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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Y J V J 18 EAGESI Ii AItIa 0E3AJIS FIT1 TO PRINT N y0 BLIND FOR tr MANY YEARS Mrs J IF Moorman After a I3 r Lingering Illness Died Thursday June 28 I t i PROVED HER CHRISTIANITY i The death of Mrs J II Moorman oc curedalhfirhmoontbe hill Thnreday afternoon June 28th at 5 oclock fihe was Mxtyfour years old and had bten blind and in feeblo lealth for twenty four years but her present serious 111 nets dates back six months during which f time she suffered from a complication of jt diseases Her afllctlon was borne with a r resignation which proved her trne Chris i tian cl racier Mr iiooriuan waa Mire Susan Now t man ot this county and waa married to- ro J II Moorman a respected citizen of or J Jhis place Sept 2nd 1857 She was the iy L mother of rix children all of whom cur- L vivo her Misoes Mary Rosa and Edna Vi Messrs Jeisa and Harry Moorman c1 Owenaboro and James II Moorman Jr of Augusta Oa- Th f funeral services were conductedI gc0Friday morning June 29tb at the Bap iI iIlistchurch of which Mrs Moorman had been a member thirtythree years by 3i 1her pastor Rev W B Rutledge Much sympathy Is tendered the bereaved fam fly FIFTY FIVE rULES AN HOUR e I ROUTE SPECIAL tIHENDERSON 4Tho Henderson route special en- auto I to the Democrat State Oonventlon at Kansas City Mo passed through i town Monday afternoon at 4 oclock at iJpeed of 50 miles an hour Tho train I was pulled by engineer Evans and in charge of conductor Denton It was f t41j madonp of abaggago and fino pull t man cars s R rThere was a gentleman aboard tho t train who from the telegram thrown l off at this point which contained in sub I eta the following was evidently enoy ng Ws first ride on a fast train + IItread after this fashion I took advantage l of tho Henderson routes ex f+ ooeding low rates having been a close reader of its attractivo folders and ad I Tertisemonts that appear in tho BKECK J v BKftroaE NEWS foretelling tho many picturesque points of Interest to travel- erst along the route My hopes were firaroused to such a degree that Icotjld- nthrr possibly resist tho temptation of taking in the trip I decided to go and Ill tel you tills ore train goes entirely too fast Until I reached Olovorport I came to tho conclusion that tho country was a vast plateau with a picket fenco but coming to a realization of things I dls covered tho imaginary fence to bo noth 4 polosOr r HS1n rl1l stay with the boys until a la resell our destination and then have the pleasure of seeing Bryan and Hill nominated r WiMrfmuter Gregory Buys a Qaso Has Engine + t i1David Gregory has closed a cone rkot for a six horse power gasoline en gfiio Ho is preparing to do planing mIllwork Cloyerport Workmen In the completion of the St R manlds arch Hardlnsburgl two Oloverport 4werj aren are assistingl greatly James l Lewfs has charge of the carpentering aid John Shouee of the painting depart anatr i Hard To Remember1 JL geatlaman representing Fairbanks M r y pCatte Co gaaand gasoline engines of- iVa In town Monday Ills 4 MM comprises fifteen letters of the fttabetwhlch are as follows J F J berger t Keep to Your Place anti Y arPlace wlllKcep vins st ynthi ait goodMienlih aw wont ktp Iti aNpJUdM rrtoy tiiff jtaiftroyblff v fe ln ropers lzood hoods Sarst tKe stood rkl and pun r prdrjtougoWbe2Wr whiArr- ww jo Aeepyoo piceva ii- 3c Ll n I j n- y rS t i i R r- i r i 1 IGALXx THE NEWS BY PHONE NUMBER 11 RING 2 THEt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r IfcTIEJWS IYN051MUSICALE Cloverports Debutantes Delight An Audience At The Pres byterian Church Tues day Nignt- COMMENCEMENT GOWNSAND The musicalo given at tho Presbyter ian Church Tuesday night Juno 20was in chargo of Mrs L T Reid who is a leading light in musical circles and an accomplished vocalist Tho space about tho piano was beauti fully decorated with palms and fresh flowers and mule a pretty setting for the graceful figures of tho performers who in dainty commencement gowns de lighted tho oyes as well as tho cars of an aprcciativo audience Tho program was rendered entirely by the young girls most of whom are just home from school and some of whom aro making music a specialty A limited spaco prevents a personal mention of each singer and player but suffice it to say that each selection was good and each member heartily npplandcd To those who aro interested in tho musical progress of Clovcrport it is in teresting and encouraging realize that tho musical ranks are being swelled with an abundant supply of fresh young talent which if properly developed may make our town a musical center of somQ local renown bold SeventyFive Gallons Qardne Agnew and William Winchell of Tobinsport Ind told seventyfive gal long of raspberries in one day during the season Thev realized forty cents per gallon Bought a Distillery Mayor Barry was at Brandenburg Monday and rented the Ekron distillery which was put up for solo there Ho will begin to operate it as soon as tho fruit season wllllpermit ADDISON Clarence Aloot of Louisville is with thejamlly of L D Addison Mrs Maude Williams and son went to Louisville Monday for the day Mrs Martha lloblnf on of Chicago has gone to Louisville to visit relatives Mrs Gus Tyler of Oweneboro was the guest of her mother Mrs Eliza Burke one day last week Mrs Chas Tinlus was at German Ridge one day last week L D Addison shipped a car load ot fat cattle last week Misses Linnle and Maunie Brashear is visiting relatives at Sample Henry Dick was in Louisville last weekMiss Mary Barret of Louisville is vie sting hot grandmother Mrs Elfzt Burke Shelley Harold Infant child of Mr Daniel Dick was buried Friday betide its mother in the Mount Joseph grave yardMiss Dora Hyde of Indiana is the guest of her aunt Mrs Fred Dick FEEBLE OLD AOE An Old And Respected Minister Rev John Crabtree Outlives His Usefulness HAKDiNSBuno KT July 3rd Rev John Crabtreo living up on the Louisville road was brought hero last Monday and sent to tho asylum Tho old mans mind has been unbalanced for somo time and ho was unable yes terday to rocognizo any of his old ac quaintancesTwontyflvo years ago Crabtreo was ono of tho leading Presbyterian preach cramin the county Ho has filled somo of tho teat points in the county and al ways drovra good crowd to hear him Out at old Freedom twenty years ago Crabtreo could get up a big religious etirHo has witnoesodhaudrodsof versions there and at other points whore he preached For sometime though tho old man has not boon hoard of much Ho has notpreaohed any for about ten years He ia now eighty and very feeble Ho Jiaatwp sons who are preachers This tqto thoafyiam wiUUkely end his days so far as wo are tbncdrnod and when we next hear of him he will prob ably have parsed over the great river c r 0 MIGHT EX= CHANGE FARMS An Illinois Farmer Is Interested la Kentucky Farming Con ditions APPRECIATES TilE NEWS EDITOR hnzcxaxntnanNswsDannS- am=Through your kindness I hayu reo co1 toil VITIII Clpien ol your paper and mu t say I conilur it H live paper You my coiitiiiiui It end expect an early rt inlttancc Are there any peopleI lit your county by this came ot Hoard My grandfather Ezekiel Ccuipbel a Baplut preacher who cWt fruin East Tennessee to Ken tucky about SO years an settling In the preen Iliv r cuuuiry had a s Ser who married Mr Bamd who lived in Brtck orrlda or au iuljoli iir county They w re roll1ltl di to the Mltuieltii anti De iiHsturi 0 nillrttlier visited his slater probably abuJ825 or 1830 and she not bi ing able to ridSs ii horjebnck vnlkuil a distance of acme five or six miles to va thomu m m ber of her family at which limo silo wad HbJUt 00 ycflg of age I am Mitpri eJ that in an old settled country like yours that land should be so cheap Is It worn out or what Is tie matter with h7 It looks like the title of immigration csnM easily bi tamed from the West and South to that section ii your lands are productive and your markets rood 1 have property in an Iljluols city of 0000 or 7000 habitants that I have refused several offers In Missouri and Arkansas lands for but which I might exchange for land In your coun me for thus making free to write you hut I pirecate your paper and feel that It Is my duty to say to Tile weather here is getting pretty dry although crops are not yet drying up There will be a fair crop of fruit of most all kinds We have no colored people here except In the larger towns Wishing for your prosperity I am Very respectfully H 0 LUCAS Prairie City McDououxh County 111 HEROINE clears the complexion gives buoyancy to tho mind cures head aches regulates the otomcch and bowolt stimulates tho liver and Is in fact a per fect guardian of the health Price CO cents CLIFTON MILLS Our town has been pretty dull since wheat harvest began Much sympathy is extended to tho family of Mrs Wilda Parks who tiled hero Thursday Juno 28 She loaves n husband and little son to grieve for her James Hornbook tho progressivo mil ler at this placo has just put somo new machinery in his mill Mr Walter Adkisson was in Louis villo on business last week Mr E A Dea champ and family vis ited his brother near Sample last week Any advertised dealer is authorized to guarantee Ifanner Salve for tetter c c zaraa piles spralnp cuts scalds burns ulcers and any open or old sore Moor man dr Owen Satan Qot Behind MotherSo you havo bijca at tho jam again Adolphus Son Tho cupboard door camo open of Itself mdtberatQ I thought MotherWhy didnt you say Get theo behind me satan SonSo I did mother and ho went I up and pushed me right Inl Brooklyn Life t A Distinction Knogood tells mo you won some money from him last night said the man with tbo shrieking shirt Nape said thotnan with tho whispering tie I merely won a tow beta from him OhlI =Indianapolis Press The private secretary of an Important official Is a good thing until bo begins to think ho Is the Important oft claL NewOrleans Ie8yunOoI Tho stars on the United States coin age are six pointed while the United States flag carries flue pointed start Than who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cats bursa and bruises which hell rapIdly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT applied Price 25 said 60 cents ZEB KNEW THE HOWL iL- It Interrupted Discussion on Things Biblical j I Tile Old Possum flute Tells About r i n Wildcat Scrl m3geI and How j After ho Thought lie Had the Oil1 I Woman Licked sWsilenced I Him I Copyright 15 Oy by Co B Lewis 1 Ono evpnln said the possum hunt er of Tennessee as me nn the old wo rnnn sot smokin our pipes on tho doah step on foclln at peace with tho world sho suddenly says to me Zeb do yo know why the preacher didnt stop with ua when ho was long yore two weeks ngoV i I Cekasc ho stopped with Jubo Tay i I lor says I IIo stopped thar but ho wasnt Bwlno to till ho heard what yo had said Then he got mall an wouldnt step toot over the I I An what did I toabII yodidntcr Vented that yo wanted to start a fuss with somebody Whats whalo an Joner cot to do with thatII I UEDDB TUB WHALE BWALLKHKD JOXEB Whats tho matter that whats good nun fur Elder Hopkins an everybody else round yore aint good null fur yoVBut storyhowsnrtor hos bin swallered by a whale I I shoiI says 14 But Im makln It my bizncss says I What dont seem likely to mo I aInt gwlno to bellevo In I I But yo might keep shot about it an not raise a fuss Who air yo White that yo disputes tho Bible ZebII iI That started tho row said tho old man an we had somo purty hot worllsI I said I didnt believe tho story an she said she didnt keer whether I did or not an wo was sassln away when wo heard a cry up on tho hillside It was sunthin like tho cry of a child an tho old woman gits up an listens an saysII I Zcb thars a leetlo child wandcrln about In tho bresh Jet hoot two or three hoots to draw It this way f I ITh cry como agln an then I know cd what It was It wasnt no lost child but a prowlln wildcat I hadnt heard one fur two yars but I was dog Buah of tho game Id boy told tho old I woman but sho got mad bckaso I wouldnt hoot an called mo names When tho third cry comes sho says to meII I I kers lectio boy Jim an hos wandered two miles away from home If yovo got a heart In yor busum yoH go up tho mounting an find him an bring him down In yor arms I 14 I aint huntin fur lost boys soysrI as ItripeTheni Ill go up thar myself I IIt Better notiBut I will Bcfo tho Lawd bqt I dont know whats coma over yo Zcb+ I Fast yo so nn deny that tho whol ti nwallcred Joncr an then yo wont movo hand or foot to save an lunerccnt child from pcrisbln Mcbbo yo air git tin ready to turn Mormon an run away from moi I I aint takin wild varmints fur lost boys says I as tho scream como agln Its no wild varmint Its tho volco of lectio Joo Baker an ho rpust bo skeert almost to death of tho dark ness Yo sot right yero like an old mowl an Ill go up an find him Im thankin tho Lawd yo haint got no I children of yor own With that alto grabs up a stick an starts up the hill While I knowed that a wildcat was roamin round I didnt think tho old woman would como to any hurt I hoped the cat would yell out an skccr her an solt was ten min its befo I follcrcd on Sho went push through tho brcsh an callln to Jdoy Iln now an then the cit cried out in an swer I was dwn a HCOD otlarnzhln tow 4 1 cat She would sin me a bite an then gin the old woman n clawln rn that was no gcttln away from her We had to fight fur our lives an I never did Rich Jlglitlu In nil my days Wed her both bin done up except that 1 daubed the cat iiKlu a tree an stunned her an wMIo she lay thar we lied to the house ai locked the donh We hadnt skasMy got in hufo tho critter was Kcrucchlu round an not belli able to git nt us the went round to the shed an bit au clawed my old mewl till he was no good nil winter We was a drefful sight to see when we got Into the house me an the oar woman We was In tatters an klverel with blood an we Jest frjl down Ill laid thar I was the worst hurt but 1 linunt got over belli toad ylt Ilmcb 1 eot up an says aMebbo the whale swallered Joncr nu mebbc lie didnt Tine old woman groaned with ho bites nn didnt fny n woT 5Mebbe Xcb Milto has a right h Ida oplnyun an mcfOe he hasnt s She groaned nsln but sine hated t giveupAm mcbbo Zeb White has sense miff In his head to know tine ycowl of n wildcat from the cry of a lectio chill If yo think ho haint then yod better tree some lUG lost boys Whats tho nrgymcnt Zcb she asks as she sits up with tears In her eyesThe nrjjyment Is Kin I hev my cpmytin bout Joner nn tine whale Im coimlderln that yo kin An am I a man to leave an Inner cent child to perish in tho bresh Not 8IosslIAn air yo still thankin tho Lawd bckasc we haint got no children I dont believe I am An lastly air yo gwlno to fly up mall bckaso I say them lions orter her eaten Daul when ho was cast befo em ZebIlight another candle git out tho coons fat an sonic patchIeach other up an git along fur a month without no mo ussin And so it ended nil right I asked of the old man as ho finished his story I thought It had ho replied with a sigh I thought I had tho old woman licked an was gwlno to boss tho cabin from that tlmo on but we was both still llmpln from our hurts when I happened to mention that them peoPlo never crossed tho Red sea dry shod an sho turned on me nu got mo by tho har an I had to tako It all back an shet up like a clam M QUAD Trv are no belt r pHs made than DWllt1 IH IN Eirlv lila is Always prompt and ccrniii A R Fislur DOING ONES BEST Snccem of Those Who Take This For n Motto A homely rhyme found In an old fashioned Jingle book Imparts a sound philosophyThoughtful Mary Wood Always did the belt the could Let lu follow Maryi plan Alirayi do the but we can At tho first glance this looks very easy still most of us know that there aro days when wo do not by any means attain to so high a standard To do ones very best Implies that ono hal a conscience that will not bo satisfied with half measures that one has more titan the average amount of good health and that ones Ideal Is a lofty one Most of us start off splendidly when wo begin anything new Tho real testing time comes when tine novelty Is worn oil and wo ore tired 1and begin to carry the load wearily The old proverb A now broom sweeps cleat would never havo been spoken If tho Invariable custom of tho world had always been to do tho best on all occasions Tho great cathedrals of Europe were built slowly through the ages by men who did their best The great explorers and Investigators In science havo dono their best Whatever tho work If It is worth doing at all It Is worth doing well Tho person who has a reputation for accuracy arid for punctuality whoso work Is always thorough and whoso name stands for tho best ho can do never need fear that ho will not find room at tho w Harpers Bazar A JlUlcndlnc tlnUo I was down In ChnrlosttHr tV Vfl recently said n business man look Ing after a contract and I noticed a funny thing thetj motto on tkpv great seal of West Virginia Is Latin lingo something like Montana nil non cst exto mean In Mountaineers are always free Well sir they slap that state seal all around their capital and as I was going into the penitentiary I looked up and saw it over tho door There U was Mountaineers are always free It may bo more cheering to tho con- vIcts to read that than the old slogan Abandon hopo all yo who enter hero but Its a blasted lie on tho face of it at that for I saw plenty of mountain men wearing the stripes ono I got in side Cincinnati Enquirer Good old Granny Metcalfp of Ken tacky 80 years old says that Dr Dells Pine TarHonky 13 the beet Grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people daring her life Sold everywhere i COLUMNS THE i VivbTHUWM tryPardon PAGES Royal Baking PowderRoyal t Baking Pow I pecuThe notIMorefound in other leav I ening agents which f Healthfularise 1 i supeii and healthfulness of its ingredients l Royal Baking Powder leavens thGhfood perfectly by its own inherent power without changing or impairing any of the elements of the flour Thus the hotbreads hotrolls andmuffins and the delicious hot griddlecakes raised bythe Royal Baking Powder are and digestible and may be eaten without distress even by persons of delicate digestionAlum baking powders are low priced as alum costs but two cents pound alum is a corrosive poison and it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in food ROYAL DAKINO POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST YORK CAMPAIGN WAR CLOTHES The Political Pot Will Be Boil- Ing in This County This Fall BECKHAM AND LEWIS ELEMENT Both Factions Arc Working With Interest Precinct Conventions to be Held One Week From Next Saturday politicians Polities null aro getting on their war clothes not only in the nation but right hero in our own good county of Brockcnridge There in a president and a governor to bo elected this and the campaigners are casting about and getting their lines located and their fences up There will bo a lively fight hero in Brcckoiiridgo within tho Demo cratic lines fortho nomination for ernor It is a fight for place and power There iis Bockham element headed by tho Hon D R Murray and n Lewis element headed by tho lion A J Gross and Hon W E Minor Theso latter gentlemen wore in Hardinsbnrg lust Monday viewing the situation mid cast ing about for voteato capture tbo county for their man They or + bitterly opposed to Beckluun and will fight him to tho bitter mud They claim that they will carry county with ease for their and that tho thing is nil ready sot tledMr Murray is not on tho ground but ho is also making a strong pull for his man Bookham and doing it In a quiet way by letters His active workers are Mr Thos Tousey of this city Matthias Miller and Dr Milton Board of Har dinsbnrg Precinct conventions will be holdona week from next Saturday to decide the matter lathe mean time the local politician and place hunter will bo called into active duty to do the work and got out tUevoto I T t 11 18 I l to to to I C- j I wholesome a but NEW fall gov tho tho man MANY GRIEVE Mrs Alex Boyds Death Leaves a Number of Sorrowing Hearts A TRUE AND SINCERE FRIEND The death of Mrs Belle W Boyd at her homo at this placo Thursday morn ing Juno 28 was not unexpected ns sho had been seriously ill for n number of weeks Her health had been feeble for many years mill for the past two years tine was atlHcted with a fatal malady which finally caused her death Mrs Boyd was a Miss Green and was born at Charleston hid April 2 1827 Sho united with tine Methodist church nt tho ago of fifteen in which church 11llyeightHer marriage to Mr Alex Boyd oc curred Feb 18 1851 Sho is survived by her husband and six children nil of whom are married and live away from homo Mrs Dr RialJ Cnnne Hon Mrs Charles r Ilabb ago Louisville Messrs Henry Boyd Now York City Georgo and Charles Boyd St Louis and Frank s Boyd Oiveusboro During her painful mid lingering ill ness Mrs Boyd received all tho attention from loving relatives that thought fulnos3 and affection could devise As wife and mother she was tenderly cher fished and her Christian influence will live long after other homo ties are for gotten As neighbor aud friend she was true and sincere and many friends weep with tho be caved family in their filiation Tho funeral services were conducted at tho family residence Friday morn ing by Rev T V Joiner after which tho remains were taken to Jefferson villo hid and buried in tho family lot in tho Eastern cemetery Mrs Boyd was a sister of tho late Mrs David McClure and of Mrs Eunice Mnrphy of Louisville Mrs Charles Trotter of Chicago and Prof George W Green of New Albany Sho is an aunt of Mrs Thomas Sparks Drs 0 B and S C McClure of Jefforsouvillo OirTOR a- HTGt r Kitd YDS Veit Idxxtrs iPt r j 4 le try r IJt WEDNESDAY JULY 4 19QO 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t DECISION DAY t The Sunday =School Pentecost Fol lows the Annual Week t L of Reaping t PARENTS ARE IMPORTANT FACTORS Paper read by Mn W J risBottof Inrlngtonat the SumlijrSchool AsiocUUon at thus place Thursday Jane uih A common crltieiim of tlin Sunday Ecliocl is that it falls to accomplish its purpose that it rarely records cotiverplpnn ns are suIt of Its toaohinKJ therefore the Stir day school oBMclailoua of several states have adopted a plan of action which must result In a great ingathering of precious sould Each nwocltttion calls upon every Sun day School in Its state to observe a cer tarn week in the yenr as a week of reapingThe following that week in Decision Day The naiciathns state the first great purpose of Decision Day to be to reap such of the grain us might be ripened to harvest and second to arouse Sunday school woikera and par eats to the necrfttity of so teaching tin word that it may have opportunity to develop and to cultivate the tender growth that it may mature and no watch for the coloring that denotes rIp news as to fpeak the winning word at the oppor tuno moment and thus Itcuru the harvest During the week of reaping special eervlcen are held bv teachers and par cute for the fix II purpose of prayer and supplication toGoi for theealvation of pupils and children r There are no fixed tim s when God is specially willing 10 pardon he ia always willing Him Hint cou nth to me I will in no wise cast out Skit II the lordand Seek aud yo shall find Yet while tills is true we know that the seasons when eoul harvest are more readily gathered are those which follow periods of preaching and teaching for Immediate salvation There is a wonderful efficiency in con certed action The greatest penttcost recorded was the day upon which thechristian church was assembled with one accord in one placeIt ia the privilege of every Sunday school to have a pentecost and as organ ized effort in any direction Ismuch more effective than Is a greater force unoigin ized the adoption of tide Decaion Day pan in all of our stairs would we be lieve mult in the reaping of a bountiful harvestWe not need to examine statlvtics of churches to prove that men aud women who have njjcted Christ for many years are seldom led to accept him Suffer the little children to come unto me BIt the Christ and the natur al time to dtcid for Christ sums to be during childhood and early youth We have not yet adopted the Decision Day plan In our state and in the absence of this organizedeflort at sowing and reaping whet are we doing 7 Art we ac complishing enough III the way of It all ing souls to Christ The nelds are lip why not gather the liarves We have the promiee They that be wihe shall shine asthebrglitnetft of the firmament and they that turn many to riuhteous ntH as the star for ev r and ever And again lie tint Koeth forth with weep ing bearing precious eced shall ilnubtleca come again with n juicing brim gim g Ma sheaves with him Are we uflluiently alive to the rieedu of the sue of the di y yea of the houi We are opltnlfta ennugh to believe thu1 the world ia growing better but are we helping it all we can 7 Tim true teacher of Gods word lI1lllIch in constant ex pectation that the unconverted will HO cept Christ us a ptitonal Savior cud that those who are raved will grow in grace and in a knowledge of the love of GodIf we have fellowship with God en thueiHHin will creep Into our work En tliuaiaem has been defined OH God III us and when we see time rtEulta of intense enthusiasm wo feel aura that it is a God given qualification All of the great movements that have sweptthe earth with power have origin aced in the mind of and developed by the will of some great enthusiast Sacred and profane history teem with examples of mighty deeds done by the power of euthunlann Garabaldi was an enthusiast On his way to Rome in 1807 he was told that he would hu Imprisoned He said if fifty Garabaldisare imprisoned let Rome be free I St Paul was an enthusiast holy enthusiasm his He said I would to God that not only thou but all who hear me this day were both almost and altogHther such at I am except thise bonds Marlin Luther was an enthusiast inspired en thusiasms When warned of his danger he said If I bad fifty heads I would llode them all rather than recant Suttees de h f 1 pends upon time amount of rife blood we put Into our work Perhaps you are all familiar with the story ofa certain artist who surprised and puzzled his competitors by the great i I beauty of a certain shade of red which I ho put into hla pictures The artist died and many scars were found upon life body II The mysto y was solved He h d tak en his own life blood and mixed with the painI This was little better than a heathen sactlflie but why do we not give the brat that in in us to our Sunday School work remembering that impres alone are fur time and eternity People are desperately in earnest in secular affaire why shouldnt time same amount of earnestness animate thitn In religious matters Many of us wonder that we fail that no conversions are recorded an a result ofour teaching that the seed WH sow siema to fall any where but in good ground Our experiences are similar to those off the man who visited time trout stream lie reported that hundreds of the trout saw him were disturbed by him and were conscious of his presence but not one of them was caught Sunday school clauses are conscious of a t ach ers presenc and may be entertained but he is not accomplishing the real work of the teacher unless the pupil learn through him to know God The true fisherman willdo more than entertain the fish he will catch them I never observe a member of my class intently studying the landscape through the nearest window or intensely inter rated in the personal adornment of the girl just in front of her that I do not 111 that there must be a painful lack of vitality in my teaching We need ini our work eithusiasra and courage and watchlulues such as apoleon called the two oclock In the morning kind we nerd to overcome the apathy of the flesh this allurement off the world that iiieel both puolls aid teacher and the blandishment of tint evil one Letusre member also that which attracted time multitudes to Christ was not Christs teaching alone but his lowly humble life his personal ministrations and hin helpfulntpa Christianity exemplified Is much more effective thrn theoretical Christianity Our pupils and the world will be much sooner won to Christ by the for Ur This is a commercial pge goods sIll by samples Judged by many samples of Christians WI see it Is but small wonder that Curia tinnily is regarded as a worthless com modityOur living Is more convincing than our logic Some one has said that Curia tianitr is not a drifting upon divine cur rents it is earnest navigation toward a desired haven If we have failed during the past year to Ilead souls to Christ it Is probably because we have depended too much on our own strergh and reiources Spurgeon say Let not any ol us talk to our Sun tiny t chll I class or preach from the pul pit or write a Iltt r about our Lord un ill w e have had afresh glimpse of him When you have yourself been with Christ when you have yourself just corns forth from time ivory palaces of communion and fellowship with time Lord Jrhuc all your garments will smell of myrrh and aloes and cassia and your words will have some of the precious savor clinging to thorn L t Uh fix our hearts so completely up on Him that when we cry to others Behold time auibof God it shall be be cause we have ourselves Just beheld Him Let us abide In Christ He that hbideth in me brlngeth forth much fruitIn all the outlines of the plans for Do cUion Day which I have seen the par emits were important factors In the work The Ohio association urges parents per sonally to interview and pray with their children ou the Saturday preceding De cision Day which Saturday is called the day tf contact Parents and teachers err asked to observe the hour of noon on that day an a season of prvr and Becoming a Mother heart Marching Isnt it certain that concerted action of this nalurt on theI part of parents and teachers would result in a feluloua harvest We doubt Goths word ifi wo do not beteve it There la no trust in the world so imj portent as the trust of parentage and none which many people regard more lightlyFood clothIng shelter and schooling they provide but they utterly ignore the fact that the creator has intrusted to them the most susceptible and receptive creature on earth when ho commits to their charge a human soul Every patent who has observed his child at nIl knows what an imitative creature he Is and we all know that tendencies to good or evil chartoerofttn opting from parentalinfluence Think of the monotonous uniformity in the history ol certain Jewish kings Each one walked in the way of his father and did evil in the lIght of the Lord Time fathers made the path and the sot a walked in it Many a father studies his account book or the political situation more than he studies the peculiarities of his children earl many a mother gives more atten floe to the nude of her poultry the lat eat novel or the choicest bit of neigh borbood gossip than ehe dote to the in clinations of her sons and daughters Statistics show that there is a decline in the percentage of conversions in everal denominations Is not much of this due to the decline of home rtiligion Along a rocky shore on the Massachusetts coast are many wrecksA asked an old sea captain Why are timers so many wrecks Bad steering was the laconic reply- I think the Christ looks down upon this world and he sees the sea upn which we make the voyage of life strewn with time wrecks of those who sailed out ol the harbor with promise and joy and life great tender loving heart throbs with an infinite pity for these victims of Lad steering Some one is responsible Is it you la it 17 With Jesus as the Captain every little bark may bo guided to a safe and brautiful haven Dear friends let us urge upon our pupils and children the importance of de tiding for God Nothing is more nobl than decision of character and when that decision comes at the dictates of conscience it is sublime It led Joseph from a dungeon to the throne of the Pharisee It has given to the world a Daniel a Luther a Paul anti a Wesley It is decision which shall carry lima average of human character up higher and higher The great need of the world today is good and pure minded men and women with decision oi character Broad and liberal minded men and women of great soul and clear vision and firm couvic tlona and faith and godliness Men andt women for whom the stake nail the flame and the wild beasts would possess no terrors Men and women who by their ginius or holiness or patriotism or some other grace have kept alive the smouldering fires of truth and goodness Such men were Moses and Elijah and Paul and St Augustine Luther tiVaehingtonand Ln coin These men spoke great words they thought great thoughts they did great deeds They marched across their age with a tread that shook the continents and a light that illuminated the worldHidden somewherein the Almightys arsenal are Voile as keen and strong as any that he has ever used says a great divine and he will use them when the hour comes Whoshall say that some of these coming leaders may not be llv ingamongus today their names unspoken Tomorrow they willcome forth each a Sir Galahad whose strength is as the strength of ton because his heart is pureParents teachers and pupils let us grasp the opportunity to be among the deciding forces for right We are all endowed with some talents It may be one five ten or twenty Whatever it is find it and use it in the Masters service In the Masters vineyard we may all find expression for our native abilltes We have but to grasp our opportunities Alexander the Great said he Con quered the world by not delaying James A Garfield said Today is a king In disguiseAct in the living present If I were you Id see my path of duty so plain and straleht without a curve or bend and walk upon it without swerve or falter from lifes beginning to Its end Id be so strong so brave so true if I were yon OwasToniaDean theThe Kind You 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Harris given month supper guess 1 show made guess correct guesses prizes DO when THE The free 1 tiers Saturday night A large crowd at tended Misses Flora Tilford and Jessie lien derson who have been off attending schooll have returned home We are glad to eee them back There IB to be a grand picnic given by the Fordayllle people close to town on the Fourth A premium will be given to the winner in a bicycle race A young man by the name of Hall who died of conHumption was brought here Sunday evening and burled at the Ford UJe cemetery A large crowd was present and all sympathied with thee bereaved ones- A10nugman by the name of Joe Sta pies formerly of this place but now live ing at Deanfield and working at the mines lately met with a terrible acci dent One day lapt week he was carry Ii keg of blafltirg powder which ex grlatdlstancotilating him terribly HI Is not expected to live His mother is a widow and we do indeed sympathize with her Improve your eyes get rid of that rough grinding feeling of the lids and clear your sight by applying utherlanda EsgiOEye Salve Try It tonight and you will see better tomorrow night It Is not unpleasant to use A specific for sore eyes A Lady Apostle What is an epistle asked a Sunday school teacher There was a pause and then a solitary hand went up I know tteacher Well my dear The wife of anapoetlerteacher BANK oF riet WATa fSBUMv BF BEARD President A VicePresidentM I O W BEARD i i DIBEOTORSR I INTEREST PAID UN TIME DEPOSITS I 1Ii r I A r Je KIRST I Cafineltons Leading Tailojj j I j= IIIATTENDTOI i iYOUR WANTS- WHEN J I IN I NEED II iiiLUMEEEM 1 I LlIIIBII t1NNNNNNHNN WrtUlwr BliMtjW RBRooh 1 ii i I J Hflunschei The TAILOR i I Will be in Clover= I port on the 2d and 4tH j I Friday of every month I with r Casper May Co- OANNBLTON INxT Office In Rear of Moorman A Owms Drug Store Dr J LI MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work t CLOVERPORT ICY 4 t 6GA000OIHC OC t I Best GoodF- ORr BEST BUYER fBuyers who unable to find w they want in thy own town will hij the satisfaction being pleated ii8ending an order I S IDDI G Dir 5 IIMI i 1919 BROOK ST I Louisville K A aeee Koci Dyspepsia G Digests what you e itartlfclal food uNature in strengthening and atruotlng gene ItlsthelateatdlscoVerede the exhausted difMtl iiIf ant and tonic No other prep If can approach 1It in efficiency I MyDyapeFlatulence Seur Stomach a Sick HeadaeheGtietralgaCraae all other reaulUofimpcffeotd Price tp4 p Wee s coiiMlna ipepslaPreparid Ch t 0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1900 3N- 1 k l IREGKENRIDGE NEWS I r IFTHt RECEPTION t tHs T Y Club at The Hos pliable Home of Mr and ifMfMrs R H Nevitt I rf eir Pretty Daughter Miss Lena Was Hostess and Received t ft Handsome Costume Repre K senting a Butterfly ch Young Lady Appeared T Donned In a Special I ll Costume iif1 SSETHEL KINO- CARRIED OFF THE PRIZE 4BINDBKBUBO KySpeclal Last reday evening the X V held Its reception at the hospitable home If and Mrs R H Nevitt with their inter Miss Jena as hostess le porches and yard were lighted by ly Japaneso lanterns with hammocks ieaU arranged for the enjoyment of esta dining room was bordered with of red white and blue brought chandwller and draped A mu sent forth sweetest melodies glv added charm to the scene De ces and a variety of cakes were e i By the way the cake was the tI the young hostess skill I r pictures windows tables and side Ir were a mass of English fluid 1i L The tables were three laden j sea and daisies in evidence every JJnd in every available space ch guests plate was a daisy on a nlr card with love knot of red and ribbon and the word Sou venancec i late to the left Miss Ethel King H the exact English and in both Y s and received the prize a copy ierfc Poems etty young hostess represented- fly in black dress with yellow flow butterflies dotted here everywhere Misses Virginia j Daughter of the Confederacy Js with white itripes and stars ie Pusey Janice Meredith an tolonial style with powdered hair Hardin Flower Girl white ors and flowers Minnie Bland r maiden yiolet colors with fish Ills Burch Aurora white with 111 and crown Llnnie Moremen ler white crowned and covered ill bloom roses Bessie Lewis Slpsy Fortune Maid cards arranged aI costume a Jaunty rustic bat Mary LHayaN Sunflower white border d and decorated with the flower Mrr Isall Grinnell Bride white with veil IDId orange blossoms Susie Elder Babble heroine in Little Minster hlte and green Lillian Rhodes Ital I Jl WWack and yellow Ethel King Boetumed In fancy attire Miss Inca Jaklnsa guest of Miss Minnie Bland lbite MeesssBoeeMcGebee Bud IthertOn James Bonduraut Fred Fal keDetain Gene Fontaine Harvy Ditto IA Ditto George Ditto John Basket raak atrlefgh Louisville Beall Grin lljMcGehee James Blckeretaff Dft pvH Nevitt Miss Fannie Nevitt peyed Norma for the march into the parlor nd again for the supper Thus- deda delightful evening AH Epidemic Of Diarrhoea Mr jLSanders writingf fromOocoanut Grove Fla says there has been quite an pMemlopf diarrhoea there He had a sere attack and was cured by four do iMt of Obamberlaini Oollc Cholera and IMwfhbea Remedy He says he also j MooinmeBded It toothersand they say ittoi the best medicine they eyer used Jot ale by A R Fisher Oloyerport B JLSb Umn StepheBsport yTHBOTHER SIDE A eprwBponaent of the Chicago Red ATI there are two rides to the story bi 01blMM4Bezen The Germana mt JWiliwi are building a railroad itbioQl the 16oet thleklrMttled part of OMDa XhfM every Inch at ground ii cultivated tad den oan barely livethen TIM amaUdJHlllDengineers r- 1iBriI air farms they tear dow destroy crop riMi labor and treat tbt peopltr In ttarsoderol sad arbitrary BWUMt The BOXAM wvfe oraaised to e ise i wd iitUMMM of tra M and 4bqUM UM only Meealhi tar yeAer Llano their opptnore cs AVERAGE YIELD OF WHEAT I Mr R A Osborno of Holts Bottom was in town Monday Mr Osborno owns ono of the finest farms in that neighborhood and keeps it under an excellent state of cultivation Ho said some of his neighbor farmers had bbe- gun threshing wheat Ho bas thirty three acres of tho cereal which will yield about thirty bushels to the acro The law holds both maker and circu- lator of a counterfeit equally guilty Tho dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve rinks your life to malts a little larger profit You cannot trust him DeWilts is the only genuine and origIn- al Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealers give you DeWitts Salve HARDINSBLJRG Its the hottest fourth of July of the rearon Sheriff Frank P Payne was here Ilact FridayWhen in town on the 4th call and set us The Eclipse Decorate your business houses on this great National holiday Mrs Adams of Leitcbfield is visiting Mrs Charles Heston Mrs Crete Hensley who has been ill for eomo time improving You can get pink lemonade today but red liquor is a thins of the past W K Barnes has accepted an agency for a Lila Insurance Company- If you dont see what you want today at BabbaxeV grocery ask for it If you need anything in glass ware we have it A choice lot Just received Wm Beard and John Stith have completed the census for Hardlneburg Henry Eakridge of Louisville was here last week visiting his old friends Miss Lucy Heston will leave shortly for a visit to Leltehfield and Vino Grove R S Skillman is going on the rpad again for the computing scale company Dr Charley Gardiner and his eon of Gland Tower Ill are visiting hIe mother hereMrs Thomas Withers and her mother will leave about the 18th for a visit to Virginia Miss Ave Board of Hardinslurg is the guest ot her lister Mrs Garrett at Alexis 111 Dent Brown has moved here from Owensboro and gone into the butcher business Ed Guthrie is having the Witt store room repainted and papered before mov ing into It There will be an all day meeting at Antioch church the third Sunday in this monthThe lake iis attracting its usual summer crowds taa popular resort for the young folks Mr and Mrs Rutledge of Oloverport were here last Saturday the guests of Miss Lillie Scott Mr Sam Pate has boon chosen as prin cipal of the Hardinsburg public school for the fall term Lee Meyer the popular salesman for J M Robinson Norton CoLonsville was here last Saturday Jailer Shellman is now feeding four prisoners a slight improvement in the business over last year Harrold Beard carried off a handsome gold medal for honors in a class of medical students numbering 80 Patrick Dillon is having having his old shop remodeled before going into it He will handle fertilizer and farming Im plementsThe news from Major Horace Scott whoiaat the Infirmary in Louisville for treatment is that his conditions improved Miss Jlncy Heston was out driving last Sunday evening On account of her delicate health she has not been out much this spring and summer I Jim Kennedy has a fine wheat crop talon that old farm on the Leltchfleld road It wont be many years until alt lithe old fields now lying waste will betaken up and put in wheat The vt F M Society will meet with Mrs Milton Board Friday afternoon at half past two oclock Every member should be present to hear the report from the annual meeting at Trenton Mr Harrold Beard has returned from Louisville where he has been attending the medical lectures Harrold is not a full fledged M D yet but it will not in snlthlm to call him Dr Beard Mrs Lewis Payne baa a right to brag on her poultry stock Last month she sold nearly one hundred dozen eggs There may be other women in the neigh borhood who have done aa well with their hens but we havent heard of themMrs Haltingly wife of ephMa tlngly of Glendeane was burled here at the Catholic cemetery last Saturday tin Mattlngly died at J ansas City Mo where her husband had taken her for treatment undera specialist The trip did not benefit hermuch but Mr Mat CoOuldloroffietlraeV She leave manyfriends at GI I7W f 7 f BRANDENBURG Miss Susie Elder has the Sandy Hill school again Mr and Mrs Geo H Casporko were in LonisviUo last week Mrs H L Pnsoy Louisville visited Dr and Mrs D 0 Pnsoy last week Mrs D W Lewis is with the family of Mr Patterson Guston to spend some time Mrs J W Lewis is spending two weeks with her daughter Mrs J L Malin Vine Grovo Miss Wathena Hamilton gave a hay ride to Sulphur Well last week in honor of herguests Misses Roark and Jones Charlie Cosperko is somo bettor He is patient and resigned to his confinement knowing Thxno whom Ho chas tonoth Ho lovoth A largo crowd from hero took the Tell City last Friday night and mot the Ra gon about twenty miles abovo town Good musio and lIne dancing Miss Daisy Molntiro land her pupils gave an afternoon recital last Friday tit her homo The affair was a pleasant ono and the attendance was good Miss Mary Taylor had a large music class at Peweo Valley and a most enjoy able session socially She heard severn noted musicians in Louisville and at tended tho May Festival Mr and Mrs Stuart Owings took mo to Sulphur Well last Sunday afternoon Tho ride was delightful and the stay pleasant Mrs Owings is spending this week with her mother at Woodland We read constantly of McKinleys Bryans Roosevelts ideal home life 1 I bellevo it is almost impossible for a man to be an entire success in tho world uu less hoej tender affectionate considerate and indulgent in his homeliTho brav est aro the tenderest- It is the silence of tile NEWt that blights oftentimes as wolf as tho si lence of another great paper Some things liko tho nicked flourish llkoa young bay tree but we see them cut down after a brief season and blight leads to it Frank Fairleigh of Louisville is with his aunt Mrs J W Lewis for a months vacation Frank will follow in tho footsteps of his father anddeclare Blackstono unto the people Hos a genial cultivated bighearted fellow and wo hope he will reach where his father leaves off Judge Van Wick of New York believes Kentucky will return to tho dear old homestead of Democracy He gives ten reasons that will make Democracy triumphant and get wanderers back to the sheep fold Judge Van Wick might say Take Populists and Socialists out of a truly Democratic Convention if you want to make it harmonious I had a pleasant little call last Satur day from Miss Helen Pollock and her friend Miss Loeb who by the way made a most favorable impression upon one of our greatest catches here Miss Helen will entertain for her and for Misses Monarch and Mattingly of Owensboro I appreciate my invitation end will make that catch take me Our popular agent G H Casperko of the Henderson Route has sent me the special telling the Democratic alter nates delegates and visitors that it is tho best route possible to Kansas City It is a Kentucky route for Kentuckians Democrats I expect those denizens of the Kaw will expect every fellow to havo a gun or horns or claws from the way thepapers have writ us up during tho late unpleasantness W F Grinnell and D M Duncan come back from the city last week with their hats slightly burst in the band Well they had right good cause Will Douglas a Meade county boy now sporting editor of tho Courier Journal escorted them to the summer opera to see Beggar Student serving an elegant luncheon at tho close They enjoyed tho process and manipulation of turning off tho great Southern paper at tho mammoth CJ building as much as the opera and menu Dont be quick to condemn and stand every time for the woman assailed as long as possible A jealous man and a drinking man is not a responsible hu man being It may not be right to lie but it is according to acode ofhonor for a gentleman to lie to protect the name of a woman especially the mother of his children If just cause is given for a separation he can do so without hurling terrible accusations at her for print Tho sympathy of this community la with Mrs Ware whom it believes is n lady The Courier Journal in on editorial last Saturday on The Occasion and the Man gets desperate apd exclaims Oh for a man 1 that is one of the men of ye olden days when the word of a Ken tuckion passed current round the world A leader for Democracy is needed Mr Watteraon saysCIA bravo unselfish soul scorning tho bribery of pf icea Olaya Hardin aBreokonridgo Where is he7 Mr WAtte son asks to lead from darkness h1toUglitIIBcour tho woods for him ye Kentuokians I The Uth of Julyis close to hand yoI Kentucky Democrats so you had better bo bush whacking for the right fellow and whoa you find him bring ham in with nonpartisan written on his bnrwletfree ballot keep the police away from the poles that the voice of the peo pleshall be respected or else The light that failed will fail again All is bnstlo and preparation in the control city of the West In 1880 when Gould was making this city the centerof his railway operations one little thought Kansas City would over receive such a distinguished title The water supply was so bad that whisky drinking was considered a virtue no such excuse for Kentucky At that time not u single pleasing prospect was in store for it Kansas City had a boom onco upon a timo and it has gono on booming but still we remember crashes havo como in banks bankruptcy followed and for a long timo things were blue but pluck and western courage caused tho bad dream to pass away and those who survived tho wreck went ahead to assist in another boom Kansas City is entirely a material city aud literally unpoetic We would never think comparing it to Washing ton Now York Philadelphia or Boston but it has twico tho towering ambition and indomitable determination and vol canto energy that all these other cities put together pOSlleASliThe sweat of the brow has made her for no manna I from heaven has been rained down for her people But wheat lands oil iron salt all help to fill her coffers but labor must como too Such splendid schools with modern buildings and the standard systems of tho educational world1 Sho has a high class of daily newspapers Theres no fear of tho city not enter taining the great company to assemble July 4th for tho nomination of Demo cratic candidates for President and Vice I President Three months ago when tho great hall was destroyed byfire before tho flames had been subdued a new subscription was started Tim whole struo turn was built anew and it will hold fully twenty thousand people or more perhaps Critics pronounce it tho most perfectIf anything is perfect accord ing to old Noble Butler how can it be most perfectbuilding of its kind in all theso United States Well what is to bo the result of that great body already assembling The answer is not to be read in the stars but by every word that precdcdoth from Democrats and by a little reconstruction so all Democrats can get in the wagon Mr Joss Henderson of near hero is confined to his bed from a complication of trouble Ho is a great sufferer Mr Henderson was a schoolmato of mine way back in the fifties Ho has over been a man of sterling good qualities and a Christian Was It A Miracle The marvelous cure of Mrs Rena J Stout of Consumption has created intense excitement in Oammack Ind writes Marion Stuart a leading druggist of MuncIe Ind She only weighed 00 pounds when her doctor in Yorktown said she must soon die Then she began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and gained 37 pounds in weight and was completely cured It has cured thouI sands of hopeless cases and is positively guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest andI Lung diseases 60c and 100 Trial bottles free at Short do Haynes drug storeCANT LOAF AT- THB DRUG STORES The drug stores of this city haveI formed a combine among themselves They have mutually agreed to closo their respective places of business on Sunday in the morning from 8 to 10 oclock and afternoon from 2 to 4 oclock In case of emergency they will open to sell medicines between the closing hours by the presentation of a physi clans proscription Thoy have also agreed while performing pharmaceuti 1 cal duties to retail nothing but cf medicinesThe warm weather Is instru mental in bringing about this movement which will enable them to bo with their families part of tho Sabbath A gentleman recently cured of dyspep tie gave the following appropriate rend ering of Burns famous blessing Somo have meat and cannot eat and some have none and want it but we have meat andwe can eatKodol Dyspepsia I Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach disorders A Card Of Thanks We wish to express ourslncere thanks to our friends aqd neighbors for their kindness to us in our late bereavement MR JH MOOBUAK and FAMILY Paralysis Mrs J A Boyd a former resident of this place but now of Henderson suf fered a paralytic stroke Friday June 29 Her left side isperfectly helpless and her condition is serious AB Afternoons Cruise Orville T Skillman had the following charmingguests aboard the Marguerite for an afternoons cruise Friday Mrs George W Short Misses Florence Cot troll Ruth Haynes Fannie Smith GraceI Ferry Mary Jarboe and Margaret Skill man Messrs Fre lkDeHuy Jno A Harrison and James R Skillman OUWORI iQt Ckd tot Ent idea Bi t = 7- p BLOOD POISONI- n some case the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the diseaseIsswollen glands mucus patches In the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore IvebmwsIleaTe PotashMake Makewrecks WrecksNot back into the system cover it up fora while but it breaks out again in worse form These powerful minerals produce mercurialfrheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers causing the joints to sUllen aud finger nails to drop off Mercury and painSandInsteadeventhoughnew untried remedy an experience of nearly fifty years has proven It a sure and unfailing cure for this disease It Is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known JJI0I Myers too M 1 7ii Newark riJi asp I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which was In spots at first but afterwards mr body broke sores and it le easy to Imagine the euffering i enbured Before I became convinced sssdnetora ever this All correspondence is held in the most sacred THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA GA FRENCH COIN An Heirloom Recovered By J E Keith After A Period Of Thirty Three Years ENGRAVED BY SAM HEIST J E Keith senior member of the firm J E Keith Sons marble cutters is happy at the recovery of an old French coin an heirloom which has been out of his possession for thirty three years ThIs small piece of silver is dear to Mr Keith on account of family associations and he would be glad to trace its whereabouts while out of his hands Oil Thursday of last week Mr Emmett Gregory received from a small boy in payment for a few groceries a silver coin about the alas of a half dollar worn perfectly smooth and beautifully en graved with the name and date M E Heist July 14 1841 Mr Gregory made inquiries and found that it was the long lost property of Mrs J E Keith which bad disappeared from her home thirty three years ago When interviewed Mr Keith gladly gave the history of the coinIt is a piece of French money more than a hundred year old worth about fiftyfive cents and was found among the postoffice change by Sam Heist many years ago On account of his French parentage Mr Heist kept it as a souve nir and at the birth of his daughter Mrs J E Keith carved it with her name and birthday It is indented with I the marks of baby teeth as both Mrs Keith and her two oldest children made It useful during the teeth cutting period of their lives The letters on this charm are particularly graceful and are carved by an ex pert Mr Heist was an ingenious and painstaking man which traits have been transmitted to a number of his descendants They are possessed to a high ex tent by hIs grandson Clarence Keitb whose business gives ample scope for the development of his talents As engravers and workers in stone the Keiths stand at the head of their profession and Mr Clarence Keith especially has been greatly complimented on the grace and beauty of his letters For burns injuries piles and skin dis eases use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original Counterfeits may be offered Use only DeWitts A R Fisher GIBSON HOUSE The Mitchell Hotel has changed hands and Is now known as the Gibson House Mr Augustus Gibson who for years has been conducting a private boarding house in this city is the proprietor The house will be thoroughly renovated and the new landlord assures his patrons of the very best services TRIP TO HENDERSON Paymaster Bush Entertains A Party The Pay Train Friday The pay train which scatters sunshine and gold dollars from Louisville to Hen derson every month made its June visit here Thursday the 28th Paymaster 0 P Bush was aboard and with him besides the regular train force were his cousin John J Bush who represents a leading carriage factory of Lansing Mich Joseph Ooombs of the Auditors office and Master Frank Rowell Louis ville The party was joined here Friday by Miss Elizabeth Skillman Miss Nellie I Gregory and visitor Miss Irma Bailey Louisville Misses Bowmer and cousin Mies Sterett Dallas Texas Wee Lucile Sterett of Hawesvllle and Messrs Gary Applegate and Hale Dean Owenaboro completed the party to Henderson and returnMr Bush who is an attentive and de lighfal host and who II as popular with his friends as with the railroad spared no pains to make tthe day a happy one for his guestaall of whom enjoyed the trip to the tallest extent J i f i I n could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars which was really thrown away I then patent medicines but they did not reach the dtaeaee When I had 6ntshed my Snt S S S I was greatly Improved andwas d d with the result The large chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long dlaappear regained my llbt beCame stronger and my appetite Improved I WU lOOa entirely welland my skin r41 1 a piece of glass for our Home Treatment Book which contains valuable information about with complete directions for self treatment Our medical department is of physicians who have made a 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not muSt nit nyears rIalourla the ITut bolleddown hlt the nancn the head intheofAmerica statehavlagoveramtnloanda Any ONE of the BIGGLB BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL II YEARS remainderDOLLAr r oojDoot igot sad 1903 will be veal by to any address for A Sample of FARM JOURNAian- d circular describing DIOOLE BOOKS adial4wjI I JI I l NEWSOMS COLUMN Proposition to any man in Ken tucky to do the Ed 0 Leigh feat in drawing by lot for the Legislative Committee to decide the gubernatorial contest let The same number and pol itical ratio of ballots are to be used 2nd The ballots are to be placed ox and are to bo shaken and mixed each time by a disinterested party 3rd The one attempting the feat is to have 313 working days of 10 hours each 4th Should he one single time in the year draw out 19 Dm corals to 3 Republi carts he shall receive one thousand dollars ReLL NEWSOM LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd If headed by Commodore Sampson 163550 son of King Trenton 15615 the greatest prite winning Poland Chha hog ting r dead Commodore Sampson la a dupllcateo hlictle brated tire sad we can truthfully say without cawlog any reflection on Breckenrldg county that w near expected to see ar grand a bred hog or so And an Individual within her borders W sell no show records nut we can sell aged gilts bean ready for servkspdog and fan plg that win plsvon Chap for quality of stock can on or address O A FOOTE SON- Irviagtoa Ky Orrin Hardin was delivering his old crop of wheat to A L Oelxe Saturday He received 65 cent per bnahel Mercergmask Newsand OpinionsOP National Importance THE SUN rr- rr ALONE CONTAINS BOTHiiI Dally by mall 600 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 800 a year I The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In the world Price 5o a copy By mail 82 a year Address THE SUN New Yo- rkEstimates t r1yar Furnished on aU 1 High 1 Grade Printing iJi- JAt iJf this Office A GEO t YJewelryY insurance Den Policies foHeait money la Lute Fire Tor ado an Accident Insurance BRANDENBURG KY yr n 0 7 i J 5p4 Ir tl 1- I 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 1900 f + tBRECKEIIRIDGE NEWS aCa- ii Jno D 4 WG Bttitje Editor uA 7tprlitr e VRH or THANKS ITer rtlUM cUirei hr a lk ralet to cuU ref We OCIUAKIES d tee att the MU of i test erllae JIO EYIX ADTANC- LWEDNESDAY i JUhY 4 1X0 iC iCONE dollar entitles you to a guess at to be distributed GET down to hard thinking make n guess and send the NEWS 1100 TIlE local option contest will bo tried before the county commissioners here Saturday July 7 TUB battle cry of the Republican party is Prosperity and Expansion whil the Democrats are crying anti anti an everything THE debate at tho W 0 TU on War as a Civilizing and Christianizing Force proved an animated and interesting ono SEND inn dollar for the NEWS ono year and take a guess at the population of the United States No tolling you might be the lucky one i THUEE largo metal covered buildings of the cellulose factory at OWensboro were consumed by fire Monday night The loss was great but was fully covered by Insurance THE Cannelton Enquirer ono of tho best county papers in Indiana has recently celebrated its 48th birthday Wo congratulate Perry county on tho possession of this strong weekly and hope for it another half century of prosperity HAVENT you a friend to whom you can send the News during tho coming campaign It will ba a campaign of profound interest to tail and it is our object to deal fairly and honestly with both sides You want lice news and there is only ono way to get it and that is to take the county paper giving the completes report THE situation at Pekin is growing des pcrato tho legations are besieged and the provisions nearly exhausted Pekin holds 20000 Chinese soldiers with 80000 on tho outskirts Tho allied forces are not advancing to tho relief of Pekin and n terrible tragedy Is expected as tho revolutionists have full control Admiral Keinpff says that the only bright spot in tho condition of affairs Lii the failure of tho southern provinces to recognize Prince Tuan who has usurped control at Puldu and has formed a separate con federacy This may Possibly simplify matters for the allied forces TilE Lwvisport chair factory is one of the industries in this section of which the state may be justly proud Its machinery is the bust for tho purpose and the dryhouse forstcniniug the material is well constructed When in good working order tho plant employing nero than fifteen men will rival any factory of its capacity in the number of chairs turned out daily Tho BUCCCSH of this venture in our neighboring town should encourage us to some effort to bring about a like result in our own community Tins is the week of jiraycr set apart by the Bishop of the Methodist church to pray for a genuine and general revival of religion in their ranks While this strong qnd spiritual body is pleading for fresh nail abundant showers of blessings It is probable that a special stream of rain drops will bo invoked to full on the head of ono of their illustrious members just enough to convert him to an activo belief in the efficacy of the cold water treatment for soldier boys Saxiton WxuxttTniado 4he greatest speech at tho Philadelphia convention lECTtrock tho keynote of the campaign when ho wild Uuitodfyprwod of the achievements of the jlastfoiir years our country prosperous and happy with nothing to regret and imufjlit to make ns ashamed This means something to the American people Wo like to seo parties as well as men stand for some thing bo something do something and bo proud of it Wo have no use for either parties or men that aro everlastingly kicking u TUB NEWS man had occasion to go in to tho neighborhood of Nortons Valley a few days since and the condition of tIlt crops there is fair notwithstanding the heavy rains during the past month Tho country is hilly and broken but It- 4s n fact that the fanners around there mnko a good living nil tho time and Homo years come out a little ahead Their wives go into the fields if necess ary and they vrcawond spin anti cliqii and mnko butter and many other things Weaw a llltlo boy eleven yearn old who bound nil of his fathers wheat These nids to the farmer in imxlcrnto circumstances count in the end These folks pay thctr taxes as do other ppoplo and they complain of the road tax bo cacao thoy say no work has lbeen ftono ou iho Norton hill which is in a bad condition amides three quarters of u mile long V SVWiiAT did Bryan sty to nillt Ask Woodson Tits BKECKENRIDOE NEWS office will be closed this morning hfter 8 oclock THE semiannual statement of the Brcckinridgo Bank which appears Jiin this issue shows a steadily Increasing business The deposits are greater thl half year than during tho proceeding six mouths and the general business of the bank has an encouraging outlook A NEW five dollar certificate has mode its appearance and is to take the place of tho old five A largo typical Indian head in tho center with a blue seal and a largo letter V with tho word Five also in blue is a feature of iIt The design is quite artistic TIlE contract for the distribution of 25000 offered by tho BKECKHNRIDQ NEWS doesnt last forever No tollinj a dollar forwarded and your guess migl be the means of obtaining a small for tune It is bonaflde and you hav identically tho same opportunity for tho prize as others This is a great offering and dont let it pass AFTER a fiftysix days war between labor and capitol the St Louis strike has been declared off with a compromise Tho same schedule of wages is in force but the men will be allowed to join any unidnthey desire committees of which S illbo recognized by the employees All old employees except thoso who are still on the war path will be reinstated ns tho vacancies occurIA DIG delegation of people will bo leaving their respective towns to day to par take of the merriment nnd festivities of Pored by other towns Clovorport has failed to recognize the celebration of the memorable Fourth consequently her people are seeking other places to spend the day Hardinsbnrg will don her self in all colors of the rainbow and n largo crowd is expected All railroad have offered low rates so that ovcryont can take a trip to some distant point A DESIUE and determination to respect the wishes of their leader W J Bryan animates and controls the arriving delegates to the convention at Kansas City air Bryan stands on an nncomproniisinf platformthe 10 to 1 Chicago article end ho will mako the same demand of his running mate Ho has not been tmp IIll into naming his colleague hence the doubt in tho minds of his followers as tto the manner of procedure Tho endorsement of tho Nebraska delegation hai treugtheucd the chances of Towno of Minnesota Many delegates declare hcmsclvcs in favor of a New York mm gut the majority want the man Bryan wants A few more days and the suspense will bo ended and McKinley nUll Roosevelt will know the enemy ACTIXO upon the instructions of the Stato Central Committee of the People1 arty in session nt Louisville May 31st nr State convention of tho Peoples party has lbeen called to meet in Louisville August 1 for tho purpose of nom Hating n candidate for Governor of Centucky reorganizing tho State com iltteo and attending to any busfnos which may properly come before a Stato convention Caucuses of delegates from tho various congressional districts will be held on the right of July 31 at which shall bo selected a member of the Committee on credentials nnd of the ommitteo on Resolutions All whore willing to join in tho grand crusadi for fair elections and for the establishment of the system of direct legislation selfgovernment by the people are urged to attend and take part in thq State convention at Louisville August 1 DEGATUn ILLINOIS The NEWS and its bettor half had the casuro of visiting friends in Decatur Ill1 last week where we met a royal and hearty welcome from our host and hos ssjMr nnd Mrs It J3Clary Wo over pall a inoro enjoyable trip It was our first rsigfit of tins Jjreat fertile and ro roaivostate and its hospitable 10 Ille A dayilightirido from St Louis to Decatur via Springfield over ono of the best roads in tho country tho I 0 gave us n glimpse of ono of tho most fertile nud beautiful plains it has over been our leasuro to see Along tho lino of this rood aro vast com and wheat fluid witb nn occasional lumji of trees to break tbe monotony mid give enchantment to tbo view Decatur is a lovely city of 30000 souls Itt fan city of beautiful homes and a l ospltablo people Brick and asphalt over every street and beautiful lawns lulIl flower gardens greet you at every homo No yard fences appear to shut out etinty anti genuine Kentucky hospital ty meets you at every door Every yard stands open anti bids you coiuo in Scully nnd truly we fell in love with lecntnr and its people v There are n number of Kentuekian in Dec tur They are nil prosperous well to do citizens They liavont forgotten thleir old Kentucky homq and Ijn from xntucky is nil tltq recommendation you need These Icutuckiaii3 nr morig tlio barbers the merchants tho iwycrs fho doctors Jho mechanics and the fanners tied aro standing right attllo- top notch Wo had tho pleasure ofmeet ing Dr Leo who was born in this town way back in tho forties Ho said ho went to school to John Holmes with Bill Smart Ed Ogleabyt Allen Murray Henry Ucad and a number of others of that day and time It was just u little further back than wq could roincrnbe infact it was before our lay so wu hid lost sight of the doctor Thu pxtor has made n fortune there in his praoti and has re ired Ho is a genial gentleman and our chat with him was quite pleasant and carried us back to days that we had almost lost sight of The occasion of onr visit was to rit ness the marriage of our brotherlnla Mr John T Ditto to Miss Emily Starr Hamshfcr one of Dccatnrjs bright and handsome young women in whom ware much pleased and whom wo rill gladly welcome to Kentucky THE GENIAL HOST Mr Ridgely Cayce has This Position On The Democratic Special Tho Henderson Route which has among its officials a number of clove gentlemen has none more genial IUld whole fconlcd than tho assistant secrotat to President Attilla Cox Mr Ridgol Oayco His selection as special host and as dispenser of the good things with which tho Democratic Special is lade was a wise ono for no ono is more suite to this happy task or more certain to play tho agreeable host than our friend Mr Cayce David Owen Hall The home of Mr and Mrs Charles Hall was brightened early Friday morn ing by the arrival of a fine boy Both mother and child are doing well Th young fellow has been given the pretty name of David Owen Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they canno reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of tho mucous lining of the Eusta chian Tube When this tube pets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect nearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the Inflammation canto taken out and this tube restored to its normalcon dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cows out of ten are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but an infiamei condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CIIENEY Co Toledo 0 tbY Sold by Druggists 75tr- I a Iu Family Tills are the bee- tBEWLEYVILLE Weather pleasant General health excellent Plenty of cherries and dewberries Philip Walker is at Garnottsvillo The Ml1IlOnio Fraternity mot Satur lay night Ray Keith has returned from a visit toi Missouri Miss Florence Cain was nt Irvington Saturday and Sunday Sam Brown Rlnggold of Lonsville is visiting Hubert and Joe Piggott Miss Alma Orcndorf is visiting Miss Ollie Payno sinco Childrens Day Miss Susie Bewlcy of Kentaville Mob a guest of her uncle W W Keith The Tula Daniel Missionary Society was organized Monday with twelve members Mrs John Prakes nnd daughter and Miss Ada Brown recently visited Miss Lena Drury Mrs Clms Drury and daughter after ipeudinga month visiting relatives at uorrolltou have returned home Mr C Bensley of Florida has been visiting friends about hero Ho is an oxsoldier and came to attend tho Ro unionMr Thigh Hardaway and Miss Eva 3nrrignn of Guston attended tho Sunday School convention at Big Spring Saturday Juno 20th Rev A H Davis and wife of Har linsburg were guests of Mr and Mrs Piggott Sunday Bro Davis preached- an excclloit sermon Sunday morning Mrs John Shumate wino has boon ill since tho 11niof January died at her iouieSnt4iy morning July Jstt at 3 oclock She leaves her husband two little girls and many friends to feel the loss of her presence Her remains were Interred in tho Big Spring cemetery MondayMrs G YWikon wife of Rev G Y Wilson of the Louisville Conference hits raised 200for the education of a Chinese convert wino ia to be educated for tlie ministry Ho is to bo named lease L Murrcll in honor of Rev Jesse L MurrellPrcsiding Elder of tio Col inibla District jjni Wifcon brought Jio first installment toliho recent mcot ngatTronton A fireyaartold uoy who could not keep awake IhriMipli A long sermon udilfnly liccaraoj wide awake and nllclnc that tlo minister was ttlll preaching inquired Motheri it this itnday or dbxtuudayBaptist Ar gus s Im Ashamed To go anywhere with my face in this condition is the expression of a very natural feeling To a beautiful woman an eruption on the face is the greatest of calamities hirf Very beauty seeming to increase the disfigurement Ninety eight times in every hundred Medicalare cured by Dr Tierces Golden the skin recovers its Discovernhd and softness Golden Medical Discovery Isa medicine which acts directly on the blood purifying it increasing its quantity and its rich ness Eruptions blotches pimples etc are btat surface signs of the corrupt blood current underneath Discovery cleanses the blood and BO cleanses the skin a1or about one rear and a ballmrrace wu very badly brokta out Adam or zi6 west Main SL Italtteereek Miek I pent a great deal of money with doctors sad for different klndk of medicine but received ns benefit At last I read one of your advertise menu and obtained a bottle of Dr Fierce Golden Medical Discovery Defore I had lake one bottle of thUjncdldne I noticed a change and after taklnr three bottles I was entirely cured Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets keep Uu bowels in healthy condition JUNE EXAMINATION Fortytwo Breckenrldge County People Become Licensed- Teachers Misses Amelia Harned Lou Payne Ada Henl rson La Gardner Linme Beard Heen Tate Nellie Cashmin Z l ma Lay Mary L Smith Maude Noblett Lena Hayes Fannie Gasacock Mrs Alice B May Sue H Mercer Misses Mary Mattingly Rose Haffey Lula Rhodes Hannah Pile Rena Pulllam Mary M Jarboo Arrie Robertson MWISM W D Spraillin II J Roberts E B Gr oawell Tics McCoy C W Craycroft Leonard Furrow Claude Lamptor R 0 Penlc V D Roberta Lewis W Ditto Ira Weatherfonl Ruth ford Baatmni T J Glasscock Jesse U Pyne A R Whalen R W Mendnr Clifton Payne H F Matthews E C demons Arthur Moxley and Eli Mox- Ie Number who rec ivm It claw 8 Nnmlmr who received 2nd class 26 Number who received 3rd class 8 Number that failed 10 Total on examination 63 TOBINSPORT IND s Owen Champion Derby Ind was hero Saturday and Sunday Messrs Levi Winchcll Tobinsport and Smith Waggoner lutes Run returned last Wednesday from a visit to OklahomaMiss Garrett Louisville is the guest of Miss Ida Taylor Miss Lydia Frank Cannelton was tho guest of relatives hero Sunday John Esaroy and wife went to Can nolton Sunday Wheat harvest is just about over Much of tho grain is damaged owing to tho unfavorablo conditions of weathert John Huff and his sisters Mollie and Mattio Cloverport attended tho Chris tian Endeavor social hero Saturday even ing 11111 Groves and fondly of Christ ney mud wore the guests of Mrs Groves parents Mr and Mrs A J Frank Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bernice Allen Louisville who has boon visiting her parents Mr nnd Mrs C 0 Whitehead returned home last Monday FGCORSETSMAK- EAMERICAN BEAUTIES ua FCCORSETS Made in all Iht newest models and leaders in sttfctly exclusive designs forIgenuine cosset worhr nul Jon our illustratedJriu list- AAL4MzooJ CORSET C-Ot Sots Afaltrt halamaita jiflct For sob iy SAMUEL SULZER C loverport Ky The above is a representation of one of Oloverports brightest and most fasci nating yonugladies caught at tho pbom early yesterday morning endeavoring talk to a friend of hers Miss A is blessed with undue patience and all else thats required to mako a captivating young lady She remained nt tho phono some timebeforo the partywith whom she wished to converse conldbe reached Suddenly and deeper ately the receiver fell and from her lips came these words You dont hav to talk thcro aro others The young girl in question was using the phone of one of this towns largest emporiums where precious stones such as diamonds rubles sapphires and emeralds await a customer There were several young men of the 400 brigade taking life easy in comfortable chairs in tho rear of tho store and the presumption is she was trying to perfect an en gagement with one of tho masculine sox as the elites have renewed their alleg girlsThis cy to delay a matter of this kind How ever the out is an injustice in many ways to the young lady in point of per sonal appearance still it gives an idea of how they use the phone Prize Eating Contest They had an eating contest the other night at Pin Hookschoolhouse Who won Bun Splutters he ato nine head of cabbage Didnt it make him sick No lIe just took a spoonful of Dr Caldwellfl Syrup Pepaiu That prevents Stomach Trouble of any kind they sav At Short Hayoen OAK GROVE Willie Coon is haying chills Wet weather and poor crops D B Awan was in Deaufhld last weekMiss Ada McIntosh of Lyonia is here for a Itw weeks Mrs N A Hardin was in Cbveroort Friday chopping Miss Birdie Moorman of Oweneborois visiting friends here Richard Hardin find L Obencbain Bjent Sunday at Floral A T Spreyone the picture man Is doing good work here Ollie Jackson is visiting his parents in Ohio county this week Try again Dukes We are always clad to hear from you John Taylor and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Lyonia Hereafter these items will be headed Weber instead of Oak Grove llea0rertallwfiI I wer the nuesti of J L drown and family The ice cream topper at Uurb6rt Sat urday night was a success Tom Thorp of Dale Ind was here With friends a few days last week 0 P Moorman and wife visited Mrs Oliver Brown of Chambers last week Jamea Carmlchael and wife of Pates vlllo spent Sunday with W L Hardin and family The now post officII nt Hardins store will be called Weber J R Hardin will bo the postmaster Mr Willctt and eon of Cloverport gave Mr T U Browns house a nice coat of paint last week GARRETT Mrs Dlok Brown is on the sick list Every onois expecting a grand timo todayEd Patton is the guest of Will Funk this week D S Roberts and family spent Sunday at Mrs Burchs- DrMiles and family wore the guests sf his father Sunday Ed Tindall spent Sunday with Rich ard Adams rind family Harry Harrington spent Saturday and jrindaywith 1parents Dora Funk wont to Qamottsvillo Bat turday to stay a few days J T Collins and family were the jiiostq of his father last Sunday I Dr Miles aMended tho medical moot lug at Brandenburg thursday Mrs W BMattingV wont to Bran denburgTuesdayto attend the burial of her father 4 == i AT SiPPELS u- pI ===L SUOE 4 u v SENSATION Putting two stocks into ono caused us to have too many Ladles Tan Goods on hand Now we in tend to dispose of them at short notice and make room for our winter line The shoes quoted include such wellknown brands as Drew Selby Co Sachs Shoe Co Peters Shoe Co and Krohn Fochheimer Oormakerskof Ladies Fine Shoes These are the pric t 7- All and stylesILadies 300 Tan Shoes reduced to 225 All Ladies 275 Tan Shoes reduced to 200 All Ladies 250 Tan Shoes reduced to 175 All Ladies 200 Tan Shoes reduced to 1 50 j All Ladies 200 Tan Oxfords reduced to 8I5O All Ladies 175 Tan Oxfords reduced to 125 All Ladies 150 Tan Oxfords reduced to 1- Now i dont Wait until all the good things aretak en and then say we did not wam you in time iRe tuberthe early comers get the pick ofthe line CASH ONLY CASH ONLY t THE FAIR II i Cloverports Leading Oneprice House j Grocery Department Connected r FORDSVILLE 0Clydie Mathis Is on the sick list OlUo Wilson is going to have a largo hardware store built back of his store Tho ladies of tho Methodist church gave on ice cream supper last Saturday night Mrs Aurora Storms has arrived home after a trip to Beavordam and other places Tho annex to the Baptist church makes a great improvement as does the elevated floor The pupils of Prof Godseys school are working hard to mako tho enter tainment to be given Tuesday night oft success The children and teachers of the Baptist SundaySchool are going to take an outing on the 11th at thoFalls Our lit tlo folks look forward with joyful an ticipation to this annual picnic They have not forgotten the little ponies and tho good time they Had up there last yearOn last Monday morning Annie Rush the ten year old daughter of Don Rush while on the way home from a neighbors house was overtaken and very seriously bitten on both legs by a vicious dog Dr MnthowB pronounced tho wounds not dangerous provided proper care was taken to prevent blood poison Tho dog wasehot by Alfred Mitchell I Sam Heist at Cape Nome j Mrs M J Heist yesterday received a letter from her son Sam A Heist who is onrouto to the gold fields of Capo Nome The letter is dated Juno 8tl off Dutch Harbor and states that there aro 700 passengers on board and that the good ship Centennial has made a safe voyage of 2000 miles The writer fur timer says that them are twenty ships in the harbor each having about 400 per sons on board Sam says that Nome is a fonr or five days trip from Dutch liar bor His health ho states is good Ilnderson Gleaner i w It has been demonstrated by esperi enco that consmption can be prevented by thooarly use of One Minute Cough dare This is tho Javorito remedy jar coughc colds croup asthma grippe and e all throat and lung troubles Cures qulcklyA R Fisher 7I A Bargain Jt 1 Two Bay Mules 16j hands high weighing 1100 pounds each Broke to work 7 arid 8 years old fcii soil at a reasonable figure t iWtJames Masterson ICloverport Ky 7 iui i 4 r Sendus your order jTHIS PAPER YEAR 1J JP INALPAY PAPEN1AT o- We i- o want to get 1000 SubscriberlIto cot paper by New Years and are golof iaAo it if we can toe therefor gostfrre jp i arrangement with the Farm JoafBiiSft rWwblc12 rbothoffer toallold subegiberskliowli psy all arrearage and ea earJlpsiieswYou know what ourper1i tbs Farm Journal a ge =praetf groeelveit cleachonee ueefu rrIfuttimpcn full of r an mmenwcirealatioaamoogIlia lest people pydry whete TouauwhttoIrkeJH noncet WefjHe going to s ml yon soo a mfmr re1teedIetitepeah y i tf 4 r13 r SS c k a I x 3y THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 4 l1900 5iIJI Save Your Money II pneboxpf Tutts Pills will save I billsII t They willsurety cureall iseascs ofthe stomach liver or bowels r I f No Reckless Assertion I c For sick headachc dyspepsia I malaria constipation and bilk I tssamillionpeopleendorseii p TUTS h 4 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1000 r ta tatatsta Tk News iin Brief J-S3M444 4444 4444 4444- a Pans Fans Fans nt Sulzors- CC Hale1nf1i was iti town Friday A beautiful line of corsets at Snlzors D U Sevdra was In Owensboro FrI day You can get a corset to suit you at Snlzeri James Masteson went to Stepbensport yesterday l W E Minor ofAddlson was in the Y city last week Mre Mike Hamman was at Addlson last FridayI V Jeeee Moorman left Sunday evening Ii foOwensboroI rgan Fountaine ol Addison was in town tSaturday Mrs J H Willett who has been sick is convalescent c John Durka waa here Saturday en route to Addison Mr Glint Murray Rockport Ind was Iin town Saturday I Harry Hamman who has had malaria fever is out again Miss Nona Perriito is visltlDjr relatives at Stephenspor- ti Hon W E Minor of Holts wu in 1 rt town last wook It l A iMrs J S Mattingly who has had a severe attack of flux is much better j Oommlteloner Brown and Will Hook r of Hardlnsburg were in town last week ThA Battleship Oregon is on a rock in tin Gulf of Pechile with holes in her la hullAndlewSevers fireman of the Hen deraon route branch spent Sunday J here a Louis Skillmanthe ten months old boy of Mr and Mrs A B Skillman Jr is quite sick- Misses Mayme Poff and Mayme Trick of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs J H Wills t Mr and Mrs John D BabbaKe and- S Sauabter Mildred returned from De eatur III Saturday i Rev Robert AV Browder of Bowling rGreent is at his home in Logan county in precarioui condition Waldo Simods Conrad Simons and a 0a Wbitehead represented Tobinsport a In this city Saturday t 7pMrs George Bentley of Hawesville IandMrs Malcolm Bnllitt of Louisville spent Monday in the city Reports come that Rev Francis Clark r founder oMbe Christian Endeavor So 1 1clew iis in great danger in China Thomas L Caley went to Owenaboro Sunday evening to be at the bedside of r 3- if ibis brotherinlaw who is very Ill of tv if jihold fever e yMftitty Gpodln an pld negro woman h beqone I has recently cut lour new teeth 1 + A leather concern under hit title name iofthe United States Leather Company d Jiaa begun the erection of an immenee i rk extract plant at Big Stone Gap fyr v lion Lillard H Carter of Anderson I StateIy Beckham attends the Kansas City Oon- veRtlon Business reasons prevented Hon I Asher G Oaruth from servinat as County r Election Commissioner of Jeff reon- II I r county He has notLOra the State Elec n f tlon CommlBflion Frankfort K Miseea CordeVia and Mayme Oashman i t of TJnlon Star who hare been the guests c t offMr and Mrs A L Howard and Mr and Mrs William Hawkins returned home last Wednesday President ftnff Mrs McKInley arrived 1 1 at their Canton Ohio home Saturday t A moment after reaching his home be was on his porch in response tto calls r from large crowd The campaign of r yry yr00wsarttmrtptlL5w framkiln 0anloti rngA 5f t Nariinji Mothers dreid hot weather They I knovr towit weakens and I r ho i babyAlh II- l t lt ltgjvestndl1altcshelbys jr pore abundant i a 5eaM141drugou Hot 1t pathQr f J tSu1ters A large selection of Lawns at Sulzers A pretty selection of lands can be seen at SppeleJ p Jr spent Tuesday In Lou isville W J D moe of Glondcane was in the city Saturday Frali i Matttngly of Offunnboro spent Sunday in the city I D llretbuar spent Sunday with his wlatur at Yvlvinclou S H Porter arid family ot Patesvllle were here last weok Jo Seymour and family were guests at the Tar Spring Suuday Miss Lula Cries has returned from a visit to friends at Evansville Col Washington Holt and wife off Holts were in town Saturday DuRelle Fairlelgh arrived Monday to visit his aunt Mrs J D Babbage 0 M Bullitt and Geo Bentley off HawetiYilla were in town Sunday DrJT Owen and daughter Mi Lute ppent Sunday at the Tar Springs A B Linder went to Dundee Tues day as tho guest of Dr T D Renfrow Miss Spicle Bavln Is spending a week with her sister Mrs Sam Rice at Victoria Miss Dora Berry was the guest of Henderson relatives a few days last week Alias Mamie DeHaven returned last week from a visit to her brother in Lo Isville Mrs Lottie Morgan and Miss AnnaL Jones of Patesville were in town one day last week Claude Mercer and Miss Llta Ford oft Hardlnsburg spent a day in HawesvilleI last week Miss Bessie Jarboe left Monday to spend two weeks with her grandmother at Skillman J Miss Mary Moorman is thegnestof her aunt Mfs Jim Moorman at the Tar Springs this week Mrs Elizabeth Gordon of Oannelton spent Sunday here the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles May Dr T D Renfrew and family left yesterday for Dundee to spend a week with relatives and friends Queen ollvfs stuffed with Spanish sweet peppers the most palatble goods on the market at SIpprls F W Fraize 0 B Skillman and J B Pace Jr went to Hawesville Monday night returning on the packet I ICharley Hawley of Birmingham Ala and Miss Ethel Williams of Hawesville were here Sunday evening Charles A Towne wants to be Bryans running mate He save hes a Democra and stood on the platform of 06 Mlsa Eula Miller of near Hardinsbuig arrived last week to be the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Forest Lightfoot Mrs M Hennen and Oapt Frank Lander of Hawfsville were here Friday to attend Mrs Alex Boyd funeral Miss Exie Wilson who has been visit ing Mr and Mrs C B Wilson returned to her homo at Bowloyvillo Tuesday Mr and Mr+ Tom Bur who spent last week with Mr and Mrs P Wing rt re turned to their home at Henderson Fri dayMieaNona Johnson of Bowling Green Is the guest of Mr and Mrs George Lyd dan at Mt Maple Stock farm near Irv Ington The Infant child of Mr Daniel Dick died Thursday and was buried beside its mother in the Tinius graveyard Friday afternoon Mr Jesse Henderson died at Brandenburg Sunday July let and was burled In the Brandenburg cemetery Monday July 2nd RM Watben and wife and Mrs Dougl s Cox andllttle daughter Neta of Louisville are visiting friends at Han dinsburg What brand of coffee are you using 1 Li it satisfactory 11f nott try Padana Java the best roasted coffee on the market at Sippets Master Everett and Charlie Zirckel of Louiavillrt who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Solbrig returned home Saturday JHea Lily Mayo a popular and attract tlve young lady of Anchorage arrived Monday night to be the guest of Miss Nellie Gregory William Vessels of Owensboro was in I town Saturday IIi had been to Glen dnane to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Joe Haltingly i Mr Fred DeHuy oltbisclty left Monday via the Henderson route special for Kansas City Mo He goes to spend a few days with his relatives John Pulllam went to Hardinsburg Saturday Mr Pulllam has moved hisefamily to town and will occupy part of Mra Allen Mjrphys residence in thealower portion of town Mm Addle Bond and children Sheldon Nellie Hazel Etbray and Johnson of Ekronarrive today to be the guest of Mr and Mrs JSJ8 VVeatherholtatid Mi mad Mrs Joe Seymour Benjamin F Shiveiey of South Bend Ind goraio the DmocraUo National Convention whph convenes at Kansas City blor with a strong following for second place on the National ticket Ire is one of the most popular politiciansl in the Hooftler liters Linen suits for sale at Bulzors Pure confectioneries at Sippets- Crfla DdlInven of Holt was in townI Sunday QUnses per set from 20 canto to 75 cents at Sippets- 8ippl carries a complete line of Heinz bulk and bottle goods Dr 0 ECox of Oinnrlton was at Stopheneport Monday Miss Mary Sipped is the sneer of Miss Salllfi 8w got of 0 ffenaboro Send 100 to the NEWS and take a chance at our 25000 distribution Saturdaysto visit relatives In Butler county Wash set three pieces decorated or plain goods values from 100 to 125 SchullI Haswell went to Hardineburg yesterday to spend the 4th with relatives George R May Cannelton was a guest of the Misses May Thursday eve ping DuKellt Fairlelgh of Louisville was a passenger on the train to Owensboro Monday seMiss Elizabeth Bowmer Is in Mender son this week the guest of Mr and Mrs 0 H Hanson Miss Belle Bruce Boyd sPlint Tuesday in Hawesville with her grandmother Mrs M Hennen Mrs Alexander Hamilton of Cannel ton was the guest of Mrs Mottle Hambleton Sunday Three hundred people were aboard the Henderson route special invent MonL 0 Pine B 0 fireman out off Cincinnati is spending the 4th with his father at this place The W 0 T U will give a moonlight picnic at the surburban home of Mrs P D Plank Monday night July 0 Re frtsbmentl ice cream and cake Urey Woodson has made a bravo fight for Bryan He In closer to him than any politician in Kentucky and if the lightning should happen to strike Mr Bryan and land him in tho Prcsi dentschalr Uroy will bo right up near tho throne ABRAM S HEWITT ON BRYAN His Uncompromising Rejection Of TIle Silver Candidate And His Rea sons For It The attitude of uncompromising re jection of William J Bryan with or without 10 to 1 expressed yesterday in his newspaper by ex Secretary of Agri culture J Sterling Morton is also the attitude of one of the eminent Eastern Gold Democrats Abram S Hewitt Mr Hewitt is opposed to Mr Bryan for the reason that the latter utterly tailed to comprehend the nature of this Govern ment A man who denounced as government by injunction the performance by the judiciary of the duty imposed upon it by the Constitutional law of the land who denounced the Supreme Court the bulwarkIf liberty and order who sought to overthrow the judiciary of the coun try was a man too limited in under standing and too vlolentin impulse tobe intrusted with the great office of Presi dent The American conception of govern ment has been liberty regulated by law the Bryan notion was despotism regu lated by anarchy As to Mr Bryans acceptability on ImperlpllsmMrreality there was no issue in this country between imperialism and antiim perialism To this effect tiff had just been writing to a friend England It was simply a case of having the wolf by the ear and not being able to let go He would like some one to show us how to let go He would gladly see snch a solution But It appeared entirely im practicable if not impossible He did not believe that the Adminis tration had desired the Philippines or lad consciously entered upon a course of graduallyforcedrents of events which could neither be foreseen nor resisted In similar union without desire or purpose we were sue taming part in an armed conflict In China the outcome of which no mortal Jbnld foresee Only it was clear that the power must establish there a stable government and it was quite within the probabilities that the United States would bi compelled to bear an active sLare in its maintenance Wirhout Invoking imperialism the United States however reluctantly might be drawn into itjjy world movements whichever produced most unexpected results for none could keep this country within bard and fast lines As to Bryans antitrust platform the trust too was a necessary combination and development the remedy for whose vils he had in 1800 pointed but in the following words Publicity inspection nd discussion are the safeguards which the public can apply in prder to correct abuses and avoid conflicts and disastrous losses Evening Post ry CASTOR IIAP- ar Infants and Children Tki Kind You Nary Always Bought dears the- 6lgnaturo of s If0 REMEDY 1QDALS PERUNA 80 TIE WOKIVi ALL SA7 WlU Wymar- Ilia Sinnott Wyrn r teacher in the Richmond school Oh1es o m wrt the following letter to Dr Hartman r girding Perun Sbs Ta Omly those who hare ittCsred u I have know what a blotting it la to 1be able find relief in Perna This hM bMo my experience A friend in need It friend Indeed and every bottle of Pomo na I ever bought proved a good friend to VTyntarMr UM North writeIrnowtUevery thing to me I hare UkeasrrerU oomplaJaIamln eIfemergencies pe ovllar to women caused by pelvis catarrh AddroM Dr Hartman Columbus 01 for a free book for women onty QUARTERLY REPOR- TBRECKINRIDGE BANK CLOVERPORT KY At the cote of buslneu an the 3oth day of Jane 190- 0RESOURCES Loan and discount less loam 6iijLoamIncluded 15415- 0Lrtooncer t 610916 OverdralU uniecnred a9o14- Due root National bunks 4859867 Due Irom tale banks and bankers 094914 6954581 Banking house and lot 300000 Other real estate HS1193 Other tocks and bond 5001148 Specie 1071000 Currency i 8 87j7 1900797 Iumlture and Fixtures 00000 Debts In suit 1 ts8967- Stamp Account Internal lletcnne 00000 L1An1LiTIR3I14oS e9 iSt00Snrplusfund ao Undivided profits 534J7 Due depositors a follows vial Deposits subject to chrck on which tuttrest IIs not paid 8791134 Time certificates of deposit ton which Interest1Is paid 11545907 IJ8MI Unpaid Dividend 135309 Fund to pay Taxes 101641 J1I400STATIICounty of llreckinrhige I S5 A B Skillman cashier of Brecklnrldge Sank a bank located and doing business on Wall Street In the city ol Clorerport In said county being duly sworn say that the foregoing report IIs In all reo spectsatruet statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1900 to the best oi his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bnlc has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere i and that the above report b made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1900 u the day on which such report shall beraade A 11 SKILLMAN Cashier V H DOWIIU DirectorOTSlCtLLMANJ Subscribed and sworn to before me by A D Skillman cashier the sd day of July 1900- CIIAI B SKILLUAN N P B C Commission expires Jan so 1904 A Sunday Quest Mrs Loring of St Louis nee Miss Irene Nowsom of this place and little daughter Annie Dugger wero tho guests of friends and relatives hero Sun day Sho has been for several weeks visiting hor sister Mrs Frank Boyd at Owonsboro BLOOD POISON CTJEEJJ BY B B B Bottlo Sent Pee to Sufferers Deepseated obstjnate cases the kind that has resisted doctors hot sprf 1g pat ent medicine treatment quickly yield to B B B Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years B B B hats cured such indications OB mucous patches in the mouth sore throat eVup tions eating sorer bone pains itching skin swollen glandf stiff joints copper colored spots chancres ulceration of the body and in hundredscases where the hair and eyebroWS have fallen out and the whole skin was a mass of boils pim ples and ulcersthis wonderful Boeclflc hits completely changed the whole body in to a clean perfectcondition free from eruptions and ekm smooth with tho glow of perfect health B B B srthe only known perfect cure for blood pole onBo sufferers may teat B B Band know for themselves It cures a trial hot tle will be sent free ot charge D B B for sale by druggists at SI per Jarge bottle or 0 large bottles full treatment g5 For trial bottle address BLOOD BALM 00316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga bt- fdefWNTS i Advertisements inserted under this head at th rate of one cent a word each Insertion FOR 8ALEKES1DBKE i TOOK SALE Mis James G Stephtus baautifjlI a home of 31 acres at Addison Ilrrikenridge This plane ovtrhOk the Odo iver I and i IIiin light of the L H tSt b R R ctpot I with a river lending nearby The residence a modern twostory douse llh S cuebuildirg j I ltlKOOt ing tree the otherioo DIng lien Davis trees tliat laieIneardI Ii peach plums pem rupberries And hawbe- rrlu Tim house Is approached through an anueII o choice forest trees The land Is lenii e- pfclally I suite togarden purptse The place I r only twp hmnrldefrom Louisville Owrnsboro addrees7115JAh1ESUSTEPII I FOR SALEHOLES 011 SAIETwo work muetHERUEUT KyteaASTRAY NOTI- CEASTRAYA brown Muliy cow about 8 yesrs hallf0I claim propet and pay for thin adverthcment JAMES TINDAIL STRAYED OR STOLEN STRAYED OR STOIENFrom my premisesi on the third Sunday In May letI rlghlhipNICHOLT i STRAYED OR 8TOUSCOW TltAYKU OR STOLEN On the 10Ji o- Jfie cae mach cow seven years old Color dark brown and molle Owner MKS W S lleavln WANTEDA GOOD COOK IfWWAKTEDYOUNO SEN ANTED Youni men with iilr education TeleltrphyltaUrodI dorsed by all leading railway companies as the only perfect and reliable Institution or Its kind All our graduates Ie assisted to positions Ladles also admitted Write for free catalogue FallI term opens August iSlhJ GLODETELEGKAIH COLLEGE Lexington Ky LEGAL BLANKS J anid t DUE NEWS OFFICE TUITION MraUoniColleC1Louisville Apply t- I 0n llltECKENKIDGKI NKWS OFFICE FOR SALE ENGINES FOR SLDTwo 20 horse power englnei 3O horse power boller Complete np- Ile brandy or whiskey distillery 2 worms 2 itllli corn meal millt and shelter one thirty three Inch threshing machine and automatic stacker Inquire oIL 11 ADDISON Addison Ky WATER WORKS ELECTRIC LIGHTS And The Opening Ot Locust Street Discussed At The City Council Tho City Councilmen met in regular monthly session Monday night at tho City Hall Mayor Barry called tho body to order Clerk Tousoy rend minutes of previous meeting which wero adopted Tho various committees hadnt any reports to offer Claims and accounts were disposed of City Attorney Skillman upon request of Mrs J R DoHavcn Spoko in her be half OH to somo disposition of her proper ty known as Locust street and which iis being used as a thoroughfare by tho town Mrs DeHavon desires to soil it to the townbut if a sale cannot bo consum mated it is her intention to have same inolosed Councilman Harris on motion desired tho matter referred to tho Street Committee for investigation and to open said street Ho received a second from Councilman McCracken Tho waterworks and electric light question wero discussed at length Councilman liar ris submitted a proposition whoroly twentyfive business men or more might issue a note for a stated sum and borrow twenty or thirty thousand dollars In this way a plant could bo secured and would not materially affect anyone Other matters wero talked of which wore of little importance to tho public j Then tho body adjourned j Pay Every DOT One New York millionaire who earn ed his fortune by his own efforts under rather disadvantageous circumstances conducts his business In a way that IsI highly original In many particulars One of the most striking of these Is hiII method of dealing with his employees 4 They are paid every yigbt and at the close of every buslncss dpy all the ex pcnsea of running the TJuelness have j been met and tho manager knows Just 1 how his affairs stand as far as that I feature of his business is concerned But that Is riot his object In paying I salaries every day Instead of following the usual custom and waiting until the t cud of the week or month no employs I many men who have lost former situ 1 ations through intemperance althougb they were all men of ability in their field If they severed their connection practically with the establishment 1 the close of every business day It madE DOT difference to tho employer I what happened to the man after he left Disestablishment By this means tho atulllfonalnj Is ablo to get the services of good men at a small salary and bavo no responsibility as to their conduct after they have rtcelird their pay tor 4 ono days work Now York Sun IIIII ThU native dross of tho better ease of Japanese of hour sexes isa loose wrapper open at the chest and at the TraUt confined by a girdle r i1e i 11 FOR TRAVELERS Dont go away on that vacation or recreation trip until you have fully pre Ipared for the jaunt Come to us andsee the GRIPS SUIT BOXES TRUNKS and well everything everyss traveler wants for instance 4 STRAW HATS qq- NEGLIGEEI SWELL PATTE- RNSNECKWEAR IRTSii i SUSPENDERS i i UNDERWEARSOCKS n and lots of other things too numerous to IImention Choice line of Cigars they handy you know ISTJLZERSfPHONE i i mmClearance Sale We have decided to give the people of tho McQuady vicinity a rare opportunity to buy goods A big clearance sale and all goods will be soldaccording to advertisement Calicoes 4 and 4 Jo per yard White Dress Shirts 50 cents Colored Dress Shirts 15 25 30 and 55 cents Shoes 20 per cent off regular price Clothing 20 per cent off regular price Silk Ribbon Genuine 5 inches wide 85 cents per yard Silk and Embroideries 20 per cent off regular price Domestic 5J cents per yard Suspenders 15 and 25 cents Ladies Vests 10 cents Arhuckles coffee 2 packages for 25 cents Organdie and Percale beat grades 8 to 12 12 cents regular prce 10 and 15 cents Glass Tumblers 15 to 30 cents a set Glass Pitchers 15 cets Pint Cups 3 for 5 cents Quart Cups 5 cents each All Kinds of Produce Bought i Henry WrightSUCCESSOR TO WILSON COBB MCQVA Y ICY 4 t Subscribe to The News 100 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tlhockeo1 Ileri In an elevated train sat a dignified severe looking lads In her lap lay a thick book whose innnlla paper cov er bore tho stamp of the Y W 0 A library Beside her was 4 bundle and beside tho bundle a little flat tin box The scat facing her was occupied by a very young man and a white haired old mart rather nervous but with a kind and Interested expression As the train slowed up for tho Fiftieth street station the lady gathered il up her bundle rose and began to el bow her way through tho crowded aisle toward the door The young man looked at the little tin box lete on tho seat but did not budge The old zing tleman no sooner spied It than ho grab bed It stumbled over the young maps feed and gently touched the ladys shoulder gracefully lifting his hat as she turned around A look at the box and then a look at him That was allyThe train had stopped and theta was no time for Words but that look she gave him was calculated to havo tbo sumo strict at right arm bjpw And It did He sank pack Into his seat dum founded The ypunmlnan laughed out rIght and tho other passengers grin tacoIway In large gilt letters All Tobacco Cigarettes New York Wall and Express DRESS MAKING i f I leave added the department of Dress Makii ing to my general store I shall be pleased for all those desiring a peat fitting dress to give me their order which will have my prompt atten tion j MRSE La d BASSHAM xi- Bewleyville Ky WJlt lS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1900 I BRECKENRIDGE NEW- SINFORMAL WEDDING John T Ditto and Miss Emily Starr Hamshcr Marry at Decatur III 1 THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 28th Mr Ditto a Meade County Boy And Successful Commer cia Tourist A quiet and very pretty home wedding was solomnlzed the residence of Mrs R O Hamfber at 723 West Main street v 0rning at 030 oclock when her daughter Mies Emily Starr Hamsher aud John T Ditto of Branden burg Ky were united in marriage Rev Frost Croft pastor of the First M E Church pronounced the nuptial bless ing in the presence of 35 near relatives of the two families The ceremony was entirely without any formal features Mies Hamsher at sisted In receiving the guests and at the time arranged her cousin Miss Grace Hamaher played the opening bars of 0 promise Me and the couple stepped in the front room and stood in the windows where a background of palms erne and marguerites were arranged lLJ e e r w8 were being said TUB tang ceremony was used and Miss Hamsher played softly througU it DeKovens pretty and popular song At the conclusion she played Mendels sohns wedding march At the wedding breakfast which followed as soon as the closing words of the ceremony were said the bridal pair and nearest relatives were seated in the dining room and to theber guests at small tables placed in the parlors Mrs Garrett served The brides table was arranged with ropes of smilax draped from the chandelier to the four corners of the table and in the center a large bowl of VA France roses was placed Mies Hamsher wore a gown of white simply made and trimmed with embroid ery and accordeon plaltlngs She car ried a bouquet of brides roses and emi laxThe rooms of the house were filled with the fragrance of June blossoms which were used everywhere in bowls and vases The front parlor was in marguerites and sweet peas the back parlor in sweet peas j and the dining room In roses The reception room had for its decoration nasturtiums and pop pies Mr and Mrs Ditto left at noon for Chicago and the north They will visit Mackinac Island and other northern points and will be absent about two weeks They will be at home after July 16 at 723 West Main street Mr Ditto Is the representative of the Kahn Fellhelmer Co hat firm of Cincinnati His former home was at Brandenburg Ky He will herealter make Decatur his headquarters He belongs to one of the oldest and best fami lies in the part of Kentucky in which they live Mrs Ditto bas for a number of years been one of the most successful music teachers in the city She is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music Mr Dittos listers Miss Addle Ditto of Louisville Ky and Mrs J D Babbase Mr Babbage and their daugh ter Mildred were here to attend the wedding Mr and Mrs Babbage will leave for their home in Cloverport Ky today Other relatives in attendance were Mies Helen Heck of Ilarriebu rg Pa and John Clary of Chicago Mr and Mrs Ditto were remembered with many very handsome wedding gif s Congratulatory telegrams and letters from the members of the Cincinnati firm with which Mr Ditto is connected and from many Kentucky friends were re ceived just after the ceremony Among them wan a message from Mr Dittos sister and her husband Mr and Mrs Falrlelgh of Louisville KyDecatur Morning Herald The blood la strained and purified by the kidneys No hope of health while the kidneys are wrong Foleya Kidney Cure will make healthy kidneys and pure blood Moorman Owen SPOTTSVILLE GRAVEL COMPANYS ROCK Owensboro Will Utilize Fifteen Hundred Car Loads The Spotlaville Gravel Company of which Mr James G Harris IS President has secured the contract of supplying Owensboro with rock for its streets The contract is a large one amounting almost to 40000 There will be in the neighborhood of fifteen hundred car loads used f t 4 i flong TUBERCULOSIS Among Kentucky Cattle Says Missouris Governor STATE VETERINARIANSOPINION Governor Stephens of Missouri has issued a proclamation shutting out the cattle from a number of states In which he says tuberculosis exists Among the quarantined states is our own beloved KentuckyGov is however only adopt Inc a precautionary measure which ia now In existence In many States Tu berculosis exists among cattle in almost every part of the State It Is a very common disease and is verv dangerous both to cattle and to persons conoumlnu the milk A number of cattle have been ordered killed this spring because of the inroads made by the disease and Dr F T Einenman the State Veterlnaian said last night that the proclamation is sued by Gov Stephens would cost the State a great deal of money but that it would awaken the Legislature to Its duty He sail that the State Board of Health had asked the Legislature to make an appropriation for the exprifs purpose of waging war against the disease and he thought that a sum of money would be appropriated at the next session He said that it would not cost a great deal ot money to inoculate the cattle of the State if the work were carried on systematically but that it would be necessary to employ an expert enced man to administer the tubercn lineNew York and other States paid Dr Eisenman appropriated large sums ot money each year for the purpose of examining cattle and that only 5000 was appropriated for the State Board of Health to do all of its work Kentucky cattle will not be accepted in other States unless they are properly and thoroughly tested for traces of tuberculosis by a cmpetent man and until this is done the State will suffer he said Dr Elsen man said that he had ordered several cows killed this spring because of the disease and he knew that it was preva tent all over the State White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation WHS felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yel low His skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes Af ter taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only GOc Sold by Short Haynes Druggists AN OLD RELIC Will Carve 4th July Turkey ExAuditor Sam E Stone Will Be Present ToDay Col Chintz Royalty has the knife with which Bill Hardin the old pioneer scalped an Indian He will carve turkey with it on the picnic grounds today Ex Auditor Sam Stone will be his guest N1 WOOD A M M D Proaa nt Chicago Medical and Surgical Institutes 017 LaBalle Avenue Chicago III Established In Chicago over twenty years Regularly chartered under act of llllnutt Legislature Capital fully paid B100OOO The oldest largest most reliable and sun essful Medical Institute In the U He frlrate rooms for FatlenU with farllltlei tit any emergency a Day Microscopical and Uriscoplc Examinations are made In all cues whenever diagnosis IU doubtful Write for tree Book on Deformities nnd Drab Club Feet Curvature of the Spin Bronchitis Catarrh Cancer Tumors lllrParalysis Epilepsy Kidney Bladder Nye EarrfBkln and Wood Diseases and nil Sur gical Operations fleet facilities apparatus and remedies for the successful treatment and cure of all ObMoro or Chronic Diseases We absolutely guarantee to cure every Brie of Nervous Debility and diseases reo palling from abuse and Indiscretions ol Youth and llanhoodi Spermatorrhoea Sem final Weakness night losses and vkal drain In urine Impotency Varlcoeele Ilydro oele Stricture Phlmosls etA etc Charges Seasonable No Incurable cases accepted tCoOODor deposItchemes Failure U unknown totull0oOO1 testimonial letter on me from cured patients Many cUt at home OonsuJltaUo tree and COnJlcleliijlal fmonanr or by letter Writ ns today lO3 P Book on an Chronic and Surgical iltaatr and tut oil aauptlar Mat taw t WSSSHSSmLiJ INCHESTERNEW FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder hells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In nnl Jormlty and strong shooting qualities Sure fire and waterproof Oet the genuine I WINCHESTER REPEATINB ARMS CO New Haven COM I FALLS OF ROUGH I II I I Mrs Robertson is visiting in Hender son Mlsa Jennie Green Is away visiting friendsRobert Green is spending his vacation at homeJa Mrs Sue Mercer is visiting friends near Lodlbnrg Miss Mary Pevton U spending the I summer away Miss Myrtle Shrove was n guest of the Misses Stono Sunday Mi Iuii j 1 i1 fruo1 veek vieiiotl I Mr Brack last week Sister Millers father of St Louis is her guest for the summer Mrs Hunter of Glendeane has moved back to her farm near here Meeting Saturday and Sunday at Pleasant Grove near Shreve Madam Rumor says there is to lie a wedding in our midst quite soon Miss Bertua Phillips of Hartford wasJ visiting relatives at Shreve last week M pare John Mercer and Claycomb were guests at Mrs Chambliss SundayI Charlie Stone paid a flying visit totrelatives and friends in Louisville I tII wetjkIGardens are finer than ever before in this vicinity and all vegetation is mostII luxuriantThe are almost as muddy now ai they are after the first general thaw in party spring M W Stone has returned after a fortnights visit to her brother Mr J 0 RogersofOwensboroIi Mrs Annie Parsons and little dauglI ter Mary of McDaniela are the guests ofa her mother Mrs Chambliu Mrs Sue Mercer Mrs John Eskrldge a and Robert Ohambllaa spent Sunday tbeII of Mr George Wrather near 11EkronA The train killed one of M W Stones finest Poland China sows last week He said he would not have taken 35 for her in cash Bro Miller will begin a big protracted meeting at this place the fourth Sun day in July He will preach down in that cool shady beech grove by the riverII two sermons a day only morning and afternoontlThe present system of working the roads is certainly deficient It does not suit our soil at all for it makes them dangerous in wet weather We shun them wherever possible by going through peoples fields or through the woods to keep from miring or falling through culverts where rotten plank is used be cause it is cheap I think if the money was used to put rock in the worst places and leave the others alone it would do much more good as the present mode of plowing up all the once good parts of the roads and converting them into mlrey mud holes only does barmVI There is no longer an excuse for anyone to endure the torture inflicted byn piles when TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them a remedyii so moderate in price and so effective Price 50 in bottles Tubes 75 centse NOTICE To The Trustees And Teachers ot The Common Schools of 8reckenrldgett i County t The Teachers Institute for this counJJ ty for the current school year will beheld J at Hardlnsburg beginning on the t 23rd day ot July 1000 and continuing 5 daysPlease to notify promptly as the lawI requires every teacher in your district Observe that in addition to direct oral or written information written notices are to be posted If the trustees have a contract I with a teacher who is absent from the county it is your duty to write him or her at once You are notified that I Wednesday will be Trustees day ANDREW DBISKGLL S U S B 0 W t Your best friend can give you no bet I ter advice than this For impure blood J bad stomach and weak nerves take Hoods Sarsaparilla FORTNIGHTLY CLUB Met At Mrs Bennetts Near Irving I ton Last Tuesday Evening THE NEXT MEETING AN- IMPORTANT ONE Mrs Bennett of Irvington entertain ed the Fortnightly Club on last Tuesday most delightfully The club will meeiI with Mm B B McGIothlan on next Wednesday Respond to roll call with current events Important matters oft business Let all be present f ai an M r ctr If DEATH CLAIMS AN OLD MEADE COUNTY CITIZEN Brandenburg July 2nd Special Mr Jordan Edmonds an old citizen near here died lust Wednesday acom plication of diseases Mr Edmonds coos remarkably industrious man in his younger days and an excellent farmer Brother Duvall preached his funeral from the Baptist church and his remains were interred in the Brandenburg cemetery H levee r wie and nixcbiUlren Mrs Revcrly Alatting of Uarrett IrB Chaa Coleman Miss Ida Meaar JohnJlm and Elwood ol this plats Much sympathy to the family IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Pat ent Medicines Sylvan Valley NewsBrevrad N C- It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right tto publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the yet as a pmeutlve of suffer InK we teal It a duty to say a good word or Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy We have known usud this medicine in our family for twenty years and have always found iit reliable In many cases a doee of this remedy would save hours of suffering while physician Is awaited We do not believe In depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure but we do be ave that if a bottle of Chamberlains Remedy were kept on hand administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of physician would not be required At this has been our experience dur the past twenty years For sale by R Fisher Oloverport RA Shell man StepheneportWEBSTER The oat crop is good Our town 1is receiving a new coat of paintCorn that has received proper cultiva is fine H 0 Kurtz and Hot Drano went to Hardinsburg Sunday H0 Haddock is doing some expert painting in our town Miss Bernice Shacklett of Ekrpn is visiting Miss Norrie Kurtz This is July the 1st and none of our public roads are worked yet Eddie Barr and sister of Owensboro were the guests of Miss Norrie Kurtz Sunday The Misses Watson of Hardin county were the guests of the Lyddans last weekB A Parks and family of Morgan field are visiting relatives in this com munityThe tobacco crop of this section is looking well and the acreage planted ia great than usual J R May and wife were called to Ole verport last week on accovnt of the ill ness of A B ShillmanB child Mrs L T Parks a very estiirable la dy of Clifton Mills died after a lingering illness the 28th Her remains were interred at Walnut Uroye Never in the history of our nation perhaps has there been as little reason lor a change in our national administra tion as there is at present Mr and Mrs L M Lyddan and Mr and Mrs Jno Lyddan entertained on separate evenings last week in honor of their visitors site Misses Watson L B Henderson was called tothe bedside of his brother Jesse Hendersdn of Meade county last week and remained with him until his death which occurred Sunday- A Card We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends who labored so faithfully with us to relieve the suffer ing of pur dear one Wilda 8 Parks The Family DeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE FOR nAN OR BEAST Denver Colo 012 07 We have given DeHuya Balmollne a thorough trial on some of the best horses in our stables Including Azote 2Jtand can conscientiously recommend it aa the best healing salve we ever used Monroe Salisbury John Kelly 0 L Griffith IJir Send 3 cents for sample to B H DxHTJY Manufacturer Box D Bta A Denver Colo Price 25 and roc All Dealers Y YwMld i t LOUISVILLE Market Reports BUTTER Choice country itia 14 Elgin X sO a st EGGS Frtth 9 POULTRY llensperib7STurkeys per lb qa6iDuck per lb FIELD SEEDS Timothy perbnihet 15 Clover per bushel S oWSj i- Crimton s Clo erper buihtl 0400 1 si Orchard ran per bushel Iol 13 Dluegrasi fancy per buihel t lo HAY OKAIN PEED I HAY Tlmoihy No I 140031460 Timothy Nos r500513 S- OGoid Bright Straw SoeOjjo CORN No 2 White at store old 4715 HNoWbiaeacwH OATS No I White s8- No3MtxedOaa a6 WHEAT No2 Long Derry JNo s Red So No3 78 RYE No a Western 64 S 70 POTATOES Iriih per barrel 11s ALS Sweet per barrel 43oad300 ONIONS Perbarrel new 1 jo BACON Shoulder S Clear rib sides ti Sugareuredbam8toLard In tierce 6 llMISCELLANEOUS 50N7jDnieperCement per bbl 75nunsBlack slunk No I cased Bono oo Short tripe stunk Sold To SjVhueISRaccoonMink No alargecased alt 00 QOHeMuskrat No i Urge wed IS 10 7as3Itlidcat30Otternearer No i Urge cased 4 oofSo oo WOOL HIDES FEATHERS ETC J IDES ffigNoa7No7NoI3NoFEATHERS 4aDirkMISCELLANEOUS tllow per lb V 31f a 4 2ISPrimeDried apples lnel per Ib 3f4 Dried peaches new I per Ib 4jWOOL OilGood030SheepskinsLambtklns country 040hoofs QioPink3SLadyMay Apple ij LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCKMARKET- QUOTATIONS S Reported by the Louisville Lire Stoe Ex change Bourbon Stock Yards Lotnsvnxi Ky July 4 loo CATTLE Extra good export steers 1350 Ibs and up 4 7S0S oo Llzht shipping steers Iioo01jso a4so575Choice 45460Com33Thin50Good375435CommToFeeders315460Cockers 85Veal57jChoice004500FairHOGS Choice packing and butchers aoo lb to 430Good475506Fat75PigsRoughs 4 000468 SHEEP AND LAMES 75Fair300350Bucks200300KxtrijCallsMisnomers Mrs BrownOur language Is fun of misnomers For instance I met a man once who was a perfect bear and they called him a civil engineer Mrs Smith Yes but thats not ridicu lous as the man they call teller in a bank He wont tell you anything I asked oue the other day how much money my husband had on deposit and he just laughed at meBaptist Argus After many intricate experiments scientists bav discovered methods for obtaining all the natural dlgestants These have been combined in the proportion found in the human body and united in substance that build up the die gestive organs making a compound called Kodpl Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty of nourishing food while the stomach troubles are being radically cured by the medicinal agents it con tain It is pleasant to take and will give quick rellefA R Fisher A SIGNIFICANT FACT There la one significant fact which bears on the question of a college education for girls It U that all the Ameri can women who have won distinction in original work of any kind received the oldfashioned training Collegebred women BO tar have been successful only as teachers Is this because the woman In one case wAlioffered to develop mat orally like a growing tree and in the other wee moulded artificially the same kite one brick in a heap of bricks f I cannottltiewei thus quefltloa 7udies HomeJeursal 7 t j f y C ic I 1 9 June Bargains Rj j There is a right time to buy and that time with us is now In all of our summer goods CALICOES LAWNS PLAIDS Etc we have just made a reduction of 10 per cent on our former price This will continue for L 30 DAYS only If you want the benefit of the cut come now Mens Egyptian Ribbed Shirts and Drawers The lending 25o garment of this or any other market Ladies Special Ribbed Vests A special line to run at 5 and lOo A special lino of Calicoes for ladies shirt waists tho latest patterns going at 5o por yard 24 inch Turkey Red Handcrchief at lOo each Fast colors Two specials in Mens Suspenders One nt 100 and another at 15o A mixed lot of fancy webs leather trimmings Mens plain white hemstitched Handkerchiefs A five center that positively has no equal Heavy Brown Cotton Towels 20 inches wide 88 inches long and tho very best that can be had at tho price lOa each A piece of Turkey Red Table Linen 00 inches wido and warranted fast colors at tho very low price of 35o per yard Only ono pieco left Mens Fancy Laundried Shirts carefully made uptodate A rich + assortment of colors in assorted sizes at 60o Fancy box paper each box containing 20 sheets of paper and 24 en velopes 5o per box 60 toilet soap American Beauty 5 ounce cake and particularly good for making tho skin soft Try itlToilet Soap 8 cakes in a box highly perfumed absolutely pure and lOo per box- Pocket Purses An extra largo one wellmado nickel plated ball fastened frame and only So each Misses and Boys Black Hose Wo positively have the best lot of Childrens Ribbed Hose on the market for lOo We only ask you to try them They run in all sizes Mens Bib Overalls Good quality plain blue largo pockets and shoulder straps at 50o each Mens Shirts for every day wear in assorted colors and tho very best quality of plaids at 2Co each Mens White Linen Shirts The only way we can advertise our shirts is to give the best shirt for tho least money If a trial of one of our white shirts does not please you wo will not ask you to buy another Linen Collars Selkirk extra high can be worn with roll points or otherwise It is up to date in both style and finish The price is 100 Windsor Ties We have a few left for summer wear nIl silk twill goods rich variety full length and width at popular prices Corsets Our Daisy The only one you can buy hero at 25o It is well made nioely trimmed and very durable The EclipseHARDINSBURG KY YOU WANT THE TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE TTwiceaWeek CourierJournal DEMOCRATIC IN POUTOS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 50 CENTS THB TWICBAWSBK COTOUJRJOUR NAI is the equal of many dailies and the superior of all other papers It prints more rtal news more good class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Satur agentsSampleWrite to COURJER JOURNAL CO Lonlivllle Ky BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE BRECKENRIDGENEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only 125 onlyAlloffer must be sent through the NEWS office i Splendid Wheat Crop Tobacco Not So Good Mr Oscar McGavock one of thia conntya most industrious and enter prising farmers was in town Saturday Mr McGavock baa twenty acres of ex cellent wheat but the recent rains washed away his tobacco crop consist ing of five acree fie IB discouraged and said thia year would be the wont of his farming life physIcalll nine in every one hundred cases of phy sical waakaeat la due to some over taxa tion Inactivity or disease of the Brain Heart or Nerves Valkert Tonic will build np that weak point and put your whole system In a condition of physical rectitude f N NNNe NN NN 1 r i i t i tiiiWho is to who printing willing the will extent and best of capableII iiyour particular needs 1 i ln rtsticl h iiPrinters iiWho 1work1 l iilow price and say nothing to quality are many l 2 A1rtlStl4 i i Printers I f i Who exercise good taste use appropriate type and new oat ideas are few Tothia we belong We do iiclass for some of thjj business and profat1 r imenandWouldUJMi Pi J wq c r1 v i TYr r T THE BRECKENRIDdB NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 419001I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WHEAT PROSPECTS J j Both Glcndeane and Skillraan Farmers Report An AY l erage Yield PRCB GOING HIGHER J The NEWS man has taken some pains to ascertain the truth of sensational re I ports regarding the total loss of the ifwheat crop awing to the heavy rainfall I rand Js glad to publish thu fact that farm ore all over this section en harvesting aa average yield of the goden grain V Eli Deane one of tho large land owners of Glendeane has one hnndred acres in wheat culture which will make him 2000 bushels Charlie Dean one of the many young and successful farmers of the same lee tion has sixty five acres planted in wheat from which he will make twenty five to thirty bushels per acre The wheat Is nearly all cut and the other crops are fair in proportion to tho wheat Tobacco is doing nicely and the com crop in general is excellent k In some places the corn is a little foul but it la growing nicely and the pros p JIatteringStesof Bkillman was in J town Saturday and reports an average I yield of wheat on the lower river bottom farms with the other crops about half 1 t and half Mr Alfred Oelze the miller at this place thinks the price of wheat will reach a high mark He bought several crops last week for 70c and this week he Is payiJ 75c On this suppo sition of record breaking prices the Glendeane farmers are declining a 75c offer with grain to be delivered at Louisville by the first of July To Asthma Sufferers lawson Elvidge of Harrington Ill says he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing by Foleys Honey and Tar It gives positive relief in all cases of aathma so this disease when not com pletely cured is robbed ot all its terrors by this great remedyMoorman Owen New Country Home WJ Ballman of Hancock county has I under construction a two story dwelling p which when completed will be one ofthe handsomest country homes in that county Naco Lewis of this city baa the contract Womans Rights arny women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses just because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know Foleys Kidney Pure is just what is needed by most ail lug women Moorman Owen SHILOH Tobacco crops look well in this sec- tionr 1Awedding is expected in tho near future i A large crowd is expected at this place 1 next Sunday Farmers are through harvesting wheat and are now busy cultivating their corn Miss Helen Tate one off our most poplar young ladles has secured th- ej1n schopl r Miss 8allle Richardson attended Sun day echoollast Sunday She brought her organ and furnished music for the jcafpl Mrs PM Beard and children came r from Hardinsburg last week to d several weeks with her parents sr and Mrs D Bt Richardson JiN F DO YOU GET UP itIWITHA LAME BACK KMncy Trouble Makes You Miserable q t K I Almost everybody who reads the news i iL paparslSUfo to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr SWalJlPRootthe i remedyIt i cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years of byDrrnt kidney and blad derspeclallst and la icuringLble Brlghts which Ila the worst krn of kldner trouble reOOinfY liver or bladder trouble It will bo found tJthe remedyyoq ned It baa been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private praoHoaiamong the helpless ttoo poor to pur IUCCeIeullnMrMVb h made by which lI readers of this paper atbylmallIalM a more about 9 amp Root and how to find out K you have kidney orblad5ertrouble- When wrtUflf mentton r dtng this g nrou offer In thla paper laid sendybur address to Dr KllznesCoBtn faamton NY TIM rtuIr flf+y cnt and IUM UMM sold byati good drufflttf BEWLEYVILLEo Mire Ada Drury Is at home again The lees you farm tbe more it pays Wcathnr pleasant with frequent rains David Uardaway has returned from Dakota Sirs Eliza Jolly Is with her daughter Mrs Piggott Cousin Mat Sanders Is in our vicinity visiting old friends and relatives Miss Inez Beavin entertained two young ladp friends dunng last wdek The Harvest Convention was busy last week and will likely bring operations to a close in a few days Miss Susie Dewey of Keataville Mo is here to make a visit to tho family of her uncle W W Keith Ray Keith who has been away to Missouri and other places hits returned to his home in our town Mr Thru Northern lost his house by fire about H month Ago A noto of It should have been made sooner My latest book Richard Carvel has a glaring dufect It ix a very popular book dteervedly to but profanity is a little too prominent- W II Cain Jr took a holiday on his farm in Meado county llist week Hit spent his time in the harvest flld which was a little trying to the flesh MrsJohn Frakes and daughter Car rio D and Miss Ada Brown of Branden burg were guests of Miss Lena Drury Sunday and attended church services Miss Lulu Nnnnelley came down from her home in Parkland last Wednesday to be the guest of Miss Florence Cain Lulu Is our good fri nd and we hope for a pleasant time for her Mr 0 0 Beasley of Florida who Is an old soldier came to Louisville to at tend the Reunion Since then he has been visiting in Indiana He is now the guest of Mr and Mrs T P Harda wayThe Little Workera Juvenile Mission ary paper Is an excellent one that should bo well circulated During the recent conference Mrs Owen Cunningham took subscriptions to the amount of 11120 which is 50 copies Childrens Day was observed here Sun day June 24th The day was fine the exercises delightful and the attendance splendid It is so nice to have our friends near us to come and enjoy our good things with us Our pastor Bro Mell spoke encouragingly and four children joined the church at the close of the exercises- T J Jolly the oldest census enumer artor in the county finished his work June 22nd He some limes worked from 0 a m to 0 p m and says the way to get there is to get up and get He also adds that the lambs in the Dew leyville magisterial district out number and are worth more than tbe old sheep and advises all farmers to keep ono third as many sheep as they have acres under fence Bumps Or Bruises Sprains or sores burns or scalds wounds or cuts tetter or eczema all quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing medicine in the world Nothing else just as good Moorman Owtn WAITMAN KY The whistle of the wheat thresher Is heard in all directions now Most every farmer in this section has lost some of his crop on account of the rainsMrs Emma Hollyfleld of Kockport Ky is yisltini friends and relatives near here Tom Miller and son George formerly of Breckenridge county were the guests of Frank Whltworth Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Stinnett and little daughter Ethel of Lewlsport spent Sat urday and Sunday with the family ofI Frank Whitworth Quarterly meeting services were held at Moores Chapel Saturday and Sunday with the Ilev Shelton of Bowling Green in charge Other ministers were the pastor SS E Cook J K Moore of Cal hoon and Rev Grear of Owensboro The new organ made the singing sound unusually well and all the services were greatly enjoyed The good people of Waitman served a bountiful dinner un der the trees and showed the many visi tors present that our town folks are truly hospitable We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better sat isfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhaner Druggist Newark NJ It Is perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarseness Sold by AR Fisher Otyverport R A Shellman Stephens port MAKES THE OLD YOUNG Mrs Ellen L Delph widow of ex Mayor J M Delph of Louisville with her daughters MiMes Louise and Amelia land granddaughter Miss Ella are apeading some weeks at the Tar and White Sulphur Springs 1 Mrs Delph Jis more than eighty years old and bai been m feeble health for- some time but the recuperative qualities OtJ mineral water have BO benefited here tbfttita to now able to ride horse bMk iUel bi c BIG SPRING Mice Harry Millard left for her home in Louisville Tuesday Rev Hines and wile attended tt e preachers institute at Leitchileld mat weekMr Andrew Carrico of Garrett at tended the supper and remained over Sunday Mr Foster Lyonsof Irvington attend ad the ice cream supper here Saturday evening Mliues LIU nnd Ollie Mae Olarkson are visiting friends and relatives in Eliza bethtownMiss Ilarrpll of Cecilia anti little Miss Lizzie Miller came Saturday to visit Miss Hartanse Miller Miss Gertie Shlply of Howes Valley was here Saturday evening and was the guest of Mn John Richardson Mr and Mrs John Cook of Custer were hero Saturday evening and were the guests of Mr and MreToin Durbin Mr ioo Burnett of Ovceneboro came Saturdt y and remained over Sunday with his s ettrs who am visiting their cousin lisa Villlbin Moorman The Ice crvam supper for the bentfit cf the Baptint church was quite a BUCCKSF They realized abut 25 00 with which they expect to paper their church Mr Moore representing the Merrill Drug Co of Cincinnati and Mr liar rody representing the Wm Wood publishing house called on Dr Slrotber last Tuesday with their line of goods Miss Mary McMeador who has been visiting friends at Ilardlnsbutg and Glendeane returned home lastThureday She Is one of our prettiest and most at tractive young ladies and makes a host of friends wherever she visits The Appetite Of A Goat Is envied by all whose Stomach and Liver are out of order But such should know that lit Kings New Life Pills give a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store CEDAR FLAT The corn crops at this place look well despite the rain Miss Blanche Thompson has returned from Paradise Bottom James W Bennett was the guest of Charles C Bennett Sunday The birthday party given by Miss Liz zie Thompson last week was enjoyed by all Rev W M Cooley has been holding ia protracted meeting here during the past weekJohn Golden of New Albany Ind has been doing a good business with his trading boat It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suf fared for six months with a frightful run ning sore on his leg but writes that Bucklena Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 eta Sold by Short Haynes druggist- sRflPUBLICAN CONVENTION HABDiNSBUBd Ky July 2nd 1000 To TUB REPUBLICANS OF BRRCKENRIDQB Co t is hereby ordered that a Mass Con vention be held at the Court House in Ilardinsburg Ky on Saturday the 14th day of July at 2 oclock p m for the pur pose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican State Convention which meets in Louisville Ky on the 17th day of July to nominate a candidate to be voted for for Governor at the November election 1000 and also for selecting delegates to attend the Fourth Congres atonal Republican District Convention which meets at Ellzabethtown Ky on the 18th dav of July for the purpose of nominating a candidate to be voted for for Congressman at the November elec lion 1000 Given under my hand this July 2ndlDOO- ALLEN R KINCHKLOB Ohrm Rep Co Corn BY CLINT HOOK Seoy RP Co Corn HUGHES TONIC- Palatable Better than Calo- mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonioas as a SURE CURE FOR Chills and FeverI- T NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggist Dont take any Substit- ute50and1 Bottles JhJ rl It j What a Little Faith Did FOR MRS ROCKWELL LLama TO UR3 MNKBAlt XO 6p8a1 I was a great sufferer from female weakness and bad no strength Itwas myhouseholdoTerythingrelief LydiaEwhich I did before using all of oni bottle I felt better I kept on with it and to my great surprise I am cured All who suffer from female complaints should give it a trlalMit HOCK WELL 1209 S DIVISION ST Gwen RAPIDS Mien From a Grateful Newark Woman When I wrote to you I was very sick had not been well for two years The doctors did not seem to help me and OnO said I could not live three months I had womb trouble falling ulcers kidney and bladder trouble There seemed to be such a drawing and burning pain in my bowels that I usingLydiapound and Sanative Wash and follow ing your advice I feel well again and stronger than ever Mybowels feel as if they had been made over new With remainLNEWSY NOTES President and Mrs McKinley are spending some days at their old Canton home Miles Ogle the noted counterfeiter Is dead at Columbus 0 where a lew days ago he was released from prison at the age of sixtyel years Ogle had spent most of his life in priron The cruiser Atlanta at the navy yard Is now about ready for service It was rumored at the yard that the Atlanta and the Kentucky would be sent to European waters and possibly to China Thomas Tatum of Beaver Dam and Mrs lliley Simmons of Taylor mines were married in Oweniboro last week They are a popular young couple and were accompanied by Tom Taylor and Eugene Carter The HarJin County Teachers Institute will be held at Elizibethtown com menclDK July 30th and will be con ducted by Prof A C Burton the well known educator The National Prohibition Convention met In Chicago last weok with G93 del egates present representing thirty seven states The platform adopted deals solely with the prohibition question all other issues being ignored President McKluleys administration was severely condemned and a resolution indorsing womans suffrage was adopted by the convention Broomballs estimate of the worlds wheat crop is 2400000000 bushels a de clineof 390000000 bushels as compared with the yield of last year Other Euro pean experts made the decrease as a gainst last years crop from 281000000 bushels to 377000000 It may bu taken for granted that the yield this year will be below two and a half million bushels or say 350000000 bushels below 1898 and 225000000 bushels below 1897 The falling off In the Americas is about 170 000000 bushels as compared with 1893 and the crop this year Is about equivalent to that of 1897 If the stomach liver and bowels fall to perform their function regularly and natura ly the blood becomes contaminated with impurities and the whole system Is in consequence debilitated HER BINE Is remarkable for its efficacy in curing the ailments of summer anti the disorders prevalent during hot weather Price 60 cents FARM AND STOCK An effort Is being made to advance the price of pure cider vinegar 1 cent per gallon Taking the country as a whole the prospect for a good apple crop Is fine In Tennessee Kentucky and Ohio the crop will be only moderate but in other apple sections there will bo more than anaver age yield 5 The rains caused great distress among farmers in Davles county The corn and tobacco crops were almost ruined The corn can be replanted but in some sections the tobacco will be a total loss 5u Union county raised about 500000 bushtls of wheat last year and the crop this year is estimated at COO 000 Con aervHtlve estimates place the damage from the Hessian fly and rain at 25 per cent The bluegrass seed harvest in Bourbon county has been finished The yield thisyear is estimated at 150000 bushels with the seed of very superior quality The greater portion of thet CfQP will be exported to Europe and South America 5 Dehorned cattle tell better than horn i I fXNi r fife The mot centrally located and only tint elu hotel In the city making a it ioo rate Only one block from Iht principal hopping district and two block from the principal theatres I Street can pau the door to all parts ohhe cIty- Ecrythlng neat lAnd clean L THE FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUISVILLE W =The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF THE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA shippers command The safely through into reliable voyage of teachings are followed mistakes whyAnof againstThepaedia Britannica in a house gives place an intellectual opportunity piece of literature There no more instructive reading than contained in its 30 volumes whose current runs toward future this great Indispensable Just now you can th- eEncyclopaedia Britannica One Dollar Cash paying the balance in monthly payments Remember too Thirty Volumes with Guide and an elegant Oak Book will be delivered when payment is will be surprised when you LOW COST Here isThe VolumesNoHighMachine4500FirstpermonthNo FinishBookFirst permonthNo FinishBOOK7500First permonthA reduction 10 6 granted by paying 30 days after the receipt of the work JOHN D BABDAQE Agent- Clovorport Ky R WILDER Jo M HARDIN 628 Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg HARDIN WILDER DENTISTSNEvery Thursday afterI111 I V I I U I U Monday In Each Month specialtyLatest Pressed Standing Seam COrrugatedj Y Crimp Roll Cap and Steel Cap Wr1teforPrteasancat VORMSli y X F St ed cattle for all They are pre by or They look feed better sell better kill better man that feeds horned cattle is ten to cents per in most cases Voice Biffilo Bill lea that there will bo a horse famine in this next year and advises ranch men to their stock as as On of the of good good ones high V The millers June 22nd the wheat crop from every of were good in many parts of the state are on 15 bushel to the acre while por lions where the rain and fly have the crop a little less than an aver age yield is a Up to Juno 26th yards 131500 loads of live stock since Jan 1 1000 the same four hogs were S The the will at the good roada ti I just how to steer a it the and out the open Just so the is the one for the life One go if its It tells the men have made the and steers the tone is on earth that To a life the work secure small that the a Case the first made You learn the it 3 of Is cash within F Ky IN and the Ii ex and The from will met The on other stock had and 2 V Roof Roof J nUt Tfeit la Quality I For 20 Has Led ill Worm Rime diss BOXtX BYAXtXt Lrepered by JAMES Louis purposes ferred slaughterers porters better handicapped twentyfive hundred weight Farmers prJpiii country farmersand everywhere increase rapidly possible account scarcity horses really remarkably Kentucky association Lexington reports section Kentucky Farmers calculating in damaged expected Chicago received car During period million received practical theoretical bebapPJ1combined forthcoming international CODirelltobi KY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Pilot knows vessel to bring shoals Encyclopedia Britannica absolutely guide cannot wrong experiences others For entire Wednesday prices and G3PlyReady Roofingr Sheathing Paper Paints Cement WHITES CREA- MVERIWIFUCE Years TTC3rC3rXSTei BALLARD held at Port Huron Mich July 2 The people of that city have raised the necessary funds and will have in process of construction at time of convention a mileol macadamized road This natur al object lesson must prove beneficial to all present who are Interested in this great problem of farm economy a Times could not be much brighter for the breeders of saddle horses and it is exceedingly gratifying to observe that the saddlebred horse is receiving in creased recognition Eyen the trotting bred horse is being used in large num bersfor saddle animals thus making an other outlet for the produce Qf American breeders Breeders Gazette Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abundantly The trouble arises from inanition their food is not assimilated but devoured by worms A few doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will destroy the worms when the children will begin to thrive at once Price 25 cents At West Point- EngeneKing8bury01overportBleadirig carpenter is doing the town of West Point He is putting an additional room to the dwelling of Mr J G Brasbear Ono Minute Cough Cure Is the only harmless remedy that produces Imme diate results try It A R Fisher Henderson Route Louinill HID nm 4 SiI Lcsis Sr Co Time Card In Effect June 18 1899 EAST HOUND No 43INO 4 JNo 46 811pmJevanlville45niIfrtidcrion7 10lket3UU39Stanley341GriffithS29Mlny1 400JntetISJVIlml 4S1K433lIaweyUIe 40orCannellon 8Shopf11Cloverport 610HoltAddison 1007 618 53Samplellrce to 24 534 543Vbter651InInltton 603Ekroo610flrandenbgIjoor llranch 1122 634 6SOWillowHoward 1143 652 645KentuckyLoultvllle Union Pep Ar 12 35pm 745pm 7SU == = =WEST HOUND INo 41JN43 45 39pinKentockyreet 918ttowrd54uWillowdalo 48Rock931Long944Ekron9MGuston626Irylngton651LodiburjIwrce 9 43 7 f11 712Steplnnipori 24Holt 1086 739Shops764HaweivllleI IlnorPetrie 1049 812 Ialcon 10 M 818 1119 827Waitman 1126- 1owtrnfor Roclcport Indj 11 19 8 42 1139 1ate 1130 853 SSprMattinglyGriffith line 921 Stanley 1169iir 02S 1215alll Worthington 1207pm 982 1220 Ileada 1214 939 Spottivlllt 1222 947 223Z- liasketi 1229 954 1239 llendenon 1245 1010 1255 Evaonlll 115 1040pm I 25 St Loult Ar 7 16pm 7Jam Jnoi 4S and 46 have rullmon fluftet Sleeping Carl and elegant highback teat Passenger Coaches through between Louiirille Evanivillc and St chanceNo elegant highback teat Pass anger Coachea and Parlor Car service through be tween Louiivllle Hvantyflle and St LouIs without change NO43 and 43 have Parlor Can and elegant Coaches between Loultville and Evansville with outchange UJjIUVN General 1aiienger Agent LouIsville Ky LLIHIH SitLLL Ify Fordsvllle Bfancb TIME TABLE Ni 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1800 West Bound Trains East Bound Train No3t No51 STATIONS No2t tNo AM PM All Ill 10 50 6 t5 Lv Irvington Ar 9 00 6 45 n U 708 Garfield 8 35 6 20 11 24 7 19 llarncd 8 24 6 V9 11 28 7 23 Junctlon 820 6 ffi 1133 728 lardlntburg 8 15 600 11 40 7 35 Junctlon 8 104M It 60 745 Kirk s 01 446 11 67 752 vJ1r 7 64 4932 09 8 04 7 42 4 l32 14 809 Dcmpner 780 4 15 12 SO 825 Kalli of Hough 7 15 4 00 12 60 845 Dempiter 6 67 3 42 12 M 850 Hockvale 6153 3 38 100 855 Iluth 6 H 3 33 I 03 900 Atklna 64 32J 113 9 08 Oak 6 M 321 111 9 15 Ar FordiviUe Lv 6 SO 3 11- IM fM All IM tVally Train 41 41 4 3 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with Trains Not 3 and c for point on FordiTflle branch Trains i 3 4nd run dally Trains 2iond4 connect at Irvington with Stain Line trains 41 4j 43 and 44 LOUISVILLE EVANSVillE MAEIoolncorporatcdI After July 1 1000 boats leave Louisville at 4 p m instead o- f5pm Fast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARASCONTELL HE G RAGON ROSE KITE AND BELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON Superintendent O v WU1LIAMS1 Q F and P Agent Louisville XiI SPECIAL ACCOMMODATrOrWCOItSTOCI QokXThaaf Cfca Comntttasna low BMW s 4 t f 1 1 I I of rJo1 88f THE BRECKEN njGt VEWStWDDNBSDAY JULY 4 490sr lor f a BRECKENRIDGE NEWS EFFECTIVE REPROOFS arson Tucker Had n Quick Ere odd Pointed Method Two Incidents In the railroad life of Toysan Tucker aro told that well Il lustrate what a worker ho was and his attention to the details of business Several years ago ho was up on tho 1 1mountain division of the Maluo Cen tral road and looked over the grounds of ono of the stations Nothing wore than tho usual conversation passed and he returned to Ills car and went back to Portland Nearly a year pass ed before be had occasion to call at the station again and then he stepped off the carand asked pleasantly Do you bare all the help you want hereYes sir all that we need Quite sure you have enough Yes sir There Is not much to bb done at so small a station Well I feared you were rushed to death and could not find time to re nil t ofdhrlJJ w1 lttu that the general manager of the road stooped over the pllo of bricks and without removing his kid gloves continued the work until fbc last ono was neatly piled up t LII1tr lime a break had been ill at one of tbo stations on tho back road and the next day after the notice of the break had been wired to Portland Mr Tucker chanced to pass that way After looking things over Mr Tucker asked what had been lost and tho agent quickly ran over the amount of money and tickets I stolen That all1 asked Mr Tucker when the agent bad concluded Yes sir nothing else That PO sold Mr Tucker taking In the untidy appearance of the room and station at a glance I feared some etc had stolen your brooui Perhaps you have not missed It I will scud you one Prcsquo Islo Me Star HealdLr lllII I urn aau snap and vigor thy once had should use HERBINE It will purify the blood strengthen and invigorate the system r l1 Let in the intent Light air and sunlight aro Impor tant factors In keeping the family and the bouso In n healthy condition Nothing could bo worse than the habit somo people have of keeping tho house darkness from early morning InII night Tho house should be with light and air for several hours each day Ladles Homo Journal Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est sal ol any me lltme in the civilized world Your mothers and grand nioticra naver thought of using any thing wlH for Inlixestlon or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of ApponJiciliiI Nervous Prostra tion heart fillure etc They used Au gust Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food rej uIU tit+ action of the liver stimu late the not vnus and organic action of the syHim and that la all they took whIm gating lull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doss of Greens August Flower In liquid form to make you satisfied there IB nothing cerious the matter with you Portal hvA U FISUEII IVhr It Needed Revision To whom do you Intend to give tho villains parti asked the dramatist Walker of course answered the manager Wlmtl That stlckl exclaimed tbe dramatist Hes the only one available ex plained the manager Then give mo buck my play said thedramatistSurely tlont Intend to with draw it protested the manager Oh no answered the dramatist I I only want to revise It The villain I isnt killed off until the last act no it elands pow you LnnCicago pOt un How Is The Ticket Does it suit out WOol we are not all alike you know In this world and It In bard to pleaa overyouB hut the favor In nnnnlmounsly I r Dr Cnldpla Syrup lep In as it is guarantied to cure Oonsti nitlon IndtgyelioutSick Headache ana Stomach Trouble Sold by Short tit HHVHPS WILD BEASTS IN BATTLE Two Panther and a Sea Lion la a Night to the Death Among all fights of wild beasts per taps the most terrible aro those In which the combatants belong to differ ent elements The struggle then seems peculiarly wanton and unnatural Not long ago two men on a small Island off the Californian coast declare that they witnessed such n buttle The men were amusing themselves watching the antics of a number of sea lions on a reef when nil at once the creatures began to bellow In alarm and dived Into the water Ono lingo fellow alone stood his ground nUll moved his bread slowly as if vuiMlng A uiuiiiiui later the mon saw creep ing from the shadow of a rock two largo panthers which had evidently strum over from the mainland In search of prey- SlllJllltuncouslr the panthers leaped upon their ciipinyj and a terrible com bat ensued for pearly 30 minutes It went on till the reef was skirted with crimson foam Twlco the lion struck a panther squarely with his flipper and knocked him n dozen feet away But tho great cats kept to their work and finally one of them burled his tooth In n flipper of time sea lion and tore it off with a sin gle savage tug- Bellowing hoarsely with pain and ger tho wounded bull caught anII imuthers throat between Its Jaws dragged him Into the water but the big brute was weak from loss of blood The panther escaped and with Its mate swam off for the mainland across the narrow channel while time sea lion struggled out toward the ocean to tile Time men weut down to examine tho field of battle A hole deep enough to bury a horse had been dug In the soft mud while the shore was stained blood rellSan Francisco Call 1A1 Is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troublrs BDEchees German Syrup It not only heals and stimu later the tissues to destroy the germ die ease but allays inflammation I causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by tlI druggists in the world For sale by A R FailED Dr Clarke Wine Dog Tho late Dr James Freeman Clarke used to tell this amusing story of hU dogAt ono time my dog was fond of going to tile railway station to see tho people and I always ordered him to go home tearing he would bo hurt by tho cars Ho easily understood that if bo went there It was contrary to my wishes So whenever he was near tho station It he saw me coming ho would look tho other way antI pretend not to know me If he met me anywhere else be always bounded to meet mo with great delight But at the station It was quite different lIe would pay no attention to my whistle or my call He even pretended to be another dog and would look me right In the face without apparently recognizing me no gave me the cut direct In tho most im pertinent manner the reason evidently being that he knew ho was doing what was wrong DIll did not like to bo found out Possibly ho may have relied a little on my nearsightedness in Ills maneuver Outlook THE SOLDIERS PAROLEt What I Meant by It and flow It I Arranged Parole It must be understood Isn purely voluntary compact Tho captor I Is not obliged to offer to parole his prisoner and tho prisoner Is not oblig I ed and cannot bo compelled to give hist paroleIf does so he will probably be rejj j I leased on pledging his word not to serve during the existing war If he untilthel his escape The usual parole pledge extends only to active service against tbo enemy A prisoner released on parole Is not breaking his contract If ho drills re cruits quells civil commotions or fights other enemies- A soldier taken prisoner has no nil thorltyto pledge himself never to serve against a particular enemy He can not throw off thus lightly tho duty bo owes his sovereign or country and If ho makes any pledge It must bo con tined to a limited time Moreover If a prisoner should make n pledge not approved by his own gov crnmcnt he Is bound to return and sur render himself tothe enemy In the British army a soldier can only give his parolo through a com missioned olllccr Even a noncommis sioned ofllcer or an officer of Inferior rank cannot give parole either for him selt or for his men without permission from his commanding officer i Tbe United States authorities by tho way give greater liberty of parolo than Is the case with the British army A captured prisoner who has violated his parole may bo punished with death Pearsons Weekly j household necessity Iis Justt what Dr Bells AntiPain Is to thOSA who know of its wonderful merits for Colic Cholera Diarrhoea and Flux It does not tlo up or clop the bowlI but deitroys the germs of the diseases and aids nature in restoring health- FORGET BUSINESS AT NIGHT Tint la the Only IVny to Do Sure of Doing Your float Work Every business man of common sense knows whether he chooses to ncTaiowlcdso It or not that the farther away bo gets In time evening from Ills commercial associations during tho day so that his business associates or thoughts of It or them cannot get otIhim the healthier ho Is tho wiser life bo leads In short the better oil ho IsI In every respect and the abler for the duties of the morrow writes Edward Bok In The Ladles Homo Journal Now what docs he get in the city In the evening even If he lives a carefully regulated life There Is no mode of Hfo bo can possibly follow which Is in any way recuperative to his mental or physical being Ho has never been out of hearing of tho noises of tho cityI or out of tho range of Its lights Every night he has slept In tbe polluted air of the city and In the morning has looked out on the gray sidewalks which ho sees all day long What does such a man know of tho exhilarating retreshI ing and blood quickening cxpcrlenco of opening tbo shutters of his chamber window upon a landscape of spaco and sunshine And what Is far worseI what do his wlfo and children know otI such a blessing Yet bo deludes himself into the be lief that bo must live In the city so as to be In touch with things If you ask him what those things are you Invariably discover that they are of a business nature either strictly busi ness or some social convention which ho feels line a bearlngon ills business But It is always business businessI Now a man living under this preesuro rarely does his bestwork although ho fully believes that ho is doing It But ho cannot be giving out the best because ho docs not allow tho best to get within him We have a good sale on Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin because we guarantee it and refund your money if it does not do just as we represent it Call for a booklet Haynes that tens you all about it at Short T C THE 1SE8T PRESCRIPTION IS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic The formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains f and in correct and is in a Tasteless Iron Quinine put up proportions form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the i malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that Groves l the Origins and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows I that Groves iis superior to all others in every respect You are not experimenting when you take Groves its superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is thee onlyChill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price 5oc i IBALD971 t With a nevergrows SPATSspreadinguntil at last your friends say How bald he gettingNot isIi I easy to cureIan old baldness but easy to stop the firstIthinning easy to i check the first falling I put Used in time bald ness is madeimpos siblewith helpbald smallerIt i Hair Itstops falling promotes growth and takes out all dandruff IIt always restores grayhaircolor of early life You may depend upon it bringshealth 100 a bottle All Drujjlitj I hare used your Hair Vigor and am greatly pleased with It I lave only used one bottle of It and yet my hair tae stopped falling out and hue started to grow again nicely JULIes WITT March 13 1899 Canova 3 Dak WfHo tho Doctor If yon do rot obtain all the benefits theVAddreti DB J O AYER Lowell Mm tow Son storm Tho connection between the aurora sun spots and magnetic disturbances has never bpen explained but many observations have shown that It definitely exists The outbreak of a cy clonic storm on the sun with the for mation of spots is immediately regis tered In every magnetic observatory on the earth Sometimes tho disturb anco of terrestrialeondltlons Is very marked For example on Feb 13 1802 a great spot accompanied by enormous cyclonic disturbances burst forth on tho suns surface That bight a mag nificent aurora was visible all over the northern half of tho United States and in many parts of Europe Telegraph ing was carried on between New York and Albany without batteries so strong were the earth currents Tho tele graph system of Sweden was com pletely paralyzed and in Russia much difficulty was experienced with tho telegraph lines At tho Kow observatory in England tho magnetic needle swung two degrees out of its normal position All this has furnished physicists and astronomers a fruitful field for study and a vast mass of observations has been accumulated but so far no antis factory explanation of tho mysterious bond of sympathy between solar and terrestrial Influences has been forth coming nor docs anyone yet know tho truo nature of tho aurora She Liked Variety She Is a very nice little girl and yet she line an Imagination so vivid that people cant help wondering once in awhile what Is going to become of itThe little girl can and does tell thoII most marvelous tales and when she Is reproved she Is entirely complacent and cannot see that her effective inven tions are anything moro than jokes Ono of these she told to an Interested neighbor at whoso iiouso she called frequentlyHow your mamma dear asked the neighbor ono morning when the lIt tlo girl made her appearance Sho is very sick answered tho lit tlo girl earnestly Nelly her sister and I were up with tier all night Wo called the doctor But when tho kind neighbor went In baste to see her sick friend she found her In every respect as well as over Why did you tell kind Mrs Blank such a story about m01 asked mam ma seriously of her little girl at tbo opportunityWell said tho little girl with a toss of her curls Mrs Blank asks mo every single morning how you are and I get tired of telling her that you are very wclL Now York Times KOMO IND Aug 10 1809 PEPSIN SYRUP Go Dear SlrFor the past 10 years I was troubled with my stomach About A years ago was taken down with rheuma Hem was not able to do a days work ford years All medicine seemed of no benefit tq me A year ago I was advised to take Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin I truly believe I would have died but for this medicine My rheumatism Is en tirely gone and my stomach Is in good condition It has saved my life and I cannot recommend it too highly Yours respectfully ELWOOD McOaUXEN Sold by Short do Haynefl The Cumberland Telephone and Tale graph Company have completed their Uses to HarMd 4 A Odd Burial e Not i1sg ago there died in a north London suburb a lady wiiQ wlshcdi to bo burled la the bedstead In Which sho had lain continuouslY for nearly a quarter of a century prior to her de cease and to Insure as she thought her wishes being respected sluv left a plump contingent legacy to a relative As the bedstead in question however Was of the old four post variety and an unusually massive specimen at that the cemetery authorities objected Eventually a compromise was effected The bedstead wimp taken to pieces and from the timber so obtained a sort of box coffin was constructed for tho re ception of the remains IIt is however among tho mining population that Instances of funeral eccentricity aro most common Jack Hustler a coal hewer of Tong near Leeds wKo died tho other day at tbo age of 07 was burled In a coffin con structed to bis own specification 20 years ago It was made of pitch pine With silver handles and the lid was hinged at ono end The deceased was burled with a lump of coal which ho bad carefully preserved for years It served as his pillow and his tobacco and plpo also found a place besldo ita This latter custom Is said to bo very prevalent among the coal miners The tin miners of Cornwall almost invari ably Include an umbrella among the coffin furniture It would bo Interesting to learn the origin and significance of this strange use London Express Didnt Get III Money Worth lie camo Into the police office lily bands clinched his Jaws knotted and his eyebrows swooping downward toward tho bridge of his nose Says he bawled In resonant tones Well said tho captain How much do you charge in a caso of assault and battery Ten dollars You can lick the stuffings out of a man for that cant you PossiblyCan fellow pay his Ono in ad vanceSure Tho visitor laid two fives on the desk Im going to lick a man bad and I dont want any Interference of tho po lice while I do It And ho stalked out muttering Halt an hour afterward a man came nnllIlooked like Chllus Cbllonldcs before ho acquired Neros favor Say ho said gently do you rccog nlzo me- Cant say as I do Im tho man who camo In hero half an hour ago and paid a flno in ad vanceOh Well what do you want nowT Would you mind giving mo 905 bnckAtI1ntn Journal Income of a Sleeping Car The income or earning capacity of a sleeping car Is considerable Tako tbo 1000Ipays 3 cents a mllo for tho privilege of hauling a sleeper and contracts to n turn said car In as good shape as It Is received and to pay for all damages The Journey on tho limited expresses to Chicago Is made In 24 hours there fore the car earns 30a day for travel If It is full which Is generally tho case receipts from berths sections and staterooms amount to 185 making a total revenue of 125 a day Out of this must como the wages of the porter and conductor tho latter however usually having charge of several cars the towels sheets soap Ice etc tho wholo amounting to but a small sum Then there aro the wear and tear and general depreciation tho dally clean tug tho annual refitting and repainting Set these charges down at 10 percent and give the car tbrco trips a week of 1000 miles each and wo havo Its earnings at over 00000 annually Somo can earn a great deal more Kansas City Journa- lraing of the Old Maid Tho old maid of the past sour scan Idal loving sharp of temper and of tea three is now almost an unknown quantity The unmarried woman of today whb has passed her twenties Is cheery active busy and useful Gen orally sbo Is in business or has some special art profession or accomplishment to which she devotes herself Anyway she Is not Idle She finds many things to employ her hands and brains Sho has little tlmo for gossip and lless inclination Culture and occupation have broadened her nature and given her charity and wisdom Mrs Mary E Bryan In Macon Telegraph Snake Burglar Alarm Ono of our correspondents tells a story of a tams snako that was so Intel Agent that ono night while It was roaming about tbo house of Its owner it caught a burglar in the dining room The snake coiled Itself around the logs of tho burglar and with Its tall reached a hell on tho dining room table and ringing it vigorously alarmed the household resulting In tho capture ot tho burglar Bradford Star AU Gone Save Experience ClevertonNow that you have sue seeded in getting on such Intimate terms with NOW Y9rksmostexeluslvo literary set and meeting so many die tinguished men I dont sea what you want to quit for Dashaway The fact hi I havent a cent left Smart Bet AiptrBttoa and RealtMttom Hills at the depotQoing away Mills Mills Yes going to seekmy fortune Want to go along Hills No rye Just returned tram seeking mine By the way could you loan me f1 tin you got back Chicago Newt Dr J T Owen vII InHawesville ono dly teatJ week I SAVE YOU HAIRy With Shampoos of ticiu N I bAV i r And light dressings ot CUTICURA purest ot emollient shin cures This treatment at once stops falling hair removes crusts scales and dandruff soothes irritated itching surfaces stimulates tho hair folli t clca supplies tho roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when nil else fails Comploto Extornal and Internal Treatment for Every Humor It jf confuting of CITICUBA Salt ic1 to cleanse the skin of emits and UtIcurat leaks nnd rotten the thlckcnd cuilrle OCTlcUBAOtNTXKNT roc to IruUmUv alloy Itching InOammatlon and Irritation ami aootho nnd y healI and CtmccnA HssotTENT iiU to cnoli and cleanse tho blood A SINOLE tilt H often sufficient to cure the eeoret humor with tTnO Set S 1 25 ion of hair when oil cleo fmls Sold throughout tbe world POT nit Dnno AND OIICM Conp Solo iropanontoa AH about the Skin Scalp and Ualr ttte J 1 now to Have Genius IlcTrnrdert The artist was bewailing his luck My paintings are gems he said Even the critics admit that but I cant get any prices for them Of course not returned tbo man of business You see the trouble with you Is that you aro alive and genius Is rewarded only after death Now If you could arrange to die But how could I profit by that demanded the artist Let mo finish said tho man of business If you could arrange to dlo temporarily your fortune would bo made Just wake mo the executor of your estate drop out of sight for awhile and you will havo both tame and money The trouble with you art ists Is that you have no head for busi nest Now tho moment you are gono you will be written up and lauded and all the pathos of your struggle for rcc ognltlpn will bo brought out and peo plo will just fall over themselves to get your paintings Just give mo a chance to kill you off and Ill have you rolling in wealth Chicago Post Settled the Trap A certain Glasgow lawyer was fond bf setting traps for workmen who might happen to bo working In or about his houso by leaving money or somo valuable article about A work man well awaro of this fact found a half crown lying on the floor of ono of the rooms IIo smiled as ho said to himself I know what thats for and taking a brace and a bt from his bag he drilled a hole In the coin and put ting a large screw nail through It bo fastened It securely to tho floor The lawyer has not set any traps since London Telegraph DeWittu Little Early Risers art tam ous little pills for liver and bowel trou bleP Never gripeA R Fisher Do went He Half past 111 Isnt that clock fastSheI think not IIo Well I guess my watch Is like myself It Is slow She But It Is not exactly like you He Indeed She No It goes Harlem Life + 1 SAVE YOUR TAO I 1 not S5 I ens blade teel is a S5 ChUcr r I Knife York ad spoon S6 6eeitenaregpraetoneesehgnadrapt6 M French Wood Plnfl Si- T Razor hollow ground flne EugUth steel 10 I batter iitrIPi but 1 quality 110- IIr Shell triple plate bees 60 10 Seenauiteetwo g IS Butcher XII IID amid 7S II Shears Keen 74 Nat Bet Cracker end d i1dk sUrer II anwAasoetatlon best is Clock ntckd ifto 1151Oeaotm Teupoona ytedgooa IM youIIM BU Genuine Boiers Table Spoons bestplated 16O I U BU each KTMI hornhandles ISO I tt each Oenoine soRer Knifes tail lroriu bea platllllloodl100 OCorviell and tne Tlppcrnrr tiny I At Tlppcrary brave Tlppcrary they wanted to take tho horses from OCon nells carriage and draw him them h selves his way This will never do be to his daughterinlaw Their Intentions nro excellent but theyll get so excited that well find ourselves In the ditchprestntlyyI Bursting open the carriage door In a moment be was out among these gl gantlc Tlpperary men just as big as any ono of them Now boys bo rea sonable ho said Leave tho houses IcarriageI rather pull you i along ourselves sir was time reply as tho for so doing went gal p lantly forward I All right on your own heads bo IU cried OConnell good bumoredly and throwing off his coat bo set to with pugilistic Intent boxing them right and left until he them to desist Their amusement and delight knew no bounds when on regaining the carriage he doubled up his hand andrshook it at them with beaming smile I and a twinkling eye tho airwas rent with enthusiastic shouting and bo drove off even a greater than 1 when ho bad come Donahoes Maga lane I loo A lawyer took In a new boy the other Ifr day and as be had suffered to some I extent from tho depredations of ttfj former one bo determined to try t1RA honesty nt once He their placed a 5 noto under a weight on his desk and walked out without a word his return half an hour later the was gone niyl half a dollar In silver had taken Its place Boy when I went out 1 left E3 un der this weight gpnofive t a bill against you for 450 I guess x tho change Is correctrYou paid tho bill w Yes sir There it Is all receipted The said It had slipped your mindJfor tho past four years and so no did not get further before ho made a for the door That Snot In the law business any more Chicago News S 1 STAR ji TiN1 yy k r J TARS 15 Btar tin tags showing small stars printed on ondor side 1 1kof tag HorsoShoe JT GoodLuok CrossBowIDrummond Natural Loaf Tin Tags ore of equal value in scouring presents mentioned below and may be assorted 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tagiwttltaofS III0 Cpee lara prlntedOnUllelRleIott are not w tssbut WU1 N a14 tor in CASH ho tla tiW6 a4n4Unelnd b tIOII or before WrchhtUeG I tVBKAzl IN MIND that a Bale worth H OodrorIj STAR PLUGntl1Nu11rNtt title afeNsLe pleuaretYatt a Naea WStq k MAKE THETE TI JI- rr t kN ieCONTIfIUITlLT CCQ COItoLM Jr C y 4