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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 C 1 br1 I e nrvriirij i m i mgp S it ra w r INDUSTRIAL Will Hustle To Promote COMMlTtet i - frwTwin AArAAAAAAMAAAAAArtrVrVVVtWV VTVH fUJWIJ D a i r the Publto Good Trie Road Question to Be Ressur ecteii WIDE AWAKE CITY DADS Â¬ Â¬ ARE YOU BANKRUPTlnhcalth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so Â¬ RI Compiled by ED GOODNIGHT Srs Straw hatn nhof n for warm iUonanra with the action taken Hold An Enthusiastic Alccting lhe- m- or HHtrviIiv Council Monday night Maj Steps Taken To Benefit the sppuiited the following g ntle men nieinbeM of the Induntrial Com City weather by the In OVER 20 YEARS ngo wo placed our fiign mittee W s - r J - f - y i yjfa n - iuiv E 0 Babbane Julius Nolle and Sunday Granted Sfittcrfield corner and it For sick headache dyspepsia W go ail Kemnitton target Ktins for John W Vest Tliis cimmlttee beam tho same rela A ppirit of progrcsalvenesa was obser has beon our every effort sour stomach malaria torpid fD Sus n Paper Cuba and Ain rtcan lltgi for tlon to munlclpil aflalrs as a com vant nt Council Monday night and our liver to give Cloverport a mod- Â¬ constipation biliousness mercial club Judge James It Skillman i lly fathers wero moro active at that fdecoraMon Sulzain ern buBiness establish Â¬ Horn to tho wife of Jrsph Foyers and E 0 Bahbage are tho corresponding meetlng than at any other previous and all kindred diseases fori secretaries and will nltiiul to all matters avceinhlHge April 20 h a flue boy ment thnt would do rotating to the obtalnlig of sites and Tho Mayor and Councllmen were all were in the city Monday p credit to a largor city present Mrs Fletcher Pauley went to Holts bonuses for new industries Tho road qui fit Ion will rrceivo atten Â¬ MHJor Barry called the body to order Bottom Tuesday evening First in tho hearts of tho Miss Delia llatt went to Oannelton tion and Judge Skillman will at once at the appointed hour Clerk DHuy May 7th people wo have striven take steps toward the resurrection of the proceeded to road minutes of last meet Â¬ Sunday to see her mother Mrs Dr Hudson nee Green came to bo and will continue to strive to keep up our past record projct of opening up a road from Clo- Â¬ ing which wero approved The differ Send 10 cents and get a pretty U P verport to the llarditisbuig and Owens ent committees wero then taken up by down from Louisville last week and is and Cuba badge Sulzera Low prices aro better than arguments our values will do their bororoad nt PlPfjah church via Tar tho Mayor who disposed of the bnsinesH visiting here Her sifter Miss Etta re- Â¬ Most complete grocery department in Offers own talking turned with her 8prlngs Wnra coming under each head Unfinished Green river country Vests A good many people hero were disap business was the first Under this camo A 40 page album of the U 8 Navy HEADLIGHT FLASHES jfijevery known art tho letting of the Water Works Fran Â¬ pointed to day to fearn that Bro Davidonlv 15 cents by mall Suzera Mr Mike Jungliug who has been act Â¬ chise Mr Williams of liawesville who son could not meet his appointment Whats a picture without a frame ing In tho capacity of foreman at the hail purchased the franchise at a special to preach at hli old home Five years jWebster was In the city we can frame it clipap Sulzera shops for four or live year haa resigned meeting wrs not present and the body ago hi announced that he would preach Send 15 ccnta and gt a beautiful pic Seo our lino of ladies Hosiery his position During his connection could not act as he had failed to Rend to day If able Wo learn that he is at oned black Louisiana molasses ture of the battleship Maine Sutzsra with the shops the men have become plans and apeclflcatlons The next in his home sick Fancy plaids and striped hose James G Malone route agent Adams J3P agllahing then let us ri you out Kxpress Company was in tho city Sat- Â¬ much attached to him and his leaving is order was the disposal of now business A BRILLIANT MAN new andfresh from the best hosiery a source of regret Mr II V Harris General Manager of urday establishment in the country Geo Greer left yesterday morning for the Breckeuridgo Cannel Coal Company Has Been Secured to Teach Our 4jnl by yur Hag have you one Viigil Wilson spent last week visiting Our Tampa Fla where ho goes to take a was preeont and offered a proposition to lino of summor weight underwear School relatives and friends in the Jolly neigh wVar InpHnHntorforn wllli tlin Inlloo borhood vacation of two or three weeks Tho the Council to assist in opening certain you will shortly need Come to us office of traveling engineer which had streets in the lower portion of tho city in doming house E E Hancock one of Kentuckys Batt came up from Cannelton John U H and Cuba pin flgj badges and been Inaugurated the first of the year The matter waB referred to the street most brilliant pedagogues has beon eu- for ladies furnishings of all kinds Sunday tospttid a few days with friends buttons Sulzera has beon abandoned but Mr Greer stat Â¬ committee for investigation The fol- Â¬ gaged to teach the coming term of tho this city JudKON 0 Mc5IercerofIlordinsburji ed that his engine had been given back lowing claims and accounts were approv- Â¬ Cloverport High School Mr Hancock Sulzera store its the beacon light When ho returns he will resume his ed A L 02zt 7 04 was in the city Monday E 11 Kings is now principal of tho Shepherdsvllle Wo save you money and thoro can bo that stands out boldly shedding gems of dutiea as engineer borry 1 75 Standard Oil Co 54 77 Academy He comes highly reocom bargains to all mankind no doubt about It Vest Wash Laue 15 F N DHuy 00 J A mended Mr Hancock is enthusiastic WHERE HEROES REST 1 Frank and J V Bates of Hawesvllle BnKCKKNiuuais Nkwb Barry 27 50 Brownie McOubbins of Stephensport n his work and he is confident that he Henry Dick Addison spent Sunday has accepted the position formely held Officers salary Judgo J It Skillman can build up a splendid school here Will All That Is Mortal of Ell Murray be 15 with relativts In the city Marshal Hall 20 and S E Wil by OHIo Tousey at the dpot Laid Mr and Mrs Orille Dellaven wont to s in 10 80 Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg was Holts Bottom Saturday The election of the city tax collector here Saturday serving summons for the Hon David It Murray received a tele Â¬ itri tne utcau everybody likes use Circuit Court which convenes next Mon was th next on the docket there being Have you noen tho now lino of II V gram yesterday to ttio efiect that Secre Â¬ only U H bread Sulzaru day tary of War Alger lms ordered tho body only two candidates for the place little S Corset just in short long and med- Â¬ Mrs V 0 Wood Oivensboro is the time whs not lost Marshal Hall and The Cincinnati packet New South of General Eli Murray removed from tho Geo W Short ium waist fancy trimmed with laco guest of Miss Evlyne Hicks were the candidates and went down the river Monday 8he had cemetery at Bowling Green to thb Arl- Â¬ on Cheap five Mr and Mrs A M Tate were paesen a splendid trip and was loaded to tho the first ballot Short received tlvo JL70U SALEIhorouKhtireil sows ami rlsiand tlxthonts Iolanil him pedlThey aro splendid bargains and if you ington National cemetry at Washington votes gers or Louisville yesterday Attorney II C Murray repre Â¬ creed and subiect to rezittrv guards D C The remains passed through Herbert Heard Hardimburg Fairy fingers never wove dalnter web need a corsot get it from us sented Charles Casperko who wantod the Miss Jennie AVarfield who has been Louisville yesterday afternoon The re SAIK rr exihangc for land nute or live than the beautiful lace at Hulzers absent from the city for the past month burial of tho remains will be under the privilege of erecting telephone poles IOIt one house and lot in the town of Clover within the corporate limits of tho city puit Ky shunted on the river near Gregory Everybody talk roads good roads and visiting Miss Eula Miller of Hardins- Â¬ auspices of the government Cos warehouse Said pnnerty is In good repair y was granted provided For fulher particulars addtess Vic Hobettson The then Cloverport will be prosperous burg has returned home It is not a remedy put up by any Tom lie would uot abstruct traffic in any iltinde te Mr Jack Board oi Irvlugtonhas been Hal 0 Murray went to New Albany SALK Alarm of 186 acres lying in one manner or damage private property Dick or Harry it is compounded by ex given the lr s agent at the depot mileund alialfof llardinsburE and well Im We can show you the best susponder on Ind Tuesday on important business part pharmacists Ely Bros offer a 10 Ed Goodnight inado au appropriate proved Terms easy Mr Boa d of extraordinary tho market strong elastic that wont give You bhould drop ia while in town and G Ilabbagc AKent V talont and his promotion to this impor cent trial size Ask your druggist Full speech suggesting the nppointment of an get prices ou picture frames Sulzera way tho first time any strain is placed on lICK All tant and responsible office will be the slzs Cream Balm 50 cents Wo mail it industrial committee and through his NO debted to therersons knowing themieltes in undersigned either by note or Miss Katie Sawyer went to Holts them 5C Warren St How about work shirts fancy ELY BROS N Y efforts one was formed and Mayor Barry account will plcare call and arrange same Our means of increasing the business Bottom Monday to be absent a few days business must e settled City was delegated to appoint such members old store of Ilcston beWillis Co W can be found at stripes with and without collars They aro Miss Mabel White after a most enjoy the II Ilowmer A The latest is always obtainable in Since 1801 1 have been a great buflerer as he thought would act to tho interest bon bargains millinery if in our reach Alms Judith able stay with her sister Mrs James G from catarrh I tried Elys Cream Balm ol the city WANTED Seaedbids for layine a biiclt Harris left Monday for her home in Miller navtmtnt around the county lail sill he re Ierrl Miss White is possessed of and to all appearances am cured ceived by mrat once Stone curbing and the w rk Miea Nannie Brash ear is spending Michigan hlo headaches from which I had long to be first class in every particular Thats right you cant find Call on or ad- GLENDEANE several weeks with relatives in West rare musical talent and her acquaint- Â¬ suffered are gone W J Hitchcock drtssme at Hardinsburg for plsns and tpecinca ances will regret to hear of her leaving a better shoe on tho market tions C a Haswell Point lato MBJor U S Vol and A A Gen Mrs H V Duncan will leave to day The genial Dr Haynes of Otvensboro for tho monoy S VI G Ono I undied and fifty acres of Thoy aro You want one of those new style linen Buffalo N Y 110U in Ohio county in one hall mile ol rail I Ih here hats at Vtsts for summer wear only for Louisville She will remain somerout ttati n with good buildings The tntirc made strong yet neat and for time obtaining new ideas pertaining to Miss Monna Hunter has a fine new tract f land is under vood feme Will sell or OUR SOLDIER BOYS 50 cento wear they will stray with vou See the styles in Tan Chocolate trade for other land Kor further rarllcuars call millinery and will return then display Â¬ I vers Pond piano on or address me at Askins Station Ky City Marshal Johu Hall received Alfred Henuiu of liawesville was a ing one of the largest and prettiest lines and Slacks for spring wear J II Awukkv Mrs Mary Jordan Wobster Is visit Â¬ letters yesterday from Ben F BateB passenger ou yesterdays train for Cin of millinery goods ever brought to this Emmott B Bates and Horace Gilbert ing Mrs Margaret Deaix cinnati city Send me Miss 1riscilla Harl Rockvale died of threo Cloverport boys who havejoined Mis Mary Djane left yesterday for When such constant praises come from the United States army and are now in consumption Saturday night Stauieys Station whure she will take a tho ladies as to the best selected stock of the artillery arm of the service and sta- Â¬ The census just taken gives Utopia 218 music class millinery it is somo indication for you tioned at Fortress Monroe iu Virginia pupil children for this school year Messrs Newman Birk and Arch Smith tii make your spring purchases The Grandest soap in tho world for the If you They are all in flue health and spirits And I will Send you After a protracted visit in Cloverport of Owonaboro were the guebts of Itoy have not visited our store do so by all and are aching to have a scrap with the Miss Lutie Moorman is at homo again complexion and toilot Made from tho packed in in plain Heyser Sunday mean and see the beautiful array of Spaniards in Cuba Their letters are W T Washer sweotost materials obtainable Son bridge contrac- Â¬ box one gallon fi Dr A Bishop a prominent citizen g mils Miss Judith Miller Nothing filled with expressions of patriotism and tors are hero to put the bridge across There are many ladles who put off the they are true Americans and capitalist of Ithaca N Y was iu elso like it makes tho skin like velvet Try Daniels creek buying of a hat until it is almost com the city last week ou business it Offers a Full Company Mr It L Bcz irth Louisville has lato Sam Hall andtwo sous Lafayette and pusory Tho reason of this is they have uot the confidence in themselves as to ly been visiting her brother Wm Boz E B McEweu a prominent citizen of Frank of Webster were the guests of 10 CENTS the selection of what best suits them Sacremento Ky has written Col David arth of this place wwnwBinutMuimewfflisij his brother Marshal Hall Sunday Nov in this instance you are compelled R Murray that he has raised a full com- Â¬ Mrs D C Moorman has been visiting Misses Margurite and Uettio Bowmer to leave the matter to the milliner pany and is ready to attach to the Mur- Â¬ her sister Mrs Frank Peyton Falls of went to Hawesvillu Tuesday They will Mrs H V Duncan is the milliner you ray regiment Rough since Saturday be the guest of Miss Lucille Sterett wish to seek her varied experience and Roy Heyser reporti d oft for the Span Â¬ The Star Spangle Banner Shall wave excellent taste fits her for this awful Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes There aro other brands of coffeo but ish war is upon the road yet and was over the laud Does it wave over our case the skin soft white and healthy Sold meeting old friends here last week none to equal Chase and Sanborns Tho 5 or 10 ceuti will get one Sul home You who have not yet made your pur- everywhere N market is glutted with imitations but zurs I see C V Koherbion administrator chase in spring millinery should delay STEPHENSPORT dont Rot fooled got tho best For tho advertises a sale of ihe personal properly Joe Harpole machinist at tin shops the mattT a few da and await the Second and Naln Louisville of th late Robt Wells The ralo is recdWnd h tulugram Monday morning arrive of Mrs II V Duncans stock last 10 years wo have beon soiling this For beautiful millinery call ou Mrs M calling him to his home in Bowling Her stock will comprise all of the lat- Â¬ Blaln celebrated brand of coffee and not a sin- Â¬ Qrteu est in turbans sailors and straws Many t gle complaint havo wo heard Strength J B Biggs HenJerson spent Sunday Bpeclal novelties will be brought on and Mr Patrick Dilliou of Hardinsburg and flavor it has no equal then youll be snbjct to no criticism with his family here passed through the city yesterday from Miss Ada Hanks will leave in a few Caunelton wher he hud been to attend and will appear attired in tho latest and days for Sulphur Wells most appropriate thing to wear the fuueral of a relative After all is said that can bo said thero remains so much unBaid Mrs Snyder is in Cannelton Ind Brckenrldge Boys at Camp Mount Mrs John Gordon and MIs3 Kate May that nothing short of an inspecton of our largo under medical treatment two of Cauufcltonfl nusc cultured ladies Two Breckeuridgo county boys are It A Smith has returned from a busi Â¬ So como and sto stock will do wtre in the ciy buudy tile guebts of now mobilized with the Indiana State ness trip to Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Chas Way and family troops at Cnmp Mount Indianapolis Mrs Andrew Crawford and Mrs Lon Mrs J W Jfoirin mi received a lettor Ind They are Burt Oram of Tar from herhusbaud OW Mooimau last Springs and W 8 Burdette The boys Roberts went to Louisville Thursday This season an especial effort on our part evening fie says he is prospecting iu went from Evansville and they will Mrs Chas Redman Irvington was has boen made to please tho most exact- Â¬ the neighborhood f Helena and that ho show thb Hooslero how Kentucklans the guest of Mrs Klrby Blaln Sunday will fight If they get into a mix up is in sp o iilld tiealih ani spirits Mrs R M Jolly of Irvtagton spent ing and fastidious woman Tho all ab Â¬ several days latt week with Mrs Taylor Juo M Parkor Co of Now Orleans with the Spaniards X sorbing subject is wwivwwvywwvvw Vvswxvnvww Sous that if their Hanks write Wm Vtbt trade want molasses better than thin SXSO Mrs Chas Watlington is in Evansville Wl3X igSXiX5Xl No 20 Open Kettle that Louisiana does visiting her parents Capt and Mrs R T not produce it try It you will like it Williams Ed Goodnight lias been named by Mre L V Helm and Mrs Robert Major Barry to act as the proxy of llou Vaughn attended the Weaver Wash Â¬ 1 In this lino our oqual for such an elegant D K Murray to the Uommorrlal Jon ington nuptials at Irvington prevented display in Turbins Sailors Walking Huts ventiou should the latter be Miss Helen Douglas Brashear leaves by busiiitESpirom attending Infant Caps and tho newest things doesnt for Qas City this evening Monday Captirflert 11 Tyler f Bullilt ojun Ind to visit her uncle Major R A exist in this section of the country Tour dootor knows all about R0roininent polltion of that section foods and modlolnee 7Brashear and wife Shu will stop iu 1 you see him The next time in the city yesterday sudim a few Louisville for a few days to be with her Beautiful of just ask him what ho thinks Murray Ho will with Ool D It mother and brother Her many friends Major of Ool Mturays rrgimsnt 1 wish her a pleasant trip Ribbons 1 One of the greatest pleasures in this The Couuty Sunday school Conven- Â¬ life is to have a perfect likeness of one tion which convonod nt the Baptist Braid of Ood Llvor Oil with Hyi self When the snbj ct of photo taking church last Thurday wai au enjoyable wlllj phosphite a We aro launder contemplattou you cannot do affair The attendance was not as to trust In his answer better th ir lo visit Knight of this city m large as was expected but the For twenty five years doo- meeting was none the less interest Â¬ tors have prescribed our Oapt Hugh Atkissou of Hendewoii Emulsion for paleness weak ing At night Rev S K Breeding was among the visitors to this city Sun nese nervous exhaustion and delivered a good lecture which was flay I He lies rtcrulted a large company for all diseases that cause enjoyed by all present of raen aad came to consult with Hon loss In flesh D R Murray as to the best course to Its oreamy oolor and Its Hight In It pleasant taste make It es purau e pecially useful for thin and Thats where Br Caldwella Syrup delloate ohodreo It takes experience in any business to Peps nls The greatest remedy for the No other oreoaraUon of ood- obtain a thoroegh knowledge in this stomach that Was ever put together SPECIAL iTTEITIOl TO ML ORDERS liver oil Is Ilk Dont lose way the matter of photography hai been Absolutely vegetable with the oxceptlon I time and risk your health by p give mttcli thought aad you are assured Are yon constipated of the Fepslu Mkiotr something unknown and untried Keep la mind reaulto whm you go to Have you imll- I Then try Syrup Pepin SCOTTS JULIOW KnUtMn gMon or tick headache Tbn mm has stood the test for a i Smnid 10a for a Wal te- i Syrun Pepftlu quarter of a oentury TLg VLfJ VUy um I In at iou4i b eoaviiMMlt Latga j tea and you will tat M hoeiaH dfWjjriMi SCOTT BOW8 Um47nw Ywk Tk wa 50c aad 1 GO A Uu kwtljr MLDWKUS tt fjjm9m rVf y Â¬ Â¬ CLOVER TUeard of Ilardliisbjrp was In II llowmcr Judg- - James It WSll Industrial Committee Appointed lege to Erect Telephone Line Privi- Tutts Liver Pills NEVER DESPAIR will cure you out on tho old Piorco inc iiiuuiriak tropolisSuper Sx Azt Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure f Â¬ Â¬ am Ladies Furnishings WANTS Corsets right-of-wa- Gents Furnishings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CCOIn 4jx 50 JONES r53TST WHITE EGG SOAP OldGoon Hollow Whisky PEICE None Purer None Finer SIMON gBiWHgS Coffee Â¬ gSHH 0 S4SiSeSSS1 In all Glory i to the Women SULZERS I Your Doctor Knows MILLINERY I I I THINK vu BaDDage I0FIT Will Act as ti few SCOHS HNSlM Assortment Flowers Plumes Straw and Trimmings - Administrator Guardian BREAD Assignee Etc perience TICKETS I Twenty Years Ex BIG STOCK CLOTHING FOR WOMENS SHOES LATEST STYLES 25 Cents Settling Estates it CITY I All Legal Matters Given Prom uxlteat C3jkmrpomxjL that MEYER MEYER 0AS KY Attention BAKERY i uvruipck yf MMfM4iMMMIM SOW PJ Wvv KSfcTt - 0mWA THH BRKOKMRIDQR BRECKENRIDQE COUNTY with the oil pool lying in between in the vicinity of Indian creek NATURAL CURIOSITIES MtiiMBirWMWn NKtfS OLkOYBLKfOJbiU REHPPLE V J tiyTt V fapmi a P wiw v miw iipii -- 7 nr- - V r - mir v - bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI THE BIG The Crown Jewel in the Diadem of the State Rich in its Industrial and Agricultural Possibilities In common with other counties in the limestono district of Kentucky Brecken Â¬ ridge has her full share of natural cur- Â¬ iosities Sinking Greek is one of them and is The Juicy Peach And Delicious appropriately named It risen about Pear Reach Perfection fifteen miles east of Hardinsburg and flows in a northerly direction Eight or Here ten miles from its source it suddenly sinks into the ground and for about ten miles it runs under ground Its dry THE WORLDS BEST ORCHARD bed is only filled when the stream is at Â¬ flood height Five miles from its mouth Fruit Lands Better Than a Klondike is tho falls h natural mill dam that was utilized for its power many years Can be Had For a ago CAVKS ggEggpgppp5g Triumphant Deerings Lead the Way ix J DEERING Song Binders Mowers and Reapers had Roller and Ball Bearings five years before they were adopted by others They will always lead the procession as they have in the past Along Sinking creek can bo found OF THE WEST WINE many wonderful caves some of them Till very large in extent Two or three miles above Clifton Mills on the creek Is Sweetest and Best That Grows by The is tho famous Penitentiary Cave It has Beautiful River never been fully explored but it is known to be rich in the wonderful mag- Â¬ nificence of its stalactites and stalagmit Â¬ is not anothpr section of the es Thoro aro several cayes in tho coun- Â¬ THERE States better entitled to tho ty that contain underground streams name of being the home of the HISTORICAL big red apple than Breckenridge The pioneer of Breckenridge county The thousands of acres oi broken land RESOURCES NUMEROUS A SKETCH OF ITS was General William Hardin He repre- Â¬ in the county protected from the cold sented the highest type of frontiersman winds of winter or from unseasonable He was as brave as a lion and as enter- Â¬ frosts In tho late spring cannot be ex- Â¬ prising as the typical business man of celled for apple raising Their exposure this generation In his veins flowed the to the sun and the large proportion of blood of the nobility of France He was lime and magnesia in the soil contri- Â¬ Where lawns extend that scorn Arcadian pride descended from one of the leading Huge butes to a healthy growth and a splendid not families of that country the mem- Â¬ flavor in the fruit And brighter streams that famd Hydaspes glide bers seeking the wilderness of this It has only been a few years since the m country to uoimmitn 4 escape religious persecution apple Industry has been engaged in ex- Â¬ General Hardin came to this country in tensively iu this county but in that 1780 Accompanying him were several time it has been perfectly demonstrated pioneers whose names are borne by the that it 1b a profitable and money making best families that now inhabit this business SbbbbbbbibhP jfv county They were the Claycombs The yield has always been extensive SaTBBBBUrtiyT Braahears hHB HVi Bruners Bargers Haynes even in years when most sections of the Rices J oily b Barrs Deanes and Spen- Â¬ country suffered from crop failures cers The settlers were attacked by The fruit produced in Breckenridge Indiana at Big Spring and one of tholr county is noted for its superiority of number killed shape color and flavor It is in great A year later Gen Hardinaccompanied demand for export and market trade and by several brave companions returned choice fruit always commands the top to tills county and established Hardins market price Fort at what is now Hardlmiburg It This fruit belt is hundreds of miles was a rude frontier outport and marked nearer to tho great markets of the the picket line of civilization in the country than the apple orchards of MissSouthwest for many years ouri and Kansas that are now attracting General William Hardin was a great ing so much attention Freight rates by Indian fighter No man that ever pene-Â¬ rail and river are much cheaper here trated the wilds of Kentucky in that than in the west and this assures a larger early day was better acquainted with the margin of profit to the growor trickery and treachery of the red man Another advantage that apple growers He understood woodcraft perfectly and possess hero over Western nrchardists is his success at escaping the murderous the fact that there need be no waste of arrow knife tomahawk and bullet of fruit his aboriginal foes made them believe The choice apples always command a NEAR HOME THE ItLSIDENCE OV JOHN WIM1A TYPICAL UltECkENRIDOE COUNTY that he bore a charmed life They called strong market and are readily sold 1H IKUT0N him Big Bill It was due largely to while culls and second grade fruit can be Hardins magnificent fighting qualities sold to the brandy distilleries and fruit During the past year considerable that the Indians were beaten back from evaporators at still prices is one of the rich BRhCKENKIDGE Kentucky lying prospecting has been done and the out- Â¬ Breckenridge and the frontier establishAlmost every community has it brandy river along It has a look for the discovery of larger and more ed further west distillery and they are so numerous and profitable veins of caunel is encourag- Â¬ population of about 22000 Hardins remains lie buried to day In profitable that they consume all the an obscure spot and no sarcophagus nor extra portion of the fruit crop The The surface is made up of rich bottom ing monument marks the spot Although NATURAL CMS lands high plateaus and hilly regions by his bravery and his magnificent en Â¬ evaporators too turn out a large supply The bottom lauds on the Ohio contain Breckenridge county contains the emies he left to posterity the richest of dried fruit annually some of the richest farms iu the state richest gas ibid in the state of Kentucky and the famous Blue grass region does It was along about fel that natural gas not Bhow as great a measure of prosper- Â¬ was discovered at Cloverport Since ity as is apparent on theeo beautiful that time a number of wells have been estates drilled at the latter place and the results The valley farms are composed of rich are that Cloverport Ky has a splendid blue grass lands and make up the best flow of natural gas A world of this fuel stock raising and dairy farming section is used for lighting the homes of the city of the world and it is also utilized in cooking and The high plateaus make the richest heating Btoves The field is a most ex- Â¬ tobacco lands in Kentucky and produce tensive one and there is no question that a superior quality of the weed if it was extensively developed it would The hill sides will eventually make up afford a sufficient flow and volume of the worlds greatest orchard and will also natures fuel to answer any requirement be the seat of the nursery business of of manufacturers There are now five this country in a few generations wells in operation and although they While tobacco is the staple crop of the nave been used for years there is no county all kinds of farm products are perceptible diminution in the flow of grown in profusion and it is doubtful if gas another county in the state shows a larg- Â¬ PETROLEUM er measure of wealth and prosperity This field has never been thoroughly than Breckenridge The county is watered by Clover prospected for oil When the develop- Â¬ Creek Hock Lick Hardin North Fork ment of the gas field was at its height of Ilough Dorets Brushy Fork and the panic of M came on and discouraged Sinking Creek They all give perfect all work that was being done The state drainage and their watem make this one geologists and oil men who have ex Â¬ amined this field all assert that it is rich of the best watered sections of Kentucky in deposits of oil One man says that TJIRKK CLOVERPOIIT BELLES MISSES PRODUCTS its mineral MARGARET ELIZABETH AND MARION Breckenridge county is peculiarly the enormous flow of gas at Cloverport BOWMER made up speaking from a geological indicates this city to be at the edge of the oil field He says that if the Indian estate in Kentucky and after reclaiming point of view PKACIIB8 The cannel coal mines in the extreme creek basin were prospected it is doubt Â¬ it from the Indian put it in a condition Even the little state of Delaware so southwestern part of the county produces less a gusher would be found As oil to be the home of a high civilization long known as the greatest peach the beet cannel coal in the world The has been found in cleaning out several of not even a boulder has been rolled to orchard in the world cannot compete deposits are all found in one hill and the the gas wells in this city and also at an the head of his grave to show where the with Breckenridge county so far as the nearest deposits known to geologists bo old well that was drilled at Hawesville greatest pathfinder of his day and the perfection in the color size and flavor of over -- 00 miles away These mines have it is more than probable that this reason Â¬ contemporary of Kenton and Boone has the peach is concerned been extensively worked for years by a ing iB correct and that Cloverport and bis last resting place The best peaches in the world are lOOD ROADS Hawesville marks the edges of the field wealthy English syndicate grown here They are large beautiful During the past year a wonderful in- Â¬ in color and delicious in flavor Because terest has been manifested in this county of their delicacy they cannot be shipped good roads Â¬ on the subject of This in great distances to market but the de Â¬ terest has culminated in the action taken by the last session of the fiscal court in mand that exists at Louisville Evans which a levy was flxrd for road purposes ville Henderson Owenaboro and Cin- Â¬ that will practically insure good roads in cinnati for this fruit is unlimited and guarantees a profitable market the future The dlstilleriers and fruit evaporators The population of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ ty is ma le up ol the bet class of people alto consume largH quantities l peaches and strengthens the already great deÂ¬ in Kentucky The small court dockets the almost mand pears entire absence of the criminal element ntspeaks a law abiding community The The pear Is the coming fruit in this high tone and tlin culture that is charau section Breckenridge is naturally eristic of her society is proverbial and adapted to the growth of this fruit It shows that our people merit the title of reaches its best development in growth Salt of the earth color and iltvor among the sunny hills No county In Kentucky can boast of a of this section One man in this county cleaner set of county ofllclals than can cleared over 1110 on an acre of dwarf Breckenridge All her officers are able pears last year There are pear trees In j9v9B3BBBBBKsBBBBBlBflKBBBBr TVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBEiJMHr and conscientious men and they are thi neighborhood of Stephensport that k XH ajJfaWniBMBMBM i LiaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBxrWfr giving the county an honoiable and have been bearing for the past sixty economical administration years and are yet strong healthy and The fiscal court is made up of repre Â¬ vigorous trees sentative meu who are fully alive to SMALL FRUITS their duties One of the leading industries on the They are working patriotically to ad- Â¬ hill farms on both Bides of the Ohio vance the best interests of the commun- Â¬ river is the raising of small fruits and ity and are succeeding admirably in and berries Thousands of acres are their efforts planted in currants gooseberries plums The farmer the mechanic and the strawberries blackberries and raspber Â¬ blcjcie rider are liable to unexpected ries Notwithstanding the Immense cuts and bruises Do Witts Witch Hazel production the amount of small fruit Salve Is the beat thlug to keep oa hand raised does not near satisfy the demand It heals quickly and is a well known cure oi the market There are yet thousands for piles Short A Haynes of acres of land that aw adapted to the gfswth of swall frails a4 berries aad DeYVItfs Little Early Risers Uwy aaa ba hanght at law prists IX MUCUNUMi COUXTT MUX AT KAaSlNMVaO IN 1808 IMV OIIMTITmtr fc Founded by The Heroic Indian Fighter and Hardy Pioneer Gen Wm Hardin V r W VM1 XWVf DEERING IDEAL BINDER -- tSIBimijlwBR 1liW Peering Improved Steel Binder Peering Tribal Mower to date in every respect real improvements tban any other machines mado and are right up wilh Roller and Bal1 Bcaring8 80rraled ledcr plates adjustab0 drag bar and shear cutting back- Â¬ The only mower that can be drawn at u slow walk or Btarted in any crop without knives ing tho team ST Deeung liay Kaices stock before buying J W PATE are as much in advance of other machines as are Der-ing Binder8 Mowora ftnd Reapers Â¬ Just Received a car load of Deering machinery and twine which we will sell at rock bottom prices Farmers should see our JAS DEAN McQuady Ky associations that flourish here are elo quent testimonials as to the exalted tone of local society The secret societies represented are Tho Masonic Odd - EgjjBmaEggi TOgBgffiffiffigffiffiagawBBBBmBBBgJH THE HEALING WATERS FLOW place for a fahslonable watering place and the owners are willing to lease or sell the property to any party or parties who erect a hotel thereon 0T1IEK MINERAL BlHIXQS Â¬ SfffQ At the home of Wm J Deane Sr at Glendeane is one of the best litbia springs From Rocky Glen and Woodland in the world Its waters have been ex- Â¬ amined and have been found to be Fen In Fair Old strongly impregnated with this precious mineral substance The waters of this Breckenridge spring cannot be excelled for the cure of kidney or bladder diseases Numerous The Wonderful Healing Powers of sulphur and magnesia Bprings abound in various parts of the county more or less Tar Springs Known to Indian known to local fame and would repay the investigations of capitalists and Pioneer AN r V IDEALLY ROMANTIC RESORT SOCIALADVANTAQES bii Culture and Refinement Exemplified The medicinal virtues of the numer- Â¬ by Cloverport Citizens ous mineral Bprings of Breckenridge county are traditional They were known to tne Indians long before the dawn of The people of Cloverport are noted the white mans civilization on this con- Â¬ throughout the country for their hospi- Â¬ tality The city contains more cultured tinent This was nuetral ground and the tribal and refined people in proportion to her MISS ALUBNR MURRAY ONE OF CLO ERPOUTS MOST ACCOMPLISHED AND foemen respected the right of friend and papulation than the majority of com- Â¬ CHARMING YOUNG SOCIETY IADIES foe to find surcease from pain and re- Â¬ munities throughout the United States Fellow Knights of Pythias Knights aud cuperate broken health by the use of the The society is the very best aud the Ladies of Honor Fraternal Order of healing waters of the springs open sesame to its sacred precints is Mystic Circle and A O U W All was not until the white man came honesty chivalry and respectability It that the war whoop was raised and the The newcomer who potsesses all the have large membership and are in Bplen subtle arrow sent on its mission of death attributes of a lady or gerltiemau is wel- Â¬ did physical and financial condition Buoklen8 Arnica Salve in the great wilderness surrounding comed with open armu aud is at once Tub Best Salve in the world for Cuts these springs Away back in the early made to feel at home days the pioneers placed implicit faith The four flourishing church organiza Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltMtheum Fe Â¬ in the curative properties of the waters tions with their handsome houses of ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ of the famous Tar Springs worship speaks volumes for the God blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions When broken in health they would re- Â¬ loving character and the morality of her and postlvely cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect pair to this fountain of healing and the citizens use of its magic waters would mend The various social clubs and societies satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box Fob bale by Short theni physically he fraternal organizations and patriotic Haynes Year by year as the country advanced in population and civilization the fame of Tar Springs grew until just before the aaaaaaaaaaaa war it became one of the best and most fashionable health resorts in Kentucky Wealthy planters and their families used to come from miles around to the BaatLawm aSSCKJI Ml tlT i springs and camp for a month or mora The use of the waters together with the out door life that was spent by the invalids worked miraculous cures and the place grew in favor The Civil war with its wild alarms its carnage and its guerilla warfare put a stop to the practice of camping out at JstbMIbbk V Afi y J lWyft TTHpt HfTSLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaar rffti T the springs The broken fortunes that followed the war prevented mauy of the oldest devotees of the resort from com- Â¬ aMABaaaK3lBaaaiBaaaaaaaaaaaBar Tl4r jaVBEt wxsf x ing back and It is only in a desultory a YWa JBM JBW jBBBBBHBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB way that it is now visited by health seekers J HBBBBB5PritEZStjSk i - v5 1 hYaaar faa j TAR n BINUB The famous Tar Springs are located four miles south of Cloverport They are so situated that a boulevard or fine bicycle path can be easily built to them from the city and they can bo also reach Â¬ ed by the Victoria railroad They ate situated in oue of the most beautiful and picture que places la Ureckeurldge county The massive rock cliff that towers above the spring clothed with a mass of verdure aud carpeted with the rarest of mosees and ferns makt s it an ideally romantic spot The waters of the springs are impregnated with mag Â¬ nesia sulphur and a peculiar mineral tar that is wonderfully healing to the lungs The experience and cures of three quarters of a century demonstrates these waters to be natures owu remedy or pulmoaary coaaplalats Th Tar Syrians property is owasd by BBBpfijayjBMyvtfBjfc jjMbWiSkM JIbbbbbbbbbbbbbW A IbBBBBBBBbEI BBBBBBBBBBLjBBBTV Vi BBBHSBBaKaBBHaBflBBBBBBBBBBBBMBPSaEvXt rSBBBBVBBBBHBKSBBBnBBBBVBBBBBpiV I BWHHBbBBbV BBBBBmL fZZT KlBvaBBBBMBkBfekMBkaBBBBBSPl aCStk Si7 3fcc iJBBIS l I mBHMHHbI BBWBBBBBBriaWBBBBBMlSWmiiHBfBB JftM - Hflai IIbBBI 3H iBBBBBaBfflBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBHv VjBBBaalBBBBBBBP Sl t5BBBBBBBIBs1 3HBBBBbsH 4BBBH 9BBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHKlBftflPn9BiiI1 iIVjBWbI B Oh HmmIsmm W ItkwUwU FAXOW XiX SPMJKN Jiff VZdifiiHHEI vl1 k e We Are Showing the Largest Line of Summer Goods Ever Shown in this City NOTHING OLD STYLE CORSETS 35c 50c We also 100 M - I I ft F3J1 have P D Corsets 1 iS SI f 11 I ir White Goods Pique Dot Swisses I mi Percales Duck Madras Calicoes Ribbons Laces Chiffons EVERYTHING NEW AND rj2szitt727 7mmmi iJKfva You will need a white Summer shirt waist We have Silks the goods to make for them Shirt Waisk Lawns Silks Organdies for Trimmings Embroideries Veiling in Footings the latest Laces colorings Insertions Belts Kid gloves in all the latest styles Metal and UP-TO-DAT- E Wf Full line of Cuff buttons and shirt waist sets Chiffon Ruffling Ribbons Plain and Fancy Sashes Underwear See the new 10c Bleached Vests Fans 5c to Mits 100 J Ruchings 1 ssisesssQmssssiSKcr Leather With Trimmings In fc WE i e H r - i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS n K A Newspaper Mans Opinion of this Journal and its Editors Â¬ ftL t t V rj- - MmmsBm mmt-mtx-j na--- -i - cannot do without it a legion The plant used in publishing the paper and inturningoutthe jib work is very ex tensive and it involved a cost of thous ands of dollars to i qiiip it Â¬ - Â¬ V I a r I iWIIBIIHI I Babbage Associate Editor and Junior Partner THE Hardinsburg department of the News Iihs alwaye News which i to be the best rounty paper in the State of Kentucky owes its existence to John D Babhsge man aging editor and senior member of the publishing Arm John D Babbage has been a hard worker all his life A man of splendid vitality and possessed of a wealth of en ergy and that dovged determination that is the parent of all successful effort be has left no stone unturned that would contribute to the welfare and perfection of the apple of his oye the Breckxn THE BRGCKKNRionit mixiE Nkws Mr Babbage was born in Cloverport July 22 1845 He received his educa tion in tho Cloverport schools Before be had entered his teens he began to Bhow the stufl that was in hlmand his first efforts toward making a livelihood demonstrated the truth of the axiom that the boy is father to the man Heearned his first dollar as a newsboy andDy the way be was the first person to engage in that vocation in Cloverport He sold the Courier Journal on the Â¬ ti of this city before the war and charged the good people ten cents per copy Mr Babbage was the first eg nit for the Adams express company in this city and many of tiiH older citizens remember the pegasus that he drove about the streets Kate the venerable mule that furnish ed the motive power of the delivery wagon was quite a character in her way and in her humble capacity materially helped in laying the future career of the young express agent The next venture Mr Babbage en Â¬ gaged in was the opening of a book and news depot It was quite successful and then it was only natural that be Bhould get an amateur printing preen and a few fonts of type After securing this limit ed paraphernalia of a printing office he began a small sheet called the Monthly Advertiser and started in on a cam paign of education and through this modest sheet our merchants learned their first lessons as to the value of ad vertlsing In July 1870 the Bbkckkk kidok Nkw8 was started It was named h r HOME OF rilKURK KENRIDdEVKWS by tl e late Judge John Allen Murrav VfJ X te s- - Vi i TH - V i fii - r t - fc5 tv 5 v ifV S JOH P BAMEAOI KOUNDBK OF THE NEWS From its inception to the present time it has been eminently successful All the news thats fit to print nas been the motto that Mr Babbage Iihb endeayored to live up to in his career as Editor of the paper Ttie Nkws has an individuality peculiarly its own It is a beautiful paper typographically and has always been well edited It has never been the organ of any clique or party but has always been outspoken in ts commendation of the right and con Â¬ demnation of the wrong It possesses a backbone and this with its well known conservatism makes it a journal that is reliable because of lis sincerity truthful ucbh and fearlessness The Nkws is first last and all the time a home newspaper for home people It do a not aspire u thediatinction of being a political exponent It aims to give alt the news of its town and couuty and deÂ¬ vote its editorial columns to the up build lug of the resources of Ureukeundge couuty and Cloverport It tries to ket p out of the rut of insular prejudice unci provincial narrowness and bn broad iugedand public spirited in its policy Judging from the high toned plane ithai uow achieved these intentions have been fully carried out John D Babbdge Is admired and loved by all who kuo him He poi a bscs u KudoweU strong masterly cnaracter with the cautiou siirewduefiD and energy of the typical American busiut tie man and that quality that Is denominated hufttliug he is bound to make a success of any uudt riakiug i e ugagrs iti tie is proverbially houeet and no man stands higher in the community for iuu grity than h This rpeclal e lition consuming as it diH H over a ton of ptperandr prrwiiili g 10000 copies of the handiomt st edition that was ever lasum in the sUte of Kentuckv is a motiument to tils pub Â¬ lic spirit and enterprise This papw ceataiBiog a complete derifUe U tk naorea aad ad vaatage of Bmi friifcn county with its hundred and o id illustration and involving ai it did immense xpense and labor is his donation to the good cause of helping Kentucky iu its forward march of progress The Brkckisridqe News is undoubted- Â¬ ly the most prosperous paper in the State of Kentucky of its class The circulation weekly exceeds 2500 copies The hold that it has upon the hearts of the subscribers makes it Indis pensibleand the number of people who renewing their subscription say I Â¬ been one of the most attracive features of this pap r It is conducted by V G lUblmge associate editor and j inlor partner of the Nuws publishing company Mr U4hhage was born in Cloverpon in 1851 and received a common school lunation He remained in Cloverport until be attained the un of twenty one when he went to llanlinshurg to locate He clerked in a ntir therefor two years During that tim- - he built up a splennld epufatioii for honeety and business bility and when a vscancy occurred in the Msster commisHionershlp he was appointed to that office The appoint Â¬ ment was granted by Jndga Jones Stew art In August 1878 Mr Babbage held the office continuously for twenty years and his administration of Its affilrs was of such a splendid character that It won for him a host of friends in all parts of the county Recently Mr Babbago relinquished the office and now devotes himself exclu LLLLHLiiiiiiiLiiLiim isBIHLiiBHQiiiiiiBiiin v a nAnnAOK siyely to his new paper work and the practice of law V G Babbage is recognized as being one of the best attorneys of the Brecken ridge bar He was licensed to practice law in 1882 and from that time to this has been very successful in his pro- Â¬ fession associate editor of the news cssful the wisdom that is essential to the auo newspaper man He fully realizes and appreciates what constitutes news and this rare discernment makes him a most important factor in contribut-Â¬ ing to the prestige the Nkws has attain- Â¬ ed Scil bhsiic imibaci fiuo rl Ernest Babbage has the mature disÂ¬ cernment and shrewdness of age and the impulsive warm hearted generosity of youth He is a hard worker and thero Is no limit to his capacity for accomplhvht ing difficult tasks GrMK Courtney Bebze Local Ed- Â¬ With his splendid personality nhk mental endowment and his gifted tal Â¬ itor BrtcUflrMge New ents he will in a few years rank Am there Is not another PROBABLY ewHecUid wi A the aottg kMftNcky mmmw sa d Goodniqiit pfww Ih tU Ute -- Jp--j thai poasismn the mw mm to anKt r MhKO W4mUml adiio ttw 9mmummum Vwm XUhmtk 7Wnh U yevs U h oW U Mr Babbage is the associate editor of tills paper and a part owner He wields a trenchant pen having a clear lucid style He takes great pride In news Â¬ paper work and some of the most valua- Â¬ ble feutures of this paper are the pro- Â¬ ducts of his gifted mind Mr Babbage possesses a genial person ality He is the soul of good nature and the native honesty and integrity of ciiaracter that are so prominent attrl butes in his make up baa made him universally popular Mr Babbage is a man of strong con victions and is intensely loyal to the principles he espouses and deems right He is a faithful and vluble member of the Methodist church aud is president of the Couuty tjuuday school Association E 0 Bibbsge was born in Cloverport Sept 18 1871 and was practically raised in a newspaper office He set type when other children were playing not because he was forced to but because he took to It as a duck does to water He possesses business talents of a high order and there is no limit to ids enter He is an unostenUtiona and prist qrjlet young man but he Is such a loyal friend to those whom be likes and there Is that quality of good ebmradship about him that he will never want for friends that will Btick to him uutll the crack o doom m jx4fctV Y HlWlOlWMi WyifMH rftqr y- -r- mtmtmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmm MV mJf - - M Qpttmi Tnryttgysya enlsMr and Mrs a W Thos Stlth during the summer Dr J M Walker attended the Medical Association at Brandenburg Thursday April 28 Bro G B Overton will hold Quarterly Meeting hero the let Saturday uiid Sun day In June Rev B F Walton tilled his appoint V Â¬ Â¬ M RFV STAIR W cmKDFAl1BffS i h e mp- ESTIMATES CHEl in fu - llyjii s r ir nnfwfimwiivr PALLS CITY PLANING MILL Louisvilles Builders Leading Lumber and Supply Depots possesses no firm that In Ilreckenrldge 1 LOUISVILLE t S I Wills Lum Â¬ the county ber Company whoso Immense planing mill and mammoth lumber yard are sit Â¬ uated at 1000 and 1000 High avenuo In that city The planing mill ft massivo structure is equipped with all the best machinery produced for the purpose by human ingenuity It has a capacity for turning out all kinds of sash doors BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY MAY blinds mouldings and pieces for orna- Â¬ mental architectural work Tho Falls City Planing Mill as it is popularly known Is headquarters for doors sash hardware blinds building lumber pumps ole Tho company has a very extensive stock that requires several acres ol area to store it The firm is qualified to fill all orders for material however small or extonslve they may be It makes a specialty ot out ot town amp inont and guarantees perfect service low prices prompt attention anci nuove nu complete satisfaction The firm has been the favorite of this county for years J P Will its founder was a man noted He was hs for Ills sterling integrity honest as the day is long and the people They gave loved him for this quality Bro Kelly accompanied by Bro Allen filled his regular appointment here On account of rain the congregation was small Bro Kelly has only ono more appointment here then he will say fare- Â¬ well and return to his home in Missouri George Boone one our brighest boys after spending a few weeks at home has returned to Louisville and will commence life in reality George is a grad- Â¬ uate of the Medical University in the city We predict for him a bright fu- Â¬ ture Â¬ ISews 4 1898 DUKES Corn planting is the order of the day Itev S J Hltchey preaches next Sun Â¬ i K day at Hickory in Ohio county Bill Adkinson is the guest this week of his sister Mrs Mary Dawson Girls look the prettiest when clothed in robes of cheerfulness and tenderness Sunday school will be at 2 oclock p m hereafter we hope the change may increase the interest Mrs Emma Isom of Blackford spent Wednesday night with her parents Mr and Mrs Nate Stalks uiThe fault finder should look into the mirror at his own life and behold the blotches of short comings Sunday school is progressing nicely the future good derived from the school depends upon the interest manifested Mrs William Johnson of Brecken ridge county returned homo Sunday after a weeks visit among relatives here John Aldridge and Mies Ida Johnson eloped to Canneltou Friday evening and were married in that famous old city of refuge WEBSTER This is genuine spring weather The prospects for wheat is exceedingly fine This is the time of the year you can hear the cluck of the old hen trying to soothe the lamentations of her little chicks Some farmers are waiting to plant their corn in the moon while others are risking their chances by planting theirs in the ground Tho war enthusiasm has quieted down It has become to bo an old song and like the restoring of confidence and waiting for that promised prosperity the people find there is nothing in it There has been no preaching at this place for sometime There has been no minister imployed yet for this year though there is a subscription being made for Itev Sipe Ititchey WOLF CREEK Deferred from last week X Everybody is talking about the war MIbs Mary Owings Is expected home next week from Ekron Mrs Nannie Chism is visiting Mrs Dick Smith at Cedar Flat Mrs Robert Kelly has been very ill but is very much better at this time Itobert Trent Is home from the south He reports a pleasant and profitable trip Jessie Smith came home Friday night from Brandenburg and returned Sunday evening Will Kos8 a jolly good fellow after a pleasant visit to Itobert Smiths has returned to his home in Louisville Mr Jacober from Louisville was here to see Itobert Smith last week They made a business trip to Paradise Bottom Wade Sbacklett and Alice Johnson were married last Sunday evening They will make their home on Cedar Flats We are sorry to hear of the Illness of Dr Barbour Superintendent of tho City Hospital We hope he may soon re cover Miss Sue Eva Owens had several weeks of pleasure combined with business in Louisville and returned last Saturday night with a nice lino of millinery A Dr Haynes will be In our town again in tho near future EtquireBion Jolly is now living in the Petilngton property V G Uabbage was transacting busi Â¬ ness in our town Saturday S P Drury moved his family to Rosetta Monday April 25th W IL Cain Kr is off to Parkland and New Albany visiting relatives Fletcher Stanford is taking lessons in his line of business this week Mays Miss Kathleen Walker visited her Several members of Johnston lodge met here last Saturday to transact some brother in Brandenburg Thursday business Dave Henry has moved his family The Ladies Missionary Society was from Irvington to the Wolvorton place Mrs Charlie Fountaine of Arkansas handsomely entertained last Saturday by Mrs h B Henderson who was Miss Irene Stltli is expected to arrive soon to bo the guest of her par- Sam Carden went to Cloverport Sun day and Clyde English stayed at home to prepare for going to Cuba There is a great deal of our public bLS I Jf H 1 n H rW I R ia as 1 1 dtbH road In this county that is dangerous to travel over on horseback Mrs Annie Jordan and daughter Liz ssijlav Sfr r i vKyjlririfcftMssBsissssssal zlo returned to Texas last Sunday after a visit here for several months to relatives Now the old lien fiudeth her delight in waddling in the newly made bed where the gardener hath lately Which ia bettor to thoroughly wrought In tho spring n young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love and tho older ones too as we can clearly exemÂ¬ Which had you rather do or go a fish- Â¬ ing Born to the wife of J R Mays April 24 a boy Farmete are puting In fourteen hours per day now The infant of J It Mays died last Sat- Â¬ urday night Several from here took in the show at Louisville T G Jordan desires to go to Cuba as an army nurse Crawford Pate is still unable for mili Â¬ tary service If the average newspaper is anything just now it is sensational Quarterly meeting hero embracing next Saturday and Sunday Childrens Day will be observed here the second Sunday in Juno Sam Hall and children wont to Clov erport and returned Sunday Mrs Abe Skiilman Oloverport is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J It him their trade knowing that their best interests would 19 conscientiously cared for The mantle of the father has fallen upon the sons and they have inherited his rugged honesty as well as superior biibluess talents The firm is ono of the oldest most entorprislng and most exten sive south of tlio Ohio river and we commend all possible patrons to it for Wo have so many clever merchants honest goods honest prices and honest rouud about that one can hardly decide ilpnllnon which to trade with O for better times Wo would just liko aud more money f WILL LlJlflDtln LiU to make them all rich and have plenty left 1900 and 1906 High Avenue Tho Epworth League in their Literary Saturday evening endeavored to agitato the subject of Temperance This is an evil it behooves us all to fight as no foo visited Adams Hawes and wife last week to our country can do half the harm as We will haye a few peaches and plen Â¬ this monster one which destroys man ty of plums cherries and apples Mrs financially physically spiritually and Ora Miller of EnBor visited her brother forever Goldkn Ron Dr Lancaster last week Wallace Norrls Hawes and Birks LODIBURG clever clerk went to Owensboro last week to bid farewoll to his brother who Planting corn is the chief occupation is going to Cuba to fight now There never was such a crop of tobac- Â¬ F W Basbam and little daughter co plnuts here as there ia now If tho Louis Barr were visiting his fathe r II season suits farmers can begin planting W Bashain last Sunday next Week and from present indications Mrs Joe Fitcb of Clifton Mills is tboy will begin and plaut largely visiting her brother and other relatives Solomon Oblncbain received a letter in Cloverport this week from ills son George last week George Henry N Hardin is spending a few has been in tho U S Army for eleven days at Holt this week the gueBt of his years and is now at Mobile anxious to go Mrs Wm Gitson across aud shoot a Spaniard or two just sister Mr Henry and Miss Pearl Johnson of to try his gun which he has never had occasion to uso on an enemy since he Garfield Mr Larkln Gibson of Holt spent last Sunday with Bobbie Hardin enlisted The road tax is a subject of consider George May of Ensor has a class here in instrumental music composed of able dissatisfaction among our voters of Misses Katie Temple and Ddly Jett this and the adjoining neighborhood Messrs Biou Moseley Will Newman They think it unjust and unconstitutionOwen Temple Adam Hawes Henry al for so heavy a tax to be put on them Skinner and Guy Temple They are in addition to what they already have to learning fast and will soon be able to fur pay nlsh us good music Â¬ ments hero in the M E church Satur Â¬ day and Sunday 11 oclock Banks and Alberta Drury and Thos Cain attended the Childrens Day ser- Â¬ vices at Brandenhutg May 1st Tho Bewleyvlllo Sunday school will hold Childrens Day services Sunday May 20th morning services only Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly attended tho Weaver Washington wed Â¬ ding at Irvington Thursday April 28th If you are a man be a man and dont go about endeavoring to snub us women A woman is none the better for inter- Â¬ ference and needs sadly to be let alono sometimes C LO A II IV I O rm WW WWwwww War Declared Has done her I Lm I - TJ1 V 1 f - j i the insurrection in I But the mighty nnr fr rim vlrrVit- In fViln tnwn nnfl Wfl will bo in tho thickest Of tho Wo aro lined up strong on everything and will always have a light from tho jump complete stock of HAMILTON BROWN OOS FAR FAMED BOOTS and SHOES which wo buy for cash If you want to get tne boneiits ot tnis ugnt can on in n spirit ot Q ET ET V I DEL Iel best to crush W JIDA D- is it boui1to prevail GEO YEAKEL XH THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ScienÂ¬ BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY Go V j niirirn fn KY 1 cvrciifccEvery You Shall Reap Advantage our Fa cilities Afford V Ss1 tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absoluto cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis throat lung and mid all bronchial chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any aflllcted reader of tho Bkkck KNHiixm Nkws writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity j to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius Hit as C sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion aro curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt lettors of gratitude In his American and European laborator ies in thousands from those cured in all V parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron chial chest aud lung troubles lead to which uninterrupted Cousumption means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post ofllce and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Breckenkidok News Bears the LOUISVILLE to IN BOYS AND MENS SUITINGS j In Ladies In Dress Goods Department Our Varied Line of Notions In Our Hat and Cap Department Â¬ J Ladies and Miens Shoes In Every Department in our store In Our SAVE YOUR LIFE BEWLEYVILLE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Disorder of these important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs no neglected until that awful malady Brights diseaso has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a courso of treatment with Dr Davis Kldnoy Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of prire 50 cents and 1 Db N O Davis Frankfort Ind a The Kind You Have Always Bought Plenty or Strawberries The redoubtable Bill Ashby the king pin in the nursery business in Northern Kentucky Is not deterred from making preparations for a big Btrawberry crop by war or rumors of wars He bought 23- 000 plants which he is setting out He expects a good crop and Bays that he will supply the boys in blue with straw Â¬ berry preserves if they Bucceed In joining tho army of occupation in Cuba Â¬ j 7 t Your especial attention is called for a moments consideration to the offerings1 made you this Season They are beauti- ful goods stylish and at prices within your reach Have A 50c will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ port It A Shellmau StepheuBport Gordon Haynes Pateaville E A Â¬ Kidney Trouble trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure You JHUUB csrr-i-t-JCCr-- i Anno ucvcd mtjjtii KY Maitindale Poultry EGGS FOK SALE t - BIG SPRING Witt Hardinsburg Tho Ohio river is steadily rising and the water is now at a fine boating stage plified Several prospectors for laud have vis ited our county recently and invariably the objection has been that we have no roads The Irvington Medical Society met here the 27th and had a very Interest Â¬ ing and successful meeting They meet next at Irvington May 4th Any physi Â¬ cians feeling an interest are invited to at tend Â¬ PELLVILLE Several farmers are done planting corn William Jett of Herbert was here Sunday Owen Temple is visiting relatives in Sacramento Mrs Temple has had the hotel painted a beautiful green Allison Haynes and wife of Herbert visited here last week James Lafoe of Yelvington was hero on business Wednesday Some bo j s here would go to Cuba Jf their mothers were willing Sam Jones and family of Herbert visit- Â¬ ed at Thomas JetU Thursday Vorus aud Biou Moseley are contemplating a trip to Louisville Boon The moot club adjourn d last week un- Â¬ til the first Saturday night in September Miss Mamio Helm has been dangerous- Â¬ ly ill with liemorago of the lungs but is better Dr Lancaster never saw as fine a pros- Â¬ pect for wheat as he finds in his ride this spring Itev J D Hocker of Fordsvlile filled his regular appointments here Saturday and Sunday James Phillips and wifo of Haweavllle and George Birk and wife of Tbrutton Â¬ oleauso aud purify tho blood just now or miiko yourself liablo to the many dungorous nilmonts which aro bo prevalent during Impurities have been BUinmer accumulating in tho blood all winter aud right now iB tho time to got rid of thorn A thorough course of Swifts Spocifio is needed to cleauso tho blood and puri Â¬ fy tho Bystom toniug up and Btrougthouiug it all ovor Thoso who take this precaution now aro comparatively safo all summer but to neglect it is to invito some form of sicknofcs which is bo com mon during tho trying hot seasou It is now that a courso of Swifts Specific SSSrrLBlood will accomplish so much toward rendering tho system capableof resistiug tho ovil influences which aro so liablo to attack it during tho Bummor when sickness is so abundant It is tho best tonic and system builder on tho market bocauso it is a real blood remedy and is mado sololy to search out ana romovo nn impuriuos ana Bupplyan abundanco of pure rioh aud red blood S S S is mado exclusively of roots and herbs aud is Nnturoa own remedy It is purely vegotablo and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash morcury or LITTLE SUFFERER Face Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors How a Cure Was Effected When flvo years old my Httlo boy had scrofula on his face hands and arms It was worst on his chin although the norcs on his cheeks and hands were very bittl It appeared in tho form of red pimples which would fader break opcu anil run and then scab over After disappearing they would break out again They caused Intense Itching and the little sufferer had to bo watched continually to keep him from scratching tho sores Wo became greatly alarmed at hU condition My wifes mother had bad scrofula and the only medicine which had helpd her was Hoods Sarsaparilla Wo decided to giro It to our boy and wo noted an Improve Â¬ ment In his case very soon After giving him four bottles of Hoods rJarsaparlllo tho humor had all been driven out of his blood and It has never since returned William Babtz 416 South Williams St South Bend Indiana You can buy Hoods Sarsaparilla of all druggists B sure to get only Hoods those from bowel complaint means much When men go forth to falls 25c and 50c A II Fish- Â¬ war they go with the song It is glorious It never er Oloverport II A Shollman Steph to die for our country There is the Haynes Patesvillo inspiring muBic the good comradshlp in enaport Gordon E A Witt Hardinsburg arms thoBenso of continual action that great flag before them the women have their dead they give themselves in patriotic struggles for they know the bloody footpaths that must be traversed to reach the end They give their hearts and souls while we men give our bodies A Book for Young and Old There is no great movement effort r which is without tho encouragement YEGURE OUR and Btstiiiiini support ot women The NERVOUS RECORD wornou are the fosterers of patriotism The Cuban rebellion would not last a Esti 1878 BLOOD month if the Cuban women were not as 250000 SKIN great and selfsacrlflclug patriots as are DISEASED the men and thereforo in the ultimate PRIVATE triumph of liberty in Cuba the women MEN DISEASES should be honored as well as their hus CURED bands and brothers and fathers A little story will illustrate the place the Aug occupies in the feminine mind CURED Just before the battle of Gettysburg when her big brothers were starting for YOUNG MAN SraS the campaign and she had heard a great when Ignorant of tho tcrriblo crimo rou woro committing Ild yon onl v contfiler deal ot soldiers and patriotism and the tho fascinating allurements of thu etll liahltT Wbou too lato to nvolj tbo tcr flag a little girl sat on her grandfathers ilblo result ucro your eyes opened to lap at sunset aud watched the stars your pcnir mil you inier on in roan hood contract any llll VATi or 11LOOD come out Sue was a very little girl and disease Wcro you cured t Do you now and then tco soino alarming symptoms the sight was unusual to her you marry in your prcscni con Iaru Why grandpa she exclaimed dition Voukno1TIjlKU lAtHKU LIKi HON If married aro you con Â¬ what are those lights stantly Hi lug In dread r la marriage a falluro uith you on ncoonnt of any weak The stars my dear ho answered ness caused bj early abuso or later ex Tho stars but where are the stripes cesses Ilavo you been drugged trith mercury ThU booklet will lnlnt out to She was a fitting daughter of America you tho results of thoso crimes nnd oInt out how our NKW METHOD UllEAT for the stars and ttrlpes could not be MCNT will positlrely euro you It separated in her heart shows bow thousands haro been saved by our NKW TUHATMKNi It rrorct II H Haynks how wo can OUAUANTUi TO CUKK A Warm Friend The Women In War Foleys Colic Cure is very hot but Gakkibld Ky When women feel and respond to tho call of patriotism it when diluted it iaa warm friend indeed snOering to aids grgiggCTSBRaCTaaa I have lj yards of the following breeds Daft Cochins II P Hocks I C I Games Light Urahmai Bit Langthans Dik Mlnorcas S S llamburijS S C It Leghorns Eggs from any of tho aboe for Jljo for iS Imperial lekin duck eggs same Imp Hronze Turkey eggs joo per doien ggs shipped anywhere safe ly and none but real fresh eggs shipped All orders filled as soon as received My stock f as good as money can buy Address MIIS MKMAHTIN Box 38 Greenville Ky - J I M L Yocutn Cameron Pa brjb was a auflVrer for ton years trying moat all kinds of pllo remedies bu without success DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve was tftoiniiieiuleil to me I used one To the Public In offering the services of the box It lias effected a permanent cure fallowing breeding stock we do not hesitate to say As it permanent cure for piles Do Witts that we bflleve it to be as good as can be loand in well Mot the ot their Witch Hazel Salvo has uo tqnal Short sliesstale equallvonly well bread on the sidedams a as tluough their but DRURYS Breeding Stock BOURBON DENMARK Â¬ Haynes very Important thing In a breeder A dood Woman Dead 250000 lar Mrs El ia Priest who drparted this life on the 21st of April 1893 in her 78th year She was raised in Iliuvtsvlllu aud lived thoro most of her life She has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ othor mineral S S sure to get S Thoro is nothiug half as Bo good flOOd S Fl I IS eur Liter Ills I easy to take easy to operate JScent The Westfield Ind Nefas prints the following In regard to an old resident of that place Frank McAvoy for many years in tho employ of the L N A A O Ry here says I have used Chamber Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for ten years or longer am never without it in my family I con sided it the best remedy of tho kind man- Â¬ ufactured I take pleasure in recom- Â¬ mending It It Lb a specific for all bowel disorders For sale by A K Fish Â¬ er Oloverport K A SkellaiB Steph Mport ANY CUUAI1U OASIi OR NO PAY Wo treat and curo KMISSlONS VAltlCOOHIdJ BYlHILiB 1LKKT IMIOTlitfOY Sfil HTItlCTIHtK 1MB OJUJT IHIA1N8 UNNATlIItAI GlIAItUKS KllrijU Y and IJLADDEH disoascs been married three times Her last tins band Henry lritst was buried about r two ears ago alio was the mother of eight chllilrui only one of whom re Â¬ j mains to tin lira her loss She leaves n groftt many grandchildren and great dims aide grand children She was living with her Desrlpliou Uourbon Denmark Is a betutlfu grandson Don Hush near Jolly Station bay 16 hands high and as much natural stylo as In Breckenrldge county We are sorry any lollion la the state and is as fine a breeder as circumstances would not permit her can be found He breeds his colts with style and finish solid colors and pit nty of size Ilreeds very being laid beside iter loved one burled at strongly after himself nine out of every ten going Hawesvllle But God Hi His Infinite the gaits by th mothers side He transmits his mercy took her out of her sufferings to saddlo qualities very reidlly because his gilts are all natural that better world where ehe can be with easOy but and not acquired He govs all the gates espeel tlly to be admired In hla running her loyed ones forever Oh I how we walk JACK lulsithe kind voice and the dear old sweet face CANARY BIRD A QiiANUDAuaiiTiiu No 669 S II S It Was sired and foaled at Lexington Ky This high styled Kentucky saddle stallion will make the season of CVS at my place ore mile East ol Uew leyville on Louisville road ledigree Uourbon Wo S59 was aired by Fay ctte Denmark No 6o he by NidGaints Denmark he by race hnrse Miomcde he by linpocted Hedire lord First dam by HallStockwiv sd dam by Iter trunJ 3th dam by Highlander Note Vou will notice frpm this renowned sires breeding that he is backed up by the atrongett f im I lesol llnmarks onthe slreaaide clear baik to On his dama side he has onic thoroughbreds the best crosres ol iaddle families to b had lron y backed up by thoroughbreds both on sir audTV Hi Sa CURES GUARANTEED Tbo Wgo of Sin sent frro by enclosing sSsstomn CONSULTATION Fit UK If unaldo to call write for TBKATAHUJT QUKHTION 1JLANK iorUOMB CASTOR I A Per The KM Bears the Signature How do the Nxw Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET OIHOIriNATIs O X3TS1 Infants and CfcilArwa Yh Hivi Always BNekt dfte ut you Canary Ilird Is an In bred lllack Warrior black with mealy pointe Is of Ane carriage and splendid actlcn with heavy bone Asa breeder Of first class mules his charatter Is well known Tetnu llourboa Denmark 15 to Insure a llv colt payable when colt Is foaled Canary Bird ty to Insure live colt payable when colt I foaled A few marej from a distance kept on grass with out extrt charge Hjtendlng thinks for patronage Intake tiaat vfMthoye that our Mock merit a cea- wnuaaMnveaaaMt am very reafecHully ClIAS H DRUgY I