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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f r t itll SPAGESI i 11 1111 1111 II III I I I- Irp ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSm lf ALL THE NEWS TI TS FIT 39 PRINT n ti VOI XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 NO 43 1 j1 i STRONG MINDED rl t 1 II IWOMENlTtie Emergency Association A P Stepping Stone To The Equal jfll Rights Association WOMEN ARE NOT I I PLASTER SAINTS kMrs Llda Calvcrt Obenchnio Eliza Calvert Hal authorcf Sally Anns Experience and other tale one of Ken tuckya moet brilliant writers gives In the WOMANS JOURNAL a Boston paper last week her views as to the bearing of the recent political disturbances inKbn lucky on womauu ballot It will be re membered that M the late Congressional i hearing a Northern oppcnent of equal rights for women referred to the shoot tt ing of Goebel as a conclusive objection rI f to letting women vote and Mr Charles R Saunders used the same are f1gumentinthe recent debato on equal t suffrage Massachusetts Legislature t Mrs Obenchain says V ftAfew weeks before our last Equal Rights Convention 1 had a letter from t Mrs Mary 0 Roark asking me among f i other thing lot my idea of the lines of j suffrage work that needed special atten I tion in this State at the present time t l YAs nearly as I can remember my reply 11 ifollowsi conditions in our State i 7 are such thatI do not see how any woman with an atom of common sense can say that she does not want to vote b if some divine power would only rain taI down a little common sense on the wo fe men who need it any line of work i vld lead speedily to woman suffrage t but without that divine interposition no rtUne of work can possibly prove effective This sounds pessimistic but I do not feel r pessimistic at all I believe that woman 4suffrage is near at hand but It is going to be forced on the women of Kentucky by some unexpected combination of circum stances just as it was forced on the wo men of New Orleans The average wo manias no sense of justice She will have to learn the expediency of woman suffrage before she sees its justice When I wrote these words Id id not dream that their fulfilment lay very near at hand and that it would be written l in blood on the pages of Kentuckys history A few weeks later came the assassination of Goebel the climax of all Kentuckys bloody deeds The unexpected combination of circumstances had occurred at last A few weekslater still and the Louis r yille Courier Journal announced that i The Womens Emergency Association i would hold a meeting for the purpose of directing the attention of women to A importance and necessity of using 1rbtit influence in behalf of good citizen i ship1 Hero Was the fulfillment of my words Goebels death had not only reunited his party but It had awakened r =x the women of his State to realization of r their civic responsibilities The mass meeting was held and theti speakers were the most eminent among the citys clergy There was a great amount of eloquence and enthusiasm but between Bishop Dudley and Rev Carter Helm Jones the women of Ken i tucky will have a hard time finding out Who they are and what they are and where they are at in this political 4 crisis First came Bishop Dudley who said i that all the good qualities of man are due to woman and thatIItbe mightiest bravestt and best men in this country t have been wIdow sons and that itbo country la full of good men who never had a fathers influence to guide themI Then came the Rev Carter Helm Jones who declared that the men of Ken tacky are just as good as the women want them to bo in which case we wo am are certainly avery bad lot rTO8Baflragist these conflicting state i l L are very suggestive H we women apowerful and ad good aa the Die t eiaays weare I would like to ask him r 91 f fW it happens that affairs have gotten r f3 + lab Bucfya bad l DTlellaga1D I If oar ideals are to blame for all tub r political trouble u ttt Jones asserts what fa the QM of Bailing OB ua to purify TwSSoe tAm mettDlCf angels and IN THE archangels should have been called to purify the iideals of women before they can bo expected to purify politics- If aa Bishop Dudley eats all the good qualities of men are due to women what part does man play in the scheme of evolution It he tljo source of all ovllIIs he a mere nonentity capable of ceiving good but not capblo of transmitting it It is a new and queer theory of heredity that the Bishop presents and no woman who respects her husband or her father will be likely to assent to the proposition that all the good in hu manity Is derived from wpman Follow ed out to their logical conclusion Bish op Dudleys statements mean that the beet thing Kentucky fathers can do In to lie down and die and leave the rearing of their sons entirely to the mothers of the State which would be a very undesirabe condition for all concerned Let us see if there is not some middle ground be tween the eulogy of the Bishop and the depreciation of Mr Jones The attitude of these gentlemen to wards women in politics reminds me of Englands attitude towards her common soldiers asset forth in one ol Kiplings Barrack Room Ballads Oh itsTommy this an Tommy that an Tommy go away But its Thank you Mister Atkins when the band begins to play For its Tommy this an Tommy that an Tommy wait outside But its Special train for Atkins when the troopers on the tide Then its Tommy this an Tommy that an Tommy owe yer soul But its thin red line of eroes when the drums begin to roll III thatIIt But its Please to walk in front sir when theres trouble in the wind For its Tommy this an Tommy that an Ohuck him out the bruto 1lit But its Saviour of his country when the guns begin to shoot Ever since Kentucky became a State women have been ordered to go away to watt outside and to fall behind whenever there was any political affair on hand But now when theres trou ble in the wind and the drums begin to roll and the guns begin to shoot we are suddenly ordered to the front and informed that we are the eaviours of our country I And it is darkly intimated that if we render our fellow men any assistance in their trouble it is no more than we ought to do since we are mainly responsible for It all You perhaps remember the protest of Tommy Atkins We arent no thin red eroea and we arent no blackguards too But single men in barracks most te markable like you And if sometimes our conduck isnt all your fancy paints Why single men in bflrricks dont grow into plaster saints We women are not the plaster saints that Bishop Dudley would make us out to be nor are we as bad as the other side sees us We are just plain human beings most remarkable like men And If sometimes our conduck Isnt all your fancy paints why please remember that you cannot expect disfran chised class to grow into heroes and patriots any more than you can expect single men in barricks to become plaster saints The Rev Carter Helm Jones finds that the Ideals of women are at the bottom of all this political trouble and if wo men will only raise their Ideals the millennium will begin right hero in Kentucky politics Undoubtedly wo men are wrong In a great many ways their ideals Included Let women raise their ideals by all means But whet shall bo aald of the ideals of men in g State where the disfranchised class Is composed ofrginorst I Idkto lunatics criminals and women The most reasonable utterances at the maes meeting were front the men who questioned our civilisation rewe a 1 civilized people said Mr Temple Bodley while Rabbi Moses rightly de clared that we are in a certain s nse pagans To Mr Bodleys question there is but one answer It has been only a few years since the Equal Rights Association after ten years of hard work swept from the siatutn books of Ken tucky every vestige of the barbarous common law of England as it related to tho property rights of married women and there are still laws ofour statute books laws relating to women and children that would disgrace the pagans I think that centuries hence when a nobler race reads the dark page of his tory that Kentucky has recently writ ten for herself the comment will be But what could be expected from peo pIe whose ideals of womanhood were so low that their women were clasrd polite cally with minors idiots lunatics an I criminals HWanting that the ideals of women wrong and that these ideals have caused I all the political trouble in Kentucky still we women cannot justly be blamed for womens ideals have always beenI mauufactured by men Men have saidI to women Thus must you think thu must you speak thus must you act an women have obediently thought spoken and acted in accordance with the orders from headquarters Womans IiSiiral off government was framed by man her ideal of home was made by man her ideal of man was made by man and tto cap the climax she was not even per mitted to make an ideal of herself Her ideal of womanhood even was made byr man Man said to ber The ideal woo man is one whose sphere is the home Wifehood and motherhood are the high est honors to which she aspires Sh I must be a good cook Bud a good seam stress and a good housekeeper She must keep the buttons sewed on and darn the socks and obey her husband I and always meet him with a smile and if she will only do this we men will at tend to everything outside tbe sphere I and all will be lovely The women oft Kentucky with a few unimportant ex ceptions have kept this ideal of womanhood enshrined in their inmost hearts They havo bowed down to fit and worshipped it dally They haveI kept within their sphere and they have shuddered with horror at the mere sug gestion of voting J and now if thelrideals s are to blame forthe murder the assassin atlon tho political anarchy that disgraces Kentucky let ua ol be just enough to go one step farther in the chain of cause and effect aud lay that blame on the shoulders of the men who framed these ideals and forced them on the hearts and the consciences of weak womenThe few unimportant exceptions who did not accept the manmade ideals were known as strong minded women I love that adjective atrong minded The whole story of the woman movement Is in that one word The difference between the woman who conservative and the one who is progressive between the wo man who accepts tho ideal man makes for her and the woman who prefers to make her own Ideals is that the latter is strongminded and the former Isnot And if the women of Kentucky are to save tho State by means of their Ideals aa tho Rev Carter Helm Jones tells them to do they must begin the good work by getting strongminded Elder Powell one of the speakers at the great moss meeting said that Ken tucky women must carry religion into politics How in the world are we to carry religion into politics when the cry goes eternally up from press and from pulpit You must keep out of politics Politics is not your sphere The home is your sphere and the State is mans The State rests on the home and If you manage the affairs of your home pro perly that will be service enough to the StateThe Courier Journal reporter said These 1600 or more women eat there and listened with breathless Interest while the citys foremost speakers among the clergy told them that the salvation of the State and Its politics de pended upon them that the civilization of Kentucya people and tho reputation of the State depended on their efforts and there was not a woman present but left the building firmly resolved to do all she could for the enlightment and betterment of the people of this Com mon wealth If the immortal gods wanted any large laughter they might have found toe occasion for It in this meeting Or perhaps it takes a atrong minded woman to see the utter absurdity in trio spectacle of these men representatives of the class that has sole charge of politics laying such tremendous responsibilities on die fran hlsed Women Women are the source of all good but they are not good enough to vote They mutt keep out of politics and carry religion into poll tics Their ideals are all Wrong and they are to blame formoeof the trou ble nevertheless the salvation of the Continued oa eighth page HARDINS FORT A Cloverport Citizen Has In His Possession A Piece Of The Last Log That Was Used In Its- Construe = tion A REMARKABLE CAVE FORTdI A representative of the NEWS casually j dropped into the real estate office of Dr R L Newsotns Monday and waa ehovjn apiece of log three feet in length that came out of Hardins Fort erected one hundred and twenty years ago near Uardinsburg tho county seat of this county by the celebrated Indian fighter Gen William Hardin dorayedmany years yet There are a few of the old style nails projecting about three quarters of an inch on the outside As I this is the last ef the logs the owner przes it as a valuable relic Gen William flardln was a pioneer of this county and a frontiersman of the true type He and a few of his neigh bore among whom were the Claycombs Brashears Brnners Bargers H ynseses Rices Jollys Barre Deans Spencers and others penetrated the wilderness of Ken tucky about the year 1780 Gen liar din and three other companions the names of whom cannot be recalled wore in seaich of a suitable location for his colony They reached the falls of the Ohio but finding a settlement and the nature of the country was too swampy they reembarked and floated down the placid waters of the Ohio to the mouth of Sinking Creek where they anticipated the exploration of the adjacent country j Hero they embarked into the midst of a band of hostile savages The Indians allowed them the privilege of going some three miles in the country whenff they divided one party taking POf8 lon of tho boat while the other pursued the whites Signs of Indians were discovered and naturally they became on the alert realizing they were being pursued by a superior body of savages aud knowing the folly of the fight they pushed on to limes Fort the present site of Elizabeth townTheir fight was continued until morn ing and on reaching a large spring they stopped to rest and quench their thirst If all descriptions be true it was doubtless of whore the town of Big Springs now a stands At this point savages attacked The Most Stubborn Coughs resulting from an attack of la grippe or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful healing properties of Foleys Honey and Tat which strengthens the lungs and makes them sound Moorman Owen For trains leaving Cloverport 510 a m and 048 a m of May 10th and 14th round trip tickets from Cloverport to Louisville good returning two days alter date of sale220Alone Mld Ocean or on the train in the house or while at your office duties you are subject to disagreeable results from Irregular or ex cessive diet Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin cures positively Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble Sold by Short k Haynes Round trip tickets from Oloverport to Louisville will also be sold May 3rd to 19th inclusive good returning May 21 at rate of 8206- AlaalI How Soon Forgotten I lean ache or a pain or trouble of any kind when pno is well rid of it end If it happens to be Headache or Stomach Trouble that bothers you take Dr Gald wells Syrup Pepsin and you will not only forget you ever had it but will know that you are not liable to have it again The dose is small and it is pleasant to take Shoi t de Haynes Owenaboro to have an ice plant Capacity thirty tons a day them and one of the party whose nom is unknown was killed Hardin an three others escaped About this time the Ohio over flowed periodically an 1 the surrounding country Hardin cut the emblem cf high water mark on a true which U stilt percep tibleThe country was explored in a south easterly direction and finally Hardlna burg where the old Fort stood wasI reachedIt Hardins determination to establish a colony The erection of a Fort was immediately commenced an I was constructed of logs with loopholesI to shoot from The Fort is staked on a slope and a short distuned in a downward directionI from said Fort is tho location of a cele brated cave It was always used as a sale retreat The cave has been ex plored a considerable distance and has become noted for its coolness and pure air It lisa been stated that fresh meats have been stored away in the cave and known to keep for a period of years The entrance of tho cave is lined with wood and there yet remains the door One remarkable feature of it is a con stant flow of the purest water A number of cabins surrounded this Fort and occupied by persons who had joined Hardin with the intention of settling the country Gen Hardin bore tho honor of laying out Uardinsburg In 1732 The Hardin family of whom Gen Hardin was a member was one of the noted and die tinguished smears of Kentucky This noble heros grave Is in a dilapi dated condition and lays on tho turn pike road adjoining tho Hardin creeK bridgeThe Hon Alfred Allen deceased who delivered the oration of the 100th anniversary of Hardlnsburg on that memorable occasion strenouely agitated the erection of a monument to the gal lant fighter Those who are possessed patriotic feelings ought to commence sul scrlptlou Iin behalf of the putting up of a monument PROGRAM Of The Bewley ville District Sunday School Convention To Beheld At Bewleyvlllc Saturday May 19 iy00M- ORNING SESSION Opening Song PrayerWelcome AddressRev AL Moll Response Mr Bate Herndon Music Punctuality its value and how se curedMr T B Henderson How to meet the need for bettor teach eraMr B L McGuffin Music Webster School Report of Schools Praise meeting led by Mr G W Beard AFTERNOON SESSION What we need in the Bewlovvllle District Sunday School Dr S P Parks Mr V G Babbage DiscoseioK Music Irvlnglon Baptist School How to conduct the infant class Mrs Charles Drury DISCUSSION PaporMhs Florence Cain How to enlist the church members Rev A II Davis DrnryCan into Winter quarters Mr Simeon PayneD- ISCUSSION Music Irvlngton Methodist School Ellectlon of officers Solo Miss Nora Henderson requestedtoworkers invited to attend THOMAS J JOLLY Pres DAIS HBBNDON Seoy r PAGES 156 COLUMNS Delicious Biscuit Hot 1t t are made with Royal Baking Powder and are the most appe tizing healthful and nutritious of foods mmapure andadulterated baking powder are neither appetizing nor wholesome w It all depends upon the bak ing powder 1 Take every care have i Royalebaking powder if you would avoid indigestion I ROYAL BAKING POWDER C0100 WILLIAM NEW YORK SALOONMEN WIN The City Council All Vote For Whiskey The Largest Attendance In Years And Lively Meeting TEMPERANCE PEG PLE REMONSTRATE Our City Dads mot In rrgular monthly session Monday night at the City Hall Mayor Barry rind all the members were present with the exception of Councilman Mattingly Mayor Barry called tbe body to order at the regular hour Clerk rousey read minutes of tho pre vious meetings which stood approved The various committees were callerI upon to report but had no reports t make Claims and accounts were flext on docket and all stood approved Tho attendance this particular meet- Ing was tho largest since the installation of this body On the 28th day of last month a local option election was bet in preclnts and The wets were successful and applications were at once posted for license to sell in precinct No2 Mug Severs a member of thin law firm of Murray Murray Severs was 1 in attendance on behalf of Popham Elder for license to retail liquors in precinct He pleaded before the body on the legal right of granting saldjlicense and hoped they would act on the matter wisely and justlyF N DeUuy presenteda petition uu behalf of the temperance people with the signatures of over 100 names request ing the body not to grant Hconso untill the matter could be fairly settled in th courts as to the legality of said election in those two precincts This produced a great deal of excitement and the lawyers and councllmons I heads went close together in consulta Lion After considerable debate over this question it was decided that th Mayor should select three members off the body to act He named the follow ing gentlemen James G Harris II McCracken and Eugene Haynes who with City Attorney James R Skillman closeted themselves in the adjoining ante room to discusa the question and offer a report They were out probably twenty five minutes On returning i 18 i i LII L l 4 to ST I A at 1 2 2 S Councilman Harris read a report to ac cept the matter as complete Councilman McCracken read his report requesting the granting of licenses with the provisions that a license first be ob tamed from the county judge A vote was then taken on the last report which received second but the sufficient number of years was not heard This matter was dropped for sfew moments until Councilman Hudson could consult with the City Attorney He returned and said I have one request to make before I vote If the par ties will sign a written agreement bind ing themselves not to retail liquors on Sunday I will vote with the affirma live Mr Popham on behalf of the firm of Popbaui Elder agreed to sign the article The question of advertising for water works and franchises for an electric light plant was ordered to be placed in the different trace journals by the clerk The Council then adjourned Does It Pay To Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous reunite of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes thant1 that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boechees German Syrup It not only heals and stimu dtotes the tissues to destroy the germ dis ease but allays inflammation coarse easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by A R FISHER A Probability of Cloverport Having an Ax Handle Factory Messrs John Pilaud and E A Epper son representatives of the Mound City Handle Factory were in the city last week with a view of establishing a simi lar factory here Should these gentle thise c s place the institution will give employ ment to 40 or 50 men It is with the 4 citizens and businessmen to perfect its location Capitalists must have encour agement and inducements The loca tion and free taxation have beea ataadatea building which with a smallamoun of money can be put tn suitable repairs for the operation of this plant Good old Granny Metcalf of Kentucky + 80 years old says that Dr Bells Plne Tar Honey is the beet Grip cureo Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life old Beverywhere e CKBNRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 T 1 Y i t t i t Current TopicsB- y tin lUttk GilsMl I think even young lovers ihpald call halt when old Gn Joe Wheeltr gets prfeetand amlles and blinks over a rumor of bis marriage with Mrs Child The gaUnt veteran my be enjoying nanny dreama ofl childhood again Pir donbls coquetry A picture of Mrs Anna M Knlghton appeared In Sutnrdays LonUvllla Poet M a true danzhtsr of tbe Confederacy Hereon John 0 wu in tbe Confeder ate army and died after tbe straggle was over He lice in Cave Hill with a Confederate flag upon bit headttoae Mrs Knlghton ii 82ls iresident of Louisville and will wear a salt of gray daring lb coming rimnion and aacarf Ueof red md white We all the oldr circle know Mrs Knlghton here aa she wu a teacher at Mla Polly Bentlnys school on Doe Run Meade county Sbe taught for sev+ eral years She did scout duty for the famous John H Morgan and later enlist ed ILS a nurso in tbe Copfederato Army Abal Mayor Jones of Toledo had given up the socialistic scheme be Inau garated In Lie builnets a few months ago He found that tome of the men employed in tbe establishment wile not aa anxious to work aa others or be decided that they should not have theme compenaatlon or profits that went to the industrious employes Mayor Jones should have known that it is utterly useless to try to induce all men to be alike I want to tell hia majesty that competent men and incompetent men industrious energetic men and lazy die gruntled men men of concentration and men who lack it have existed since this world was formed and that they will con tinue to exist until thus old sphere rolls away like a scroll into oblivion The so cialists Ideas will never be realized short of a celestial abode In the May cosmopolitan Is a most interesting little story A Soldiers Wife in tbe Philippines We have all herd andrtlld BO much of the remarkable city of Manila that a real chatty conversational letter bv a bright woman le much enjoyed Mrs Funston we have all read of her gallant husband went to Manila as a bride with two other bridesto meet their husbands in 1898 She was surprised to eee the fine stone quay and splendidly paved streets and the remarkable kinds of vehicles with horses attached little larger than dOlts thin and sore She speaks of the bay the gorgeous sunset and the pictureique coetumes of the women American women were scarce there in 08 and great crowds of tbe na tives would follow Mrs Funston and her friends when on the street The heat is intense from nine to four but by five the whole city turns out on tbe plaza when a band gives concertr Mrs Funeton is a pleasant writer Tbe press seems to be as unanimous as the Senate Committee on privileges and elections In the opinion that Wil- lIam Andrew Clark Democrat of Mon tana ought to be denied his seat in the Senate His seat should be declared vacant indeed if it is true that he gained it by large expenditures in con nection with his election which preven ted a free choice of a United States Sena tor by the Montana legislature But if on tbe other hand it is a conspiracy concocted by his political enemies then let the hammer of truth prove t false But surely If all the Senate seats wore declared vacant that were obtained by the use of money Mr Clark would not be the only one to go Arent there many who have bought their scalp 1 wonder but who have not been Wound outthat IIF officially A year ago Indiana elected a young man without money Illinois we are told never knew the sale of a seat nor Iowa I believe This Is just as it should be The great difficulty with which we now have to deal is the use of money In ways that do not challenge the public notice but which all the same rules out a poor man of ability and trust and merit The Sell ate is a fine club for millionaires who can reach it through their purses The copper king of Montana is not alone Mr Clark was only more open more barefaced and failed to cover up his tracks or burn the bridges behind him Hence the committee was obliged to declared his teat vacant I am immersed in Rudyard Kiplings Tbe Light That Failed I like It more than Soldiers ThreeliThe Gate of the Hundred Sorrows ranks well with me Hike Kipling and I dont like him paradoxical isnt it 7 But hes pa thetic so pathetic at times and lust as cold at another One can cry over his Baa Baa Black Sheep on some pages and on the next leaf forget tears for in dignation Upon tbe whole Kipling will live to tbe world long after bia light bar failed on this shore This brings my mind to some English views of Miss Johnstons new story To Have and To Hold which In England has been reo christened By Order of the Company in accordance with a common but curl one British custom to show decided appreciation To Hays and To Hold leas popular In England it seems M in America and proves that women are Increasingly active in modern fiction of i which for two years America baa been furnishing the beet The historical novel to most popular JJm BOW of which To Have and To Hold takes precedence Then cornea Richard Carvel in which leader ti ianI guess Prof Raiof Beaver Dam would sagest a work of art instead of such a sublimated form of artifice but we would remind the Professor that this is decidedly abovaltide tbat Ila sweep log over na and that we are studying an admirable type of colonial life with some strong characterlutlon We forbear critical coDCfBsioni because these are tbe works of fiction This tide will assuage after a bit no doubt whan an aesthetic taste will rage Prof Ray isI young enough to bldeaw till it comes I will have shuffled off tllla mortal coil perhaps so Ill not bIght to nicks prepa rations to mtet it Coming down to art renjinda me that this IsI the year for the treat Passion Play which is practically the same play since lte establishment sometime in the sixteenth century I be- lIeve I notice the play of 1000 is being discussed In the Westminster Gazette London which aaya some seven hun dred persona of all ages will appear in tbe representation this ysar The play home at Qbei Ammergau will bold 0000 people The play runs through May June July August so many each month and the performance is from 8 a m until 6 p m I have often wondered If the Passion Play is right and I won der yet If such scenes front our dear Lords life should be portrayed or imper sonated by mere mortals From this sublime height I step to the Paris Ex position to find fault with tbe space al lotted to American artist It will hard ly accommodate one tenth of tbe pictures that should represent American art I see that our greatest painters Whistler and Sargent are to enter competition This united space is bound to be nrat isfactory so they will exhibit in the British section This makes me so mad I wouldnt exhibit at all unless I could do so witb my own countrymen Id put them on the walla of the Salon where there will be found true representations of American art American literature her gone to the front and so it is unfor tunate for American artists and Anion can art that this defection has occurred After suffering from severe dyspepsia over twelve years and using many remedies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me so much good I recommend it to everyone writes J E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chlllicothe Mo It digests what you eatA R Fisher Her Favorite Paper Mrs M E Wedding and son Ernest of Rome Ind were In town Wednesday shopping Mrs Wedding called at the NEWS office and renewed her subscription saying that It was the paper she most enjoyed of all papers that come to her house W S Musser Mlllhelm Pa saved the life of his little girl by giving her One Minute Cough Cure when she was dying from croup It is the only harm less remedy that gives immediate results It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis grippe asthma and all throat and lung troubles A R Fisher STOCK LAW This Badly Needed Reform Will Probably Be Voted Upon This Fall IfP Bennett Uattletown Ky A question of much interest to tbe farmer is the stock law It was on the ballot in Meade county in 180G but was defeated I feel confident however that if it should be tried again this fill it would carry unanimously for the farmers ate awakening to their own interests I know of many farms in this county where there is scarely enough timber to keep up the fences and as there is no stock law almost every day there can be seen a drove of scrub stock hog that are dependent upon the commons for their half starved existence preying upon such and destroying the result of much hard labor The owner is proba bly notified and he loses a day and a half frow his work putting his cattle up The trouble then ceases for a few days when the cattle get out again aud the same story is repeated Now would it not be wiser and better to fence in your own stock Every farm has a few old rails which might be util ized to ffence In a pasture for the stock This would be much cheaper than let ting your own stock run loose or fencing against the whole community- In passing through Harrison county Ind I have often admired the fine cattle and hogs of that section They do not depend upon the commons for their living They are fed well and regularly and become paying Investments to their owners I have heard some farmers say that they would not live in a country that had no stock law On account of this scarcity of timber for fencing and on account of the great destruction to property and crops by ale lowing tbe stock to run loose at will something will have to be done We must have a stock law It will probably be on the ballot this tall if so every farmer will have the right to vote for his own interest or against it Job Work done on short notice Call and tee us THE NEW YORK TIMES SATURDAY REVIEW ONE DOLLAR REFS YEAR CHEAPEST MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD if Af1 Author of Little Ldrd Fnontleror a b 3 I m resullnc THH tfBW TOHK TlMBl EUnmoAr RBTIBW weekly with th cmitstpleasure To a rocklni 1rsosi with IIMS Ume to gut to literature than Ibs large literarr output ot thdy nqnlrM II uraim in proportion of a boon The London Saturday FUrUw and TUB New YORK TIMBI SATUHDAT REVIEW reUy form my cfclaf XnrultstU nuunaner- nANCBB 1IODO8ON BURNETT The New York Time Saturday lUrlrv It per annum Bend your tame for tree sampU oopr 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Saturday Review f1 per annum Bend your name for tree aarapl ropy YORK nail Toothbrush that glowing Landmark I CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS i Bardstown Selected Aa The Place 01 Nominating A Candidate The Democrat ccongresslonal commit tee of the fourth district met at EHzv beth town on last Friday and called a convention to meet at Bardstown on May 24th It was resolved that a convention for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress in the fourth con gressional district be hold in tbe city of Bardstown on the 24th day of May 1000 that the respective counties in said district shall on May 10 1000 bold precinct conventions and select precinct delegates to attend a convention to be held at the county seats of each county on May 21 1000 and that said county delegated convention select delegates to attend said district convention Tbe basis of precinct representation shall be one delegate for each twenty five votes cast for Bryan in 1600 provl ded that each precinct shall hays 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have charge of aa much territory RS hn can conveniently work to time companys interestsIn selection of Mr Buzby an their agent the company could not have se lected a better man as bn is conscien tious in performing his duties and al ways on the alert to protect and promote his employers buinee- eDeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE For MAN OR BEAST Riverside Stock Farm DENVER COLO March 2 1899 Mr B H DeHuy DEAR had occa sion to use your Balmoline upon my horse as well as myself last Pall in a run away accident do not hesitate to recommend it for Man and Beast as doing a great deal MORE than even YOU CLAIM for it My horse was one complete mass bruised and battered flesh and it is surprising that you cannot now find that the hair was lost in any spot F M MUELLER Wholesale Saddles and Harness nom Send 3 cents for sample to B H DeHUY Manufacturer Box D Sta A Denver Col Price 25 and SOC All Dealers Holds The Banner Henry J May Jr engineer of the Henderson route took a day off last week and went fishing up Clover creek He met with excellent reaulta and returned with the prettiest string of bache lor and bass that has been caught this season He had two fish weighing five pounds A Urine Oerer Au Out In a big apartment house on Co lumbia heights there dwells a young married woman who Is as naive as the bride In the comic weeklies The house keepers whq live In tho same house with her have been somewhat annoyed of lato by mice The young woman met one of them In the hall the other day and tbo conversation naturally turned on their common pests The mice have been so bad lately said the elder woman that I keep ev erything locked up and all my eatables In tho boxes Tho younger womans eyes sparkled with eagerness MylI she said I wouldnt daro do that I wouldnt want to run such a risk I leave crackers and cheese lying about every night when I go to bed BO that when the mice become hungry theyll find something to eat and not gnaw things Im always afraid theyll bite holes In my new tablecloths and my nice centerpieces If I dont leave the cheese right whero they can find it easily I feel perfectly sate when I know theres plenty for them to eat right where they can get at It Theres nothing after all like having a clever Idea like that now and thenWashington Post- Nickname of OrltUh Regiment The grcnadler guards were nicknam ed The Coalhcavers becAUSO they were at one time allowed to work In plain clothes at odd jobs for private employers The Seventh foot were Tho Elegant Extracts because at ono time all their officers had been chosen from other corps The Fortysixth owed their namo of Tho Lacedemonians to their colonels stirring speech on the ancient Spartans Like many other receivedHalt Hundred from their ophthalmic troubles In Egypt and The Dirty Half Hundred because in their penin sular fights they wiped themselves with their black facings The One Hun dredth regiment are Thy Old Hun dred and The Centipedes The Twentyeighth were called The Fore and Afts because 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Sale by the NEWS Cloverport Ky 1 iIi Dai George dcarsho possible that our love our mart tied can commonplace practical lovo people around George would thought said George onatcly lovo each Ii tenderly that love ordinary kind darling Iand our angel that can never day said George dinner sauce would dont feeding send after that dinner waiting And oft paeion replied a- kttonon back part strip mine Youll them room have dry and cold watering eyes DMMlM Goodby Pearson J3ycllflta shoald always pataofftooldent Immediately Trill subdue sad dieeoloraUon quickly the Trourdr Pdoe 26 Pencil figures figures and makes mistake in of with equaling example 11x82400 9x1180 lilt truly little marvel of among Boston An article Value accuracy young of of and windowed State Encampment Q A R Lancaster Ky May 2425 For the above occasion a rate of one fare for round trip has been made by the lien derson route Tickets will he sold May 24th25th limited to return May 20th The ancients believed that rheuma tism was 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Douglas was the guest of Miss Willie Graves Sunday Miss Pearl Douglas splint the day with Miss Jennie Morton recently Plant beds are looking well There is I a fine prospect for a large crop Miss Jessie Morton spent the evening with Mire Virginia Bramblett recently Verna Morton and Willie Wills went to North Middleton Sunday on their wheelsMay magictreadAnd weaves her garlands sweet How beautiful her rose wreathed head I My hearts beneath her feet Twas in the May time longfltto whenSomesnow The buds we gatheredthen Children who are weak fretful or troublesome should be given a few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE They will then become strong healthy and active have rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughing all the day long Price 75 cents tr teen the Juage Over a score of yenta ago Judge FIbgerald was appointed to the bench of the district that Includes Pima and Cochleo counties In Arizona lIe found on coming to Tucson that formality was almost unknown In the courtroom It the days wore warm the attorneys and attendants dispensed with coats This to him appeared particularly dis respectful lIe announced that smok ing In tho courtroom would not be tol crated and that coats must be worn under pain of the courts displeasure The grand Jury was called Among the Jurors summoned was a brawny miner who appvarod In his usual costume a dark blue shirt and overalls What do you mean thundered the magistrate by appearing In this court room In your shirt sleeves Where Is your coat At home judge mildly returned the Juror Then go and get Itl No not a word girl glaring down upon tho man ns be attempted to speak Go home and get your coat sir or Ill commit you for contempt The miner went silently out lie didnt return that day nor the next and tho judge after Issuing a bench warrant for him iworo In another juror About two weeks thereafter tho original miner dressed as the court de mended again stepped within Judgo Fitzgeralds range of vision To the Irate magistrate he tendered the ex planation that his home and coat were both In Hnrshnw mountains near tho Mexican border over 100 miles away and that he bad but obeyed the orders of his honor In going home after his coat Arizona Graphic A Qualified Dedalon In the early days of Ccour dAlene said an old miner I was working with my partners on a claim when we wero suddenly startled by pistol shots and looking up discovered a man ly- Ing prostrate on an adjoining claim while his assailant was trying to es cape by legging It to the best of his ability Without stopping to pick up tho Injured man we gave hot chase to tho one trying to escape whom wo finally overhauled captured and haled before a justice of the peace at Mis sion Ida the nearby town There an I remember It It develop ed that It was an attempt at claim Jumping anti that the man who had dono tho shooting was the would be jumper The evidence was all against him and word came that the man who had been shot lay all but within the portals of death the physician giving It as his opinion that he could last only a few hours longer and thereupon the tamed justice of the peace rendered his decision I find you guilty of murder In tho first degree said be severely as ho turn d toward the prisoner at the bar that Is provided the victim dies and so that decision stands to this day TTIten tho Pna Gcta Her flack Up It Is not anger alone that makes cats arch their barks Indeed when two cats are preparing to fight they do not assume this attitude but crouch low Just as they do when about to spring on their prey the body being extended and the hair not In the least erect But when on meeting a dog suddenly tear Is combined with anger then the cat standing at Its full height at onco arches Its back with an Instinctive ef fort to appear as formidable as posnll bleDarwin compares It to tho similar attitude of the lynx when attacked and to that of birds which ruffle their tenth ers and spread out their wings and tall when alarmed It Is noticeable that a cat will also arch Its back when In an effcctlonate frame of mind rub bing Itself against Its masjjjrs leg At the same tlinp It slightly raises Its fur and holds Its tall erect Its whole at tltude Is just the reverse of that which It assumes whoa savage Darwin accounts for this In the fol lowing words Certain states of mind lead to certain habitual actions which are of no service Now when a direct ly opposite state of mind Is Induced there Is a strong and Involuntary tendency to the performance of a movement of a directly opposite nature though It may bo of no service Tout ana iTOtrreag Despite nil the attacks upon machinery an ago without tools Is an ago of drudgery and degradations It onco men tolled 16 hQurs a day with a sin gle stroke Watts engine cut off two hours In the morning for rest and two hours at night for reading Tho modern home with a thousand and one comforts Is the gift of tools Wo now compel steel fingers steel knives steel wheels and steel wires to do our work Take away our tools and civilization would go back 100 yearsNewell Dwight Hlllls In Womans Homo Com panion Water In Porto Rico Tho water supply of Porto Rico because of Its abundance and freshness from the mountain streams ought to bo pure and good for use nut It Is far otherwise A thick bed of rank vegetation is ever decaying beneath tho new growth rising above It and the water filtering through tho rotten mass becomes not only steeped with tho lye of decaying roots leaves and grasses but is full of insncts and warms rcawr Excuse me said the shabby look ing young man But would you bo so kind as to cash this check for me Why dont yew git somebody thet knows yew to cash IU asked the old countryman picking up hla carpet sack from the curb The people that know me wont do IV bitterly exclaimed the young man turning away to hide a tear Poor fellow sympathetically an wered the farmer as he took out his wallet How much II It fert And still they say moneys bard to ret Kaaau City Independent SCROFULABghfng as of 1 In many reipccta Scrofula and Consumption nUke generashed blood upon uponthelOretheears throughtheaway or no good the blood is poisoned The old scrofulous taint which has probably come down through several generations has polluted every drop of blood healthyconditiondigestionand41 S j S S is the only medicine that can reach deepneated blood troubles like Scrofula It goes down to the very root of knownTheproperties no poison howaoerpowerfuI can Iresist S S stimulates and purifies the blood Increases the SA IV E THE CHILDRENong aIds the digestion and restores health and strength to the enfeebled body If you have reason to think you have Scrofula or thebestchildren preeminently remedy for When my daughter weaanlnfaal fiehedaeenrc eouatnlandwetogowhich are beyond the power of other all blood remedies 8 I booK Montlcello Ca madeScrofulayour anyone you are interested in Your letter will receive prompt and careful attention We make 1110 charge whatever for this Address 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ratgestaecontalaa2Ktiatee steadslaej3aoksnaboptdyapgpalama1ied tree Prtpartd by EC DWITTA CO Chicago For Sala by AB Fsherpiaverpo- rtlPERFECT SCALES LAW FOREVER VOKBAITCZD nuaonr PAID COMBINATION BEAM AND BKAM BOX CHEAPEST AND BEST JONES OF BINQHAMTON INNAYWtN iiiEi SSS I Sendus your orderITHIS PAPER I ONE YEAR INALPAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS AT THE PRICE OF ONE We want to pet 1000 eulipcrlbere to onr paper by New Years and are going to do 1 It if we can we thenfore continue our arrangement with the Form Journal by 1 which we can lend Tits BRECKENBIDOB NEWS and the Farm Journal 5 years both for 100 And we make the same offer to all oid subscribers who will pay all arrearages and one yt nr in advance Yon know what our paper Is and the Farm Journal in a gem practical pro ureMive a clean honest useful paper full of gumption full of sunshine with an immense circulation among the best people every where Yououlbtto like It NOTICE 1 We are going to ennil you soon a eam pin copy of the Farm IImrnul free and let It spak for iteelf Lookout for I- tILYONSI P 1 LAXATIVESYRUP I NATURES CURE FO- RCONSTIPATIONI t1 lis offvegetablesand Is the best pre IVegebblCS Conslpatlonfflllousness Nervousness and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and i clearithan any iyourdruggistAn Ideal remedy for children as well i atiFor Salt by SHORT ft HAYN CLOVKKPORT KTj l crIc 4 t 4 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY9 1900 i I i i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Jao D sir T Q Erilajt Editor and ProprUVri e CARDS Of TflAKKS tier fire Hats cktrfcd frttka meat 10 ants per flue OD1TD1KIES charged tar at the rate St S anterperuse MOSEY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAYO 1000 LIEUTENANT GIBSON won the Derby In 2001 Florizar and Thrive camo iit second and third SOME of the progressive women of Cloverportaro now turning their attention to physical culture IT takes money to run a city council and with a thonsandjdollor bait in sigh few councilmen could withstand good big nibble THE popularity of Oloverport as a convention city is evidenced by tho two important conventions to be held hero this month the Old Maids and the Milkmaids Mu Joni AKEUS mentioned in the NEWS some tune ago as the grower of tine wheat at Irvington says that ho will be disappointed if ho fails to realize from thirty to forty bushels to the acre Tim first issue of the Breckenridgo County Democrat is on our desk It isa genuine organ full of good things for the politicians for whom it is printed and we congratulate the editor Mr Wor scloy of Fordsville on his now venture WILLIS GUEEV the largo lumber dealer of Falls of Rough lUll been greatly complimented on his hardwood lumber by northern purchasers Ho is doing a mammoth business runningtwo saw mills constantly with a daily capacity of 20000 feet MR JOHN ELLIOTT of Owensboro one of the largest dealers in leaf tobacco in western Kentucky was at Kirk Mon day negotiating for P Sheoran Bros purchase Mr Elliott is of the opinion that thoro will be a very heavy crop planted this year rind in consequence prices will be much lower next year LOUISVILLE HENDERSON lSr Louis railroad stock is on the rise The stock has been in good demand at tSU and 10 bid with thotip out thatit isgood to buy There has also been an increasing do mand for thu Louis which Kato ad vanced on steady buying from 07 toJOJ at UJ s 4 About 20000 wore bought last went the last solo being at 09 IF all mine operators were like Mr JIBlair manager of the Pittsburgh coal company at Bnskott there would IK no miners strikes This largo enter prise has been running right along dur ilug the striking tunas with no troublo whatever Mr Blair is an ofliciunt manager employs no union men and adjusts nIl dilllcultioB with justice to the company and to tho employees He is the right taut in the right place THE marriage of missionaries way one of the Interesting subjects discussed at the ecumenical conforencokin Now York The question whether missionaries should marry before or after they reach their Held of labor was argued pro and con Tune matter was concluded by tho testimony of a missionary from China who said that too climate in his part of China proved so fatal to women that tho majority of missionaries there were now living with their third wives and that ho knew out man who had been in China fortysix yearn rind had buried six wives besides leaving one in a graveyard in America THE Henderson Route is doing itself proud this month in the matter of rates Tho lays when you go to Louis yule on a reduced ticket quito exceed those when you pay full faro This re duction iis u great accommodation to its country folks in giving ns an opportunity to attend tho races tho festival of music and tho reunion of Southern veterans But tho Henderson Route always loon tho right thing It la n road whose official positions are filled by men who understand their business tho wants of their patrons and in a happy combination of tho two contrive to make their road ono of the most deserv eddy popular and host patronized in tho state 8100 Reward 8100 Tho readers of this paper wilt be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dread ed disease that science tins been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh hails Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 terSold by Druggists 75c GARRETT Tho farmers are about through plant ing corn Mrs Buckler went to Garncttsvillo SaturdayMiss Funk was tho guest of Net tie Foushco Sunday Albert Marshal of Irvington was in town ono day last week W T Tindall was tho guest of Rich ard Adams Friday night visitn ing relatives here last Sunday J T Collins and family wore tho guests of J M Tindall and family Sun dayAllen Sanders and Miss Eva Buckler were married last Wednesday Rev J 0 Willit officiated Mrs S P Allen and sister Amanda were tho guests of Mrs J W Tuell and family Wednesday Dick Brown and family J E Cog hill and family and W W Miles and wife wero the guests of Dr Miles fami ly Sunday RAYMOND Success to thtf NEWS I Mr Juno Ater is quite ill Corn planting is almost over Wo had a good rain Sunday Miss Mattie dowel called on Misses Bettio and Mary Mercer Wednesday eveningClifton Mills what is tho matter with you 7 Wo want to hear from you oftener so got a move on yourself Wo are having a splendid Sunday school at this place Mr Ater our su perintendent is very attentive to his work = I The Adkisson brothers are at work at tho church and are getting along splen didly One of these days wo aro going to have a now church Mr and Mrs Charley Avitt enter tallied quito n largo crowd Saturday night Tho Hickerson brothers wore in attendance with their guitars Tho easiest and most effective method of purifying the blood and invigorating the system is to tale DeWIttu Little Early Risers the famous little pills for elfanalog the liver and bowelsA R Fisher JOLLY STATION Judson Owen who has been seriously ill is on the load to recovery Joseph Franks little girl got her leg dis losattd last week by fatting out of alittle wagonMrs Letitia Brlckey Clover creek spent Saturday and Sunday here with her daughter Mrs Rhoda Wright DeWitta Little Early Risers are the finest pills I ever usedD J Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles A R Fisher TLuu ardo Have Kidney Tionbla and Dont Know it now To Vind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your- irtar and lit It stand twentyfour hours a about It sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kidneys If It stains your linen It is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back jis also sonvlnclng proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part ef the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists InSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that more both sent absolutely free by mall address Dr Kilmer tt noun of swampBoot Co Binghamton NY Whea writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper CHURCH NEWS Prayer meetings as usual this week Rev T V Joiner preached at Holt Sunday Tho W 0 T U met at tho Baptist church Monday night Rev T V Joiner will attend tho District Conference at Hawesvillo this week Rev Drlskoll will begin a protracted meeting nt tho Christian church Sun day morning Roy W B Rutledgo preached two interesting sermons at tho Baptist church Sunday Tho Ladles Aid and Missionary So cieties met at tho Methodist church Monday afternoon Rev W B Rntlcdgo will leave today for Hot SpriugsArkto attend tho B Y P Uonthe 11th and tho Southern Baptist Convention which lasts five days beginning on tho 12th =It is just as easy to drift into danger as to drive into it The progress is slower but the end is equally sure It is the gradual progress ot drifting which blind to the danger Men and women drift into illhealth in such a way There is a little feeling of oppression after eating daTitsymptomheadache t to relieve the headache but nothing to relieve the cause So one more victim goes drilling on to the rocks of disease Young women who are teaching or studying are very apt to become victimsI of disease of the stomach They eat in judiciously in some cases and in general the brain is too occupied to allow the stomach the blood necessary to carry- on its functions Hence in time the organs of digestion and nutrition are totally deranged and the young gradu ate goes home a chronic invalid The timely use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will avert such a con dition the faithful use of it in chronic cases will effect a complete cure I was troubled with very frequent headache often accompanied by severe vomiting write Miss Mary Delle Rummerton of San Diego Duvol Co Texas Bowels were irregular and my stomach and liver seemed continually out of order Often J could eal almost nothing and twentyfourhoursand my whole system seemed so run down that nrylDuchdI8COuGolden Medical Discovery and before finishing the third bottle I was able to undertake the dUo ties of public school life end contracted to do to Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the complexion and sweeten the breath BEWLEYVILLE Philip Cain has left our town G L Stith has a blue ribbon fieldDr Walker was home a night last weekSee our Sundayschool Convention program and be sure to como Thos Cain attended tho Republican Convention Irvington Saturday Wo will have Childrens Day when we can Meanwhile we will work and keep cool Mr and Mrs Alonzo Bennett are unsurpassed when it conies to treating their friends well Sunday was quite a rainy day but lire Mell was on timo and preached one of his good sermons Let us all go to Irvington tho night of May Slstto hear Ralph Bingham I will bo a treat not to bo missed GOLDEN Ron Unable To Work Chaa R plogle of Atwater 0 vias unable to work on account of 6idn trouble Alter using Foleya Kidney Cure four days he was cured Moor man Owen DIED AT LOUISVILLE fir Ed Brashear a Prominent Busl ness Man Of Hawesvlllc Died Sunday Night Mr Ed Brashear a prominent man oft HnwHSville dlidol kidney trouble at ttine Kentucky school of medicine Louisville Sunday night May Gib- Mr Brashtar was 8ltyrtevtnyeare oldI und was engaged in the milling business circlesHe was buried at Hawtsville Tuesday May 8th Cured A Running Sore I had a bad running sore on my breast for over a year sage Henry R Uichards of Wlllseyville N Yhand tried a great many remedies but got n relief until I used Banner Halve Afte using one half box 1 was perfect1- cured Y I cannot recommend it too high ly and will never be without it in tai house Moorman Owen Mies Stella Weatherholt who has beet visiting her aunt Mrs Marion Ryan ii- l in CouTsville returned home Tuesday Agents on salary of S1500 per week andexpenses the greatest agent overproduced every ttock and poult ryan raiser buys it on eight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind Virginia McGavoc daughter of Mr and Mrs Leon McKavock lisa been ill1 for several days She is threatened with pneumonia PETEnenuno ILL Oct 13iIa18- OPants SVUP Co Monticello 111 GentlemonOur baby Esther has never tasted a drop of medicine other than Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin for more than a ear She is a lovely child and since I gave her your medicine she has been perfectly healthy although she had not been well and strong until we began using it We know of others who are using it with equally good results Wishing yousuccessGratefully yours Mime OVA TBUCKMBLLBB Sold by Short Haynes On May 14th 15th and for morning trains of lOkh round trip tickets from Oloverport to Louisville good returning May 17thS220 HARDINSBURG Take a lull basket to Kirk Sunday n N Miller is still at Indianapolis Circuit Court begins next Monday John P Haswell Jr is In Connect cutGeorge Baker has been at home for a few days Dr P W Footo of Bewlejville was here last Saturday Ed Guthrie was in Louisville last week to see the Derby Sheriff F P Payne of Oloverport was hero Monday Dr Renfrew dentist will be in Har dinsbnrg all court week The first issue of Hardlnabutga new paper appeared last Friday We pay the highest market price lor- I country produce Eclipse The Hardlneburg choir will be at their mst at Kirk next Sunday For rent My store house on Main streetApply to Mrs Judith Miller Joseph Tieff has put up a new iron fence In front of his residence on Maple streetOne hundred articles valuable to the housekeeper for sale at a dime The EclipseDr A Walker is here ready to do all kinds of dental work Office near jewelry store A number of persons went out Iron here last Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr Alfred Miller We can give you the lowest cash price on base balls and bats of any house in townThe Eclipse Parties desiring anything for their lunch baskets next Sunday can be sup plied at the Eclipse Grocery Intthe singing at Kirk next Sunday in the church dedicatory services Lee Meyer representing Robinson Norton Ir Co was here a few days this week mingling with our merchants The Hook family are preparing for a big reunion down at Anderson Hooks on the Brandenburg road tome time in June The members of the Breckenridgo Normal College took a day off last week and went down to Clover creek on a fishing jaunt The rain last Sunday afternoon inter fered with the Sunday school work at Ephesus but it will bo taken up at an other tlwtIuptto a full house at the city hill and everybody was delighted A X Kinchelpe left last Monday moruiug for Louisville to take a position with Shuttluwoith Co In the Wlole vsale clothing business Quarterly meetiug will be held out at Kirk iitxt Saturday and Sunday The Mew church will also be dedicated in the afternoon by tho Rev John M Crowe 0 D x sync has opened out a new store at Horned Mr Payne was in busi ness there for several years prior to this venture and Is well known to the trading public The Womans Foreign Missionary society give a public meeting at the M E Church South last Sunday night at which a large collection was made for the Twentieth Century fund O AV Moorman Jr Cloveiport was here last week In the interest of a commercial agency of New York City Mr Moorman was taking a census of the business men and tradesmen of this placeModesty is an excellent thing but the merchant who Is too modest to tell pec pie about his store and his wares is too sensitive for this world You must not 0only sell cheap but let the people know doctrineTheYThe editor of the Hancock Clarion has waseHayesvllle a little town up in Meade county we lied in mind when that item was written and how the printers got It mixed up with Uawesville the Lord on ly knows Parties going to Kirk nextSunday are whorcan conveniently do so There will be unusually large crowd of people on the grounds and it Is desired that there be enough provisions for all If every thing favorable there will be a large crowd present Mrs Hutton the well known milliner 1of this city returned from Louisville yesterday where she had been to inspect the summer styles for the ladles in hats largoOand well selected stock in her line and her long experience in this business en ables her to give prices as low as any ono Now that the Twentieth Century Movement is on such a boom why is It that wo cant hear trees the Foreign Mia siouary Societies in the Ellzabethtown District Surely they have held their Exeter meetings Mrs Grinnell announced one for Brandenburg soclty Miss Mclntire Mrs Gardiner of Irving ton Mrs Cain of Bewleyville Mrs Kuruof Webster Mrs D 8 Campbell of Ellzabethtown all of you are request ed Jo report i Mrs J ILL Moorman who has been quite ill for several days is improving rapidly Put on Your Thinking Cap And you will in one moment come to the conclusion that two Stocks ofGoods thrown into one is TOO MUCH The natural result is that something MUST be done QUICKLY to lighten the burden The question then arises WHIGJSHALL BE DONE the answer is gIven iin loud toneOfJTi THE PRICES and this we have done without mercy 1 I 500 Pairs 160 Pairs of Ladies Oxfords that sold from 100 to 160 last season now on sale at 60c I of Ladies Light and Heavy Weight Shoes that were sold from 125 to 8175 last season now on sale at75COV D 1 of Mens Shoes that sold 4UU ra1tSfrom 8125 to 250 last season now on sale at jI 100 J C Mr Judson Owen is quite sick Brother Miller Sunday morn ing and night Miss Amanda Deauo was visiting in Louisville last week Dr Renfrew will be at during court week to practice June Owen camo down from LouisI villo Friday and stayed over till Mon Monna Hunter is spending this week with Miss Naunio Fisher at Rock Elliott Moorman lias received a Scotch Collie pup from his brother at Lexington It is a gift from President Patterson of tho State college Misses May Dempster Mary Moor man Alma Mnttingly Mrs Dick Owen and Mrs W R Moorman were in Louisville shopping two days last week Tho Kenyon college for this year contains tho namo of ono of countys well known teachers Mr J 0 Tucker Mr Tuck er has taught for several years I ho will study medicine after Tortured A Witness Intense was endured by wit ness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before he gave this evidence I coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw then tried Dr Kings New Discovery which gave instant relief I have used It In my family for four years and recommend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Chest and Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but abso lutely cures Price 50o and 100 Every bottle Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store AN OLD Mr Alfred Miller Dies of Paralysis at The Age of 69 Mr Alfred Miller who suffered a stroke of on Tuesday morning of last week andof which an account ap poured in the NEWS died at his homo near night Ho was CO years old Mr Miller had all of his lifo engaged in tho pursuits of a farmer and was successful Ho was a native of this county In politics ho was a staunch Democrat but never took an active part in political matters Mr Miller was an influential citizen loved and honored by all who know him A wife und three children survive him Mr Miller was a member of tho Bap tilt church and a Chris tiara His interment took place Sunday afternoon at tho country graveyard A largo concourso of friends wore mat tendance to pay their last respects to their departed Is The Cream Of Time Now Is your There is no time when the system is so much in need of a good medicine like Hoods and no time when it is so to the benefits to be derived from such a medicine By purifying enriching and the blood and toning up the system Hoods starts you right for a whole year of health 100 Mens Straw and Crush hate from last season 25c SpecialAttend the by the Old Convention at Vest Hall Wednes day May 10 1900 and help a good cause From 10 to 15 styles of Ladies Dress Goods that were sold at this place at from sec to 350 per yard now on sale at roc- About 250 Remnants of different lengths on our Bar gain Counter at less than a song 2c Q 3c Per yard for a large assortment ol DargalnCounterment which is complete in every line and the prices right Telephone us your valued 4Jr ernec1allIr Ehnis with will a be at orderstt Come an and let us A IATZ Proprietor H CERF Manager THE FAIRCLOVERPORTS ONE PRICE STORE GLENDEANE preached Hardinsburg dentistry dayMiss ValeMaster announcement Breckonridgo successfully understand graduation suffering Consumption guaranteed CITIZENPASSESAWAY paralysis Hardinsburg Saturday exceedingly conscientious friend- Opportunity opportunity Sarsaparilla susceptible vitalizing Sarsaparilla entertainment investigate a A SpecialrInvitation To Buyers of f j fr j SHOES HHHH- We are making for the next 30 days We know that our values in Mens H H Womens f iI and Misses SHOES are exceptional We have a large stock for Summer wear and want you to see them We can give you a good Shoe at any price Ranging from 100 to 300 The old storekeepers who continue to make 33 13 per cent profit in shoes will have to get out of the way We shoot straight at the mark and you get the bargains hit or miss J A New Line- DRESS of a GOODS AND NOTIONS J Will arrive and be opened today THE ECLIPSEHARDINSBURG KY I i HOOK REUNION I All The Hook Relatives To fleet At A Basket Picnic In June Clint P Hook of Hardlntburg is in receipt of a letter from W H Hook a former resident of Breckenrldee county but now of Paducah McOracken county stating that he will vielt his old home In June and is desirous of meeting all his relatives and friends at a reunion basket dinner near the old Hook place on the Brandenburg road about three miles from Hardlnaburg The date of this meeting and more particulars will be given later Out worms are slaying the corn in the Kirk neighborhood i IBREAKS THE RECORD J i LrrRecordedj f i The month of April just edwHprobably the greatest In the history of the county in the number deeds ad witted to record The number was IDS q J I A Put Bicycle Rlier orW111OI1enreeelVePAllIlutcUtolBP1iral h 7theCures Chafing Chapped Hand Jw Iti s Lips Barge Ulcers asdFlleL Ow lullbrShort fa r r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 5 Perfect Health leep the system in perfect or der by the occasional Use of Tiitts Liver Pills They reg ulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body For sick headache malaria bit iousness constipation and kin did diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PILLSy BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 0 1000 M 1H 4 tt IIThei News in Brief I i 4444 4444 44444 4444 11- Mrs Ella LaNeaye Is in Louisville W J Deane Glendeane was here SundayGeo Qotzendanner went to Louisville ThursdayFred r and Roy Heyser went to 1 the Derby Mrs Barnes of this county was here WednesdayMrs Jackson has returned from Rock Vale Mrs Dr R L Newson was In Louis ville Friday Paper is being utllzed In the manu facture of teeth Coxa Is selling at 42 cents per bushel In this market Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell went to Louisville Thursday W G Laird spent Sunday with his family in Louisville Mrs John Allen Murray and children went to Louisville Thursday Miss Geneva Sandusky of Central city has been visiting in Owenaboro Mr O W Moorman of Glendeane spent Saturday and Sunday here Dr J T Owen went to Hawesvillo Thursday for a professional call Y John Piland and S A Epperson of Louisville were in the city last week 1 1Mrs R N Hudson and Miss Nellie Gregory were In Louisville Thursday Miss Anna Hennen has returned from New York toiler home at Haweaville 11500 was recently the price paid for a seat in the New York Stock Exchange Charles Hook and Hilary Mattingly of Hardinebuie were in the city Sun 3 day Mr and Mrs 0 J F dla of Addison were in the city Saturday purchasing goods Mrs Zack Hardin of Holt and Miss Lucy McGavock were In town Saturday a popping Mr Edward Oglesby shipped last week four fine Holstein cows to cannelton butchers Miss Bell Ryan left Wednesday for Louisville which place will be her future home Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Bowmer were in Louisville Thursday and Friday George Baker of Owensboro left Fri- dayk for Tacoma Weak where he will make his home James Mattingly machinist at the shops has accepted a similar position at Rhrevespor La t Mr Thos Young of Morganfleld was the guest of his daughter Mis 0 B Bkillman last week Census enumerators of white schools all over the state are showing a decide- gain over last year Mrs J G Stephens who has been vis Ulng her sister Mrs W E Minor at Holt i has returned tc Louisville Harry Moorman of Owensboro is 1in 5je city to see his mother Mrs J H L Moorman who is seriously ill Dr J H Heavrln of Hawesvllle hasI been elected chairman of the Repub lican county committee of that county Miss Mary Sheldon an attractiveI young lady of Cannelton was the guest of Miss Ladoeca May Saturday and sun day MM Frank Hall and ron Franklin left Saturday for Webster and Lodiburg She will be absent a week visiting rela r tives and friends Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Is guaranteed to cure Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble tik Short Hayncs sS Slack Perkins wholesale liquor firm r of Owensboro led a petition In bank t rnptcy last Wednesday Their flees will roach 71000 In packing your valise for a trip do sot fail to put in a bottle of Dr Bells1 AntiPain A change of climate diet or K water often deranges the stomach or bowels which ta instantlyrellevou b ig this wonderful Paln killer l When the liver falls to secrete bile I frblood baebmes loaded with bllloua fprepeiUe the digeetion becomes d1m- Lpatred and tip b01fe8con i iHERBlKE has a dlrec action on theI lt liver and excretory organs and a few douse will ctue any ewe of biliousness Price 60 cents Pattern hate at Miss Judith Millers Trimmed hats at Miss Judith Millers Pure cream cheese at the City Bakery Order your fish from the City Bakery Freeh vegetables at the City BakeryII If in the market the City Bkery has lLII Dan S Duncan spent Sunday at Glen deane New line of Millinery at Miss Judith MillersWalker Board of Holt was In town MondayMiss Judith Miller the fashionable Milliner John Burke was here Monday and TuesdayPure sweet cider sold at the City BakeryStaple and fancy groceries at the City BakeryHomestead fertllzer and brickGre gory Co Mrs F 0 Ferry who has been sick has recovered Amos Board of Hardlnsbnrg was in town Monday George Jolly of Hardinsbnrg was in the city Monday Full line of ready to wear hats at Miss Judith Millers Cnacadens cream the best made at the City Bakery Every advertiser gets preferred posi tion in the NEW- SHomestead fertillzsr and brlckGreI gory CoIWhatever you want the NKWS willI help you realize ftIMrs J D Gregory is visiting relatives in Evanavllle Ind- Commissioner Brown of Hardinsburg was in the city yesterday Calling hats church and reception hats at Miss Judith MIllersIMiss Eva Henley of Hardinsburg was a visitor to the city Monday Flowers ribbons chiffons and stylishI neck wear at Miss Judith Millers All orders by Phone to the OitVI Bakery shall have prompt attentionII Miss Besslo Harris of Tar Fork was the guest of Miss Mary Farber Frla1ayI Gabe Taul of this county was meeting and greeting old friends here Monday For late styles and reasonable prices in millinery call on Miss Judith Miller Sailors walking hats and all the latest styles in street hats at Miss Judith Mill ersMrs Coleman Haswell of Hardlns burg visited Mrs Frank Haswell last week Mlsa Mary Farber who has been vis iting friends at Tar Fork has returned homeYou are not throwing your dollar away when the NEWS is subscribed for one year Be sure to see the Old Maids Conven tion to night at Bowmers Hall Popu larpricesYIilfTom Ireland of Skillman arrived Monday to visit her daughter Mrs Leon McGavockMrs Heron left Monday to at tend the funeral of her brother at Phila delphia Pa Mr Fred Walters has bought a fine 100 horse from Mr Ballman of Han cock county vLms Icvs only sfi wrlv ilvyl 11 t Yon need noflose flesh in summer J if you use the proper means thinkds q you cant take SCOTTS F EMULSION in hot weather I but you can take it and diII 9 gest it as well in summer as in winter It is not like they plain cadliver oil which Is J- I 2 difficult to take at any time S If you are losing flesh you are losing ground and f you neediScotts Emulsion i and must have it to keep up I your flesh and strength if you have been taking it and 6JL prospering on it donTi fail to ft continue until you are thor oughly strong and well sot and floo alt dru glu 6 fSCOTT DOWNS ChcmUu New York II II serevrrs + ti s uwtvrro ckw acu odf pure fresh candy go straightway to tho City Bakery Baxter White and Miss Nanny White of Fordsvllle were married at Owens boro Monday lmyof straw trimmings and chiffons In all the latest shades Mr Williams of the Swift Packing Co Louisville was at Holt Sunday the guest I BerkedAt Miss Judith Millers eetabluhment can be found the most desirable millet ery goods In the county James Younger went to Haweaville e CATARRH OF THE STOMACH Rabbi David Klein K 3 E Main utroot Columbus 0 writes tho following to Dr Hartman In regard to Poruno It affords mo groat pleasure to testify to tho curative morlU of your medicine Pornnn la a wolltrlod and widely nsod remedy Especially WI a npoolfio for catarrh ot the stomach It cannot bo excelled Poruna will do all that la Claimed for It Rabbi Oarid Klein People afflicted with catarrh of the ktomach oomplln lassltudo aUUrod out fsollngB their blood booomoa thin nervous system doraagod food lOOms to do them no good continuous and In croailntc woaknoM The nnfortunata yesterday to attend the funeral of his uncle Mr Edward Brashear Miss Alliene Murray and Jno A liar neon spent Sunda at Falls of Rough the guests of Miss Jennie Green Mr John Harrison and Miss Alliene Murray spent Sunday at tho pretty home of Miss Jennie Green Falls of Rough Miss Judith Miller is constantly replenishing her stock ol trim mings and other fashionable millinery goods Mrs Eliza Burke spent Tuesday here the guest of Mrs John Burke on her way from Owensboro to lief home at Addison The Old Maids Convention for the benefit of the Baptist church will be held in Bowmwra Hall tonight Popu lar pricey Mrs William Mullen and daughter MlfS Stella who visited relatives and friends at Fordsvllle last week have re turned home Mimes Eunice and Edith Wheeler of Rome Ind were visitors at the home of the Mffiaes Jane and Annie Hambleton Saturday and Sunday Miss Ora Alexander who has been studying and teaching in Cincinnati this winter has returned home and is the guest of Miss Llnnie Delluy The NEWS one year and Farm Journal nearly five years for one dollarTake advantage of this excellent offer and get in the swim before its too late Just compare the News with tho other papers you take ana youll instantly be come convinced which one in return gives you valuo for every ceot con tribnted Sound advice to those who have kid ney and bladder troubles is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleys Kidney Cure It always benefits the Kidneys Moorman Owen- Hawesvllle is on the verge of losing her electric light plant A few of her leading business men are installing the gasoline light claiming ILls not so ex pensiveWalkers Tonic aids nature in the re lief and cure of all diseases arising from disorders of the Brain Heart and Nerve It is a Brain food Heart tonic and Nerve nourishmentMr Mrs C M McGlothlan Misses Minnie Hoyle and Sue Brastiear of Union Star were passengers on yesterdays east bound train for Hawesvllle They went to attend the funeral of Mr Edward Braabeir a citizen of tbat place whose death occurred in Louisvillet Sunday night PlIes are not only most painful bu also very dangerous as the inflamed no dules are very apt to take on malignant action and cancer of the rectum lis pro duced They should be cured TAB LERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMEN- will cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents In bottles Tubes 75 cents Dr S B Adkissoj went Evansville Ind Sunday by way of boat The Doctor has been contemplating a trip by knowfif the scenery and manner of conducting the culinary department was still being carried on as before the construction off the Henderson route BABYS BIRTH liniment of all all sent by Bradfield Ga It victim why lie should be t why his food gives DO I strength why his should be so thinIMr Alex Carter of Van Duron Carter Co Mo sayer I had been troubled with dyspepsia and indigestion since 1870 Tho boat physicians In the country do no good i I visited the Mullnnphy hoe pital In Bt Louis and received no benefit Tho at tending physl clan told mo I had narrowing of tho outlet of tho stomach and tho only remedy was value to women A booklet giving details will be free Regulator Company Atlanta wonders so weak him blood could to Savo It cutout which I refused to have done I then visited West Badon Ind Los Vegas Hot Springs Now Mexico Sweet Springs Mo and Monltou Col I also took a great many different kinds atImedicine recommended for dyspepsia but found no relief Lost February I rood a testimonial for Poruna in the Central Baptist that suited my case and I determined at onoo to try 1U I have takon two bottles of Pornna and tutu of Man arlln and I feel like a now man Nono of my friends believed Iwould got well I would not take any money far the good your remedies havo done me In catarrh of tho stomach M well aa in catarrh of any other part of the body Peruna is tho remedy As it has often boon sold 11 Pernna will ours catarrh of one part U will cure catarrh of any ohor part of tho body Summer Catarrh tent free by Ps run Drue iff tc Co Columbus O BIG SPRING H Meyer wan in Louisville last week Mr John Hicks has returned from school at Bowling Green Sidney Smith of Chicago is here tho guest of Mrs Ben Clatkson and family Misses Neal and Hart of Tip Top have been the guests of Mr James Harned Mr Charles Moorman was homo from Ellzabothtown for a couple of days last week N Mr and Mire Dock Springnte have been the guests of C 0 Martin and familyMr Chambers of Louisville was hero last week for a day the guest of Miss Lili Clarkson Dr Pirtle of Howes Valley washers in consultation with DrHtroUier to sue Mr Jack Marlin Miss Fronlu Olarkaoii a pleasant vie itor of Miss Lill Clarkeon returned to her home at Eiizabethtown last Mon dayDr Strother will attend the state medical society at Georgetown begin ning May the Oth and lasting through 12thMessrs Lewis Klncheloe and Ray mond Meador were hero the guests of Miss Mary McMeador during tho Bap AssociationMiss Htrother has returned homo after an absence of several weeks visiting friends and relatives in Louis ville and Valley Station Mr Jack Martin who moved here re cently from Vertrees and was expecting to refit the mill with rollers died after a few days illness April 20 Mr and Mrs John Gross of Howes Valley and Mr and Mrs Fuller Gross of Vurtrees were here shopping last week and were the guests of II Meyer The ministers meeting at the Baptist church closed Sunday There were large present and several Baptists from a distance were in atten dance Mrs Milward and her niece Miss Gass of Louisville were here last week visit ing Miss Harry Milward Miss Gass was quite a charming visitor and mado many friends here A Keen Clear Brain Your best feelings your social position or business success depend fargely on the perfect action of your Stomach andI Liver Dr Kings New Life Pills giveI increased strength a keen clear brain high ambition A 25 cent box will make 6tShort Haynes druggists Fashionable Cloths On ExhlblttionnI TAtThe Fair Mr Ehnls an expert cutter representing the fashionable tailoring firm of A E Anderson Coof Chicago withI Ia pretty and most artistic line of goodsI will be In town Friday May 11th He will exhibit the goods at tho Fair where he will be prepared tto take your mess urement IJ N Paxton of Patcsville was in town Sunday enronto to Henderson la looked forward to with expectations of and gladness The ordeal of bringing the little one into the world however is a critical one for the mothertobe and her anticipations of the coming event are shadowed with gloom blrthII priceless perbottle congregations MOTHERS FRIEND I WANTSII yprta sly 7rW drertisementi inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALE RESIDENCE houseForl toJOHN1IIASWRIty LEGAL BUNKS JlOU SALK Hlnnk Deeds and Mnrtgasee sod All Forms of Lernl Blanks UKKCKKN 1UDOE NKWS OFFICE TJlTIO StrattonjItECKRY1troGFOR 8ALBFARH OR SAtFlann IltS acres to nreekenrldge county Kentucky on lUrdlniDarc read one half mile south of Irvington parcel old Washing ton place Most ot this land it In grass and has an orchard ol 700 Irult trees mostly Nice twostory dwelling 7 rooms Dod cellar tenaot house stable and all necessary ou buildiopi Platy of water Peaces In good condition Will sell for onethlrd cath balance In one and two or exchange for Improved property In city of Louisville Adatu MRS MARY E TVIKR giSjth street LoulstHIe Ky cr ft T COL bTON iVJeflnun street Louisville Ky Administrators Notice to the estate of Rubin G JLafrketdeceased will call at my otficein Union Star Ky and settle at once and save cost All parties having claim igilntt the estate will present the tame proven according to law C M McfiLOTHLAN Admr Rubin O Ricketts Union Star Ky Commissioners Notice Hreckenridge Circuit CourtI 11 n Gardens Heirs Plfls vs Jette Carden c Dclts Notice in Equity All persons having claims against the estate ot 11 Garden decencd are notified to present same properly proven to the undersigned Comr of the Ureckenridge Circuit Court at his office In the town of Ilardinsburg Ky on or before the 1411 day of May 1900 Given under my hand this April if 1000 GUS BROWN CU CC Notice filedlstatrmentotthe Clerk of the fliccktntldge County Court con precinctaSih day ol April 190 under the proposition whether or not spirituuii vinous or malt liqunri should be sold bartered or loaned therein i that aald iroundl orcontut wre filed on the 7th day of May igoo and will be heard belore the con I test booN Uredenrltl County at such time at the law dliecls 1 JoinerILWilliam It Ho bry 11 W Noel lIferWilliamJ T Conner Notice rilhe undersigned give notice that they have filed J statement of urounih ofcoitit In the once of the Clem of the IlreckenriJge County Court con prOdnctUreckenridge County on the seth day 01 April 900 upon the proposition whether or not spirit uous vlnuont or malt liquors lhalllie sold leaned or bartered therein t that slid grounds of contest were filed on the 716 day of Mayljoo and will be ltreckenrldgeCounty F Jlt Martin J A Ron II Ion Morton J E Morton II T Uaffertv W II lIowmer JohnS Morton George Carlile Lewis WiiKgonrr J II Morton I u NEWSOMS COLUMN Do you want to l buy a house Call on R L Newsom- Do you want to rent a house or farm Call on R L Newsom Do you want legal documents drawn up such as deedsmort gages 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 Call on R L Newsom- Do you want to know if Cloverport is on a fresh boom Call on R L Newsom Do you want something for noth ing yCall onU Somebody Else In short any one vis iting Cloverport with a view of buying property or locating will be driven around and shown the place and its advan tages and with his forty years experience he can point you out any defects of title Money saved is money made Call on RL Newsom Commercial Traveler John Heston of this place has Joined the great army of commercial travelers and will begin his work this week He will represent Grinsley Tinsley a gro cery firm of Louisville 1 BW1II Sty1ishtI Footwear I FOR i I Spring Wear si IIIIWe are the acknowledged leaders 1 1 in Footwear+ in this city I is now at hand when the iwalking will admit of Shoes Light 1 Delicate and Beautiful and our new j 5 I stock of Womens Boots will just set g I off the newSpring Gowns I Our Styles 1 P Are exclusive because they are made ritoour order g- gi Our goods are direct from the man 15 4 ufacturers therefore we can and do g sell lower than our competitors for im we save y SULZER-SV ou the middlemans profit t i 5RING 2Cr- Itlfi l m 111m1mn1 w ttti lclt mli1 t ul tuuliti truiti Ih t- iw8AI lil a 1 T Is Your Main Object In Buying GOODS t 0 Dont You Want Your Hard Earned 1 Dollar to go as Far as it Can i Your Object Is to get the Best atthe Least Price This Fact Has Been Settled and Many are Profiting by the Investment Dont put the matter off but get in the push and be with the successful Stock peas We carry the largest line in this section Buggies Buggies BuggiesI I I Of all kinds A Beautiful Selection of Baby Buggies Summer is fast approaching and of course your wife will want a Refrigerator to keep the milk meats etc We have i tho exact thingat a very low price SEWING MACHINES TheBiggeet lino in this Section at a remarkably low figure Does your house needjpaintingj If it does we are the people you want to talk to Our price and material surpass all others BUGGIES AND HARNESSWe are agents for the celebrated Ames Buggy Manufactured at Owensboro With every vehicle goes a written guarantee ad to the materinl and durability McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT 4 IRVINGTON KENTUCKY a VORMSl For 20 i p Prepared br tOtO tOt Lyons Laxative Syrup ubsolutelybannlcss the kidneys liver and bowels i cures con stipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An Ideal remedy for child ren as well as adults Bargain Sale For Saturdays bargain eels we will make the following prices In our dry goods department Ladlpa Vest Gc ladles hose 80 Jmukorchlefe 60 heat towel on the market lOc i box of soap lOci ladles fancy collars new stock lOci thimbles Gcj paper of pins 2cj roll of tape 2c hair plus 2c one cake of castile soap 2cLadiea belts lOo rThe Eclipse dm 0 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCElIotlnQuftaUtr i It is a rule of the White House that no bird shall be allowed to warble or oven live within its walls The wife of President Hayes made tbls rulo years ego and it baa been observed as a sacred precedent When Mrs Cleveland first went to tho White House to live after her marriage sho had n pet canary But the rule against birds was explained to her and ahe gave the bird away Great opportunity offcied to good relit abe men Salary of15 per week and ex pauses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer In the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 5 i 1rxd k 2re 1rtyea ta o THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 ms lke l Iat t I It t It t I r 1 f y- rf I YfIr c tt r I I i I i I I I 1 liplip- I t I f Irt BRECKENRIDGE NEW- SSOUTHI3RN PROGRESS Northern Capitalists Are Seek 1 Ing Investments in The South GOOD SCHOOL AT- ABBEVILLEMISS ABBEVILLE Miss May 5 1900 MB Join D BABIUQB DEAR SIB Before leaving Kentucky a few of my friends asked me to write to the NEws occasion ally but I have been very busy and have neglected to do so The NEWS is a welcome visitor at our home here- I am still principal of the Normal School at this place We leach ten months This is my seventh session here We have enrolled 103 students during the present session and about 30 of these are boarders from other counties The tuition rates are 2 and 3 per month I can easily make three times the salary hero that I did in liar dinabnrg This is a cotton country The far mers are about through planting cotton Some of it has already been sold to be delivered nut fall at lie per pound The nceroea work the cotton almost en tirely but the white man is there when Belling time cornea by a large majority Capitalists are looking south for fields of investment and many towns are granting liberal concessions to compan fee who want to build factories I think in a few years the greater part of the cotton crop will be manufactured in the southern states What the south needs or think they need is Expansion Capi tal The Nicaraguan Canal and Ten Cent CottonAs do not mob to encroach too much on your valuable space I will close by saying to my old friends and relatives in Breckerridge county that I have not for gotten them nor have I ceased to be In terested in their welfare I expect to spend a part of this sum mer in the University of Chicago While there or at some other time in the future I will contribute a few more random thoughts to the columns of the NEWS RespectfullyK I consider it not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure Heeled in my case by the tlmelv use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 was taken badly with flux and procured a bottle of this remedy A few doses of it effected a permanent cure I take pleasure In recommending it to ot hers suf fering from that dreadful dlse3StIJ W Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy is sold by A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Stephensport LOUISVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL Three Evening Concerts and Two Matinees The Festival Association has arrang ed to make this the third annual music festival at Louisville the mo t succeesful yet given No expense has been spared and with Mesdames Sembrlch and Nor dca and Mies Leonora Jackson the cele brated violinist on the program the success ot the occasion is assured The musical club chorus of 250 voices will at BO be a great feature of the festival- A onefare rate has been secured on all the railroads and a number of outof town people are expected to attend the three evening concerts May 14 15 and 10 and the matinees Tuesday and Wednesday An Epidemic For Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my cbildrencontracted the disease having severe coughing spells We had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete cure John E Clif ford Proprietor Norwood House Nor wood N Y This remedy is for sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport TWO ACCIDENTS One Man Loses A Hand And An other Hurts His Leg BATTLETOWN KY Specla1JJIr Jeremiah Pike a sawyear who lives about two anda half miles from herefell against a saw last week and got his hand cut off The saw entered between the thumb and forefinger and came out near the elbow making a very serious wound Another unfortunate accident last week was that of Mr Ed Greer who hurt his leg while loading ties at Stiffs Landing The muscles were almost sev ered from the bone l REUNION OF PUPILS Moro Than Three Hundred Former Pupils of Science Hill Will Meet At Shelbyvllte In June SholbV1villeLouisville Times Old Science Hill Academy will celebrate Its seventy fifth ant Ivereaiy and Mrs Poynter widow of the scholarly divine Dr Poyntur has determined to make the occasion a mem orable one in the annals of Shelbyville She has written to all former pupils in the south and wlfltlnviting them to be guests at the school during the week and already over three hundred re sponse have been received and mure a coming Many of the children who at tend the academy are grandchildren of former pupils The place is filled with memories of other years and this reun ion of pupils from all ovr the country will be a joyous affair There is nothing more delightful aster all than having old schoolmates and teachers meet at least once a year under the roof of the old schoolhouse 1000000 DEATHS From Cholera During the Past Year The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurking EverywhereI Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry business on ac count of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be bo successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chick ens In the last stage of cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent dlarrhoeadrop ping of the wit ga stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera 1is a germ dlsose and being infectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the fore lock i dont stop to experiment with un reliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary meas ures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but Vile remedy cures it every time It Is also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breath lug swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars Is offered for a iy case the Mixture will not cure If some of your fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from patching it Try It It is cheap rella ble and effective scientific preparation goes mere than three times as far as any other remedy 5 docs more good than all of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poul try in all parts of the world The manu facturers guarantee every package or re fund purchase money If your druggist doesnt sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case send 100 for sample box to American MIR Co Terre Haute Ind- BATTLETOWN Mrs Jane Bennett Is seriously ill this weekMr Till Bennett was on the sick list a few days last week D 0 Thompson went to Brandenburg on business last Friday W R Kendall went to New Amster dam Ind on business Friday Rev Cowley filled his regular appoint ment at the Baptist church Sunday Farmers have had line weather for corn planting which is nearly completed Mrs Isslo Kendall whose illness I have previously mentioned is no better Gus Miller of Louisville who has spent two weeks at this place left Tues day for Tell City Ind Mr Chas C Bennett a popular young man of Cedar Flat gave us a dollar for the NEWS and Farm Journal Henry Greer has heard what a good paper the News IIs and has given us a quarter for a three months trial The tie buyers doing business In this section became very much disgusted last Friday on finding two tie makers fast asleep under a large tree about 4 oclock They said they laid down at noon to teat a while Come boys tie business is on too big a boom for sleepers HABDINBBOBO KY April 30 1900 You are hereby requested to meet at your respective voting precincts on Sat urday May 12 1000 at 2 oclock p m and select one precinct committeeman to serve on the County Committee for the next four year also on Monday May 14 1000 at 2 oclock p m meet at the CourtHouse in Hardinsbnrg in mass convention and select delegates to our District and State conventions which meeton the 16th and 17th of May 1000 respectively The precinct committee men selected at Saturdays meetings are requested to meet us at the CourtHouse Monday May 14 th 1000 at 1 p m for the purpose of reorganizing the County Committee AIXKK B KIHCBBLOB Ohrmo OLIn P HooK8eey 1 IICleanliness Is Next to Godliness If you would be really clean begin with your blood A mottled skin cannot he washed away eruptions will continue unless the blood is pure Hoods SArsApAfSlA devises the blood by disinte- grAting And dissolving the bad germs Hoods is the royal road to reAl deem tiness both Inward And outward Impure BloodMy fan WOUld be covered with sew from impure blood bat ever since Ihive taken Hoods SATS A parA my blood seems to be perfectly pore And IAm strong And bi good health If J HAHttenn 760 GrAnd Street Brook lyn N Y Get only Hoods because odjSllJaMllq Rood u rill Care liver llli I the non Irntatlna and onlr rithirtlc to take with hood irsapfflhia PELLVILLE Ed Hunter who has been ill so long is gradually growing worse Dell Hunter and his sister Miss Mabel of Pleasant Ridge visited here last week The trustees will give an Ice cream supper here in the near future for the purpose of furnishing the school room with proper furniture H D Brown who owns the beautiful fish pond here says he believes the musk tats have exterminated most all of his largest fish ProfV M Moseley who has had charge of the Curdaville school the last two years has accepted the position as principal of Pellville echool Miss Ida Earley who has been visit Ing the last month in Henry county returned home Thursday accompanied by one of her aunts who will be here a monthM ley began traveling again last week far a Nursery company He says the farmers are becoming interested in fruit and he predicts a large sale for fall deliverySolomon Obinchain age 70 who has made such nice crops of tobacco the last five years says he is getting too old for the business and will rent his flue tobacco land to lion Moseley Miss Jennie Patterson gave her pupils an outing on Blackford Creek Wednes day They had a picnic and caught some fish Miss Jennie knows bow to treat the little ones and exactlyI deared herself to all here both old and young It would bo so much bettor for society generally if all the young ladles bad the spirit and push she has Your correspondent had the good luck to be at Alfred Wrights at Lyonla about noon last Wednesday To say that we were royally entertained would be putting it mildly Mr Wright and his good wile seem to be Retting rich fast He has a fine farm which is well cared for While his farm Is not level he has on it 30 acres of the finest wheat we have seen in all our riding over this county and Daviess To carefully ex amine his place one will soon bo con vinced that a man can live and live well have a nice farm nice crops fine stock and plenty to eat and wear without living in the river bottom- RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured by B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is the deep seated obstinate cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out and drives from the bones joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B Is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 Bs Large bottles SI six bottles lull treatment 5 at drug stores B B B is an honest remedy that makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else falls We have absolute confidence in Botanic Blood Balm i hence sO you may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NEWS readers Personal medical advice free Address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell St FIRST CLASS STYLE Qrayson Springs With H W Hern- don As Proprietor Will Be Well Patronized We are glad to note that our old friend H W Herndon who will have charge of Grayson Springs this season has moved his family to that place Knowing from personal experience that Mr Hern- don Is a capable man In this line and will run a first class hotel we feel warranted In saying that he will have a full house all the season and the guests will have a pleasant outing IN THE STATE The Races At Louisville Were Well Attended Joeeph Morey assistant cashier ot Belknap Co Louisville commItted suicide at his home last week He was more than three thousand dollars short in his Recounts At a meeting of the church extension board at Louisville last week ten of the twelve bishops of the church were pre sent Fifteen cases of small pox are reported- In Bullitt coubty This disease is also spreading in Hardin county One man was fatally burned and three others seriously injured in a dust ex plosion in a department of the cellulosA plant at Owensboro last week Mr W F McGill aged ninety years one of the most widely known and pop ular men of his county died at Dude town last week The annual decoration of the confed erate graves in the Louisville cemeteries will take place on Juno 3rd the last day of the reunion The Marsden Company of Owensboro has received an order for 100000 pounds of cellulose to be used In packing the hull of Admiral Deweya former ship the Olympia Glasgow had c 150000 fire last week The insurance was between 00000 and S 100000 Rev Abraham Hacett an aged Baptist minister Henderson county died at Zion last week He was credited with saying the shortest marriage ceremony on record I pronounce you man and wife Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom beard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostra tion Heart failure etc They used Au gust Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimu late the nervous and organic action of the system nnd that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with = headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in llquldform to make you satisfied there Is nothing serious the matter with you For halo byA B FISHER SHILOH Health in this community is good We had a nice rain in this section SundaySunday school was organized at this place last Iunday Mies Helen Tate entered the B N college April 16th Mr L T Roberts of Roberlsboltom is in very bad health We are sorry to hear of Mrs M D PnmphreyB ill health It Is decided that we are to have a tel ephone line through this section Brother Sneed hs changed his appointment at this place preaching Satur day and Saturday night before the second Sunday Success to the NEWS It is a pleasant visitor to many homes When we read the Breckenridge N ws we hear from many dear friends some of whom wo were associated with in childhood days EKRON Mrs 0 0 Stith returned from Louis ville Saturday Miss Settle Richardson is visiting Miss Mattie Hamilton of Milan JIB Wimp after spending a few days in the city has returned home Micsea Mattie and Mary Haynes of Milan were here shopping Tuesday Max Willet and wife spent Sunday with their uncle Dick Willet near Hill GroveMiss Jennie Lee Woolfolk who has been very sick is reported some better Miss Maud Wright Is at home again after a pleasant visit with relatives at Howard Station Harry Smith returned home from Lex ington this week He has been attend ing school there- Preaching services are held here every everySundayW W Hardln that hustling Umber man was in town on business and re mained a few days with us Mr and Mrs SamBegs of Irvington recently visited Mrs Keys parents Mr and Mrs Qua Bnnger Ekron ia a hurtling little place Saturday was quite a gala day with a crowd coming and going all day Store keepers and milliners were kept buy from morning till night We only have four stores and two milliners here understand what torture Is SALESWOMEN on their feet whether well or ill Compelled to be agreeable to customers while dragged down with some feminine weakness Backaches and headaches count for little They must keep going or lose their place To those Mrs Plnkhama help is offered A letter to her at Lynn Mass will bring her advice free of all charge Miss NANCIE SHOBK Florence Cot writes a letter to Mrs Pink ham from which we quote I had been in poor health for some time my troubles having been brought on by standing so my physician said cans ing serious womb trouble I had to givo up my work I was I just a bundle of nerves and would have fainting spells at monthly periods I doctored and took various medicines but move thanks medicine all i i I Consult ii- iIJAi Printer i Who is willing capable t i fiiyour printing best suited to your particular needs I tf fa- Y i Y i i Inartistic i Printers I iiWho please turn make out you little or poorII i low price and say nothing iabout quality are manyii e ai3f ii- iA ii- f i f rtlstlcii iiWho exercise type good and taste new use i i thisidoII i to Breckenridge do Job yours Printing Newslikeii iiREDUCED RATES FOR MAY For trains leaving Oloverport 510 am and 018 a m of May 3rd 10th and 19th round trip tickets will be sold Olo verport to Louisville good returning two days after date sale for 2 20 On may 14th and 15th and for morn ing trains of trip tickets will bo sold from Oloverport to Louisville good returning May 17th for 220 Round tickets from Oloverport to Louisville will also be May 3rd 10th Inclusive good returning May 21st for 296Heap It In Your And when the bowels fail to act properly a dose of LYONS LAXATIVE BYRTO It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear harpyall WOMEN WHO EARN THEIR LIVING got norelief and when I wrote to you I could not walk more than four blocks at a time I followed your advice taking Lydia E Pinkhams Blood Purifier In connection with the Vegetable Com pound and began to gain In strength from the first I am getting to be a stranger to pain I owe it all to your medicine There It none equal to it for lhave tried many others be fore using yours Words cannot be said too strong in praise of it Miss POLLY FRAME Meado Kan writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I feel it my duty to write you in regard to what your medicine has done for me I cannot praise it enough Since my girlhood 3 I bad been troubled with ir regular and painful periods and for nearly fivo years had suffered with falling of the womb and whites Also had ovarian trouble the left ovary being so swollen and sore that I could not without pain Now to your wonderful that tired feeling is gone and I am healthy and strong J and ii medium but i from of 16th round trip sold to Home take and LOUISVILLE Market Reports BUTTER 17ElginEGGS Fre h to POULTUY 2STurkevs 7DucklFIELD SEEDS ItsCloverasCrimsonRed Top per bus el tlOrchard Gars per bnsnet 1100195- lllucgrtir fancy rper bushel 110 HAY GRAIN FEED HAY 135001400TimothyGojd Bright Straw 5503600 CORN uKNo431fNa3OATS No s Whit 1s No3 Mixed Oau i6tf WHEAT 73No73No3RYE No iWeitsrn i 60 daS POTATOES per barrel 01 2JSweet per barrel 3 oo ONIONS Pet barrel I to BACON 8tfClesrnbsldesClear sides 8 Sugar cured hams la Lardlntlfrces 7jf39Jf MISCELLANEOUS SoN30Lime75CemeDtFURS Black skunk No I laud IfIii oo Short stripe stunk sof 7o 3JWhtutkunk15Raccoont Mink No i 1argecased7e t oo- GreyfoxNoirargecaeed O oo Ited lox No1large cased 1pria co Muskrat No i large cated b3 to 15Wild30OtterBeaver Not large cased 4 ooda 00 WOOL RIDES FEATHERS ErC AIDES 9NoGrcenoaltedNo i Dry Bint per Ib 18 taliNoNo s Dry sailed per Ib 15 FEATHERS 4JHDarkMISCELLANEOUS lti11ImeUDrledapplDried pearbcsoewlpperC Ib 41A3 WOOL 18Good3sSheeriklnsI3nLambiklns40 ROOTS Seneca snake 11 i- iiYellow o ailLadMay Apple sU uK LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCKMARKET- QUOTATIONS Reported by the Loniivllle Live Stock Ex change Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY April is 1900 CATTLE Extra good export steers lplbs and ooLlirhtI lba7SChoice70Falrtogoodbutchtn o0Thin5Good5 tiCommon60btocken50BullaacoatTCveiJ3Cbolce35004100FairHOGS Choke picking and botcher goo Ib to 300 Ib Good to eitra llzht16o Ib to KXJ Ib St5 aSo itFatRo6 to 75Si600SiSEEPAND Good ooajooFairooCommoneoBock3OO4OOKar 00Cato00 O S- IIrk S zStoreii At prices that will surprise your purse Everything in r Staple and Fancy Groceries S S FURROW Kirk Ky Spring MillineryMy and e ready for inspection The entire line embraces all the newest designs New Hats Bonnets Tam 0Shanlcrs Sailors Walking Hats The nobbiest assortment o- fRibbons and Plumes Stephensporthave opportunityComo while the stock is fresh and pick your Spring headgear Mrs Ella Watlington Stcplicnsport Ky Lwrevvs o wao a PresentChicago I 017 LaSalle Avenue Chicago IIU Established yearnRegolaxlrIllinoisLegislatureThe oldest largest mod reliable and sue teuful Medical Institute In the V S faeWUIIbrmade1JIaUdonbtfaLWrite andDraceBronchitis Catarrh Cancer Tumors riles EyeEar gical Operation Bat facilities apparatus and remedies for the successful treatment DlseascuCWefuse of Nervous reowUoCojYouthdraInInUdzooceleChargesReasonableaceepledoNOIIICODoINdcpolltachemN la unknown to use 10000 testimonial letters athometoday1oDageSurgleeJDIMUM HUGHES TONIC Palatable Better thanCato mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonlb as well asa SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever ItNtVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season Mild Laxative JNervous Sedative Splendid TwOc Guaranteed byyour Drugtfitii Dont take any Subititu 50o and 100 Bottles M ic THE BRECKENRIDQB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 7 a s I I 1 1 1 1P 1I I I I I I I It I t j 1 I HIS CASE OF FRIGHT I I ONE MANS STORY OF HOW HE WAS COMPLETELY UNNERVED It WM a llmpl Bmoa h Incident aimpiirhougtktBroBffht tho Iat to nu Favo Pert few grown up peoplo know perl1Ipla tho group that bad been spinning yarns In tho hotel corridor When I dontmeanOrdlllllr7lieueIpanicthatvolition that turns him sick and cold that leaves such a deep and Indelible organiemthaterward will make him quail and hud opinionforlug even In the rankest cowards for you must bear In mind It Is not fear butsomeUilngagainst which personal courage fur nishes no Immunity whatever When a man Is afraid his Instinct Is to runaway to escape when he IIs frighten ed he baa no such Impulse bo simply suffers I never had but ono export once of that kind In my life and the circumstances of the case were very commonplace Ill toll you about It In as few words as possible In 1880 1 was holding a Job as proof reader In a big printing establishment In Chicago The building then occupied by the concern was a rambling old barracks of a place and the little Inclo sure where I worked was In the ox treme rear of the upper floor which was used as a composing room Next andIreligious weekly was set up on special contract That second room had a sinister reputation for the sufficiently startling reason that It had boen tho scene of two suicides A former col lector for the firm who was short In his accounts had gono there to blow his brains out and later on a poor ola printer broken down and despondent had cut L throat In front of the cracked looking glass which hung over the sink All that happened long before my time but tho memory of It abided anu It seemed to Invest tho place with u peculiar air of gloom- I have gone Into these details to give you an Idea of the lay of tho premises nud now Ill get to tho point One night in tho fall of the year I had an unusual lot of proofs to read and decided to go back after a late supper and finish them up before going to bed When I reached the building- on my return from the restaurant everybody had gone and the place was as black and silent as a cave but I let myself In at a side door and groped my way up stairs fumbling In my pockets for a match To my annoyance I didnt have a single one but I remembered there was a boxful on a table In the office of the religious weekly and knowing the composing room pretty thoroughly 1 started without hesitation for my den The sky was stormy and overcast ttoat night and Inside the building It wan perfectly dark so dark that I liter ally couldnt sea my hand before my face Nevertheless I reached tho proof room without any mishap and had just opened the door of the adjoining Inclosuro to get the matches when the thought of the two suicides flashed through my brain and sent an Icy shiver down my spine For a moment I had an Impulse to back out and beat a retreat and while I put that aside I wont deny that I was considerably unnerved The loneliness of the place the pitch darkness the whispering noises one can always hear In a big empty building at night and tho mom ory of that ghastly story of self murder all made my heart beat like a drum and It required every particle of resolution I possessed to enable mo to take a step forward I moved slowly and cautiously with my right arm extended to ward off obstacles and had advanced perhaps a dozen paces when my clutched band was laid flatly upon a human face I could feel the nose and eye sockets against my fingers and a stubble of beard pricked my palm Now gentle men this may seem like nothing as I ale here with tho Incandescents and people passing to and fro but In that black deserted rookery It was the Incarnation of horror I real laid then and there for the first time 1nmrllte the real meaning of tho word fright If I lied actually seen a ghostt It would have shaken mo less but that face against my hand In tho darknb I will never forget It never as long as I live L hI recoiled and as I did so my fin rs encountered the matchbox By ure Instinct I snatched out a dozen tcbes and struck them on the table gas Jet was halt a foot away and In i 1 bad It lit Then I under cod nstant the situation and you will smile o doubt when 1 explain A printer horn I knew very well and who was is sot of the office was standing be Ide one of the cases In a drunken M5C He had been on a spree and hen the office was closed he was lye asleep unnoticed behind a pile of per My steps on the stairs had mused him and be staggered to his et and stood there silent and stupid until I blundered against him to the fltrfct r Xnatii the story and as I said be ore It seems lIke nothing to tell got bare thought of It has brought the t to sly foiehe4NOrleulDwaert- C tC 4 0 XsjuMdy Xoanoka Tea says Icanriottyjtoo mfeh for JteWHta fItch IIaael Bait Oae boxjii It cared hat the dogloiti 1idafiaembleul on ny JJiwOI piles aid ill IUSIMISJ Look eat for werUllMl+ tu AB Fisher I I1 SABBATH ON TilE FARM Rainy Afternoons Spent In Song Games and Conundrums THE MOTHER DOES IT ALL SABBATH ON TUB FARM Going to the country to spend the Sabbath 1 What evil genius put you to it were some ol the excited questions which greeted me when I placidly announced my intention of so pawing the forth coming Lords Day Nothing daunted however 1 proceeded on my way and the genuine welcome that awaited me at the farm house amply rewarded me Do you know that city cordiality and hospitality are poorsicklyghoaHy things as compared to their country cousins of the same name But welcome was not the only pleasure it was followed by the substantial wholesome supper all home made and then by the untold untellable delight of linking down down into the close warm embrace of a fifty pound feather bed whose perfect cleanliness and comfort left no faith in the theory which city dwellers are wont to hold concerning the feather germ My con viction is that tbls theory is born of dearth of feather beds and not of reality and I say oh farm mother cling to your feathers as you value luxury How ever the theory may work I was sure that bed contained nothing to injure and without a moments unnecessary delay fell asleep nor so surely did it lull me was I awake again till day dawn A RAINY SABBATH IN THE COUSTKY Alas I awoke to the Bound of rain I Not a gentle patter giving hope of sun shine later on but the steady down pour that precludes forlhat day at least all possibility of holding up I nestled back among the pillows for another nap in my neat knowing that my mistress of this household believed that The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath and also abjured as a temptation to Providence the eight mile ride to church in inclement weather Thus rainy Sabbaths were made to as sume the aspect of a day of rest by an extra hour in bed asleep if youth were past and the pattering rain drops but sang a lullaby in day dreams by the young to whom the music was a merry accompaniment to happy thoughts Once astir and the early duties of the day performed a dainty breakfast ala Mrs Rorer was served and at no time and place is inch a meal more imperatively needed than on a rainy Sabbath morn ing at an isolated farm house I knew my hostess to be a woman of wonderful resources but wondered how she would manage to pull her family large and small through that day without absolute suffering HOW IT WAS DONB After the house had been put in order father mother children and guest assembled in the library which was their every day sitting room and I learned that on rainy snowy or otherwise InI clement Sabbaths they held a Home Class a miniature Sabbath School It is a curious fact that a Sabbath School teacher rarely considers it poeslble for her to teach at home she feels it necessary to have the adjuncts of pastor church and superintendent to put her in the proper frame of mind to Impart spiritual truth Not so this mother her religion was within her inspiration was on her Godand herreward the benefit she bestowed upon her family With out any announcement even a word to open the exercise but informally as on any other day the young lady daugh ter seated herself at the piano and accompanied a hymn which all sang and it was succeeded by many more so that each enjoyed a favorite Finally the mother turned to her husband and asked Do you know I had not realized the exquisite beauty in the verses of to days leeeon before But it is all beautiful and helpful and inexpressibly precious and she gave a loving little pat to the Bible she held in her hand and proceeded to tellwhat seemed to her the point of the lesson not negligently and as if half ashamedlot what she was doing but earnestly as though it were a matter of Infinite importance to her So very earnest web she that before we had realised it all the little party had re sponded to her appeal some to agree others to differ till a warm argument re salted father and his adherents ranged against mother and her followers Statement vere aad demanding proofed concordances were searched what had been heard and read on the subject WM quoted and applied and by the time atehlam recltatloa had been reached lluncheon hour had arrived the morBiflg haying passed away pleasantly ad profitably Only onehodlahhelped- out the midday meal but the abundaaee and variety of home grown units the 4 color and thickness of the Jersey cream rendered any additional course nnneceo nary After eating a couple of hours were given that each might spend according to individual taste a nap a book a song I spent my quiet time Ifczilvi doing nothing but through it all I heard the murmur of the mothers voice Dear patient faithful mother who never acknowledged weariness though I some times saw It in the tender gentle eyes true mother who knew she must bo all and in all to her little flock situated so that social intercourse was a rare pleasure Her duty was to spend and be spentfor her own regardless of their apt preciation she had no hoar of her very own but while the other adult mem eers of the family were indulging in privacy she read or better still told I stories to the little ones IN THE AFTERNOON When the clock chlmud three we a gain sought the library and as mother entered the door she cried cheerily Let me tell you something Arent they charming words let me tell you something and they hold a vast power for fixing attention I met dear old Mrs Rogers the last day I was in town and she told me something which she said I was to ask you on the first rainy Sabbath so now Is my time It seems that she has made a lot of riddles Bible riddles she calls them this is a specimen who can gneislt Who lived in tents And paid no rents And in sobriety Formed the first Temperance Society Much wrinkling of brows and many random guesses ensued but we had to be told the famous folks were the Recbabltes Now Mrs Rogers wants you to guess when the first donation party was given Donation party In the Bible It was too absurd But mother triumphantly explained When the Israelites met and gave their jewelry to Aaron to make the golden calfA few more of Mrs Rogers riddles In spired us to try our skill in concocting them and the family rhymester naked stringsTosingsAAnd thereby won his Rulers love No trouble to solve that nnd each shouted Davids harp Father could not make rhymes but he could ask ques tion and propounded this Who was the first Hebrew Sculptor Aaron for he made the calf For an hour or more wo made and asked and guessed those Bible riddles to our great improvement in Scriptural lore the sharpening of our wits and the family enjoyment The oldest son sug gusted that we then play twenty ques tions i looked at the Puritanlike mother Was that a Sabbath pleasure She rose to the occasion by heartily ac ceding to the propoaltion only stipula ting that we confine the subjects to things in the Bible to show how easily this could be done she opened the game by sayipRI think of something that belongs to the Animal kingdom Now be sure that each question you ask can be answered by yes or no Then we began to elicit information in a most lawyerly manner Is it mentioned in the Old Testament Yes Was it a living animal Yes Had it become noted by Its connection with a king No In connection with a Patriorchb No With a Prophet No With any manYes A very noted man Yes Noted for piety No For wickedness No For strength Yes Samson Yes The lion which he slew Yes Then she who solved that problem had the privilege of propounding another the only clew given to the guessers being the kingdom to which the object thought of belonged the Information leading to knowledge of the object being obtained by questions It was delight ful and I am persuaded that the game of twenty questions if persisted in will develop the most ordinary individual to a lawyer and detective combined The smaller children finding this rather difficult pleaded for something easier and the resourceful mother responded at once In this wayIII am thinking of a Bible character whose name begins with A who is he Adam Aaron Abraham Annanias Ye Annanlw Then the successful guesser thought of some one with B for aa initial and so pa down the alphabet After Zebedee had been reached the babysaldOb I am so hungry lets have buttered corn this wee agreed to and never having heard of buttered corn I watched the preparations with Interest A large tray was brought sad a tin of chopped gold en butter put before the fire to melt popper after popper of corn WM emptied into the tray then the melted butter was poured over the whole snowy mass which WM tossed with a fork till thoroughly mixed then sprinkled with tall 1 it WM delicious After a light tea in the library a handsome young fellow whose appearance brightened the eyes of the daughter of the house came for the eye ning Conversation was pleasant and mandolin and guitar furnished music which WM not only sacred bet beauti ful then after this happy well spent Sabbath I again sought the rest and bliss to be found In the depths of that featherbed IK UT ROOM My friend after her own sweet kind ly fashion followed me to my room for a wee bit talk after the day WM done When the door WM closed I turned and gently pushing her into the easiest chair aakedAre you worn threadbare This day that has been so delightful so full of entertainment hu yet boon a day of rest to us while you have labored through every hour ot it I am just a little bit tired but the work my Father has given me shall I not do And she smiled Tell mu about it I urged bow have you managed to work up to an ideal Sabbath like this Was it not a hard thing to doand wondrously hard to begin Yes hard to begin that Is al ways the chief trouble in every under taking it is so hard to begin I begun this when the first children were mere infants and on I was so self conscious at first I felt you know as if I were on ly acting a part but I kept right on re gardless of that and now it comes quite naturally I see it does ejaculated but how did you succeed in workingtbe husband and children up to the same point This way if sou are really in earnest about a thing every one soon seesltand as nothing is so contagious as earnestness they become Imbued with the same spirit During the week while my hands are busy my mind is not idle and it is then I gather the material to maze the Sabbath interesting But that is so much work for you I obJ- ected Pleasant work though and I am sustained in the effort by the mem ory that it makes my children happy and satisfies them at home their hap piness is mine you know I asked Do all country houses have Sabbaths like this one I cannot tell about that but I know that any woman how ever little originality she may be endow ed with can make a happy day right along these lines Never yet was that woman born who could not tell tales and ask riddles When does the time come for your individual pleasure I am particular that the children shall be early to bed and then I have two good hours with my husband my bookor my thoughts In addition to this I hope to have whole years of ease and comfort alter the little folks havebeen trained up in the way they should go now is my working time and I do not mean to idle throughitON DAYS THAT ARE SUNNY But all Sabbaths are not dreary as to weather and when it is pleasant and roads are good we have a long nice ride the pleasant meeting with friends and on the way home lunch out of a big basket of good things which were prepared and packed the dav before Lunch on the way home I Why do that Oh the two little ones like it it seems gypsy style to them and then the ride has made all of us too hungry to wait But the strongest reason is that after arriv ing at home my daughter and I can rest in place of going immediately to work preparing food and clearing after it Tell me what you do on pleasant after noons You see we cannot use the same means of entertainment always that we used this afternoon we would weary of it On good days the children and I pass the whole time out of doors If we walk to the sheepfold I ask who was the Shepherd King and we specu late on tho thoughts and feelings of David when he tended his fathert sheep j and we talk lovingly of the one great Shepherd who gave his life for hit sheep In the grape arbor we go back to Abel who is supposed to be the first agriculturist we wonder if the horses go to heaven and if not why they are mentioned as being in the New Jerusa lem There is nothing on the farm which we meet up with in our walks but has a Bible prototype we find sermons in the trees books in the running brooks and good in everything Always in the evening we have sacred music nothing so inspires and helps one to exaltation of feeling and endeavor as mu sic I thinksaid I one other thing excels it a faithful Christian mother and in response to the look I gave her the little womans face glowed she dose not receive the appreciation she deserves but works right along in spite of that What one woman has done others may do Why may not every mistress of a farm follow this cheery example and from a dreary desolate day to be dreaded convert the Sabbath into a joy There is endless variety and in struction in the twenty question game and that use othhe alphabet gives wonderful familiarity with the men and women of Scripture then who can doubt but that the riddles are regular wit sharpeners both for those who ask aad those who solve them LUCY CLXAVHB MoEtBOY 1 SAVE YOUR i STARStar tin tags showing small stars printed on under aide of tag 4 HorseShoe JT Good LuckI Cross Bow and Drummond Natural Loaf Tin Tags are of equal value in securing presents mentioned below and may assorted Every man woman and child con find something on the list j that they would Uke to have and con have 1 +1 PHEEZ 1 +t Match Dot II 1 Knit one 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Jonctlon 8 w 4 55 1160 745 Kirk S01 446 1167 762 Jolly 7 M 4 39 12 09 8 I Clendean 7 42 4 27 12 N 809 Dempster 7 3o 415 12 30 8 25 Fall of hough 11 4 00 12 60 8 45 Dempstet II 57 3 42 12M 8 50 nockvale 611 S 38 100 8M Ruth 648 3 S3 105 9m Askln 644 329 J J3 9 08 Ok 6 M 3 21 1 21 915 Ar FordsvilleLv II 30 375t- M PM All rM y DallyTrain 43 and 44 connect 01 Irvington with iTrains No 3 and 5 for points on Fordtville branch Train and run Train No a tnd 4 connect allrvlnglun with Main Line train 41 4n 41 and 4- 4LOUISVILLE YANSVIL- LEMAiL CoInc- orporated Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL r HE G RAGON ROSE HITS- BELLEVUE AND k THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON Superintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P AgentLouisville Ey SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK QuIck Tim Close Connection Low natal ff1 JL i Z m V ii h I a Or 11 f io I r t 1 I y B THE BREcKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 r I I 1i L I I Mi i jli iiii ii i r m mimMiUwaUMnwvum tlfilBDr I 1 11 iIiBlf CLOSING OUT Wilson Cobb OF MOQUAI KY- II ire Closing out Cbetr Bntire Stock IIWe take this method of informing you that our Entire Stock of General Mer 1 I= chandise is for sale in any quantity from a single article tothe Entire Stock We are 51 fully decided toclose out and it will be to your interest to come to see us Our Goods Iwill go at and below co- stTHEY I L MUST BE SOLD I I And we will put a price on them that will move them We have a fairly good assortment yet and no old shelfworn goods and you will be able to find manyarticles that you will need in your homes that you can not buy elsewhere at the prices we will I Idesirabledj ji YOU CAN SELECT FROM I JJDry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Hats i III I I I I IIr I TrucksiiAnyone desiring a location for business will do well to consider this point and would do well to buy the the entire stock as 1n whole We have a nice Gash Trade established No credit business but owing to other arrangements along another business line we must close this business out As soon as the stock is closed out the property will be for rent or for sale iOuri Mr Olla Cobb will be in charge of the business until it is closed out and d he will be pleased to offer you some rare bargains iIWe desire to extend our thanks to the public for the very liberal patronage I given us during our stay among you Again we invite you to come to see us early 11Iyf 1 I MoQUADY May 5 1900Cobb1 I1 WATCH THE NEWS NEXT WEEK FOR OUR PRICES IIfl n11 l tjIro ltmlj lj rort a l l ljliEi m lr1ili iIh h t 6h fl El Il1 El m tl Wt m Public Sale On Monday May 14th at 1 oclock p in I will offer at public sale the store fixtures of r jt J Ae WITT deceas ed consisting of Show Cases Platform and CounterScales MoneyRegister Iron Safe Scoops and Store Racks MrsE A Witt Admx Cutting around the eyes should be avoided unless you are willing to mako yourself a subject for experimenting In surgery This lin unnecessary Bather lands Eagle Eyo Salvo will cure sore eyes and granulated lids when all ethers have tailed It strengthen weak eYeBI CONFERENCE OF MISSIONS Faith and Fraternity The Controlling Features of This Meeting METHODIST CONFERENCEAT The great Ecumenical Conference has made Ilasting impressions at the close of a noted century says our Brandenburg correspondent It has been an immense conference of Foreign Missions Oar negll Hall has perhaps never hId a more deserving one and may never again Surely the name Ecumenical is tho proper title for that vast body of men and women We must remember one element that pervaded that assem bly that cannot be said for most others no selfish motive predominated Each had gone to wage a battle against wrong all were consolidated and united in one central thoughtThrow out the Life Line Spread the Gospel of Christ All the great Protestant communions were represented Fraternity and broth arlineea existed The whole conference spirit has been ono of faith and hope and good will Our southern delegation was large President McKinley ex tended a national welcome and Gover nor Roosevelt followed with same ExPresident Harrisons response was characteristic of him graceful quick and teeming with strong religious con victionsNot those fortunate enough to be present will be benefited by this great gathering but as the papers and discuss- Ions will be gathered into volumes for publication all lands will know and feel the influence of tboso gathered voices from allover the world Full well I ieel that no ono in that throng of consecrated devotees was more interested than our own great missionary friend Mine Tula Daniel I hope to have through these columns one of her own pleasant nitlcles telling of tho impressive scone and of tho great work accomplished- All these thoughts naturally bring us to look in upon the Methodist Conference now assembled at Chicago which will be in session a month Bishop An drew made a strong address May 3rd Ho said while this country had increas ed fourteen fold in a hundred years the M E church had developed ninety seven fold He deplored the miscarriage of the anticanteen law and said the church would not abandon its position on the liquor question He was strong on marriage divorce and remarriage All amusements that were unwholesome came in for condemnation The Bishop saId debauching amusements Well not only Bishops ministers And church members condemn and denounce such amusements but all sane individuals A woman who in the slightest degree countenances such amusements is un worthy tho title of lady Excess in Innocent amusements is also to be denounced But innocent pastimes and innocent recreations are practiced by every ono in accordingto STRONG MINDED WOMEN oftheonthemOh let us come down out of the clouds of clerical eloquence and get our feet on a eolid footing of plain common sense and I asgoodis very poor statesmanship to exclude so much goodness and virtue from direct participation in the affairs of government If they are to carry religion Into politics and save the civilization and the reputation of the State they must have the ballot No general sends his soldiers into battle unarmed and no statesman ever expected a disfranchised class to revolutionise politics and save the State The Emergency Association baa a membership of three thousand If they take up their good citizenship work in sober earnest there will shortly be about three thousand new mebmers added to tho Kentucky Equal Rights Asso elation Science haa found that rheumatism 1Is caused by uric acid in the blood This poison should be excreted by the kid neys No rheumatism with healthy kid nays Foley s Sidney Cure always makea them well Moorman do Owen If you have It you know it You L know all about the heavy feeling In the stomach the formation of gas the headacheanthd You cant have it a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres Just one remedy for you Yfr3 sramTheres nothing new i about it Your grand parents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known It made the wordU Sarsaparilla famous over the whole world Theres no other sarsa parilla like it In age and power to cure its U The leader of them all 1101 a bottle All dtvtrl flyers Pills cure constipation weeInducedtook three bottles and now feel like myfeaow I for rbaa stood the test frfIts cnratlra power cannot be ex celled L D GOOD Jan 1IO16rorownto1lD Ta WrHo theIf yon hue sayeomvlaletwhatever- end desire the twit medical adTlee yon doctortrr7plr wlthont COlt Addreu Da J 0 AYER Lowell Mail IRVINGTON Paul Frost ia in the city on business Will Shellman Is in Louisville on a short visit Mrs Mary E Tyler ia visiting Mrs Dally and other friends Mrs D 0 Heron was in the city Thursday and Friday Miss Rosa Moorman of Oloverport is at the home of F H McGehee Dont fail to visit Dr Renfrews office during court week at Ilardlnaburp Mrs Brashear of Owenaboro Iin the guest of her brother J R Wimp Miss Oorbett went to the city Thurs day to lay in a new supply of goods Seats for the Bingham Entertainment are on sale at McGlothlau Plggotts The Ax Handle factory is a certainty and will be in operation at an early date Mrs Sallie Beauchamp and baby are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Mr and Mrs A 13 Dolman have gone to Vine Grove for lengthy visit to their childrenThere is strong talk of a stock com pany forming hero and opening a can ning factory W E Brown continues to Improve his store and the new pavement is quite an addition Clarence McGlothlan came down from Louisville Sunday to spend the day with the home folks Charlie Marshall wife and baby are at home from Louisville for a short stay with G T Marshalls family W E Brown has given an order for lumber to build a handsome house on his lovely site in Woodland Mrs Galloway Oloverport haw pur chased a house and lot in town and we hope to see them move in very soon Mrs Letiab McGlothlan and Miss Lilllo McGlothlan have left for a visit to Mrs H F Hernden Grayeon Springs Miss Jane Warfield one of Oloverpota most interesting young ladles was call- Ing on friends between trains Tuesday There is a growing demand for houses to rent in the town of Irvington though some people do say business is leaving It Richard Herndon is on the sick list but with Dr Moormans skillful treatment tis hoped he will bo out again soon R B McGlothlan is agent for the Mo Oormick Harvesting machines binders and mowers This machine Is not only the best now on the market but offers the farmers the strongest warranty On the 21st Monday night at the Baptist church the people of Irvington and neighboring towns will have an op portunity of bearing and seeing that moat delightful entertainer Ralph Bingham Mr Bingham cornea to us highly recommended by those who have heard him and they assure oa he rivals Per trine Nye Riley Oumriock and others and whatever role heiwumee whether impersonator vocalist violinist humorist or storyteller he la unrivaled Let every body come and enjoy this intellectual treat of a very high standard BRANDENBURG Pusey Harris spent Sunday at hom from Oloverport Mr and Mrs Eugene Hardesly will entertain at dancing this week Mrs D W Lewis spending tho wee wlthilr R Pattersons family Henry Oowley of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of Micas Lula Bland i Mrs J W Lewis and Mist Bees Lewis visited Mrs Jesse Herndon at Irvington last week Opt Brennan and wileof Evansville spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs E T Bishop Robert D Posey came over last Sun day from Indianapolis and spent the day at home Mrs G L Neafiis and Jimmie Dit were down last week from Louisville the guests of Mrs Fannie Ditto Mrs Sallie Burch entertained thefiX V club Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 with games and music ices and cakes Misses Lena Nevitt and Ruth Philips visited Miss Jennie L Woolfolk las week MIsa Woolfolk has been quit- sick Miss Jen Hardin entertained last Saturday evening for Mlsces Mary Lewis and Susie Elder A pleasant program tIs reportedRalph Blngbam will give an entertain ment at the Court House Saturday night May the 10th Tickets 40 30 and 20 cents Dont miss it Mrs Fon Rhodes entertained threading e club most pleasantly on last Thursday afternoon Mrs Eugene Har desty joined the band The Womans Missionary society will meet with Mrs Ginnie Phillips Friday afternoon Mrs D W Lewis will rea the regular monthly leaflet Dr D 0 Pusey has gone back to Lou isville for treatment by electricity He ia improving and we hope he may be entirely relieved of rheumatism RH aevitt D M Duncan D S Richardson Elvice Wimp Dr P H Nevitt H K Ditto and Will Roberts saw Lieut Gibson win the Derby Dr Pnsey and Miss Mavdee Pusey have returned from Louisville We all1 miss Maydee more than most anybod- in our circle and are always so glad t welcome her home Childrens Day services will be held a the Methodist church the third Sunday in this month May 20th at 1030 oclock Special singing and an interesting program Come everybody Doe Run Springs or the Old Mill sum mer resort will open June 1st Pleasant picturesque quiet with fine eulpher wa ter and cold fresh water Music and mauaemeuta every evening How wrest some people are in this world1 They never see broken down gates or neglected fences but they Invariably look clear over to find the flowers that are blooming They hunt virtues and ignore foibles Mn Taylor Haynes has returned from Paducrh where she has been for six weeks with her daughter Mrs Gene Geudry nee Lida Haynes to whom we extend congratulations on the arrival off the first born Bea Noble Will McGehee will remain this year at home at his fathers request to take charge of the farm He gave up a lucra tive position in Louisville to do so Willis an allround fine fellow and made the sacrifice willingly and we are all glad to number him as one of us Rheumatism is conceded to have fIts origin in a noisoned condition of the blood and to be most Buccesafnlly treated by HEROINE which acts upon the liver kidneys and other blood purifying organs thereby divesting the system off the offending agents Price 60 cents Mn H 0 Rawlings of Kansas City was hero several days ago to see Mrs Alanson Moremen who Is ill at her sons Alonzo Moremens Mrs Rawlings was looking well and her old friends were glad to see her onto more Mrs Moremen Is nearly ninety years of age Herdaughtera Mrs Boggesa and Mrs Finley are with here Charlie Cosperke has been confined to his bed for several weeks He la patient cheerful and always glad to see his friends Charlie is an exceptional character Had he the physical ability as he has mental capacity and spiritual InclI- nations he would be one of the brightest stars in the galaxy of brilliant minds As it Is he has been a power Judge and Mrs 8 P Woolfolk entertained at dancing last Thursday night for their daughter Miss Lulu About fifty guests were present and a moat en joyable time was spent Mrs Woolfolk is a great lover of music and flowers She plays well herself and her tulip bed has thirtysix varietiesthe largest and peel heat I eyer saw Mrs Woolfolk com bines the substantiate with the orna mental as three hundred young chickens attestThe community and the reading club moat especially were disappointed that Miss Alexander failed tq secure the Twelve Picture reproductions from the greatest In the world and therefore could not give her program here as ad vertised However the club had a mOst Interesting Instructive talk from her at Mrs Grinnells on Wednesday afternoon She had the email Perry pletmres which I are in themselves beauties from InN Alexanders ahalyaia That classic event at Churchill Downs aemoat memorable one The crowd was the largest in years and the betting was the heaviest for many years 1600 and 2000 were pulled down by some while tiffkGibson was easily the king of the trick and felt that he had a right to become somewhat unruly alter his triumph He ia last like lots of folks you know prosperity homage and applause turned his hea i hence Mil rebellion to his groom I love a pretty horse a last horse I love to see a large interested reprtsenative Kentucky crowd but I am bitterly opposed to racing and more bitterly opposed to betting Both are objectionable Robert Bonnet has the finest hones of the age but he never aft lowed a cent to be bet on one while In thetosame I had stomach trouble twenty years and gays up hope of being cured till I began to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It has done me BO much good Icall It tie savior of my lllo writes W R Wilkin youtFishere FORDSVILLE Roll Godsey has a new store in town John Bland Sr of Jolly Station was in town Saturday a- Miss Myrtle Jones of Oaks was visit lingin town Saturday Renfrow the dentist will be at Tar dlnaburg all of court week Mr John Babbage editor of the NEWS was in Fordavlllo Saturday Crocket Westerfield and Jim Roberta were elected echool trustees Saturday Saturdaydon account of election ot school trustees The Fordaville Dramatic Club gave an FridayInight George Oller got a severe fall from a wheel Saturday He was unconscious for a while The rain which we needed very much came at last for which we are very thankfulThe held a convention toyHartfordoMonday A supper was given at Mr tCaeteele out in the country Saturday night A large crowd of young folks were present and it was an enjoyable af fairOn account of holding a protracted meeting at Greenville Bro Ratcliffe failed to fill his appointment Saturday We missed him very much but brother Celt Trueman gave us a good talk After suffering from piles forl1ltejl1 years I waseured by using two boxes of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve writes W J Baxter North Brook N 0 It heals everything Beware of rounterfelta A R Fisher Fast RecoveringjLittle Miss Ethel Ahl the three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Ahl of Toblnaport after a serious attack of pneumonia improving rapidly Her inprovemont is due to the skillful nurs of Miss Elizabeth Robertson of Louis ville a trained nurse and the attending physician j Dr James T Owenofthlsj C ItrWEST VIEW Mrs M D Pumphrey is improving The town was full of drummers Saturday There was a slight frost Thursday nightS 1 Hennlnger went to McDaniela X Sunday 1 Tilford Harper and wife spentS lliJXat Euros Prof J H Pile of Glendeane spent w Sunday at home iMrs Nora Allen of Louisville is visit 1 3 Ing In this vicinity 1 The story of Philip Strong was excell i J ent andwell worth reading IJ Mr Robert Norton and wife were at ty Hardinsburg shopping Saturday v Quite a number of people from heie t attended church at Harupd StmdayI i James Nortoni with his lamllyaad mother were visiting at Mr Pete Leslies Sunday 1E M 0 Davl has newly painted F his house which is an ornament to oar I little town j George Bobbins and Charley Durnaa were on a fishing expedition last week i i They had the usual luck of such tripe v 1 AWoaaaa Awful PerN There is only one phaaee to aRYti your lUeandthat in through an Pfatipn Mjere the startling word beard 1Jiy D sIBHunt of Lime Ridge l lxtofn 1ajhtroublehad formed and she constantly 1 worse Then she bet to QM Btiatrli j Bitten which wholly oared her Jlfi tl wonderful Stomach Liver and kida qr V remedy Ogres Dlepeprfa Lose of AJK petite Try 1it Only M eta Guaran teed For a1e by Short i Hayne dnir 0 4r ft G C r fk2 v r j f i 1 t r1t A r f f h 4y r- rr k w 4- r 1 1 3f jf- iF 1 r- f t r 11- c J I 0 i