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V H wu - uJ i trv THE BRE CKENMIDGE NEWS t- ALLx -- THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1898 A BIG VOL XXIII if tniniii Bv ir i CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 YOU BET They were accompanied to Gloverport by Misses Mary Board Eula Miller An lile M DeJaructte Alleti linker Marv L Smith and Mr Juries Mercer Their many friends wish them a long happy and prosperous lift HIS CHANCES ARE ROSY NO 5 DAY Royal make NOBLE LIFES TRAGIC END Rev Learner Davison Killed PICKED THE LOCK Four Prlioners Escape From the Bran denhurfl Jail WAS A An Army a Train WasKnewrt and Lovw By Our People K The Rev L B Davison tho oldest Methodist minister In the South vtas run N over and instantly killed by an L passenger train at 0 oclock Saturday evening at Brooks Station Mr Davison wm the pastor of Asbury Chapel 312 Ohio street Louisville and had gone out to Brooks Station to preach lie went ou the Bowling Green accommodation and when he reached liiH dcstiiiatlon started across the track to n buggy that was waiting for him A fast train is met at Brooks Irom Nashville and as Mr Davison started to cross lie was struck by it The train was running about thirty miles an hour and he was thrown about thirty feet The body was picked up and brought to the city and subse quently removed to his residence 312 Ohio street His funeral took place Monday and was largely attended Rev Davison was horn in this county and this section has been the Held of liia life work Many of the older couples living in Oloverport were united in mar riage by him when the unfortunate accident ended the life of the Rev Mr Davison ho had served th- church of his choice for sixty seven years and had been a member of the church for sixty six years having preached for a year before he became a member ofthe church He was a man of gentle character and was loved by all who knew him Heconducted the religious exercises at the centenary anniversary of James Ireland last year Â¬ - Brandrniibko Ky August 10 1898 The prisoners four got out of jail last Friday night by making a key out f a piece of wire taken from a utensil in the jail and opened the coll door burnt the lock to the iron bar also tho lock to tho negroes cell The iron bum to the hall window were torn away wheii u rope made of bed clothes let thorn down A blood hound was gotten from Muldrangh Saturday and pursuit begun but Elvlce Wimp and Jim Jones Jr captured the two negroes however beforo the hound began the trail He lost ids trail for the two white men on account of the im- Â¬ mense crowd tramping over the track but for a while he showed much sagacity and training One white prisoner is captured and a tine prospect for the other Mr ThornsbUry the jailer offer ed a large reward and there is no blame whatever attached to him in any way Meade county needs a new jail that is the fault and this should arouse the county to a realization of it STREET FAIR Hustling One Lewlsport Will WERE HAPPY Road To Tar Springs and Ball town Ordered Will Be Made CHARACTER of Customers Trade at Addleon Dicks the food pure wholcsoms and detlelouf Rube Miller Says He Will Knock the Persimmon Surely Spread Herself there is not a more lively Utile town In the State for its size than Lewlsport Her business men are wide awake and just now they are making big preparations for n grand street fair and parade Promiums have been offered for all manner of live stock and agricultural products There will be music in plenty and fun and amuse ment for everybody The affair will take place Thursday August 20 and all are Invited PROMINENT thing iscertain BAPTIST DEAD Family to Cat Rhodes Leaves a Large Mourn Him To Consumptive As an hpnest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out lake hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in early stages to effect a cure R A Shell A R FiftiiSr Cioverpoft Hayne man Stofensport J Gordon PatesvilteflEA Witt Hahllnsburg ii OASTOIIIA A m ine Kind you Have Always Bought Mr Cas Rhodes died August 2 He had been ill for more than a year but was only confined to his bed a week He leaves a wife and a large family Some of his children are married and livo in distant States Mr Rhodes was a o farmer a good citizen kind friend and neighbor he belonged to the Baptist church and held Ids member ship at Goshen His remains were laid to rest in the family lot at the Owen grave yard by the cido of his first wife followed by a largo procession of friends and relatives Dm Rutledgr of Clover port conducted the funeral services Falls of Rough cor News Wbll-to-d- Col Reuben N MUlerof ilardinsburg the was in the city Saturday Considering the fact that Rube is a County candidate for a state office and that he has achieved the sum total of human picture printed Thanks lathe efforts of James Skill greatness by having his hu is remarkably in two or three papers roan Mayor Barry and E 0 Babbnge healthy looking and he attributes this to the proposed Gloverport Tar Spring and Piegah road has at last become a reality a good conscience a good appetite and a The county court In session Monday speaking acquaintance with Kentucky ordered that the rmel be opened up water Speaking of his candidacy he said and be put in shape for a wn fon to Since it has became known that I am pass over and report that such has been a candidate for the republican nomina- Â¬ done at the next session G Eskrldge an energetic farmer and tion to the State Attorney Generalship one of tho most progressive men in 1 have met with great encouragement party Men Breckeniidgecuunty has been appoint written prominent in the supporthave ed overseer aud will call the men out assuring me pledging their to see me and me of their desire get to open up the right of way This road will not only open up a the honor and Western Kentucky party Eastern large trade territory for Oloverport but leaders have it will also give our people as well as in the matterbeen especially kind to me and I look forward to an the balance of the county a magnificent driveway to Tar Springs and Balltown easy victory in the State convention y The farmers residing along the Octoflenrlans Wrestle have been verv liberal and our people will see to it that enough money Ilreckenridge county has some very will be subscribed to make this the very vigorous old men To of the spryest best road in the county are John K Johnson and Jerry Harris Both men who are approaching four- Â¬ score and ten live near Dukes They May Pate met the other day and challenged each The marriage of Miss Ida B May and other to a friendly wrestling match Mr S A Pate was solemized at the resi Â¬ Each was game and the match came off dence of the bride last Wednesday after- Â¬ Mr Johnson had the honor of falling noon at 3 oclock The wedding was a on top very quiet one hut with all very impres- Â¬ Hes a Colonel Now sive and beautiful The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard May John P Haswell Jr of Ilardinsburg and one of Hardinxburgs most popular is now a Colonel He has been appoint Â¬ and accomplished young ladies and ed a member of Governor Bradleys staff possesses an amiable aud lovely disposi- Â¬ with that rank Ho will assist at the tion The groom is ex sheriff of Ureck dedication of Kentuckys monument to enridge county and Is widely known as her soldiers who wore the blue and gray one of its most enterprising and excel and who fell ou Chicamauguas bloody lent young mon After the ceremony field the bride and groom left immediately Gave Bond for Oloverport en route for Atlantic City George Graham who had an encount- Â¬ er with Alex Hall a week ago has waiv- Â¬ ed examination and gave bond in the sum of 00 for his appearance at tho October term ofthe circuit court First Negro Born in Oloverport Dead Â¬ the Best Highway In Possessed Many Virtues and Many Eccentricities Another one of Cloverports well known characters has passed away Uncle Charlie Bates the first negro born in Oloverport died at 1 oclock Monday of injuries suslained in falling from the hay loft of Adkissons stable He waB Kt years of age Bates was the property of the Brack enridge Uannel Coal Company before the war and was retained in its employ after he had obtained his freedom In the palmv days of ttie company when titled Englishmen and the resi- Â¬ dent managers of the mines lived like princes and epeut money like profligates Uncle Charley actvd as steward and He purchased all the inajor domo su plies including the wines and in those days he himself lived in luxury When the Cannel Cosl company had ceased to he a gnot thing anil the high rollers had fled Undo Charlie entered the employ of Dr S B Adkisson as hos- Â¬ tler at the I niters livery stable Uncle Charlie was one of tho best of his race He would not lie and he was noted for his integrity He was loved by the white children of the town and never seemed happier than when they were playing about him One of his peculiarities was that he would not associate with metnLers of his own race right-of-wa- His funeral took place Tuesday Â¬ H noil Should be In erery family mcdiclno cliost and erery travellers -- Rrtp Tliejr nre Invaluable then the itomach It out of order euro liendache btlloumes and all 11 er troublei IS Id and efficient SJ cent EVST Green i Flag i tore Hats s Pills ought to know that when sufior nK from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded RA A R Fisher Oloverport Hay Shellman Stephensport Gordon nes Patcsville W E Witt Hardins burg Yfill I UU Pleased With Him is conducting a revival Nice Home Erected meeting at Holts aud is meeting with Charles Oelze a prosperous farmer great success The people of Addison living on the Hardlnsburg pike has about and Holts are much pleased with iiim completed a new two story house on his and express the wish that he may be re- Â¬ farm tained iu this pastorage It b very attractive Rev Joiner One of the husfest places in llm entire Ohio valley last Saturday was Addison Dicks store at Addison Hundrods of people coming from a wide scope of country were there to trade Mr Addison had considerable trouble explaining to his army of customers a mistake tnat appeared in his advertise ment in last weeks News The bargains in rbbons should have been so worded that the prices should have referred to the yard instead of the bolt Women came from points many miles distnnt to buy rihjouBHiul wele satfetied Willi the Absolutely Pure bargains This is a banner ear in the business of Addison ft Dick Their sales will aggregate many thousands of dollars Their enccess is due to the enterprise hCW VO OVAL ftAKINQ POWDCH CO liberality aud honesty of tho uiemLers of the firm and no small nlmro of credit is due to Mrs 1 I Addison who by Gone to Lexington herexecutive ability and splendid talents The orders for the Fourth Regiment is proving herself one of the best busi- Â¬ to leave Lexington nnd go to Jackson- Â¬ ness women In Kentucky ville Fla are being held in abeyance Lieutenant Colonel Murray is now act Â¬ FROM FAR AND NEAR ing as commandant in the absence of Col Colson Hal Murray Mrs D R Dicks New Mill Having a Big Trade Murray Miss Allienne Murray and Mas Â¬ ter David are the guests of Colonel Mur Â¬ Daniel Dicks mill at Addison opened ray at Lexington and may accompany up very successfully last week People him south Bhould the regiment be were present from miUs around He moved sold Hour on Friday and Saturday to peo Â¬ Sketched Tar Springs ple from Mooleyville Sample Yellow Bank Union Star New Dothnl Clover Mrs Jennlo Pointer Moorman of port Ilardinsburg Little Dixie and Owensboro who is an artUt of spleudid Concordia on the Kentucky side of tho talent was at Tar Spring Friday and river and to people from Derby Rome made some beautiful sketches of that Curaraings Bottom German Ridge and romantic resort Mrs Moorman ex Â¬ Green Briar on the Indiana side pects to locate in either Cincinnati or Those who patronized him speak very New York during tho coming winternud highly of the flour and the expression will devote hor time to magazine illustra- Â¬ Well my neghbors nre pleased with tion your Hour and 1 had to come is fre Â¬ Eloped to Cannelton quently heard from newcomers Mr Glover Frymiro and Hattie Biddle Bondsmen Have the Books came to the city Thursday from Union house Sheriff Fuqua of Hancock county has Star and registered at the ileyser toward turned over his books lo his sureties aud They were towending their way be made man and Cannelton one of his deputies W 0 Brown has They were successful at d returned wife that beon appointed to collect to taxes It is probable that the collections will lack evening much pleased with the ovent of about S500 of paying out the amount the day that is owing to tho surety company that Thrown From a Horse is ou the sheriffs bond While Mrs Young and daughter of Dukes were on their way to church New Tobacco Manufactory horseback Thursday night the animal Gtorgo Newman and A J Turpin will became frightened and threw them off open a tohacro tuanuftotorv at fiawes Their injuries are not of a serious nature ville for the manufacture of plug iobao Wm Mussellman of Louisville co DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will bo Interested with them Curea Piles Scalds Hums Â¬ Al POWDER -- K EVERYBODY INVITED TO THE lis Tcrvsns V Barg am KENTUCKY AT HARDINSBURG Store Dry Goods Light colored Calico at 4c Indigo Blue and Simpsons Black silver grey best grades at 4jC Percales 34 inches wide cheap at 10c our pric 4 Totirivestigate our large stock of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Furnishings and Groceries bought ataclosingout sale from large manufacturers which will astonish you Our low prices cannot be equalled anywhere bpace prevents4 the mention of all articles but an idea can be gained by what follows Pri F Clothing S t Mens heavy double knee Overalls worth 75c our prico 50c Boys Cottonade Pants from 13 to 18 years 25c Childrens Wash Suits 45c Bettdr grade Woolen Suits sizes from 5 to 14 175 values our price 110 Childrens Novelty Suits ages 6 to 14 8250 value our price 135 Childrens Cassimere and Tricot Suits nicely raado and highly finished would bo cheap at 8350 our price 225 Shoes Button or Lace Shoes patent and facing worth 8140 our price 105 leathor tip A nico lot of Ladies Better grado of Ladies Dongola Shoes 175 values our prico 8135 hand made shoe high- Â¬ finished and the most porfect fitting shoe on tho ly A Oenuino Ladies Dongola 7c Organdies worth 18c for tho best Ginghams 5c a from 12c to 35c our price 74 to market K A nice line of price 5 ic yard Mens Shirtings 5c per yard Botter grade at Gc per yard Extra good quality wortli 10c our prico 8c JbHKiS 3E9BHB Mens Black Hats worth 100 our 1 Bottor grade all styles worth 150 our price esl -- rsisi 11 1 Itod Table Cloth 17o a yard Bettor grades fast colors 52 inches wide 22jjQ- Table Oil Cloth standard gradbs several different patterns to select from 15c per yard Window Shades 15o each Screen for Window Curtains 5c a yard Toweling by tho yard 6o Better grades at reasonable prices Cannelton Sheeting Cotton 4o a yard 5 w- fk - K c and Extra lino grades of Hats would bo cheap at 8200 250 our price 125 to 160 Baltic Axe Shoe other Wears better than any other Is cheaper than any 1b easier Looks handsomer than any other on the feet than any other Have them in Ladies and Childrens sizes Whon you want Shoes como o us and ask for this brand Satisfaction guaranteed worth r X7r - Mens Brown Mixed Novelty Suits worth 000 our price 3P8 y A nico Fancy Striped 4 button Sack Suitwell made would bo cheap at 050 our price 425 Mens Black Clay VVorstedmost perfect fitting gar jaents regular 900 suit our prico 550 Suita worth from 10 lo 18 our highest price is 10 50 Notions Papers of Pins 5c box of Good Toilet Soap contains 3 bars for 5c 5 spools of 200 yard Westorleys or Kings Throad for 10c Ladles Black Hoso 5o Better grade Extra fine full seamless fast colors worth 15c our prico 10c Mens Socks 5o a pair Mens Suspendors at 10c a pair 3 1 Groceries First class Baoon 7 lb Granulatod Sugar 17 lbs for ono dollar Good Green Coffee 10c lb Soda 2 lbs for 5c Celluloid Starch 5c a package 12 Bars of Everybodys Soap 25o 4 packages Coffee Essence 5c Large Boxes Mustard Sardines 8o a box Coal Oil lOo a gallon 3 Sacks Table Salt lOo Largo Box of Matches 1000 in a box for 5c Everything elso in proportion Mens Shoes square or coin too lace or congress 150 our price 110 A bottor grade regular 200 shoo our prico 150 4 A lot of Mens Sunday Tanta different grades and pattern worth all the way from 150 to 3 50 our 70 A nico genuine shoe worth our price 3 Mens heavy plow shoes 08c A bettor grade price 125 875 A beautiful line of tailor made Pants 500 values soamlcss back high top worth 150 our price 125 t We believe in quick sales and small profits as being tho best method of doing business which has already proved to us to bo Bear in mind thatwo will not and cannot bo undersold by any one in the country with our motljod of doing business htujlbcen increasing every day You cao hoar tho cries of the people of that community MLota go to tho Green Flag Bargain Store where wo can buy fltore atIaWcsviilo Kv lias been trrowin larger from W to day and our trade thore w Therefore wo are proad of our namo and wo are going to prove the facta to thepopj0 of Breokcnridgo and surrounding community that wo cm sell you betror goods for lesa money than any other store and also ad- goods heap and get kind treatment s Wfc every man and woman to tiiko advantage of this golden opportunity of our grand opening vi ruir main ft t I j -- tt a1 m-i saal aaa - - Tsa H A F aaal J aaal A aaaS Hardlnsburg Ky Jr5JfcCO MAIN STORE At Ilftwesyille Kentucky mmimmm4i trt- THE BRELOKimNStllKaKf THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ANNALS OF THB TOWN - i f arjti THEY FELL FROM QRACE The family consists of Mr Hg - -- AT R1 KY JNO D AND V a BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors 17 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1898 - SIX PAGES THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES Gkntlbmkn there is a world ol truth in the old Baying that an ounce of prevention ia worth a pound of cure Theounco of prevention that you can administer conslbla of giving the floors walla and windows of the public hcIiooI building a TO Â¬ thorough scouring and cleaning The edifice has not been used for sometime The rooms have not been ven- Â¬ tilated and tho dust and dirt that have accumlatod have doubtless given birth to diseaso germs Cleanliness is tho deadly enemy of disease Soap and water used liberally are magnificent disinfectants Gentlemen see to it that both soap and water are used Mborally and effectively in routing and killing the disease germs that are enemies to the health of school children Conditions of course are not as bad here as they are in the average school and there is no occasion for uneasiness but the desire on our part to have the best school in the Btate should impel us to observe the common laws of hygelne Goon roads are evidences of the higher civilization Tub only blunder of the war depart Â¬ ment is Alger Why cant Cloyerport have a street fair and harvest festival With no inosquitos and fine weather Cloverport is a very agreeable summer resort At last Spain has came to the con- Â¬ clusion that what we did to her was a plenty Thk volunteers who had no chance to get in the scrap are wondering what the war begun for Missouri and Texas are states that favor progressive democracy They have declared for expansion Givk our school a hearty support this year In so doing you will help lay the foundation of its future prestige Spain is anxious that Cuba be granted government Spain always did seem to be inclined toward facetious- good ritosi KitiTY has resided so long in Breckenrldge county that the people have ceased to loook upon it as a stranger Thk number of births and marriages that aro occurring in Breckenridgo in dlcate that we are doing some expand ing ourselves Â¬ Now that peace has been declared let all Kentucky colonels get together and keep step in the march of industrial and commercial progress A man named Satan was overcome by the heat at Jersey City last week It has always been suspicioned that New 1 Jersey was hotter than h Li I1uno Chano will find that when England goes after his scalp it will not be as easily restored as was his yellow jacket and three eyed peacock feather JuiMHNQ from tho Ohio mans propen- Â¬ sity for gobbling up all the soft snaps that the administration has to give out the buckeye is the only true mascot after all share of production during this same period sunk from 105 per cent to 276 per cent while the United States increas- Â¬ ed its proportian of out put from 101 per cent to 30U per cent Our production of coal was reckoned at 100823000 tons per year from 1801 5 Bhowiug an advance in production from 17 per cent in 171 to 30 per cent in 1895 England only supplies 34 per cent of the worlds coal The consumption of cotton in the United Stales has increased from 1500 000 tons per annum in this country in 1840 to 552 2000 tons in 1805 Our con sumption of cotton has doubled while Englands has increased one fourth We have increased our railway mileage in the past twenty years so that it is eight times as great as that of Germany and twenty three times as great as that of Great Britain and Ireland The United States produces one fifth of the worlds wheat while the British colonies only produce less than one eighth and Ger- Â¬ many one twentieth The United States produces 22 per cent of the gold of the world and over 35 per cent of the silver The total commerce including imports and exports is giyen in pounds sterling Great Britain and Irelands annual av- Â¬ erage 1881 5 573888888 j 1801 5 598 loCOGO Germany 1881 5300011111 18U1 5 352777777 United States 1831 5 302333333 1891 5 347333333 Com Â¬ menting upon these figures Consul Con- Â¬ stable says Thus during tills period Great Britains trade has increased by slightly more than 2 per cent that of Germany and the United States each 15 per cent whilst the trade of France has steadily declined The volume of trade has it need scarcely be said increased to a much greater degree than is indicated by these figures but owing to the almost universal fall in the prices of commodities the increase in value of exports and imports has been less than might have been expected Â¬ Â¬ WHEN tho notion strikes Pooled them HatnV descendants can do thlngn Lit it Cato in The Funerals all his philosophy never dreamed of Some of tho most eccentric Ethiopians on tho foot Â¬ stool reside in and about Cloverport Evory now and then they ignore con- Â¬ vention and go contrary to the estab- Â¬ lished order of things During tho planting season last spring the energetic little Uphold fever germ became porniclously active in the Holt neighborhood As a result of his un- Â¬ tiring efforts a number of colored peo- Â¬ ple gave up the ghost Now everyone knows or should know that the average negro would almost as soon miss a cako walk as a funeral It was unfortunate for the colored bretheren of Holts then that deaths harvest came atatime when thoy had not the leisure to enjoy the at Â¬ tendant funerals to their fullest capacity They were not to be baulked out of tho pleasures of grief however for it was decided to bury the victims of the pale rider without ceremony and wait until a season of leisure when the sorrows of the community could be pooled and all the funerals be combined and held as a whole and Mrs two children They llvo in a pretty little town sur Â¬ rounded by sun kissed hills as a gifted authored says whose name it Is not necessary to give John Van Camp and their Not long since the day of mourning was observed Tho colored people fioni far and near came together and enjoyed a feast of sorrow The services com menced early in the morning and lasted all day and far into tho night There were several ministers present and they were divided fnto reliefs and preaohed turn about The funeral of every colored person who had died in the six months precede ing was celebrated by the convention of all mourners with the eclat that o important and unique an occa- Â¬ sion demanded It is thought that these union funer- Â¬ als will not be popular as they do not give anyono the monopoly on grief The sentiment of all the mourners was expressed by a newly made widow who Â¬ said Ah doan laik dese union funerals Dere wuz dat good fa nuflin Lucindy Brown Alnt enny of her folks daid She Jes took on like she wuz head moahner Couldn heah me cry fa de noise she made As another darky expressed it Ah doan laik dese traded funerals no how Too much all daid coons look aliketomeboutit How She Thk war fever seems epidemic Russia aud England are now ready to fly at each others throats and soon tho world may be engrossed with the details of the greatest war the earth has ever known When tho lion aud the bear turn them- Â¬ selves loose in tho arena the scrap will be no light weight affair is one of those men who makes two blades of grass grow where one grew bof re The new Tar Springs and lialltown road was secured through his efforts and it will Polick JimaK James Skillman ever be a monument to his untiring Industry his devotion to the best interests of the town and county and to his mag Â¬ nificent enterprise Â¬ A WORD OF ADVICE Thk fact that there are fllteen rases of typhoid at one little hamlet In this county and that all our phvsicians are treating patients afflicted with tho foyer should constrain us to be more careful about the sanitary conditions surrounding our homes Breckenrldge county is always a fillet Â¬ ed at this season of the year with this disease Typhoid gorms aro the results of impure water and bad drainage Many of the wells in the yards of town and country homes are so located that that the eeepfgo from Btables out houses and manure piles pollute their waters and fill them with disease germs Remove these causes and you stamp out the disease See that your well is free See that the droppings from pollution iu the stable are spread out on the land and not piled in the barn yard where they breed flies and pestilence Disin Â¬ fect the closets Observe the simple laws of hygeiue and you will be healthy OUR COMMERCIAL EXPANSION The British consul at Stockholm Sweden ha called attention to the com mercial expansion of the United States aa compared with the leading nations of the world His facts were taken from an exhaustive series of statistical tables furnished by the Swedish government The analysis shows that the United States increased its production of pig iron from 2284000 tons annually from 1871 5 to 8201000 yearly from 18U1 8 Great ikiUia and Irelands proportioaal THERE was something de liciouily unconventional Entertained about the marriage of Si Pate to Miss Ida May at Hardinsburg the otherday Miss Ida was very popular with ber girl friends and frequently entertained them at her home When on the after noon of the marriage they eacn received Come down an invitation which read this afternoon Im going to entertain they hastened to avail themselves of the pleasure without suspecting the nature of the entertainment When all had arrived the blushing DONT USE POISON bride the handsome groom and the minister arranged themselves before the Kentucky Tobacco May be Boycotted If assembled guests and ere the latter real- Â¬ Parti Green Is Used ized the situation they were being en- Â¬ The use of Paris green to kill tobacco tertained with a sure enough wedding The bride had kept her word and at worms should be abolished by the Ken Â¬ tucky tobacco grower says the Weed the same time had built up her reputaThe fact tuat his neighbor has condemned tion for originality the use of the poison and several states passed laws against its use should be evi ij BECAUSE Cloverport has a dence enough of its injury to the user of A Witch real live witch it does not fol tobacco after it has been doctored with and Her low that she is not siecle No town is more such It has come to the point where if the Kentucky planter does not stop than this and tho fact the use of Paris green the manufacturer that our people allow the old sorceress will boycott tho Kentucky product as to practice the black art without hin- Â¬ the chewer of tobacco has commenced to drance instead of resorting to tho do In the past few months instances ducking stool pillory or stake as the have conio to our notice where chewers people of Salem did in days of yore to have asked what State grew the tobacco suppress her testifies to our modern en in the plug bought of the dealer Some lightenment have refused to buy when told it was In appearance the witch does not be- Â¬ grown in Kentucky This was not be- Â¬ lle her reputation She is bent and old cause our tobaccos do not make the best withered and wrinkled has two snaggy chew but owing to the use of Paris green teeth that show prominently as she by the producer That this has been mumbles her wlerd incantations tHer done in a few instances it should arouse hair is ropy She lives all alone in a hut our farmers to the importance of stamp on the pike not far from Hites Run ing out the evil before a general boycott She has been seen gathering herbs in is instituted by the consumer We can the dark of the moon and there are those get along without the use of Paris green who will swear that she has been seen as well aa other states A general ex brewing some strange decoction in a presalon of disapproval by every farmer mysterious cauldron by the wlerd light in the State at this time would serve to of a blood red sun check the opposition developing against To cap the climax one of her familiar our tobaccos from no other cause than spirits is a black cat and she walks with that the health of consumers demand it The most effective way of instilling con- the assistance of a cane made of the fidence in the consumer Is to have a witchs ash State law passed against the use of the This is what popular report says and poison anil attach a heavy penalty to the same authority is responsible for the violations The use of Paris green is harmful to belief that Bhe reccommends the follow- Â¬ the consumers of tobacco Ttie quicker ing cures to the allllcted who consult we Btop its use the better for us her The skin of a black cat worn in ones Beautifully Entertained clothing will cure rheumatism The elegant home of Mr and Mrs A Wear iu the hat the rattles of a rat Â¬ R Fisher was opened Thursday evening tlesnake to prevent headache from 4 to 8 to their nelce Miss Mannie Cut your finger on Friday to cure the White who poseaeess many beautiful toothache qualities as a hostess She presided over The blood of a blaok cat takeu intern- Â¬ a unique entertainment given in honor ally will cure the shingles of Miss Katie French of Alabama who Turn your shoes upside down every is Mr and Mrs R N Hudsons guest A night beside your bed to prevent or cure number of Mica Whites friends were inylted and the evening was most cramps To get rid of your warts steal a dish- Â¬ pleasantly spent The house was artiswarts with it and theu tically decorated with the colors of Old cloth rub the bury the cloth under the eaves of the Glory During the hours a sumptuous luuch was tastefully served and was house If you tell no one and no one finds out your theft you will get rid of highly enjoyed by the partv the warts The skin of an eel worn about the neck will prevent bolls Borp a bole in the wall the height of a in malarial districts Tutts Pills childs head when the child grows ab ve are indispensible they keep the the hole it will be cured of asthma Press the skin of a lizard the system in perfect order and are of your neck to cure the uosetobleed back Rub your eye with a gold ring takes from the finger of a corpse to cure a for sick headache indigestion sty malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ Some people laugh at tlw witchs advice and are unklad eaoagfa to say tion and all bilious diseases that the cure in eaeh case k worse than the disown Â¬ Â¬ te Â¬ Â¬ To those living an absolute cure Tutts -- Liver Pills iLw Mr John Van Camp does not appear to have any particular occupation except to be painfully good He loves to separ- Â¬ ate himself far from the maddening crowd and on some distant hill under the spreading limbs of an oak tree he is prono to go to road his blblo The siugintr of the llttlo birds do not disturb him as he Is truly vlituous and to tell the truth he really enoys it Sometimes Mr Van Camp takes his little son Reginald and his daughter Dorothy out for a walk On these trips he never lets slip an opportunity to give a religious turn to the conversation If he sees a lamb he directs the child Â¬ rens attention to it and tells them it is a type of innocence and purity Mr Van Camp rarely jokes In fact levity affords him exquisite Buffering He would certaiuly cap any attempt at facetlousness with a suitable text and the results are that none of his neigh- Â¬ bors have the temerity to introduce an element of worldly fund into his life Mr Van Camp does not stem to possess any earthly weakness and his journey through this vale of tears is like a santly trumphal march Mrs Van Camp is as solemn and in- Â¬ structive as her husband though in a modified seLse she is a lady with a past There had been a time so sho informed iter children when if sho could but escape punishment she did not care what naughty things she did In those unregenerate days she pinched Sport the watch dog and pulled his tail One day she smashed a blue china plate and she caught the uufortunate house cat and locked it up in the room with the fragment bo tbat suspicion should fall upon the innocent and in telling the children about it she confessed that she was callous enough to be glad when puss was whipped instead of her She was also addicted to stealing sugar which was even more reprehensi- Â¬ ble and one day she sipped the remains of a mint julep that had been left in the glass by her papa Her object in making these confessions was to prove that all childrens hearts are naturally corrupt but judging by subsequent events her early indiscretions would appear to have been regarded by1 her offspring as pre cedents rath or than as warnings With such examples before them it was natural that Reginald and Dorothy the children developed a precocious piety Both could and did repeat long passages of tho scriptures from memory upon the slightost provocation When studying geography one day Reginald was anxious that hta papa point to him ont the exact site of the garden of Eden Reginald was very good Ho had a peculiar habit of walking up and down in a secluded place and singing and praying with all his might and worldly people predicted that he and his good little sister would dio ypung Now one would suppose that children endowed with euch proternaturally good dispositions would have risen superior to the ordinary failings of infancy and tbat their faults would be as rare as insipid But one fateful day they got out of range of the parental optics and fell from grace with a delightful thud There is a natural fascination not con- Â¬ fined to the ungodly alone in hearing of the wickedness of others and when this Is enhanced by the abnormal goodness of the sinners on ordinary occasions the tale gains additional piquancy Mr and Mrs Van Camp were compell- Â¬ ed to eavo home and the children were left for a day to do as their own sweet wills dictated Their first grievious sin was to stay in bed late and Reginald rigged himself out with pillows and sheets until he re- Â¬ sembled the ungodly clown of a circus They came down to breakfast without saying their prayers a fact the provokes the suspicion that their delight in such exercises is not altogether spontaneous- - They also came down without washing their faces or combing their hair which was human of them At breakfast they gorged themselves After breakfast they uuarreled and would have come to blows bad not Reginald spied a little pig in the garden They turned out to expel the pig and chased it down the road until they were covered with mud and dirt Tho pig got away aud they went to tho house of a neighbor whose children were not brought up in the foar of the Lord and where they bad often been forbidden to ro The neighbor was named Jones and Mrs Jones invited Reginald and Dorothy to come in and dry themselves Then she gave them some cake and something sweet to drink The something swei t proved to be cider aud as the children were unaccustomed to drinking it they were made a little drunk They came home with blushing acts and head aches After this they resolved to be good the remainder of the day but they disqheyed their papa by swinging on the barn door against his express order Dorothy fell from the door and skinned her nose knocked a tooth out aud cut her Up Reginald afterward stole an apple from a tree and when called to task about it lied like a little trooper Doroth nit to be out done stole some jam and seem Â¬ ed to take a fiendish delight in her wickedness Tho day ended by Reginald and Dorothy being tied to the table by their indignant parenU It does indeed aeem that the day was a full one for children so exemplary and with an Instinctive appreciation of the Bible but It shows tint pureul Upbring ing does sot altogftUer abeWali the innate depravity cbaieUirUtlgrf tkacowwea run of children The beanty jf tfeto tale la tbat you oas betwee lad yemr ewa aaoral if you Â¬ Â¬ 2 3 Three from two you cant1 tho schoolboy Right Throe from two you cant cither in dol Â¬ lars or dividends or sarsaparilla It takes tho best Barsaparilla roof to mako tho best sarsaparilla ex- Â¬ tract Tho best sarsaparilla comes from Honduras G A and tho Dr Ayer Co practically controls tho entire product Yet others claim to bo making best sarsaparilla They must bo making it out of tho remainder left after subtracting three from two But three from You cant mako the two you cant best sarsaparilla without best root You only get the best when you RayB imtmmmiiBmtmmKmmiMWMtmi GENERAL MERCHANDISE War Prices are fighting hard o geirecogrimofl from us but we have held bur position and still mark goods with the lowebt possible flg uroB The market is bound to advance and be k foro it doos we advise ull buyers to take ad van- tage of the reductions wo are offering on all summer goods Wo want room in our store and we want money To get both we sacrifice profit to gee your trade This opportunity will only last a few weeks for then we f MAY SURRENDER f fc rat Ajjers Sarsaparilla which is made wholly from tho best root imported from Honduras TWENTY NEW PLUTOCRATS And advance Our Prices so that they will be on a level with the market One thing is certain whatever OUR PRICES Are they will always be lower than the rest Breckenrldge County Citizens Have Be coeie Bloated Bond Holders Tho Breckenrldge Bank received 10 000 worth of the new war bonds from the treasury department of the United j Competition JACOB Does States government Saturday The bonds were for distribution among subscribes in this city and county and they were in denominations of 500 there being twenty subscribers The local office of the AdamB Express Company received a batch of bonds ag- Â¬ gregating 1000 Monday Thoy were also consigned to local parties It is estimated that about 20000 worth of the new war loan bonds were taken by Breckenrldge county citizens Very Little Trouble I had an attack of rheumatism and could get no relief from the medicines I tried until I began taking Hoods Sar- Â¬ saparilla This medicine cured me and I have had very little trouble from rheu Â¬ matism since We keep Hoods Sarsapa Â¬ Mrs S rilla in the house all the time M Judson Beersheba Tenn Not Bother Us MEYER BIG SPRING KY The entry list to the Daveisa county fair which is to be held from October 5th George Keats Hull of Louisville who has accepted a position at the shops as to 8th has just been issued The races draughtsman is trivlni valuable service will bo Interesting as a number of speedy Put bob to He is a nephew of Master Mechanic horses have been entered aggregate 3200 have ben hungup Van Alstine Hoods Pills are the only pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla Be sure to get Hoods Rich Stake De Witts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deeelye you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo tho great pile cure Short Haynes PEACE WITH SPAIN AND PEACE AT HOME at Has not affected the war that is being waged by us with high prices You know a Bargain when you see it Consider the prices quoted in this ad Organdies That formerly sold at 25c down to Fancy Goods We have the largest line of Em- Â¬ broideries and Fancy Goods ih the county and the stock is bo extensive that you can find anything yon want Here aro some bargains Val Laces ranging in price from 25c for a dozen yards to 25c for a single yard in black and white with insertings to match Ono piece only of all ovor em Â¬ broidered Linen for fancy waists worth 75c marked down to 25c 15 Cents Zephyr Ging cost 12A- and - Ono lot of Dress hamB that formerly 15c down to 8 13 Cents Will close out our lot of Fancy Dress Goods Plaids and Checks of all colors that formerly Bold at 25c now going at v 20 inch Xot of Moire Fjihoy Plaids and Heavy Fabric Percales at StHpod Ribbon atiess than cost to 15 Cents 5 Cents peryard A FIRST GLASS manufacture Sewing Machine complete with all attachments guaranteed for 6 years for -- One lot of All Wool Imperial Satin Ribbon all colors No 2 Serge all colors these are season Â¬ 15o per yard able and just in timo for fall dresses Silk Ribbon all colors No 5 that forraorly sold at 50c now 5o Gibbons 20700 that formerly sold at 40 Cents Special Bargains Threo Papers of Pins 5o Shirt Waists to closo them out 20c pdr Yard at one third oft1 r Silk Ribbons all colors No 12 Straw Hats at half price 7 Gents I2jc per yard A few Hammocks that havo been left ocr at 40 per cent off Fans G for 5c Including Indigo Blue and lied at Fancy Beading wliito and colors Childrens Sandals marked down frora110to85c bunch 5c per 4 Cents Sizes 8 to 12 havo been Mark Â¬ Thread 2 spools for 5o ed down to Merricks sooond to nono thread Dress nnd Apron Ginghams 3 spools for 10c 90 Cents 5 Cents at Sizes 18 to 2 have beea marked down to 1100 Full lino of Theso are all first claee 1uk1 turned goods and will wer pp 10c our price That were cheap at embracing Tablets Paper Pencils didly They are the grenUet tar 74 gains yet offered Pen Ink oto All Lawns 10o now Dress Goods Silk Ribbon all colors No 7 7jcper yard Silk Ribbon all colors No 9 lOcpej yard Silk Ribbon1 all colors No 22 wdrtlrSOo at peryard Calicoes Footgear 84 inch Percales Cents School Supplies DC Pi I IsfTlsOM rfHsUUO I IVJlM I Oxfords arid Slippers wUibMiarked at 20 percent off to close them out tfeeMMW i4 K ADDISON AbtSdN adWdfctoA KY DICK i ijfcikiwtA -- ifcf - mi JfifiJC i A TT4TTO BimOKELNmiDQEl NEWS OLOYKRPORT SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not HLY 3 A Birthday Present WERE NOT S0 MANY Seventy First New York Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder A DUEL TO DEATH Between a Wounded American and a Spaniard A Graphic Description of a li DGKS BEST A I tf FLOUR THAT TASTES Peoplo who caro for Ilavor ami wbolcsomonuBS as woll as tho looks of OF THE WHEAT thoir broad will apprcciato this brand Got Undue Credit Sixteenth Regiment of Regulars The First at 01 Caney Cloverport Doy Tells of the Battle of Santiago tgiissxifes1 u Dr M M Frnner Dear Sir When I was eleven years old I bad a weakness In my kidneys and back which became so distressing that serious consequences were feared I was treated by two eminent physicians but neither soemod abloto reach my case and I continued on In this distressing con- Â¬ dition without hope Flnallya friend gave mo as a blrJhday present a bottlo of your Kidney and Hack acho Cuta I realized Its benefit as soon as I began Its uso Improvement was steady add by tho tlmo two bottles had well Six years been taken I was have bow elapsed and I bavo not had any return of tho disease OHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Next door above Payne Coi Cloverport Frkdozoa N Y July foi DESCRIPTION OP THE COUNTRY 1 1804 Breckenridge WKDNK8UAY News 17 1898 AUGUST DURATION OF IMPORTANT WARS I V 7 I P t The Spanish American war will rank as one of the sborto3t in the worlds history Other notable conflicts of mod- Â¬ ern times have been Turkey versuB England and Russia 1807 to 1812 live years estimated cost to England aud Russia 250000000 loss of life for all involved estimated at 250000 Turkey versus England Russia and France 1827 to 1829 two years esti- Â¬ mated cost to the allied powers 150000 000 Ioms of life for allied powers esti Â¬ mated at 10000 Crimean War 1853 to 1850 two years and seven months English loss in life 24000 French loss in life 03500 Rus Â¬ sian loss in life largely from camp dis ease 500000 coat to England 205000 to Russia 000 to France 125000000 000000000 Austria versus France and Sardinia April 23 1851 to July 12 1859 80 days estimated cost to Austria 85000000 Austrian loss of life 18000 Austria versus Prussia and Italy June 18 18C0 to July 20 1860 39 das estimated cost to Austria 50000000 Austrian loss of life 7200 Franco Prussian War July 15 1870 to Feb 22 1871 German loss of life 127807 French loss of life 350000 war war expenses of France 1077000000 indemnity of France 1000000000 Turco Rnssian War April 1877 to January 1878 10 months Turkish loss of life 102000 Russian loss of life 89 COO000000 cost to 879 cost to Russia Turkey 750000000 The civil war of the United States lasted four years and one month and cost this Government nearly 2000000000 The total loss of life on both sides was about 1000000 The Spanish American war to yesterday had lasted 103 days and cost this Government during that 103000000 with a For broken surface sores insect tiniejrpproxlmately totafiose of life of less than COO exclu hi ten burns skin diseased and especially sive of deaths in camp on American soil piles thero is one reliable remedy De Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for De Witts dont accept counter Depend On It You Can felts or frauds You will not be disap Â¬ that Foleys Colic Cure is an lustant re- Â¬ pointed with DeWittB Witch Hazel lief for colic Bummer complaint cholera Short Waynes Salve morbus diarrhoea bloody flux chronic bilious cholera infantum diarrhoea INFORMATION ODD BITS colic palnteia colic and all bowol com- Â¬ plaints A R Fisher Cloverport R A The number of sheep in tho world is Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay nes Paleavllle E A Witt Hurdins estimated at 550000000 burg Artificial legs aud arms wero in use in Egypt as early an B O 700 A Budget of Definitions The little island of Cuba has nearly Foolish The man who argues with a thirty different varieties of palm trees fool Rug weaving is an art older than tho Convoy An elderly female who acts Pharaohs and the history of the first as a chaperon loom lies shrouded In obllivlon Handwriting Pen and ink drawings An Improved diving bell of great caof ones thoughts pacity moving along the sea bottom by Temptation The balance in which means of screws moved by electricity is character is weighed on exhibition in Paris Blander A Bpecles of mud that rubs A new company with a capital of 3 off when it geU dry 500000 has been formed in London to Time A wonder worker that labors put 4000 cabs in the streets at half a shilling a short ride in place of the pres Â¬ twenty four hours dally wife In Â¬ ent shilling Henpecked The man whose Ornithologist must bo very influential sists upon ruling the roost Genius A married man who has a in Russia to succeed in almost making a of the great exhibi- Â¬ new excuse every time he stays out late government matter tion of birds which is to be held in St Diplomat A man whose words convey Petersburg a different meaning from what lie means 1 Â¬ Â¬ Santiago db Cihia July 201808 Shite my lost letter to EurronNhwa you there 1ms been many changes made around here The Spaniards held this province but we have driven tljetn out and they are being loaded on tinusporls and will be sent back to Spain immedi- Â¬ ately I will be glad when they leave for they are a dangerous set of men We landed here under fire but kept steadily on invading creeko cutting barbed wire and picking Spanish sharpshooters out of the trees Bullets fell around us like hall brave bos dropped on all sides of me but I never got hit but in one place and that was a sea p wound caused by a Spanish shell I saw an account of the battle of San tiago in the Now York World and St Louis Globe Democrat and they failed to give a true statement ol it They gave tho Seventhy First New York regiment the praise of first entering the block house at El Caney and also gave them the credit of being the first to drive tho Spaniards from their stronghold I can say that they were not closer than a mile from us when the attack on El Caney begau They were cutting out roads behind us for the woaon trains that were to follow us lean truthfully gay that my regiment the Sixteenth U S regulars and my Company Eweie right to the front all the tlmo from the first landing to the surrender of Santiago I am not saying this because I belong to the Sixteenth regiment but because I think tlrose correspondents that wrote the articles Were mistaken and bad at that for I was in tho fight to a finish and ought to know who was first on the hill Well as I have perhaps said enough concerning the fight I will try and give the readers of the News a few ideal aa to this country The soil here is very rich Long gross and shrubbery covers the valleys while mountain chains are to be seen all around They rise to height of several hundred feet a beautiful sight to see Bananas and cocoanuta ore plentiful while there is another fruit here called the mangoe which has a very flue flavor and is about the size of au orange Some of the Cubans are almost compell- Â¬ ed to live on them and the cocoauut alone but thoy will soon have their lands and homes back and commence tilling the soil as usual I will be glad when we move out of thld place for there is too much malaria and fever here Nearly all of the bojB have had a severe attack of fever Two or three have died from the effects of it One brave lad of com Â¬ pany G was laid beneath the sod this morning He had malarial fever aud was hurried in a far away land The die for my last wordB ho spoke wore country Well as I have srobably written enough for this I will close with love W S Kino and best wishes to all Co E 10 U 8 Inf Santingo de Cuba Â¬ Disorder of these Important organs caiiHB Brights diseaso rheumatism pain In the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serloiiH la the matter Oftan these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brighta disease has fastened upon you and death awaits Its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis kidney Tablets These tablets are put up In the shape of a kid Â¬ ney beau and the formula has been proÂ¬ nounced by the bt st physicians of mod ern times to be the most direct iu action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ lets as i on would candy Send for free Sold by all booklet on kidney diseases drugglBta or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 Du N O Davis Frauklort Ind Â¬ Battlefield Scene Tim battle cry Remember the Maine Hi II rang in the eura of the wounded Americans on the field of San Â¬ tiago Round about lay tin bodies of the read keeping sllotit companionship with the wounded Groans aud slgha filled the air Tho brushwood thick aud sturdy and straight trampled down by the hoofi of the Rough Riders horses was saturated with the blood of the friend aud foe until it no longer hid Iroin each others view the fallen of two nations In the distance tho sharp report of the guns told of the onward march to victory It goaded the wounded American to action tho stricken foe to revenge From behind a tuft of grass on tho UNITgP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOW blades of which blood hung congealed a i head arose It was the vlaago of a Span f iS iard deathly pale with a stream of ft His blood trickling from his temple fiendish gaze was fastened upon tbo outstretched form of an American soldier A FloiK That Cannot Be Excelled who face downward lay with his head Js inado of selected wheat and contains all the gluten there is in the grain Jt SulTerora from dyspepsia against a tree He was still as one in will find this Hour a suro panacea TIihso two brands are male by the dentil lila life blood ebbing away he thought through a wound in his side BEST MILL IN JJREGKENRIDGE COUNTY Slowly the Spaniard propped his arms Thoroughly remodeled new machinery installed now bolting cloths added capacity increased to fiO beneath his body and grasped his gun Them in the brush besido him was his barrels improved swing sifter and purifier that cleans and grades tho wheat has been put in the mill Custom trado catered to and solicited Wholesale trndo invited to buy our pure flour and thus his deadliest foe Crawl to his aid 7 Not he Ho would riddle the body with please customors Mauser bulletB He would rejoice to ADDISON mutilate even the lifeless to demonstrate KY his hatred Quick as a flash he fired the bullet Btruing the American in the leg The sting of the lead brought the At a soldier back to conclousnebB glance he took in trie situation The gleam of fierce fiendish hatred In the eye of the Spaniard convinced him that this would be a duel to the death He leturned the fire and sent shot after shot A toward his antagonists quarter fusillade followed and ceased only with the death of tho Spaniard The Ameri- Â¬ can who had dropped in his tracks be yond his battle line was rescued by ids cumrades who had been attracted to thb 75 pes Lawns Organ- Â¬ 25 pairs Hartshorn spot by the terrific struggle of the two 50 Tow Linen Suits 100 pes Lawns aurcf dies Crepe Mulls were men wounded window shades com- Â¬ nicely made Worth Xc good Calioe sold at Wo and 15c plete with fixtures thing for hot weather Come quick wont last as long as they last at How to Look Good Worth double the price Sizes 34 to 43 above price long Good looks are really more than skin deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the Wftnl TPCTCta fllllnlmrici on1 oil nAnrfitr av1iisya nr ViirrViaofr movlrof t tftio Ao r liver is inactive you have a bilious look Oo Brandenburg Ky Goo Yeakel for our Specials from time to time if your stomach Is disordered you have a dyspeptic look If your kidneys are af Â¬ Secure fected you have a pinched look good health and you will surely have Electric Bitters is a good good looks Alterative and Tonic Acts directly on 0 the stomach liver aud kidneys purifies the blood cures pimples blotches aud boils and gives a good complexion Every bottle guaranteed Sold at Short KY B F BEAKD President Haynes Drug Store 50 cents per WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Casl ier bottle 1 1 WHILE ASLEEP He Milked Sixteen Cows Drove To the Depot and Back Farmer Broadbelt of Berwyn Chester county has a very good claim upon the title of champion somnambulist One morning Broadbelt arcs from his bed at 2 oclock and without stopping to change Ills night robe for more suitable attire went out to his barn and milked all of his 10 cowsand prepared the milk This took considerable for market time of course but after tiiat was done ho hitched up the horse and wagon and loading the milk cans upon the latter drove oflf to the station There he un- Â¬ loaded the cans according to his daily custom and drove back home The dawn was just breaking when he drove tho wagon into the barnyard He was sound asleep and had been so during the entire performance His return to consciousness was due to a vigorous shaking administered by his wife who having missed him from his bed had dressed and sallied forth to find him Inasmuch as this utory is vouched for by Broadbelt himself it is clear that he is the champion sleeunquestionably pwalkeror something else Philadel Â¬ phia North American Â¬ fjHZ Â¬ Â¬ OUR NAVY 7 -- l FLOUR r4 DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer GEO YEAKEL 5c COS 4 Â¬ 198 10c 3c The Most Fatal Disease It is generally known that more adults die of kidney trouble than of any other disease When the first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Haynes man Stephensport Gordon Patexville E A Wilt Hardinsburg ENQLISH NAfllES W BANK Surnames First Introduced by the Norman Invaders Surnames were Introduced into Eng Â¬ land by the Normans and were adopted by the nobility about 1100 The old Norntans used Filz which signifies son as Fifzberbert The Irish ueed for grandson ONeal ODonuell The Scottish Highlanders used Mac as Macdonald son of Donald The Welsh used Ap as Ap Rhys the son of Rhys Ap Richard The prefix Ap eventually was combined with the name of the father hence Prjs Pritchard etc The northern nations added the word son to the fathers name as William- Â¬ Mauy of the most common sur- Â¬ son names such as Johnson Wilson Dyson Nicholson etc were taken by Braban tore aud others Flemings who were naturalized in the reign of Henry VI 1435 Christian Advocate HAUDITS BURG Dtrwtor Breekemiflge formal College HARDINSBURG A Libel on To say AND CONTINUES FORTY WEEKS colonies which desire our institutiqnit INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS and our protection is a libel ou Amorlca Nations like individuals always can do what honor and conscience call on them Sifoty Comfort It sustains Four Courses viz Preparatory Scientific Business and Teachers to do Tho plea of national inability is We receive students and thoroughly prepare them for entrance to the best a plea of cowardice America if it can University Classes make the Philippines free can preserve Louisville and Evan vills Our Teachers receive First class County Certificates their freedom And by securing for Many receive n State Certificate or State Diploma others justice liberty and education it Many improvements have been made during the past year will learn how butter to guard these Seme Labratory Work has been prepared the Library Increased and the trusts within its own borders and for lis Courses of Study revised Fut Mail Lin lietween From the Outlook own citizens a W BEARD Amerlci MORRIS ESKRIDUX that America cannot govern R M JOLLY FifthAnnual Session OpensSept598 Packet Line BTEAMBR8 century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any fKHMd One can arrange a full program of tia most attractive band orchestra or vocal ratwio and vary it every evening Oh the Graphophone 6ue can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce Female Convicts jy ita4eee You cau keep the voices of Of the 7539 convicts now in tho prisons year frb nda to lit heard whenuvor jou wih Urapliophonea made fur home qf Massachusetts 1007 are women eater talknent can ha bought as low as Durintr the year just ended there was un 19 Write for catalogue 30 to the inrrtaseof 08 iu tho number of women Jo No 910 and a decrease bf 155 men PHONOaKAlH OMgVMWA FflMtyanIa Ave waeiungion u u quick cures aud children may quantities without the Utrt danger It lias won for lltulf the beat rauUUiit of any prparaton uwd te tajrfer x44 etoop tlckllsg in th 4UWHi iOf k ifcpytf pr pfe by Ha Marvels of a Graphophone One ol the wonders of the end of tho A Howling Success Wherever properly Introduced Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure for constipation has met with a phenomen Â¬ al sale Mauy drupglsta cannot say enough in praise of its merits aa woll aa In 1U great popularity with the people 100 lOo trial elze and also n 50a and sizes of Clias C Martin Oh Minute Cough Cute surprises po tatakln tyg CASTOR Iftati The I m Yh For aud Okildraa A Have Always BM V tW gtgaatw of Zfi2ab When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with More hau twenty million free samples you after your pocket book is a bottle of DoWUts Witch Hazel Salve have of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements been distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confidence in of the bowels caused by a change of watIts merits do you want It cures piles er You aro likely to need it A R Haynes bums scalds sores in the shortest space Fisher Cloverport Gordon flaynes of time Short Pateaville R A Shellman Stephens port E A Witt Hardinsburg Shatter a AUIIIonalre The American Navy Major General Shatter is said to be a rich man even for these days of large We began this war with 14 battle ships fortunes He la not a multi millionaire and cruisers 19 monitors only 0 of but an armv friend of his who protends which were modern 10 uuarinored steel to know rates him at 1000000 The vessels 19 gunboats and 23 torpedo General is quoted as having made his boat We have now 811 battle shipsaud money by successful operations in mines cruisers 31 unarmored steel yessels 25 and in lumber His gift for business is gunboats 25 torpedo boats and 15 special something unusual in the army circle craft We have not lost a ship in battle the rule being that officers do not take and have destroyed two squadrons We kindly to commercial enterprises shall have a navy belore long second Rumor credits him with the purpose of only to Englands Philadelphia Inquir- Â¬ retiring from active service at the end of er this war and living there after a life of luxurious ease If he carries out his in Â¬ When you call for DeWitta Witch tention he may be able to regain his 50 Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont or 00 pouuds of flesh which he has lost accept anything else Dont be talked in Cuba Chicago Post iuto accepting a substitute for pile for sores for bums Short Haynes Truth wears well People have learn Â¬ ed that DeWitta Little Early Risers are The Revised Version reliable little pills for regulating tie A little girt in a Chicago church has bowels curing constipation and sick made a valuable contribution to the now headache Thoy dont gripe 8hort She told her mamma woman literature Haynes Dod He the story of Adam and Eve made Adam and He put Him in a rdg First Bank Run garden an Adam he was so so lone Â¬ The first run on banking Institutions some an then He putlea him to sleep In London was In 1007 Many Lombard He did n limn He took out his brans slrret goldsmiths and baukera had lent and made a woman of the brains V nut tho money intrusted to thmi and turn Adam he wasnt lonesome no Exchange being called upon for payment wern un more ablo to meet the demand A crowd of Made a Now Han of Hid cn ditora and others assembled and a riot followed In which four bankers were Bhvan Ohio Jan 13 1897 hanged at their own doors before order I had been Buffering Gentlemen could be restored and the angry creditors from Indigestion Had a poor appetite persuaded that they were not being aud could not eat anything containing swindled worn out grwue aud had constantly fueling After twtog three BOa bottles of A Btubborn cough or tickling la the Dr CldwWViSyni Pepela I am now Mtytkiag my appetite craves throat yields to OaMitutte Cough Cure able to the right aud can My It bakwade a new man of Harmlew in trivet O Ci Martin Ut la wnUJ am Km Hfiot reliable awl It iwta at owe Louisville and Evansville B G RAGON F M TUITION 2 00 to 800 PER TERM Board From 200 per week Address all communications to Kjan Muttr W A BUhop Porter J W46 H B LOGAN moo Â¬ TARASCON D L Penny Muter L T Conner Parser LOGAN COLLEGE KY TELL CITY R II BalUrd Matter W B Newboll ped One of the Best Buildings in the State Well Faculty from the great schools of this country and uropo Pnrier RUSSELVILLE A G MURPHY President P D STAGGS Dally exeept Fatnrday between Loulirllte and Hew Auinterdam Freight iblpped by this line dellrered qulok er than by rail Trarelert will And the iteameri are nniur pasted In equipment and aeoommodattont The best culinary are employed aa oooki and he menu U equal to that of tho beat hotels General uOoes 176 and 178 4th Arenue LoulsTllle D L PENNY WW Fifteen miles from Louisville 450 feet higher Handsome bulldlnp all modern conveniences I leal location Keflned home and surroundings Strong faculty from leading universities and conservatories Rates very moderate Write and ask Twenty sixth year begins Monday September 12 RKV T S McOALL rresidont KENTUCKY COLLEGE For YOUNG LADIES PEEWEE VALLEY KY BITE Pres Supt O V WIIXIAHB TPA Owensboro Kv PROPOSALS FOR BIDS InÂ¬ - J HLHunsche An Opportunity For The TAILOR vestors Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with I am roatly to eli urea recolvo bids on 10 I am roady to recolvo bids on tho of Ureokcnridgo Hunk stock 100 entiro stock of dry goods groceries and also a loase on tho storo Casper May Largest Banquet Co par valuation od belonging to cto OANNELTON IND tho efitnto of Robert Tolrin deceas building of tho firm of Tobin Â¬ and will keep this oiler open GrovoB bids to bo closod Septem lat whon all bida ber lBt purchasers Bfrart Jt tntia fc et The greatest banquet in history took until Septembor place August 18 IRS when the 40000 Mayors of Franco wt at a table In the oloeo ralacede Hndustrie in rsris There C were thre relays o about 18000 guest each Will givo llboral twins to II HYDE Q K GROYES Surviving Partner Tobirwjc4rt Ind Administrator of Will Annexed Maywgn dntfjdtat On MlHtoU Ceugh Cur fht t curMTohin snort Ind H H WM SM4f yyMjwiWWHtiWiliaWr Tm Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1898 33RJ9LOKBtSRIlDC3SL NKiSTS IxeKrw OrvOVElRFORT KIT b YfcLLOW LAKE Miss Alma Hicks Is visiting friends in E Louisville Mr Clias Jarboe seems very much im- Â¬ proved In health at this time ROME IND Miss Ella May Glasscock waa tho guest of MIm Sue Rhodes last Sunday Boat are kept busy taklna wheat from Dr R H McMullin is having a nice this place 6r who lias been terr low office erected near his dwelling Jas Caey Mr Bob Parsons has begun erecting is slowly improving uncle his new rcsidenco near McDaniels Mias Bell McCann is visiting her Miss Hannah Smith is spending the near La Grange Ky Mrs Tom Woos left for Louisvillo Wed Â¬ summer with her sister J II Groves ley nesday on business Miss Lula Rhodes paid a flying visit at Virgil Wheeler of Vencennes Ind is Mr Ely Mattlnglya last Wednesday visiting relatives at this place evening MIbb Grace Allen oi Louisville is Miss Nora Galloway is enduring a long here visiting friends and relatives spell of typhoid fever She is slowly ImCheer sad Why dpes Albert look so proving up old boy thoro will come a time Miss Helen Hicks of Hardin county Miss Grace Allen spent Saturday with is spending some weeks at her uncles Mies Annie Dhonane of Dhonane Val- Â¬ Mr Dan Hicks ley Miss Neddie Hunter has been spend- Â¬ There will be church at the M E ing some time with her sister Mrs Eli Â¬ church Sunday All are invited to at Â¬ jah Bright of Ruth tend Mrs Cicero Cummings of Bay City Miss Mary Hall acconpanied by Miss Texas Is spending several days with her Carrie Dhonane visited Mrs Port Hall sister Mrs Iva McMulllin Saturday Mrs Robt Lewis and two bright little One of our old resident is back Jhome to see Mrs Geo children of Cloverport are visiting the on a visit We are ilad family of Mr Willis Dockery Jacob looking so well Miss Minnie Thompson of Grayson Saturday We lost out on our game county returned home last Saturday ac- Â¬ boys do not be discouraged but cheer up companied by her sister Mrs Mollle v0 will Dewey them Pool Andy Lastea Is interested in war novs Miss Mary Mattiugly will begin her Were it possible for Andy to be among echool next Sunday in her home district the Cubans he would be happy where she taught last year with Bplendid The farmers are all doing well in re Â¬ success gard to the wheat and many faces were Mr Jim Rhodos 1b building an addi- Â¬ made bright by the rain Monday tion to his dwelling house which prom The Eastern Star had quite a large ises to be a very convenient improve- Â¬ crowd Saturday and we hope that the at- Â¬ ment tendance will be better In time to come Mr Stanford wife and family of Har Trof A E Williams who has been at Â¬ din county relations of Dr J II Hart tending law school in Tenneesee Is spent several days at his pleasant home home We are all glad to have Alley last week with us again Thousands of bushels of wheat is beine Kaymond Ackerman one of our lead threshed in this neighborhood this week now 1b at home ing ball players No farmer having scarcely lees than 300 Raymond is a Dne boy and we hope to and 500 bushels many see him in tho State League before Mrs Albina Cannon of Henderson months City is spending the summer months Trof J D Groves has accepted a with friends and relations in Grayson and position as instructor of Mathematics and Breckenridge counties and Physical culture at the Vencennes Mias May Wilkerson a pretty little High School His brother Sidney It Miss of Falls of Rough has been spend Â¬ will attend the high school ing several weeks with her cousins Hat tie and Luetta Fuller Dangerous Drinking Water Mr John Rhodes and daughters Julia It Death lurks in impure Water epidemic form and Lula had a pleasant trip In Grayson breeds diseases often in last Sunday and Monday stopping at Mr The first symptom Is looseness of the diseases are checked by Tom Rhodes and Grayson Springs bowels These Messrs Joe and Sam Parsons and Jim taking Foleyu Colic Cure ARFisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Spencer are our most successful water- Â¬ Haynes Patesville E melon growers They are keeping both port Gordon stores supplied with them all the time A Witt Hardinsburg Our boys and young men are amusing CLIFTON MILLS themselves during spare time playing some very interesting games of base ball William Meyer went to see his best on the Bpacious grounds of Mr Ken Rhodes girl It appears that the war will soon end Haddock is quite sick at this Forrest How sweet to think blessed peace may writing soon cast her serene halo over nations Little Miss Anna Parks is visiting at again that bloody conn icta and distress Stephensport will terminate The flouring mill is quite busy now Mr Bob Rhodes went to Hardinsburg and doing first class work last Monday by way of Kirk and was Charles Radenhelmer is having the pleasantly entertained over night at the road put in a line condition home of Marcus and Lorena Mattiugly Ernest Beauchamp and Bud Jordan of that place attended the G us ton picnic Misa Lena Mattingly has been suffer Mr and Mrs Sash Jordan spent the ing for several weeks with an abcess on da with Mr Tim Jordan Sunday her side caused from a broken rib a Mrs Harman Parks was the guest of hurt Bhe received in the spring by fall- Â¬ ing from a fence her sister Mrs Austin Parks Sunday Misa Mary Bandy of Irvington is the Mr Jack Wilkerson of Grayson counguest of Mleses Lola and Alma OrendofT ty waa visiting at Mr Tom Woosleys Think there is considerable Misses Mary and Lottie Radenhelmer last week were the guests of Miss Beulau More attraction in that Woodbine cottage1 for the young gentleman dock Old Mr Jlinmle Howard one of our Mrs B V Fitch who has been visit Â¬ ing relatives at Union Star returned most respected citizens died at his home Aug 1st with consumption His re- Â¬ home Sunday that mains were interred in the Howard Charles Radenhelmer report while on his way to Custer Saturday he burying ground near his home Mr Frank Rhodes went to Louisville Baw eight chicken hawks on one troeand he says it wasnt a good day for hawks last week to replenish his stock of goods Enrouta home he stopped at Irvington either and was pleasantly entertained at the home of his aunt Mrs Lum Rhodes You Haw Always Bought M Bears tht Misses Mary Mattiugly Julia and Lula Rhodes Messrs Thomas and Elza Moore Frank Rhodes and Tom Bradley attend- Â¬ ed the entertainment at Mr Sam Blands In Memory last Saturday evening and report a pleasMias Bettie Day daughter of Mr ant time James Day died in her thirtieth year Misa Lizzie Cooines of Kirk began her after suffering so long with that dreaded school at McDaniels last Monday with A kind angel good attendance disease consumption Misa Lizzie is a bright swept through the dark valley of death enterprising young lady and we hope her and bore away on ita loving pinions all success and that her stay in our midst that was mortal of sweet Bettie Day may be pleasant Her trials and sulleringa are all over Mr Huso Pool and wife took their lit- Â¬ now she is safely housed in a home made of pure gold there to dwell with all tle girl Lulu to Glendeane last Saturday Why to be examined by Dr Dempster who the ransomed hosts of God should we mourn for one so sweet so pronounced that her hip had been thrown out of iplace too long for her to well prepared for a home in heaven When we know she bore all her suffer- Â¬ bo treated with success ing with so much patience and has died The old P 0 Planters between Mc Â¬ to pay such a costly debt we should not Daniels and Kirk has been inouxi for her as one who died without at the home of Mr James Cannon hope for she was a true Christian girl and his daughter Misa Lucy la p in a wan a consistent member of the Chris nice little lady who will control the tian church for several years an obedient mail in good style with a ready willing child and a kind and loving sister She nesa to wait upon the people at all times always had a pleasant smile for every An Interpreting Druggist body Although gone from earth to heaven she will long be remembered by There are few men more wide awake all who knew her We will trust in the and enterprising than Short HayneB same God that Bettie trusted and when who spare no pains to secure the best of lifes Journey is over we will clasp hands everything in their line for their many with our loved ones and with that blessÂ¬ customers They now have the valuable ed Savior that has done bo much for us agency for Dr Kings New Discovery for and live forever and forever Consumption Coughs and Colds This is a wonderful remedy that la producing BcttU we are to sad without you Our beam are to hcjvy with g rlef such a furor all over the country by Ita Itut we will aik the Savior to help ui many startling cures It absolutely cures And He will give mrelieC Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all Victoria 8ai kb affections of the Throat Cheat and Lungs Call at above drug store and get You fnvitt disappointment when you a trial bottle 1free or a regular site for 60 Guaranteed to euro or experiment DeWltte Little Early Risers cenUand price refunded are plgaaant ewy thorough little pill They care cowtlpatlou and sick bead B CALDWELLS m1 JBt wire m you take thsm Miort A ilaytHW INDI0ESTION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nood dio of lockjaw if thoso directions nro properly A33JLi3D followed na soon na tho clinrootoristio symptoms npponrs Put hot wood ashos Trains leave Lonlvllle aa follows into water an hot as tho patient can bear SW BA O St LouisKAtLWAY Clnclnnatl and tl Corn Injured By Drought In and put tho injured member into it If and the West I tho part injured cannot bo put into tho No ao No 16 No 1J Lt Ioulll item water wot cloths in tho water and ap tjjam 0 tjam 2 6jfrA Breckenridge Ar Cincinnati 6 43am if jsanj At tho samo timo ply them qnlckly Ar Columbus ti 15am 5 55pm 11 ojpm 8 jpm Ar Pittsburg bntlio tho eplno from tho nook down 7 sjaas Ar Washington 650am li toarn Tobacco Not Being Injured by with cayenno popper and water or with Ar Ralilmor T Soara 3ofm Ar Philadelphia mustard nud vinegar any good laxntivo tot sain 40 pat Worms FRBB for a few months to all uteri of the Ar New York tsjonn iuifm stimulant It should bo aa hoc as tho Ar Boston celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Ire joopm 90jfmi patient can boar It Dont stop work Nrslrt No 16 has elegant Pnllman Bade iarlor Brand To Induce you to try thia brand of The State Agricultural Bureau officials until tho jaws relax and dont lono any Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room JUawe r sad dining cars Cincinnati to Wahington Baltimore starchso that you may find out for yenrsetf Bent out tho following report as to crop timo in getting to work when tho first Philadelphia and New York without chaoge that all claims for its superiority aaa econ conditions for August indications aro noted Train No iShasclrgant Pullman Parlor Ctr to omy are true the makers have had prepared Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining The corn crop aa a whole presents a cara Cincinnati to New York without change How to Make Toilet Water at great expense a aeriea of very satisfactory condition Portions of Train No so haa sleepers to Clnclnaatl open at g oclock to reoelre passengers A most agrceablo toilot water which the State embracing the entire counties has a ruost rcatorativo effect is composSt Leuli Sat lnifleM Mta M Wtat of Carroll Gallatin Trimble Kenton Ono No 16 ed of tho following ingredients No 44 Nfteo Campbell Grant and Bracken in tho holf ounco simplo tincturo of benzoin a 35am LrLoulTffla gtew gsjam Ar Sc Ij3ul 640pm ti3oon j team central section with portioua of tho ono ounco tincturo of camphor two Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 jjant counties of Muhlenberg Meado and ounces can do cologna Drop theso sev- Â¬ North Vernon accomodation Icarea at 7 ts a aa daily Breckenridge in the western and Pulaski erally and slowly into ono half pint of exact reproduction of the 10000 originals by Muvllle which will be given Charlestown accommodation Isares at J jo u In except Sunday and Laurel in the eartern section suffer Â¬ boiling water Put a wineglass of it you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below Trains Noa 16 eo and 44 hareelegantdayeeaetM the water before washing and n ta ed serious injury from drought which into Pnllman parlor and sleeping cars to St Lows These Plaques are 40 inches In circumference are free of any suggestion of TftAlNS AimiVK was not relieved until July 20 28 Much blospoonf ul into apint of f rosh water to No advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment finally From East 715 m isij noon 640 p as of the injury will be permanent and the rinso tho face manufacturing concera ever before gave away such valuable presents to its ys is s5an1 3 kb m crop of these counties will be short only ia From West 7 s am is if p m 64a p aa customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained How to Bke Calf Liver City Ticket office southeast corner Fowrfnaod percentage running aa low aa 10 in the manner specified The subjects are A pound and a half of calfs liver Main streets Depot Seventh and river Bracken 50 in Kenton and 53 in Camp Wash well and wipe dry Mako a stuff Â¬ American Pheasant American Wild Ducks For detail information regarding rates tli on connecting Imea sleeping parlor dining cars etc bell county ing of two cupfuls of bread crumbs a English Quail English Snipe address It S IIIIOWN In the western section in addition to cupful of butter a pinch of dried sago District Pass A Ticket Agent B O S W Rv The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each three slices rf salt pork and an onion 4th and Main LoulsvOlt Ky the injury from drouth in Breckenridge Plaque is bordered with a band of gold or J M CHESSBROUCH chopped fino Out two doop gashes in Muhlenberg and Meade counties a sec- Â¬ General Pasenger Aeent Cincinnati Ohio t i top of tho liver and put in this G n WAIIFBL Assistant tion composed of the counties of Todd General Passenger Agaat Clnclnaatl Ohio stuffing Tlo together with white twluo ELASTIC STARCH How Webster and Crittenden have suffered Sprinkle tho outside with a tablespoon from nu excess of moisture Some damage fnl of salt and a half tcaspoonful of pep has been the standard for a years All purchasers of three 10 cent or from chinch hug la also reported from thfl per Dredgo with flour and dot with bits six 5 cent packages of Entitle Starch TWENTY TWO MILLION Flat Iron Brand are entitled to re No very low precentago of conof butter Put in n baking pan add a section celTsfrom their grocer one of these packages of this brand were sold beautiful dene Pteqnes free The dition is reported from the western cupful of hot water and bako in a covered plaques will not be tent by mall last year Thats how good it is pan in n moderately hot ovon an hour Bection They can be obtained only from rout milli Hendtrson St Loafs Rj Co grocer ASK YOUR DEALER The condition for tho State averages and a half or two hours if tho oven is Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch slow Baste often and servo with brown to show you the plaques and tell 07 which ia an Improvement of one point gravy Do not delay Thia offer you about Elastic Starch Accept Time Card la Effect June 20 97 during July On August 1st 1897 the is for aahort timo only How to Make Hot Salmon Salad no substitute condition waa 93 and on same date of East Bound No 4 No 44 No 4S A can of best salmon free from all 1890 the condition waa 85 Lv St Louis 766aro 855pra bones and pieces of skin Beat two Kvansville 650am 2 20pm 2 4eat TOBACCO 41 fresh eggs to a cream Put two table Henderson 715 Z4U 310 Spottsvillo Tobacco haa not fared well during spoonfuls of good sweet butter in tho 7S8 37 Owensboro 8 819 344 July The wide difference in the condi- Â¬ chafing dish Lot it got hot but not Ilawesvflle 4 40 917 flD SHOULII 460 Clovernort 6 45 603 610 tion of the early and late set tobacco waa scorch Pour tho eggs over tho salmon atep 1007 622 625 Irvlnzton 1045 accentuated during the month and it stir all togcthor and put in chafing dish 603 557 Brandenburg 1112 621 eggs aro cooked 617 Because it is placed here by the now appears that a very little of the late Keep stirring until tho Arr Louisville- 1235pm 745 730 setting can be counted upon to make Sorvo very hot on dish garnished with NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS lottnco leaves No 4l No 4j No 4j West Bound cither a good yield or a good quality of A WW for the benefit of the public that they may know Louisville 7S0am 4 60pm 8 23pm the article So pronounced are reports IIow to Prepare Kggs and Kidney where to go to get the beet dental work at the very Lv Brandenburg 851 9 3i 609 Irvington 915 643 962 on these points that it may be set down kidneys into thin lowest price Oat threo sheeps H emaeeeeeee TFFTH 9 51 Stephensport 1021 720 Dust with salt We extract teetb 25 cents without pain as assured that the anticipated large crop slicos then in strips Cloverport 1011 1036 739 rfTTHOUTPATES 10 35 Hawesvllle 1068 804 and pepper and fry in a littlo butter or will not be realized w Owensboro 1135 Make a good set 01 artmciai iccm tor 9ffl 1148 Whon browned fresh beef drippings 1217pm 9 47 Spottsvllle 1223am The increase in acreage which was 75 gold and platinum alloy Teeth filled with 12 40 Henderson koop hot Into 1010 1245 estimated at 23 per cent compared with sot asidowhoro thoy will Evansvllle 1040 115 50 115 saucopon break six eggs beat Teeth filled with amalgam shallow ArrSt Louis 732 720 the acreage of 1S97 would give scarcely a 100 Teeth filled with pure gold just enough to mix Add two tablo and up a normal acreage since the acreage of spoonfuls of butter cut into bits ono All trains run through Solid to Byansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman aleepers on all 1897 was abnormally small In the fourth tcaspoonful of whito pepper ono A guarantee given with every filling We have been established In Louisville trains between St Louis Kvansville and Louis for over ten 41 and 42 connect at Irvlnetou for central of Hurley district th increase tablespoonfnl of flnoly chopped parsley years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the vllle Numbers liardinsburg Fordsville and daily except Snnday Stir New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth waa notably small 9 per cent ltio and four tablespoonfula of cream Louisville Ky ii c mordue a o p a Â¬ Louisville Ky largest increase 10 per cent being re- Â¬ over tho fire until nearly sot Add kidMake no mistake but get in the right place U43 Our system of making gold crown nnd bridge work or teeth without plates is the best known to the profession ported from the eastern section where neys Turn on hot platter Garnish People from abroad can come in the raorningand wear their new teeth home same Oay but a small proportion of tho crop Is with toast points St L Fordsville Branch Li Hi grown greatly strengthens this view of How to Slake Gooseberry Catchup the case dm Tako half as much sugar as fruit and TIME TABLE Ns 10 iiiMiiawaswBaiaswWM - The most centr llu locattd RATES The crop shows an average condition half aa much vinegar ns sugar add allS M CR fJAY Hotel In truclty TAKING EFFECT MAY JO 1897 of 83 for the State which Is a falling off spice cinnamon and cloves boll until West Bound Trains East BoundTraln thick can and seal As tastes differ it of 9 points during July On August 1st 1897 tho condition was 01 and for a may bo well for thoso who liko things Dally Dally Dally Dally swoct to add more sugar ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS exSttn exSur corresponding date of 1890 it was 87 No 2 No No6 Nol In the western section of the State tho Clever 1060am Lv Irvlnarton Ar 9o0aa 11 29 crop has suffered from drouth in a few Garfield 8 00 Mrs Petter Did yon see that Dixon il 40 Harned 7 42 counties and from excess of moisture in seized that rocking chair and was into 11 47 Junction 7 87 1165 Hardlnsburt 727 others with the result that the condition it beforo his wifo had a chanco to reach 12 10pm 7 17 Junction 12 25 has fallen from 93 July 1st to 80 it And on his wedding trip too Kirk 70S 1235 Jolly Mr Potter Thats just it Theres 6M August 1st Glepdeane 1265 6 30 whero Dixon is smart Nobody will sus Dempster 105 620 In tho central section dry weather is pect that ho is on his wedding tour JOHNSON 120 arFallsRoughlv 606 MANAOCR 1 45 the principal source of evil Little or no dont you boo And besides ho gets tho Dempster 6 44 165 Rockvale 6 36 complaint is made of worms A few chair Boston Transcript 205 Ruth 6X0 215 Asklns 6 26 counties report a high average condition 230 Oaks 610 notably Bourbon 120 Scott 110 and Great occasions do not make heroes Mitchell 3 45nm Ar Fordsville Lv 6 00am Fleming 105 but a report above a con- or cowards thoy simply unveil them to dition of 80 ia an exception rather than tho eyes of men Silontly and impercepthe rule The condition for this section tibly as wo wako or Bleep wo grow and iWasMsMsllllasMsay JWTli HialB wax strong wo grow and wax weak W S MILLER Jr Mgr Louisville HendersonSt Louis RyCo averages 75 Oa July 1st the condition and at last some crisis shows us what forithe Bection was8i wo hnvo become Canon Westcott KENTUCKY How to Care It la said that no person CROPS A Beautiful oji w TIJEBl T Ry Â¬ Present Â¬ Â¬ GAME PLAQUES V Â¬ Â¬ To Got Thorn Â¬ Henderson Route THIS WTEBEST BTB0DT UHVf II I If I jmmmW St 542 h Â¬ Â¬ Jouisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ WILLARD HOTEL 3STO SAFE COSMETICS out lolsonons Drug Arsonio is a very deadly poison Its application to tho skin ia injurious to tho skin itself and through nbsorption mischiovons results may occur in im- Â¬ portant internal organs particularly tho kidneys Tho only really tafo cosmetics 1 aro thoHo which will impart health not alono to tho skin of tho face but to tho 1 wholo skin Beanty is n sign of health A thoroughly healthy skin is always beautiful unless temporarily defaced by oxpouuro to sun or wind Tho English trainers of pngilhts preparing for prizo flghts judgo of tho condition of their w charges by tho uppcaruueo of tho skin When a muns skin is as whito as a womans as tho trainer says ho ia held to bo in good condition Beauty is moro than skin doop A Btnto of tho body which results in a clear healthy activo skin will prodnco likowleo a good camploxion Tho only faoo beantillors which nro really absolutely enfo and sound in priuciplo aro thoso which minister to tho health of 1 tho body aa a whole and which secure puro blood vigorous muscles activo liver and kidueys and a thoroughly Bound stuto of the wholo body Among theso measures the most vain ablo are tho warm bath taken two or threo timeH n week followed by a cold ehower bath and tho cold morning Epougo buth supplemented by a puro dietary and abundance of out of door exerol6e Hot and cold applications ap Â¬ plied to tho face ulouo will produce temporary improvement In nppcaruuco but tho old blotehes pimples and other disfigurements will soon reappear unless the body ns a wholo is purl fled It is for this tompowury effect that pereona who make n specialty of removing faolal Swttttor of the Unalridaed blomlshos mako such great use of steam Tht One Great Standard Authority ing tho faoo Tho application of cold Mo wriirilloni j lirewtr JuiUwli H nuprtuie Court water followed by vigorous rubbing is Htaudard highly beneficial to tho comploxion of Hie U 8 lovt rrlnUnc Itoduess of tho noso may often be re U timir me u n Male Hu n Court all tna nuprviu tn irviiuioiirUanilofitearlieved by n hot spray applied for sonio an ut omooiuoou littlo timo Pimples on tho faoo aro Wunnlv generally due to disordered digostlon Ll Commended KUt and disappear speedily when the tongue br IKliooliHuptrlntarulenui i f olbitv lrrsi becomes clean and the digostlon normal luUaiilotiMrrLiumtors anuusi witnout number Selected Using Rates200 and 250 Â¬ 4 Ifuw to Secure Good Complexion With- I V G Babbage Will Act as WUU1I 1 If jMMhCKCwa fc KXsffc lsssHasasasaHsaW iJslaMLaisHT TIME SCHEDULE Taking- At 530 Effect Best House in Louisville sVBBH0jppBiilJilP oekkUIuU- 41 Kr0 Mall 42 1897 rTesI Bound Traimt Administrator Guardian TheGiyH0P -- rE Hs52rrrlefe V ol yf 74skYlIsal a SaitBoimd Tram A 44 Its Worth Printing 43 Bxpra liipr Dally 4E0nm 5 40 6 48 Mall A 8TATTONS Dally 7 30am the Wil 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bands orchc tras vocalists or Instru- Â¬ mental Bololsts There li SowriltheBHECKENItinGK NEWS and every Democrat eery Republican every man woman or child who can read will want to read It COURIKU JOURNAL a Democratic piper ol six or elKht paifes Iskued WeJnrsday and Saturday of tach week The Wcdneiday Issue prints all the clean new and the Saturday luue prints storiei Miscellany Ioetry all matters of special Interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Watterson l THETWICEAWKEK All Legal Matters I Given Prompt GrapktyHfties i Attention MannfaUturtxl under Oi ptnta of ell Tain ter Edison and 31 actional J Our MUblUlimnt U I tend quarter oftlm world for Talking Uacbtnuautl talking AJachlue SuppUea Write for catalogu are sein fer ieaunpd Price 50c a Year You get 104 9 21 663 600 609 618 626 933 651 669 707 712 720 724 727 739 743 764 804 812 818 827 833 842 863 905 916 829 835 8 42 8 61 a Mi 907 915 923 9 31 Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Hkron Guston Irvington Webster 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tl - Plor Cars between Louis ferson direct lint w IborS nd ror Von call on or address Agents or H C MORDUK A O P A Louisville Ky Ik 0 lfin r k1 Â¬ Twice-a-WeeSteamboat Agents Â¬ Courier Journal And The OMAHA EXPOSITION Airrti Company June 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except WorldH Fair ever plaimod in tho United State Located within cheap and quick ftooess of the entire Missouri mi MiseiMipi Valleya at jour own Through tickets beyond Omah allow stop Â¬ overs Reduced exwwion rates to Omaha UurlingUw Take Ui Henestead Fertilizer and Oil Company Standard Dealers la Bimii m ii Both one Year How to Servo Calves Hredns on Tout Wash and boll a pair of calves brains When cooled throw thorn into cold water to blanch them Drain and chop fino Arid to them a tablespoonfnl of SDR PEPSIN II minced ham or tongue and four table spoonfuls of cream or aa roach milk to which has boon added a tablwtpoonful of molted butter Pepper and salt to taste Make tho urixturo very hot Hoat It on square of hot buttered toaat and prlaklo over ttte top fin bread arsiub fried to a wip golden brown ia a Httk lCSicimeit wjci ten on application GMCerrlHiHCeIubllaaerai Hprluif fleld Mass I In llia tJonHboU and to n MMUiurr suioiar pr inwioual uiau and Ml ril lira tor Invaluable Doom Bash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor to Do net be Ui buylM anaH aHd i A Webster IMcitoiiarlas auMwitk i litlmiwhU of WUtrra lnUrnlnl IHrtton arr tu llio various alsra war TMnits wrt on i uq iruut vuvr uowmn b ni CAUTION Ulrd ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shlnglos Salt Llmo Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc EttrSMtM Faimlsrhed for BnIMIsh asa Barillas Material For Only 125 dxrt SOOHHKO0K 000lOOi Spn ALDWCLLS ubT00 RoutA the eld to and throng and aitaTtliafced line OmsUm in any di OOHTlrATION N rection BRECKENRIDGE HEWS rst - THB BRHOKENRIDGH NEWS rFOR WORMS A LESSON and other bowel com- Â¬ plaints to which chil- Â¬ dren are liable there is no medicine equal to PERSONAL MENTION 118 Honnin of Hawcsvilto was in tho city Monday Geo Jolty of Jollys Station was in thi city Saturday Bin rl TV 11 Uurtoit was in the city Saturday on business W II Bowiuor went to Owensboro Monday on buslnfRs was a 03UOVHIRPOKLT KY IN POLITICS Shackleford Long in Promises Short in Fulfillment SISKWV MOTHERS Boys and Girls Como to us for Slatep If VI Remember if you are dissatisfied with the size of piece or with the quality of the AYERS PILLS Mrs A CASEY 8RECKENRIDGE PJgott Ark Promised dus Rlclmrdsona Job to WJ Oran Jrol Glendeaup Three Others visitor to the city Friday HOW HE RESTORED HARMONY When you send your boy or girl to school in pursuit of knowledge seo to ft that they aro dressed for tho occasion Wo have in stock a BoyH School Waist that is almost as durable as boilor plato It will wear well and stand tough Wo have Suits for tho hoys that woro built for rough usage and tumble wear tho kind that will savo you money to invest in NEWS 17 1898 4 WEDNESDAY AUGUST Local Brevities Glover creek Is banks full 4c for 10c fans The Fair J J J Dove shooting is the rage now Tar Springs grow in popularity Watermelons continue plentiful Sellz shoes are the best The Fair School will commence August Sft 5c for ladles fast black hose The Fair Walter Koidel of Iloltas has typhoid fever 75c for tan oxfords worth 125 The Fair The boys have a slight attack of base ball fever 760 mens all wool suit worth 1250 The Fair The county roads are in excellent shape for fall travel Dont forget Short k Haynes when you want school supplies Nicest line of school tablets ever shown in town Short Haynes Two daughters of Peter Smith of fc Hitos Run are quite ill Full quire linnn finish box paper and envelopes only 10c Short Haynes Talk about u good thing I Just look at the bargain counter at Sulzers It is reported that there are bixtoen cases of typhoid fever at Jollys Station See our leader in box paper it will surprise you only 10c Short Haynes Homer Lamb who lives near the Har dlnBburg plxe is conllned to his homo by Illness Samuel Gregson who operates a small distillery at Powors has gone into bank Â¬ ruptcy lOo secures a nice 20i fan The Fair Smith English has accepted a position at the shops He is working at the tin Â¬ ners bench Smith Waggoner who lives in the Hitea Kun neighborhood is reported to be quite sick 3Jc lawns former price 5c The Fair There is talk of introducing a curfew ordinance at a meeting of the city coun- Â¬ cil in the near future Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist church Sunday night by the Presiding Elder Virgil Elgin War prices dont go when it comes to lawns and organdies Cut prices are the rule on those cooda at Sulzers The 10 per cent oil boys clothing 53 It seems that it took threo deals to se- Â¬ cure the nomination last year for Shack Â¬ leford for Clerk of the Court of Arpeae Ford thought he had a cinch Richard sou thought he was prudestincd to bo second and no one understood why Mr It L Green who hud the backing of Mr Goebel so soon quieted down say ing nothing about nobody Rut the little joker turns up in the hands of Mr Green He gets the first place and is perfectly satisfied Richard Â¬ son gets the second place and is dissatis Â¬ fied Ford gets left and jumps the game and the Great Ross Goebel who la direct Â¬ ing tho destiny of the party through all the distribution tf patronage murmurs bless you my children you may do as much for me next year Mr Shucklefords frionds admit the promises made to Ford and to Richard Â¬ son but say he was forced by the atti tude of the Judges vho knew Mr Greens fitness to appoint Greuu chief clerk The law leavea the fixing of the salar Â¬ ies of the chief and assistant deputies to the Judges of the Court of Appeals The chief deputy shall receive 2500 that the first assistant ahull receive 2000 and that th second assistant shall re ceive 1500 Mr Shackleford has de- Â¬ cided that the two assistant deputies shall pool their ealaries and divide the amount equally making 1750 for each Mr King Ford refused to accept any Â¬ thing but the chief deputyship as pledg Â¬ ed to him in writing to he relinquished his appointment In favor of his towns-Â¬ man Capt Havens saying that he could 1750 out of his make more than present business The appointments will therefore stand as follows Chief clerk Rjbert L Green Frauk- fort Assaistaut Clerk Gus Ricbardion of Meade Assslstant Clerk Capt W T Havens of Mt Sterling Mr Shackle- Â¬ ford and his deputies take office Septem- Â¬ ber 5 Â¬ Mrs T V Joiner spent Wednesday at Addison the gueAt of friends Mr and Mrs J VY lleston and family spent Sunday at llardlnsburg of Hardin JudgoN C McMercer burg spent Sunday in the city Morgan Laweon of Louisville is in tho city the gurst of relatives Newsoin Gurdnei of Union Star spent Saturday with friends in the city Alfred lltslou of llardlnsburg was the guest of frhnds in the rlty Sunday Marvin S Beard one of Hardlnsburgs most promising young men visited this city Sunday Messrs Ed Kelley and Will Overby and Miss Lucile Sterrett were visitors in the city Tuesday Mrs W II Downier returned home Thursday from a vMt with relatives at Powers and Ilawesvllltt chewing tobacco you are now using f lots Inks Satchels Sponges Pencils Tab Lunch Baskets and J PLUG get your moneys worth The JO cent piece of Battle Ax is larger than the JO cent piece of any other brand of the same high quality and is the largest piece of really good chewing tobacco that is sold for II BOYS IFF 3EZS-Z3--At recess you want a Cap or a Hat that will not tear when another boy grabs it in play You will also want Bats Balls Marbles and Tops as well as candy When you do bring your quarters dimes and nickels i 1 and you Deafness Cannot be Cired by local applications us they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There is ouly one way to cure Deafness Fair Tho regular sales on the Louisville tobacco market began yesterday after noon after a two weeks vacation Theres plenty of summer yet to be enjoyed but despite this fact summer goods are sold for almost a song at Sul Â¬ zers George Graham who was so viciously stabbed by Aleck Hall eight or ten days tigs has so far recovered that he is able to be out A religious revival seems sweeplrg over the county and numerous - camp meetings and protracted services are be Â¬ ing held Mr Kobert Pate of Third Regiment Company H returned home Sunday from Ohickamauga to see his parents and friends Aint vthat scrumptuoU8l exclaimed the small boy alter ho hod drank Cherry Phosphate the delightful refreshing kind sold at Sulzers Nat Rice of Tar Fork came to the city Monday He said the farmers were ex- Â¬ ceedingly Jubilant over their prospects and the crops far exceed any previous years 35c buys a 50c straw hat The Fair Lost opportunities and spilled milk are will bo a source of sorrow to you if you dont take advantage of the bargains tillered ou kdlW Misses and childrens oxfords at sot worth crying about but it and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in- Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars Jor any cose of Deafness caused by catarrh Miss Josie Raitt has returned home that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh after a very pleasant vacation spent at Care Send for circulars free F J CHENEY t a Toledo O Louisville and other points She seems vastly improved in health and appear- Â¬ Sold by Druggists 75o ance WILL CLASP HANDS Miss Delia Batt typo of this office who has been at Canuelton for two weeks Re union of the Ex Federal and Conwith her mother Mrs Statlra Ratt has federate Soldiers at New returned looking much improved after her vacation Haven Mr T W Geer arrived Suuday night The Ninth Annual Re union of the from Carlinville Ills He returned that Ex Federal and Confederate Soldiers of night accompanied by his wife Mrs T the 2nd District of Kentucky will take W Geer who has been a visitor to her place at New Haven Nelson county on sister Mrs W G Smart August 23 and 21 Every effort will be Mr Edgar Liver and sister Miss made by the people to entertain the Alliene of West Point who have been veterans in a manner that will bo pleas- Â¬ the guests of Mrs M E Rrashear re ing to all The railroads have made a turned home Monday evening Miss rate of one fare for the round trip Every Nannie Rrashear accompanied them indication points to a large attendance home W S Rowmer alter an absence of S0NQ SERVICE one year returned home last week Ho And Religious Exercises at Tar Springs is now located at New York and is associated with one of the largest insur- Â¬ Sunday ance concerns in that city He is much About forty health seekers enjoyed pleased with that metropolis and says Sunday at Tar Springs During the day the east is the ouly place for a young they attended open air religious cere- Â¬ man E II Zlrckel and family left Thursday monies and a song service conducted by Rev Richards Many of thoai present for New Haven VY Va to be absent one were from Oloverport and Hardinsburp month While there they will visit Mrs A feature of the days pleasures was a Zirckels parents Mr Zlrckel whose health has beon fulling for the post year free phonographic conceit i will spend the greater portion of his eceesea time at the West Virginia mountains 4AJi His friends hope the change will restore ME persons sav his health Â¬ Â¬ A Mr and Mrs Frank Yates of Derby Ind spent Sunday tho guest of Mr and Mrs John Weisonberg C P Tippett prominent in Louisville Masonic circles was in the ctty a few days this week ou btiBinrss Mrs J A Barry and her niece Miss Ethel Benhaui were guests of Mrs L D Addison of Addison last week Mrs George Boyd and children of St Louis Mo are in the city Thoy are visiting Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd Lowie Finch of Evergreen Ala who has been the guest of Mr aud Mib R N Hudson returned home Saturday Ren S Clarkson Jr of Rig Spring arrived in the city Suuday night He was registered at the Heyser House Mrs Edward A Kisaam went to Union Star Monday to be at the bedside of her father who Is quiet low witli lung trouble Ferd Owen one of the most popular farmers in the county came over from Kirk and was a visitor in the city Fri Â¬ day Miss Elizabeth Skillman was a passenger to Louisville Monday Sho will be Miss Eflie Postens guest while in the metropolis Mrs John Rirk aud children arrived Monday from Addisou They will be the guests of her patent Mr and Mrs W II Rowmer William Downs and Si Miller two prominent citizens of Kirk were in the city Saturday on their way home from the Ellendale Fair Mies Lula Harrington of Heston Willis Co is spending her vacation in Mnldraugh with her parents Mr and Mrs Silas Harrington Miss Lida Carlton of Rosetta passed through the city the other day on her way to Owensboro where she is visiting her aunt Mrs Rice Pennington Â¬ Â¬ WHERE THEY WILL BUY THE MOST JO cents Remember the name you buy again GREAT FISHING SULZERS siSWWVfW 4 No Enjoyed by an Outing Party From Union Star Union Stah Ky The last and by far the best fishing of the season was had on last Thursday Aug 3rd at the favorite Falls of Sinking The following party Misses Mattie Milner Henrietta Haynes Blanche Severs Mary Richardson Eva Cashman Hurley Severs Katy Haynes Daisy Hall Bessie Reard Sara E Rich- Â¬ ardson Alta Crosson Nell and Maliesa Cashman Messrs Pope Milner A R Caslunao W F Cnoppell Everett Fry mire Lonnie Hall It C Richardson June Dan and Abe Haynes enjoyed the outing Dr and Mrs Will L Milner chaperon ed by Mrs D 8 Richardson left homo at an early hour iquipptd for a fine day After a forenoon spent in fishing row ing and reading dinner was served in quite a charming manner by Misses Hurley Severs Mattie Milner Evn S Cashman Henrietta Haynes and Mrs Will L Milner who acted as hostesses to the the rest of the party who attested their appreciation by a hearty meal and many complimentary speeches In the afternoon we were joined by a number from Roberts Bottom and Union Star Miss Etta English Messrs Harvey and Everett English Rev Will English Mrs J J Severs and children Mrs Emery Crosson and Mr C M McGlothlan whom we baa the pleasure of entertain Â¬ ing to eupper Our meals were served in four courses the last two consisting of ices aud fruits of almost every descrip- Â¬ tion Our gallant young gentlemen pre- Â¬ pared a fire aud dressed the fish and eels caught and the ladies cooked them in true camp style Miss Bessie Reard came with her kodak prepared to take a number of views among them being tho scene at noon with twenty five seated around the table She also brought several bathing suits and some of tho ladles enjoyed a delightful bath in the Altogether it was a charming day pool all too soon over and at 0 oclock p m wo returned home in jolly good humor and with satisfied countenances and happy hearts We wIbIi Carlt would come home oftener and stay longer He brings fun with him and has an air of merriment ever in his wake In Rememberance Pain No Dread I had twelve teeth extracted sitting at tho 15G at ono LORS The relief messenger has borne the aged mother to lior rest at last after a least pain J I lingering illness of weeks and months J She was 84 years and 28 days old She feared not death longed for the last a I Ml hour For her faithfulness God gave her a ripe old ago Gathered around her bedside washer loved ones including herself making four generations which is rarely wit Â¬ nessed in this life Mrf Perrigos husband died leaving her with twelve children through hard struggling she reared them all and was firm and faithful in her mother love to the last Eight of her children survive her Her heart thrilled to hear the voices of her children around her once Skillfully fiicil to the root more as each drew near she whispered or body oT a tooth will last price far their names giving each a parting kiss a lifetime Our carat gold the bt work 31 leaving a record ot her undying love While she saw dimly from afar the promised land when she could no longer see closed her eyes and murmured Other dentists charge you peace peace from 5 to f 10 The angel of peace bore herBpirit away She was a true and faithful niombor of the Baptist churcli for years Among the crowd that loved and cherished her was one unmarried daughter who attended her with heroic devotedness and now while weeping over her loss thanks God who gave her strength through all her grief to bear her part In the dark bosom of tho earth they have laid their loved mother Tho grave was a place of beauty with the many fragrant wreaths and lovely Ibwers presented by many sympathizing friends W B KIDD Proprietor of Mrs Perrlgo BUFFALO DENTAL East Market Street PAR Â¬ witkeut tho II I MISS BESSIE THOMPSON 803 Franklin Street VITALIZED AIR GAS COCAINE FOR PAINLESS OPERATIONS A CROWN OF GOLD Bridgework or te eth without plates 400 4 a Tooth Other lUntisW chares yew from S to f to for this vork BRANCH OFFICE Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky 45 East Louisville Ky Buffalo Dental Parlors Market Street HIGH August Bucklens Arnloa Salve Tub Rest Salvk In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chopped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 centa per box For sale by Short Haynes BIG SUMMER RISE CLOVERPORT Opens Monday - SCHOOL I 1898 FALL TERM 29th TERMS Sulzers Prof T 8 McCall of the Kentucky College Fewee Valley was In the city Meeday evening In conversation with reporter he said that the prospect the eomlog session were of a very flitter log nature 12Jc for regular 50c organdies The t ir H 0 dition But losing flesh is losing ground Can you afford to approach another win- Â¬ ter In this weakened con- Â¬ Coughs and coldsweak throats and lungs come quickest to those who are thin in flesh to those eas- Â¬ ily chilled to those who have poor circulation and feeble digestion durlnr it is natural for them to lose flesh summer Ym Mrs SueM Watklas Dead that the stocking 4Mld never be made that would stand Fair It wd to be e said ik reugti wear given by school boys girls Since the triple knee leather Meckisits came on the market people take that all back and they are grateful to Stilzirsfor ulvluuthe nubile a good Uiteg J2or matting rAYINf worth 20a THE F0OLER The Fair of cod liver oil with hypo phosphites Emulsion Scotts Mis Sue M Watklns the mother of Dr S S WatkiuB of this city died at her home at Owensboro Tut sday of last week She was stricken with paralysis tho Sunday evening preceding her death aud never regained consciousness Mrs Watklns leaves the following children Dr S S Watklns of this city Morton Watklns of New York World Miss Lucy Watklns and Mrs W II Hay of lhlrfloMIII Mis 11 0 Watklns and Miss Maiia Watklns of Owensboro were alto ler step children She was 07 years of age at the time of her death Mrs Watklns was a woman of many lovable traits of character and was a favorite with all who knew her PaHHcd Out Well L O Taul a prominent farmer llUng Primary Department 160 Per Month 175 River Doing Considerable Damage to Intermediate Department 2 00 Advanced Department Bottom Crops Academic Department 300 The river has isen twenty feet sinco Teachers Course 300 Thursday of last week and is now at high State Certificate 350 water stage It is the largest rise that Etate Diploma 400 has taken place since 1875 Tho greater Music Department 50 cents per lesson or 10 60 per quarter part of Flint island is submerged and an Good Board in the host ot homes may be had from 2 00 to 250 per week immense crop ot watermelous aud cab Â¬ bage ruined Crops in tho extreme low- Â¬ SEND FOR CATALOGUE Personal interest taken in all pupils lands and these planted on the river banks have Buffered greatly by the rise ADDRESS A FARM IN S E HANCOCK Principal and UusincasMumigcr Master ComralMloners Notice IUeckinridok Circuit Court SCahun Admr Ililntlffln Bqultv I Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure Tures That U what It wu ratde for Daviess County Ky C Ckvtrtwrt Htpt TtM to f ToxiUm m 4dUk Ttw Itar the Burden Olovfrport paying the war wpwwt t Um lU gkkriowi wyt of the fpit e iImn eity of toward tMr lreUrUl 4Pky oar pippW pa uMNMB Tbto Recount AwaamtMaUd bjr U 4fMt Baik Iim aoli ravaiM mmbim from July lt to hM 1mm fur xpaUiM erf 0 does just as mucn gooa in summer as in winter It makes flesh in August as well as April You certainly need as strong nerves in July as In January And your weak throat and lungs should be heated and strengthened without delay h BO WM t ChomUU Me Â¬ Mading fetagifwu tOOTT lMMtttii Torfc in the Tar Fork neighborhood made a plieuomenal crop of wheat on a small tract of ground under adverse conditions this year He sowed ten acres in the Six acres were drilled and fertil Â¬ cereal ized and the other four acres were sown broadcast on nnferHlml ground The lOacrea yielded him SHI bushek of iae wheat the beet that ha ever beea mhh in tlila vicinity Is the very best investment you coild make It is a plaiu business prop itlou you pay for a farm in Davit as county and you are on the sure road to prosperity Owensboro is the best market In Wit ern Kentucky for tobacco wheat corn and potatoes and the only market In the Statn for corn stalks which bring from 8 to 12 per acre delivered at the Cellu A GUARANTEED CURB lain Companys Factory FOR Wh can sell yoti a good far na all the way frou f 13 to 160 per acre aTd will Cscaine sell land anywhere In the county from 10 Opium Merphins to 25 pur cent cheaper than anyone else Habits and DrunldMiss Send for our 1m of Davleaa County Farms Kor full particular tildrt FOR SALE Genuine Missouri White Rye and Orchard Grass Seed at S IIichakdson ETC Dafrnilart All pcriont bavliiK clilml against ibl catata of K TCuihmip drcM rrqatttcii to produce tho prrpcrly proven to the undartiKneit Master Mm Com mist oner of Hteckeaiidc Circuit Court at hl office In lUrduuburf Ky on or bciore theioth I da of September l8 Gvs Dkown M C Matter J a ni WILLIAMS LITTLE ft STEVE P IIOLCOMBE fM Jfihfvm St LwmiHt Ky HOLT KY JFDUTSCHKE tfeWItt TIh PascKKNMUca CwlHJri NtlM Cikcuit CovaT Plaintiff ui Hquitt W lUaar Auiimee OWBNSBORO KENTUCKY Alt Corrwpoufluc Strictly CwMaoUaL Little Early RUrs hwm II UU JIU K U Ilmca Defendant All peraoni having clalmt agalait ta ettala ol R B Iirrce aligned are rqueitc4 to produce the lime properly proven to the uadertlefartl Matter Comwlwlonef of KrtcieaiUgc Circuit Court at hie la HanHmburg Ky on or be foro the loth iWy oi September IM Tble the aith day of July Gin HawK M C ok itt d 8 A suit ifc it mi THEl BROKINRIlDaSL NlSi8 OIUOYJXP0RiI HERES Â¬ jCaT r9F KY and circulating among friends Robt Is Mrs Washingtons daughters were all at HARDIN8BURG well pleased with his surroundings In home and such a jolly set mother and the west and does not care to live in daughters Mr Washington in still as Grain and Fertilizer much interested in free silver as ambas Gus Browji has purchased a bicycle Fos Hand and Arms Covered With Kentucky longer a yonng colleague of sador Cambon was for peace bntweon ua Thomas Tobln Mine Katie Eskridgo has purr baaed a Sornfulout Humors How a Cure the Kenyon College Hodgonvllle is nt and our enemy Well Thursday we bicycle litis it Stronger Hold Upon the t Was Effected home but will resume his studies sgain drove over to the district Sunday School Farmera Than Ever Miss Maggie Baker it visiting friends When Ave years old ray little boy had in September Thomas is oho of our Convention at Bewleyvlllo mid of which 1 he scrofuU on his face hands and arms It own boys and we hope for him a bright Golden Rod will tell you n Mro Idilor of in Hawesville Plggotls this paper went with us Like this One Cant was worst on his chin although tho sores future Misslsnnbolle Gardiner is visiting rel Â¬ Opportunities for dinner when wa realiz d our hostess on his checks and hands were very bad all the compliments she had atives In Louisville BRANDENBURG deserved Be Found Every Day It apjienrod In the form of red pimples ever received for contributing to the which would fester break open and run J T Ditto is hero for n stay of a few wants of hor guests physical and mental In Jeff and Roe Hook spent soveral days Louisville last week nnd then scab over Aftor disappearing days A drive over Lakeland Dr natures gvWsMiassHk Miss Alley Willis the Ruest ol Ella Its JuM Like Picking Up Gold Dollars In k Misa Allle Reid is visiting relatives in Footos farm wound up n delightful day thoy would break out Rgaln They caused I unite with the doctors neighbors in Robertson atGlendeaiie the Read Intense Itching and tho llttlo sufferer bad New Albany Godfrey Haswell and wife went to to bo watched continually to keep him Miss Daisy Mcfntlra will leave this declaring he hiis more than a touch of vitality and progressiveness His silo Stephensport lost Sunday from scratching tho sores Wo becatno week for a visit to Hardinsburg was an absolute wonder to think of its To My Fiuends and Customers My iV- - ABssKisssssrS Mrs James Lewis has returned from a greatly alarmed at his condition Zeno Hendrlck went to Louisville last uX4sL iv MW Ml capacity and the One results An im Â¬ wifes mother had had scrofula and tho visit to her daughter Mrs Jess Hern mense building is in course of erection Monday to sell his tobacco Haying fully decided to ro out only medicine which had helpd hor was don all under one roof for storage of food Never in the history of the county of business at this place and sook Mr Barney Worland is visiting his implements carriage wagons Ac His Hoods Sarsaparllla Wo decided to ffivo other fiolds of labor I will begin- Â¬ Â¬ daughter Mrs Rice Holcroft in lower cattle and hogs are beauties And yet was thero such a corn crop It to our boy and wo noted on improve ning today offer my entire stock Frank Dellavena son still continues we hear poople say theres nothing to ment in his caso very soon After giving Meade of general merchandise consisting Will Grinnell after five weeks of con Â¬ do on a farm and it Is dull It is as much very low with typhoid fever him four bottles of Hoods Baraparllla Â¬ Mies Blancho Arment of Louisville of 250u worth of lirst class goods been drlvon out of his finement to the house is out fresh as a to be a born farmer as for Schley or De the humor had all daisy wey or Sampson to have a harmonious Is the guest of Miss Lula Vessels When I Bay cost I mean at cost blood and it has never slnco returned lady is mingling of mental capacity and fighting Miss Waller a pleasant William Bartz 416 South Williams St upending sometime with young Blanche ability and the day is right hero when Joe Ditto who has been visiting at cost and this is no closinc out sale Mrs to make room for more now stuff South Bend Indiana it is farmers to tho front or go clear to Brandenburg Las returned home Fontaine can buy Hoods Barsapartlla of all You the rear No more weak dreamers but Henry McGehee of Irvington was but it is a fight to tho finish Como Miss Maude Herndon leaves to day druggists Be sure to get only Hoods and and oxamino my stock and get the Wednesday for Holts bottom and Glo scientific headedpractical broad minded visiting Wilber Hensley last week workers and clear Ills t easy to take cure Liver verport Mrs G P Jolly Is at Irvington visit Â¬ prices and I will prove it to you It distributes Fertilizer samo cenU tlOOCl 8 rlllS eiy to operate easier than I can tell you about it per cent of the phosphate the doos time it sows scod It saves 15 The Ladies Aid had an enjoyable ing her daughter Mrs W- J Piggott IRVINGTON its work woll and cost for repairs It meeting with Mrs C C Falrlwgh on From now on all sales will bo for is lighter than for other machines Mips Bettie Hook who has been visit- Â¬ It is warranted to be of good ma- Â¬ Monday altemoou Breckenridge News cash strictly or tho equal thereto terial and to do the work it is intended to ing In Louisville has returned home Wo are pleased to hear do Miss Lula Lewis will give n dove party Miss Lizzlo Board who has been ill for in produce for which as heretofore Mrs Floyd Roberts is improving during the week with some original un- Â¬ That You can get your choke of the Plain Hoe or Disc Drill WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1898 I will pay tho highest prices I ique features introduced That little L E is also slowly improv- Â¬ somo time is thought to be improving Mrs Ellen Stokes and daughter Ber- Â¬ ing Sherman Ball left last Monday tp will just say here to any ono who BEST BEWLEYVILLE tha have returned to Louisville after a That Clarence Board Is able to be out spend two weeks down at the Tar may be contemplating going into visit to Mrs Moremen Springs the general merchandise business and among his friends Mr and Mrs Dick Ditto of Owens Miss Katie Stith Louisville was guest Mies Marlon Babbage of Cloverport thero is no better sland in this part Jim Morton is quite sick boro are spending several days with Mr of Nannie Lee Jolly Friday was visiting relatives in this city last of the country In order to close Banks Drury is on the sick list and Mrs Abram Ditto Fine Ground Bono Fertilizer makes weak soil strong and Misa Cecil Spradliug is at home again Monday my bunincB out at once I would Mrs Eliza Jolly is visiting here again Little Hatties indisposition caused me after a nice long visit abroad builds it up so that instead of being poor it becomes rich Mr and Mrs Sam Pate spent last Sat- Â¬ give a purchaser a vory liberal dis- Â¬ Will Paul will move to Irvington soon to forego the pleasure of a visit to Harand produces generous crops That Miss Henderson is doing as well urday and Sunday at Mr Minor Paynes contuins Nitrogen dinsburg and Cloverport xo iiiuho iiavmg accounts uuuiu as can be expected in typhoid fever Mr and Mrs E L Smith wero in town near isowleyvllle Ammonia Phosphoric Acid and Bone Phos- Â¬ with mc you will kindly como for Misses Sophia and Carrie Reinheckle Sunday Mrs Wimp and baby Catherine are phate Doctor your farm with a soil enricher that G W Beard and Clate Beard attended ward and settlo withont They visiting Mrs Clios further no- Â¬ Sunday are intelligent attractiveCosperke ladies oirto Hernden Camp for a brief stay Epworth lingua services because of its largo proportion of animal matter is the the Sunday School Convention at Bew tice young are Below I give a few prices of eveulug proud leyvlllo last Friday Certainly we have cause to be Chicago last Tom Pusey of ocr young M D and we congratulate the many bargains I will offer from nr peoplo turned out en mass for Sunday Tom returned to is an elegant handsome The new Methodist church at Letch him Hill Grove Sunday and perfectly unassuming in manner field will ho dedicated August 28th by now until tho end which I trust llerce Ilardaway was detained at will not bo far for I intend to make Miss Eva Hernden was guest at Oak- Â¬ Bishop II C Morrison Mis David Murray and Miss Alliene home Sunday sick every item I have in stock such a were on tho train last Friday enroute to land tho beautiful suburb and home of There was a big crowd out at Freedom Mr Levi Tyler Mrs W J Piggot is taking an outing Lexington to see Maj David R Murray bargain that it will go Come at at the Sulphur Springs Miss Mary Bandy returned from Web- Â¬ lost Sunday Rev Hedrlck of Illinois once Mr J W Lewis went to Guston last is doing the preaching and inspect tho stock and get D U Johnsons baby has been quite week to see his grandchildren who are ster Thursday where she has been prices One lot of Mens Coarso Walter Campbell of Huntington Va sick for several days Mrs D W having a pleasant visit there with there mother 125 Congratulations to our young post Â¬ who bos been here with his wife and Work Shoes former prico D Cain and children returned Lewis Mrs It now 85c ono lot of Mens Heavy I met Mrs Solomon of Vine Grove at master in the flattering outlook for a suc- child has roturued homo to their home in Parkland Saturday night the depot in Irvington She had good cessful businebd in his new enterprise 1 Miss Bettie Lawson who has been vis- Â¬ Shoes at worth 135 every Â¬ Will Ashcraft and Dr Strotber attend words for the News and many kind ones Mies Ida Gardner after a prolonged iting Miss Maggie Baker for the post two where ono lot of fine quality box for this column ed serviced Sunday evening at this place and pleasant visit to her brother Wills weeks has returned home too Shoes sold heretoforo at 175 MeQUADY KENTUCKY I regret exceedingly to hear of Miss has returned home Coino soon again Mies Willieby Moormanof Big Spring Miss Stella White of Evansville and now 125 a lot ofLadies Shoes will yisit friends in this vicinity the next Sallie Burchs illness I hope she is well Ida Misa Ella Collins of Cannelton are the on the roa J to recovery by tills writing worth from 125 to t50 now at fort night Cards are out to a lawn fete at the guests of Mr and Mrs P Dillon will soon be able to return 100 every piece of Print in tho Mrs Vera Paul Flick has gone to Vine and home of Mrs Levi Tyler on the eye of Rev James Lewis and C M Buchan A good many from here expect to at- Â¬ the 10th in honor of Iter guest Miss Grove to spend sometime with her an are carrying on a revival meeting house at 4c per yard 30 pieces of tend the ice cream supper Thu sday Ward parents out at the Baptist church at Harued is ice uress limgiiam at such prices at Mrs Annie and Nell Herndons A lady was heard to remark a day or Mrs R B McGlothlan continues to night as you nover knew before ono lot for the benefit of Sandy Hill church Dr P W Foote and wlfo of Bowley stay with her parents Mr and Mrs W two ago that pur Main street looked Mens Overalls worth C5o now Mrs Tyler of Irvington entertained something like Fourth Ane Louisville yille were the guests of Mr and Mrs N Drury V G Babbage lost Saturday and Sun Â¬ 38c one lot Mens Jeans Pants at for her daughter and guest on Tuesday Ahem Mrs Herbert Cain did not have day 75c worth 125 Above I said I typhoid fever as stated last week and is at a lawn fete Invitations to many of The Washington homestead has beeu our young people here were rcceiv- d I John Meador ol Louisville and Guy would make every item a bargain now much improved the scene of much mirth and gayeties Mrs Clare Jolly Piggott Mrs Ellen this summer but at present quiet reigns Meador of Big Spring were the guests The farmers are not in a hurry to sell Herndon and I intend to do just as I Bay I of Johnie Kincheioe lost Saturday and Wimp have their wheat Several of them are hold Â¬ Mrs W W WilliatiiR joined their friend supreme A few pieces of nice French will of Henderson at Mrs Wm Frank of Grand Island Sunday ing for bettor prices Camp Herndon Doe Run for a few days Nebraska and Mrs Organdies Lawns and Pks worth A R Willett of want the news new and true If you Milton Coke has accepted the school that Miss Mary Lewis and not otherwise take the Evening is Rumors reach usadmired in Hardins- Â¬ Cape Girardan Mo wero guests of Mrs at Balltown He will move there in a 15c and 20c now at 7o per vara extravagantly Henry 11 Dugan recently Post and the Brkckeniiiihie Nkuh few weeks and remain during the win Â¬ Thanking you for your liberal pat Â¬ burg and Cloverport She is beautiful Little Beula Drake is ill witii typhoid ter ronage in the past und extending Itev W II Bruuer will preach in the and her sweet personality and gracious fever The community sympathize with Baptist churcn here again Saturday and manner make her friends legion Irwin Richardson and Paul Compton you a hearty invitation to my bar- Â¬ Mr Drake in his troubles which seem Sunday the 21st and liind two of Garfields handsome young men gain sale I am There have been two or more cases of Charlie Paul and family of Long diptheria but the fright is all over Our indeed to be sore ones at present made a short Btay in this city last Fri Â¬ Yours Truly Mrs Gardner accompanied by Mrs day Grove visited Mr Geo Paul from physicians manage it beautifully and we G C DRURY Jolly and little daughters Nannie Lee Ttiursday to Sunday morning all feel safe in their hands Dr Pusey Owen Cunningham and his two chil Â¬ and Claire have gone to visit her par Â¬ Moorman Ilardaway and Roy Cain and Dr Wells have used every precau- ents Mr and Mrs Burt Cunningham dren left Monday for the Tar Springs BIG SPRING with Misses Mary Blanford and Mary tion to prevent its spread Bro Oyertou will be here Monday where they will remain during ttie Peyton attended church at Big Spring Reading clubs are no longer fads for night after the third Sunday preach for week Sunday a m they now all reach towards some definite We Miss Nannie Board of Garfield la the Mrs Morris Eskridge and her daugh Â¬ Miss Mary Paul our efficient Sunday aim and some living issue It is hard to us and administer the sacrament school secretary is the right girl in the have a systematic home reading hence hope to have a large congregation for ter Lizzie who have been down at the Kueet of Mrs Gabe Meador V A Burkhart and wife of Vine Tar Springs for the past two weeks have right place Her co workers are proud club workers can work better together our good brother Our town continues to improve returned home irovo were the guests of friends Sunday for mental discipline and they organize of her on all occasions Mr Wolf and daughter Miss Martha W W Keith was in Louisville last for some definite work as the B V R Another new building being erected on You can trust vour watch in the Main work on Air Shullmans week and buught a nice liue ol goods for C of Irvington It takes up some defin Â¬ store bt progressing rapidly and now hands of a good repairer T 0 Lewis of Tampa Fia are the guests of Mrs is Mr Bennett So if you want a new dress ite work each year and pursues it witii building will be ready for occupancy the is that kind He understands the jewel Â¬ Meyer in Last year was zeal and thoroughness juBt give Mr B a call Mr John Meador Jr who is clerking ry business from A to Izzard the early fall iu Louisville was home last week on a Miss Ella Robertson Misa Mary Stan- Â¬ German year Rev S F Kelly pastor of the M E vacation Miss Mary Jacob Tyler is a pleasant I have a letter from that Prince of fords visitor left for her home Friday He little visitor in midst this F P Morton arrived at his home from steatnboatman Col Will S Hays saying spending the timeour little Miss Evaweek church at this place left Monday and Miss Pearl Wimp and Mr Lou Nevltt has moved his household effects as Mc he will be in command of the steamer Louisville Friday night of Brandenburg are visiting at Mr Jesse Tarascon August 23 on a pleasure trip to Glothlaus particular guest but sharing doesnt expect to be returned here next Clarksous Misa Kate Stith has returned to her Evansville and her bright sunny face among all her year home in Louisville Kate is a general up a party for return asking me to make little girl friends Mr Theodore Cohen of Evansville the occasion Miss Katie Eskridge entertained a few favorite with everybody here and it is will be unusually low a fine The rates band of Mr and Mrs Sam Dix of Roberta friends at tea lost Monday evening Intl was the guest of Miss Mayme Med with much regret we see hor go music sight seeing in Evansville and Bottom were guests ley iasc juonuay auu Tuesday Mrs Tho recent heavy rains did very much other points enroute I hope a nico Gardner last week a day of week Will Those present were Mr and Mrs J P Haswell Godfrey Haswell and wife and Mr Miss Fronle Clarkson of Elizabeth or damage to the wheat that had not been number from here will embrace this op- Â¬ Dix who has been seeking relief for ill Miss Amauda Pullen town arrived Saturday and is the guest Much of it sprouted in the portunity to have a fine trip threshed ness of a long standingismuch improved shock and the losers have much sym Â¬ The Green Flag bargain store bad a of her cousin Mius Lydia Jlarkson The beautiful and speedy little by a stay at Hardin Springs pathy rushing trade during its first weeks busi- Â¬ Miss Willible Moorman one of our launcii Fernclifle brought a merry party Miss Ye mighty readers of tho B V It 0 oi young men 10 iiranuenuurg last Sat- Â¬ Lawson Baker of Hardinsburg and Miss ness They claim to be selling more most charming young ladies is visiting of Hawesville stopped off at goods or less money than any other Mibses Lena Urur and Blanche Jolly bo je informed that Mrs McGlothlan urday from Louisville of They had a Wednesday enrout to Hawes- Â¬ house In town They sell for cash alto- Â¬ Bewleyville will oe saved much care and anxiety if camping outfit and a first class cafe Irvington ville and spent the day pleasantly with gether you only return your books to t lie libra- Â¬ They all belonged to Louisvilles MOO Miss Mary Blanford and Mr lioy Mies Anuie Lee Bandy who ry when you are done with them They Jiad an enjoyable evening at Dr the Misses Claycomb and Ida entertained Cain of Victor Gardner at Henry Harned son of Mr and Mrs Sunday Bttwleyville attended preaching and were the guests of Bro T J Jolly recently bought a Hock of Pussys with Miss Maydee and her guest the same time Harned died at their home in KY fifteen sheep from Win Baskett of Gus Miss Maude Herndon and a hayrido to this place last week of typhoid fever Waltons lamily Mrs Mrs Beville Mrs ton Mr Basket frequently trades in Camp Herndon where many guests from Lewis ofColeman He had been sick several weeks At Mr Briggs and family of Daviess Brandenburg and your scrible this district is clever and honorable and Louisville are having an outing others of Mr Har county parsed tnroujiu nuro Thursday had a mnst enjoyable day at the home of tho same time two ill Wednesday evening in honor of her centrally located and Is a most destreable the people like to trade with him Miss Maydeo Pueey gave a most un- Â¬ Mr and Mrs ueds family were but all of them are Jesse Herndon lost Mon now up Ills sons remains were taken and Wero the guesiH oi Bro Waitou and Those present were Mr and place for the hostnlery business Mr Editor I give you thanks in the ique and enjoyable entertainment last day notwithstanding the inclemency of Suesta family lor the uight Legler Mr and Mrs P 0 to the family burying grounds near name of the ladies of this section for triday night in honor of her brother T the weother Mrs Annie Herndon Mlas Mary Moorman who has been Lewis Mr and Mrs Rtbt Vanghn Miss ROME IND encouraging words spoken while here L Pusey and her guest Miss Maude Misses llatio and Mao Tydings were thero Ephesus for interment Florence Williams Misses Emma and visuiug her cousin Mibs Zjiuia last Thursday also I want to assure you Herndon of Akron Ohio Mies Lula also and added much to to the pleasure Abram Sago was out at tho Btavo buck is now visiting tier uncle O D Sirother Â¬ Blanche Moseley and P of Gilliland Sam Groves of Cannelton waa In town Lewis one ol our most original young ot the day ilarda that we appreciate the News Truly this is a hometypical er this week working on the boiler Mr way near Bewleyville Thursday of Kentucky hospitality Mrs Elma Mortons dinner party last ladies assisted Maydee in the arranging Sago repairs threshing machine engines was Miss Fannie McGaugbn spent Sunday ADDITIONAL LOCAL Miss Mary 1ey ton of Falls of Bough Friday was highly enjoyed and those The entertainment lighteda watermelon and works at machiuerv of all kinds feast on by Japanese John Shouse came in Tuesday from He understands work ot this kind and Mollle Clarkbou oi Louisville Aletsru night with Gurtiu Barnes present will hold her in lasting memory lanterns the lawn Boyd arrived in the city Mrs and an art gallery in the dining Caunelton The event was to has been at it for some time Those who Moorman ilardaway and Kue Cox of Tuesday Frank Owensboro lor her kindness Mibs Adel Whllmarsh of Ilardiu from guest honor Mrs Frakes and Mrs Wra Bew room Each white was presented with a want work of this kind done should call Bowley ville were the guest ot Dr Siroth Â¬ booklet red and blue bound and Ghapeze Wathen Owensboro was a Groye was in town Saturday afternoon er and sister last Saturday und Suuday Brandenburg on Mr Sago we can recommend him as ley lady visitors from Mrs J V Richardson and son Will upon entering the gallery was to view on Wednesdays train for being all riht for this kind of work The Hill Grove meeting closed Sunday and guess the pictures seventy in num- Â¬ Mr Uuy Meador went to Hardinsburg passenger lam of Rockport Ind are the guests of Hardinsburg afternoon August 1 Hh The candidates ber and put in booklet Each guest was The farmers are not very busy iu their Saturday to be the guest of a lrieud auu MrsS E Wilson and children came Mrs J H Groves this week for immersion will go to the Sulphur also presented wltii an art catalogue orops Just now and it is a good time for attended cnurch ut Freedom Suuday Mrs Susie Rust and little bob Robert home Tuesday from a visit to relatiyes Spring today Monday to receive the which Miss Lula had prepared as a sou tiiem to take a rest At the little meet- Â¬ He was accompanied to Hardinsburg by at Payneaville ot Troy are the guests of her mother rite Itev Hamsey goes to Buck Grove venlr of the occasion ing houses dotted about over the coun- Â¬ John who returned to Louisville Sun Â¬ Miss Sophia Rein Catarrh Is to conduct a series of meetings there Miss Mavme Dellaven who after a Mrs Robert Huckebly heckle received the pri9 silver cud but- dUeases undono of tho most obstinate try you will find just now a number of day lienco tho most difficult The M church will give an lee staNtvith friends In Hawesville Mrs Hattie Grinned and daughter tons for being the moat successful guess revival meetings in progress and the to get rid of cream supper uaturuay eve Ang w at as arrivedSme were visitors of Dr and Mrs P W er Miss LI I Rhodes the booby prize a STEPHENSPORT Thero is but ono way to euro it farmer and his good wife and his neigh Â¬ Foote the greater part of last week Mrs plate of molasses candv which was one Tho dlseuso is In tho blood and Capt Tyler of Owensboro was among the Academy Hall All are invited to all tho bor and his friends join them and have Foote should have- shared the honor of of the pictures in the gallery as maid of sprays wttahes and inhaling mixtures a good time both socially and spirit the passengers on Tuesdays train en- Â¬ attend this visit with other of Mrs Grinnells Orleans Miss Maydee and Mm Pusey in the world eun huvo no permanent ously These gatherings are a help to Rev Cundill is conducting a series of route to Porto Rico friends I am sure we would all enjoy a and the dear doctor are ideal entertainthe people and the couutry meoiinga to uuenauit effect whatever upon it Swifts Spe Mr and Mrs 0 L Knight visit from her and extend Iter an invita Â¬ ers and the occasion will be long remem oltlocures Catarrh permanently forltla Little Miss Dowell has returned from graphers are visiting friends the photoThe Sunday School District conven- Â¬ at Rock tion to coiue again bered tho only remedy which can reocU tho tion gotton up by Superintendent Jolly an extended visit to Moigantowu port Ind this week The Sunday school Convention at this I left last week on a II y and lit at Ir- Â¬ disease and force it from tho blood and held at Bewleyyille IqsI week waa a Miss Simmons Toblusport Ind Is Miss Florence Lewis spont last week place last Ttiuisday was a success from vington with that dear relative Mrs Dr Mr II P McAllister of Harrodsburg I never saw so many visiting her sister Mrs Dr Wuite fierfect success at Hardinsburg tlm gnest of her sister the opening to the benediction Nearly Foote for a few days which were passed Ky had Oaturrh for years Ho writes young xlrls and the boys too lteva Ferrell and Eugush have begun Mrs W J Mntiiugly I conlu see every one who had beeu appointed to on gossamer wings flitting from place to though was no lmnrnvpmnt hu constantly treated with sprays were at their best on that day The a protracted meeting at the Bapust I take part was present and those present place with her A day at Mrs Gerard Mrs R T Iulk and children are visit choir waa composed of some twenty or church timer OR S ALU tzood hones lor ircnuil Hkv did their work with cheerfulness and Footes where we ail spent a real Long- Â¬ ing her parent Mr and Mrs William ent inhaling remedies thirty of these young folks and the lcxcellint niilrn lowi with voubit calves in fact 1 could eel that singing was grand Mrs Porklus of iorllaud has beeu Beavln in tiu county marked ability Some who were not on fellows rainy day Cousin Lud Foote Jul mv cow und calf For Furthar lufirmitloa ad Brother Jolly had each winter I was wore M1IS HANNAH IIAKDIN HoKKy the program gave timely words of coun- Â¬ held the forte and talked all the way up drts mapptd out an interesting program and vlsitinjpier auut Mrs Low Koherts for Mrs R ilic Lewis who liar been at Hnth sel and encouragement Among the from aute bellutn days to the Spanish finally previous his audieuce was well pleased with its teverai weeks It was McDanluis the pat wnk with her par Â¬ brouahtto toy notion oflect The paper by Mrs Piggott was many visitors who honored the AssociaAmerican conflict He is just as enter Â¬ IJOH SALE Threo Short Hornor Hall CIvm Mrs Adlat Reynolds Palatkl Fia ents came home TurfsJars that Catarrh was a blood rhav are ihn hlahM ihls X Hkof lo registry be tion with their presence were Mrs Grin taining as at iivu and thirty The down- Â¬ disease and alter think Â¬ excellent and the talks from other and Mra K ti Alewalie RuoUu Ky are Dcrmltled to run w in uraln nock and will nell both of our good editors Meesis G pour kopt Mrs Piggott from entertain Â¬ Mrs J P Ditzenbachattd sou Louie thlr Danu until OctiUr lit A splendid bafgeita ing over the matter I members of the convention were all In- Â¬ Visiting their paieuts Ruv auu Mis W and Clate Beard Hardinsburg and ing Tuesday night but she was with us taw i t was unreasonable teresting and and J P have returned home from a offered -Knqulre ol on Sunday UuudilT to expect to be cured by GUS W RICIIAKDSOK Mr and Mrs T 0 Henderson We at Lakeland on Wednesday for the day pleasant visit to Clover Creek TiiH Smith HmiuM ctitiuldM remedies which only ocuooi worn Anoiner uistrict uonven Quito Kft were real proud of the whole affair reaohed the surface I tlon should be called shortly and went with us to the home of Mr Lewis Utiles after several weeks vaca I think with city boardun who uiuiy coujuU- lsTBBaVMaVsrva9snfeTZir then decided to trv forty or fifty head of 1UUTopitura and Mrs Bate Washington to see Mr 3 8 8 and after a fair bottles were used I GOLDKNROD bo Union Star would be a desirable point lutttL the tare auu accommouauous at tlou has returned and resumea his WAN or cattle Will guarantee piestly ei and Mrs Jackson Alexander of Louis ttoed a perceptible Improvement Continuing for some work of this character duties as operator at the depot luaTnoiel water and grave the belt pasture in Um oewntv vile Tills handsome and wonder Â¬ the remedy he disease was forced out of my For Bsieeststs M WOLF CREEK Chris Swaggot wont to Owensboro Terms 1 per head per mouth AllWslGW aaMr aud Mrs Dolf Legler of Myrtle fully preserved old counlo I had not system and a complete cure was the result LD I haye for sale in Glendeaneone house miss and Alius Williams ot Evansville Tuesday Heliad beeu called tnere to enquire of I advlso all who have this dreadful disease to Addfaon Ky Mrs J C OwiUkS uud childien are at seen for thirty odd years The long past their local treatment which hasnever visittd their sister Mrs Chag appear before the Board ot Penstour TnOK 8ALK Havintr leased mv firm I wai talked over with kaleidoscopic rapid Â¬ abandon any good and take 88 8 a tea aud lot well fixed well improved will Ind Woodland Examiners Watungiou last week tha draeaaa and cans itV - -- - - horses tnuiis J private rale1 tHanoara 2orea i ilauUd heewl Mrs Will Prolth and son Robt are ity but in which many memorable scenes artr that nan reaohtho wrong treatment for sell cheap too small for mv business Misses Maggie McGary Hardlnbnrr iruuuijFinare TO continue Mib Kobt Jolly aud Mrs Will Gard Â¬ iroitlaf COIve come to view They are descending the anyone wish to purchase come and see visiting in JeTersouville this week miscellaneous lot of AtiaaeW -old pert ner ot Irvington posseU through tietu Lillie Greenwood aud Lllllo Mauniug of nuntscuntlitlnir In Dart ofnlows hafeow i hill of Life quietly and serenely What Uaturrh is to continue to Biirrer owills Respectfully Bbowk J II 0 T Etlierton who iiaa been station a beautiful valley Specific la a real blood remedy and last weex eutouw lo Uheuauu to visit uoit wno nave beeu tno guests ol mum wagons 1 new Peering binder aad km other I ed In Illinois for the past ten months is J j0iton and rooie that is The Wash- - cures obstinate deep seated diseases Ihlnis necessary to the feraur The paSWc le In Â¬ Florence Lewis havo returned home Mrs Burt Cuuuiughum borne homes are the vited tn call Inspect and obtain Iheveniy low pfce LaMk Submerged i oniv onfifl i at dome i1RV which othor remedies have no effect ii Messrs John Vest and Frank Payue Time wBI be given U desired Miss OecllelUiuigh came down from I 1 ffflUAa DaIiAMAA Hilil Uln M jb1 whatever upon It promptly reaches The river has already submerged 12 I ouisvilie to speud her vacation at the left Saturday for Atlantic City There fa W D flOLT nnu ana unuijfa HinilA i nuu il frnm Him nrli1 iiiDofo iwunti ncio iney are UIVHieu tin Ht Hy wiiu Jtirs ii ni oiniui to supper onefiiai My grandmother Alexandera place Catarrh and never fails to cure even the acres of corn land belonging to the bmuu House but she was very suddenly quiet a good representative erowd frow evening last week this city and county and others are ooe IOK SAMt One good secetd hand Greenwood boys and 20 acres belonging called home last week j the Khodes home now I saw for the most aggravated cases Apply to tew plating the trip W II BOW sftftT to J D Brasliear In the neighborhood of time since early childhood and what Dr Geo Booae former y ol this place I Misa Emma Arnold Moseley left Mon fond recollections rushed to my view Addison Louisville Landlord Hsyssr has deeided ta eeu bat who is now locate Iu mm R KKNT The W A Allen arm cobII day lor Laredo Tex where stie has ou friend acre 01 pasture and iwaeM Ism baa been visiting his parent cepteU a putuiuu as Uacuer lu the tiutM In the hoUl busiut M after the IKUH 11a re Â¬ Is Purely Vegetable and Is Dm only ea tk beitM uw at Vita old home Lone Cedar Laredo Missionary school Iu all proia exptrMtaa f hU ON YOU O LABEL IS A DATE JWsUKR Wood remedy guaranteed to OOttfsJn bo practice Wednesday turned to his uility Miss Moseley will have work over occupied lor that parapsa KsgotfatioM im iu ym mn Umfi gm fetntb riiilil fwy dangerous wImiswU Look at It and im how yen baye for Mm iu Mexico pi fasted M0Prty AuricRobt Tobla of Klreno Oklahoma k UfWtSH Books moIM free by iwlft mM mMstand with this Paper M yWtlng his fathers family of this ploee Oorapaay Atlanta Georgia tin Otow WrtUugtoa utstkiMd hut Newsoois dseaased mw quartets ure Mm LITTLE SUFFERER GOOD LUCK The Empire DRILL wipira V 0 si5sr vomsismEmBm3EESSiEr - THE EMPIRE IS THE IT FEEDS THE SOIL It Â¬ KING OF FERTILIZERS FOR EMPIRE DRILLS and Jones Fine Ground Bone Fertilizers Â¬ Â¬ J W- - PATE 1 1 Â¬ ATTENTION EVERYBODY - Great Slaughter UMMER GOODS For the Next Few Days Â¬ Space needed for our immense line of Fall and Winter Goods which will be here soon Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT WLL S3 Â¬ T 1 Foul Sinelling Catarrh Â¬ m n - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il WANTS kfSV4 1 7r JErTi nlii I 5C nf lffll r tjS3WJlqQl2t SSStLBIooiI Â¬ 1TOKIX CC Us ls K ttr ttf Wore Wisssjtfttiiiruz 05