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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rjiriz pW5HflG THE BREUKENR1DGE NEWS ALL THE NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXIII been booked is tho two diving elks They are both magnificent creatures en dowed with a world of sagacity They will leap from an elevated platform many Will Be the Great Daviess feet high into a tank of water On tho whole tho fair will be one of County Fair tho best ever held in the Ohio valley and will undoubtedly attract a large daily PregraM and Premium List the Beit Ever attendance Prepared The Moit Fatal Disease It is generally kuown that more adults will bo a hot time at Oweneboro There die of kidney trouble than of any other October 4th 6th Oth 7th and 8th days on which the groat disease When the first symptoms of Theflo are the Daviess County Fair will be hold and this disease appear no time should be that it will be a success goes without lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded saying A It Fisher Oloverport R A Shell TSe manage mi nt has surpassed itself Haynes man Stophensport Gordon this year in getting up an attractive pro gram and a rich premium list The ratexvllle E A Witt Hardlnsburg prises that are to bo awarded for all Frenchs Show manner of exhibits aro suillclently largo Frenchs showboat Sensation No 1 to arouse the keenest competition and anchored at the upper wharf Monday thus guarantee a good show and in tho evening the troupe played to That it will be a fair for the farmer is a crowded Iioubo shown by the premium list Everybody The company presented a strung vau Â¬ deville bill several of the artists giving should have one A big feature will be the tobacco ex the finest specialties in their line that have ever been seen here hlblt The premiums are all tempting Mrs French is to be congratulated on and the farmer who does not enter the having so strong a show this year It is contest is neglecting a golden opportu- Â¬ entirely new and beyond a weakness in the farces and some questionable dia- Â¬ nity logue In the cake walk skit which Koutucklan has an should bo cut out the performance was Every true born inherent weakness for horse flesh Speed abov criticism Is greatly admired and the people love to attend races where tho entries nre numerous and fast Tho fair manage ment realized this and hung up somo very tempting purses with tho result KAlnlnR favor rapidly that eighty entries have been closed for Are lluslnesj men nnd travel lers carry them In vest ten trotting and pacing races the Docket ladles carry them There will be five running races in purici liouiekeepert keep tliem in medicine One of the unique attractions that has cloieti fileddj recommend them to Jrleudi 25c CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 34 Â¬ 1898 land Garfield NO 6 Koyal makei th food rare wholeeome and dtllclout OUT OF SIGHT Â¬ Hoods Pills Evelyn Lucas Miss Ida Luchs and guest ADDITIONAL LOCAL Miss Slnuns Colonel and Mrs Murray Mis James Englaud of Tobliisport Ib Candidate Jolly Is Itunnlug Ahead or His Mls4 Murray Major and Mrs Tebbetts Messrs Curry and Jonas quite ill Mioses Tebhetts Opponent 7 H G Morgan Sirocco was in town TemVttP Miss Georgia West Miss Jay In Daitwili Id Miss Curry Hn ckenridge Saturday Henrico W Jolly of Owensboro Miss Hlicibeth Sklllman returned Vi making a brilliant fight for the republi- MxFsrs Edmnnd and William Lucas can congressional nomination of the sixth Smith Aifurd Law r Mice Gentry ami day from Louisville J W Jarrett Jr of Stepheusport was His chief opposition comes Willa Green district It was a beautiful party in tho city Monday from the Fowler faction but as he has MlbH Elizabeth Crlgler of Oweushoro Lieutenant Colonel Murray with his s cured the vote of three counties al Â¬ ready there is no question but that he two sins wlfo and darjghter aod finr in the guest of friends in the city geitnt Brashear dined with Mr TJ Cns Ind is Miss Ellle Clegg Lexington will win our Mr Jolly has already secured 51 votes Rell and wlfo on North Broadway to day the guest of her aunt Mrs Wm Mullen Loxtiigtou Argonim W S iJowmor is the gutBt of his and 88 aro necessary to a choice He is a ilreckenridge county boy and I have for sale lrTOleudeane one housn friend Willis Green at Falls of Hough many of his old friends here are anxious and lol well fixed well improved will Wm Mullen and family who have spent to Bee him succeed sell ch ap too small for my business two weeks at Tar Spring returned Mon Â¬ anyone wish to purchase come and see day Buoklens Arnica Salve Mies Lynna Tate of Tobinsport Ind J II Uhown lte pectfully Tim Best Salvk in the world or Cute Mrs Marlon is visiting her sister Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt ithuum Fe Â¬ Will Test Goebel Low Woatherholt ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil The egret d case to test tli constitu A first class Estey Organ and nice par- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions tionality of the Goebel election law is lor set of furniture for half price Call and postively cures Files or no pay re- Â¬ set for hearing in the Franklin Circuit at once at Heyser House quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect Court on the second Monday of Sept J D Brashear of the American Tobac- Â¬ fatlsfactlou or money refunded Price Said case will be immediately taken to co Company of Owensboro was in the 25 cents per box For sale by Short the Court of Appeals aud advanced on city Monday on business Haynes the docket so a decision can be reached Miss Marion Ferrigo Evansville Ind before the November election Beautifully Entertained will be the guest of her uncle Mr Ulirist Mrs Mamie Lucas gnvo a charming tea Ferrigo several days this week party and musicale lest night lor Colonel Bean Miss Iteina Clav daughter of lto Kind You Hatt Always Bought tie and Mrs Murray of the Fourth The Clay of Henderson is the table was fragrant with pink and white guest of Mr aud Mrs George Short roses and the American flag was floating Dr Hardin iiasham of Owensboro Sawed off Part of His Thumb at all points of vantage The nwnu was While he was sawliir ice Sunday the passed through the city from Union in seven courses comprising the daint horses became restless aud made a Star where he had been visiting friends it st of substantial and sweets Mr movement which caused the saw held by I W Wright and wife of Elizabeth Matt Oliver contributed his violin Mr Charles Lisbon to slip in such a way off the top of the thumb on town have arrived in the city They Curry Tebbetts the llute Mr Lawrence that it cut Tha injury was of a very are visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Wright Gentry the mandolin Mr Willa Green his Ml hand as painful nature it tore away the entire A party composed of the following will the zither and Mrs Tebbets the piano thumb nail and has left a very sore plare leave next month for Wagnola 0 T by Mrs Lucas Miss which will take sometime to heal The company were LIKE A RACE HORSE Â¬ Â¬ Sarah Frank Calvn and Hurdette Willie Hricki y and W 0 Taul Mrs J H Stiles has returned from a visit to her parents near HopVnfvllle Miss Lehi Often of Charleston Mo ac- Â¬ companied her Mrs Thomas Watkltis leaves Salurdav night for St Joseph Mo Sim gots to join her husband who has a lucrative position in that city Mr and Mrs A It Willett who havo been visiting friends this bummer at their old Kentucky home iiave returned to Cape Girardeau Mo Mr and Mrs G W Mullen hio havu boon at the Tar Springs or the past two weeks will arrlvo here to day to be the guests of Mrs Wm Mullen Miss Mary Kyan one of the trio of beautiful compositors on the Nkyvb has taken a leave of absence or two weeks stay with friends in Louisville Mrs KT Herndon and daughter Miss Maude of Akron Ohio are the guests ot Mrs Virgil Hardin and Mr and Mrs Morgan Fontaine at Holts Charlie W Moorman Jr who has been spending his vacation at home left Tuesday for Louisville thence to Boston where he resumes his duties with his uncle Mr 0 P Moorman Mits Mary Cosby Lewis Iirandenbuig Eva Hensley Hardlnsbutg Mcssrp Her- Â¬ bert Beard and Amos Board HardinB burg were visitors to the Tar Spriugs Sunday The good people of Tobinsport are in- Â¬ censed at the Sunday base ball gauits being indulged in on that side of tho river by people from Oloverport and else where They are talking of taking legal Mrs Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure ROTU aAKIfg fOWDCB CO MW VOWK steps to put a stop to it and promise the participants trouble if they keep the practice up Tom Ie La Hunt Albert aud Charles May of Cannelton passed through the city Sunday on their way In Pittsburg Pa They were met at the shops by Walter and the Misses Eva and Eliza May and were accompanied by their friends as far as the depot The following sales of property and land were cOnbumatcd last week at Ad- Â¬ dison C J Fella and wife to Daniel Dick one third interest in mill and mill grounds Consideration 8113 Same to William II Boultinghouse three acres of land near Addison on tho Clovorport Consideration itnd St phensport road 193 DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles Scalds Burns 3B y THE NEW GREAT GREEN v Is filled from floor to ceiling with the finest and hest line of General Merchandise that ever struck this country before Our trade has been increasing papidly and our customers are the happiest people in the country And if you all want to be rich and happy visit theGreen Flag Bargain Store AT HKXIXTSBXJKC3AND FLAG BARGAIN - TORE 0 TSTST WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW xlcilS Space prevents the mention of all articles but an idea can be gained by what follows Clothing i- Notions 100 our 1 - f Mens Black Scotch Novelty Cheviot Suits worth 860 our price 575 A nico Fancy Novelty 4 button Saok Suit well made would be cheap at 750 our price 525 A nice lino of Mens Black Hats worth Shoes A nico lot of Ladies Button or Laco Shoes patent leather tip and facing worth 8140 our prico 105 price 50c f Bettor grade all styles worth 150 our prico Extra fine grades black and grey all styles would be cheap at 200 and 250 our price 1G5 lino of latest styles in Klondike Hats all shapes would bo cheap at 1 our prico GOc A beautiful Pins 5c of Good Toilet Soap contains 3 bars for 6c lbox 5 spools of 200 yards each Westerleys or Kings Thread for 10c Ladies Black Hoso 5o Better grado 7jc Extra fine full seamless fast colors worth 15c our prico 10c Mens Socks 5c a pair 3 Papers of our price Better grade of Ladies Dongola Shoes 135 fl75 values A Genuino Ladies Dongola hand mado shoo high Â¬ ly finished and the most porfect fitting shoo on tho market Mens Suspenders uflaV aWt kaW IP 1 at ml 10 Cents O 1 M a F Dry Goods Black Clay Woratpd most perfect fitting garments regular 900 suit our prico 557 A better grade of 18 oz Imported Clays well mado nicely trimmed regular 1500 suits our prico a pair Red Bandana Handkerchiefs 5c Spoons Tablo and Tea 5c and 10c per sot Knives and Forks 40c per set Shoo lasts contains 4 pieces in a sol worth 50c our prico 30c 900 A handsome line of English Fancy Worsteds latest patterns and styles most porfect fitting garments that These goods aro mado by the any tiilor can make best tailors in Chicagb Suits are worth 1800 and 2000 our price in order to get them introduced 1350 YOUTHS SUITS Novelty Plaids 4 button Sacks well made goods worth 050 pur price 425 Bettor grade most perfect garments will go at 550 A nice lot of Childrens regular School Suits sizes from 4 to 15 valuoe from 135 to 450 our price 1 Hd A beautiful lino of nice Plaid Dress Goods worth 18o and 20o our prico 15c Madras Cloths wo cut them down to 12c Light blue black groy and oil red best gradeB of Calicoes down to 4c a yard s Percales 84 inches wide would bo cheap at 10c our prico 7Jo Organdies worth from 12Jc to 35c will know go at 74 to 15o for tho best Ginghams 5c a yard Merts Shirtings 5c per yard Best grades worth from 6o to 12o our prico 8c for tho best Rod Table Cloih 17o a yard per Bfltter grades fast colors 52 inches wido yard- - Battle Axe Shoe W ears bettor than any other Is cheaper than any other Looks handsomer than any other Is easier on the feet than any other Havo them in Ladies and Childrens sizes When you want Shoes como to us and ask for this brand Satisfaction guaranteed Groceries First clas Bacon j Granulated Sugar 17 lbs for ono dollar Good Green Cofieo 10c lb Soda 2 lbs for 5c Celluloid Starch 5o a package 12 Bars of Everybodys Soap 25c 4 packages Coffee Essonco 5c Large Boxes Mustard Sardines 80 n box Coal Oil lOo a gallon 3 Sjicks Table Salt lOo Largo Box of Matches 1000 in a box for 5c Everything else in proportion Mens Shoes square or coiu too worth 150 our price 110 A nico genuino shoe worth 4 lace or congress A bettor grade regular 200 shoo our prico our price 8 150 7o lb Mens houvy plow shoes 98o A 22c better grade seamless back high top worth 150 our price 125 5 Table Oil Cloth standard grades several different patterns to select irom ioo per yam Window Shades 15o each Bettor grades 7 feet long pure linen fixtures icpm plot 850 Screen Window Curtains 5c a yard Toweling by the yard 60 Cannelton Sheeting Cotton 4o a yard Umbrellas MenB Umbrellas steel rod 5oc Ladies steot rod Umbrellas cellu Â¬ loid handle 76cBettor grade filk top fancy hand les latest styles worth 175 our price 125 - 275 Knee Pants 25c Bolter grades at reasonable prices 4e MenB double knoo Overalls worth 05c our prico Honesty is the best business policy We are honest with you Because ye are honest we can quote prices We ar not afraid of competition We know our prices are lower than the lowest That is why we advertise our prices We can stand the comparison ubecause it is favorable to us It is true economy to trade at the GREEN FLAG BARGAIN STORE because it enables you to save your dimes and dollars tfirpL Flu Bargain Store IlarHliBiburg Ky I H1 H BAKBR o A r JtJivtJfe MAIN STORE At HftWfsvUto Kentucky THE BRJE3eitIiHlraBL THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V Q BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY AUGU8T KtKWB GLOYHRPpRT KY Jf KERNELSOPNEWS The Happenings of he Week at Hardlnsburg Social Events and Other Mutlera Chronicled Far Our Keadcre N College will open Sept 6th Mrs John 1 Ilaswell was on the sick list last week Cbapeze Wathen of Owensboro was WEBSTER Health generally good Virge Babbago was here last week John Ross has moved to Irvington Heres to you Col John Haswell Jr Horaro Hatfield is building a new barn This town needs a telephone and must have It J C Kurlz was in Louisville a few days last week J M Fitrh has resigned as postmaster at Clifton Mills Whore are the would bo critics of ot r Undo Samuel now 7 Miss Nettle Kurtz of Cecilia is visit Â¬ ing Aliss Emma Kurlz II C Stewart and wife visited relatives near Big Spring Sunday Miss Norrie Kurtz visited at Irvington Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fred Triplett is rapidly convalesc- Â¬ ing from an attack of typhoid fever Mrs Richardson and son of Cecilia visited the Messrs Lyddan last week Mrs Wm Hall wife and baby Prout aro at the Tar Springs for a few weeks Miss Emma Kurtz returned last week from an extended visit to Hardin coun- Â¬ ty The colored picnic in our suburb Sil- Â¬ ver Heights last Saturday drew a large crowd 24 1898 SIX RAGES AS TO ESSENTIALS TO LOUISVILLES FUTURE GREATNESS William A Kodinbon of Louisville baa essayed the role of prophet lie recently contributed to the Times an article entitled The Chief Essentials In this effusion Mr Kohlson mentioned a to tlio Future Greatness of Louisville number of advantages possessed by the Falls City that should make her treat Ho also mentioned some of her needs in the way of legislation When he was Louisville is sure to be a great city through his enthusiasm led him to remark Now that remark demonstrates that he is no prophet Prophets are lone beaded people They do not make assertions concerning the future that are baaed on suporflcialtlea They do not declare that an acorn will mako a great oak without first finding out if the acorn is sound and It it has found lodgment in rich soil Figuratively speaking Louisville Is an acorn Mr Robinson predicts for this aoorn a fine lanre growth but alack and alas he does not seem to know that a fat worm has pre empted the acorn and will destroy Its vitality unless it is killed The fault with Louisville is its apathy and its solflshnesa Its good people are so absorbed in the quest of the almighty dollar that they are indifferent to the morality of their politicians and have forgotten the obligations they owe their kinsmen and neighbors As loDg as Louisville will tolerate the Barber Asphalt monopoly and its creature Lum Simons and as long as it will discriminate against the products o the state of Kentucky then that long will It stand in the way of Its own growth The provincialism of Louisville hai made it egotistic Were the city to have its way in all things the state would be subordinate to its chief muncipality There is no such word In the lexicon of Louisville apparently as reciprocity The air of 8elfsufliclency about the place speaks eloquently of its insularisui If Louisville grows she will have to do these things Set down upon the harpy politicians that are converting its city hall Into a political brothel Cast off the yoke of the street paving monopolies that are robbing the people and maintaining bosses by a system of bribes Kemr ve the ban against Kentucky Kock Asphalt and give the state a chanco to furnish home material for the streets of the metropolis of Kentucky Kemove the bar against paving brick made of Kentucky clays and shales thus gUing employment to Kentucky capital and labor Louisville will also be compelled to recognize the dependence of the city upon the country As long as she regards the state as a good thing she will array her tributary territory against her If she continues to milk the state and give no forage in return the people will Bee to it that legislation calculated to promote Louisvilles interests will be obstructed If by her acts sho divorces herself from Louisville must be a Kentucky city the state the people will see to it that she gets no alimony These are truths We uttor them in a spirit of kindness We urge Louisville to shake off the influences that are dwarfing her When the citizens put an end to tbo reign of peanut politicians and to the jobbery that characterizes her municipal politics she will have done with her selfishness and her apathy She will have laid the foundation for n liberal public spirit that will lead the city to co operato unsolthhly with the country in the pro- Â¬ motion of the best Interests of the entire commonwealth Louisville will then be Kentucky the embodiment of its enterprise and genius and her personality will be a reflex of all the noble virtues that are tradi Â¬ tional of Kentucky Louisville has been weighed in the balance and found wanting in the following 1 The H in town last wek Joel H Pile of Glendeane was in town one day last week Bro of Ilarnod Stark D Hayhes sell Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer Miss Daisy Mclntyre of Brandenburg is the guest of Miss Eulab Miller Mr Wathen Henderson of St Louis was visiting relatives here last weok Born to the wife of Arnon M Klnche loe Aug 10th a fine 11 pound boy The sale out on the farm of Mr Qharles Miller deceased was well attended lust Thursday Mrs J D Babbagp of Cloverport was the guest of Mrs V G Babbage last Wednesday There were about sixty five persons went on the excursion from this place last Thursday Morris Eskrldge spent a few days In Louisville and New Albany on legal business last week Marcus Kincheloe and Wife were visit Â¬ ing their daughter Mis E Norton near Garfield last week Mrs T II Henderson of Webster is visiting her daughter Mrs Anion M Kincheloe this week Soveral persons from town attended the quarterly meeting at Mt Zion last Saturday and Sunday James Marshall son of Mr Junius Marshall wh o has been farming in Illi- Â¬ nois has returned home Dr Thomas Gardiner and his two little girls of Hopkinsvllle are visiting his mother Mrs Iiennie Gardiner Mrs Walter Campbell who has been visiting her mother Mrs B Bowmer for the past month has returned home John Meador of Louisville arrived bete last Thursday night to accept a po- Â¬ Co sition as clerk with B F Beard Hardinsbmg is fortunate in the pos session of the fine line of music and art goods nud jewelry kept by T C Lewis Miss Amanda Pullen who has been at Mis Milton Cokes for several weeks has returned to her home near Harned Miss Leila Kincheloe taught the inter Â¬ mediate department of the public School in the absence of Mr Sam Pate last Fri- Â¬ day Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer makes big crops of wheat Special price 20 per ton Sold by Stark D Haynea Bros of Harned Remember please that T 0 Lewis understands the watch and clock repair- Â¬ ing business to a T He does honest work at honest prices The last Teachers County Examlna tlon for this year was held at the college last Friday and Saturday There were eleven teachers examined Mrs Julius Lottb and Mrs Caroline Frank of Louisville and Mrs Bernie Solomon of Vine Grove were the guests of Mrs Robert McGufllu last week There was a report circulated here sometime ago that Jesse Taylor was killed in the battle of Santiago we are glad to say that the report is false Taylor Meador met with quite a seri- Â¬ ous accident one day last week While dragging ties one happened to get on his foot which resulted in breaking a bono Mr Mattingly the photographer has returned to this place He has done away with his wooden gallery and he Mr Mattingly now occupvs a new tout does very satisfactory work The Public School under the direction of K Ilarmau and Samuel Pate is pro- Â¬ gressing nicely There aro about 118 pupils enrolled Very little sickness is reported among the scholars Several of the young people spent an enfoyablo evening down at Miss Anna Gardiners last Friday evening Miss Gardiner always entertains most beauti- Â¬ fully and we are always glad when we are invited to her home Mrs Ruben Miller entertained a few young people at her home at tea one evening last week Thos present were Misses Eva Hensley Mary Lewis and Francis Smith Messrs John P Haswell Jr and 0 F Cashroau An i njoyable time is reported Miss Eva Hensley entertained at tea last Thursday evening in honor of her gutst Miss Mary Lewis of Brandenburg Those prettont wero Misses Fannie Smith and Irene Board Messrs Herbert Beard and Charles Cashman They all had a delightful time which will Ion ho re membered J M Parsons who has bjen running a threshing machine down In Holts Bot- Â¬ tom during the season passed through hero last week He made a shoit stop to thresh a crop of grain for Nat Wad llngtonand Mrs Taylor Beard These were about the only crops that had not been threshed arouud in this section of the country Mr Parsons has been doÂ¬ ing satisfactory work for all who have patronized him during the season Â¬ presence Indicates an unhealthy con- Â¬ dition of the scalp which If neg Â¬ lected leads to baldness Dandruff should be cured at once The most effective means for the cure Is found in AVERS HAIR VIGOR It promotes the growth of the hair re- Â¬ stores it tuhen gray or faded to Its original color and keeps the scalp clean and healthy For more thin elcrht an Tv ffrnadv troubled with dandruff and though a young ntn my hair wu fait turning pray and fall- inKouu naiuncsi seemea Inevitable until I began to ally regarded as an annoyance It should be regarded as a disease Its ftanyerous is When dandruff aonearit ft It usu JJandruff GENERAL 1 MERCHANDISE War PriooB aro fighting hard to get recognition from us but we have held our position and1 still mark goods with the lowebt possible figures The market 1b bound to advance and be- Â¬ fore it does we advise all buyers to take advan tage of the reductions wo are offering on all summer goods We want room in our store and we want money To get both we sacrifice profit to geo your trade This opportunity will only last a few weeks for then we Â¬ Â¬ jfyers air 2tpor The dandruff has been entirely removed and my hatr Is now soft smooth and glossy and fast re gnlnlnjr Its original color U TVALLft Allenton Mo MAY SURRENDER And advance Our Prices so that they will be on a level with the market One thing is certain j Is essentials Sympathy with the state as is evidenced by her Belf absorptlon Reciprocity with her natural trade territory as is evidenced by her boycotting the products of the counties that in a larga measure keep up her jobbing trade Unless she takts a tumble to herself and is born again in the spirit she wil never achieve the greatness that has been predicted for her and Mr William A Robinson will have demonstrated to the world that he is a glittering success as a prophet NIT 1 This commuuity has been well repre- Â¬ sented at Freedom during tlio meeting there Society has hedged off the saloon and no man can any longer get there and be genteel Tliis town needs a dealer in tobacco a dealer in hardware and a good general merchntit A very interesting meeting is iu pro- Â¬ gress at Raymond conducted by Key Will English A great quantity of fertilizer is being sold iu this community for tlio fall Bow- Â¬ ing of wheat At last our public roads with few ex- Â¬ ceptions are being put in admirable con- Â¬ dition for trade When fanneis drove the rehandlers of tobacco out of business they crippled their own interest According to the latest parlance among young ladies an occasional beau is called an extra T B Henderson and wifo visited their daugiiter Mrs Amon Kincheloe Har-Â¬ dinsburg last week Lannle Moorman of Owensboro spent last week at Crawford Pates convalesc from an attack of typhoid We believe the United States should hold every island that is large enough for a pumpkin patch Let her expand J P Stewart came down Sunday and returned with his wifo and daughters who have been here on a visit for two weeks Aaron Norton has his annual colt show Sept 3rd and any one desiring to see a nice lot of youngsters will do well to attend Wathen B Henderson oue of our most promising young men now of St Louis is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T B Henderson Mlko Lyddan is completing a largo silo of modern patern and latest design and inevory particular Geo Lyddan is also building one Many reasons could be given why it is best for the tobacco producer to sell his tobacco at home in the hand to the re handler as the custom once existed here The Irvington Medical society will meet at Irvington Wednesday Sept 7 All neighboring physicians are invited whatever OUR PRICES Are they will always bo lower than the rest to attend An interesting meeting is as Â¬ sured The people ot this section Irrespective of age bcx or previous condition of ser- Â¬ vitude turned out en masse last Satur- Â¬ day to seo the cako walk Charloy Rob erson and Jus Brown with their partners were the contestants The cake was awarded to Robertson after a sharp con Â¬ test Competition Does Not Bother JACOB muldraugh Mr II Reeser was in Louisville Satur- Â¬ Ui day Miss Lula Harrington returned home Saturday Mrs B Winterbower is in Louisville for a ft w days Miss Carrie Shaw will return Boon to Nashville to school Miss Lizzie Withers spent a few dtys in Louisville ast week The Misses Burkhart were in town last week from Vine Grove Mrs Brown and Chapman returned home from the city Wednesday Mrs Dourlas and daughter Lillie are the guest of Mrs V P Wlthere We have our new telephone in at Muldraugh when we talk though Mrs Shaw entertained a number of tho young people Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Will Douglas were the A great many farms become worn out and poor because they are guests of Mrs S Harrington last week not properly nourished Tho Boil is not rich enough to feed the crops Mr S Harrington returned home Sun day morning from a weeks visit at Clo Â¬ that are plantod on them What they need is a rich fertilizer verport Misses Beulah and Nellie Winterbower attended the funeral at Garnettsville Tuesday Mrs S Harrington entertained quito a number of guests Sunday The day was Is the richest and most nourishing food that can bo fed to starved soil very much enjoyed by all Mis Brown gavo a social entertain Â¬ It will mako big crops of wheat The Price is Reasonable ment Wednesday eveing in honor of tho bride and groom Mr and Mrs Tom Chambers Miss Mattie Madee Withers enter Â¬ tained beautifully Tuesday in honoj of FOR SALE BY Miss Lula Herrlngton of Cloverport all report a delightful time w MEYxBi BIG SPRING KY mmmmmimmmsmmmmmB Feed Your Farms Experience Proves That Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer The soldiers who fought in this war did not have much need for accident policies jolly and a roast or the weather clerk proposes and old Sol disposes GIVE US CLEAN FAIRS Brkckknmdok county will encourage This is the season of county fairs and home industries by consuming her own it behooves parents to inquire closely hog and hominy this year into the character of the entertainments they provido before they allow their Tiik most vigorous bursts of applause children to attend Many a boy and girl that greet the work done by Secretary tastes first of the fruit of the tree of Alger cornea from Secretary Alger him- Â¬ knowledge at the county fair Many a self man who is a gambler today learned his first lesson in the nefarious art by coming Spain is evidently trying to prove in contact with it on the fair grounds herself to be the exception to the Many a girl innocent and pure has old rule that beggars must not be followed the downward path because she first gazed on wickedness in a tent where choosers a mixed crowd of men and women The good road sentiment in this shamelessly witnessed the lascivious county has produced good results already contortions of the muscle dancers and is an earnest of what will be done in The county fair should not be gotten up as an excuse to allow garableis and the future immoral show men to ply their trado It should not be gotten up to license con- Â¬ Louisville is enjoying her annual scoundrels to rob the farmer carnival of crime just now and things scienceless The county fair should be an educational have come to a pass In that town that it institution Its exhibits of fluo live is dangerous to be safe stock should inspire farmers to grade up the animals on their farms by good The difference between the political breeding Its exhibits of vegetables morals of Mayor Weaver and ex Mayor should teach them the valuo of intensive Todd of Louisville is like unto the farming Its exhibits of farm machinery differenco of tweedle dum and tweedle should educate them in the use value dee and economy of labor saving tools that modern competition make necessary The glory of the star tpangled banner The county fair should be an object that now floats over Manila eclipses the lesson as to the possibilities of agricul- Â¬ gorgeousness of Aguinaldos golden colture It should not be a gambling deu lar with it triangular pendant ornamentor a brothel Where it occupies the ed with the sun and three stars high plane of being educational in its character the farmers craft pride should In seven months of the present year inspire him to giye it a hearty support foreign exports have exceeded imports and self interest should compel his at Â¬ This goes to show that tendance Where it degenerates to the by 1317132801 it takes more than war to keep Uncle level of a hotbed of vice the farmer and Sams hands out of the flesh pote of the his family should shun it as they would world a pest bonse Â¬ ONLY 2000 PER TON HAYNES BRO KENTUCKY STARK 1 D HARNED K he JbLlIipire II JLyXVAJ j I 1 Grain and Fertilizer IIas u stronger Hold Upon the Fanners Than Ever YJ iKttAYWY rkua or DATILE V Teiw lVEtViMv- A Ax i j TrttW IVftlLSUrUvtHDltO itBSSS V ff It dstributes Fertilizer the same time it sows Feed It eaves 15 per cent of the phosphate It does its work well and cost for repairs is lighter than for other machines It is warranted to be of good ma terial and to do the work it is intended to do Â¬ Give our school your heartiest support and it will flourish like a green bay tree educator Trot Hancock la an and with proper encouragement will make Cloverport known far and wide as an educational center te The precedent established by Cleve Â¬ land in hauling down the American flag In Hawaii was repudiated and Hawaii is now an American colony Should the stars and stripes be hauled down in the Fhillipinrs the people will resent tfie mistake and punish the blunderers reading Cloudy and cooler and the sun work log overtime in an effort to crowd the temperature up to 110 degrees It prove owe of two things either the weather ckfk to giving wifwlBK humanity Fortify the body against disease Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ness and all kindred troubles by A Strong Fortification Everybody surrenders to Battle Ax There is no greater hardship than to be prived of your You can get your choice of the Plain Hoe or Disc Drill de- Â¬ THE EMPIRE IS THE BEST IT Party at the Springs That Tar Springs is a popular health resort is demonstrated by the fact that the following persons spont Suuday at Mrs Martin Hendricln Tar Springs Charles Miller and family Tlce Miller and family Miss Nannie Parks of New Madrid Mo Wm Miller Jr and family Battle THE SOIL FEEDSBono Fertilizer makes woak Fine Ground The Fly Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that broughtthemtomy notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col and any one who has once chewed Battle Ax will five up most any thing to get It 10c buys a larger piece of Battle Ax than of any other kind of high grade quality PLUG w soil strong and builds it up bo that inBtoad of being poor itbocomeB rich and produces generous crops Jt contains Nitrogen 1b because of its large prpportion of animal matter Ammonia Phosphoric Acid and Bone Phos Â¬ phate Doctor your farm with a soil enricher that KING OF FERTILIZERS tho FOR EMPIRE DRILLS and With the weather report Tutts Liver Pills WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS Z EXPIRE f Remember the name you buy again Jones Fine Ground Bone Fertilutr lUaVAST XIXTVOXTt c - MMMJIhS3ttUy 3 4 THE BKOKElNmDQEl NEWS OLOYHRPORT ICY tt FLOUR THAT TASTES n The Blood jv V SOME SUGGESTIONS DI0G0NES Would Not Have to Use a Lantern to Find Honest Men In Norway Teaohers Association Si Prominent Kansas Frulf Raiser Tells How to Graft Commercial Apples The llardinsburg Magisterial District Association will convene at llardinsburg Ky Saturday Sept 10th 1808 PROOltAM Opining KxerclMt Organisation Methods ol teaching irliiiiry Grades Miss Maggie Smith Discussion MiuJiilltiCnomsunil II I Jolly Jr K Ilaimon Advanced Kraillne nnil SK lllnf Oray Discussion Mitt Kllrn Stilh enrK and Miss Marr Kennedy latmuage Work Mitt Alice Brown Ditcustlon Mrt II M Miller Frank and LewitDilln Norm Arithmetic S inple and denominate numlteri Sidney Owen Iractiont H W Iale iporge tlmv Discussion The Teacher Life and llahlit J II II Iogan TcnchieV Relation to the Slate Jno 1 llnswellJr Organisation of the resiling Circle Adjiurnnient DIGKS BEST A People who care for llavor and wholcsoiiieiiiSK well aH OF THE WHEAT tho looks of thoir bread will appreciate this brand E D Smith of Kansas writing for the ld r Dr If X Txinncn li s Wis Jane 18 1994 Frodonla N Y 1885 1 had akin eruption en Dtar tlrelr coTerlnl foot and leg to knee so bad tho discharge would 1111 my slipper to run nlng orer In a half day Mo one knows how 1 suffered All doctor and patent medicine employ- Â¬ ed tailed to benefit mo and the eruption con Â¬ tinued to spread In this dlstrossod condit Â¬ ion I finally began the use of your Blod and LtrerBomcdy and Norre Tonic and after using 0 bottles together with as many boxes of your Salt llheum Ointment relief was established I kept on however until I had usedI10 bot Â¬ tles In allot tho ulood Ilemody and of alter Â¬ nated with It occasionally a bottle 1 your had Kidney aad Backacho Cure until takon J bottles of It A perfect cure resulted WtiramoHTnE Sirn American Agriculturalist says Nurserymen never use can be root for grafting if obtained At lifting time nil Hpple spedlliig roots aro assorted Into three No 1 contains all roots 10 in long lotr and 1 10 In diameter at collar No 2 all broken roots mid lens than It 10 diameter that will make one graft No Stall refuse roots No 1 will make more grafts per 1000 roots than No 2 hut tho last will grow a larger pur conl of those planted for there will be mora collar grafts In those made from No 2 than No 1 as root and scion will unite better at collar than d below OHARLES 0 MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Nest door above Payne 3t Coi Cloverport Breckenridge WRDNE8DAY News 24 1898 AUGUST FALLS OF ROUGH Greens guests have flown Plenty of rain and a line corn crop Col i fc 1i Mr Hughes will go to Louisville soon Col Green has returned from LouisÂ¬ i Double worked trees aro hardier than simple root grafts That Ib hardy trees root grafted and top worked as for in Â¬ stance Duchess root giafted in tho ordi- Â¬ nary manner and then used for a stock upon which to graft a tender variety as Maiden Blush Simple top working a seedling will not increuso hardiness for only comparatively few s edllngs are hardy Scioua should be put nway full length an cut from thu tree for there is When less liability to become dry ready to graft cut with slope and tongue ready to fit together from 100 to 300 bcIodb cut them C to 0 in in length and throw out on the table Trim all side roots from a root cut slope and tongue at collar select a scion as near as popnl ble tho same size flB the root crowd them together closely and cut off the root 2 in In length Repeat till the root is need up For tlelng use No 10 tidy cotton drop a ball into hot grafting wax A long scion and short root Is best for then the joint is well below ground and the scion will throw out more roots North of 40lb parallel 75 per cent of the seedlings will winterkill the first winter hence the necessity of having the Fcion rooted Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Caseurcts Cundy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean bj stirring up the lazy liver ana driving all inv purities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascurcts beauty for ten cents All drug- WELL DICTATE America Will Had Abraham Lincoln lived in Norway or Sweden probably he would never have been known to the world as Honest Abe because there honesty Is bo common as to attract no attention Travellers tell us that at the railway restaurants pAfwengera help themselves to whatever they wish and then rowrt what they have eaten and pay for the same without any question being asked A persons word is always taken and he Ih never watched Oil tho steamboats alter each meal a traveller writes down In a largo book what he has eaten When ready to go ashore he calls a waitress who alllxes a price to tach item adds up the amount rec lyes the money and puts it in htr pocket When filled she gives the money without counting to tho stewardess Instead of making them careless they are more scrupulously honest than any other nation in the world Â¬ Remarkable Reicue Mrs Michael Curtain Plalntleld III mnkts the statement that she caught shu cold which settled on her lungs was treated for o month by her family physician but grew worse He told her that she was a hopeless victim of con- Â¬ sumption and that no medicine could euro her Her druggist suggested Dr ivings New Discovery for Consumption for Fifty Cent shu bought a bottle and to her delight Guaranteed lobaeio habit cure make weak found herself benefitted from first dose 60c II All druggists mcu stront blood pure She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well Teachers Association now does her own housawork and is as Tim Bewleyville Magisterial District well as she ever was Free trial bottles will convene at Bethel Church Saturday Hay Â¬ of this Great Discovery at 8hort Sept 10th 18U8 9 a lit CO centB nes Drug Store Large bottles IMIOGIIAM Opening Hxercise and 1 00 Organization Mitt Myra Ilanka 1iimary Heading Travel a Little II McCubbina I buppleincntaty Reading easily Discuition Herman lay Rd ItooW cisu K layne Farmers are sometimes more swindled and buncoed than most other Arithmetic Simple Compound Nmnbert J II Hick property holders because often they V A btith Kractiona have had no chance to see tho world and Common and DecimalGeo Hook II K Malthewa S deep sometimes are Disunion to learn how skin Noon politeness intelligence and plausible Trustees Hour Key A mau must scratch through the Shall the truttie bo compensated ways George Morris C llDrury II II Mcvarnish on a few scamps before he learns Coy T U Henderson Jno Lyddan to know the kind and experience late in Language Work Miss Myrtle Ctutcher life is often costly A young man who History Methods of Teaching Miss Mattie Hook is to spend most of his life in tho coun- Â¬ Association try ought to travel a little or at least Discussion Primary Grammar and Composition term of study away from his take a Miss Ilorence Cain Such might prove the native town Organization of Heading Circle Miscellaneous most valuable and practical part of his To the patrons trustees and all who education wish to enouroge education are kindly YD 1U1 ou8ut t0 know that when suffer requested to come out to Bethel church I U ing from any kidney trouble that n the 17th of September and assist in a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney the good cause The teachers of the Cure Guaranteed or money refunded district will remember that the law and R A your contract demand your attendance A R Fisher Cloverport Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay- Â¬ Yours Respectfully nes Patesville W E Witt Hardins Andrew Dkibkkll Pres burg RAILROAD MAN Â¬ We cordially Invite all persons inter ested In the cause of education to visit our Association and thereby prote to the teitcburs and olliceis of thu public schools that you do Indorse our feeble effurtH In trying to dispel Ignorance Tho teachers of this district will remem ber that nothing short of a certificate of disability will bo received as an excuse for absence Wu hope to have the pre sence of the trusteed of tach district The teachers of thu other magisterial Districts are expected to attend when convenient The principal thing to be considered is the reading circle Yours Respectfully Andrew Driskell Pres Â¬ Â¬ T7AE UN1TEP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOWA it OUR NAVY A tf Ilottr That Cannot lie Excelled It is mndo of selected wheat and contains nil tho gluten there is in the grain will find this ilour a suro panacea Tlieo two hrands aro made by tho Suflororri from dyspepsia BEST FLOUR MILL IN JJRECKENRIDGE COUNTY Thoroughly remodeled new machinery installed new bolting cloths added capacity increased to 50 Ixtrrols improved swing sifter and purifier that clenns and grades tho wheat bus been put in tho mill Custom trado entered to and solicited Wholesalo trade invited to buy our puro Hour and thus pleaso customers DANIEL DICK S Miller and Wheat Buyer ADDISON KY ville Miss Hughes left for the city Mon- Â¬ Ilcnuty Is Illooil Deep day Miss Â¬ Jennie Green has gone away on GEO YEAKEL GOS - i 5 V an extended visit Mrs Moredean and children have re- Â¬ turned to Louisville Joe Jones was the guest Mr Robert Chambliss Sunday Miss Kate Butler was a guest of tho Misses Chambliss Sunday Mrs Kobards is expecting some guests from Hardlnsburg soon Only a few more crops of wheat In this neighborhood to threanh Mr David Chambliss was the guest of Miss Cora Wingate Sunday We miss the nice music at the church while Miss Mary Peyton is away Beautiful Mies Helen Armstrong re Â¬ turned to her city home last week Little Misses Mamie and Ruby Stone are visiting relatives in Fordsvllle Miss Atlie Jones of Rock Vale was married to a Mr Tomson Aug Cth Miss Haynes of Whitevilln Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ben Storms Mrs Mercer visited her sister Mrs Sam Parson of Louisville last week Misa Mary Peyton left Friday morn Â¬ ing for Bewleyvllle Big Springs and Louisville Mrs Matilda Stone of Shreyo Ohio county is visiting her son Mr M W Stone Bro Overton preached here Saturday and Sunday to a comfortable filled house The doctor may dream of a pretty girl whom he may remoinber residing in Haweaville Mrs Jones of Louisville and Mrs Clayromb of Lodiburg were guests of Mr Frank Sunday Mrs Eya Klper of MoDahlels Is ex- Â¬ pected to visit Mrs Kitty Davison aud family this week A certain old batchelor will have to wear a crape badge over his heart as his sweetheart married another man Mrs Beasley and daughter Miss Lu clle of St Augustine Fia is the guest of her niece Mrs Frank Poyton Little Miss Kate Low and a little of Louisville are the friend Eva guests of Mrs Smith Querterinous Misses Maud and Llllis Rhodes and a married sister of Owensboro weio called to the deathrbed of their father last week Mrs JoneB of Louisville and lr and Mrs Olaycorab of Lodiburg were vislt lu their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Travers Herendon of Ohio couuty last 4 198 50 Tow 4 3c m PRICES Great 5c 75 pes Lawns Organ- Â¬ dies Crepo Mulls were sold at 10c and 15c as long as they last at above price plete 10c 25 pairs window Control Tropical Staples With Cuba independent under Amer Â¬ ican guardianship and Porto Rico ceded our trade with these islands will be free and the trade of every AVpst Indian Island will be ruined Not one can grow tobacco make sugar or provide tropical products for our markets in com- Â¬ petition with these islands Either the rest of thu West Indies roust follow suit and seek like reciprocal relations with this country or they must see their plantations ruined But this economic change is but half tbo advantage won by the United States Our continental area produces all but Cuba Porto Rico tropical products and one must add Luzon furnish every torpical product known In a couple of years Cuba and Porto Rico will be making half of the 2 400000 tons of In five siiRRr this country imports years they will be making it all Ger Â¬ man bounty augur will have a rival which will drive U out of a market to which it now supplies 800000 tons a year Coffee will follow sugar particu- Â¬ larly in Porto Rco Given these tropi- Â¬ cal islands and tho United States can diatate terms to the trade of Europe or of South America Philadelphia Press Linen Suits nicely made good thing for hot weather Sizes 34 to 43 Hartshorn shades com- Â¬ with fixtures Ctlioe Worth double the price Lawns and Worth 5c Come quick wont fast long 100 pes U Safety W nfrVi Wnnl Wtrcra CiMnArana nnrl nil nnnnti t nrnrliino nr ViirrViont mnrlrnr nrirn Oo Brandenburg Ky Geo Yeakel for our Specials from time to time v Be Kind to Your Horse Comfort On a very hot day keep a sponge a towel or your handkerchief soaked with pure cold water on tho top of your Predicts That An Era of Unprecedented Prosperity Is Ahead Â¬ Louisville aid Evansvillc Mall Una Between Breckenridge lornial College Horses head If your horses back is sore use pure cold water on it freely every time the saddle is removed In hot weather be sure your check rein is loose and your horse frequently water Â¬ ed Iu hot weather a mouthful of grass ora piece of bread or a cracker will help your horse wonderfully For Sir week Mr Charlie Rhodes of Chicago III who was hastily summoned Iioiiih on ac Â¬ count of the severe Illness and death of his father remained till after tho funer Â¬ al called on a few friend and returned last week Poor Dr Harris he will have to put on hta thinking cap aud get down to business to while away the long tedious hours of the lonely month that must in Â¬ tervene ere another summer dawns which may herald the return of the beautiful hutteilbes from the city Mr Leslie Brack took Miss Ball Davl-oa to the party Friday evening It was oiily a summer flirtation she meant nothing aud now abulias gone back to resume the threads of her life where slie left off a few months ngo ami enter ajtalH Into the whirl and glety of the city dissipation Quite a number frou here attended u oandrupper at Henry Butlers Ruth Station Friday night Miss Kate Butler libttopa and Mr Joe Jones boat about swveaty flve guest among tiein were Mrs Sam Morgan Misses Bello Davison KatoDayiflon Mollle Huynes flattie SUrwaH Messrs Sam Morgan Leslie Late Heauchamp Bfaefc Jeff Davison Ksfestt Ctumbliea and etc They all Um to have had a good time Jim OJLWVOKZiL fQ IN AIK rikt CVJtfc 0 WB isTW tPkyk broken surfaces sores insect hiten bu rns skin diseases aud especially piles thore Is one reliable remedy De Wltts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for DoWltta dont accept counter- Â¬ feits or frauds You will not be disap To Consumptives pointed with De Witts Witch Hnzel As an honest remedy Foleys Honey Salve Short it Haynes aud Tar docs not hold out talse hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to ROME IND give comfort and relief in tho very worst cases and in eaily stages to effect a cure Rome ought to feel proud that she has R A Shell A R Fisher Cloverport Haynes for her guests tho Lieutenants wife and mau Stephensport Gordon sister Patesville E A Witt llardinsburg accompanied by his Runolds V daughter Clara attended church at the REMEMBER THIS Universallst church Sunday Mrs Ida Bagot of Hardin Grove ac Kills Lice and Disinfects Poultry Dry Dust companied by Mrs Lucile Price aud sis-Â¬ Houses ter Helen of Buffalo N Y wero the guests of Mrs Fannto Groves on Sunday The fine dry dust on the roads which Is such a nuisance to the traveler is a A Howling Sncoeis blessing to the poultryman It is an ad Wherever properly introduced Dr mirable absorbent and used under the Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure for rooBta and mixed with the droppings it constipation has met witli a phenomen Â¬ preserves tho volatile properties of the al sale Many druggists cannot say hen manure increasing in a very mater Â¬ ouough in praife of its merits aa well as ial degree tho fertilizer made by the In iU great popularity with the people flock Used in a dust bath it penetrates lOo trial slza und til lu oUj ami 100 the feathers of the fowls and stops up the sizes of CliaaO Mattlu air passages of thu parasites that dwell DRUBB1NQ on the bodies and hide among the feath era of the hens thus promoting the com- Â¬ fort und health of the fowls Used on liven Spain Has Cost Uncle Sim So the floors and about the house It assists Far 150000000 in destroying little mites that hide in the Â¬ cracks and corners of the building reA though the war with Spalu lasted moves noxious odors und exhalations aud makes the poultry house a healthy only 114 days it is estimated that it has home for It featheied occupants Instead cost the Government so far 150000000 of a disease breeding prison It pays to of which 08000000 has been actually gather aud use road dust which is plenti Â¬ paid out of the Treasury ful everywhere The appropriations made by Congress on account of the war aggregated about One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo 1300000000 aud cover the time to Jan Â¬ ple by its quick cures and children may uary 1 18SK take it in laigi quantities without tho You Can Depend On It least danger It has won for itself the bbt reputation of any perparatlon used that Foleys Collo Cure Is an instant re- Â¬ to day for colds croup tickling in the lief for colic summer complaint cholera morbus diarrhoea bloody flux chronic throat or obstinate coughs Short bilious cholera infantum diarrhoea Hayms colic painters collo and all bowel com- Â¬ ImmcMe Lose plaints A R Fisher Cloverport R A Hay Â¬ America Is the most thickly wooded Hhellmau Stephensport Gordon quatter of the globe but the extoneive nes Patesville E A Witt Hardins lumber trade and the annual destruction burg of thousands of acres by flro is causing a ttlghsst BulldlBjo rapid denudation The official figures The Alpiue Clubhouso oa Mont Rosa fo the United States alone show a yearly Â¬ loss of over 10 000 000 acres valued at in the Alps in probably at a greater alti over 25000000 Tennessee leading with tude than any other building ia the while the lowln the Indian WQtld Its foundation stones are exactly 0850tt0 acr above Vb km 12000 was 1000 Â¬ Â¬ Major J T Haraban of the Illinois Central Railway in an interview iu the Commercial Appeal of Memphis gave it as hia opinion that as soon as the war is brought to an end a period of unprece- Â¬ dented prosperity will set in The open ing up of Cuba and Porto Rico to Ameri Â¬ can capital and labor will provide for eacli remunerative fields of industry Cuba though rich beyond computation is a desolate land to day and It never has beeu more than one third developed It is governed by customs and sentiments that b ilong to the remote post and as soon as American push enorgy and gen Â¬ ius am given play it will become indeed the Gem of the Antilles Porto Rico is more advanced and has suffered less from Spanish rulo The people of tho island are more progressive and intelli- Â¬ gent As soou as they have modern laws and modern business methods in- Â¬ troduced thoy will leap forward along the lines of progress American capital is already preparing for the invasion of these islands Â¬ Packet Line Fait IIARDINSBURG KY Louisville and Evansville SXKAMEKS Fifth Annua Session OpensSept598 AND CONTINUES FORTY WEKKS viz Preparatory Scientific HusincHn aud Teachers We receiyo students and thoroughly prepare them lor entrance to the boot University Classes Our Teachers receive First class County Certificates Many receive aStato Certificate or State Diploma E F M G KAGON Matter W A Blihop Parser Kyan It sustains Four Courses TARASCON D L Penny Matter L T Conner Purser TELL CITY R II llallard Master W O Newboll Pnrter Many improvements have been made during the past year the Library Inrreaeed and the Seme Iabratory Work has been prepare Courses of Study revised P D STAGGS Hoard TUITION From 2 00 When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary article to have with you after your pocket book la a bottle of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of water You are likely to need It A R Haynes Fisher Cloverport Gordon Patesville R A Shellman Stephens port E A Witt llardinsburg Daily exoept Saturday between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by thti line dellrered qulok er than by rail Travelers will find the iteamen are unsur passed In equipment and accommodations The bett cullnarjr are employed at oooks and he menu lt equal to that of the bett hotels Oeneral offices 176 and 178 4th Avenue LouliTllIe D L PKNNY Bupt O V Williams W W to 2f0 per week S0IER TERM Address all communications to Â¬ J 7846 H B LOGAN laoo LOGAN COLLEGE KY HITS Prei Ono of the Best Uuildinja in the State Woll equipped Faculty from the great schools of this country and Europe T P A OwHnaboro Kv RUSGELVILLE A G MURPHY President Â¬ LITERARY NOTES The blight of free trade The bless ings of protection Is the title of a document just Issuod by the American ProÂ¬ tective Tarill League This document clearly demonstrates the effect of the system of Free Trade under the Wilson TarilF and of Protection under the Ding ley Tariff It is based on the result of tint Tariff Lt agues Industrial Consus ami should be in the hands of every vo- Â¬ ter Seven copies to any address for six cents Atldress W F Wakeman Gen Â¬ eral Seer tary No 136 West 23d Street New York Â¬ Â¬ Fifteen miles from Louisville ISb feet highor Handsome building all modern conveniences I leal location Refined home and surroundings Strong faculty from leading universities and conservatories Rates very moderate Write and ask Twonty sixth year begins Monday September 12 RKV T S McCALX President KENTUCKY COLLEGE11 or YOUNG LADIES PEE WEE VALLEY KY ni BBaaaaaaaaaaaEtSi WANTED Agent or Branch Manager In every city or town Lil SALARY A OUARANTGED CURB FOR HUNTER TAILORING Opium Habits and Drunkenness Korull particulars address Made Tit iiiuruntccd PANTS 300 incuts kept SUITS SIOOOTOaOOOr to Morphine and Cocaine 6 wuu Q lor ouu ycur HlilrtMiiminiHcltiutONliuri J ritia of rO500 COoo und 111 Of COMMISSION repair Riir- - ciiAHtn Ortelyi 378 Day ol Death story of of those 27H days of The true suderiug by Greelya heroic little band of explorers in the Arctic region has been told by General Greely himself fur the first time for the October Ladles For years General Home Journal Greely has kept an unbrokon silence about his fearful expoilence and that of his companions as they dropped dead one by one at his side and it was only after the greatest persuasion that the fatndua explorer was induced to write the story General STEVE P IIOLCOMBE No 128 Jitter son St Louisville Ky tt533ptt3CSrf3 BrVNK or Samples anil solf measure blanks sunt by mail 3S3S3SSa--3- All Correspondence blnctlr Confidential J HHunsche Mr Oclocks Family HAEDIlirSBURG Trtry bt et Ivl An Irishman out in Illinois by the II F UEARD President nemo of OGlock Is the father of 13 child WILL MILLER Vice President ren After finding names for eight of M II UEARD Cast ler the offsprings as they made their nr pearance with a regularity that was all OW BEABI IHrartor but phenomenal the parents began to MOKHIS KSKHIDUK J0TLY according to tlnlr con- Â¬ R designate them Doal Tobarro SpU aud Stnoka loir Ufa secutive numbers as Nine Ten etc INTEREST PAID AN TIME 0EP8SITS mug To quit tobacco eaully und torerer be One of the sons recently lias been ap Â¬ iietlo lull of life nerro und vigor take luowniidor worker that makes neaktnen pointed postmaster or his town and lie Hfl OR CALDWELLS strong All drugglits0uorll Cure guaran now signs his official papers Ten J teed Booklet and sample free Addrea fHrllBc tuned C CURES INDISK8TION Cht4e or Kew York OOJock V M Findlay lake The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with laj Â¬ Bre f SYRUP pcPsiN Casper May Co OANNJCLTON IXD 4 Breckenridge WKDNFflDAY THI BReKHLNRIEKSrKL NalffS OkOVRRPOBT KY m News A FEW REFLECTIONS ON THE SUIJECT U OF PEACE A ROMANCE AUGUST 24 1808 BY WILLIS LEONARD CLANAIIAN Sparklln on tht horny hand Of yer Uncle like a ruby It that jewel of a land Weepra lertle I lie o Cuby Mallet an awful loto lu llout that Ulan heap o bother IIke VI the nut one rf u An he wui her dotln father Guess her woesU disappear Now that Unci Sam her broken Ilondt at held er year to year Aid o mighty guns Invokln Nolhln like them guns o hltn To putada a tyrant coward Tn release from murky prlion Weak una he het overpowered Ef he docinl mind at fut Make em talk a leetle louder Shells It awful wen they butt Lota o arjeyment In powder Aliui hate the name o war Never tried no no tort o nghtin Ulooda a thing at 1 abhor Lest theres wrongs at need arlghtin Then I blieve IIke a case o bloody murder Pightin like tarnation tin Till the foe cant bear no lurder Then I blieve In killin men Jesez neum riled ol Spain up Hut we would nt a lit er then Ef she hadnt blowed the Maine up Ef your Uncle whom they praises lied a paused hed been a booby Hut he fit like hell an Mates Incidental freein Cuby Never stopped to ask em why To a climate damp an stewy Sent u ships an winked Mi eye Lellthe cause with Mr Dewey Let er got Says to Sampson So he mowed cm down et clean ti Cuttin bread er slicin dough On the coast aloig Cardenas In aetchcrdun DYSPEPSIA could eat nothing DCPalit In Its ont form Imy stomach would milk toat and at times I not retalnand digest even that Last March I taking CASOARKTS and alnce then until I am as well at I hiSe steadily Improved ever was In m Netki 0 w m -- m CANDY CATHARTIC THADIMMN Plesasnt Quod IleTer Sicken Weaken or Grip Potent Taw Good 10c JScttW CON8TIPATION CURE Ttfi Ml Hrilt -- T Ow Cklr Palatable Bold and HOmO IwC juts to OTJKKTobacoo UablU guaranteed by all drag Koln In BULLETS Better Than Bibles Declares an tric Mooiler Eccen- Â¬ William Holder of Lynnville la a thrifty farmer well known In Warrick and adjoining counties in Indiana He has been prominent in the religiouB life of his community but since the Spanish war broke out his convictions have un- Â¬ dergone a radical change He atserta that it is better that his children should bo expert marksmen rather than Bible students and he is using the leaves of his bible with which to kindle fires In his judgement American gunners have done more good in Cuba and the Philip pines in 80 days than the Bible has been able to accomplish in 100 years and for this reason the sword and the gun will have first honors in the rearing of his Mr Holder has always been family respected for his uprightness and the strength of his religious convicion His new departure has caused intense sur- Â¬ prise Bobbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver ot Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually grow Â¬ ing weaker day by day Three physi cians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for throe weeksf and am now a well man I know tiiey saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fall to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Short it Hnynes Drugstore Â¬ Never stopped toask em whys Never felt a mlnnit skeery Dropped a note to Mr Schl y DitTI and down went ol Cervery I Never paused to think It nut Says to Shafler Git the Dago Up the hill wllh dtlnin shout Went the boys at bantligo Says to Miles et el to prove He can be es smooth an tricky I a time to move Er the Don Spose you capture 1orter Itkky Only way to fight Is fight Thsts the way your Uncle goes It Kf yere right yere shorely right Kl yere wrong the people know it Thats the reason Cnbys free Thats why wc knocked em sidy Over yonder crost the tet In the waters oft Manilly Got no grudge agtn the Spaniel Says yer Uncle burs anStrlRs Aint a poslnes no Daniel While his lectin sword he wipes But e I wuijes remsrkln leopte mus respek my sons Kr theyll hear an awful barkln From the larnyx ol my guns Wont enduruno further foolin Sence my blood Is good an hot With no likelihood o coolln Fight agin ez lief e not Im the unlverssl agent of the Clviliied an Free Tickets good for Glorys pageant Mus be countersigned by me Spain is done for Im contented Iut the noisy guns away Hide the sword Although its dented Itll serve anotherday Dont ferget though peace is pleasin Im the frisky ol kioodle Whatll fight till hell Is freezln Per the sake o Yankee Doodle St Louis lost Diipatch OF THE WAR Will A Beautiful Trains leave Louisville as follows A O S W B Bast St LouisRAILWAY Clnelnoatl and the Welti No so No Louisville a 35am ajam It Ar Cincinnati Jjara 645am 16 i S 1 Sec His Mother After Forty Years Indians Steal a Matt Who Is Now One of Torreya Fighters J Present ftjuHocooticT t gmmKEmmJlJVmJmmtlmmlmmlmmm and lha No 2 iWEf THEY THINK US GIANTS Porto Ricans Astonished at the Size of Our Men and Mules Think We are the Biggest Footstool Thing on the causes SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Bladder idncys and A dispatch from Ponce Porto Ilico says The people of this part of the Island look upon Americans as a race of giants and tiiey seem to have a firm conviction that not only ate we a great nation and a big people but that every- Â¬ thing connected with us is made upon the same grand scale There are good reasons for their having arrived at these conclusions The first NEW WAR SONQ The Children Sang It With a Vim at Sunday School They have a new superintendent at one of the Washington Sabbath schools says the Post a man who is an earnest worker ami an energetic leader just the person in fact for the position and its only the levity of youth that makes the members of the Bible class grin when ever he begins to speak It happened this way The new superintendent is energetic as I said before and on the first Sunday of his term of office he de termined to give the infant class an ob- Â¬ ject lttsou concerning the church militant Now children said he were going to siig a real war song and I want you all to march like real soldiers of the Loid while we sing it I will pass dowp the center isle and I want you all to pass out of your Beats and follow me All ready now children and try to sing as if you meant it Together now Then he marched down the aisle sing Â¬ ing with all the fervor imaginable Â¬ Â¬ 1 bee the mighty hou advancing Satan leading on DoWitts 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 deceive you when you call for DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short Haynes SAD STORY Of Daniels Boones er The great granddaughter of Daniel being cast into the streets recently Miss Grace Boone is the daughter of Anna Boyle Boone the authoress and has a brother in the volunteer army He was her sole means of support She had been endeavoring to secure work even of a menial sort but was unsuccessful She was unable to pay her room rent of 1 25 and would have been diMjtossessed had not her case been made known to the society that looks after tltoee deprived of support by the war When rescued she was almost starved And she Is only among the many similarly situated in this great center of sunshine and shadow New York Tribune Boone was saved from of the century Is the home Oraphopbone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound Oue can arrange a full program of tho most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Grupbophonu one can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought an low m 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the COLirXWA PlIONOGBAlIl Marvelt of a Oraphopbone One of the wonders of the end Co No Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 010 O troops which landed at Port Ponce were the Third Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry and these were followed by the Second Wisconsin and Sixteenth Pennsylvania Probably nowhere in the whole army could one find a similar number of men of equal stature The Wisconsin men are particularly large and each one of them would make just about two of the Porto Kiconians These natives are a little people and lightly built Many of the Wisconsin and Pennsylvania men stand two inches or more abeve six feet in height It happens also that many of the members of Gen Wilsons staff are large men and some of them like Capt A P Gardner and Lieut Fred S Titus are noted as Bthletea With these big men and officers to furnish them their first impressions the coming of our horses and mules and wagons clinched the idea that we were gigantic without any loophole for argument The Porto liiconlaus have plenty of horses and mules but every one of them seems to come of a race which was stunted ages ago That they are tough and serviceable every one agrees but the horses and mules also are but little larger than a good sized don Â¬ key The horses are thin and agile and the Spanish thoughtlessness which is equivalent to cruelty keeps them goaded along so that they never have time to pick up flesh The nmlea which we brought are par- Â¬ ticularly fine specimens of our native product and as hundreds after hundreds of them were landed hitched to army wagons and set to work tho natives stared and stared at them in wonder They could be heard talking of the great Bize and strength of the animals as one passed along the streets but it was not until yesterday that any of them took means to show his astonishment at the size of the men Among the big and handsome men of Gen Wilsons staff is Major Hoyle the ordinance ollicer He Is tall and although trim In figure solid He step Â¬ ped into a native shop yesterday to get some matches After he had been wait Â¬ ed on and was about to go out the pro- Â¬ prietor beckoued to him The gesture Major Hoyle says was such as a back country storekeeper in America would use to indicate that he wanted you to step into a back room and try a nip of moonshine whisicey Major Hoyle says he has accepted such invitations fre quently but upon this occasion it was his intention to refuse and he was brushing up the Spanish in his mind to say so when the mans manner overcame his scruples and he followed him in They went through a winding passage and presently emerged into a back apartment Here however Instead of finding a bottle with whiskey clear as water sucli as the moonshiner makes there stood some platform scales and the snopkteper with anxious look motioned for Major Hoyle to step upon It Major Hoyle may have been disappointed but he did not bettay it and being good natured he got upon the scales The native manipulated the weights until the scale balanced at 105 pounds Then with wide open eyes he looked over the fine proportions of the Major and ex Â¬ claimed in wonder Mocha I Mucbal When you call for DaWitta Witch Hue Salve the great pile cure doat accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles lor Short it Haynea ofM tor own Disorder of these important organs Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything Berious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease bos fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Toblets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in actiou on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat theso tab- Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents andjjl THEY ATE HORSE Cute Trick Played on Yankees by the r That truth is stranger than fiction is again proven in the curious story of how r a trooper in Torreys wild riders regimont J found his mother after forty years The trooper Tom Williams Troop K at Jacksonville left last weok for Fort Meade Florida to see a mother whom he has thought dead for many years She is now 84 years of age and she will exact reproductions of the 10000 originals by Muvllle which will be given see a boy she has modrned for many you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below years These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of Many years ago tho family lived on tho advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No border Indians made a raid and killed manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its with The mother Williams father customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in heroic spltlt bravely fought off the the manner specified The subjects are killing several when she was Indians American Wild Ducks American Pheasant knocked down by tho mercilless blows English Quail English Snipe of a tomahawk wielded by a red demon Tom then a youngster of 7 or 8 was The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural at life Each taken with the band He lived with Plaque is bordered with a band of gold them and was for a year of two subjected to the worst kind of treatment He bears ELASTIC STARCH How scars where slits were made and skin has been the standard for as years torn off by the inhuman red skins in All purchasers of three 10 cent or six G cent pnekaarcsot Elastic Starch their efforts to harden him He also TWENTY TWO MILLION Flat Iron Brand aro entitled to re ccIyo from their grocer one of these forgot the English language packages of this brand were sold beautiful Game Plaques free The One day the band be was with met de Â¬ plaqaes will not bo sent by mall last year Thats how good it is They can be obtained only from your feat and he was rescued br the whites rroeer ASK YOUR DEALER It took several years to win him back to Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch to show you the plaques and tell Ho was then a strong civilization Do not delay This offor you about Elastic Starch Accept is for a short time only healthy youth of 18 or 20 He took up no substitute the cowboys pursuit and lived in He enlisted under Col Wyoming Torrey and came Here In some manner his strange story leaked out and in somo way his old BD SHOULD mother now living at Fort Meade South Florida 200 miles south of here was in- Â¬ Because it is placed here by the formed of it She communicated with 11 NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS friends here Williams was informed of the fact that his mother still lived In for the benefit of the public that they may know less than twenty hours he secured a where to go to get the best dental work at the very J furlough and he left to see his old moth- Â¬ lowest price ssIsbbbbbb TFCTH er It was a a ueer story and bis com- Â¬ We extract teetb 25 cents without pain aJsaWaWai WITH OU f PLATES rades crowded to the depot to see him off maxe a good set 01 anuiciai iccin ior w and wish him all manner of good luck Teeth filled with sold and platinum alloy 75 and good wishes 50 Teeth filled with amalgam t KimwoEi JCjIHrXJfCf FREB for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flatlron Brand To induce you to try this brand of starch so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and ecotv omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Columbus II Ijani Pittsburg oajpm Washington y 50am 1 3jra Ilattlinora Philadelphia 10 15am 340 pm New York Is nn SSJP Ar llostqn 300pm 903pm Nratn No 16 has elairiint Pullman Hulfct 1arlAr to Cincinnati and Drawing room blasysr and Car dining cars Cincinnati to Washlngloa Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No iS haa elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining pars Cincinnati to New York without Change Train No so has sltepers to Cincinnati open at p oclock to receive passengers Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 6JJJirtl II ojprft 5 5Jpm Tsjam 650am It loam 49i i t GAME PLAQUES St LshIs Ssrlsgfleld No so asaUe Weti No 16 H Lv Louisville Ssjam ejsam 640pm ArStLoula is3onn Ar Springfield 840pm 033am- North Vernon accomodation leavea at J Is a m dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at j to p sn except Sunday Trains No 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis No 441 laopm 7 1 sain f y W v TKAINS ARRIVE To Got Thorn From West City Ticket office southeast corner Fosrth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates lime on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining can etc address It S BROWN District Pass ft Ticket Agent B OS WR 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSDROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O D VARFEL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio it From East 5 am 3 7 as sum so a m pm 7 ar am is 15 pm 6 40 pm ta 15 noon 640 r rU Henderson Route LouisTille Henderson Si Lsnii Ej No Cc 1 Time Card la Effect Jtiae 20 97 East Bound Ly St Louis Kvansvllle Henderson bpntUville Cloverpnrt Stenhensport IrvuiKton Brandenburg- Arr Louisville West Bound Louisville Brandenburg Iryington Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro-bpottsville Henderson Evansvlll ArrSt Louis Lv No 4J No 44 4C IK ff lflTEBEST EllIIDII 9nlbof llawesvill 11 1 IV 11 1 V III 766am fl50am 220pm 248 JB 3 7 758 818 344 4 40 917 945 603 10 07 522 1045 6 03 12 621 1235pm 745 11 245am 310 328 400 460 610 525 6 57 JWpm 617 730 43 No 45 No 4I No 450pm 823pm 609 931 643 962 1021 720 10 36 739 1035 804 1068 11 35 11 48 9 C5 1217pm 947 1223am 10 10 1240 1215 730am 851 915 961 1011 1 Made Gentlemen a New Man Teeth filled with pure gold of 100 Him 13 1897 A and up UJjM 53 15 10 40 1 15 732 720 Bryan Omo Jan from indigestion I had been suffering Had a poor appetite and could not eat any tiling containing grease and had constantly a worn out feeling After UBlng three 50c bottles of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I am now able to eat anything my appetite craves and can say it has made a new man of me Eli Bowkk Chas C Martin druggist Fed to Soldiers Tho army of 10000 men at Camp Merritt consumed last month 304011 pounds of fresh beef 48170 of bacon 390878 of flour 13898 of baking powder 3474 of beans 1158 of rice 277058 of potatoes 09489 of onions 27790 ot coffee 5212 of sugar 13898 of salt 3474 of viuegar and 809 of pepper they used 5212 pounds of candles and 13898 of soap From these figures a slight idea may be gained of the work of the Com Â¬ missary Department A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable nnd just what is wanted It acta at once Short Haynes guarantee given with etery filling We have been established n Louisville for over ten year Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky P A rlL at Y LeT A Make no mltake but get in the right place Our system of making gold crown and bridge Horlc or teeth without plate is the bestknown to the profession All trains run Ihrotiph SnlM to TCvncwtlU Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvansvllle and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvinjgton Sot Fordsville and liardintburg daily except Sunday H C MOIIDUE A G P A Louisville Ky reoplefromabroadcaucomelnthemorningnndweartheirnewteethhomcsameday L I fit St L Rv FordsYlfle Brand LsJt RATE8 Tha most centr ll looataal TIME TABLE Ne 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun 30 1897 East Bound Train Dally ex Sun No 1 7 42 I Spaniards There are two ways of looking at the value of horseflesh here since the Amer Â¬ ican occupation says a Santiago dispatch Gen Shatters report says 143 horses were turned oyer by Gen Toral as the sum total of tho Spanish cavalry under his command It is well known that 1000 is nearer the number that should have been turned over When Santiago surrendered on July 17 11000 Spaniards stood in urgent need first of food second of cash So a goodly number of sinewy chargers and tough old war horses were put to the sword and distributed at fancy prices to the inns and chop houses of the district for the especial benefit of the Americans who were made to pay for their own prizes of war For a time this horseflesh brought ex- Â¬ cellent prices but after many equine steaks had been served devoured and paid for the American troops gradually began to realize what they were eating and would have no moro of it A slump in the market followed Thus at least partially is explained the fact that tho Spanish cavalry horses turned over to Gen Shatter had dwindled down to the ridiculous figure of 143 You invite disappointment when you experiment DoWitts Little Early Klflers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick head Â¬ ache just as sure as you take them Short Haynes No6 1140 1050am Lv Irvtngton Ar SoOara 1125 Garfield 8 00 Junction HardlnsburgJunction Kirk Nol STATIONS Harned exSur No Daily 1147 johnson taassiaaaassBssaBsasii jmmmm i m IouisvilleKy -- 1165 12 10pm 12 25 12 35 1265 787 660 106 120 1 45 Jolly Glendeane Dempster arFallsRougblv Dempster Rockvale 7 27 7 17 7 03 6 30 44 38 70 25 2 05 2 15 2 30 165 WILARD W S MILLER HOTEL rrtliLWlsm3iiaMSnkv w2bPv3 TtfflWHrWlKATS 1asaaaaaaW- Oaks Mitchell 245pm ArFnrdsvilleLv Ruth Asklns 5 5 6 5 620 60S 510 6 00am -- Jr Mgr mmmmWiio jMaafOWfcj Louisville HendersonSt Lcals RyCa SS i 1 1 Rates200 and250 Best House in HrtffffatHBHife IBBHtsTaH HOT EL 1 3STO 4- - TIME SCHEDULE Taklur Effect I Will Act as I Administrator Guardian Assignee Etc Ex- - vii DaDDage I Louisville If ftlf WyWft 1 1 M530oclUl2nJr1latr3U337 VTI Bound Trauu Mal Bound Mall A Dally 2 I Trmtm Its Worth Printing 43 41 the i Exprs Exprs Twice-a-Wee- k Mall A 77 STATIONS Exprs KxprJ Dairy 12 35pm IT4SMS 12X1 17 39 1160am 56 Dally 4 0pm DIM Dally 7 30am 7 48 8 21 8 29 9 35 8 42 8 51 8 69 Courier Journal Wil Print It SowiUthsDItECKENItinCE NRWS and every j IvUan ptar Kentucky St i W I I I f Twenty Years perience f MONTHLY SUFFERINQ Thousands of vals with pains in me ucaci back breasts shoulders sides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men Â¬ strual function should operate painlessly troubled at monthly Inter women are ikbsNh I Settling 1 Estates I All Legal Matters I Given Prompt I Attention w nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce subjects specially only records of prepared inn laboratory but the araphophouo fs not limited to such performances On tho Oraphophone you can easily mako and Instantly reproduco records of tho voice or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new Interest and Most fasclnatlnsr Inven tion ol tho aire Always ready to entertain It requires no skill toopcr ate It and reproduco the music of bands orchestras vocalists or Instru- Â¬ ment soloists There Is Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can read will want to read it 637 5 40 6 48 663 600 609 618 626 933 661 W69 T07 818 907 915 923 lu clear and brilliant charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions ore Wcdncrday Issue prints all the clean news and the Saturday Issue prints storle Miscellany Poetry all matters of special inttrest n the home It Is edited by Henry Watierson TlIETVICHAWHKKCOURlKItJOUKNAL is a Democratic piper of six or eight paces issued Wednesday and Saturday of tach week The 7 39 7 43 712 720 724 727 9 31 9 32 9 43 961 956 969 1011 1014 1025 10 35 1043 10 49 10 68 1106 1114 1126 West Point Howard 1145 Wlllowdale 1136 Rock Haven 11 Long Branch 1121 Brandenburg 1112 Ekron 1103 Guston 1053 Irvlngton 1045 Webster 1037 Lodlburg 1024 Pierce 1020 Sample 1015 Stephensport 1007 Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman 661 645 640 634 636 Holt 1004 Graplftpi8ies are sold tor Eillaon and Macdonald 10 Manufactured under tho patent of Hell Taint r Our ratabliahmrnl U lieud uurter of tho world for Talking Machine and alalng Machine ttapuika WriUiforutUlotfuo CO Price 50c a Year You get 104 good papers rf six or eight pages each lor joc IESS THAN ONK CENT A 754 804 812 818 827 833 842 863 905 916 9 21 Hawesville Petrle Falcon Waltman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattingly Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsvllle Griffith Lewi port 969 945 940 971 969 908 854 838 827 818 807 808 768 763 746 738 60S 660 542 6t4 630 828 6 IS 613 508 sea 446 til 610 IS 419 413 4 4M 04 8 47 1186am 3H II 46pm Â¬ 926 9311 n Si 8N SU SO SO COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH Dept 30 XS333 i 010 Pennsylvania Avenue 15X5 IAlEn Washington New York I O USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good pa sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal I Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone i Year In 12 02 1209 47pm 1217 964pa 1224 Sit 939 Basset 010pm 1240pm ar H Wwv 7 31 TUsm WMdoi makes menstruation painless and regular It puts the deli- Â¬ cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ tion to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her It costs f ioo at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle Websters International Dictionary Succeuor of tht Viutbrtdaed The Oue Great Standard Authority Kon rural Ion I J llrewcr Supreme Court J iuIIcm i h i Mm4 Paris Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Washington Buffalo Baltimore commli 600 1 8 00 GREGORY Wairfiusters CL0VERP0HT t CO KENTUCKY joo Trains Nos 41 and 4a mako connection t Ir vington dally except Sunday with trains 10 sad from Hsrdlnsburg and Fordsville Branch Onlyliue running Parlor Cars bstweea Louts vllle Owensboro and Henderson Oaly direct line to the North and East for further iaforraatloa- tail un ur auursis sigsrus or H C MORDUR A O P A Loulsvllla Kv Steamboat Agents nftlut imssVa H OOYtlTiltlnm ins l B miprriiMi uiirt Ml the hUle hit- -nearr iiiifiiiMltiirLmiiiluf if nu iua ruHuuiuooksj Mtaiidurd TwiceaWeek Courier Journal And The OMAHA EXPOSITION Juno 1st to October 31st BssssssH FLssflasssV dtMllltti4lirlduiUM ftiiKMi i mum lu tl I uuclMtr citour ifaVMuiiai uuUt mm mm by 8Ut 8iinerlntmtrnU ifiMliouU toll- - rrral- Warmly Commended - luvuluablc mid tioiiietioU kit Sin uumbcr For advice In cases requiring ing symptoms Tho Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Mediciae Co Chattanooga Tenn MM MZENA LEWIS I spcisl directions address giv Â¬ o aB UfcC McrTfHiuCeInbIUIierJ BprlimHcld Mais ha not b dscsJvsd buyMc saaHa tHJ AU aatlwnUa btlcra orMctlaauMtM mruon tiiiiimahta weutrsuar uur irstw ins re vu ry In Ilia various Mzrs luurnaiioiui Vb cuts as Ilia rout f aijul iiiaii sua add niuraiur ku la pro it staif fft t tfttk I St TTT K11V i MSIItltllM atta4 ratfsisd kf i i WUh Mitff4tttva4ilakS4eftsba b4M OMltW TlIH MM I was trtufelia st assatMr IwUrvsU tovrr stiowu la THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worlds Fair ever plarmtia Standard Oil Ceapai in tho United States Locttituii Dealers In Both on Year within cheap and quick aee rf Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor the entire Missouri and MUrteipU Only tag and Ceiling Weather Boarding Valleys at your own doors TkrewgKi Wo hays made a special clubbing arrangement Shingles Salt Lime Cement wlthhTwlceaVeak Courlsrlournaland will tickets Ueyond Omaha allow stop Plastering Laths Plaster stud that paper and ours for lha prtca namad to abT overs Reduced exeuwian rai ta Hair Plow Handles pur subscribers who will renew and pay In ad Bricks Etc ranee or to all new subscribers who will pay In Omaha Take the Burlisagtoai advance Sample copies CourUr Journal ami re EsthMtM FttrftrtriBtl for IhIMIih iua Route the old and established Hn on application BaHahl Malarial Omaha in any tit AH sufeserlpttttM uJc Ib4 athr smirt e smI to and through Henesteid Fertilizer Compmy and fxx al Asrents 1ECE NEWS For 125 KKMHKK0 tl 5YRUP PEPS IV BR CALDWELLS task JrtWAIHLIUMTT L W BRECKENRIDGE NEWS o ihkjXmnmri t WAmHa t TiJ BRROKENRIDQR NEWS ThmPIII ThmtWnt Dr J C Ayeri Pills will prevent and cure biliousness For I hT thoroBirhl jr tete Ayer8 a preventive and cure or Pillb both blllomneu Ther are the but medicine or the purpose and do alt that It claimed or toeaL J E KOLU Shark Ark GLXDYEIRFORD 2C BREACH OF PERSONAL MENTION II O Cooper of Rook Vale was in FIGHTING PATRIOTS UMMER CATARRH Catarrh of Ih tctvit bt- canst ft is most frtvaltnt in tkt summir months it called summer catarrh l U SSSiW1SS1SSi The Average School Boy Is about as hard on clotlion as ennni bals arc on fat juicy missionaries School will open Monday and they will need garments that aro armor plated coppcr eheathed and brass lined They muet bo riveted together Now wo have not got metal nuts but we have got tho next best thing We havo got a stock of But town Friday Mrs Molllo Hambleton from Owensboro has returned HoBton They Wipe up the Ground Willi a Human Wildcat Tough Heavily Fined For Insulting JROMISE An Ohio County Alan Will Have rtn Chnrlrs Moorman has gone to Mrm on bustnets Mies Ruth llnytics will vieit friends at llardlnsburg this week Misi Anna Cassle of Louisville is the guppt of the Misses Jarhoe The Stars and Stripes An incident connected with the war has just come to light Patesvllle in Hancock county is ono of the most patriotic place In tlm United States Notwithstanding that It Is a small town its people worn enterprising enough to purchase a splendid fljg aud in order to throw It to the free untrammeled brei zee the young moil were tout to the forest with instructions to cut down stilll clent sapling to make the tallest and most imposing iUgstulT ever planted In that locality The Instructions were duly catrled out and the day was selected for the Hag raising There were to bo speeches a d patriotic music and the event was hei alded far and wide On tbe day of tin ceremony a large crowd of people were prtsent Among them were some young toughs who had filled themselves with very mean whisky As the Ug uafl about to be raised the latter grouped themselves in an offensive body and after omitting several bloodcurdling whoop las I the leader of the party said Im the warmest Spaniard in the Â¬ t0 fltLdtk M m BiV l R fcfrA t - liu r James Skillmnn went to Uawesville yesterday on professional business Mips Mnliln Stem tt of Skilltnau is Breckenridge News visiting friends in the city this week Mr and Mrs Geo Short visitoJ friends at Uniontowu Ky lait week WKINKrtAY AUGUST 2 1808 County Clerk Owen Cunningham of llardiusburg was in the city Saturday Morgan Fountaine and Harvey En Â¬ glish of Holts were in town Saturday Charles May and son David visited friends and relatives at Cannelton Sun is fnllluR rapidly The river day Mr and Mrs Ed Klsaam Are Buffering Mrs J D Gregory and son Harold with Muesli are visltiug Mis Nola Volman of Owens Smith Waggoner liaa completely re- Â¬ boro covered from a dangerous illness Mrs Charles Skilliuau is home from James Younger the sou of Mr and an extended visit with friends at Mor Mrs James Younger la seriously ill with ganfleld fever Miss Pearl Mays who has been vUlt Edna the youngest daughter of Mr ing relatives in this city returned home and Mrs II V Harris is under the Saturday weather Mr and Mrs C L Knight returned The stench from decaying vegetation Suuday from a four days visit with relais not that was killed by the oyeillow tives at Rockport Ind very pleasant Misses Llnnie DHuy and lra Alex- Â¬ Walter R Hill traveling freight agent for the Henderson Route was in the ander returned Saturday night from an city Friday interviewing our merchants extensive visit at Pineville Mrs F Fraize and Miss Jeanette War on business Charles L Qoff of Tar Fork is happy field have returned from a delightful and he has good reason to be for the sojourn at Atlantic City N J stork brought a ten pound hoy to his Mr and Mrs Godfrey Hoswell of Ilnr home August 20 dinsburg were the guests of Frank City Clerk DHuy reports that fifty dog Hiiswell of this city Sunday owners have taken out licenses thus far Walter May of Louisville returned to He wilt begin to issue warrants against that city unday evening after having delinquent owners this week spent a three weeks vacation with his There has been a dlmunition in the parents quantity of musk melons brought to the Mr and Mrs Wm Hanks of Stoph city for sain in the paBt few days but onsport spent Sunday in this city the watermelons continue plentiful guests of their daughter Mrs John Keep cool You cool your blood and JVeisenberg purify it at the samo time when you Mis Daisy Boultlnghousn who lira drink that delightful wild cherry phos Â¬ been visiting relatives in this city for phate the king of all summer beverages several days roturned to her homo in sold at Sulzdrs Cannelton Monday Its natural that people should appre Frank Mercer of Hardlnsburg was a That is the reason so visitor in the city Thursday Frank in Â¬ ciate bargains many people are taking advantage of the tends to go to Louisville where he has cut in the prices of oxfords at Suzers secured a position September list The beauty of it is that theres more bar- Â¬ Si Pate and bride of Hardinsburjr gains left arrived in the city Saturday evening on will be a great many days yet Jbore their way homo from Atlantic City N this season that will be as hot as yester- Â¬ J where they spent their honeymoon was 18 in day when the thermometer Mies Annie Rrandenburg formerly o the shade For this reason those who goods at closing out prices this city but now of Louisville was the buy summer guest of Miss Sallie Gregory one day will make no mistake at Sutlers this week She went on to Spottsville Lawns are ideal goods for hot weather where she joined a party of her friends Cool fresh looking and pretty wear who are camping out they enhance the charms of woman at season of the year that is hardest on a Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ their appearance Lawn are now being ed that De Witts Little Early Risers are Bold for almost a song at Sulzers reliable littlu pills for regulating tbe Master John and A D MI nary of bowels curing constipation and sick Louisville have returned home after headache Thoy dont gripe Short having spent the Bummor with their Haynes grandparents Mr and Mrs J G Steph- Â¬ They will go with ens at Alta Vista FINE PROQRAM their mother to Join Mrs Caldwell at Petoskey Michigan Hardin County Fair Will Have Orcat Attractions There will be an excursion over the L St L railroad Sunday to Louis Â¬ II Euzabethtown Ky Aug 18 1c08 ville The schedule has been bo arrang- Â¬ The Hardin ed that those who take advantage of the Bihcckenbuxik Nkws trip will he able to spend the whole day County Fair Association will open up its in the city The train leaves the depot beautiful grounds to the public Septem- Â¬ at 3 42 in the morning and returning ber dth and continue for four days The leaves Louisville at 11 oclock at night directory under the chief management of President R L Wintersmith James Fare for round trip 1 00 M Rihn Vice President and James To Care Constipation Forever A Kinkade Secretary have spared no 10a or 25a TakeCuscarets Candy Cathartic K C U O all to cure druggists refund money expense to make thip the thirteenth animal fair the beBt in the state as they LARQE YIELD havo dispensed witli the trotting races Had More Wheat Than Carter Had which generally speaking take up so Oats much time in jockeying Therefore it two of the was deemed beBt this year to take the William and John Mullen money used in this way and give it in best known farmers in this county re Â¬ buuIi as horses port that the wheat yield on their farm premiums to live stock hogs mules in fait to this year averaged 28 bushels to the cattle sheep exemplification of the pro eucourage an acre of all farming industries or in Houston DeHaven had eight acres on grtss 31 bushels of other words go back to the plans of an hisiplace that produced time fair However there will be wheat to the acre and the average yield old running races each day and was 17 bushels to the the usual of the whole farm such other general features calculated to acre Besides grand pri please everybody peratiotie have been in tno womans department floral hall in the way a splundid variety of canned fruits cakes bread preserves needle work embroidery lace and many other household products Then too one of the best military baiulB in the state will furnish flue music of an unusual and splendid Hi Ucllon and each day Iruf Pink will make a balloon asceutlon of 2000 feet and a parachute leap to eaith again for the entertainment of the people attend- Â¬ ing Arrangements have been made with all railways to give i half fare rate to anil from Klizahethtown which ate good until Suuday the 11th of 8eptem her 1608 BHioumnosm ItsurprlscsmanyUiat bowel troublo Is catar rhal Dr Hartmana books make this plain Write to tho Pe-ru-- To Pay 2500 Damage Courted a Pretty Plncheco Girl Failed to keep Ills Wprd r i j Tnrfll Brevities I Â¬ world I I eat Hying squadrons for breakfast Â¬ 0 days ago Henry Gray of Pates vllle made up a camping party to Rough Creek to spend a few days hunting and Ashing The place they had selected was on the other side of the creek and they attempted to cross at the Ainbros ford about five miles below Sulphur Spring The creek had been raised by I had twelve teeth extracted at one the rains and the ford can only be used when the water is very low Gray Hnd bitting at tho IJUFFALO DENTAL PAR- Â¬ Deafness Cannot be Cured his companions did not know this and by local applications as they cannot drovo in Before they had reached the LOUS 456 East Market Street without tho reach tho diseased portion of the car middle of the stream the horses were There Is only one way to cure Deafness least pain swimming the wagon turned over and and that is by constitutional remedies they and all their belongings were in the MISS BESSIE THOMPSON Deafness is caused by an inflamed condiwater The team was drowned and tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- everything iu the wagon was lost the S03 Franklin Street chian Tube When this tube gets in men barely escaping with their lives flamed you have a rumbling sound or They were taken in hand by the neigh Â¬ Death of Mrs Nancy Merrltt imperfect hearing and when it is entire bors and cared for until next day when Another one of Rreckenridgo countys by closed Deafness is the result and uu they were returned to their homes old citizens has passed away Mrs Nan- Â¬ less the inflammation can be taken out which were thirty miles away cy Merritt a woman of gentle character and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ and many virtues died at the home of hearing will be destroyed forever dition Impure blood Ib an enemy to health her son Silas Merrit at Addison Ky nine cases out of ton are caused by ca- Â¬ aud may lead to serious disease Hoods which is nothing but an inflamed Saisaparillia conquers this enemy and August 21 She leaves several sons and tarrh daughters and grand and condition of tiie mucous surfaces ayerts danger to mourn her loss Mrs W R We will give One Hundred Dollars lor Embry and Mrs McAlester of this city any case of Deafness caused by catarrh Civil Service Examinations Skillfully fixed to the root are granddaughters who survive her that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh The United States Civil Service Com- Â¬ or body of u tooth will lat Cure Seud for circulars free mission announces that an examination a lifetime Our price for F J CHENEY Co Toledo O will be held for the Iuternal Revenue or in th without phtrs the best work aa carat gold tSTSold by Druggists 75c Service In Owenshoro on somo dato be- Â¬ 4-4 tween the 1st and 15th of October lSJS WILL BE A MINER All persons who desire to be examined Other dentlsti charge jou Other dentists charge yim should apply to tho Secretary of the from 5 to io Bob Pierce done to Spokane Wash- Â¬ Hoard of Examiners at Owenshoro from 5 to f to for this work Ky COUNTY ington for application blanks and full information relative to the scope of the exami Bob Pierce one of our most popular nation Applications on Form 101 must uitiztma left Monday for Spokane Wash Â¬ be filed in complete form with the sec- Â¬ ington where he oas accepted a position retary of the board prior to the hour of with the Le Roy Mining Company Mr closing business on September 1st AT Pierce expects to go to RoEsland British otherwise the applicant caunot be ex- Â¬ Columbia where the companys mlms amined Soon alter filing applications Ky are located They are said to be the applicants will be notified as to the exact largest in the world Mr Pierce is an date of the examination energetic man and was one of our most GOOD PRICES valued citizens Ho will undoubtedly make a success at his new venture Tho W B KIDI Proprietor Fine Beef Cattle Bring 4S East AInrket Street Louisville Ky Some Top best wishes of our people go witii him Prices Large Production O V Robertson of Gleudeane the An interview with the operators of nine threshing machines who worked in well known stock buyer and speculator the Hardlnsburg precinct in this county was at Irvlngton last week on a cattle He purchased 0 shows that they all estimate the wheat buying expedition crop of the Hardlnsburg preciuct alone head of beeves that averaged in weight N 1 0 and the L II fc St 1300 pounds each The contract price ou the L to approximate 150000 bushels L Railroads September delivery was 4J cents the New Boat House highest price that has been paid by a Orvillo Skillmau has had a neat ooat dealer in years in this locality bouse constructed aud placed iu O over He also purchased 0 head of young cat Â¬ creek for the accommodation of his new tle from Jesse Herndon They averaged Naptha launch the Marguerite which 050 pounds each The price paid was 3 in Premiums tor Live Stock Poultry he thinks will arrive from Raciue Wis Horticultural and Agricultural cents this week Exhibits A few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I play with hot cannon balls Im the flghtlnest scudder that eyer pulled the tall of a wild cat Im n human buzz saw and I give anybody permission to monkey with inu Im the kiyoodlo that dont care for that lag anLim onery enough to boo that It dont go up Now the Patesvllle people are as brave as they ore patriotic The noise of the fighting scudder did not scare them in the least so they just waded into that bunch of young toughs and what they did to them was a plenty Alter the scrimmage tho flag was rais- Â¬ ed And to show its majesty the light ing kiyoodles were arrested and were tried under its folds for disturbing the peace Squire Parssns fined them heavi lly for their oiluuse and gave them a lecture on patriotism to boot for them Thoy toll all about catarrh and how cures it wherovor located I had chrontcdlarrhooa for fifteen years writes Mr T E MUlcr Grand Vnl Pralrio Tex I tried f many medicines and doctors In vain Atlast a was recom- Â¬ mended and it relieved and cured momtoncc Mr John Hartinir 033 Main St Cincinnati O My wlfo and writes ASJSiX myself took your Â¬ for chronic diar rhoea and it cured us No doctor or melcino we tried before helped us Mr Edward Wormack Ledbettcr Tex writes for bowel troubles la unequalled by anything in my ex- Â¬ perience I owo my and life to shall always recom- Â¬ mend It to those suffer Â¬ ing as I was Mr John Edgarton 1020 Third Ave I suffered from Altoona Pa sayB dysentery for three years I took weU and am now Mcdlclno Co Pe-ru-- Columbus O m Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- ifCMi mm Pe-ru-- na Clarence Reufrow of Narrows Ohio county will have to pay Mlai Emma Hlntp of tho same neighborhood 2500 damages tor a breach of promise of mar Â¬ riage if the judgement of the Ohio ell cult court is carried out Miss llines Is the daughter of Warren Hiues a prominent citizm of the coun- Â¬ ty aud is known as the prettiest girl be- Â¬ tween Greeu river and Pinchecoe Ren flow is the bou of Virgil Reufrow a prominent farmer merchant and Repub Iican politician who was a few yeais Hgu shoriiT of tho county The couple were sweethearts a long time and it was generally known that they weru i ngaged A day was set for the wedding hut when the time came youuu Reufrow backed down and did not appear to take his part iu the ceremony The case has excited a great deal of interest and the people generally out side of Renfrowu relatives and personal friends take the Bide of the jouug lady and say that the verdict serves him right Reufrow Is amply able to pay the judgment Â¬ mTm fly School Suits Made of the toughest fabric and it takes a lot of sliding down cellar doors a lot of rough and tumble wear to hurt them in the least These SllitS SUVO liuitliprw wnrlr lnrniifn thnv iln lint linvn to be patched every day They save fathers money became tney last three times as long as ordinary clothing Wo havo Hurvuiiiinu arucies 01 wear lor scnooi gins too I That you can buy Pads Pen and Ink Pencils Lunch Baskets REMFMRFRi NARROW ESCAPE Patcsvillc The Team Campers Nearly Drown In a Swollen Creek and Wagon With Their Outfit Was Lost Dangerous Drinking Water Death lurks iu impure Water It breeds diseases often in epidemic form The first symptom is looseness of the bowels These diseases are checked by taking Foleys Colic Cure A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Stephens port Gordon Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardlnsburg Corporation Dissolved I Book Satchels Slates Balls Bats Marbles and Toys everything you need in tho school room and on the playground at that placo wjiero a dime goes a mile further than at any other place - J J Justice Reekman of the New York Supreme Court ou August 10 granted an order dissolving the J li Pace To Â¬ bacco Co a New York corporation with olllce formerly at 170 Water street and factory and plant at Richmond Va and appointed Ernest Ehrmann receiver in proceedings for the voluntary ilissolu tion of tho corporation The aesots here are l 00 and no liabilities The busi Â¬ ness was absorbed last October by a Vir Â¬ ginia corporation of the samo name to avoid paying taxes iu both states and to concentrate the business in Richmond The company was incorporated January 11 lSSJ with a capital stock of 150000 which was reduced last year to 5000 Tobacco Leaf fclkma lVVtVlk No Pain No Dread SULZERS VITALIZED AIR GAS COCAINE FOR PAINLESS OPERATIONS n A CROWN OF GOLD 00 Bridgework a Tooth Biggest Ever Held HARDIN Â¬ JJ r T Jrti Elizabeth SEPTEMBER BRANCH OFFICE Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky Buffalo Dental Parlors 6th7th8th 9th HALF FARE ATTENTION EVERYBODY 2000 HAS RUINED HER 4rWrrjrni rfciXg 9t C2223SP5es mmJW Morphine Has Made a Fordsvllle Woman a Perhaps vou have made sa i j up your minu to tattc r Tramp 3 Exciting Races Every Day Great Slaughter 3 IN Scoffs Emulsion this summer Then look for A FARM IN TWO HUNDRED pleasure and Health Seekers Springs Sunday at Tar this picture on the wrapper a man with a big hsh on his back Do not let anyone talk to just you of something when vou want cod liver oil and the hypo-phosphites you want tne verv best xou win nna them in only one place scents emulsion There Is no other emul slon like it none other does the same worK and no other has the same record of cures All DruaaUU uc tad 1 1 Daviess iMke County Ky Is tbe very best investment you rould It i a lIn hwlneM proposition knu hi Davl bh county and y jm I yoa are o th imre road to prosperity Offeutborokthebeat market in Wat 6 to 12 Â¬ ers Kentucky for tnbarcn wheat corn d potatoes awl the only market in the italfl for corn stalks which brinu from per acre delivered at tho Cellu les Companys Factory We can sell you a good farm all the my front f 13 to S50 per acie and will iwll Uad anywhere Ih Mih county from 10 to W per eaat cheaper than anyone flee feed for Mir m of Davkw County WvfUf WtfULUXS iMi- - LITT5LE KCTTUCICY VMnl Street The Tar and While Sulphur 8prlngs is H great point of attraction for Sunday outing parties There were probably 200 people at this noted rewirt Sunday from every point In the county There aref nowaojuurniug at the resort catnpris from Oweushoro Louisville and Web ter With 1 10 proper investment of money It rould be made qhu of the moat attractive and popular resort la the Uulted States The Miasms Red Oweiu boro Mr and Mm William Mullen Oweaeboro Mr and Mr William Hall OwbhIhjc Webster Mr ami Mm baa ad Sherman Ball of HtmllwdHirg are eojoyiug th romantic tmuery and the hoMling watani tttttra bow and will probably aawl the rvmaliular of this Send for Speed Program Large Purses Georgia Morgan a inorphiiiA fiend left her homo at Fordsvillo with her Iinllonn Ascension a nil Parachute babe n year ago Leap Every Day She has wandered over the country begging and every cent that she could get was spent for drues Some months Music by Fine Military Band ago she was sent to tho poor house but she ran away because they would not let her have morphine She now Uvea In ELIZABETIITOWN KY the oods sleeping on the ground when the weather is good and In deserted 6th 7th 8th and 9th cabins when it rains The people give Sept food aud clothes her SUMMER GOODS For the Next Few Days Space needed for our immense line of Fall and Winter Goods whioh will be here soon WILL BE CHEAP as good The Sorghum Syrup Crop Will Immense Be FOR SALE Genuine Missouri White Rye and Orchard Grass Seed at 0m SCOTT HOWMC CbfloUU X Y pWBNMOftO A large acreage of hill lands In this and Hancock counties was planted iu sorghum this year The crop is phenom Â¬ enal the caue having achieved a thick and vigorous growth Several farmers have purchased new furnaces and cane mill and will soon begin mxklng syrup Thousands of gallons of sorghum mollaMe will hBoado Ih ihla yiclulty predict that tbe tuiayaarand priM for that delicacy will go aa low as abjhWwt oaaU pr gallon HOLT KY jFDUTscHKEjlieston Willis Company DaWitf 999 daln LktI BarlyRlw WWWlW 9 CLOVERPORT KY rr H9 HlVlf C3 6 Those Dreadful Sores They Continued to Spread In Spite oT Trontmont but Now Thoy aro Hoalod A Wondorful Work For many years I livo bocn a great TEIEl teRjSLQKlilSLRIPeBLKISWQ WEEKLY BUDGET Of News 6lxOYKLlfiIORa KY rErfSZHOTSKSnrfHTSXyiEIEl Health of community was never et tor Mrs R II Novltt and family have re- Â¬ turned home Miss Bess Lewis is visiting her sister Mrs Jess Herndon Mr Chas Moremen our clever wharf master is still on the sick list Miss Mabel Hardin is visiting Miss Florlne Anderson near Guston Mrs Lizzie Board and I had a pleasant day last Sunday with Mrs Annie Hay Is tho best In fact the One True Mood Purifier nes Hoods Pills euro all liver llli 25 cents Mrs W D Howard and I had a pleas Â¬ ant visit to Judge J F Woolfolks lat Breckenridge News week and Sulphur Well Bro Phillip Jenkins has been very WKDNFHIUY AUOUST21 1808 sick We all hope he wilt be well enough to fill his pulpit next Sunday FORDSVILLE Mr II T Haynes is at work below Cannelton and expects to move bis fam Miss Sallie Ford is visiting Owenaboro ily there at any time soon tbis week An all day meeting at Buck Grove last W W Camp spent Saturday with hia Sunday drew a great crowd Tho meet Â¬ parents near Owensboro ing will continue through this week Mrs Sargent lias moved in the store The lawn fete at Mrs Tylers near Ir with J FCooper up stain vlngton is pronounced decidedly the Mack Wise lias been sick for sev Mrs swellest affair of the Irvington season eral weeks but at present is improving Mrs Albert Johnson nee Fannie Price Mr Glias Heard is preparing to build of Washington Territory has a flue boy a residence on Hartford St Wonder Her old friends extend congratulations why The Tarascon with Col Will S Hayes Several of our citizens went to Hart Â¬ in command will lay at the wharf toÂ¬ ford to bear tho lecture Pecks Bad morrow night for tho young people to Boy have a dance Mr and Mrs Gllmore made a flying Misses Sophia arl Carrie Keinheckle visitloMr Ben Miller of Kirk last have returned to Louisville after a most week pleasant visit to their aunt Mrs Chas Mrs Jerry Ganane and little son Wal- Â¬ Casperke ter are visiting friends at Kirk this Misses Mamie and Nettie Sheeny and week Llllle Hutti three most pleasant young Wedding city blacksmith ladies will return to their home LouisMr who has beon sick for quite awhile is ville this week Mr Eugene Hardesty has moved to convalesent who has been vis Mr Sebastians new pretty cottage and Miss Adelia Clifton iting friends at this place returned home Mr Roland OBryan is in his house vacated by him last Sunday The ice cream supper for the benefit of Tude Smith of Misses Jessie and Sandy Hill church did not come off on Hartford are the guest of their uncle account of rain Tuesday night it was J T Smith Sr repeated and with success Mrs C Suttin of Princeton Ky was Ex Gov McCreary is right with the the guest of Mrs Fred Cooper and administration when it comes to territor- Â¬ last week other friends ial expansion He and the president Mrs Morris Wilson returned home were close friends in Congress and Mr from Nashville where she lias been vIb McCreary praises the policy adopted by itiug her son who is at school him as oneof conservatism and strength Conductor Jerry Tilford run the excurBab says the first requisite of being sion from this place to Louisville last pretty is a pronounced liking for man Â¬ Thursday made a successful trip no ac-Â¬ kind and the second is to care for each cidents beauty of person and to intensify each The popular hotel run by Mrs Bettie one My verdict would be that most Johnson has a crowded house Travelwomen are pretty if thoso are the requis- Â¬ ing men make a point to lag over here ites I dont think an argument with on Sunday the opposite sex could be directed to the Born 19th to tho wife of section boss contrary Mr Wright who lately moved from Mrs Miles and Mies Miles wife and Stephensport a son Mother and child daughter of Gen Miles are women after doing well my own heart Self instilled nurses at A crowd of young people of Fordsville the hospitals in Old Point They have visited Sulphur Springs Sunday The thrown much of the red tape about a Springs lias gotten to be quite a resort government hospital to the wind Mrs for tills place Miles didnt hesitate to take hammer and Mr Morris Wilson has sold his inter- chisel and open boxes for pajamas to Wilson est in the firm of Wilson make the soldiers cjmfortableand mure Hereafter tho business will be run by than that bib showed them how to put Oily Wilson J W Jones them on A true woman with exactly Geo Wecker sold his confectionary the right kind of modesty I We want and bakery to Lesly Walker Every women all over this world that know thing bus been over hauled His accom- how to discriminate between true odating assistants are Jack Walker and womanly modesty and false absurd W H Sargent Jr modesty They aro the ideal ones they Tho house occupied by Mrs W H are the ones to advance true woman- Â¬ Sargent has been repaired and will be hood and to be angels at home in hos occupied by Mr 0 0 Smith with a full pitals and in all ranks of life The MaMr donnas line of gents furnishing goods Smith is quite an accommodating gentle- Â¬ I hate to see a young person discour- Â¬ man aged and I always feel like telling him Leu Johnson is now oil for a vacation that oftentime difficulties toil and dan Â¬ attending the fairs Ho lias been very gers are necessary means to the ends we attentive to business for several years have in view and are frequently the step Â¬ and we think a little rest will do him ping stones to success and we rtjolce good Mr Reynolds is attending to his oyer what seemed once calamities Longhis office during his absence fellow very beautifully says That which seemed a pathway of thorns in the pass Educate Your Howell With CiucareU age has become a pavement of gold in Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever I sufferer v Ith vsrlcoso vclnii on ono of my limbs My foot and Umb becamo dread Â¬ fully svrotlcn When I stood up I could feci the blood rushing down tho veins of tills abnb Ono day I accidentally hit my loot against somo object and a soro brolco out which continued to spread and was I concluded I excewllngly palnlul needed n blood purifier and I began taking In a short timo Hoods Haruparllla those dreadful sores which had caused me so much suffering began to heal I kept on faithfully with Hoods Sarsapa rllla and In a short tlmo my limb was completely healed and tho sores gave mo no mora pain I cannot bo too thankful for the wonderful work Hoods flarsapa Mrs A E rllla has dono for me GlLBON Hartland Vermont and Views Frdm Brandenburg Â¬ THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR Items mid Mntters of Gcncrnl In tereit Entertainly Set Forth OCTOBER 4 3 6 Dr OWENSBORO KY l7 An old time fair Premiums and purses extravagantly large Display Rings in the amphi- Â¬ 8 HOOdS partita J traction are the Diving Elks Address the Secretary at Owensboro Ky for Premium List or other information H HICKMAN President J W CARTER Secretary I theatre will be unexcelled by any former fair The tobacco premiums are so large that it will pay every farmer to compete for them Five running races to close during the fair Ten trotting and pacing races already closed with more than eighty entries Special at- Â¬ I have often found it bo tho retrospect and am prepared to point to tho happy effect of meeting and overcoming obsta- Â¬ cles to discuss new ques- Â¬ Wo tions or to formulate new issues know that the interests of the people t - BEWLEYVILLE Weather fine Vtt Arthur Walker is back home again Prof E 0 Crabbo was here Sunday afternoon David Hardaway left for Brandenburg Thursday Miss Minnie Stith camo home from the city Thursday Mr and Mrs Will Smith attended church here Sunday Mrs Beasley and daughter are back again from Glendeane Mrs Frnkes and Carrie D left for home Sunday morning W W Keith has just painted the hotel A first class job Our sick folks aro all improving and there are no new cases Mrs Julia Sanders of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Z T Stith Mrs Alorizo Bennett was a visitor of Mr Gus Do well of Ekron a fow days last week New and true and not otherwise iam returned to their home near Rock Dont be afraid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and the South especially have been pro- Â¬ moted by tho war and the acquisition of Cuba and Porto Hlco A thought comes now that the Queen of the Antilles will be freed from yellow fever with tho assurance of better health in the South To build up the Nicaragua canal will be a big thing for Southern cities and their shipping Let us not oppose the American lag Hying in the far East The war on land and on sea has been con- Â¬ ducted to a glorious conclusion won by Democrats and Republicans in which North and Soutli alike shared and in which as a nation we all rejoice And that reminds me that John Fox Jr in Harpers tells in his own original style most pattietically of the siege at Santiago do Cuba The most interesting topic I know just now is Peace peace sweet peace the gift of Gods love But so much work and exposure and trials are yet facing the soldiers The army must be kept in tact for sometime to como for political reasons I hope the regulars will be used for garrison purposes everywhere if poasiblo but tho troops at Porto Rico are there for sometime no doubt and a great many volunteers will be sent into Cuba still regulars aro jealous of those same volunteers and there aro protests against Bonding them into Cuba Wo do not object to the volunteers doing active ser- Â¬ vice and if necessary die for their coun- Â¬ try but when fighting stops we do not want yellow fever to claim them doing garrison duty which is just about the hardest we know But if our forces cannot stand life there we aro lost out if tho island is left to its fate and with- Â¬ out our guardianship but we will take a cheerful view knowing every tlTort will be taken to prevent disease if they do go Every one in this nation feels a ten- Â¬ der consideration towards ever civilian for services rendered and if it could be done we would want him sent homo Â¬ port Thursdny Mrs Sudo Rust relumed to her home in Troy last Tuesday accompanied by her son Robert These dusty roads are against a great many of us and a good rain would bo appreciated by all Prof Edwin Dodsou accompanied by his brother Chas are the guests of J D Groves this week Mr and Mrs Will Schruble who has been visiting Mrs Joo Knight returned to her homo at Jasper Ind The fanners who havo been quite busy breaking ground for wheat are almost through and I am quite sure none will be sorry Wo hear that one of our boys are going to attend the Normal at Terre Haute1 this winter Mr Wilson lias our very best wishes PLEASANT VALLEY Mrs Steve Mills is on the sick list Mrs Lon Cowley is improving slowly W II Browns family have all recov-Â¬ ered from typhoid fever the wheel of the buggy that was occupied by Mies Nettie Shumate throwing her out and seriously injuring hor At this writing she is resting comfortably and we hope that nothing serious will result from the accident We desire to congratulate the boys around here that Miss Lena Simmons of Irvington has come to pay a visit to the community as a guest of Miss Cora Lee Anderson Jesse Herndon had one of the largest wheat crops in this county he says he kept an accurate account of all expenses and that It just cost him all told 34c per bu to raise his wheat this year but ordinarily it cost about 50c to raise it Jesse Is a pratical farmer and his Ideas on farming aro generally good and correct Charley Anderson has begun his new house Jim Bramlett of Irvington has the contract to build it It will be a two Btory beauty and will cost in the neighborhood of 3000 it will be situated on the prettiest site in Meade county overlooking three towns Ekron Casey yille and Guston THEY MEET District Republican Committee Plan Blanforda Campaign The Republican Campaign Committee the Fourth Congressional district held a meeting at the Victoria Hotel at Louisville Monday night at which arrange Â¬ ments wore mode for the Hon Charles Blanfords campaign This was the first meeting of the committee It organized with R N Miller as chairman and ED Guffy as secretary The other members are J L Richardson of Munfordvllle O L Barnes of Elizabethtown and Max Howard the latter being represented by a proxy held by W L Blanfoid of Â¬ Stricken With Paralysis Major W V McCrackeu the promoter and builder of tlieHendoreonrallroad waa stricken with paralysis at hia home in New York City last week His many frionda in this section wish for him a complete and speedy recovery ltrsiuwltn too whthr yoo mntlaa th- ii uuniuoiinwlUi J rmorea lb deilr for tobacco wlU lAUB VUHIUIUirHfIM Una Dtirlflaa tha Blood r m Sl m Ik tma tS tori i loil manhood rmm mrId 460000 maiea yoa tinm n M hi n inoaiiDni ictt red Bur and pokttBsl fl TO Aflfrou VOOK w gj awn drMrsTLart ka 9p vouch forna TaLka It with rJkllllBW 91 ntiAntIr n rla lb U fin a tox w m U m V a LNO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10c 25c ircCC fail druggists refund money DUKES Everybody in good snlrits Nobody objeeta to peace Mr Goodnight of the Nkwb was Scrofula a Vile Inheritance Scrof ulu is the most obstinate of blood troubles mid is often tho result of an inherited taint in tho blood S S S is tho only remedy which goes deep enough to rcuch Scrofula it forces out every traco of the disease and euros tho worst cases impossible to dress him fur three years Ills head and body were a mill of sores and hit eyesight also became Heeled No treatment was spared that we thought would rellev Dim but ho grew worse JV uT Jjfi until his condition Indeed ptHabls 1 had almost despaired of his ever being cured when by the advice of a friend we gave him B S S HwtftsfineeltleV Ai elded improvement was the result and after ha had taken a dozen bottles no one who knew of his former dreadful condition would have recognised him All the sores on bis body have healed his skin Is perfectly clear and smooth and be has been restored to perfeel health Ms B B Mabst son Charlie was afflicted from Infanoy with Scrofula and hs suffered so tbatlt was My through here Wednesday People from here aro attending the meeting some at Patesville There will be several from here attend the street air at Lewlsport the 25th If everybody would do a little better the world would bo a great deal better Mrs Maggie Huberts and her two children Beulah and Irvy spent Friday night with her sister on Indian creek Itev John Lay of Louiayille who lias boen visiting his brother Jim for several months returned home Thursday James Jarboe worked his road Thurs Â¬ day Very few people like to work on a road but evory body likes a good road to travel The Mill has been sawing some nice lumber this week and ai the gold bugs would say every time a mill would run a few days prosperity is rolling along Ahem There was a dance at Jo Ballmaus Friday night Every body had a nice time A bannister on a high portico gave way letting several of the boys get a considerable jolting u ft WiSMiL m Macon 3a 1 havo had several pleasant trips to Camp Ilemdou in the last week A horse back party of us went out Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes Maydee Pusey Maude Herndon and self spent a few hours at the pleasant resort May dee and I attended the cake walk on Friday night lust which was one of the most laughable amusing get ups I have over witnessed There were four couples with Miss Fannie Cockrill as Matilda Mr H 0 Best as King Rich- Â¬ ard with R M Herndon as Queen Maxine were the leaders and the com- Â¬ mittee Mr Junius Mayo and Mr Hod- Â¬ ges Misses Lillie McGlothlan Maydee Pusey and I were the committee to de- Â¬ cide who should have the elegant cake The decision was unanimous for these same leaders Mr Mayo announced the decision In a neat address when the cake was presented and eaten with a gusto by the participants and guesta when danc- Â¬ ing was resumed Camp Herndon grows in popularity each year The sea Â¬ son will continue through September as the quests are loath to leave and many more will come Henderson Hopkins vlllo Owensboro Brandenburg Irying ton New Albany Louisville have fur Â¬ nished representative parties Mrs Henry Herndon as a hostess can not be excell- Â¬ ed She is kind attentive genial and an admirtha who looks well to the ways of her household Henry Herndon is just the man to conduct and make popular such a resort Miss Lillie McGlothan sister of Mrs Herndon spends much of her time there and her presence with the Misses Herndou adds materially to the enjoymeut of eacli and overy one They are all the very best of company All the guest expressed themselves as charmed and Mr Mayo whose family by the way are relatives to tho Alexanders and we scraped up kinship said If Henry Herndon has this retreat noxt year he cannot accommodate boarders Wfc all hope he may have it and that the mill on tho creek may become as renowned as the Mill on the Floss A full faucy dress function is In contempla tion and of which I will tell you Contemplates Building Charles May contemplates the erection of a handsome modern cottage at the corner of Third and Oak street The building will occupy the site of the one that was destroyed by lire a few weeks since and will be quite an ornamont to that part of the city 840 Kim St For real blood troubles it is a waste of time to expect a cure from the doc Â¬ tors Blood diseases aro beyond thoir kill Swiftf Specific One Minute Cougn Cure cures That It wbst II was mads tor ON YOUR LABEL IS A DATE tmttWtiMt LeeJc at It and m hew you Uh4 wKh tttU Paper reaches all deep seated cases whloh other remedies have no effect upon It Is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and coaUuns no pof tub mercury or other eiperal Books mailed free to aejr addreet W Swift SSSBlood 8icltiOoAUi7 For Infants and Children The Kiwi Yh Havi Always BfHkt Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A T R Young and family from St Louis Evening Post are visiting his father Moorman Hardaway and Overton Miss Annie Simmons has gone to Clo Blanford went to Vine Grove Saturday verport to visit lelatlves to visit relatives Tho Misses Ella and Hettio Holt atJ D Jordau and Bon Edwin of Gray tended church at Irvington last Sunday son county came up Friday to be the Mrs Bell Aehcraft is expecting her guests of his fathers family mother to spend the coming week with Rev W H Bruner was here lo preach her Saturday and Sunday as was announced Forrest Stith and family enjoyed an all He will bo here again in a month day visit at the Dolph Jordan homo lost Mr and Mrs Alorizo Moorman with Sunday their little grandson James Drury visit- Â¬ Miss L Ada Bandy of Valley Home ed C II Drury several days last week was the guest of Misses Lizzie and Ber The telephone line from Guston to tha Brown lost week near Sirocco Big Spring is completed This little Miss Susie Elder and Stewart Owings luxury is quite a social affair making were guests at the H B Liyers home neighbors of the whole country last Saturday and Sunday and attended The old fashioned favorite flower ceurch at Mt Morena Sweet William is common to this The ice cream supper was a success in vicinity grows freely but we have a every particular at the Jesse Herndon young lady in our midst who is import- Â¬ home lost Thursday night Mr Hern- Â¬ ing them don and his lovely wife know how to The Rev B Perry Weaver of Louis- Â¬ entertain every one ville will preach in the Methodist I see in the Messenger where several church at this place Sunday Aug 28th from Louiayille came down to Branden- Â¬ at 11 oclock a m All are cordially in- Â¬ burg on the Fern Cliff To read of vited to come and hear him those young people having such a merry Wheu a voter for Mr Bryan takes to time makes one wishes to be young again himself the advantages of the McKinley To travel is one great delight to me I administration we call to mind the passÂ¬ hope to meet some of my friends in age of Bcripture that speaks of the sun Louisville in the near future Wili stop and rain coming to the just and unjust off for a few days if possible if not would alike I just want to say that W H love to meet some of them In Europe Cain Jr bought a flock of sheep from We would visit England and France to- Â¬ gether and ramble in the old castles that Win Baskett Saturday Aug 20th The news of the death of Bro L B are fast falling into decay wo would visit Davidson is a Bource of universal regret by the museum of antiquities which is rich all tho community here Years ago Bro in relics of many aues and of various It contains much carved Davidson was our presiding older for four countries years during which time we learned to wood work taken from ancient churches admire and love him The manner of and we will visit the ruins where Heury his death was tragic and a shock to us VII of England was detained as a lios tage from his fifteenth to his thirtieth still it was painless and as he desired year Well I will close lor tbis time for Mr and Mrs Alorizo Moorman Mr fear you will get worried by RauiDler and Mrs 0 II Drury and children Hon GUSTON Chas Blanford and wife Mrs Frakes and daughter MJssea Willibee Moorman There was a large congregation at Florene Cain Mary Blanford and Lena Sandy Hill last Sunday Drury spent last Thursday with Mr and Miss Mae Tydings of Louisville Is Mrs Jolly We fared sumptuious making tho Muuford family and extend Â¬ ly at the noon Hour Thanks to Miss ed visit Blanche who is fine on the culinary Misses Mabel Hardin and Susie Elder arts of Brandenburg are the guests of Miss Rv G B Overton our worthy presid iug elder passed through our town on Florence Anderson Mrs Louis Motniugway returned home his way to Mt Zion to hold Quarterly Meeting stopped Friday night with Mr last week after spending several duja and Mrs Piggott He will preach at with her brother Jos Osborne Jr The district convention of the Sunday Irvington Monday night at Bewleyville Tin sday night and at Bg Spring Wed School ABBOclatioiiGuston district will nesday night of this week Bio Overton be held here on Wednesday Aug 31 has a cheerful greeting and kindly word On last Monday night Aug 15th at us he passes along ami is a man whom uiue oclock Mrs Uirard Shacklett who all delight to honor was Miss Glovie Burub died of typhoid Its bad we are not to have all of those fever beautiful Islands of the tropic s aa Per Â¬ Mrs D W Lewis aud children have haps it is too big a thing to grssp con returned to their home in Brandenburg veniently but I haye been looking on after spending several weeks with Mr the bright side and thluklug what a R J Patteaon nice tlmo we women would have with There waa a good attendance at the sugar cheap enough to have all we want Christian Endeavor meeting last Sunday ed to use Hope yet our good Pr sldent night Everyone who will take an Interest and co laborers will heap to Uncle Sam in these exercises are Invited to attend tin so treasures GowitN noi Master Piatt Lewis of 713 West Broad- why Louisville who is spending the Bjsrsths j m Kind Yoa Hut Alwap BNftt summer at the home of his grandfather Â¬ R J Patteaon was quite sick last Sun day The Rev Donald McDonald spent ROME IND several days in this community and favored the people with two splendid Charlie Groves of Rockport waa the sermons at the Patteaon memorial guest of his mother Sunday church Misses lie mice and Eunice Wheeler Mies Edna Garden the daughter of ol Hardinsburg were In town Wednes Â¬ Mr Auselui Carden is now 111 with day typhoid fever She Is doing well and we Misses Llnnie and Maanle Brashear have every reason to expect a speedy were the guests of Mrs 8am Conner recovery Sunday On last Monday while going to the Quite a large crowd attended the ice baptising over oa Doe Run creek one of cream supper given by the M K church the howea that was in the crowd beeawe Saturday eve UBwasagebl off asd the fret Mr Dor HUhawhiB aad eon Will wheel jf tbe runaway buggy oMtgtt on Â¬ Thats the Bukcvknuidqk News and the SINGLETON George Singleton has purchased a new bicycle MIrs Josie Suell is attending school at Flat R ck A nice rain fell Thursday which was of great value to the crop Prof J D Wlllett will leach the Beechland school this year Miss Pattle Alleu of this place is teaching school at Mit Springs Misses Biddie and Maude Chism spent Sunday with Miss Flora Chism The Misses Ball spent one night last week with their brother Ed Ball Emmett Brown and Frank Greer were at this placo buying cattle last week Mrs G W Suell and Mrs John Ball visited relatives at Wolf Creek Wednes Â¬ day Misses Ida Allen and Vlrgie Bennett spent Tuesday night with Miss Minnie Singleton Chas Etherton of this place has acÂ¬ cepted a position with the Arcude of Uraiidenbuig Victor Grcenwell who drives a huxtor wauon from Andyville is gutting a good trade in this vicinity Misses Cora Singleton Mattie Chism and Mrs Sallie Osborne aud Messrs Jesse and August Chism of this place attended church at Cold Springs Sunday aud were guests of Mieses Lizzie Greer and Mattie Bennett Miss Josie Suell give a musical enter tainment at the home of her father G W Suell August 12th Quite a large crowd was present Music was furnished on violins guitar aud boss by Messrs George Singleton Charlie Troutman George Chism John Etherton Tom Chism Virgiuus Singleton Carl Suell and Mainie Stewart accompanied by Miss Josie Suell at the organ which was highly enjoyed by all BLUSHING uavaii7curMiSboiM9tA0 earantrjedtoeuraorwarafiiadxnontTiwfc 1k waatt Baatnal Â¬ wants cottage a Wanted to trad landsnice Apply ti Three IOR SALE registry to in i News office Clorerport They are of the highest train of stock and will be permitted to run with their Dams until October tst A splendid bargain offered Enquire ol GUS W RICHARDSON Guston Ky Short Horn Bull Calve FOR trotting mare 1 standard bred trotting colt a years old past a miscellaneous lot of farming Imple mnts consitttng in part of plows harrows gears wagons 1 new Deering binder and many other things necessary to th- - farmer The public is in Â¬ vited to call inspect and obtain the very low prices Time will be given il desired W D HOLT Holt Ky Allen farm containing ITIOR UENTof The W Aand tillable land acres pasture For particulars call at farm or address J W BATtR Pre tnn Ky ANTED An enclycopedia in good order Address Trof J II II LOGAN Hardi- nBurg SALE Having leased my farm I offer at sal a mulrs 2 horses i standard bred w THE WAR IS OVER But We Are Still in the lr I- - I Fight w it -- IP YOU WANT 1 Fertilizers OR A YET Annual Grain Drill It v- - K John Vest Returns From Hit Vacation will pay you largely o nee tra TJ John Vest returned Monday evening City N J where he spent a two weoks vacation We He said that it seemed as if all the world and its wife had gathered at that Low popular resort Ho arcrlbed the ruddy hue of his ALWAYS PREVAIL countenance to the naughty things he saw on the board walk and sea beach And good terms if sold on 1899 He said I have not got through blush Â¬ wheat crop c ing yot A Mr Vest said that ull the Eastern cities he visited seemed to be enjoying phenomenal prosperity Labor aud cap Â¬ ital both seemed active aud commercial and industrial enterprises were never more busy The whol- sale and traveling men were all op I niello of the future and looked oheeilully for a treineuduous fall and winlu trade from Atlantic are Headquarters and Prices A3 1 DontFail Â¬ - to Come and v Consult us Â¬ AMBITIOUS OA 8TORXA Temperature Climbed Merrily ts the Top of the Thermometer General Humidity was the mean old rascal that aided the temperature to make life unbearable the past two days Oloverport which has been Laving sum Â¬ mer resort weather far some weeks past on Mouday got as warm as they make them and the people perspired and fried and stewed with the thermometers rang in from OS to 110 degrees In the shade according to their veracity and exposure to the ran More than twenty million free samples of DeWitfe Witch Iltxel Salve have bees distributed by the man u fact q revs What better proof of their oefi4Mee Ir Its meriU do you want Jf tmree film burns seahfa so U the ataHeat mtm f ttaw SWt A Uayawa Havo alieady sold 8 car loada d want to have a train load forlXtfcH- Bon Diok direct from the largest fortilUer worke in tho world A COME COME AND SAVE ANtf MAKE MONEY ad AdtoQDicfc ADWSON KY