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THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS i ALL THE i NEXWS THATS RIT TO PRINT 31 N y6l xxitfi tt yvAHOT i itt 1 m CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1898 SXS koyl NO 7 T TIME XSsXSIXfrB3 TlTir1 iiTiaTriaa 13 Lewisport Gives n AODAY H Ti In Uptodate Street Fair and Industrial Parade OF UNMIXED Happy People Her Hospitality LQVELY PLEASURE Participate in up a procession that was fully a mile in length Think of it A little town of GOO peo- Â¬ ple getting up a parade a mile long The parade seemed to be a veritable industrial exposition and ethnological b Thee Thousand H M 11 created great oxcitoment The last ouo was a slow race and the crowd had great fuu over it The winners of the bicycle races wero as follows Open Race Irving of Cannelton Hancock County Itace Charles Haw ley of Hawesville Lowisport Race Ted Deane Slow Races Jesso Carlton Hawes- Â¬ ville manager of tho affair the people of Hancock county S Thoy have by their unselfish methods done more to draw tho people of tho town and country together than could all tho speech making of a thousand years They havo demonstrated themselves to bo broad gauged unsel fish business men and their faith in their town is being backed by works U With thai kind of a spirit bohind it the city of Lewicport is bound to grow and not only bo tho chief city of Hancock but one of tho chief cities of tho Ohio Valley Lowisport owes to E S Watts a rising vote of thanks Lowisport should also go before a looking glass and lift its at the starting point and surrounded the course hat to itself The first two races were speedy and It certainly is tho biggest little place in these diggings Â¬ AoonnrATTnu no ill na dm 8 Watts morit tho approbation of all nvia make tha load pare wholcome and Ullclotu POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL tAKINO POWH CO Mf YORK 53X9sXssXsJ aa attendants childreu dressed as wood had an excusd to go hungry was that no one went hungry ENTERPRISING FIRM The fact ftrw Ra EERYTSiG WAS 1 1 FORMATION Â¬ sprites elves and fairies The different features of the pariulo were loudly applauded by tho immense crowds gathered along the line ol march Fine All thoso present could not find words that were forcible enough to do justice to Lewisports enterprise and all agreed that Louisville Owensboro and Hender Women son were not in it for a minute by com- Â¬ THE FAIR Exhibits of Agricultural Products Win Laurels For Their Work Fancy panion The Band Played and the Populace and Visitors Give Themselves to a Day of Merriment SOME SWIFT BICYCLE RACES Town Crowded by People From Indiana and Towns in Breda enridgef Hancock and Daviess Counties y Town Gavels Itself with All Kinds of Glory No Accidents Unpleasant Features or ii Some of the attractive hits of the The horticultural agricultural fancy parade were made by the children of the work exhibits and the tobacco and The Line of March and Div- Epworth Brigade All carried brooms poultry show were held in the city hall Lewisport Sweeps the on which read isions The spacious room was magnificently Lewisport is the Leading County decorated and each exhibit occupied a congress in the County Town special department Blacksmiths were making horseshoes On one of tho stands was a magnificent Many Handsome and Unique Features wood workers were fashioning wagon THE CHILDRENS BRIGADE collection of Indian relics and souvenirs In Line wheels carpenUrs were building of the stone age There were stone 4 While the concert was still in progress arrow heads fieshers hide dressers houses druggists were compounding The parade was formed on Market Manager E S Watto appeared on the hatchets knives mortars pestles and all prescriptions and miners were digging street and marched in the following parade ground at the head of his chil- Â¬ the Implements and tools that savage coal in the parade The little ones were and prehistQic man used in days of old drens Brigade order J Then there were Cubans Turks Ethi- Â¬ Next to this exhibit was thn waterdressed in the gayest raiment and they FIRST DIVISION kept step and marched with theprecison melon display Ii it is known how big opians Japanese Hebrews and almost Horace Smith Marshal and how juicy the watermelons are that of veterans every other race and nationality pictured Steffi They were put through a series of grow in Hancock county the colored by laughing children pretty girls and Squadron of Rough RiJersand Shot Gun military mnneouvers which they per- Â¬ population would look upon it as a laud facetious men Brig4fl overflowing with milk and honey and formed with amazing skill Â¬ The firm of J C Fell was especially public spirited Their enterprise and liberality was every where apparent At the store on the street and at the city hall one met their exhibits aud was im Â¬ pressed by their energy and ability Both members of the firm donated their time money and labor to make the affair a glorious Buccesa Beth are members of the band and closed their Btore at a great personal sacrifice to help furnish music They were represented iu the parade bv a huge float on which was a perfect representation of their five two story brick mercantile house An inscription on the float that struck everybody forci- Â¬ bly was Every Day is a Qrand Bargain Day at J O Fells At the city hall the firm had a Bplendld exhibit The one that attracted the most attontion was their patent end gate for wagouB This contrivance was explained by a convenient little model and every farmer vsho saw it was enthused POULTRY SHOW His Geo Yeager Exhibits Fowl Cherokee lii Lewisport Hancock county taken the cake whole bakery In fact she is entitled to the On Thursday August 25 she demonstrated to the world that she In the most St - kWj t and wMe airaVeSofflmHuHy for her gfzeTJn1Er6Un ivmo parade On that day she held her great street fair andjndustrial s tk Her merchants showed that they appreciated tlieltradq of thelrxountry custom- T SSBBHssBiSiBlfflBeHfflSBSBBlBBMSssBadSJMfl the freedom of the city and entertained them in royal style No expense was spared and no means neglected that would promote the happiness and enjoyment of the city ers and bo thoy just threw the gates npw and gave 8000 visitors - guests lx as though every resident of Lewisport had resolved himself 1 It seemed see into a t n S -- vfp A llwk v B1mHmW11111111MMBI r ifyr 1 fr flBB lit Alt I mtk committee of one whose dnty was to give eyery stranger a cordial greeting and of toit that hff or she drankcopioualy the fountain of pleasure The whole affair was a glorious success It would have reflected credit upon Louisville or Evansvllle It was a splendid exemplification of public spirit aud local pride and it ust covered that beautiful little town with a halo of glory From dewey morn till late at night the city spread itself in providing fun and amusement for its guests and there was not a dull hour during the livelong day The event jnst took peoploB breath away for its magnificence and joyousuesB and when a sober moment came those who witnessed and participated in the car- Â¬ nival of happiness wondered how it ail could be and puzzled themselves how so town numerically could give birth to so gigantic an affair it did seem as thoufclrthe mouse had labored and brought forth a mountain The only explana tion to the mystery is that Lewisport is the biggest little city on earth small Every mothers son or daughter who partook of the communitys hospitality during the day went away in love with the place and all will sing its praiBos the eloquence born of grateful enthusiasm for years to come The poultry show was very creditable The principal exhibitor was Mr George Yeager By the way he had an exhibit that was of unusual interest to poultry fanciers He had three coops of hsfamous Cherokee strain of fowl They aro an absolutely new breed and Mere originated by him Mr Yeager hai experimented with the strain for 18 year and has at last pro- Â¬ duced a fort tliit is peifectly true to color and markings They are uniform iu huo and the feather is of n beautiful mouBe color with a velvoty lustre that makes it one of the handsomest of ilomettic birds The chickens are distinctly American and their splendid built with their gamy appearance and hardy constitution make them the best all purpose birds that can be raised They are fine rangers and beat any of the Asiatics or American breeds as broil- Â¬ ers or egg producers Mr Yeager waa offered 35 for one coop of four birds but refused to sell Â¬ 1 THIS IS THE BIRD THAT SCREAMED AT LEWISPORT BANK EXHIBIT would invade it like a swarm of locusts so we will have to refrain from describ- Â¬ ing them There were squashes of glgautic slz corn too large to mention and the most luscious peaches pears and grapes Tho art needlework exhibit was a popular featuro It advertised the fact that Lewisport ladles are accomplished and they have a love for the beautiful The specimens of their work was sim Â¬ ply grand It is doubtful if there is another place in the wide world whore husbands are more blessed with good wives than are the Lewisport Benedicts The tobacco show was fine Some spleudid specimens of the weed were entered by W G Taylor and Ben Foln dexter who showed Burley Robert Stinnett James Southern and Joe Fate who exhibited Fryor A splendid Blgn of tho colored race wpb THE OONOERT shown as Fate one of the exhibitors was a colored man and his tobacco showed After dinner the merry round of plea that he thoroughly understands his sure again began The citizens appealed busiuees and has not a lazy bone iu his on the streets and the band chariot was body driven up to the front of Fells store and the Lewisport Military Band dressed in natty white duck uniformstook its place ROYAtLY ENTERTAINED A conceit was then given that was equal to aay musical festival ever given Visitors Feast on the Fat of the in this soction of tho Statu The boys do not play old worn out Land pieces but concert music and that they perform well goes without say Â¬ was 1230 oclock when the parade It ing This was one of the most enjoyable was over and everybody was hungry events of the days program was right here that Lewisport dem Â¬ It onstrated itself to he a broad guaged THE NIQHT PARADE town and one that was prepared for any emergency At night there was an lllumlnatod pa- Â¬ Theie were numerous lunch stands rade erected with plenty of everything to eat Floats decorated In overy conceivable and at tlm moot reasonable prices color and festooned with a myriad of Then the hotels made extra provision lights a legiou of beautifully trimmed for the vast crowd and they did them bicyles whose revolving wheels foraged selves proud by furnishing the brat ol prisms of rare beauty aud a battalion of accommodation and meals that could children drrssed In handsomo eostamea Hot be excelled and bearing gorgeous lanterns bmu It To cap the climax the clthnne theai seem like tho triumphal march of smbs selves showed Hut they realised all the fairy queen Ideals of Kentucky hospitality aad hey It was a living picture egorgaeaa invited visitors to their howes aad fad pWadar aad was a ttttag eettaeae to then oa the fat of the laad ttte chapter of Lewieports k leiory skat It was all dae aaaerowely and aa aa waa faraiaUad by this red VaMar day Â¬ GALA ATTIRE Lewisport Had on Her Best Bib and Tucker with Flags and Bunting Gave the Town a Festive Appearance SECOND DIVISION It was simply wonderful to see those Lewisport Military Band allegorical in- Â¬ little ones wheel to the right and left in dustrial and commercial floats mount the sinuous mazes of the snake march ed horsemen decorated vohicles and An then they circled in twos and three and wheeled and marched and courter agricultural machinery marched in a way that made the old THIRD DIVI810N soldiers present feel like picking up the whole brigade and hug them to death E S Watts Marshal THE CROWD it Was Remarkably Well Be- - THE PARADE Was a Thing of Beauty and a Joy Forever AMlle or GargeoHS Glltterlnn hived Not as faeMut Oeeurred That Detracted frtw the Pleasure of Visitors Brilliant Celor The number of people entertained by was coaaeivatively estimated at 8060 They came from nearby towns and from the country Some came afoot setae horseback others in every manner of vehicle and large parties were brought la by the trains The people began to come in early in the Morslng and by eleven oclock the streets aad sidewalks were Jammed by the happei caoet good humored and Javisl MMM afi haeaaaKy that had ever bee atlraeWbyVsfonliar event It wm a well dressed intelligent aud prosperous tasking crowd and it behaved Itself splewMiMi It was bubbling over with mirth gaiety and enthusiasm It was not a dyspeptic crowd There Md Met seem to be a Mate persaa lu it All had their appetites keenly whetted for eajayawiU aad they get It fe repla the erty The parade was simply grand beyond description The whole town was re Â¬ presented in it It is in place to remark right here if there are any croakers In Lewisport they were killed by the parade The wealthiest merchant in Lewisport was represented in the procession by a float and so was the colored barber It seomudto be the desire of everybody to be is the swim and all were there if the parade is spy criterion The flata were original in drsisn beautiful in decoration aud perfect in every way gome of them would have been worthy of the grett Mardl Gras procession that takes place at New Orleans every spring It was woaderul how popular this feature was Some of the merchants It was a orderly crowd and the tong a were pot coal eat with one float aloae aad arvakard was ooeeptdaes by hie but bad three or four aim nee AJ fai eUjr mafeJfal bad to tic The atoaated equestrians the bead The visitors the iadaatrla sad aVjegwieal Aeatsthe UmwhI IH jaet iiMnnsJ to UWn Mt spirit si Um town aad were o their beet harases boMM sad the etti Wrens brigada titatfariaad tW dUktaaai plwtifraaa mtJm baWaviasv waarileWrswett The horse and animal show was a rdV The procession started to move at elation to those who witnessed it The finest stock in Hancock county was ex- Â¬ 11 15 hibited by proud owners The horses The line of march was from the bead were greatly admired by everyone as of Market to Seventh thonce to Fell were also the other exhibits of fine ani Â¬ back to Third and thence to Seventh mals Although a distance of one mile sep Tho judges displayed rare judgment arated the extreme limits of the line of and the utmost fairness in awarding the march the head of the procession was ribbons to the prize winners crowding tho tail end on the second The magnificent auitnals shown speak round well for the enterprise of the farmers in There were many unique leatures in the rich country that surrounds the the parade The Fell Brothers had a thriving city of Lewisport perfect representation of their handsome FINE COAL EXHIBIT two story brick business house on a float a pair of oxen each weighing a ton drew An industrious colored miner with a dlmunltlve peanut roaster weighing about 100 ponnds two pretty little girls pick in hand and miners lamp attached wero dressed in Japanese costumes and to his bead worked away at Ids task of drawn by digging coal In the parade as vigorously were riding In a four boys of different hues of complex- as if he were iu tho pit He had his days task well In hand ion a beautiful lady dressed in a grace Â¬ while the parade was marching and his ful Grecian coitume mounted on a charger represented Cuba Libre1 and mine car was filled with tho Famous waved the lone star flip of theQneen of Falcon Coal This was M II EurlghU contribution the Antilles a mtlluer had a float that to the paiade was a perfect fairy bower John AdaiusJ The Falcon Coal ranks as tho third a prosperous farmor had his barouche highest grade of bituminous coal in the It corated aud rode in the paradr gaily His wife sat beside him and she was ap- Â¬ United States The mines are located at propriately labeled Adams Express Falcon a few miles above Lewisport It is the only p ace where this high quality Company can be mined THE BICYCLE RACES The parade was a revelation of the It is a superior grate and steam coal as beautyot color Some of the floats were it makes a hot regular fire and produces After the parade by the cnihlree pre real works of art They were as pretty but very little offal beingabeolately free paratioao were made to pall off the bi as pictures aad were inaeterplecea of frott clinkers or any foreign sabsteace eycle raees The eoutse was roped off decorative taleat Ills aa absolutely pure aeal aad Mr Miss Agnes WaMs was Qaaea of the Enright la conversation with a Nkws aad a street grader la charge of aa ex part was pat to work In a short Ubm Harvest Hhe Is a voaag lady of ex reporter said he was prepared to fill a fast toaek was wade and all was ready sjMlaite beauty aad oeewpM a Moat tkat ontars for aay quantity of the fuel at the Aa imraaaae crowd of people gatbared was k aa perfeat dreaas fana bad vary lowest prieea Lewisport had on her Sunday clothes From flagstaffs and standards galore old glory fluttered in the breeze The national colors were in evidence everywhere and thousands of yards of bunting were used by the patriotic people for decorative purposes The beautiful appearance presented helped to heighten the enjoyment of the visitors and served to make enthusiasm contagious Everyone was charmed by the scene of festive gayety and all were loud in their praises of the efforts of the origina tors A striking feature of the whole affair was the remarkable good tasto that was evidenced In all the decorative work There wero no gaudy eye sores Every opportunity for artistic display had been Birzed and the effects produced were in all cases beautiful and harmonious This display nroved beyond the shadow of a doubt that Lewisport people poeeess more than the ordinary share of culture and refinement Â¬ Â¬ Brigade of Epworth League children performing difficult and intricate mil- Â¬ itary evolutions THE HORSE SHOW Ben Folndexter and the Bank of Lew- Â¬ isport wore very much in evidence Mr Folndexter circulated among the crowd ol visitors and took it upon himself to see that all onjoyed themselves The Bank of Lewisport had onobf the most original floats in the parade It was a huge safe mounted upon runners and drawn by a yoko of mam Â¬ moth oxen It was the most solid and substantial appearing thing in the town and was typical f the magnificent finan Â¬ cial institution It represeuted On tho safe was palutod Bank of Lewisport Capital Stock 15000 Eqolppod with Burglar Froof Vaults Frovldes safety btorage for stocks bonds and valuables It was a very attractive feature aud excited a world of favorable comments Â¬ s THH BimOKmNRIiDam II ntrr UmnffUbco habit Ke T amoTii th cHlr for tobcro 1i Breckenridge hofM News HARDIN8BURG Thero is a new photograph gallery In town Mrs John Hensley is visiting relatives near Irvington A full lino of Jewelry nud intilcal goods at T O lowlfl Thomas Ithodea spent several days in Louisville last week B F Beard A Co are having their store house enlarged GeorgH Baker of Owensboro spent last Sunday In this city The colored teachers examination was held hero last week John P Haswoll Sr has been com Â¬ plaining for several days Miss Fannie McAteer of Louisville is visiting Mrs Ruben Miller T 0 Lewis knows how to doctor watches and clocks Try him W J Piggot and wife were the guests of Mrs G P Jolly last Sunday Bro of llarned Stark D Haynes sell Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer Mies Clara Aslicraft of Irvingtou was visiting Miss Allie Witt last week Ferd McGoe and wife of Irvington wero visiting Mm R S Skilltnan lost week W II Bowiner and wife of Clover port were visiting here one day last week vvmilTiUIUIIUIHlipfQ viooa tav ponun muoQCO I torvs inn yoa tiroo In halt nfirt tv jmm - a mw m m VOVX9V ne f BWI WKDNK8DAY A SoHg of AUGUST 31 1808 TBd 11 B m- rartd Bar own dnrrlwho yor NATHHACirron fdnrhrorm Tatk It With mmmWZ tllnfttlVfitlrmnUtt ntlr On titaallcarMj I botMtMt fcottl to rutted emt or wo rvfaad mom j Tcvft VUft ftfOl mmmM- - emu m MIMHMMnMW ths Trendies A onr PctW th men In the tmwht A tonf and well ling It to day I The Mauler tplt through the tangled grate The thelli bunt over the bajr And the weltetlng fire of htet that It hell Shoott down Iron the tun in thefrejrj A long I cried the men hi the trenchet A ong and well ting It today I A long of lore and its tale abore Of home and the old old way - Startling Sensation ess SALE We are Closing Out Goods Must Go 50 pes Calico worth Scat 3c 10 pes Blue Cottonude worth 15c 1 YeakeFs Great They had ttormed and carried Slbonejr i 1 hey had died in the ambuth there Bruaque and browned old regular And young cheek tmooth and fair Man toman they had Hood up and died Under Old Glory thete Man to man In the tun tctthed tide They had twept the hill and the foe defied And now in the trenchet aide by tide They lay on their burned backa bare It waa heat heat heat and blaring gun J and the aoggy trench ahart from pllileti tun Blood and the tulphitr tlench It wat blistered wound and powder ttlng Blood and ttaggcr and reel And the hyena laugh of the while ghott thing That leapt Irani a womb of ateil It waa volley and volley from Mauser gun Thunder and roar from fleet And the anawering crack of the Jorgenton From the men who never retreat And now there fall t a allrnte In the trenchea on the night Aa deep aa when the dying Kneela at the kneet of night i A alienee but more omlnoua Than all the bulleta ale 11ie alienee that precede resolve The dusk that limna the atar Twat broktn by a long that awept The singer from their ftet From trench to trench it awelled Above the thunder of the fleet And living lips and dying lips Caught up Ihe lad refrain In triumph It rolled down the line In splendor back again And the atarspangitd banner in triumph ahall wave Oer the land of th free and the home ol the brave Thlrat rulleaa operation and furnishing employment to fortv or fifty men as thoy were a few summers past It put several extra dol- Â¬ lars in circulation Tho moonlight picnic down at the lake lost Saturday night was quite a Several of the yonog ladles succrHH spread an elegant supper which was enjoyed by all thorn present I haye fornile in Glenileann onp lionsand lot well fixed well improved will sell clcap too omall for my business anyone wish to purchase come and see Repectfully J II Brown Miss Irene Board will leave this week to take charge of her school at Glendean Mies Board lias taught at Gleandean for the last two years and has proven herself to bo a satisfactory teacher Eugene Hiyne of Cloverport bought a few more acres of land last week from Ernest Henderson and he belioves it is now the best investment a man can make We believe he is right Any Â¬ way successful farming makes the most independent men and some of the most talented men have come from the farms - NM8 oloybrport ky iiniiiiiiii ii i BW imi i ii mum imin ii ii mm MWWMdbMlMMWMaMMMMPMWWMMMWMIMWBWWW--- W JLICEJIS I The Daviess County Fair OWENSBORO KY I El il il c OCT 4 S 3 7 8 98 IS ESSENTIALLY A FARMERS FAIR g ii -- - - - - J - ROME IND Whitehead was In town Friday Rod Shoemaker went to Louisville on Sunday Quiet a large crowd attended church at the M E church Sunday Miss Corda Wade of Willow Hill Studio went to Tobinsport Thursday Airs Lucoal Price and sister Miss Helen left for their home Ada Ohio Thursday The rain prevented quite a crowd from attending the picnic at German Ridge Wednesday The ball of last Tuesday was quite a succeroand wo hope Mr Wheeler will soon favor us with another We hear that we are to have a fino store in our town and also a mlllinary shop We are all in favor of same Miss Grace Allen accompanied by her cousin Miss Stuart Groves went to Lou- Â¬ isville Sunday Miss Groves will remain a few weekfl Mr and Mrs Jack Mattingly of Har diuburg passed through Rome Friday enroute to Sample where they will at tend a large picnic Prof J D Groves accompanied by his brother Sydney left for Vincennea Ind Tuesday Prof J D has accepted a position in the high school Mr and Mrs A E Conner who for the post six weeks have been visiting frieuds and relatives returned to thoir home InTerre Haute Saturday OO at 9c Tho Premiums for agricultural and llvo stock exhibits are the largest ovor awarded They guarantee tho finest exemplification of intelligent and progressive husbandry ever seen in this section box samplo Slippers and Shoes at 49c set Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5c Ladies Corsets worth 50c Remnants Silks at your own prico Ladies Vests at 4c Boys Vests at 3c Ladies Hose 10c quality at 5c 10c 15c and 20c Organdies at 5c 10 doz Century Corsetsworth 8100 our price 49c Best Jeans Pants 49c 36 Mens all wool filling suits worth 7 at 398 Sample Hats at your own price Instructive and Entertaining The Fine Show will be instructive and che Fast Races Diving Elks and other attractions will furnish exhilerating amusement for all Jf- - v Misi Fannie Smith left last Friday to take charge of her school at Elizabeth town Misses Titchner and Gilmore of Cal- Â¬ houn are the guests of Mies Bsio Beard Prof Logans school will open next Monday Ho looks for a good atten- Â¬ at 25c JW Dr CARTER Secretary H JH HICKMAN President SEND FOR PREMIUM LIST dance Miss I ella Klncbeloti ha accepted a position as primary teacher at the Pub- Â¬ lic school Dan Smith came in last Sunday from Garfield and spent the day among his It waa volley and volky Irom Mauiergun Thunder and roar from fleet And then the charge of the Jorgenson And men who never retreat hwaapijced ofl steel or wall of atone The sweep of a torrent along The echoing noteaof a victor tone In Ihe burat of a battle song 1 hey awept h Caney aa they ran They stormed the Spanish lairs And on the height of San Juan They placed the banner there O you who die In the trenches hinging the aong of the free Do you know that time and apace and clime Are an endleta long for thee I O ye who die in the trenchea O ye who never retreat Do you know that the bits of the shadowy atar Are rungs for your coming teat John Trotwood Moore in the Chicago Times- Herald Groceries 20 lbs nice Sugar 81 00 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25c Good Coal Oil 10c per gal Good Green Coffee 3 lbs for 25c friends here Wm Hensley says that about 75 per cent of the tobacco raised in this coun Â¬ ty is Burley Mrs M Kakridge entertained Dr Kin cboloes family and visitors to tea one evening lost week Arthur Walker fornmrly of Bewley ville is staying at the ofliee of Dr If Board in his absence Miss Hattie May who has been visit ing her sister Mrs Slurnm at Sacramen to has returned home Â¬ Â¬ BIG CUT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS k Mi Brandenburg Ky Go VISIT US THEWARISOVER But We Are Still in the Fight IF YOU WANT Fertilizers OR A Grain Drill It will pay you largely to see us We are Headquarters and ow Prices ALWAYS PREVAIL And good terms if sold on 1899 wheat crop Dont Fail to Come and Consult us Have alicady sold 8 car loads and want to havo a train load for AddiDick direct from tho largest son fertilizer works in tho world Â¬ COME COME AND SAVE AND MAKE MONEY When you call for DeWltta Witch LODIBURG the great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont be talked Harold Beard has had o dismiss his Wm Hardin is b jilding an addition to into accepting a substitute or piles for school for two weeks on account of a his store Haynes sores for burns Short protracted meeting that is in progress Miss Nettie Koch of Louisville is near his school BEWLEYVILLE visiting here If the crops are not good on your farm Mr and Mrs John Avltt went to Irv- Â¬ is is too for home Sat- Â¬ this year it your own fault It Miss Mary Moorman left ington Saturday late now to make up the loss with a few urday Mrs and Mrs Willie Gibson Holt are summer boarders Hon Clias Blanford was away the visiting here now Mrs Tula Morris Misses Clare Morris greater part of last week Dr John Hardin wife and baby Bran- Â¬ Lah Meador and Mr John Meador of Misses Julia Sanders and Mary Peyton Big Spring vero the guest of Mrs A denburg spent Sunday here continue to visit friends M Kiucheloo last Meek Paul Hardin and son Claude of Lou- Â¬ Mrs Will Paul visited friends at Garisville spent a few day here last week There was an all day meeting and a field several days last week Mr and Mrs Sam Keys Irvington basket dinner out at Antioch last SunClare and Edwin Jolly of Irvington day Rev II O Hook and Brother spent Sunday with Mr Keys parents visited Hurlbut Cain last week Sneed did the preaciiing Mr and Mrs Henry Head of Meade Miss Mollie Clarkson went from Mrs Dont stand around on the streets and county visited Wm Heads family Sun Â¬ Coxs to visit friends at Elcron smoke cigarettes like a Cloverport dude day Miss Mabel Hardin ono of Branden- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Chaa Drury attended the Get a movo on you and you will see the appearance of better times burgs fair young ladies visited here lost funeral services of Dr Davy Lewis Quiet a delightful evening was spent week G A Foote and family visited rela- Â¬ at Miss Annie DeJarnettes lost Friday Mr and Mrs A M Hardin spent the tives in Hardin county from Friday to Miss DeJarnettti entertained in honor of Saturday very pleasantly with Mr Nick Sunday Miss Bessie Beards visitors Paynes family at Webster Will Jolly wife and children spent Mrs Alvin Sklllman Misses Eulah Rev Lewis could not fill his regular Thursday with Mrs K M Jolly at Irv and Lizzie Miller Daisy Mclntyre Alice appointment Sunday at Walnut Grove ington Baker and S A Pate and wife spent last but services were held in the church Miss Mary Blanford had several of her Wednesday at the TarSpringi friends to dine with her Friday A Mr Jones has a device for making FORDSVILLE pleasant time spri nes for beds couches etc He will Bevin Cain Bpont several days with to have anyone needing this Sidewalks of our town are being im- Â¬ Nannie Lee Jolly at Irvington the later be pleasod kind of work call around and see him proved of the week part R S Sklllman closed out his office Mr Ray Bruner has purchased him a Frank Adkisson of Kirk pasted our futures last week He thinks he will lot and is building a residence town one day last week on his way to be compelled to go to Texas unless see Miss Ola Shumate Miss Bertha Miller from Louisville is some kind of business opens for him Mrs Hattie Robin of Louisville who the guest of her sister Mrs Bob Loyd here is visiting Mrs Bate Washington attend Mrs Fred May has gone to her home B F Beard thinks of building a brick ed church here Sunday morning at Cloverport on a visit to her parents wall on the north side of his store house The Chairman of our school trustees Mrs J B Howard returned from Phil- against Are John Sbouse announced Sunday morning that our ai a protection of Cloverport was here last week to pot lost week where she has been visit Â¬ public school would begin the first ing relatives make a bid on the work Monday in September MUs Nora Martin who has been visit- Â¬ The Breckenridge Asphalt mines are Dr Strother came down Sunday for ing her parents aud other relatives has situation within a few miles of Hardins Miss Willlebee Moorman who has been burg and our citterns are interested in returned homo the guest of friends for a couple of week The Baptist Aid Society met with Mrs breaking up the monopoly now on In Sorry to have her go Louisville When these mines am in Woodson on Tuesday afternoon and the Tho arrival of little Mary Durie Heron at Dr Franks lost Saturday Aug 27th was hailed with great pleasure by all Congratulations to the happy mother Sugar is something that everybody wants aud is quite as much a necessity as a luxury So let us have all we can get and cheap and from the smallest of the Philippines If need be There were present at a dinner party with Mils Florence Cain Aug 21st MIsseH Lena Drury Willlebee Moorman nrrnv fl Lucy Beasley Blanche Jolly Julia 3ttttUXfe Sanders Mary lilanford Mary Keith and M King out Blag Im tas mw tbe old Minnie Stith and Allen Stlth Allen King out ihUl9 ElsgteUwtrue didnt think there was anyone there but We bring to you the new and true from the Lucy Hazel Salve Â¬ Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer makes big crops of wheat Special prico 20 per ton Sold by Stark D Haynes Bros of Harned Methodist will meet with Mrs Hayes on Monday Both societies are accomplish Â¬ ing a great deal of good Mrs Allen Sargent son and daughter from Rockport Intl are guesta of W II Sargent and family Madame Rumor reports several weddings on the tapis in the courso of three or four months Mrs Bob Crider is visiting her broth- Â¬ er Hnry Moorman who is sick with typhoid fever nearGlendeauo Mr and Mrs O O Smith gave a party in honor of their cousins Misses Smith of Hartford Ky last Friday eve All pr sent spent a pleasant evo Candy Cathartic euro constipation forovor 10oS5c It C O O all drurcists refund money SOME THINGS We Want You to Know We do not want to carry our old stock of goods to our new house It will entail a great expense We want to start in with an absolutely fresh line of general merchandise To sell our old stock we have reduced th price on everytning Educate Tour Ilovrcla With Cuacaret You Will Save From 10 to 50 Cents Biggest Ever Held I On every dollar purchase of us FLII AT HARDIN COUNTY SHELLMAN IRVINGTON KY CO Elizabethtown SEPTEMBER Ky TALK ABOUT BARGAINS I I 6th 7th Jtth ou the L 9th HERE THEY ARE Bugay and Harness for 5000 First class outfit Cotton Top Mattress for 2 Solid Oak Bedsteads for 3 and up Automatic Sewing Machine best make 840 We are headquarters for FURNITURE HALF FARE tN 1 T L 0 and the L II Railroads St 2000 in Premiums for Live Stock Poultry Horticultural and Agricultural Exhibits McGLOTHLAN PIGG0TT 3 Exciting Races Large Purses Every Day 3 Will Send for Speed Program V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Practice in all ihe Courts in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade Balloon Ascension and Pnrachute Lcup Every Day and Music by Fine Military ELIZADBTHTOWN KY Band Chums collected Mortgages Notes Lions and other securi ties enforced and tho money turned ovor promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look cdmto Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written 6th 7th 8th and 9th c Websters International Dictionary 5 SttrccHtor Pfiht Unalrltlunl Tito One Great Standard Authority Kowriuauonil J iircwrr iuucv i p nuiKcma luut r--n nf tho I H Doti frliiUnir Hupti iii onhr tlw Court ul Ilia hUlv ml uiiriaHiHiorntflr iiiriiw tin oooooooooooooooooo CHAEGES REASONABLE OPFIOES COURT HOUSE Hardlnshurg NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ilev B Perry Weaver preached in the Methodist church Aug 28th as was announced last week His subject was Gods friendship to man His text For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son etc He and his party dined at the homo of T J Jolly The people are well pleased and every body wants him to come again and often GOLDINKOD plaey forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey BlHiMlurd tH i Iit Hints Hiiperliilviulriili Ctmuueiidecl I blioolbi Warmly ullrua T a My Specialty IS HORSE -- SHOEING A I FOR SALE Genuine Missouri White Rye and Orchard Grass Seed at - AddlsouDlek ADDISON KY One Minute Ceugh Cure cure Tfc U what It wj mni for To OoBiHBStlvei As an honest remedy Foleys Honey aud Tar does not hold out lalse hopes In odvauctNl stagee but truthfully claims to give comfort aad relief in the very worst coses and la early stages to effect a cure A It Flaher Glove port R A Shell hub StepheBeport Gc rdoa A HayHes AW Mardlubirg Pateevllles 0 W I Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permaaeat Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Infbuaed surface of the Lungs ana Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhlla rated the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there U no Inclination to cough OLD BY ALL SOOB llllUl uiiuout III diiUmitftuerUiiritira IIIVUlMAblU It Kt LimiU In kf UUUilMTt itnt on ujipticuilonTa i Q I C aierrliiiu Co IHhlUltcrH jMiutt JTAjiclmi tilumtur Ilia limiMlioli nml lu ma teuriirr ijiirmr tiro 1I jrwiuiia uan nut i nr lint voui Uu mi w BLACKSMITHINO T 1 11 KlIIUH OI flarluirHalllMiiutf iwctlonru t i AM xtHv Bar IB ftHMttf f M eUlea Only IWIIMIIIMI1MI Mnat MM M YEARS OLD wtdBfvvBMd qul 10 ft BMI rW4VTU It tlTW rUt a4 pinummt rM A MWMtH Me Oa and 100 Slaaa C SURE YOU SET BH0lT DoBertaSil7JTn OMITIrtN buyloB pBiall le altai rMioiiriiU of Wtlxfeti Iiitcrniilurutl I Union y lu Hm vailnm lm War our Imla uiarK on rii i rjiii wvtT ii mjh ii in ma ouit eotr All anilintlo maKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top style I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my lino consult me wauun HOLT KY Ik Mis - fklu4mif WILL PAUL r i 4 JF DUTSCHKE DWltt Wrtch oeovro Haal Salt j TUB Breckenridge 1 1 BHE3LOKRKLRIDQE1 NKWS OLOYERPORT it A Jtf FLOUR News 1K98 i - WKDNKflTUY AlfnUSTlM SPRAY YOUR TREES jllininU i llC fH Officials THE CITY DJU All 1E DIcWkIb Meodr Hatl aem Kldmeya Itcnr Mat Dcatkw Deer DIGKS BEST THAT TASTES JV I this brand THE WHEAT People- who caro for flavor and wliolosomcnuaa as well as tho looks of thoir broad will upprcciato - Spraylifl InereaHS The Market Value of all Fruit Crops Large orchardlsts liavo estimated In the case of the apple crops that spraying will protect from fifty toaovonty five per cent of tho fruit which would otherwise be wormy and that the market price line increased at least 1 and sometimes as much aa 2 60 per barrel tho cost of OF spraying being from sovon to eighteen cents per tree Including labor and spray ing material In the case mentioned by 0 L Marlatt of an orchard in Virginia only one third of which wa sprayed the result was an increase in the yield of Bound fruit In tho portion treated of nearly fifty per cent and an Increaso of the value of this fruit over the rest of 100 per cent The loss from not having treated the other two thirds was estimat- Â¬ ed at 2600 Tlio saving to the plum crop and oilier small Iruita lrequentiy What amounts to the securing of a perftctcrop where otherwise no yield of sound fruit could be secured Massachusetts Ploughman Papers and Citizens Accuse City J DISCREDITING OF LOUISVILLE IK iVuiwrltEltR consumption of the bowels rheumatism and a bad cough I wai discharging bloody matter from tny kidneys and ahreds of fleeh and blood from my boirelt I suffered much pain was very near death My wife had female weakness We found no relief until we used your Kidney and DockacUe Cure A few doses gave me relief and i bottles cured My wife took 3 bottles and Is herself again I never knew a remedy possessed of such power for good Our case are a standing recommendation for It here Randolph Iowa May It IMS DrFtnner DearBlri I had kidney dlitasa SwHii s7 I V They are Responsible for the Boycott Instituted Against Kentucky Asphalt NEWS WfZf F5Mssl5aBssssssssssssssssfcst it e0 IUHjE THE STIRS lis Views THEM ALL UP Gives the Editors of the Dispatch and Post Say An Alderman TmZ JJNITEP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOWT 99 y Jjr v it- - Disorder of causes Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science xou can eat tneso iau- lets as you would candy 8ond for free booklet on kldnoy diseases Sold by all druggists or sont on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 THE OLD FASHIONED QIRL stituted by tho city officials of Louisvillo against Kentucky asphalt a Next product of Breckenridgo county A Flour That Cunntit Bo Excelled Do Not Neglect the idncys and Its editorial utterances have stirred others to action and the follow- Â¬ than the counties are independent of It is mado of eolccted wheat and contains all tho gluten there is in the grain Bladder LnuUville Tho City Council In insist Â¬ will find this Hour a sure panacea Theso two brands are mado by the ing aro Bomo of the comments provoked ing upon open competition has not only thesq important organs SAVED OUR LIFE The News has fought hard and unceasingly to lift the boycott in- Â¬ CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist door abovi- - Pavre Coi Cloverpott OUR NAVY Sufferers from dyspepsia GOOD CITIZENS Of Louisville Trying to Build up The City And The State EDITOIt OP TUB BnKCKKNItlDQK Nkws I am in receipt f a copy of our issue of the the 24th inst and have read with some interest your criticisms of Mr Wm A Robinsons article Some of the points you make about our good city are woll takeu and we would doubtless pro- Â¬ fit by adopting some of your suggestions especially such as refer to tho use of Kentucky products for making our endeavored to protect tho city treasury BEST FLOUR MILL IN COUNTY but has also been loyal to the broaderln Thoroughly remodeled now machinery installed new boltint cloths added capacity increased to 60 with us bring your printing press along terr8ts of the city in the matter of its with you and puMIsh a big newspaper business relations with the people of the barrels improved swing sifter and purifier that cleans and grades the wheat has been put in the mill Custom trade catered to and solicited Wholesale trade invited to buy our pure Hour and thus and call it the Louisville Breckenridge remainder of the stale If Louisville expects the aid of the counties of Ken Â¬ please customers Daily News I will promlso you in be- Â¬ half of tho Board of Trade aud the tucky in the development of her com- Â¬ ADDISON mercial and industrial interests she Board of Aldermen a hearty welcome KY Besides you will have uo city tax to pay must at least deal fairly with Kentucky for fivo years and fuithermore we will products not allow any member of tho happy family to mention the divorce or the For broken surfaces sores Insect JACK OF ALL TRADES Kites burns skin diseases and especially subordinating business piles there is one reliable remedy De Yours for the whole state R B GiLBwiT M D Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you The Farmer Must be a Un- Â¬ call for De Witts dont accept counterLouisville Ky Aug 25 iversal Genius feits or frauds You will not be disap- Â¬ pointed with DeWitts Witch Hazel DISCREDIT THE CITY Salve Short Haynes To be Independent Ife Must Know BRECKENRIDGE DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer CLOVERPORT - HIGH - SCHOOL Â¬ FALL TERM August Opens Monday 29th 1898 She Was a Young Girl at Fifteen Years of Age She was a little girl until she was flf en years old and then she helped her other in her household duties She d her hours to play and enjoyed her She never If to the fullest extent d to her mother I dont want to for wedience was to her a cherished virtue ie arose in the morning when called nd we do not suppose she had her hair ne up in curling papeis and crimping She ob or banged over her forehead 1 not grow into a young lady and talk -- Dout her beau before she was in her teens and she did not read dime novels nor was Bbe fancying a hero in every boy she met The old fashioned girl was modest in her demeanor and she nover talked slang or used bywords She did notlaugh at old pcoplo nor ike fun of cripples co She had respect for her elders and gis not above listening to words of unsel from those olderthan herself ie did not know as much as her uioth Lc nor did she think that her judgement as as good as that of her grandmother Suv did not go to parties by tho timo she was ten years old and stay till after mid alght dancing with chance young men who happened to be present She wont to bed in season and doubtless she said her prayers and Blept tho sleep of inno- Â¬ cence rose up in the morning happy and capable of giving happlucfs And now if there is and old fashioned girl in the world today may heaven bless and keep her and ralso up others liko her Bishop Coegrove Boat Tobacco 8lt iud Smoke Your 11ft Awsjr tobacco easily and forover be mag netic full of life norvo and vigor talio the wonderworltr that malic ucalcmen trong All druggists SOc or tl Curu Guaran teed Booklet und sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York Io quit Â¬ WAR AND LUXURY Thirteen Women Could Equip Fifty two Regiments of Soldiers It It costs 70000 to equip a regiment estimated that thirteen women se Â¬ lected at random from the ranks of New York society could easily furnish in case of necessity from their Jnwtlry alone enough to completely equip fifty two regiments of soldiers or twelve more regiments than there are in tho n gular army of the United States cavalry artillery and infantry Mrs William Astorri iwela are said to be worth Mrs Bradley Martins 340000 482000 George Goulds j Mrs lira Lather Konntzaa 1300000 Mrs 200000 Mrs Oliver II P Ogden Mills Frederick Mrs Belreeats 600000 VMuferblltf 300000 Mrs William O Whitney 100000 Mrs Hany Whit says 200000 Mrt Henry Sloaues 40000 r Mrs Frederick Gerhardts 187906 It is difficult to estimate the reeoMe ef a country where the jiwelry e f UiIHam women alone would sraouut io8m00e Seltcted 500-000 Death lurks feowek Bafwi Driikiag Water impure Water It Tbfecfa dlnaasos oftoti id epidemic form The irtt syniptoei if loownws of the Tkaee diseases are cheeked by laklag Foleys OoHc Guru A R FWier Otevetport It A 8i1Ikb Wephens- pert wJb A Hay aw Iatesvllh Witt MKiBbir2 LAWJL IS A DATB vvkW iXipfflpTiHf1ifiT Byff OM VOOH Lavak at It wm m ktm ytw WiiS fVWV streets and placing restraints upon con- Â¬ tractors monopolies and designing poli Â¬ ticians I beg to remind you however notwith Â¬ standing your broad assertions against our city that there are quite a goodly number of our citizens who are honestly and energetically doing all in their power not only to build up the metropolis of the State but at the same time to de- Â¬ velop the various resources of the whole State of Kentucky I may remind you that some such people are officers in the municipal government and If you will read the proceedings of the board of councilman you will observe that the interest in your countys product viz has figured Breckenridge Asphalt If the owners and quite prominently agents of the Kentucky Breckenridge Asphalt will put forth as much zeal and entriy in pushing their business enter- Â¬ prise as has been exhibited by some of tneir rivals whom you refer to as mo- Â¬ nopolists there is good reason to hope that the Kentucky Rock Asphalt Com pany or Companies may monopolize the street paving business of Louisville You do Louisville an injustice by your intimations that sho desires to divorce herself from Kentucky aud that if she had her way she would subordinate everything in the State Ac Tlioso are terms divorce and suhonlinatn harBh aud refer to harsh and unpleasant thlugs I am quite sure the good people of Louisvillo have nover for once enter tained an idea of such things as you charge against them Tho States chief city may in some sense be compared to the housewife and the rural districts uslDg your analogy to the husband Now this union of State and City man like the union between man and wife is of heart and ban one and inseparable aud whatever works for the good of one redounds to tho glory of the other The children of the union whether they choose to live in the towns or on the farms should dwell together in peace and work for the welfare of tho whole family not only for each others finan Â¬ cial prosperity but for their moral and social elevation as well Then by a strong pull and pull altogether we can remove the hideous mountains that your fancy sees in the pathway of Kentucky and Louisville Let me suggest another reason why there should be no thought of dismem Â¬ berment of this time honored family union oi Kentucky and Louisville A large per centum of the successful busi- Â¬ ness men in Louisville are but tho elder brothers of those living in the country Their talents and energies sought a wider field of opportunities aud they naturally drifted to the financial center of the commonwealth yet fondly retaining their loye for tho hearthstone at the old home stead in the country While living In the city and maybe building up larg wholesale houses banking houses or manufacturing establishments yea and even holding stocks In corporations and if you please tnnuoplius this same city man has lost none of his love for tho old farm where his younger brothers still live aud follow the plow No my dear brother of the Brecken Â¬ ridge News there are no grounds to Justify the broad statements used by yourself to create prejudice in our good old State btw- n the town boys and thr country boys For as Mr Robinson claims it is the co operation of all our people that la to stake Louisville and with her old Kentucky great Your marked copy may de w a little harm by Its prejodieed toe btit like a boemenug ijt rnuat return ad hit the oe wbe threw it Let m not get Into a family qaerptl over ipiafiaary ilia Uewe to ee your jsjty kin note frquaUy tmi gp bettor Wiialwtod mm ye will Utlak Jttoro va or why aot omm to ttw Â¬ - Louisville Officers Responsible For Boycotting Kentucky Asphalt The Louisvillo Post which has been fighting the asphalt combine In a vigor- Â¬ ous manner for months in an editorial headed The State Must Bo Heard says in part Here in Kentucky we have deposits of asphaltlc rock which makes the best streets in the world Altogether the best streets In Louisville have been mado with this material as any will see who will compare Breckinridge street with First or Third street If here in Louisvillo wo decree an opdn door to the rock asphalt of Ken- Â¬ tucky we open the door elsewhere and develop immensely one of the natural resources of Kentucky benefiting alike ourselves and the people of Kentucky The significance of this contest is rec- Â¬ ognized by the people of Louisville and tuo people of Breckenridge county Our own officers discredit the city through- Â¬ out tho State by boycotting this Ken- Â¬ tucky product Ab long says tho Breckenridee county News as Louisville will discrim- Â¬ inate against the products of the State of Kentucky then that long will it stand in the way of its own growth Tho provincialism of Louisville has mado it egotistic Were tho city to have its way In all things the State would bo subordinate to its chief municipality There is no such word in the lexicon of Louisville apparently as reciprocity These aro bitter words more bitter than the occasion justifies for it is not Louisville that is boycotting the State on this matter it is a few men in public po Bilious who refuso to redeoin promises mado and impled when they were can- Â¬ didates for office The taxpayers of Louisville are arrayed against tuis combine and aro contending for their own interests for the interests of Kentucky and for the interest of good city government elsewhere SORE MOUTHED PIOS A Valuable Hint Everything Tho Texas Farm and Ranch Bllences the guns of that large force of superficial critics who imagine farming to be simple and who hold that intelligence and gen eral knowledge are not necessary to suc- Â¬ cess therein It observes editorially A farm should be a nation in miniature and its practical independence should be recognized and maintained This is nee- essary in order that the reward of well directed labor may bo enjoyed Tho merchant need only to buy judiciously and sell at a profit That is nil there Is to his business The banker lends money discounts notes and buys and sells exchange He may be successful if he knows nothing else Rut it Is diUor ent with the farmer his business invol- Â¬ His ves a multitude of separato factors estate is an omnlum gatherum which must bo reduced to order and each separate feature worked out under rules and methods appropriate to the caBe He from tinshould be a kering a clock to running a thresher from half soling a Bhoe to upholstering a carriage If he must take his plow to the blacksmith or his wagon to the wheelwright every time something goes If he must have a carpenter wrong whenever he wants some woodwork done J if he cannot conduct the building of a barn sinking a well the measuring of a field the grading of a ditch without foreign holp ho is far from the indepen- Â¬ dence lie should enjoy Workshops and tools for wood aud iron and leather should bo as distinctive a feature of every farm as land aud fences barns and Bestock vohicles and implements cause no farm can be run without mechanical labor a farmer should as far as possible have practical training found- Â¬ ed upon scientific principles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TERMS to Farmers Raising Hogs Primary Department Intermediate Department Advanced Department Academic Department Teachers Course State Certificate State Diploma Music Department llBOFerMpnth 175 2 00 The disease known as ulcerated sore mouth is prevalent among young pigs throughout tho country and in some sections Is affecting oldor swine The symptoms are ulcers on the inside and outside of the lips but most frequently on the inside lip near the line of union with the jaws aud in front of where tho lips unite Occasionally they appear on the outside of tho lips and will then be found about the nose or the extremity of the lower lip The ulcers are round light colored spots extending deeply in- Â¬ to tho lip enlarging as the disease ad- Â¬ vances Sometime the eyes become in Â¬ flamed and filled with matter tho lids Btlcing out The disease Is supposed to be due to the contract of tho mouth with germi nated filth and plainly the prevention of the disease la clean peas and yards As Boon as thd ulcers appear they should be touched with a 5 per cent so- Â¬ lution of silver nitrate using a small swab for the purpose and the mouth washed out with a weak solution of boracic acid If this remedy is applied early most of tho Infected pigs may be saved After the disease makes its ap- Â¬ pearance in a herd tlm udders of the sow should be washed thoroughly be Â¬ fore farrowing and the pigs watched carefully so that the troatment may be applied in time Ex Â¬ 3 00 300 350 400 GO cents per lesson or 10fi0 per quartei Good Board In the best of homes may be had from 200 to 250 per week Personal interest taken in all pupils SEND FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS S E HANCOCK Principal and Husliiess Manager Cloverport Kentucky Breckenridge Normal College IIARDINSBURG KY Fifth Annual Session OpensSept598 AND CONTINUES FORTY It sustains Four WIKS YD I UU 11 0UKht to know that when suffer iDg from any kldnoy trouble that a safe sure romedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded RA R Fisher Olovorport A Shellmau Stephensport Gordon Hay nes Patesville W E Witt Hardlns burg Mans Life Analyzed statistician has estimated that an average man 50 years old has worked 6500 days has slept 0000 has amused himself 4000 has walked 12000 miles has been ill 500 days has partaken of 30000 meals eaten 16000 pounds of meat and 1000 pounds of fish eggs and vegetables and drunk 7000 gallons of fluid A V Though according to the report of the Inspector of Mines In Kentucky we have in this State a deposit of the best paving material of the world which if developed would destroy tlm asphalt comblno In oyery city In the Union yet at the behest of the Barber Company Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ and to protect lis interests the city of ed that Do Witts Little Early Risers are Lfuisville boycotts the tftate reliable llttlo pills for regulating tt e bowels curing constipation and sick CRITICISMS headache They dont grtpe Short Haynes Wtiat Constitutes That Important Clement of Character Of Louisvilles Course Are Well A Military Genius The Snre La Grippe Cure There is no use suffering from this dreadful malady If you will only get the right remedy You are having pain all through your body your liver is out of order having no appetite no life or am- Â¬ bition havo a bad cold in fact are completely used up Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief They act directly on your Liver Stomach aud Kidneys tone up the wholo system and make you feel like a new being They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded For sale at Short A Haynes drugstore only 60 cents per bottle PURE QR1T Â¬ Courses viz Preparatory Scientific Business and Teachers We receive students and thoroughly prepare them for entrance to the best University Classes Our Teachers recei vo First class County Certificates Many receive a State Certificate or State Diploma Many improvements have been made during the past year Seme Labratory Work has been prepared the Library increased and tho Courses of Study revised TUITION Board From 2 00 to 2 60 800 PER TERM per week Address all communications to J lB4e RUSSELVILLE KY II B LOGAN laoa LOGAN COLLEGE A G MURPHY One of the Best Buildings In the State Well equipped Faculty from the great schools of this country and Europe President Founded Says the patch Dis- - The following editorial commenting upon the editorial headed As to Essen Â¬ tials to Louisvilles Futuro Greatness that appeared in the Nkws last week was published In the Louisville Dis Â¬ patch August 25 The Dispatch prints In another column this morning an extract from an editor Â¬ ial in the Bbkckknbidok Nkws and every intelligent man who baa the inter Â¬ ests of Louisville at heart knows that many of the criticisms contained In this article are well founded There aa be no doubt that the Board of Fubllo Work iq shutting on competition in asphalt street building baa gone contrary to the intervetfl of the municipality la this par Â¬ ticular Blatter It baa also done much to itolate Louisville front he remainder of the state aud to create a suspicion tltat the powem that be in Lottta villf a not loyal to the Intawaia J KaeUwky LeuiariUe la M iwtr peadeat U the MwalaMlet of the ateto Lieutenant how goes your campaign against tho falrMIss Bullions heart Its over She has surrendered I went thern last evening intending mere ly to make a demonstration Finding leas resistance than I expected I moved forward and and I soon had her sur- Â¬ rounded Owing to the superiority of my arms sho capitulated at once Â¬ Where Suicide Is Heeeed The Chinese look upon all sulcldta with honor except when the suicide is from trouble caused by gambling Fre Â¬ quently if a Chinaman insults another the quarrel Is followed by the suicide of the insulted man who thinks he has cast ignonny on his aggressor by taking hla own life Ter Tin KM Ytn Bmm the CASTOR I A Iakata ad Ckiltka Kftt Ahwfl ImcM wn if JlfFEJ Mean natures always feel a sort of W t terror before great natures and many a U SALARY Of COMMISSIONS through base thought has been unutterud 313 317W5THST fear inspired by tho presence of one CO CINCINNATI O noble man As a rule pure grit char- Â¬ -r 011 PAMTfi Indc fVit runi acter has the right of way Iu the to j ments kept in repair Q of men permeated with grit presence nlcr I loroneyeur and sound in character meanness and iitvjr f rniii out of sight Mean men baseneas slink Samploa and solf measure blanks sent by mail are uncomfortable dishonesty trembles hypocrisy is uncertain Grit is a permauent solid quality which enters Into the very structure the very tissues of the constitution A weak OF man a wavering irresolute man may be spunky upon occasion he may be plucky in an emergency but pure grit la a part of the very character of B F BEARD President strong men alone WILL MILLKR Vice President It Is that eUiment of character which irj M H BEARD Cast enables a man to clutch hla aim with an iron grip and keep the needle of hie 8W BHARI Okweior purpose pointing to the rtajr of his bops HOXRIS WKRIDUK J Through wtMhlne and storm throngs R U J0tLT hnrrieane and eaapeet through alot INTEREST PAIS W TIME KPJMTS aad rain with a leaky ship with a crew in Mutiny It nefeeveiea In fast nettling DR CALDWELLS May Co but death oaa Mbdite it and it dlea still LMD OAKXXLTO atnittliUsfr Bacosis OURKS INDIKTION 111 A ainLPnTni Auditor Branch Manager i ft In vry city or town IW I I I I -- w rwm F SUTSfifOoornjnon -- HUNTER TAILORING xrtnn r i wv V ntii ir f BANK J ILHunsche HARDINSBUEG lr The TAILOR Will be Clover with port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Gasper W f NYRUI PEPJ N t t i imw ttvnt mum a - rn tW0tmmWMm iHmityl THE BRRGKRNRIDQR NRW8 OIxOYEkRPORT KY THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1898 Free Medical Advice forms and yet wont call the doctor be will go cause you hope that tho pain And too yon know away after a while by ciperionce that that first visit of tho doctor b generally followed by many others with the Inevitable consequence of a big You dont bill for professional Mrriccs know what to do for yourself or what to take could get free abÂ¬ But suppose that you solutely free the advice of one of the most You need a doctor many times hon yon dont call one You suffer pain in fifty Well Stir pretty lively this winter and we have prepared to keep things hot all the time in the shoe business I Things Up ESassr I EZ EIGHT PAGES AS TO THE ASPHALT C0NTJ10VEKSY Nkwb In waging its fight against the Barber Asphalt monopoly does not seek to estrange the country from the town It does not seek to array Bitcken ridge county against Louisville It recognizee the fact that some of Hih iwjople who are moot loyal fo the Interests of Breckeurldge and who are fighting hardest to develop her lateut resources aro Louisville people It Is a fact howevor that the friends of the county are in the minority Louisville will stand condemned as long as the apathy of the majority of her peo Â¬ ple provents them from putting an end to the acts of her public officials who ate discriminating In favor of the Barber Asphalt monopoly and against a Kentucky Tut RIViA viiZrVll X vtei MM jHMwmmm LJflsHsBllilllllllH Eminent S4P9toj3H i VSUSJr aBBMkdHHl a SSBBM t VV w SBBBBBBBBBUXBBBBBBBBBBBBBlsBBBSBBBBBBBBBBtSSB9aBSBBCBB9BBBBBBBBBBBl anSUlBW l BBBBHMSBBBBBSBHBMBSnBKBBBfl Shoes Shoes Skoes Shoes The shoes well offer are the sort that make your feet glad And we wish to tell you right now that al- Â¬ though they come from the best makers we can save you money on all your shoe purchases for all kinds ef weatker for all kinds of werlc for Sunday and party wear for school and play 8KB product You can The phy Â¬ in tha United States The apathy of the people of Louisville in this matter puts them in the position sician Is right here Ho has an office in the of acquiescing to the boycott that baa been Instituted against Kentucky asphalt building he ha a staff of correspondents to They seem to be giving passive consent to the injustice and it lathis lack of interest assist Mm and anyone and everyone who mado by us against Louisville needs medical advice la invited to write to that gave birth to the charges of Belflshness him If its babys health or mothers or We recognize the fact that the leading members of the commercial clubs and the health of any member of the family you In fact all the best citizens are in favor of giving Kentucky asphalt an equal may write about It sure of a careful read- Â¬ show with all others We know too that these same gentlemen are predisposed ing of your letter sore of a conscientious diagnosis of your case oward all Kentucky product and favor a broad policy of reciprocity with Hih state But someway their sentiment seems to lack the sodality that is essential to making It a vital forcb The good citizsns seem to be Impotent Lum Simons seems to have a greater pull and larger influence than thoy Every letter will be held If cure Is possible Breckeurldge county Is grateful to the Louisville council boards for the mauly as a strictly confidential communication Remember these facts stand they have taken In favor of free and unrestricted competition in street pav Wo offer you medical ad ice from one of ing contracts Both boards contain clean patriotic puDiic spirueu memuers ami the most eminent practitioners in the United the best interests of Louisville redounds to the err dit of their unselflih devotion States whether our medicines suit your particular case or not We offer you thia the city advice at the cost of the two cent stamp We direct the attention of the Board of Public works to the council boards and which it will take to bring your letter to our admonish them go thou and do likewise Address the Medical Department office inclined to believe that the Board of Public Works has been deceived We are Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass does not seem to 1h as to the nature of the Barber Asphalt monopoly The board aware of the fact that the Barber monopoly Is a hydrs headed monster that possess BRANDENBURG ea more aliases than a confidence man The Assyrian Sicilian and Persian asphalt companies are the same as the Barber company They are named after the first W D Howard is up from a slight at- Â¬ Pullman car that the manager happens to see and the change in cognomen serves as does a wolfs robe over the skulking Indian thatsoeks to snare tack of fever the same purjose Mies Mary Lewis has returned from his quarry by subterfuge and strategy linrdinshurg Please Board of Public Works open your eyes and see a few things A good many from town attended the Pulvkbizk the asphalt monopoly Ekron picnic last Saturday Mi s Mattle McGchee has returned Tits new platform the earth is ours from a visit to Irviugton is typically aud the fullness theteof Couituey Duncan of Cloverport is visAmerican It is the platform of the iting his brother D M Duncan expansionists Mrs Blanche Fontaine is visiting her Sam Taul Killed By a Falling sister Mrs Allen of Paradise Bottom Ip Louisville would remain true to the Limb Miss Bess Hadley of Elizabethtown is bond of union that cements her to the country she will exemplify the doc Â¬ yisitlng her sister Mrs Henry Malin trine of reciprocity Mist Daisy Mclutlrehas returned from While Trying to Dislodge a Dead a pleasant etay in Hardinsburg with Miss Squirrel Lkwupobt is figuring on giving an Miller other street fair next year If she does Brapdenbur Normal announcement Sam Taul Jr was accidentally killed she will have to put up extra side boards near his home near Balltown Monday cards are out for the opeulug of the fall on her chariot of progress to hold the morning His twelve-year-oson had term Sept 10th crowds Dr Max Willett and wife of Hum gone out hunting and had killed a Spain Ib an unpleasant neighbor to squirrel which lodged in the tree The bolt Tunn are in for a visit to their relatives in Meade county have If we demand only the island of father went out with an ax and cut the Mi8 Maydee Puiey Is In New Albany allow her to keep the rest of tree down As the tree fell a limb flew Luzon and the Phillipines it is only a question of back and struck the unfortunate man on with Alias Irma Wordon to attend the time when we will have to whip her the head scattering his brains over the fair there aud at Corydon Ind ground Mr Taul was a prosperous Mrs Adrian C Lew is and her children aain fanner and of one of the most prominent of Louisville spent a few days last week There are two Republican candidates families in Breckenridge county He with Mr and Mrs J W Lewis for congress in the second district The leaves a wife and two little children Mia Mary Lzzie Haynes bus returned Jolly and Fowler factions split at the from a delightful visit to Vine Grove Henderson convention and each nomi and other points in Hardin county Moonlight Ride On the River nated a candidate Jolly it is alleged Mrs Mollie D Carrico has left via of Mrs F Fraiza and Miss Jeneatte War was tricked out of the nomination field gave a small party of friends a de- Evansvllle for Hopkinsville after a sum- Â¬ lightful moonlight skiff ride on the river mer visit to her sister Mrs Thoe Hamil- Â¬ WHAT THEY SAY Monday evening The event was in ton Mr and Mis Thoe H Ditto have re- Â¬ honor of ber guests 3Irs Z T Herndon Wabiiisoton D 0 and daughter Miss Maude of Akron turned from a vi it to Vino Grove Mrs The Lincoln Ohio The party went as far as Dewey Ditto speaks in glowing terms of the Editor News Inclosed you will find Roks where a splendid lunch was town and people She says our Bran- Â¬ 1 00 I suppose this is what I owe if it served Those who participated were denburg couple Mr and Mrs Jess Malin is more let me know please I do want Mesdames Z T Herndon F Fraize and are beloved by everybody the News another year as It has more in D R Munay the Misses Maude Hern- Â¬ Mr Allen Armstrong of Farmers it of interest to me than all the Washing Â¬ don Jeanette Warn eld and Alliens Mur- Â¬ Bank spent Sunday on an outing at his Hope you are all well this ray Messrs James Skillman and Ed home The autumn birds and the fall ton paper Very truly yours Goodnight hot summer breezes begin to chirp and whisper that Salmi E Miller August 20 3 our popular banker is not heart whole Special Excursion and that in the near future he will take The J 0 Ayer Co On account of G A It encampment unto himself a compagon de voyage for Manufacturing Chemists tickets will be sold at reduced rate of life Lowell Mass We are all sorry to hear Brother Jen- Â¬ Ky Gentlemen 1305 Cloverport to Cincinnati and re- Â¬ News Cloverpokt turn Selling Sept 3 4 5 and G and kins is still sick aud that he was unable You are doing excellent work good for return passsga until Sept 13th to preach here last Sunday Tiie ladies J 0 Ayer with an extension until Oct 2nd A of the Baptist church have put down a Note This is one of the largest patÂ¬ ent medicine houses in the world and special train direct to Cincinnati will beautiful new carpet and otherwise fitted the firm spends hundreds of thousands leave Cloverport at 1 25 a rn Sept 4th up the interior of the church What of dollars annually for advertising reaching Cincinnati 7 30 same morning would the churches in fact what would Words of commendation from Buch a via LAN railroad any institution or enterprise do without source speak volumes the women Fine Hotel A Strong Nation The meeting at Buck Grove was There is no more delightful place in all of strong men and healthy wom- Â¬ this country to spend Sunday than at the brought to a conclusion Sunday by the Consists baptizing at the beautiful pool atSulpher en and health and strength depends Sunlight Hotel at Cannelton The blood which is given by meals that are served are equal to those Well on Doe Bun There was an Im upon pure rich Hoods Sarsaparllla A nation which of the finest caravanseries of the land mense crowd and eome twelvn or four takes millions of bottles of Hoods Sar Â¬ Every attention is paid to the comfort teen candidates for baptism Miss Lena saparllla every year is laying the founda Â¬ of guest Wash Pohj as a hotel man has Nevitt and I had a pleasant day at Judge tion for health the wisdom of which no pe r He standshead and shoulders J F Wool folks also Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Dr J B Alexander of will surely bIiow itself in years to come above all and merits the splendid patLouisville was down at Camp Hern- Â¬ ronage he is receiving don for the day with his friend Mr Hoods Pills are prompt efficient al Russell ways reliable easy to take and easy to Notice operate 25c Last Saturday the Misses Sheeny and The B N College will open Monday Lilllo Hutti Ift for Louisville from a six Sept 5 It is important that pupils be Bright Prospects present on the first day of the term weeks stay with Mrs It II Nevitt and for IL II V Duncan tobacco buyer I went with Classes will be oiganized in the Prepare Mrs D 8 Richardson Sheldon Jarvis was out through Hancock tory Scientific and Dullness courses Mrs Nevitt to the station in the surrey county Monday inspecting the weed Lectures of practical benefit will be to eeu them off They like all visitors Mr Duncan to a News reporter said So given throughout the year Any special here are in love with thla people and far the crop in general surpasses many want of any one will be attended to said good bye with regrets They are years cultivation and the outlook for a closely fine whole souled jolly good girls and prosperous year to the farmer is very their love of us is fully reciprocated and Home Again bright we will expect them again Thanksgiving After a delightful visit of two weeks at Our summer in this little city set on ItsaOlrl Camp II C Corbin at Lexington Mrs hills has been as pleasant as James Lano On Wednesday morning of ast week Dayid It Murray her daughter Alllene Allens Summer in Arcady 1 have the congenial home of Dr and Mre F aud Master David Murray have returned never had a mora delightful season but M Smith was made extremely happy by home Mrs Murray Is very enthusiastic now these long summer days are waning the presence of a new granddaughter over the Fourth Regiment and says it and the timo for active work is at hand Mr and Mrs Latrope Tracy Held are the compares favorably with the veteran Next week I begiu my music class and proud parents of a fine girl who hai troops that come from Chlcamaugua just as cheerfully just as happily as I been given the pretty name of Martha have engaged in enjoyment The new Francis Cultivation of Fruit music the studies the books on theory Mr Charles Tinios of Holt who has will be here which all mean a new line become au authority ou the cultivation of of work and hard work all kinds of fruits was in the city Satur Â¬ feel Every Keep the system in perfect or- Â¬ day He said while the crop was a most Americas nation in the futuro will and position in the world der by the occasional use of prolific one yet the quality was not a after the new order of things is establish presented this Tutts Liver Pills They reg-Â¬ superior article He basket of lucious ed we will feel our importance in this office with an excellent sphere more than before ulate the bowels and produce grapes which we assure him were great old terreatlal the Maine became our Remember ly enjoyed watch word Spain Is benefitted beyond a doubt or will b- - for she will be reliev Â¬ bil- Â¬ For sick headache malaria Alvla DeHavea Dtail ed of colonies that were like leeches iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ Alvln Dellaven son of Mr and Mrs There is some dangerof civil dissensions dred diseases an absolute cure Frank DeHaven died at their home Bear Egland does not stand or quite the HardiBsburg last Monday after a linger same kindly footing with Spain sines ing illness of several weeks he has shown such friendliness to the Physicians SelZcnl5S0il ol Hi shots that jou bT make lBiBBBBBBBBHflaiBBBBBBBBBBBPSawPBH MShIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhC V vhsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Selz Shots ysr feet glil liiSBBBBBBBHLBBBBBBViflLSfliHflHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK I 9e3 Sure ol 9 cure It is a thrilling Bight to see a human being dive fifty feet into tho water but it is oven nioro so to eee two gigantic elk perform the Hanio feat Tins will be the principal show attraction at tho Daviess County Fair at Owensboro Tho elk are beautiful creatures and possess almost human sagacity This one feafuro is worth tho price of admission to the Fair States It will certainly be a national duty for Americana never to forget this The English language and the literatiini of the Anglo Saxon race are the greatest in all the universe Standing as we do now surely we will andean becomo the great naval and possibly a great colonial power hut for nil this wo must he equipped and wo will be All this may not sound compitiblu withrepubl catiinu hut if such Ideas conflict too much with such changes remedies will ho applied A prosperous grand futuro awaits Amer Â¬ ica who will enter the European arena and where she will be regarded as a European power and no longer as a look- Â¬ er on We have nothing to fear from au impeiial policy Iet us go in and win is rightly undeifitood and properly laktn advantage of It will better prrpnri than unlit a sensible jjlrl for any Htntion tha may occupy It makt sn woman n wlst r ruler for home government It is the girl and not the college ttalulnir nheu wo bo J her life a failure If she Ih not naturally tender nud loving and patient we admit such a course of four years tends to hanleii her ami make hf r more indiHeri nL In th tender MU of life On the other hand givu her a loving motlitr such as Maude hai gentle tender home illliimces nud college discipline broad eim her ii ind strengthens her iuteik ct aud picpareH lit r to lake cam of heis if if iiecssary Every woman should feel independent There Ib no happiniss in dependence to any ambitious cultivated sensitive woman Being a college girl will never bd a barrier to true lovi- - and out the surrendering of self to some woittiy man but being fitted to care for ones self keeps marriage from being the be all and the end all of lif The South has gotten rid of the idea that wi men are clinging vinp The question i f women on the school hoard has done mui h to eradicate a pn judice that once existed on such opinions In our own State at Lexington in 1895 Mis i Laura Clay we remember held meetings in every church and explained the laws requirements and obligations resting ou Women were appointed ofTiceie women of registration and Eerved as sheriff clerks and judges The women had a separate room to register but women and men voted in the same booth in the street ou the school question women stood their ground heroically just as all true women do in an emergency The womans ticket was elected by a large majority Without exception the men were courteous and polite taking off their hats and laying aside their cigars before entering the booths to vote They still believe in having wotneu on the school board but they do not hanker after a repetition of that days service To any position a womanly woman can bring good judgmeut n fined taste and a brightening influence YOUR GIRL It In search of knowledge aad alia lias a desire to look as Rf at aad A trim as the next NICE DRESS WANTS a good education ho alio NEEDS a good suit of SHOCKING DEATH YOUR BOY of Madras Ginghams elo also GOOD SHOES that fit can be hat from us Â¬ ld - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Perfect Health A Vigorous Body TUTTS Liver PILLS The Rey II C Morrison editor of the Pentecostal Herald has withdrawn from the Southern Methodist church because the laws of that church do not permit him to preach where he pleases Mr -J ko i l TiL Morrison is the leader of tho Holmes fitment and it is now feared that a division of the church may result There x iT A has been one big division in this same body which constitutes the North and South churches No wonder outsiders doubt Christianity when the shining lights the pillars in each division are at loggerheads continually and Instead of In this particular line we are offighting Satan and his kingdom are ar- Â¬ TLBBBBBBBBBlLBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBKI fering some of the rayed against each other Let Bro Mor- Â¬ rison preach holiness Let those accept and bellcye who can The good Lord Come and see what an immense knows we all need holiness preached bargain we are offering in a He knows and we know there is precious you ever had for the money both ipecial hat at little of it in the world We all realize for school and dress purposes each day that we are all given over to selfishness and vain glory and our own promotion and self interest regardless of the church and the advancement of His k ngdom I heard a non believer say a few days since that the selfishness and Cloverports Leading One Price Store hypocrisy of Christiana had kept him out of the fold Dont stop any man from preaching what he conscientiously agaiu after an outing of several weeks FALLS OF ROUGH celieves and let everybody believe that After Conference we will have preach endorses conscientiously Mies Haines has returned home ing every Sunday as in the future we Only a few went on the excursion Miss Maude Herndon will return to will employ the preacher Independently Ring on merry wedding bells rlbgl Akron Ohio to finish a college course Miss Mabel Chambllss one of onr Miss Mary Peyton is expected home which to some obsolete people means prettiest girls has gone to Fordsville to soon unfitting a girl for domestic life Maude be the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr Convalescent John Hughes went to Louisville and Mrs John Walker is a handsome intelligent girl and has Eugene Goff has been quite ill for sev- Â¬ Thursday received excellent training in a domestic If the shoe dont fit for Heavens sake Mrs Mercer went to Rock Yale Fri- Â¬ course and can adapt herself from one eral days with chills aud fever but is dont put it on for it was not intended day shopping college course able to be out abaln condition to another If a Willis Greens guest Mr Bowraer has for you let the proper person wear it then if it does pinch a little they may returned home grin and bear it Mrs John Keith is visiting her parents A grand base ball game here last week near Vine Grove Eli Fisher was a guest of the Misses between Mcsville and Falls of Rough all the people for miles around GlemjeaBB Chambllss Sunday Leslie Brack was a guest of Misa Bell and everybody else turned out to witness the game the grand stand was taken and Davison Sunday night The last crops of wheat were threshed even Col Greens private box waa con- Â¬ fiscated the first part of the week Little Miss Willie Ohambllsa was a This is a most busy time for the guest of Jessie Stone Sunday housekeeper as preserving canning and Obarlie Oar and family have gone to jelly making Is at its zenith frill t is Oak Station to visit his parents tcarce but each woman manages to Mrs Nannie J Hudson of Glendeane collect a sufficient quantity of the differ Â¬ will teach the school at Union Chapel ent kinds to fill her cellar with all the Weill Weill Mr Brack I am very good things imaginable V much surprised But then she Is pretty Clyde Shumate writes from Cuba that A crowd of toughs from Fordsvllle he will soon be at home he has had the were camping near here last week I fevers but is getting well Mr Hughes hear has just received a letter from him it Mrs Bertie Hill of Illnols was visit waa a moat dilapidated looking missive ing at O 0 Moormans Glendean ast Bewed up in a piece of paper as he had no envelopes or stamps and he Bald that week Misa Katie Butler and Joe Jones he was in a mora dilapidated condition Hock Vale attended church at Gosheu eyen than his letter Sunday Foor old Spain vain old peacock how Dr Harris left last weok for Virginia dilapidated and bedraggled she looks to spend a few weeks with friends and about two thirds picked and entirely bobtailed Ugly old bird I guess she will relatives have to Sister Miller I us most graciously taken fore she wait till her feathers grow be feels like blowing up another Misa Marye pce at the organ during Americau war ship But the whipping her abseuce she got waa mild for Uncle Sara just laid Born to tli wife of Tom Butler a ten the huh ou gently as he jdttled the poor pound boy August 14th of Shreve Ignorant wretches Mrs Jack Harl of near Fordsville Ohio county died at her home August 24th Mre John Hughes corntemplatea going severe and lingering illness of after a seyenl to Louisville soon to visit her daughter months duration She leaves a large family and manv friends to mourn ber Mrs Sheridan Mr and Mrs Tomton have returned t as Several of her children are nte Columbus discovered America but ated with that dreaded from the Tar Springe and aro at his and are uiconscloua of fever typieW I have discovered BATTLE AX their wethers fathers for awhile death Tlie deceased waaaMstoretMm got it expression on There is a satisfied glad W H Cbambliss went to Ohio eounty Sara Daylsoa of this place She wan the faces of all who discover the rich quality of Friday to consult Dr J W Meadow in laid to rest la the family grave yard on the old Landrotn place A large crowd regard to his health attended the funeral and burying Thnff- Mre Lee Heunluge of Kansas City Missouri is the guest of Misa Buttle Oh ye of little faith I beware af the graumiyed monster for yon aaay lm Moorman Glendeane Misa Kitty Davison went to Obis that lover if you permit yourself te be governed by that Betid whose name is county to see her slater who ia hopeless Â¬ legion hough the common aMrslkUo It is an admirable chew fit for an Admiral ta Jealousy ly ill with typhoid fever You may seek to ruin the pbjeetof your hstered but as she is of as good Misses Annie Head Hattie Stewart In no other way can you get as large a pkee Hanea aad May FeatreM were gueaie eJ Innocent your cowardly thrneta will for 10 cents tobacco rebound and fall upon yonr own guilty Mian Bell Davieoa Monday sight head and yen may lee all so hewn Miasea Mamie and Ruby Stone have beware and guard vow ton returned from Aetna where they have Meweinber the old adadgtj that ikeen M m d net in the sea a waa ever ensjaw been vWtiag friend and relatives so dont worry Hyonr kmr Mies Jennie Greens Wight and eneef off Minlre Mother prettlwr fa isirettasL Ing prepense b aae on tb home stole ywwa be m indenoiukni m he U clothes for tohool purposes Come to ui and tee what good things you can buy for a little money We are headquarters for BOYS SHOES iv Â¬ Py 7iA Al BEST THINGS SI THE FAIR 25 r r 1 U m 1 Ive PLUG w 1 S Remember the name buy again 53B ME SROKmNRIIDeBL nt ill educational affairs on tho part of our people The school cennus for this dlstrlit allows there me 377 children of schoil age within the corpornte llmts of the t XETOTS GLOYBRPGRT KY eVVeV Agcrs CIcrrg Pectoral Wo tried almost everything for asthma without success At lost we tried Ayora Cherry Pectoral and tho relief was immediate SUCCESSFUL OPENING School Begins Willi a Attendance Large citv GREATLY LEAN ENJOYED PEOPLE 5tWf rsVrBVm sWsVt A FRIEND IN NEED D w IS w ii i H- - m iSSt 65 fc2 Efc 7v rs - I - X Tf fr r lpif H E Hancock tin iniurfpil nt thu Mhnnl sliowu u hiiim I IhIiiI fur orgaiization and ia jiorHtd til Huh x iu In IIh Max burii itl Ill tivii ability 8 A ELLIS KemNH lxf7 Marion comity Miitth Sketch of the Erudite Principal Prof IIh In tint mm of miiiIIi I mid Susan S II Hancock Hancock IIh nltfiiibil llui district MIkxIs of bin town until hn vtnn twelve HALP Siza DOTTLES 50c when Iih was compelled to The ntti ndniice ut the opening of the yeatnofnge i tny Ht home mid help caru lor a laiully Clnverport High School Mnmlny wns of thirteen children NEWS BRECKENRtDGE During bin enforced abscucrt fn m Bcbool Ills oldest biolher act it tm his AUGUSC St IB98 WRDNESDAY tutor and under him ho gained a fair A few yearn later he enter Â¬ education ed Ioveuthal Academy at IVxhi- Ky 2 and continued his studies thorn until able to procimi 11 certitlcntu ti teach n the public schools Thrown upon his resources lie taught several tonus during the ill and use Boys ahou OSj up The Fair compelled to bum the midnight oil 10 Steel rod umbrellas 50c The Fair He Hft rwaril keep up with his grade Spectacles at all prices at Short prosecuted his ttmllts nt thu Loventhnl Haynea Academv which hud removed to Leba Â¬ School books and school supplies at non and took a post grailunte coiirett Bitbbages He has taught in public mid private Bchools in the Mate fur the past twenty Illbbed hose tor children very strong years Nino years of that time ho has 6c The Fair Bpuutn principal of the Shepherdsville sick Mrs Alt Hawkins lialltown Is Academy the Nornml department o with typhoid fever which furnlsheB some o thu must twe Â¬ Go to Babbage for your Bcbool books et twful teachers pursuing their profesoinn id school supplies a lROK B K HANUXK in this and other counties Clint Atklsaon boa accepted a position Prof Hancock is a Belf msdu man mid with Jolly A Cain at Irvlngton 200 This 1b n splendid showing for the Cloverport is fortuuate in having so able Prof F A Beavln finished surveying first day It indicates an increased inter- - an educator at the head of her pchool Mrs Hannah Hardins farms last week Robert Slpes of Lewlsport is visiting hla daughter Mrs Wonten Downs near Dick Ky James Fisher is making extensive im provements on he Fisher hnmestpml out on the pike Have your eyes become wfftk if It is the ease you want to consult Short Haynes on spectacles The largest line of crockery jars jug from 10 gallons down and stone Iruit jars in the city at Sulzora Farmers are beglmng to cut early tobacco in this section In the iiiuin tho crop is above the average We have been soiling corn binders at 92 CO per hundred but wo hard cut the price to 160 Sutlers Mre Mary Manlon and granddaughter Katie Draper are visiting Mre Manlous brother Daniel Sheeran at Kirk Tan oxfords 75c The Fair CLOVERPORT HIGH SCHOOL Mr 0 B Mattingly has not yet re- Â¬ from a severe scald sustained covered white fulQHng his duties at the shops Committee of Hardinsburg was a visi- Â¬ PERSONAL MENTION tor to the city Sunday Jo Snyder a prominent and well to do MIssPrcstou Vineyard of Lakeland farmer of the Stepbensport neighbor- Â¬ Charles May Jr went to Louisville hood was in the city Friday on business Fla is the guest ot honor at the palatial Sunday Wood worktrs will find it to their inDr A A Simons wont to Louisville home of Misa Mary Holt Holt Mr Hiram Evans of Rockport Is terest to investigate our prices on augur Monday spending a few days in the city He is bits Weve cut the prices on hardware Fred Reldei of Holt has entered the Bulgers-- stopping at the Gibson house High School v- Mrs James LawBon wife of tho popu- Â¬ Joahua Weatherford of Balltown was Herbert Rledel Holts bottom was in He reports his crop the city Sunday In the city Friday lar Henderson Route engineer is vis- Â¬ iting her mother at Lowisport of tobacco to be above the average He Capt Mat Ahl of Moweaqua 111 was will have a flue crop of cjrn Master Virgil Elgin sou of presiding in the city Monday Elder Elgin of Owensboro was visiting 8am Heninger of West View was In Mrs M E Braahear has returned Rev T V Joiner and family last week town last week He is doing tho mer- Â¬ home from West Point cantile business at that place and said John Phelau visited Lewlsport and The Misses Ellztatid Eva May were took In tho street fair and parade Thurs Â¬ everything bad an upward tendency visitors at Hawesvillu Suuday day Ho was a great favorite with the The latest visitor at the home of D O Mrs J A Mayhall and sou Charley ladies Heron of Irvlngton is a little girl She was born August 27 and is named Mary went to Haweaville Saturday Mrs Thomas Watkins left Saturday Mayor Harry was at Ekron on busi night forStJodoph Mo her future home Durie Heron Congratulations tier host of friundd regret to hear of her Boys suits range from 1 00 up Tho ness Wednesday and Thursday Fair Mrs R N Hudson and Misa Katie leaving Miss Amanda Dean Glendeane has There is nothing as delicate as tho eve Finch went to Louisville Friday and should if getting weak ought to James and Wlllard Logan ot Hardins arrived in the city She will spend a few weeks at the home ot Mrs C W When you burg are in the city yisltlng friends have Immediate attention Moormau Haynea want spectacles go to Short Mr and Mrs James G Stephens of Misses Alma Weatberholt Manda recently passed over Addison were in the city Monday A belled buzzard Tate and Lawrence Weatberholt were Houston DeHavens house about two Arthur Haynes came up from Cannel visitors Suuday to Mr ami Mrs Marion miles south of Hardlnsburg The bird ton Sunday unroute to Hardiusburg Weutherh dt was flying low and the tinkling of the Mr and Mrs J J Dyer returned last bell was plainly heard W S Bowinor who has been here for week from a pleasant stay at ihllpot the past two weeks the guest of Ids par- Â¬ The Steamer Gertrude only received Till Groves of Tobl import took in tho ents Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer will four passengers here Sunday morning for camp meeting at Grand View Sunday leave Thursday for Now York Shu refused View excursion the Grand Mrs Fred May Jr after n pleasant to return them to this city on the home Â¬ Mr J A Armstrong the popular and visit to relatives has returned to Fords elliclent cashier of thu Farmers Deposit ward trip and refunded their fares villa Hank Brandenburg spent Sunday at J H Richard of Fordavlllu was in Mrs J H Wills went to Powers Sun Â¬ Evansvllle the guest ot his sister town Saturday Unsaid every one in rela- Â¬ his neighborhood are getting in a good day where she visited friends and Mr and Mis Romney Renfrew of tives Â¬ financial condition and the yield of toSulphur Springs Ky are lu thu city to Mies Mable Sterelt of Skillraan visbacco would surpasi any within his be present at tiio Renlrow Nicholas ited relatives and friends in the city last nuptials which occurs this evening knowledge week Fall stock arriving daily Tim Fair Mies Martha Frances Shacklett of Miss Bena Moser of Evansvllle spent Meade couuty will arrive this week to The nuptials of Mfs Lula Nicholas Mrs Win ot be thu guest of Mrs Orville Gregory this city to Mr John Renfrew of Sul- Â¬ Sunday the guest Mr and Hoillus Miss Shacklett is bridit attractive- aud phur Springs will occur this eveuiug at Mrs R N Hudson and Miss Kath is well known throughout the county nine oclock at the brhlad home Miss Lula is one of Oloverporta handsome erine Finch will leave soon for Rich Â¬ for the enjoyable critertnlnments given belles while tho groom Is one of Ohio mond Va ountys prominent young men Airs Sam Keith and children of Owensboro are visitlug Mr and Mrs J Will Enter College E Keith Mlaa Florence Cottrell will leave next Mis John Welsenburgbr and children week for Ruesellville to enter Iogan are visiting Mr and Mrs Yates ot Miss Cottrell Is one of Derby Ind Female College this citys most attractive girls Dr Ut mlershot of Cannelton arrived She will take a thorough scientific lu the city Sunday evening returning course arid especial attention will be that night If so we through the winter devoted to the study of music Ah she V G Babbage and eons Taylor and are sure it quieted your cough votce of wonder- Â¬ ia pomtMod of a strong Hardlnaburg were in the healed the rawness in your ful range and swertnesi and a deft touch Stewart of city Saturday throat increased your weight ea the piano she will enter into this After a pleasant vacation ot two weeks gave you more color and made branch under most brilliant auspices feel better in every way Miss Mary Ryan has resumed tier posi- Â¬ Eou perhaps your cough has tion at this olllce Drat flw Leu Weatherholt come back again or you are get- Â¬ Frank Boyd of Owenaboro spent St Mre Lea Weatberholt after an illness ting a little thin and pale his parents Mr f short duration died Monday at 12 unlay and Sunday with Then why not continue the Mrs Weatberholt was only 20 and Mis Alex Uovd oclock helpful remedy right 6ame of Evansvllle will Miss Delia Maser jMHeld and was a most excellent It will do through the summer bi the guest of Mr and Mrs Win Ilolll She died from heart trouble wohmh you as much good as when the us for several days weather is cold Ta CHtg Mlsa Maria Watkius of Owensboro Its persistent use will certainly Major Scotts 14et aen Horace Bcott is stopping at the home of her aunt Mre give you a better appetite and a Jr nl Iardlnhrg went to Louisville Mollie HainbleloB stronger digestion hwt Meday to take a course In a buol- It will cure your Mr and Mrs Edward Whitehead went weak throat and heal lo Rome Saturday to spend Sunday with rulativM and friends your Inflamed lungs It will cure every case Mlaa Bdsflle Iwan nt Troy Ind la of consumption when the Ket ot ho tor at tue homo of Mr a cure is possible and Mre H V Conrad Dont be nersuaded Mieeea Kthel George and Liuie Batt sitnre taB regular atoa BkllH to take something they say is just lrrl- TttM bwl do not of Cannelton Ind are Ytlug frieuda as food bet leave MU or aud relallyaa la tlie city Jl tM aiwM nmih or SWMKauwUU NY TtT lita SCOTT Ih wrlMt iw4Hto mil Mill Jm WhUwotih Obaiiwan Daoawatla 1 Cures Asthma J Local Brevities j clean Make system atlo cfTorts to be free from tbls disgusting disease Mrs L A Johnston 103 Illham and Rlploy Sts Montgomery Ala tells her experience with catarrh ot tho stomach uud how sho was cured I will state to you that I hove taken eight bottles ot Aour nudjrcjolco to say and two of Mau-a-lia God bless Dr Hartruun hnd And I earnestly assure you that it has done mo more good than any medi- Â¬ cine I havo ever taken In my life I prescribe It to every ono I meet who Is suffering as the bcs medicine in tho world and havomado many con- Â¬ verts who aro now rejoicing in tho great good which they havo derived from tho same I can tell you that I am almost entirely relieved of indiges- Â¬ tion that great foe which has tortured mo so many years and cau now eat anything I dcslro without it is fruits or something acid To understand tho scientific action of it is best to have Dr Hart mans special book for women or his book on chronic catarrh Thcso books Mcdi aro mailed t rco by tho All cino Company Columbus O druggists sell a Pc-ru-n Po-ru-Pe-ru-- 4hc catarrh ff havewhere w any- can 72ltj not bt wholly Cleanliness goes with health If we Picnic Given at Ekron by L Addison j X IS A FRIEND INDEED Yott tiro now Hend- Wn urn vnrir friend in nn hour ol need It is entailing a groat expeneo ing your children to pcliool It Was a Splendid Success From Start to Finish One of tho most enjoyable picnics ot the pennon wan the one given at Ekron by L I Addison Inet Saturday It was a representative gathering ot the bcBt people In this section of the country and a most enjoyablu time was had Mr Addison tno promoter nf the event Bpared no expense to niaku it ubikccni He procured one of ihe bt B string bands in the Ohio valley to furnish music for dancing which was heartily enjoyed bv The refreshments nil who parllcipaud were the best that the season and a 11 rat class caterer could afford Taken a a whole the allair was an ilnl one and Mr Addison mlded new laurels to hhi lame us a genial whole souled host and riileitaiuer Deafness Cannot be Cured s they cannot by local applications reach tho diseased portion ot the ear Them is only ouh way to cure Deafmes aud I bat is by constitutional remedies Deafness in caused by 1111 inllamed condi tion of tho niucouB lining of thu Eusta Â¬ chian Tubu When this tube gets In lUmiil yon havo u rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entlie ly closed Deafness is the result and un less the Inllamniatioii can bo taken out and tills tube restored lo it normal i otf dilioii healing will bo destroyed forevel J nine rimes out of leu are caused by in tirrh which is nullum hut nil 11 II lined coudiiiiiii u tin iniirous surfaces Wo will vivu Onu Hundred Dollar tor any cabo of IKHnei8 caused by rilnrrb that cannot be cuied by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulun1 free Toledo O F J Oil KNEY fcairSold bv Driiggtbti 7 Â¬ Â¬ t X We help to make the burden Ihhler of the expense ly cutting down a portion This Week we Cut Prices in Girls and Misses X You can buy a 225 Shoo for Ii Childrens sizes a for 1 shoo -- I 1 125 A 65c In Ladies Shoes a 8200 Shoe for 100 X 350 Shoe 250 and for J 150 A 2 A JlfiOShoe for I I 1 and 225 Shoe for 90c AW 25 Shoo for A iil Kfl nnil 41 7fi SSIirin fnr e burg atlur beautiful home near Branden Â¬ 75c 100 I I Â¬ Jtm dm vjmf h tt m Mr snd Mrs P P Archy nf Ekron w rii in Uiiilsvillo last week to attend the funeral o Mrs lames banner who died Wednesday Auk -- I Charley Moorman rauib down Sunday fruii Ixniisvlllo to spuirl1 tho tiny with his mother Mrs C W Moorman be Â¬ fore leaving for Koston his present lo rjiHuti I I saVSktsiwmliyieALBV SULZERS viS1VWV t Â¬ and son Fuy Douglas havo returned to their hotini at Colum Â¬ bus U They Bpent several days with Mr and Mrs John Lyddau Webster fiiroute Ed Goodnight went to Jfawesville Sunday aud was thu guest ot Miss Fiui ence Cooper of Unloutowu who is visit- Â¬ ing her cousin Misa Mayme Duncan at her beautiful home Solitude Miss Rena and Sadia Birk alter a ftay oi several weeks the guests of relatives havo icturned to their home at Owens- Â¬ boro They are typical Kentucky girls possessed of many lovable charms Mr Alex Vance a prominent Tenu eBseeau who has been sojourning at Stanley for Beveral days has reached this city to be with his brother Mr J Scott Vauce From here he goes to Luuiavllle Misses Dean AVilson Nola Renfrew and Messrs James Carter and James Renfrew of Sulphur Springs will arrive to day to attend the marriage of Renfrew Nicholos which takes placo this eveu Â¬ iug at the brides home Mr and Mrs Mamie Marlow of Pates ville were in town Saturday Mr Mar low Is connected with the Cincinnati Ho contemplates Cooperage company moving to this city if a suitable resi- Â¬ dence can be secured Mlsa Maud Herndou of Akron O reached this city last week She is vis- Â¬ iting Mrs Frank Fraizj and Misa Jea nette Wariield Misa Herndou is a Ken- Â¬ tucky girl and has won the place ot a favorite in the social circles of this city Miss Irene Clay ot Henderson is now a visitor at tho hospitable home of Mr and Mrs George W Short Miss Clay is an accomplished young lady und ex Â¬ ceedingly eutertaluiug Shu is agreeable good uatured aud and hog many lovable traits of character Mm S D Lloyd Not Yet Recovered Uu Delightful Hntertainmcnt On just Friday evening MrF 1 B Randall in ner own graceful manner entertained h number of her oung friends in honor ot Misa Birk ol Owens boro aud Mien Cmy of Henderson The hoBler wrre a black evening dress with pink and white loses while each young lady looked especially handsome in either a delicate organdie or a Paris muslin dross Those present were Mrs J B Randall Mlpoes Elizabeth Bowmer llesaie Jarbou Mary Jarboe Rena Clay Nannie Brashear Rena llrk Margaret Bowmer Messrs J 15 Rundall WS Rowuicr O T Skillinan F Fraiie E F Vest and J R Skill man An Intoreatiug program was rendered by the graphoplioneand Ices were served and a most delightful evening was Bpent Splendid Work Rey W B Rutledge pastor of the First Baptist church of this city is a magnifi- Â¬ cent evangelist He has just closed a No Pain No Dread I had twelve teeth extracted at ono sitting at tho lUJFPAIO DI NTAL PAR Â¬ LOUS least pain MISS BESSIE THOMPSON 15G East Market Street without tho V U V J 1 Ve I 4U 8015 Franklin Street VITALIZED AIR GAS COCAINE FOR PAINLESS OPERATIONS A CROWN OF GOLD bkillfully fixed to the root or body of a tooth v ill last u lifetime Our price fnr the liest work si carat gold successful meeting at Goshen receiving nine additions to the church aud per- Â¬ forming eight baptisms He went to Colesburg in Hardin county Monday to conduct another meeting Bridgcwork or tcith without plates 400 Other dentists charge you Iroin ijtoio 4 a Tooth Other demists charge you from is to f to for thlm work WANTS WANlKD I wgnl an UKenl In every town throughout the country on com mLsli nor salary tocolltct picture and tend to me aud get one doicn nice photographs tor 50c Life site porlraiti at half price Send JJC for tam Address plea and particulars to agents BRANCH OFFICE Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky W 1J SJllllOWJf or lUron lhotograplier Brandenburg Ky SAIK Jersey 1lll by her side cow with a young heifer J OhTElHKNh Addison Ky Â¬ 1 Montgomery the woll known brakeman who was injured in the wreck on tho branch about five months ago is pigs from the vtry pur 130K SAIK Two hoar Btlll unable to work He held un acci Â¬ quire ofand finest strain of lolmcl China stock ln W I Holt Molt Ky dent policy and receives 15 every week He received severe Inter- Â¬ as indemnity anted to trade a nice coiuge in Clnverport for u ruling lands Apply lu Mawsouice nal injuries and it may bo sometime be Â¬ Hull Three fore he entirely recovers 1OR SAIK registry bhort Hornof the Calves highest They are to strain of stock and will be permitieu to run wnn To Cure Vouttlpatlon Forerer bargain their Hams until October 1st A splendid Lee bALK A hull full blooded Jersey lor further particulars cull on oraddrrss CIIAKLhh HEIDKL Holt Ky Buffalo Dental Parlors Proprietor 45i Street KIDD linst Mnrkut Louisville Ky w Tako Ciacurets Candy Cathartic lOo or 25a If C C O alt to cure druggUts refund money ATTENTION EVERYBODY I oiicreu rnuuircoi OUS V R1CHA1I DbON CSuston Ky - W A Allen farm containing 17OK KKNT ofThe For pasture and tillable land acres particulars call at I arm or address J W IIAItlt Ireton Ky burg An WANlKD Prof J enclvcopedia In good order II II IOKAN Hardins Â¬ Did You Take Administrator AM Notice Emulsion Scotts persons having claims ugainst the estate of James Slleavin decetseil u e hcrtby notified to present them properly proven fir settlement on or befirethe 1st day of November iPqb JOB M MULIHN Administrator Malllngly Ky Aug a 1898 Great Slaughter INss Administrators Sale The undersigned as administrator nf Ca II hades deceased will tell at Public Sale on decedents firm near Clendeane rn Thursday bept8 rne handsome Eiley irgan jo bushels of wheat one c spring wagon one mower several plows dc Sale on a credit of six months Sale will begin at VC II A llll ACK Administrator Id jo a m SUMMER GOODS For the Next Few Days Space needed for our immense line of Fall and Winter Goods which tfrill be here soon xx JO JuLXvXfL IN Commissioners Sale It A Williams Asslgote Daviess County Ky Phoenix Lime Company Against Ilafniltr Is the very best investment you could IefeudantJ Notice of Sal- eIn Kqulty I Hoods ill E C make It Is a plain business proposition you pay for a farm ia Daviess county ami are on the Bure road to prosperity iwenftboroia the beat market in West Â¬ ern Kentucky for tobacco wheat corn and potatoes and the only market in tln Statn for corn stalks which bring from 0 to 12 per acre delivered at the Cellu loan Companys Factory Wh can eell you a good farm all tho way from fl1 to 50 per acre and will aell land anywhere in the couuty from 10 to 26 per cent cheaper than auvon elite Send for our list o Djvlew County Farm WILLIAMS LITTLE MfM4 mif kUL Mm WmU Mm ai 10 TbW S4ftt 6WRN5HOR0 KENTUCKY II t virtue of auJuJgment and Order ol Sal ol Circuit Court rendered at the the Orctkanrldg May term thereof 18A on the above styled cause the undersigned will on Wednesday the 14th day between the hours of 10 of September oclock a m aod 4 oclock p in In lir nt of Rob ens V Cos store in Strphenspnit Kv proceed to to the highest biJder eiptMlaiiniMCUALK the followli g described via All Ihe franchlies of the defendant Company tiat Islosay iiarlghlto nMnufacture lime quarry stone bore for oil gases c on the leased prtm Ues near Strohensport Ky ld leased A Iso two lime houses situated on the property one being 0 feel long by I J fret wlJe and andthef ther bring v feet long by S4 fc wide but nnptit rf Ihegroundon which said bull llngi stand is tn be sihC IKKMSt -- bsle will be made on a credit of A and is months Tha ourehaaer will be reuulied to alve bond with approved security or thwavment of the purchase Dseneytobave the forceSsid effect of Judgment bearing UgallntereMfroiVgVMeitaynf sale with a -U tl ek IJsn reserved usmm sskl S CKAWFORO chase mosey MreekTawUg Circuit Court Special Coaaailssfaasr lA Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT KY o nasi fi - - Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST SI 1898 YfcLLOWi LAKE IT WAS HELL Treatment of Sick at Santiago Was Vile A CLOVERPORT BOY B Mrs Janie Tool is III with fevers Miss Lena Mattlngly Is able to be out The Eglo And Tito Vulture Said the rntlure to the eagle t Im lookinf straight at you Said she eagle to the vulture I Whoop la I Yankee Doodle do I eagle and the vnlture Then Came together In the air And there aint a sign of vulture To be noticed anywhere Save a heap of bloody feathers But the eagle proudly flew 6er the height ol Santiago Screaming Yankee Doodle do I again Mrs Frank last few days A Beautiful pf SmZLm U RSr B IftTWVfSjS wm ISM WMSm oimh OS B Kastt St 0S W RY tabujb Trains leave Louisville aa follows Lr I onlstlll tjjam I jam 2tmn Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am edjm Ar Columbus rjpm it 15am S5SPm Ar Pittsburg Stspm r5an Ar Washington 6501171 Is soars 1 2pm Ar Baltimore 7 30am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am j 40 pet Ar New York Ifsonn 5559 Ar Iloston j oopm 9 05PM Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman IlufTet 1arlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawine rcoin Sleeper and dining cars Clncinnrtl tn Waihlngton Halllmore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No IS has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlne room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No so hat sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Lv Louisville Jthodesis Indisposed tho te DESCRIBES IT Said Cervera In the morning t Im a going to rush through bald Schley to rath Cerreia I wont do a thlag to you Then the two lleeta came together And they had a pretty right And it ended In Cerveia Being In the vulture plight Then the bandt began a tooting And the brave blue coated crew Joined screaming like the eagle Itah for Yankee Doodle do I Said Ilnaries to Kill Shatter i You cant catch me in a year Said lllll Shatter to Unifies I 1 will get you never fear Then Kill Shatter gave Ilnaries Sevral awful hearty whackj And Ilnaries found hed got it Where the chicken got the ax Thereupon till Shatters fighters Clad in Uncle Sammys blue Sang upon that July morning ltah for Yankee Doodledol Omaha World Herald Soldier Has a Dead Brother Fellow for a Bed BILLFARBER ATTACKED BY CALENTURA Volleys Fired Over Dead Comrades Excite the Sick Soldiers Master TontTlo ltb6des is on the sick J list this week Bro Calloway is on the sick list bord- Â¬ ering on fevers Tom Mooro will teach school this fall in his home district Quarterly meeting at Pleasant Hill 3rd Sunday was well attended Miss Lizzie Coonies went home last Saturday accompanied by her father Miss Nora Galloway has taken relapse and it is thought she will not recover Ernest McDonald of Henderson is spending sometime wjth friends in this vicinity Mr John Compton and wife dined with Mr and Mrs Frank Rhodes the 2nd Sunday John Jarbers little daughter Belle got her arm broken lost Monday evening Have not learned tho particulars Present FRGG for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH flat Iron 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 ecoa oray are true the makers have had prepared at great expenie a series of W RAtLWAY Cinctnnatl and h Louis and the West t No to No 16 No ig ShiiSK GAME PLAQUES St LshIs Springfield and the WeH Mi- Vi td Nil an Is joan a 33am ArScI Otiis Ar Springfield 640pm 8 40pm gtjam 7 Ssopm tsam A stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure HarmleiB in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at ence Short Haynes Why Beef Has an Upward Tendency The probabilities are that the price ol beef will advance not from any artificial causes but because the live cattle are on thu up grade Tito demand is good and the supplies of deslrnble animals are not excessive There is more beef cotiaum ed by the armies in the field or rather the prescribed rations calls for more than if there was no war and the men composing the armies were at liomr The waste is more and that tends to in crease the consumptive demand There are plenty of cattle in the West al- Â¬ though fewer than for several vears but thoro are many of them that are not beeves now nor will they bo for some time This statement 1b verified by the fact that the receipts of cattle are smaller than at the same time last year LsBt month Um receipts of cattle at Kansas City Chloogo Omaha and St Louis were 34349 less than in June 1807 while the hog deficiency was 45781 and that of sheep 5S070 so that there were fewer animals slaughtered in the West in June 1808 than in the Fame month last year Not only were the number of cattle marketed smaller but being lighter in weight mostly they furnished in addi- Â¬ tion a leea number of pounds of beef than if they had been of the usual weight in previous years Consumers of beef and they include practically the bulk of the population of the United Slates are divided into class es and in consequence their wants are o varied Thcro are cuts for the those in moderate circumstances and the very poor and the prices vary in pioportion to the quality Meat eaters however when the price of some kinl becomes too high can make a change to a cheaper kind as was the case with the Increased demand lor corn for export when the prices of wheat advanced too greatly The cattle raisers are doing well these dayB after the long period of depression and while they are realizing fair prices it is because the slaughterers are forced to pay them in accordance with the law of supply and demand St Louis Butchers and Packers Magazine Â¬ Â¬ well-to-dÂ¬ I this regiment were bunking together under a shelter tent not fifteen Both were sick One of them died and the paces from where I lay remaining brother knew nothing of it for three or four hours A soldier who went to wake them discovered the fact This happened this after- Â¬ noon the surviving brother is not expected to live until morning The treatment that a sick soldier gets here is horrible We aro often short of necessities and we get none of the dainties that the papers The doctrine of the survival of say are shipped to us from the states the fittest is in cruel force here My experience has taught mo what is best to do and this is my re- Â¬ ceipt Keep out of the sun change clothes as often as they get wet oat no fruits or grease take a stiff drink of whisky three times a day or as often as the opportunity affords keep off the damp ground drink as little water as possible sleep under a blanket at night By adhering to these rules I think I can keep the fresh earth off my carcass for awhile I understand that an investigation of the medical corps is to be held I hope this is so and that it will bring about a change for the better Miss Maggie Wheatley and Mr James Mattlngly wore guests of Miss Maggie Rhodes last Sunday and Monday Miss Sue Rhodes entertained a num- Â¬ from William Fnrber a ber of her friends in honor of Miss The following story of suffering comes Gough and brother last Friday night Cloverport boy who writes to his mother from Santiago do Cuba under Mr Joe Shorshell and little son Mor- Â¬ date of August 6 ton had a pleasant visit at Mr John Deaii Motiiek The adjutant called mo to his offico this morning Moors last Saturday night and Sunday and gave mo a letter that Mr A R Fisher wrote enquiring if I were Mies Lydia Grough of Owensboro and dead I told you when I left Mobile that I had a long time to live if I brother Eraraelt of Louisville are visit Â¬ had to wait until a Spaniard killed me It was not my intention when ing the family of Mr John Rhodes this I came here to give my old hide to tho buzzardB for rations and you week Mrs Cliff Mattingly Mrs James Can- Â¬ know I tell the truth occasionally non and Miss Martha Cannon spent last I have not received a letter from you for some time Most any Monday at their uncles Mr Frank kind of a letter would cheer a fellow up in this grave yard where sol- Â¬ Rhodes diers aro dying like sheep of the rot I am just recovering from my Mibs Minnie Rhodes was on thu sick I have had it list last week but to day Sunday she third attack of the terrible fever called calentura Of course you under- Â¬ is convalescent since July 18 and as it rains every day I have suffered intensely day we heard the volleys fired over tho graves of eight or stand Every The little lord that came to brighten The custom had to be stopped finally as it ten of our dead comrades the home of Mr Bill Dockory some excited and depressed our sick soldiers weeks ago and made him the happy Some heartrending incidents transpire here Two brothers in Co father has been named David advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to Its customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only in the manner specified The subjects are American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Quail English Snipe The birds are handsomely embossed and 6tand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold exact reproductions of the roooo originals by Muville which will be givea you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of North Vernon accomodation leaves at dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at f to p in except Sunday Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegantday coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TItAlNS ARRIVE From West 7 tea m is 13 p m 640pm City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river lor detail information regarding rates time oa connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc RS11ROWN ddA District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W Ry 4U1 and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSDROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O n WAIIKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 9 33am 7 It a m it 15 a From East m 7 95 3 to a m am it 15 noon 640 p m Xfl ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for as years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year Thats how good it is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch Accept no substitute How To GitThim Flat Iron Brand aro entitled to re beautiful Ouu Pfaqaea free The plaques will not be rent by mall They can be obtained only from Tour grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This otfor la for a short tlmo only eel ve from their erocer one of these Alt purchasers of three 10 cent or six Scent pnekares of Elastic Btarch Henderson Houte Loniirillt Henderson St Lonii Ej No Co Time Card la ElToot June 20 87 East Bound Lv St Louis Kvansville Henderson bpottsvilie Owensboro No 41 No 44 THIS IlfHV II WW t r 46 flSCam SHOULD IflTEBEST EVERTBGDY Because it is placed here by the NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS f for tue bellent of tne public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price TFCTU Cloverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louisville West Hound Louisville Urandenburg Irvington H Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville u Owensboro Spotttville Henderson Evaniville ArrSt Louis Lv llawnville 715 738 818 917 6 1007 1045 1112 7 Mam 1 20m 2 40 37 3 44 4 son 522 603 40 1235pm 745 No 41 6 21 610 625 657 617 43 865pm 2 45am 310 328 400 450 730 No 4j 823pm fJ HI No 4 HELL ON EARTH Charlie Carter Describes Cancys Battle of El Was One the Heroes of the Three Days Fight Marvel of a Oraphophone One of the wonders of the end of the century is tho home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone 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 as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the COLVMUU IllOKO KAlU Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Wealthy Newsboys In consequence of the unprecedented demand for news in Chicago during the recent strike of tho stereotypers many newsboys became suddenly wealthy They swarmed by hundreds about the wagon loads of papers brought in from neighboring towns and by distracting the attention of the drivers managed to steal often the greater part of the papers which they easily sold for 10 and some times -- 5 and 60 cents a piece Some of them cleared 300 a day and increased their gains by gambling at night An eyewitness of a game played in an alley by newsboys on the night of July 5 testi- Â¬ fies that not less than 15000 changed hands there on dice Another brave lad from Breckenridge who was at Santiago is Oharlea Carter Writing to his father he says Ab you know by this time the pro- Â¬ vince of Santiago as well aa 27000 Span- Â¬ ish troops have surrendered to the United States We had a hard time forcing the capit-Â¬ ulation but finally accomplished it I am a member of Co O Seventh We Regiment United States Army had our first fight at El Caney and were in the three days battle of July 1st 2nd and 3rd We were in the battle of Siboney El Caney was a veritable hell on earth We were exposed to an awful fire and the zone of death took in the wholo hill up which we charged We never falter- Â¬ ed and to prove the fact that fortune favors the brave only one man was kill- Â¬ ed and one wounded on our company during the terrible charge in which each man courted death It was miraculous that our regiment the Seventh only lost seven killed and nineteen wounded I saw Rich Mattlngly and Bud King the other day They are looking well War prices prevail here I had to pay 20 cents for this sheet of paper to write on and as 1 am not a Vandebllt you must expect my letters to bo like angels visits few and far between unless the price comes down LIKE SARDINES Soldiers Were Packed on Board The Boat with protruding pile brought on by constipa Â¬ tion with which I waa afflicted for twenty yean I ran scrota your CASCAUKTS In the town of Newell la and never louad anything to equal them To day I am entirely I rea from pllfs and feel Ilka a new man HKbitz 1411 Jonei Ht Sioux City la CAN CATHARTIC Xsufferedtlietorturrii of the damned Joe Mattlngly Relates tils iences Exper- Â¬ at Santiago or THAQI I W7rnrahN Beetl tUtUmg rUawM tmUf HnkM or Uriue16o MMW CURE CONSTIPATION T Mk- PaUlaLbU HIllll lount Taat Seat Bo ttrnfi Wwn tUmlf t W Mattinitlr of Co O Sixteenth United States Infantry passed through the baptism of blood and fire at 1 Caney He Is a Cloverport boy and writing home to his father says This Is the first opportunity I have had to write you since June Our trip to Santiago was a horrlcle one Wa were loaded on the transport ship Hudson and packed in like sardines The poor vea illation caused Intense suffering and to add to our misery we anchored two days at Key West where we were broiled by a tropic sua It was a beautiful sight to Jo The McDanlel baseball club went to the Falls of Rough last Sunday to play a match gamo of ball with the club there and came away bearing the laurels of victory Hurah for our boys Uncle Frankle Rhodes has so far re- Â¬ covered his health to be able to go as far as the tobacco patch with his cane most overy day where he loves to master the worms and suckers and keep up with tho boys Pioneer Church in the News a few weeks ago was read with interest and much appreciated by the old people of St Anthonys who love to live backward in the memory of happy days longings and enjoy reading remembrances of tho past Fred Fraize came up from Henderson last week and purchased property of Dr McMullen lately owned by Mrs Ned Wm Farber Cannon and will moye his family here the 7th of Sept Mr Fraize and wife are Bee our convoy with its thirty or forty kind god neighbors and their old friends will warmly welcome their return transport vessels riding the waves I often ruminated on the treat cost of carrying on war and tho fearful destruc- Â¬ More than twonty million free samples tive power of the fighting machines in of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have our navy I also realized that war was been distributed by the manufacturers murder in a certain degree and it made What better proof of their confidence in me feel a little blue but then I thought its merits do you want It cures piles of what a glorious thing it was to fight burns scalds sores in the shortest space for tho liberation of an enthralled race of time Short Haynes and I felt that it was indeed a privilege to be used as an instrument to spread LOOK OUT the doctrine of human liberty and I was happy J H Canary is on the sick list at this I went through the firey furnace of writing Caney and weathered its storm of shot Tho wedding bells are ringing in our and shell After the terrible three days J vicinity now fighting was over and the white flag de- Â¬ There is several ewes of fevers in the noting the surrender of the Spaniards was thrown to the breez I experienced neighborhood now 1 a thrill of joy and pride that was worth J C Stiff was the guest of Miss Llllie Wheoler Sunday eve all the suffering of a lifetime to feel When we entered Santiago we saw the Miss Hook Hardlusbnrg is visiting most pitiful sights that ever greeted Miss Daisy Watlington human eye The people seemed to be Miss Ada Jolly Clover Creek is visit Â¬ veritable skeletons and their hopeless ing Mrs Bell Ackeraian misery filled the hearts of our sympa- Â¬ Barrad Gough was the guest of Miss thetic soldiers witli unutterable pain McCoy Sunday eve We deprived ourselves in relieving the Cora Willie Walls has somo attractions in suffering o our late enemies and the the Shiloh neighborhood people of the beleagured city Henry French made a flying trip to There is plenty of tropical fruit here Glendeane a few days ago but it does not seem to be nourishing Tom Robison was tl6 guest of Miss There is much sickness in the army All the hardships dangers and suffering Mable Ammons Sunday ove we have gone through has taught us to George Wegnast and wife have been appreciate home and when I reach old visiting his brother near Derby Ind Kentucky Gods couutry It will be Miss Alta Orocson was the guest of her like entering paradise sister Mrs Robt French one day last Still I love the armv and will stay with week it for many years to come Miss Llllie Wheeler spent last Friday and Saturday with her sister Daisy of Cloverport Miss Viola Whitworth has returned home from an extended visit to her par- Â¬ ents in Walnut Grove neighborhood Fought Dons Up the Hillside of Mr and Mrs I B Payne Horned was the guest of their parents Mr and San Juan Mrs Elvin French last Saturday and HunJay Rev B A Oundiff is holding a pro- Â¬ Says tie Longs For His Old Kentucky tracted meeting at Union Star We hope Home he will have success and open up tho hearts of somo of the people Lounle Hall of Union Star has se- Â¬ Walter Eates writing to his mother cured the Look Out school We are from Santiago July 17th says I am In Santiago de Cuba Wh had very glad to haye him as our teacher we a very hard time taking the town My hope he will have great success captain was killed on the hill wlile lead Â¬ A Howling Succmi ing the charge on the heights of San Wherever properly introduced Dr Juan The battle was fearful there I kept close to my captian and thought Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure for every moment that I would be killed constipation has met with a phenomen Â¬ Many druggists cannot say al sain The bullets were flying like hail I am now corporal of Company K eaougti In praise of Its merits as well as Sixteenth Infantry United Statta Army its great popularity with the people In I have to Instruct ray squad of men 10o trial size and also la 60c and 100 sizes of Chas U Martin bow to drill and become good soldiers I am getting 3t 00 per month from the government but wont get paid un Â¬ WHEN DOES YOUR SUB til I am back in the United States I am in good health bat often have SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS pangs of longing or my old Kentucky EXPIKE home 1 We extract teeth 25 cents without pain none a genu set 01 ariiuciai iccm ior Teeth filled with told and platinum alloy Teeth filled with amalgam Teeth filled with pure told ow 75 50 100 jliB rYITHOUTPZ ATES 1011 10 35 730am 851 915 961 6 43 am 60pm 91J 1021 1135 12 Hum T20 739 804 952 120 115 732 95 9 47 1010 1040 1036 1068 1143 12 23am 12 45 115 720 and up A guarantee given with every filling 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our 1 STORE Is filled from floor to ceiling with the finest and best line of General Merchandise that evor struck this country before rapidly and our customers are the happiest people in the country Our trade has been increasing you all want to be rich and happy visit the Green Flag Bargain Store And if iwr i WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW Space prevents the mention of all articles but an idea can be gained by what follows Clothing Mens Black Scotch Novelty Cheviot Suits worth 8850 our price 575 A nice Fancy Novelty 4 button Sack Suit well made would be cheap at 760 our prico 525 Hats A nice lino of Mens Black lints worth Shoes A nico lot of Ladies 3 Papers of Pins 6c prico 50c Better grade all styles worth 150 our price Extra fine grades black and r 1 fm ir IP grey all styles woud bo cheap at 200 and 250 our price 165 A beautiful line of latest styles in Klondiko Hats all shapes would bo cheap at 1 our price 60c box of Good Toilet Soap contains 3 bara for 5c 5 spools of 200 yards each WesterloyB or Kings Thread for 10c Ladies Black Hose 5c Butter grade 7jc Extra fino full seamless fast colors worth 16p our prico 10c Mens Socks 5o a pair 1 leather tip and facing worth our price Button or Laco Shoes patent 140 our prico 105 Better grade of Ladies Dongola Shoes 175 values 135 A Genuino Ladies Dongola hand made shoe high Â¬ ly finished and tho most perfect- - fitting ebon on the market Mens Suspenders mWL C imI M MA wl BBbbbbbbbbjhBbEBbJL I at n 10 Cents jig mw Dry Goods U 11 a pair Red Bandana Handkerchiefs 6c Spoons Table and Tea 5c and 10c por net Knives and Forks 40c per set Shoe lasts contains 4 pieces in a set worth 50c our price 30c Black Clay Worsted most perfect fitting garments regular 900 suit our price 557 A better grade of 18 oz Imported Clays well made nicely trimmed regular 1600 Buits our price 900 H rim im h v A handsome lino of English Fancy Worsteds latest patterns and styles most perfect fitting garments that These goods are made by the any ttilor can make best tailors in Chicago Suits are worth 1800 and 2000 our prico in order to get them introduced 1350 YOUTHS SUITS Novelty Plaids 4 button Sacks well made goods worth 8650 our price 425 Better grade most perfect garments will go at 550 A nice lot of Childrens regular School Suits sizes from 4 to 15 values from 135 to 450 our price 1 and 275 Knee Pants 25c Better grades at reasonable prices Mens double knee Overalls worth G5c our price 45c yard A beautiful lino of nice Plaid Dress Goods worth 18c and 20c our prico 15c Madras Cloths we cut them down to 12Ac Light bluo black groy and oil red best grades of Calicoes down to 4c a yard Percales 34 inches wide would bo cheap at 10c our prico 74c Organdies worth from 12c to 35c will now go at 74 to 15c for tho best Ginghams So a yard Mens Shirtings 5c per yard Best grades worth from Go to 12c our prico 8Jo for tho best Red Table Cloth 17c a yard Better grades fast colors 52 inches wide per Battle Axe Shoe W oars better than any other Is cheaper than any other Looks handsomer than any other Is easier on tho feet than any other Have them in Ladies and Childrens sizes When you want Shoes come to us and ask for Uhb brand Satisfaction guaranteed worth Groceries First clas Bacon Granulated Sugar 17 lbs for one dollar Good Green Coffee 10c lb Soda 2 lbs for 5o Celluloid Starch 5c a package 12 Bars of Everybodys Soap 25c 4 packages Coffeo Essonco 5c Largo Boxes Mustard Sardines 8c a box Coal Oil 10c a gallon 3 Sacks Table Salt 10c Largo Box of Matches 1000 in a box for 5c Everything elso in proportion Mens Shoes square or coin toe laco or congress 150 our price 110 A bettor grade regular 200 shoe our price 150 1 7c lb A nice genuine shoo worth our price 3 Mens heavy plow shoes 98c better grado seamless back 150 our price 125 A 22c bigli top worth Tablo Oil Cloth standard gradbs Beveral different patterns to select from 15c per yard Window Shades 15o each Better grades 7 feet long pure linen fixtures plete 35c Screen Window Curtains 5c a yard Toweling by the yard 5c Cannelton Sheeting Cotton 4c a yard com- Â¬ V w years of age vear a pleasant look noth- Â¬ ing more They girls are ever ready to flirt with us but not knowing their lan Â¬ guage or they ours wo think wo are great Â¬ ly handicapped in love making They al smoke and I dont blame them for they make the finest cigars I ever tasted The people of Ponce proper are a better class and make much more of a display of wealth and comfort While walking through the resident portion of the town we heard a little beginner in music prac Â¬ tising and running the same scales we so often hear at hfine and that I believe is among the first lessons of every begin Â¬ ner in music It was the most home- Â¬ like Bound we had heard since loaviug the states Street venders are most persistent in trying to sell their fruits Cocoauuls mangroves bananas and many other tropical fruits grow in abuudance and a few cents will buy all one wants You can go into a restaurant order a dinner top it off with a bottle of fine old wine and enjoy au after dinner cigar tho fin- Â¬ est you ever smoked in youi life all for twenty five cents in United States single gold standard money or for fifty cents in their money For twelve cents you can order a car- Â¬ riage and spend a hour in driving No matter if your carriage is more like n cart and the horse happens to be a bull The fact that you are getting tho best they have makes up for this slight differ Â¬ ence This little lirlii- towu which is noth Â¬ ing more than Ponce landing Is by no means a fair sample of the average towns of the island many others being much more wide awake and far moro advanced as I have learned from the people Our small pay as privates In the ranks wi 1 go as far here as four times the amouut would at home and we think the prospecta are very good for us spending rather an enjoyable winter should we remain so long We will not pilch camp here as we at first thought but will move up thu coast to Mayaguea where we will land and march Inland We have not yet seen a - Umbrellas Mens Umhiellas steel rod 5oc Ladies steet rod Umbrellas cellu- Â¬ loid handle 75c Better grade t ilk top fancy band les latent styles worth 175 our prico 125 1 Honesty is the best business policy We are honest with you Because we are honest we can quote prices We are 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 because 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 Green Flag Bargain Store Hnrdinsburg Ky THRIVING IRVINGTON Is to Have a Magnificent New College AN INSPIRATION H BAKER BROS WHEAT IN A NEW NAME MAIN STORE At Hawcsvillc Kentucky Spanish soldier nor heard a hostile gun Rut those who are best acquainted with us will know that not seeing Spaniards does uot detract a great deal to our en Â¬ joyment of the trip W V Bowmkr BLO00H0UNDS Put On Was the Choral Singing of the Chll drens Choir MEADE Jake Rows Calls Urey Varmint Woodson a A PLEAS- Â¬ ANT LOOK Is all Tho members of St Roses Catholic church were agreeably surprised Sunday by the delightful singing of tho childrens choir They rendered the high riiaes in a moat beautiful manner and the harmonious Quito a Building Boom There this blending of the fresh sweet childish Year voices was a perfect symposium of mel- Â¬ ody The chnir is the result of the splendid One of the most thriving and enter prising towns in the entire Tennyrile drill and training of Miss Annie May It performs all the different passages o tho is the little city of Irviugton It has enjoyed a phouomanal growth mass perfectly The children sing with perfect accord this season and the building trades have and all who heard them congratulate the prospered wonderfully Her latest enterprise is a new college congregation and compliment Miss May The promoters are Messrs Jolly for her splendid ability and talent FIggott aud Wimp and they havoselect You Can Depend On It ed Prof Orabb a splendid educator as the head of the institution that Foleys Colic Cure is an instant re Â¬ They have began the construction of lief for colic summer complaint cholera the college building It will be 24x85 in morbuH diarrhoea bloody flux chronic bilious cholera infantum dimensions and is to cost 1600 diarrhoea Dr Moorman will build a handsome cpllo painters colic and all bowel co- Â¬ cottage in Woodland addition Irvlngton mplaintsA It FieherGoverport R A is the near future The structure will tihellman Stephenaport Gordon Hay E A Witt Hardlna nes Fateavllle be quite an ornament to that locality The sew brick building for Shellman burg Company and the new bank institu Â¬ SERIOUS ACCIDENT tion Is rapidly uearlng completion It will be a handsome modern edifice and Reported That Miss Carrie Owen Is Badly will materially enhance the appearance Hurt of Irvlngton It is rumored that Miss Carrie Owen One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo one of Glendeanea most popular youug pie by its quick cures aud chlidron may ladles has sullered severely from a run Â¬ take it in larg t quantities without the away accident According to report she least danger It tuts won for Itself tl was thrown from her buggy and hud a reputation of any prpa ration need leg and arm broken ta 4ay far eolds croup tickling in th throat or obstinate coughs Short De Witts Witch Hsael Halve iias the Jiayntfl largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and ta merit has led dishonest A Sitccees people to attempt to counterfeit it Look of Louisville baa ont fer the man who attempts to deceive JUT MeFarhwli bee nosjilnst4Mgapatoa8ted insUgat ytw when you eall for DeWitts Witch yaWWeefc Uinaorti Uaeel Halve the BMatnlle enre het Bt ataahiy ill at BfA BMC VBavi g I JdUfM In tho Circuit Court at Owensboro Sat- Â¬ urday morning replying to an article Her Farmers Raise Quarter charging him with wrongful conduct in of of a Million Bushels compromising a prosecution Common- Â¬ Howe denounc Â¬ wealths Attorney J Her Hills Prove to be Unusually ed tho editor of the Messenger as a ma- Â¬ licious varmint who had persistently Productive misrepresented and libeled him He A conservative estimate of the amount said the charges made against him were of wheat raised in Meade county this false and asked for a full investigation year Is 250000 bushels This was thresh Â¬ Itowe states that his only offense was to ed by ten operators of threshing outfits extend official courtesy to a poor young They report the grain to be of a superior man whose mother is at the point of quality being will filled and weighing death out far heavier than the aversg The Only One Slok average yield for the county is 1U bushels There are a number of Ureekenridge to the acre Among the largest produu county boys enlisted in the regiments era jn the county were G W W rather raised 1072 bushels on that are now brigaded at Camp Miles at 10 acres His crop averaged 15 bushels at Lexington A communication to the to the acre He will sow 100 acres in Nkws from a soldier stationed tnere Bays that Ernest II Pate of Co II Third wheat this year Charles Hardaway COO bushels His Kentucky is verv sick but that all the rest of the Breckonridg county boys are crop averaged 31 bushels to the acre Sou 1000 Average In good health It 8 Dowell production to the acre 25 bushels Oood Prices Henry It Smith 1833 bushels weighed out 1073 Sam Olx of the Stephenaport neighbor- Â¬ Lynn Craycroft 1810 bushels hood la one of the most intelligent farm- Â¬ O D Richardson 1403 bushels weigh Â¬ ers in this county He was at Louisville ed out 1053 oats 230 rye 215 Friday aud bold 24 h ad cattle October Preparations are being made to plant delivery at 4n a pouud The animals are the largest wheat crbp in tho history of feeders and will average from 000 to Meade The acreage will bo Increased 1000 pounds each This Is a top price ully 20 per cent A large amount of fer- Â¬ tilizers and implements are being sold by Few Days For dealers Wood Math tin expert photogra- Â¬ pher will remain at Irvlngton a few days Bueklena Arnlea Salve longer All persors wauling pbotograps Tub Bust Salvk in the world for Outs should avail themselves of the opportun Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ity of getting them taken now as he will ver Bores Totter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ go Inside of a week He does excellent blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions work and positively cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect O satisfaction or money refunded Price SMMtk P ipv mw m ww firing BVifjni 25 cents per box For sale by Bhert llaynes the Clothes Porto Rico Kids Wear Impressions the Trail or a Robber Who Stole 300 A W Templeman a farmer living eight miles west of Leitchfiold was robbed of 300 Friday night which he drew from a bank to pay out soon and put in a trunk at liia homo The trunk was broken into Bloodhounds were sent from Leitchfleld to trace tho culprit but he escaped well-to-do Our Own Victor Uovvmer Writes His Porto Rico Aug 17 1898 After nearly three months of weary waiting we have at last landed on the coast of Porto Rico in the harbor of Ponce The city is three miles inland but there is a good size town at the lauding Of the beauty aud natural wealth of the island I will say nothing for those who have read of this country know as much in reimrd to that as I and all I could say would only be a repetition of what they have al- Â¬ ready heard The little towu in the harbor appears as if she had been asleep for a hundred years and had just awakened and is now rubbing her eyi B Tho houses are all quaint little one story a flairs situated far apart and sur- Â¬ rounded with cocoanut palms nearly all of which are bearing fruit We were delighted with the view of the island as wo saw it from the trans port vessol and even more so after our closer inspection No doubt many of thu boys will make their home here after they are mustered out of service We believe that fortunes will bo quickly made when enterprising Americans and capital come in as they surely will as awn us it becomes he property of tiie United States government The natives are shrewd but sltnplo in manner and dress Mauy of the women are very pretty and dress in a mode best suited to the hot climate A single gar raent that strikes them between the Jinee aud ankle with tandals laced very Beeeealngly about their anklea hi the pre Â¬ vailing style The children under four Â¬ Â¬ Yuu invite disappointment when you experiment De Witts Little Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick head ache just us sure as you take them Short Hayues Â¬ Enjoying Virginia Mr and Mrs Emory Z rkel of Clover port Ky camo down from New Haven W Va andaro the guest of Mr and Mrs F L Slbiey Mr Zlrkel is an engineer on the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad and one of their most trusted employees and efficient passen ger engineers He reports business good with his road aud the company one of the best In the country to work for Galllpolli O rlbuue Â¬ Â¬ New Dentist The hustling city of Hardlusburg will have an addition to her professional cir cles in the person of Dr W A Walker a tine young dentist from Louisville He Is a graduate of the Louisville Dental College and Is thoroughly versed in the art of modern dental surgery Â¬ ITOMIX O BMMtfct CCMWb TOHIA OCrttflPC kTtUI VUd f llB tVHPI fatf HM fcWftfl IMVfl linn Ruulf NHMI VWpbt 8 Breckenridge News 31 1808 i THIS BRElOKlElKllIliJaEl NEWS4 OLOYRRPORT KY jri COMMON PERFECTLY SATISFIED Ohs Kicliardson Says He Kick Coming FAIR SKIN WEDNESDAY AUGUST SENSE TALK How One Has No TRIBUTE TO AMERICA HOLT this vicinity Edward Stallman spent Sunday night with Fred Dutschke Miss Magle Stallman of Chenault is visiting Mips Mary Dutschko Miss Lallle Manning is visiting Miss Mary Dulthke this week Miss Amanda is out driving Mr B s hone wonder what that means Jolm Manning of Aloaleyvllle visited hie son T M Manning Saturday Harrison Is getting to be bo latge that people hardly know him when they Mrs W Board aud daughters are visit Â¬ ing relatives and friends at Lodlburgthis week Mr and Mrs Squires of Hardinsburg have been the guests of friends and rela Â¬ tives near here Miss Eunice Manning of Oloverport is visiting Mr Valentine OBryana family this week J FTDutachke is thinking of buying him a new buggy Lookout I girls that means buiineea Mr and Mrs P B Greenwood are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs V OBryan this week Quite a number of cases of typhoid and malaiia fever have been reported in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs Cooms who haye been visiting their daughter in Owenaboro have returned home Quite a number of the youDg folks of Holts Bottom attended the moonllsht picnic given at Mr Blacks last Friday night Lost some where between Chas Oelzes and Holts Botton J F Dut schke The finder will please to return and receive reward Mrs Henry Solbrig and Mrs Jake May of Oloverport Mr Bill Keys and family Mrs A Dutschko aud Miss Ida Nottingham were the guests of Miss Mary Dutschko last Sunday -- WBmiwmmmm Crop are looking flno In w BABYS SMOOTH A Gus Richardson In an interview with h Grateful Mother Wrltoi this Letter Telle all about Her Trouble when Daby Broko out with Sorofula Soroi At the ro of two months my baby began to havo aorca break out on his right Wo used alt tho external apÂ¬ check plications that wo could think or bear of to no avail The sores spread all over one aide of his faco We consulted a physi Â¬ cian and trlod his medicine and In a week the soro waa gone nut to my surprise In two weeks more another scrofulous look Â¬ ing sore appeared on babys arm It grow worso and worse and when he was throo rotmths old I began giving him Hoods Boresparllla 1 also took Hoods Bawaparllla and before the first bottlo was finished tho sores were well and have never returned He Is now fouryearsold but he has never had any sign of those scrofulous sores since he was cured by Hoods Barsaparllla for which I feel very grateful My boy owes his good health and smooth fair skin to this great med- Â¬ icine Mrs B B Wiiotkn Farming Get only Hoods ton Delaware Farmer Is Making Big a Nbws reporter tlin other day wild he A FrcnchmMs Opinio of the had no kick coming against tho arrange Yankee Natioti Money nionls by which ho waa granted the It Will Not Cost You r HOOd S PlIlS rny III effect are prompt efficient and jWcpiiU Painful Accident Adrian McAlee living between Big Spring and Bewleyville while out huntÂ¬ ing last Thursday accidentaly discharged his gun shooting himself through the right hand Dr Strother who is attend Â¬ ing him found it neccesary to amputate two of his fingers but reports him doing nicely Democratic Nomlneei For Congress First District Chas K Wheeler Second District Henry D Allen Third District John S Rhea Fourth District D H Smith Seventh District E E Settle Eighth District Geo C Gilbert Ninth District Mordecai Williams Tenth District Thos Y Filzpatrick House Party Tom de la Hunt spent Sunday with a house pnrty at Meadow Lawn the home of Mrs Ida Longuemare Bagot t near Rome The other invited guests were Mrs Harrison Jackson Price of US A Miss Helen Price of Buffalo N Y Messrs Arthur Mattingly of Louisville Frank Mercer and Frank Board of HardinBOurg Ky Cannolton Inquirer Extensive Improvements George Lyddan who is one of the farmers in this county most is erecting a large circular silo on his farm near Irvington He is also making arrangements to erect a powerful wind- Â¬ mill which when completed will be attached to a large storage tank from whence water will be piped to his house and out buildings Circulating Money J W Pate of McQuady has purchased seven car loads of wheat from the farm- Â¬ ers of his neighborhood during the past week and in so doing has paid out over 2000 He reports that the people in Â¬ ties of fertilizer and also a great many farming implements witli the expectation of putting in a large wheat acreage this fall STABBINQ that vicinity are purchasing large quanti- AFFRAY Hancock Farmers Oct Into a Fight Over a Hog Joe Roberts and W II Q Johnson rroiuinent farmers living in the Yelvington neighborhood in Hancock county met on the road near their homes Tuesday and had some words concerning a hog Both men became incensed and resort- Â¬ ed to blows Johnson pulled a knife from his pocket it is alleged and stabbed Roberts in three or four places Two of tho wounds are of a serious nature and renders Roberts condition dangerous He may die Johnson surrendered to the authorities Wednesday two Association The Bewleyville Magisterial District will convene at Bethel church Saturday September 17tb 1898 0 a m IltOGltAM Opening Kxcrcltei Organisation Miss Myru Hanks Prlmar reading I U McCubblnS Supplementary reading Discussion Herman LayHd Hook Jesse B layne Arithmetic simple and compound number J II Hicks Common and decimal fraction W A Smith S Geo Hool It F Matthewi Iirusion h ill the trustee be compensated e George Morris C II Drury 11 II McCoy T II Henderson Jno Iyddan Mils Myrtle Crutcher language work History method of teaching MIssMattie Hook Association Discussion Primary grammar and composition Miss Florence Cain Organization of Reading Circle Miscellaneous second deputvshlp of the Appellate court Â¬ Has Adopted Modern and Scientific I ooliovo that Mr Shackford did all Says We Are the Mightiest and Hap piest People en Earth Methods in his power said he to redeem his promise and he was only prevented from I am The following appeared in a recent A wonderful Interest in now being carrying them out by tho Judges taken in intensive farming in Brecken perfectly satisfied with tho new arrange- Â¬ edition of the New York Sun ment I know nothing at all of the ar Â¬ ridge county To the Editor op Tub Sun Sir The intelligent husbandmen have rangements by wnlch the salaries of tho You will pardon a Frenchman it he rises awakened to a realization of the fact that deputies were pooled I will take up the up and calls for thtee cheers for the they must adopt the most modern meth duties of my position September 1 I American people and three times three ods of cultivation and tho moat scienti Â¬ am making arrangements to move my for your grand old Yankeo nation I As a fic methods of economic farming to family to Frankfort and expect to have eon of the youngest republic I am dethem with mo this winter lighted to pay tribute to tbe oldest best make the industry pay A man who is working on these lines and mightiest republic The Most Fatal Disease is J F Clarkson who has a COO acre farm How marvellously you plan I How cultivation near Big It is generally known that more adults bravely you fight I How decisive your entirely under die of kidney trouble than of any other victories How magnanimous with those Springs In an interview with a Nkws reporter disease When the first symptoms of yon conquer You are really Gods I am now erecting this disease appear no time should be chosen people Look at your record Thursday he said a silo on my place It is the most mod- Â¬ lost in taking Foleys Kidnoy Cure Twice within thirty years you lowered ern structure that has been devised and which is guaranteed or money refunded the pirate flag of infamous Anglo Saxon A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell England in 1783 and 1615 Thirty years will be 80x20x20 in dimension when Haynes later you brought Mexico to her knoes completed It will bo large enough to man Stephensport Gordon Patenville E A Wilt Hardinsburg In 1805 you ended tbe greatest of civil hold 140 acres of corn ware To day you are celebrating your Last year I fed 240 head of cattle on marvellous victory over Englands great ensilage and it was the grandest and rival in land piracy namely Spain All most successful experiment I ever tried tbeee wonderiul triumphs are the work of My increased facilities this year will your navy and valiant citizen soldiers allow me to feed 300 head for you have no standing army as we There is absolutely no waste in this understand tbe word Hail I the giant meUiod The cattle get the benefit of republic I the republic that knows no deevery of grain nutrition there is in tho It Means the Higher Cultivation feat that is based on manhood and in corn stalk and ear telligence A most valuable feature of the plan of Land You American people are blessed as I do not is that it eaves everything no other people in the extent of your have to buy fertilizer as I get all the droppings from the stock and the rich Would Increase the Production of all territory and in your climate and re- Â¬ Crops and Lessen the Acreage sources and you deserve it all You are manure is natures own recuperative fortunate in another respect you be- Â¬ product for tho soil I think that the small farmers would do well to adopt The Home and Farm adopts tho atti Â¬ long to no one race You are not Celt the silo They can get far more money tude that intensive farming will not be German Frank Saxon Scandinavian or out of ensilage fod to stock than they generally followed unless a thickly set- Â¬ African You are a composite people can from corn in the ear It will give tled country compels its practice It made up of the best or fittest of all races them a chance to build up poor farms discusses the subject in its very widest The world is your mother country your strength lies in the fact that you are not from the fertilizer that can be gathered application saying from their own barns and stock pens Intensive farming will not be practiced a race but a people having the virtues Every farmer should have a good c n large farms where land is cheap and of all races and few of their vices Look The increased weight in plentiful Only when the country is at your great naval heroes Dewey the stock barn cattle that results from thtir protection more thickly populated will improved Norman Frenchman Sampson the Irish against severe weather will pay ior the systems be adopted In Europe every American Schley the German Farragut structure in time square foot of land is utilized to the best tbe Spaniard Porter OBrien Barry Mr Clarkson had 175 acres in wheat advantage just as is done in this country McDonough Stewart Irish Americans this year and raised about 3500 bushels by market gardeners near large cities Paul Jones the Scotchman Philip the of wheat on his place Tho propensity to grow all crops at the Holland Dutchman Look at your magÂ¬ i least expense for labor is the cause of our nificent soldiers Grant the Scotchman A Narrow Esoape present system of farming and leads us Jackson Sheridan Shields Meade Lo- Â¬ Thankful words written by Mrs Ada to grow only thirteen bushels of wheat gan and Curtis brave sons of Irish emi Was taken per acre on an average while the grants Weitzel Sigel of sturdy German E Hart of Groton S I with a bud cold which settled on my European farmers average more than stock DeKalb and Steuben German I must lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ twice as much Even with com which and Lafayette tbe Frenchman ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave is a natural plant the average yield is not forget the brave young men of Mer me up saying I could live but a short only one half the amount it should be riinac fame Hobson who I believe is time I gave myself up to my Savior An increase of but three bushels more of Scotch descent George Charette the Yankeo Kelly Murphy determined if I could not stay with my per acre for the whole country of wheat French friends on earth I would meet my ab would give us twice hs much for export Degnan and Montague of good Irish sent ones above My husband was ad Â¬ as we now have f ir 189 or 100000000 stock Phillips descendant of an Eng Â¬ vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery bushels Intensive farming also applies lishman and Clausen the Scandinavian for consumption coughs aud colds I to better manag ment of Btock The These names show how your navy is gave it a trial took in all eight bottles pastures vtould be small if used at all made up These are a galaxy of which It has cured me and thank God I am and they would be kept up to the high Â¬ any nation might be proud France saved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ est degrees of fertility while a larger would give them the Legion of Honor man Trial bottles free at Short Hay number of toragu crops would bo grown aud a popular triumph You Americans have taught the world lies dnig store Regular bIzj 50c aud and every ounce of manure would be 100 Guaranteed or price refunded carefully saved There are many portions a lesson It is hard to provoke the eagle of New Jersey where the farms consist but once provoked he strikes hard I of only five or ten acres of land and of a have heard some sneering critics say BIG SPRING sandy nature thus requiring frequent that Spain is weak therefore you con use of manure and fertilizer but on quered her What nonsense You Guy Meador made a flying trip to which tho owners are more prosperous would win if the foe were England tor Louisyille last Monday than many farmers with ten times as the third time or Germany or Russia or Miss Nan Martin is in Custer visiting much land that is naturally better All even my own beloved France or Italy America triumphs because she is bravo depends on the kinds of crops grown and her sister Mrs Springate The crops that give aud because she always fights for the Miss Mayme Barnard of Louisville is the management the largest profits are the kinds that right Your first great war was to crush visiting Miss Lydia Clarkson require the most labor and other oxpense Anglo Saxon tyranny your next was Prof Felix Kerrick of Eliztbethtown waged to prevent the perfidious Saxon to grow them was here at the hotel for dinner Friday from robbing you of the fruits of your Dr Strother and Gabe Meador Jr One Minute Cough Cure cures first victory Your next great struggle were calling at Vertrees Saturday even Â¬ That le what It waa made for was waged to preserve your Union and ing to liberate the colored race And now Mr Chambers of Louisville is the Beautiful Easter Utiles or Fairy Llllies you crown your great work by putting an guest of Misa Lydia Clarkson for a few Florid is the home of U famous Easter Lily end to Spanish rule I beliove it is During the blooming season in some places the Gods will that tho American flag should days ground I almost white with thtir beautiful Illy Miss Mayme Moorman of Louisville white flowers and thousands of them are picked float in triumph all over the Western So bo it Brave patriotic is spending a few days with Miss Sue by the colored children and carried to market Be Â¬ hemisphere fore coming north I had a fine lot ol the lily bulbs magnanimous Americans 1 salute you Board dug and brought them with me they make love A protracted meeting will begin at the ly house plants and are sure to bloom Anyone and give you an old French soldiers I Jean La Roche Baptist church the fourth Sunday in this who would like two or three ol these Illy bulbs benediction Nkw Tonic Aug 20 can have them by sending a stamp to pay postage month Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ONE CENT To sea for yourself the Bargains we are now J I offering you and It 33 i Will Pay You to 50 Cents 1 on Every Dollar We have cut tho prices on all summer goods deeply and decisively for forced and quick selling Wo sincerely and strongly urgo you to coruo here and investigate our bargains and we will loavo tho result to your intelligent discrimination INTENSIVE FAMING Â¬ 1 WE TELL TIE I TRUTH J TRUTH H JACOB TIE im m Ilenuty In Illood Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im purities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples bolls blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascaretsbcanty for ten cents All drug gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c COc Paper Cannon It is reported that Krupp the German manufacturer of cannon has completed a number of paper field pieces for the use of the German infantry It is not expectid that these pap r puns will re place those of steel They are intended for use in situations where the move ment of field artillery would be impracti- Â¬ cable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MEYER Â¬ BIG SPRING KY Â¬ When You Take Your Vaoation the most necessary article to have with yon after your pocket book is a bottle of Foleys Colic Cure It is an absolute prevention or euro of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of water You are likely to need it A R Fisher Oloverport Gordon Haynes Patesville R A Shellmau Stephens port E A Witt Hardinsburg mmmmmmsmmmmmml A great many farms become worn out and poor becauso they are not properly nourished Tho soil is not rich enough to feed tho crops that are planted on them What they need is a rich fertilizer Feed Your Farms Experience Proves That Kerrs Raw Bone Fertilizer big crops of wheat Â¬ sBvwa It will mako Is the richest and most nourishing food that can bo fed to starved soil The Price is Reasonable ONLY SafllSSSSSSSSSSSsPfSSSSSW fpjSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSStiiSSSSSSSSSSSli 2000 PER TON FOR SALE BY STARK D HAYNES HARNED KENTUCKY BRO AOUARANTEED CURE FOR Opium 1 Morphine and Cocaine Habits and Drunkenness for full particulars i lie JLiHipire JL XYAJl T T Grain and Fertilizer IIaa a stron8er Hold Upon the Formers Than Ever addren T I STEVE P HOLCOMBE Ho 138 E Jefferson J T y Teachers Hugh Ditto of Owenaboro was here last Monday the guest of Mies Lydia Clarkson You are indeed very welcome to send as 1 can get more when 1 return to Florida next tall Address Mm P A Warnek Saginaw Bast Side Mi hlgan THE MARKETS Reported by Sulzer Chickens 8c Eggs 9c St Louisville Ky All Correspondence Strictly Confidential To the patrons trustees and all who wish to encouragd education are kindly reuuestod to come out to Bethel church on the 18th of September and assist in the good cause The teachers of the district will remember that the law and your contract demand your attendance Yours Respectfully Anubkw Duihkkll Frea of Him Bbvan Ohio Jan 13 1807 I bad been suffering Gentlemen Had a poor appetite from indigestion and could not eat anything containing grease and had constantly a worn out feeling After using three 60a bottles of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I am now able to eat anything my appetite craves aad can say it has made a new man of Eli Bowkv Oba O Martin we druggM Made a New Man Mr Snowden of Cincinnati is spend ing a few days hero the guest of Miss Lydia Clarkson Mr Garuett of the Baptist Seminary in Louisville filled the pulpit here Sun day at the Baptist church Misses Nannie Board Hortenso Miller and James Harned visited Miss Mollie Board of Custer last Sunday Messrs John Meador Sr and Dick Dowell attended church at Custer Sun Â¬ day and were the guests of John Cook Misses Maggie Katie Elite and Mr Henry Mossboyger of Cecilia were the guests of Miss Zelma Strother last Sun day Miss Ethel Grigsby who has been spending a few weeks with Miss Maud Doran returned to her home at Upton last Thursday Sum White of Ellzabetbtown was here last week and bought seventeen head of mules aud one horse paying very good prices for ail Messrs Blackwell and Bell of Louis- Â¬ ville came down on their wheels last Sunday and were the guests of Ben Clarkson Jr a few days Messrs Hardaway and Moorman Overton Blanford of Bewleyville passed through here Saturday enrouto for Flaherty and Vine Grove to spend Sun Â¬ day Â¬ Â¬ Saftty Comfort Sacrificed to Blood Poison Thoso who have never had Blood Poi Â¬ son can not know what a desperate con- Â¬ dition it can produce This torriblo diseaso which the doctors are totally unablo to euro is communicated from ono generation to another inflicting its taint upon countless innocent ones vMHiiSJssssssWix sW A iWmWIBaSBUPlutBBtBtti j ak na Cabbage ljc Potatoes 40c Onions 75c Corn 8c to 10c dozen Beans 10c gallon Green Apples 30c Peaches none in market Yellow Root 20c to 5c Ginseng large root 250 May Apple Root 2c Watermelons 10c to 20c UVE STOCK Iioivill and fails UstwMa l llyjSSBaRirlLHrgBSMrasBSTBiBBWsRiaHB Packet Line Fast Mall ttas l9alfflQBHeUDiKH fitfleK flf ssssssCUsssssr Usssslr I x Msssy Louisville and Evansville ssssfr sssssssfiiaW iissVjissssf iJSSbKssssV BTKAMKKS j W foot and no language can express my feelings of woe during tboee long year I bad the beet medical treatment Sev eral physicians succes HSBFX sively treated me but all 7MVffaeM to no purpose The mer cury and potash teemed to add fuel to the awful flame which waa devouring me I srs advised by friends who had seen wonderful oures made by It to try Swifts Speoiflo We got two bottles and I felt hope again revive In my urease nope tor ueaitn ami nappiness again 1 Improved from the atartfand a cbm wet ana nerteci cure was me result Is the only blood remedy which reaches de Some years ago I was Inoculated with potion by nurse who In fee ted my babe with blood taint Tbe Utile one was unequal to mo struggle and Its life waa yielded up to tbe fearful poison For ilx Ioiik yearn I suf Â¬ fered untold mluery I was covered with gores and ulcer from head to aati pent Is cases Montgomery UasTWLsaAU and 400 common to medium 325 and F M Ryan MaiUr W A Bishop Parser It distributes Fertilizer the same time it sows seed It caves 15 375 feeders 4 and 425 veal calves per cent of the phosphate It does its work well and cost for repairs 325 and 550 TARASCON Is lighter lhan for other machines Hogs Choice packing 225 to 300 lbs D L It is warranted to be of good ma- Â¬ Penny Matter h T Conner Parser terial and to do the work it is intended to do 3 76 fat shoats 120 to 100 lbs 3 75 and 4 3 00 and pigs CO to 00 pounds You can get your choice of the Plnin Hoe or Disc Drill TELL CITY 13 25 Roughs 3 00 and f 3 51 Suukp and LAuns Good to extra ship Â¬ K II Ballard Muter W B NewUll Pomr ping sheep ii 76 and 3 00 fair to good butcher lambs 4 and 4 05 extra spring D STAGG8 lambs 5 00 and 15 25 Skips and scala Â¬ Fine Ground Done Fertiliser makes weak soil strong and wags 50o and f 1 common to medium builds it up so that instead of being poor it becomes rich Dally sxoept Saturday bstwssa IoUy111 sheep 325 and il and produces gonorous crops contains Nitrogen These were the ruling prices on stock sad Hen Amsterdam Ammonia Phosphoric Acid and Bone Phos Â¬ Frttgbt shipped by this lias dsllrsrsd qslsk at Louisville Tuesday August 30 phate Doctor your farm with a soil enricher that r thin by rail 4 75 Cattle Extra shipping E G RAGON JeaissssssssssssssssssUttlL9lkvQBSssiBSBalllJis i W THE EMPIRE IS THE BEST0 P IT FEEDS THE SOIL It lor fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure make weak men strong blood pure toe II All drug gut the many blood remedies 8 8 8 the only one which can reach deep Reported by Oelza Iiros seated violent oases It never fails to The following are the pricea quoted euro perfectly and permanently the for grain in the local market t moat uesperato oases which are beyond Wheat 02 cento the reach of othor remedies Of BRAIN Travelers if 111 Had the steenet s are uniiw la equipment aad aoeomiBodstloai The best ealtssry ere eaployed as cooks aad he ateas Is equal to that of the bait hotel Qeasral eaees 176 aad US Jta Aveaae passed Loots Tllte D because of its large proportion of animal matter is the KING OF FERTIUZenS ON YOUR LABEL IS A DATG imsimawSiWi Leek at It and see hew yeu staad with this Paper cjftte is fohkly tkokablx and I the only blood remedy guaranteed to oontaia bo mercury potash or other mineral Valuable books mailed free by Swift Speeiflo Oomputj Atlanta Gwtfia SSSrrnBM Corn 60 cents The pricea for grain at Louisville are Wheat No 2 red aad letrgberry GO anc 08c No 3 red aad leeffbwry 5 aad 00c ti PKKNT es4- WW A HITS Free FOR EMPIRE DRILLS and Jones Fine Ground Bone Fertilizers O V WnxiAtM T P Oweaaboro Ky Cora 32c 35 No 3 white Sk No 3 white No S mix 39 Ke 8 mixed DiWitfa Little Barly Rlers The Inmiriis Mitt sttaU 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