKvrryllibif neat ard Etj lrrfi iy =v Y z Vt 10 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I Sample ofFAKAt JOURNAL and clrcutar deacrlhlnlP DlOOL flOOrs r LILMIUI 31IN5 ATICIIfOIf Hnatil PIKKCAMPI5KI1 JAI AdOrcu FARJ JIIIIL4DLPIIJIo I t i I t I r r r C I I f I v IFl I t 4 W- r lei l- p 17 It I 11 4 THE BRECKEFRIDQB 4 NEWS WEDNESDAY APRll 11 1900 i f 9 BRECKEKRIDGF NEWS Jno D 4 V Oi EabbapEdiwra mi ProprUtri CADS OP MASKS Byer JtellmM tUrgtd rratt titnUiMOecBUperllie OCITOilUES charged hr at Ue tau of 6 anti perdue MONEY IN ADYAE- CEWEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 TUB especial news that was announced for this week is tbe Fair avertisement Manager Ceif will no doubt be found us genial and accommodating in his en larged quarters as he waain his old ones REAL estate is cheaper today in Clover port than it Is likely to be again in tbe near future The owners of the brick plants located here give it out that they are to begin operations shortly and II they do bouses here will ba in great de maud Tux Athletic Club is settled in its comfortable quarters where the members spend much tine in boxing and exercising with numerous appliances for their physical development This or ganization la a step in the right direc tlon It shows a commendable cpirlt of enterprise Buys Property Assistant postmaster Marion Weather holt bought yesterday of Mr A L Oelze the property occupied at present by Alonzo Fallon Consideration SCOO ADDITIONAL LOCALS Mr Adam Smith of JetferEonvillu has accepted a position in the NEws office High waters are raging on the Colorado river in Texas One hundred lives are reported to be lost Mr Harry Hills after a most pleasant atsy of several days in Louisiana hi returned home A representative crowd of citizen went from here to Hardinsburg Friday in the interest of good roads Trimmed Hats untrimed Hats Flow ers and Foliage in the new Pastel shades atMiss Judith Millers Mae JA Mayhall who has been visiting friends at HaweBYJIJe has returned to Louisville her home FrankSelfried is having his property opposite D R Murrays residence paint ed John Farber is doing the workII The W 0 TU is making IptheMrs W Hi UoWmef and daughter Miss Elitabetli spent Friday arid atur day in Louisville Mrs C L Chamberlain of Louisville is in the city visiting Mr and Mrs P D Plank at the cottage Col Saml Suiter of Cannolton Ind has embarked in the Furnishing Goods business at Evansville Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorgho ar rived Monday April 2nd to visit her sister Mil Chas E Lightfoot George Boyd of St Louis was over last week to see his mother Mre Alex Boyd who Is still quite ill Rev Overton agent for the 20th Century Educational Fund preached at the Methodist church Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Boyd came up from Oirensboro Sunday to see his mother Mrs Alex Bjyd who is very ill The street in front of Paces tobacco factory will when completed be one of the prettiest through fares in the city Mrs Mollie Johnson a former resident of this place and who has been visiting here returned Saturday to Lewl port her homeThe Old Maids Convention a most laughable and enjoyable entertainment will be given soon by tbe young ladies of the Baptist church Metsrf MacFarland layno of Owens boro and J W Atlee of Evansville were the guests of Misses Eliza and Eva May Sunday evening MreS T Danlela and IItte daughter Virginia spent a day at Chambers last week the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Emrith Murray Murray and Severs have rent ed the house adjacent to Mr A R Fishers dwelling cud will occupy same as their office The Womann Parsonage and Homo Mission Society was pleasantly enter tamed by Met P D Plank Tuesday afternoon April3rd The Ladies Aid Soclery of the Metho dist church ia taking steps toward arranging foranother evening with the popular entertainer Ralph Biugham Chas Miller and Mrs Maggie Lasieur of Hardlusburg have gone to New Mad rid Mo to see their sister Mr J R Parks who is quite ill Wo are showing the largest and mostt beautiful line of Pattern HaU ever brought to the city Call and see them Miss Judith Miller Wo carry a largestock of Mouuelinre Chiffons Liberties Brilliants Ribbons Malines and all silk goods Alan laces for trimmings Mies Judith Miller Great opportunllyofleied to good reli abe men Salary of15 per week and ex penses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Deatroyer In Americanblfg PROCEEDINGS c Of The Fiscal Court Which Was In Session At Hardinsburg Three Days Last Week ROAD TAX WAS LEVIED The members of the Fiscal Court were In session at Hardlnaburg last Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday The members present were F A Walker Elijah Miller S B Payne Geo F Royalty and Charles Mattingly Squire Moorman uf GlecUeaue was not present The time of the Magistrates wee taken up in allowing claims and discussing af fairs pertaining to tbe cuunty Some time was taken up inmaking set tlement of V B Burtons affairs the ex sheriff who died some time ago This matter was in the hands of his adminie trator and while there were a good many figures involved the matter wee all set tled satisfactorily so far as we Know Tbe Receiver M Eakridge made his report showing a balance in his hands ol 333 40 Since last court he has received and paid out quite largo sums all of which is shown by his report and which will appear here in detail later ou Mr Eskridgtt was allowed 7500 for his ser vices The road tax was another matter that came up again and was carried Mr Charles Mattiogly moved that the levy be made Those voting aye were Mat tingly Walker and Miller Messrs Payne and Royalty voted no Obediah McQuady and Robert Collins were exonerated from paying poll tax R N Millers report on the bridge across Rough creek was presented and filed It showed that the sum of 1 60000 heretofore allowed hr this work was now due and payable The Com missioner was discharged Sylviano Glasecock was before the court and asked for an appropriation ffrr herself and children After hearing her the court allowed bur lOOperm- outh and appointed Frank Rhodes a committee to cxpotid it The petition of Robert Culling asking aid was presented and he was allowed a turn nol lto txoceJ 500 per manU BHl- G W Beard was appointed his trustee Charles Matticgly was continued as Poor house Cotnmiasioner until October nuf The nialter of Oaring for tho small pox patients in the upper part of the county last winter came up and 7500 was the sum finally allowed Dr S L Givens for his services to them Drs Simons and KlDcbeloe were present and laid the matter before the court very clearly They first agreed on an allowance of 11000 but it was afterwards reconsider ed and put at 7500 Mrs fcallle Pate was elected Poor house keeper over the present incum bent PliilliplGreenwell Mrs Pate is the widow of Logan Pate who held this position for several terms M Eskridge acted as County Attorney He was appointed to this place which R N Miller vacated by County Judge Ahl Mr Eskridge was directed to bring suit against the banks for taxes due the county aol the railroad if he should determine that such a proceeding would be expedient Road Tax It is therefore ordered by the Court that there be and is hereby imposed an advalorem tax ol 20c on each one hun dred dollars worth of property assessed for state and county taxation in Breck euridge county for a road fund The tax collected from each magie terial district shall be expended on the roads in that district It shall be the duty of the County Judge to appoint a surpervisor of roads for each magisterial district who shall receive ns his compensation 1 50 per day for each day he works He shall make report to the County Judge the first Monday in each month and the County Judge may at any time demand a full and complete report of each BU pervisor oi the road Orders issued by himAll road orders shall be placed in the hands of the sheriff and approved by him and the County Judge before they shall be paid The cjrnpeusatloii for work on roads shall tot exceed the following rates Ono hand per hour 10s one team aud driver per day 200- If any supervisor shall expend mare lIIollny than tin tax in tilt distric amounts to for any year the said cxcetv shall be deducted from his salary The road hands shall not be required to work on the roads more than four days per year and they shall have the option off working on the roads subject to the orders of the supervisors to pay the road tax due from them The sheriff sall be required to return a de linquent list of road tax payers and the said delinquents shall be required to work on the roads in their respective districts in payment of their road taxes It is further ordered by the court tint the supervisors shall first work the hills and bad places in the roads I Levy For Expenses It is further ordered by the court that there shall be Imposed a county levy on roughrider who rides the river with a twisting squirming log for a saddle on which he statute balancing himself to its every motion If his coolness fails or his nerve gives way disaster and death reach out for him Its the giving way of theII nerve which proves fatal to so many a man Per haps he is simply crossing the street as he line done ten thousand times He hears a shout stops hesitates gets II rattled and is run over When a man finds that his memory plays him false often when he starts off to get something and forgets what he went for when he knows he has locked the front door and yet an irritating uncertainty compels him to get up and verify his knowledge then that man is in dan ger at any minute when confronted by a trilling danger He unnerved This condition can be perfectly cured by the use of Dr tierces Golden Medical Discovery It strengthens the stom ach nourishes the nerves and purifies the blood It contains no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant The reason I delayed writing was because wanted to wait ore rear after I had taken the medicine before giving my statement and now I can send a Rood conscientious testimonial CilYIMadi11fall of 1805 I became all run down nerves were out of order and stomach out of order I wrote to Dr Pierce for advice He ukl I had GoldenMedical stoptakingI any medicine or any kind and law bUll ablelo uvri tarry day My appetite IIs good I can eat three square meuls1 a day I do not feel that miserable hurtling In the stomach alter eating Rod my blood and nerves ate in good shape Dr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness each one hundred dollars worth of property First for maintenance and medical attention to paupers the sum of C centsFor budges current expenses of the county including the salary of officers 8 cents For a sinkint fund to pay the bonded indebtedness of the county G cento There in also levied a poll tax of 1 50 to be paid into the bridge and current expense fund Have you anything to dispose of If EO use tthe want col urn at one cent per word f SPLENDIDATTENDANCE At the Swine Breeders Associa tlon Yesterday at irvi- ngton The Association of Kentucky Swine Breeders convened at Irvington Tues day April 10th with a good attendance There were a number of members from a distance present and tbe local atten dance was splendid Tbe meeting was called to order about 10 oclock by President Smith of Shelby vine after which talks on swine poultry etc were heard until tbe meeting was adjourned for dinner- A Kodly repast hall been prepared by the ladies of the committee and was served on the ground This attention was a surprise to ninny of the members and was greatly enjoyed by Ml After noon the three subjects in tho score pen were examined It was judged an average exhibit one hog belonging to G A Foote of Irviugton scoring 77 points Tbe meeting will continue today when thu program will be carried out Some of those present from a distance were President Smith Sbelbyvllle H F Work New Washington Ind Jno 0 Hibb Vine Grove Amos Harris Flourny Caldwell Norton Lonlsvllli A B Sklllman and Ed Oglesby Cloverport Otto Kerb Grand Chancellor K P Boonville Ind says DeWitts Witch tlezzl1 Salve soothes the most delicate skin and heals the most stubborn ulcers withcertain and good results Cures plies and skin diseases Dont buy an imitation A R Fisher Over Seventy Years Capt A S English ia suffering im mensdy from cutting a tooth He iIs probably over seventy years old and leI just cutting his wisdom tooth KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SlckHcadncbcGastrnlglaOramps and all other results of imperfectdlgestlon emaUslrefBooKoUaboutdyspcpslamaUodrnx s Prepared by C C DoWITTA CO Chicago For sale by A R Fisher Glovtrport IRVINGTON 1 tMrs Mack Avid of Denver Colorado is much improved in health Clint Adklfison that hustling Bewlry vlle merchant wM here Friday Go to Jolly Cains for beautiful china sets lamps and all kinds b queens ware 8eeJolly Cain oboe all kinds and llatest in low cute in Tact any style need ed Mr Green Bandy attended the meet lag ofthe Presbyterians at Owonnboro last week W E Brown wants your produce eggs butter wool s and will pay highest market price Austin Popham says tbe very atmos phere iu Cloveport on Sunday is rep frtshiug Mr und Mis T N McGlothlan have gone to visit Mrs Heuty Herndon at Grayeon Springs Many new things Iin the notion de partment await your examination at Jolly Catnr W E Brown ia still selling meats and boys clothing at reasonable prices and you get the best article for the money Mr John Richardson has purchased what is known aa the Creamery proper ty aud is moving his family in tame By all means see Jolly Cains new stock of shoes in fact any thing upto date new ribbons aud all kinds of things Thu Ladies Aid society will in the future give one ofttheir very enjoyable entertainments Look for program in next issue of the NEWS Sad news comes to us from Chicago of the drowning of the little C year old daughter of Dr Henry usey while he aud his wife were on a pleasure trip in the south Contractor Bramlett Is always busy with a large force of carpenters and yet we cant build houses fiat enough to fill the demand Who said Irvington was losing trade or good people Ladies take a peep at our line of silks ginghams taffetas white goods and everything in drew goods We have made special effort in this department and hope to please everyone Jolly dc Cain WalkersTonic contributes to mental cheerfulness and enables the muscular system to withstand fatigue Walkers tonic antagonizes Heart Failure It is a burrs tonic allayingpain due to nervous torsion It s iaml ta3 the digestive I IIPpetittIPleasant Visitors F P Duels dud wife of New Albany M rd the guests of Mis Mary Raltt two uye last week Mr Bush is tho suc cessful mflupgur of the Louisville firm Hpyback Bush Co engravers and electrotypers lilts Bush who was a Mies Board has many friends here who remember quite pleasantly her former visits to her aunt Mrs Raitt W H Shipman Beardsley Minn under oath says be suffered from dvs pepsia for twentyfive years Doctors and dieting gave but little relief Final ly he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now eats what he likes and as much as he wants and he feels like a new man It digest what you eatA R Fisher Mr Frank Beavin sold last week the farm belonging to the tate Austin Beavin to W H Pendleton of Union Star Consideration 400 WATCH TH- ISCOLUMN Next Week It Belongs to RJWSOMestateAgent If you are in a hurry to buy 01r rent a house com along now BIRTHDAY pIN ER lira Thomas Lloyd Ot Fordsvllle Cel ebrates tier Birthday With A Large pinner Party Mrs Thomas Lloyd of Fordsvllie en tertained about thirty guests at ber birth day dinner March the 24th Those pres ent were Mrs M W Stone of Falls of Rough Henry Lloyd wife nod three daughters Verda Bessie sod Clara Frank Lyons wife and daughter Miss Emma J II Lloyd and daughter Ruth T Lloyd wife and child Bub Lloyd and wile and quite a number of others Ellis unablet daughter Mrs Wedding resides with them The dinner was an elegant and earn ploue affair which all enjoyed hugely Mrs Lloyd received many nice presents from her children Mr Thomas Lloyd the genial bout will celebrate his seven ty fourth birthday tbe first day of Sept 1000 A Practicing Physician in Montlcello III formulated Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Ask Short Hay nee Hancock Citizen Dead Mr Jeff Kitchej one of Hancock countys respected citizens died last Thursday Mr Ritchey was 80 yens old and had been blind and deaf for nearly eight years He was the father of Mrs Wm Ashley 0 good Mo Oct 28 1809 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Gentlemen I have used Syrup Pepsin for sometime and find it gives most ex cellent results and it is one of the great est selling preparations I have ever carried in stock I do not hesitate to recommend It Very respectfully Da T JONES Sold by Short Haynes Owner of A Fine Jack Mr G N Lyddan who operates the Mt Maple Stock Farm near Irvlngton after a sojourn of a week or more in East ern Kentucky returned home Saturday Mr Lyddan while abaent purchased a fine jack for which he payed a hand some price The animal is 4 years old and has the beet formed head and ears ever carried by any animal Mr Lyddan has become identified with owners of fine stock as a superior judge He is endeavoring strenuously to have the best stock farm in Southern Kentucky We Dont Want Money Bad We want itt good and wn will give you value received as Sn ovary bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin no matter be it lOc hoc or 100 as we guarantee it for Constipation Indigestion Sick Head ache and Stomach Trouble Short Hrtynes A Good Man Succumbs To Death The death of Mr William Beavin which occurred Friday March 30th was an unexpected one He had only been ill a short while and death resulted from a severe attack of pneumonia He was 75 years old Mr Beavin had opent the entire time of his life on a farm near Hardlnaburg until recently moving to this place to spend the rest of his days with his only daughter Mrs Robert T Polk He was pioneer and venerable old citizen was respected and loved by all who knew him Mr Beavin was a member of the lisp list church and was a truo Christian gentlemanHis was laid to test in the family burying grounds near his old hems No family can afford to be without one minute Cough Cure It will stop a cough and cure a cold quicker thau any other medicine writes 0 W Williams Sterling Run Pa It cures croup bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles and prevents consumption Pleasant and harmless A R Fisher fNa 11 M N NeNON 1 LYONS 1 1I I iiI I TRADEMARK IJa i LAXATIVESYRUP IINATURESJ CURE FORtt 1I CONSTIPATION I oflIvegetaofl Blilousness1Sick =s the complexion I If you do not like It clearIIlaxative you have druggist will refund the money wellep I attol1aN NiNfN NSNI N For Sate by SnORT I JlA YNES- CLOVERPORT KY VALUES That Thrill TheBargain Hurter Meyers Store is known to keep the largest and newest styles of Wear ing Apparel in the three counties and to meet any competItIon Bright Goods At- Bright Prices ynrdCnUcoesPercales 6 l4c per yard 58 inch Table Linen worth 40c at 27c4 Lace Curtains at 43c per pair 1 dozen yards Val Lace worth 24c at12c Parasols 45c Ladies Vests 5c Ladies Slippers Pat Tip worth pnirLndiespairMensInd Linens 5c per yard 6 qt Buckets 12c MATTINGSThe Country Money saved on Wall Paper A pretty line ScreenssDoors and Windows j Ready to Hang Screen wire by the yard Furniture Saddlery Queensware and Hardware The stock in all branches is complete and the beauty part of it is I will save you money MILLINERY DEPARTMENT This branch of the business is under the super vision of Miss Harry Millword an experienced Milliner from LouisvilleShe will be delighted for all to come whether a purchase in made or not An opportunity awaits you to wear the latest patterns in Millinery this season Your Wool and ProduceWantei HIGHEST MARKET PRICE GUARANTEED H MEYER BIG Spring Ky I FARMERS Get Rid of Your Trash Will Pay 150 and 2 per Hundred FOR 100000 Pounds HH I of Sound Pryor Trash Tobacco TO BE DELIVERED AT MY FACTORY AT CLOVERPORT KY JAS B PACE JR CO Q r t m a r JI I r Ii rltr i r r Pr t 1 i rr r t1 11 iC 1i lif 1j II f It Jtt i y f f 1 1vtfI i rA r o t 5ii f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 m R I vAra ra raI I i ipJ pJy 4 + 4qv j ii- b C 4 f- x r- jtj Save Your Money One box of Tutts Pills iI1 save many dollars in doctors bills Theywillsurelycute all diseases ofthe stomach liver or bowels No Reckless Assertion- For sick headache dyspepsia rnajana constipation andbilio lisness amillion people endorse TUTTS Liver PILLS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1000 V f i The News in Brief w 1 14444 4444 44444 44444 f Read the want column Easter eggs at Salzars Easter ties at Salzers Easter egg dyes at Sulzeta Lowneya candles at Slppels Order your groceries from Snlzerr Mrs Alex Boyd is still seriously 111 Fishing is geUlni good up Glover creek Hale Dale Owensboro WAS here Mon y day v Mrs Elvira Babbage Is improving slow ly TtKo a look at Sulma line of nobby akdHambleton Ilennen was in town Mon dayW H Bowmer went to Louisville TuesdayA Klrst otOanneltou was among his patrons Monday J Miss Carrie Graham is visiting her bra that at Henderson I 10 cents buys a good lunch at the City Bakery All kinds of vegetables at the City BakeryJno A Harrison was in Owensboro Sunday The new Emperor becomes oi age May 6th Webster Taylor of Tobmsporf was In town Saturday An ad 10 the want colum will coat one cent per word 4 Mrs 0 W Moorman returned from Louisville Monday night 4 The prettyiand stylisa collars yon see cornea from Enfiera Bev W B Rntledge went to Glen a deane Saturday I Bananas oranges pears and lemons at y the City Bakery fyjrs Dr Rial and children retnrned te Cannelton Saturday Mrs W 8 Smart was in Louisville a few days last week fJ D Braabear was in Owensboro a few jfdays last week if The City Bakery can supply you with fresh fish O Goal miners are striking for a scale of jr higher wages Send your order to the City Bakery when wanting fish The merchants expect an increase of trade on Saturday Austin Popham of Irvington was in the city Sunday theUNews want comm The wholesale price of kerosene la twenty cents per gallon Mr Enright proprietor of the Falcon coal mines was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Boffins spent Saturday and Sunday in Oweneboro I Allen Owen and L W Marble of reprenaboro were In town last week John Pulliam has accepted a position compositor on the NEWS t JUiae Dee Basham of Stephensport was in town Saturday J H Hnnsche of Oanneltonwas in town Saturday Frank May and Hope Gates of Owens boro were here Thursday J MrsJohn L Long of Holt has returned from Todds Point Shelby county I William Smith and L B Laslte coon tyi were In town Mondav Mr and Mrs Walter King were vklt lag at Sklllman recently Sulzera for your shoes They handle the celebrated Douglas brand Mrs Leon McGavock and children f were visiting in fcklllman last week i Prof A Powells at Tobinaport r opened Monday with twentyfive pupils Henry Huff of Toblnspoit has moved hereto attend to his timber contracts John Bradley and Mfsa Effie Swaggot 01 Ow8nBboro were In the city Sunday Mrs Viola Jackson has returned from a jtyfelt to Hardinsburg and Rock Vale illu Claudia ileadors of the Beech s Fork neighbor was in town Saturday J Little Twok Moorman son of Dr And Mrs 3V L Mooilttaxtla dangerously Ill I MiM Stella Mallea spent Sunday in e 4wonelwrowith her brjer yip Mal S JnokBrtdl yandJoflPhelanofOwenfl f boro were the guests of John PhelanI Sunday i- Bil Lisbon son of Chas Ltefen Is dangerously ill His recovery is doubt ful Mrs titatira Batt of Cannelton alter a short visit to relatives returned home ThursdayMrs R Atkleson and little Miss Hawkins her niece ofStephenspottweie in town Monday Miss Lizzie Batt who has been Visit log her slater Miss Della returned to Cannelton Monday Rev and Mrs W B Rutledge left Monday for a visit to friends in Louis villeJ D Babbage attended the meeting of the Swine Breeders at Irvington TuesdayMrs T Bkillman and yonng James T Jr are visiting her mother Mrs Hannah Hardin at Holt The Hardin County Teachers Areo ciation will meet at Vine Grove Satur day April 28th The Speakes sale 4 miles from Glen deanewill take place Thursday April 13th There is some likelihood of an Aulo mobile plant being established in Louisville Mr A L Oelza purchased Friday of H L Stader a pair of handsome mules for 200 cash An attempt to asassinate the Prince of Wales was made in Brussels Wednesday April 4th by a 10 year old boy Judge William King Democrat bas been elected to congress in Utah in place of polygamist Roberts Dudley Llndsey deputy clerk of the US Court at Owensboro has been appointed United States Commissioner by Judge Evans Thomas Pate an oldcitizen of Stanley died Friday April tHb of heart disease Mies Forrie Hardin spent Saturday with her sister Mrs James T SkIllman Mr and Mrs V G Bsbbajje of Har dinsburg were the guests of Mrs Elvira Babbage Sunday Jacob Hanks and graudaughter Maud Brook were here Saturday on their way 16 visit hiq sister Mrs Nat Roberts near Battletown Otto E Bott representing the Tell City Journal called at the NEWS office Satur day Miss Eula Miller near Hardinsburg was the guest of her sister Mrs Forest Lightfoot Saturday Miss Miller has just returned from a delightful Southern trip with Mr Franklin Beard and daught er Miss Elizabeth of Hardinsbnrg Miss Minnie Murray and nephew Franklin Beard Jr spent several days with Miss Alllene Murray last week 0 T Skillman is giving his boat the Margerite a new coat of paint prepar atory to launching her in a few weeks Admiral Dewey has expressed a willingness to make the race for the Presidency in tne approaching campaign Goneral Otis reports the casualties of the rebels since Jan let to be 1420 killed and 1453 captured mostly wounded r 18Mgi tfu eh TooTblnii Ii If so there must be some trouble with its food Well iI1 babies are plump only the I sick are thin Are you sure I the food is all right 1 Chil I dren cant help but grow i they must grow if their food I nourishes them Perhaps a f i diiI theI1 t IIa lot of medicine lust use Ij your sense everyday and help commonff f little and the way to do f t 1it1 I II I 1II I f1to the babys food three or = 1 i times a day The gain 1 i j vill begin the very first day j = you give it It seems to I correct the digestion and J 5 gets the baby started right r I again ir the baby is nurcIIII- I f ink but does not thrive then l I the mother should take the I I Jgoo4J I mother and child Twenty I five years proves this fact III ILf un TWO VERY PROMINENT PUBLIC MEN 4 Owe Health and Happiness to Peruna Hon Win YDun Interior blood Auditor for the Wast ngton D C Doc 10 1803 Pornna Drur Mfg Co Columbus 0 GentlemenIve often hoard of your great medicine and have persuaded my wife who has been much of a sufferer from catarrh to try Pe ru nat and after using one bottle sho has wonderfully improved It has proved all you have claimed for It and I take pleasure In recommending it to anyone who is af flicted with catarrh Yours Wm Youngblood Auditor for the Interior Catarrh In its various forms Is rapidly oecoming a national curse An un loubted remedy has been discovered by Dr Hartman This remedy has been thoroughly tested during the put forty years Peru na cures catarrh in nil stages and phases There is no rem edy that can be substituted GLENDEANE Plenty of barefoot boys Owen Hunter will farm this summer Vic Robertson went to Louisville Sun day night Jess Moorman was in Hardlnsourg Sunday Miss Minnie Fisher visited Miss Bes ale Moorman Arthur SundayISunday visiting friends Jed Wilson and Dud Ashley of Sad dler visited hero last week A big acreage of stock peas for this yearBill Burnett and wife visited in Fords vllle Saturday and Sunday MM McGary of Hardinsbnrg is visit lug her sister Mrs Joe Mattingly MIss Meda Maxwell was threatened with an attack of fevers lastweek Vie Robertson was in Christian and Hopkins counties last week to buy cattle A good many people from here will attend church at Long Lick next Sun dayEverybody Is anxiously awaiting the NEws to see what that Important news isthis week Miss Hannah Pile visited her cousin Mrs rom Woosley near McDantels SundayHarry Stum and Miss Lutie Moorman went to Fordsville Friday and returned SaturdayMrs Moorman and Mr W 0 Moorman made a flying trip to Louis villa Friday Louis Ashley was in Grayson county relaItaveSoon the saw mill hum will cease in town and Mattingiya will move to a half million set near Sand knob Mrs Dewees has the blgglt line of millinery goods she has ever brought to Glendeane Letters from our State College boys speak of their going into camp at Chat tanooga in a short time John Harrison headquarters at Clov erport manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co was here Monday Miss Eva Black of Owensboro a niece of Mrs DEwees Is here and will remain at Mr Dewees this spring and summer JEJoe Mattlnglv has completed the masonry of his bridge and today begins the wood work completing it in a short time Miss Moormans department of school cloaeBjthla week None but the advanced work will Le carried the remainder of the term T L Curtis is off for a rest of two weeks He coee to Albion Ill and to St Louis Frank Haynes of Oloverport has charge of the depot during his ab I senceErnest Robertson was in the DIx neighborhood above Stepbenoport Saturday He has rented pasture over there and will put a lotjol cattle In that part ol the couutrv little later In the season Amon Kincheloe of Hardlntburp was here Sunday lie reports his town all work nnd prosperity No loafers in town Babys voice all women will be sent free any address by Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Congressman Howard from Alabama WASHISOTOX Feb 4th 1899 Peruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ot GentlemenI have taken Pernna now for two weeks and find I am very much relieved I fool that my cure will bo permanent I havo also taken it for la grippe and I take pleasure in recom mending Peru na as an excellent rem edy to nil fellow sufferers Very Respectfully M W Howard Congressman Howards home address is Fort Payne Ala Any man who wishes perfect health must bo entirely free from catarrh Catarrh is wellnigh universal almost om- nIpresent Poruna is the only abso lute safeguard known A cold is the beginning of catarrh To prevent colds to cure colds Is to cheat catarrh out Its victims Address Dr Hartman Co lumbus 0 for a hoe catarrh book and no man working for less than a dol lar a day playlorproduceto the Missionary Society Four leafed tobacco plants at Louis Ashleye Mr Ashley has too much cold to go fishing as he wishes Other wise hes in Jbia usual happy mood Tom Duncan colored and wife near Hardinsbnrg visited here Sunday Tom is the first colored man the writer ever knew and he has always considered Tom a pretty good fellow Joe Jones eon of Robert Jones of this place died last Friday He was about 16 Years of age and was recovering from an illness when he came down town and ate injudiciously of apples Death soon resulted LouiseMoorman received that peerless book Little Women tie a gift for male ing the general average the last month of school Wick Moorman the childrens friend and every bodys favorite gave U to her Tbo pupils will give an entertainment Friday night A alight admission fee will be charged for the benefit ot the library The work Is entirely their own assisted by two or three ladles outside of school Their perseverance and ambi tion are praiseworthy Coughed 21 yearsI suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicines to avail until I used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my UfeJ- B Rosen Grantaburg 111 I The Missionary society hete is an active one and has done good work Their latest is to buy ft lot of D 0 Moorman On it they will erect a parsonage Of course it will take some time to do this but the efforts of these good women will prevail and finally we will have a minister resident here and will have preach ing every Sabbath A letter from Mr Willie Owen to his family says We arrived here Red Bluff California much worn and tired from our trip but had a very pleasant Jour ney He speaks of a stop at Salt rake City and of going through the magnifi cent Mormon Tabernacle He tells of California flowers all abloom and ol ripe oranges hanging on the trees He has seen no game larger than jack rabblls Elsewhere this week will bo seen our last school report for the year Friends of the medal winners will observe that two of the ones who tied this year are the ones whoso averages last year were tbo same Such equality of excellence is rarely seen This is the third year Miss Emma Dee moorman has won Last year she headed the list once before she was second Not only as a student but oleo as a contestant of any sort she always wins Once in a guessing contest she secured a doll as large aa lioieelf Lyons Laxativo Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Dons NOT GRIPU If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used year druggist will refund the money Good for children as well asI grown people Is the joy of the household for with out it no happiness can be complete The ordeal through which the expec tant mother must pass however is so full of danger sad suffering that she looks forward to it with indescribable fear Every woman should know that the danger pain and horror of childbirth can be entirely avoided by the use oft MOTHERS FRIEND a scientific liniment By its aid thousands of women have passed this great crisis in perfect safety and without pain Our book of priceless value to to of best no Mothers friend NwltielMlNr WANTS = W Advertisements inserted under this head atfhe rate of one cent a word each insertion- WANTEDIDLES Iw I I C loverport Ky I I IF Imedium IFOR 011III NOTICE TO CREDITORS I IN IF IF 1the1 1 properlylidore 110 tgooLFOR SALERESIDENCE IoreRhtI I loJOIINP I you SALEMILCH COW 1yea1 I ALLEN SATTERVIKLD STRAWBERRY CI verporlKiII IF 3 write for price list Ridge Punt Farm- GEO W wmciIEL Proprietor Toblniport Ind LEGAL BLANKS IFlOll I I I hotel In atephenipon For particulars apply to HIl BrAIN Stephenlpot Ky- TDITIOS IFOK SALE Certificate in Dryant A btratton I NOTICE Hreckenrldge Circuit Court V G Uabbage as Administrator Plaintiff vs to pioduce the same properly proven to the under signed Conunl Ioner of the ureckearldge Circuit GUS BROWN ttU C C NOTICE m seedIIInl IAllnOOjIF AnDlvoffiuckltNltIDoKNSVS EquityIA J1ardlnlburJKvlpooGiven ADMINISTRATORS decealedforward and settle E A WITI Administrator Our oldest customers are our standard friends They know wa handle only goods which are I right in every way right in quality right in styleright In price Miss Judith Mille- rMARRIES TODAY Elder Beare And Miss Emma Creen wait Are To Be Married At Rock port Today A wedding that will be of interest to many is that of Elder Beare and Vise Emma Greenwalt which will take place at Rockport Ind today April 11th at the home of the bride Misa Greenwalt Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Noah Greenwalt formerly of this place but now of Rockport This event comes as a surprise to many of her friends hero whom abe has recently vis hedrElder Beare was pastor of the Chris lien church here last summer and was the instigator of the temperance move ment He Is now pastor of a church in Michigan for which state Le and his bride will leave immediately after the marriage ceremony E F CARTER Present Owner of Ben Hur One of then 8p ml1i1t Stal lions living Call on him at his farm near Irvington or write for information PENNYROYAL tiPILLS UreL Orllaal asa rir Gule- uR UW1J1 nU M4 UDIKSMl 1W Cwsnsr b tIuaj Dll mVcraiU I rredad raNsllt seIN rla WuI Ithaca Tklaserte Isaren dDie1toI AU4Y4I t Rushing Coming A and Going These are the movements of the Buying Public at our store after THE BIG THINGS Constantly offered to the people of Breckenridge County Larger Assortments And better values at a Big Reduction in price meet your demand 4V 1V IT IS YOUR MISTAKE 5 If you fail to see the goods Orders by mail or phone given prompt and careful attention SULZERS PHONE 5 RING 2- I Get Ready for Spring I like do work he todo Har and Trace Back Bands Plow Lines and Saddles Come in and let fit you up for Spring work And for Spring cleaning we and Oils Ready Roofing and Floor Paint are showing a complete line o- fHARDWARE in all of its branches ACaINESHove you used one of our Automatic Sowing Machines ore housewifes delight Make a visit our store see one of them operate Then youll want one McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY r WORMSI soxD AXjIi I ++ JAMES F St Louis The Henderson route will run a I special train to Henderson Sunday Apr 15 125 round trip Train leaves at 94V A M leaving Henderson at 600 P M All on account ol ago gregation The exhibition will be free to the public This is the week 01 oursprlng opening We confident you will serve your own by inspecting our line Our styles our hats possess individuality and time Is paver in usa visit as we have always something novel and Interesting Misa Judith Miller Blank books of all kinds at Babbages J A horse is a man He cant good unless has something it with ness liim right hell pull right and right We keep Harness Collars Hames Chains Bridles us keep Paints Mixed Paints We ever They the to and WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEI OulIIYIDY DXXTTGrGXSXS Prepaml by BALLARD Fare here Shoubs are interests are unique wasted paying plow GO YEARS- EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Cnovntnwra C Anyone sending a sketch and description may tlonssutctlroonodentuu wInventI Handbook on IAIMJU lent free Oldest inner for ccurlnaputentm 1ttenu taken through Mann 4 Co ncelraIprclat notke wtthout Cbanro In the Scknfific fltwricaitA handsomelr Illustrated meekly I mst drrelation of any selentlDo Journal Term M a M rkBna J L rti i 1- t i i i 1i i t 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 x + r J G i ff- s fi fi fl i l BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THE BROODSOW Must Have Great Care A Month Before And A Month After Farrowing GOOD SHELTER ANDCLEANLINESS II L Nowlm Gullford Inrf At The K S II A At IrviDgtun Ky April la 1990 Why this subject was stated lu just this way luau not tell unless it IU eup posed that both the sow and boar iiave been properly cored for all their lives up until thin Urn Tim result of Ibis far row will depend on the care of the tow from birth on HS well 18 the last month before fmowtuj AVe till p wiiinetlmt she liHB burn props ily eared for NJ that we lid her in good ftb not corn fat and perfect health She should then beplflutdI in a tot by herself where she tuts a rood thelttr at least tight feet square This should be the car whether winter orsiuninsr The floor off this shelter should be hit if the soil in ol ouch imtnm teat the duet can be wept down if not HHII put in aboard floor and in either cw put a protection around till outside abuitslz irchtefroui the wells und six or oigit iuciue from the floor Title pert thould always be arranged when FlI sow is put into her lot as then die will not notice itnnd in not so apt to 1 tear it to pieces Tbl olitlttr must be disinfected at leastt once each week bo lone ss the sow remains in it Fine or cut draw may bo used for bedding but use only n small amount at first aid change at least once a week so the pips will nut vet tacgUil or covered up and tiippled The slit Hershould be provided with u door to close In cold or stormy weather to protect thin pigs and a window on th south side to admit bun shine if cord but this window should bo provided with a board covering to keep out tine sun in very warm weather fills much will apply either winter or sum mer but other parts will be BO different that I fthall treat them separately If it ia winter time the sows lot need not be very large but ehould be as will drained au possible and lu a location wheru cold winds will be somewhat broken She must have plenty of bed ing before farrowing ami be disinfected on bright warm days eo as to have no lice on her to go tu the pg An ordinary sizid BW can eat two ears of corn at each end of the day without any harm In addition to tide let her have a good thick blue made of mid dltngi isliipstiiir and batter with warm water A9out one quirt at a ffeed is right for ouch RON Hliu should also have Bom green food of sjine descrip tion Sugar busts iuauilt wurlzils arti chokes or nteame l cut clover are about the beat Give as many of these as she will eat Mangle wurlzols are the easiest raised and as good teed as can bs had It is likely soy beans would answer in paM ol both middlings and green food but I havthad no experience with them fhe abut fetal should bit supplemented with plenty of good clean drinking water nt nil timeH This feed with gentle treat ment uiioulJ hi cojtlnuBil till furrowing time when the sow will he quiet and will allow some one to stay with her Mud care for the pigs as they arrive After the p gt are furrowed give noth lug but g tot fn sit water for twenty four houB and then a little thin middling 1101 with stifle green ffeed for two or three day afer wiiiub gradually Increase until the sow Iis on hull fed by the time the pigi are about two weeks old At this time she should be able to cat five or six ears of cirn at a feed and about threu pintr of middlings with cousidera Us irteu recd If n creep Is prepared near thu sows finding place and a little sweet milk put In a shallow trough when the pins art about three weeks old they are apt to gt to eating some Tide trough inlet bs kept clean and sweet Keep the vermin from the pigs and allow them to It In the SUII whenever it hIDes and by t e time they are a month old they will be sleek healthy fellows and the sow will have lost but little Utah If the sow is to farrow in warm weath er let her lot be large enough to furnish all the grass she will eat The kind of grass matters but little Any kind of clover alfalfa blue grass or timothy will answer In addition to the shelter men tioned before she must have plenty of good s ade and if this shade is located where the air Is apt to stir it is much better The feed should be about the same as in winter except that the grass answers for green feed It Is absolutely necessary to use disinfectants frequently and use something that will kill the ver min without blistering the animals In the above rations ground oats may be substituted for middlings In feeding the sow and If the hulls are sifted out they are all right for the pigs Milk Is a sub stitute for both middlings and green feed but Is not usually available In suf ficient quantities If some milk is mix ed with tho slop Its effects are notice ableI do not pretend that this is all that la necessary In the care of the brood sow these two months but if this Is followed closely other details will present them oelvea which if followed and carefull looked after will insure success FOUND A GOLD MINE It Was in His Poultry Yard Man In Iowa Uses a Compound That Makes His Hens Lay Double the Usual Num ber Summer and Winter Secret of His Success Iioplrf in the neighborhood of Crest on Iowa am nmiz d At tlt number oftgus that title man ilrhva to market nitl When nskid wlat way thin eats+ u eff liin hens being no prolific he stated it vssn nil in a certain comp mini hit was uintr that kept his IIIM in KO JII condition ard furnt lill them with tim iJ1OpHIIIIIl Ins to rrg proiiiition Awurluan lInr- try Mixture IB Itt tam of itendJ 1in made by AnMcni Mfc UtI T rrr Hautf Ind Kmv maulll the poultry tmshifNi U inUfojttxl in the heal h uit his liens and thuir laying ciairfiy In the gi0i KB hi protiif 1llia mtxnui iIt giiiuantrpii to increase tint production t f rips 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more than tbre rims s m much us the ftiiiUK amount ol soy otter compound It IH i uriCt ijtrutM l in fr11 mid the rmuit of onto of pntckall x penance in the lp i1 try bnniiict I It rill ftbwlutvly no dontt In+ to what it will do tad you Art iuvitd to try iItlit the exprns of the company S nil 100 fur u sample pucttHgu and if it dowui do this work you get your mono r hack Thto Is fair and It made to induce pracii call poultryinu to give it u trial It t also a sure ur vemive of bach dlaesleg as the terrible cholera and roup which create each havoc in all parts or the country It acls directly on the maw and gizzard and is a thoroughly scientific preparation The manufacturer guarantee every package or refund the purchase moujy If your druggist dont sell Ameririin Poultry Mixture Ima behind the tae In that case order direct from Arnurnvii Manufacturing Co Terre Ilauti I d Honor Roll and Term Report Utopias last honor roll for the year i al f I fJIws131116U Mournmn UU U VoliHr 11 man JJ 7 Jessie Gary l1I 0 Eva OSUMI tJ4 Robert Fisher DIM Colnmau Mrtttinxly yill Daisy Dean 004 Alma Mattingly WA lEmma Dee Moorman WU Ollie Hoakins U3 Ada Mattiuxly 09 3 Geor 1eytou UU 3 May Dempster 092 Lzzie Flatter tU2 Roy Moorman HJ2 Nealia Mattlugly JU 1 Heber Wei born SWli Mandie MiUtiugly J9 Meda Maxwell OSO N orate HoskiusJSSJolm nie Hoskins 188 Otto Own 088 Emma Lou Moorman OS 7 Minnie Fuutress 08J Myrtle Fentresu U84 Two medals wore offered for the best term averages The work line been very flue and of nearly uniform merit Fur first medal Misses Emma D Moorman May Dempster Daisy Dean and Alma Mattingly tied each making a general average of 097 per cent Robert Fibber wins the second with au average of UVH The writer hm never seen young peo ple do baler work and lie Ifeels proud not only of these live but of nil Utopia There are many good workers here workers who have home encouragement thoughtfulI are Otter Oven Ada MaUiugly Louise Moorman Ohio Hunkine and Lizz e Fisher With entire Batislaction con cerning the efforts of pupils and thu hearty support their parents have given the school and with wishes for a pleasant vlc lon I dose this report of the year 1 II PJIE FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Sufferers Ulcers Oancurs Eating Korea Painful SwelllniH Effects of Blood Poison IVr eisteut Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by Ii J5 Ii Botanic mood Balm the most wonderful lilood Purillarof thenge made espccally to cure all terrible obstinate deep seated Blood and Skin trou blul Is your mood thin Are you pale All ruu down 7 Have you Eczema Pimples Blotches and Bumps 7 Skin or Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because it drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows B B B thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands curedafter doctors and patent medicine bad failed For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5To prove our faith In B B B we will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test the remedy- at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Valuable Information PeddlerI have a most valuable boo to sell madam it tells one how to do anything Lady sarcastically Does iit tell one how to get rid of a pestering peddler Peddler promptlyOh yes madam buy something from him townyThursday SUatlerciI Dlnmona Under certain conditions which are very rare and remarkable Bald an old jeweler a diamond may bo shattered to atoms by a smart sudden blow The stone seems to disintegrate and fly I apart as nearly as I can express It and when the KImbcrlcy gems first came Into the market the Brazilian brokers claimed that they wce espe dally subject to that kind of accident For the time being the story had Its effect on trade but It was proved to be untrue and tho Incident Is now forgotten In the course of an experience of nearly 40 years I have known of only two cases of diamonds being broken One occurred many years ago when I was working In a shop In the old Held House in Chattanooga A lady customer dropped a cluster brooch from the counter to the tiled floor a distance of about 3V4 feet It struck squarely on the center store which was broken Into a tiumlicr of small Irregular fragments Tho dlaniuud lad weighed about two carats The other Instmice took place here In New Orleans about six years ago A St Louis traveling man named Crawford had a solitaire weighing Hl carets set In a ring He wits standing In the store and while conversing about something made a midden gcbturo and struck the stone against n motal fixture It was split Into small jugged splinters a number of which wo found on top of the showcase Time drummer hltiiftelf wns the mot astonished man I ever wiw lie bud supposed dill manta were Indestructible simply be cause they were bardNety Orleans TimesDemocrat Alex Stirprlnpil Thom Alexander MncArtbur ntthoT of a successful study of life In the Latin quarter of Tarl which brought to the writer both popularity and prollt Is also the pupil and biographer of Ru binstein The author lived for two yeas In St Petersburg corresponding fOI the London press and taking part In Home thrilling adventures but the most singular of the writers experi ences happened in Chicago after the novel had been brought out by a pub lisher of that city The book had boon bo successful that the publisher decid ed to give the author a dinner to which n dozen of tho loading men of letters In the lake city were itched The giiosts hind assembled when the author was announced Through the blue haze of smoke there appeared n handsome young wo man attired In evening dress We are expecting Mr MacArthur said the host Mr Alexander Mac Arthur the novelist So I understand returned the uu expected guest I nm Alexander Mac Arthur You gasped the publisher Yes Didnt you know I nm Lil lian MncArthur at your service I Intro been writing over the name of Alexander ever since I left my home in Dublin It wns only the work of a minute to rearrange matters and tho dinner was n great success Saturday Evening Post The Captain nidtlncHon On one of Old hose Hoeys trips across the Atlantic the steamer mov ing slowly along In n dense fog at about 3 oclock In the morning struck on tine rocks off Fastnct the light not being visible Fortunately nothing niece than a scare for tine passengers resulted Everybody was soon on deck except Hoey who had been having a hilarious time the night before nUll lad slept all through the trouble One of his friends sent n steward for him tumid at last he appeared still a trifle befogged When the facts were explained to him he joined fervidly In an Im promptu praise service which tine hpas sengers were holding Finally there came a lull In the proceedings and Old floss took advan tau of It to propose three cheers and a tiger for thu captain This proposi tion caused much astonishment and some ono ventured to ask on what grounds he based the proposed honor to the captain Drawing himself up to his full height Old hose replied Impressively On tho ground that ho Is the only man sailing the Atlantic ocean who could lave hit that Infernal rock without Q- IIghtlSDnI Francisco Argonaut Same Tlilncr At a womans euchre party the other day one of tho fair players stopped the gamu with this query What do they call a little black cat In England A number of the members had been In England but they all hud to give It upThe riddle maker smiled sweetly as she trumped her partners ace In true traditional style Cant guess Why kitty kitty Just the same as anywhero elseNew York Mall and Express loud IlunU A wonderful reserve fund for the bu man appetite Is to be found In tho veg etable diet of tho Klamath Indians A novel variety of food forming a menu unknown to the civilized Is offered la the pulp of the great yellow water Illy which is converted Into a farinaceous food in the weed known as goosefoot which bears a black seed thatIs ground up for loaves and cakes and in the arrowhead which In the fall develops a starchy white tuber at the end of the root Not a Bribe You say pursued the chairman o the legislative Investigating commit tee that ho resorted to no bribery whatever during the campaign ao fa kYee know sir replied the witness that Is what I said Did bo not circulate several boxes of cigarsYes sir but them cigars warn ti bribes Hero ono of em You cut try It Chicago Tribune Subscribe for the NEws and be happy nil the rest of your life IHEALTH and beauty are the glories of perfect woman who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar their sex cannot retain their beauty Preservation Ito features and rounded themselves form is I 01II a duty women owe to Tho mark of excessive monthly suf Bring is a familiar one in the faces of young American women Dont wait young women until your good looks are gone past recall Consult Mrs Pinkham at the out Tph tn her at Lynn Ml1sJ start o Miss EDNA ELLIS Higginsport Ohio writes DEAR MRS and had suffered untold agony PINKHAM I am aschool teacher during my menstrual periods for ten years My nervous SY- 5tm was almost a wreck I suffered with pain in my side and dison Mt Ind writes DEAR PIN by school teacher for with nervousness have re benefit from E Pinkhams Cora from that have ever tried II 8 06- fi Is on for AUt bars Daniel Boono Soap 5c 5 sack salt 6c 2 pounds soda 5o 1 can Pink t ill jelly lOc f 1 set glasses lO- el1 largo Glass lOc 0 1 largo can pears 10c 02 cans Polks Tomatoes 15c 02 cans McCalls Corn 15c 1 Pkg Breakfast food 15c 1 Lamp lbc occ 0 Case Excuse me said the detective as he at the door of the I music but I hope youll give me what you have and not make any fuss What do yon mean was the Why that affair you know I dont Why you see we got a tip from the house next here has been mur down to work up the case Agents ou salary of 1500 per week ever every tock and raiser buys it on eight Hustlers wanted Address with stamp Mfg Terre Haute Ind I of vllle Mr and Mrs H Bates at this week had almost every ill human neon heir to I had taken from 15Inumber of physicians who gave no relief In ono specialist said no could help me I must submit to an At my I wrote to Mrs Pink ham stating my case in every par ticular and a reply I the given me and now I suffer no more during menses If anyone cares to know more about my case I will cheerfully answer letters aUIMiss KATE COOl 16 MRS ILUI St and a long whileI am occupation a menstruation and I ceived more Lydia Vegetable pound than all I o e oe THEY SAY I o That The EARLY BIRD That Catches The Worm Iil its the Cor- nerGRCERi i That catches See Iwe quotethe prices these goods cash only jl 14 poundrice6c box matchesse SalmonlOcjar Watcrpitcher Complete little door that Thoa fact G bars soap 25c 2 A 25c 3 largo prunes 25c e7 bars Lenox 25c 6 Rolled Oats 25c 41 Sack Good Flour 4 Best 350I Ibti Irish 750I e = == ==t== 1WE GIVE When you get nothing other p c- NTSIISave and get IiIiThe Eclipse Grocery 2 I eeA Serious Murder presented himself conservatory Information indignant inquiry understand boarding somebody mefsellerrpoultry Co WWandJN McCarty Whites visited Tarfork THEMARKS OF- SUFFERNO treatment eminent medicine operation mothers request received prompt advice Jackson suffered painful remedies It s IBirt I everybody pound Reference American followed Ivory pounds California Peaches pounds Soap pounds pounds Coflce Roasted IPotatoes I your tickets thing nice oa produced Carrying Out The Metaphor A visitor at a Columbia Mo school the other day asked one of the lower grade classes this question What is the axis of tbe earth An imaginary line passing from one pole to the other on which the earth revolves proudly an swered a pupil Yes said the ex aminer well pleased and could you hang a bonnet on it Yes sir In deed 1 And what kind of a bonnet 1 An imaginary bonnet slr1I The vis- Itor asked no more questions Most women with female weakness suffer dreadfully from plfes in addition to their other pains They may be cured by using TABLERH BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents Miss Harriet Adams daughter of Mrs Inei Adams deceased bas gone to Mobile Ala to make her home with her uncle Mr A L Baton f Kirks 5 New Store New Goods At prices that will 4 surprise your purso V c Everything in i Staple and I t FancyQ Groceries S S FURROW Q Kirk Ky e o m e Awwwwwaww I IEGGSa the fol lowing bred fowls at 8100 per sitting of 15 eggs Barred Plymouth Rocks Light Brahmas Buff 1M1 V RD W A WALKItI II c PO A WALKER BOAR- DDENTISTS HARDINSBURGIKENTUCKY At Irvington TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY alter Third Sunday N E WOOD A M M D Present Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute 017 LaSalla Avonuo Chicago ill Established In Chicago over twenty years Regolarljr chartered under act of lllluuli Lcstslataro Capital fullrjmld 9100000 The oldest largest mot rellnblo anti sac tcssfal Medical Institute In the U He Private rooms for 1ntlonU with fucIlUlM far any emergency Xltnjr ailcrosrojilcal and Urlscoplcn Uxnmlnutlon ore made In all cases whenever diagnosis U doubtful Write for free hook on Uefonnltlm and llrnces Club Feet Curvature of the Spine Ilronchltls Catarrh Cancer Tumore fate Paralysis Epilepsy Kidney lUatldor Yore Ear Skin and hoot Disease nnd nil Sur gical Operation llcst faclllllesnlnamhab- and remedies for the mircrHsful tixiituit and cure or all Obscure or Chronic UUinntn- Wo absolutely guarantee to earn every case of Nervous Debility and dUenscn resulting from nbUHc and Indiscretion ni Youth and Manhood Bprrniatorrhcra Fi lu InalWeakncM night hoses and Unll iniIn urine impotency Yarlcoccle llyilrf cele Stricture IhlmneU tote etc Charges Reasonable No Incurable rases accepted No COI or deposit Krhfincs Future U unknown to uet 1OOOO testimonial letters on fll9 from cured patients Many cured nt home Coosatatlon free and confidential personally or by letter Write un today K3paso Hook on aU Chronic and Surgical Ueutll and oat nf 130 auestloru sent free AJKIRST Catinelions Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED Office in Rear of Moorman a Owen Drugstore Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY RANKO- FEA1tDINS SUEG B F BEARD President WILL MILLER VicePresident M H BEARD Cost Jt r G W JOLLYIR M I DIRECTORS 1 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Rest Goodsf I III Ir I IS Buyers who are J ttunable to find what 1 theirthey want IJP I own town will have I I the satisfaction of I 1 being pleased by f sending an order to iJ II K miD G OHIO 1019 BROOK ST H Louisville I y t1 Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BY MAILFull courses 25 cash or you can pay SlOO OR 200 PER MONTH IIooVi and hlanks TREE The pnncfoal ol this schoo Ii bODkkeeplnJblchI schools Including the public ichouU ol New York and other large cities The LaDING system ol Shorthand IIi taught Students from every State You can graduate ia your SPARS Tint be It ever so littleI Gradutci asslsttj U fodtloni SnciAL RATa TO THOSE WHO SEKD FOR CA8ALOGOES AT ONO SGUWARTX SCHOOL 3153 Weit Jefferson St Louisville K J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co- CANNELTONIND News and OpinionsOF National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH I Dally by mall 600 a year Dallyand Sunday by mall 8 00 a year The Sunday S 1l Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper lathe world Price So a copy By mail 82 a year Address THE SUN New York P WIURT Merchant Tailor j iL Suitings and Repair Work A SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman do Sons old furniture stand CloverportKjr PH r tAJvs-r isU r Y 1 u H it t r N a f st E ir ii- j r tjjj 1 S 1t- f 1 1s fS ti II I r f If t rr I I r1a Irl qtr fu I tI t tI tI tt t f 1t f c t tttJf F tt- i t- t I I tI tI I tI 1 1 8I I jIr 7ri 1mi t t 1 J Ss SI l 44iI fvf 1I 1I ryas I 4 1 0c f f 1I 1cJI ani tJJ e i- VV c t J r 1 I 11 t 4 i t t zkj tt- A t jjT1 ft 1aIt A Af r 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL ltL it 7 r sasswenrThmumornwoosCflawrxvmerwe + rwnunrarswwLrr nverneraruus3re en W + M t 1e 1 is t tlw +Nt P it i i 1i 11- p 1t G 4 f fi tfti i YrM I V rgar tfif tfiy fJ 1 I It 4 i J 1 i w ii i Ay 1 4t- a I J 1 r rI ji no n THOROUGHBRED = The Lowly Swine To Be Brought To perfection In The 20- thj Century BRAIN AND MUSCLE WILL- ACCOMPLISH THIS JpoOllitbiAtThe KS JJ A At irvligun Ky April IB 1900 The value of tburnugbbrol swIne on this market is of H two fold nature To ilttj producer it mean a It sfeninj ol both time and food two valuable ad juncts for uhf fanner to consider Form Vrly with Ilio ridg looters It took from 18jo 24 WOJ1tbl to lit n pig toady for the market DOW with increased hhowl edge and consequently thoroughbred hogs the pig ito ready for ihemarket iti from 0 to 8 month a raving ol from 12- 1q 10 month time attention and food This ieol flK much iuteitbt to the con sumer 88 ILl proiluoii fur they thus iffl purer fronNr younger sweeter meat Kentucky if an ideal data in many repf eta Who uvm acroMt the waters has not gazed with wonder and admira tion on Kentucky tact bores s who hasinot imbibed aont of her earn juhVand ruin is eu load to the world as tot I Jjowof her b40tIutilul wOlliorl And ca a prfliiiwl center hays we not eat all nation niccg It is mw tim t be should turn her tterticn to the lowly swine which before the 20U w niury I1I all have rlrllfli will rank tut n of the foremost Hd prondecl off the animal ore Ktion To do this it will ba ntwsMijy foi Ids master to cultivate his owu intellect that be may center hiel attention on the klmte ol food rf quir d to produce a tog in tim Jeaet po Bible time with the smallest Nothing short of acost of production thoroughbred hog will bring about best resultsAn early matured hog will grade much bettor on the market than a scrub hence a better price wilt be realized This 20th century hog with proper care of his well read master will be Pcc uced in such a otartlintfly short time that the swine plague unless be increaBia his pace can Ecarcely get in flight of our hog It has been said The demand creates the IIUppy1 In regard to pork and ba con I beg to reverse tho axiom and say that pork anti bacon will create the de mand br this I mean the kind the qual ityof pork anti bacon will increase or decrease tho demand Let a butcher serve his patrons with strong coarse Dark and his customers will soon lose all ap petite for such Let him put young freaGTsweet juicy meat on the market and his patrons will want more and buy oftenerOne lamentable fact stands out more prominently than all others and that Is that some farmers with emphasis on some and a soft accent on farmers send hogs to the market that should not even go to the soap factory for fear that after the addition of lye and a continued boll leg some of the disease germs might linger I doubt indeed II they are fit for anything other than a bullet followed by a lime pit There are farmers who more anxious for financial gain than per Bonal honor knowing such hogs cannot pass the inspector cure these diseased animals as country bacon thus doing ir reputable harm to the honest farmers to say nothing of the harm done the com munityThe 20tb century farmer should breed nothing but the best feed nothing but the beat in order to get the best results Bear in mind that we cannot plug off time neither can we rest on our oars ffittjirat drifting down stream TOBO and tide wait for no man If wo hope to deal creditably with the hog we must take Father Time by the forelock and with a retrospection for tho past and a hope for the future be up and do lag in the present- A question might be raised should all farmers both little and big breed thor oagbredfl I claim they should The little farmer is apt to say I raise so few hogs it would not pay me to carry thor oughbreds To which remark there t ean be but one answer It does pay Is there not a sense of satisfaction In looking at even a few good hogs In ad dition to this they feed better sell better and a farmer naturally takes better care of jthoroughbreda than scrubs He would sot forget to give them ealt and hard wood ashes every ten days he would keep a sharp look out for vermin he would watch for coughs and feed charred eona to lessen the chance for swine plague The farmer in the present and future aawt emltivare both brain and muscle If he hopes to reach the front rankHe should provide himself with from five O ass good agricultural papers and i- nIlrrlence of others reap profits un walkingfMWyclopedlaof of knowledge a blessing to son oeholdaBd a ready help to iJ neighbors He should on an old fcUadoaed farm with rye clover and- petieaedalittle eon with which to toWi and with good thoroughbreds be able to rake hogs by the dooea where 4r originally hogs would not u ow at all All fnnncnf can hteul1 oriUghhred awinebnt they cannnt all hecnmo good breed s poi i rrtuo they are wanting in both iiicijiy or will power hut canna IIH they liavRi niMiy IHHH in ttdo fire that atr1 w H ity thlr nthu1J H UIUR ho llvlilfil All Imil to llic hrcfili r who c I111otc liiitntfrdini endtd1 tent loii tc hIIIIl lima Hllltij II IUIII felt wont nn HIP landofI wry Tartu r- IInrartlyhentthHonI prc shin IH eeesn licjr that sill iinprovu dm Jnid While wo honor tb hrr drr anti pay lam justllrlhu w mutt not I Ilc lie is Jimuan nUll nsyarr wimntiniH Me uidentaliy eoiiiciini 11 vlih kUIIluf fSo it buhoove a ffniBr to icfurm him flrlf on tin weak nod strong inlms of it hug and thus be able to avoid thahurt- A tnorou hbred hour of from two U three months of age c n usa ily hj bought for 2500 or 30 00 MirN N 1pit mthlfIhoolli n year to plants 0111 ere who no him Novas to too iliLVretun bftwuun tint breeder who 6111n flvtt dollar MU urI fcrtiedinx purpoevN and the f rmar who puts thorough him oi thf ninrk t Toe adrniitott iiipratly iu f v rof the nn er inMffiuctl Jill ha has no expenre in adrarlaliig no corr ufnicK to dt no tdigrera to write no oraio 10 hka nor is there any time lloftt g ii 4 f the aI lion with oar or two pig the tamo trip perhaps to be repeatedthe fobirg day A fnruier who names thoronubbod too i becomra a iotcd figure in fie com munity and iciHtad of his having tor k a onyer thu haven seek him kuowitiK full well that uci hogs are always in tllmarHI end will top tke market I think tile heel avtviw any asge could KiN ns fafiu ni would bf RaU much and think dvvpiy remvouberiiix that R full ruin Ii Is Iftter abU to din ct the physical man By tide I mean uot to feo in tht earns old path our fore tiem have tiavaled but to brat in mind tl at KM tiuio rolls on wooderfal ircprovemonUl are triads and that it is just ta rt cewi ry I for r farmer to mad thn wvfkHcs and dailtifi so SM to kcp pottedt ou the mark ct flunotiintiocs in meat grain and vege tables and on the vnrioiifc instrutueus and prices of machinery devised for hin eep cinl use as it is that the banker or merchant should watch for the lluncua lions in thtiir line of trade Then let us subscribe for more papery more mageziocs and periodicals that wo may conduct our farms wisely nud wel In so doing wo will find that the hog which now gracis the table in every known land from the rich and titled home to the howe of the poorest and humblest will rise in all his majestic Glory and honor and point with pride to his energetic master who brought about such grand results Spreads like Wildfire When things are the best they be come the boat sellinsr Abraham Hare a lending druggist of Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why Most diseases begin in disorders of stomach liver kidneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach regulates liver kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures 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 Sold by Short Haynes druggists THE OWENSBOROPRESBYTERY Mrs Woodley Is Enrolled As An Or- daIned Minister After A Twelve Years Fight The Owensboro Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church met at Owensboro Tuesday and Wednesday April the 3rd and 4th with about forty delegates present This number represented only about half of the churches One of the most important features of this meeting was the enrollment as a regularly ordained minister of Mrs Wooaley This plucky little woman has kept up the fight for this recognition for twelve years through several synods and three general assemblies The next meeting of this body will be at Irvington Tuesday October 91000 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 cts Money back if not cured Sold by Short de Haynes Druggists The Trail of the Boer Did I understand you to say that one of your ancestors fought during the Revolution Yes my greatgreatgreatgrandfather fell at Bunker kopjeCleveland Plain Dealer Perfect digestion Is the only founda tion for perfect health The food wo eat makes all the blood we have which in turn feede every nerve muscle and tie sue in the body HERBINE quickens the appetite aide digestion gives tone and vigor to all the functions and insures good health Price 60 cents FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS Bobs tho idol of the British army and the hero of the march to Kanda har hi 07 years of age and small In stature He Is In cowhand of tin mire Brltlb army In South Africa Ills eon was killed at Colcnio recfiiily PROSPEROUS PRINCETON Rev T J DeWItt Says McKinley nay Carry Texas ThiS Fall Plnonton IVxac 3Ir J D Rbbauf Dear SIrAs I rivvvr sun anything from this part of Texas in the Kwdllnd think big that a few JtamAi miijht bo of interest to your renders I claim a small portion of your space The weather her I + beautiful now The corn IId large enough to plow and the prospect for wheat m UH lino no we have ever had The oats is looking well alter aliue rain The timber Is green and beautiful Money is plentiful in this section and prosperity is felt in every avocation Cotton is selling for 10 cents and cattle hogs and mules and all other stock and produce are commanding good prices Every body is in good spirits and many think that Tex s will give McKInley a majority this fall ff this is a southern state With all good wishes for the success of the NEWS and all its readers I am Yoursforsucceis T J DeWiTT 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 other lives For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R Shellman Stephensport Buys Half Interest Mr II Q Yeaner is now a full fledged laundryman having purchased a hall interest in the Home Laundry which was operated by Joseph Seymour An ounce of prevention is worth a pound 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 Sold Out J E Nichols who has been operating a barber shop at the East end of the bridge has sold out to Joseph Seymour Noted Healler In Town The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for Cuts wounds sores plies and all skin diseases It ID guaran teedMoorman Owen Charity Every good act Is charity Giving water to the thirsty is charity remov lug stones and thorns from the road Is charity exhorting your fellow men to virtuous deeds is charity smiling in your brothers face Is charity putting a wanderer In tho right path Is charity A mans true wealth Is the good he does in this world When ho dies mortals will ask What property has be left behind him But angels will Inquire What good deeds hut thou sent before theeMobammedPaiute A B Farrington Constanta N Y says I was troubled several years with kidney disease and suffered severe pains in the back I used Foleys Kidney Cure and one bottle cured me I recom mend it to my friends It has given perfect satisfaction Take no Bubsti tnteMoorman Owen SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Mrs Henry Paul Who Was Recently Operated On By Ur Simons Is Recovering One of the 1IIt Atrg rcua operatinna ever performed his tea country YkB tha ono recently performed l lr Dr A A Simons on Mrs Harcy Paul near Mat tingly Tim lack rf boepihdconveo Ituicts makes the urcejfj of this orRt- lou tho morn remnrknhe lh1atlIIt reports from Mrs Paul show her condi tion avoraWa to a speedy recovery Dr Simon was nsiated lIty Urn Mllnr Pdteflville IKincheloe Hardinsburg mid Smith Clovcrport 31nUl K the neat of It Will you have this here woman to be your lawful wedded wife Thats what I lowed I would Will you love honor and obey her Aint you got that switched roun parson said tho groom John sail the bride elect dont you reckon the parson knows his busi ness Answer the question I yes said the groom I reckon Ill have toAUl1nta Constitution After LaGrippe What Usually a rocking cough and a general feeling of weakness Foleys Honey and Tar is guaranteed to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well Moorman Owen An Ovcrouotloim Wife An Incident occurred at the redemp tion bureau of the treasury which ought to bo a warning to wives A woman In New Sssland placed 48 In bank bills In the oven of the kitchen stove hi odor to hide It from her hus band She forgot to take It out and In the morning he kindled a hot fire and reduced the money to a crisp before his wife remembered where It was She picked up the ashes enough to half fill a wlneslasH put them In a lit tie box and sent them down to Wash ington to bo redeemed The experts by the use of magnifying glasses Iden tiled the bills to the amount of 30 and sent her that money but It cost her 12 to fool her husband and she will probably not try It again Chicago Record There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the 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 fail ing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter nally 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 OHENEY de Co Toledo 0 I Sold by Druggists 76c Lnokr Hesitation I never was glad for this Impedi ment In my speech but once said the man from Dearborn who was to to see- thetownWhen was tbatr- Fefefellow asked me bhnow much I 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n V P 1 fm73 rTf1 AiSl i11t jJ IZi I f 4Jf i i tri1i i1 i L k Pt 3 1e J e I 1 tVi3t + 1J rt tI tP1ANOSI tri iilR X31 I S ii 1y THE ENTIRE J m r I i GREENUP STOCK I fjj THROWN ON THIWARKET AT Y2PRICEWe have purchased the entire stock of Pianos Organs and Musical Instruments of tthe M Greenup Music Co AS OUR WAREROOMS ARE CROWDED TO THE DOORS we will J44for the next thirty 30 days sell the stock at just onehalf original prices This will prove the 1 gift greatest sale in tho history of Louisville I 88 PIANOS AND ORGANS MUST BE SOLD try I jLt jlat Neatly new 850 Steinway Upright mahogany case 425 A new 8480 Checkering mahogany case for 265 A new S400 Poole Piano walnut case for 195lA new 385 mahogany Stultz Baur Piano for 187 l A new 8350 Greenup Piano in any wood for 175 New 360 Haines Co for 185 i1AUprightsStoinways Ji tins Fischers Kranich Bach Winners and other wellknown makes from 85 upwardr10 Square Pianos Steinway Hinzen it RosenTKurtzmann and other makcH foIGREATrand it Voteys Mason Hamlin and others 8 to 49 each pjMandolinKgboThis is the greatest sale ever held in tho South tle propose to dispose of this Kg entire stock within thirty days sooner if possible j sIt will pay you to investigate these remarkable bargains even you had not intended buying for some little time iflili Purchasers living outside of the city are invited to write for special list of bargains in now SMITH NIXON CO0 622 and 624 Fourth Avenue Bet Walnut and Chestnut Sts zovxsvszlzlE XY convtlnjenttot t t t t t 4 z rt t ri i a THE BRlgCKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL it 1900rP I t f ff f t It I II Ii i I r 1- j J I I t t j 8j iis c I I h1h 1I hI The IIIoed Itfri6 tItruantl I I vtiaWOpedk SoompWhisS IU MN Nttiaee we er BRANDENBURG Democratic Primary next Saturday Somebody will be glad somebody wll besadDr Hardin and son Claude went up to see Joe Jefferson Doctor combined business with fleeing the veteran actor Rilph Bingbam the great lecturer end violinist will be here in May to give Itn entertainment under the auspice of the Ladles Aid Misa Deck Williams of Flahertynee In town one day last week introducing her French cream a beautiful face powder and perfectly harmless Write to her for a 25c Jar which will last a year Mrs D W Lewis and Miss Mary Lewis eang a beautiful selection from Trovatore last Thursday Misses Lena Nevitt and Mabel Hardlti sang the late pretty and popular ballard She Rests by the Suwanee River The carpet ball party was a large swell affair at the Methodist parsonage last Friday night Each lady contribut ed a ball and each gentleman pound of something for the ministers family A new carpet for the parsonage is thus BB snred The Congressional Teachers Associa tlon for the district will convene here April 20th and 2lst A large number of teachers and visitors will be here Brandenburg will be equal to the occa slon and everybody will be given homes and made comfortable The reading club met with a cordial reception from Mrs Pusey and Miss Maydee last Thursday Romeo and Juliet was hugely enjoyed and the die cnEsions were interesting Delicious reIfreabments Miss Wathena ilambleton Is the next hostess April 10th I hays just heard that my old friend Mr Hardin of Big Spring was iu town and went to see me at the house I lived in before moving here No one was at home so he left without seeing me I which I regret exceedingly I hope he Ij will come again and bring his good wife with him 1t Mrs Denton whose illness was men II tioned last week died on Monday April I 3rd She Ileaves a daughter and son I She was a Christian woman and a devoted mother wbo will be sadly misv11l f by her children so alone In the world They have great sympathy and much attention in their bereavement On Easter Sunday in the morning Bro UtchfieM will preach and the choirIIf willrender some beautiful special selec t lions At night the Womans lIeelontt ary society will give an Easter program- at the MetlioJiat church to which every K iAni u a Christmas one I have a marked copy of the NEWS 5 with a lung red line drawn down to the jj notice where It N Millers liouee is ad R- vertised for sale and at the end a little aDemocrata In my opin on it means Miller should e be hanged on that tree and the red line j indicates his blood is required I had never thought of such a solution but it r may be correctIrS Remember the appointments for Ells S ter Sunday High Mass at the Catholic church which will bo decorated Tbe gtheand special singing hy the choir At 2 eleven oclock Brother Leitchfiuld preach at the Methodist church williispecial selections appropriate for the JJ- caalon by the choir At night an Easter cjj program will be given by the Womans jfi Missionary uoclety All are invited each of Ithese services J Misses Mary and Bees Lewis hIIopen doors for the X V jjJoyedjj among so many pretty bright girls Re J gdeeg April 23rd Monday instead of Tuesday for busiiieta reasons which are tc be consideredThe 3 Missionary society met E with Mrs William McIntire last Friday afternoon and enjoyed a most profitable g meeting Mrs Sallie Owens being ab g jjjfilledan enthusiastic zealous worker in the ja aue of missions and Christianity gj With Miss Daisy Mclntire aa organist I several hymns were sung Mrs D W 6 Lewis read a leaflet Our Work and 8- MreH B Grinnell read a leaflet Seventy g fiye Thousand dollars This is 1 the amount to be raised by the Womans bend of Foreign Missions u our share of 5 JjHand the minutes of the last meeting 1- Misfl AUie read tho rapper aa treasurer tfi Mrs Hawse was with the society as a 9 ttt4 H rT10A 3t11k1rotidestIW dfast and scarcely anylhirig dating the day Since tatona Hoods SarstptrSU Jam hungry alt the torte Hoofs has asrtdl7V pbnples and bnprovedrfl- pmerat y hiltli Gmtwde Sfoddsn- utPrtnreribwa Remember wn n visitor and a contributor An Easter program was decided on for Sunday night The doxology was sung TheI next meeting will be held with Mrs Ginnie Philips On Sunday April let Mr Vol Price wu buried last Saturday JJI sons wife was buried About two months ago her mother Mrs Keay died On last Monday Mn Denton was called away by death It Is not often so small a town has 10 many burials in so short a time Mrs Price was buried from the Baptist church Brother Duvall preach ed the funeral She leaves a husband and four Rmall children W HITE8 CREAM VERMIFUGEI f not on v rffectually distrny worm it ale- olhttraeestlleapptite aids Hssimilation mid triiiiHornis a frail Infant into one of rubutt health Price 25 cents ULNA NO 0822 This famous sow the first of the line of note sows of that name was the property of Amos W Harris of Flour nay Ky breeder of the Duroc Jerseyj Swine She has taken more prizes than any red hog in the south and several times has taken the sweepstakes over recogI nized by all Duroc breeders to bo above jpar as brood cows and prize winners j From one of her litters of 15 pigs was sold 5758 worth of pigs with one sow re served for home purposes April Showers Wash away the filth and wastA that has accumulated during the winter I In like manner Hoods Sarsaparilla I expels from tbe blood Impurities that have hen deposited during the season when there has been but little perspiration and perhaps constant confinement In impure wad vitiated air It in a boon to tired mothers housekeepers teachers and others who ep nd their time indoors It glvs the blood richness and vitality fitting it to nourish and strengthen then rvs rauiciM serf all the great organs of tit rnly It cures all spring humors and lianlfthvfl that tired ffllIng- I IU due hist medicine monnycan buy for all iHtenscfl reused by Impure or im povtriiliel Mood You should begin taking II loilny I 1terlsl1 single Mite contains 100 dotes AndII wflbut a month while others overIape to Us but A week or fortnight Hoods SarsapariSa heart unequalled f record of perfect sadpermanent cures SMALL DOSESiji LARGE RESULTS ttt4ttJu FORDSVILLE Health is good at this time 0 Wedding is going to movo tto Horse Branch In a few days We are glad to see Miss Nura Martin out slier a serious illness Mr John Kirk has been confined to the house for sometime with rheuma tism Our Sunday school is very prosperous under the management of Superintendent C Ford We bad a good sermon from Bro Thompson Sunday aud a good crowd was out to hear him Mr Polk Gilmore was a pissenger on the Oweusboro train Saturday euroute to Indiana to visit relatives Mr Roll Godsey of Yvaman has moved to our town We are glad to welcome them among us The Farmers Institute meets here next Saturday and we suppose the streets of our little town will be crowd ed There is a large amount of ties and lumber being hauled here for shipment Timber men seem to be doing a good businessThe daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Dean died lost Wednesday night and was buried Thursday at tin ceme tery The parents have our sympathy A S Worsely the editor of the Ex press Is going to move his printing office to Hardinsburg He will take his family about the last of May We wish him success Miss Beulah Rush is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Sam Council at Henderson We hope she will have a pleasant visit We miss her very much especially at Sunday school Last Saturday fire got out of Mr Dill Mitchells new ground and did a good deal of damage It burned the canvass off Mr Mitchells tobacco beds burned fencing and was over the woods for quite a space How the Grippe Settled Leathers Store Ky 4 prll 5 1WX H Royalty of this place states that his wife was taken with the grip which set tied in her limbs At times she could hardly walk She was also pfflicted with catarrh of the stomach and could eat nothing without adding to her suffer loge This was her condition until she took Hoods Sarsaparilla which relieved her and now she can eat and is rid of the whole trouble 1 1GUISTON Mr R J Fatteaon went to Branden burg on a visit Miss Hellea Pollock fa visiting in 4jMisat ddon ial visit Ing relatives at this place Mr John Nevitt and wife of Irving ton spent the day with Mr R J Patte son Saturday MrChas Anderson and family of Bewleyville visited Jim Odborns fami ly Saturday and Sunday Miss Katie Smith has gone to Dayton Ohio to spend the summer with her sister Mis James Mattlngly 31 James H Thompson visited Gus tru last week Oa accouut of delicate health Mr Thompson has been kept vary closely at home this winter The net earningsI of the Ferris Wfieel alone were 500000 during the short period of the Worlds Fair and et some people wonder how money centralu S so fast Brother Loltcbfield treated us again list Sunday to two eleganermons He Is highly appreciated by the people of this vicinity who turned out largely to hear him preach We feel ourselves above other states with our two Governors but lam afraid when the supreme court has its inning we will have to come down to ordinary living just like other states and put up with just one poor old Governor can we stand to bi treated thus HowII In the near future we are to hav an plnCtComparedare a little behind on this kind of work but it IB better late than never I am told they voted whiskey out of Garnetts villa 5 to 1 Well we dont expect such a victory as that 4 to 1 will do us J I Carson Prothonotary Washing ton Pa savIII have found Kodol Dye pepsia Cure an excellent remedy in case of stomach troutlf and have de rived great benefit from its use It di gests what you eat anil cannot fail to- cureA R Fisher A life insurance man stood in Charley Andersons yard admiring his house and remarked that he had traveled all over our State and that Oharleys resldenpe was as pretty a farm house as he had seed in any other part of Ken tacky Tlie upper half of the front door which is glass has a ground glass picture of a lady attired in riding habit holding by her side a Kentucky thorough bred horse bridled and saddled In the palm of her lleft hand she holds a large apple which she offers the horse while her large St Bernard ddtt stands admir ingly r y There are dther pictures of the kind about the Muse and other beautiful features but I only men tion one Belonging to this same farm is one Of the most commodious stock farms In the country The Ferris wheel one of the most pop ular attraction al tbe Worlds Fair in Chicago is to be dismantled and sold for old iron If you have Iti you Jtnow it You know all about the heavy feeling in the stomachthef- ormation of gas the nausea sick headache and general1 weakness of the whOle body You cant have it a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres Just one remedy for you AYQTZSarsaParill Theres nothing new about it Your grand parents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparlllas were known It made the word Sarsaparillafamous over the whole world Theres no other sarsa parilla like it In age and power to cure its 11 The leader of them all tJ JlMtxXll AU lretiWi Ayers Pills cure constipation wasInducedtook three bottles and now feel like myfellow earlItscelled I D OOOD Jan 30 t8992rowntownTa- WrH thm feelerIf TOD hSYS my complaint whatertr and desire the txit meoleal adTlo you doctortreatyply without coot Addrtu DB J O ATER Lowell Hue A UTILE CHILD DI AD Little Ellie Dreser Rollins Diet At Hazel Dell of Pneumonia Ellle Dreser Rollins tha seven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs M Rol line of Hazel Dell died at their home Thursday March 20th Her death was caused by an attack of pneumonia and whooping cough She was buried in the Sample graveyard and leaves a father mother a brother and a sister to mourn her loss Thos W Carter of Ashboro N 0 had kidney trouble and one bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure and be says there is no remedy that will compare with it The building in which the National Democratic convention waste be held in Kansas City was destroyed by fire Thurs slay April 3rd I I I 100 Ia h + II1 ua BEWLEYVILLE Next Sunday will be Easter Onions sets at Julius SlppelV List Week WBiJfoe weatherfor farm IngMrs McGlotblan closed her school last weekMrs Rigsby hrs moved her family to Rosetta Miss Willa Drury was quite sick sever al days last week David Hardaway la expecting to leave for Dakota soon Thor Cain and sister Bevle were in Irvington Sunday Fletcher Stanford has a position as clerk with Mrs Basham Uncle Mat Har away made a nlee round of visits last week Miss Ada Drnry teat home with her sister Willa who Is sick Boh Jordan hRs accepted a position with Mr Bennett beginning April 4thIMr and Mrs ZT Stith were at ton Sunday to hear Brother Leitchfield preach Mlra Stella Paul was tbe guest of Miss Edith Shumaie from Monday until ThursdayMiss Board who has been visiting Miss Lena Drury left for Webster SaturdayMr Mrs C D Hardaway are the happy parents of a nice baby girl born April 3rd- Cleanse the liver purify the blood In vlgorate the body by using DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills always act promptly Mrs John Frake her little daughter Carrie D and Mini Alberta Drury came out from Brandenburg Friday to spend a few days vlssting relatives Captain Charles Blanford ExSpeaker of the House of Representatives called upon Purveyor of Port 0 M Barnett at the Custom house Louisville Thursday Ilast Brother Mell attended the prayer meeting service Thursday It is his earnest endeavor to establish a good prayer meeting here and may success crown his efforts The Golden Text for last Sunday is equal to all the law and the prophets and the mind can not conceive of the change in the affairs of this world if it were well followed For all internal and external pains and aches Dr Bells AntirPaln IB an instant relief It is the most wonderful pain killer ever discovered TryltA- R Fisher When comes to pass that it is a thing diepracefnl and ignominious for a candidate to furnish whisky totitcmwd of men say thirty we are moving on and take fresh courage Robert E Woods and eon Robert E Jr on their way to visit Mrs Witt stopped at church services and Mr Woods smiling and pleasat ever was greeting many old fnends I GOLDENBOD HARDINSBURG Dr Walker the De tlt will be at jj viagton next week Mr and Mrs Cy Pate were fa Clover port last Sunday Mr ahcTMrs M H tieafd wereIla Louisville last Friday V R L McGnffin had a90milch cow to die last night GodfreyHaswell The members of the W F M Rt std requested to meet at the church SaturI day afternoon at three Qclock- If your teeth need attention call od Dr Walker the DentUt next week Ire will be in Iryington for a few days isdelicateseriously ill last week and her recovery Is doubtful f foOaerbscker hireFordMrs Lee Bishop has in a new ine of Millinery Roods She desires the ladles call in and Inspect them before going elsewhere to buy their Easter hats and bonnetsThe Mission Society meets at the M E Church South Saturday afternoon at two oclock the President den ForeignSocietyj The pupils at the IsN College were busy last Saturday planting flowers In the college grounds Arrangements are being made by the faculty for a big com mencement exercise at the close of the school in JuntII think DoWitta Little Early Risers are th beet Pills in the worldjys W E Lake Happy Creek Va The re andbowelsk R Fisher The Womans Foreign Missionary Society will hold a public meeting at the M E Church South Sunday afternoon prOIbers and friends will be given an oppor tunity to contribute to the Twentieth Century thankoffering fund Let every body come 0 druggisttellsfor coughs colds grip etc Dr BeUs PineTarHoney he is thinking of his profit and not of your welfare Good druggists will sell you what you ask for and you can ask for nothing good ail Dr Belts Pine Tar Honey Good drug gists sell Reading Club Postponed Owingto the illness of little Frank Mcorman the reading clubwlll notmeet tomorrow at the home of Mrs R E Moorman was announced H Clark Chauncey Gasays De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured him oft Piles that had afflicted him for twenty years It Is also a speedy cure forbidl diseases Beware of dangerous counter leltsA R Fishers igy r mmnn n r I e n Aii n n n o I W iiIiL mm Ammua iImI m1I I AiU Ir K I NEWSw Ii You are aiti11g for x I IiP1T T I tt e r T jI4i A I R 1 I i Has bought out the entire stock of II B OELZE liESpT0NE r I I l J J i J Consisting of the largest and best selected stock ofDRY GOODS HATS GENTS I r tNISHINGGOODS and SHOES at a sacrifice and will offer for sale cdmmeiidi I SATURDAY APRIL J4m 1900 The entire line att about t and z off of regular pfi esiin eider to rhiesemoney This is a oldenI M s I ti i 4 opportunity and you cannot afford to miss it 1ERM CASH 1 r o THE FAIR f itj 10 c J J xr f I I v1 i r r uavillWrlliwMiKiKaVHjmW Ii r b I it as Holstefa to as aa lt as w r v 1W J 7 Sale 1 at Oelze Heston I tandsrr i 1 fr rPrrRrf I tY N t r I 01 ii t y Y x 1 y It 11Fa iO r a 0 Ai 0 M MMr V V 74M Y Q1 Yj ra lr x I tI of FAQ us 1 Kx rl I er + J IV r t ydl- lr 7 r k ttt+ Ii tJ ft F- II i T TIiIiIi- r 1 1tLI i r fit if11 tt1fjI + j a rIIII jxtRs f 3- n r 1 x I 4 9 r N- rr rr r r 1