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the diseased mem t
brftne resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in thp
Bead quickly ItoMAt CTUCIl
stores tho Senses of NAY FE W fell
o Taste and Smell Full size 50 eta at Drug
gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents
Ely Brothers 50 Warjan Street New York
She Breckenridge News
WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1900
PERSONAL
AND LOCAL
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What time will the clock stop
Cottage for rent Ameil Oelze
May magazines at the News office
Mrs John D Gregory is improving
Mrs Polk went to Louisville Monday
Mrs Gibson went to Sample Satur
day
Dr Lightfoot was in Louisville last
week
weekMay
May magazines for sale at the News
officeMr
Mr Baker of Patesvllle was here
Sunday 1
Miss Julia Wroe has returned home
from college >
Mr Phelps is the guest of his ion
David Phelps
Mrs Joe Tom Mattingly went to Lou
isville yesterday
Mrs Abe Skillman has returned home
from Louisville
UMiss Florence Woods is ill at her
Y home on the bill
Nev > all paper to suit every purpose
tiat T F Sawyers
Mrs Mike Hendricks was in town
Monday shopping
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Claude Mercer of Hardinsburg was
in the city Saturday
Mrs Martha Noble has returned
home from Owensboro
Misses Cauley of Owensboro were
here Saturday shopping I
Thos M Rogers and Bert Wells
went to Owensborb Monday
Miss Carrie Lee Tucker was in
1Stephensport 1 Friday shopping
Miss Roberts of Irvington is the
guest of Miss Margaret Carter
C Vic Robertson went to Lexington
Monday to attend the horse sales
i Mr Martin of Greenville has been
the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven
Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis is the
guest of Mr and Mrs A R Fisher
I Mr and Mrs Henry Pate and son
sonf f
It will pay you to go to Conrad
Sippel the Shoe Man for your shoes
Miss May Zirckle of Louisville spent
the weekend with Miss Lillian Sippel i
Mrs Jolly went to Sample Sunday to
attend the funeral of Miss Ella Gibson
Miss Florie Hardin of Holt arrived
V Thursday to visit MrsEmma Skillman
Mr and Mrs Barry Morrison and
J children returned from Louisville Mon
day s V
Clyde Morrison and little daughter
Miss Mildred went to Louisville Sun
day
Mrs Viola Jackson and daughter
Miss Rachel have returned from Louis
ville
If you want good shoes at the right
prices call on Conrad Sippel the Shoe
i ManI I
Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg was
hereFridayin the interest of the County
Fair
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Scotts
N y Emulsion
k of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
> 1 phosphates should always be
I kept in the house for the
f following reaspnsjj
l First Because if any member
I i of the family has a hard cold
f it will cure it v f < 1
a Ir I SecondBecause if the chil
y r dren are delicate and sickly it
t Mill make them strong and well
1t t rI
Third Because if the father
or mother is losing flesh and
i becoming thin and emaciated
it will build them up and give
them flesh and strength
FourthBecause itis the
standard remedy in all throat
mid lung affections
t I No household should be with
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I good thk jdwrtlMWHit totfttHer with name
of paper Ifl which It appear your addrete and
fwir lMl te eel pottos e and we will tend
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Mrs Wm McGovern and cbUdrenof I
Victoria are guests of Mr and Mrs Joe
Allen
W T Halliday has returned to Tar
i Springs after an extended trip in the
North
I NorthMiss
Miss Isabelle Hendricks of Hardis
burg was toe guest of Miss Reba Lewis
SundayMrs
Mrs G French of Tar Springs has
been at Lodiburg visiting her father
Mr Keys
James Jablne has returned to college
after a visit to Dr and Mrs It L
I NewsomMrs Elizabeth Cox has returned
from Cordell Oklahoma to her home
at Guston
GustonStevo
Stevo Kennedy of Meade county was
visiting his daughter Mrs Jesse Boh
ler Sunday
SundayHon
Hon Henry Head of Irvington was
here Saturday shaking hands with his
good friends
Miss Maude Frizzell of Cannelton is
the guest of Miss Iva Wine at the Sat
terfield home
Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis
port Tuesday at Clove port Wednesday
and Thursday
Mrs Jennie Mogan and Mr Mitchell
of Addison spent Sunday with Miss
Bessie Mitchell
Wesley Basham of See Ree spent
Saturday here visiting his aunt Mrs
Delbert Basham
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J D Meadorof Kansas came to Clo
verport Monday to visit his daughter
Mrs Henry Pate
Mrs Keith has returned home from
Stonewall Miss after an extended
visit to Mrs Lusk
New green beans peas tomatoes
kale cabbage lettuce and new potatoes
at T F Sawyers
Benton Eubanks has accepted a posi
tion with the Glass factory at Frank
fort as shipping clerk
Morrison Calhoon dentists office
downstairs 206 Fourth street both
phones Owensboro Ky
Miss Adelia Moorman arrived from
Louisville Friday night for a short
visit to Dr and Mrs Owen
Sam Stites roadmaster of the L
H R St li R L was a welcome
visitor in Cloverport Saturday
Rob Moorman of Glendeane and
Preston Green of Falls of Rough are
going to Louisville next week
What time will the clock stop
Ed McAfee of lrvingtonspent Sun =
day here Mr McAfees friends are al
ways glad to have him home
Tuscan chips and fancy braid hats
at Mrs Cordreys trimmed in velvets
ribbons flowers and ornaments
Miss Drew Gregory has returned
from De atur Ill where she had a
delightful visit of several months
Hugh Wood has returned from Hous
ton Texas where he has been the
guest of Miss Bettie Lee Smith
E C Babbage is in Tampa Fla
where he will spend several weeks in
the interest of Peaslee Gaulbert Co
Mr and Mrs Roscoe Severs who
have been living at Barbourville W
Va will move soon to eastern Virginia
Mrs H L Stader has returned home
from Louisville where she had n pleas
ant visit with Mr and Mrs Burt Muir
Chas Smart was in Louisville Mon
day with hogs and cattle He got 7if
sents for hogsand 12 for a cow and
calfMrs
Mrs Perry Norval who lives in the
south vest is visiting her parents Mr
and Mrs Robert McGovock in Louis
villePaul
Paul Garner of Irvington who has
been the pleasant little visitor of his
sister Mrs A D Squires has returned
home
homeA
A large shipment of most attractive
hats at Mrs Cordreys Send your
order by mail and have your hat made
by Miss Price
Just received a complete line of
Ladies Misses and Childrens High
Shoes and Oxfords at Conrad Sippels
the ShQe Man
Mrs Jas Randell and son Mr
Dwight Randell of Louisville were
guests of Misses Rebecca and Martha
Willis Saturday
H L Shanks of Rome Ind was here
Thursday and said there has been a
wonderful improvement in the wheat
crop in his section
Mrs H A Dawley and little ti ugh
ter Nancy Starks of Louisville arriv
ed Monday with Mrs Fannie Ferry to
visit Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry
Mrs Miria Duncan has moved into
the LnHeists property on First street
in the East End after spending several
weeks at the home of Mrs Robt
Pierce
Dr Bush Cloverport 1st 2nd and
3rd Mondays and Tuesdays Hard
insburg 4th Mqnday 3 clays Irving
ton Th1rday and Frlddy following 4th
Monday V
MondayHugh
Hugh McGqvern of Victoria was in
the cityMonday Mr McGovern is one
of the News faithful subscribers and
says he cannot enjoy himself without
the paper
Mrs Cordreys new Una cf millinery
are the prettiest tstyles of the season
They cannot be matched anywhere
I I r 1
The dress hats are beautiful at a
popular price and connot be duplicated
Mrs Henry Unverzaght of Hender
son will arrive this week to visit Miss
Annie May Mattingly
Mrs Frank White and attractive
little son Henry Richard and Mrs
H Wendelken have returned from
Mt Carmel Ill where they were the
guests of Mr and Mrs John Wen
delken
Miss Myrtle Moorman has returned
from Louisville to her home in Big
Spring She was operated on for ap
pendicitis in St Josepbs March 30th
and has entirely recoveredEtown
News
May Magazines at the News office
What time will the clock stop
Mr Carter Ifl
Fladge Carter Is seriously ill at his
home on the pike Mr Carter has been
suffering dreadfully for months but his
condition has only been critical during
the last week His sister and brother
Mrs Molly OBrien of Mooleyville and
Mr Felix Carter of Huntingburg have
been at his bedside
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What time will the clock stop
Improvement
Mrs Mattie Collins is having a new
fence placed around her property on
Second street on the West Side Mrs
Collins takes a great pride in her home
and also in her rose bushes which look
fine this spring
Delighted With
The Golden West
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Mr and Mrs Allen Kingsbury have
just recently received word from Mr
and Mrs James Stiff that they are
greatly pleased with California They
have located in Tulare where Mr
Stiff has a good position and is in line
for promotion Mr aud Mrs Stiff
are keeping house The little friends
of their little daughter Miss Mildred
will be glad to know that she too
likes her new v home
What time will the clock stop
Announcement
Beard Bros of Hardensburg wish to
announce to the public they have asso
ciated with them in the horse business
Mr R J Hogan formally of Oweusborc
apd Bowling Green Mr Hogan comes
well recommended as a man also as a
handler of horses The firm is prepar
ed to work horses both under the saddle
and in harness Their terms are reasonable
ableSee them at once
Knowledge Is Life
Much of the misery and suffering in
the world is i caused by ignorance
Many of the epidemics of disease that
have killed tens of thousands of
human beings could have been pre
vented if only the people had known
what was necessary to be done to pre
vent them Knowledge then is more
than power it is life itself
It would be quite clear then that
If people will only take an interest In
matters affecting their health and try
to find out what to do to keep well
there will be less sickness and of
course fewer deaths The one dis
couraging feature is that in every
community there are always a few
who wil not be taught even by the
forceful lessons of experience and
these unteachable people are asource
of danger Health officials have their
greatest troubles with people who
will not be taught how to properly
protect either their own or their
neighbors children by cooperating
with the department to prevent the
spread of contagion
What time will the clock stop
Home From Chicago
Misses Fanny and Maud Rhodes of
Chicago have been at McDaniels
spending two weeks vacation with thei
parents They are successful young
business women and have splendid po
sitions in the big city Miss Fanny
Rhodes and Mr Roy Rhodes were hero
Friday the guests of Mr and Mrs Nelse
Wiggins f
Italian Sandwiches i
Cut bread and batter very thin but
not thin enough to curl and put
slices together with a mixture made by
bychopping
chopping very line a pound each of cold
boiled ham and the white meat of
chicken then rubbing to a cream
with the yolks of two hardboiled
eggs one sweet pepper scalded then
chopped after removing the seeds and
stem a tcaspoonful of cream and
celery salt to taste Trim off crust
then cut in oblongs small squares or
triangles The Circle
Praises Farmers Wives
Th6v farmers wives are more apt
pupils inlearning bow to uianagf home
on business principles than the wives of
cit men and that they probably are
better helpmeets were the declarations
of Miss Martha Van Rensselaer lecturtr
in home economics at Cornell University
and supervisor of the farmers wives
reading course to an audience of city
woman
Miss Van Uensselaer was discussing
the science of home management and
pointed that nowdays it was as impor
tant for a woman to know how to run
a home on business principle as it was
for her husband to conduct his business
that way She said that women from
the country are much easier than city
women to teach scientific management
of the home and attributed this fact to
T desire to be more of a helpmeet to
him The city women do not do she
saldN Y Sun
The SevenGored Skirt
v Is Much Worn
One of the smartest and most prac
tical skirts of the season is cut in
seven goresalways a popular and
becoming modeland fits from the
waistline to the knees in the modish
Sfieath effect widening gradually
thence to the lower edge where It
measures about three and three
eighth yards in the medium size A
novel and striking feature is observ
ed in the extension on the left side of
the front gore which with the aid of
buttons and loops or buttonholes in
geniously serves to simulate a side
front closing If desired however
the extension may be cut off and the
gore finished plainly In either case
the fastning is at the center of the
back where an inverted plait serves to
conceal italthough it might very
easily be effected at the sidefront if
preferred The skirt may be finished
in round or shorter length either
style being correct for a smart walk
ing skirt It is adapted for develop
ment in a great variety of materials
since it is equally appropriate for I
dressy or practical wear Silk and
fabrics may be used for making it
The New Idea Womans Magazine for
May
SAFE BOTH WAYS
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The Way Rajah Blrbar Saved His I
Head by Ready Wit
Rajah Blrbar a boon companion of
tho Emperor Akbar the great con
temporary of Queen Elizabeth was a
notable wit The story goes that the
emperor once sent Blrbar with a mes I
j
sage to the king of Persia
The latter for some reasons or other
bore a grudge toward the rajah and In I
order to see him lose the emperors
favor thought of a device
He asked Blrbar Which of us two
Is greater In power and majesty 1 or
Akbar But mind you If your an
swer Is In any way unfavorable to mo
I will order your head to be struck
off
offTour
Your majesty replied Blrbar with
out loss of time la like the full moon I
while the emperor my master resem
bles the crescent
The king was highly pleased with
his reply and let him go
This news was however carried to
Akbar who was wild with rage when
ho heard It When Blrbar returned to
his masters court he was asked to ox
plain himself on pain of death
My comparison said Blrbar
meant only this much and nothing
more that the decline of the Persian
kings power had commenced Just us
the full moon after it is full goes on
waning while your majesty Is destined
to rise on and one till like tho crescent
becoming the full moon In time It will
shlno forth with magnificent splendor
of glory
gloryT
T he emperor who was a great patron
of wit and wisdom heaped the rajah
with rewards
rewardsC
CJASTOnXA
Bean theTho Kind You Hara Always BfligM
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Homestead Fertilizer
Life and Fire Insurance
Basket and Fordsvllle Coal
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WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME
Candies TIMEr ElH
That is Our Topic This Week
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Wo have created quite an appetite among those whoO
8 have almost forgotten they had a sweet tooth The I
asweetest candy for the least price ever before offer rn
tled the candy eating public A partial list of theH
many kinds is here givenb °
Fig Caramels Cream Wafers Icew
8 Cream Kisses Marshmellowsj j
aAfter a Dinner Mints Cream Cov
ered Dates Fudge California Ap
ricots and lots of other goodies
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tl 10 Cents Pound 8
i4 is the cause of so much sweetness being sold Take homo a 1
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g pound for the folks nnd make them all happy See our M
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WANTED
A OENTH WANTED for a guaranteed med
Icine that cures Scrofula Syphilis and
Mercurial Poison and other remedies equally
as I cood MITCHELL REMEDY CO 000 W
Walnut Louisville Ky
W ANTEOA blacksmith CLARENCE
1RNICK IrvliiKton Ky
WANTED
Responsible man with horse and bURRy In
each community salary 5500 to flo 00 per day
to tako orders from owners of Vanes Or
chards and sumo f3iirliti A sPlendid op
portunity for farmers suns also fruit tree
and sowing machine agents to make a busl
uass connection which will become more profi
table each year Address 1 O Ioxl3l Youngs
Island S O
FOR RENT
FOR RENTTwo IIplondld rooms In the
News building suitable for a small busi
ness
FOR KENT A furnished room in a resi
dence convenient to business part of
town and depot Apply at Urn News uaice
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FOR SALE
FOIL 8 ALE A young horse Iron gray four
years ol < f trainee to work suitable for
farm work riding or llghtharnes prlceil I2i
II L SHANKS Home Ind
Foil SALE 6 room cottage for saloon Main
street Hardlnsburg Will sell at onco
IWED COX Hardlusburg Ky
FOR SALE I burner DotroItJowel I gas stove
with oven and broiler A bargain Used
about 0 months W A HOPK News olllce
HEATER and cooker combined stove for
sale at News oUlco
Foil ALEScholarsblpin Howling Green
University Howling Green Ky Breck
enrldKo News
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FOR SALE Good Livery business In Ir
vington Ky consisting of nine horses
13 vehicles Good reason for selling Snap If
taken utonco EDWIN II JOLLY
FOR SALE
Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Pure bred
Sows and Guilts a Specialty
Furnished in Pairs not Related
E P HARDAWAY
R No1 IRVINGTON KY
Farm Wanted
IWish to bear qulckly from OVNEnt I
who will sell DIRECT TO BUYERS I
good farm of any size In any loca ity
Not particular about locution
partlcularaboutlocationOWNERS
OWNERS only need answer who are
wllllnir to close their own deal direct
w 1th no Y ER without paying any com
mission to anyone I am no agent and
wishto
accept no commission I wish to con
nect my HUNDHEDH OV JIUYKIIH With
OWNERS so they can huy direct and
save paying a fancy price to some
agent Wrlto quickly Give price and de
IWrltcqnlckly I
buyers by recommending your place
to them and so they can buy at your
yourlowest
L DERBYSHIRE Box 1812 Rochester I
NY
Clerks Elbow
To remove shiny spots from coat
elbows and trousers scats said a clerk
Ill tell you how It Is done
The sun was strung on him as upon
his lofty stool he munched his mid
day sandwich from thin Ink smeared
fingers but on his old clerks coat and
old trousers no shiny spots roflcctpp
thought
lightClerks
Clerks elbow such spots a o call
ed ho salt Its like housemaids
knot To cure It you soak the glitter
Ing spot In cold water for half an
hour Then you take a tcasql tlmf s a
very stiff thistleand you rub tho
spot with It till a nap or fuzz Is
ralsod up Then with a clothesbnish
you lay the nap down the right way
and presto tho shine is gono1New
Orleans TimesDemocrat
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What Ho Wanted
Bo careful young man You know
tho oW saying Marry In Imsto and ro
pont at leisure
Thats why Im rushing thing
What T want Is leisure Exchange
When fortune falls us the supposed
friends of our prosperous days vftolsb
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Single Cole
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White Leghorns
From the very best strains
Excellent Layersy y
Eggs 75c for 15
15rs rsn rs
A H MURRAY
CLOVER PORT 1
CLOVERPORTtYOU r
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Have Yourself to
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Eyes Trouble You
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Eyes Tested FREE
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Glasses Guaranteed +
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Capital Surplus and r
Profits Undivided
2200000 tt t
Safe
SafeSound
Sound and
Conservative
Small accounts receive the
same careful 1 attention as
larger ones and we appre
ciate your business and in
i fluence Interest paid on 1
Time Deposits
BANK OF CLOVERPORT
CLOVERPORT KY
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FOR SALE
Store house and dwelling com
l bined corner First and High Sts
Cloverport Ky Cistern base
ment whole length of building
Will sell at a bargain or ex
change for dwelling house in
CloverportII
II F ROBERTS HaruMnsburff Ky
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John Lawson dr
Mr and Mrs John Lawson are be
Ing showered with cogratulatipn on the
arrival of John Lawson Jr at their
home Wednesdayn i
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