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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jV LNNN1 HNNN NNLMNNN 18 1 PAGES I t ii- i56 COLUMNS j i + N N M M 1 l = = The Is a of the of tho Puerto Rican bill which a law April I2lli It to tho Island of Puerto Rico and to the lying east of the 74th which are Puerto Rico From tho date of tho of tho act the same custom dutles lire levied on all Roods Puerto Rico from as are lavled on the same goods tho United States save that coffee which has free entry in to the States is to pay a duty of Co per on Puerto Rico and artistic works ard books and in the En glUh may enter Puerto Rico free of duty The tariff of the bill to duties the United States and Puerto Rico Is as That on and after the passage of this act all Into tho United States from Puerto Rico and Into Puerto Rico from the United States shall be at ports of entry on of 15 per cent of the duties which are to be levied and paid on like of from and in on of of Puerto Rico into the United States and for or sale on of a tax equal to the jevenne tax in the States on like of mer of such tax to be by stamp or stamps to bo and by the of Rev enue and to be from iJor of revenue at or most con Ken lent to the port of entry of said mer in the United States and to be affixed under such as the of vith the of the oftbo shall and on all ar tides of of States into Puerto Rico in to the duty abovo on of a tax equal in rote and to the revenue tax im in Puerto Rico on like of Puerto Rican that on and after tho date when this act shall take effect all and coffee not under the tariff laws of the States and all and in Rico free of duty under orders made by the of War shall bn into the ports when Im from the States free of duty all laws or parts of laws to the con trary And the assem bly off Puerto Rico shall have and put into a of local to meet the of tho tof Puerto Rico by this act and shall by duly tho ho Shall make and pal tariff duties on dise and going into Rico from the Statea or into the States from Rico shall cease and from and after such date all such and shall bo enter ed at tho ports ef entry free of duty and in no event shall any duties be alter the let day of 1002 on anti Into Puerto Rico from the States or into the States from under thb above titan bo at tthe of to bo used + Rico until the lent pff Puerto Rico shall tLave when theT tt shan bo the local f off Rico Goods edt from Rico and under bond hallr ptiy duly Itm od by this 3 l 1 4rp c 1F1 4 1apt rGtorc on r p 1 jI n NEWSBf 1 m w VOL XXIV IiI dHUERTO RICAN BILL Its Governmental Provisions Ex empted Articles and Execu five Council BECAME A LAW APRIL 12th following summary provisions became Thursday applies adjacent islands meridian designated passage entering fonMjju countries entering United pound entering Scientific literary pamphlets printed language section relating between follows merchandlte coming coming entered several payment required collected articles merchandise imported foreign countries addition thereto articles merchandise manufacture coming withdrawn consumption payment internal imposed United articles chandise domestic manufacture payed internal revenue purchased provided Commissioner Internal procured thecollec internal chandise regulations Commissioner Internal Revenue approval Secretary Treasury prescribe merchandise United manufacture coming addition provided payment amount internal posed articles manufacture ARTICLES EXEMPTED Provided merchandise article except dutiable United merchandise articles entered Puptto heretofore Secretary admitted several thereof ported United notwithstanding whenever legislative enacted operation system taxation necessities government established resolution paesodso notify President proclamation thereof thereupon merchan articles Puerto Untied coming United Puerto merchaudlsa articles several collected March mejchandlso articles going United coming United Puerto Ric- orhedntlel collected jwetlon placed disposal tneJPreldtat fortho govern mentaafJwiiefltof Puerto goyeii beonorrreulapd moneys 1oollecti JurnedjimJo treasury Puerto Import Puerto oniythe abtrOVENb1IrNTAE 1Mi0VIsIbv9 TbIIIOve ollier111I rj rII4r116V The capital shall be at San Juan Per sons who were Spanish subjects on April 11 1809 and who have not elected to preserve their allegiance to SpaIn are held to be citizens of Puerto Rico and entitled to the protection of tho United StatesTho designation of the body politic launder the name Tire Peoplo of Puerto Rico Tho laws and ordinances of Puerto Rico now in force shall continuo in full force and effect except as altered by this act or by military orders and which are not inconsistent with the laws of the United States The old law forbiddlcg tho marriage of priests and ministers ix repealed The vessels of Puerto Rico are to be nationalized and admitted to the benefits of tho United States coastinglaws Quar antine stations are tto be established Puerto Rico coin is to ba rated the peso being rated at Goc in tho exchange Three months after the act takes effect Puerto Rican come are not to be legal tender Property usually under the control of the United States will eo con tinue and other properties acquired from Spain will be administered by the Peer to Rican Government Tho Governor is to be appointed by tho President and hold his office for four years having the powers conferred on Governors of terri tories of the United StateD but he ia to make his reports through the Secretary of State to the President EXECUTIVE COUNCIL An executive council appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate will consist of a Secretary Attorney General Treasurer Auditor Commissioners of Interior and Educa tion and five other persons to hold office for four years The council is the upper branch of tho Legislature five of whom shall be natives of Puerto Rico The other branch shall be n House of Delegates to consist of thirtyfive mem bers elected annually by the qualified electorsPuerto Rico is divided into seven dis tricts each with five delegates The qualifications for voters lireIIAt such elections all citizens of Puerto Rico shall be allowed to vote who have been bona fide residents for one year and who pos sees the other qualifications of voters under the laws and military orders in force on March 1 1000 subject to such modifications and additional qualifica tions and such regulations and restric dons as to registration as may be pro scribed by the executive council No person shall be legible to mom bership in the llonno of Delegates who is not 25 years of ago and able to read and write either the Spanish or the Eng lish language or who Is not possessed In hib own right of taxable proporty real or personal iltuotcd In Puerto Rico Provision IB made for enacting legisla tion similar to that iu other torrhcrlefi The judicial power ia vested in courts already established the Chioi Justice and Associate Justices and Marshal to bo appointed by the President Judgraof- the District Courts and other cfllcera by the Governor of Puerto Rico There ID aleo a United Ktate District Court similar to that of other territories The annual salaries of all officers ap pointed by the President are Governor C OOO Secretary Attornoy General Au ditor Comtoloilouer of thd Interior 4000 each Treasurer 5000 Commie sioner of Education 3000 Uhlef Justice of the Supremo Court and United Stateo District Judge 5000 each Associate Jus tices 4600 each two Marshals each 3000 District Attornoy 4000 No export dutiespre to bo collected but taxes and licenses may bo levied On the tegular election day fjn N vpm ber and every trio years thereafter Puerto Rfco may choose a commissioner to representttho island at Washington P 0wtMefllary6f5X0 Acomralsoipn ot three members ono a alive off Puerto lcolat9 be named to revise and codify the laws of Puerto I Blco j t gountoi 5 t a Ii i LA iIJ1I fsJTfysetsYe t F4fdffe SUCCESSFULMEETING The K S B A Was Warmly Welcomed and Handsomely Entertained at irvi- ngton NEXT MEETING AT LOUISVILLE Notvithstandiiig the very nntavornhlo weather the fpring mectiti of the Ken tucky Swine Breeders Asioclatiou which met at Irvington TUF and Wednesday of last week was well attended ccpcclnlly by the local faricfcB On Tuesday much of the time wits devoted to the icoro pen and VII Vdnredpy the regular program was carried out Ono of the special tuna of the meeting KM the adoption of the following resolution Itaolved That it la the sense of this meet Inc that an focintion of the breeders c f all kinds of livestock would bo eminently desirable nod profitable and in order to get the sense of breeders of other stock on this subject the Executive Committee ia hereby directed to call a meeting of such breeders to be held at Louisville sometime during tho Confederate Reunion the exact date and hour to Le fixsd by the Committee and necsesary publi city thereof bo given Tho dinner served by tho hospitable women of the community and other fortes of entertainment provided for the guests were heartily appreciated and enjoyed The members of the association agreed that at no previous meeting basso generous a reception bean tendon them On motion of H Z0hurcbchilltjecon ed by H F Work the follrwing resolution was unanimously adopted by a rising vote- Resolrrd That tho Kentucky Swine Breeders Association in meeting assembled extend our thanks to tho citizens of Brecklnrldge county for their hearty cooperation that bas so largely contributed to tho success of this meeting That we hereby acknowledge our appreciation of the hospitalities and courtesies extended by the sumptuous dinner spread and generous entertainment at their homes by tho citizens of Irvington and vicinity That we extend our thanks to the pea tor andcongregatlon of the Baptist church for tho use of their building and thank the ladies for their presence That a copy of these resolutions be furnished the Breckinridga News and FAKUBDS HOMB JOURNAL The next annual meeting of this nolO elation will be held in Louisville tho second Tuesday in December 1900- RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured Jiy B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is the deep seated obstinate cues of Catarrh dud Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat tors uot what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al ways promptly reaches tho real cause and roots out and drives from tho bones joints mucous membrane and entire system tho specific poison iu tho blood that canes Rheumatism and Catarrh strongIenough to do this and cure BO thero can never bo a return of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanlo Blood Balm or 3 Bp Large bot tlee 1 six bottles full treatment 5 at drug stores B B K Is an honest reme dy that makes real cares of all Blood Diseases after everything else falls We have absolute confideiico in Botanic Blood Balm i hence so you may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NKWS reader Personal medical advice tree Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell SLt Went to Vine Grove Mr and Mrs H LStader left Saturday night for Vino Grove to spend Easter Sunday with his part nte Mf Stader returned Monday evening A Ffne Boy Thero came to the home off Rov and Mrs T V Joiner Monday a handsome boy Both mother and child are doing well Neuralgic pains rheumatism lum bago and sciatic palm yield to the penetrating Influence off BALLAItUS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 and 50 ceni 7jv I J s4 11i I jiits I i PEDAGOGUES PROGRAM 1 Of The Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association at Brandenburg April 2021 EACH COUNTY SHOULD BE REPRESENTED Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association which meets at Bran denburg Ky April 2021 WOO Welcome Addreu Hon Thor I Hamilton Brandenburg Uesponoe Supt JTyler Davis Nel son Teachers Catechism J II Pile Glen Jeans Public Schools as a Nucleus of the fu tureJ F Nail Vine Grove Tho BritishBoer WRrA V Will tame How to Cultivate a Taste for Bettor Literature W B Maple Cloverport Discussion opened by 0 M Vertrees Vine Grove The Humorous Side af the Teachers LlhJ R Coyle of Grayon county Parents as a Factor in Mutual Devel opmentP I Yates- A Moral Curriculum J Ray Honey SonoraWhat idI the Greatest Need of Public Schoolc Supt Fon Rogers Ohio county Supt W D Ashcraft Meada county Weighed and Found Waning J C Cardwell Leitchfield Tho Intellectual Life of the i Teacher Miss Ohio M Richardson Vertrees Clouds and Sunshines Miss M Lillie Irwin Buffalo Nineteenth Century Progrtts F E Hardeaty The Child Mies Ella Jewell Owens bore Do We do tbMnch for Our People Miss Ella Jeffries Elizabethtown Miss Ada Cradle Tunnel Hill Teachers and their Ways Supt J R Ashlock Harditi Co Address Prof H G Brownoll Louis ville Reading Grade 7th Miss Francis Smith Elz bothtown thorn Outs in Figures A 0 Burton Adaptation in Pedogogy E R Ray Beaver Dam New PsychologyE E Olcott Eliza beth town T J Morton Hartford Squeera Method Miss Maymee Irwin Elizabothtown Essay Miss Ethel King Side IlnesJ 0 Pirtle Hodgensville- Quicks ED reformers W A Bewley Hygiene in the Schoolroom N T Groves Fordsville Method in Child and Method in Sub ject or the Duel Nature of Method 0 M Schultz Hartford In and Out of SortaG K Holborf Hodgensville Address Dan Roberts Ilardinsburg Poetry of the 10th Century Mies Carry E Cathy Bardstown Business fleeting Reduced rates over all railroads on certificate plan The Association will bo hold on Friday and Saturday April 20 and 21 instead of April 27 and 28 as previously announced This change is made to suit the local conveniences place of meeting It is very important that each county in tho district be represented by a largo delega lion Every ono on the programme lisa contented to bo prcaont which Insures a good Meeting S 0 STKVKNS Pres The sccssiou begins Friday morning at 10 oclock and closes Saturday evening at 5 oclock ANDBBW DBISKKU 808 130 CABOT J T Beatty is doing a good business in the mercantile line Adam Chancellor our blacksmith is doing a good businors this spring Tho peoplo of this community gave a birthday dinner to Vftev Wash Richard Tuesday April 10th A Sunday school with thirtyfour pa- pule and four teachers was organizedat Friendship church the mirth Sunday in MarchCabot is on the Clovorport and Fords ville road six miles Northeast of Fords ville Wo have a dry goods store a post office a church a blacksmith shop and two dwellings Safe bind rae find Fortify your self by taking Hoods SarsaparlHa now andiba sane of gdod health for months to comet i vf r n 010 I ROAD SUPER= VISORS The County Judge Construes The Duties Of The District Road Supervisors IN ACCORDANCEWITH THE LAW The road supervisor of each rnugieteri nl district ahull look afar the road overseers of the district and are that they ie quire the hands nliottrd to thum ou their respective roads to work four full days of eight hours each If say over seer fail or refuse to work his road the full time or fall or rotune to require each hand to work four full days the super visor olmll report nudi overseer to the county judge to be dealt with in accor dance with section 4310 Kentucky SU tutee It shall be ouo of the duties of the various supervisors to employ the hands belonging to the roads where he is or may bo at work provided however that they are ready to work at the time he needs them are able to do a good days work and are willing to work at such prices aa he may be able to get other hands that are equally as good He shall give them an order to the sheriff for the amount of their labor which or der is payable by the sheriff or deputy sheriff who may be collecting taxes in their district r Tne order made by the Fiscal court at its April term 1000 provides that the taxes collected for the year 1000 be principally expended on the hills and bad places in the roads It is also expected that the supervisors see to repairing cul verts and to keeping the ditches open along the road The supervisors are required to report to the county judge all their expenditures together with the names of those to whom they have given orders sad the amount of each order on blanks furn ished by tho county judge on the first and third Mondays of each month under penalty of being removed from office I will not approve any orders for payment until after they are reported to me by the supervisors and the sheriff Any one who pays off any ordersjbeforo they are approved by the county judge will do so at his own risk It is also ordered by the court that any supervisor who expends more money on the roads than is duo his respective die trict from taxes levied and collected for the year 1000 shall be held responsible for such amount WM Ant J B 00 PIERCEWATKINS2 Fred Pierce ofLae Vegas N M To Marry hJllss Rldlc Wntklns Of Owensboro Wednesday April astli Invitations have been received hereto the marriage of Mr Frederick Harris Pierce of Les Vegas New Mexico to Mies Ridie Welkins of Owensboro The wedding will take place at nine oclock Wednesday morning April 25lh at the Presbyterian church Miss Watkins is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Phil T Watkins of Uweushoro and ia n moot attractive and popular young lady She lisa the love and respect of a large number of friends nil over the state and hoe residence in a distant state will bo regretted by all her Kentucky friends Mr 1icmi was n Olovorport boy son of the late B R Pierce Iud lies a host of friend hero who congratulate him ou his success In wmuiog so charming a Kentucky bride Ho is manager of an ice plant at Las Vegas besides having other interests thoro and at Colorado Springs and is a deservedly popular and success ful business mull DEATH AT STEPHENSPORT B P Moselcy After A Long Illness Dies Wednesday April 4th Siurri nueroBT Ky APIUL D8IKCrAL E P Moseley who had been suffering sometime with complication of diseases was called to his long rest Wednesday April 4th moo On the following day after services at the ME Church by the pastor JtM Galloway the body was in terred lathe Hill Cemetery The de ceased leaves a wife and six childrenI t y t vI i PAGES f COLUMNS i I I i F ear fA Bkiderr- Absolutely Pure Makes hot breakfastbreads wholesomeno yeast germs no alum Makes cake biscuit and pastry of superior fineness flavor and deli cacy Makes food that will keep moist and sweet Is most economical because it is the purest and greatest in leavening strength In the easy expeditious preparation of the finer cakes and pastries Royal is indispensable Care must be taken to avoid baking powders made from alum Such powders are told cheap because they cost but a few cents per pound only they spoil the cake but alum Is a corro she acid which taken In food means Injury to health ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK uU AT PARIS The Division of Forestry of The U S Department of Agriculture Will Have An Exhibit The Exhibit of the Division of Fore try lor the Paris Exposition Is now complete and on the way to Paris It will be one of the most novel of tho Goverment exhibits and will be wholly distinct from the commercial features of lumbering to be shown in another department The display will be in the form of 01 hall or pagoda the walla of which con slat of largo transparencies illustrating American forest conditions Theee walls will ba double and illuminated by inter ior electric lights The pictures range In size from 3 by 5 feet to 4 by C feet There will be two transparencies 0 by 10 feet portraying groves of Red Fir and Call fornia Dig trees two of the most Impress ive American trees A point will be made of the relation of forestry to agriculture and such subjects as protective forests the use of trees in preserving water supply the management of woodlands etcare fully illustrated The extent of tho timber resources of tho United States will be shown by pictures from nil important lumber regions Thp distribution of forests will be shown by maps Twenty of the most important American woods will be represented by sections of trees- KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops and Live Stock April let 1900 WHEAT Tho average condition of the wheat crop compared with normal on April 1st is 01 which is 11 points above the average for the past four years and one point Uelow the condition on date of last report- In the western section tho condition is 03 in the central it Is 07 and in the southeastern it ia 00 This ia a falling off during the month with the exception of the southeastern section which shows an improvement in condition The crop was subjected to some eovero tects during March by n low tempera lure prevailing during the early portion of tho month and the frequent freezing and thawing later Tho ill effects were mainly shown in late wheat and wheat- on land imperfectly drained Early wheat on well drained soil though the blades wore browned appears to have suffered no permanent injury Apprehension is still felt in some sections of future injury by fly and some reports of recent injury from this insect are re ceived The probability of tho fly working injury at this reason is GO remote we are inclined to tho opinion that the injury mentioned is traceable to some other cause OATS Little progress has been made fn oat seeding to April let The acreage is esti mated at no per cent of the acreage of 1800 A number of counties report n largely increased acreage but on the whole the production of oats has shown a decrease in the State for n number of years past CnorsCoin as a result t as C 18 f- ff 156 Not will of the backward season Preparation of the soil is now being pushed with all possible speed and in the extreme western section of Urn State some corn has been planted Indications point to an increased acreage but no estimate is atempted at this date Preparations are on foot for a large acreage of tobacco and with a favorable season at setting time and a plentiful supply of plants we may expect this crop to be a record breaker in point of acreage Plant beds thought sown late and so far without season conducive to growth are In fait condition Clover was badlyI winterkilled end pastures and meadows show injury from sudden changes and low temperature SIIKEPAND LA MID The crop of spring lambs is near an average one notwithstanding tho frequent cold snaps and auch cold wet weather occurring at tho time when the maximum loss might have been sustain ed The high price of lambs has in duced farmers to provide better abeltor for their flocks and the loss was miti gated to some extent by reason of this fact Feed is scarce pastures are in poor condition and to keep the lambs in grazingeeasonis owners The number of spring lambs living is 00 per cent cl the number of average years A loss of 4 per cent of durlnJetbepastyearFHUir IKOSPfiCTS Present protpectB as cornpaied with the prospect on this date of normal years ore for Apples M Peaches 70 Pears 82 Cherries 89 Grapes 01 Strawberries 92 Prospects on this date of 1890 wore for Apples 82 Peach es 0 Pears 54 Cherries 19 Grapes 75 8trawberrlel84J Commissioner of Agriculture PROGRAM Of The Goshen Association Which Convenes With Frlenpshlp Church at Horned This Month The followlfg is the program for the ministers and members meeting of the Goihon Association to be Jield with Friendship church Ifarnedy Fri day Saturday and Sunday April ii 2s and 29 1000 The Holy Spirit and Ilia Mission in the Worldllf Waehburn J Dugs gins J D Duncan Relation of Faith and WorkeIIB White J T L wlc J B Oldham J 0 Ramsey Daptlsm y Armstrong Scriptural Teaching Concerning Elec tlonA 0 Oapertou D D L A Stur geon W V I1HrrelllThe Final Judgment J N Lynch T E Layman Asa King I Duties of the Baptist concerning Sun day SchootW B Kntledga DnUes of the Baptist concerning the evangelization of the worldJ W Vallandlipgbam J R Moore Sunday will be devoted to mission anti Sunday School work Every one is invited to coma and bo with us W VHAHIUELU 1 1comt j r L A rUlIGliO- lJT1tIWuH1tuu 6 0 a p I e 1 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 1 THE CRUCIFIXION OF PHILIP STRONG W flByREV CHARLES M SHELDON t Author floIn Ills Steps What Would Jesus DoD ln1corn lUrk Robert Hardys Seven Days Etc Ii dCoprlghtcd 1809 by The Advocate Publishing Co e m m m mm God knows I am an outcast on his earthI Hove you uo home Ilomcl Yes the gutter the street The bottom of the river My brother 1hllln laid his hand an tho ninuH shoulder Como home with me have something to tat and stay with mo for awhile It was all said so calmly so lovingly BO honestly that the man softened un der It A tear tolled over his cheek Ho brushed his hand over lily egos It had hen a long time since nnyolio had called him brother Comer Ihiliji reached out his hand and helped him to rise Jlho plan stag gored null might have fallen If Philip had not supported him I am faint and dizzy ho said Courage man MyI home Is not far off Uo shall soon bo there Ills companion was silent As they carne up to the door Philip sold I havent asked your name but It might save a little awkwardness I know It William Philip did not hear the last name It was spoken In such a low voice Mrs Strong nt once set food upon the table and then she and Philip with true delicacy busied themselves In an other room so as not to watch the hungry man while ho ate When he had satisfied his hunger Fhlllp showed j him the little room where thoII Brother Man had staid ono night I You may make It your own as long us you will Philip said You may look upon It ns simply a part of what has been given us to be used for the Fathers children The man seemed dazed by tho re sult of his encounter with the preacher He murmured something about thanks lIe was evidently very much I worn and the excitement of the even ing had given place to an appearance of dejection that alarmed Philip After a few words ho went out and left the man who said that he felt very drow rsy I believe ho Is going to have a tee rer or something Mr Strong said to his the other wifeIIo relatedrung with the man making very light of the attack and indeed excusing It on the ground of his desperate condition Ills fear was realizedI The next morning he found his lodger In the clutch of fever Before night he was delirious The doctor came and pronounced him dangerously 111 And Philip with the burden of Us work weighing heavier on him every moment took up this additional load and prayed hIs Lord to give him strength to carry It and save another soul It was at the time of this event In Mr Strongs life that another occur red which had Its special bearing upon the crisis of all his life The church was dear to his thought loved by him with a love that only very few of the members understood In spIte of his apparent failure to rouse them to a conception of their duty as he saw It he was confident that the spirit of God would accomplish the miracle which ho could not do Then there were those In Calvary church who sympathized heartily with him and were ready to follow his leadership So he began to plan for a series of Sunday night services different from anything Milton had ever known Ills life In the tenement district and his growing knowledge cf the labor world had convinced him of the fact that the church was missing Its opportuni ty In not grappling with the problem as It existed In Milton It seemed to him that tho first step to a successful solution of that problem was for the church and the workIngman to get together upon some common platform for a better understanding lIe accordingly planned for a series of Sun day night services In which his one great purpose was to unite the church and the labor unions In a scheme of mutual helpfulness Ills plan was very simple Ho Invited Into tho meet- Ing one or two thoughtful leaders of tho mill men and asked them to state In the plainest terms the exact condl lion of affairs In the labor world from their standpoint Then he for the church took up their statements their complaints or the reasons for their differences with capital and answered them from the Christian standpoint what would Christ advise under the circumstances lIe had different sub jects presented on different evenings One night It was reasons why the mill men were not In the church Another night It was till demand of men for better houses and how to get them Another night It was the subject of trlkes and the attitude of Christ on wages and the relative value of the wage earners product and the capl talists Intelligence At each meeting he allowed one or two of the Invited leaders to take the platform and say Very plainly what to his mind was the cause and what the remedy for the poverty and crime and suffering of the world Then ho closed the even ings discussion by a calm clear state meat of what was to him the direct application of Jesus teaching to the point at issue OHAPTER XX We cannot do better than give the Evening pacer account of the last sent ice In the series With one or two slight exaggerations the account was a faithful picture of one of the most re markable meetings ever held In Milton Last night It will be safe to say those who were fortunate enough to secure standing room In Ilcv Philip Strongs church heard and saw things that no other church In this town ever i witnessedIn first place It was a most astonishing crowd of people Several ofII 0 butItlie3i t Iossesslonithey founded on the easy cushioned pews of the Calvary church for there was not room enough to lounge but i they filled up the sanctuary and seemed to enjoy the comfortable luxury of It i The subject of the evening was i Wealth anti the president of the trades assembly of Milton made a statement of the view which working men In general have of wealth as re mated to labor of hand or brain Ho stated what to his mind was the rea son for the discontent of so many at the sight of great numbers of rich men In tines of suffering or sickness or lack of work Why Just look at tho everylargeMen are suffering from tile lack of common necessaries while men of means with money In the bank con tinue to live just as luxuriously and spend just ns much as they ever did for things not needful for happiness It has been In the power of men of wealth In Milton to prevent almost If not all of the suffering here last win ter and spring It has been In their power to see that the tenements were better built and arranged for health and decency It has been In their power to do a thousand things that money and money alone can do and I believe they will bo held to account for not doing some of those thingsI At this point some one In the gallery shouted out Hang the aristo crats Instantly Itcv Mr Strong and steppedi to tho front of the plat form Raising his long sinewy arm and stretching out his open hand In ap peal he said while the great audience was perfectly quiet I will not allow any such disturbance at this meeting We are here not to denounce people but to find tho truth Let every fair minded man bear that In mind The preacher sat down and the au dience cheered The president of the trades assembly resumed the discussion closing wjth the statement that neVer In the history of the country had there been so much money In the banks and so little of It In the pockets of the people and when that was a fact something was wrong and It was for the men who owned the money to right that wrong for It lay In their power not with the poor man He was followed by a very clear and Intensely Interesting talk by Rev Mr Strong on the Christian teaching concerning tho wealth of the world Several times he was Interrupted by applause once with hisses several times with questions lIe was hissed when he spoke of the great selfishness of labor unions and trades organiza tions In their attempts to dictate to other men In the matter of work With this one exception In which the reverend gentleman spoke with his usual frankness the audience cheered his presentation of the subject and was evidently In perfect sympathy with hIs views Short extracts from his talk will show the drift of his en tire belief on this subject Every dollar that a man has should be spent to the glory of God The Uachlng of Christianity about wealth Is the same as about anything else It all belongs to God and should be used by the man as God would use it In the mans place I The accumulation of vast sums of money by Individuals or classes of men has always been a bad thing for society A few very rich men and a great number of very poor men are what gave the world the French revolution and tho guillotine There are certain conditions true of society at certain times when It Is the Christian duty of the rich to use every cent they possess to relieve tho need of society Such a condition faces us today I The foolish and unnecessary ex penditures of society on its trivial pleasures nt a time when men and women are out of work and children are crying fur food Is a cruel and un Christine waste of opportunity If Christ were hero today I be hove be would tell the rich men of Mil ton that every cent they have belongs to Almighty God and they are only trustees of his property The church that thinks more of flue architecture and paid choirs than of opening Its doors to tho people that they may hear tho gospel Is a church that is mortgaged for all it is worth to the devil who will foreclose at the firstopportunityThe of every man who has money I lrto ask himself What would Christ have me do with IU The second duty is to go and do it after hearing the anawer MlJf the money owned by church members were all spent to the glory of God there would bo fewer hun dred thousand dollar churches built and more model tenements If Christ had been a millionaire ho would have used his money to build up character In other people rather than build a magnificent brownstono palace for himself But we cannot Imagine Christ as a millionaire It Is as true now as when Paul said It nearly 20 centuries ago Tho love of money is a root of nil kinds of evil It Is the curse of our civilization the greatest god of tho human race today Our civilization Is only partly Christian for Christian civilization means more comforts ours means more wants If a mans pocketbook Is not con verted with his soul the man will not get Into heaven with it There are certain things that money alone can secure but among those things It cannot buy Is character All wealth from tho Christian standpoint Is In the nature of trust funds to be so used as the adminis trator God shall direct No man owns the money for himself The gold la Gods the silver Is Gods That Is the plait and repeated teaching of tho Bi ble It la not wrong for a man to make money It Is wrong for him to use It selfishly or foolishly Time consecrated wealth of time men of Milton could provide work for every Idle man In town Tho Christian use of the wealth of the world would stake Impossible tho cry for bread Most of the evils of our present condition How out of tho love of mon ey Tho almighty dollar Is the god of Protestant America If men loved men as eagerly as they love money the millennium would be just around the corner Wealth Is a curse unless the owner of It blesses the world with It If any man hath the worlds goods and sccth his brother have need and shiittcth up his compassion from him how dwelleth the love of God In him Christian socialism teaches a mann to bear other peoples burdens The very first principle of Christian social ism Is unselfishness We shall never see a better condi tion of affairs In this country until tho men of wealth realize their responsibility and privilege Christ never said anything against the poor Ho did speak some tremen dous warnings In the taco of the selfish rich The only safe thing for a man of wealth to do Is to ask himself What would Christ do with my money If be hadItItwould be Impossible to describe the effect of the Rev Mr Strongs talk upon the audience Once the applause was so long continued that It was a 1Chennhe llnallyftremen dous appeal to tho wealth of Milton to use Its power for the good otthe place for the tearing down and remodeling of the tenements for tho solution of the problem of no work for thousands of desperate men time audience rose to Its feet nod cheered again and again At time close of the meeting the min ister was surrounded by a crowd of men and an after meeting was held at which steps were taken to forma com mittee composed of prominent church people and labor leaders to work It possible together toward a common endIt was rumored yesterday that sev eral of the leading members of Cal vary church are very much dissatisfied with the way things have been going during these Sunday evening meetings and are likely to withdraw If they continue They say that Mr Strongs utterances are socialistic and tend to Intlamo the minds of the people to acts of violence Since the attack on Mr Winter nearly every mill owner In town goes armed and takes extra precautions Mr Strong was much pleased with tho result of tho Sunday night meetings and said they had done much to bridge the gulf between the church and the people Ho refused to credit the talk about disaffection In Calvary church In another column of this same pa per wcre flve separate accounts of the desperate condition of affairs in tho town Tho midnight hold up attacks were growing in frequency and In boldness Along with all the rest the sickness In the tenement district had assumed the nature of an epidemic of fever clearly caused by the lack of sanitary regulations Imperfect drainage and crowding of families Clearly the condition of matters was growing seriousAt time the ministers of differ ent churches In Milton held a meeting to determine on a course of action that would relieve some of the distress Various plans were submitted Some proposed districting the town to aster taln tho number lit needy families Others proposed a union of benevolent offerings to bo given the poor Anoth er group suggested something else To Philips mind not ono of the plans submitted went to the root of tho matter He was not popular with tho other ministers Most of them thought he was sensational However ho made a plea for his own plan which was radical and as ho believed went to the real heart of tho subject Ho propos ed that every church In town regard less of Its denomination give Itself In Its pastor and members to the practical solution of the social troubles by personal contact with the suffering and sickness In tho dIstrict that the churches all throw open their doors ev ery day In the week weekdays as well as Sundays for the discussion and agi tation of the whole matter ibat the country and tho state bo petitioned to take speedy action toward providing- n sary labor for the unemployed arid that the churches cut down all urn necessary expenses of paid choirs dt away with pew rents urge wealthy members to consecrate their riches to tho solving of the problem and In ev cD war by personal sacrifice and commonunion lettho churches of Mil ton as a unit work and pray and sacri flee to make themselves felt as a real power on tho side of tho people In their present great need It was Christian America but Philips plan was not adopted It was discussed with some warmth but declared to be visionary Impracticable unnecessary not for the church to undertake beyond Its Rise Uou etc Philip was disappointed but ho kept his temper Well brethren he said what can i wo do to help the solution of these questions 7 Is the church of America to have no share in the greatest problem of human life that agitates the world today Is It not true that tho people in this town regard the church as an Insignificant organization unable to help at the very point of human crisis and the preachers as a lot of weak Impractical men with no knowledge of the real state of affairs Are wo not divided over our denominational dif ferences when we ought to bo united In one common work for tho saving of the whole man I do not have any faith In the plan proposed to give our benevolence or to district tho town and visit the poor All those things lire well enough In their place But mat ters arc In such shape hero now and all over the country that we must do something larger than that Wo must do as Christ would do If he were here What would he do Would he glvo anything less than his whole life to it Would bo not give himself The church as an Institution Is facing the greatest opportunity It ever saw If we do not seIze it on the largest possl blo scale wo shall miserably fall of doing our duty- Saturday nIght ho was out callldg a little while but he came home early It was the first Sunday of the month on the morrow and he had not fully prepared his sermon Ho was behind with It As bo came in hIs wife met him with a look of news on her face Guess who Is hero she said In a whisperTho Brother Man replied Philip quicklyYes I but you never can guess what has happened Ho Is In there with William And the Brother ManPhil Ip It seems like a chapter out of a- noeltho Brother Man has discovered that William Is his only son who cursed his father and deserted hIm when he gavo away his property They are In there together I could not keep the Brother Man out Philip and Sarah stepped to the door of the little room which was open and looked In Tho Brother Man was kneeling at tho side of the bed praying and his son was listening with one hand tight clasped In his fathers and the tears rolling over his palo face- CHAPTER XXI When the Brother Man had finished his prayer ho rose and stooping his son be kissed him Then ho ed about and faced Philip and Sarah who almost felt guilty of Intrusion In t Vlng at such a scene But the Broth i Ian wore a radiant look To Phil IllS surprise ho was not excited The same Ineffable peace breathed from his entire person To that peace was now added a fathomless joy Yes he said very simply I havo found my son which was lost God Is good to me Ho Is good to all his children Ho is the All Father Ho is LoveDid you know your son was heror Philip asked No I found him here Yon have saved his life That was doing as He wouldIt very little wo could do saW Philip with a sigh Ho had seen so much trouble and suffering that day that his soul was sick within him Yet ho welcomed this event in his home It seemed like a little brightness of heaven on earth I havo not seen him for years He was my youngest son Wo quarreled All that is past He did not know that to give up all that ono has was tho will of God Now bo knows When ho is well wo will go away together yes together Ho spread out his palms in his favorite gesture with plentiful content in hIs taco and voice As spring had blossomed into sum mer and summer ripened into autumn every ono had predicted better times But tho predictions did not bring them The suffering and sickness and helplessness of tho tenement district grew every day more desperate To Philip It seemed like tho ulcer of Milton All tho surface remedies proposed and adopted by the city council and tho churches and tho benevolent societies had not touched tho problem Tho mills were going on part time Thousands of men yet lingered In tho place hoping to get work Even if the mills had been running as usual that would not have diminished one particle of the sin and vice and drunkenness that saturated the place And as Philip studied tho matter with brain and soul bo came to a conclusion regarding the duty of the church Ho did not pretend to go beyond that but as the weeks went by and fall camo on and another winter stared the people cold ly In the face he knew that he must speak out what burned In him Ho had been a year in Milton Every month of that year had impressed him with tho deep and apparently hopeless chasm that yawned between the work Ing world and the church There was no point of contact One was suspI- cIous tho other was indifferent Some thing was radically wrong and some thing radically positive and Christian must be done to right tho condition that faced tho churches of Milton That was in his soul as be went his way like one of tho old prophets Im bued with the love of God aa he saw it In the heart of Christ With infinite longing he yearned to bring the church to a sense of her great power pad op portunity So matters bad flimsily drawn to a point In the month of No vember The Brother Man bad come ioI October The sick man recovered slowly Philip and his wife found roomJtor the father slid ton and shared with them what comforts they had It should bo said that after moving out of tho parsonage Into his house In tho tenement district Philip had more than given the extra thousand dollars the church Insisted on paying him The CONTINUED A MESSAGE TO KRUQER James F SmIth is 10 year old boy of Brooklyn who has been two years iu the messenger service of the American Telegraph Co lies been chosen to Carr a moisage of sympathy to President Kruger from 28645 school boys of Philadelphia He carries the message IIIK ni d bv the boys individually In A box strap pel to his shoulders Fortytwo days will be consumed in the trip There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years it was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years doctors pro nonnced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fall hug 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 constltutlonllcureually in dopes from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system They offer one hundred dollars for each CAWI it fails to cure Soml for circulars and testimonials Address- F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 iSTSold by DtuutfBts 75c Happy Wedding Tho weddlnu of Rev A F Baaro of Bloomlngdale Mich and Miss Emma Greeuwalt formerly of this place occur red at her home at IlTckport Ind Wednesday evening April 11 After a trip to the grooms old home and a short stay at Cincinnati Rev and Mro Beare will occupy the pretty parr sonage of the Christian church at Bloom Ingdale Mich After LaG lppe What Usually a racking cough and a general feeling of weakneer Foleys Honoy aud Tar is guaranteed to euro the grippe cough and make you strong and well Moorman Owen A YOUTHFUL PRODIGY A Little Girl From Quston Knows turnnNewspapersUntlerate dinghyds Little Elsie Baxter the seven year old daughter of Dr Baxter of Guston has a wonderfully developed mind for one of her years She has been attending school only eight months and reads in the fifth reader She is well versed in geography and can name the capital of every state in the union and is also familiar with all the counties and cities in our own state Her moaory is remarkable She cm repeat poetry from reading it over once She is also a fluent and Intelligent reader of newspapers and discusses with ease and accuracy subjects she finds in the daily papers Noted Header In Town The greatest healer of modern times IE Banner Salve for Cuts wounds sores plies and all skin diseases It io guaran teed Moorman Owen ANOTHER WCTU The Women Of Htudlosburg Have Ef fected A Strong Organization Of This Character The first regular meeting of the recent ly organize1 Womans Christian Temper ance Union at Hardinsburg was held at that place Tuesday March 27th Mrs James H Stites who has presided BO gracefully at the meetings of that organI- zation I at this place was present and pinned the white ribbon on thirty workers tor this Just cause Pie reports an enthusiastic organization of zealous members and predicts a successful crusade of temperance and parity against the strongholds of sIn in that vicinity Mrs Green Beard was elected Presi dent with Mrs Eliza Jolly as Vicepresi dent Mrs Sallie Button Second Vice president and Miss Tida Mercer Secretary Nearly every person needs a tonic medicine at this time of year to brace up and invigorate the nervous system to dense the bowels liver and kidneys HER BINE is the best and safest remedy to 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andSouthorchickentightawayFARM JOURNAL t pI hpaedathueworldJthehlggestpapero ia l fAcierlcaliaTlngoTeramlllloaandaalfreTUarrcsd rs Any ONE of the BIGGLB BOORS and the PAM JOURNAL I sailtoI 11Sample of PARl JOURNAL anddmludaertbingB1OGLg13OOIC3tee AMieaa FARX JOCIiKAI I 1IHoAJI1lU1II4J JI J II III II r- I = 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 BHElJiNUDGr NEWS Jao D V G Babbage Edltori and Froprittri CUDS OP TUAXK3 Terfir llnti cUr ti rout t berate of 10 teats per line OUITCAUIES chargt fir at the rate ofBctnti perils MOSEY iIN ADVANCE lWEDNESDAY AP1UL 18 WOO TIlE receipt of a enmplt copy of thu inicKBNium NEWS means that your subscription solicited IN the listo of pnwidnts thnro bay been live James tbroe Johns two Anp drew two Williams and GO far but one George Tux Supreme Court has set Monday April 30tb for the htariag of the Km tucky governorship case Eaoh side will be allowed fonr itonrs for argument IT Las jut ben discovered that old father Noah wan tht gratst monopo Jit of I ihetxf IIH too had troubles of lJiH owa ffor fin ui n rmtalde were kick1 lag to get ii un liid b inside kicking to keup the oilnri fciiowfl out BALTIMOIUC waita a ChrUtin daily Ii v J M Milifp p torof a memorial fello lit tlnICh there ha the matter iu hand aa a auon U thu larncriptlon jii t IM nil it111 ba Uken charge of by ivn Christian bniinna met tbe proiiis tto IMS divided aiuoor baltimore aritke MANY VoUr Vex IVnudl A Ocxl Citizen and other well kuown tin i tlidti KQiabed geutkman bave been writing touur mot admirable naval hn To au1 have convinced her bighucK 18 w dl fit evtu the UtIle children uv cUinoriog for Drivty to be our next 1resiJont and Mrs Dewey hit flrat aid eun and confidents adriacr ON ucoooiit Of the illlo B cf our LiO- n correspondent MIl Lucy Cleaver Me Elmy the column dtivoted to the inUr f of firm women hal buen discontinued for Feral weoks to be revived in thin lIs ii renewed with viROr MH ilcE roy Las IcU UH this we k some extracts from n- prc read by her at th Farinera Inntl tiucH which arc interesting bits from th LIcf 1Jn not alfariueri wive ht d the best and most important articloson farming that has ever been puijisVed incur paper was the one in a rcccrr issu on cow pea and acja beans by our narLc and enterprialng fellow ciiz Ed OgU by KJ knows whereof h spuaks It ia by uieana of auch reme lilE all JIH advocates that he hasinecetid tlI i improving his farm below town and in winning for himself the rrpnta ttioii o b ing ioe of Lhe but posted and aicst upiodaU farmers in BreckcniiJ countyI IT l a noticeable fct that many ooan ttvmcri who wie wont to ro home durI- ng he reign of the open kaloon with eu iy wagons and dmy heads in the dnak of the Jav now net through their buai DEsiarly and drive home by daylight with a wagon wolf stocked with fatally coiiiforts and farming mo asitlrn and with bruins unclouded by liquor This fact if there were no others eqnally aa t ilng would bo a infflcifnt pM for elating the anloont Ai vcKriain ia a bueiu e veatnru and lii uury other nndertaklDg must w rtgaiar and toot spasmodic to be tncu M tiL In thin time of hustle and competi 1 tion IhJ man who gets there in the bnainths world Iia the man who taku his tot and sticks to it It ij not enongh to preoeiit your warea to tb public you must ke p them then Thlliis a tfokl an1 forxcml world and out of sight I on is of mind ilath motto that aliqnld be pouJsrul well by spMiaodlc lid dubious advrta rs II CLOVKBIOBT la eojoyitg a quiet but steady boom Katnrday night was an evi Jjnce of this Everything and every hotly was on tin movf Merchants were delivering good until late in the night and very line of business was lee hug the effects of the good time Much of this is dUI to the hustling young bloods in bueintts here end tht progressive methods used to mime trade Another actor in this increased prosperity is the absence of saloons Much of the money formerly put into the tills of the bar keeper now swells the cash receipts of grocer and coal dealer and thus makes happy and comfortable the homes of the women and children Cloverport is uo ing to pull throughahiright A MOTH EH copy thin April number of tho Farm Journal fIs before us It conies promptly and regularly and is full of val uable and interesting reading It is es sentlally a family magazine and contains information and matters of interest to every Inmate of the home from the farmer to the humblest hired boy and from tho farmers wife to the tiniest child on the place Eyery crop every animal on the farm every appliance or invention which can make the fanners work easier or moro eflVctlve every household convenience Is taken in tore aud handled by the muster mihds of thu farmer penuaslon These helps are supplemented by hints of pitfalls where others have fallen and Interspersed with bright and timely veraes wart royI ins and current events of importance Again WH urge our readers to akp advan tage of this opr orluuity The Farm Journal has already two million readers make It more Our offer fcUufs open pay your subscription for tht NEWS one year in advance and get tho Farm Tour natfour years absolutely free of charge IRVINQTONS MILLER Stands High and Becomes An Ora tor of Ability Mr Walter J Piggott is fist gaining the reputation of an orator of much t1a tlctlon saida certain gentleman o another who bv the way is a past cular friend of Mr PJgsottd A ropo tentative of the News by chance overheard tho conversation and they cant iso ued their talk relative to Mr Pigocot V diligent work in Masonry Ia this work there is not another pemnn who stands as Ligh aa tin above g utUma- He is master of the UcUyville lodu and a member of Clovrport chapter of this city Aikle from this Mr I1gotti k prominently ideutiflfd in Variom biTi ness puwita at Irvingtoo He ia also a partner of Senator ft M Jolly in the milling business at tht point Mr Piggott ii a wan poss safd of many oharming pOTsonnlitiea a whelm ly gentleman and is giftEd with rare et talnmentK La irippe coughs bff w continue for months and tomdlmll lead to fatal n suits after the patient it supposed lo j i haTe parted the danger point FoleII Honey and Tar eflorda positive 1 tlon and tecarity from these CODh1 Moorman A Owen j Seventysix Millions The Twelfth Federal census will be taken on and after June litia compliance with the Constitutional requirement The first national cantos WM taken iu 1790 when the number of States was thir teen and the total population relnruJ was less than 4000000 In 1900 the oenaos corta 66009 j in 1810 it cost 1178 444 In 1820 it cost 208K5in 1880 It ooot 378543 in IHO it cost 3833370 the population at that time being 17000000 and the remarkably uniform growth of population having been 359033 iUand 32per cent respectively each succeed ing decade of years until 1840 In 1850 the cost of the census was 1329027 j in 1860 81922 272 in 1870 88830611 in 1880 6 002750 aud in 1890 111271 501 the population at that period being returned nt 02 600000 Tho actuary of the Treasury estimated on July 1 18U8 that the population of tho United States at that date was 74 130000 On the best of the accuracy of that computation and the normal iii cress in population since then itahonM be returned next snmmur as about 70 000000 Thu minimum estiraat s Is 76 000000 and the minimum Iis 78000000- A vigorous effort I tatobe made this year to kent within proper bounii Ithe euuoiHratlou of the inhabiUuU to avoid the delays and SOlD of the nedltxpenies of the census of ISIK which filled not loss than thirty volumes of complied statlitica aud to substitute the merits of aoeuiacy for those of quanity ami great variety in the taking of what was origin ally designed to he a more tnnmeratiou of inhabitants for puroows of upportiou mont in Congress and in the electoral oollrJCsN Y Sun W W Mayhcw Merton Wis wye I consider One Minnie Cough Cure n moRt wonderful n edicine quick and safe It iu tb only harmless remedy that gives1 Immediate results It cmrra coughs colds croup bronoliitis grIppe whooping cough pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases Its early use pryns eontumptiou Chill dieD always like it stud mothura endorse ltA It Piahw I The town woos full of out of town stoop pers Saturday = I Vvoiien as Wen as AIVJ Arc Made Miserable fry Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls urarcs and 103ambition beutv vi2or able cause first sold druggists fifty cent one sizes You may sample free also and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble hIS become so prevalent that It is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid fey If the child urinate too often II the urine sCalds the flesh or if vhen the child reaches an ago when it should lie to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men ari made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It is by In and dollII bottle by mall pamphlet tell Itome of5wwflOt ing all about It Including many off the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In wilting Dr Kilmer EC Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper r When a Chlnamfn becomes a criminal Ill law puiiKlf 11 par I ants and even uf frlI parents This iis Iiy the extreme logical up licolioa 01 the doctrine of hered i ity In this coun I try we leave nat A ural law to dcol twith its own offenses and many a mother is punished through the physical weak peetisli PtUYOffSpflh1 Women maInlY err urrouga gnomnq yIThe delicate and sensitive organs peculiarly feminine are in no condition for the shock which is consequent on the great change Drains that are offensive and debilitating are set up inflammation and ulceration with female trouble are added in time and when motherhood comes the strength of body is inadequate and the condition of mind unfit for the- responsibility The natural result is a child that is unhealthyaUlI unhappy Happy wifehood healthy motherhOOd beautiful children all follow the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It stops the drains allays inflammation heals ul ceration cures female trouble soothes the nerves an4 Puts the delicate female organs in a condition of perfect health bir Annie Blncer of 0 bhnriae Itreet- RlICIIu N Y writes Yonr nutiicln hays done wonders for we For yemrs ny hntth TTM ftrJ poor I had fr miicjrriic hut since laklllff Dr PirrcSt UoUin Mo lml Bf cov ry d tt PrcriptioL I hve much better beoKh IUIJ now I t1ve a le healthy baby I havs recomtnemU iM r medicine Ui several of my friends and thvy have brea bencfiud by tkem Women find valunble help in Dr Pierces Common Ser e Medical Adviser Seat free on re tipt of stumps to pay cost of mailing only Send Ji one cent ttanira for the honk injintr Inndln or 31 stzmpa ffor cloth l irdig Address tot R V fierrr iffalo N Y t a Ruv C T WILSON THE KVANGK LIST OK ROSELU IND AN EASTER BRIDE Den GartH Of This Place Muffles Miss Julia lyach At Dkls Siidaj April I15th Julia Lynolt oc urd AI tho Ireabytfirla church at Dnkes Sunday evening April IBth There wits a large orowJ priwnl Among whom were tb fallowing gueU from this city Ura John Carson Mre Till Panley nod Uiai I ila Other Mmn GeorgeOrist Enifui Iiyues J U1 Our son Horace Newton anti Wan Kuwton- Miw Lynch iM an alfrutlv youig schoolralMrefs of Dukus who ham ire quently been bare as till ptof Mil Tom Itohler Mr Carter is A Cloverporl boy null occupies the potl Ion ofoar knocker at the sloop Mr and Mrs Carter wturnvd to Ole verport Monday morning aud have gone to houiwkt cpinK in the wt t owl HAVE LOST MONEY The Uavieac County Pair Directors Will Mold No falr This Year Tiimilrtutorsof the 1avlss County Fair Company have met and decided to have no fair this year The stockhtoldeos say that they bare made no moay on their invf itiuout for severall eata and have run tho big ahow at a dead loss It is thought that tho 47t acres of land that are embraced iu the fair jrouwk will bs eold for bulldin lots IJ J Carson IVothonotary Wu htng ton 1a save I have found Kodol Dye pepsia Cure an excellent remedy in- case of stomach trouLle and bavo de rived great benefit from ita uw It di Keels what you eat and cannot fail to- curoA R FIshier STILL VERY ILL Mr Chits Lisbon who has been dangerously ill for several days is a little better today lie improves slowly anti is still a very sick man On Hand And For Sale 2500 bu of fine ear corn io tons of pure timothy hay and 200 hogs of fertilizer for corn and tobaccoA L OKLZB GLENDEANE Miss Hannah Smith visited al Falls of Rough Suuday Julian Brown and family visited in Oloverport Sunday elcktbutMiss Halite Moorman went to Webster Sunday to visit Miss Henderson Mrs D 0 Moorman and Hllln daught ers Betsy and MiHml wrrn gutsu eff Mrs Frank Peytons at Falls of Knuuh Saturday and Sunday Last week we bad the unusual sight of seeing an entiie orchard cut down anri cleared away John Dnane had a fw acres in several rear old apple trees in the little valley below the warehouse Thu winter had killed many of them and now there ia no orchard left WILL WIN The Temperance People Are Working Quietly But Steadily There was an interestingt and enthn i italic rfweting of the W 0 1 U at the Mothodlstchurch Monday night Ar raugemunts were made for temperance meetings at Illicit lion and nt Hartins Schoolhonstj Sunday afternoon The temperance people art working quietly but steadily for the election on the 28th and believe they wiil win the fight The tcpocial feature of the meeting Monday flight WH3 thin Club Prill by Miss Schullfi pupils These pupils show good training end always Jo great credit to their temjlier Getting Things In Shape at the Brick Yard Geo C ltton of LonfavMo Preti dint cf the Patton Vitrified Brick worka of thU city spent Sunday hero ttio gut- of JalaP Barrett Fisher at tb Fisher Hom aiad Mr PaUoa has a rorpo of mtn nt work thoioughlv cleaning Itub debris from the jirwuis B and ia getting the pUnt in readiness to run It is tmiU the plnrt will be in op eration in the course of a month Garnered The While Tiling Jesse W atherholt Ltliovei in pro Kretaivenem ao much that he loam cornered all the barber shops in tbs city and thrown them nil into one His shop in located on the upper side of the creek with four handsome hydraulic chrlroir tailed Thoa W Garter of Aahboro N C had kidney trouble and one bottle of Foleja Kidney Oure effected n jiwfect cure and he any there iIe no remedy that wl compare with it Moorman Owen LEFT FOR THE SOUTH J M Kimore has revisited lois petition of car knocker at the shops lie loss no cepted a biuiiiiar Jposition with a railroad ut Miroypport La where ho will ba lo caed in Urn fututo nARfilED AT HAKU1NSBURU Mr Sam Ifcavln and Mia Mary WheMtaTi of Jolly Station were married atI the Oathollo Church Taoaday April 17th at Hardlnabnrg Tho younf couple hare onr twat wishes for a long sOd happy life together I think JMPilft Little Bariy JU era a e the I1w41 Pills iu th world says W X fisk Happy Cfeok Va They reo inoro all obstruoUoui of the lIver and IIrIKCl i sickly and never griDs u If 1laberDied Of LnQrlppc- Kkron KY April lOthMm Dan Novel died Sunday at oclock a m She wes sick only n few day with IxvGrippe and her death WM a rurpriae to her many frt II1i1 here Her daughter are tired this Monday morning from St LouisThe inttrntput will be at lluek Grovn Catnetery at 2 oclock Hoasl Supervisors Appointed County Judge Win Alit oat appoint od the following roivl aupwriaon 01IJ Beaton SopwrviNr of the 1t dUtrict Ob m liohler Supervisor qf the 2nd distrIct H W Haa tt Supervisor of the 3rd district WJ nan Supervisor of the Otk district An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of oure anti a bottle of ilAL LARDS HORKIIOUND SYRUP uiod in time Iin worth n staff of pbYaiclaaa with a drug Btore or two included Pricis 85 and fifty cent First Lambs Of The Season Mr John Nevltt an uptodato farmer of Irvlnptoo bhipptd to Loiiiavllle Tues day April 17th five sprint lambs averaging about 76 Ipounds He expects to gut seven or eight coals per pound for them The early bird catches the worm An Old Citizen III Willis Jolly an old citizen of thla county living near Hardintburg is dan gerously 111 and not expected to live very much longer Will Wear Cadges Enumerators for the census in Juno will bo furnished with badecs by the government which are to be worn in a cocoplcuous place eo as to be plainly seen and will be their credentials for gathirlng their statistics Those badges will be made of German sliver and 1J inches wide by lj inches long shieldshape surmounted with an eagle and bearbft the words United States Census 1000 An order has already been placed for 00000 of these badgeo by the directors of the census Ex womans Nightmare Womani Knows ht suffering rom falling of the Womb whites painful or ireguIar distinctlyfeminineI tbiio or pity but ho can not know tho agonies he goes tbroueb tho terrible Buffering 10 patiently borne which robs hero beauty hope and happl floss Yet this suffering really is needless McELREES Wine 01 CUrduB i will banish it This medicine quickly with humiliating physical exam nations Tho treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The cufferer is cured end stays cured Wino of Carduiis becoming the leading remedy for all troubles of anydruggistFor advice in cases requiring special directions address the DepartmentThe Chattanooga Term lIItSCJ WEST Nashville Tcnn oughttoCUllao44 George Baker Accepts n Lucrative Position In The West Mr George Bsker who has Been cdj naatetl with the Elendttreon rcut at assistant agent end tdetiraph operttr- far the pal two yeas at QwattGhoro Ies- tsedred Ins esnntoij lo take irTtcit Jfity lit A year or more ARO he was holding the telegraphic key at this piece and while hint became tsetediogiy popular and tmido moray warm friends Uuwlll leave for Tacoina Washing ton at which point he hit been given a lucrative position ca operator for the Northern Paofflc railway He spent Snnday evening iu tbs city KroetinK liit old acqsaintaucps before hit departure in flood Shape Hrlilga Sni rlnttHMlent Ikailienr off thHccll1IOu raue with hdqurt- atll i at West IViini wan In the city MonI day 3lr Brachtajr tys that even thig in hit dopartintmt ia in goodi ruonibg ot det IT Clark CKaunn y Ga M5 De Wittt Witch HzlIll Salve cured him of Pile that haul tfUctid him for twenty years It in alau a speedy euro for skin dlitMM Her are of dangerous countt Inil Alt bailors Clovorport Wins Hie MIle baseball ftt1aOImftdll up of tone of Cfoverparts most athlttfo and prooiisi youtba played tire Hnrdius burr nine ftt tins plane Saturday after porno Then was a large and untbutlaB tla crowd pr iint whove applause in- aphid both teams to do their best and tliersullof thou jeame WKU io favor of CluTtrporL by one noiut the score lwIn u 14 to I- DIromkcct State Officeis Of The A O U W Lodge Visit The Order In This City The A 0 U W lodge met Iu their beautiful qurrtris last Tncedav night it being their regular meeting for the in ulHllittion of tn new number Thu lodgg was hoiiorvT with the following prominent numbers of the order who neuletod in tho imtallailon Dr B A Gnrr Uraud Medical Examiner J G Walker Grand Knoonfpr Batnl S Blitz Grand Past Master Workman Alter the regular routine of business u sumptuous lunch was prettily fIfty VcLY to the sweet otraina of touching mu iu fur nifhiMi hy trill Sunlight Cauntlton or chiatrn Through the hospitality oi the membera tho KKWS force was presented with au el xunt lunch and which we as suro them ww upjiucJaluil Golden Grown 10 the beet flour on this market Uolt noothur All pcrsaua indebted to the Heston Wllllfi Co will please come and cottlo without further notice Thow holding checks for produce will pretient them before May 15 for payment II A OELZB Moves To Town- S W Jordan and family have thoved to this city from Webster Mr Jordan has rented tho property belonging to Matthias Miller on Oak Street childrenIt1 t hownerIsthought of It 511s her ThereIsthe ordeal of child birth to be either painful or danger pits The use of MomEa8 Pausan durinII HeamlhoutdeclareItpriceless value Address nradtt tegulator cOt Atlanta Cs nuco Molliers Friend SATURDAYS BUSINESS Was in Every Particular Most Gratifyingtq THE FAIR This establishment recently purchased the entire stock of Merchandise and Groceries from the Heston Willis Co The stock consists of everything carried by an uptodate Mercantile establish ment It shall be our endeavor to keep constantly such goods in all depart ments as the public demands NEW GOODS ARE DAILY COMING IN The Fad Pulley Belts and Pulley Belt Rings DRY i GOODSLWithout ting TheJargest and most varied line greets you 1 CLOTHING In this especial department our reputation has been made as the only house in the South to buy the most fashioyable and best fitting garme- ntsFURNISHING GOODS We are the leaders in Shirts Collars Tics and Hosiery Hats and Caps A beautiful selection and stylish goods SHOES No other house in the State has such an assort ment Any style can be furnished you New styles and points of fashion are daily observed here The rapid changes of style are closely watched and our stock changed accordingly Patterns that please at Prices that please In Mattings Rugs Carpets Oil Cloths and Curtains Heres a Breath of Spring And we shall always look after your intereset as in the pastand extend to all a cordial welcome to visit our Mammoth Store THE FAIRCloverports Leading OnePrice Store GUSTON MM Chu Stith of Kkron Iii visiting Mrs Obit Anderson Our genial Editor of the KBWS rating led with the crowd Saturday Meare Albert Marshall end Thur man Dowel of IrvioRtoii were in town list Sunday Kyle Adhfbsoa will leave in tbo near future for Fort Sill Ohm to see his mother and sister Jones L Jlalln of Vina Grove was in town one day lJail week Jcno is one of thus boat men In the elate ot Ilm kit ucl Mr Frank Whltwoith Misses IIois hey and Fannie Thornhill and Mrs Alfred Horelsy wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs J S Durbin Ilent week Stuart 0 wings beat Will Ashcraft by only 10 votes Well Stuart you beat two of the bestmen in the county when you defeated Ashcraft and Medley Wallace Medley is an old schoolmate of mineMr Reed from Louisville was Irene on election day Saturday to buy mulos and horses for tho British army Ho only purchased one horse of Dick French Horses and mules are 60 scarce they are not to be bad in thece parts Dr Smith and wife of Louisville ac companied by Mrs COXtatu at their new home in Andorsonville They ex pect to repair and fit it no with tlio Intention of making it their futnro home All Smith was Mrs DrVirglnluo Foote formeily of this place Dr Smith iis a Homeopathic physician and expects to practice his profession at hits pOw home All three of our merchants will con duct nmllllnery department this spring Miss SulIIe Miller morn Corydon Ind will trim for G J Neff Misses Helen and Florence Anderson for J G Ander son and Mho Lillian Basham of near Brandenburg for Big Loeb These la dies are all fresh from the city and nre on to all the latest turns in feathers ribbon ondlfloweri Beautlfylig His Place Mr Bobt T Polk is makifiu extensive improvements to the property known as the Brown place He is bulldioc anad compstedhewilll of paint NEWSOMS i f1 COLUMN t 1 1Do you want to buy a house ICall on R L Newsom S Do you want to rent a house or rCallDo fdrlvngages bonds agreements etc Call on R L Newsom Do you want an estimate on build ing a house Call on R L Newsom Do you want to place a loan and and have it well secured itCall on R L Newsomf 11 Do 1 Cloverportis t Call on R L NewsomilDo you want something for noth + IiCalli1Elser In short any one vis i iting Cloverport1 with arview of buying property JS or locating will be driven It around and shown the Splacetages and with his fqrtyv lyears e perience he p can point you out any i defects of title rI Money saved is money t made J Call on R LJ Newspmi J Good Cows W Calves la QharlMManri of Louisville i j inrJngton M ndav Aprn loth nttcows and calves He bought i tpaying from 30 to 60 H v t p e u THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 5 cj iADS YOU Iif BANKRUPTinhpalth J iit constitution undermined by ex 1 J r travagance in eating by disre garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so itt NEVER DESPAIR r TiiSus Liver Pills will cure you ti For sick headache dyspepsia l r sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases 1l J TuttS Uve PII15 an absolute cure t BUECKENRIDGE NEWS t181000t 4 ifhe News in Brieff ni l id +l 464 ah4rdrblM 164 t4l4f fBakeryfMon f y day v sN Hall wont to Hwdwson Sua IIi3S w lw v It H Skillman of Uaidlnabuig was hi I town Sunday lilI11f1 Nellie Whitehoaws Iis quite ill of pnej npnla 1 tJ Hate Deane 0 venal oro was hero SSSj Sunday evening v J SuudyJi1 J Mrs J D IrlJlar4 o Skill1an wu WrB 77shopping lust week Mrs T N Berry has returned tram a visit to Henderson Mrs Thomas Galeya couditlon in t somewhat improved OwenOunningharuof Hardlceburg was ii town Saturday l iit Miss Jeannette Warfield is visiting V friendd at Hardlnsburg r Harvey Yeaman Henderson apant I Sunday evening in town i t jt Ken Ferry Fordaville wan hero among r J his many friends Saturday tt J MI83 Mabol Stoietl of Skillman has j fe boen visiting in Oanneltou i Tom Wroa and daughters were visit ing in Hancock county last week Virgil Hill son ol Mr aad MraUG Hill who has been quite ill is improving Sam Berry Laf o Behen and Orb Kasey went to Henderson on the excurson Sun day 1 1Mrs Jeff Sterott of Hawcsville was hero Friday night to see Mrc Alex Boyd = JJrB R N Hudson and daughter Vir sna were in Louisville several days last weekIt 1I10udayFiY i1 Miss Jennlo Green of Falls of Rough I 7 arrived Saturday night to visit glee itGeorg Short John Harrison of the Cumberland Telepone company went to Stephens jr port Monday NotlyttV ingham of Union Star were in town Sat shopplniVt P andMrs Babbaga BJL IHenry arrived Hun ay to vloit her uoaj eri Mrs Alex Boyd x iJulian Brown and wife of Glendcaue were iu town Sunday the nueets of Mr i t std Mrs J 0 Mattingly rw Mrs W E Minor and Mre Johu L Long of Addison were the guests of MIn W H Bowmer Friday I s- MlesMa ion Boomer returned Sal uQy from Chvensboro where eho bas r Wbpv1eitngi Mies Jean Todd IhnvetV make their home in Louisville itt Mrs E J Bandy of Union Star spent Easter Sunday with her daughter Mie E A Klssam at Falls of Rough fra Sheriff Payne James B Pace Jr and Hovious Behen took in the parachute I exhibition at Henderson Sunday I Kyle Adkiaaon of Gaston wont to Enid ai Oklahoma Sunday to take a position with ihe D M Osborne Binder company 0 r- IDavidi R Murray Jr was the fraest ci hlf co slliMre Morris Baard at Hai diBrftburft several days last week Rev Z Terrell and wife of Haweavjlle were the guests of her parents Prof and r EM v Mrs A Powell of Tobinsport last week JIWedneadayri Y here with Mrs John Burks enroute to Otf aaboroto viiU her daughter Mrs Gt Tyler JCr and MM Henry Wright returned trtMa Hot Spring Ark Friday where they have been for the benefit of Mr Wrights health 0 1II John Milesi representing Stro her 7 8OR1pUrfactorers of tobaceo llle was ia the city Mioadaq + YWlfeg tbeJie1 AiN r 9fYs lkaekea bi town Wediseeday and t males the NKWB office a J ILi a j Oil cloths at Suzus Roland Smith was in town Saturday Ice cream and soda water at Sippelr New lino of piata ti nhuwu at Sulzna Dotted awlsa a beautiful lineat Sulz orsFine kraut lo cents per gallon at Sip pelc Matting and rug a great variety at Sulzjra Jatnta It Skiilman wont to Hardlns burg today Lice curtains the largest line in town atSulz rg- Fresh assortment of cakes just received at Sippels N Y early rose seed potatota at Gre gory Gibbons Walter May of Louisville spent Easter with life parents Ou cadens cream the btstou the mar ket atSippels Early rose sweet potatoes at 72 cents per bus elat Sippols Pure Kentucky blue grass aced ex cellent quality at Sulzjis Col W D halt has returned from his usual winter trip to Florida Wbltotidae stash bread furnished at your home hem the City Bakery Frcizj Mattingly of 0 wensboro was tho guest of MIss Lilian Sippel Sunday Mrs Alvin Simons who has neon eer iously ill for sometime is improving Freak Moorman who has been quite ill ol pneumonia IB improving rapidly Send your orders for fish onTuefdays Friday and Saturdays at the City Bakery Bagdad curtains an indispensable ar ticle to the bouauketpor for sate at Sulz era Joe Fousbeu Moade Co sold to Wm Brandenburg one 7 year old horse for 985 The Olovcrport Athletic Club gave its opening reception Tuesday night April 17thThe Ladles Reading dub will meet at the home of Mrs R E Moorman Thurs day afternoon AurillUth- Grapcnutlosl1m Cereal the only rev coguizid brain and nurvd food on sale at Sulzera Will Baskott bought of Taylor Dowell oat pair of 4 year old mules 15 hands hilolll for 1160 Mr and Mrs John E Keith spent Sunday in Hen eron with Mr and Mrs Marion Laheist Dick French of Guston sold to Hud eon Bros of Louisville one 0 year old horse Saturday for 00- MiBaJennioBrazseof Tell City Intl will arrive this week to be the guest of Mr and Mrs P F Wingert Walter Oalze will arrive to day from Georgetown Tits failing health compels him to como home for recuperation Charles F Tewos of Toll City was in the city Monday lie gave merchant tailor Wingerthn order for a handsome suit of clothes Columbus T Blandford accompanied by Misses Ethel Blaudford and Mandy Monarch of Lowispoit attended Easter eervlces at the St Roso Catchollc church Sunday YOU CVIfiLiI tirtrMIiirZI1 WI1 0 DOdge Them Jti rE 7mifi Did you ever try to dodge the raindrops Did not succeed very well did you Its just- us useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption You cant do It They are about us on every hand and we are con stantly taking them into our lungsThen why dont we all have this disease Simply because tese germs cannot gala a foot hed la a strong throat and i s Its when these are v k that the germs master Viiei body must be well supplied tiit fat The danger comes v jfn the blood is poor and the v t jy Is thin If your cough docs i yield and your throat and- 1tiJO feel raw and sore you ii iKtild not delay another day Valia Scotts Emulsion i CodLiver Oil with Hypophos nhiccs at once It will heal the tzfiamcd membranes and greatly rengthen them as well Tho c jjcstion becomes stronger the rI petite better and the weight increases The whole body bt CPnics well fortified and the vfrm3 of consumption cannot gain a foothold Its this nourishing sustain- Ing and strengthening power of 5COTTS EMULSION that haSmade it of such valuo in all wasting and exhausting diseases 50C and 100 alTdrunUti SCOTT b BOWNE Chtmbtt N w York I WORDSIr CONGUESSMU AMOS J ClMMIXOS OP NEW YORK NEW YOUR Oct llth 1898 Pe runa Drug Mfg Co Colnm bus O Gentlemen Pcruna in gold for ca tcrrh I hftretricd It and know it It relieved me immensely on my trip to Cubs and I always Imve a bottle in reserve Since my return I liavo not iuffnrotl from catarrh but if I do 1 shall nso Peru na again Meantime you might sond me enothcr bottle Yours Amos LCammingatMC lion W O Llenallcn a prominent politician of Moscow Idaho and a clerk lonAVo Llonnllen in the United States Senate document roomspoako in the following terms of Peruna SENATn CUAlDcn l WASIHNQTON D O S Pernna Drug Mfg Co Columbus 0 Gontlemoff have used Poruna for catarrh of the atomach and after the uso of ono bottle I felt very much relieved I hud suffered for months boforo I heard of Pertvna and at the solicitation of a friend I fas persuaded to use it and I teal very grateful To those who are suffering with catarrh I respectfully recommend Poruna Very respectfully yours W O Llcnallon J It Stuart of Eastland Texas says I havo purchased ono bottlo of Peru na and it WM used by myself pad wife Heine I topsider it the IRVINGTON Mrfl Ianick la numbered on the sick list 3Ir Hob HfiwcuJ Viiit to HtTwosvlllo again Sunday Go to Browns for fancy SJilrls and rirEail new Mrs lrtridti was the guest of Jlrr IleiiBcI Sunday 3Ir nod Mrs Perry Weaver are at lvasbtngtou Place David Hnrdavr y te the bright efficient clerk at Jolly Ooine Mrs Nut Lockmi wild was quite ill Its = weekjia reported butter TliciK iis much talk of a new enterprise that wilt be arranged here in a few days Chnpcisa Watlim wnKlioie to see his brother Ken halson tho sick list now Go to W EBrovna foreverthlngnew and up to date in mens and bOYb cloth lugMr Orutcher of Qarcettvillc is a new and accommodating clerk to bo found at W E Browns Vise Llzzlo Hall of Weblrr WEe among the mllnl vIsitors seen on our streets SundayThe Rev Mell prtached two pplendld BermonsiSundavJsliowlDg great thought and work Mr Ed Holt and 118 Shirley of Louis vile were tho uuefila of Miss Cecil Spratllln Sunday W E Brown still offers you highest prices for your wool anti all kinds of produceCon the ever obllglngldry goods clerk has accepted a potltlobnltb Shell man Co The Methodist Dlatr ct Conference will hold Us annual meeting here begin ning the sixth of June The rush Is not over at Jolly do Oalnn dreeaKoods depaithentUneni Dncic Piques Silk ginghams White Goods etc Mr and Mrs Orvllle C9lman of Cecilia Acre Beeeer and little Marietta Cain of L best dollars worth I ever bought Xfy wife has used your romcdioa with graU tying results JIUs Ella Dough of Gettysburg Pain a letter written from Washington D 0 says 1 have uscd Pcruna and have found it to be a val uable and satisfac tory remedy Pre vious to using it I suffered in tensely with catarrh I havo now taken one bot tle of your valuable remedy and nil symptoms have disappeared I am strong and healthy and cannot recom MUi Ella Bougb mend your remedies too highly to all afflicted mankind Ella Hough Address in care of Ida Bough Bare rte of Engraving end Printing Washing ton D C- Register United States Treasury lion Judson W Lyons Register ratted States Treasury says in speck ing of loruna U I find Poruna to bo an excellent remedy for tho catarrhal 1 affections of spring and summer nmtI those who suffer from depression from tho heat of the summer will find no remedy oqual ley Peruna Mayor of Grand Rapids lion Goorgo G StoUotoo oxMayor of Grand Rapids Uchinn recent letter says Peruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus O Gentlemen I desire to congratulate you on your well merited success with Poruna It is highly spoken of lIy those who have used it as a remedy frcatarrh and llvor troubles As a tonic and invigorator it is of high merit and it pleases mo always to speak well of it as it deserves praise- Itospoctfully George G Stoketc- oPcruna is an ideal spring remedy II nppellteholnerves lor freo book address Dr Liszt man Cqlumbui Ohio Stlthton are visiting their father and mother Mr and Mrs A B Colman Mrs Annie May Herndon who has- lJilenl a charming guest at the home of her Uncle T N McGlothlan hss left to tho regret of many friends for her home at Grayson Springs Ky The younger set were dtllghtfuly en tortalnud at J It Wimps Friday over ing lo a doughnut party given in honor of Wlllieti birthday All claim an enjoy able evening and lovely moonlight hay ride Ton public school building was sold to the higbttt bidder H MJolly being the purchaser As BJ iis 1n bit fastidons about his schooling tin supposed he Is going to run ode to suit his own notion but dont mention this to him The Fortnightly Club hold its regular meeting with Miss McGlothlan Satur day afternoon Tho next meeting is two weeks hence with Mrs PJggolt The pres ence of all members is desired as important business will como boforo the Club one feature of which is tho choosing of delegates to represent the Club and its work at the State Federation of Womens ClubsThe Ladies Aid Soc ety will give a Musicale on thin night of the 27th at College Hall Every effort has been put forth to make this a most enjoyable affair The very best local talent will be used and those from a distance that have so kindly offered to assist in this entertain ment are Miss Krall Miss Daisy Mo In tire Brandenburg Miss Jessie Reynolds and J Ganane and wile of Fordsvllle Every one is cordially invited to come and enjoy this rare musical treat A Box Lunch will be served after the musical oature of the evening use Of Cigarette Are Prohibited Chicago buslnew lioness are putting a prohibition orpiigarettna smoking rthe employee sa ing the Jnhlt is Imcom patible with efllclent eerylce Aside fIran mpMrioiMlif mind it ia claimed that liloitlni does such physical injury to clerks anti rfflc boys an to Mite lose to the erqpl tvt r j 1In i WANTSV iA+ dd4dOrO0 8 dMII Advertisement inserted under this head at the rate at one cent a word each insertion XOTICK TO CREDITORS A I FOiL I IF IF ogalnttthepnperIybdcntheautdaycfjunelqooI SAIEUESIUEXCE UKSALKKcudcnceoflt N Mil er house otclchtrocmiil In txcclllnt unilr tee Ini JOllSPSTILIWUERKY ILASTS 3 Write lor trice Ib L Kldge Plinr arm u LEGAL BLANKS IF ard1linlTnoportIn UK Dred ono Mnrttrmrfu and Irarmaoftreallllank 11KRCKKX upon NltWS OKFICK roi REST OUISIIE 1 1 loll 111t0051 l ttkularsatplytot4IIIAINStephenpotI I TUITION on SAIK Certificate In llrvvnt A Stratton Uutineu Collrwr IxHilivill Ky 4pply to I t11CJtRNnInK NRWS Urrticf lr clnniWic Circuit Cent V G Hibbatr as Ailrnirittrtor 1lainlil v i i I il huh lOWS IIt C C IA S1IKulank NOTICE PquityAunderIgnedItrdiraburgKy loolivenADMlNISTlfAJOKS NOTICE deeta1tdtorwardantl tctll E A WITT Admlniitrator E F CARTER Present Owner of Ben Hur Ono of tho Best Denmark Stal lions living Gall on him at his farm near Irvington or write for information p FOR HOUSEKEEPERS It has been brought to the attention of this paper thatt n baking powder in oiler od for MM here which contains alum Alum la unlit for lood producing indigestion alum heart nlow complex lon coneilpntion gml attendant ills It is not fair to our pcoplo that miuli a sub stand dingnised aa a linking powder should lIt sold In order to allow a mftkrr or a grocer a little more profit rogardlcis of the health of tho family Good biking powder costs shout forty five cents a pound Alum baking powder is sold for twcntyflvo cents a pound or less Tim dlflfdrfnoe in cost between good and whol owl baking powder and an slut powder would not exceed a dollar for a whole years supply People arovory foolish to take tho risk andBuf fer ill health for the ake of R fow pennies which after all are not saved Good baking powder is one of the most useful thlncs in tho household and WBSHriously urge onrreaderdto save their health and money also in the end by insisting upon having a good brand like Royal Dr Irirss or Clevelands If requested to do so by our subscribers we will publish the name of the Mum powder sold her- r1outedah Ertnab lllciDuut iir- dJYiQflLr PILLS Urktnlad Pall neeulne- ae1 atp rU U tADIC Ul- Imitll taOilrkvurl ftftlik Dla Jirr Wln Red act KU Dulllt TIoInohIwo iJ iiII a seas a4- Ie t M batu4 wawel1I act trailer tar radlM tlUrgrlmU- OU I MU ra TMla Midi JTMU e vtChtahef reemkalewNwpawytvalaLoo nulo PIIIIAUA JA Mrs William Tlndte Dead Mrs William Tindle who formerly lived in this county but more recently of Hancock county died Friday April Otb bhe was In ber Oilh year Her death resulted from locked bowels which had lasted fora period of forty days 1 1F11W Et 1F1 Fl 1i iF1 1F1 ti1m1F1 F1P iYt a Z rslattardrlsr- Vi t ibo WoJIoUrI1 iiiJi iiNZiil l j r Vi The House i k Renovation I PerIod g r tiJ i Has reached every Home I g Ii Your Attention Housekeeper I Read carefully the list below and if you find anything you need write us or i phone us The prices are right White Wash and Scrubbing Brushes Mops Brooms Stepladders Sapolio I Soaps Pearline Gold Dust Scourine e EubnoMore Tack Hammers Gold I dean 1776 Carpet Stretchers Bon Ami TacksCarpet PaperBaled Straw Bottle Ammonia Red Seal Lye Nine = Oclock Washing Tea Stove Polish Iy Enamelinet 1t e- r it SULZERSPHONE 5RING 2- JR t J1uiinIr iHJjnIl1pJ my l m ID th llW fll ta tiI 1 jet Ready for Springt like good work unless has something right pull right and plow right Wo koop Collars Hames Chains S Bad Bandss Plow Lines Biidles and Saddles Congo in lot fit you up for Spring work And for Spring cleaning wo koop Paints mid Oils Ready Mixed Paints Roofing and Floor Paint We arc showing complotoline of HARDWARE in all of its branches lVLAbHINESHJlv you over onq oLollr utOll1otiaSowing Machines They are the housewifes delight Make visit our store see of thorn operate Then youll want one McOrLOTIILAN PIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY WORMS WmHITES CREAM VERMUCQtati II for 20 Years all Worm Rmsoxn oat axx naDGGXBXOtreptUOd JAMES BALLARD St Louis S t To The News m In tho name of the Rosetta Church II desire to thank tho Editors of the NEWS for a handsome Bible for our pulpit W A HYVES Pastor A Outbreak large sores my little daughters head developed a case of scald head writes 0 D labill of MorxantoDj Tenn jot Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured tier Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter SIlt Rheum 1lmpW Spree Ulcers and Piles Only 25o at Short Haynes A y h A horse is a man Ho cant do ho to do it with him and holl Harness Trace and us II usei II to and one Into l nostlnQuanUty I3tlnQuantr Has Led less Horrible Harness fW Y by F Of on I Two Days In St Louis For I 375 Round Trip I IThe ll bestcpportunity of your life to LouisMospecial train Saturday April 21th The train leaves Oloverport at 739 p- In arriving In jStt Louis at 5 oclock Sun day morning returning 0 oclock Moor day evening The entire roundtrip wilt cost 3 76 It Is the opening base bell game of the National League season between the Bt Louis and PUtsborek + clubs r T tt bytytl TH BRECKENRIDOE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NOT A DRUDGE From The Altar to The Grave The Farm Woman Must Be Brave Cheerful and Happy Hurry and Worry The Bugbears of Farm Life Extracts from a Lecture delivered at the Farmers Institute By Mrs Lucy Cleaver McElroy Lebanon Ky Let us in considering the farmers wife begin at the beginning for that was the day of all days to her more Important far than the day ot her birth was the day of her marriage for a loving woman finds heaven or bell the day she is made a brideDo of yon remember her on that day can you recall Jnst how she looked 7 If in the stress of her cares and the pass ing of years she has forgotten her husband has not ah no his right hand may forget its cnnning l ut uever never can he forget his bride He can see her now can you not Simply clad as be fita a country maiden her jjewels but the sparkle in her eyes while for flowers she wears the roses in her cheeks and the lily on her brow more precious to you than mines of gold or fields of dia monde was the dower that she brought the warm true love of her gentle heart All this may have been years ago to some of YOU but do you not sometimes see her even yet though time has silvered oer her locks and stolen the roses from her cheeks and wilted all the whiteness of her lily bloom 1 Do you not still in fancy sometimes hear the music of her voice as she uttered her marriage vows and feel again the sweet tug at your heart strings that thrilled you through and through under the solemn assurance that yon were no longer twain but one that you were man and wife 1 After that day of all comes the home making the nest building and oh how it absorbs the lfarmers busy young wife Unlike her city sister under similar cir cumstances she has no constant stream of guests full of interest and suggestions for the new surroundings her life is necessarily one of much loneliness even her husband being absent from day to dark But she is happy as she works and sings and dreams of success when the home shall be theirs and a snug bank account will make possible the little luxuries both desire So she builds her castles in the air God help her if as they so often do the airy fairy build- Ings crumblo to dust before her very eyes and Borrow comes to sit amid their ruins anti croon over her vanished hopes For the first few years there are gay little visits home and to girlhood friends there are guebla to entertain now and then Sabbaths are always a pleasure they give husband and wife so much ol each others society and church going seems quite a eoclal dissipation Thus time rolls on till the children came and as mothers cares increase the hopisfor tie future are mingled with fears interest In outside things ere lest pleasures are dropped one at a time leelng which the husband becomes more and more ab sorbed in money making until well nigh ah else is forgotten Holiday and least day for tho rest of the world pass unnoticed In the isolation of farm life it is so easy to forget how others live and they slowly drop into a rut of dreary monotony Isnt that true of so many of us have we not lived alone on the farm 10 long us to almost cease caring for thing + beyond it Is it not true that this history of a day on the dark side of farm life tells the whole monoto nous routine of existence At the first gray streak of dawn the wifes pet rooster crows long and loud He dory it on purpose to awaken her from her beauty sleep and is always successful he has obeyed the sum mope S3 often that it has become second nature and before she reallzsa it she Is out of the warm blankets noiselessly trembling into her clothes lest she awake the sleeping baby half clad her cold fingers still fidgeting with her brooch she scampers to the kitchen Once there a nervous fear that breakfast may be late BBZJB her and she rushes about until it is on the table and the family seated when she draws her first long breath while the blessing is being asked The breakfast bolted in hot haste and the men off to work she re sumes her hurry ekurries through the dish washing and kitchen work hastens through bed making and house cleaning skims over milk vessels refrigerators and churning hurries to the garden for vegetables rushes through dinner makes her fingers fly on the afternoon sewing and scouring so she may worry through supper at the proper hour to sink exhausted Into a chair at bed time too weary to speak or think She has not only done the thousand and one duties that fell to her lot that day but she has done them well has lighted nothing and before falling sleep has thought in utter weariness Oh if tomorrow might never come But it does come and it always just the fi ti ul stave tomorrow the same HBceuta nmtiBe of labor and rah par after day year after year nothing but toll toll hurry worry rush that Is the strange thing about it the enterrtal rush Mid the peace and quiet of the country why not go on peacefully and quietly doing ones duty M it cornea There is but one solution to the problem and that is her work exceeds her time and she is constantly trying to establish some sort of equilibrium What does the hard barren existence yield in reo turn for all her efforts Not happiness one look in the face of the farm woman of the dark side tells no Not money certainly not though she Is the hardest worker on the place this farmers wire has no bank account of her own I will tell you what she gets liar vlttles and clothes that is all though in nearly every case her hiubaud Is well able to grant her reasonable wishes and the poor creature never has unreasonable oneeOne of the saddest slghta I ever saw was the death bed of a farm woman who had made herself a slave like that She had married young and hers was a love match for both were poor but they were ambitious proud and strong and such can accomplish a treat deal Soon the farm which they rented to begin on was theirs without a dollars indebted ness then more land was added till a thousand acres were held as tho chil dren grew up a large handsome house was built music education books all were given the young folks Tbe farmer became one of the richest most influen tial men in his county and the two grew old together honored and respected When I first knew them she was gray witheredand worn while his long beard was livery as the snow in toll and accumulation of this worlds goods he had forgotten his youth and hers She was simply a machine like thing to him working saving accumulating grind grind grind But death bad not for gotten kind generous death coming in mercy so often to smooth the rugged ways and straighten out the crooked things when all other hands have failed No he had not forgotten he never does and he came at last for the poor tired stave of the household and at touchof his fingers she lay prostrate Then when it was too late the scales fell from her husbands eyes and he saw at last all she had accomplished and en dured saw all she had been to him and his saw his selfish neglect and ingrati tude and like a wave from Eternitys sea remorse swept over him and all his forgotten love and tenderness surged back in his heart Bending over he called with the old time gentleness in his voice MarthylMarthylI But death had dulled her hearing he must speak again and louder He did smoothing with rough fingers the fur rowed brow even then wet with the dews of death MarthylI She lifted her eyes and we wondered what message he bad for those dying ears twas thisuttered with the great sob of a mans misery Marthy I love you I love you I She smiled and the fast glazing eyes took on a look of glad surprise as she lifted with great effort her numb arms to lay them around his neck and mur mur with the pleased wonder of a little child Do you Henry really I didnt al ways know Then with a smile of sweet content for the new discovery she fell asleep forever Oh my friend do not wait till death claims your wife to tell her that sweet story again let her always know you love her Do not allow her to work her self to death because it helps you finan cially feeling as the man who excused himself for a rather hasty second mar riage by saying You see things was goin ter rack and ruin at my place and a fellera wife will do so much more than a hired woman Besides yer Bee he added with a knowing twinkle in his eye elide er darn sight cheaper PI Cheaper I Yes she is cheaper Few hired women work simply for shelter food and clothing But thank Heaven all farmers wives do not live like this there is a bright side to this as to all pictures Life on a farm ought to be to a woman the happiest most care free of existences What with poultry and bees with flowers and vege tables she gets out door exercise suffi cient to keep her young a long time and her labors are all health giving and pleasant Labor is a necessity and a part of every useful happy life woman should share mens toil and hardships in the same proportion in which she shares his joy and ease and she usually does it cheerfully On a farm it has been a womans share of the duties to do the housework and rear tbe children ever since Eve gathered fig leaves for clothes and raised Oaln in the garden of Eden Certainly work must be don but let it be done cheerily and bravely do not make life a drudgery- In contrast to the farm slave as we have Just seen her let us have the farm mistress the Queen of the beautiful realm called home one whom the Mak er God may look upon as he did at the first and say It is very good Let us learn to have our farm houses homes where comfort and good cheer abound where labor Iis evenly distributed to all and made a burden to none where there are books and magazines where time la had for reading music prayer and all proper effort for higher better things qf i d x life ao thai we may prow morally lnd intellectually M well M physically Theee things attained and the much vexed question of how to keep the boys on the farm will be answered once for all Bat how you say Let ua all pull together now and tee If the Department For Farm Women in the Ladies home Journal for 1000 will not solve the problem for the great majority I Pains In the Back I A B Farrington Constanta N Y IIYShI was troubled several yeaie with kidney disease and suffered severe palm in the back I used Koleya Kidney Cure and one bottle cured me I recon mend It to my frltiuiM It has given perlnt ratiifuctlou Take no substl ute Mwnnan Owen t Agents ou salary of SIJ 00 per week and expenses the greatest agmt seller ever produced every Mock and poult y raiser buys It on sight Uuptlei wanted Ueference Address wiih stamp American Mfg Co IVrre lluuie Ind OAK GROVE Frank Bradsbaw vhittd h s iulI W T Lindsey ncently Mat McDaniel and wife of Davlees county were here lost week Br Givens hs returned from Has villa where he has bern puttli g up wire fence Miss Ida Taylor has returned from Lyon Miss Bee Smith has been visiting her sister Mrr Ebble Glvena Herbert Brown has returned from ChambersE Is building a new house on his lower farm CJhus Bruner of Owenrbnro has the contract Oak Grove is on the Owensboro and Hardlnsbnrg road three miles east of Pellville Hancock county near Black ford creek Jesse Black Hawesvllle was here ThursdayA returned from Owens boro Thursday with a new buggy L N Voile went to Floral Friday on business Dire Dora Bowles and SOD of Clover port were guests at W L Hardins Sat urday and Sunday- J L Brown conducts a singing school at Oak Grove every Sunday evening Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr umptloniover ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have tbe satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on Short Haynes druggists and get a trial bottle free Regular BZB 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded DERBY IND The wedding bells are still ringing The sick ot the town are improving Mr and Mrs Sol Mitchell and chil dren returned from Louisville Wednes day on the steamer Tell City Braxton Harpe spent Sunday in town- J H Baaham of Stepbensport has been at this place for the last few days varnishing furniture Mrs Dr Slaughter of Rome spent Monday with her sister Mrp 0 Morgan Mrs Jarretts soninlaw Mr Haynes spent Monday with her Mrs 0 Watlington of Stephensport has a large millinery department We kindly ask all our friends to call and see the bargains she offers Miss Clara Riddle was the guest of Prol Cart and wire Saturday last Messrs Claud and Paul Mitchell were in Dexter Sunday last The Kelly family will reside In Ken tUCKY in the future Miss Annie Bryant snent Sunday evening with her cousin MINI Nannle BakerGarden making was quite tho rage last week Erastus Morgan is dangerously ill of pneumonia His parents telephoned to Louisville for Dr Dugan who will come to Stephensport tonight by rail thence to Mr Morgans Mrs John Davis has been quite ill of pneumonia but is now convalescent- S H Mitchell has returned from Lou isville with a large stock of spring goods Tbe Normal school here is progressing nicely under the management of Prof J L Cart There are quite a large num ber of teachers In attendance The angel we call death visited the home of Mr and Mrs Wm Bryant and bereft them of little Stella 0 Mercelle and left the devoted parents to mourn her loss She was just six months old the day she was buried April 14 1000 May God comfort them in there sad be reavement They have the heartfelt sympathy of many Weep not dear mother God thought it best To call your sweet babe Home to ita rest j i c j n n r 0NE reason Hrs Pinkhams treatment helps women M promptly is that they have confidence in her Through some of the many thousands of Mrs Pink I hams friends an ailing woman will be led to write to Mrs Pinkham at her home in Lynn Mass and will tell hersymptoms The reply made without charge of any kind will bear such evidence of knowledge of the trouble that belief in her advice at once inspires hope CONFIDENCEHELPS This of itself is a great help d Then the knowledge that women only see the letters asking for advice and women only assist Mrs Pinkham in replying makes it easy to be explicit about the little things that define diseaseMRS Tibias of 634 Pine St Easton Pa writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I doctored with two of the best the for the the womb would my not cannot the good did bout four years great all of tbe time pains faint lEg was my down also had womb so bad that could walk the floor After two bottles your and one Lozen ers say tam cured bars Daniel Boone box pound rice 60 5 sack salt 6o 2 soda 60 1 can Pink 1 set 100 1 large Glass 10e 1 large can pears lOc 2 cans Polks 2 cans Corn Pkg food 160 1 Lamp 16o Off and L two of were to last but the the had and was in tbe that she was not yet The in the of the and he the is to be er man in the case you if you Dr Life of for and and and up to 25 eta If not by A of at rt i h in two and had no I use of was of I not and bo a I am a to do own and a I 4 E Compoundand packages of tive and you for it me M 268 Springfield j 4 PINKUAMFor I was a I had baCkache no appetite In and was completely run I of I scarcely of Compound box of can THEY SAYI That It Is The EARLY BIRD That Catches The Worm i IsBut its the Cor- nerGRQCERYt i i iWei goods cash only I 14 matches60 Soap6o pound pounds Salmonl-Ocljarjolly10cglasses Watorpitcher Tomatoes15c McCalls loo 1 Breakfast Complete get other get nice s iWedding Called Jesse Miss Cora Britt popular young people have been married there bride alter everything for ceremony ready groom formed preacher decision guests who dispersed There supposed anoth That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave used Kings New Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their matchless merit Sick Headaches They make pure blood strong nerves build your Easy take Try them Only back cured Sold Short Druggists books all Babbages CURE doctors city years relief until began your remedies My trouble ulceration suffered something terrible could sleep thought sometimes that death such relief Today well woman able work have pain used four Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Sana Wash thank enough MRS STODDARD Box Minn writes DEAR MRS sufferer from female troubles stomach spells weak system falling across taking Vegetable for I6 soap25o2 3 7 pounds pounds CaliforniaiiG pounds Rolled 1 Flour 250i i4 poundR Coflee Roasted Potatoes 750i i 1WE GIVE PRESENTSW- hen you nothing places your tickets and some iiSave thing them iiThe Eclipse t Grocery Ambrose Phllpot Sunday decided assembled readiness Informed quietly Nervous Money Haynes kinds nights bottles bars Ivory bars Oats Sack Good Best 1bu Irish I for guests health Blank three I IWalter Easton Dies of Con sumption Walter Easton eon of II 0 Easton of Oweosboro died at his home of consumption Monday April Otb He was buried Tuesday April 10th near Pates ville Mr Easton was 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with Casper May Co1J CANNELTONI- NDNews and OpinionsOP National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH u Dally bymall 600 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 8 00 a year The Sunday sUJIs the greatest Sunday Newspaper li the world Price 5c a copy By mail i2 a year Address THE SUN New Yorik P WINQURT Merchant Tailor Suitings and Repair Work J A SPEGJALTY i Located at l old furniture at THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 1 V Current Topics IlyMn Haiti GiluuO In n lucent bnmUyn Journal tiers rat mi intireiitfiiKEfccitch of Olin lary Johnston and her Bleat book ITo lavphndto Hold In the N TI Tine Sffinlay March 23ili IHO that after fyrited bidding by nearly ever theatrical jansger of note in the country the dra jMtic rights of the book were secured by fMr Charles Frohman before be Railed Vor Europe Many discussions as to the Mile of this historical torranco have risen I for one take a supreme pleas ire In quoting from the N T Times that Uiai Mary Johnston took the title of her tory tram The Book of Common Pray- r bt the Epispocal Church We alt now full well that beautiful sentence i to have and to hold is from our marrl tge service Miss Johnatono other fa ijBona book Prisoners of Hope origi opted in the death cry cf one of her Puritan characters who shouted as befell the words of Zichariah Turn ye turn ye to the stronghold ye prisoners of hope head those books if yon want to feel bencfi ed Miss Johnston IsaSouth ern woman who has suddenly sprung in to notoriety just as Roatnnd from Cyrano da Beigerac The character of a nucctssful man is n target to bo shot at by the envious and unsucccEsful From private feude What dire misfortunes flow WbatWer the cause 1e Brine erect is woo + e a When we hear persons say there is nothing in the entire Echemo of life we feel sure they are largely at fault them elves The hammer of truth is the proper instrument with which to nail a lie We need Just such hammers now Every right thinking Dtmocrat and every right thinking Republican In all tho State wantn the hummer of truth to ilo rte duty If the highest official in the land Implicated in a crime milt the ham mer of truth can prove It let him suffer the full penalty of the law But let it be ureaas well to nail a lie No Reoub believe in jus lican or Democrat who Lice his ever done or said anything to aid in the assassino escape There are bad men in both patties and there is corruption in all political parties and for all pi which the good men tho just men the honorable min are not responsible They hove no patience with any man who shields or shelters crime I hope slncerelytbttt Mr Goebels slayer will be found no mutter who it is or who they are but I hope as sincerely that no innocent persons will suffer and that the hammer of truth will nail the lie tPfeople who are in the amphitheater afford to independent but those 1CaD in the ring with the battle of life eo well afford to look with favor bauesI unconventional manWe all an or woman but one who reepecta every propriety Cordiality graciousness friendship and love must be dictated by respect and strict propriety or all vanish like mist in a midsummer day Whatever we do let us do it earnestly for failure in one line doesnot argue raceeea In another Without success there can be but little pride little self respect and yet among those who have been financial failures we often find the highest types of manhood socially ar ftttlcally and in literary circles Poetic Idtaslat least Free our selves from self conscious i Do not letl ones mind dwell upon s self It will keep one from being rd from much acute distress and humiliation At the X V club ra I meet fifteen girls always think w successful delightful attractive and eitertainleggirls can be and how each bows her peculiar disposition How for dnate the girl who is sweet Inaomund1- 1iIeln1J and the One whom everybody bow88od loves UsefulI yes the girl hoaasbta others less fortunate than weaett the girl who is polite and defer lilal in manner to older persons ia use iliatihe mother has lots to do with It The Rev EL Powell In his opeaing addlat Maoauleya when Joe Jeffer e4 delivered his address on Sunday for 6eNeweboye Home said Itiref sit down at set of sun JUd count the things that we have done l t And QOBBtloK find fat selfSeaylBg act wje wora- oedtbeheartolkisawbo heard apce west kiid I kBtaBahlaa where it went ke aier cooat tWt day wall spentto tliesejlwilw tiuev5 Sunday frorriapringa A i iMgbta and they have been for tbrieday right Wrights health jsik the un+ yJohn4fils XIIfM earth with oomPUY nian l1Nd jis ti- visiiingthe Ior K PI J Irwin Osu1iW Witeb 1HH litIstehboraaleere10nteken r neltdi seek resell Cures IffQ II Dont bay M I Rahsr- itj g 4 art IT MAPLE STOCK FARE PHOTOGRAPHED FROM LIFE SQUIRREL DENMARK 515 A S H R Bred byJohnSteeleNicholasvillc Ky foaled property of W W Adams Lexington KyWA Dickinson of Trenton Ky one of the best saddle horse men in the State describes him as follows Dark Bay 16 hands high the finest finished and biggest natural styled stud living For a sire of high class fine finished big nat ural styled five gaited saddle horse I never owned his superior I never saw a colt by him that was not a high class natural styled and five gaited horserPEDIGREEHIS FIRST SIRE Red Squirrel 53 was exhibited in 1887 at each of the following fairs without a defeat as the best saddle stallion any age and the sweepstakes saddle stallion mare or gelding Harrodsburg Lexington La tonia and Paris Ky Meeting with no equal in Ky he goes to the Worlds Greatest Fair StLouisMoand there wins as the bestsaddle stallion any age the best utility stallion and sweepstake saddle stallion mare orgelding He has proven a most phenomenal sire his produce winning many of Kentuckys noted prizes and selling at prices from 500 to 3000 i SECOND SIRE Black Squirrell 58 He and his produce arc too welt known to need further comment It is sufficient to say his fee was 650 cash the highest of any saddle stallion in the world THIRD SIREBlack Eagle 74 Sold as a yearling for 730 Proved the greatest show horse that ever lived He sired Black Squirrel 58 and King Eagle 750 FOURTH SIREKing William 67 Was invincible under saddle in show rings He sired Old Artist 75 and others of equal fame King Williams WARWICK 136 1311 Warwick is an English Hackney imported by Burgess Bros Wenona Ill is dark bay 16 hands high and weighs 1400 pounds As he stands square ly on the best of legs and feet with head erect anda rched neck his bold self possessed appearance conveys ate idea of power and courage and his prompt ness energy docility and endurance combined with the best of action com mend him for usefulness as a park horse eastern saddle horse carriage horse and roadster possessing all the qualities of the Morgan with greater style more size and better action The Hackneys are very compactly built horses with short backs close coupled strong in the loins and chest well ribbed out long sloping quarters which gives them that superior high knee and hock action Hackneys have been bred in purity for centuries for courage endurance and action and im part it to their progeny stronger than any other breed in the world For carriage coach and saddle horses in the east they command long prices 1000 being very common Henry Fairflax of Va with his Hackney Stallion and 24 of his fouryearold colts out of common Virginia mares sold in New York in the fall of 1896 for an average price of 995 And to bring it nearer home H Ky 1896 and 16 with bone and foot a best of ears and a and more age he will best in This be to be i 16 and an first dam Queen 48 the dam of Denmark 68 Lathams Denmark 69 and Jewel Denmark 70 she by Bald Stockings 79 he by Tom Hale F S FIFTH Denmark 64 Was a great winner in show rings and takes rank as perhaps the greatest of Denmark sires SIXTH SIRE Gaines Denmark 61 Sold at 3 years old for 1000 Proved not only a great show horse but the greatest of saddle horses that ever lived judging from the long lists of sires tracking direct to F S First dam Miss Black The dam of Delmonte 895 that sold for 1800 at three years old By Montrose after a successful career in Kentucky was sold to Mo where he tact equal fame He returned to Kentucky and stood at 50 a season until he was put to death by on account of old age Montrose first dam by Imp Glenco Second dam Nellie by Denmark 64 as above T W Minton of Lebanon Ky sold a pair of Hackneys for 1750 gelding for 750 vnd a mare with ten days handling brought 1200 of bred and not much if betterIt These were out Kentucky mares any than ours In Hudson Bros April sale in Louisville Hackney type horses brought from 250 to 810 At the National Horse Show in New York in 189495 over 10000 was paid in for only 700 was offered for Cleveland Bays and German coach horses combined Ati the show 1885 over 3000 was to Hackneys and only 8150 to the other three breeds combined Consult the horse and they will tell you they can sell more large fair acting carriage horses than anything else Supply is becoming scarce and a growing demand Hackneys breed Hackneys out of from ponies to Percherons The time has come when all the buyers want some thing good and it behooves us to cater to their wants and breed to the best in sired by Bataplatt 2236by Freedom Dam Rifleman 2241 by young Doctor Synrax In offering this to the public I NOTEdont claim the best to any in Ken tucky but think it is as good as any in reach of us and last year 877TERMStook in five coun ties I like begets like and would not buy a breeder with or weakness Squirrel Denmarks colts are beginning to drop now and have not was not a and all have the great style and finish of their sire with EUREKA Bred by W Pugh Logan county foaled June black white points hands high like Percheron horse has the head and splen did body When little better developed remarks from the jack breeders Kentucky jack must seen appreciated He is byJNew Forest hands high dam unbeaten show jennett Diamond SIREWashington progenitor illustrious him- SEVENTH SIREDenmark again chloroform extreme Thoroughbred Washington premiums Hackneyswhile French Philadelphia given buyers everything reachWarwick 985by stock believe saddler bring Warwickt 1000 Squirrel Denmark 1000 Eureka 700 Colts to stand up and suckle Money due when facts are known or mare traded PREMIUMS C3CH Best colt by Warwick 1000 Best colt by Squirrel Denmark 1000 Best mule by Eureka 700- I will give 7500 each for premium mule and next best at colt show Mares pastured 150 per month and tried regularly Accident at own ers risk SHORT HORN BULL CALVES FOR SA- LEhvington I G W LTDDAN Ky NOD nia Tree In Nassau tho capital city of the Ba hama Islands they say the tree In the public squarenot the trees Now the public square of Nassau Is quite as largo as that of most cities of tho size but there Is only one tree In It earl that tree literally tills tho square and spreads Its shade over all the public buildings In tho neighborhood For It Is the largest tree In the world at Its base although It Is hardly taller than iii- ia three story house It Is variously known as a celba or a silk cotton tree 1 but the people of the low Islands of tho West Indies call It the hurricane tree fort no matter how bard the wlml blows It cannot disturb tho mighty buttressed trunk of the celba Its trunk throws out great curving wlndllko braces somo of them 20 toot wldo and nearly as high These extend Into tho ground on all sides and brace tho tree against all attack while the great branches spread a thick shade overhead In the tropic sunshine of midsummer hundreds oven thousands of people may gather In the cool of Its shadow No one knows how old thergreat tree Is but It must have growing hundreds If not thousands of years A very old picture In the library at Nassau shows the tree as big as It Is at present and oven the oldest negro In the Island cannot remember whcu It was a bit smaller Washington 1ost a Tout Corvln Ilendr VII Governor John Itrough was once matched against Convlu and In his speech said- Gentlemen uiy honored opponent himself while lie preaches advocacy of homo Industry tins n carriage at home which be got In England had It shipped across the water to him How Is that for supporting home Industry and labor When Corwin carne to the stand he made n great show of embarrassment He stammered and began slowly Well gentlemen you have heard what my friend Mr lirongh has to say about my carriage I plead guilty to the charge mid I have only two things to say In my defense The first Is that the carriage carne to me from an Eng lish ancestor as an heirloom and I had to take It Again I have not used It for seven roars nail It bas been stand Ing In my back yard nil that time and the chickens have converted It Into a roost Now gentlemen with n steady look at Brough I have nothing Cur thor to say In my defense but 1 would like to know how Itrougb knows anything about my carriage If he has not been visiting my henroost Cleve land Plain Dealer A Mlle 11 Minnie non tho Alp The spot In the Swiss Alps that at tracts the winter sportsmen of Europe Is the Crcsta run at St Morltz which Is just one mile In length The tobog ganing season here begins about the middle of November when the first snow falls The condition of tile rut Is not left to chance but the slide U prepared under the direction of a com mittee Swiss toboggans In contrast to the Canadian ones made entirely at- wood are raised on runners shod with Iron or steel The expert rider lies prone upon the toboggan head fore most both hands grasping the frame work at the sides and both feet em ployed In steering Iron spikes are secured to the toes of the boots and by trailing one or the other foot along the ground the big sled may bo guided Out as this fashion of steering tends to diminish the speed the most skilled riders use the feet as little as possible and depend upon shifting the position Though the Crcsta run Is a mllo In length the whole distance may be cov ered in 70 seconds At the steepest point a mile a minute Is made The DnnKeroiii End An Ass once enveloped Himself In a Lions Skin hoping that he would thereby Escape Annoyance from the Rest of the Brute Creation But seeing a Tiger approaching and fearing his Inability to look as fierce as ills Assumed Character required bo at once turned his back toward tho Tiger and remained Motionless Ah said the Tiger to himself for once mine ancient Enemy tbo Lion bas relaxed his usual Vigilance Ill steal upon him from Behind and therell be a Funeral In the morning But hIs Vicious Spring was met by the Heels of the Ass and lot the Tiger bad Predicted his own Funeral Moral Its usually Policy to Attack tho Enemy In the Itear but there are Exceptions to every Itule Always remember In dealing with an Ass hu man or otherwise that the end con taming his Brains Is less Dangerous than the one furnished with Heels Philadelphia Inquirer Finding a Mine Two cowboys and several sticks ot dynamite very suddenly and unex pectedly discovered the Huallpl mines near Klngman A T The cowboys were on their way across the territory and they had with them several sticks of dynamite to be used when they reached the Colorado river One day they camped some seven miles north of where Kingman now is They left the dynamite among some bowlders at a distance from the camp for safe keep- Ing The day was unusually hot and In some unaccountable way the dyna mite went off The cowboys hurried to the place of explosion and even their inexperienced eyes saw that the dyna mite had blown a gold mine into their pockets As high as 25000 a month has been taken out of this mine Phil adelphia Times betli Ckas UklrMiss BreezyI see alta Brried againMiss Lakeside Yee this Ii her menth and 1 dont think she cares very much for him i Miss Breezy NoT Miss Lakeside No I was at the ua gravers today when she left her ordev tor her new visiting cards She only ordered Wlhlladelphla Proa The famous gardens of V tatUe have cost 8000000 Y I8 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 eoet t I 1 1 j 1ati if I Is HARDINSBURG Miss Tula Daniel is in St Louis Judge Morcer went to Louisyillo last Friday Mlsa Maty Board has returned Iron Bewleyvllle W K Withers of Kirk hat been i111 or the past week John E Keith of OIoverl ort was here last Saturday Miss Jenule Warfied Is the guest of Miss Lillie Scott The moet complete line of groceries at tho Eclipse in town Eyes examined mud glassesI properlyI fittedatT 0 Lewis v u Mrs Roland firnlth was over from Etepnensport Sunday Lm Cart of Union Star was visiting here loet week Saturday I Clerk Owen Cunningham went to i Cloverport last Saturday MlEs Lila Ford has ben in Louisville tome time visiting her aunt Ueiits Furnishings ties collars culTs shirts just put in at the Eclipse The now Methodist church at Kirk will be called the Miller Memorial They had a special Easter service at the Long Lick Catholic Church last SundayWe give you some close prices on groceries for the cash Try usThe EclipseL they who has been sick for some time was able to be in town last SaturdayCy has been hauling a good deal of lumber this spring and received good prices for it We have some new goods that it will pay you to come in and look at this week and get prices Anderson and Martin the saw mill men shipped a car load of lumber to Evannvillo last week A X Kincheloe is closing out his stock of goods and is going on the road about the first of May Rev F AL Petty and V G Babbage went out to Kirk last Sunday and organ lied a Sunday school Joseph Teat returned from Louisville ast week where he had been to par chase some spring goods Tho protracted meeting which has been in progress at tho M1 E Church closed last Saturday night A new line of dry geode and notions at the Ecllpuo They have just been put in and aro fresh and nobby Your watches clock and iewelry when needing repairs will be properly attend ed to if brought to T 0 Lewis CT Adams and wife who have beta visiting Judge Ahls family went to Beaver Dam Ky last Monday Rev F M Petty will preach the luneral sermon of Mr Nelson Jolly at Kirk the fifth Sunday in this month f Mr Worslfcy of Fordaville arrived here last Saturday with his new press lIe will occupy the old Vivian Daniel building Watches clocks jewelry musical in struments silverware and sewing ma chines for sale at nas nable prices at T C Lewis The indications seem favorable for a fine fruit crop this year The country will be doubly prosperous with apples and peaches in abundance WHITES CREAM VKUM1FUGE not only effectually diutroys worms it also increawfl tho uppatite aids aeuimilatlon and transforms a frail infant into one of robust health lelce6 cants II H Board who now residis in Louisville lost his four year old boy Thornwj about ten days ago and the re mains were brought liar and interred iu the Hurdiniburs Coimteiy A chair factory would be a god tiring for this town While money is bo plen tiful the btuinem men of this town ought to look about and start something that would give employment to laborers Tho cold weather of last week put a check on the operations of tho farmers in this section for the time being however if tiny weathar brightens up there will r lot of corn planted tints month A Sunday school was organized out at tho new Methodist church at Kirk last Sunday with about forty members pros ent Granville Wilson was appointed Kuperintf ndent Frank DnIIaven Kpcre tar and Tice Miller Treasurer They a wll meet every Sunday afternoon at 230 oclockAdministrators Sale On Saturday Anril 21 and Monday April 23 1000 and on days It named thereafter will expose to Public Salo the personal property of the estate of J A Witt consisting princi pally of Hardware Qneensware Tin ware Groceries Caudles etc Neckties i Collars Cuffs Shirts Gloves Buttons Hosiery etc Showcases tales and many other articles not mentioned her- einE t A WITT Executrix Hardins 1burg Ky- ifi t rrHu testimonials unequallednit number And unexcelled in quality the world over Testimonials witch tell the truth about the most remarkable cures in the history of medicine Cures of Scrofula Salt Rfieum M Humors Rheumatism Culvrh Dys pcpsia Tfiat Tired Feeling Thousands of people Agree that it fleif4 oi1tJ BRANDENBURG Mire Hlggins of Owensboro was the guest of Mrs Ed Yeakel last week Miss Sophia ithelnckle of Louisville spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs J Caeperkp Time Ladies Aid of the M E church met the Mrs Mclntire Monday after noon1 Sock Social was discossod J S Owl RS defeated W D Ashcraft by sixteen votes It was all fair and square Mr Asbcraft takes his defeat gracefully J T Ditto the popular Queen City ha rtW2JL I re firtAw ok Us lied letter hurry up or niter wldl women will voTe and then all bachelors will be heavily taxed andI1 her handsome little stepsons spent urday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs JW Lewis We rnirs Lula in nil our church services especially our missionary meetings Miss Fannie and Ruth Philips Sue Owings Georgia Helmstetter Ten Ham Ilion Harvey Ditto Jim Vessels Pius Yates Ben Hook Albert Bewley Geno Fontaine and Jim Bickerataff went to St Martins last SundayISam Jones will lecture for the News boys Home April 2Jth Jeffersons lecture brought more than 1000 The MeQert Stock company will donate the receipts of one performance to the Home Tine Is all as it should be It is a worthy cause Brother Lltchfield preached a most encouraging sermon last Sunday morning lie spoke very beautifully of the observance of Easter and of the atoning work of Christ The future ho made all radiant with immortal hope The choir sang very pretty selections with Mies Daisy Mclntire as organist Owensboro was strictly uln it on Easter Sunday She ordered 50 worth flowers Lilies and American beauties in profusion were shipped from Louis ville There was no dearth of Easter flowers although the season was a little backward tho florists in the cities did a large business Derby Day is May 3rd which does not fit in for those who wish to take in Churchill Downs and the May Festlyal A tremendous crowd is expected in the grand aland and a large proportion will be the fair sex who seem determined not to mibs anything from Admiral Schley to Kentucky Farmer I am lor- an horse that has Kentucky attached to his name Easter morning dawned bright an- dradiantthe glad daythe day of flow ereol sonLof hope The resurectlon of Christ was the anthem of every Christian heartthe message from the pulpits the song of the whole earth Easter lisle Easter bonnets pretty dresses happy faces bright smiles greeted us every where Father Myering preached a fine sermon atthe Catholic church from the lextUlle is risen Six children made their first communion on the oc casion Tine altar was beautifully dccoi ated The choir rendered the Kyrie Elelson in 0 Sanctus in F offertory The Eucharist hymn and response were beautifully sung with Miss Lena Nevitt as organist At Benediction in the after noon the singing was good Father My eriug asked the little boys never to touch intoxicating drinks and to shun bad corn pany Father Myering is very popular and Is a consecrated ChrIstian It rtaerl0a A I AM 8 YEARS anda+n- say 17 W Ia t Bens ItDT- ararI In dnillWlcIt robrxrauoent rot YOyrnlnwaatt+ adeelda limas assns Iaaaao M J taraaar GARFIELD iia Ltllle Priest I it visiting hOT sister Mrs Emma Davis this week MT toe Lyons has returned homo fr m a weeks visit nt CntV- rJwse W bi Is all mllfis over the ar rival of a little girlI at his hiwse- Mf Sarah Whitwnrih is iu Louisville this wetk buying millinery goods Thomas Dowt U has bought tints house and lot owned by Steve Davis here Dr llarnel IB having his borne plas ti red Tom Divia IB tloicg the work Dis Kint heloe and Meador were called to weMn Jfntlie Priest nori Bell last Tuesday Mrp Eddie Payne of Lodihurg visited her mother Mrs Nichon last Saturday and Sunday More wedding dresses art being made in our midst We expect to soon Lear wedding belle- Bowugtr McKinniy has ru n t e d Elisba Simmons farm near Ephesu We wih mini and his bride much hap plneao and prosperity- A Sunday school has been organized at Pleasant Grove Thin spunks well for the good people but what about the church we need so much and hear noth ing about No family can afford to be without one minute Cough Cure It will stop a cough and cure a cold quicker than 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 GARRETT Mrs tilck Brown is able to be out againMrs Buckler and daughter were in Garnettsville last week Harry Harrngtonof Brandenburg has been visiting his grandparents here Me Martha Tuell and nieces Luella and Zalma Miles visited the family of Blant Shacklett recently In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of tbat 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 Cloverport It A Shellman Stephensport JOLLY STATION K B Rice Magin Ky was Inert last weekMiss May Ball has begun her spring school Miss Zada Nichols has returned from BrandenburgMr of the Plano Mfg Co of Louisville was here recently to visit W L Frank acd family Perfect digestion is the only founds tion for perfect health The food we eat makes all the blood we have which in turn feeds every nerve muscle and tissue in the body HEROINE quickens the appetite aids digestion gives tone and vigor to all the functions and Insures good health Price 50 cents H Ring out the old Ring In the new Bins out the wu Rang ta the true It We bring to you tho nw and true from the ptoey forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine DTrm ilonoy Naturco most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Posltlro Cure for coushs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Tho sore weary cough woin Lungs are exhlla rated tho microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that there is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 26o 60o and 100 than IJISBE SURE YOU GET Dr BUs PiRiTarHiuy ew a I aerrdr ars 4 STEPHENSPORT Mr Pete Reify improving Miss Katip Allen returned to GhenftUitt Friday Mrs R A Smith spent last Sunday in Hard inebnrg Mies Crossou of Cloverport was in town Thursday Sunday was an ideal day for donning the Esmtir bonnet Mr and Mrs K B Blainpuut Sutday in town with their parents Miss Dee liasbum spent several days lat week in Cloverport- MiesKatlt Crawford was In Union Star for a day last week There w 11 bu reyunr orviu U in the M E Church next Sunday Mr and Mis Hewitt Hawkins of near here sperms Sunday iu town Mr und MID Dave Jolmton and tort spent Erster in Cloverport ChatlesSutherlsudof Now Albany Iiul was Iu town Sunday Carpenters have commenced work on G McCubbiufl new rusiduuceV- V 0 and A T Blain huvo moved their stock ol Voihia fiomPutesville here A R Miller went to Henderson Sun day to sp nd several days with his ton Master Peter H Best and ilru L B Helm are on the aick list nr this writing Our milliner Mrs Onus II Wudlirg ton reports n gjoJ sale of Emitter bon note Mr and MM W H Sargent of Ford villc spent Sunday with Mrs B A Shellman MI8B Bell McCauu spent Saturday and Sunday in Rome lad the guest of Mite Fannie McKuughn Mrs Godfrey HaswHll of Hardius burg spent last week with liar parents Mr and Mrs G W McCubbins The Misses Claycomb of 0 ffeushoro spent Sunday here with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Andrew Clay combMr and Mrs Pete Best and his mother Mrs Pete Beats Sr of Petiie are spending a law days with Mr and Mrs Christ Best Dr Sylvester Parr after spending a few days last week in Concordia left Friday for Clifton bulls to see his sister Mrs Hyllis Jtdti-We congratulate Mr and Mrs S G Reynolds of Rome Ind on the arrival of two little mUses who arrived at their home one day last week CAVE SPRING A Sunday school waR ore azed at tie M E Church South Sunday April let Mies Lucy Noblett opened her spring school at this placo Monday April 2nd Mr and Mrs Steve Pool from Texas are visiting here T E Butler and Miss E L Pumpbrey were married at the home of the brides parents Thursday March 22nd Their many friends with them success and happiness through life The marriage of Miss Lizzie M Hall to Mr Wesley Tucker occurred Tuesday evening March 13th at the Cave Spring M E Church South Rev Davis offi dating Miss Hall is an attractive Breckenridge county girl Mr Tucker formerly of this county is employed in the mercantile business at Millwood Grayson Co Their friends wish them much joy Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism KENNA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for over a month and rendered her unablo to walk a step with out assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr 8 Maddox Insisted on my using Chamber lains Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning sho walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and sho has not had a similar attack sinceA B Parsons For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport CHENAULT flies Motile Stallman Is visiting in Louisville Rise IIi Roberta has about recovered from an attack of pneumonia Mire Bessie Cunnicglmm who tins been visiting at Derby Ind has return ed home Miss Teaff of Hardlnsburg Iis teaching our spring school The attendance is reported small Gus Fryinlre who has boen having such a eerlous attack of ibturnntiEm Is elowly improving Miss Mary Louise Allen who is study ing music under Miss Etta May Frymlre is progressing rapidly Our merchant Abe Bennett lisa his house almost completed He is doing a good business this spring Miss Maggie Brodie went to Derby Ind one day last week to see Miss Liz zie Lime who is quite sick with pneu monla Albert and W H Jackson of Brazil Ind after a visit to relativesi l in this city returned home Sunday You know all k about ire The rush Che worry the cxhaustionigo with a great uponlyou off this feeling You are a slave to your work Sleep falls and you are on the verge of nervous exhaustion What Is to be done Take frs5a- f31PlrillaFor fifty years it has been lifting up the dis couraged giving rest to the overworked and bringing refreshing sleep to the depressed No other Sarsaparilla approaches ireIn age and In cures Ayers is the leader of them all It was Old before other sarsaparillas were born SIOO a bottle All draulsti Ayers Pills aid the ac tion of Ayers Sarsapa rilla They cure bilious ness H w a box I havo need Ayera medicines for moro than 49 sears and have laid from tho very start that you made tho host modrclDCS In the world I urn enrMnur Ran arlUa Fared my life whtj I tint took It 40 years ago I am now put 70 and am nom without your medicines KKANK TIIOMAK r M Jan 2118971 Enoti Kansas Write lha Doctor It yen have any complaint whateret rod desire the but medical aclilce yen can poMlblf rfcelre write tin doctor freely You will lecelra a prompt re plj without cost Addmi- DR J C AVER Low ll Man PRIZE WINNERS Miss Irene Board Closes A Successful Private School At Hardlns burg Friday April 6th The private school taught by Miss Irene Board cloeed Friday afternoon Prizes were awarded to Harry Hoben Allen Kincheloe Miller DeUaven Ern est Haswell and Virgil Babbage for excellency in their claeses The following is the Honor Roll for the last month Ada Beard 095 Stuart Babbaee 09 Allen Klncheloo 98 Isabel Gardner98Mart- ina Gardner 97 Harrv Hoben97Ilerb- ert Hook 07 Ernest Haswell 005 Minnie McCunningham 00 Virgil Babbage00Mil- ler Dellaven of 06 Arthur Haswell 95 Emmet Royalty of 05- IIIKNE Boii Teacher The Best In the World We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the beat in tine world A few weeks ego we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough and hay ing read their advertisements our own and other papers we purchased a bottle to see if it would affect us It cured us before the bottle was more than half used It is the best medicine out for colds and coughsThe Herald Andor Honvllle Ind For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port NONPROGRES SIVE SPIRITS We have from an exchange a list of men who not only do a town no good but are a positive drawback to it First those that go out of town to do their trading Second those who oppose improvements Third those who prefer a quiet town to onu of push and business Fourth thuEe who think business canine done slyly and with out advertising Filth thorn who deride public spirited men Sixth thosa wino oppose every improvement that does not originate with themselves Seventh those who oppose any public enterprise that does not appear to bttiinfit them Spreads like Wildfire When things art lithe best they bo como theIIbett selling Abraham Hare n leading druggie I of Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the beat selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why 7 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 henqa 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 SUDDEN DEATH firs Ell Qarrett Dies Ot ParalysIs Thursday Night April lath Triesudden death of Mrs Eli Garrett came as a great shock to her friends Thursday night April 12th She win otrickon with paralysis Thursday obrut noon and died that night Her health had been good prwvlom to this and she had no warning of tint attack which ended her life The funeral servlc3 wero conducted Friday morning at the home of hei daughter Mrs Joe Garrett with whom she lived by Rev W B Rutledge August Flower It sa surprising fact1 says Prof HoutoD that in my travels in nil path of the world for the last ton years 1I Imvo met more people having used Greens August Flower than any other remedy fur dyspepsia deranged liver and tomnchaflll for constipation I find for tcurlMs and salesmen or for persons Gil rig ifllce positions where headaches and general bed feelings from irregular ImbitH txUt that Greens August Flower is n urantt remedy It does not Injure the system by frequent use and is ex cfliont for sour stomachs and indiges thou Sample bottles free at A R Fichus Sold by dealers in all civilized coun tries AT REST firs Parmclla Pack Died At Her Home Near Weldon Monday April The 9th lIP Parmella Pack better knov n in this community as Grandmother Idea died Monday morning April Oil ut eleven oclock after an illness of two weeksMrs Pack was 82 years old and bad been u consistent member of the Baptist church 05 years She leaves two chil dren and a large number of grandchil drento mourn her loss Too much good can not be said ol Grandmother Pack She was an honest upright and generoushearted citizen always helpful to those in need She will be greatly missed in tho community and the family have much sympathy in their bereavement Sho was burled in the Buck Grove cemetery Rev Judsou Willett conduct- Ing the funeral services LAURA LEI SHREWSBURY Free of Charlie IAn adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who will call at A R Fishers will be presented Iwith a sample bottle of Boecheea German Syrup free of charge Only one bottle given to one person and none to child ren without order from parents No throet or lung remedy ever had such a sale as Bocchees German Syrup in all parts of the civilized world Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away and your druggist will tell YOU its success was marvelous It is really the only Throat and Lung Remedy generally endorsed by physicians One 75 cent bottlo will cure or prove ita value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries AXTEL Houston Pool went to Hardlnsburg last week Robert Frank and litho son went to the Falls of Rough one day last week Little Maud aged eight years daughter of Mrs Vanie Glasecock died Dec 17 1699 of meningitis She was ill only a few days which time sine suffered terri bly She leaves n father mother and two little brothers to mourn her loss She was buried in the family graveyard of Mr Wm Glasscock 9 Put away the little dresses That our darling ueed to wear She will never need them here She has gone to realms more fair Ilone for her sweet kiss waitingInlut aside her little playthings Wet with mothers saddest tears We shall miss our littlo Maudie yearsFoldThat sire never more shall wear For waitingIn fair HEn MOTlER Most women with female weakness suffer dreadfully from piles in addition to their other pains They may be cured by using TABLEKS BUCKEYE PILK OINTMENT Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents- Advertising Did It Mr Allen SatteraeRin talking to Ia respentatlvo of the NEWS saidit pays to advertise recently put a notieo In the want column of the NEWS advertising a cow for sale Two days after the publication I received word and letter from far and near Mr Satterflpld was asked Have YOU sold the cow Yes and I credit the salo to the advertisement in the NEWS Cleanse the liver purify the blood invigorate the body by using DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills always act promptly A R Fisher IN MEMORY k Or Ada Fe Durbin Who Departed This 1 Life Six Months Ago At Quaton Y This Is a glad beautiful1 world fragrant with the cdor of flowers tnneful with the songs of birds resplendent with the glories of earth and sea and sky Yet all this beauty has no attraction for us since grim merciless death has npprnrod in our mldtit and taken from us out dar ling Ada OUT sky is hung willCi bsck and sombre hued cloud our lives are overcast with the gloom of sorrow and dto pair without the presences of her who has none on before Tho world seems empty and cheerless It seems co hard to nave to give her up It has been just six months since she1 departed this life How runny lonely hours I have spent In those dreary vtmonths God gave and he tnketht sway and we ought to be submissive to hiea will I try to be but that tines not lessen tins pain and aching void in my heart Our great consolation IB that some dayjj we shall see her again in that home where there id no more parting and truant aches It is also a consolation to know that sho upon whom we lavished so ranch affection la at peace and in the world of bliss It will only be a littlo while until we too shall cross the dark river and join our loved one on tho other side When wo leavo this world of changes When wo leave tide world of care We will find our missingloved one fi In a mansion bright and fair HER MOTHER FANNIE DUBBIN 1000000 DEATHS From Cholera During the Past Year The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurking Everywhere IlThousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have icounti flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but noneff seem to be to successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cnre chick ens in the last stago of cholera and roup t and is excellent for gapes Do yourn fowls suffer from violent diarrhoeadrop 1 ping of the wings stdpor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera 1U a germ dfseBO and being Infectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the tore lock dont stop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary mess urea they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera Isa terrible disease but this remedy cures it every time It is also guaranteed ion roup which can be told by hoan1 breathing swelled oyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty Jdol lars is offered for a iy case the Mtiu i will not euro If some of your fowls are Q diseaied it will prevent the rest fromtj patching it Try it It is cheap relia R ble and effective a scientific preparation goes mere than three times aa far as any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the most experienced d l largest breeders of plain and fancy poul try in all parts of the world The manu factnrers guarantee every packageor re fund purchase money If your druggist doesnt sell Amencan Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case sendOJ gloo for sample box to American Mfg i Co Terre Haute Ind I Egg Hunt Miss Elizabeth Skillman entortaiaed the members of Miss Annie Raitts little school Sunday afternoon in honor of her nelce Miss Elizabeth Skillman The children spent the time pleasantly hanging Easter eggs In tho yard after which refreshments were served and the little folks went home happy in PoBeeSlQlrGf the gaily colored eggs Those pj fcnt were Misses Leonora McGavock Eloise il Nolte Lucilo LaNeave Elizabeth kiu4 tman and John Burke Jr i DEATH A RELIEF 4 l Ed Lichen Son Of Chas Ltslien DW After A Grief But Painful IUiseix IWednesday April nth Ed Lishen third son of Mr nnd 1dro Clioa LUhen died nt their homo AVM nesday April lltb attar a brief ilhjew1 Ho was taken ill Monday fiufforlnx with I such a sevoro pain in his head that death was a relief Wednesday morning tJJr was buried Thursday afternoon Rev W B Rulledga conducting the Bervtc ei P1 Ed wps a bright boy of twelve y ate arid wlllbo greatly missed by hh JUjiUy f anti playmates IUd parents havo great svBip thjrjlt their bereavement I W H Ship tan JBeardtley Nluurtt under oath snyjrfcjjI MrRredl jroni dve popsla for twes4yiy years DoeWra and dieting gavi but Iltt1e relief d1 ly he used KtlMtj p laC npw eats chat M A- She wAnfniJ aad h feiiht l1M irnV- ftdlgt+ ece what year Jittlt n J J LI K1 I t t fn