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IISPAGEi3 I J 56 COLUMNS TEE T TS FJT 0 I = 1 VOL XXIV LOVER ORT KENTUCKY MAY 16 ra I If t ppim SI l 1 r ir ir tf 0 i Cr r 1 i SHRINKAGE IN WHEAT p Area Under Cultivation 3563000 Bushels Less Than Last Falls Estimate QOYENMENT REPORT 4FORMAY J c1ci f P of i Washington DO May 10 The jj monthly crop report ot the Agricultural Department is as follows Returns to the statistician of the De partment of Agrlcnllnte made up to May 1 show the area under winter wheat In cultivation on that datejto have been about 20535000 acres or 3 603000 than the area esti or 116 per cent less mated to have been shown last fall Tho reduction in acreage In the principal Btufcts owing to winter killing and the ravages of the Hessian fir is as follows nnonnn nitn ORO VM1 Mich Indiana igan 317000 Pennsylvania 158000 and Illinois 137000 acres For the area remaining under cultlva tiori the average condition on May 1 was 889 While Ihls average condition is 02 points above the mean of the averages of the last ten years and has been exceeded only three times In fifteen yearslt must betemembered that the acreage plowed up cut for forage except in California where it is not yet definitely ascertain able or otherwise abandoned has been entirely eliminated The htghjaverages of condition reported lastj month for Kansas Missouri Texas and other more more or less important wheat producing states that have escaped the ravages of the fly have been fully maintained and tT on May 1 nearly onehalf of the entire winter wheat acreage remaining under cultivation reported a full normal or still t higher condition fc The average condition of winter rye on K ray i was 88 6 as compared with 852 on May 1 1809 04 5 on May 1 1S08 and 897 the mean of the May averages for the last ten years Pennsylvania and Now York with 421 per cent of the total winter rye acreage of the country report conditions 11 points and 4 points respectively below their 10 year averages anfiae which ral1l1s third in the scale of acreage reports the high average condi tion of 107 the highest reported on May 1 ot which thero ia any record The average condition of meadows mowing lands on May 1 waa 908 against 849 on May 11899 020 on May 1 1898 and 013 the mean of the May averages of the last ten years The average condition ol spring pas ture was 013 againet 835 on May 1 1809 012 on May 1 1803 and 000 the mean of the May averages of the last ten years Spring plowing hi more or less lato in almost every state in which its condition is a matter of any especial significance The only notable exceptions are Penn sylvania Kentucky Illinois Kansas Missouri and Arkansas The work already done in the country at large ia estimated at 634 per cent of the total contemplated the proportion usually done byMay 1 being about 75I per cent of the whole In South Carolina Alabama Mujatfisippl and Texas the work is later than in any year for which records are available In consequence of the almost If not entirely unprecedented backwardness of the season the statistician is unable to make the canal preliminary estimate of the new acreage of cottonBt Louis Globe Democrat Pileare not only most painful but also very dangerous as tile inflamed no dules are very Apt to take on malignant action and cancer of the rectum is pro duced They should bo cured TAB LEES BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT wiHcmre the most obstinate cases Price Woeata in bottles Tubes 75 cents i Cora Crops Uninjured TB Joseph Smart near this place has had 1 the good luck to save hla corn crop The heary ralaa have made it necessary for many1 of the farmers in his section to re- plantbut Mr Smarts crop waa uninjured Organization Ot Rtd MM- JeEn B Yanunt of Louisville was at Haidlnsburfc several days laet week and IlfhU atJbe Mawnlo Hall 1 CA llJl 0211 A = y C Cd HR WHO DOSRNT READ IS BLIND BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AIL NEVVS WEDNESDAY JEJNTI uleproE ADVERTISEMENTS THE REPUBLICANS J- iAleet In Mass Convention At Hardinsburg Monday APPOINT DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION The Republicans of Brcckenrldge county met In mans convention at Har diusburg last Monday to name delegates to the state convention which meets in Louisville tomorrow Thursday Chairman Klncheloo called the con vention to order and stated tho object of the meeting iatt3 i =Tho lIon John P Hagwell Jr was on motion chosen permanent chairman He mado a brief speech In which ho pledged his support to the party and the administration He referred to his stew ardship at Frankfort and said he etood on his record for he had done what he conceived to be his duty to his people Clint Hook was chosen secretary Tbo chairman on motion appointed the following committee on resolutions Jesse REskrldgo Senator R M Jolly Capt J H Rowland Owen Cunning ham and Hou Chas Blandford The committee retired and brought in a set of resolutions endorsing McKin Taylor vote as a unit for McKlnley for Presi dent They were also Instructed to vcte for the following delegates to the Nation BradleyGovWhite Jesse R Eskrldge was named as an al ternate from the Fourth Congressional District to the National Convention The Rapublican County Committee at a meeting held previous to the conven tion reelected Allen Kincheloe chair man and Clint Hook secretary for the ensuing four years RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Three Ladies Thrown Out of a Buggy When Returning From a Funeral NO ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED IlABDiNsnuBO KY May 15th Special An unfortunate accident occurred here Tuesday morning in the street near tho store of DeHaven Co The horse attached to the bupgy occu pled by Miss Cora Furrow Mrs Burch of Mooloyville and Mrs Jones of Meade county who were returning from the funeral of Doc Furrows daughter be came frightened and ran away upsetting the buggy The bucgr was overturned on the la dies who were painfully but not eeriout ly hurt Mr Ell Miller who was near came to the relief of the ladles and ren dered them much aid OLD PEOPLES DAY The 4th Sunday in ThlsJMonth Has Been Designated as the Day Rev F M Potty pastor of the M E Church South at Hardlnsbnrg has des ignated the 4th Sunday in this month for tho old peoples gathering and tho Sunday School rally at Mt Zion The church being ono of the oldest in point of interest in that section Ho anticipates a largo delegation to take part in tho Old Peoples exorcises on that day There will bo dinner on the ground An invitation is extended to all to como I j GRAND JURY The following med form the grand Jury of the circuit court now in session at Hardinsburg F K Rhodes foreman ISamAhl MandeviUa Galloway 0 W Kasey Philip Ploch Horace Hunter Warden Bandy Jas H Carman Chas Reldel Clint Brnner Lee Walls and David N Howard Card ot Thank5 oare very thankful to the many friends who so kindly assisted us the morning of the fire Ka aridYBs Faoot ILlBwzLIa IT WAS A- BIG DAY People Gather at Kirk Sunday From all Points to Attend The Dedication Ser vices It Could Not Have Been a More Ideal Day Pretty Women Were There With Their Baskets Filled to Overflowing REV CROWE PREACHED THE SERMON Fifteen hundred people attended the dedication of the M E Chnrch at the village town of Kirk Sunday The day was an ideal one Men women and children came from all localities in buggies on horse back and by train The town of Kirk is situated on the Henderson route branch and its in habitants are of the most wideawake and Industrious kind The undertaking of constructing such a magnificent houce of worship in so small a place shows conclusively what perseverance and de termination can do Those who were Instrumental in pushing its construction forward have the praise of the entire community They deserve great honors Iu location is near the railroad in a picturesque and beautiful grove It Is of modern architecture and would do honor to a town of fifty times its size The interior is handsome and artistically finished Elegant pews adorn it and the altar is dainty slightly elevated and sur rounded by a railing of the latest design NOON PROCEEDINGS Everybody was present with a basket overflowing with the substantial of life table cloths wero spread upon the ground and the good women began to arrange their contents The man stood mouths open wide eagerly waiting for the announcement word to reach their ears They formed in groupa and strang ers ami friends from a distance were in vited to partake of their hospitality An abundance of food was on the ground and if anyone failed to get a dinner it was his own fault After the magnificent spread and all had become rested they were directed to a spot just behind the church where a platform had been erected for tho choir and the delivery of the dedicatory cor mon All the members of the Hardlneburg M E Church South choir were present and numerous hymns wore sung This is probably the strongest and best choir in the State Their enunciation is clear and distinct their rendition of songs un der tho direction of Miss Tida Mercer and and Mrs Thomas Withers is far superior to the average choir and they should feel proud of having two people possessed of such rare musical ability Miss Mary Board the countys great est singer rendered a solo which re ceived compliments from the entire con gregation Rev John M Crowe read a chapter or two from the bible interpersed with songs from the choir Rev 0 B Over ton of LousvUlemade the opening pray er alter which the choir sang Jesus Lover of my Soul Rev John M Crowe of Lexington preached the dedication sermon He gave his famous Four fold sermon It was a discourse of two hours in length but the majority of the congregatlonjhad not heard it before and consequently it was appreciated Rev Crowe bears the distinction of being one of our most talented and gifted ministers of the Gospel Hois a great speaker and doesnt lack for words Evervone present felt verylgrateful to him for coming and many were heard to express themselves thU8 J long for the time when I can once more hear Bro Crowe preach The ministers In attendance were Rev Crowe Rev Campbell Rev Davis Rev Overton Rev Roberts Rev Petty and Rev Cox At the conclusion of Rev Crowes dis course Rev F M Petty pastor of the Hardlnabnrcc ME Church began the raising of funds to liquidate the church from all Incumbrancea There was a balance of some 300 and it was but a abort time until pre required amount was raised and a few dollars over The day was a most enjoyable one to all and many old comrades met who had not seen each other for years It was a day of feasting and hand shaking and all nedto their homes rejoicing over the pleasant day spent SMOKE INTHE AIR Pattons Plant Will Be In Full Operation By Thursday ONE MILLION CONTRACT TO START ON The wheels of industry have ouce more began to turn in this city The Pattou Vitrified Brick Works af ter an idleness of two years WitS running Monday afternoon preparatory to stait in full force this week Mr Geo 0 Patton President ot the company has had allof the machinery thoroughly overhauled buildings re paired and yard cleaned Ho has a contract with Louisville par ies to furnish over one million brick He will make nothing but building brick When the plant gets incomplete oper ation it will give employment to some thing near fifty men Mr J H Lloydof Louisville has come to take charge as general foreman Ho has had years of experionco in the business He will be assisted bv Mr William Har per who will have control of the burn ing He is also a Louisville mao Mr Kile Adklajon a sterling young man from Guaton Meade county will be in the department of machinery KENTUCKY CHILDRENS HOME Officers And Committees Of The Har dins burg Auxiliary OfThe Ken tucky Childrens Home Society President Mr C L Beard Secretary Ellen M Stithj Vice President R L McGuffin Treasurer 0 L Beard Committee on Petitions DrlKlucheloe OE Hagwell P M Heard Misses Lillie Scstt rida Mercer Committee on Applications Mrr Green Beard Mr Charles Heston Mr Gus Brown Mr W K Barnes Lgielative Committee G WJ Beard John P Has well Jr Gus Brown Membership Committee Misses Ellen MStlth Bessie Beard Mr B F Beard Mr P1 Beard County Organiration Commlitee C E Uaawell Owen Cuuningham R L McGuOln Press Committee V G Bnbbage A S Worsloy Jesse Whitworth Sunday Sahool Committee V G nab bageJohuP Haswell Sr GusiBrown Committee on Ways and Mean Misses Tida Mercer Lillie Scott Katie Eskridge Eva Heusley Mary Board Irene Board Mrs A U Davis Clothing Committee Mrs Clayton Beard Mrs Morris Biard Mra G W Beard Mrs Coleman Haswell Mrs Jaim Ilensley Mrs Owen Cunningham CLIFTONJVIILLS Success to the Nswa Our Sunday school is quite a success Fanners are preparing for a now to bacco crop Hello Raymond 1 A greeting to you old neighbor =Mrs Wm Urane visited her parents at Webster Sunday Arthur and Thurman Drane Qwere In town Saturday Mr and Mrs Ernest Beauchamp went to Hardinsburg Monday Mr Radehelmer ofJ Cincinnati is vis iting his daughter Mrs Beauchamp- Uhyde Adkisson of Brandenburg is vis iting his aunt Mra Haddock Jthls week Henry Beard was called to to the bed side of his sister at Oorydon Ind Sat urdayMr Radenhelmer sold to Mr Dye hla store house and other property in Clifton Saturday Herbert Haddock of Hardinsbnrg was called to the bedside of his father H 0 Haddock last week Rosco Hendry and Mr Beard of Har dinsburg passed through our town last week enroute to Raymond Gea Nicholson attended the ministers meeting at Raymond the first Sunday and reports a good meeting Mr Styles of Sirocco has moved his sawmill to this place and will give em ployment to several hands for a while Mr Muncie baa sold to Mr J D Hay neaa tract ol land ontalnlng 33 rfor tloOraJa onetrsct1MMOUe of W b ater containing 40 acres fl 0 Haddock baa Deen seriously ill but by the timely and skillful aid of Dra 8 P Parks of Webater and Milner of Union Star he is now on the road to re covery WORKED THE AGENT The Grand Promoter Too Much For The Book Canvasser Mijor Crofoot Organizes the Dietary hausage Trust on n Capital of 5 000000 and Accepts a Small Installment of Cash on Account THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON ICoprlBht 1300 by C D Ixswls It was a canvasser for The Life of Napoleon price 3DO In calf and bo had scarcely exhibited his sample copy when Major Crofoot arose and took hIm by the band and exclaimed Just tIle man I wanted to see of all others In the world I By George but this Is luck I shall Ixj happy to book your or der smilingly replied the canvasser Will you take calf or morocco 1 My dear man continued tho ma jor my name Is on a sign at tbo door but It doesnt etato my business Let mo eay to you that I am a grand promoter of enterprises on organizer a consolidates an originator of some of the most stupendous and gigantic schemes of tho country You have como to tho right man In tho right time Will you toko calf or morocco Six stupendous enterprises In the last six weeks ono per week and every ono of them bound to pay a quar terly dividend of 80 per cent bound to do It Thats 120 per rear and Id like to BOO tho diamond mines doing better Six stupendous enterprises originated capitalized and floated and now comes tho seventh Fortune must bnvo directed your footsteps I am going to take you In 1cs sir Ill give you a show compared to which tho Llfo of Napoleon cant bo mentioned Let mo congratulate you sir let mo Bboko bands with another newborn millionaire Tos but bow about tbo book major was asked You havo heard of tbo dietary sausage of course sold the major as ho walkfcd to and fro Invented by accident by ono of tb greatest chefs In America and as ho had no Idea of what a good thing ho had struck I bought his right title und Interest for SALARY TO BK PAID WEEKLY OB MOSTnLT a mere song Tim d a has jumped into popularity In n day lias nil tbo juiciness of fresh pork the nutritive qualities of licof ntid tho tasto reminds you of venIson can bo mado of seven kinds of meat If you happen to havo them on hand or you cnn gut along with only one Its tbo way they are trIed that makes cm dietary and has set tho gormands crazy sure to drlvo every other sausage out of the market In tour weeks Inorotiuro to do It cnn be furnished as rations to every army and navy In tho world can bo sold In ovcry hotel boarding house and family wherever humanity exists good for breakfast dinner or supper cant run no romp meeting picnic or Sunday school excursion with out em My dear fellow man your fortune Is made If you would select tbo style of binding began the man But wovo got to go a little slow for a few weeks interrupted tho major There is a disposition on tbo part of tbo worlds aristocracy to class sau sago way down on tbo list of meats cant expect that lords and dukes and presidents will order a second plato of them until tbcy realize that it wont affect their social positions got to look out for social prestige you know Onco get tho whirlwind of popularity started and tho public wont stop to uk whether our dietaries arc mnula or dim mrsn or coco mataug tfit thug IB to warrant them to euro indi gestion torpid liver and all that They are a spring and tall tonic All sing ers actresses and athletes uoo them testimonials from professors actors clergymen and thousands of others and all family doctors recommend them above everything else And there you are my boy there you are and- SAlIM ahaka tAB4a vrIH ran amis r3PAGEST COLUMNS Ab olutelyI Pure For the third ofa century the standard for strength and purity It makes the hot bread hot biscuit cake and other pastry light sweet and excellent in every quality No other baking powder is just as good as Royal either in strength purity or wholesomeness Man low priced Imitation baking powders are upon the market These are made with alum and care should be taken avoid them alum a poison never bo taken the food ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WULIAM ST NEW YORK n vrjt VKJ occit ir ynr TOO price calf is And you are to be our purchasing agent and buy our niw material Diet ary sausages Till be mado In several different lengths and sIzes and wo shall use beet pork mutton fish and what not everything to bo bought alIve and killed In onr own slaughter bouses and hashed up with our own knives You attend to tho buying and I attend to the tryIng Millions of dollars will pass through your hands every year but we shall trust to your honesty salary 15000 per year tit least and you come In on tile ground floor for stock I just lack 10 to meet the expenses of organization and Ill borrow of you for a day or two Wo shall capitalize at 5000000 but probably Incrwise to 15000000 Inside of a year And what Is the name pleaso My name s Taylor slowly replied the canvasser but I have no 10 to put Into your scheme Im soiling the Ute of Napoleon It Is printed from new Large type Illustrated by Yes wo will call the Great Amcr lean Dietary Sausngo company Inter rupted the major and as purchasing agent well deposit 500000 to your credit to start on salary to bo paid weekly or monthly Just as you elect and the dividends on tbo stock to como quarterly I need 10 to see my way door but If you caut sparo that sum give mo i And there you arc sir there you arc nut I havent got Dont ncgloct this golden opportuni ty my dear contemporary dont do It The man who Invented the Welsh nIl bit made 3000000 and lived to bo 00 years old Angel cako brought Its In ventor 1000000 while bo lived and n monument 40 feet high after death Hoky poky Ico cream wont be In with dietary sausage Peanut brittle and lobster salad have already gone to the rear Why sir any moment a telegraph boy may como In with a tele gram from tIle president reading Con gratulations on your dietary havo only eaten one barrel and am sure I shall bo rvnomlnntcd Send another by express The very next mall will probably bring unsolicited testimonials from n dozen actresses null tour orfive senators It Is needless for me to tell you that delays are dangerous Time tide and tile dietary sausage wait for no man If you havent got 5 Ill try and make a do Leave your name i lull 3- jj The Life of Napoleon I Never mind the Life of Napoleon i my boy Napoleon was great man but Major Crofoot wasnt on earth then We arcnot delving In the past but digging Into the future Where Napoleon made 100 youll make 5 000 Let others conquer tho world by force of arms If they will but well conquer by force of dietary sau sage Youve certainly got about you I want to get tho organization perfected today Ive Ive only got dollar stam mered tho canvasser as ho exhibited thobllLWell Ill take It and make It go as tar as It will replied tho major as tho greenback changed bauds Youll feel safer tor having Invested money In tho enterprise Stock will bo ready In about two weeks and as soon as we can erect and equip a factory youll begin purchasing stock Yes Ill make tbo dollar do and youd bet ter begin posting up on meats When wo once get started But came up hero to sell you this bookl i- Wha woNk 5VfCMtltarted wen Concluded ra Eighth page r I 56 i to M U to In m It It 5 It a It 2 a I n = = = =RECOVERING RAPIDLY Engineer Henry Wright returned last week from Iouiivillu where he had his foot amputated several inches above the ankle He is now out on crutches and is recovering rapidly Mr Wright hRS been Buffiring all win ter with a diseased ankle hone and am putation the last resort was found nec essary toeave his life J 0 Kennedy Honnokt Tenn says D6ittsWitcliwhat the looters oalloil an incurable ul cer on n y jv Ouraa piles and all skin dieeates Look nut for worthless Imitations A It 1Fisher Ill With Fever Mr John Duller a highly respected cltizsn of the Weat View neighborhood U confined to his bd with lever Mr llutler IB 40 years old and a prominent citzen of that section Doesnt Look Well Mr Houston Dellavtin was present att the dedication of the M1 E church at Kirk Sunday He said the wheat crop wasut looking aa well as he anticipated anti in general tho cereal dill not have a healthful appearance Her Recovery Doubtful Mrs M D Pumphrey who resides near West View la critically 111of consumption and her recovery is doubt ful Mrs Pnmphrey Jma reached the ripe old aite of 71 and Is a most elegant oM lady Great opoortunMynfleied to good reli able men Salary of15 per week and ex penses for Ulan with rijt to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer In- the country Send atamp7 American Mff Co Terre Haute Ind On The marguerite The following party were the guests of Mr 0 T Skillman on bin naphtha auudi Sunday afternoon Misses AI lien Murray Elizabeth Skillman Mar ini Elizabeth and Margaret Bowmer RoyIIlyslr hourIand tWHnty minutes to Addieon where tile party called on Miss Nellie Burks and cpent a delightful afternoon Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller eyer produced every flock and poultry ralcer buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with Matnp American MIl Co Terre Haute Ind CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children Thi KW Yoy Hall Always BttjM Bears the Signature of I ijN it lor 1tytf 1J I J 1 W J I 4- t c I2 THE BIRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 1- it t r it itJ i Ci I 4I S 1 4l l HYPNOTISM The Influence Of An Active Mind Over A Passive One THE COMING SCIENCE By Sin Hattie Grlnnell This has been a wonderful century and might be termed the Wonder Period of the worlds progress Ohemis try photography microscopy hypno tism telepathy telegraphy and many other sciences have made rapid strides The Nineteenth Century has given ns B noble growth of much rich fruit Hypnotism is what we might call a unique or quite an exalted science for just common ordinary everyday folks to attempt to handle It contains powers and mysteries that are beyond the scope of those who are not particularly sclen tific Geology pierces the earth and as tronomy takes us to the start even so this science carries us to a still deeper one of moulding the human wlllthb most Independent and Godlike faculty given and when it comes to yielding up that will to another WI naturally rebel a littleProf Harraden is the worlds greatest living hopnotist He has been termed a crank but so have all other enthusiastic progressive scientific people Gall leo Sir Isaac Newton even Columbur Morse Edison and many others have been placed In the same category with him I have noticed fur n year or moro Ihal progressive legislators jurists phy sicians teachers nurses employers and in fact all persons who are required to influence others either in public or pri vate life have been believers in this science to a certain degree The in fluence of one mind over Another is al most like nn nnn tliotic in surgery or In the sick room Wlnn a child is ill the influence of the mothers or fathers mind over It Is snmutliirlg miraculous I believe that is hytmothM I believe one mind must be iir ru pdEaivo than the other but not ntcutearily weaker in in tellect If adultsarethoBubjects Though we have never wltueeevd any startling phenomena of the science why should not we believe what we read and have heardothers tell I believe in instantaneous hyptnotism as a mothers hands on the brow ol her child to relieve or alleviate pain or a wifes ministries to a husband who is suffering Thit is not miraculous but truly a scientific fact We should not at this age ever refuse investigation of anv science that doesnt conflict with orthodox religions belief Religion and science should go hand in hand Our minds should be swept clear of all super stition and also of antique prejudices and rustic misconceptions All science and discoveries should be accepted as a trust and should be used for the good of human beings and for the honor and glory of God This century has developed many re markable ways of iutercommunication too which no doubt the coming century Will carry on to greater perfection Time space matter will be wonderfully sub jected by the mind of man I believe two persons in close mental sympathy with each other woo Lave a great deal frl affinity can transmit and rccieve thought a hundred miles a part The twentieth century will greatly increase no doubt the facilities of inter communication between minds Why not What have steam and electricity done- I believe in brain communication as much as by telegraph or telephone I be lieve in mind waves as much as in the ebb and flow of the oceans waves The theory is not near as Incredulous as that of reproducing in a phonograph the voice of one whose very accents and tones we recognize long after that voice is still in death 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 results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy 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 lates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years ball druareiats in the world For sale by A It FISHER GllennltlK Joke lieII know a man who would bo willing to give 1000 to hear you sing She Totally deaf I presume IIeYes And after he had heard you ho would give another thousand dollars to be deaf again I Imagine This fable tor ladles teaches that the easiest way to Irritate the gentleman to whom one may be married Is to guess hiS joke In advance Indianap oils Press abe Set a Good Example It a woman can refrain from spit tint on tho sidewalks and In the street cars a man can Memphis Appeal 1 LL1 ILL1SLAIGHTER HIiIIIDIII1U1B1UU1m I I 1 1J I II ii I iiTheiiIi Biggest Known for Years in This Ii iLocalityi 0 IIIi I i SEE SOME OF OUR PRICES I Calicoes 4 and 4c per yard J yardd worth It15c will go at 9c rf Percales worth lOc go at 7c JI m Nice line of Dress Trimmings Laces j7yj and Embroideries at less than ps wholesale prices 15c Suspenders at iiii8c 25c Suspenders at 19c J I1II1We SHOES will makega j 1 prices so low that iiyou will buy for fe future useri CLOTHING Suits ata Suits 8595 every thing proportion GROCERIES Tomatoes ICoffeeMens Trunks regular price QueensII Jf IIVeryRespectfully 1f1fa I1fWilson Cobb McQUADY KENTUCKYjL rn m Ih dJ Gada tm iG1da ttittitaa1 mf1 Lit Ih da1Lt tG 1m mmmmmm i im u An Exclnnmtnry Same 0 Myc called the Justice In the Harrison street police court today and a Blleuco fell over tho room while the crowd looked around to see why the justice hail uttered tho sudden ex cIa IIlntl on 0 Myel O Mol again called tho magistrate more loudly and Ilalllff Barnet hurried to the bar and asked the justice what was offending his dig nity Call O Mye Mr Uallirr ordered the court and Barnett repeated tho words In tones that could bo heard on the street Tho olllccr glared about for the person who ho thought was guilty of contempt of court and when a meek appearing man left his sent and walk ed toward the bar liarnctt seized him and declared him under arrest Is this the man who is guilty your honor asked tho bailiff What Is y sir name asked the court without heeding Barnetts ques tionO Myc answered the prisoner and the bailiff tool a tighter hold on his col IUIIYes your honor from the prisoner Then It dawned on the bailiff that he had nude a mistake O Myc who said his first name was Oliver had been ar rested for begging on the street When time policeman who arrested him told him that ho hadi abused several persons who had refused him alms his namo was uttered by several In tho court Time prisoner likewise said Oh myl when he got a flue of 50 Chicago t7275 Arthur Blain of Stephensport was in the city Monday Never Admit Defeat Never admit defeat or poverty though you seem to be down and have not a cent Stoutly assert your divino right to be a man to hold your head up and look the world In tbo taco Step bravely to the front whatever opposes and tho world will make way for you No one will insist upon your rights while you yourself doubt that you pos seas the qualities requisite for success Never allow yourself to be a traitor to your own cause by undermining your self confidence There never was a tlmo before when original force was so much In demand as now Tbo namby pam by nerveless man has little show In the hustling world of today In tho twentieth century a man must either push or be pushed Every ono admires the man who can assert his rights and has the power to demand and tako them It denied to him No ono can respect the man wh6 slinks In tho rear and apologizes for being In the world Negative virtues are of no uso In winning ones way It Is tho positive man the man with original energy and push that forges to tho front Success J Q Hood Justice of the Peace Oros by Hiss makes the following state- mentI I can certify that One Minute Cough Cute will do all that is claimed for it My wife could not get her breath and the first dose of it relieved her It I has also benefited my whole family It acts immediately and cures coughs colds croup grippe bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung troublesA B Fisher 800 and line Can 8c Corn 7c Soda 2c 1 J IAll our Hats and ware will go at 25 per I persistent Fine Group of Young Men Attending College I at Toblntport Owen Joe and George Champion Ivan Martin and J K Boyle of Derby Ind and Sam Gross ofTobineport stu dents at Prof Powells Normal school at Toblnsport Ind were in town Satur day and called at the NEWS office After suffering from severe dyspepsia over twelve years and using many reme dies without permanent good I finally took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It did me BO much good I recommend it to every one writes J E Watkins Clerk and Recorder Chillicothe Mo It digests what you eatA E Fisher The Independent Farmer The farmer does not have to solicit tho patronage of any one He does not have to enter into competition and strife with his neighbors like the merchant he does not have to warp the truth like some people In facthe can be the most independent man on Gods green earth it he manages his affairs In a business like manner He has more time and equal opportunities for improving his mind j he has less allurement for coi rupting his morals and his occupation is conducive to the highest development of his physical powers He can be on in timate terms with his whole family at peace with the world and can worship God under his own fig tree none dar- Ing to molest or make him afraid 10110 t 695 at i else in this ffi in i r Ufa 1 Dewey Gave Her A Gavel Admiral Dewey has presented to Mrs Lizzie S Belding regent of Sarah Trum bull chapter Daughters of the American Revolution of Rockville Conn for the use of the chapter a gavel made from teakwood taken from the port side of the flagship Olympia while under repairs at the Ohatlestown yard Its artistic beau ty and historical value together with the personal favor conferred is much appre elated by the Daughters of the Rockville especially The shape Is novel the handle being tastefully beaded and the head carved in a handsome figure The gavel is in closed in a handsome box Springfield Maes Republican Science has found that rheumatism is caused by uric acid in tho blood This poison should be excreted by the kidneys No rheumatism with healthy kid neys Foleys Kidney Cure always makes them well Moorman Owen White of the Boiled Egg Unfit to Eat Very few persons can eat the white of a hardboiled egg with any degree of comfort Eggs are highly nutritious and easy of digestion when lightly or undercooked The albumen the white of the egg coagulates as soon as it is dropped Into hot water The long boll ing renders tho yolk soft and mealy but the white becomes tough and indi gestible and should be discarded May Ladles Home Journal AT REST Mrs Anna doff Harris Died At Tob Inaport Thursday nay 3rd Mrs Anna Goff Harris aged seventy eight years died at the home of her daughter Mrs Ones Adams at Toblna port Ind Thursday May 3rd Mrs Harris had been a widow for fortyfour years and leaves four children and a number of grandchildren She was bur led in the Tobineport cemetery Saturday afternoon May 6tb Rev Murr conduct ing the services Mrs Harris was loved and respected by all who knew her and will be greatly missed Strawberry Flitting In Chile A singular custom prevails in Chile which In these days of aseptic pro cautions will cause a shudder among those who see Infection lurking In av ery detail of life It Is called straw berry fishing and Is conducted In this fashionAt close of a dinner the cloth la removed and there Is placed upon the table an Immense bowl Into which are emptied half a dozen bottles of Bor deaux wine four of cherry and two of rum besides sugar and nutmeg Into this mixture Is put a very large straw berry which floats upon tho surface The bowl Is provided with two han dles These are used to lift the vessel and tilt It so that the strawberry may be brought near the edge and sucked into the mouth This would appear an easy feat but It Is a difficult one ns the fruit rolls over when touched with the lips The contestant In the effort swallows a considerable quantity of the liquid concoction This Is the reason for the game for the bowl Is passed from one to the oth er many times In succession before the strawberry Is captured When that moment finally arrives all of tho guests have reached a ripe stage of hilarity This Is the game as It Is played among tho higher classes Among those pf n lower social standing the fiery liquor of the country Is substituted for wine With them straw berry fishing develops Into a function compared to which a fighting mixed ale party In this town is tho recreation of a group of pence seeking Quakers New York Sun- Ltneolna Coolncii Thomas F Prcndlc for 35 years a doorkeeper at tho executive mansion used frequently to accompany Presi dent Lincoln on his walks about town and IIIIR many Interesting things to tell of that great roan whom he believes to have been one of the bravest men the world has ever known On one occasion Prcndlo was walk Ing with tho president down a flight of steps at the navy department when they came suddenly upon a man who was evidently endeavoring to hide him self In a dark corner at the bottom of tho staircase Observing the stranger and fearing ho meant harm to the president Ircndlo essayed to place his hody In a Iposition to protect his com panionMr Lincoln however bravo and fearless as always stepped forward and closely scrutinized the man who ran rapidly up the steps and turning squarely around when he reached tho top looked down upon the president who did not falter but continued to gaze sharply at him On their return to the White House Mr Lincoln said qulto calmly Prcndlc do you know I received a letter last night warning mo against a man who exactly an swered the description of that man wo met on the stepsLeslies Weekly Cedar Twenty Centurlo Old Some cedars are undoubtedly moro than 2000 years old for though on good moraine soil they grow about as fast as oaks on baro pavements and smoothly glaciated overswept granlto ridges In the dome region they grow extremely slow One on the Starr King ridge only 2 feet 11 Inches In diameter was 1140 years old Another on the same ridge only 1 foot 7 Inches In diameter had reached tho age of 834 years The first 1C Inches from the bark of a medium seized tree0 feet In diameter on tho north Tenaya pavement bad 850 layers of wood or 67 to tho Inch Beyond this tho count was stopped by dry rot and overgrown wounds The largest I examined was S3 feet In girth or nearly 10 feet In diameter and though I failed to get anything like a complete count I learned enough from this and many other specimens to convince mq that most of tho trees 8 to 10 feet thick standing on polish ed glacier pavements are moro than 20 centurion of age rather than less Barring accidents for all I can see they would live forever When killed they waste out of existence about as slowly as granite John Muir In At lantic Stuck And you nro stuck on your last husband l wo faltered wishing to seem very sympathetic The beautiful woman burst Into tearsI never was so badly stuck on a husband In all my Ufa sho sobbed I supposed bo was worth a million and ho Isnt worth anything In our material age tho word stuck has lost much of Its tenderly sentimen tal significance and is mostly used as here In Its technical commercial sense Detroit Journal Tony Ea r Job Got a letter from Tony tho other day said Aunt Hcpzlbah Linchpin Whats ho doin asked the caller anything with a lot of rich men that have a club house and play some kind of game Ive forgot what It Is but anyway all Tonys got to do is to carry a bag with ticks In It and the men use the sticks and do all tho vrorleCaicaso Trib una ARJUKIRST Cauneltons Leading Tailor WILL ATTEND TOT YOUR WANTS WHEN IN- NEEDa O NNNN NNtI GREGORY LUMBER COiiDoors Sash Laths Shingles Cement Hay Mixed Fertilizer mount Wagons R B Ewtog tf NNN NNNN 4 iN P WING RT Merchant Tailor Suitings iand Repair Work A SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman Sons old furniture stand CloverportKy PARKER I I AMeetrrI I Cutorqtalefp1Jr hrtrf I aiandlwas Dro News and OpinionsOP National Importance 4 THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Dally by mall 600 a yeau l Dally and Sunday by mall 800 a yearjl The Sunday Sun la the greatest Sunday Newspaper In the world Price fio a copy By mail 92 a year Address THE SUN New York J He Hunsche The TAILOR- Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Fridayof every month withCasper May Co OANNBLTON IND spsX5S Best Goods I FOR BEST BUYERS Buyers who are i unable to find what i they want in their j own town will hive j the satisfaction of i being pleased by sending an order to MISS ADDlEfirG DITTO 1010 ROOKS- TLoUisville Ky r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 3 I r e lktt r t f- ns Y ro a Light PLANOBinders Mowers HeadersHay No Equal No Equal the Field THE FAMOUS PLANO FLYWHEEL ATTACHMENT Is furnished with the Jones Lever Binder It is a most valuable attachment because The FlyWheel causes a binder to work with even steady motion over rough uneven ground The FlyWheel causes a bundle to be bound tightly without checking the motion of the machine The FlyWheel causes a binder to run lightly over soft or wet ground where it wouldotherwise lire down j The FlyWheel causes a binder to remain in motion while turning a corner The FlyWheel causes a bundle to be bound and discharged after the team stops leaving the sickle u ind canvases absolutely clean- THIS VALUABLE ATTACHMENT IS FURNISHED ONLY WITH THE JONES LEVER BINDER 1fThoI Jones Lever Binder has the simplest knotter in the world and it has onehalf lees pieces than its- Ikimplest rival It is the most perfect in the world Farmers it Will ay You to See this MachineWe handle all the leading brands of Highgrade Fertilizers for Tobacco Corn Wheat and Potatoes Steam Threshers Boilers Saw v Mills and Engines Flour Mill Feed Cycle Grinders Etc BATES MILLING COMPANY McQUADY KENTUCKY HAVE YOU SEEN HAN S 7NS Wonderful Calculating Pencil Farm Board smith death that with twist your That quicker than never That calculates anything from 1x13 eye That hundreds calculations with an itCAN YOU BEAT 2 tell quickly the example how much is 9x180 23x8120 It is says Pittsburgh Press It is ingenious mechanism deal our read says Traveler Anarticle greatest educational merit says the Companion is greatest educational novelty the day lICIt saystho Free Press Special Introductory THE EDUCATIONAL VALUE Of this Arithmetical is on highest Multiplication Table it know it Yet many never learn it thus hindered in acquiring quickness and calculations so necessary to business success It is especially recommended to people starting in business life to those with neglected education Teachers recom mend it their use the imparts knowledge of these 5 time required the usual methods Even the office of U S government has recognized educational recommended that superintendents of all be supplied with samplesTHE CALCULATORIIs made of pure Aluminum attached to standard quality It fits any common lead It also has the advantage lengthener eraser and it can be in tho vest H DIRECTIONS Revolve the windowed tube by until the figures you wish multiply on tube underneath the top cap The product will underneath To multiply Ua180 turn 9 on tube under on cup from the product 162 off the last as cents 162 cipher by the BRECKENRIDGE NEWSCloverport A FARM t at 01 Kirk Buys The Veatherford near Har dlnsburg Wincbell of Kirk has Milton of Ilardlneburg the iberford farm oi 186 acres lying near for 1260 He will quit the at Kirk and live new farm which Is said to be one 9 cheapest In the county a Epidemic For Wheeling Cough winter during an epidemic of oping congh my childrenjcontracted disease severe coughing liew We bad used Chamberlains jh Remedy very successfully for p and naturally turned to it at that and found it the cough and ted a complete cure John E Ohf Proprietor House Nor This Is for sale by ffleper Oloverport R A Shell port Reading Club i account of the of Mrs Alex ms at Philadelphia the fer meeUng of the Ladies pee not held last week te club will meet after t at the home of Mr HBowmer The Pencil figures a of wrist figures you and makes a mistake to 12x24 in the twinkle of an gives you of the swift ness and accuracy equaling export Have you IT Can you as as pencil for 11x82400 or or truly a little wonder the a marvel of and has excited a great of interest among ers the Boston of the Youths the of Detroit Value 15c Pencil based the contains Every person should They are accuracy in mental young and to pupils because the of pencil a figures in of the by Indian the merits and the Indian schools 5 and a pencil of pencil of being a pencil point protector a pencil andan carried pocket to figure on appear in window 18 shown in window point figure and add For Sate Ky BUYS Winchell ram bought Hnabnrg business having relieved Norwood fcNY remedy 8ephe Ladies brother Pa Rending tomorrow W Price Corinths New Pastor I Rev Dan Shacklett has been called to the Corinth church at Jolly Station He preached his first sermon there Sunday May Gtb to a large congregation Everyone was much pleased Iwith the new pastor Unable To Work Chas Replogle of Atwater 0 was unable to work on account of kidney trouble After using Foleys Kidney Cure four days be was curedMoor man Owen Fortythree Soldiers Mrs Kruger Is reported saying in an interview that she had in the field thirty three grandsons four sons sfx sonsin law and numerous other relatives Several have been killed Childlike Confidence- At this vernal season of the year when all animate things are full of hope and joy and anticipation nothing In the whole realm of naturejls more beautiful than the childlike confidence of Prohi bitionists that their party is marching on to aasnred victory In the nearjfatnre The more one contemplates their aim pie unreasoning faith the subllmer it seems Ex Running Have In Construction Have In can t its AttaoVeil to tho fakery A plausible tale of a man who bought a loaf of bread and took away more property than ho paid for Is told by the Pawtucket correspondent of the Prov Idence Telegram Tho man was in a hurry to catch a car IIIs Impatience mado the clerk nerv ous She forgot to snap tho string which bound tho paper about tho loaf and away sped tho man with the loaf whllo tho string reeled olr behind him lie caught the car all right and al though tho conductor and some of tho passengers noticed as ho sat down close to tho door that the twine paid Itself out as tho car rolled nlong tho man did not discover tho tanglo until bo alighted In tho meantime the con ductor was having a good time As passengers stepped ot the platform ho cautioned them not to walk on that string and they did not It might have looked mysterious to tho peoplo who saw the string moving along tho street for tho unraveling continued until the bakery twine bob- bIn had been nearly emptied by the connected loaf a mllo away Tho man with the bread felt a tug at his loaf as ho stepped down from the car Then he followed up tho cord winding as ho went Ho was ono of those strictly honest mon who want nothing that does not belong to them and the best part of the story is that he followed tho string back winding as he walked and in due time entered the bakery and restored the ball of twine FOR SUMMER WEAR The Different Designs Used In Mak- Ing Organdies And Other Thin Dresses Organdies and all materials for sum mer frocks arc now begin nmdo up in many different designs Tiin same style that has been fashionable for the last few years of trimming with lace insertion andembroidery is still popular and the lines of either the lace or the embroid ery are put on in many different shapes They will outline an apron front a pointed front trim till flounce that goes around the skirt or else trim three flounc es in succession or the bands of lace are put between rows of narrow tucks The newest skirts of oil are those that have rows of shirring around the sides and hack t ut this is a fashioni thaI is very rarely becoming so that some com promise will have to be effected One compromise Is to have the rows of shirring Just In the back and put on so as to form a Vsbape thus giving a longer line or tho front will be plain There will be some narrow pleats across the hips and then the back aJdn will bo plain For young girls there are rows of shir ring that come well below the hips the rest of the material being left to hang plain but even for young girls the rows of cording or shirring around the hips are unbecoming to the figure and con sequently tho tucked and pleated effects are preferred LingnlUo odalttea I came across n colored man who spoko with a German accent tho oth er day said n prominent stockbroker I dropped Into n restaurant not far from the city hall for lunch and the walter who took my order although unmistakably n colored man spoko as though ho bad Just come from some Pennsylvania Dutch settlement up tho state Tho thing was so pronounced that I spoko to the proprietor about It and found that my suspicions wero correct The man was a full blooded negro but he had been born and rais ed In n small town near Heading nnd had always associated with the whites who spoke PennsylvaniaI lintel Queer Isnt It- Ob I dont knowI said ono of tho party whoso business takes him through the west A short time ago I came across n German who spoko English with n decided Irish brogue He was an educated young fellow a graduate of a German university and bo was very anxious to learn English no drifted out to Chicago and from there to a lumber camp up In Wiscon sin Here ho thought would bo an excellent chance to learn the language But all the men In the camp wcro Irishmen Of course tho young Ger man didnt know that and ho fell readily Into their mode of speech AtItho end of a year ho returned to cago very proud of having mastered surprlsIcdnever lost It It clings to him as close ly ns though lie had been born In Coun ty Antrim Philadelphia Evidence necordI In 1870 tho contractors firm of Com stock White was doing business at Fort Wallace In the course of a quar ref Comstock killed White White had a brother In New York a lawyer I who came out to visit tho law upon his brothers slayer Comstock was arrested and brought before Judgo Joyco at Hays City Tho prisoner walked Into tho courtroom Judge Joyces saloon with two big six shoot ers belted to his hips Mlstbcr Cotnstock yo are charged with willful murther Are yo guilty or not guilty asked the judge Guilty was the laconic response This was entirely beyond Judgo Joyces calculations no bad no prece I dent for such a case and no power orI Inclination to visit out a penalty and so with great Indignation ho shouted MYo are a fool for tcllln HI Did any i wan see ye do It I No was the prisoners response Thin 01 discharge yo for want of II Ivldcncc declared his honor and thereupon all the boys moved up tho bar and took sunthln with toII ComstockBut the feelings of Mr White of Now York who had come to avengo his brothers slaying Kansas City Journal Tho RunInn Peaaant It Is asserted by thoso who havo lived among them that tho lowest types of modern European civilization arc probably tho Russians Whllo writers and travelers vary as to tho future of Russia nearly all are agreed as to the utter degradation aj present of tho Russian peasant IIo Is always on the verge of starvation and Is absolutely Improvident whllo his gross and complete Ignoranco Is combined with tho most extravagant supersti tion Like all low natures he Is thor oughly distrustful of reform and as a climax to his Infirmities ho Is a con firmed drinker Middle class In Russia there is lime tically none The small shopkeepers combine exorbitant charges with shameful usury Manufacturers and producers are nearly all foreigners and the larger trade of tho country Is chiefly in German bands Education may after the lapso of several genera tlons remove tho Inherent dullness of this people but It will bo no easy mat ter to root out evils which aro tho growth of centuries of serfdom and distressCleveland Plain Dealer DeWlUs Little Early Illsrs are the finest pllla I ever nsedD J Moore Millbrook Ala They quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles A B Fisher Cs y r trERleprosyPhysiciansone afflicted with this terrible disease Even now doctors know of no remedy for this fearful malady J while admitting it to be a blood disease they still insist that there is no hope outside of a surgical operation and advise you to have the Cancer cut out but at the same time cannot assure you that it will not return You may cut or draw out the sore but another will come in its place for the disease is In the bloodIs deepseated and destructive and beyond the reach of the surgeons knife or caustic fleshdestroying plasters The blood must be purified and strengthened the system relieved of all poisonous effete matter before the Cancer sore will heal S S S is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating poison and force it out of the blood It builds mi and invigorates the old and supplies new rich life bdving blood S S S is a purely vegetable remedy no mineral Cancer is not always inherited your family may be free from any taint yet your blood may become so polluted that a severe lmpIJJre ffifiwoeff invites Disease or little pimple on the eyelid up or nose a small lump on the jaw or breast a harmless looking wart or mole and other causes so insignificant as to attractI little or no attention If you an obstinate sore dont rely upon salves or ointments to cure Itbegin with S S Sat once it will cleanse blood and prevent the formation of cancerous Mr R Shire IA Plata Mo write It A imall pimple came on my Jaw about one Inch the ear onlhel ftsideof my face At irat It Rave me no trouble anti I did not think It was anything serious until the lawJ began to welt and beeline much Inflamed At the same time the sore began to spread and eat into the flenli and gave me Intense pain I tried everything I could hear of but nothing did me any I Send for our special book on Cancer it contains much information that will interest you it is free ever for this Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA Developing Coal Lands Above JLcwIsport L8 Powers of this place and Mr Hudson of the THX H road aro developing their coal lease above Lewisport this find of ta over four feet thick and they have a bed of pure white clay six teen feet thick This ia the beginning as nearly every man who owns lands will open up this fall or lease to parties have capital Hawesvillo Plain dealer NEWSOMSI I t Do you want to i buy a house I Call on R L Newsom- DoiI you farm want to rent a house or I Call on R L Newsom Do you want legal documents drawn up such as deeds mort gages bonds agreements etco I Call R L Newsom i I Do you want to borrow money I IICan Somebody Do you want to place a loan and and have it well secured Call R L Newsom- Do you want to know if Cloverport is on a fresh boom Call on R L Newsom Do you want to know which is greater crime j to kill a man or steal a state Call on Somebody that knowsIn any one visiting Cloverport with a view of buying property or locating will be driven around and shown the place and its advantages and with his forty years experience he can point you out any defects of title Money saved is money made Call on R L Newsom BANKOF HAEDIITSB1TRG B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice Preaident M H BEARD Cashier G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE R M JOLLY DIRECTORS INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd Is headed by Commodore Sampson I63a nn of King Trenton 15615 the greatest prize winning Poland China hog Commodore Sampson Is a duplicate ofbleed sire and we can truthfully say without couotlthathog or so tine an Individual within her borders aledIIOWIIIIII Irvlngton Ky GEO He CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Ben Pollclssfor least money la I4Flre Tor nado tad Accident insurance BRANDENBURG KY IS NOT- 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full of sunshine with an immense circulation among the best people everywhere You ought to ttake it NOTICD I We are going to send you soon a sample copy of the Farm Journal free and let It speak for itself Lookout for it rNiN N411 N 1 N M- LYONSI i i TRADE 1 I I I t MARK t III I i LAXATIVE j SYRUPNATURES i CONSTIPATION made from the chol cest extracts of lIs and fruits contains no In drugs and Is the best pre forIthedispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and makes the complexion clear anylaxatlveyourIdrUgglstadults For sale by druggists at las per bott- leNrNrN NiN e NwN For Sal by SHORT ft IIAYHBS CLOVERPORT KY F 6- lL i ff- I ff fI I I f e 1 3 t I I 4 1 r y 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 e e f i k f f J i f 1 tt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Jno D B V 0 Battage Editors sad ProptUt CARDS OP TUAXKS ertrfiTellnti chirped for at the rated 10 enl per line OCITCAUIES charged for at the rate tf been peruse HONEY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1000 JUDGE Horace Bidille an eminent jurist of Indiana is lead Ho wets iiinot yearn old SOUTH African novspapor correspond ents are of the belief that the war ii8 practically ovor TUE iciool ojnsus list showy tho number of school children in the county to bo six thousand niuo hundred E P JAMES of Morgnntowu has au nounced himself as candidate for tho Republican nomination for congress in the third district- Ctovsimour hall ovory appearance of n metropolis Saturday Tho stores vrcr full of country pooplo doing their spring shopping and every branch of trade wa benefited TUB fiftythird annual conclave of the Knights Tomplar of Kentucky is ir session today at Cyuthhiua About three hundred knights will Iw in ntten dance and an interesting program has been arranged WILUAJI JBXXIXOS BRYAN visited South Bond Ind recently to confer with tho lenders of Democracy relative to the rapid growth of the Dewey move meat Ho advised them to take stop to rrnsh ita progress TUB Republican State Convention to elect four delegates from the Stnteat large to tho National Convention in Philadelphia and two presidential elect ors will be held nt the Auditorium in Louisville tomorrow Slay 17th Tins chairman of the Ureckenridge Democratic comuiittee hag called the vuiiuH TOCinct inventions to meet in their respective voting plttceB in Brook- enridl county at 2 oclock p in on next Saturday May 10 to select delo gutis to meet at the court hone in liar ilin burg Monday May Mud 1900 Tins meeting of delegates at Hnnliiw burg iis for the jmrponj of selecting dele gesso to represent the Democrats of Itatkviiriilge county at thoDktrict Con vcntiou to lie held at Dftn town Thurs day May 34th 1000 n n M111 HICJIAHD W KNOT elites of the Kviiiing Pont nays that the fight ngaiuit the Barber Asphalt Trust ling at oat bun won before the Louisville city f iniicil The fight him been on for six years and it battlieeii A determined fight Mush credit in duo Mr Knott nmlotker in ImiHVille for their unceafiiiigwBrfare ngaiiiHt this giant monopoly The Ken tin ky Asphalt people can now liave SOUK showing for their product in the iilyr of LnuiMville where heretofore they liuvi been practically excused Drool mile county hal beets interested in flu termination of the matter BM we liVf here a large product of ieiq halt that can m w be worked and marketed tallt advantage FA 1UJKKS AX1 rilOSlKniTY1 WHKM bnghiem U on the upward and lute been for thein v an it in today Fit eighteen months the confidence Ill1l1 have in their ability to succeed la woiiditfol Singularly enough men go iin debt lu good time inch an we have in iv with every awnrance that in time t4 y eon get out all right With some 1iivi t nuts out wen while many full in the attempt Th business prosperity of a country inducement tar men to makeii Ii gi fast ell 1IdUM of investment Jut now f in in the btuineu world are better tC n ttUoy have been slave 13 Every II iiirtmeutt of trade Is prospering The 11fIIacturc1 the tradesman the nier IJ nt the farmer all are doing well W en wi look track over the pttuicky tin of Oft wo eau hardly realize how the volume of business bas iuemised to sue imimtknu proportions But in a count 17 like ours many great things nr I itsible Mil h If our preneut prosperity in fact till of it in traceable directly to the producer When the fanner begin to stint himself in his living the mer chant buys 114xl awl oouequeutly the wholoMilc dealer sells Iless This affects the milroiula and they onrry lees So this tiling of bufliueeB begins with tho tho farmer He in the food producer of this country and when ho mown everything moves There are 8000000 farmers in this country and it in said their capital invested is nearly threo timOR that of tho manufacturer Ilenco ho is quite n fact tor in tho success of many institutions When his products command a good price tho fanner begins to provide bet ter for his family Ho also wants Im provements on his farm and looksaround for machinery This starts tho manu factories to going and there is on easy sort of fooling overyw- hore71ir9TORtd Bean the BIgnatnra of TUB REUNION AT LOVISVILL Is another column wo have publish tho program of tho United Confedcra Veterans RQunion to bo held in Loul yule May 30th 31st and Juno 1st 2nd and 3rd Tho last day of tho Ronnio Sunday Juno 3rd will be the 02nd nn nlversnry of the birthday of Jefferson Davis and is sot apart for special Men orial ceremonies to tho mumory of Mr Davis who was born in Kentucky near Louisville to tho peerless Daughter of the Confederacy and to ovory ono of tho heroic officers and privates who 111vo gone to join thom around tho great white throne The total number of camps now at mitted into the general1 federation i18 1264 with applications for nearly ono hundred more Kentucky will bo ropn seated by 50 camps All oxconfedorat soldiers and sailors nut included uro urged to form local associations and ni- ply to headquarters at Now Orleans for organization papers In timo to partici pato in this tho tenth and greatest Re union For all information regardini this event apply to George Moonmin Adjutant General rand Chief of Stuff 621 Common St Now Orleans La TIIBKE promises to be a lively timo in the Republican ranks of this county for tho nomination of county clerk Tin following entries have been announced Tho lIon B M Jolly Exsheriff S A Pate Andrew Drfokoll and Burrc Beard No Democrats have as ycl made known their intentions n TIm National Populist party in convention 1 assembled at Sioux Falls lastt week nominated William Jennings Bryan for President and Charles A Towno of Minnesota for Vice Presidont on platform of freo silver nt 10 to 1 Iv nil State conventions held so far nstructions have been given in favor of Bryan and McKinley by tho Democrats sod Republicans respectively Tho nomination for Vico Presidents will bo tho only surprise left us THE decision In tho Kentucky cases before the Supremo court will bo do livered next Monday or the Monday following Wo may have time to elect ft now governor before a verdict is ron lured NEXT to a good waterworks system the Clovorport Bucket Brigade is the enulno article for putting out fire- sBRANDENBURG A great many from here will attend the Corfwlerstef reunion iII11 s Ufululi 1onUltie Kate Ilnl- lIhllS McUohee will visit Mrs Nell Jen ling of Louisville this week The Ralph BinKhim entertainment is ttrnoliug much attcntinn and a good rowd is expected for Saturday night Hnn Hook and Miss Blah Fontainp Albert Bflwley and Miss Ten HAmilton ittended the church dedication at Kirk set Sunday Mrs Martha Ilobbs and her cram Inuuhturp Misswi hula and Minnie Hand will go to Louisville and Lake and this week MM lone Dnwden went to Louisville Jomlay in the interest ot lust millinery She will have the latest summer styles upon her return Brother Dnvall pretclied morning and ivening Sunday at the Baptist church lie sod his wile loft Monday for Taylors rifle to see Mrs Dtivalls sister who is ill Dire Blanche Fontnino was out at huroh last Sunday It has been nearly a year since Mrs Fontaine WM taken ill aud her life WA + dwrMrml of for mont- hI1rI frienils were delighted to tee her nut Frank Webb IsI confined to hit bed with eiatie rheumatism Frank Iis in demand at this Mason of building and rfplaring nd we can say of Frank the grandest science of aUbe Iie strictly fair just aDd honest Mrs 8 0 Mallu of Owensboro is with iff daughter Mrs Geo Worland Mar lalln has not entirely recovered from hr injury lest wlntpr but Is Improving Her general health is excellent sad were all so glad to have her with us P T Noel county attorney has sold nut entirely and left for Oklahoma Ills rife went to Illinois for a visit but will am him later Mr J n Harlln is now He has servedor count attorney tlUI people as Sheriff and has rrpresented hem in the legislature Ho is respon IIIbis firm sod has always come up to uiy A wedding in my family the IMoglmm ntertsintnont and the Oonfinlerate reunion have made a cbanae of program Several of us who had intended taking In the May Festival bavo declined Rut rue of the party will go anyway I am ricvonsly disappointed especially as embrlch will sing and will leave immediately after tho Festival for Europe Miss Lula Woolfolk has the reading and musical club Thursday afternoon Romeo and Juliet the last acts will be niahed Before the study Misses Min nle Bland and Mabel Hardtn will give an Instrumentall duet between the acts Mles Mary Lewis will sing At the con union Miss Lula Woolfolk will give a piano solo Discussions and refresh tents will follow One of Shokespeares comedies or a popular historical novel will be our next study to be decided by vote Mrs D W Lewis is next hostess MRY 31st DRPiERES DESQ OYERY I KEEPS YOUR LIMD5 STflNC AND YOUR YSWvf HEAL n rf A Trio Temperance Meildo Citilon Ncitkcr Alcohol Whisky Opium or other Narcotic Gives Strength to the STOMACHPurity BLOOD I Life to the LUNOS NEWS PAPER MEN IN JUNE Arrangements Being Made to Entertain Kentucky Press Association Arrangements for the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association have been about completed The first see sion will bo held Monday July 23 at the Board of Trade building The Presidents address will be delivered by Pres Meiit John II VWtuvert The secretary treasurers report will he made by Mr R E Moinln 8tar This will be followed by the election of officers In the evening an entertainment will be given at the Commerciall Club On the second day two sessions will be held At 8 oclock that evening the members with their wives will leave over the Meson route for Chicago whore they will remain until noon when they leave for Milwaukee Madison Waukeslm Minneapolis and St Paul will also be visited n route to Duluth where a two days stop will be made Tho entire journey wll bo made from Chicago over the Chicago and Northwestern railroad Plea outing including the stay In Louis villa will require about eight tinge The party will be entertained tho various points en route Courier Journa- lMULDRAUGH Mrs V P Withers is visiting her sis ter In Louisville Mrs BvOffltt is the guestt of her sister Mrs Lu Crutoher Mr Alex Harrington and family are visiting relatives Miss Clara Richio visited friends in Louisville last week Mr n Brooks of Louisville spent Friday here on buslnestf Mrs Kathrluo Barnes spent last week in Loaiovllle with friends B D Withers attended the Baptist ioiiTuntiuu at Hut Springs Ark L B Ineeyof Louisville was the motet of Miss Elisabeth Withers Sunday KlApplegate1 of ljutovllle is the inset oOila cousin Miss Delta Fletohar Miss Bells Crist of Garfield lies been rioting hw grandmother Mrs N Daw son Mr and Mrs W K Young spent last wk in Ix uUvillu with friends and rela ITCA Miss Kathrine Ohamberlaln of lAmia rifle Iis the attractive guest of her aunt Ira J T Brown Miss Elisabeth Withen hiss returned tome after a pleasant visit to liar teat at llardinsburg Mr sad dire Whitehead of Vino Trove wore the guests of Mr and Mrs D Z Green Thursday Miss Margaret Harrington haaresigned ler position at Shelby ville and accepted 1t position with the Chawtaa and Omaha n R in Arkansas She is well pleased mILu the climate One of the most enjoyable days of the eaeon was spent at Mrs S Harringtons Sunday Those present were Mr and Mrs V McCracken Mr and Mrs Van Hoard Mrs Wilhite and Miss Mattie Withers FORMER RESIDENT RETURNED Mrs F W Book of Cincinnati arrived Saturday evening to visit relatives at this place She is at present at the homo off Mrs Jake May Mrs Mook was a resident of this place lor many years until she moved to Cincinnati twentytwo years ago Her many friends and relatives here are giving her a cordial welcome TWENTIETH CENTURY MEETING W F M S HAKDIKSDOBO May 14The open meeting of the W F M S of this place held in observance of the Twentlett Century Call was quite an Interesting one and despite the inclemency of the weather was well attended The President Mrs Virgil Babbage is thorough ly awake to the movement and being exceedingly anxious that the society have a creditable share in this grand project spared no time or energy toward making the meeting a success The paper prepared and read by her on the origin of the movement the urgent need in the foreign fields and the i rv il ge- ol lending a hand in this great enterprise was calculated to arouse the enthusiasm of tho most indifferent mem burs if not indeed tbe whole membership of our church The call of the Wo mans Board is 75001 from 40000 mem bere and if they aUlome as active and enthusiastic and give as liberally as did this society I feel sure wo will go be yond the amount called for The plods es made at this meeting of hlrtvfonr members amounted to about Sfc and all the members have not yet responded Public reports from all the district would be cheering and helpful MRS J 0 CUNNINQUAM Dist Secty Rheumatism Is conceded to have its origin In a poisoned condition of the blood and to be most successfully treated by IERBINE which acts upon the liver kidneys and other blood purifying or cans thereby divesting the system of the offending agents Price 50 cents Flvo Living Grand Mothers and One Dead Charley Miller who resides near Har linaburg is the father of a child who has lye living grandmothers and one de eaaed They ne Mm Dorcas Lyons 01 years old j Mrs Mattie Hendrlcks Ur Joe DeJernetto Mrs Bettie Ball Mrs Jane DeJernette deceased and lira Late Miller whose ages range from 40 to 70 and Mrs Mllly Pate age SO Mr Miller is a son of Mr and Mrs Late Mil IeI who are a most excellent type ol edple The Luscious Fruit will be Short WalJo Simons ono of the most ex enslve strawberry growers in Tobins purt the strawberry center of this sec Ion says that the crop will be only medium this year and will be on the aarktt this week Dont despair because you have a weak nnotitutlon The vitalizing principle of IliltniXE wilt assuredly strengthen it In every drop of HEROINE there is life Tbtro Is a stimulating regenerating power unequaled in the whole rAngo of ledicinal preparations Price CO cents orlyfive Years Devoted to Pastorate Work Rev M1 D Pumpbrey a veteran linlster of the old school attended tho dedication services Sunday at Kirk He- has been a pastor for foityfive years and lives in the neighborhood of Wnet View Hey Pnmphruy has passed beyond the lour score mark and yot enjoyed tho days much ns the youngest person and said lam only living to enter the new worM For his tugs Mr Pnmptiroy Is- in vigorous health and cnjojs normal ight and hearing Dig Passenger Run The Henderson mute branch did an xcelleiit business in the passenger traffic lino Sunday Conductor Jerry Til lord handled the crowd with ease and woro a continual smi- leverWork NektA9- Your Kidneys ahcalthy Klincys Moke Impure Blood All the blood In your body panes through VOilr kidneys once elOlY three minutes Is on a yourbloodtor out the waste or Impurities In the It1 or out of faU to do their work rheu ex of acid In to kidney trouble unsteadyhearthad because the Is overworking In pumping kidney poisoned veins and arteries It utcd to be considered that urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases their begin In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can no mistake by doctoring your The mild and the extraordinary of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its cures of the distressing cases and sold Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar eta es You may sample bottle by blood they lLrUlck order they Pains aches and madam come from GelS uric the blood due neglected they heart trouble heart thick blood through only have ning make first kidneys effect great wonderful most have mall nom of ewmpnoot I free also pamphlet telling you hQw to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Cenus Enumerator Elishn Gardner Iras been appointed census enumerator for ono half of the Union Star district and has gotten his commission Mr Gardner was enamor ator of tho 10th census under Col Allen I JUNIUS S MARSHALL Another Of Breckenridge County Prominent Citizens Passes Away JunIus S Marshall died at tils hCJme about o 10 mile south of Hardlnsburgla Saturday night after an lllnies laslir several months Mr Marshall has been In poor health allof the past Inter but was able to be out about ten days ogo when be went into Hardineburg and spent moet of the day Ilia death Is not a surprise to his friends as ho his been on the decline for sometime LetSat unlny he was stricken wth paralysi which hastened the end Mr Marshall was born In this county in 18M4 and was In his sixty sixth yea His life his beon spent on the farm au avocation lie has followed very success fully When a younc man he took charge of his fathers farm One mile south of Hardlnaburg where be has resided slice and reared a large family In 1863 Mr Marshall married Mis Art inlesa Payne daughter of Robed and Nancy Payne of this county HIs wife and several children survive him Mr Marshalls death removes from a mong us one of our best citizens In every way he represented the true type of a lawabiding country gentleman Hi was a member of the Methodist church south and also of the Masonic Lodge of Hardlnsbnrg His funeral took place at his residence last Monday afternoon conductnd by the Masons Tho interment was at tho family grave yard PROGRAM Of The County SundaySchool Convention at OustonTitursday tiny 17th MORNING SESSION Devotional ExercisesB M Shackled resident Appointment of Committees MusicPaperB M Shacklett MusicSecretarys Report Roll Call Discussion Music AFTERNOON SESSION Devotional Exercises Solo Mies Ellen Munford Practical Sundayschool WorkE A FoxValue Enthusiasm In SundaySchool- Mrs 8 P Parks Requisites of a Good Superintendent A M Robinson Responsibility of Teachere A D Lttcb field Solo Mies Mary Lewis The SundaySchool as a Missionary Rep Lewis and Mel Decision Day orSowing Without Reap ngMrs W J Piegott SoloIrs G H AndersonB Pros Eva Carrlgan Secy Married In Cannelton MATTINGLV Ky Speela1Den Me Juady and Miss Corn Mattingly oloped to Cannelton anti were married there Sunday morning They were accom lanled by Mips Emma Pato and Mr Thomas Ryan We wish them a long and happy life Big Sale Of Timber Scot Cart of Union Star sold last woek ho timber on the J B Manning tractof aiid consisting of 140 acres to HO Har jls of Derby Ind for 3875 There is et 1000 worth of white oak and poplar umber on this tract to be sold- Appreciation Miss Nannle Collins takes this means olf expressing her appreciation of all as ietance given her on the occasion of the fire Friday At Bewlcyvllle Childrens Day services will be held nt tewleyvlllo Sunday Juno 24th A tillable program will be arranged BIG SPRING Jim Moroman was in Louisville lost reek n day or two Thoro was a largo congregation out to hear Bro Hines Sunday Dr Nolsonof Owcnsboro was hero tho guest of Miss Lady Olarkson Sunday Mr Jess Horrell of Cecilia was hero Sun ay the guest of Miss Daisy Mood orDr Strother returned from George wn Saturday whero ho had been at ending tho meeting of tho Medical Society Mr Charlie Moorman and family of- St John Hardln county were hero visiting his brother T R Moorman aturday and Sunday Roy Horrell of McAllister I T is j bere tho guest of his cousin W H Do- ran He filled tho pulpit at the Metho let Church Sunday evening MissHarry Milward who is in charge cifr tho millinery department at H Mey ers is trimming somo lovely huts and can suit tho tasto of tho most fastidious It The Man ftWHO WANTS AIt H Nice Shoe 1 1AREALLY I Nice Shoe i Mind you will fI find his IDEAL It IN PETERS II I Itt t rot DAMyND It l1 I t 350 Shoe f I It FOR MEN t w It is a strictly fine product iThe leather is the softestthe I i 0 style the latestthe finish the ibest g j isnt a shoe to fish or hunt iiiiiItj stand heavy work It g 4 ij mens dress shoesuita I f ble for Sunday wearfor office lli q wearfor store wear for I if street wear IC I Almost every man needs a j t t pair of shoes of this kind i jk Almost every man needs a t t pair oftltl Diamond Special I l Svt Jw UCVI11Ges t t 5 THE FAIRI I J Cloverports One Price Storetf a OUR LINE O- FREADY i TO WEAR i GARMENTS SUOH AS SKIRTS FROM J 100 tto 500 t Are the cream of the New JX ttYork Market JK I Our Line of vu Shut Waists WitheWi Compare favorably M I yfoundThe prices range yj from 50cto 1751We Millinery handle ready to I For Ladies and Children r I THE FAIR J Cloverports One Price Store V W E It A Special Invitation To Buyers of SHOES We are making for the next 30 days We know that our values in MensWomens and Missest SHOESare 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 Rangitigj from loOO 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 It I A New Line oftDRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS Will arrive and be opened todayY THE ECLIPSEHARDINSBURG KY a I it- I J j l 4r t ti t ij t 11- j 1- u t I 1rt I t ft i12 I f f tti t S44- IJT ee I j1 1r 1 ii P 1 IsI jI tu f 1to = I 0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 5 l K 3 n A I I T I J 4 m f i t i JI 1 r t ak ic 4 tp itit f I Secret of Beautyi- shealth The secret ofhealth is the power to digest and assim ilate a proper quanity of food This can never be done when the liver does not act its part I goyouknowthisTutts lute cure for sick headache dys pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever bilious ness and kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1000 4tiii 3I4I i The NQW5 in Brief 4444444 44444 John Burks went to Addison Friday LT Reid was in Ovrensboro Thurs day James B Fisher spent Thursday in LouisvilleA IS building a stable near his flower mill Jiria Swaggott ot OwenEboro was in town Saturday Miss Cora Best of Stophnsport has been visiting in Hancock county Dr S S Watkins of Owensboro was here Wednesday night W D Holt and Will Sweeney of Owensbpro wero here Friday Mr and Mrs Morgan Fountalno of Holt were in town Monday Col David B Murray of Frankfort was at home several days last week The Nicaraguan Canal Bill passed the house by a majority of 100 votes Mrs D H Severs and daughter Miss Lula spent Friday in Louisville Col Frank Lander of Hawesvillo was In town a few hours Thursday morning Born to the of wife of John Pauley of Owensboro Friday May lltb a fine IrlRobtE Woods and little son Robt E rJf spent Sunday with relatives at Skill man The Gradd council of the Order of Red Men will meet at Danville Ky next year The lIon N 0 McMercer a brilliant attorney of Hardmsburg wes in town Friday tGusT Brown one of Hardlusburgs IYislng lawyers was a visitor In the city FridayMiss Forrie Hardin and niece Miss Mildred Fountaine of Holt were in town FridayMr and Mis Felix Elder spent last Sunday in Hawesvllle the guests of J W Bates Miss Amanda Dean Glendeane is the guest of her brother J A Dean at owe nab oro 0 T Skillman and J R Skillman went to Cannelton Wednesday on the rMarguerlte The street car strike In St Louis last week cost the companion and employes 25000 a day Misses Annie Lamb and Sallie Baker of Patesvillo were in town one day last week shopping Mr Samuel Sulztr formerly of Can nelton is in the dry xooda business at Evansville Ind Mrs Etta Evans left Saturday for Chi cago where she will visit her meter Mrs jtiavid Stancliff 5s Mrs M Hennon of Hawesville spent Thursday evening here the guest of Mrs Alex Boyd Mr and Mrs A B Skillman and daughter Miss Margaret spent two days inLouisville last week Tho Senate has reported favorably on granting Mrs Maj Gen Henry Lawton a pension of 50 a month Miss Jennie Patterson the popular and efflcent school teacher of Pellville was in town Saturday shopping The nomination of Ben H Rldgely of Kentucky to bo consul of Malaga Spain has been confirmed bv the senate Mrs W B Taul and daughter wiles Beatrice of MatUngly wero among the callers at the NEWS office Saturday- St Louis capitalists will develop the lead and zinc mines of Bourbon county and will build a large furnace at Paris George Vatton of the Patton Virtrifled Brick Go at this placo spent Saturday rand Sunday in Louisville and Chicago i4 Aim D W Murphy wife of the cum berland T T lineman is the guest of Iher father Mr Harvey Cambridge at towensboro r kvMn Tom McOool and daughter Bessie returned last week from a pleas ant visit to relatives and friends at Evansvllle OrOnXAooBean the of Ice cream at Sippets- Boda water at Sippels Ice Ice Ice at Sippels Bob Young was in Louisville Sun day Fresh vegetables eveiy day at the City Bakery Sailors and walking bats at Miss Judith MillersWhen you aro hot go to Sippels for ice crcamiMiss Judith Miller canies alarge stock of pattern hats 0 lIt Moorman of Putesville was in town Thursday The W C T U will give strawberry supper ntxt week Born to the who of Phineaa Baebam a line girl Monday Harry Moorman of Owensboro epent Snndqy in the city no Hall and wife of Webster were ai lIe Sunday WalterJ Pijgott of Irvlngton went to Louisville Sunday The lleuling milliner in the county Mire Juhth Miller Bion Jolly is acting as assistant clerk of the circuit court Call 10 3 and order fresh vegetables for dlnuer8lppelsDr of Glendeano wai at Irvington Sunday MIllS Judith Miller keeps a complete line of stylish millinery Monday was the beginning of Circuit Court at Hardlnaburg The finest choice of strawberries on the market at Sippels Miss Judith Miller is receiving new millinery goods every week Choice confectioneries fresh bread and cakes at the City Bakery We servo lemonade Ice cream and soda water at all hours Sippels Mrs James Stiles has returned from a visit to her parents at Hopkinsyllle For stylish hats and reasonable prices Miss Judith Miller carries the banner James R Skillman and E 0 Babbage went to the basket picnic at Kirk Sun day Bottle Schull and Graham Hnswoll are visiting their grandparents at Hardlns burgThe Ladles Reading club will meet with Mrs W H Bowmer tomorrow after noon Editor Johnson of the For avllle Mis celloneoua spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Auditor Lamkin of tho Henderson Route was the guest of R N Hudson Sunday 0 R Tousey went to Louisville Monday to accept a position with the Air Linu railroad Little Miss Lucy Caley spent Sunday in the country the guest of her cousin Miss Addle Friel The Hook reunion of this county which takes place in June will be the greatest event of the state Mr and Mrs P F Wingert were at Tell City Ind Sunday mingling with their old acquaintances Mrs Forest LIghtfoot spent several days last week with her father Mr Will Miller near Hardinsburg Mr John Burns has rented the cottage on railroad street adjacent to the dwelling of Mrs Wm Vest Miss Amelia Dopps and sister of Lou jsvlllo will arrive on the 27th to spend some time at the Tar Springs Consumption is robbed of its terrors byII the fact that the best medical authorities state that it is a curable disease and one of the happy things about it is that its victims rarely ever Ilose hope You know there are all sorts of secret nostrums advertised to cure consumption Some make absurd Q claims We only say that If taken In time and the laws of health are properly observed I SCtTTEMuqtq will heal the Inflammation of the x throat and lungs and nourish and strengthen the body so that It can throw off the disease We have thousands of testl monlals where people claim they have been permanently cured of this malady loc and 100 ill druggists SCOTT DOW E Chemists New York Mr Adam Smith and Miss Marion Babbage were the guests of Misses Ella and Banlah Hook of Hardinsburg Sun dayCol Charles Knapp an old pensioner of the Patesvllle neighborhood will spend the summer months at the Tar Springs Mrs S S Watkins of Owensboro en tertained at wblet hursday afternoon In honor of her guest Mrs Casey of Mt Vernon Ill CRITICAL PERIODS In Womans Life Are Made Danger Qua by Pelvio Oatarrh Mrs Mathilda Illohtor DonlphanNobI suffered from catarrh for many years but since I have boon taking Po runa I feel strong and well I vould adTlio all people to try Foruna Aa I usod Fornna and Manalln while Iwas passing through the change of life I am positively convinced your beneficial remedies have relieved mo from all my Ills Porana has raised moro women from bow of Blokness and set thorn to work again than any other remedy Pelvic catarrh Is the bane of womankind Fo runa la tho bano of catarrh in all forms and stages Mrs Col Hamilton Colum bus 0 sayi I recommend Fornna to women believing It to be especially beneficial to them Send for a free book written by Dr Hartman entitled Health and Beauty Address Dr Hartman Columbus O Try SIppelH poda water Strawberries at Slppple Lumber Is on thexlrcllnp Fruit orchards nre beautiful Charles Babbajjfl was here Monday Forrest Haynes spent Sunday at Holt Sodn water all flavors at JuleSippels Rpadto wear hats at Miss Judith Millers byJuleFor 11 p to date millinery go to Hits Judith Miller J II Rlchardfl nf KorJsvillo TCasiri town yesterday uptodnteOuscadens ice cream fresh from Lou Isyillo at the City Bakery There in a conatant cry for moro ten ement houses in this town citybRibbons chiffons voilsand fancy trim mlngs at Miss Judith Millers Jlise Judith Miller makes hate trims lists and plenws all customers Mrs U G Hill and son Virgil lire visiting relatives In Henderson Sunday was an ideal day for tho dedi cation of the M E church at Kirk Ernoit Popham spent Sunday at Irv- Ington the guest of lila brother Austin IIHeni derson route branch was in town Sun day The boys of the country are looking for a suitable place for a week recreation Chlldiens Day eoivlceant tho Meth odist church Sunday morning at eleven oclockD Duncan editor and publisher of tho Ieade Messenger was in the city Sunday Mrs Tjtvers of Fort Wayne Ind la the guest of her daughter Mrs James G Harris Miss Grace Geary who han ben vis itiitg friends at Hundorton returned home Thursday- Mr and Mrs James T Skillman were at Holt Sunday the guests of her mother Mrs Hannah Hardin Everybody knows where to geL the bust and most stylish millinery tooda at Miss Judith Millers Misses Eminn Kasoy and mtl Outer left Tncfdoy for Owcntboro From there they will go to Sonora for a visit James MaBtoreon is tho owner two fine bAy horses They are pretty drivers and he holds them at neat figures Mack Payne one of the 10r most printers of Owen boro was the coast of Miss Ellzi May Sunday evening MissKatlo Yea t1r spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs Luther Itichardson in Daviesj county Frank and William White spent Sat urday and Sunday with their grandmother Mre Hannah Hardin at Holt Mrs Willis Short of Union county spent Thursday night here the guest of Mr and Mrs George Short She left for Glendeane Friday A Cincinnati whisky firm sold to a Chicago whisky dealer last week 12000 in gold It Is all drpg gists containing talua mailed free upon application DRADPIBLO REGULATOR CON Atlanta Georgia barrels of Cedar Brook whiskey for S 1000000 in cash Mr and Mrs J D Babbage and child ran Addle Louise Mildred end J D Jr attended the Methodist conference at Ilawesvllle Sunday Mr end Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Mrs W J Sherman spent Sunday in Hawcsvllle the guests of Col and Mrs Frank Lander Mite Mary Moorman one of Glen deanus handsome and cultured daught ers attended the M E church dedi cation at Kirk Sunday Col L J Early editor of the Cannel ton Telephone one of Indianas brightest papers waa n passenger to Louisville Sunday via Henderson route Mr John Duke of Dukea reached here Monday from Louisville where he has been at the Infirmary to have operation performed for appendicitis- A statement of the gross receipts at fifty of the prin ipbl postofllcea for April of this year as compared with a similar Prloil of 1800 shows an increaso of 255055 Mr Choptzj Watbcn of Owensboro visited his brother Mr Ken Wttheu who lives near Irvington Sunday Mr Vatheu has been critically ill hut is improving rapidly The peison who has either of the two booksliThe Little Minister or The Maker of Moons from the Lawerence Library will please return to the owner Dr A A Simons Wednesday was Kentucky day at the Chattanooga Spring Festival President J K Patterson of the Kentucky State college and tho Lexington cadets were the lions o the occasion Mr and Mrs James Withers and daughter Miss Mottle and Mr and Mrs Kilt DeJarnette of the Now Bethel vicinity I spout Saturday at the home of Mr William Withers near Kirk They also attended the church dedication The following rcroous from Clover port attended the dedication of thoME church at Kirk Sunday Mr A LOelze James Younger Charley Lalleltt Alfred Heston Misses Stella and Birdie Me Gavock and Miss Salllo Gregory Mr Charles P Sawyer after an absence of six years has written to hU mother in this city that he hopes to be with her about Saturday Mr Sawyer is now locat ed at San Francleco Gal where hobos a lucrative position The Passion Play at Oberammergau this year will be unusually brilliant on account of the increased number of guests brought to them by tho Paris Ex position Including singers and orchestra seven hundred people will take part In the play REVENUE The Internal Revenue Collections for One Day last Week were As Follows List 12j beer 2858 25 whisky 23 94370 cigars 10803 tobacco 1002588 special tax 1607 documentary stamps S200CO proprietary stamps 12182 total 3733513 W S Muaaer Millheira Pa saved the Ufo of bin 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 troubled A K Fishier Spent Sunday at His Old Home 3Ir HuRh Ditto ono of Owouiboroe rising young business men was a pas senger on Sunday mornings train to Brandenburg his native home to spend the day with his parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto Mr Ditto will shortly go to the state of Texas where he has busi ness interMli antI will be abrnnt several weeke Buys 90 Head of Sheep Victor Robertson of the firm of Rob orison Bros of Gleudeane WK in town Friday Mr Robertson bought of Frank Fralze 00 head of shsop paying I00 each This firm has rained the reputation of being one of the largswt dealers in the State nnd has always ben eueceaful in Its ventures Gone To New York Fred Reidol fifth son of Mr W E Reide ono of tho prosperous farmers of Holt Ky left last Monday to join his brother Ed in Now York city Ho will try to g6t a position similar to that of his brother who is an employee of tho Met ropolitan Electric Street Railway Com pany TAX PAYERS Como to my office and settle your taxes If not I shall be forced to advertise same at once 0 E KEITh 0 T 0 womans Nature to love children and no can be completely hap without them yet the through which the expectant mother must pass ii usually to full of luffering and danger that she looks forward to the critical hour with appre hension and dread MOTHERS FRIEND by Its penetrating and soothing properties allays nausea nervousness and all unpleasant feelings and so prepares the system that she passes through the event safely with but tittle mitering as number have teiU5ed and said It Li worth its weight sow by Dock bin Information to all to the PANY an Mothers Friend rLWANTSsAdverlis- ementsinserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOIl 8UEKES1DENCE IF I I LEGAL DUSKS I I IF IF IF 111 IofehlfDomtojuliNPOil SALE Illank Oe daand and All Korms of LtKal Illanks I1KKCKUN IIliDGl ziws UIT CJjII IDulnsI llltUCKKNIIIDOK NEWS OFFICE I roB SALEKLACKSMITH SHOP OR SALnMy goodwill Am too old to work ItlIs aPood Hand with plenty 01 work to do Will sell on reasonable terms GEO IMAUL Bewleyvllle Ton SALEBLACKSMITH SHOP OH SALK My two uory dwellinghouse ata ble crib and all nrcestftrv out houses and blackmllh shop nt Kik It is cne ot the rest stands In the county tiood paying business Mv reason for set Ing Is I have bought a lam and will move on it In the fall Iorfurther particulars address me at Kirk Ky or call and see me IIIHAM FOR SALEFAUH IF 51ortgcs blacksmith W1NCIIELL OR SALKPaTIO of 18 acres la Breckenrldpe I county on llardln urir r ad one hllfmile south ofirvingtcn part ot old WashIng tonpiacc Moit ot thii landis In grass nod has an orchard 01700 Irutt tied mostly flplet Nice two tory dwelling 7 rooms and cellar tenant buildingsllentysell for cnethird caih balance In one and two cllrloullvilleof 518511 street IxnilsvUle Ky cr K T COL bTOV453W Jefferson atreet I julsvlllc Ky Administrators Notice IA II parties Indebted tothe estate of Itubtn GIII irkett deceased will callat my oilier Union Star Ky and iettle at once and save c t- All parties having claims against the estate will present the same proven ncccrdfni to law C M McOLOTIILAN RkkcttUnion Commissioners Notice Breckenrldge Circuit Court t n n Gardens lining 11fls vs Jesse Carden c Delti Notice In Equity IAIII persons having calm aRaimt the estate 01II H II Carden deceased are notified to same properly proven to the undersigned Comr inthe14th day of May locxi Ulven under my 90GUSc c Notice IrIhe undersigned give notice that they have filed I stattmtnt ofcootest In the ftce or the Clerk of the llteckenridge County Court con I IredoctJ8th day of Aprilunder the proposition whether or not vinous or r alt liquors should be sold bartered or loaned therein iithatsaid rounds of conttit Yore filed on the Tin day of May soon and will be heard before the eon teat board 0 J1e lenlldg County at such time as the law directs JoinerJI m William KKmbry II W Noel lIeyerWilliamJ T Conner Notice 11 Kentucky ollrrrundl spiriluour he undersigned jive notice that they have filed I statement of erourds of coitest In the office of Ihe Clerk ofthe llreckenrirfge County Court con preclnctrnlt900 uous vlnumis or malt liquors shall he sold loaned or bartered therein t that said grounds of contest were filed on the 7lh day of Maylaoo and will be lreckenrldceCountyE M Ilartles J A ROil I Morton JE Morton IIIT llaffertv W II llowmer CulUe1ewfT = A NEW THING And A Good Thing for the People pricesfrontHousesMeat pound 83c- Itest Lard per potititi8cChoice Rice per pound 4cllake Hominy per pound i c- MolHMef per gallon t 250 2ieGranulatedSugar 488CWe handle anytiling you want in the Grocery line Call on C R aiattingly StephensportMrsJohnson Lodiburg Ky Irices subject to market changes Prefers Ills Native Land II T Shrewsbury who hat been in Virginia for Rotmtime looking Alter lit gatione returned Sunday to Lie home near Kirk Mr Shrewsbury was not much Impressed with Virginia soil and eald There is no lilaCS like Ken tucky Enjoying Prosperity Jtfo T Jones was at Irvington Sunday returning from Louisville to Vnnzant his home Mr Jones is in tho mercantile businersat the latter point Ho reports tho largest busincati in years and said tho residents of his neighborhood wero In a prosperous condition NOTICE All delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified to come to my office and settle their taxes at once and save cost of ad vertising 0 E KEITH O T 0 Delegates Selected At The Methodist district conference which met at Hawesvllle last week E W Smith of Owensboro L WBennett of Kod Hill W S Thomas of Hawes vtlle and J R Houston of Oalhoon were lolected as delegates to the annual conference which will meet at Elizabeth town September 27th mm 1i Hot I Weather j i I1 GoodsI1 i II THE LADIES i W A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY i Of Womnns Han jme Gowns and II White Lawn Waists SKIRTSCrepons Plaids Clieckc and Hctne Spuns 4WASH SKIRTSPique Cauva toth and Natural Linen 4 WASH DRESSES Plain White and Novelty Pique WASH WAISTSPlaiii White Lawn Undoubtedly we show this season the prettiest line ever shown before to the public II Men and Boys 11We have endeavored to fit you with t Hot Weather Goods The line is p waiting your inspection Every man wants to appear in his best Wjf 15 Ti i5 Pt We help him to do it This is the motive Jp 1 we had in view when selecting goods for our i Furnishing Goods Department P WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE j 1 SULZERS i- m PHONE 5RING 2 E- 5S K5 rIlH rttmJi jml l1 lJ1I r t Hl1l1 t SY I i l lmflmM Liiiili W 1i 1T11 1 o The Citizens We appreciate and thank you for your timely and kind assistance on fJ Friday morning May 11th Rfl Hamman Son ft71I mrn 1 m lIl1 jIj iiJti i1IoIi1frJttMrJ t lilltl lillWlli lll I lWI1fSUStlMft 1 wEIAj I Is Your Main Object In Buying GOODS 7 Dont You Want Your Hard Earned Dollar to go as Far as it Can 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 piwh and be with tho sucGelflfu1 I- Stoch PeeWe curry the largest line in this Motion t Buggies Buggies I Buggies I11i 1 Of all kinds A Beautiful Selection of Baby Buggju l 5 Summer is fut approaching anti of courts your wife will want a Refrigerator to keep the milk mcate otc We hav tho exact thingat a very low pries SEWIN G MAOBINESThe Diaetline in thit Station at a remarkably low figure Does your houso nood painting If it does wo are the people you want to talk to Our price find material surpass all others BUGGIES AND HARNESSWe are agents for tho celebrated Ames Buggy Manufactured at Oweneboro With every vehicle goes a written guarantee as to tho material and durability McGLOTHLAIT FIGGOTT IRVINGTON KENTUCKY rWORMS ll 1 WHITES CREAM J tVERMIFUCEIt I Fori 20 Yiars Has lidIiiWorm Rimadiis w j BY Acc aCGGrXXt toc JAMES F BALLARD St Louis S I 1 0 ISL- I fii 7q Liifr i rf fu I 1wT Q II- r l t 0 rC Jo Y I r o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 lBRECKENRIDGE NEWS SENSATION Hartfords Law And Order League Dis covers And Indicts The Blind Tiger Leaguo Members Implicated The Law and Order league at Hart ford has succeeded in stirring up a sensation tbat is giving tbo people of that place something to talk about eays the Owensboro Messenger Hartford ia a dry town and as is the case in all IIdry towns the blind tiger takes the place of the open saloon and wets the whistles of young sports church deacons and others who want an occasional nip Hartford proved no exception and the blind tiger not only made periodical visits to the town but his business was so exceedingly good tbat he took up his permanent abode there The prohibition people could eee evi dences of the presence of the tiger with the sightless optics and had they not been more blind than the tiger they might bave easily seen the animal that was boldly doing business on one of the towns main thoroughfares The good ladies of the place decided that the User must be caught and they sot about to organize a Law and Order league and they enlicted several husbands and brothers The first thing de cided upon was that the tiger must be trapped and for this purpose a fund was subscribed A committee was appointed to devise and execute the necessary plans and the committee was to keep its plans a profound secret not even divulg ing them to the members of the league who were not members the committee to run down tho tiger About ten days ago a lank lean and gawky atranger made his appearance in Hartford He gave his name as J T Natlock He said he was from East Tennessee and he was in Ohio county looking for a farm lIe looked at several pieces of land but made no purchases He soon grew friendly with the fellows Who were on EMil terms with the titter He eeemeil to have plenty of money he liked his toddy and was ready to buy from a half pint to a pint of whisky at most any time if somebody would suggest It The deacons stewards elders and boys about town thought they had struck an easy mark as that Tenneesee hay seed was anxious to buy the whisky for the whole crowd all the time The Teuuesseean finally decided that the lands around Hartford were too high priced to suit him and disappeared but not until he had sworn out twenty six wanauts against tho tiger Sixteen of them were against li 0 Collins better known as Buck Collins who conducts a little grocery In Hartford five against Will Aultmlre who clerks for Collins and five against Quint Her Mr Natlock proved to be a detective in die guise and in the employ ottha committee of the Law and Order league The committee of the law and order league now has a flue collection of pint vfnd half pint bottles all partially filled with whisky On each bottle the detec 1Yve pasted a label and on the labels are wrllten the names of those who were pres i rentwith Nallock when he purchased the whisky and helped to drink that portion 1 off the ol1tent8 of tho hottla which was fofaing On some of these labels are the names ol members of the Law and Order league who had put up money to help the committee catch the tiger and got caught with tho tiger Of course the fellows who got eauftht were notraem bare of the committee as In that event they would have known better iiiuto have made visits to the tiger with Mr Nat lock to buy whisky and to drink onto the bottle with him No Law and Order league mans name which adorns one of Mr NatlocKs collection of bottles can get out of the matter by siying ho saw i something put in the bottle but can not awear that it was whisky for Mr Nat locks memoranda on the bottles also state that the witnesses drank of the con tents of the bottle Collins Aultmlro and Her all waived examining trial and Collins exocnted ball in the sum of 1500 for his appear ance before the jury of tho next term of the Ohio circuit court and Aultmlro and lies executed ball in the sum ol 500 each 8100 toward 8100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dread ed disease that science has beon able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls 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 andjmucoua surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Ing the foundation of the disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprietors have 80 much faith in its curative powers that they offer OneHundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for lists of testimonials- Address F J OHENEY Co Toledo 0 firSold by Druggists 76c Bobt Crider an employe of the Hen derson route at Irylngton was a visitor toKirk Sunday DROPPED DEAD Former Sheriff Dee Reid of Hancock County Died Near Hickman Ky May and Former Sheriff Dee Reid of Hancock county dropped dead of heart disease at his sawmill ten miles below Hickmao Ky on Wednesday May 2 This Is the brief information sent his slater Miss Mollie Reid at Falcon a few days since and further particulars have not been gainedDee Reid moved away from Howes vlllo in 1870 after serving a term as Sheriff of Hancock county He was very popular in the county and was regarded as a perfect gentleman and a most reliable business man He was member of the Methodist church and the Odd Fellows and leaves a wife and five children He was a twin brother of Mr Frank Reid a prominent farmer who lives in the lower part of the county nearGatewoodMack a younger brother who left here with him died at lIlc man Jan 17 Hancock Clarion WAR TO THE DEATH Pests of the Poultry Yard Must Go American Lice Destroyer Kills More Mites Lice and Other Vermin In a Day Than all Other Remedies Combined The war is onl1 The days of lice and vermin that have done so much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable are over American Lce Destroyer is the proper ammunition to use I This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin can not exist twentyfour hours after it is ape plied to tho coop or fowls Every poul tryman needs it It is cheap reliable and effective one package being suffi cient to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice for one year When the Destroyer is used profits at onct increase Lice and vermin do more to kill profit than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing monty every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things with out success but if this fails you can have your money back We are in this fight to stay and will back Destroyer against any number of mites or lice von may have Dont fool away money withlire cipes or homemade make shifts Use scientific meant The American Lice Destroyer has been used by thousands of poultrymen it has been on the mar ket several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and if it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your drug gist dont sell American Lice Destroyer lies behind the nge In that case send for one dollar box at once Made only by American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind TIio Same Effect It is very odd remarked Mr Hub bubothat In Africa thero is a tribe which cannot wear clothes nt all Clothes make them sick Isnt It strange dear Not nt nil replied Mrs Hubbub The same thing happens In this coun try also Oh arely notl I never heard of such a rIng In civilized countries Well Mr Hubbub I can tell you that fcVU In this great and glorious land the same phenomenon Is by no means unknown When I see Mrs Polndcxtcr coming out every month or so with a fine new outfit from head to foot her clothes make mo sickmake- mo sick I sny Mr Hubbub when 1 reflect that you are Just as able to buy mo new clothes as Mr Polndoxtcr Is to buy them for his wife and dont And Mrs Hubbub dissolved In tears Smart Set Yantlifnl Diplomacy Mother with conviction Johnny you took those preserves from the pan try Johnny shrewdly Why ma you never saw mo do anything of the kind Mother Perhaps I didnt see you but you did It and 1 want you to tell mo the truth After a long pause Cornel Why dont you answer Johnny Ma children should be seen and not heard Catholic Stand std and Times Happy Japan The delinquencies of Mary Ann or her equivalent are a tabooed subject among Japanese ladles To discuss servants would be considered by them a decided want of good breeding They may talk of dress the theater music and a variety of Interesting things but their domestic tribulations must never bo referred to Baltimore News Dies Friday Night Near Stephens port Mrs James Hiner wife of James Hiner deceased died Friday night May 11th at her home near Stephenaport Mrs Hiner was sixty years old and had been ill only a short time She was burled at Stephenspost Sun day May 13th Rev Darson conducting the services Sound advice to those who have kid ney and bladder troubles Is to take a safe sure medicine like Foleya Kidney Cure It always benefits the Kidneys Moorman Owen Cromwell Wni a Ilathlc Victor Wo must remember always that un der Cromwell there was no burning at the stake do dreadful torture In cold blood and therefore nt his worst ho rises In degree above Philip and Alva Out In kind his deeds In Ireland were tho same as theirs In the Netherlands and though tho Puritan soldiers were guiltless of tho hideous licentiousness shown by the Spaniards or by the armies of Tilly and Wallcnstcln yet the merciless butchery of the entire garrisons and of nil the priests ac companied by the slaughter of other noncombatants In at least some cases leavo Drogheda and Wcxford as black and terrible stains on Cromwells char acterCromwell and his lieutenants put down the Insurrection and established order because they gained such sweeping victories not because Cromwell made rncrcllpsA use of his lirst victo ries It was the lighting of the Purl tans In tin buttle Itself which won and not their ferocity after tin battle and It was Cromwell who not merely gave free rein to this ferocity but In spired It Smilingly quarter would have been freely given hall ft not boon for his commands Neither In morals nor In policy were these slaughters Justl fable Moreover It must be remem bored that tho men slaughtered were entirely guiltless of the original mas sacres In Ulster Theodore Roosevelt In Scrlbnorg Politeness Waited A guileless rustic who wished to become attached to one of our railways emerged from tho examination room and Informed the expectant relatives that ho had failed to pass the sight testWhy you cant have exclaimed the father who was horrified at the thought Youro no moro color blind than I am- Happen not but they wont have me answered tho rustle bitterly It all comes o trying to be polite an obliging as you said I was to be fey thenBut I cant see how being polite could make nny difference quavered the father It did though said the rustle Tho old chap held something up an says This Is green Isnt It Come now Isnt It green quito pleading Mite and though I could see It wor red I couldnt find It In my art to tell him he wor wrong for fear ho might take offense So I olmiilj said It Is yer honor an they bundled mo out No moro politeness for me It dont pay London Answers- Marrying For Money A decrepit old negress with a tIe formed back and a few discolored fangs In tho place of teeth called one day upon n gentleman who had been her employer and announced Mlstan Iso gwlne ter git rnerrlod Get married auntie exclaimed the man Why Im surprisedI Isnt tho change a little sudden Yes tolablo sudden but bcttah late than ncbbcr Oh well answered tho friend politely a lady Is never too old to marry I suppose If she falls In loveI But lzo not fallen In lubl Going to marry for money sar casticallyYes dat am do solemn troof Its money Iso gaged ter Billy JonesWhy Billys only 25 and you must be 451 Yes sah dats so but Izo now pay In Billy fifty dollahs a yeah for rent an Izo gwluu ter marry him ter save dat ermountAtlanta Constitution One Varnlnct Snfflclcnt Now madam said tho crotchety Judge who had been annoyed by the digressions of previous female wit nesses we want no hearsay evidence Tell only what you know Your name pleaseMary Jones replied tho witness Your age WeUcr1 only have hearsay evi deuce on that point so I wont an swer Philadelphia Press A curatorlum for eye troubles ex- Ists In St Petersburg which sends commissions through the country die tricts for the purpose of giving free treatment ana advice to those among tho peasantry vho are suffering from affections e the eyes BLOOD POISON OURED BY B B B Bottle Sent Free to Sufferers Deepseated obstinate cases tho kind that has resisted doctors hot springspat ent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B I has cured such indications as mucous patches in the mouth sore throat eruptions eating sores bone pains itching skin swollen glands stiff Joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases where the hair and eyebrows had fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of bolls pim plesand ulcersthls wonderful specific has completely changed the whole body in to a clean perfect condition tree from eruptions and sktn smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B Is the only known perfect cure for Blood Pois on So sufferers may test B B B and know for themselves it cures a trial bottle will be sent free of charge B B B for sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Oa Big Los Deaf Mr Augustus Gibson sold to Mr Finn of Tell City Saturday 800000 feet largeetsale THE DIXIE VETERANS The Following Program Has Been Ar ranged For The Confederate Reunion In Louisville WBD MDIY MAY 30 12 m Convention meets and listens to address bv the Rev B M Palmer of New Orleans and other addresses 2 p m Bnalu 83 session 8 p m Elocutionary entertainment at Masonic Temple 8 p m Stonewall Jackson Brigade Band and Glee club gives recital at LI- brary hall 8 p m Muafcal entertainment at Music hall TntiRsnAY May 31 0 a m Basket picnic at Wlldera park 40 p m Daughters of the Confed eracy reception at Galt house 8 p m Moonlight excursion and fire works FRIDAY Campfires grand ball and reunions of various commands SATURDAY 8 p m Fireworks at Fountain Ferry SUNDAY 3 p m Memorial service at conven then hall It will be noticed that the date of tho big parade Is not given This will to fixed by CommanderinChicf Gordon and will not be announced for a week or two In addition to the program given above there will be a great number of minor event which will fit in between the big occasions Better late than never it is best however to be never late about taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify your blood Take it now Bad Apple Year Mr and Mrs W L Basham and son James Thomas and baby Eva of near Stephenaport wore In town Saturday shopping Mr Basham is a a good farmer in his section and has a large apple orchard He says the peach crop will be good but the apple crop light- Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est 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 heard 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 atimu late the nervous and organic action of the system and that Is all they took when feeling dull and bad withjghead aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in llqiiidform to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISUEB- DERBY IND Singing at the Methodist church every night Johnnie Cunningham Is on the sick list this week The Methodist church is being newly roofed this week Miss Lula Jarrett has returned from her sisters at Paynesvllle Mrs S lIar ls who has been sick for some time is able to be up again Little Miss Mary Hargis was the guest of Miga Nannie Elder Wednesday night There was a large crowd at tho ball Saturday iiigutt and every one had agood timeJohn Jarrett was the guest of his brother Austin at Mr L Elders Thurs day night Misses Jesse Martin and Loula Bryant have been quite sick but are now con valescent FAULT FINDERS And Self Constituted Critics Are Usually The Incapable Ones Let young people who appear before the public and who put forth their best energies to please and entertain bear in mind that self constituted entice are on ly fault finders and never are the first to recognize talent or even genius Instead thoy pick flaws In every way think + ing they show their wisdom Let them alsobearinmind that those same would bo criticsare rarely ever capable of an original idea and that of this reason alone they make bright independent progressive spirits their target All above average folks are victims for unjustcriticism We see it everywhere The greatest masters in all art music and literature haye gone through the ordeal Kind large expansive minds strive to encourage never discourageBrandenburgcorre spondent The Guiding Star Mr John Nelbans of Evansville Ind is fitting up a Gospel boat to be called the Guiding Star He and two asso elates will devote the remainder of their lives to bringing sinners to repen tance according to the faith of the ad vontlsta The boat will be ready for use in a few days and they will travel up and down the Ohio Mississippi and all tributary rivers preaching the gospel 1wOMEN are assailed at every turn by troubles peculiar sex Every mysterious ache or pain is A These distressing sensations will keep on coming unless properly treated I The history of neglect is written In the worn faces and wasted figures of nine tenths of our women every one of whom may receive the invaluable ad vice of Mrs Pinkham without charge by writing to her at Lynn Mass Miss TurA EVAN of Parkersburg Iowa writes of her recovery as follows II DEAR MRS PINKHAM I had been a constant sufferer for nearly three years Had inflammation of the womb leucorrhcca heart trouble bearingdown pains backache obliged dreadful more found Lydia Pinkhams Sanative cure for leucorrhcea thankful good medicine o e o e2 II Consult 11- iilA Printer I f Y Who is willing and capableiiS and who will i TmakingTtoIi Z 2 ii- ii Inartistic I Printers ipoori 0O I Y to please you but quote 0- ii low price say nothing quality are 4about i I ArtisticPrinters I I E Who exercise good taste use appropriate type and new est ideas are few To class we belong We i best printing business for some and of doii sional men and would iito do Job yours Printing Newslikeii 1JREDUCED RATES FOR MAY For trains leaving Oloverport 510 ani and a m of May 3rd 10th and 19th round trip tickets will be sold from Olo verport Louisville good returning two days after date of sale for 2 20 On may 14th and 15th and for morn ing trains of 10th trip tickets will be sold from Cloverport to Louisville good returning May 17th for 220 Bound trip tickets from Oloverport to Louisville will also be sold May 3rd to 10th Inclusive good returning May 21st for 205 Lyons Syrup Cure for Constipation Doris NOT GRIPS If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist refund the money Good for children as well at grown people happyell WOMEN WHO NEED MRS- PINKHAMS AID headache ached all over and at times could hardly stand on my feet My heart trouble was n 60 bad that some nights I was compelled to sit tip in bed or get up walk the floor 1and it seemed as though should smother More than once I haveY been to have the doctor visit me in the middle of the night was also very nervous and fretful I was ut 77I terly discouraged r One day I thought I would write and see if you could do any thing for me i followed jf your advice and now feel like a new woman All those troubles I have no = and I have E Vegetable Compound and Wash a sure I am very for your advice and ooooeoooao o I and many this I 048 to round Laxative Natures will I I I I LOUISVILLE Market Reports nUTTBlt Choice eou0try1t JV a fiElgin tli a a2 EGGS Fresh I- POULTHY litSpringioJjTorkysDucks per Ib fm FIELD SEEDS 35CloverasCrimionRed Top per bushel 1 laoOujllluegrassHAY CHAIN FEED HAY SoodtsdoTimothyGod Fright Straw Sadsso CORN 4JtfNo43No43Noj4 OATS No t While 9 No3 Mixed Oat ajK WHEAT 71No7No3RYE No a Western 59 fibs POTATOES 25SweetONIONS Per barrel I 50 BACON Shoulder 8 Clear rib tides 8 8USIIareurcdLard In tltrcet 7 ZSi MISCELLANEOUS SaN30Lime75CementFURS flak skunk No l cased Sold oo 7oLnogstrlpeakunk 15RaccoonMink Jr 00foxNoIiargecased QORedt Mnikrat No l large casedtarn 10 XWildcat30OtterHeaver No i large cased 4 oo6 00 WOOL HIDES FRATIIBnS ETC HIDES oyMNoaGreenI aeNossNoNo a Dry sailed per Ib 15 FEATHERS 4944DirkMISCELLANEOUS OHPrim2bUPrimea5Driedlt4DriedWOOL SitGood03jSheepskinsLambskin country 35 jiij 40 ROOTS Seneca snake 18 io laYellowa3SLadysMayLOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS N Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Ex change D ourbon Stock Yards LouuYiux KY May ul90O CATTLE Extra good export steers ljjolbs and 00Lllhtr5Choice70Fair40Cornered00Tldn15Good31CommonjtFeedersS0Bulls4 330a315 5aChoice00400ralr003000HOGSChoice packing and butchers aoo Ib to aFatGod tIb lightlbo lbto loo 5 coo sj Fat ahoats 4508475 330Pip50Rooghs60SJIUPGood to extra 00Fair3 ajia3 Commoat9medlom300a350Ducu 0Extruprtng 50FaircoCollsSooaBoo OLD MAIDS CONVENTION Successful Entertainment O3en By The Young Ladies OF This City PRETTY HOOP DRILL The Old Maids Convention which has had such unparalleled success all over this State and others was held here Wednesday evening May Oth with a large crowd In attendance The number of lonely looking bachelors In the rearof the house was commented on and was a conspicuous contrast to the cheerful old maids on the stake who boldly as sorted their intention of laying plans to catch them This entertainment was given under the auspices of the Baptist church and much of its success was due to the faith fulefforts of Misses Llnnlo DoHuy and Lula Owen who bad complete charge of all the arrangements The costumes of these ladies of un certain age were worthy of attention As spinsters of forty years ago they very fitly represented the styles of that period and many wedding dresses carefully treasured were brought train the pack ing boxes for the occasion with bonnets and gloves to match Clothed in these relics of past splendor assisted by oebeautifying arts known to old maldhood our bachelor girls made a lasting im pressionThe were all well chosen and ex ecuted and the personal experiences of the convention members regarding their hopes and disappointments their successes and failures in the matrimonial venture were original and amusing Miss Georgia White as President of tho august body and Mra J L Moor man who as an angel of light in the form of Mrs Miflklns brought fresh hope to the members with her success ful invention the rejuvenating machine added much to the interest of the even ing Some sympathy and envy were a roused for Prof Maple who as conscien tious reporter of the NEWS was bound to be present and was the victim of violent abuse and embarasslng atten tions from these man hating and man pursuing spinsters This enjoyable evening closed with a pretty hoop drill by the rejuvenated specimens who were represented by some of the prettiest and moat graceful young girls of the city ntChicagos 017 LoSallo Avenue Chicago III yearsRegularlyLegislature Capital fully paid 8100OOO The oldest largest moat reliable and InCo tessful aiedlcol Institute In the U8 Private rooms for IatlenU with facilities far any emergency Xltny Microscopical end Vrlscoplcal Examination are made D- aU cases whenever diagnosis la doubtful Write for freo Book on Deformities and Braces Club Feet Curvature of the Spine EyeEargical Operations Best faculties apparatus and remedies for the eucccsgful treatment a Dluaaea1Veease of Nervous Debility and diseases r 011Youthtnal Weakness night losses and vital drain In urine Impotency Vnrlcocele- i Hydro Charges1lesaonabla FallurejkunknowntNtimonlA11dterli on file from cured patient Many cured at conftdentlallpenona11J Surgicalbtaeaa GSTONIC Palatable Better Calomel ne RELIABLEIExcellent General Tpnlo as well a- sSURE i CURE FOE Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just what yoi need at this Season Mild LaxativeNervous SedativeSplendid Tonic Guaranteed by yourDruggiata Dont take any Substitute 50o and lO Bottle I THE BRECKENRIDQB NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 19007 FARM AND STOCK The out look for potatoes Ja good it li believed that the egg productionI r thifl year will bo the greatest ever own The HOO peach crop will be a record esker if nothing cornea up to spoil tbe event flattering prospect The felucca plant beds were a littler e than usual this year but tho chances r afull crop are encouraging The Belgian Hare and Homing Pig n indufitrlea are assuming proportions vet dreamed of In this country Ibe wheat crop in Texas this year will the largest ever known and will ap oach 12000000 bushels The corn Dp In that state will be short and im rtatlona will be necessary ne of the moat important deals in ge cattle lately consummated Is re rted from Texas A large laud and tie company sold 0000 head to a pri to purchaser for 108000 ube crop circular Just issued by the Uistical division of the United States rlcultural Department makes a fine wing for the present wheat crop ntucky ia near up to a full crop with 4 per cent estimate he recent placing of an order for 00 cavalry and artillery horses by the tish government assures a good mar for horses for some time The plug however BO breeder- sulditrive to Improve theIr stock 700 acre ranch five miles horn mberlaln S D was one year ago ght for 14000 The purchaser sold land within the past two weeks for 000 in cash the difference represent approximately the rise in land values outh Dakota within the past twelve thee comes from Illinois that ondition of wheat in that state May s 85 per cent of an average while a ago it was but 52 per cent The 11st condition of the rye crop is 95 ent of an average in Northern and ral Illinois butonly 80 per cent in Southern part of the state The in se in acreage of oats in Illinois this Is the largest ever reported 10 Kentucky Agricultural Experi tStation Lexington Ky has re d a quantity of sugar beet seed from Department pf Agriculture at Wash on and would be glad to send them ay persona in the State who are in ted in sugar beets They will be to all who make application as long in supply lasts Aildrew M A til Director Ltxinptoti Ky VUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE I For MAN OR BEAST Riverside Stock Farm aramie Wyo Aug 20th 99 3 H DeHuy Denver Colo AR SIRI hdd a horse to ils foot badly in a mower and ed your Balmoline He never got stiff on it and the Pet was badly cut We worked ia right along My faith in Bal he is unbounded Resptdu RICHARD KING Send 3 cents for sample to DeHUY Manufacturer Box a A Denver Col Price 25 oc All Dealers oTo Learn to teal education means a rising ion of useful men and women- d girls who have been taught ry and have been given the means the accomplishment of self reli id Independence which Is far bet n an inheritance of mere money take wines and fly but an educa at fits one for a useful existence eld of effort Is an inheritance solid and enduring San An press stomach trouble twenty years up hope of being cured till I use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It me so much good I call it they tIe writes W K Wilkin ay Tenn It dIgests what you L Fisher LPOX ALL GONE Has Had Two Hundred And Only Two Deaths ling with smallpox for about wensboro ia at last free of manyhavebat first and last there have two hundred cases There- by1 too deaths which Is remarkable and la attrl r to the mild character of the preocboro Meeseilger FIVE OCLOCKFIRE I1Uss Nannie Collins House Burns To The Ground Friday Morning i ADJOINING COTTAGE BARELY SAVED Cloverport elumberers were aroused from their confortablo morning naps May11thfew momenta a large crowd had gather ed at the home of Miss Nannie Collins whose house bad caught fire from a defective flue Every effort was made to save the house but to no avail as it had gotten under such headway before it was discovered Attention was then turned to ward saving the adjoining house owned br M Hamman son and occupied by Mr Frank Haswell Messrs Short Oclze and DeHuy brought their fire exatlno uishing machines which were instru mental in saving the Hamman house Miss Collins house burned to the ground This houae was the old Wedding property and had been owned by Miss Nan nie Collins for several years She saved most of her household goods and was insured to the amount of 525 The lower floor was occupied by John Burns cabinet maker at the shops He saved most of his furniture and at present he and his family are keeping house next door to Mrs Vest Mr and Mrs Haswell whose goods were much damaged by water and moving have taken up their temporary abode in the rear of Mr Unswells shop on Main St The ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inflammatory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out demons but it will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this state ment One application relieves the pain and this quick relief which It af fords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport A Difference Did you go to the girls college ben efit supper major Yes little girl They say It was a circus major No It wasnt little girl If It had only been a circus I could have bought a bag of rancid peanuts for a nickel Instead of paying CO cents for a burned ball of popcorn Chicago News Pocti Query Answered I wonder will they miss me wrote the poet In violet ink on gilt edged paper And the editor as be tossed the manuscript Into tho yawning gulf at his side murmured softly If they do they never ougbt to be trusted with a gun again London Telegraph Many a man who poses as a public benefactor never thinks of giving his wife a dollar for her own personal use Chicago News Algeria and Argentina are tho only countries In the world where the horses outnumber the human beings Cured A Running Sore I had a bad running sore on my breast for over a year says Henry n Richards of Willseyvllle N Y and tried a great many remedies but got no relief until I used Banner Salve After perfectlyIcured I cannot recommend it too high ly and will never be without it in tbe house Moorman Owen VTmt Old BaTryor Bald Senator Sawyer considered himself personally responsible for a Republican majority In Wisconsin and was Quito sensitive on that subject During tho Garfield campaign I was sitting ono day In his simple office at Oshkosh when a gentleman then un known but now occupying a prominent position In public affairs appeared with a letter of Introduction from Marshall Jewell of Connecticut chairman of the Republican national committee who stated that the bearer had been In structed to visit Wisconsin for the pur pose of making a report upon the po litical situation and tho prospects of the Republican ticket This pricked tho old mans pride no resented In his good natured way tho Invasion of his territory and I noticed that his taco flushed as bo read tbo letter Aft er looking out of tho window for a few moments ho looked at his watch hand ed back tho letter of Introduction to his surprised visitor and remarked with deliberationTheres a train leaving hero at 5 oclock that will get you Into New York day after tomorrow morning and Ill send up one of my boys to seo that you get aboard When you get to New York you tell Jewell that old Sawyer read that letter and sold there was nothing for you to report on You might add however that old Sawyer asked you who was looking after things In Connecticut Chicago Bee aad SHOPPING Pleasant Party From Near Hardlns burg In Town Friday The following party from near HardinsburK was in town Friday shopping Mr and Mrs Milton Squires and daughter Miss Maggie Mr and Mrs Barney Squires and daughter Miss Vera and Mrs Nnnnle Atwood and daughters horses Carrie and Delia Misses Vera Squirts and Carrie At wood made a pleasant call at the NEWS office A Womans Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an opera tion were the startling words heard by Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis from her doctor after he bad vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stones bad formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dispepsla Loss of Appetite Try it Only 50 eta Guaran teed For Dale by Short Haynes druggist Miller Bros Spreading Out J W N Miller of the firm Miller Co of Owensboro was here and at Har dinsburg last week in the interest of their business This enterprising firm has bought the poultry and egg interest of S H Grimstead Co at Hardinsburg and at Fordsvlllc which two houses will continue under the same management mat present Tortured A Witness Intense suffering was endured by wit ness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before he gave this evidence I coughod 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 recom mend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Chest and Lupg troubles It will stop the worst cough and not only prevents but abso lutely cures Consumption Price 60o and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at Short Haynes Drug Store Eclipses In May On May 28 there will be a total eclipse of the sun visible in Mexico United Hates Spain and North Africa In America this eclipse will be total along a belt fiftyfive miles wide from New Orleans to Norfolk In other portions of the United States the eclipse will appear as a partial one It will be 18 years be fore another total eclipse of the sun will be visible in the United StatesEx A Keen Clear Brain Your beet feelings your social position or business suttees depend largely on the perfect action of your Stomach and Liver Dr Kings New Life Pills give increased strength a keen clear brain high ambition A 25 cent box will make you feel like a new being Sold by Short Haynes druggists SHILOH Preaching at Union Star next Sunday Log rolling at Scott Cartts last Tues dayTom Bandy purchased a cultivator this week- The recent rain stopped corn planting awhileMiss 8 lman taught the spring school at this place Joe McDonland sold some timber to the Cincinnati Cooperage Co Farmers are progressing nicely Most of them are about done planting corn i That Settled It Why do you think tho plaintiff In sane a witness examined as to some bodys mental condition was asked by counsel at a trial Because replied tho witness be Is continually going about asserting that ho Is tho prophet Mohammed And pray sir retorted tho learned gentleman of tho wig do you think that when a person declares ho Is the prophot Mohammed that Is a clear proof of his Insanity- I do WhyBecause answered tho witness re- gardIng his questioner with easy com placency I happen to bo tho prophet Mohammed myself London An wers A Fut Bloycle Rider Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents Bucklena Arnica Salve will kill the pain and heal the injury Its the cyclists friend Cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try it Sold by Short Haynes druggists nu heart Not of That Kind Mister pleaded he wont you open your heart and glvo an old man a chaw of tobacky No snapped the well dressed man you must think I havo a tobacco heart Chicago News I Somo authorities hold to the Ilea r that a childs disposition Is largely gov erned by his diet citing tho gentleness of tho rIco eating races against the quarreling of meat eating children in proof Got to De nn Old Story Ovor 20 years ago an American civil engineer who vlaltcd Cnbccora In Venezuela was asked by a deputation of the Inhabitants who Lad heard of his skill as a surveyor whether he thought a canal could bo made from their village to Frovccue which would save a very long river Journey lie visited tho district and found that by taking advantage of two small streams a canal of about a league would be all that was necessary Tho commltteo were delighted with this report and they begged the sur veyor to write an official letter to the government on their behalf asking that they might bo permitted to begin tho work at onco Ten years after this tho surveyor was again at the village of Cabecera and tho first question asked him was Do you not think a canal could be mado from hero to Provecuo On his informing them that ho bad been asked the same question ten years before and had taken some time and trouble about tho matter the chairman replied that on account of politics the death of his father etc tile govern ment letter had probably been over looked Search was made tho letter was found and once more all was ex citement Nothing was talked about but tho canal Some years later yet the surveyor was again at Cabecera Immediately on his arrival a deputation waited upon him Do you think a canal Tho speaker never got any further with that question Youths Companion Took a Costly Nap To begin with hos a good fellow Thats a pbraso easier understood by men than by women It generally means well It means hes an all round good sort In the male line Saturday afternoon he was feeling pretty good lie had been quito thirsty It what ho had taken was to be judged as a criterion And the libations left him In a thoroughly good humor and ho felt at peace with tho world In this delightful mental and phys ical state ho bethought him of a friend of his In Providence and ho further thought that he would call up that particular friend on tbo telephone So bo went to a Broad street hotel told the young woman there who hnd charge of the telephone that ho wanted to speak to Mr Soandso In Provi dence nnd wouldnt she kindly call up tho party The girl did as sho was bado Partys on tho phone sho said and the mnn went Into the telephone box sat down and put tho receiver to his car And then he calmly and sweetly dropped oil to sleep When bo woke up bo owed tho tele phone company 3200 lie said bo wouldnt pay It but ho did Philadelphia Press Why tie nonsht Wholeialc The slender stranger had just bought a dollars worth of L tickets and was folding them when tho man from Harlem asked Why It Is so seldom that a Now Yorker asks a reason for anything that the slim stranger explained Because ouoI ticket seller In the L Is a sleight of hand artist said he I offered n 5 bill In payment for a single ticket a few weeks ago and ought to have re calved 405 In change I counted It twlco and could make out but 470 I pushed it back to tho ticket man and bo at onco pushed It back to me gruff ly saying Cant you count and as ho said It I saw a quarter tall Into the pile of change from the palm that pushed It I retorted Its all right now and pocketed tho money without recounting It Ho saw that I had ob j served the trick and tbo look ho gave I mo would have mado mo feel weak If I had not been through tbe same ex perience shortly before at the same window Since then I have bought my tickets by the dollars worth as It Is easy to count cbango In even dollars and j puts less temptation In the way of the j ticket manNow York Mall and Ex j pressII It would bo superfluous to praise i hospitality of American prlvato theII but It was Impossible not to see how I much of It Is hampered and curtailed 0111mydressingmy boots should bo cleaned My plan was to place them outsldo my door as at a hotel and I generally found that It not blacked they had been rubbed over before tbo next morning G 0 Brodericks Memories White of tho Dolled recr Unfit to Eat Very few persons can eat the whlto of a hard boiled egg with any degree of comfort Eggs are highly nutri tious and easy of digestion when light ly or under cooked Tho albumen the white of the egg coagulates as soon as It is dropped Into hot water The long boiling renders the yolk soft and mealy but tho white becomes tough and Indigestible and should be din carded Ladles Homo Journal Man and rill Motherinlaw Much has been written about the motherinlaw nearly all of It In com plaining jest In all of the flippant literature on this subject there Is only ono point worthy of consideration that tho writers almost Invariably men have never tried to veil their In- sIncerity This Is a tribute from man even In his most playful moods to theii mOtherlnlaW1Now This is the fifth night youvo come I home Intoxicated Leash talk bout the two nlghtsb I came homo shoberAlly Slopor City attorney James R Skillman Is doing court at Hardlneborg this week An Suns Condolence You told me remonstrated the lawyer In an Injured tone tbat you had embezzledtromyou only 200 for clearing you Yet you spend money now like a man with a trunkful of 1L otherDidmy lawyerthanwas working torChlcl1jo Tribune The Mott Stubborn Coughs resulting from an attack of la grippe or heavy cold must yield to the wonderful healing properties of Folcys Honey and Tar which strengthens the lungs and makes them pouni Moorman A Oat 11 The hungry Half hour The hungry half hour that so often appetlzIngly ers Take any of the popular lunch con crackers on the market and their name Is legion and spread with a little butter nnd sprinkle lightly with grated Parmesan cheese Place on a dish In the oven long enough to brown them slightly They are good when daysNewI consider not only a pleasure but a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure effected in my case by the timely 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 takeIrecommending 0 suf fering from that dreadful dlseaseJ WI Lynch Dorr W Va This remedy is AIShellman The most centrally located and only tint class hotel In the city making a oo rate I Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres ears pass the dour to all parts IISlreet neat und clean 62811 Fourth Louisville Ky Cap I NEWS IN Gen Roberts defeated Boers last week a bloody battle at Zand river Mack Payne of Owensboro leas been awarded two years contract to do state printing for the Ancient Order of Red Men The fortyfifth Annual Convention of Southern Baptists opened with hun dred delegates present at Hot Springs Friday May 11th Miss Mary Letcher daughter of K Letcher ot Richmond Ky has opened an office for practice of medi cine at that plays Bob Lanham of Henderson was shot and killed by Lizzie Gleh of the same Friday night at Owensboro Ky They both bad characters Judge Allen of the Federal court has issued an restraining the strikers from interfering with the oper ation of theroad at Springfield L T Dermltt of Kansas aged twenty one years shot himself last week through the heart while visiting his brother E T Dermitt at Millwood Ky Dr James H Letcher was elected President of the Kentucky Medical As sociation which was in annual session last week at They will meet In Louisville next year Mr and Mrs Tillman Pawley and Mr and Mrs F C Pawley and baby Grace spent Sunday in Oweneboro 1 5XSSX THE FIFTH AVENUE 1 HOTEL II LOUISVILLE KYi PIKE Mgr f iu DOES YOUR BOY NEED BRITANNICA t A wellknown of schools has given it as his opiricn that pupils who have access to Encyclopxdia Uritannlca eta il1 3JJ1 cent higher in their studies than those that do not erjcy this privilege YOUTHIs the formative period What a boy reads In youth becomes 1 part of his very character To give your boy a chance moans fiat you will see to it that he the best surroundings and your encouragement The Concentrated Essence of the Whole Worlds Wisdom Is what the Encyclopedia Britonnica been termed Let ynir boy read its interesting pages and he will look with disdain upon flashy literature Your boy large ideas To him thcw is nothing so attractive as truth Give him material out of which he can construct far rcaclriug ideas Invest ONE DOLLAR TODAYand put the Britannica into your home where your boy as well as your girl your wife and yourself consult it continually and when he attains manhood there will be no place in literature or professional life to which he may not aspire DELAYWill prove expensive Call at our store at once or cut out this coupon and mail it to us 0Please acquaint me with the details of your Britannica offer Name Street I City and State wI JOHN D BABDAQE Agent- Cloverport Ky F R WILDER St HARDIN WILDER DENTISTSIIN IRVINGTON V and the in the six Y tho place were III the per his has has has can SI M Ky I I and after I in Each work such as and a used Good work I Crimp Roll injunction Georgetown Every Wednesday Thursday theIFourth Monday Month Difficult Bridges Crowns Latest appliances specialtyI Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated andSteel Cap Write GENERAL CAMPBELL superintendent HARDINBrandenburg 2 and 3Ply Ready Roofing Pr Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement Henderson Route LoniiTillt Hen moD a Si Louis Rr Co Time Card In EffeotJune 18 1899 EAST BOUND INo 4JNo 44No 46 SLLoali Lv 828am 8Mpm Hendenon Hvannillc 6fAam 220pm 245am 821SpottsraleReads 38 3 8 928 939StangeyGriffith SU 329Mattinglyweaatoro 400ales363Power04 418tVitmaq 860 413 481aPetrle 06 4 28 S9 437IlawesvaleI 450Skiliman 610Boltdf 5lS 520 518Stepherupon 62SSampl 532Pierce I 813WebsterI II 61 Irvington 6671UIon1066Ekron 6 ro Brandenburg 610 617loOng813Iioward 890 Weitloint 1150am 665- 1220pm 645Kentucky Street 730 715Louisville Un Iou Dep Ar 12 Mpm 745pm 730am WEST HOUND INo 4jNo 43 No 45 460pmKentucky03Weillolnt537Howard549Villowdalc 548Rock553Long600llrandenburg 609Hkron618Gotten626Iryington 1008l11lerce 943 707 1021StephensportAddUon 10C1 724 1036Cloverport73StShop1049Skeman1o32Haweivllle 1 for Cannellon Tell City J lo 42 8If812Falcon1119lewbpoftWaitman1110 883 1191alea118011MpmMattingly11Griffith 1156 921 Stanley 160sm 926 1215am 20lIeadSpottivllle 1222 947 1233 Bukeu1229 954 1239 Henderson 1245 1010 12M Evansville 115 10 40pm 125 St Louli At 716pm I72Uam Noi 4J and 46 have rollman Huflot Sleeping Can and elegant highback sat Passenger Coachel through between Louisville Evanivllle and St i Louis without change Noi 41 and 44 have elegant highback teat Pass eager Coaches and Parlor Car lervlce tween Louitville Kvaniyille and St Louli without change eleRantCoachelout changeIRWINTraffic tanager 1 Louisville Ky L1NIH St LLa RYi Fords lIIe Branch TIME TABLE Ni 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1890 West Hound Trains East Bonnd Train No3f No51 STATIONS No2No AM PM All PM 1060 8 4S Lv Irvington Ar B 00 6 45 11 13 7 08 Garfield 8 35 620 11 2f 719 Harned 824 b 09 1128 7 23 Junction 820 6 n5 1133 7 28 lUrdintburr 8 16 6 00 1140 7 M Junction 8 104M1150 7 45 Kirk S 01 4 46 1157 7 62 7 64 4 39 12 09 8 04 Glendean 7 42 427 1214 8 OJ Dempster 7 3o 415 1230 825 Kalliof Hough 715 400 12 60 8 45 Dempster 6 67 3 42 12M a 60 Koelrvale 663 388- I 00 II 55 Ruth 6 48 3 M lay 900 Atklni 614 S29 113 908 Oaks 636 321 120 915 Ar Kordiville LT 6 80 315- rat Pat AM CM 1 Daily Trains 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlnetpa with Trains No 3 and f for points on Fordirfll branch Trains J and run daily Trains No a and 4 connect IItlrvluglon with Main Line trains 41 41 43 and 44 LOUISILEWEU MALL 00Incorporated I Fast Passengerand Freight Steamers TARASCON TELL CITY E G RAGON ROSE HITE- BELLEVUEI AND THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSONSuperintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P AgentLouisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STOCK Quick Time Close Ccantctiooi Low Rata r r 4Y 4a 4 y4 I + n i8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 4r r C tIu1i 11 r r r tf rA- r t i s 4AA 4 I I A Good Name Is- Better Lt a1t fan llf6sHoods Sarsaparilla good name A legion of those who owe health to its blood- purifying qualities laud it to the skies tt brings the riches of health to those who use iitn the shape of Absolutely pure boo the permanent foundation stone of health Weakness Km 111run down weak And without Appetite A friend brought me A bottle of Hoods Sarsaparilla I begii taking it And three bottles entirety cured me Mrs M A Login 127 Post Street RutlAnd VI Blood PurifierWe think Hoods SrsAprULi his no equal AS A blood purr tier And mtigsrtor of the system J B Best Woodbury N J Hood rilUtoraUT rUlillia non Irrltaling and QN mllalttc to LaIr c w thlIqcx1 a oarapar Ula HOLT Mr Di4 Dick is very sick Mrs Juba Burke is visiting tier slater Mrs Wm Minor Mrs J onio Morgan and tuber L L Mitchell went to Glov rport Saturday J Church UHtrJoK were h ldat Holt Chaps by RIM Z FailllStands utterr non Mr W H Swwney of Owonshoro was the gut of JU anti lire W D Holt art wk M Mn Jamai T Sklllinan of Oloverport WMhe anent of her mother Mrs Han nah HardInSaaday J1 When the liver fillajlo secrete bile the blood becomes loaded with bilious properties the digestion becomes Im paired and the bowels constipated1 llEltBl EhM a direct action onJbe liver and excretory organs anda few doses will cure any CASO of biliousaers Trice SO cents Tfic Cats Dont Come Back We are told of a practicalelectrician who having been greatly disturbed by neighbor ctuUft out doors nights bat put up an oiflctfioal apparatus in his bock yard which on his touching a but ton at her berhide givws out such a dls charge of electric sparks as vends all the cati lhlJmfll in a hurry I1AIAe0YCAR90LO Purioer4ruvd lea llrx Taj Hootr It ilTt quick n 1lnuutnlrrllfj IlarrrMwdlYWtabaaadooWa Itiaika K A arWa fCxa WAITMAN KY Success to the NEWS r s if nothing happens we will have an abundant fruit crop f Mr and Mrs Gld Thornberry visited at Mr Eli Thrashers Sunday The wheat crop is short in this locality nut tho tobacco plants alto Mrs Lucy Allgood and little son George visited at The Minnie Hectors Sunday We are having beautiful farm weather and the tamers are well up with their workMr Rirchard Bond wife and chile drni vieilidat her brothers R F Wlili worths Sunday Mr Nelson and wife irks Lelia Thrasher and Miss Pauline Lambert at tended the baptizing at Grand Views Ind Sunday Mr Wade Moore of Tynhoplty bot tom and Miss Mattie Moore of Daviess County and Mr Ed Hector of this place visited RF Whitworth and family Sun dayThe friends and relatives of Mrs Eliza beth Siiuuett best known ca grandma tStinnett will regret to lent of her illness She ia not expected to live through many of the warm days of summer She is said to be the oldest living woman in the county WORKED THE AGENT- Use up at tenet 1WU tuna per ween and you must bo nblo to tell nt a glnnco whether the meat is juicy enough for our purpose Thats all and there you are and Til send for you when the papers arc ready to bo signed I think well make the ground floor price on stock 20 cents but maybe wo can scalo that figure down n little At any rate tlicro you are and you can have every confidence that your canvassing days are ended Turn to tho right please and good day good dayBut listen a minute I came up here to sell you And dont give mo away dont do tt cautioned the major as ho pushed his caller alomr Jnst keep mum and saw wood until our patent Is secured and then well jump on tho whole world with both feet and loom dietary sausage oven to the drawing rooms of rflymty Ground floor 515000 per year golden opportunity Dont miss It A minute later the canvasser found hlniEolf qti the street and when ho was asked vyfiat hud hnppcncdlilm that he looked so put out he replyWhy I went up t 1 a man a 350 subscription book and Ill bo hanged If he didnt turn mo out and get my only dollar In cash besides M QUAD II King out tho old Ring la the new Ring out the Wn Ring fI1 the tree We bring to you tho new and true from the rJasy forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHol1oy Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and ell Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated I the microbebearing mucus Is cut out I the cause of that tickling Is removed and tho Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thus Is no Inclination to cough SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bodice Only 2Go 60o and 100 Glass BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PlnoTarOonif ra L L aaU4 64 a11 tt lIj 11 l tYUlilt ytl r9lrPUYtrJ1 ElrJ1 E 1W WtE1 41lit A r O +rutA slbllblAas3iLaalIdal slrr DO YOU WANTP1 4DRY GOODS h II1 DO YOU WANTx tj CLOTHING i DO YOU WANT LAWNSfi1 SHOESrI MEYER MEYER Buras Ky has n1 them in abundance urI Millinery Have you bought that New Spring Hat 1 Dont delay 5 the cream of the stock will be gone Our Millinery Department is controlled by Miss Florence Whitenn well established i milliner who shall be pleased to render any assisstance desired MEYER MEYER BURAS KENTUCKY j i J I I U n1Irlfn rt 1 W 8UAa lrd HARDINSBURG tA J Gross of Holt ws lu town Mon dayeCalifornia hams 12 cents Eclipee Grocery Charles Rd nMtn r WAS visiting at Clifton Mills last week Mr Bion Jolly and two soar of Owens boro were here Monday Dr W A Walker will boat Irvington next Tuesday und Wednesday MrsJ 0 CunQln ham gO 8 to West Point today to organs a W F M S tltftbrauchJ B Howard and eon Brady of Fords yule visited Mrs Frank Jarbod last weekA big Hue of mows shirts going cheap Come and see quality and price Eclipse The dint examination for teachers will be held hero the 18th and 10h of this monthDo ou want a good shoe at St1 Do you want ono at SIt 50 We havu them Eclipte Capt Tilford handled the big crowd that went to Kirk lost Sunday with per test ease J W Guthrie went to Loulavllo last week to buy a few goods and take a look at the racess We are selling all drugs and patent medicines atcost Mra E A Witt Har dinsburg K v Miss Mary I Moorman assistant teacher of the school at Glondeane was hero last Friday Mr Will Hook went out to Mr Will Millers last Friday to do some painting on his residence byherTuesday shopping Frank Mercer representing J M Robinson Norton Co of Lou avllle was In town Monday D R Murray and wife and Miss Al llene of Oloverport were the guests oft Mrs M II Beard Inst Thursday MaryIoormanguests rut Mra DrVklncheloe last Sunday FridayIrom ers condition much improved Mr EwettFrymtre of Union wasIterehis s hoot report for district No 88 Mr Phillip Cain of Bcwleyville has anddCslresI lIookMissestto Louisville last Wednesday shopping Col Joel H Pile of Glendeane will1 IIardlnsburgpublic week Bishop E R Htndriok selectede Conference which meets at Eliziboth town Sept 27th No other store in town Is as busy aa we are on Saturdays Wo deliver nil goods tree and old Henry is glad when night comesEcllpee Slurran Brof of Kirk sold their en tiro purchase of tobacco amounting tto about two hundred thousand pounds tto OweiiBboro parties last week You are a lucky man if you haven- bought your negligee shirts for summer wear because WB have them In several stylea at a reduced price Eclipse Mr Frank G Bowmer and wife andI sun Robt IL a find healthy ladoI Mflditonville were here lost week visit big their mother Mrs Robert Bowmer Mrs Kittle New from Milbourn Ky a hale and hearty old lady of eighty sayen bright and active in church work was hero last week visiting Mrs Bow mer Mrs Jennie McHenry of Hartford and daughterMrs Isabel Rolpbof Louis ville and Mr Haswell Eskridge an wife of Vine Grove are the guests oI Mr and Mrs John P Haawell Sr Superintendent Driakell reports that he has gotten his school census report t ready for the State Superintendent o this county The report shows si thousand nine hundred pupils In the county Hardlnsburg is a delightful place fo those city folks who want to spend the summer months from home The town is quiet and orderly and one of the healthiest points within sixty miles of LouisvilleThe woolItss afloat in this way A lot of fellows depend on this for the beat part of thei living and ita little money they hand e outside of their pension checks Miss Mattie Hook who has been teaching a private school at her mothers closed the session last Friday The school has been quite a success In a pupillefta nice little treat of candles etc committee has been appointed to canvass the town in the Interest of lam ine stricken India It Is sad that we have been so long taking hold of this but no time will be lost now to give oppotunityy with their suffering neighbors Mr B nson Wright Pneldftnt of the Mnyfleld Woolen Mills was Itnru lai1 weok visiting Mrs Bowmer The Insti tution of which Mr Wright Is President seven hundrtd bands and hey tutu out one hundred dozen pairs of pants a week Their pay role is frank fifteen hundred to two thousand dollrs every week Thlo old town puts on a god many airs during week of circuit court You sea there are a good many strangers in town sari they move about seeing things and spending a little money About the only time you see a stovepipe hat is when some visiting lawyer staysherebig court Oh wo are awful proud when the Judge and big lawyers all get in hereTbeaa beautiful spring days and tbrr sheep rates on the railroad are taking a good many folks to Louisville to do their shopping This io a little hard on the local merchant who aces his best wits to lay in such goods us he thinks will please his customers but he has to stand it And should he not hove the identical thing out of five hundred other things that a customer wants they go to the city where they spend what little cash they have Children who are weak fretful or troublesome should be given a taw doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE They will then become strong healthy and active have rosy cheeks bright eyes will be happy and laughintr all the day long Price 25 cents BEWLEYVILLE LnRuo Cox ia working at home this year Mrs R B McGlotblan was ill last week i Mrs Mary Blossett vas quite sick last weekZack Stith has a blue ribbon wheat fieldMiss Lillle Scott has been visiting Mrs D 0 Heron Phelps Walker was visiting his home Polka Sunday Dr W A Walker will be at Irvington next Tuesday and Wednesday 2-A Republican Convention tat this place Saturday p m May 13th Clarence Stith of Louisville ie a guest of friends in this vicinity at present We have had two blackberry winters and there is plenty of time for soother Roy Judson Willett Is attending the Southern Baptlet Convention fjat Hot Springs iWe are selling all drugs sad patent medicines at cost Mrs E A Witt Har dinsburg Ky Miss Mattie Tilford of Guston visited her uncle Jim Boar near Hill Grove Saturday and Sunday Misses Sallie Miller rind Llllio ties ham are first clAas milliners fur Geo Neffand S Loob at Uuston Mrs ChI Peiinington and children of Topeka Ian arrived at Irvington Thursday night end will remain como time visiting relativeaand friends Jim Morton continued his visit anoth er week Ho ilea many friends in this vicinity who are fclnd to do what they can to make his vialt pleasant lairtto see in January and now 1in May it is still in the lead and promises to bring forth from sixty to a hundred fold Mr W G Nunnelly of Louisville has been soliciting produce of the mar chants of Irvington Guston Cuater and Bdwlcyvillo ana Visiting friends for sev eral days past The young people met in the M E church Saturday afternoon to practice songs for the Convention that is to con vene here next Saturday See the program in last weeds Nawa We are all requested to attend the atdIrylngton Monday evening May 21st It will be an opportunity for enjoyment trytwillttheyxstand as to right and wrong Saturday the 10th How any one can vote to strangerhissers Chas Blanford R M Jolly W J Piggott D0 Heron 0 L Chain berlaln G 0 Sprlngate Andrew Severs and L D Bisnoff attended a meeting of the Masonic Lodge at Custer Satur day night Our prayermeeting was well attended last Thursday evening Bro Mell made ea good talk about Martha Mary and Lazarus esteeming the character of Martha very highly and putting it In a different light from the one we usually hear GOLDEN Ron Blessed It The Man Blessed Is the than who magnlfleth the advantages pt his own town and standeth by It with loyal deed when others speak HI oUt continually for upon the last day the man of praise and good work will get ft harp and crown but the kicker and the man with no public spirit will be bunched with the mules and goats and shipped to the land where they dont shovel snow Elirabethtown News I You know all about it Thok rush Che worry theC- X11aUStIon nhnutVwEti weightt resting upon y you You cant throw off this feeling You are a slave to your work Sleep falls and you are on the verge of nervous exhaustionWhat to be done P Take frs sarJaparillaTOBINSPORT i = t Willard Ryan returned last Friday from a flatboat trip to Now Orleans Strawberries are beginning to get ripe The crop this year Is only a fair one Mrs Grace England and daughter Miss Mabel wore at Cannelton last Fri dayNathaniel Grove of Fordsvillc Ky was here last week visiting relatives ao friendsHugh Gardner JcfTerEonvillo came down Saturday night and will spend a few days with his parents Misses Martha and Mend Hr e ol Cannelton are visiting relative and friends at this place Mrs Bernice Allen Louisville who has been visiting relatives nnd friends here returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs J II Weathorholt of Hancock county Ky spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Thomas Weather holt Tho easiest and most effective method of purifying the blood and invigorating the system is to take De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for cleansing the liver and bowelsA R Fisher Breach of Promise Suit Mies Amanda I Skees off the East Vfew section of the countyhna sued Steph en Whitworth alleging breach of promise and asks to be awarded the sum of S 10 000 because of the tact as she says of his persistent refusal to mar ry her after along courtship thus de stroying her peace of mind general1 happiness and good name Courier Journal EKRON t 1 8 J Brown is in town again Eugene Wright ia very sick ai this wrf tirg Max Willett and wifospant Sunday at Derby lad Lee Morgan and wife were in town shopping Saturday Mr and Mrs John Otunor were the onests of Mrs Z T Cox Sunday Mrs J II Bishop is here visiting bur nieces Mrs 8 J Brown and Mrs Katie Norton Jl superlntendent opens at 0 a m every Sunday Mrs The Tnell and children of Gar rat and Mrs SIg Loeb of Gnston were the guests of Mrs M Meyers Sunday Mrs James Mitchell who has born visiting her parents Mr nnd Mrs Jim accompanled Several from here formed a pleasant party to Rock Haven Sunday where a delightful day was spent The party BlahopllrscJMrs 8 J Brown Misses Bottle Jones Gnssle Maud and Edith Wright Nellie Stith Annie Simons Houston Owings RoyFrymtre Cyclists should always carry a bottle of BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT in immediatelyitpresent and discoloration and quickly heal the wounds Price 25 and 50 cents YVEST VIEW Mrs Nora Allen Is oil the sick list Tho cutworms aro doing some darn ageS M Henninger was at McDaniels SaturdayMr Ladle went to Hudson ThursdayJohn who baa been very ill ra improvingKirk SundaylromJohn Sklllman who has been attend- Ing school Is at home The greatest thing needed in this vi chilly is a large fishing pond We would thank any one tot leave the news of the neighborhood with the Post masterRoscoe Ldalle and wife of Oloverport visited in this vicinity Monday and Tueoday dOoe should act and speak to another as If the next meeting will be beyond the grave Charley Brawington and wife of liar nod visited her parents Saturday nicbt and Sunday We aro selling all drugs and patent medicines at cost Mrs E A Wit- tIIardln8burgJv After suffering from piles for fifteen years I won cured by using two boxes o DoWUta Witch Hazol Salve writeuAV J Baxter North Brook N 0 It hen s everything Beware counterfeits A R Fifihor FDKDSVILLE Lao Miller of Magan was In towSat urday There was a larg crowd in town Sat urday as usual Misa Ellis Bean went to Dundee Sat urday evening to visit her parents Prof Godsey closed his spring school Friday nna began a sixj eeika Normal on Monday Vr We aro selling all drags and patent medicines at cost Mrs E A Witt Har dinaburg Ky V There was no preaching in Fordaville Sunday which is an unusual thing Sabbath schools met with good attendance The Time Como to every elderly woman when an im portant functional change takes place This Is called The Change of Life TbeentireaystemundergocsachangeDreadful j consumption are often contractedat this time S- Wine ofGardui strengthens and purifies the entire system andbrings the sufferer safely over theso pitfalls Its effects have I been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but as ispecia11y recommended at this tIme Ast your druggist for tho famous Wine of CorduU 8100 a bottle Par advice facases requlrlng special directions address tho Ladies Ad- visors DepartmentII Tbo Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn TIIOXAB J COOPER Tupelo 1Waa U1t4painfulher and allO helped my mother through the Change or Lfe GLENDEANE Nolle Ashley la1 at Sbrewsbcrry and Saddler viutirg this week Jees Seatou lately visited his uncle Owen Seaton near Balltown Billy Mattlngly was llaid up with arising on his band lust week Mrs Sweatt attended the District Con ference at Hawes ville last week Misses Mary and Louise Moorman were in Hardinebnrg shopping Fridays Bill Barnett fa our boss fisherman to date He has caught the most and the biggestAaron EveleighSundayPerryHoskinsMerchants had an unusually big run of trade Saturday Couldnt walt on the 1 customcis Whitewashing corn plowing fishing and preparing tobacco ground are fhe orders of the day Tho Republicans met here Saturday afternoon and elected Tidy Carwile com mitteeman for the ensuing year Misses Hannah Smith Hannah Pile 0 Mstjtingly tsGeorgeIrkingA great many people from hero went Ito weltshailbigof a daylightl run Misses Lutie and Hallio Moorman I HarryStumposed a fishing party Friday Good time and no fish Mr A N Bruffee of St Louis arrived spendtheweof Ruv W T Miller Mr K Harmons numberlefs friends in this county were glad to read hIs lets ter in last weeks NEWS He deserves LethimChicago University this summer 1 THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you f know just what you are takingwhen you take Groves Imitators do not advertietheir formula knowing that you wouldnot buy 9 their medicipe if you knew what it contained Groves contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportionsv is in a TastelessN o form The Iron acts as a tonicwhile the Quinine driyethe malaria out of the system Any r liable druggit will tell you Groves IS the Orllilha andugt all other 50callcd Tasteless I Chill Tonics are3tauon n analysis ofotherfchih tonics shows k p that Groves is superior all ethers In every respect You experimenting whet you take Orovctits superiority 4 ionlyiC the a oK w t 1tg f t Il I I Ire it r j ern i r 1 Sf 1 r t Ii 1 1 1 l0 i t ti i II r 4t f a t l jf- it Sf r Yt tr ifrt1 l