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I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS vol xxi CAST ASIDE Your Prodjudlcos Work CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER ELIZABETHTOWN New 9 1896 dues from 1731870 acres at rather more or 60000000 than 7 million quarter bush h Tho tronn o Dilation for tho cereal J ear is put at a little over 391 millions anJ the loiisuinptton Including seed null wheat glen to livostotk at I bushels a head or nearly 210 million bushels in all Thus the imports re quirt d during the twelve months are is tuuated at nearly 181 million bushels Times are very much what we make them Of course there are periods of We all mutt ad business depusslon mit that but tho man with any energy the man who eventually Hicteeds does not lose courage because iiilanilly howl Â¬ ers tell him that the times are out of joint Ho buckles on his armour and makes a more vigorrmi fight for success than lie would in more prosperous times He usts every effort possible and every means that suggest themselves to push his busiurs The man who waits for business to tome to him Is out of place as a business man Tho sooner he steps down and out and allows some more en- Â¬ terprising man to taku his place in tho commercial world the better off It will be for all who have any business dealing with him for he is sure to fall sooner or later To everlasting liU9tle is the only secret of EUtcess in thtse das of fierce Texas Stockman competition st geneial sjstem of farming The br srtjs the Texas Farm and Ranch is that which consumes the products of the soil This ou the farm win re it is grown mi ans stock farming No other system baa ever been permanently profitable and no other fjsU in ever enriched n nation A bulletin of the Ohiostation tells how seed oala were MicceBsfully treated by the hot water method in lb5 and 1890 to pi event smut Turnips will not only bear frost with Â¬ out mjury but it is the belief of many farmers that their quality is improved af- Â¬ ter the lirst frost If fruit trees grow too rapidly they will not bear well The force goes into the wood When young trees grow too rapid- Â¬ ly it is a good plan to put the orchaid in grass This will theik the growth Tl o seeds distributed gratuitously by tho Government during the present llsial ear weighed 2W000 tons and oc cupied thirty mail cars in transit The cost of carrying lliem through the mails was over J70000 Enough seed was sent out gratuitously to plant 115 square miles Each Congressman received oi gardtn enough to plant Uit 1 2 acres For tl e currant vear at present iirietc the amount re nuiretl by Congress to bo ex pended in the purchase of seed will make each Congrtasumnti quota doublo what it w is Inst year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO 21 To 7ho Intorost of tho WholoPoopIo Party Tios Should Bo Broken Inform Yoursolf Upon tho county Hon Frank Strausof Bulllttand stimulant Never tako stimulant bofore a task NAILS Hon John Graham of Grayson havo Two Groat And Vital After tho task is done and tho need of been mentioned bracing is felt a stimulant something Questions For Commonwealths AattorneyWeed S Chelf as far as Hardin county is con- Â¬ cerned is not likely to have opposition Judge McBeath ia so popular and such a good Judge that it is very likely he will have an easy timo of it although there aro lawyers who covet that 3000 may bo advisable as a cup of tea coffee is no dearth of nBpiranU for tho county officers and that after tho fimt of January tho woods will Among tho aspirants be full of them it mentions tho following viz For County Judge II W English will boa candidate for re election Marcus Berry and 8 D Glasscock havo also been spoken of in connection with the office or shortly after A perfectly well For the Senate W W Tabb of this ThoNewssaja there geU into the doctora hands Before shn can recover she must give back to the force that has been robbed from it To get the strength out of tho meat ono must consume Its proteld matter as well as tho other constituents Beef tea is in Itself a stimulant but not a food In administering beef tea givo the patient nourishing food at tho same time Nail Trust Has Praotical Farming FALL PIOWINO Been Called Off Gigantic Combino FaWs In some sections there Is not aa much plowing done In tho fall m formerly ow ing to the fact that many farmers rrallzo that quite a liitof fertility in loat by tho fine surface dust being carried off by tho surface water or blown away by the wind Â¬ KOYAi Yvjq wpo Through Aftor Robbing tho Peoplo person needs no 1 LESS PER KEG NOW or cocoa Much poverty is due to tho abuss of stimulants poverty also leads to their It is Expocted That tho Decline THAT STARE YOU IN THE FACE Will ba Moro Extensivo use OPPOSITION WAS TOO CONTINUAL The election ia now over and tho heat and excltemont engendered by the lato campaign have cooled down The peo- Â¬ ple can now take their btarlng cooly survey tho situation and ascertain where they are The voters havo decided in favor of Mr McKinley and sound money and against Mr Bryan and free silver Mr liryan has tulegraphed hla congratula- Â¬ tions to Mr McKinley upon his election to the Presidency and Mr Watson has not congratulated Mr Hobart upon his election to tho Vice Presidency The sound money editors orators and statesmen have told the people that MeKinleys election would nuau the restoration of confidence tho speedy investment of large capital in new enter Â¬ prises the opening up of tho mills to the luboring men of the United Slates and the ushering in of a universal Hood of prosperity The free silver orators and statesmen there were few editors on the side of silver said if McKinley and the gold standard triumphed we would become as a nation a financial dependency of old England and our industrial distress w ould be followed by more distress and Butter- Â¬ ing and our hard times by harder times Between those two schools of states Â¬ men the American voting sovereigns have made their choice The followers of McKinley protection and sound money are now with roseate dreamB awaiting the flood of prosperity while the followers of Bryan and free silver are patiently awaiting tho coining of harder times The writer of this is not disposed to quarrel with the decision of the voters iie did not look for mucn of a flood of prosperity whatever might have been the issue of the eampaigu The time is coming w hen the plain people the useful members of society the producers of wealth will get rid of their prejudices solidly unite themselves togethertake poHsessiou of tho machinery of government and operate it in the in Â¬ terest of the whole people of our com- Â¬ mon country Party tits aru growing weaker and weaker and when thtse ties are entirely dissolved men will try to discover the true principles of political and social economy which when applied in the laws and permanent policies olourcouu trywlll bring tho greatest pof siblo degree of prosperity and happiiesa to our peo plo When men try to find the rue princi Â¬ ples of economy that should be obtained in our govemni nt they will find them and any party of politicians or oflice seekers that opr oses these pr nciplea will without regret or hi si atioi bo swept away It is clearly evident that the correct princlplis of goernmeut lie somewhere principles on Wiiich it woulO bo best for our people to conduct their government to accomplish the greaUst good It is not here proposed to discuss these principles anil their application in or Â¬ ganized society It is dimply declared That the true principles of government ixlst and that tho people for their own good ought to find and apply them These principles will be discussed in subsequent letters The writer does not lay claim to any skill as a writer He is not a politician nor a lawyer but simply a plain working man one who earnest believes that the laboring classes ought to take an interest in politics and a baud n it too There aro two questions which are foremost in the raiiuU cf the people to Jay They ure First What aro tho causes of the hard times Second What are the rcnudies for tho hard times How amusing are the answers Riven by different persons to those questions The infamous One inau will answer British gold standard free silver is the Another will answer sole remedy The threat of free silver and the lack o confidence in the ability of tho govern ment to keep the two metals at a parity the remedy is to stop the senseless agi- Â¬ tation for debasing the currency The free trade Another will aiBwer policy of the Democrats a higher tariff Another will say is what is wanted The tariff ia already too high a tarlU Still for revenue only Is the remedy another with a look of gravity will tell us that The bard times are the result of the operation of severe economic laws and must come periodically in Bplte of the lawa or institutions oi man and will in time go their way These are fair earn plea of theauswersa majority of tho voters will give to tho above questions and they show that the campaign of education ought to be pushed by reformers with greater energy Uncus Joiinatiian than oyer A good recommendation for Simmons Liver Regulator is that itls purely vege- Â¬ Mr Chapizo Wathen is being urged table and strongly toulc Then too it is to run for Commonwealths Attornoy in Bilterthan Pills because easier lo tako the Owecsboro District Ho is splendid- Â¬ in liquid or powder and with no griping ly equipped for the position and the dis- Â¬ while the relief from Constipation Bil Â¬ trict could not select a better one Sick Headache and Dspepsia bheiiffGeorgo W Taber has settled iousness I find Simmons Livis quick and euro with tho Slate for tho taxes of 1890 er Regulator a very safe and valuable sending a dralt to Frankfort Monday family medicine Rev J M Rollins for over 517000 Fairfield Va Dr E Warileld is confined to his hoiieo and his condition is so serious CHAMBERS that the family is very apprehensive about him Wheat looks exceedingly well Mrs O G Wintersraith met with a John Miller went lo Meade county last very serious accident last Thursday night As she was returning from tho week to visit his brothers Jessie Rices thirteen year old son is College she missed her footing and fell in a gully near the side walk very heavi- Â¬ very low witli pneumopia fever ly Ono of her ankles was very violentWo wonder if Mr Bryan feels this cold ly wrenched and two of the large liga wave on his journey up Salt river nionts were torn from the bone and The boys are making it hot for rab Â¬ Tho injury is bits they have sale for them at Hawes otherwise ruptured much more serious than if she had vllle broken a bone It is likely to be sever- Â¬ Gosh this cold spell makes any ono al months before she is able to walk think that winter is not more than a Judge McBeath tried Tuesday a mile off musty old law suit that has been in the Mr and Mrs J W Bruner wore the courts for a number of years and demon- Â¬ guests of Mr and Mrs O O Shellman strates the folly of huniauity getting in Sunday the clutches of the law The amount last Most of the farmers in this section have involved in the case is a narrow strip of land near West Point not over 10 and sold their tobacco and at a butter price it is said that tho costs in the case al- than last year Thoso who attended the hop at Jim ready amounts to 2000 The case vas originally Baldwin Harl against Kick Gaynors last Saturday night report a Franzell and it is now Franzell against good time as well as a cold uight Joseph Kennedy It is evident from the Co from Whitesville havo Stinnett amount of eosta already paid for the ter- Â¬ rented tho warehouse at Uawesvillo and ritory in dispute that the contestants have already purchased threo hundred when they get through will be wiser thousand pounds of tobacco but poortr men Some boya in this neighborhood are Tho farmers in the western part of amusing themselves by cutting off dogs Hardin are hustlers Thoy wpre nun ng tails and if they aro caught they are tho first citizens of the count to tor liable to lose their appetites ceivo the advantage of the country tele- Â¬ Mr Stuart named a very good Demo- Â¬ phone and are likewise the lirst to sbnw cratic ticket but their only hope to get appreciation of the daily weather fore- Â¬ any pie is to help tho Republican eat it casts sent to Bethlehem Acadt ray The for old Breckonridge is billed that way citizens of Vertrces in particular ahov a Hancock has nioro horso jockeys in it praiseworthy spirit of enterprise They its population than any have successfully petitioned the Chieot according to other county in the state If you dout tho Weatlxr Bureau for a full set of onr plugs and como weather Hag und are now busy erecting think so bring fl igpole 100 feet high from which dr ily around a A certain person in this county made weather warnings will bo 11 is1 ed to the remark a few days before the lec seventy five or eighty surrounding faims within ten minutes after the arrival of tion that if this state went for McKinley the Washington telegram at Btblehem that ho would leave the state for tho next four years dont you think Mr Academy Editor that it is timo he was packing his grip Something to Know It may bo worth something to ki ow Do you know the quickest way to euro that tho very be3t medicinii for restoring scald Such system to a heal- Â¬ a spraiu or bruise a burn or the tired out nervous injuries are very common and can bo thy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi Â¬ Mr J if properly treated cine is purely vegetable acts by giing cured quickly M Ameunan of Forks P 0 Columbia tone to the nerve centres in tin somtch I have never found any Â¬ gently stimulates the Liver and Kidnnyp Co Pa says thing to compare with Chamberlains and aids these organs In throwing off im- Â¬ Balm for sprains bruises and burns purities in the blood Electric Bit ers Pain We have used it In our family for sever Â¬ improve the appetite aids digeiition ind feel that we can not do with- Â¬ is pronounced by those who have tried al years and For sale at 25 and 50 cento per out it it as the ery best blood pmifler and A R Fisher Druggist nerve tonic Try it Sold for COc or bottle by 1 00 per bottlo at A R Fishers Drug a year Required a Forco of Inspectors as Larg6 as the Secret Service to Watch tho Various Mills THAT WERE IN THE BIG TRUST Â¬ Â¬ November 22 The great Chicago DO NOT PLOW TOO DEE11 wire nail trust which has levied tribute In a paper read before the Allen coun- Â¬ on the people of the United Statea and ty Kan Farmers Institute on the sub Canada since Juno 1 1695 has collapsed ject of Modern Sub soiling Clarence and will endeavor to wind up its af Â¬ J Norton eaid Deep sub soiling should fairs December 1st says a Chicago not be attempted at first Three good morning paper horses are sufficient and one can hire it Sale agents representing mills within done for SI per acre The harder the tho pool wero yesterday scrambling to plow pulls tho more tho soil needs break- Â¬ sell nails at 170 per keg in Chicago ing up so persevere and you will be re per keg below the warded which is precisely Â¬ 1 Neverthehss tha good se d bed and opportunity for early seeding givBU by fall plowing Induces many of the best and most forehanded farmers to keep up tho good old r u atom of fall plowing and Even heavy wo think they act wisely cluy tolls that beiomo packed by ppring ran a so as to bo uullt for planting with out being replowed can but be benefitted by fall plowing Tliero can be but littleif anyquestions aa to the advsibllity of fall plowing where sod is to bo turned over The sharp frosts of winter will havo wonder- ous effect on the upturned roots in pre Â¬ paring the sod for ready yielding to the harrow in the spring If sod that has been affected by grubs or other injurious insects is to be turned over surely there is no better timo than late fall to do the job The winter quar Â¬ ters of the vermin cannot be restored be fore the frost kills many of them All In all we think the advantages of fall plowing are much more than the disadvantage and should be practiced as generally aa circumstances will allow Â¬ Â¬ POWDER A nil In CJovrnment KOAL r lint nnwilr iriht nf rim rlstrength ia Latcit UmteU Sutcs leivenlnfc tyt 1 Absolutely Pure r iMKnuiimDiKiw 1 ooJ Report - -- i rw lurk - Claptrap from Philadelphia from llie New oik Sun Wo are sorrv to find thia clantran in the Philadelphia RecorJ which ought lo know better than to offer such stuff to li will tlimnil imon the ltcmiMicnm In ihenxl Congren wlitahir nil the elunenti rf opposition In shall be for meil cl uilinp the tound mency Democrats Into a mighty orginlutlon to curli the trusts ami mnnoDollos luch nre nrctmine for a nw cam- piignofspoilsundcTthc llcpubllcau wing Whoivcr shall encourage the Kej ublican puty in passing a new tariff for the benefit ol thefecembiiiatlons in trade will net be its sincere well wiihcr nor will he tere the public cause For good government coudnot survive the triumph of the trusts and mo nopolies in this or uny other countrj the innocent public Whatever tho Republican party may do In the way oi a protective tariff it cannot thereby help the trusts for these are combinations formed to check do mestic competition which of course is encouraged rather than prevented by pro Â¬ selling in lota of from one to 1000 kegs from store at 2 per keg Before the end of the present week the price will undoubtedly be down to 125 per keg or within 30 cts of the lowest price they ever sold here The trust has thrown up both hands and in a circular to the jobbers gives them liberty to cell at any price thev please The bills had been multiplied on the trusts head very rapidly during tho last eight months In that time the stream of dollars which poured into its career had to be used tobuy up at round prices tho oppoxittou milia which sprang up on a sides as well as to meet a multitude of other expenses Not the least of these was the main- Â¬ tenance of a regular lorce of inspectors almost as large as Jlie government secret service to keep all the members ofthep ol toting fair For tlia and kindred purposes the trust imposed a pool tax of 1 50 per keg on all tLa nails sold by ita members and reeled o Uiem tho difference after the objects soUL ht were aecomplished A fuad of M500000 was returned to mem Â¬ bers on hf showing made four mouths agj but since that time the trusts oflici aln an I uniu tees have incurred Liabilities oi much more than this in tlnirde perate fight to keep the trust going These liabilities will have to be met by tho individual mills composing the trust anel a long period of litigation is highly probable 1 trusts circular price and jobbers were I will liken sub soiling to two flower pots one halt full of sand or gravel the other half full of hard cement with botli Now 111 both pots filled up with soil pota up witli water and the question is which pot will evaporatooutitsmolHture contents first Prof Milton Whitney United States soil moisture expert in speaking of east Wherever a drop of ern Kansas sajs rain water flows off of tho plowed field it is an indication that the soil is not in Â¬ a proper physical condition Wheie this occurs in a dry soil the main preparation of the soil should be as tluep aa possible so that water may be carried down and thus diminish the rapidity of tho evaporation and loss from the surface Sub soiling will be found invaluable in open Â¬ ing up the close and compact sub soil A farmer can tell whether his soil needs sub soiling by noticing whether any wa- Â¬ ter lljwsoffof tho surface of his plowed Jmt as good for babies and children fields or not Bella al3olntely harmless W e mean I This papir lias a limit and cannot pos- Pine of coursi sibly tell all the bent fits derived from the use of the sub soil plow but to Allen county farmers I will say If your dead furrows will not prove as good corn rows as any othtr ros your soil will be ben efitted by sub soiling Â¬ Â¬ ar-Honey Â¬ tection The Treasurer ol the Nail Trust ex plained tho other day at a meeting of nail manufacturers in Now York that ita dissolution was duo solely to the large growth of outside competi tion which has sprung up in the last two Ibis competition is domet tic months tlio nail manufacturers of this country having facilities for production wind when employed full time will turnout about four times as many nails as this Consequently he country requires low prices on nails aro now like- Â¬ added Tho Nail ly to prevail for some time lias been dissolved becausa it could Trust not staud up agaii st this liomii competiÂ¬ tion Instead of fostering trustH and enrich ing them protection teuds to promote home manufacture and thus to inert asy competition with them Right or wrong it is not justly chargeable with the re- Â¬ sponsibility for thuorgiuizationof truss which are a distinguishing feature of he development of modern ciulizUion Trusts aro as possible and in ty bo made as profitable under free trade as uider protection Â¬ Breckinridge NORMAL College Second Term Opens Nov 10 1S9G Pedagogy Business Scientific Classical Diplo mas granted in all courses NOTkS IltaiXNlNQ OF THE DOWNFALL Store STEPHENSPORT Stimulants Alcohol does not give force Taken into the body it liberatea more luart force than it gives Every healthy human body contnlna a store of latent energy Any one of the stimulants taken into the body lib erates bo mo of that energy either as work done or as heat sensible to the body Stimulants aro vegetable animal al- Â¬ coholic Vegetable stimulanui are tea and coffee and the animal stimulant is beef tea Beef tea ordinary tea and coffee and cocoa all have for their active priciples substances which are very nearly alike In chemical formulae When we taku a cup of tea we take it to get out of the body certain foace from a reserve that otherwise we would not draw on We are tending to bankrupt the system and the stimulant adds noth ing to our capital The use of stimulant at any timo should be followed by the prompt in- Â¬ gestion of easily digested food eufllclent to replace the amount of force that the stimulant released Our hospitals abound in tea drunk arda and coffee drunkards just aa much perhaps aa alcoholic drunkards A woman nervous over household cares too busy to got a meal takea a cup of tea and feels better momentarily The tea braces her up liberating some of tho force that has been stored up Shortly the breakj down again and takea another cup of tea This proceeds a few hours for days Ultimately she Miss Ada Hanks spent Saturday and Sunday at homo R A Smith went to Louisville Sun- day Llttlo Lelah Belle Hawkins of Union Star alter spending two week with rela Â¬ tives returned homo Sunday Miss Fannio McCoy of IIawesille is theguest of Mrs Lee Dowell CSorn to the wifo of G Hewitt Hawkins a bouncing girl on the Cth weight 9 pounds iMisses Katio Crawford and Emma Mosoly wero in Cloverport last week shopping Miss Ella Mosely after a long visit to Calhoon and Evansville returned Fri Â¬ day Brother Hunt of Louisville baa ac cepted the call at the Baptist church for another year The ladies of tho Baptist and M E church will give an oyster suppur and an entertainment during tho holldayr at the City Hall The advance of 15 cento per keg order Â¬ ed by the trost at ita March meeting in this city was the last act which marked the trusts doom Thia put tho base prico of nails at Pittsburg at 2 55 which under the tuniiHai terma of ita nail card meant that the lowest figure at which any nails could bo bought there was 3 05 per keg This meant 3 20 in Chicago ami tnado tho rango of commercial nails to western consumers 4 to 5 per keg The result was an immense curtailment of the demand which turn forced the trust to close up 90 per cent of ita mills and throw ita workmen out of employ Â¬ ment in order to reduce the output to cemply with consumers demands The entire sales of the nails by the trust mills during July was 30000 kega aid in August but 24000 kegs though the output agreed upon for those months waa 430000 and 50000 kega respectfully Tins march output reached 0000 kegs J II Parks of 008 Sears building Ibwtoa was the originator of the pool To him and wan ita commissioner waadohgated the task of holding the association together and for thia service ho collected 1 cent per keg on each keg of nails eold in thia country Besides a larga appropriation for secretaries salaries and maintenance of the inspection butoau the association now has on ita hands a large collection nf lnHwnf fjuinrlefl which it closed up aa well aa on numerous contracts with miiniifArtnrara of nail making machinery who were prevented from selling to the trusts competitors Official statistics indicate that nearly ouo half the population of Japan is en Â¬ gaged in agriculture The clieapness of torn will lead to in Â¬ creased and even wasteful feeding It is worth in Nebraska and Iowa 33 50 per ton while coal is worth 7 50 per ton lready school boards in these states are ordering corn instead of coalfor heating Fouu CtUitsis nttt- ftfUtu IIBIM OASTOIU Ztffa tie TWf Etc Frank G King Oo of Frankliu Ky Fine Lamps Statuary Rings Brfc-a-Brhas I ays that Dr Bells Jackson Oliver Ga writea BF Watches form 390 up and Ladles from 500 up We Garry Gentlemens the taken the lead tlirough that section consider Dr Bella remedy I have ever taken for the Tiiey wrlto that it gives universal satis Â¬ Ave and Jefferson Street Louisville best Corner 4th faction and verify thia report by ordt ring throat and lunga or any kind of a cough Orders by mall will receive prompt attention more in good Ben son Good News for the Teachen Sir John Lawes from his experimental Card Of Thanks Frankfort Ky Dec 4 There is good plats figures the English yield of wheat newa for the Kentucky echool teachers I desire to thank Mr and Mrs Ed this year at an average of U5 buthels of to day The state superintendent and Oleeby and Rev 8 Q Sheley for their 00 pounds per acre or 7 J bushels more treasurer announce that checks for an Â¬ kindness and assistance in our sad beÂ¬ than the average yield of the last 14 other two lUtha will bo sent out next reavement ol tho lose of our eon John years reckonod in the same way He week and on tho socond Saturday of J Newton concedes this la too high however and Y T Nkwton will be thia month tho teachers Main LOUISVILLE KY apparently estimates the average yield of Southeast Gov of Twelfth paid all but one fifth of the entire tho kingdom at 311 bushels an acre or a keep chili Dr Bells amount due them this ear and every Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hint and 1 per cent Commission fraction lesc as he puts the home pro rea Jrem coughing all night dollar due up to that date ac purposes Though ono third of the manure heap bo insoluble or otherwise lost it has It more value than most farmers think ia said that a well fed horse of average ehi will deposit soven tons of solid and liquid manure during a year worth 20 a cow one half more During tho fall and early winter is one of the beat times to haul out and apply manure in tho orchard AVheu tliis is done it should be scattered broadcast over the surface taking paina to Ecattor evenly It ia very essential to have a rich soil in order to grow fine fruit Although corn will likely sell at a ruinously low price it will pay to sort tho corn as it ia cribbed and to arrange the cribd so that the bulk may not mould The soft wet and half rotten ears can be spread out on the barn llwror overhead in the crib and fed first when it will be eaten better than if left in bulk uutil later in tho season Before applying manure overy farmer should first study tho soil and find out what it uoedi what it is deficient in to raise certain crops and after ho has set Â¬ tled thia It ia time to decide what manure to use Reading and experimenting that ia tcientillc farming gives tho best Indeed it nroflts and most satsfaction is the only farming in wiiich there la any money to day In order to grow a good orchard as well as lo secure the best returns from one already grown it is essential that more or less work be done every year Nearly all growing trees will be the better or a protection from rabbit in the fall This should alwaya bo given in good season as after a hard frost in the fall there ia danger every night and it ia not only safest but best to give protection Latin The Cumulative method is used in teaching the languages Gicek Gcimnn and Ficnch A Special Course for those who wish to prepare for Teachers Certificate In this course the students will be fitted for teachers by actual woi k in our MODEL SCHOOL Special terms to 3 20 pays tuition for all courses except music those wishing to pay as much as five months tuition in advance Hoard if 200 to 2 50 per week Young men and ladies without money wishing to picpare for teaching can make airangements with the President of the College to It will pa you if Write for paiticulars at once attend school here tlesiie to attend a fiist class school at a small cost you D S RORERTS Jr Pres Ilauiinsbuig Ky Addiess or FELIX KERRICK Ilardinsburg Ky Â¬ WILDER rtfiW jlSS Dr Fl M rv- HARDIN Hardins Dentists on tho 1th oflico in Brandenburg Ky Monday nnd Tuesdiy of overy month following Wed- nnodnv nnil Timradnv nt Trvinrrfnii nnd will lia lire- tmred to nil kinds of Dental Work by tho latest im Tteth positively extracted without pain by the uso of proved methods Artificial teeth of different grades and prices A O nnd Vitalized Air Gold filling will bo found reasonable nnd to suit the times Our prices Appointments bridgo work gold and porcelain crowns a specialty mado by writing to DR J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky WILDER of Louisville Will bo at Dr J BkiS Breckenridge Aro invited to call nnd seo our wonderful lino of county Folks Holiday Presents We aro Loading All In Quantity Variety and Cheapnoss Tor Thoroughly Iteliable Goods When You get it from GEORGE Watches Diamonds YOU KNOW WOLF ITS CO Onyx Tables GOOD Silver Ware GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse W B TATE CO 4 THE BHEXOKHNRIJ3QEX NEWS Q3UQVHRPORT iK V CHRISTMAS TIME COMING The season of the year when all mankind lays aside all care to celebrate this Happy occasion Ever since How the bright eyes begin to sparkle at the mention of old Santa Claus name the joyous message of love was told the Shepherds on the mountain side Ly it n All the world keeps this occasion bright and cheerful This year we want to help you Santa Claus has come to our store and what a lot cf pretty goods he has left Come and see I I PROCLAIM THE GLAD TIDINGS TO ALL MANKIND make the Holidays and more bright cheerful - one look will coax another and before you know it your hand will start purseward Commercial World are here resplendent with dazzling effect Bring the children and let them see our store in its Holiday dress procession passes your eye Bright sparkling gems from the Art Center of the A ceaseless Let the little ones see the pretty Toys Early buyers never have the poorest assortment Come while the picking is best te 1 f Ka0 JK0 n lH3tJ n- BABY The uncrowned King of tlie household must be remem bered Â¬ How the little boys will shout when they sec the Mechanical toys Steam Engines Magic Lanterns Drums Guns Wagons Pistols and lots of other Christmas Toys FOR BOYS AND GRLS AND THE GIRLS them what you want Santa Claus to bring you JEWELRY How About a Ring WE HAVE Lots to please baby this year Bow wows Dolls Chimes muiuing jhocks i rains r fci Ships Boats Noah Arks Lots of Jumbing Jacks Toys for the little ones Bring Baby to our Store They will go wild over the Little Sewing Machine Cook Stoves Great stacks of Dolls Washing Outfits Bring Mama and Papa little folks and show Pianos and lots of other pretty things for Christmas A pretty memento that will call back to memory the giver no matter where they may be TUEN We have Watch Chains Scarf Pins of all kinds Emblems and Society Pins Lots of pretty things in the Jewelry Line that will please the eye tickle the purse and make some one happy Christmas if Art China Ware Every year we pride ourselves on the selection of this ware Kinder have a hobby for the quaint Bric a -- Braes 111 JniceJ PRESENT THIS YEAR a Our assortment in Dclph Dresden Belccke is fine Quaint Vases Curious shapes in Tableware Odd Shaped Toilet Sets Handy little articles for Dresser or Sideboard Gems of SparkÂ¬ FOB ART NOVELTIES So often a young man wants to give his best girl a present and the young lady wants to return the compliment Sometimes SISTER they have a great deal of trouble in finding suitable presents ling brightness from all the great Potteries of the world Say Every dont get a Christmas present until you see this line purse can be suited here and a pretty present at that BROTHER Just councel But This Year You Wont a little while with our army of clerks and they can Albums Pretty Cuff and Col- Â¬ FATHER help you make your selection I lar Boxes in Ccluloid and Leather Pretty Mirrors in quaint designs Art Pictures that everybody will admire Pretty Toilet BOOKS For ages the same eager ness for good books go on Â¬ MOTHER Grandma AND ALL Articles Smoker Sets for gentlemen Come and sec the splendid assortment Dont wait until the last minute to make your selections cause they wont stay long and YOUR Grandpa SKATES FRIENDS tf This is something every boy and girl will want and we Nothing Better for a Christmas present for children than a good book jEEaaaEesBa y Xjrfi M In the Way of Childrens Books 11 We have them from the little 5 cent kind up and for larger boys and girls and grown folks we have Books of Poems Novels by the best writersAdventurcs and other Stories for boys Religious Books Art Port Folios and other high class books look through our stock Come and UIZER NOT WORRY Every year we make a This r pa have them that will please in all sizes Young Ladies up with Boys Skates we can all sizes fit you Skates also Have Santa bring you a pair for Christmas l w 14 45lg YOU NEED As is often the case whenChristmas time approaches how you are going to make a present to all your friends For Father and Brother A nice Box of Cigars is always a welcome present Wc have this year some extra good cigars put up in small boxes have the large size also They make splendid presents Then we have Smoker Sets Pipes Have a Cigar Case filled up with nice Cigars Then we have some pretty Match Safes which are always a handy article and a nice present DOLLS Ysrj I J NCy Just ways Come to Our Store You never saw such a lot ir your life neither did we - i and wc will show you how we can stretch a dollar so as to go a long elegant little Souviuers that cost you but little but make a big showing Bring All Your big improvement in stock And let them see what a cargo of Dolls old Santa Claus left us Dolls to fit every purse Chenf I It 1 r year we are better able to fill your wants than ever - come3 -- ajjxttd eel OUR garb STOfgE In her Holiday is ready for your ffOVIHQMTa0 inspection Coqie and See -- I r r - VMHmaHmiHMnHHaHMBIHHinaPMMMMMM JJa JEjaqIXJIM BS2VKEaifwuHK I THEi BSkGKHMiDGEL Mr Houston Miller ilarditisburg re turned from Oweiftboib liitl week He jitrs 7 E was visiting his uleiM Â¬ KELTS GLENDEANE is convnii MiUtlnnly bQVkRPORr srent KY M -- Trw Awnrdcd Highest Honors -- Worlds Pair DR BAKING MOST PIWHI PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tirtv Powder Free 6om Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard w l Breckenridge News 0 1890 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER LOCAL BREVITIES Cnndles at Vests Candies at Vests Caudies at Vests Hear the now music nt Vests All kind of Xmoa trlx at Vests Fresh pork at Gregory Gibsons Bring your country produce to DHuy Mrs Clay ton Crosaon is on the sick list Chas AVheatley is in Hawesville this week tjmn Board spent Sunday in Hardina Em 5 j I r Jk r The Young Ladies Parsonage and Home Mission Society will meet at the Elm street Methodist church this after noou at 4 oclock All members request- Â¬ ed to attend Little girls see the sewing machines wo have saws good as mamas machine make your own clothes and dollys too nothing to get out of fix have Santa to bring one Sulzers Tho storm baa past the midst risen ouruore stands boldly to tho front big er Btronger than ever shedding rays Mrs F N DHuy of sunshine to its many thousand pat- Â¬ To mils it will be a life long regret ronsSamuel Sulz3r Sr come now Sulzers vV J Dean Sons are building a 40 x Come out to the Christmas opening at 48 addition to their tobacco warahousint est a Thursday night Gleiidcane This firm has bought alNearly everything any one can think ready about 231000 pounds oi tobacco of at Suzera for Christians and will buy that much more All that is newest and best awaits Bud Bates who moved from this ity your inspection at F N DHuys to Hawesville about a year ugo siys Clarence Grillin of Owensboro wob that he will soon move back and be- Â¬ tho guest of J T Daniel last week come a candidate for tho IJt publi am Miss losey went to 1 endrsou Mon- Â¬ nomination for jiiler in this county day She will soon return to China Thursday Friday nnd Saturday L ec Will am Brown went 10th 11th and 12th we ofler our em ire John Kughtund to Louisville Suidy with a lit of hogs line of hats Ideal wigs crhips i ml c at You will ceitaiily get Our openirg from now until Christ- Â¬ braids at mas new and novel id is f amuel Sul a bargain at the New Milliner Hton Misses Calloway Managers z it Sr Mr M W Mi shell of New Albany Dr S 15 Adkieuon went to Lodibnrg Sunday to epe ui the cay with his fa- Â¬ Ind is here locking at the Gloverjort Hotel whicl hi lately purcrasul He ther will improve the property aud make it a Miss Jennie Pates came up Sunday first class hotel with all the niodiru nnd is the guest of Mr aud Mrs Gus improvements He intends to makiit Gibson one of the bst Iotels in the co mtry S P Drury of BewliyvilV went to The Loni villi tobacco malut Is vry Louisville Monday to buy hit Christmas much unso ltd The rectiptH uvvsry ttock heavy and lw qunlity poor Tho biter Mich Meyer of Custir wis in Louisgrades aro ai trd by the nianufurluruH hi Christmas but the oflt Ingt so far are notsufllcieut ville last week laying stock to establish i pclce The market prum Miss Ota Biggi aud Ire Jarrett of iaes to be bi ttir this wet k were down bhoppiug Stephensport James P Sti wart will have it silc at Monday his farm next Wednesday of all of his Ilev S G Sh lley will punch at Holt stock nud firming implements He is next Sundty at 11 oclock a in and here selling out with n view of ra ving to at 7 p m Louisville Due Henry the xut iuo Sim Whnlun of Andyville was in the tioneer in this county will cry ho eulc city Monday a wituees in tho Smith VMrs A L Newsom entoital ltd Lev llauning suit Donald Grant Mr James Fhber wd Itev S G Shdley will preach at Holt Miss Becsie Hambleton to dinner Friday next Sunday at 11 oclock a m and to meet Miss Posey of China Miss hire at 7 p m Posey was a former private teacher of Dolls wason i carta games drums MrsF L Boyd and Mrs Ireno Djgjer and everything to make the little ones A supper and entertainment was given -happy at Vests at the residence of Mr aud Ms 1red Little folks bring your parents out to May Srlast Wednesday night in lienor see whit Santa Cuua left at our store of the returned groom and bride Mr iSamuel Sulzjr Sr and Mrs Fred May Jr Tho orchestra Messrs Ilobeit Enright and Clarence was on hand and music and merriment Kern of Owensboro sp int Sunday here filled tho bouI tho guests of Ernest Carson What S T Mooro Company say in W J Deaue Jr of Gleudeaue was the their ad this week is true The kyh guest of Mr and Mrs 0 W Moormau cau vouch for it When you go to Lou- Â¬ Sunday and Monday isville and need anything in their line The Hancock grandjury is now in ses Â¬ wo advise you to go there and ray that sion nnd Cloverport Is filling up with you saw it in the News and that you boardeis from Hawesville want a bargaiu Our word for it that Wm Galloway who has boen you get it Mrs near Irving With her ill daughter-in-laMr Ezra Reed who has been visiting ton returned homo Wednesday his old friend Mr Hance Hamilton uear yMrTand Mrs J N McCarty and Mrs Brandenburg for the past three mouths IcCatty of White 8vilh yUed Mr and returned to his home in California last Mrs Tlioa Bates Tar Fork last week Sunday He said his visit to his old boy Â¬ most delightful aud he Our stock is well waiorted and com hood home was felt very much better for having come goods for the holidays prises durable The News follows him and will keep him como and see them F N DHuy posted for a yeur as to the movvmenls o We know that we never offered more Ids old friends for the money than we do at present Thomas Borryman an old and highly ome and see our goods F N DHuy respected cittern of Meade county liv Â¬ Â¬ Misa Clara Payne who has bojn visitSirocco died last Sunday uight ing her parents in Dry Valley lmi re Â¬ ing near He iiad been sick for of pneumonia turned to her aunts Mrs Gus Gibson several weeks with a cold contracted Â¬ Just from Japan fresh from the pot while serving on the United States grand teries came that batch of curious Jap jury at Louisville in the fall He was waro everybody is talking about Sul Â¬ loved aud respected by all his neighbor zers and his death is universally regretted Critical Judges examine our line nnd Ho was In his seventy first joar you will say what a host of others say N Head and N L Gllland Lodl tho assortment is splendid Samuel Hub burg weio In Louisville last week sell- Â¬ sir Sr ing hogs They struck an off day and an offprica receiving only 3 20 when the day before Monday the price was 5360 to f 3 00 They ere not In n very good humor either It D aud J VSt Clair V G Bandv Webster and Dl k Owen For Infants and Children Gendaiae were more fortunate They to to-were in bright and early Monday morn Mm Haiti wy ing with a car load each and got f3 60 and were feeling pretty well Â¬ burg Fine candies for Christinas at liab bagea Fresh evaporated fruita at Gregory Gibsons Here all the new music at Vests Thurs Â¬ day night Choico lot of china ware for Christmas at Vests Uabbagea will bo the placo to get your X nias goods Jno II Cureton of Owensboro was in the cily Sunday John Pauley spent Saturday at Holt witli his mother Col John Pike of Concordia wni in tho city Monday Miss Fonnio Hardin of Holt was in tho city Monday Mrs Geo Bently is visiting her aunt Canvas and rniut would utterly fall to portray tho beauties of our display so would tho pen como and nee Samuel Suzer Sr For choico and frcch groceili a at the right price- - call on F N DHuy Just opened kiutai new kraut sweet and mix pickets Tho protracted meeting Is still in progtesc There have been up to yester day four additions to the cliuich and four conversions Mrs George Itecse noo Miss Vova Miller arrived from Pinovilhi lvt wek to remain until after Christmas with her euit Mrs F N DHuy We have slatted on a record brisking ado with tho greatest tidal wnvn of ChHidmas bargains that ever struck this city Samuel Sulzer Sr Jhittingly Ulendean was In f XiSt1 Louisville lust weeK purchasing mipplies for his blncksmltli shop II reports bus Â¬ iness in his lino as looking up Itev J C Hayes a blind preacher from Covington delivered a very hn prcssivo sermon Sunday night at the Baptist church on immortality The answer is tho same to nil buy your holiday goods from tho More that has tho crisp and nappy barglns for wide awake buyers the placo is F N DHuys Mr and Mrs J 11 Rowland who spent a week at Kosetta with Mr nnd Mrs Alf Taylor returned home last week accompanied by Mrs Elizi Taylor jfhe hog market was flit last week 1ricta dropped from 3 CO to 310 Monday The better grades of cattle were steady nnd in good demand at from 21 to 3 cents Preaching at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday Begining with the new year Mr Grant purposes giving n Beries of illustrated sermons on the Pilgrims Progress Â¬ Â¬ la sick with Monarch pneumonia W 1 Owen Glendeane returned from Buck Moorman went to Louisville Sat Louisville last week He wnn there hol unlay night ing the tobacco market which he found Miss Bettie Webb was visiting in Glen in a state of collapse Hn put up two di nne Sunday hogsheads which he coi Htdered good Â¬ Mis Joe llo vard of Kick Vale Is vis- Keep the system in perfect or tobacco nud was only offered 21 10 and iting her parents der by the occasional use of 2 50 He rejected the sale of1 course Mrs Bob Crlder returned to her home and come home not In the best humor Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ at Furdfvllle Friday W M Downs was nlso there on tlioEame Tho MIsspm Green talk of taking rooms ulate the bowels and produce mission He teports a worse state of af nnd nj cted nt Mrs Lucy Hunters fairs even tliBti Mr Owen Ernes ltoherlsnn went to Louisville all bids Farmers will have to learn that sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ times to hold to Saturday night with stock it dotsut pay in these iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ Miss Mary Moorman was in Hnrdlns hncco It is best in the Jong run to tell Saturday dred diseases an absolute cure at home nnd to tho first and beet bidder bur shopping last to furnish Moor Sherman Ball oII In this issue of the News appears the tinn Di ane Co 16000 ties of Suzbrs full page advertismeut Best of prices paid Produce wanted Their advertismente are always care- Â¬ for produce Julian II Brown fully written nnd makes good reading F0RDSVILLE W O and D C Moorman went to they are progressive and want your pat llnrdiiiHbn g Saturday morning In October Mr Ruunal Salzir romtg of Webster came Fred Moorman Mrs Corrill veul to OiMiihhoio Mon Sr father of J F and S L Sulzer be down Saturday to visit relatives day came owner of the well known houo in Mies Muttle Mattingly of Hltes Bun Carl Dellaven spent Friday and Satur this eity and will continue tho business visited her sister Mrs Julian Brown retired day iu this plnce Mr Suzjr is an old experienced Clint Westerfield has the contract for merchant of Louisville who has made building Dean sons new warehouse MIbb Halite ford Rpent last week with sucthe mercantllo business a financial from a her brother T 8 Ford Jim Denne has Just returned cess Mr Sulzsr will lw constantly on Alfred Wiight nnd wife of Lyonia weeks visit to bin best at Sorghotown forepecial bargains the market ever elert Saturday was a fine day for our mer- were here last Tuesday for his house Mr J O Nolle is the chant- tin town was full of buying peo James Uuckby of Louisville spent a business mannger of the house and all pl fow days here last week vim and push of former yars will be Olliu Carter lion come from Indlnuopo I M Hooker County Clerk has been The lis to spend the winter hero witli his continued with renewed energy visiting friends at this plnce News extends Its congratulations to Mr father Will Neel of Owensboro now makes Nolte for the safe anchoring of busi Â¬ Mis Lutie Moorman m been visiting his regular trips to Fordsville ness which has been one of the leading at Irvinglon and has now gone to Smith Tho protracted meeting has comInstitutions of tlds city Long luay he field on a vUit menced nt the Baptist church nnd his business prosper Full line etaplo nnd fancy groceries J lie young folks had a social at Mr conftctionnries brnd Ac nt nil fin s nt Woreleya Wednesday night BRANDENBURG Julian II Browns Thro is a now engine on the Falls of Will sell goods Hough now ns the old one ia In the shops Cash paid for produce Nuptials House Party Malln Radley as cheap a nnybody so come nnd get my for repairs prices Julian II Brown Mcsara Smith English and Wick De Literary Quite a Success Other Moorman Dane Co have recently Haven of Cloverport spent several days Interesting Notes purebasid Mr Chnrley Itoberteona tim- hero this week hunting ber or track of it for H500 Will Grinnell has been quite sick Notice Miss Mary Moorman and her cousin Mis Win Ditto of Beecli Grove lis Fred Moorman of Webster spent Sun Dr Spaulding tho dentist hns severed much better his connection with The Louisville Den day with Mia Uessio Moormnn Miss Pearle Ditto has been quite sick Ouo or more weddings will be in tal Co of Owensboro and will here nfCloverport nt tho reguar ap but is better itendenue about Christmas Further ter visit times to practice his profession pointed Miss Agues Matin is back from Owens-Â¬ will follow next week statements for himself nnd not as the representative boro where eho bus been taking violin Vie Itobertson went to Dawson Springs of the Louisville Dential Co lessons Dr Spaulding ia an expert graduate Saturday or Ida health Ilia frienda Little Dwight Coleman is not able io will regiet to learn that he very and will give his personal attention to any work sit up but Dr Pusey thinks lie is getting alowly along well Mattingly A Bro have moved their Â¬ lhley Iowell Mrs Johnny Tuttg Pills Cure All Liver Illse Its Room We Need TO DISPLAY OUR CHRISTMAS GOODS Perfect Health Â¬ Tutts For Â¬ A Vigorous Body WE BEGIN THIS WEEK A great snlo in odd eizo JEANS pants and other kinds Jlig fat people who have u hard time ts TUTTS Liver PILLS getting fiiltetl will find hero a snap Â¬ Â¬ CLOAKS FOR LADIES A fow inoro special bargains loft Como this week in CLOAKS Â¬ nnd get ono Â¬ RUBBER SHOES Wet damp weather calls for Bomo kind of protection for tho dampncBS wo have shoes for I all eyes ONLY NINE MORE LEFT Out of tho big lot of DOUBLE BARREL SHOT GUNS which wo have been closing out at a bargain At tho price we oiler them they wont last long If you want a gun for Christinas get ono now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Samuel Sulzer Sr Â¬ Â¬ I note your editoral about my suggest Â¬ aiiw mill into tho heart of Glendeane and our people aro treated to Ita hum Â¬ ming this week Jtta wispered that some girl will occupy that new house that is going up at Sidnoy seems hap Â¬ M- - Judsnn Owens py but in unusually silent when ques ren ion to the out going President nnd am sorry you do not agree with me Bro Pate preached last Sunday morn ing and night to good congregations In Hie afternoon he preached to tho child- Â¬ Â¬ Joe Dolls I I That will pay you to remember Never forget nml always remember that we carry the largest stock and greatest variety in Brandenburg Always receiving new fall styles goods 23 Â¬ Dolls Dolls DOLLS CASTOR IA Â¬ u Mr and Mrs T B Fairlelgh and Mhs Malin went to Louisville to so Henry Malin and Miss Nell Itadley mar- Â¬ ried Tho stores are full of holiday goods Attractions in most alluring forms All one needs is dollars and dimes to satisfy tastes and desires Misses Susie Elder aud Lil Uhodes Messrs Price and Bonduraut spent Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday with Miss Katie Mat tingl of Woodland Prof Burton went to Louisville last Friday Brandenburg Normal will have a good library through tho efforts of Messrs Burton and Hardest The whole air is tremulous with the sound of sweet wedding refiains The symphony is contageout an epid mic reigns Next letter will tell of The half unconscious power to draw hnppy hearta to each other by loves sweet love The Literary was quite interesting last Friday night The chip basket was a novelty Pupils reciting a quotation in answer to roll cull was aa inlereutiog fea- Â¬ Doc Gray rendered an original ture poem which was sweet tender full of pathos and was well received 1 uotico how Chapeze Wathon of Owensboro is being urged to muku the raco for Commonwealths Attorney Mr Wathon served in this district in tho same capacity aud I assert without fear of contradiction that none better more faithful no more honest or filcient prosecutor ever filled the oflico In addition hes an elegant gentleman and a good man Mr W T Cole of Hillsboro III died on Nov 28 No particulars Mr Cole wss a resident of this place nt one time and a practicing lawyer He married a Msi Eulow relative of the Fairleigh family Mr Cole was an intelligent worthy christian gentlemau His wid ow and children have the sympathy of their old friends here who still cherish kindest recollections of them Henry Malin of this place and Misa Nolle 8 Radley of Elizabethtown wore mat ried Tuesday in Louisville by Bish Â¬ op McCloskoy They came down on tho packet aud were tendered a handsome reception by Mr and Mrs AV II Cough at their beautiful suburban homo Hours from nine to twohu Henry is one of our leading young business men Nella Is ono of tho handsomest mott vivacious young ladies that has ever vis- Â¬ ited our town and a favorite with every- Â¬ one Tho young couplo have frieuds galore who extend congratulations Go 1 measures souls by their capacity for en tertalnlng His best Angel Lovo Who loveth most is nearest to God Who is all love or uothiug Misses Annie Bonduraut Mabel Har Â¬ den Fannie Pusey Phillips Beulah Fon taine Will McGehee Joe Heudrick Orla Woolfjlk Benll Grinnell and your cor- Â¬ respondent formed a most happy house party at the beautiful homo of Mr and Misses Mis It B Shacklett last week Mattie and Mabel Shacklett know Just exactly how to add to each guests pleas We had complete po ure and comfort session of the house and quito a romance by the way occurred Somnambulism for instance the changing of rings among come thlrg s Wo aro all bookod for two jolly house parties during tho holiday but no occfislon could leave more pleas Â¬ ant impressions ban our little sojourn with such kind hospitable friends aa tho Shacklett family Agnes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tic nod They say ita quito restful to leave Glendeane and run up to sleepy old il irdlnsburg for a day There is no nap piog here business is brick and every nitu fima work to do Miss Alma Mattinglys birthday wna la t Saturday and she was the recipient Mrs Curtis of sovend nice presents gave her and her little friends a jolly party Saturday evening John Beeler was here Saturday meet in numerous friends John would mike a running candidate next year and litres fir him viienever he wanta any tliing from tho votes of Breckenridge SuMtli English and Wick Dellaven came out from Cloverport last week and witli Dave Moorman Tom Owen aud Dick Oi en used up a good deal of am m initio i and frightened birds consider ably at lirat Meade County Court Last Monday was a iretty busy day In Judge Woolfolka court There were the ii8iiil number of road cases and a few cot rted cases which uavo the law ytrs a c uuico to air themselves WILLS lEOUATKI The Prettiest line ever shown drtss ginghams See our fancy plaid drees goods nt 15c and Lc A full size hatchet IOj 10 jii 1 1 Dosier cotton worth Uc nt 4e yarn high colors only 5c CO p a heat hluo calico worth c ut 4c Knameld handled curry comb 5c io pi a blench cotton 7c at 5c 1 lot of Indies fhocs all kinds nud sizes o hed comforts our price only Uc some wotth - 150 1 00 our choice CO pdr hlanketa take them liJc 75c 3 baisSt Louis bo ip 5c 1 lot of Indies button hhoes only these piit tin cups Tic hiz s M IS 3J I worth 2 your choice 7 nt IOj lot children shoea sizs 5 liSc 15 pre nice heavy canton lluincl 5c 1 AVe will sell pair mens - boots J5 pair mena jait pants 50c you nt 1 25 lot clothes briiahM worli 25c at 10c 00 doz mens white dress shirts nt 4te hit liHir brushes at 10c These coats aro lot Wool dresi giidj wotth 35c at lJc 1 lot heavy duck coats wortli 150 but will sell thorn at tho low price of OSc worth lies Good quality Si at 5c fony 1 1 1 1 Cabbage BLUE SPRING HERD Our clothing deportment is full of all seasons choico goods and at Full capes and jackets at rock bottom priceH tlio lowest possible prices Highest mtirket price paid for your dried fruit wool chickens feathers Wehtivo also added a now grocery department Give us a egg- - etc call GEO YEAKEL TELEGRAPHY CO KY ETC BRANDENBURC BOOE KEEPINO SHOHT HAND PENMANSHIP J Pusey of Garnettsville cane into curt with the will of her Ute husband and qualified as administratrix Tie will was a abort one and written iu his own hand Tho following is a copy Lakeland June 21 1895 I W K Pusey write the following aa my laat will and testament First I wish my wife Sarah J Pusey to have the entire proceeds of my two life policies to wit Ono in the Mutual Benefit of Now Jersey for three thous Â¬ and dollars aud one in the Equitable of New Yerk for five thousand dollars and an muci of the remainder of my estate ail sbedeema necessary for iter support Ptccnal In addition to her equitable and distributive share iu my estate my daughter Ellen Pusey shall receivo three hundrid dollars a year for her support so long as she may remain unmarried Third the other of my children I wish to shatu alike iu the distribution of my Mrs hi Oi Improvul I luster While jrul lolmj fhln i Iig iriheJ x iwlne Itridy Nu 7341 and IUkCou-li-lsm- v herd AI10S Wjandotet II I Itu k I Iliumji S C II Icinni and Imiden Wte llili rorin prize Hcxk rt aomibe Iggfino peris and fjoo er 7 circlully piclo I kliiH H Your pjlruiiuue kind y solicited cat bluet un Hespecttully j iurautecd II APAKKS Clifton Mlli Kv run saii ciiivi fr Who desires to better his or her condition in life should write for tho Catalogue of tho LZVzd Veyp0newt KY -- BRYANT No 400 THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE STRATTON SEb L VWW Grand Openin Of the Largest and Handsomest line of Holiday G oods at Santa Clans Headquarters at Nevitt G oughs ebtato Signed II K Pusey Witness Pktkii Dhuuy C E Gahunkk Jleury Cox was released aa overseer of void aud Edward Smith waa appointed iu his place Geo H Richardson Jr was granted license to retail brandy by the quart at his own place of business Paynesvlllo Tho will of John It Wright Doe Itnn was filed for probate Lewis Wright waa vnteied ns executor without bond Mr Wright made au equal distribution of Ida estate among his heirs g- iaG-SFNKS- rc y Monday December 14 1896 MOTHERS FRIEND SUortcnx labor lessens pain iiminUiiin duuuer to llo o In condimitlier nnd chili uuil leaven her recovery tion inoro fuvoruule to speedy StroiiKor nfter limn before connnem nt i aj u luomlucnt mljwlfe In tho best remedy TbolU Â¬ ffeBcs 4V--tVVVVVma FOR RISING BREAST Known ami worth the price- for that atone Itrulorsed nuit recommended by mldwlvc sou nil IrtOlo who lnwo used It llcwaro or MUbmltutes and Imitations Bring the little ones and let them have a day of pleasure Remember lAAAhSASSkS Brandenburg the date and pace Makes Child Birth Easy Sent by Kjprcss or mull on receipt of price pr bottle Hook TO MOTHEHS1 mailed free containing- - voluntary testimonial Stoo LEVITT GOUGH BIUDNELU sou bt au UEGUUTOH CO ATLANTi DBuaais rt di mmtmmmmmmam ni rx L- 4 i i j 4 Breckenridge THE News 1890 REiGKEXNRIlDQB S- 5- NEWS GIaOVRPORT KY STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES ORDER FOR CHRISTMAS An ST MOORE CO Workingmens Headquarters WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 0 Mr Watterson In Low Spirits ft rom the New or k P1 We Handle Everything fc Needful To Make Jouriul Mr Henry Wnlterson is no longer voting and like most incu who have lived a long time and taken a keen inter- Â¬ panion mid easy to oTate Is truo est in public attain lie ia disposed to of Hoods rills which nro Bucklens Arnica Salve think that the world is going to tlio dojip up to tlato In e ery respect Thk UiiST Salve In trie world for Cuu Men were braver and higher minded and Safe certain and sure All lirulsea Sores Ulcers Salt Itlicum Fe Â¬ dniRRlsts oo C 1 Hood Co -I owell Mass more patriotic and women more beaull h Tli orlv lti to ft If trntvirllla ver Sure Tetter Chapped Hands Chil ful before Mr Wattetson had gray hair lie mourns the decadence In tlieee among blains Corns and nil Skin Eruptions Wo make onr best bow lo our Bran and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ denburg correspondent and hope she other gloomy sentences In 1800 wo were a few millions of peo- Â¬ quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect will not fall us again The News ia not In 1000 wo satisfaction or money refunded Price complete without her ple and wo loved liberty cents per box Fon Salk hy A It are nearly a hundred millions ol people Our farmers have Buffered the considauJ we love money Moreover individ- FiBher erable loss of fodder by tho two severe collectively we havo n great ually and winds of late occurrence DONTS POR CHRISTMAS deal of money Moat of this money is Three covered wagons well loaded called corporations invested in what are with humanity passed through out com- Â¬ From a handful of individuals we have Â¬ Â¬ cudi which mint be supplied with a pieco of raw fat pork when they let their timothy hay go to seed because then It when they wasto moro lasts longer than one half of the fertilizing material that la made on the farms because they know better Hutu the men of pcieiice who have studied the soil and have told them how to me it Ihe Youth Com Â¬ When jou take Ilocda Fills The big aiijrar coitol pills which tear you nil to take plow nre not In It with Hood s No Gripe ra7 f xnc cut of our SflflssssssssssssssssssssIi tnnircr fttOCl Heml onleni at once SatUfacflon guaranteed loRtie free 011 npplloatlon Mention this paper ds rioo Pills with Meelblndeniewuicu JIOO Til Ilnlln ik of name pnitrrn half Inch Bend or WM KENPRIOKS SONS JEWELERS 000tvTSFtty our Christmas Cata Â¬ i Â¬ school with his pupils visited our reboot Fidav Irritations before noon by both schools The crowd being too large for the school Iiduso all retired to the church afternoon where a couple of hours were spent in f polling Misses Camie Kelly and Itosa Hoffman gave out tho words and both schools did good spelling neither school could gain victory over tho other and quit with even We wish Mr Lamb success tallies with his pleasant school and bid you vlst ua again in the near future Â¬ PUNCTDROID Mends Punctured Tires While You Hide and KEEPS THEM MENDED No Walking llome IoQij Guaranteed not to injure tires One treatment Insures your tires against leaks for a year For Salo by Blcyclo Can containing enough Puncturoid for two tires Dealers or sent postpaid to any address on receipt of No taking out of valves Home Comfortable And an Honest Man Happy In Furniture Carpets And House Fixings Of all Kinds We Sell For Cash Or on An Kind Of Terms Giving More For the 3Ione3r Than any Other House We Rent or Exchange Now For Old Wo Haul Store Pack S And Ship We Advance 3Ionc3 on Goods Consigned For Sale We sell ONLY on commission and always at or below factory jl prices jjoii i wirow away good money on the old fogy regular dealers or the wind jamming one gallused installment concerns Come to the FACTORY thiough factory Headquarters where you can get all kinds of Furniture Carpets etc for cash or time Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY S T Moore Co Agents Manufacturers Jefferson Through to Green Bot 4th and 5th Color llllailuex Does n lunn fail to sen any colors nt all when Jio is color blind asked Mr or docs ho too thciu Drinkliorii Wrong Ho booh tliom wroiitfi as you call It explained tlio iihysioiitu Now your tioso instead of appearing iu its natu- Â¬ Enquirer - person to bu green Orcou Any particular shade ask ed Mr Drinkliorii with tho iutoutinn of being facetious bottle- Becu Yea Oinoiuimti Â¬ - ral color would look to a color blind TllftS- SlBll OATOniA K lie flfUtUf Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven ao valuable that I do not hesitate to recommend it to any one You can not only buy what you want but you can sell anything you noon Dr F Winger Ephrate Pa says Mr J D K ine a cigar maker of this have in tho way of Farm Produce Timber Ties and Lumber at the Why Buffer with Coughs Colds and place reports a complete cure of his highest market price The proprietor of this storo is the energetic and LaGrippe when Laxativk Bnouo Quinine cough with a 60 cent bottle of Chamber accommodating will cure you in one day Does not pro- Â¬ lalnn Cough Itemedy alter he had tried duce tho ringing In the head like Sul Â¬ others which had failed For sale at 25 phate of Quinine Put up iu tablets conand 50 cents per bottle by A It Fisher Who will be glad to see you and havo your trade venient for taking Guaranteed to cure DruygUt or money refunded Price 35 Cents The Curfew Idea Foraalo by A 11 Fisher The Curfew idea is one that is growing In Memoriam rapidly In popular favor with the people In loving memory of our step father of tho United States When it has been John HBlake who was called to rest once tried it Is found to be giving such KENTUCKY Nov 20 1890 after an illness of seven satisfaction that the people would not teen days Deceased was horn near Clo think of abolishing the system For Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace verport Ky Jan 21 1837 In early life the benefit of those that do not under Â¬ professed faith in Christ and united with stand what it means we will explain Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 tho New Bethel Baptist church later At eight oclock in the evening or at any moving his membership to Lost Bun other hour designated every boy and Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn tho Floors of Bed rooms church and was ever found ready aud girl uuder the age of fourteen or sixteen Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ willing to givo of his means to keep tho as may be agreed upon must get off the rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont cause of Christ streets aud be at home unless accom- Â¬ Oh how little we thought when strick- Â¬ panied by a parent or guardian Those a superior in the South rate of charges considered en with sickness that after seventeen who have tho welfare of the young peo- Â¬ Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement days of the most intense suffering wo ple at heart and wish to see these same would see his eyes closo in death and his boys and girls grow up to be useful and RATES 2 AND PER DAY cold and lifeless form interred beneath respectable citizens cant help but en warm the sod of the valley Our invalid moth Â¬ dorso this move It is an exceedingly If your subscription to the Niws has er be left lonely iu her declining years rare thing that a boy or girl either has expired dont wait six months or a year and our home he dark and desoluto his any business on the streets after 8 or D for us to remind you that it is time to chair is vacant at the fireside and theres oclock in the evening The thieves and DISEASES OP THE SKIN pay and renew Make up jour mind an aching void in our hearts that noth Â¬ the thugs of nearly every town and city The intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ that thu first bill ou pay will bo your ing can fill Teach us oh God to bow to in the Uuited States havo been from dent to eczema tetter salt rheum and other Wharfmasters Steamboat Agent subiciiption and you will make your the submission of Him who doeth all boys who wero permitted to be on tho diseases of tho Bkin is instantly allayed by CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Christmas aud curs brighter things well and say Thy will be done streets at unusual hours More than Ointment Many very bad cases havo been Local Agents Tlio beauty of making Christmas gifts He has but been transplanted In the one boy in Madisonville now rests under permanently cured by it It is equally is to leave the recipient convinced tliat garden of God where ho will henceforth suspicion simply from being on the efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem- Â¬ Homestead Fertilizer Company and edy for soro nipples charijicd hands chil- Â¬ tho present is an expression of friend flourish ia fadeless bloom and nt each streets after 0 oclock at night It is ex blains Standard Oil Company frost bites and chronic sore eyes ship or love Dont make it appear aa a recurring springtlmo may lowers bloom ceedingly raro that any boy has any bus- Â¬ For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box Dealers In formality an obligation or because it above his grave in beauty and reshueea iness whatever up In town after the sun Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor Try Dr Cndya Condition Powders they was expected Mako the gift a heart which is hut an emblem of his memory goes down The boys of this country ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding arc just what a horse needs when in had condi offering or dont make it at all Do it In our hearts and are silent monitors of are well worth looking after They aro don Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Shingles Salt Lime Cement ever bo small an object inexpensive and the dead and in their voiceless beauty to be our future men Tho Hustler Laths Plaster Plastering L HODGES W M 11UUCE of little value if it ia given in the spirit they teach the heart a lesson Hair Plow Handles Prei Secy it may of sincere friendship it will he prized never wholly forgot immortality of life Bricks Etc 0 N Giant a prominent druggist of far beyond diamonds bestowed in com aud love beyond the shaded mysteries of Grant Boono county Ky in sending Estimates Furnished for Buildings and in pliance with the custom of the season the silent grave Building Material a nice order writes It ia the best DR bellspTne-tar-hone- y or because you feel that you have an INCOltFOKATEU A brief sleep beneath the earth clods seller have I in stock I sell a doien bot- Â¬ obligation to discharge Capital Stock of the valley and a bright awakening tles of Dr 50000 1000 Shares Bells to one Advances a New Theory In the Treatment with a full fruition of a blissful and eter- Â¬ of any now on Sale at 2 Each other kind of medicine BEWLEYVILLE nal spring of All Cough Lung and Bronchial Ilii mfleringt ended with the night A Word to Tobacco Growers MoKinleyCoDfldence and Prosperity It Cures and Troubles Ytt lived heat ludoic Fine frosty weather all tho past week Since the election ono hundred men And btpathed the long long nlht awaf Cures Quickly contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ Hog killing all the go The Wheel Tobacco Co ia now a div In ttjttio like repose have been discharged at the Illinois dend paver It ia not a scheme gen in the proportion of one It is Singing every Friday evening at 7 p Central railroad Bhops at Paducah and an enterprise based and managed on Hut when the sun in all hit Hate Absolutely harrnleui and pleasant to m iu thu Methodist church to five Illumed the eastern iliei now it is given out that the force of strictly business principles take It cuts loose the mucous and alHe passed through glorys morning gate Prof Sam Pato visits the family of Mr As soon as the above dnmber of shares men in the Texas shops will be very lows it to be spit oil without exerting or M P Payne again And walked in ljradije materially reduced December 1 on ac- Â¬ are disposed of the stock will advance to straining and stops the cough at once by par or 100 per cent and will readily JOSIC AND SARAH DlllSKELL Tho Bible class meets Sunday evening count of slack business command a premium The business is healing the inlUmed parts gives vigor Tho Garfield Ky subject of tho lesson part cf the These are the men who were hauled run entirely in the interest of tobacco and vitality to the respiratory organs and journey of thu Israelites through tho around over the country in the cara- Â¬ growers the stock cannot be sold to any produces a condition in which all the DUKES wilderuess vans that exhibited at one night stands other classiaof men Remember that the Company five years old and that His functions are exerted with regularity and in Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisville established it is no lontrer an pxniH L J Jolly who has been quite sick harmony contains Oxygen and Nitro Sapp and Duke havo a good pile of logs and Henderson just before the elec- ment with la grippe ia much better and we are ltemember wo have no Balarinil at their mill They have Bawed two days tion marching in McKlnley processions I officers eating up the nrofita and that gen the former greatly ins glad to see him out again this Companys expenses aro a hundred Common Schools and Farmers Boys this weok to insure a roturn of confidence prosexcess ozone and is very fold less than any other company of the A well known writer on agricultural perity plenty of work and increased saineslz i Buy your stnek now or ship Mrs Kahal who has hieu ill with tv soluble in water Heat libersubjects sajs in a long and w Isely express Â¬ ua five hhds and get one share free phoid fever for some time wo learn is wages ates it it is raken into the ed article that it would be uselcni to at- Â¬ You will not Similar reductions have been made uou win maxe money some better lungs by inhalation absorb regret it Address tempt thorough instruction in thesdeuce The roads have becoino dusty duriug upon a number of other railroads of agriculture iu the public tclioole but ed by the blood which it IWHEEL TOBAOOO 001 1 the cold spell and ore in fine condition notably tho great Pennsylvania and Big that it is entirely practicable to give the Four and wages have been scaled on Southeast Corner 12th and Main Sts purifies and so goes directly for traveling purpcs s Contagious Blood Poison been ap Â¬ pupil In the country schools a start iu propriately called tho curse hasmankind some of tho Hues as well pf to the seat of all diseases LOUISVILLE KY that direction to set them thinking It is the one disease that physicians cant Ofr Campbell killed the largest hog According to Dunn Cos report Tuesday that has been killed here this Send for our 200 page about their own vocation and arousu a not cure their mercurial aud potash there wero 300 failures in the United The well known Brands of remedies only bottle up the poison in season It weighed 1 13 pounds net spliitof Inquiry that will be lasting Treatise Stat last week against 370 the same Sent free system forth in a W J Buruett was working Thursday week Irst year The system of education In use iu the the virulent to surely break in a total more form resulting on his new residence that ho ia erecting public schools Is too often distinctly out wreck of the system Hurrah for McKlnley confidence and Mr Irauk B Martin prominent on the land ho lately purchased from prosperity Owensboro Messenger of sympathy with tho farmers life it 1529 Arch Street Phlladelpkk P at 926 Pchaylvanin Ave Wash Wm Tindlo tends to stimulate a desire on thu part of Jeweler San Francisco Cal Toronto Can ington uUsnys the young to getaway from the farm It John K JohnBou slipped on the ice I was for a long should not attempt to exalt the childs time uuder treat falling and hurting himself very badly tnent of two of one day last week but soon recovored so opinion of agriculture by means of glit 1 THE the best physi Â¬ as to bu out again tering generalities on thu delights of Great RESTORER For Modioli use can bo had at cians of this city ountry life whioh thu child knows nil Roatorea psrfect Tho past week brought with It weather for a severe case heaith vcoranu about hut should by grounding him in of blood poisou of sufficient irlgidness to verify the pre Â¬ uanlioodTmd rehut my condition diction of the weather prophets as to tlio foundation prluclplta of agrlcultuie moves all oUta the grew worse all es to marriage givo hi in thu love for it which always F not- Â¬ severity of the coming winter wjiilp the itestoros tbe comes with intelligent and scientific entire nervous withstanding the Thero was a gopd crowd out Wednes Â¬ stem and stops al interest fact that they yum losses hq charged wc three day night at Mr flukes to the singing Tho science of farming really includes movos effects of ttio hundred dollars and as at all comings together tho class all other sciences sins of youth and ex It is a noble occupaSly tnoutli was furnished splendid vocal music cesses of later years I tion worthy thu attention of any man of filled with eatini sores my tongue was RomovoaalleiTcts Stopping cross tie making turning off education The chemist interested In almost eaten away ei that l0T three of illss nation und r pairs nil WAte plsces May exploring thu mysteries of matter loves months I was unable to taste any solid hands and cutting wages on those that Quroslnsamulaand his profession lie can hardly get too food Myhairwas coming out rapidly are retained doesnt look atpgether like OANNELTON INP refreshing lestores had audi was in a horrible fix sleep Ogres Immuch of It Thus it is with every othor VATJQUs treatments and wasInearlytriedÂ¬ prosperous times to fellow up a tree dis with oue eye shut potence- and restores occupation the real Inner meaning if couraged when a friend recommended k full vital power -Next Saturday night being the time which any one has begun by iutoligeiit SSS After had taken four IPtlfS I Curaa all wasting or began to get better and when I had 8tt for lie beginning of ft serlea of meet ibaaemeand restores devotion to it to comprehend 1evr nouy irmi iu an nans 01 jut shed eighteen bottles I was cured inga at the Presbyterian clnircb That there is need forsotmtlilng Iu sound NLlV--LIFla Urn nnWh urely every tti well my skin was without a wlr iitiK and ntlordi relief from tho common schools to start young farm blemish aw f havp md no return pf christian should lay aside all worldly l nr- -- Hv a iiR it remnvBa tha rnnA Capital Sreck 185 000 era iu such an intelligent comprehension cares and fouie put and help to tear down he disease SBSsaved pie frpui a ul ai- tu niUiirti lo eltcct a cure Cure u u HiKichU discount to physicians Surplus 97 600 la evident aa tho of misery of their occupation iini 886 ffHtUVfifffffJmfX tho stronflholds of Satin whioh have en Â¬ will Our w treatise on Nervous Diseases B f BKARD Preildtat writer we have referred to hints when vegetable will euro any case of blood trenched behind them many blood inhxwi Its Loss and Recovery mailed poisou Books on tucdueasc bought souls of WILL MILLKE Vlo PrMldnt our friends and loved in An sealed wispner for two 2 cent farmers who have spent years in these aud its treattnnms Montlnn this psper M H BKARD Caihlr mailed ones for truly the harvest is great and atten- Â¬ schools continue to plant sow kill hogs ment eaJ k Mr TrUI Treitaunl 114 tx Cosvlnccd free by Swift 0 W BKAHD J and do other thing in the moon the laborers aro few NERVMIFE MEDICAL CO Specific Co DlNw KALAMAZOO MICH when they believe that cattle loose Jier Vtlantu Ga Mr W W Lamb of the Midway The in- Â¬ become a nation of institutions dividual counts for less and less organi Â¬ zations for more and more It is the idiosyncrasy of the age we livo in Tlure is no disputing the truth of that but it furnishes no reason for despair Every nation subject to modern Influ Â¬ ences has gone in for money making as well as ourselves Now they aro exhib- Â¬ iting tlio natural fruits of the Democratic spirit and the wonderful mechanical in ventions which have so prodigiously in- Â¬ In creased human power of production this century the better part of the race has bent its mind and energies exclusively to Improving its material condi- Â¬ Unquestionably the standard of tion physical comfort has been greatly raised and unquestionably again ideals have become more practical That is merely to- - say that thero Is some loss to set off agalust the mighty gain The tendency unmistakably is still toward aordidncss But a btudent of history like Mr Watter sou should not be cast down by phenom Â¬ ena which aro necessarily ephemeral Whether work is done by hand or steam whether men struggle for glory or for money human nature remains the same and lta essential qualities are euro to as sert thcmselvei in the long run A re action from the prosaic is sure to come and we shall have again ideals that warm the imagination and stir the blood ideals which decline to reconcile themselves with the theory that money mnking is tho most reasonable the noblest occu pation in vi hich man can engage The nineteenth century Iins been given over to the making of things It is easily thinkable that the twentieth century will wako up and set ilself the task of finding out how things may Le more equitably divided Not how to get rich but how to be happy is lifes pornianent conundrum and it ia not to be answer ed by machinery The Bonne and sentiment of humanity can bo relied on to bring it out of the pli8no of development which Mr Watter What he son mistakes for degradation feoH as to the diingoit of concentrating wedtb the diminution of the importance of the individual and the dominance of the puree an increfning minoiity of men ol thought nnil multiline iisbtinelB feel Tliey are the sign of the better the more rational the more manly tinui coming Mr Watterson has been over in Europe a good while in older civilizations than thif and tlio environment has depn used his American npirits A few weeks in Louisville will tone him up and restore liiH confidence in the capacity of the peo pie of thm Republic to work out their salvation in spite of the trusts and syndicates and other products of a social state which likoall other social states evolves evil along with good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What to Give and What Not to Give munity Sunday eastward hound Your Friend Tho Mutual Improve mt nt Club has Dont organized again with a now name The Young Mens Debating Society The lEpworth Lcaguo will havo a Christmas literary sometime during the holidays Bro Walton did not come to fill his appointments hereSaturday and Sunday and we had prayer meeting Saturday and a sermon by Bro Morria Sunday Tho Lula Daniel Missionarj Society met Sunday evening with two new mem bets Old Santa Clnus will soon visit us again Ilia appearance ia already agitat Â¬ ing the mind of thechildren and we hope he will fully meet their expectations Miwes Mary Blauford Blanche Jolly and Florence Cain attended the Bay View Circle at Irvington Saturday afterÂ¬ In one night by applying gle Eye Salve Cracked hands and chapped skin cured Sutherlands Ea- Â¬ TESTIMONIALS lJJWJV pay mote for the Christmas tree than you pay for the f tilt Price Â¬ 100 CHELSEA MASS Dont send your gentleman adorer a gold toothpick He may have false teeth Dont send your pastor embroidered slippers To travel the straight and narrow path requires hobnailed shoes Dont buy your daughter a piano and your wife a wash tub If you reverse the order you will do Justice to both Dont place your expectations of a Christmas gift too high You may have to put your foot In your stocking to find anything in it Doiit make your friend a present and be disappointed because he doesnt give you Botnetbiug Perhaps you have sur- Â¬ prised him Dont give pres nta to people not quite so prosperoup as yourself aud toll them not to reciptocate because they cant a lord to make presents 15e just before yoit are generous Pay your debts including your hack nib scription beoio jou buy presents Your creditors may conceive that they have received an unexpected gift Dont give your boy a drum and for bid him beating it nor your daughter a lioreo and order her not to take it out of the stable without your permission Above all things dont have tho bad taste to be forever harping on what you would like to have for a Christmas gift Youi frieud mty be attacked with nausea and not get you anything Dont make jour wife a gift of some thing alio has needed for au entire year for then it looks as If yon made a virtue of necessity and cheatid jour wife out of a real hristmos pn h tit There is generally a lino field for the exercise of charity within a block of your own home Save your IlannelB for your needy neighbors The heathen iu South Africa would find them too Prom Citizens ol Pennsylvania Who Have Been Cured by Chamberlains Cough Eemedy Mr W W Splllen drug clerk with J W McConnell Parnassus Pa says I was out one night last winter and con- Â¬ tracted a severe cold I was so hoarse for a week I could hardly speak Know- Â¬ ing how well customers of our store spoke of Chamberlains Cough Kemedy I concluded to try It One half a bottle cured me entirely J A Van Valzah Hughesville Pa Puncturoid Mfg Co CLIFTON MILLS GENERAL STORE Now has a first class General Store where you can buy anything you want in tho way of DRY GOODS GROCERIES CLOTHING saB OR FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE 250 W Scott Miller Jr Manager GREGORY GO Â¬ Â¬ WheelTobaccoCo y The Air We Breathe Â¬ drsStarkeyPalens Compound Oxygen Â¬ Â¬ Blood Poison 1 NERVE LIFE Whiskey POPHAMS Drs Starkey Palcit PW ksn f - Â¬ The TAILOR J H Hunsche M Â¬ VVli OF 0 Taj lor Old Sport with Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every months Casper Co Keystone Club S Fine Clariette Wines prompt BANK HARDnrSBURG Â¬ sss Mail orders be given tion US1 INTEREST PAID ON TINE DEPOSITS