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'2 JMV - " p'ft -V"" f,.i ..iuC ' ' 8i","f''i''n 4 tfJr JbaaoKi&MfiiDGalMfiws. ttLovftttfok. ttv. Breckenridge News, . WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1893. , Programme of the ferry County l Farmers' IaiUtnet, to Be Hold . 'v4atXome. Ind.. December. w - ..- .,?.;. , oui ana uw, iouo. rillST SESSION, DECEMBER 8TH. FBIDAV, 0 A. M. Called to order by president, F. M. Polk, of Tobinsport. Song i.by (Jholr. Prayer . . . He v. J. M. Itob.nson. Addres3of AVclcome, Itov. II. Qrovcs, ltomo. Permanent Organization. Public Roads. . .Peter Feeley, Ijopold. Bees and Honey, Production, Illustrated, E. Collins, Carrael. Winter Care o! .. 0. A. Robinson, Fountaintown. How to Utilize Oar Wild Lands ...Hon. "1JIlGroves,Ronie. Introduction, announcements and assigning hotels and adjourn to 1 p. m. SECOND SESSION, DECEMIIEn 8T1I, FRIDAY, 1 1 M. Clover and How to Mako the Most of It, JohnSterrett, Skillman, Ky. Tillago and Soil Fertility. .E. II. Collins. The Value of Small Fruits, C. A. Robinson. Profits in Short-horn Cattle . . .P. Smith, Prospero. Butter Making. MUSIC AND KECESS. ( Tho best kind to grow; Potatoo Culture,-! How to market; I Does it pay? II. Shank, Sr., Rome. Farm Machinery. . . . J. II. Groves, Rome. Tho Culture of Flowers in the, Home, Miss Josie Schank, Rome. Query Box, THIRD SESSION, DECKMI1EK 8TII, FItlDAY, 7 P. M. , MUSIC. Business Methods in Farming. . . .E. II. Collins. Can a Farmer afford to have a Garden, C A. Robinson. Tho Horse for tho Farmer, Its Breeding and Rearing Jno. Cody, Koine. MUSIC AND HEIESS. Raising Chickens Miss Cora Wade, Rome. Economy in Making Hay Q. K. Groves, Tobinsport. Botany on tho Farm . . .Miss Ida Baker, Rome. Commercial Fertilizers, ....W. F. Eitel- gcorge, Rome. Bread Making Mrs. D. L. Schank, Rome. Profit in Jersey Cattle. . .A. W. Walker, Branchville. FOUnil SESSION, DECEMIIEn 9ril, 8ATUIIDAY, 9 A. M. MUSIC. Profits on a Hill J. N. Dodson, Tell City. Mako Homo Attractive Smith Mc- Callister, Bristow. Farm Fences C. A. Robinson. Potato Culture E. II. Collins. MUSIC. Tho Relation of the Hill Farmer as a Grazer, to the Bottom Farmer as a Feeder . . . W. F. Mason, Cannolton. MUSIC AND RECESS. Tho Clover Crop C. A. Robinson. Mako Homo Attractive Mrs. ILL. Schank, Rome. Select Com II. W. Carman, Clo- erport. Profits in Small Fruits and Kind to Grow II. W. Polk and J. D. Cockrell, Tob- inBport. Preparing Stock for Market Hon. W. E. Minor, Addison, Ky. FIFTH SESSION, DECEMI1EK 9TIt, SATURDAY, --.,., 1 P. M. ' ' MUSIC. Care of a Rolling Clay Farm . . . ;. C. A. Robinson. Tho Preparation of a Seed Bed E. II. Collins. The Fowls tho Farmer Should Raise, A. W. Cummings, Derby. What Varieties of Apples Should Wo Plant?.. . . W. S. Ashby, Cloverport. Should a Farmer's Wife Kaiso Flowers ? Mrs. J. J. Wheeler, Komo. Necessity of Organization Among Farm-era C. A. Robiuson. Education of Farmer's Boys Prof. Wecdmaii, Cannolton. Practical Experience and Profits in Tilo Draining Dr. Butler, Troy. SIXTH SESSION, DECEMUER Otll, SATURDAY, 7 P. M. MUSIC. What I Know About Farming T. E. Huston, Cannolton. Corn Culture on Clay Soil C. A. Robinson. Recitation F.A.Evans, Toll City. How to Reclaim a Worn-out Farm J. F. Wheeler, Rome. Boys and Girls on tho Farm C. A. Robinson. MUSIC. Literature for Farmers Mrs. I. L. Whitehead, Rome. How to Pick, Pack and Ship or Market Small Fruits.... N. B. Sanders, Elections and selecting place for next year's Institute. MUSIC. Query Box. All Ills That Fills Aro good for arc treated mora successfully by Parks'Tea. Is not a griping or pain.yet moves tho bowels every day. A, R. Fisher, druggist. ALwoman may bo as beautiful as HelenW Troy and as alluring as tho Serpent of tho Nile, yet if she bo not cheerful sho is altogether incapablo of winning and keeping affection after it is fweS. This pld world is on the lookout RorTall that i bright and gay. There is so much of sorrow lurking in every corner that wo want to turn our backs upon 4lt wlieaover wo can; therefore a woman to Co appreciated iu home and social lifo must bd. liko a ray of sunshino rather than a cloud, no mutter how beautiful that cloud may be. PINCHECOE. I Lincoln Smith Fills Up With Bad ' Whisky and. Makes a Raid On a Big Revival Meet- - ' . inf. -, A TERROR TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD. Other paits of Hancock county besides Hawcsville It seems aro inftstcd with desperadoes and law-breakers. On last Tuesday night Lincoln Smith' and his pals filled themselves up on whisky and proceeded to Friendship church in tho buck part of the county, which is now the sconn of a bin revival, with tho express intention of raising a row. During services they disturbed tho minister and congregation by boisterous, loud talking and at intervals would leavo tho church to take n drink from n largo bottlo Smith carried in his pocket. After tho meeting had closed Smith laid in wait, for one Bosham, against whom ho held an old grudge, armed with a knife that would mako an Italian stileto blush from a sense of inferiority, and when ho discovered that lie had missed him made a mad rush through a crowd of women and children, yells and oaths that frightened them half to death. Bashnui had armed himself with a regular Irish shelalah and gone peacefully home. Basliam is a good, law-abiding citizen and highly respected farmer. Smith didn't find Basliam and no further occurred. Lincoln Smith has for the last few years made a business of attending protracted meetings, or iu fact church services of any kind and breaking them up with his rowdy actions. Ho was released just a short time ago from the Ohio county jail at Hartford, where he M'rvpil n form for an offense, tho nature 'of which was the same as that of last Tuesday night. Such as lie, who are such demons, and terrors to their neighborhood, should be dealt with more severely by tho law when within its toils. Any man who has no more respect for himself, or his friends and family than to take a delight in disturbing religious worship, is not as good as tho "yaller" dog that follows the average larmer to mill. Hancock Clarion. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. Some years ago wo were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of tho symptoms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea etc., we becomo 6cary. We have found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Beniedy tho very thing to straight-en ono out in such coses, and always kept It about. Wo are not writing this for a pay testimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing. to keep handy in tho house. For sale by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, ELIZABETHTOWN N'KWS It is reported hero among railroad people that tho L. & N. will shortly Msposo of that part of the Cecilian Branch between West Point and Louisville to the Texas Road either by sale or lease. Jackson's store at St. John's was broken into ono day last week and a few articles of small value were stolen. Revs. J. C. Willett and Ben Hagan have closed a meeting at Muldraugh with thirteen additions to tho church. Arbor Day was observed by tho College boys and over forty pretty shade Irees wore set out on tho beautiful Campus. At a meeting tho Board of Trusteed Monday night the two banks of tho town offere'd to compromise tho tax question by paying on tho basis of 70 per cent of their capital stock and surplus. The bank men took tho position that this was as high as the other property of tho town was valued and they ought not to bo made to pay on full cash valuation and other property assesed at one-half or two-thirds of its value. Tho trustees admitted to tho logic of this position and agreed to accept seventy por cont. which tho banks acceeded to. HAWESVILLE. Clarion.; New cjrn is selling at 33 cents per bushel on this market. Six months from dato this county will bo "bilin" with local politics. Thus one election is no sooner over than another is on hand warmer than its predecessor. Mrs. Stephen Baker, tho wife of section Foreman Baker, who had charge of of this division of tho road from its construction until a year ago, died ut her homo in Henderson Saturday evening. Circuit Clerk R, T. Chambers has completed u transcript in tho caso of against tho "Texas" Ry., to bo sent to tho Court of Appeals that covers 214 pages. Simms Thomas has been assigned by Collector Powers to a position at Marion Crittenden county. It is said to bo ono of tho best places in tho district. Tho now factory was dedicated in splendor last night. Tho Jackson string band gave a grand ball and tho loveliness of creation was apparently dumped a few rods south of tho depot., Tho building was appropriately sent on its mission of good by having a bottlo of wino smashed over it's noso at tho hands of tho most beautiful young lady in town, while within a dudo ruined an 'eleven dollar pair of pants by sitting on a bottlo of whisky. Sinfire Is tho title of our NEW STORY. Soon to appear in tbeso columns. A MAN IN PETTICOATS THE QUEER NOTION OF AN OLD SOLDIER CITIZEN OF MAINE. He Ha n Mora Costly Feminine Wnrilrnlie Than Any Woman In Town Villon of Lace, HuClei, Etc. Weigh 180 I'uuiiils, but Wear a Woman' No. 0 Shoe. Commnnder James Robbins of tho locnl post O. A. It., Cooper's Mills, Lincoln county, in this state, is one of tho prominent men of his community, n citizen general)) esteemed as a mnn of integrity and intelligence. Mr. Robbins has n brilliant wur record as a member of tho Thirtieth Malno. Ho has lived in tho vlllago slnco 1883 and is a jeweler. His houso is a neat cottago hotiso on tho brow of tho hill as ono drives into tho Mills. In tho narrow front hallway is Mr. Robbins! bench, latho and tools, nud hero you will find him placidly working away nt tho tiny wheels and springs. If you aro on sufficiently intimate terms with Mr. Robbins you will find him indulging in l's hobby. Ho has ono, llko tho most of us. In his caso tho hobby is startlingly picturesque, and it may bo safely said that ho is tho most original man in tho stato of Maine, so far as Ids curious fancy is concerned. Ho wears petticoats. Not when ho goes down street for tho mail and to do his marketing. At theso times ho slips on tho masculine pautjloons. Yet ho docs not wear his trousers, even, llko ordinary masculinity. No suspenders for hiin. Ho wears n sort of dress waist, and his trouBers aro buttoned tightly about his hips. Ho always wears a woman's number six shoe, with high heels and graceful, slender Bhape. Mr. Robbins weighs something like 180 pounds, and tho effect produced by those shoes peeping coyly out from beneath manly trouser legs is startling, to say tho least. Mr. Robbins doesn't mince or toddlo, and his shoes seem to fit him pretty well. Ho reserves his petticoats for tho sanctity of tho homo circle, for tho partial retirement of Ids orchard and for calls npon neighbors with whom his acquaintance is close. Mr. Robbins isn't squeamish about showing himself in petticoats. Ho enjoys wearing them, ho has worn them wheu opportunity has presented all his lifo long, and ho wears them scientifically too. In tho first place, there's no half way business about it. Every detail of femiuino attire is there, and Mr. Robbins is rightly fussy about tho details. There is no woman in Cooper's Mills who owns so many dresses of such excellent material as does tho commander of tho Cooper's Mills post. Ho takes pride in having only tho best. His lingerie is elaborately tucked and ruffled, edged witli liico and fashionrd according to tho most approved models of any lady's wardrobe. The material is of tho finest quality, and wLen Mr. Robbins lifts his skirts tho eyo gets ft vision of ruflles, lace and "all such like" of duzzing whiteness and immaculato smoothness. Ho is very particular about his Ironing. Everything must bo starched "up to tho handle," whatever that is, and sometimes Mrs. Robbins finds her hands full and her clotheshorse loaded down liko a pack donkey. Amazed neighbors, who were net fully nwuro of tho extent of Mr. Robbins' hobby, havo been obliged to ask for more details, when Mrs. Robbins has laconically informed them thai "it is Jim's ironing." Mr. Robbins' hosiery is of tho long sort, and it is currently rumored that tho stockings are hitched up at the sides. His corsets he has madq especially for his girth, and theso ho wears continually. His shape is fairly good, especially when he dresses up for afternoons. In tho morning ho wears print gowns, for ho us.sints iu tho housowork. Almost every morning Mr. Robbins in his print gown is seen sweeping off tho piazza and whisking about tho kitchen. Ho wears petticoats at homo almost exclusively, putting on his garb as soon as ho enters tho house. For afternoon wear his gowns nro elaborate Souio of them aro iiuulo by Mr. Robbins, and 6omo are fashioned by local dressmakers. Ono cashmero dress is quite a favorite, and this is frequently worn by Mr. Robbins when ho promenades 'in the orchard. Ho has lots of theso good clothes, all of fashionable cut, puffed sleeves, and with all tho fixings that go to lend grace and dignity. Usually ho wears an apron und especially so when at his bench. Tho upron is whito ordinarily and has a bib with ruffled straps and pockets. Therefore does Mr. Robbins present a somewhat unique as ho works away of afternoons or sits and converses with his wife. Look ut tho gown and yon see a stylishly attired woman, but tho faco is very mannish indeed. Mr. Robbins would be marked iu any crowd. His faco is full, and ho wears u jet black mustacho that possibly owes its color to art. His hair Is long." black and curly, his voico is deep and full, und there's nothing effeminate about him except his attiro. Lowiston Journal. i Soapitone In China. Tho Chinese in utilizing soapstono, which is found in their country in large quantities, mnko of it trays for pens, slabs for rubbing ink, flower vases, boxes, sandal wood burners, flower baskets, candlesticks, chessmen, cups, bowls and lamps, nil sorts of emblems, animals and the idols which tho disciples of Confucius revcro with so much favor. A Hard Problem. A certain debating society is discussing tho question us to which is the husband who goes homo and finds that tho dinner is not ready or tho wife who has dinner ready and whoso husband does not come home. It is vol that the debato will end in a draw. Wellington's Magazine. Jiut tho Time. Jack How would it do for me to speak to your fattier tonight? Jess Best timo in tho world." no got tho bill for my new bonnet just before we started for our drivo. Exchange. Hound to Have a Nap. Conductor (giving him .a shake) Tickets! Sleeping Suburbanite (pushing his hand away No, you don't, Marial If you want that baby walked with, you can walk with him yourself. I'm going to get somo sloop tonight, by jocks, if 1 miss CO trains! Chicago Tribune Efforts to domesticato tho quail havo been persisted in by many peoplo, but generally with Indifferent results. Robert Jenkins of Richmond, Ind., howovcr, claims to havO recently tamed a brood of quail, who live on his premises, showing no indication that they prefer the woods and fields. DESCRIDE YOUR FRIEND. AJlllitii Hi-e llovr Well Your, Picture Will Fit Score of Other.' "Ho was a young man and fairly good looking: smooth face and without classes; wore a dark suit: was about 5 feet in height nud looked liko a married Hum. Anybody-would know him." Such whs the description turned In by u young woman who slipped quietly into tho city editor's ofllco and wanted to advertise forChalmers. Itupicared that Chalmers had left home, and nobody know why, and this young woman had faith that her recital of his personal traits would bring him back. It wns a good example of tho average person's power of description of n fellow being. It is totally inadequate.! Though mnn bo fearfully and wonderfully made, thcro seems to bo an unaccountable inability in nino persons out of every t n to givo a crcditablo word picture of any ono whom they havo seen. Becauso wo' understand tho looks of n jicrson when wo meet them, it never occurs to tho mind that other peoplo do not grasp u thorough idea of his nppeurnuco with a few passing phrases of description. Your friend comes iu, and you ox-pound to him that such and such u man baa just called for him, butalmost invariably your exposition is a jumbled lot of phrases which apply to tho human racn in general. Tho other day when I rushed into my ofllco room with n column story on the end of my tongue or ut tho tip of my pou, to be more accurate I was given tlds greetiiig: "Hello! A man has just been in to see you." "Wlint did ho look llke'i" "Oh, bo wns n good looking fellow not very tall, rather heavy, but not too much so." "Wns ho old or youngf "About 20 or 25, 1 should say." "What color of hair?" "I don't remember now. Howover, I don't think ho had a mustache." "How dressed?" "Oh, just nn ordinary business sultf" Havo you over heard such a description? If not, watcli yourself next timo you tell of somo one's call. You will bo surprised to .find that your description would fit almost any member of tho human ruqe. Why is it? I don't know. Wo. read in books that it's becauso wo don't cultivnto tho habit of intelligent observation. Thcro was onco u boy who learned how to describo what ho saw. Every morning ho was scut by bin father to walk rapidly by nn elegantly arranged window, ami then afterward to repent to him all tho things he saw at this ono glance nt tho panorama and to describo them. At first the lad could remember but few things that his eyo may havo caught iu tho passing glance, but in timo ho could remember almost everything in a show window by merely seeing it once. Boston Herald. At the Mutilcure'. Tho manicuro with tho golden hair was bendiug over tho baud of a now customer. "Do you want your hands bleached?" sho asked. "Yes." Sho applied tho bleach, using more than tho ordinary quantity upon tho thumb and forefinger of the right hand. After working for about fivo minutes she stopped and said: "It is always difficult to remove nicotine with tho first application." gasped tho Bociety girl, elevating her eyebrows. "Nicotine? What do you mean?" "Tho cigurett'es, you know," replied tho manicure. "It's perfectly uwful how they stain tho fingers, ain't it?" And she smiled a smilo that oven tho society girl couldn't resist. That inudothem friends, and they fell to discussing tho different brands of cigarettes. And when tho job was dono tho society girl whispered: "What'll take tho stain off?" "Uso lemon juice I do we all do." "Thanks." New York Herald. About Opals. The prejudice agaiust opals appears to bo disappearing. Anyhow they are popular. Tiiere are several varieties of opals and therefore several degrees of merit. Tho precious, or noble, or oriental opal is the supreme. This has all tho colors, and when theso colors nro broken into spangles it is then called tho harlequin opal. Then comes tho firo opal, or with hyacinth red and yellow reflection. Tho former comes from Hungary, tho latter from Mexico. Tho common, or sciniopnls, aro nonopalesccnt. Tho or oculus mundi, is but becomes so by immersion in water or any transparent fluid. Tho cachnloug is nearjy opaquo and of a bluish whito color. The hyalite is colorless, pellucid and wldto. Tho opal jasper or wood opal is tho petrifaction of wood, opalescent, but without tho coloring which makes tho "noble" gem so Chicago Tribune. Working For a Holiday. An Englishman stopping at ono cf the hotels was commenting upon tho extreme restlessness and incessant go of Americans. Ho said, "You Americans havo such a beastly idea of the compensation of work." "What do you mean?" questioned a Pittsburger standing near by. "Oh, you peoplo work for money," was tho explanation. "I don't seo nnythlng beastly about that," was tho retort. "May I ask for what you Englishmen work?" "Why, wo work for ourholldny," was tho reply. Pittsburg Dispatch. Vienna. Vienna is of nearly circular form, Doing 13 miles in circumference. Tho old city, or city proper, is, howover, scarcely three miles round. It was formerly by fortifications. Immediately outside of theso was a wldo esplanade called the Glacis, which has been elegantly built up and is called Ringstrasso, ono of tho most r. p'.ondid streets in tho world. Brooklyn Kugla. Every crowned head of Europo, with tho exception of that of Turkey, is descended from ono of two sisters, tho daughters of Duko Ludwig Rudolf of Brunswick - Wolfenbuttel, who lived about ISO years ago. At there is a museum founded by Oscar von Frockenbeck, which contains files of specimens of more than 17,000 different uowspapers. 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And yet the big mnn, who is always good humored and who smiles on slight provocation, is n popular member of congress. Thcro is everything in tho way that "I object" is kdd. The tono can carry mallco or anger or honest opposition. Colonel Kilgoro says "1 object" with such utter disregard of personal considerations nnd with such unfailing regularity that ho .has disarmed tho resentment which usually falls upon objectors. St. Louis Smelling Out Hunk 1J11U. If a bill must bo sent in a letter, the safest plan is to roll it tightly into tho shapo of a lamplighter and lay It in the fold of tho sheet inclosed. Arranged in that fashion, tho fact that it is money cannot well be distinguished by the "feel." A thread, with a knot at tho end, will not bo so likely to fetch a fragment of tho fiber paper when drawn by means of a necdlo through tho envelope, nnd tho smell of it will bo less perceptible. So peculiar is the effluvium belonging to bank or treasury notes that experts at tho bureau of engraving say that thny can distinguish them when sealed in envelopes by tho noso every time. A thief onca showed to government detectives who had caught him thatho could pick out, whilo blindfolded, from a pile of 400 letters every ono of seven which contained paper cash merely by scent. Washington Star. Tolleniache' Consideration. Of tho Into Lord Tolleinaeho's consideration for others an amusing instance has been related by his brother. One day, at Pockfortod. ho caino down earlier than was his wont und happened to look into the drawing room. He found tho room "not dono" und littered with brushes and dusters. Extremely displeased ho rang tho bell impetuously, and the inculpated housemaid was summoned, but when .sho appeared, instead of administering the intended rebuke, ho apologized to her for coming into the room so early, and was so full of excuses for his untimely visit that rflio said at last, "Prny, don't mention it, my lord." London Tit-Bits. aialtu Drinking Water. "Tho best water I ever drank," writes a correspondent, "was at Malta, where it is collected on tho flat roofs, which aro most carefully cleaned preparatory to tho heavy full of rain which takes place when tho weather breaks tho first or second week in September. Ever1 houso has below it nn immense tank, often of tho sumo area as the house, and about IS feet deep, and into this pours tho beautiful fresh water, which comes np cool and sparkling when wanted." Scared Ilnough to Dye. "See here," Bald tho man who had married a widow, "hasn't your hair turned gray rather suddenly slut-e we were wed?" "Oh," said she, "that's from frjght. I was so scared when you proposed tome, don't you know!" Indianapolis Journal Tho strongest animals in the world aro those that livo -on a vcgotablo diet, say tho vegetarians. Tho lion is ferocious rather than strong. Tho bull, horse, reindeer, elephant and autolopo, all conspicuous for strength nnd euduranco, choose n vegotablo diet. When you speulc of bees, dosignato tho kind referred to. Thero are 4,000 species popularly known as "wild bees," 3,200 being natives of the Americas, Britain lias 70 species of bees and 10 of wasps. Of tho latter thero uro 170 species known to entomologists. In tho Vatican library-there is a treatise on dragons, a manuscript in a single roll 800 feot long and u foot wldo, the material of which is said to bo tho "tanned gut of a great dragon." A woman wearing stuys us loosely as is possible for such articles to be worn ezorts a pressuro of 40 pounds on the which they compress. Such figures in cold print are startHntr. 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I uswl ten cents 1 tho 1 strongest chewing tobacco 11 ihiy.H rn n to flvo cigars; or I would micko' 1 firf V III tw flf 1 nllllCCO. llH O CllCWCd - TI'nTH. 1111(1 tWO DUt'kliCVS cured mo o 1 havo no dvsiic for It. U.M.JAVLOKD, Leslie, Allcll. Donna FErnr. N. Y. - Gentlembn: Some time ago I sent fiirTiibnrro Habit. I received was both a heavy smokeraud chewer, three days. J nip cured. MATHEVV J01INBOS,I'.O.Box5. PiTTsnuitaii. Pa. try vour Tablet. Ho ws BR Heavy nnu Tablets but three days lioquii uriiiKing waited four month boforo writing lours truly. MKS. HELEN JtOnniSON. Cincinnati. Ohio, havo performed amlraclo In my caso. and havo been cured bythotisooi my part. v. L. lAJitUAi PRICES" you will miss it if you don't display in QOODS See our rpeclal silo In $10.00 OVERCOATS, Beats All. Men'i Suit! $6.48 north, $10.00 Men'i Suits $7 00 worth 11 00 Ono Let Doo Skin Jeans PnnU fir... 1.24 One Lot Men's odd Coats I.kbs than Cost. Youth Suits for $.1.50 worth i.00 We hare the latest Noveltlei in Home Spun, Double Breasted Children Salts 93a to 5.00 One Lot Men's Suits .Melton Double Breasted for $10.00 worth 16.00 of our $1.24 BOOTS. Shoo and Boot sale will continue low prices. DON'T MiSS IT. BARGAIN STORE. Yeakel & Co., ' BRANDENBURG, KY.' nnLjmtt7JxwmBGmnw3REmm V Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby was sick, wo caro her Castoria. When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria, of When sho becomo Miss, sho clung to Castoria, When she had Children, sho care them Cast orla. DIRECTORY. oiitruiTcouii''. a Convenes at Hnrdinsburg second Monday In February, May and October. be T. R. McBenth, Judge, Leltohfield, Ky. Weed S Cholf, Commonwealth's Attorney, Eliiabethtown, Ky. V O. Dabbsge, Master Commissioner, liar dinsburg, Ky. Como a jumping, Hop in a pair EXCELLS ALL. Our gteat special until January iBt, at these unreasonable THE LEADING CASH Geo. Tho Origin of Sfiirclilnc. The course of history carries us back no further than the year for the origin of starching in London. It was in that year that MiEtress Van der Plasso camo with her husband from Flanders to tho English metropolis "for their greater safoty," and thero professed herself a sturdier. Tho best housowives tho time were not long in discovering tho excellent whiteness of tho "Dutch linen," as it wns culled, and Mistress Plasse Boon had plenty of good paying clients. Some of theso began to send her ruffs of lawn to starch, which she did so excellently well that it becauio saying that if any ono sent her a ruff made of a spider's web sho would ablo to starch it. So greatly did her reputation grow that fashiouublo dninea went to her to learn tho art and mystery of starching, for which they gladly paid a premium of 4 or 5, und for the secret of seething starch they paid gladly a farther sum of 520 shillings. Now York World. A Ilulr Spllltlne IlUhop. It is rrcoided of u certain lmir splitting English bishop, who was accustomed to I'Oinposu his "churgtti" in the train, nud whom desk wasulwiiys placed opposito to him, that lie iuvuriubly treated it as though it w"ru u living Tho train being very full 'oil one occasion, u would bo passenger Inquired if this pluco was taken, unci the blsli?p, with his suiiiileHt Hiuile; expressed regret that thero was uu room. "I don't think that wus (piito right, my lord," said ona of his fellow passengers. "What was not right?" iuiinired Ids lordshfp urbanely. "To say that the pluce wus taken." "Pardon me, I did not say that it was taken; 1 was particularly careful to use tho word 'occupied.'" San Francisco Argonaut. He Wus u Senutor. Senator Allen of Nebruska is a big, burly mail who looks like u prosperous dealer in livo stock. Shortly ufter his arrivul in Washington he was stopped at tho door of tho senate chamber by a new doorkeeper, who informed him that no ono save seuutors was allowed on the floor. Mr. Allen siniltd t'udly, waved his hand and sulds "Very well, sonuy, I'm a senator. I don't look 'it, I know, but I am, just tho same," aud passed into tho sacred precincts. Chicago Herald. Iler Preference "How is it your littlo baby sister goes to sleep as soon as your futher takes h,er?" Little Four-year-old I 'spco'it's 'causo eho'd rather do that than stay uwako and hear him sing. Beau Mondo. Their Heifer. Dloomfield There aro very fow infidels in Arizona, New Mexico and the other territories. Bollelteld Is that so? Bloomlleld Yes; ovory man there believes iu a future stato. Pittsburg e . K. ltbodes, BticrlU, McDanels, Ky. f Charles Miller, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Deputies I W. f. Itamsey, Cloverport, Ky. I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky, R. 8. Skillman, Clerk, ilardinsburg, Ky. Frank Ileavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jxllor, Ilardinsburg, Ky. COUNTY COD1KT Convenes third Monday In each month. Thomas Adklison, Judge, Ilardinsburg Ky. Milton Doard, Attorney, Ilardinsburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, Ilardinsburg, Ky. titi,itri:m.v couirr. Convenes fourth Monday In March, Juno-September and December "' ITIAI.INTEItlAl. DISTRICTS. IUbdiksbubo. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Mondsy in March, June September and Decs tuber. Magistrates, lien T. Miller and Lum Ulack, Constable, Lee Dish-op. Ucrdlnsburg City Court. J. II. Uuiby, Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshal; V. O. Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday In Marih, June, September and December. Clovkrport. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday In March, Jure, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, June, September 4e December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfuot. Marshal, James Ilambleton. Maglstrstes, Henry U. Dean, Rock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, McDauiels. Comlabl, Geo. W, Durton, Ruth. Co2s at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Morr day In March, June, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays alter the Monday in said months. IIUD80viLL. Magistrates, Custer i Henry 0. Drne, Hudson, Constable John Nevltt, Constantlne, Courts at on Wednesday succeeding tbo second Monday In Maroh, June, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following tho tamo months. Bewlktvillk. Magistrates, Riley ,Dowell, Irrington ; 0. 0. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John Piled. Courts at Dewley vllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday riK, March, Juqe, September and D;cember,andnt Webster on Saturday. Union Stb Magistrates, Jamos J, Severs, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stepbensport. Constablo, Jabes Haynes. Courts at Urlon Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday in Maroh, June, September and and at Stephensport on Thursday, FISCAL COUItT. At Ilardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October, Bcv. F. C. Igluliiii't, Now York, writes: "Acorn on tliotoo Is a thorn Iu tlio flesh, which C. . C. Certain Corn Cure' iitoatmcf clfuily removes,"