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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri- tt f I t GALL THE NEWS BY PHONE NUMBER 11 RING 2 ++ II 8 56 PAGES COLUMNS NN 1 NN jNS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TIPAGES COLUMNS H1NNN 1 M 1I I II 1oLL JeENErwS JE3 TS FITTO F E rNIr IrzzV tLXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 j I N049 fillJ t jb t lRsfCON= n J YENTIONG lThe State Democrats Met In louis= ville Thursday June 14th To wt J Elect Kansas City t X Delegatesit i1 ENTHUSIASM AND- UARMONY4 PREVAILED D 4 There was a laret attendance at the oii first state convention of the Democratic v party which was held in Louisville Thursday June 14th and much builncti was accorapllfihed An amendment to the Goebel law was recoramtmdod by x the committee on resolutions but this matter as well M all other state Issues was referred to the couventiou to bi i bell at1 Lexington July lOh There i was not a discordant note during the i d sessions of this convention f Twentyslx dnlpgatee to the KansaB SkV City National Convention were RttLctcd and thirteen electors were named and fc t the Chicago platform and W J Bryan were indorsed at The four candidates for the Democrat j Tic nomination for Governor ludzn J iiHL5wlB Gov Beckhanl Mr W B Smith afad Judge J D Black wero pres ientond made brief but etirriaFpfechef J Ono of the most important acts of the convention was the complete reorganiza lion of the county committees henceforth tht voters themselves with the ex ception of cltlcsof the first and Hecoud class will name their own committee men Tide new order thlngshowever will not becomo entirely effective until after the November election The stateatlogrt will be represented nt Kansas City hv J 0 8 BNckburn Jam 8 U McCr f ry Louis MiQnom Ofls B Poyu z C W Uraiisford N W Utly J P Gr gory and W S Pryor The dehgites from the 4th district are D W Whitman Hart and C C Spald ing Marion The presidential electors from the stateatIargj are JC B Mays and Mor ton 1C Yonta with Wallace MCKay and W P Thorn as assistant The 4th dis trict elector is J P OMenra Herdin with J 0 Williams LaYGeV em Assistantl I DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM a r- V The Democracy ofKentucky in convention assembled hereby de y claro and adopt the following platform of principles t Wo approve the call of this convention We hereby reaffirm the platform of tho Democratic party adopted fiiin National Cqhvqntion at Chicago in 1896 and tho delegates to the I Kansas City convention are hereby instructed to cast tho twontysix S votes of Kentucky for the reaffirmation of said platform in whole and i in part for William Jennings Bryan for President and to vote UB a i unit upon all questions arising in eaid convention REPUBLICAN FOREIGN POLICY DENOUNCED f We denounce the foreign policy of the present National Adminis trrtHon AS antiAmerican and anti Ropttblican It seeks to establish a System of imperial government for our recentlyacquired territory hith orto unknown in our countrys history and subversive of the principles 40of Republican government Itt imposes R tariff upon tho people of 1Porto Rico whilst giving free tritdtot the British island of Ja raaica It has established a system of corruption and spoliation in the island of Cuba more disgraceful and onerous than was over endured un lider Spanish administration1 It iis nminUUning aji army of 00000 men s hassi f y peaco or order It has increased the standing army from 25000 to G2 rtOOO men and propoS by legislation now pending inCongress approved by he present Republican Admini8 ralion to still further increase tho f al t imV to moro than 100Ou0 tllen Wo bulievo and we insist that theu i safety of tho republic rests in its citizen soldiery and its chiefest den tiiger is to be found in a large standing army subject at all times to the i arbitrary control of the President ij Wo condemn and denounce tho financial legislation of tho present e frf Republican Congress fastening the single gold standard upon the peo1 r i plo and conferring upon the national bankers absolute and arbitrary t power to fix tho volumo of our money and substitute inlerest bearing iif national bank paper in place of non interest bearing greenbacks pr SYMPATHY FOR TIlE BOERS trta i Wo hereby extend our sympathy to tho two South African ropub j lies in their struggle to maintain their independence against tho ag SJ 1 fl igreE8ipns of Great Britain t DOWN WXTU TIlE TRUSTS V We express our unqualified opposition to those immense combina i f lions of capital commonly known as trusts which are concentrating and producii t J t s for labor artificially Ihuiting production raising prices and by reason 11lZ f 6f their alarming multiplication throughout the country are rapidly ore 1 iIiatlpg a condition which is becoming intolerable and dangerous to the if r j rT ce and safety of the republic Wo condemn the Republican party b jg control of both houses of Congress and tho Executive for refuse i iing4nd failing to enact any law for their suppression and destruction Wb commendtlto Democratic State Administration and party for r 1 conservatism fri appealing to the law to settle all questions in dispute and congratulate the General Assembly on their vindication outs course by the highest judicial tribunals of the State and Federal Governments r and wo especially commend the patience and endurance of our people I haveiREPUBLICANS RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSASSINATION We declare the assassination of our hitolamonted llOador William Goobel to bo tho result ofa conspiracy of tho Republican party We denounce this atrocious crime as without a parallel in all history We condemn the action of William S Taylor in bringing to the State capital an armed force of lawless men for tho purpose of intimidating the Legislature and assassinating tho Democratic members there of We condemn his action in calling out tho militia and placing him self at its head to obstruct tho processes of the law and to overlhrjow our republican form of government Wo denounce his attempt to disperse the Legislature a coordinate branch of tho government by the use of armed force as arbitrary unconstitutional and unprecedented We condemn him for obstructing the execution of the writ of habeas corpus for refusing to obey the civil process of the law for harboring those sus pected of tho murder of William Gocbel and for attempting to pardon them before accusation or indictment for using the militia to protect those charged with murder while attempting to flee from the State and we denounce him for disgracing the State of Kentucky Vy fleeing the jurisdiction of its courts and remaining a fuguitivo from justice under the protection ot tho Republican Governor of Indiana Resolved That tho Republican convention held in ouisvillo on the 7th day of May 1900 having indorsed the course of William S Taylor has thereby made all his acts an issue in the coming campaign and has made itself particeps criminis to said conspiracy tend nssassina tion and all tho lawless acts of said Taylor 00 i JOSEPH M PHILLIPS QUITS WORK ItI IN HIS SEVENTY SEC OND YEAR IIas A Large Acquaintance In Meade And Breck enridge Counties Jocvuti M Phillips was born In Wash ington County Kentucky Nov 101823 In tide hits seventysecond year he bee Moves it is time for him to crane active life and to retire to the enjoyment of that which he Las accumulated Thurs day he sold his UHUiibeishlRa the Chi cago Board of Trade for 1750 The purchaser was Finlay Barren Co- hI nui done with the markets said Captaiifiyilllipa yesterday in his apart ments in the Palmer louse I think I have reached an are when I would best get out of huaines I bought that mem bership In 1873 for 3100 I sold it later fur l1500 end bought it back again for 1160 Captain Phillips has had n ca reer that would be of interest in a novel of the repressive school Ho line been a capttin and pilot on Mississippi River steamboat a grain speculator farmer storekeeper and man of leisure He knows the crooks and bends and sand bars of the Father ot Waters and he knows the tricks of the Board of Trade TUB Bale of his membership in the Board of Trade is the bulletin of his re tirement from active commercial life Ho has a wife but no children and there are but few dependent on him The captain has ideas In tho matter of right living A man should live largely as ho was rotaed he saidhNow I was brought up on n farm anti the homely system of livelihood appeals to mo I think the ordinary man outs too much for his own good I riiivcr spend wore than 10000 n year and the most cf that is given away I so to bed at 8 oclock and getup at 0 I oat breakfast at 7 oclock This meal consists of mutton shop a bkcd potato and coffee My meal In the middle of the day is a fairly hearty tine I eat roast beef potatoes and ouch things In the evening I have a light meal It consists of cereals largely There is no need of eating BO trerhen u DEATH AT ADDISON Mrs Drook Tinlus Dick Dies At tier Home Thursday June iUh Tho death of Mrs Brook Tinlua Dick at her home at Addison Thursday June 14th was one the saddest that floe occurred in that community Her death wan caused from a cancer which rapidly do veloped in the last few months and caused her the greatest suffering Sho loaves a five weeks old baby Shelley Harold Mrs Dick was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Tinlus and the wife of Daniel Dick a prosperous miller at Ad dison AS Miss Brook Tinlus she was well known at this place whero for a time she held the position of saleslady at the Fair Tho funeral services at her home Fri day afternoon were conducted by Rev S G Shelley of Louisville who was an especial friend of the family and the of foisting minister at Mrs Dicks wedding about two years ago Tho interment took place at the Tinius graveyard below Holt doughy OH most peraons jlo Pastry in quantitlta is bal Lit thin piople stick to plain foods and they will be vastly bettor oft When I wee a young man the doctor and my friends soul I would not live a year When JI was thirtyfive YIlm old I hill copious hemorrliBgkH and was n living ek lWoi rVMrtv7J JRrs- old now and I feel splendid I have brothers threo of them One is in Kansas and time others are in Kentucky The one in Kansas is two years perlecthealthyears old Then I entered tho mercan tile business I was married in 1854 My first wife died in 1SH3 nnd I was married again in 1894 I have been trading on the Chicago Board of Trade since 1873 I bought a membership there twenty years ego Where Is my homo now1 Hurvev County Kansas I have sixteen farms In tliafatate In Harvey County I have 010 in ollillarm myhomoany- way to claim taat at my place of real d ncn until I gat another chance to vote for William McKinley for President Captain Phillips began his river career about 1850 He navigated tho Missis sippi and Ohio for miry years lIe was the captain of flue steamer Louisiana from 1800 to 1808 and ran between New Orleans Louisville nail Cincinnati In ISM Captain Phillips moved to Cairo Ill and entered into partnership with a man named HMtiday time firm being Halliday Phillips Time comoinatiou was one of the llsrgeet grain corn nmiteion houws in the Wet In 1885 Captain Phillips went to Memphis where he opened a commitsion business under the name of Speed rat Phillip The partner ship lasted until 1890 when Captain Phillips wont to llljsl1sTho Chicago Times SMITH DOSS6IANN- The Honey noon Of Tills Couple Will Be Spent lit Europe Miss Celia LiBolle Smith daughter of Mrs M F Smith 015 West Jeflereonfit Louisville Ky will be married Thurs day June 28th 1000 to Dr 11 S Does manu of Louisiana the pan of ono of the wealthiest citlzans of Washington La After the ceremonyDr and Mrs DoBeman will leave for a four weeks trip In Europe On their return they will make their home in Loulolann Nlle Lavtfis Best Who Laughs Last A ftctrly laugh inJtcaies A degree of good health obtainable through pure Woof As but one person in ten has pure blood the other nine should purify the blood wiliiHoods SarsapirilU Then they cart laugh first last and all the time for dfcoC cSl rda aJil t DROWNED Private Bates Company E1 2nd U S Inf Loses His Life Near Fort Thomas A NATIVE OF THIS COUNTY Fort Thomas Ky June 17 1000 The EiltarBitKCKKNUiDGK Nuts Clover port Ky Private Patrick M Bates Company E Und U S Infantry a native of Breckenridgtj county who enlisted in tuft U S Army at Louisville Ky JonI 27 1000 was accldently drowned in the Ohio River near title point at 0110 p m the lltuiiiBtantwhile bathing with twoof hlu comrades He took cramps and called for help but sank before his companions could reach him Ills body was recov tired the evening of tho 13th and was burled at Evergreen Cemetery with mill tary honors early on the morning of the 14thPrivate Bates was one of tho beat sol diers in the service and was always ready to do his duty He was a member of tIn Christian Endeavor and we think he aa prepared to answer roll call on time other Bide of time tide That he was a Christian was shown by the life he lived He belonged to tho Knights of the Golden Eagle and the Modern Woodmen of America His comrades A woman In Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would not take her to the Paris Kxpoeitlon Ho teat fied in court that he was afraid of water and that he was afraid to get into a bath tub even he got to seasick That man baa indigestion just as a good many oth ers wo know and should take Dr Gild wells Syrup Pepsin Jet it at Short Havnes A BANKRUPT John Llllard Forced To Tho Wall On Account Of a Big Judgment sjj John Llllard of Cloverport filed ape tlon in bankruptcy this afternoon His indebtedness amounts to Si 7603S Ho was forced to take the bankrupt taw on account of a judgment being Tendered against train in the federal court last week in favor of W A tG Maxwell company for 760039 His other creditor is Silas LilUrd whose claim is 100- Llllard has nmeta amounting to 1 028 50 which ho claims is exempt Oweubboro Enquirer Married Wednesday Night Mr Alex Sitters and Slime Dam KJndor were married last WtHlneaxlny night They both reside on tho river about one mile from town Rev ID L Botvldi performed the ceremony AN ELABORATE FAN FROM THE PHILIPPINES MiH Katie Crawford of Stepheniport Ii the recipient of an elaborate fan from time Philippine It Is Imndpftiuted with triniinlugi of peacock feathers mind mother of puriM imbedded on the handle Woodland Addition Green Bendy of Irvington hRs re cently sold tto llnrrlson Roberts 2 acres of the Woodland dltlon for x76 and 1 acre to Clarence 1enlck for 150 Mr Petiiuk will Booa begin the erectionof a new house If You Vera to bump your heat against a brick wall you could not fuel worse then any one who suffers from utninnch troubles We have a positive cure in Dr Caldwulls Syrup Pepsin Short llayn3 ATTENDED MAQISTRATES COURT Will Be a Candidate For County Attorney John P Haswell jr tho present Re publican representative from this coun ty is n candidate far County Attorney Tho election is about two years off bnt Mr Haswoll was out at tho Magistrates Courts last week putting up tho saps At Her Country Home Mrs James G Stephens has returned to her homo nt Addison for tho summer A D Minary her grandson nnd her sister Mrs Sutherland accompanied her to remain the summer yJ 41 5 A f t 1 iI i Trllccolloffly i The difference of cost between a I good and a poor baking powder would not amount for a familys supply to one dollar a year The poor powder would cost v many times this in doctors bills- Royal i Baking Powder may cost a littler more per can but it insures perfect wholesome food In fact it is more economical in the end because it goes further in leavening and never spoils the foodRoyal Baking Powder used always in making the biscuit and cake saves both health and money You cannot if you value good health afford to use chimp lowErode alum baking tpow theydoi j tell you that alum in food is poisonous ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK TRIP TO EVANSVILLE swJTi5fci c James B Pace Jr Acts As Host To A Party On The Steamer Tell City SIX OCLOCK TEA AT THE St GEORGE Mr James It Pace Jr of this III lee was the hat of a delightful party which trade time round trip of the Steamer Tell City to Evansville Saturday returning Sunday uiornlni The star in Evan rifle sae spent at the St George Hotell where MrPaoe ootert lne l his friends nt an elsbornttt Jiuuer party Thofe who coniKMNHl the merry crowd amid enjoyed Mr laces hospitality were Mr and Mn Morrta Beard lUrdlo burg SRsaee Jennie Green lf lta of HOUKI Janu Himhleton Minnie and Alllenti Murray Mellllri W B Maple Louisville Fred Ferry 0 T Bkillmau John Ilarriion James 0 Yeamau lien dueonJ II Fisher It lies been discovered that rye salfn and waters containing sugar of load often produce lead poiton fntal to fight If not to life You run a great risk in ut lug such preparation To spmdily mad peruianontly cure sore eye uranalated lids or styes without the poniMlitr of evil after efliOta uwSolhailand8 RH 11 Bye Salvo Good ilrngvlfito Hell it BIG STORE BURNS Leading Lewlsport Firm sustains Dig Losses The largo store of J U Peilit Sons att Lewlsport was toul y dmtniyed by lire Friday night June 16th The lots was catitimted at 17000 with imttniiiefl 8000 Pretty June Wedding Mills Mtihol Whiteh id of Oaiirielttn lad and Dr Wilbur Harlan of Den villa Iud worn married Monday mom lug Juno 11th at eight oclock at the pretty homo of Mr mid Mrs Charles ROsa at Cannolton Mis3 VIUtohoad has boon teaching in tho pahlio schools at Canuolton for mine timo and is a beautiful and attrao the young lady Sho is tho nolo of irrs J D Gregory at this place whom she line frequently visited Dr Ilarluu is a rising young physician of Danville Ind eAS 1OarAB uetedhs Kind Yoy Haw Always BOUIbt Blpture 1110of POST OFFICES ROBBED br w The Cloverport Post Office Was Robbed of 52617 Last Thursday An explosion Thnrwlaymoniluf Jnne Mth ninth two oclock awakened afiw people in IU immediate lo ditf Uutiiit rwiliriug what wiw Knpo thy treat ed the matter ao of litti iniiiuiuuic Befofe dawn to tho uitri or the chi IOns it wu Uncovered that t c l lovr port Post Niles bad been burglar nd The i IIUIII1CiBiHouurlng 41880 Uncle Haw iui reitfy HM87 cud tooi of PoeIIIJoirt Wltoou individual money Total I i tiJ617I wwcl mid ithe Will torn from the c ilin Trvm the exploutrcs mused it it a tw a mtl r that any of tho uttlw WH Mt to il1 the ts1e I Ilh private papers of Poetnusfa Wil W4aifitant Marion Wcotl rim dt were not disturbed This k tb first robbery of this nature that bas er x ourred in this city and there in n ck w by which it may be difvovered wi did the robbery oljillIIIt the river a tee the c 5plMn That uiorniiiK a ifcul lying ur thr riveI r was toltii ale ifjs the supposition nr many that ilufulpritHuiodu tluir tiptj in that way- BOARD COSTS TILE DOCTOR 4000 Dr S B AdkiiMon who has been a boomer at the Cloverport Kut i fur a ++ period of fifteen years took up new quarter Tuesday at time Bnvlonridtfo Inn Tho Doctor lion laudtcough mum ey for board to buy time hotel He has y paid in miserly UCOO and still is con tented to live the lonely life of n bache bar I IWhen you may your blood is impure arid itppetitH px r you are admitting your uHd of Hoods SarsRparilhv Ba gin taking Iit at onto Glad To Be At Home Again Tout Watkins who for time past two ears hoe been connected with a railroad at St Joseph Mo made a visit to rela tives RUt friends here last week lIe looks well mind was glad to greet oldii friends who still claim him ns a Clover port boy z On Friday he returned to his western home leaving his wife to spend several weeks with her relatives r tv vr T 1 Cfv V f itX 4 i z gj a ittaffty iffglTll XJfO J jJf aaaajttiitcjfxTr fafcB Mi jjnrii iV f rffMBtffalilfift itevgTf li 1ffififr1tttifii1FitlnrJfTtiArrftif iiii I I ri I iI 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 2 I 11THe NATIONAL OONONONNONNO 0 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION flAT KANSAS CITY i n By Alfred R Rowley 1000 o NOOONNNONNONmNNNNO OONN 6WON II II O i woof ror me nrsl tune in our political his be1l11wDemocratic party has been In existenceI I Blnco 1S32 and during that held 15 national conventions but only on the two occasions when they met I in St Louis hare Its delegates gone west of the Father of Waters This year however the men who are to name the Democratic leader for the presidential contest of 1000 will gather In Kansas City Perhaps there Is some subtle significance In the fact that the star of Democracy appears to he taking Its way westward The moro ol vnus mi son Is that the people of Kaiu City were determined to eecure the convention and that they succeeded Their terms Included the offer of a line con ventlon hall the adequate entertain ment of the national Democratic com mltteo and the payment of oO000 In cashThe I convention will begin on July 4 That Is an unusual date but Chairman i Jones and his fellow commlttecmcu give good reasons for making the choice These reasons of course aro politicalIn the burden of n national convention Knnms City tools a bold step It was audacious This new metropolis on the Kaw has a papula tlon of only a little more than 00000 ti The ordinary convention crowd Is 20 000 But this convention crowd which H to swoop down on Kansas City July d Is to be an extraordinary crowd It may number 100000 perhaps more Did you ever know of n young wife who had Invited tho 20 members of the sowing circle to meet with her and then discovered that she had but nine chairs In the house Kansas City now finds herself In much tho same situation lint docs she think of backing out Not she She Is going to provide chairs for every member of tho po litical sewing circle who chooses to come If It takes the last dollar In her purse Some of them may have only canvas camp chairs but they will servo the purpose When Kansas City secured the convention she possessed the chief quail fication a fine large convention hall As If to test her courage to the utmost fate decided to wipe out this advan tags On the night of April 4 just three months before tho date set for tha convention tho ball was entirely destroyed by fire Seldom has a moro remarkable ex hibition of western pluck and enter prlso been seen than was afforded by tho way Kansas City met this reverse While the flames still lapped greedily nt tho structure the movement to rebuild the hall was begun Before the twisted Iron girders had cooled popu lar subscriptions began to pour In Whllo the ruin still smoked gangs of workmen commenced the reconstruc tionSince then the work has been rushed night and day and Chairman Jones Is fully satisfied that when tho time comes for calling the delegates to or der the great auditorium which Is to seat 20000 persons will be ready for useBut the story of bow this convention ball has risen from Its ashes Is too Im portant to be dismissed In a single par ngraph It will be a unique chapter In convention history To local pride Is the credit due You will find local pride In every American city largo and small but t Kansas City seems to have this quality WOOfr0000004060 00o000wI- n an unnsiral degree If you do not believe this listen to the story of how this wide awake and comparatively lit tie city of 200000 population happened to have the second largest auditorium In the country The largest of course Is Madison Square Garden In New York city but by the way be careful not to sny so In Kansas City On tho banks of tho Kaw they admit no such thingTho people of Kansas City In tho liberal sense of the term built and own the big convention hall The stock IB held by all sorts and conditions of peo ple from millionaires to bootblacks Theje are few citizens who do not hold at least one share To make up tho 250000 which It cost went the pennies of the poor as well as the dollars of tba richThe Idea of a great hall suitable to hold all sorts of gatherings came about I through tho annual ball of the Priests of Pallas which In 1S07 had far outgrown Its quarters This ball was annual event In Kansas City and theII ways occurred during tho fall pcojpIcgiving up this enjoyable event or findI lug n place large enough to hold It find with this Idea In mind the Com mercial club took the matter up The first discussion brought out tho I I fact that the ball was needed for many more purposes than mere dances and the prospect of shows circuses other entertainments that would andI I together large companies of Boon stirred these conservative bush ness men to enthusiasm Subscriptions to the fund began right there and in no time a committee was appointed to i get money to build the largest ball of Its kind In the west A subscription headquarters was established and busl t8i 8eHHH1 of the waning industries II ONE the coming presiden 1 l campaign will start Into new life Is that of tho manufac I of cam Itureseason buttons will briskly at Knnsns City Ovhcre hundreds f leather lung it faktr are preparing to theirdwnres Iwlll be Bryan buttons by the ton Probably Ithe liveliest trade however will be In the Ibuttons showing the genial faces I I ItlalI I I IWith1 I 1Ieaeoness men left their own interests to take up the newborn idea It was de cided that 250000 shares should bo sold or subscribed Then when there seemed to boo lull In subscriptions now ideas were sought to keep the interest going ONOvOINv0 00vaOvWtr Twenty thousand buttons were printed and numbered to be sold as certificates of stock In the great ball Tho com mittee went about In tallyhos sere nading the stockyards the board of trade and all places where men were gathered hawking oft their buttons with great rapidity- It was not long until the supply of buttons was doubled and It seemed that every man woman and child In the city was wearing n convention hall i o oeeeeseeeeeGe81 many Ball The seoriifrom Manhattan are to go in al spcclally char feted trains They will turn out In unusual numbers despite Ithe long distance which they must travell One rea son for this is Ithat the New York state con vention has been X this year slat 1- 1iCor New York city which saw ed the Tammany Tigers much ex I pease The Tammany statesman 9 Is at all times a picturesque indl A t vldual but when ho arrays himself g In the blazing raiment which g O seems to him appropriate for con 3 J veutlon wear he Is truly an hnpres W Sit slvo personage 2 tkA Ct19C3C31 e token Tho people were thoroughly aroused to the undertaking and It became n necessity to the peaceful pur suit of life to wear a button Restaurants Induced their sale by setting aside a day when tho wearers of buttons would be dined free Barbers took turns one week shaving free any man wearing tho emblem of his stock In convention ball Business men had placards printed and fastened them above their desksYou cant talk to mo unless you wear a button Travel Ing salesmen found It necessary to wear a button In order to do business The saleswomen In large establish ments were provided with buttons and every customer who did not wear a button was reminded thatono was necessary to make purchases The streets soon glistened with the white celluloids and the bearer of the dinner pall and the occupant of tho brougham were equal In this they owned stock In convention hall and wore buttons to prove It By this and many other schemes the money was raised and the hall built On the night of Feb 22 1800 It was opened Fully 20000 stockholders In the hall heard the first crash of Sousas band from the giant sounding board In the north end of the halL When the concert was ended the chairs and can vas covering were removed from the arena floor In 14 minutes and 1000 couples danced far Into the early morn Ing to Sousas inspiriting music Thus in eight months after tho inception of tho Idea the hall was built by the pee pIe of Kansas City and In use by them Their struggle to build something that would be an ornament and an advan thatIIsuccessThe first hall cost 230000 Tho building fronted 200 feet on Thirteenth street and 314 feet on Central street It was constructed of natural stone cream brick and terra cotta Tho first story was of stone In the style of the renaissance Tho second story was In peristyle form of brick and terra cotta Tho root was of copper and composi tion The lower or arena floor was oc cupied by a polished floor 213 by 125 feet lined with boxes Between the boxes and the outer walls was a space so arranged that horses cattlo or the menagerie of a circus could be com fortably stored The main entrance was wide enough so that any sort of conveyance could drive from tbo street dl rectly to tho arena floor as In tho case of horse shows Above and encircling the sides of the building was the Arena balcony Above this was yet another balcony Still beneath the roof was a promenade allowing a fine view of the proceedings on tho arena floor The acoustics of tho hall were tested In every possible manner and found to bo perfect There was not a single stairway In the building and tho as cent from floor to floor was made by means of Inclined planes Tho building seated 20000 people and by reason of many exits could bo emptied at the rate of 0000 n minute In the 11 months of the halls existence many kinds of public entertainments were held In it There were balls fairs horse shows dog shows concerts and lectures Dwlgbt Moody held revivals there Maurice Graus grand opera company sang to Its lar gest audiences In the building and Pa derowskl filled the hall with his admir ers But the one ambition of the thou sands of stockholders was to nominate a presidential candidate wIthIn Its walls They wero just preparing to servo admirably for headquarters for them Chairman Jones ft ArkanBAg TtlU oc u Y w City during the convention It Is the bridal suit at the Baltimore and con sists of bedroom and parlor connected with bathroom between There Is lit tie suggestion of Jeffersonian simplic- Ity in tho silk draped walls the cut glass chandeliers the onyx bathroom tho velvet carpets and mahogany fur niture But Im not running for pres ident said Chairman Jones when he engaged the suit and Ive got the priceJohn R McLean Is evidently proper ing to bring a friend or two to the convention with him for he has engaged there bedrooms besides a largo parlor for headquarters It Is hinted that one of the rooms is Intended for the admi ral of the navy and that the McLean headquarters will house a presidential boom but If this Is so no one In Kan sas City knows It But whether Dewey Is there or not see this ambition realized when the fire occurred For n moment when tho people of Kansas1Clty saw In flames the hall which ifJit been their nrliln they were dismayed But they soon re coveredWhen the fire began members of f directory of the convention bn1 I were lunching at the KIUUMIH CI near by They lhurried to tL Men stopped them at eve subscriptions toward tin uii the hall Street railway 11 shouted to them from their t me down for 51 Heros my muib pointing to their caps Pollcom street sweepers and messenger bo did the same Before tho building was destroyed William It Xclson proprietor of tho Kansas City Star had bubacrlbod 55 000 to the rebuilding fund Walter IL Holmes and W B Thayer contributed like amounts next day By 3 oclock less than two hours after the fire the directors had met the crisis by decid dug the three all Important questions that convention hall should be rebuilt that It should be as nearly fireproof as possible that It should be rebuilt n time for the national Democratic con ventionWhen convention hall burned the company had 10000 cash In bank By the evening of that day this amount had grown to 10230 On Thursday the next day a mass meeting was held and the amount grew to 43000 by vol untary subscriptions Another mass meeting was held on Saturday and the subscriptions grew to 52750 The Insurance companies waived all opportunities for delay and their rights to discount for prepayment and agreed to pay 150050 at once The directory sold the ruins of tho steel structure to a Junk dealer for 5000 With the cash In bank and the popular subscriptions which within a week had grown to 71000 the directory had n total of 230050 Tho plan of the new hall is practical ly n duplicate of tho one that was de stroyed An Important difference Is acecetlt aoaacctccte iO1j dur1Ingon tare and hotel ii bills will bother 55 not nt nil These I are the farmers l who Intend to ICtrek over the g prairies in old H fashioned o mi ll grant schooners 5 They will start It5 from all sections of Kansas and many will be present from IMissouri Ne braska Oklaho ma and even from Arkansas They will load Itheir wagons with provisions I JustloutsIdeotl that the new building will be as nearly fireproof as slow combustion processes noncombustlblo paint asbestus and metal can make it Tho only other changes are In the placing of tho stage at the side Instead of at tho end of the ellipse and tho sloping of the top gal lery which In the old ball was flat and was used as a promenade This will Increase the seating capacity This IIs the story of bow the now convention hall rose like the phenix from the blackened twisted ruins of the old hall As an example of what civic pride can accomplish it is probably unequaled Not for a moment did the burning of the convention hall Interrupt tho preparations of Kansas City for receiving the convention and entertaining the delegates Tho total hotel capacity of Kansas City Is less than 10000 The four principal hotels tho Midland the Coates tho Baltimore and the Ccntrop olls can accommodate from 1100 to 1500 each and only under great pres sure But from the first It was seen that this must be a boarding houso conven tion So tho committee on public com fort went to work The city was di vided Into 240 districts and to each was assigned a precinct committee man Each committeeman has can vassed his district for boarding houso accommodations All these statistics have been compiled classified and ar rangedWhen the convention visitors arrive all that will be necessary for them to do in order to find a place to sleep and eat in tho overcrowded city will bo to make application at tho bureau ol in formation The renting of rooms will bo under tho direction of this bureau thus insuring the prevention of Extor tion and giving a visitor Something to fall back on In easybebas difficulty In I j I IKTEHIOa OS1 CONVENTION HALL KANSAS CITY Barters sent blanks to thou1I Mlilcrs with a circular fill out the blanks with r i number how tho house- i ashy reached by car line e IHAT the people of Kansas r duringthel iI I mildly fhe re- centI r estimates I o W Al set the number Sof visitors nt IEBBAIW S from 100000 to i150000 These- estimates J33 v are KANSAS Gw5 based largely onA 1 i the accessibilityraJ of the city It jARY- 1s within easy 1 reaching dlsl ftaucc of the people of five statesS I From Kansas City the Iron rails a tr stretch east west north south O and to Intermediate points of the3 compass A circle drawn with j radius of 150 miles around 8 City would Include n population nIIg 3000000 people It la a section n which has been said nero men are politicians and al1l Iwomen tC OOOOOC HHee ss I tho number of rooms anil beds they are willing to place at the disposal of the bureau for the entertainment of convention visitors the cbarge per person and the charge for meals If meals are furnished Some of the best homes In the city are to be opened to convention visitorsThe hotels have been reserved for delegates alternates state committees newspaper men visiting clubs and the like and they will nil be full Tammany tho Cook County Marching club of Chicago tbe Duckworth club of Cincinnati the Louisville Democratic Marching club and n dozen other clubs which always attend Democratic conventions will be there In as great force as If the convention were held much nearer the center of population Time various headquarters are pretty evenly divided among the leading hot ls The Baltimore has secured Chair man Jones former Governor Stone J G Johnson Sam B Cook and other members of the Democratic national committee but the Coates has the Ne braska delegation which carries with It the Bryan headquarters and the Midland has Tammany The national Democratic committees headquarters will not bo In any of tho hotels but Pttbo Kansas City club the home of Kansas Citys lleading social organization The club Is strictly non political but the use of Its house with in two blocks of tho convention hall wile tendered to tho committee by unanimous vote and was accepted Time tender Included the absolute surrender of possession of the building cafe bil liard rooms buffet sleeping apart ments and allbut the national com mittee hesitated about trespassing so far upon the clubs hospitality and will only make Its headquarters there Tammany has signed a contract for 150 rooms at the Midland to bo occu pied by tho GOO braves who expect to attend the convention The Midland will also be the homo of twothirds of the newspaper men who will go to the convention Elks clubhouse will almost Bryan is sure to benot when the convention meets but mighty soon after the nomination Is made It Is be lieved that a speech by Bryan during tho convention would start tho cam paign off with a whoop and hurrah that would count for much In November amid plans have been laid to hay him there As soon as ho has been nom inated assuming that tho trip of Admiral Dewey to Kaws Mouth as Kansas City Is called Is less successful than his descent upon Manila bay Mr Bryan will bo notified by wire and requested by resolution to present himself I at the convention A special train for which previous arrangements will have been made will bring him from Lincoln In a few hours Mr Bryan will not find himself home less when ho arrives for tho Nobras kans havo engaged the most elaborate quarters of any delegation and they will bo ablo to take him In The Nebraskans have about 15 rooms at the Coates and two or tho largest par lorsTherols the usual rush for conven tion tickets and as usual tho demand Is far greater than the supply One of tho principal members of tho executive committee of the Democratic national committee said recently that from ono backwoods county in bis stato lie had rccelyed a letter written bytho chair man of the county committee saying that no had taken the greatest pains to prune down to the barest and lowest proportions the list of tickets which ww w be tb ouiUlv neceswry for4 f priests item nil county niia tuat no would be content with 125 As a mat ter of fact that county chairman will be most fortunate If he gets ten The convention Itself promises to be n short one Three days Is the utmost limit and It Is barely possible tlat the cntlro business may be transacted In two This Would establish a record conenI than the third day It Is quite probable that the nomination for the first place on tho ticket will be made on tho evening of July 4 for sentimental If for no other reasons If the convention Is called to order promptly nt 10 II m on Independence day the organization can be effected the comtrilttccs Appointed and the other preliminaries wound up before lunch con time so that an adjournment un- tIl 2 p m can be taken The afternoon would begin with the report of he committee on platform and the attendant speeches Then would come tho nominating speeches and If Bryan should be named by ac clamation he could get there by even ing to deliver a Fourth of July speech to the delegates and visitors On the second day the balloting for the vice presidential candidate would be taken up and later the remainder of the business concluded This would leave the delegates a whole day for sightseeing In the valley of the Kaw In the meantime tho 100000 or moro visitors to the convention city will bo participating In one of the biggest iA Demlocrntlcexpo dienciesl to which the Kansas City Ipeople will re sort In sheltering tho thou sands of visitors who will swarm there to witness the naming of a presidential can didate The ac tual hotel ac- cotnmodations are of courso- ridiculously In adequate Even hundreds of e- xtomporlzed boarding houses cannot begin to furnish accom- modatlons for tho crowd The emergency will bo met however by enterprising persons who aro arranging to open hotels In big tents The accommodations will be crude of course There will bo rows of cot beds under the spread ing canvas and long dining tables sot 1 In otter tents But many of the delegates and visitors will be glad to gt even this and will probably pay as much as If they were enjoying all the luxuries of a first class hotel II Fourth of July celebrations ever seen west of tho Mississippi The celebra tlon wl1l begin on the night before tho Fourth with a big torchlight proces sion There will be brass bands by tho score and fireworks by the ton The next day there will bo a grand barbecue In one of the parks a free open air vaudeville show In another and concerts In the public squares Other amusements will bo furnished for It Is tho intention of Kansas City to entertain her guests to the best other ability- It Is going to be an immense undertaking Sections of four states are to empty their population into the con vention city Special trains will pour In on n half dozen different railroad llncsj Across the prairies will come thousands in wagons This part of tho west has never had a national political convention before and the folks do not Intend to miss the opportunity Convention week will bo made a holi day week The air will fairly tremblo with politics and patriotism It Is a combination which always results in enthusiasm and excitement Tbo party leaders who have planned things thus believe that the Democratic na tional convention of 1000 will be the greatest ever held Starvation never vet cured dyspepsia Persons with lodlgeatlop are already half starved They need plenty of wholesome food Xodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs are being reconslrncted ItJis the only preparation known 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61 aq t r- r REMINISCENCES OP r JOHN CARROL MARTIN In 1855 He Built The Building Now Occupied By The Brecken= ridge News 1 k AIt Was A Large Undertaking In Those Days KNOWN AS MARTINS BRICK He Gave A Barbecue In 1856 Col Hum phrey Marshal And Major Hancock Were The Orators FROM THE PEN OF COL EDWIN FORBES FORDSVILIE KENTUCKY Editor of the NawsI seo In the NEWS ofJuiB 6th the death of John C liar tin was many fears aSoa prominent business man of Oloverport and this re calls to my memory many eoclal and business events connected with his per sonal life and business career On the 7th day of December 1855 I was employed by the Breckenrldge Coal Company at Bennettaville now Vic toria and was in the service of this com pany four years and three monthe and about one half of this time I was in the Oil yard Oloverport I was airs in the employ of Gulley Rodgers after the coal and oil company suspended business Previous to my first visit to Oloverport in December 1855 Mr Mar tin had erected a large two story brick building on the southwest cornerof Wall and Elm streets now the BRECKBXRIDCIE NEWS office and this was at that time considered a bold undertaking for a small town merchant of limited means The first story of this house had two store room one of them was occupied by Mr Martins general supply store and the other I think by P V Duncan Cox The second story was fitted up for a public hall and for years was used for roll gious meetings school exhibitions shows public speaking etcl in all of which Mr Martin took a deep interestt During the summer of 1850 I think it WM the friends of ex President Millard OTlmore at that time a candidate for reelection gave a barbecue in honor of him The picnic ground was in a grove on the bank of Clover Oreek above the steam mills of Pierce and Sattctflold Col Humphrey Marshall and Major Hancock were the orators of the day Major Hancock spoke first and after he had addressed the people about an hour Col Marshall arrived at the stand accompan led by an escort of horsemen which John 0 Martin had organized and which be called Lighthorse Mr Martin bad after organizing his company marched to the hotel and at the appoin ted time escorted Col Marshall to the stand Just at the close of Major Han cocks speech Aa Pol Marshall moun ted the stand the cheering voices for Gapfc Martin and his men drowned the musIc of the Cannelton braes band MajJ or Hancock introduced Col Marshall and Rev John Christian delivered the welcome address which was so elo quent that it was said that Col Mar shall was somewhat embarrassed to make- a BfuHable replv to this brilliant welcom A J pee One of Mr Martins men on tills occasion was the late Jerry Mur r phy of Cloverport and I think at this time all of Martins men are like their Captain in the spirit worl- dDuriagtbetwoyearalwaaat Bennetts vllle I heard many speak of the building of tho Martin brick at Oloverport Some of them worked upon It and they ap geared to think it almost equal to build ilng the Jalls= Canal at Louisville upon VrhichBome pf them had worked when- theywere young men While I lived at Oloverport many men including the aged and intelligent Major Jas Miller poke in the highest praise of the Martin house and Dick Rogers one of the Contractors for the work showed me thet bench upon which the finest part of woodwork was made and spoke of this bench as being a relic of a grand pieces of work At that theMr Martins Vb6uBe had a large trade from the Ben aeUaville end of the Railroad and In this b way most of the people at and around tBeanettsvllle had something tosay about his store or his large brick house When left Oloverport in October Ir Martin had aafore In one of 5rerooma and his father had a store other room and the now onA r Ji Gross was olerklflg in thetatters store a t This was the last time I saw Mr Martin until he visited us In our camp on the battlefield of Shiloh Septt 13th 1801 1 enlisted as a private soldier in Col Mcllenrys 17th Ky Vol Infantry Regi ment and at the battle of Shilob Tenn April Oth 1802 t waa wounded by a 12 pound bomshell which ruined the eight of my light eye and burned my face in a most hideous manner I was takell off the field blind and bleeding and led on- board steamer crowded with the woun ded which took us down the river to Savannab Tenn where I received the best of medical treatment and in a week I secured permission to return to my regiment to be treated by our own sur geon About two weeks after the battle of Shiloh while standing under the shade of a large oak tree in our camp Isaw Capt Win Davidson of Company B an orderlySergeant Samuel K Cox of Company A a gentleman dressed In black clothes and to elderly ladles dressed in black pisi some distance in front off me One of the party must have noticed my terrible looking face and spoken of it for they all stopped and looked at me Sergeant Cox now President of the Ohio County Bunk spoke to mo and said VellEddie how is your wounded face 1 told him that it was improving slowly and as I spoke I saw that the gentleman in black was John 0 Martin that I had known years before at 01overport Ivy and I said in a loud voice How do vou do Mr Martin He did not speak but started towards me and though I knew him to be a brave man he looked horror stricken when he came to me and saw my frightful looking lace and the lred blood stain on my military Jacket for I was yet a private soldier I talked to him or our many dealings at Oloverport and how often we had seen each other and of the many people I knew there but I could not make him recollect ma He talked in a very friend ly and interesting manner to me as only a well bred and Intelligent gentleman can and told me that one of the ladles was Capt Davidsons mother of Hawesville and the other was her sister Mrs Capt Sawyer of Cloverport and that Sergeant Coxs mother was a sister to them which accounted for him remaining 9n their company while they were in our camp Mrs Sawyer before she married Capt Sawyer was the widow Lamar and John 0 Martin was her son Inlaw Mrs Sawyers youngest son John Lamar was a confederate soldier and she had heard that he had been killed wounded or taken prisoner at the battle of Shiloh This they afterwards learned was all a mistake as he was at that time with the confederate army at Corinth Miss Mr Martin talked with me some time told all the news he had from Clover port wished me a speedy recovery from my wounds and a safe return to my Ken tacky home and after pressing my hand in friendly farewell he rejoined his party at the tent of Capt Davidson I dont recollect seeing Mr Martin but once since we met on the field of Shiloh apd that was on the streets at Clover port during the summer of 1860 He was there on some business and was walking fast when I met him andsaid How do you do Mr Martini He stopped turned round andasked who I was and after I had told him I asked him if he didnt remember meeting me In our camp on the field of Shiloh and at the same time showed him the scars on my face He said he had no recollection of seeing me at Shiloh or any other place and appeared to regret not recollecting me as a citizen or soldier though he told me all about his visit to us and how it terminated While we were talking several business men stepped up and alter I had explained meeting Mr Martin on thobattle field I leftthem tcr J talk to him Alter lit r Martin leftXJloverpori I knew hut little about his business at liaw 8 VII Ie and other places I have only re tarred to what ho was to Cloverport at a time when the town was in its greatest need of bustniSiUiilertakiagt larger Fcalu to mut the ImiiamU that till treckenrlrigq Coal Company and othe public works required John 0 Martin being human may haVe had faults but if such Is the CBBB it Ila to be hoped that they wore laid in the grave with hid romaine and In his death thuywho have known him IonIC and well when Cloverport was receiving all the benefits of din enterprising spirit should not only realize that another one of Cloverports early businessmen lies gone to rest but that ho left to Cloverport memories of his enterprlningepirit which will only fade with the vortex of crowded city improvements EDWIN FORIIES A Lifo and Death Fight Mr W A limes of Manchester la writing of his almost miraculous escape front death says Exposure after mess les induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I lied frequent htniorrhagea and coughed Highland day All my dcctors said I must soon die Then I begun to use Dr Kings New Dis covery which wholly cured me hundreds have used it on tny advice and all say it never fails to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular alza G0 j and 100 Trial bottles free at Short llnynea drug store r jtnnivrro Tnunrerro I suppose sahl a government clerk to the man across the table that you have heard of tho Virginia family of Derby which spells Its name En- rouIhty ns well as the Chumleys of England but I came across one the other day that Ill bet a bat you never heard of The subject of the sketch was a Virginian or claimed that he was and ho walt so youthful anti unsophisticated that I guess ho was tell ing the truth Children and tools you know haven weakness In that regard- I met the young fellow on a train between Richmond nnd Petersburg and wo struck up quite an acquaint ance Ho told me his name was Tolll ver Oliver Tolllvcr and I very natu rally asked him If he spelled his name as did the famous P P V Tnllaferros and ho said he did and seemed to bo proud of ft I was rather proud to be friendly with ono of the name myself and made myself extra agreeable When ho left mo at a way station and bado me goodby ho tendered mo his card and told mo ho hoped I would not forget him I didnt look at this card till ho had gone and would you believe It tho young fellow bad his namo spelled to match as It were and It appeared thus Mr Allaferro Talla ferro which In my humble opinion was gettlnp Oliver Tolllvcr down pret ty fine Dont you think so tool Washington Star Glorious News Comes from Dr D D Cargild of Wflshita I T He writes Four hot ties of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs Brewer of scrotum which has eauPfd her treat suffering for years Terrible s res would break out on her head nnd face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure Is complete and her health excellent Tills shows what thousands have provedthat Electric Bitters is the beet blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and run ning sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps diges tion and builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Short and Haynep druggists Guaranteed A Lake That Cut float A sfrango lake exists In tha center of Sulphur Island oft New Zealand It Is CO acres In extent about 12 feet in depth and 15 feet above tlw level of tho seaThe most remarkable characteristic of this lake Is that the water contains vast quantities of hydrochloric and sul phuric acids hissing and bubbling at a temperature of 110 degrees P The dark green colored water looks particularly uninviting Dense clouds of sulphuric fumes constantly roll oft this boiling caldron and care has to bo exercised In approaching this lake to avoid the risk of suffocation On the opposite side of the lake may ba seen tho tremendous blowholes which when In full blast present an awe Inspiring sight Tho roar of tho steam as it rushes forth Into tho air Is deafening and often huge bowlders and stones are hurled out to a height of several hun dred feet by the various Internal forces ofnatureA can ba launched on tho lake and If proper cora bo observed tho very edges of the blowholes may bo safely exploredSome Idea of the strength of the acid saturated water of this lake may be gathered from the fact that a boat al most dropped to pieces after all tho passengers had been landed as tho rivets had corroded under tho Influence of tho acids + r r Oliios Famous Mound To Be A Park The Snrpnt Ionml the most famous df the works of ttiu mound builders of Ohio lID soon to become the property of theO io Aicl to logical and HintoricalSo ciety Nv it In tilt property of Ilarvaid Uiilventity Pecretury Uimlall of the Oulo Society recieyd notification recent ly that the Trustees of Harvard Univer city hall adopted a resolution signifying their willlugneesto transfer the control of the famous park to thet Ohio orgaulzi tiou A deed will be tire vn up in a few days Ton years ago the clubwomen of Boston purchased life property in quifl tlou fur the sum of 5000 and prevented it to the Peabody Mutual the Trustees of which transferred It to Harvard Uni varsity Mre than 1000 hiss been expended iu improvements but the East era institution has readied the conclu don that the park should be under the control of Ohio oeople A correspond encu wits opened with Mr Randall who after aecertaiulnu that the society which he represents has the right to acquire such property accepted the offer of the Trustees The conditions of the transfer rcquiru the society to maintain the mound and surroundings as a public park and to erect a suitable monument or tablet Inscribed with the record of the preservation ant the transfer of proper I ty Columbus Ohio lress Post food Is digested quickly it 11Unltss and irritate time stomach meal take a teaspoonful of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what I you eat and will allow you to eat all you need of what you like It never fails to cure the worse case of dyspepsia It Is pleasant to take A I11 FW TKniplrcM not niiioUnnckerrII1 Mr James Ilhcn who Is engaged In a special study of bats says that It Is a fallacy that tho vampire Is a blood sucker Travelers and story writers are responsible for tho story of the tcr rlblo bloodsucking vampire bats of South America Nearly all general writers on this subject agree with them as to Its criminal record anti they all concur In laying tho blame on a large grotesque looking bat with an enormous leaf nose the Vauipyrus spectrum This bat Is common in South and Central America and from his great size being about two feet across the outspread wings Is a suggestive and repulsive enough object to Impute the blood loving habit to As a matter of tact this Is a somewhat useful animal and Is totally Innocent of those charge tho bloodsuck ers being two much smaller and rarer bats The front teeth of these two lat ter aro enormous lancets occupying over half the tooth row of the animals and possessing very sharp edges which can easily penetrate tho human skin The teeth of tho big vampire on the other hand are simply adapted for a diet of Insects nnd fruit Tho truo bloodsucking bats are much rarer than tho vampire Philadelphia Record l lateLute tall I sprained hip wlillo handling some heavy boxes Tho doctor I called on said at first it was a slight strain aud would soon be well but It grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatibtn It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try Chamberlains Pain Balmy I tried it and one half of a 50 cent bottle cured me entire ly I now recommend it to all mv frleudaF A BAJICOCK Erie Pa It Is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shollman Stophensport in New Ynrkn Now Such Society A salient feature of tho reign of the now rich Is the habit of estimating a mans success In life solely by the money he has acquired There aro gather ings of society In New York where If the question were asked about a fellow citizen Has ho been successful tho answer would bo In the negative had tho person Inquired about not accumu hated wealth No matter whether he had served his country as a soldier statesman or philanthropist bad led tho youth of his generation as a college president had been an educator of tho pcoplo in school or pulpit hall achieved wldo renown as a Jurist had written a great book had held multitudes en thralled by his poetry had painted no blo pictures lied advanced science or surgery had created a leading news paper or magazine Notlilng of all this tells no Is not a success because ho has not piled up dollars to flaunt In the worlds faccl Saturday Evening Post A Monster Devil Fish Destroying its victim is a type of con stipation The power of this malady Is felt on organs nerves muecles and brain But Dr Kings New Life Pills are a safe and certain cure Best In the world for Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Only 25 cents at Short t Haynes drug store Kind words are benedictions They are not only Instruments of power but of bencvolcnco and courtesy blessings both to the speaker and hearer of them Frederick Saunders WNO ESTERRIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS unlformlt WINOHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO New Karen Conn d Blood TrOUbles important poisoning instead of nourishing the body and loss of health is sure to follow Some 1poisons enter the blood from without through the skin by absorption or inoculation others front within as when waste products accumulate in the system and ferment allowing disease germs to develop and be taken Into the circulation Vlillc all blood troubles have one common origin each has some peculiarity to distinguish it from the other Contagious mood Poison Scrofula Cancer Rheumatism Eczema and other blood diseases can be distinguished by a certain sore ulcer eruption or inflammation appearing on the skin livery blood Old disease shows sooner or later all the outside and on the weakest part of the body or where it finds the least resistance Many mistake the sore or outward sign for the real disease and attempt a cure by the uso of salves liniments and other external npnlications Valuable time is lost and no permanent benefit derived from such treatment BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES the poison must be completely and penna- nently emdlcatedthebluod reinforced purifiedand cleansed or the disease goes deeper and saps the very life Mercurynpotash and arsenic the treatment usually prescribed in this class of diseases are violent poisons even when taken la small dosesnever cure but do much harm by adding another poison the already overburdened diseased blood S S S Natures own remedy made of roots and herbs attacks tbe disease in rv the blood antidotes and forces out all impurities makes weak thin blood rich strong and healthy and at the saute time builds tip the general health S S S is the onlyy F deepseateibloodspecific for all blood anti skin troubles 2 Froo Medical Troatmont Our Medical Department is in charge of y1 skilled physicians who have made blood and skin diseases a life study so If you havd Contagious Blood Poison Cancer Scrofula Rheumatism Eczema an Old Sore or Ulcer or any similar blood trouble write them fully for advice about your case All correspondence is conducted in strictest confidence We make no charge for this service Book on blood and skin diseases free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga NEWSOMS COLUMN If you dont want to make money stay away but if you do come right along I and I will sell 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this county has been lounged very materially by the excessive rains MAYOU Thompson of Henderson has issued n proclamation closing all Niloon trout Saturday midnight to Sunday mid night GEOKOIA Missouri V rmo 1 Cl e ruin as woll as Keutui 7 l uocnit in mted for Bryan tit ttheir conveti tious last weok JUDOE James P Tarvin of Coving ton will in all probability be a candi date for Governor before tho Democratic state convention uoxt mouth Ox page two of this issue will lx found uu entertaining article on the coming National Democratic Convention to bo held iu Kansas Oily July 41 GHAYSOX county will hold an old peo pies meeting at an early date All IHT suns sixty years old tied over are cs pecially invited to pnrtiiimto An in terertiug program will be prepared TIn navy department at Washingtoi has been notified by Admiral Ktunpf that tho Taint forts fired m the fureigi ships Mo flay mill aver a brief engage went surrendered The bombardment lnatal seven hours and two British war shiiw were sunk Admiral Kcmptl hUB been given instructions to protect nil American Interests at his own dkcrutioi and to act wmcniTently with tho repre a Ututives ot the other powers Tim JIOTllMllIOOD OF MAX IIoww depmnxl the nat ro or how over besotted tbs bruin there it n spirit in the mind of every ndnlt person Ht some stage of lift or in some conditioi f mind that craves a betterment in the lives of men aWl hopes that this youth of limitation may be braver trncr and nobler than the prevent or past genera timiii This broadening awl unceasing tthought and caw for the ennobling of 1 littlu1 childrens lives and the accouipan illC effort to show them the better way mill to avoid pitfalls and snares lane 1 ii called by a popular writer the otherhood of man This feeling which IsalmoHt nnivena uniinhes an incentive for as many un rlukingi as the minds and ambitions of men are capable Some worship at till altar of fame others accumulate wealth one desires power and another iliids himself and his all for the re ucu ration of the world Even though tllP roccessof each toiler be complete 1m joy is floating and his timeof harvest l i1lfi Tho only lasting snecx H must be I1 nod in the fostering of this feeling of UMtherlincsA the Mtcriflcing of oneself fur the improvement of coming goner al ions thai hastening the evolution of ilio perfect man awl perhaps adding ono mall put to the glorious whole divinely I caned by tin master mints o uiday school work furnishes the imxcmI example of what is being done fur the little ones and the large ones too fur pas not all ohrLttian effort a reactive iituncy repaying in strength andfuith what expended in energy and uteri fbt1 This particular branch of the churches is now enjnymg tho results of tin ilies thought and the most advanced method OM fends and fretting over iKm sential points are being laid aside mud the churches still separate and of ilive ue dealings on many questions arc rally Ing together in an invincible antsy to win the children for Christ What else really matter Th international lesdons have been ouutT l tl Kfratwit factor iu pstabllah fog thr harmonious relations Thou came tli organization of Sunday school unioitM imspwtivo of denomiuntions Those unions rtresytemnt1 s fly Ijdannod and controlled mud are productive of munch geNl They Inspire teacher and pnpil alike and oftcu times kindle an en thuiUm fur the work in the minds of some otherwise indifferent attendants Such perhape was the effect of the roo coat moating at this place of tho Brack onrige County Samlay School Aasooin tion and such surely will be tlio result of the stato mooting nt Bowling Green Littlo drops of good hero there and everywhere form tiny rivulets which mako the brooks of jpence that flow on amid on into rivers of righteousness that go to mako up tho great sons of Godly influence that by and by shall overspread tho entire world TUB Kentucky Baptist Associatioi held a successful session at Owcnsbor last week with ono hundred anti forty eight ministers present The meeting next year will bo at Murray It you lire troubled with that most uc comfortable diems called pulse dont neglect it Dont lul the complaint get- a fl m luitd Every dey the dlseaaH IIs ncubceii It grows wore1 Commence at oc 10 uw TABLE Rs BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT tlin relief is Imm tilntx aud cure inddltblc Price 50 Cents in bottles Tuba 75 cents SIMILAR CASE Dicision of Court of Appeals In Local Option Contest En courages Temperance People MERCER COUNTY CONTEST Time local option people of this district l have groat cause for rejoicing in the de I I siou recently handed down by the I couIIn 196 Mercer county carried for temperance Two years later tho whis key men called another election nt liar ri burg which they won This was con tested on account of tho three years timo limit for calling now elections in such cases but the whiskey element was BUS taiucd before tho Circuit Judge Tin question was curried to the Court of Appeals which last week rendered the following decision Intoxicating Liquors Local Option Frequency of Elections Separate Eke tion in Precinct After Election in Couu ty Commonwealth vs ottomsNot to be reported Filed Juno 13 1000 Appeal from Mercer Circuit Court Opinion of tho court by Chief Justice Hazelrigg granting rehearing nUll reversing First Under Constitution section 01 requiring tho General Assembly bj general law to provide n menus for talc ing tho sense of tho pooplo of any count city town district or precinct as to tho smile of liquor therein Kentucky Statutes section 2503 providing that elections for that purpose shall not IK held for any county city town district or precinct oftenor than onto in every three years is valid Second Under that statute nn dice tion in a county having resulted against the sale of liquor therein an election to take the sense of the voters of a city or precinct or other subdivision of n ennui tyt cannot be kohl until after the expira tion of three years from that time though the subdivision may under Ken tacky Statutes auction 2600 deckle for itself prior to or jtimultfmeously with the vote taken in the county W S Taylor M 11 Thatcher for ap pellant E II Oaitber for m piiellee Hows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewan for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Welhe nutlenigned have known F J Oheney fJr the lust fifteen years Mull be lien him perfectly honorablu in all busier i transactions and financially able to carry ont any obligation made by their firm WestATrnsx Wholesale Druggists Tole do 0 Availing Klnnau Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo ObiO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal 1ly acting directly upon the blood mud mucous surfaces of the syetoin Price 76e per boUle Sold by All druggists Testimoniala free Halls Family Pils are the heatt AlMCti netter Little Was Em Wmthirlrolt the nineteen mouths old clrild of 5Ir and Mm Jesse Weatherholr who hns been quite ill is improving Pretty Qlrls After School Certificates About sixty young ladles aud gmitle men were at Hln1ln burl Met Friday puttlnt in tbtii best licks for a tint elate school eertificatp Neglect fis the short step so many take from a sough rr cold to Consumption The oarly use of One Miunte Cough Cure prwTwntu consumption It Is the only harmWai remedy that gives Immediate results It curMS all throat and lung Ircubleo Children all like it and moth ers endorse itA It Fisher Funeral Postponed The fnneml of V It Burton which was announced to tbo preached on the third Sunday in Juno was postponed until tho third Sunday in July on no count of tho piMtor lire Lewis attend ing the Baptist Association at Owens boro Masonic1 St Johns Day Celebration- On Monday Juno 25th the Houdor son Route will run a special train from Henderson to Louisville and return boar fug Cloverport 833 n in Returning leaves Louisville 1015 p m Faro 8160 c Every day adds to the list of deaths attributed to heart failure If the truth were told the bulk of these deaths might be written down as due to sltnudrh follurr For It is in the failure of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition that nweak heart weak lungs n weak nerves and other forms of physicial deterioration having their beginning The man whose stomach is sound who can digest and assimilate the food he cats ant so keep each organ of the body well nourished is the man who is least liable to collapse under the sudden weakness of some organThe of health which fol lows the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medicall Discovery is chiefly due to the fact that it perfectly and permanently cures disease of the stomach and organs of digestion amt nutrition purifies the blood and increases the blood supply of the body Weak people will find in this medicine a sure means of strength- I was under doctors care for quite a time writes Mr I P Kldd of Pnrmleysville Wayne Co Ky They had almost given me up and my stf ring WM very great My pulse was weak breath short and I lad severe palm In back head and legs lead palpitation heart- and for eleven months I wan not able to do a days work I purchased five bottles of Dr R V fierce s Golden Medical Discovery and by the time the fifth bottle was gone I was a welt man Dr Pierces Pellets regulate the liver IMMENSEPROGRESS The Woman Suffragist I Cnuse Growing More Popular Every Year NEWSPAPER COMMENTS ARE COURTEOUS The newspaper comments r n woman suffrage show more plainly than any thing else the immense progress maiii by that once unpopular cause A few years ago courtesy was the exception aud insolence the rule In a journalistic utterance on the woman question Now it is the other way No reputable paper ever speaks of woman suffrage and tie great leaders except with respect and admiration Tho Radiant Centre a Washington Journal has this to say of the last convention in that city The Womans Suffrage Association lias just closed a triumphant convention here Packed houses almost without standing room were the order of the day Magnificent women charmed tin ear and electrified the brain among them the ItevIdm 0 Hultin time Itttv Anna Shaw May Wright Sewall Floj enoe Howe Hall daughter of Julia Ward Howr and our great Susan 13 Anthouy What a change for Miss Anthony since the days when she Will Looted and jcurti by the same changeable public which now dtllhtbta to honor aud applaud I WM talking the other day with Mrs Until Innni oii of this city who reulsut benn meeting hold here wizen there were distinct signs of impending rough uwge at tho hands of a mob A friend urged Mw Deonlson to leave tho hall NorI said this grand woman I stand here for the niiuulplu in which I bt liavu Myl pieosl IU by Mum Anthony nod here I remain What bring the tears to my ttyei M 1 write this Tiny Are not tears of sorrow I am touch ii in just this way when Miss Antimony Maps upon the platform aud isgr Mitedby a down of applnuwi to nil of which she is M smilingly indiflerm as she once TM to the storm of abuse which assailed her She moves now on the mum of President McKinley with the same calm majesty oT front ease preeentcd to the howling mob If this in not the mastery of tranccendmit spirit what ia it The following is uu extract from n private letter written by a well known Kentucky woman now iu Washington City The ewsionu of the last N A W B A were the most iutareeting ever held It was BO beautiful to see tho graceful way iu which Mlee Anthony ro tired from the presidency and the loving cordial earnest introduction of her successor Mrs Catt Both are such floe types of womanhood and Mis Anthony could not have had a more worthy suc cessor lire Catt has the charm of per sonal beauty and Is a most gifted speaker with a beautiful voice It was a perfect joy to see Wins Anthonys triumph and the splendid ovation given her at La Fuyette Theatre Time beautiful addresses and congratulations from women representing every society and profession while she sat liko a queen surrounded by her court her strong fine face softened by happiness and her white hair adding Its softening effect She is always hand somely gowned and is such a commanding figure that I always feel as if aa au dience should rise when sho entero the room The suffragists are so well Or ganized and such good parliamentarians that there Is no disorder and confusion end ttlmoit ithout exception the ap dreeeea were line and well worth listening to There Is said to have been a time when you could tell a woman suffragist by the length of her hair and the cut of her gown and it is also eaid that thq personality of the ploneersufliaglst was so disagreeable that it took an immense amount of courage to follow in her wake I dont believe a word of this tale Susan B Anthony was beautiful m her youth and Lucy Stone was a little roundfaced rosycheeked woman with the sweetest voice that ever fell on human ears The persons of the suffragist has notchanged at all the only change is in the opinion- of the fickle public that used to greet Miss Anthony with rotten egg and that now smothers her in roses and loads her with honors If there was ever a distinction I i r matter of dress and face betvr suflreglet and the anti sufragiel i U ishedlong ago Today the only ester ence between the two is an interior one The suffragist Is stroig minded and the antisuffragist Is not This distinc tion Is decidedly advantageous to the suffragist for whore is the man or the woman who in the age of the world dares to say that strenth of mind is an undesirable quality of womanhood LIDA OALVEBT ODENCUAIN Supt Trees Work Ky E R A Quit coughing is easy enough if you know how to do it Tho best way to quit is to take one dose of Dr Bells Pine Tar lfonoy Summer coughs lung coughs winter coughs bronchial coughs or any kind of a cough or cbld is speedily cured by the use of this reme dy Children love it Old people like It NEWS FROM THE FIELD Golden Rod Attends The W F 11 Meeting at Trenton Ky TRENTON KY Juno 17th 1000 DEAn BEADEKS OF THE NEWS Mrs Owen Cunningham Miss Tula Daniels Miss Irene Board Mrs Gus Shclhuau Mrs R1 Jolly and myself are hero at tending tho 21st annual meeting of tho W F M Society There aro about a hundred delegates mid visitors Tho opening exercises were hold at the church Juno 10th at eight oclock Tim annual sermon Was preached this Sunday morning by Rev C P Reid who is our missionary in Koren It was a rare privilege to listen to his talk which was such as only experience of long years can enable a ulna to maker Miss Maria L Gibson Principal of the Scarrott Bible and Training School is here and also Bias Alice Griffith who iis to go to China in a short time Tho Welcome is cordial nod entertainment all that can be wished This is n flue country but it has been subjected ton miuinturo deluge and rains are likely to continue Truly GoLDr RoD Cheap Insurance Many A man has been iiimired fgo nst Rrifshta dlenae diabetes or other dan geroiw ailment by n fifty cent bottle of Foloys Kidnoy CureMoormnnOweu Employs Tlilrly Men Peter Boet the big lumber dealer is doing a good business and giving em ployment to about thirty men Ho runs his milt every day and cuts front 7000 to 10000 feet of lumber per day The Clilmme k how iis your liver instead of how do you do for when the liver la active the health Js good UeWitlH Little Surly Risers lUll famous for the llvtr and LovolllA R Fisher Rlngllng Bros Circus On Friday Juno 22nd tho Hondersou Route will run n special trait from Irvington to Oweniboro mill return loaviiig Glovcrport 823 a in Returning leaves Owonsboro fi30 pm Faro 80 cts H OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys inucaltby Kidneys Make Impure mood All the blood in your body paces through CUT kidneys once every three minute and rnay have The kidneys are your orIthey are sick out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from excess of uric acid the tonegloctedkdneyKidney trouble causes quick unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries used be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild KllmetsSwnmpRoot soon realized stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases Is sold on Its merits fillYIcentes You a hIII I t If or to In or I II to It eomPEootfreeout if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer 2c Co Binghamton N Y BATTLETOWN More rain last week Gee whiz dont corn grow after these rainsJim Hackman has an attack off rheu matism Cherries have about disappeared from the trees While loading ties last week Frank Greer was seriously hurt A tie fell on him dislocating his legates knowledge of the progress happen logs and doings of a vast throng of com munities throughout its bounds of cir culation Mr Wash Snell and Miss Maud Whelen were married at the home of 41 bride near Sirocco on June 5th nUulatlone- ii yep Cedar Flat the editor will pout the items from your place The NEWS embracfseverythlng that is honor able uplifting and pure and dlssemln Mr George Singleton and Miss Josle E Snell eloped to Corydon Ind and were married June 4th Miss Snell was a correspondent to the Meade Messen gerWe are sorry to note the serious ill ness of Mrs Annie Haynes who had an attack of convulsions Dr Burch of Brandenburg and Dr Hardesty of Pay nesyille are the attendants Mr William Blake and my siat Mattie Bennett were unit bonds of matrimony at our homo on June 10th Rev Haynes pronounced the ceremony A host of friends and relatives assembled to witness the event May joy and a long happy life be theirs The Republicans of this county all say they will support Hon John W Y rkere for Governor Ycrkerc is an orator and a fine specimen of the HUT hood hff Ku J tucky I hope if he is elected that he will not be knocked down and dragged out like that great sovereign W S Tay lorI think some of the leading Democrats should apologize for making such blowing remarks about the Republican con vention held at Brandenburg lost month because they bad a little controversy in electing a chairman Had they held a- more peaceful convention on June 2nd they might hays been justified in criti cising ours For fear that some readers of the NEWS might misjudge me for a partisan I have these remarks to make that a true and loyal Democrat is as high in my estima tion as a Republican of the same type but I cannot endorse the treachery fraud and vile depiedations planned and carried out by a faction of the Dem ocratic party in the recent gubernatorial campaignJuly our countrys birthday what a grand day to celebrate I Na day in the year brings so much inspiration and nthnstasni For one hundred and twentyfour years that day has been hon ored by all Americans above all others and may it always bo The day will be celebrated here this year Preparations are being made to entertain a large num ber of guests and every body is cordially invited to attend No man can destroy a mans character but himself No matter how hard Ha enemies may try to cast him down if he has a good name andcbarrcter in the est mation of those around him he will shine and cast a shadow of confusion upon his slanderers There areeome degenerated ppecinisni of time human race who if they were caRt 1 la A solitary corner like Crusoe where there was no ono for Jhem to crHlciseorscandaliz would die from the effects of the imprisoned passion within them Gov Mounts statement in regard to the requisition papers raised tho ire of a good many Democrats We believe that Gov Mount made a just ntatement He said When I know that Gov Taylor shall be given a fair trial and not until then shall I honor the requisition papers We know that his act is recog nized by thenoble manhood of Ken tncy and wo believe It is recognized by the Divine God who rules supremo over and above all othere Gov Mount did lust what any otbersoverelgu who knows truth would have done in refusing to deliver Gov Taylor Into the hands of enemies who would Lang him for par tisan spite This story reminds me of Jesus and the Jews when the innocent Savior could not get justice even in Pilatea judgment hall The only diff erence is that won toro ordained and was the only plan to redeem a dark and be nlghled world Tho character of the nobler manhood of Kentucky has been killed hut yet it will redeem our be loved home Kop It in Your Homo And when the bowels fall to act properly take n dose of LYoNS LAXATIVH SYRUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Hawesvlllc Industries Changing Hands Tho deal for the Hawosvillo Roller Mill was closed yesterday and it will pass into tho hands of Bullitt Co tho grain people early next week Mr Geo Bentley will bo actively in charge and sunny modern and valuable improve monte will be made tfho price paid was 3600 cash Hawosvillo Clarion e woman happiness can be complete without children = i WomanI tlutWeYCSI Y Nightmare titherMOIhCFSpainfulerdongeri out The use of lendppriceless value to wAddiesDredBdRegulatooruCo AtlantaGallon i I IFiww IYou want anything in the China r ware line we want to say that our 1 stock of e Ii LAMPSLDISHES1 AND fI m sABRAC m will be sold at greatly reduced pricesrr H to make room for other goods We flj mean what we say Come and see j- fjf Fancy Cake Plates cut from 25c to 15c N M Fancy Fruit Dishes cut from 2 to 121 Fancy Fruit Dishes cut from I5o to 98c + m Fancy Fruit Dishes cut from 75e to Soc i Fancy Fruit Dishes cut from SOc to 37c Fine Milk Pitchers cut from SOc to 38c kartI Vases of all kinds cut half price Fine Cups and Saucers cut half price R ij SPECIALMasons Fruit Jars Quarts I 58c Half Gallons 73c per doz e g 4 THE FAIR M Clovcrports Leading OnePriceilouse II i7ut i 711 1 zi412v d1d ri + iIfS1lt iia I1I- o Ifyzr JW ld IA iA 1AJlr1t JAidl1 flliJA J1 JraJA J11 JJt GaQ G G O lITS AT SIPPELSr OGmGQOJ Q IJ FiltlkJdr e mvC7V 8 til7I i o q == JA Gallon of Pure Lindseed Oil Mined With a Gallon of HAMMAR PAINT f Makes two gallons of tho very best paint in the world for 250 orL25 per gallon Sold and Guaranteed Five Years by R S BANDY Irvington Ky Cycling bee its ups and downy After the downs use Banner Salvo if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt qnck ly Moorman Owe- nDERBY IND Mr and Mrs A Blddla knave a new baby at thelrhouse- Martin and Gates have dissolved part nership in the new store William Shutts Is clcrknon in Mar tins store The Sunday school at the Badger school house is taking quito a lot of youngsters out of town James Masterson was in town Tuesday on business The ball Saturday night was well at tended The spring echool closed Tuesday Edward Haynes of Payneavllle was in town one day last week lire Jarrett is expecting her Ion to visit her soon A number of people I from here at tended the show at Cannelton last week CA rORJABears theAlba Kind Vw Kan AlWijfS Bwglit Bignatarefof Third Venture In Matrimony Ouster Ky June 14 1000 Two inilea eat of this placo at 4 p m on June 12th at the homo of tho bride Jabe 0 LyoN v of tide placA and Margaret Preston ihjc the presence of many Mends anda j quaiutancesi wero united in marriage v 1 rBrot third venturo for the groomf and ttheV second lot the brldo Bro Lyon v la ant earnest Christian worker of whom the 5 bride is truly worthy Their many friends Join In wishing s r- r them many moro happy days V c You feel better at once after utlpfVI HERBINE you enjoy your food more MX and you get more nourishment andlc vliroraling force out of what you st L 4 Hence IIERBINE make yoll etrosg vigorous and cheerful Price 60 cnte iRetires Frorathe Roleofa agogpei t Sidney Hall of near Flardlnsburgim + R quit teaching school and gone to hard work on tho farm He was here Ilstr Saturday rr v t 1 Dont let your rrhoeaJ ther chronic staIle Cure it WlthI1i des i- AntiPain the greatest cure on earth fpeJ i Colic Cholera lyarrhoea sad all Ixtei nal and external pains V c t te t + I U r r 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 5 Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Ahvays cures SICK HEADACHE spur stomach malaria indiges tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases tfUTTS Liver PILLS BRECKENRIDGE NEWS rWEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1000 Kp 1t3 It 4alfMlpilai 9 H 4 X He News in Brief I 4444 4444 44444 i4 + iti4i4t Soda wattr all flavors atSippers Onscadens fresh fruit ice cream at SIppelaTry Julius Sippets fresh fruits and vegetablesMiss Jarboe returned from Glen deane Sunday Fancy cakes fresh and crisp at the City Bakery Lemonade and soda vater at all hours at the City Bakery 0 W Moorman Jr of Louisville spent Sunday here H ti Atkinson of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday here Julius Slppels uptodate grocery can f Usfy your every whim julius Sippel keeps the best brands of confectionery Try him Nothing is so refreshing as the soda water at the City Bakery When doing your marketing dont for get to go to the City Bakery O W Moorman ot Ulendeane spent Saturday andSunday here Frank Bartles Skillmans thriving merchant was here Saturday Judge William Ahl of Ilardlneburg was in the city last Thursday Prof W B Maple of Louisville la visiting friends at Owensboro I Mire Mollie Johnson of Lewisport is visiting relatives at this place Mrs John Burks has returned to her home at Addison for the summer Mr and Mrs James Crawford of Stephensporr were hero Saturday Misses Lulu and Ella Christ left Sun day to visit relatives in Evansville Mrs A L Oelze and daughter Miss M Ethel went to Owensboro last week Mrs Adams of Leltcbfleld is the guest of her slater Mrs Amiel Otlzo Mr Ramsay circulation agent of the Evening Post was in town Monday Dire M Hennen of Hawesvllle was jthejsuest of Mrs Alex Boyd Saturday 8 Mrs K N Hudson and daughter Vii 9 gifts spentjfWednesday iu Louisville Miss Margaret Bowraer has returned from a visit at Bhelbyville aud Winches ter i Mrs WJ Tigttott of Bewley ville wa the guest ef Mrs Jno D Babbage Thurs day IteB Lillie Slppel was the guest of Miss Effie Swagcot at Owensboro last week t Mrs WIgglnton of Ml Washington fs the guest of her daughter Mrs W B Rulledge Dugs Emma Tinius of O ensboro spent Sunday with her slater Misa Mag gie TJnius Mrs AlIce Brodt of Indianapolis dad is at Mrs George Jordans for a few weeks Mlsa Linnie Delluy is the guest of Mies Annie Hambleton at Sorglio Dav less county Miss Jennie Green arrived from Louis ville Friday to be the guest ot Miss Flor IWe Cottrell AypMiB Alex Heron han returned home after a prolonged visit to relatives in Philadelphia Mire Obns B Sklllman and daughter Elizabeth left last week to visit relatives at Morgan field Mrs James T Skillman and children are visiting her mother Mrs Hannah Hardin at Ilolt Mrs W J Sherman and daughter Margaret left Thursday for their home I at roledo Ohio Mrs Perry of Willowdale has been visiting her daughter Mrs Frank Bar ties at Skillman Frank Fairleixb of Louisville spent Saturdayhere the guest of his aiint Mrs Jno D Bahbago EJ Brack wio has charge of the I A Dye Lumber Company store at Vander voort A Ua visiting old friends at Cutler Mrs Henry Armstrong and children who have been visiting relatives and friends at Rock Vale returned home Sunday Mlw Allieno Murray and Mrs L PL jjleid will give a classical musicale at She Presbyterian church Tuesday night j one 20th Oardaare out announcing the marriage t ot Mr John T Ditto to Mlsa Emily Fttrr Hamshnr at Decatur flu Thursday June 28th Julius Slppel has ice for sale Fresh vegetables every day at Julius Sippels All the fruits on the market at Julius Sippele It will pay you to notice the Fair ad this week Jule Sippel will deliver ice cream every day- Harvey Yeatnan of Henderson was here Sunday J D Uaoibleton of Henderson spent Monday here J T McDonald of Henderson visited the city Sunday Freih bread and rolls delivered at your house every morning by Julius SIppel Mi a Frank Ferry of Stephens port is the guest of Mrs Harvey Adams at OweiBboto Mrs Sam Keith and children rff Owerwboro are visiting Mr and Mrs J E Keith Mr and Mrs Felix Elder have gone to Morganfleld Mr Elder will enter buai fleas in that city Miss Gertie Barnes of Rome Ind ar rived Monday to spend the week with Miss Clara Dyer Archie Smith Charles Lewis and Birk Dugan tf Owensboro were the guests of Roy Heyser Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Moorman of Glen deanewere the guests of Dr and Mrs J T Owen Monday Rev I B Timberlake was a visitor to the city two days last week Hu was enroute to Owensboro Mrs Wedding and son AI Sbacklett of San Antonio Texas are visiting rela tives and friends here J E Keith returned from Owensboro Sunday where he had been attending the Baptist Association Miss Nellie Burks of Addison has re turned from Pewee Valley and Louisville after a delightful visit Rey W B Rutledge and J E Keith were delegates to the Baptist Associa tion at Owensboro last week Walter May came down from Louisville to spend Sunday with his parents Mr and MRS Chas May Sr Mrs W B Rutledge and sister Mrs Oliver were at Owensboro last week attending the Baptist Association Sherman Ball and Miss Lily Scott of Hardlnsburg were the guests of Miss Jennette Waifleld Thursday Mrs Judge DeHaven and daughter Mies Mayme are in Louisville visiting her ton Mr Fred Dellaveu Wm Bowmer and John Burke Jr are the guests of their grandmother Mrs Eliza Burks at Addison Mr and Mrs Morris Beard and eon Franklin of Hardinsburg spent Sunday here at the fisher Homestead Mrs Edgar Turpin of Now York who has been the guest of Mrs R N Hudson for several weeks has returned home The debate at the W C T U next Monday night will be on the question whether or not the world is growing bet ter Miss Gertrude McDonald of Cwont boro and Mr Elgin Rice of Greenvlll were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs BarryMr and Mrs Chas Haminan Miss Rosa Rttldelnnd Mr Cerf attended the funeral of Mrs Brook Dick at Addlson FridayMrs labeling and Mrs Sam Rice this county spant Monday in town the guest of Mrs Ricas mother Mrs B BeavlnThe atmosphere around Doe Run Springs Meade county will be sprinkled with pretty songs for thu next two weeksMrs Jonas D Wilton left last week for Potoka Ipd where she will spend several weeks with her sister Mrs Nan nie Rose Rev W B Snead of Hardlnsburg was in town Sunday nnd preached an interesting sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night The members of the Christ Church Cathedral choir of Louisville are taking a two weeks recreation at the Doe Run Spring Mnado county Mr Oboe F Mnttingly has left for MorgnnQehl to reside iu the future Mr Mnttingly will engage In the saloon business at the above place Roy Lucien noelof Lebanon will conduct services ot the ProsCyterlan church Sunday morning at 11 oclock and evening at 7 oclock p m Misses Carrie and Irene Unser of Owensboro are spending the summer with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles Tiniua near this place R B Pierce of Colorado Springy who accompanied his wife and her mother Mrs Susan Duncan to Kentucky last week returned hcme Thursday nig- htt4CONSVMPTIONi iilnevu stops because the weather Ii is warm VT Then why stoptakin- gSCOTTS A- i simply because EMULSIONIIi KtW taking ft lungs and make another winter rIIlOCo tilt CO I all dmad- sbiitlrltit IPI 1 I 1 1N ritl l Abe McGavock was in town Sntur day MIfs Pearl Fella of Clovorport Ky Is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs Lewis Baker on Dry Run Week ly Register Leavenworth lad Mr and Mrs J D Hmnbleton and daughters Marion and JeflVy who have been the guest of Mrs Mollie Hamblu toil for several days will return to lieu derson tonight Mr Marion Hambleton who has been at Dr Stones sanitarium at Louisville during the winter arrived here Sunday night where he will spend the summer monthsMrs William Hcflius and son Master Elmer who have been visiting relatives In Evansville returned homo Friday ac companied by her sister Miesjlda Moser who will remain in tilt city several weeksMisses Allieno and Minnie Murray and Florence Cottrell and Messre Fred Ferry Fred ItaHuy Jesse Owen ind Fred FraizM went to flaweavilla Monday evening returning via the Str Tar BaconTo save mending avoid breaking and to avoid suffering prevent coughs and colds by the timely use of BALLARDS HOHEHOUND SYRUP It Is a safe sure and swift remedy for all bronchial ailments Price 25 and 50 aunts JOINED T MlttCH Mr Alex Boyd In ills Old Age Chooses The Better Part Mr Alex Boyd who has for years been associated with tho whiskey traf fic first nt Hnwesvillo and for many years at tills place has now nllicd himself with the Christina people Mr Boyd has been contemplating this movo foe somo time and it was Sunday Juno 17 that ho publicly acknowledged his desire by uniting with tho Methodist church The Christinn people nil cou grntulato 3Ir Boyd on the important step ho has taken Many women fail to digest their food andso become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion departs Remedy this by taking HER DINE after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price CO cents DEATH A RELIEF Mrs Nannie Withers Died At AIul dinugh June lath After A Prolonged Illness Muldrangh Ky Juno ISGOll has again taught us that this is not our abiding home On Juno 12th Mrs Namilo Withers wife of Boyd Withers died at her homo after several months of intense suffering Since her onrly life Mrs Withers has been n devoted member of tho Baptist church nud she leaves n husband and two dnughtors besides n host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss Sho was laid away in tho Withers cemetery by gentle nnd loving hands to await tho resurrection Ivy poisoulue nelson wounds and all other accidental injuries may 1be quick ly cured by using DWltts Witch Htzal Salve It is nlso a certain curs for pilos and skin dlooosill Take so otherA- R Fisher TOBINSPORT IND Levi WiochrU has gone to Oklahoma to visit his eon Jamwj Mr nnd Mrs Marlon WetherhoU were thu guests of rulatlvei here Sunday Thos Lyons imo family are sp ndiiig this week with relatives and friends at thlp piece- 1IIHi Lydia Frank of Cannolton was the guest of her parents Mr and Url A J Frank Sunday Turner Weutherholtwentto Louisville oat Thursday Ho goes to tako a peel Lion with a music firm Cass Gardner and little son Charles spent a low days last week in Louisville and Jeflursonville Mrs Louis Waggoner and Mrs Howard of UiUs Run visited Mr and Mrs Vim Wincholl last week Miss AnQiindu Tate who has been vis iting her slater Mrs Lula Wcntherholt Cloverport returned home last Wednes day Messre Bill Wincheel Chester Polk aud some more of our boys went to Can nelson last Wednesday and took in the showMiss Katie Moorman a charming young lady of Cloverport spent Satur day aud Sunday here the guest of Miss Elsie Harris The unfavorable condition of tho weather hinders the faimoro from harvesting their wheat and thousands of bushels will be lost Mrs Fanny Weatherholt anagod lady living in the Millstone neighborhood was accidently thrown last Saturday evening near Tobineporl- and had a narrow escape from losing her life She Is badly cut and bruised about the head and chest The accident occurred from driving into a very deep hole iu the road Dr White was Im mediately called and attended the Buff sting woman CRITICAL PERIODS In Womans Life Are Made Danger oils by Pelvlo Catarrh Mrs Mathilda htrII Mrs Mat ILilo RIchter Dontpban Nob says I suffered from catarrh for many years but alneo I havo boon taking To runa I feel strong and well I would advise all people to try Porima As I wild Pornna and Muunlln while IWM pesetas through the change of life I am pcxiltlT ly convinced your bonoflcial remedies have relieved mo from all JUT IliaIVrnna has raised moro women from beds of rlcknwa and sot thorn to work again than any other Timedy Pelvic oatarrh U the bane c Muinklnd Po runs Is tho bnuu of catarrh In all formAl and stag t rHCoIInmiltonColnm bUt O iwij a uI recommend Poruna to women believing it to bu especially beneficial to them Send for a free book written by Dr Hartman entitled health and beauty Address Dr Htrtman Columbus O OUHBRANDENBURG D W Lewis wns nt home this week Miss Daisy Mclntiro nttcndetl tho recital at Irvington It is lonesome not to seo the Normal ites puss and rciwss Mrs D W Howard and Miss Mary L Hnyned went to Louisvlllo this week Mr Burton Misses Mary Taylor Ten Hamilton and Dink Price attended tho recital nt Irvington Mrs Gladstone has crossed over tho stream of time to join the Grand OM Man who preceded her just n span Miss Susie Elder will give n largo par ty Thursday evening to tho X Vs luncheon music ami a general good time The CourierJournal has concluded that tho farce clement predominates In politics The EiiECKEvitiDon NBWS came to that conclusion some time ago Miss Dowdcn daughter of Mrs Liti tin Dowdcn Llzton had is tho gust ot Mrs Gcorgo Dowdunfi family Sho ro smithies her mother who was n very pretty girl indeed Misses Eva Honsloy ILmlinsburgnud Georgia Muonuan Glciulcnno nro visit ors of Miss Mnry Lewis Miss Kvn is n fuvorito in social circles lucre nod u charming girl Ms Moorman is quito handsome I nm tiiiro no 0110 in nil of Brandon burg enjoys the contests commeuco meats and recitals more than Mm Dr llnnllu who iu her young days was a natural elocutionist and n dnunntiu iin iwrtonator of character She Iwopi alive her illtor81t- Johll T Ditto cud Miss Emily Starr Hnmslior of Decatur 111 will he mar ried June 38th at her residence in that city The young lady is said to be quito hnudsome and nocompllahed She is a graduate of the Chicago nnd Boston Gouiervntorios of nnuio They will take n trip on the lakes until after July 4th when they will rnako their homo in Illinois for the present Tohu T Ditto iU 1a handsome young bachelor with the wall known hat concern Kali Fell heimor r Coof Cincinnati O This iplace is his homo or near hore on tho Franklin Ditto farm where ho was reared to young manhood and whore ho numbers a host of frionds John T was always one of my particular favorites from his childhood lIes ono who ap preciates ami values n true woman mid puro friollll hill not that t do not think thero are many and such a man invari ably makes a good husband All tho Ditto boys are good hnsbinds MuthurH who would keep their chil dren in good benlth Bhatild watch for time first symptoms qf worms and remove them with WHITES ORKAM VERMI FUGR Price 26 cents Married At Canncltoit D F Goodman and Miss Lawrence of Glendoanc wore married at Cnnnel ton Monday Juno 18th returning to their home In the afternoon The NEWS man met thltf happy couple nt Irvington and Joins with their many friends In wishing them all happiness antI good luck CEJ CHicHcarcns CNQLISH ENNYRAL PILLS W X4KTW AiurajxiClflCllEHTEKM Gold miulllo IMXM sealed with blue ribbo- nTaaanoother Rn e nKt rouiiabtI VruatJtortnonlKli and Heller for Ladles fnrakr plreturn Mail 10000 TetlmonlaU Sold by all 00aiadraoas At fWA rslis I +rabL9teroa o Nlv64 w1 I Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate fir one cent a word each insertion STRAYED OK STOLEYCOW TICAYKU OR SlOlKN On the lOch ol Ulune one milch cnwseycn yean old Color dui brown and mullOwnrr MISS W S Deuvin u WANTEOA GOOD COO- K1WANTEDA lead cook Inquire at Mi II f Holt Ky- WANTEDYOtXO MEN irANTED Younc nun with fair education TelegraphyRailroadl dortedby all leaning railway companies ai tin only pettect and reliable Irilltutlon of Its kind All cur graduates tn Quitted to poiitloni Ladies also admitted Write GLOIIETELEGIt4Ili- COLLEGE terra opens August l6thJ Leilnston Ky LEGAL DUNKS 77OH SAlJolIlank Deeda and Mortgagee and I1 All Norms of Lepal Blank HUKCKKN JUDGE NEWS OlMCE TDITION SAIK Certificate in llryant FOIt College IxnUvilie KY A II iiitKCKUNlllDOU NKWS OFFIC- EAdministrators Notice persons ktowinff thmtelvet indebted to the All of Allied Millr dccrsnd arc hereby notified to call and lettie the tame All claim against the estate must be preiented mopcrly proven for payment SILAS MIIXKH Admr FOR SALEENGINES StLUTwo 20 horse power engines IIOK 30 horae power bollera Complete ap rle brandy or whliker distillery 2 worms 2 atilt corn meal mill and Sheller three Inch tlireihlne machine and automat- eatackerInqutrooIL DtfDISONAddisonI- vy Notice To Stock Holders of The Gold Fortune Gus and Mineral Co A meeting of the stock hclderi will be hell on Tburxlay tune slat al3 P mrn It the Urethn ridge nark for the election of Ulrecton end hear reports at to the condition of the Company FCCosETsriAxn AMERICAN BEAUTIES FCCORSETS Made in all Iht newest models and leaders in strictly exclusive designs They have a national refutation for genuine corset wortit Send for our illustrated price ttitK- ALAVAZOO CORSET CO Sett Mitin Anlaiaroa Alit For lalt ty SAMUEL SULZER Clovcrport Ky FARM NOTES Wheat harvest tins begun In Hender son county WHEAT IN KENTUCKY The Juno report of the State Com missioner of Agriculture makes the fol lowing etimnt The condition of the wheat has declined from 100 on May 1st to 80 June let Tho decline IB shut mainly to ravages of the Hessian fly although some damage iiis attributed to the dry weather pre valing during May Some complaint la made of short heading and where growth was rank it is badlv lodged and tangledIt estimated that 17 per cent of the acreage haa been Injured by Hessian fly MKADE COUNTY Wheat will bo about half a crop it ix heading out very low Oats will also bo shoit Corn is a good stand and growing tfnely The canker worm lass destroyed ninny orchards this season BO the crop will bo very shot theta will be n fair crop of peaches and a goad crop of uher ties all kinds of small fruit promise splendid crops It would be far from time truth to say that rico growing in tho south h over done even with periods of depression iu tho markets and continued low prior So long 03 wo import annually this cer eal to the extent of 200 million pounds it would seem there is room for extend ing the rice area of Texas Louisiana and the Carolinas Tho law mokes it obligatory upon every person owning or leasing land on which Canada thistles grow to cut the same so as to prevent such thistles from going to coed That tired haggard look is all due to the nerves They are starved Tone them up and your whole system will at once take on new life and Increased vigor Tonio recuperates the brain andBede nourishment to the nerves It gives vigor vim and vitality to the whole system s m c Ii ARE YOU PANTING i FOR JUPAIR OF S READYTOFIT PANTS i I If its the case n Ii f i toi Nei your highestII ipairi I i I attainedPANTS i iiFrom50c to 800 i THE PRETTIEST ANDiiLARGEST LINE IN i THE COUNTYjj SIILZERSPHONEQ ieoe ee GLENDEANE Miss AlnmlMattingly went to Hnr tlinsburj last Satnrday MIsx RllnS Robertson spent Tuesday with Mif esJNolllo and Mnry Moornmu lire Hornbeck of Kirk lUll tnkon tho oontrnutjto build nbIgtoboccohnrn for John Dane Miss Blanche McDermott nntl her brother ClnrencoJof Louisville nro viiil itim Mrs W C Moonnmi Miss Mary MoMondor tv chnnniug visitor from Big Spring is the guest of Misses Mary and Nellie Moormnn ESIIcnry Moormnn returned from Lou IsvllloJ last week Another year nod Henryfwill he n finished diplomaed den tit Miss Mnry Peyton Full of Hough vie itcdjhor cousins MisscosMnry and Nub lie MoormnnSuntlny nud Moudny IIf Mrs Corbett anti chlldron Jack mid pretty little Miss Annls from St Aug ustine Fin are hero to visit Dr Demii sterrijfnmily nnd other friends horo Jlist Georgia Robertson of this place1 niul Miss Eva Ilaiinloy of ITnrdlniburg nro visiting Mice Mary Ixjwis of Dram denburg Juett McDonnld of Central Universi ty was horo Monthly mingling with old friends numb saying goptl worth for the school ho represents Buck Moormnn otTers n 410 reward for tho watch he lout while driving cuttle hunt weak Finder will return to 3Ir Moonnnn and gut 10 Farmers nre busy cutting Client W B Moormnn tho biggest wheat raiser in this section says his crop is not moro than half what It would have boot without the ruin Mr niul Mil Too Mnttingly mid Mrs Curtis went to Ivnnsim City Mo Mist week Mm Mnttingly went to receive medical treatment front nu eminent physician of that placo Tout Sponcor colored alrotuly n pensioner got 800 moro from tho govern ment last week Unolo Toni wisely concluded to buy n homo and bought n houso and lot of D 0 Moorman Eddie L Moorman goes to Hnrtltiis burg Saturday to take tho compelitivo oxamlnntion fur api oiutmeut to tho State College lIe hi u young man of superior nttniumonts mill wo protllct a good result from the examination Mr Willie Owon arrived nt homo Sunday night from his visit to Cnlifor nia Ho says California is n great stnto with n climato varied enough to suit all tastes but thoros no placo like Kentucky according to Mr Owens way of see ing things All who suffer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will give them instant and perma nent relief It will cure eczema and all skin diseases Beware of counterfeit AK Fisher STEPHENSPORT KY A Claycomb wes in Owinsboro Run dayMrs Valentine Fifei moherctEkronais with her- Robert Connor of CanntltoD Ind was in town Sunday We have had rain and to slier in therlust few weeks Floyd St K Miller of Htnerion Is at home for a two weeks stay Miss Baker of New kanv InJ Is tbe guest of Mn Klza DIHI We regret very nm IU tto 1 leer ofL the death ol Mrs Dick of VuliHtn- Miett Belie Mleanfl is in 1Hionvllle to 8wml several wt eka witli l 1T IBH Misses Melissa I JetI rl ad A InilInsey of Cvnneltou Inf air in fIwtt Sunday Mrr OIrltHtIIt and her tr HifUt 1 last week in CiuuUoilna titiil jr trio Station IKy Mrs Christ HfHiV Riterltd Alit na who tine beets viciiiiK llcr left MiJIsy- or Ixiiiville Mrs Ju Illnu sit Itt1Iy ni I Sat t nrdny with br daufhler Mw K B Itlnln new hsme L nI Ilelm iis doing juii 11 good lImei nets M agcot for A liuitiiu tl uIIroc orymtn ol Loulsvilif Mre QmUrey Ilasveil tf Hnnlirii burg who has been visitingi let parents hero lies returned hom Masters Robert Willie std Ifcm Vaughan of Lexifgicnt nro with their grandparents Mr and MmI UB Hthu for the smarter J B Hunt of Coxys tank igniter pastor here held services in the Baptist chuioli Wmin lay ereoiiig enroulc to the Association at OwensboroecMrs Frank C Ferry and II S En glish attended this general Baptist Convention t at Of en ooro the h Utter aa dele t gate bout the Bnptist church here Metdnmeu E H Mlllrr James Alt Cann J W JnrrHtt nnd Grover U J rrett spent r one day last week with Mr awll Mrs Clarence Wheeler at Hardiu GrovI Ind Mr Ed Staton of Texas former read dent of this place who has been away for quite a number of years has been spending several weeks with friends and relatives In Kentucky Messrs Nick Mercer Morris E krldgo and Virgo Babboge of Hnidlnsbnra G W Gardner Irvington and J D Bab beg denial editor of tho newsy NEWS were In town Wednesday tho 13th to at tend E II Millers Magisterial Court t CASTOR IIAJFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought z1SJgnaturo y COUNTY ASZ- SOCIATION Ii Of Sunday School Workersi Held Their Annual Ses sion At Cloverport Thursday June 14 INTERESTING AND- PROFITABLE MEETING Owloc to tho inclement weather th Breckenrldjjo county Sunday School As sociation which met at this place Thursi day June 14th was not as well attended as was expected The local attendant at the morning session was fair and Ini the afternoon the Baptist church at which place the Association was heldI was crowded with Sunday school workers both teachers and pupils and other representative citizens of the Jpwu Among the gueeta were Mrs W J Piggott Her J P Melt and J B Hem don Irvington Clint Hook II T Mc Guffin W S Ball Andrew DrUktll Dr R B Walker Rev J K Moore Rev A II IXiris and wife Misses Lillie Scott and Mangle Klucheloo and Mrs Coke Uarllnsburg After the opining SOUR All Hall T- IPotvr 10 01 Jeans Name there was a song by the childrens choir and a scripture Iltdon and prayer by Rev J K Moore of HnnlineburK Rav T V Joiner mad the a IUrMB of woluoine which was re sponded to by Rev Mell of Irvlngtoni In the aboenou of Mr VG Babbqge Ms uVjeot What Constitutes n Good Superintendent was omitted A paper on the relation of the young man tto Sunday school work was read b J Prootor Kith of this place This subI ject was one of the most discussed by the ISCIII ion and many causes were adI vanced as to why the majority of young men ftIil to attend the Sabbath school Mr Keith bundled his subject well and1 was jret d with br the majority of his lieHrria Tire opinion of each inclined to the belief that the main cause ci this lamentable lack of march line attendance at the Sabbath school is dup to tbe iiflnunco of indolent and in diuVnnt parents Prof W B Maple who was on the program for a solo and a paper was no prtHiiit and his subject was omitted Wont Constitutes a Good Ttn ber was the enhjictj of Mr F N DeHuys pape- ffiu wLh he gave some practical suggest tons and expreyed a number of loftyf fiViinanUJ wuieh wore attentively heart1 by the nudleiioe This subject was die CP s JJut length and four qualifications wcii leil9n U neOtiMMry to the perfe st EUc a of a teacher in the Sahbath rcolht1 art training head training tact and enthutiwm for the salvation off sUIRv A H Davis of Hardinsburg 1 in d cosjing hit subject said that the Sun day fcbooi bean the same relation to the church that the child does to the parentt The elarehra like men must have somei iv utlve to continue in well going and tiler Ile none nobler than the bheltering and training of the youth of the land IIn tl patsof i aoaandbleaaednue- sI cilon Day the pentccoH of the Sun Jay rebel by lire W J Piggott offi rvVfo1 WM a new and inteipslini loutof the audience Mrs pr was true touching andi OMB heartily approvedII r oar hearers ItISfloatation to recotu I e H a Suudaytchool conven UIi melt at Bowling Green the last 01 Augoa the adoption of this day inI till regular program of Sunday school work Mrs Pigsotts paper will iII arin theM columns at an early date Utv J T LawU and Prof A 1 Fox bohK slant their subjects were taken up in diseue Ion and owing to the limited tiint quickly dismissed Mrs W B Itirlpilge who La8cluuge oft t t 1Irlni dry rlna in tine Uaptist Sunday oJ at this pi w relldR paper on plmay leaching which was suggestive ud elpful to nil interested in that im H rUui part of UlirUtiau work In con cuiii n sine exnibit d her claea of little onea wrD did credit to her patient and palnstfklru methods of instruction Thir recitation of Oiblo facie atid Golden T xs showed patient caro and theco operation ol parents Tho musical program was in charge of Miis Lola Owen Mrs J II Rowland and Dr wiiaoip which couiuiitteo deserves c uch credit for tilt success of that part fo tiet proxratu The childrens choir in charge of Miss Oxen added greatly to- tlet Interest of the occasion and was singularly appropriate at this meeting whose sole object was to promote the Interests and eternal welfare of the children of the county The qUirt tte by Miss Florence Cot- trell Mrs Rowland Messrs Burns and- S mops was enjoyed by all and the sofos by Miss Eva May Mrs L T Reid and Dr Simons served to add now laurels to their reputation asoweet singers At the conclusion of the program a sort business session was heM and tho following officers elected R TMcGuflln President F N DeUuy Vice Pres Ideal Clint P Hook Secretary Tho following executive commltteee h 3 0 QnnnlntthamKM flpp6iHtedJ Andrew Drlskell Hardinsburu T J Jolly Bewloyville W B Smith West View and J P Keith Cioverport Every school in the county is urged ttoI send a delegate to tne Stator meeting at Bowling Green to which this association is pledged S40 A collection for county expenses was taken also subscriptions to the lien Lucky Sunday School Reporter solicited- Mrs Milton Coke of Hardinebnr spoko in behalf of the famine sufferers olf India for whose benefit a collection olfI nearly fourteen dollars was taken to addI to the Breckenridge county fund After one verse of Till Wo Meet Again tho association adjourned to meet next year the place of meeting to be de tided by the executive committee oOueatlon Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est sale of any medicine in the clvllizeii world Your mothers and grand raothersnever thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Proatra flea Heart failure etc They used Au i gust Flower to clean out the system antl stop fermentation of undigested food I regulate the action of the liver stiraU late the nervous and organic action ofI the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with head aches and other aches You only needIi a few doses of Greens August i 1 liquid form to make youeatisfied there iis nothing terious the matter with you For dalu byA R FISH KB He nil Very Areomniodntlnu Apropos of tho ready comprehensionI and native wit attributed to the son I tinle customers np position Patrick was n clerk in n sum urban grocery store It was a busy season and the grocer was waiting up on two or three customers at the same time Ho was In n hurry and every thing had to bo where he could get IItt bydelayed probably money BO when ho found that the pound weightt was gone he was bothered Patrick lie culled out Wheres thoI pound weight The pound weight Is It said Pat rick complacently Sure an its Mis then Jones has the pound weight Mr Joues has It What do you mean erby saying that Mr Jones has tho poundI weight I thought tho pound weight said In the store How did Mr JonesI getitAn shore didnt yez tell mo to bo pcrllto to tho rlgular customers Ot course tutfo the store for a pound of toy An saysI hOt whin I asked him what quality of toy ho would have Vlmtiver yez give rmo says he give mo tho weight So I put tho pound weight lu tho package with tho tiny pcrllto like an its him self thats gone with ItChlcngI Post CheapcA cheap remedy for coughs and coldsI 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 i 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 dis ease but allays Inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE byiA It FISHER A Great Trnin I wouldnt do your kind of work even It I cotiM sold Ruhbcrfoot Bill tho sandbagger This hero thing of gettin n mans confidence an then throwln him down Is too low for me confltlcnceIInexplained jrecugooda George It is themselves they are so suro of See Indianapolis Journal In Size Willie Good Pn our teacher says that collect and congregate mean the same thing Rev Good Well you tell your teacher that you Imvo Information that there is considerable difference between n congregation and a collection Baltimore American lnMt No Time Fnrke I told my wife sho could sell if alto desired the furniture that had become too bad for use Lane Sho was prompt to tako tho hint was she Parko sadly Was she There isnt a thing left Harpers Bazar Would Not Suffer so Again For Fitly Times Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I nayer felt so badly in all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak Icould hard ly work I went to Miller McGurdys drugstore and they recommended Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed mo all right It certainly is the finest thing I over used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care to endure the Bufferings of last night again for fifty times its prlceG H Wilson Liveryman Burgettstown Washington Co Pa This remedy is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport The Effect Of President McKinleys Re= Election VIEWSgSenator rJ McComEerN DJIn the Philadelphia Time The continuance of the administration of President Mc Kinkily and carrying out the expansion doctrine of the admin istration will mean the continuance of the present prosperous conditions the continuance ofprofitable employment for our people the continuance of faith in just financial legislation the continuance of faith and hope in our countrys future that faith which is the foundation for the energy requisite for national progress It means the restoration of the American marine on all the waters of the earth and that American goods will be carried in American bottoms And above all it means a higher and broader and a greater national life carrying with it a mighty influence for good for right for justice and for humanity and human liberty the world over IteprrscnmatlveCILGrolvanesOIlnthePhnadslphiafame- sThe endorsement at the polls of McKinleys administra tion will result in the establishment of our credit among the nations of the world to a degree never before dreamed of It means that the hope and dishonest suggestion that fiat money is equivalent in value to the money of the constitution and to the money in standard use among the nations of the world shall be forever silenced Moreover a second term of our president would result inn reaffirmation of that tariff enacted into being under the titles of tits Dingloy law whereby we have increased our markets at home and throughout the world This wjll give to every laboring man constant employment at fair prices the mills will be kept going the farms producing the railroads transporting their products to consumers who are able to buy It means that the honor and dignity of the American flag will be upheld on sea and land Never in the history of our coun try has the American flag been dishonored by retreat from a position where the American people have placed it and the reelection of the president will be ample guarantee that the eyes of the nations will never behold this pitiable and humili ating spcctactle The reelection of President McKinley will abolishHOW enemys country in politics It will reestablish the princi pies of expansion in national life and will indicate a return to the Jeffersonian policy of progress in all lines along all paths of human endeavor Democratic Views Senator D It Tillman S C In the Philadelphia Times The results that would follow Mr McKinleys reelection might be summed up as follows The policy of imperialism would recieve a groat impetus the subjugation of unwilling peoples by armed force and their incorporation as a part of the United Stutes subject to its rule but not receiving any of the benefits citizenship would have been endorsed by the peo pie at the polls The increase of the army permanently to a hundred thou sand men or more would follow as a matter of course The commercial greed and time desire on the part of the dominant forces of the Republican machine to obtain markets for our manufactures and to exploit subject peoples can not be expec ted to stop at the beginning of such a career and an over widening field of ambition would open up to the president of the United States The president of the United States would be an emperor in Asia nail time longmooted alliance offen sive and defensive between the two great branches of the Eng lish speaking people for the exploitation of the world or for that part left for conquest would naturally follow The American people will have no one but themselves to blame it by their votes the policy I have outlined is followed The old ideals upon which our government and constitution rest the fundamental principles of our republic everything we hold sacred or which inns been the inspiration to patriotic and libertyloving impulses in the past trembles in the balance Trusts and monopolies would riot in their illgotten gains the wealth of time country would continue to abe absorbed by the few while the poverty of the masses would increase Representative Champ Clark Mo in the Philadelphia Times If McKinley should I by any unforeseen and unforeseeable concatenation of events be reelected unless he exp ri ences a radical change of heart of which there is no symptom he will go on as ho is going now Four years more of Republican misrule means a continuation of such reckless squandering of the peoples money as to bo justly character ized as wicked and wanton waste the growth Of trusts un til all competition is crushed out and all the power of the busi ness world concentrated in the hands of a few men the foster ing of the high protectivoftariff system which has for years prevented this great republic from being the commercial mis tress of the world time complete surrender of the moneymak ing functionwhich is the supremo function of government into the tender keeping of the national bank ring the multi plication of useless officers at home and the multiplication of nauseating scandals abroad the increase ofthe standing army to the endangerment of liberties tho cultivation of mili arism as part of our political system a continuance of the preposterous Philippine propaganda an increasing subser viency to England which is both deleterious and humiliating the inauguration of a ship subsidy scheme whereby the masses of the people will be fleeced for tho benefit of a handful of favorites government by carpetbaggers and proconsuls in half the islands of the multitudinous seas the increase of federalcourts and constant augmentation of their powers further infractions of the constitution and further sapping of tho vital principles of Republican institutions New Two Story Home Tbe handsome two story residence of Mr George Gubblns at Btopheneport is completed It is one of the cosiest build ings of that town I ServicesI I boI There is a right time to buy and that time with us is now In all of our sum user goods CALICOES LAWNS PLAIDS Etc we have just made a reduction of 10 per cent on our former price This will continue for 80I DAYSI5J ap4ArMSSriatsta3t only If you want the benefit of the cut come now Mens Egyptian Ribbed Shirts and Drawers Tho loading 25o garment of this or nuy other market Ladies Special Ribbed Vesta A special line to run at 5 and tOo A special line of Calicoes for ladies shirt waists tho latest patterns going at Co par yard 34 inch Turkey Red Handerchiefs at tOo each Fast colors Two specials in Mens Suspenders One at lOo and another at 15c A mixed lot of fancy webs leather trimmings Mens plain whito hemstitched Handkerchiefs A five center that positively has no equal Heavy Brown Cotton Towels 20 inches wide 88 inches long nnd the very best that can bo had at thn price lOo each A piece of Turkey Red Table Linen CO inches wide nnd warranted fast colors at tho very Idw prico of 2oo per yard Only ono piece left Mens 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SBZS j et tand1j y f and cure of all Obscure or Chronic Diseases we absolutely guarantee to cure everyrease of Nervous Debility and disease1 re Ming from abuse and Indlicretloaeol I Youth and Manhood BponnatorrhoxiSeHi s rInal ++ H1nHydro i v cele Stricture Phlmosls etc etc Charge s Beasonable No Incurable asses accepted r No COD or deposit scheme r lsunknow toes 10000 testimonial IeseasNM on do from cured patient Many oared srhome CoasnltoMoa free and eeaedeavpersoDiUly or by letter Write sffI j I t kDYeais4 J m i + fB1 r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 1 CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIE GRINNELL Im a thinking theI Boxers will give us some trouble over here The Chinese tthrone is very much in sympathy with them The Christiana massacred do not bother them In the least The United States insist on independent action and England is fearing Prussian aggression therefore she is casting her eyes over here to us as shehersolf Is at present preoccupied More American warships have been ordered to Talcu We shall see what we shall see for tilt United States is an important factor in the situ ation Sympathy is duo England She has her hands full I wish I was on tho banks of the Schuylkill today in that magni ficent convention hall which line a seating capacity of 1G 000 Think of it I Many contestsahead all the more inter stingand exciting and then the week socially will baA delight So many historical points upend down the Dela Ware Complimentary dinners and luncheons will be in order the most brllllanf of course the ffunction in honor of Chairman Hanna Senator Fairbanks will not be Vice President in all prcba bllijL Thinking he will knock first plunVta 1004 his friends sin no1 anxious to name him tor 2nd place now The gold Democrats will undoubtedly put an Independent national ticket in the field when tliey meet at Indianapolis July 25th The fueling is strong that Republicans are not decided enough in their monetary plank Gold Democrat be it understood are not R publicans by a large majority bul they are op posed to the Chicago platform which H- Is evident will ba reaffirmed I nm glad Dowt v will stand no show at Kansas City because he IE not a Democrat except for a purpose Bryan will be un animously endorsed and away will go the party chance for success again tea Gen S B Buckner wife and Bolivar Jr will spend some time abroad s John R McLean and family have salted for Europe lie can sail even Jff be did calculate wrong for Governor ship of Ohio Lieutenant Gibson King of Churchill Downs Derby is about to meet his Waterloo Sooner or later everything and everybody does you know The Courier Journal is receiving the njjjfct fulsome praise from its coutempo Writs and the press is fairly teeming with praise for its part in the reunion I must confess its lamb like attitude in politics amuses me immensely For in- stanceIn an article headed The Gold Democrats of June 12th It EaysIoThe Courier Journal was eo simple as to imagine that people in general are as sweet and gentle and good and beautiful as it is itself and it believed the Palmer and Buckner ticket would get a million or a million and a half of votes etc ate Self pralse vouknow Yes you know But how about that greatest American editor being in the region of the Alps writing a book pertaining to the great Emancipator That was beautifu- lgoodsweetgentle a gentle way of a yotding a memorable campaign But never the lei that paper redeems itself to a great extent when it in the samo articlaII8YEIIIl the sound money men In the Chicago Convention had had the courage and the foresight to walk out of the Convention the moment the free silver plank was adopted and had then au there organized a convention and pTOforth the platform and ticket which were set up at Indianapolis two mouths later they would have divided the Dam Crate to votein halves and have had the letter horn of the dilemma and the election Why wasnt the great editor and brainy Kentuckian athis post to as let them in walking out We all know that disaflected Democrats elected McKinley Newspapers may not call conventions or set up tickets but their in fluence is great all the same But Mr Watierson is back in the ranks now and will support the Democrats headed by MrBryan He says the money difference Iis settled How The free sliver plankthat Mr Watterson opposed in 00 iejfnet M conspicuous In 1000 He wants Gold Democrats to declare their organI Ialion ended and litbeycannot make Bp their minds to indorse the action of thekanws City body to leave Individu al pembcrata free to do as they please I presume Democrats kill do as they please Mr Watteraon but more of them yipleaee to remain in America and fljjtit for ttfeir cquscientious convictions AthirdI party dont go for much Us true but a true sound money Democrat a iot fancy being disfranchised Mr lyreon ii an expanioniit What pborft anti piece of Umber being sand wieitdlfnhy the free coinage IGfblt pknk 0Heln3oredoeetb swallow He says be ha Icbo between Poole and Bats and h with the fools end there ir4 leave him as he declaree pojiltios Is an occupation It certainly ia with Mr WatUrton to the year of our Lord 1900 butthe Bryan I emocratfl ofi00 dont 1raDthi fortrds1el to In theirier1900 t vr y ytrtdair Acrimony talo labeled over the door of the house and Senate chambers in their closing scenes Personalities were indulged in such gentlemanly and dignified I types of divinity noble American characters I1I The trusts and Harbor and Navy bills were the princi pal snags fro Hanna got pretty warm and resented accusations about the cam paigns of 02 and 00 and denounced some of his own party as traitors and scoun drels but the funniest episode was when Mr Hanna and Mr Pattigrew told things about each other viz you tell what you know about me then Ill tell what I know about you Like echool children raking up going back instead of fur nishing argument and conducting con troversies ou a purely legitimate politi cal high tono planed One senator quot ed the following refined adage Those who lie down with dogs may expect to net up with fleas If we are to credit all the accusations and abnsivo language used by that august body dogs an fleas must preponderate It is a fl idea u iroid bad company Mr Lind say should i1n congratulated perhaps al though BUCU MB io u calamity for ho is not akin to the canine family lien out politics bring mo to past thoughts utterances and actions of great men and their parties 1 soc Mr Bancroft has written a life of William II Seward the distinguished New York statesman It is said to ba most skillfully woven so that it is not dry like biographli ususally are William Seward wee born in Flor ida lie was a hard student became a lawyer and began his legal career in New York He early in life took au active part in politics Mr Seward was a Whig my father also at that time was a Whig BO I have always heard a great deal about Seward who was Mt partys first candidate for Governor in New York but he was defeated ii have for gcten by whom by a large majority Thurlow Weed became a promi nent figure in politics The lust Whig campaign nowf paper The Jeffersonian was edited by Horace Grady My father was dellghtedeo he has toll us lOT this was about 1S3S I reckon seven years before my advent but my lather narrated many incidents to his children about those days and thus kept them all fresh in his mind Mr Seward was elected Governor twice He became a leader of the antislavery Whigs and then my father and he split in politics Ho was a great friend ol Clay however as was my fattier and grand father who was beaten by Mr Clay for Congress Tho Whig Party couldnt stand for Mr Seward with his abolition sentiments The Democrats had a split my father said in 1840 when tho Whigs secured control of tho Legislature in N Y when Seward was elected United States Senator I never shall forget the last time I heard my dear father talk of those days He said My children you will never see such famous men as Clay Webster and Calhoun who were in the Senate with Seward again at the helm I have of ten thought out and how true prophet he was Jefferson Davis aspired to some leadership in those days too What ex traordinary talent they all possessed I Seward said then and my father agreed that a conflict between slavery and free dom would go on until emancipation was assumed In 1855 I was ten years old the Whig Party in N Y united with the Republicans The Know Noth ings came along then with their schem leg My father discussed politics con tinually much to the disgust of my mother who was a stern practical houso keeper and never bothered oyer such things hence my lather turned to me and no wonder I love politics for I loved him devotedly and sympathized in all things with him In 1800 the Republi cans wanted Seward for President The Republicans met in Chicago in 1660 and had their hearts on Seward who had solid delegations from many states Horace Greeley was bitter aga net Seward and no doubt his opposition had much to do with Sewards defeat Greeley was something like W J Bryan in his power to sway farmers and rustic politicians I remember perfectly when the news came of Lincolns nomination Greeley and his paper the Tribune crowed Then as now reciprocity was in order and as Greeley was downed in 1854 turnabout Is fair play he downed Seward in 1860 lint Seward we all re member worked like a Trojan that fell in the campaign He was a great Amer ican statesman My lather at that time had turned bitterly from him for now it was the North and South Democrat and Republican Seward as Secretary of State was ap ower for Lincoln My father thought with many other Demo crate that he was first among all our Secretaries of State in many respects I always admired trim for the same reason that I wow devoted to my father Jinn In convictions but without malice toward contemporaries and ever a faithful friendInth1lJ he was the superior of even Jefferson Chase or Sianton There is an amusing story told about Mr Lincoln guessing a mail was JuKUkesei c 7 o man though he was a member of a great church but he was a strictly moral man and noter anything but a gentleman 20 years ago I couldnt have said a kind word for Seward or Lincoln but since the hatchet has been buried I have just since the Confederate reunion in Louis yule burled the handle also which would stick out and then Harry Weisslngera speech over the Federal dead toned me down The South succumbed to a su perior force Theres no disgrace in sur rendering to an overwhelming maorily and to ones own nation Besides no doubt an overruling Providence guided the great National transaction and too the lira of the old Constitution were as porous as sand and most any Court in power could run them through a sieve and put them back changed Political dishonesty existed in those days as in thesedayn but I believe all of it could be destroyed in a short time if every honest voter in the community would be come an active politician and see to it that only honest and capable men were elected to office and that corruption did not become intrenched in public places If real honest men were not negligent in politics dishonesty would not exist It is a slander on politicians to say that the majority are dishonest There are enough honest men to over throw any political faction that dares to excuse or abet crime in pn ic office A thoroughly aroused lP Boutiuiont that will not tolerate wrong doing tn public life or private life either is what we want and any politi cal power that excuses crime should be attacked and destroyed Theres no ex cur fir lAahoneaty in publle ofilce A Card of Thanks 1 wish to say that I feel under lasting obligations for what Chamberlain Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used it In so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping coughs and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectfully Mns 8 DOTY Des Moineg Iowa For salo by A R Fisher Cloverpnrt It A Shell man Stephoneport BIG SPRING Mr 0 R M orris attended District Conference at Irvington last week Rev Schonswell of South Leitchfleld preached here Saturday evening Bro Mines and wife attended the Die trict Conference at Irvington Mr and Mrs Harry Jenkins of Glen dale were hero Saturday and Sunday Bro Cundiff of Leitchfold preached hero at the Methodist church Sunday Misses Lady and Gennivie Clarkson returned home from Louisville Satur day Mr Jess Howell of Cecilia wu here Sunday You know now la the time for DaisysMr Wolf TampaFlotida was here visiting his sister Mrs II Meyer last week Dr Strother was called to Garrett Sun day afternoon to see Mrs Dick Brown who is very ill Guy Meador and Dr Strother were in Uardinsburg Friday and Saturday the guests of Mr Lewis Kincheloo Henry Hardin a traveling salesman for Simmons Hardware Co of St Louis who has been spending two weeks at home returned to St Louis Saturday Dont forget the ico cream supper Sat urday the 21th for the benefit of the Baptist church There will be a bevy of pretty girls to serve you to cream and sherbertThere is a certain young lady in this town who is helping the Womans Chris tian Temperance Union as she is suc ceeding In having the proprietor of a saloon close his doors early every evening No drinks served later than 8 oclock Quick Relief For Asthma Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kane writes I suffered eight years with asthma in Its worst form I had sever al attacks during the last year and was not expected to live through them I began using Foleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate re lief Moorman Owen t Magnetic Clay Most kinds of clay contain a consid erablo proportion of iron The red col or of bricks for example Is duo to tho presence of oxides of Iron Whenever an object molded of clay Is baked at tho temperature of tho potters furnace in tUo presence of a magnetic field or Influence tho otherwise homogeneous clay shows when cooled traces of meg netism In a definite direction This Inherent mnpnctlsm is sufficient to show the direction and give an Idea as to tho Intensity of tho magnetizing force that acted while the clay was in tho fur nace This peculiar property has been used to solyo somo questions bf great Interest to scientific people in general An accurate knowledge of the direction of tho earths magnetic forco In early historical times has been deduced by sey cral Italian physicists from study of the traces of magnetism shown byEtru flan vases and other objects of clay exhumed from old tombs The con elusion reached Is that tho direction of the earths m 1etlctleld has varied very greatly in the 6000or 0000 years represented by the age 6t the objects tJifi1t1It d t rr fq tProm TTfrs Suntor to 7rs 9bz hams tiTTiK TO uxs rtxxtrlu no 76144 Ono year ago last Juno three doctors gave mo up to die and as I had at different times used your Vegetable Compound with good results I had too much faith In It to die until I had tried It again I was apparently an Invalid was confined to my bed for ten weeks I believe my trouble was ulceration of womb I After taking four bottles of tho Compound and using some of tho Liver Pills and Sanative Wash at tho end of two months I had greatly improved and Weighed 1C5 pounds when I never before weighed over 138 Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is tho best medicine I ever used and I recom mend it to all my frlendsMns ANNA EVA GuuTEn HiaoiNsviLLE Mo Mrs Barnliart Enjoys LUo Once More 14 DEAn MRS PnrnILUII had been sick over since my marriage seven years ago have given birth to four children and had two miscarriages I had falling of womb I orrhcea pains In baclc and 1 pcpsla and a nervous trcmbiu of tho stomach Now I have nono of these troubles and can enjoy my life Your medicine has worked wonders for meMns 8 BABHUABT NEW CASTLE PA- MILLWOOD A few rainy days make us enjoy the sunshine Mr Douglas Williams line a badly maabtd hand MUs Janie Miller is home from a Tennessee College Miss Lollie White has gone to Louisville for a few weeks stay Mr and Mrs Bob DInwiddia have gone to Memphis on a pleasure trip MreMoorman of Glomleaue is visiting her mother Mrs HE Dehaven Mr Jim Mattlngly and wife of Ever leigh were the guests of J MI Smith Sunday Miss Luna McKInney who is at home with her father will return to Louis ville soon J H Younger of Rockport Ky was here last week looking for a location for a new store- S N Tucker purchased of J Wal Crawford a two year old Holstein heifer Price paid 40 Young Bro earned filled his regular appointment here Sunday and preached an excellent sermon Mr Billie Wor tham gave a talk in behalf of the starv ing people of India Mrs Pollle Clagget read a short piece from Bombay dated June 3rd stating now many were dying per day A collection was then taken to the amount of SIS Fatal mistakes are being made by those who do not heed the earlier Symp tons of kidney or bladder trouble that often end in Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to delay Moorman and Owen Powder Burn In Shooting Case Powder burns Imvo played n curiously important part before the courts remarked a Now Orleans lawyer who has a largo criminal practice Their presence or absence is often depended upon to determine proximity In myste rious shootings and they have frequently settled tho question of suicide or murder where the fact was in doubt I was Interested In a case of that kind in the early days of my practice and prevailed upon a prominent sur geon of this city who is now dead to ascertain for me by practical experl ment upon n body in the dissecting room exactly how far away tho ex plosion of a pistol would produce burns and powder marks lie used a 32 cal- Iber revolver and found that the flame of the discharge made a distinct burn fit a distance of 2J feet and powder marks were left at a distance of more than two yards Of course tho grains were not actu ally driven into tho skin as they are at shorter range but the marks were clearly discernible and could not be easily removed I was surprised at the result and it satisfied me that many erroneous conclusions had been drawn from such evidence In the past It is generally supposed that tho weapon must beheld almost against the skin to leave traces of flame and powder Vew Orleans TimesDemocrat GTONICPalatable Better than Calo mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonio as well as a I SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever I Ir NEVER FAILS Just what you t need at this Season Mild LaxativeNervous SedativeSplendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50c and 100 Bottles c Nicker- Send your Bills to the News Job Department All work executed promptly y The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky h rd The most centrally located and only gj first dais hotel In the city mating a 0 taco rate- S Only one block from thu principal shopping district 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Main Line trains 41 41 4J and 44 t LOUISVILLE EHILU MArL 00ID- corporated1f Fast Passengcrjond Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL HE G RAGON ROSE RITE AN- DBELLEVUE 4 THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address n GEO H WILSON Superintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P Agent Louisville Kyy SPECIAL ACCOWnDAIWW FM tY b tier L r v q L4 f IIP 8 THE BRECKENR1DOE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 4ITR A BOOM r Business Depressed And Hand some Houses Unten anted LOCAL OPTION PREVAILS f Fofci TAYtfie ALV June 3rd 1IOOEo iron BuKfKWkiixn NEWS IAU SIR rerliap atone of the Nuwa readers wouldI like to know bow 1 am making it downI here in the cane brakes and the cottonI fl lde of Alabama I will answer by say jug that from a business point of view am doing well but I am no home sick thetcan scarcely sit up while I write Iy are in Kentucky They treat a travel ing man very nicely indeed but their mode of farming Iis quite different from OUTS la driving through the I frequently see farmers breaking their corn ground with a one horse team and a olJ poor longhorned ox hitched to a plow They call this fuming Their principal product is cotton I travel sow tIniei all day and see noth ing but cotton and perhaps a little patch of oats The Louies in the interior are mostly built of lop two rooms with a Btirk and mad chimney and in several instance 1 have noticed thatlthe chim ney did not retCh to the top of the hOUEO by several feet If such a one was in Kentucky it would surely burn down the Ilrot night but they occupy them Lira witaat toy leer ot fire I ho 1 11 nnnntflinjnre a curiosity to me I have just completed a trip over Sand w 1tuvoon mountain In travel lug these ioueaome dreary places with 10 eD1palY but your driver you hear the void a of many strange beings on evuy Bt lIj Scared too bad to stop and havlujt stn time to Inestlltltt we drive i on KIT1 haal y reach the group Jin safety and pet on level ground again unmo lested Wo made the trip all right but I it Iis an unpleasant jjb- rr I an spending this day Sunday in Frt Iavne This was In days past a biiuiiiwl little citroIt is the county euaof DeKalb county situated on the I tide of Lookont mountain fifty one miles I coutU w esl of Chattanooga and 02 inoith east of Birmingham Kurt Payne of course wtw A favorite retort for Indians loiu agoi henoe the name Fort lie many releettbia ia a remarkable little towu In 1389 several eastern capitalists came hers to boom this pliea and aid tothair fforinjiBS A company purchased 30 thousand acree of land here ftar which they paid eight hundred thousand don irs ia cub They commenced im proving the place started up industries I of various kinds snob at coal mines as pLuli mines ttove foundriet ice factor I iin cotton mill JllI1e kilns iron ors ininve electric plauti c The citizens I Boon re liz + d1 that the prosperous wave was on and would soon envelope them I if tuev did not mow to they built fine l r decrr improved their old OUM until tho pac put OD city sin and wore the asp xi of beauty lid lovelinees- Amoug the fine hoowa built by the i eastern company U the hotel kiipwu na i the Dakalb flute This Ias very floe largo QoajmdlottB building of 1125 rooms built at a cost of 083000 Thia structure le a model of beauty and perfection cqappid with all tbe latest improve mart ol that day Nothing that ecienoe ecuM aug att or money could buy was omitud about this hotel In about two ga years tbo boom aas declared tiff real cw fate d eUued and t slay this hotel cut rouu Jtd Uy uacnificent natural scenery J Wittt all Itt arcblUctnnl Leanly and every thing that the genius of could iud wit cu be bought for 00011 a1 Just KcroM the street from tbe hotel I i 5 they own a lot of about 1J acres which I l l they reserved for a pak At one tints n I r Obcai o company offered them 1100000 I for tbolitlaht They refused and to day it iia offered for 200 Fin basin sec Loathe were built nt enormous prioee I w Jiu J arouud 101 noticed minutely an i rtfrs bhckttdf flue bOIlldonoe t promlti nt 1ID I busy world now va t pent True ro fref oovred with rust sad mss t lus art plastered witht mud ands Laude and empty heeds s aI je wood work and filial l IHIf l J rte Through the duet and icci at ion of years I could read i fill rip dpnso Russ More Hard tit 0 Drikalb Opera House 0 K 8tova ft Ilsngae Dekalb Hardware i I aad ea on Tits people iIoen to have laid aside diP rusty horse shoe and taken instead t the word Dakalb for luck It is Dekalb IIoU Dekalb Livery and Transfer Co- Dekalb Hardware Co Dekalb Dry Goods jI Co They Barely believe in the word t Dsk fib being a winner t Wedllhy pooplo carne here to lI- volCI1l1 and to educate their children They built floe houses And When the boom cubtidfld they followed the wave rnd 1 liofie resldcncee aw being sold for one tenth their first cost 1 1Iwent through a large three sto structure which the watchman told me- WlS built for a lock factory The build J t I It ion was finished and all the machinery I HAIR l of is I to it r we J you fi to care for the If Is too fj i or 105- I its lusterIget Wealth hair I- swealth indeed especially a woman Evcryother physical attraction fA secondary Wer have a book gladly send that tells just how a hair your lair thin jig r 4 Growth becomes dane druff is removed It always restores i color to gray or faded I hair Retain your ryouth dont look old f before your time v 100 a bottle All druzjIfU II I haTe used your Hair Vigor fnow for abut 23 ears amt I haTe A yIni v y recommended this lair Vljor to theyall M lady wants tho best kind ot a Jafr KI WJtoAyersMa I biro N E IrA MILTON N NOT 21 lied Nrrwlch N Y Write tho Doctor It you dont obtain nil the brneflli you draire from the nle of tho Vigor wrlttttio AddrarLaLowell Man Wn put hi necessary for the manufacturing of locks The belts are on just ready to be touched off but from some cause it was never set in motion The machin ery though it line been in the building 10 years was told last week as old iron at I125 cents per too All their plants and flue rteidunces also 1500 tenant houses now vacant rack ruined stand oa evidoncea of tho factf that the prosperous and palmy days of the Fort have passed away Last yet by no means least among the fine and costly structures is a three story brick isolated and alone over which waves tho stars and stripes and in bold utters I read this nnnie Keeley Institute And long may it wave aa a living monument to the memory of those it saved from sin and degradation Some few 1 learn have gone back to the ruts but hundreds were reclaimed for Rood And oau result of its work nnd by the aesiatarace of the good people lo cal oution now pro vails all over the coun tty and the banner of temperance has been unfurled to the breeze and with one voice they rally around the flag re solved to trample under foot the park ling cup Good Dye A X KINCIIILOK DeHUYS BALMOLINE BUST ItEALINQ SALVE FOR nAN OR BEAST Overland Park Denver Colo June 25 IIiIAltpr two years practical ex perience with lr Deiluys Bulmoline I nnbueitatingly pronounce it the beet healing naive for general purposes that a horseman can use For chafes cracked keels galls and fish wounds it loads Osa1W 8nd 8 cents foa MUiple to B H Manufacturer Box D Sta A Danver Colo Trios 25 and OOo All Uaalera IIJOliN CLARK The following has bun received from the subject of this sketch The long and arduous labors of this man are about to nines forever Although In fair health for his age he is no longer able to do anything that might be called work and simple destitution will cor rectly express his present financial con dition bard but fair but no plaint thall issue His former pupils generous ly proptHe to soften this condition by contributing a handsome nilto make up a handeoue sum to chase the wolf away in tho lonelyeveuing hours of along and busy life Ills former pupils are very numerous all worthy citizens many distinguished in public life and a few utill persevering to attain eminence Remittances may be conveniently made direct to this office by P 0 money order or Hancock Deposit Bunk Hawts yule or to lion J D Powerj Owens boro Hancock Clarion Reports show that over fifteen hun drod HVOS have been saved through the use of One Minute Cough Cure Most croupryasthma whooping cough bronchitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents conEumption A R Fisher HARDINSBURG Eggs have dropped to 8c Fresh cheese and edusogeat the Eclip GroceryTangle Foot fly paper for sale at tha Eclipse Grocery Mrs Crete Hensley has been qaiti tit for several weeks Major Horace Scott use been on the tick list for the past week Mrs Reed of Louisville is here visitt ing her mother Mrs G W Beard Mrs Estill Button aud her little daughter ate tho guests of Judge Mefcere family Muse Tula O Daniel is oxpicted home this week after en anstuoe of three months Mr Clifford Pile one of bobcat young farmers in the Constantine section was here last Saturday Miss Alice Biker has been selected ae one of the assistant teachers in the public school here Mrs E B Norton of Freedom has been here the past week visiting her mother Mrs Marcus Kiucholoe Mrs Milton Coke who was appointed to solicit funds for the India famine puff ferers has raised about 1500 for thatt workW T Edmonds and wife of Louis villa were here last Saturday and Sun day the guests of Mrs Ford at the Com mercial hotel MrlIerbert Head a young attorney of Rosetta appeared in the Magistrates Court at Bewlevville last Friday i his maiden speech Mrs Gus Shellman and Mre Owen Cunningham me iu Trenton Ky thl week attending the annual meeting off the W F M S of the Louisville Con f rrence Mr Walter Campbell of liuntiugton West Virginia was here last Saturda to join his wife and children who are the cutBts of her mother Mra Robuit Bowmer Tho grand glorious old Fourth of July will soon be upon us again llardlusburg is bidding for the bipgest crowd of the Itason as usaal Site will get it Theyr irecJining from all quarters Mrs J A Witt has sold her stock of drugs and Ip tont medicines to Ed Grub tie Mr Guthrie iis ono of the most popular young business men in tows and understands the drug business thoroughly W K Barnes attended the State Dam icratic Convention last week at Louis ville Mr Barnes acts like a new convert He has always been a Democrat but nas not been so active in tho causeI until recently Remember the big excursion on the brunch tomorrow The rate from liar linsburg and return will be 115 Ring Hugs Mammoth Circus will be the at traction If you dont want to see the circus you can sea the street parade Parties who attend the Hook reunion next Saturday are requested to carry a basket of lunch Rev U 0 look will 1 e there and preach a sermon and thereI will be short talks by other ministers The young ladles are requested to catry their song books Tine chidroua day services took place at the M E Church Inst Sunday night In the presence of a large audience The singing and recitations were well rev- daredl being under the direction of tit pastor Rev A H Davis The collection amounted to i20 Mrs R N Miller and her mother Mrs G P Jolly left last Saturday even hag for Irvlngton The Jolly homeetead here having recently been disposed of flirt Jolly will make her home in tho future with her daughter Mrs W J Piggott near Bewleyvill and Mrs Mil lot will join her husband in Indiana The late rains burro done great damageI to the crops lying along Rough river in Ohio county Rev F M Petty who re turned from there last Saturday report- that many acres of corn were undo water and ruined In many instances he said the farmers would have to re plant or make no crop A great portion of the wheat was badly damage also A Wealth of Beauty Is often hidden by unsightly Pimplest Eczema Totter Erysipelas Salt Ru um etc Bncklens Arnica Salvo will glorif- the face by curing all Skin Eruptions also Cuts Bruises Burns Bolls Felons Ulcers and worst forms of Piles Only 25 eta a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Short k Haynes druggists EKRON Max WilJet was in Louisville Sunday Jake and Blllio Kendell vero here Sunday Miss Butler of Louisville is visiting Mrs M Meyer Mrs 00 Stith Is visiting in the country this week LiHtie Cox and Miss Flora Loeb were in town Sunday afternoon Dan Willett Brandenburg was the guest of H M Willet Saturday Miss Gussle Wright was the pleasant guest of Mrs Sallie Burch last week Miss Sallie Wathen is spending several days with Misses Lillie Boars and Bertha BrownDr W J fihacklelt and wife of Gra hampton visited his parents here leat week N Bro Judson and Jimmie Willet an- D ttt F Shacklett went from here tt- e0 tc Owensboro Sunday Mr John K Ditto and wife and Mr Abe Ditto arid wife of Long Branch were hone Sunday Mr and Mrs Jap Warmolb were torti Saturday and Sunday the guests off friends and relatives Judge Woolfolk and family of Bran denbnrg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs DIana Sbaoklett lifesce Lulu Woolfolk and Marv L Ditto were the guests of Cora Shacklett Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mm W M Frymire spent Sunday with liii brother Georgo Fry mire near Sulphur Well Mr Robert Hondrlcks and family have returned to their home in Texas after a short visit with friends and vela lives They were accompanied by his mother bins folly Hendricks If the stomach performs its functions actively and regularly tho food of which it is the receptacle la transformed into blood of nourishing quality which fur wishes vigor and warmth to the whole body HERUINE gives tone to the stomach and promotes digestion and as similation Price 50 centa CUSTER The writer is visiting at Mr Griffin Kaseya Brandenburgn11Iondav Farmers are stared about their crops Too much rains Itfwas enjoyed ba1l Lsmmie Gilpin paid a flying visit to our town Sunday visitingYfriends and relatives this week Miss Leona Smith contemplates VIE it to her sister in the near future Mm Hatdaway is the guest of her daughter Mrs Ilallie Haynes Garfield Messrs John Kasiy Wm H Gilpin and Alt Taylor went to Louisville to the reunion Misses ErrioTient and Wattle Smith were the guests of JElf Trent and wile recently L G Haynes and family spent Dolor day night and Sunday with friends and relatives Mr Toney Penick was all smiles lost Sunday He took Jiis best girl to church at Big Spring II 0 Bennett and wife Rev K E Kirtly and wife wont to the District Conference at Irvington Misses Maggie Lawson Linie Devices and Rosa B Hardaway were nicely en tertained at Mr and Mrs Gilplns last Wednesday night For two years Ira Keller of Mans u+ld Pa was in poor health on account of kidney trouble He consulted sever al pbysiciameaudspeutconsidorahlemnu ey for medicines without obtaining ro lief until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure a now writes I desire to add my tee timony that it may be tho cause of aid ing others Moorman Owen SHILOH E H Shellman wont to Frankfort last week Martin Roberts Is on the tick list Brown McOnbbinfWM in our midst last week He knows how old the ladles are now Emit EMur and Mine Carrie Sbelhnan attondud church nt Oftneyrille last Sunday Mrs Joke Severs is on the sick lint Mcaftre E H Shellman and Hawes are running a hucketera wagon from Irvington down as tar aa this neighbors hood every Saturday Little James Edward Kfeaamof Falls of Rougb ease he Is a Gocbelito and will vote for Bryan Farmers in this section ate harvesting their wheat this week Quarterly meeting will be held nt Gethsemano the second Sunday in July I Mrs Tom Barger ia in very bad health VROCK LICK Ed Wheatley Ia having the chills Henry Wheatley went to Jolly Satur dayThe recent heavy rains have damaged crops greatly Mica Frankie Whoatley went to Kirk ono day last week Frank Illnton was the guest of Miss Maggie Beaviu Sunday John Beavin was the quest of Miss Alice Beavin Sunday Leflnle B lavin was the guest of Mtea Frankio Wheatley Tuesday night Mrs Snsau Beavin is having annddl lonIbuilt to her house John Newby Is lag the work Eli Mattlngly of Kirkwaa here a fe days ago looking for a school for hisI daughter MLa Mary John Kennedy and Misa Franki- QOmoe I of Hardinsburg attended churchI at fat Marys Sunday G F Askina finished delivering his tobacco one day lost week Ho sold P Sheeran Bros Co 6f Kirk Lennio Beaviu who had the mh for tune of getllng ono of his eyes putout some time ago Is getting along very well The Hessian fly lies played havoc with wheat in this suction There Ia hardly mora than a fourth of a crop and what there iis left is all falling down Yes Batllelown Taylor said ho woul give up the cfllco of Governor if the Supreme Court decided against him lIe could not very well do otherwise Ho also said he would come back and stand trial it indicted Small in size and great in results are DeWitts LUtlo Early Risers thefamoui little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels They do rot KrlpeA R Flejl or JOLLY STATION Miss Glascock Hardlusburg ia the guest of Mies Pearl Ball Miss Judith Brickey and Clyde Wil eon spent Sunday on Bcecbfork with rel atives Mr Case and wife of wensboro were guests of Mr and Mrs J B Bates last week Misses Maggie Biker and Ella Aid Hardinsburg are guests of Mra i Jose phine Jolly Tbe recent rainfall has caused the furriers considerable uneasiness concern ing the wheat crop Mrs James Mattirgly and two little daughters Ruth and Sybil are visiting relative here and at Fordsville Mr Morris Wilson of the firm of Wil son Cobb of this place camo down from Louisville to assist in invoicing their stock of goods Mrs L 0 Taul and daughter Irene J B Bates Iud daughter Misa Docie formed a party to Orcensboro last Sunday They returned Tuesday Dory Dellaven of color while making ties Wednesday lot Ida broad ax glance and tho result was one toe was shorter than the rest Dr Cosby dressed the won nda Mr Josh Burbaga and family wbo have been visiting relatives here hr the past two weeks started for their home in Florida Saturday They were accom panied as far as Caney vlllo by Mrs J W Pate Mr Henry Wright has bought the en tire etock of tho firm of Wilbon Cobb of this place and will do business at the same stand Mr Wright ia an energetic and enterprising young man and we trust that success is within his reach BLOOD POISON CURED BY B B B Bottle Sent Free to Sufferers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that has resisted doctors hot sprit c tout medicine treatment qulcHyI I to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 00 years B B B has cured such indications as mucous patches in the mouth sore throat eruptions eating rare bone pains itching akin swollen glands stiff joints copper colored Spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundreds of cases where tho hair and eyebrows have fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of boils pim plea and ulcerBtbist wonderful specific hao completely changed the whole body in to a clean perfect condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B B B Is the onlyknown perfect cure for blood poison So tufferera 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 SI per large bottle or 0 large bottles full treat meat 5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Buys A New Home purjchasedilates building this fall I To Soften and Whiten the HANDS To Stop Falling HAIR To Beautify the SKINS Standard Skin nod Toilet Soap of the- WorldI fJf SOAP EiclnilTely for beautifying the kln for I BUT zkinend complexion soap the toilet and sin baby soap In theworld JOTTER If GARRETT Wheat hearvpst at hand Mrs Dick Brown Is on the sick list Albert Marshal of Irvington waa in town Monday Dr Miles and family went to Brecken rldpe county Sunday Henry Miles and Jack Ritchie went to Brandenburg Friday- C O Funk of Garnettsville spent a few days at homo this week W T Tindall attended the entertain ment at Guston Saturday night Laura Tlndnll who has been sick for so long is improving at this writing Mrs J T Collins of Ekron was visit ing her parents a few days last week Mr Bill Brown and wife were the guests of his son at this place Sunday night Several from here attended the com mencement at Brandenburg this week Steady Girl Wanted Several young men complain that they have no steady girl It seems that they no sooner get fairly started with a girl probably have the theatre tickets all bought when the gulcant go because she bass sick headache Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin cures all forms of Stomach Trouble and Sick Headache GlrlllA word to tho wise etc Your friend SIIOBT HAYNEI CLIFTON MILLS Too much rain for us clodhoppers Mr James Wright is on the sick list but is improving- Mr Gaddy was the guest of Mr James the timber roan was in town Saturday Leo Jordan and his sister Urol were visiting in Moade Co last week A J Dyo and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H 0 Haddock Mr Henry Elder visited his father near Mooleyvilla one day last week Mlsa Lena Rush was tbe guest of Miss Elcie Muncie Saturday and Sunday Mies Alma Orendoif spent Sunday with Mice Annie Claycomb at Webster Bob Muncie Henry Jordan and Miss V MILLIONS OF WOMEN USE- CUTICURA softeningend fortooweatneuesfor usesoflcomblnolnONBBOAIBEST ostonAll WrigbtSundayGeorge Elcio Muncie called on Miss Maud Beard Sunday Malcolm Robertson has purchased a new buggy We wonder who will be the lucky girl Mr and hire I D Haynes Mr and Mrs J Hotfltld took dinner with Mr Wright Sunday Lee Jordan Win Dram and Herbert Haddock attended the commencement exercises of the B N College at Har dinsburg Rev Haynes failed to fill his appoint ment here Sunday but the congregation enjoyed a splendid talk given by Bro Horace Hatfleld Tie members of the N S Club of Clifton are requested by President A J Dye to meet at the club room on July 3rd to reorganize rind get ready to cele brate the Fourth Victor Orendorf one of our dashing young gentlemen called on Miss Daisy Snyder of Hardinsburg Sunday Vie is an Industrious fellow and the girl who gets him will do exceedingly well It is no uncommon occurrence to wake up at any time in the night and hear some fellow driving one of those goats out of his cabbage patch Billy is a good goat but he is too familiar sometimes B F Mouser druggist at Ohetopa Kansas says I have the best sale oh Dr Oaldwella Syrup Pepsin ol any anti cleIn my store So has Short Hay nes It cures Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache and Stomach Trouble r With The Fair 4oo In the grocery department of the Fair willbo found Mr Charles T Patterson Mr Patterson is an pxiwrionced retail Y grocery salesman ninth ono who is thoroughly familiar with tho lino He is ngrcoablo courteous and watchful over the trade seeing that their demands are readily fulfilled 0 J Inspecting Public Bridges Judge Alit and Morris Ejkridge I of Hardinsburg were above Cloverport last week inspecting the public bridgsa thpie and also the one at Stepheneport + o G tit 1rC x1 xmBears tho1bs Kindf Yw Haw Always BocjhlI JtJctm n Chills J 1 ada and co r peIi1HKES MAKES i wt Ii1t THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottle=hence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise heir formula knowing that you would not buy their containsmedicinet in correct and is in a Tasteless Iron and Quinine put up proportions The Iron atonic while the Quinine drives l1ef oofthe s stemas Anyrreliablel druggist will tell yqu that Groves is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless tsware that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You superiorityeand excellence having long been established Groves jsvthe onlyI Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of PriceSocto I i1J