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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3 1900 5
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A CLEAR HEAD
good digestion sound sleep a
fine appetite and a ripe old age
are some of the results of the use
of Tutts Liver Pills A single
dose will convince you of their
wonderful effects and virtue
Known Fact
n absolute cure for sick head
ache dyspepsia malaria sour
ptomach dizziness constipation
bilious fever piles torpid liver
and all kindred diseases
Tutts Liver Pills
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BRECKENRIDGE NEWS
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i The News in Brief r
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Dont write it 1S09
e 1 J5ra Mattings at Sulzsrs
A happy New Year to you
Mauser Ballet irons at Sulzere
Old crimp has come in reality
James R Skillman went to Louisville
todayAll
All commodities have advanced ex
cept air
4 L G Withers of Kirk was in the city
ondayMrs
rI1rLJ A Ross has returned from
Skillman
Mrs Ella LaNeave has returned from
LouisvilleCutaway
Cutaway coats are becoming the
etyin again
Miss Adelia Moorman was in Hawes
vile Sunday
W G Smart was in Owensboro one
day last week
William Hall of Webster was in
town Sunday
Col Washington D Holt spent Xmas
at Owensboro
OwensboroHave
Have you entered upon a year of
new resolutions
0 T Skillman spent Sunday and Mon
day in Louisville
Herbert RIedel left Sunday for Holt
He was quite sick
Prof W B Maple has returned from
his holiday outing
Sheriff V B Burton was a visitor to
Cloverport Sunday
Mien Ella Robertson has returned from
a visit to Glendeane
Miss Daisy Rice has returned to her
home at Hopkinsville
Automobile mall wagons are being
operated at Chicago Ill
Walter Oel 3 left yesterday to resume
his studies at Georgetown
Cbas E Gillagan was registered at
the Mitchell hotel Monday
Mios Lucille Sterett of Hawesvllle is
visiting the Misses Bowmer
Miss Lydia Barringer of Louisville ia
visiting Mlsa Mamie DeHaven
Harry Moorman of Owensboro visit
ed his parents in this city Sunday i
Miss Nona Ferrigo went to Stephens
port Saturday to be gone several days
Hal Weatherholt of Tobinsport Ind
is spending a week at the Mitchell hotel
Mm George Bently of Haweaville at
tended the Masonic Banquet last night
Charles Frlels and family passed
through town Monday en route to Vic
toria
Mr Robert Ball of Jolly Station has
been the guest of Mr and Mrs John
DeanThose
Those who are fortunate enough to
have ice houses are beginning to fill
them
Miss Eliza Newton who has been
quite ill for several days Is improving
slowly
elowlyMlsa
Miss AnnieLillardentertainedon Wed
nesday of last week a number of her
friends
Start the New Year by haying your
printing neatly executed at the NEWS
job office
Miss Maggie Carter of Irvington has
reached this city to visit friends and
re aUve
Mir W L Smith pf Futon Mo was
the guest of Sire FJ Sawyer during the
Holidays
BV6 Ceif manager of the Fair left
Sunday for Loniayille to be with relatives
aid friends
ilhe small boy andthe large ones too
a e te eijoying tberjnorti of skating on
CloVer cfeeku
+ aa Mabel Wblteheftaf > of Cannelton
Abegu8 of MlafHNeJUrand Sallle
vdjrfgory last week + A
llfsa Mary Smith of Persimmon Flat
attended the Masonic panquet last
> aJJbt
o 1 Washington D Holtfeft last night
f r Jrfttida where he will spend the rest
e t dlthewiater 1
toMd1WIleon wbo bbeen very
Ill l eryip laa ia able to be out again
Hw Nannie Adams and children who
bare bee a visiting her parents Mr and
Yrr D Vi WfiwH retained to their
aa > lnLtinGvilie WedSeiIdy
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Mlta Lula Owen returned Monday
night from a weeks visit to Mrs K A
Hayes of Louisville
Mice Pearl Benham who has been
visiting her uncle Mayor Barry has
gone to Brandenburg
Mldnfgbt services were held at St
ROBe Catholic church Sunday night to
rirg in the New Year
Misses Fannie Smith and Grace Ferry
leave tomorrow for Nicbolaaville where
they are attending school
Mies Mary Harris of Henderson and
Mr George Jungllcg of Evansville were
visitors to the city Sunday e
Hugh L Atkinson of Chicago former
ly pf the 3rd Kentucky volunteers spent
Sunday and Monday here
J W Howard one of Fordsvillea
prominent merchants was registered at
the Breckinrldge Inn Monday
Miss Minnie Murray and Mr Morris
Beard of Hardlnsburg spent Sunday
with their aunt Mrp D R Murray
Mr and Mrs Fred DHuy went to
Hawesvllle Monday to spend the day
I with Mr and Mrs George Bentley
Miss Florence Cottrell and James R
Skihmari attended a party given by Miss
Bessie Beard at Uardinsbnrg last week
Mr and Mrs Jess Keys and
children returned Sunday from Irving
ton where they have been with rela
tives
tiveMiss
Miss Addle G Ditto who has been the
guest of her sister Mrs Jno D Babbage
during the holidays will return to Louis
ville tomorrow
Austin Popham Irvlngtons enter
prising young druggists was in the city
Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs
Austin Popham
Mr and Mrs Caleb Hawkins have re
turned from a visit to their son Wesley
at Rockport and daughter Mrs Mary
Jarboe at Owensboro
Charlie Llghlfoot 01 Haweville who
is attending the Medical college at Lou
isville was the guest of his brother Dr
Forest Lightfoot last week
Mrs Dr S 8 Watkins and Miss Mary
Ridgely Griffith of Owensboro were
passengers on the east bound train for
Louisville Monday afternoon
Virgil Wilson after a weeks visit to
his parents Mr and Mrs J D Wilson
left Sunday evening for Louisville to re
sume his duties with the Government
Mr and Mrs Fred DeHaven and sla
ter Miss Barringei who spent the hol
idays with Mrs J R DeHaven left
Monday for their home in Louisville
There was 1433 marriage licenses is
sued during the year of 1809 by the
County Clerk of Jeffersonvllle Ind and
nine tenths of them are Kentucky peo
ple
Willie Mullen of Owensboro spent a
few days with his parents Mr and Mrs
Wm Mullen last week He has a po
sition with the Green River Tobacco Co
of that city
Matthew Murphy with the American
Tobacco Co and John Harrison manag
er of the Cumberland Telephone Co
have taken rooms over Heston Willie
Coa store
David W Fairlelgh and sons Frank
Houston and DuRelle of Louisville
spent Saturday with Mrs J D Babbage
They went to Brandenburg Sunday to
be with the family of Mr J W Lewis
thence returning home
Manager Qed of the Fair in this city
who has acquired the reputation of a
first class story teller and who is fall of
fun Is not happy at all Just ask him
what bas occurred He ia mourning over
the loser of a room mate
Higher heels are to be introduced for
the women and from this time forward
no woman can be considered in style
who does not stand upon a heel from an
inch and a quarter to an inch and three
quarters in height
Miss Florence Cottrell who baa been
attending the Logan Female college at
Rusaellville will not return there this
year but will enter Potter college at
Bowling Green Miss Ruth Haynes
daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes
will accompany her to the same institu
tion
tionGood
Good old Granny Metcalfe of Ken
tacky 89 years old save that Dr Bells
PineTarHoney ia the beet Grip Cure
Cough Lung and BronchIal remedy that
has been offered to the people during
her life Sold everywhere
The Machinery and Boiler Have Ar
rived For the Chair Factory
at Lewlsport
XxwiaroBT Kv Jan 2 SpecialThe I
machinery and boiler for the chair fac
toryare being placed in position in the
Parker building under the direction of
Mr Mat Combs of Cannelton who will
assume the management of the factory
when it is gotten in running order The
e tabllebm nt of this factory will be the
most important step ever taken toward
a material improvement in the manu
facturing interests of the town and every
encouragement should be given the pro
moters of the enterprise
III was nearly dead with dyspepsia
tried doctors visited mineral springs
and strew worse I used Kodol Dyspep
era Cure That cured me It digests
what you eat Cures indigestion sour
stomach heartburn and all forms of dy
epepsla A R Fisher
Exchange Party
The Exchange party given at the
home of Mr arid Mrs A R Fisher Fri
day evening was both a social and finan
clal success Tim youcgsr socltty t folks
were out in holiday attire and the
laughter caused by the opening of queer
looting packages resounded throughout
the house The exchange of bundles
was kept up most of the evening and
some packages though much defaced
from the constant transfer were in do
wand until a late hour while some were
hard slock anda dead load on their
owners haudj Tire young girls who
were Instrumental in arranging this
party deservu much credit
Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt nays
Our baby was covered with running
sorer DtiWitts Witch Hazsl Salve
cured her A specific for piles and skin
diseases Beware of worthless counter
MtsA R Fisher
Christmas Dance
The dance given by the yourg men
Wednesday evening at Vests hall in
honor of the visiting young ladies was a
pronounced eucces The floor was ginJ
the Cannelton band in fine trim and t ae
giddy whirl engaged in until the vee
small hours Those present were 1 Mrs
Wm Smart Mrs Thomas Ge Mrs
David Murray Mrs Etta Evan a i ses
Jennie Worfield Alltene Murr Funy I
Smith Florence Cottrell Nell ti < i gory
Grace Ferry Belle Brace Jh Uessie
May Hicks of Owensboro Mt J irboe
Margaret Elizabeth and 11M > ri Bow
mer Messrs James R Skill u w Eugene
Vest Fred Fralze Roy Hu ser Fred
Ferry Ohae Moorman Eitdt Babbage
Fred Delluy Jesse 1DnRelle
Faiileigh of Louisville ud David
Murray Jr also Walter Eva and
Eliza May
SANTA CLAUS
Arrives on the Hardlnsburg Freight to
Greet the Pastor of the Clover
Creek Church
On Saturday Dec 23rd 1 met one 0
my old friends from Hardinsburg and she
told me to look out for II old Santa
about two oclock that he was coming to
see us I took the hint and some
thing like the boy of 10 or 12 rushed
home to tell my good wife Welittle
ones and allrejoiced together over the
prospect of his coming The freight was
a little late that dayI was not but on
time and stayed until the train came
We of course expected to carry him up
In a market basketor on a wheelbarrow
but he required a wagonnot one box
but four Oh what a delightful time we
had opening those boxes And we
found flour meat coffee sugar molasses
lard butter three dressed chickens beef
roast and steak onionu apples candy
raisins one cake canned fruit and pre
serves bottle catsup j dozen napkins
one cuff and collar holder Well it may
be that I have left out something but if
1 did my dear flock at Clover creek did
not you see I
Solomon says there is a time to
speak and we also feel that there is a
time when we cant speak forth the
hearts gratitude So wife and I say
with the words of another We caanot
speak our feelings God gave me a
good people when He called me to
old Clover creek church He Is the giver
of every good gift you know and wife
and I as we talk about these things
often abed tears of joy and we also find
that Solomon was right when he said
there ia a time to keep silent Well
my dear flock at Clover creek what does
this all mean to us This giving and
receiving must mean on the part of
pastor and people Thanks be unto
God for His unspeakable gift with our
lives and deeds I love my people at
Clover creek and to know that I haye
their love in return ia indeed a joy and
comfort to their pastor We are doing a
good work at Clover creek and are ex
pecting better work there this year than
ever before I hope to bs able to rejoice
over our mission work this year I have
adopted a plan for that work and am ex
pecting every member to take part and
will be disappointed if they do not The
gift of Clover creek church from God
the II gift to the pastor from the church
calls forth thisII Thanks be to God for
His unspeakable glftthat was in
tended for II all the world Shall we all
not see that the world gets her part from
us Clover creek soldiers of the cross
Dear friends what I have said about
these things you sent us means more
than what Ihave said and what you have
given means more to your pastor than
the giftJT
JT LEWIS and Wire
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces Such articles
should neverbe used except on prescript
ion from reputable physicians as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
god you can possibly derive from them
Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by
F 3 Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains
nb mercury and is taken internally act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system In buying Halls
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu
Ink + It is taken internally and made in
Toledo Ohio by W J Cheney Co
Teljtimonlals free
Ifii Sold b Druggists price 7Gc per bot
tle
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Built of Flooring or Ceiling Lumber
t Uncle John Shouso who is familiar
ly known to every man and child in
Gloverpoit und Brtckenridgu county
and who Is getting along in veal had
the pleasure of eeelig the other day a
road wagon built 01 flooring or ceiling
lumber He says that it is a rare occur
rence to see a wagon constructed of such
material and in all probability it is the
only one in the State
RHEUMATISMCATARRH
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Bottle Free to Sufferers
It is the deep seated obstinate cases
of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B
B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat
ters not what other treatment doctors
sprays liniments medicated air blood
purifiers have failed to do B B B al
I ways promptly reaches the real cause
I and roots out and drives from the bones
joint mucous membrane and entire
system the specific poison in the blood
that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh
B B B is the only remedy strong
enough to do this and care so there can
never be a return of the symptoms
Dont give up hope but try B B B
Botanic Blood Balm or 3 BtLarge bot
ties SI 1 six bottles full treatment 5 at
drug stores B B B Is an honest reme
edy that makes real cures of all Blood
Diseases after everything else fails We
have absolute confidence in Botanic
Blood Balm i hence so you may test it
we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
on request and prepaid to NEWS readers
Personal medical advice tree Address
BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell St I
BEWLEYVILLE
Jesse Payne came home for the holi
daysMiss
Miss Gola Orendorf visited Miss Ollie
Payre recently
Miss Alberta Drury spent Christina
with her parents
James Drury of Brandenburg visited
his parents Christmas
Thor Cain was at home for the boll
days part of the time
Moorman Hardowoy will leave for
North Dakota this week
Miss BAda Drnry spent Christmas
week with the folks at home
Mr and Mrs Chas Gross of Clover
port are visiting their parents
Miss Mary Payne is now at home after
a long visit to her sister Mrs Gross
Miss Matt1e Lee Moorman was out
from Brandenburg visiting relatives
Mr J M Hardaway ia in Jefferson
to see his eon who is ill of pneumonia
Miss Blanche Jolly spent part of Xmas
week visiting friends in Meade county
Hubert and Joe Piggott are in lIar
dinsbnrg the guests of Mr and Mrs R
N Miller
MillerThos
Thos and Wathen Drury are visiting
Mr and Mrs Alonzo Moorman their
grandparentsDavid
David Hardaway was down at Glen
deane during Christmas the guest of
Miss Monnle Hunter
Mrs 0 HDrury returned to her home
Dec 23rd after spending a fortnight
with relatives at Carrolton
Miss Willa Drury who has been at
tending school at Pewee Valley is at
home on account of ill health
Phelps Walker is a school teacher
whose term is out and we now find him
at home He attended the State Insti
tute
We have bad two splendid old faahion
ed parties and are likely to have more
We have plenty of fun and think Iota of
each other
Severe cold weather gives us a splen
did ice harvest and makes visions of ice
cream and like good things already
gladden our minds
Hon W A Stith has gone to Frank
fort to represent Meade county Allen
is our good friend and neighbor but his
politics are noteuch that I can wish him
success in that line
Rev G B Overton agent for the
Twentieth Century Fund has visited
Bewleyvillo church There are more
places for money now than you ever did
see Hurry up everybody and get rich
Miss Florence Cain finished her school
in district 54 and returned to her home
Friday Dec 22nd The patrons of said
district are of the kindliest and know
well how to be good and generous to
those about them
Miss Ella Triplett one of our girls
and Mr Lee Loukard of Irvington were
married at the brides home Dec 27th
in the afternoon The attendants were
Misa Tula Lockard and Ola Smith and
though tho company was small the OCt
casion was one ot genuine enjoyment
Everyone wishes them wellGOLDEN
GOLDEN ROD
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I CONSUMPTION I
Inever I stops became the weather Jl
y l4 jThen j
V Then why stop taking A
W SCOTTS EMULSION J
If simply because Its summer w I
V Keep taking It It will heal your A I
lungs and make them strong for II
U another winter
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Notice of Contest I
Notice Is hereby given that Thos O
Tousey and others citizens and voters of
the Cloverport Magisterial district Breck
enrldga county Kentucky have this day
filed in the Corks office of the Btecken
ridge County Court a written statement
of their grounds of contest of the election
held in the Cloverport Magisterial dis
trict on the lUtli day of December ISO
upon the proposition whether or not
spirituous vinous or malt liquors should
bu sold bartered or loaned therein and
whether said law and prohibition should
apnly to druggists therein and have
caused a copy of raid statement to be
served on the County Judge of tills
county This Is the J3J day of Decem
ber 1899
berIS09Clavton
Clavton Keys
Joe B Smart
J W Maltingly
Jag B Pace Jr
J1I Pheltin
J Barnettt Fisher
Price Graham
Ulrich Farber
Chas W Ilamruan
Clayton Croesou
Murray Murray < s Severs Attorneys
News From Frankfort
The Daily State Demccrat Frankforts
new paper with full proceedings of the
Legislature erch day and all the inter
eating inside political gossip of this mo
mentous session will be sent you the en
tire session for one dollar cash Send
dollar bill check or order at once to
KENTUCKY STATE DEMOCRAT
409 Main Street Frankfort Ky
Send one dollar to the Frankfort Dally
State Democrat and get that paper dur
ing the entire session Full proceedings
published each day and particulars re
I garding the contests for State offices
Complimentary to Quests
One of the most enjoyable occasions of
the week was the entertainment given
by Mr and Mrs John A Barry in honor
of their guests Misses Pearl Benham
Big Bend Maud Rice Greenville and
Daisy Rice Hopkiusville Delicious re
freshments were served and the folio
ing guests ale indebted to the Mayor
and his wife for a pleasant evening
Misses Georgia White Josie Rnltt Al
hone Murray Margaret Elizabeth and
Marion Bowmer Meson Denton Hen
derson Fred Frofze Eugene Vest Chas I
Moorman Fred Ferry Roy Ho > Ber 0 T
i and J R Skillman
SkillmanLadles
Ladles Reading Club
The Ladles Reading Club was delight
fully entertained by Miss Kate Oglesby
Thursday afternoon Although the
weather was not especially favorable the
attendance was good and the always
hospitable Oglesby home was the scene
of much mirth and merriment Mrs
Fralze read a selection by Thomas Nel
son Page and a new book was begun
New Years Tea
Mrs A B Skillman gave an informal
tea on New Years night in honor of
Miss Addie Ditto of Louisville and Miss
Lucille Sterett of Hawesvllle
Kindergarten Party
Little Miss Lucille LaNeave enter
tained her kindergarten schoolmates at
a candy pulling Tuesday afternoon
Santa Claus had been very generous lit
her home and her little friends were
there to help her enjoy his gifts
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John U Mattiagly
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H L Snider
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M 1 W Mitchell I
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F LlWitfoot
Henry bolbig
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Butincu Collrce Loullrillf KY Apply to
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IwANrEOA few energetic ladles and gentle
men wanted tu canvass Above salary guar
anteed Call or address J B U1UGS Stenh
enapon Ky
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BREED the kind that win as the record ol my
bed at Indianapolis and Sprin field this year
Will anent 1 showed only animals 01 my own
breeding and captured a good percentage ol the
desirable prizes The prlee winning boar Head
light Jr 43999 and old Artful rote roth In
service JIs nr their tel lor sale My brood
cowl are of best American and Eulilh strains
Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON
I Loulivlll Kv
FARM JOUR
IIFARM II
I NAL 5 YEARS
I PAY UP AND GET BOTH PAPERS
AT THE PRICE OF ONE
We want to Ret 1000 subscribers to our
paper by New Years and are going to do
it if we can we therefore continue our
arrangement with the Farm Journal by
which we can send TUB BBECKENBIIHJE
NEWS and the Farm Journal 5 years
both for 100 And we make the same
offer to all oid subscribers who will pay
all arrearages and one year in advance
You know what our paper is and the
Farm Journal Is a gem practical pro
gressive a clean honest useful paper
full of gumption full ofsunshine with
an immense circulation among the best
people everywhere You oueht to take it
NOTICE I
We are going to send you soon a sam
ple copy of the Farm Journal free and
let It speak for Itself Lookout forit
I i ii i i i Y
i n Isnt your carpet almost i
gone If it is
i Dont Delay I
iBut i come to SULZERS and
thoroughly examine their line i
ithoroughly i
i oftass gIn r s j g s j
In all colors T
IThe I goods is of American
manufacture and is guaran
guarani i i
ispeak i
speak highly of its wearing 2
qualities and are better sat
i isfied than if they had bought i
ii i
nn 4 e >
The goods are open for
inspection and when once
seen there isnt any doubt
doubti i
but what youll want enough Y
i to cover a room
I SULZERS i
j Phone 5a4Ring 2 i
A Happy New Year i
And many thanks for your
past p patronage
Begin the new year in the right path
by trading at
Meade Countys
Largest Store
Here your wants can be supplied at the
Lowest Price
This month we enter upon our great
greatSacrifice
Odds and Ends
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making room for
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SPRING GOODS
It is a RARE BARGAIN SALE and
t all kinds of goods must go regardless of
priceAll departments are overloaded
with good values and it will pay
not to let this month Go By
without examining the many val
ues
M MEYER
BIG SPRINGS KY
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POLIO SALE AT IRVINGTON
On January 27th there will be sold to the
highest and best bidder five Town Lots in the
Town of Irvington together with the College
building Desks etc contained therein
Terms of sale made known on day of sale
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