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BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TTSSf ALL THR PART OF THE ARMY NEXWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 1898 Koyat make VOL XXIII CROOK Lieutenant Colonel Murray Hat Been Pre sented With a Hone Tho FonrilrKentucky of which Hon R Mnf raya of this city is Lieutenant Colonel will remain in the porvico of It has the United States Government been ordered to Knoxyllle Tenn to go into winter quarters The members of the regimont presented Col Murray with a handsome horse lastlweek Tho animal is a beauty aud is a magnificent testimonial of the regard in which Col Murray is held by bis men It is freely predicted thnt Lieutenant Col Murray will soon be promoted to pome high judicial rank in tho army In civil life he was a brilliant and suc Â¬ cessful lawyer and wns regarded as oho of the leading practitioners at tliu Ken Â¬ tucky bur He has had large military experience and has n fine knowledge of military law 11 Â¬ CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 NO 81 ALL ROUND Arrested on PRECIOUS GINSENG Merchants Regard it as Ready Money A VAGRANT JACK FR9ST Is Loitering Somewhere Between Here and the North Poie Tho oldrst Inhnbltantcannot reccollect n Septrmber thnt haR bftin so warm as this one On Friday and Saturday tho thermometer registered 8 In tho shade Both dajs wero oppressively warm and the Street Saturday a Burglary at VlllB Afternoon He Had Committed Hawes- - Wcrd That Is Worth Its Gold Welpht In J Thomas of Hawesville City Marshal arrested Win Robinson an all around crook and bouse breaker on Wall street In thlscity Saturday afternoon Tbenegro William Robinson was a stranger In Uawesvllle and it Is alleged that ho broke Inlo the Lawsou house O Saturday at noon and Btolo a Sum of money and some jewelry On Saturday The facts are theso afternoon Miss Pearl Lawson retired to her room to take a nap While she was asleep a buglar entered tho apartment and stole 5 In gold 1 In paper money and G in silver He also stole a lot of valuable jewelry Including a handsome gold bracelet When Miss Lawson awoke she discov- Â¬ ered that the articles were missing and she at onco gave tho alarm It was re Â¬ membered thata stranire negro waa seen In town and be Beemed qulto flush He bad purchased a suit of clothes shots and entire outfit at Taber A Millers store and bad tbon joined the negro ex cursion and came to Cloverport Marshal Thomas and Mr Miller of tho firm of Taber A Miller came to this city on the next train and spotted their man While he was having a good time they placedhlm under arrest and took him with liiem to Hawesville on the 745 train In the evening When you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles for eores for bums Short A Havnes WILL BE GRAND A Nkws reporter happened to drop into Vt sts store the other day whllu Eugeno Vest wns weighing out about 20 wortli of ginseng Tho gonial Eugene paused for a moment and remarked That proves that precious articles make small pack Wo are Ginseng is roady monoy ages the largest buyers of tho stuff iu this section and the people who gather it are llko those who prospect for nuggets of gold Â¬ everybody suffered with tho beat It will be remembered that the first katy Â¬ did of the season began singing Ids song about six weeks ago If the greon coat- Â¬ ed rascal was any prophet at all and If the old time lore of weather prognostl cntors bad n basis of truth as a founda tion we snould have frost ern this But it is lint hotter aud hottest ami Jack Frost is helping Wtillman search for explorer Androo somuwheru between here and the North pole In the meantime the ico man is in clover Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo- Â¬ ple by ilB quick cures and children may take it in large quantities without the least danger It has won for itsolf the best reputation of any perparatiou used to day for colds croup tickling in th throat or obstinate coughs Short A Uaynes MODEL FARM Railroader Who is Also a Good Farmer Extensive Improvements Being the Stites Place Made on t Ladles at Rotetta to Give an Entertain ment Â¬ The ladies connected with the Metho- Â¬ dist church at Rosetta are preparing to give a grand ice cream entertainment at the new church Tho event Is to take place Saturday September 10 from the honrs of 0 to 11 pm The ladles of the church are famous their splendid hospitaltyand when they get their shouldera to the wheel they make a great success All should participate in the event and the price 10 cents is within tho reach of everyone K forFUty Gent Guaranteed lobaeco habit cure mikes weak pure 60c II All drueclstt men airon blood W Train Master Sam Stltes of the L R is fast developing into a St model agriculturalist He owns a farm a few milts above West Point that possesses every requisite that a farm should have Mr Stites is au enthusiastic Wieyer in under drainage ami he is novf having his entire estate tiled He Bays that it makes the ground mellower and provides an ideal means of vitalizing the soil by means of ventilation It also catches all the vegetable matter that is so essential to enriching the soil and which is usually lost by surface drainage Mr Stites has erected a splendid stock and hay barn It Is 40xC4 feet In dimensions and is 24 feet high at the eaves He Is also constructing a tool and implement shed 34x24 in area Mr Stites has a magnificent gas well on his premises and this furnishes power for a gas engine that is attached to belt- Â¬ ing aud shafting so as to run the machines for cutting fodder and stock H A LR food N i Buoklens Arnica Salve Tiik Best Salve In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum FeJohn Flat a Painter Under Arrest at ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands ChilHartford blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ John Mat was arrested and lodged in quired It is guaranteed to give perfect jail at Hartford charged with the mur Â¬ satisfaction or money refunded Price der of Ben Carter whose body was found 25 cents per box For salo by Short A floating In tho river half a mile west of Uaynem that placfr July 13 Several parties have Swell Colored Wedding beon working on the case and last week Amos Crltteden and Miss Sallle Dean Tobe evidence was sufficient to cause Carter a brother of Ben to have a writ two of the leaders in local colored soci- Â¬ Bwornoutfor Flat There has been a ety were united iu marriage last Thurs Â¬ mystery about the murder Flat is a day evening The wedding took place painter by trade and lives near where in the colored Baptist church and was a very swell affair Tobe Crittenden is Carters body was found one of the politest young men of his Bonfleld III race in this city and a score of white I am subject to cramps aud colic and friends congratulate him upon his ven- Â¬ hare used many remedies but find Fo ture in the sea of matrimony leys Colic Cure beats them all W L Yeats Will Run Special Trains A RFisher Cloverport R A Shell The managers of the Daviess county man Stephensport Gordon A Haynts fair have made arrangements with the Paletville E AWitt Hardipsburg L II A St L R R o run three special excursion trains during the fair One College To Enter WhTteone of the bright Â¬ train will make a special trip over the MlssMannie branch frpm Fordsville and return It est members of Oloverportss younger will stop at all way statious from Forda- Â¬ enter Belmount College at set la to vllle to Owensboro Two special trains Nashville Tenn Mies Mannie is a girl West Point to O n ensboro charming personality aud because of will run from of taking on passengers for the fair at all her many amble traits of character she stations lias become exceedingly popular with all For broken surfaces sores Insect who know her The college she is about to enter is one of the best in tho south bites burns skin diseases and especially and we predict for hor a happy college piles there is one reliable remedy De Â¬ Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you career call for DeWitts dont accept counter- Â¬ You invite disappointment when you feits or frauds Yon will not be disap Â¬ experiment DeWitts Little Early Risers pointed with DeWitts Witch Hazd are pleasant easy thorough little pills 8alve Short A Haynes They cure constipation and sick head- Â¬ Secured the Contracts ache just as sure as you Uke them J K Bramlette the popular contractor Short A Haynea and builder at Irvlngton has secured the contract to erect the new college and Making Oood Progress the cottage for Dr Moremen at that The work of erecting the telephone place The outlook for the building line between Fordavllle and Owensboro trades at Irvlngton is very bright Tnere Is progressing rapidly and will be com la not a vacant house in the town and jtetsd la a few weeks Banker Ike several home capitalist are thinking of Adafr of Fordavlllel to be compliment Â¬ erecting cottnw In rental purposes ed upon the enterprise he has displayed Fine Fruit Prwpeets in eoBstrtittlng so mcesaary and costly According to a prominent fruit grower an Improvement this coming year Is going to be one of Perceptible I urease tho beet in years He said that the trees John Vest el the Arm of Wm Veet A were budding out unusually well and mm reports a fine bwlaete for Satur Â¬ that vat quantities of healthy buds can day He In concert with other rarr be seen or the twins and branches The chant In the city say that there Is a indication are that there will be plenty In trade and of apfdo peaches and pears very peieeptible inert xt year ttMt la a ajwing and Ixtoucy in tauii of a Haa fall turn A Kemehojd JfMeuity wlHtor Wd No family should be without Foleys all bowel eowpMata OJL klu vm Yw an AhMtf Sweat 0olo RCure tor CKomport R A Shl A FUUr -A luMta hum Qepiieajayort Gofdoa A IlayMo A Witt HanUawUr FattwtMvf FOR MURDER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Tho hills of Breckenridgo county are clothed In places with forests thnt are almost primeval In the dark shaded nooks of the mossy dells the ginseng hunter generally finds tho precious weed Ills quick trained eye detects it amid a mass of vegetation and if lie is n hustler anil knows his hiisinprw well he can earn pretty fair wages In a days search About 1000 is paid out to the peo ple In tho hill districts of this county annually for ginseng The price of the root varies and it has gone as low as 100 yer pound and as high as 310 The Chinese are tiie largest consumers of the product Thes pig tailed liea thtns believe that it poeses medicinal virtues of a magical nature and they pre- Â¬ scribe it for every ill that human flesh is heir to Notwithstanding the fact that the hill folks of Breckenridge have a knowledge of the fact that healing powers are ascribed to ginseng they have never yet had sufficient faith in its properties to use it as a domestic remedy aud there is virtually no local consumption of it Some cunning hunters of the root seek to defraud merchants by artlfically in- Â¬ creasing the weight Several of the local buyers have paid 250 per pound for bird shot that had been artistically concealed in ginseng root Bill Ashby tho proprietor of the High Â¬ land Nursery a mile or so below town is experimenting with the cultivation of ginseng So far he has fed about 500 worth of the root to field mice and moles These little pests seem to have as great a fondness for the root as the almond eyed celestial Bill has not become discouraged bow ever and he Intends to put in a number of planta nearer his house the coming year It is rumored that Bill will erect tro chas man traps pit falls and other devises to catch human field mice who are mean to raid his seng patch Â¬ THE WHOLE THING Colored Citizens Have a Gala Time Saturday Aleck Robinson More Glorious Solomon Heads The Parade Than DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the largi st sale of any Salve iu the world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for tho man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hfzel Salvo the great pile cure Short A llaynes BROKE BOTH ARMS Colored Boy Meets With a Painful hap Mis- While he was housing tobacco last Thursday the tier pole upon which John Dellaven colored was seated broko and he fell to the ground The accident resulted in his breaking his arms The right member waa broken in two places Pioneer Phytlclan Dead Dr D B Lewis of Blue Ball Hardin county died at his homo last week He was one of the old type of physicians and a man of rare intellectual gifta He v as Fielding Lewis decendod from Col who married the sister of George Wash ington He had a wide acquaintance in Breckenridge county and a legion of friends mourn his toes Â¬ Plenty of chicken watermelou galore and two brass bands brought happiness to the thousands of negroea who crowded into Cloverport Saturday The event was the colored G A It reunion The local members of the organization had made big preparations for it and the choicest fruit of the hen roost and melon patch had been plucked for the occasion Aleck Kobinson had diked himself out in his best early in the morning in anticipation of the affair The prevailing color decoration of his raiment was blue but it was releived ot its monotony by brass buttonsgold epaulettes red sash and a hundred more or less of bronze badges which lie had pinued on his manly bosom Aleck is a commanding tlgure when he Is mounted on horse back and has a sword in his hand He rides much better than Bill Cobb Bill has dignity but Aleck baa grace Besides Bill does not know how to wave his sword so as to emphasise his orders and keep time with the band Aleck does Now some people thought that Aleck RobiuBon and Bill Cobb were the whole Aleck parade They were mistaken Lasley was there so was the Cloverport Colored Cornet Band Both of them were quite prominent n the procession The visiting G A Its from Hoc k port i Owensboro and Hawesville were allowed a place in the parade and they seemed proud of the privilege of marching be- Â¬ hind so gallant a warrior Every timo Aleck would ride back along the line the Itockport Baud com- Â¬ posed of ambitious young would catch sight of him and would al once play Hall to the Chief even though they had been trying to murder Dixie before the magnificent Aleck had burst upon their startled vision The COO colored visitors from down the river aud the Ethiopian nsideuts of this neck of the woods had a glorious time Saturday They all voted that Aleck Robinson was hot stuff aud that he can lead a parade better ttiau Frog Eye or King Richard Goro can lead a cake Â¬ at Louisville two years ago and goes to Cincinnati this week W F Withers son of James Withers of Kirk and Miss Lorena MntKngly were All the girl babies on depot street are married at the Catholic church In this boys place last Thursday evening Born to tho wife of C E Harwell Fino clothing and shorn good wear Sept 5 a boy and comforlnblo fit you will find at the Fiank Haswell rame up last Sunday Uhkkn Fiao Baroain Stork from Cloverport Hardlnsburg Ky One dozen little photon for 15 cents at It N Miller returned home Inst week Mattluglys tent from Lebanon wheru ho bud been to MIm Ida Carlton of Rosetta is visit- Â¬ preside over a meeting of the Republi Â¬ ing Miss Alliu Witt can Committee of this Congrcrsinnal Miss Lucile Cunningham lias been district quite ill for several days First class Bacon 7jo per lb 12 bars of evorybodirs Boap for 25c Rev W B Sneed loft Monday to at Â¬ 2 lbs soda for 5c tend the meeting of ills annual Confer Â¬ Diamond Axel Grease 5c a box ence 2 pint cups for 5c Mrs Winehrinuer and her child of Green Flao Baroain Stork Louisville are hor vlsitiuu her mothers Hardlnsburg Ky family Jim Harris of Balltowu Is nbout to Musical instruments jewelry silverware sewing machines aud supplies at complete h contract for the runt of the Hambleton hotel Mr Lnkns time has T O Lewis not expired but he may nrrange to give Jesse Etkridge camo up last Sunday poseeesion in a short time If Mr Harris front Henderson and spent the day witli concludes to take charcc his father Table oil cloth 15c a yard Sam lleunlnger bought James Dur Good linen window shades 25u hams store bouse at West View last Toweling 5c a yard week at 100 Cnnnelton Hoosier factory lc a yard Miss Eva llensley went to Glendeane by the bolt Â¬ last week witli Mica Irene Board to se Mens Suspeuders 10c a pair cure a music das Green Fiao Baruain Stork WIiob a first class jeweler T O Hardlnsburg Ky Lewis of course He repairs watches Both MethodlBt parsonages are now and clocks perfectly vacant for the first time in many years For your wheat use special soluble We do not know that there ever was a bone and fine ground bone This is timo when both the Methodist ministers Currles brand of goods and is for sale by of the town were absent and both Haynes Bros Harned Ky churches were without a pastor It is John Lewis and Gabe N Taul have true Rev Felix Robards is filling the opened a new blacksmith shop in the Rev Breedings place but he is on the new building put up by Dellaven A Co local work Both Conferences will meet For your wheat use special soluble this mouth and probably by tho first of bone and flue ground bone This is October there will be two new preach Curries brand of goods and is for sale by ers here The County Judge entered nn order Haynes Bros Harned Ky of Judge Ahl and Jailor Gus Shellman last week adjudging that the estate James Miller deceased was due the left Monday morning to attend the an Â¬ for back taxes tho sum nual Grand Army meeting at Cincin- county and state of 570 00 and an additional in the way nati of penalty in sum of 116 The judge- Â¬ If you want a 2200 suit of clothes for ment was tho result of a suit brought it 115 50 go to the tho County Court by the County Attor- Â¬ Giikbn Flaw Bargain Store ney who claimed that tho estate of Hardingburg Ky James Miller which is regarded as a For your wheat use special soluble large one and owning considerable prop- Â¬ bone and fine ground bono This is Cur- erty had not been listed at its full value ries brand of goods and is for Bale by The iudgemont will be appealed to the Haynes Bros Harned Ky Circuit Court Try our Ladies Battle Ax Shoe the TAR FORK best iu the market also our Mens Han Crops are good in this pnrt of tho cock 175 cant be beat for the money county since the rain Green Flao Baroain Stork Hardlnsburg Ky Win Tabeiini of Kansas is visiting Judge Ahl is an enthusiastic Grand his mother this week Army mau He attended the meeting Mrs Amanda Melleu of Lnuisville HARDINSBURG th food pan wholMomt Mid df llclouf 1 pm m Absolutely Pure ROYAl MttlNO POOf ft CO MW VOftK Â¬ Â¬ and Mrs Ellon Bates visited Mrs Annie Taul Thursday Mr School began here last Monday Clint Basliain teacher Mins Kate Newoy is visiting her sister In Ohio county this week Mr Charlie Barbee is very tick it is supposed he has typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Joseph Allen spent Inst Sunday with Mr and Mrs L O Tnul Miss Doshin Bates visited her cousin Miss Ruthie Keennn last Saturday aud Sunday Mr L C Taul assessor of Cloverpoit district will begin his ride Soptember the loth Resolution In as much as it hath pleased our Heavenly Father to call from her earth- Â¬ ly labors and trials our beloved Sister Annie Newsom Juno 30th 18S be it Jlaohcd First That whilo we deep Â¬ ly deplore her loes we bow in humblo submission to Him who said What I do thou knowest not now but thou sbalt know hereafter believing that all things work together for good to thorn that love the Lord J U ml ml Second That the church society and community have lost a worthy and highly esteemed member and citizen lienohed Tiiiuii Thnt we oxtend our heartfelt sympathies and prayers to the bereaved family and commend them to Him who will all their sorrows heal Mia E T Haynes I i Com Mna R L Oklze Mary E Moorman I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Found At A R Flshor Cloyerport R A Hay- Â¬ Shellman Stephensport Gordon nes Patesville E A Witts Hardlns Â¬ burg drug stores n marvelous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaus Â¬ tion and femile weakness It is Foloys Kidney Curo HOT ISNT IT The weather is warm now but it will be cold in a few weeks IN TIME OF HEAT PREPARE FOR COLD When you buy your winter supply of coal be sure that you consider the PRICE AND QUALITY walk EG SPRING Protracted meeting Is in progress at the Baptist church Miss Nannie Board returned to her homo at Garfield Saturday Mack Herndon of Louisville wai the guest at B S Qlarksons last week Miss Anua Jones and Little Ada Mea dor haye returned from Hardlnsburg Rev G B Overton preached for us at the Methodist church last Wednesday evening Mr Snowilen of Cincinnati who was the guest of Miss Lady Olarkson return Â¬ ed home Monday Miss Willible Moorman who has been visiting Atlas Lena Drury and Blanch Jolly returned home Tuesday John Meador wife little daughter Leah and Miss Clara Morris vitited rela tive in Hardlnsburg last wtek Miss Fronie Olarkson of Elizabeth town who has been ylsitinir the Misses Glarkeona returned home Tuesday Dr Strother attended the Meade coun- Â¬ ty Medical Society at Brandenburg lait Tnunday lie was accompanied by II Me er Jesse Howell of Cecilia was the guest of Miss Dilsy Meador Sunday he was accompanied by his sister Vllss Mary who was the guest of Miss Ruby Miller BASKETT COAL IT IS RIGHT IN PRICE IS RIGHT IN QUALITY IT IS A MAGNIFICENT GRATE COAL It possess erties thnt and furnace nil the fuel prop- Â¬ produce a hot It is a Goal that gives more heat steuin coal nnd the small amount of ashes and u good It is lasting fire in tho grille stovo A stubborn counh or tickling in the throat yields to On- - Mlnnb Cough Cure Harmless in fleet touches the right spot rellablo and just what is wanted It acts at once Short A Havnes Dog Killing Time for the dollar than any other olliil it produces mnkes it a cleun economical fuel Â¬ FARMERS BUSINESS MEN MANUFACTURERS AND HOUSEHOLDERS City Marshal Graham has killed sever- Â¬ al unlicensed dogs thus far and he promises to carry the war into Africa if the owners do not step up and pay for the privilege ot glviug their dog license to live Weak Eye Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the usa of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Ita put up in tubes aud sold on a guarantee by all good druggists Nipped In the Bud The strike that was threatened at the Baakett coal mines last Thursday waa settled amicably by the operator of the concern The won wanted certain con cefslons granted in the annual scale These ware accorded them and they re Â¬ turned to work Buy your winters supply of BASKETT COAL now Coal will ho more expensive thin fall There nre indications of impending labor troubles that may so curtail the amount of coal mined that the demand will bo greater than the supply NOTGE Up Secret of Beauty Will Go the Price of Coal Special Prices for Car Load Lots TO is health The secret of health is the power to digest and assim ilate a proper quanity of food This can never be done when Buy Now and Save Money the liver does not act its part Doyouknowthis Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS HiifkfMti ad TonXA lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria Lhbj Initatiaa constipation torpid liver piles k the forerunner to cpumption Df jaundice bilious fever bilious will caie if ad Bells give stamgtk to tb lunge tbat a eewgk rYesg and kindred diseases Twasty or cold will not sU tUer P1U ftvn Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY K Mat at all aml thiajghti Tutts Livw Breckenridge News n D It V Q BftHftgt BRANDENBURG Mr J I Babbage was in town last Saturday A big delegation went from here to tho Cory don Fair WEDNESDAY BEIT 7 1898 Fall business is looking up considering this tropical weather 0 M Nevltt will leave for official duties at Uitchfleld Mr Taylor Haynes is at home from Therk ts gold In Breckonridge county Cannelton to see tils family The boys have a flue time playing cro farm produce quel on Mrs Moromens spacious shady lawn Thus far the Army has needed more Mrs G H Casperke and Miss Beltie quinine than powder In fighting ita en Clarkson are in Elizabethtown to attend emles the fair MIm Fnnno Phillips Is visiting Miss Tiik Czars peace proposition Is said Inez Jenkins who entertained last Saturto be a dream but dreams sometimes day night Misses Ella Hendricb Clare Wimp and come true Nelle Brown wero guests of Miss Lena Novitt last week Tiik Dreyfus cane convinces the world We aro glad to know Miss Sal lie Burch hon- Â¬ that French honor and Spanish is well and will be able to commence her or aro birds of a feather duties in school and music Mrs Hays daughter and son have reon standing turned to Louisville accompanied by Ir Secretary Alger Insists Mrs HelBtetter and Miss Georgia on his record there is danger of his be Â¬ Miss Lillian and Virgtnla Rhodes are ing hoist by his own petard being entertained by Mies Maggie Carter w ho lias many guests at a houso party Mrs It looks very much as though a large ville isJStuart Peckenpaugh oMrsEvans- Â¬ JA visiting her mother part of the red tapo In the war depart from the South McGeheo appropriately used for is also her whose sister ment could be guest neckties Mlrses Clare Wimp and Nelle Brown of Ekron visited Miss Ella Hendrick last HonsoN has boen nominated as a can- Â¬ week and attended the peace party at the didate for President by the Populists of old mill Sulphur Well Mattie Shacklett lovely dear girl two Indiana counties Even greatness Is MissCloverport for a visit thence to in ita penalties has Evansvillo and back to L avenworth to seo Dr Henry Shacklett then home fact that no officers in It is a noticable Miss Jen Hardin attended the pro Â¬ the Kentucky volunteer regiments have tracted services at Irvington We conresigned becauso the pay Is too small gratulate that progressive city on the That is a private matter prospect of a college with such an able teacher as Prof Crabbe Yes indeed we are nroud of our Bran Tehkitoriai expauslon will give American business men splendid oppor- Â¬ denburg mill and ot tho enterpriseII and 0 progressive spirit shown by Mr tunities to win victories of peaco and Woodson who pushes everything in the conquer new trade territory way of business for all there is in it our Charles Hamilton Musgrove Sam J Shacklkford has been sworn youthful Meade county poet has his book Beautiful ready The into his duties as Clerk of the Appellate of verses public DreamMusgrove is well Mr for the court Gus Richardson of Meade was known to all the readers of the Louisville also sworn in as his second deputy papers Mrs Waller nee Sue Herndon of Hop Mrs In these piping times of peace com- Â¬ kinsville is at Camp Herndon is mercial and industrial expansion in the Waller is in very delicate health but still a pretty picture of the graceful girl Dixie is compelled whom I remembered as a fair love for South is so great that to let out a few inches of its belt every any man few weeks Misses Mabel Shacklett and Mary Len Ditto will commence their music this excellent paying class have week Aouinaldo is working tooth and toe and the I finest an series of studies I have nail to obtain recognition from the Pow ever used with a new work on theory era Paradoxical as it may seem the and musical history But it means study study work work Powers are utterly powerless to recog The venerable city of Hardinsburg nize him holds a warm place in the hearts of our visitors there Mrs Jeff Ditto and chil When askitl to eipress hi personal opinion on dren haye had a lengthy slay with Mrs the question of the Americans retaining the PhilipMrs Ditto joins in the Gus Brown pine- Admiral Dewey looked at the Mars and unanimous verdict that it is a charming Stripes flying on the IunctU the lathinnable old town brimful of entertaining iolks promenade cl the Philippine capital and Slid Miss lone Dowden has returned from I hope it will fly there forever1 a delightful visit to Indiana and LouisAmerican people hopo so too The ville where she attended the fall whole Â¬ sale millinery opening and was charmed There will be a rise in wheat when with the display Misses Dowden and and Brown are noted for the country farmer sells his crop The beauty of styles in head originality are at gear and will then get his chance to your service for the season city farmer work his rabbit fooc in the grain market A young gentleman always expects and the price of wheat will go up like some passports into society The family the mercury of the thermometer in the in which he is or a young lady who vouches for him suffices for him His dog da s Mark this prediction own merits then should decide whether he keeps it Often those who Blight Gkoiuik Jolly of the second district such should investigate their own ances-Â¬ has filed notice of his nomination as tral line Mr Jack Harrington was at the peace Congressional lominee of the Republi- Â¬ He declares his intention of re- Â¬ party party and Las adopted the log cabin nouncing celibacy if he can find his affin Â¬ can as his device It is Bald the state cen- ity and he wants beauty If our Bran Â¬ tral committee will endeavor to settlo denburg girls cannot make him a trans Â¬ his ideal of womanhood the troubles between the Jolly and Fow- Â¬ cendent devotee must undergo some magical transforma- Â¬ ler faction tion 0 E Sears in Sundays Courier has an exceptionally fine article on kissing STEPHENSPORT The idea of any modest refined woman kissing any man in public because he is Mrs H J Napper was in Ilawesyille a hero She so far forgets her womanly Sunday being that she is no longer entitled to Mrs Metcalf and children are visiting her place for qualities sweet of rosy pruA kiss between the sexes is dence her mother Mre Cundiu Mrs Sullie Main spent Sunday in sacred Judge J F Woolfolk will leave this Sample with her daughter week to visit his neiceo Mrs Annie and Mrs hannle Smith and son George Nettie Kerfoot in Ellteno Oklahoma are guests at tho Smith House The Judge will hunt and fish and tak A few items now and then from this in the montli of September in a general port we dont think will hurt outing the first one ho has taken since his tour to Mexico some twelve or more Mrs Lee Perrlgo of Evansville Ind years ago Heres to our good friend for is visiting friends and relatives Mr and Mrs L It Adkisson spent a fine time Autumn in Summer days are gono Sunday at Lodiburg with relatives glow and splendor is Floyd t t E Miller of Henderson is Ita early get down to some solid here and reading we must the guest of his father A K Miller The young lades wish a Shakespereau Frank 0 Ferry has returned from a club to study and discuss the bards ten days stay it Sulphur Wells Ind plays Just now James Lane Allens Mr and Mrs Joe Smith of Louisville Flute and Violin and other Kentucky of her brother Scott Mc- Â¬ tales and romances are being enjoyed are the guests Coy and Bulwers Ernest Maltrayers Miss Ilulda Shellman of Union Star Quite a large party of us spent Satur- Â¬ spent last week with her brother H A day evening from eight to twelve at the bliellman old mill Sulphur Well The guests all Mrs Lucy Gregory and Miss Minnie wore the national colors flags with Simons of Cloyerporl spent Tuesday white dresses The occasion was most happy and informal The guests from with Mrs Dr White Â¬ Miss Katie Allen of Chenault who the city were entirely congeuial Danc lias been the guest of Mias Blanche ing and playing spirited A Card of thanks is due Mr and Mrs II W Herndon for Mosely returned home Saturday a charming evening and delicious re Mrs Harvey Adams and little daugh Â¬ freshments ter Julia Elizabeth of Owensboro are We appreciate courtesy and kindness upending a few weeks with relatives that seem to bn an instinct not a class Voters in the town are on the increase characteristic Wo like spontaneom feel Â¬ as Alessrs Scott McCoy and Will Stiles ings not because it is good form or ex Â¬ are possessors of a fine boy each a few pected of people to be polite The right weeks old kindness anil true couitesv can only We have very good health for the sea Â¬ emanate irom a truly good heart hence son in town Mr and Mrs Will Pettet we see very little of it But when we do Mrs II use Morgan and Mrs Joe Snider meet up with such people we reals are on the sick list they have the fullest and richest devel- Â¬ opment of nature Miss Dlxio E Perrigo of DallasTexas who has spent the summer with relatives Those men who have ordered a sum Â¬ will Boon return alter a weeks stay in mer campaign in a fever infected coun- Â¬ her sister and friends Louisville with try are responsible or some fearfully Deadly heat For the beat lit of the Baptist church unavoidable consequences Thursday September Mb ttiere will be rains without cooling a parching a burn- Â¬ of course the men of the given a supper in the city hall A good ing atmosphere will strongest type succumb Such a crowd and pleasant time Is expected temperature could give cards and spades Ice cream will be ordered from Louis- Â¬ to any disease in the game of death I ville for tho occasion had rather havo most any fever thau A three weeks series ot meetings con Â¬ that of the Santiago plateaus ducted by J M McFarland of Louis- Â¬ We have most of us read Ian Maclar Ferrell of Haweavllle in ens beautiful Scotch stories Beside the ville and Baptist church closed Wednesday Bonnie Brier Bush and Days of Auld tho night baptizing Thursday morning Lang Syne and fully enjoyed tho minis Â¬ Seven were added to the church by ters rare style He is wqrklng hard at experience and Baptism one by letter his book of stories of self sacrifice which several reclaimed and the entire church will appear in the early autumn and will revived we feel a great good has been probably be called Afterward IIh done both in and out of the church has finished his Life of the Master If both saint and sinner Such a there is one thing we all neod above with series of sermons we dont think were another to fully study it is seK iac lfiee ever listened to for depth grandeur and feeling as through them allcould be felt of the strain of Godliness and simplicity by our master as beine heralded to us this good man of God The lecture on Monday night of Ust week also by Iko McFarfaad was something to be appreci pest to take niter dinners ated subject Hi Love Story and Lx prevent distress aid diges perieace showing that mirth and God tion our oomtlpatlou in hand and bo one fur sir 1Ibs go handhow to UbU i da Dot rrlpe than this or kowsWter drnflU M Mass etui la Sold by all A Co Lowsil eutts oar Irish brottwr la Christ VtffMid only by U L i Edllon tad Prsprlstrs SIX PAGES Â¬ eral dsys assisting our agent in his new rolw as depot agent Mini Myra Hanks visited her parents at Stuphensport Sunday J C Knrtz is having his eyes treated in Louisville by a specialist It is belloved that one of our extras hits switched off on the I 0 Balllnger McKinney and Earl Payne are visiting in Davieos county Entertainments are more friqucnt and elaborate this season than usual We extend to the Mesirs Lyddan the tbauks to the town for many nlco water Â¬ Is tvhat x great many men and women melons are looking fort help against approaching 0 II Claycomh has temporary charge baldness help against whitening locks help to restore the lost gloss to the hairt of tho depot hero apd is rendering t ffi dent service help against fading tresses help forth AYEkS scalp attacked by dandruff Mrs Win Hall and dauglit r MIm It Lzzle returned from the Tar Springs such help HAIR VIGOR offers Jutt to its original last Friday restores gray or faded hair color givAit length thickness and gloss MIssNorrio Kurtz ono of our most and removes dandruff popular young ladies enters school at Mr hair was rough and broken and begran Ptiwou Valley next Monday to fall out The use ot but one bottle of AVERS Miss Molllo and Sam Adkisson went HAIR VIOOR both checked the falling- out and rendered my hair smooth glossy and In splen Â¬ to Cloverport Sunday to see their brothIt la the finest of dressings did condition er Dr S B Adkisson who is reported Miss ALL THE NEWS Prom The Hustling City of Lew isport What Is Going on In Hancocks Metropolis Lively 63XigaxSig3xfiSi0ftftB Jre for the JTair - SCHOOL BOOKS it i F Lelhovilrwent to Rockpoit Friday WP 1 Bush of ljnlsvllle was in tho city Saturday A crowd of 72 wpnt to Grandvlow Ind Sunday to camp meeting Col Â¬ MRS Â¬ F L SMITH Sliver Creek Some year airo my hatr began to fall out and I beÂ¬ came qui to bald Br advice I tried isUal Â¬ fm Jfrar Viaor and very soon my hair ceased to fall out andanew and vigorous growth made Its appearance My hair is now auundantandl glossy THOS DUNN Rockville Wis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In the church by Where do we find It the loltiest members 7 In the world by those who make no professions of Chris Â¬ When we read Ian Maclarens tianity new hook he in his original rich full pathetic vein may give us a now insight into the simpler clearer way of beginning It is a pity some people are unablo to discriminate between news and mere slander between facts and falsehoods No one objects to having facta repeated but usually the individuals that make a business of detailing nows ignore facts rind deal in falsehoods and slanderous accusations We wonder at the bound Â¬ less mendacity of some bipeds and won Â¬ der too why they were not quadrupeds so they could be more summarily dealt with but there is only one plane to meet such bipeds upon and that is one of supreme contempt and to utterly ignore all accusations A man or a woman who is of high character of accomplishments professionally and personally by intelli Â¬ gence and experience by sympathy and knowledge aud who has made and held an established position in the world need never fear the arrows of an insatiate archer Â¬ GLENDEANE Stanley Mattingly was on the sick list last week Dr Dempster has opened a drug store in Gleudeane Mr Jesse L Owen went to Hardins- Â¬ burg today Tuesday Ernest McDonald of Henderson is at Â¬ tending school here Miss Eva Hensley of Hardinsburg is visiting Miss Ella Robertson Paul Dempster has gono to George- Â¬ town where he enters college Conductor Tilfords bright little daugh tor Flora Is attending Utopia Dogs killed soino valuable sheep for I C Moorman last week Mrs Heysor and little daughter Ray of Cloverport are visiting relatives here Mrs R G Robertson and daughter Miss GeorgU are visiting at Leitchfield Miss Bessie Moorman and Miss Nan- Â¬ nie Fisher are visiting at Millwood and Elizabethtown W C Moorman tells me that his fertilizer sales this fall are already the biggest he ever made Miss Charlotte Herndon returned to Irvington Friday alter a pleasant visit to MirB Bessie Moorman who has a four Robert Moorman years appointment to the Statu College left for Lexington Saturday School opened Monday with J II Pile and Mies Irene Board and Miss Mary Moorman In the teachers chairs Miss Lulu Vessels in returning from stopped a day Beavor Dim and Ilnrtfo or two at the Mattingly House last week Tho Hon J P Haswell attended court here Friday John has a great many friends here aud u certain fair one is wondering if it rill be long till he comes again With Crabbe and Logan in the college work Hancock in the High School and Coke Harmon PateGilliland and others in the public schools all rl Breckenridge ought to be moved till shes an educa Â¬ tional light A greatly exaggerated repott was circulated last week which said that MIsh Carrie Owen was badly hurt by a run Â¬ away horse There was no runaway She was slightly hurt in getting over a fence but was able Sunday to meet her rlasi at Sunday school Our old friend tch Carwitv was in town Saturday walking with two canes hecausit of getting a leg ratwlit and mashed in hauling lumber aMout two weeks ago Zicih DemncrHcy is as strong as Jacksons anil as long as life Among other things he saldTlie News is too good a paper to do ithout Widely scattered Is Utopias advanced class of last year Henry Moorman tin soldier boy Is in Porto Rico Robert Sags of Glendean is taking Moorman the civil engineering course at Lexing Â¬ ton Paul Dempster verybodys fav Â¬ orite is pursuing his studies at George- Â¬ town Miss Ella Robertson a most faith ful student is teaching not far from hei home Miss Monna Hunter much miss ed is teacher of a well paying school near Buras Styles Howard scholar sage poet fiddler successful teacher etc Is teaching at Rock Vain Miss Marv Moorman universally liked as teacher last spring is teaching ttie The others are primary department here and will be students again this year 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have the best town site between West Point aud Henderson aud more available territory thau most towns have The recent ico cream supper at June Hern Ions had n large representation from here and the whole affair was high Â¬ ly gratifying from every standpoint We congratulate R M Jolly on being so fortunate as to secure the services o C H Adkisson in his business enterprise at Irvington Mr Adkisson is a most excellent salesman Cards aro out announcing the marriage of Clinton Ciutcher to Miss Ella Kurtz ono of our most popular young ladits at the church here this eve Wednesday at 8 p m All friends are invited Joe Drane of Hudson was here last week prospecting for a business location Mr Drane has the reputation of being a nice gentleman and good business man and should he decide to locate with us he and his estimable family will be received by this community with open arms Aaron Nortons annual colt show which is the next thing to a county fair for this community camo oil Saturday A nice ring of colts were exhibited and the following men were awarded premiums Alien Pointer fattest colt 10 Doc Norton best mare colt 5 Frank Hardesty best horse colt 5 Aaron Noiton best saddle colt 5 The bark launched upon the tempestuous sea of matrimony here this evening Is but a beginning Many others of this community will follow in its wake ere ihu approach of the swallows announce the advent of another summer The sparking has mostly been done the old folks are willing and the bountiful crops give assurance of plenty of hog and Well who wouldnt hominy The mere mention of the fact that Misses Julia and Maggie Greenwood will entertain calls forth ttie one expression from all it will be an elegant affair But on last Friday night with an assem- Â¬ blage of the most beautiful girls of the whole country there aud an equal num cer of passable gentlemen they with the assistance of Miss Maggie Carter per- Â¬ haps surpassed all their former attempts Such occasions are at entertaining oases in the great desert of life Â¬ Â¬ The Lewisport ilouring mill is making quite a success under tho nov managers Mr R B Irentis will leave this week for Newark Ohio where ho has u posi Â¬ tion Judgn Hopwood M M Morton and Oscar Howe attended the races at Can Â¬ ton Monday Mrs Jennie Filz who has been spend ing tho summer with her sister Mrs A Greathouse returned to Louisville Mon Â¬ day Mr B II Pondoxtur tho cashier of bank has moved to his farm about 1 mile Irom town He will irect a beauti Â¬ ful home on his farm Mrs 11 Smith PattTsou aud son Horace and Mif s Bessie Patterson spent Sunday lu Hawesville the guest of Mr and Mrs G S Patterson Mr and Mrs J A Greathouse enter Â¬ tained the band boyB Monday night Aug 29th at their home witli melons grapes auda grand all around feast Dr J T Milner of Patesvillp was down to the Fair Doctor has a host of friends in Lewisport and vicinity who wish him success at his new location The Lewlsport school opened Monday with a good attendance Prof 0 E Robinson Prin Miss Madge Blanford first assistant and Mha Grace Hicks second asst 10 or 12 Lewlsport people went to Owensboro to the Industrial Fair and parade They report that Lowifpoits lair was far better and in tuu parade there was no comparison Mr L T Heeselton our hustling blacksmith has introduced a new ma Â¬ chine in our community It is a corn cutter and binder combined He has sold two and they are proving n grand Â¬ Â¬ Childrens School Shoes Reduced Prices at success Mr and Mrs Lowry Smith enter- Â¬ tained Wednesday night at their coun- Â¬ try homo with a nice fruit supper in honor of their visitors Misses Kate Jackson and Sallle Sterett of Hawes- Â¬ ville VESTS SCHOOL AS OTHERS SEE US Resolutions Adopted by Lewlsport Business Men Â¬ 1 Â¬ aud ordered spread upon the records of the Association litsolvd That a vote of thanks be ex Â¬ tended the Breckenuwoe News for its magnificent front page write up of the Lewisport Fair without money and with out price Bhowing that tie News is no confined solely to Cloverport but is broad minded enough to want this whole Burton Roberts section to prosper for mutual good In order to make the event more ex- Â¬ Da J T Mahtin President citing these contracting parties decided J 0 PkllSecretary to seek Cannelton as the place to be united Mr Rosco Burton and Miss Mayme Cosby Young Dead Flora Roberts of Askins were registered The sad intelligence came to this city at the Napper house Monday There Monday evening of the death of Miss attendants Mere Mr Mike Cook and Mayiun G sby Young of Evansville Miss Tava Burton They left that after Miss Young was a Bister to Mrs Charles noon for Cannelton where they were B Skillmau of this city She had visit Â¬ made man aud wife They aro promined tills city and her friends were legion ent young people of Askln neighbor- Â¬ hood One Minute Cough Cure cures jections There was not any parentlal ob- Â¬ That Is what It was Â¬ Â¬ At a regular meeting of the Bus ees Association of Lewlsport Ky Monday September Ctti 1897 ttie follow- Â¬ ing resolution was adopted unanimously Mens Tho Business Mens Association ap- Â¬ pointed a committee to see to the open Â¬ ing tip somo new roads into our town One of the proposed routes is one to make the people near Hiudale school house 3 to IIJ miles closer to our town There ts 1050 yards of good ditch already dug People who are not thoroughly acquainted with tho hustling qualities of Lewisport people do not really believe what tho papers say in revard to the Lewisport fair and parade but all wo ask is for these people to como next year and we can show them better than we can tell them The Lewlsport Band borrowed the Troy baud wagon for the parade as they wanted to sell it They said they would like 2500 for It As this was a grand bargain for the cost originally was 175 our boys mentioned it to some of our hustling business men and in lets than 21 hours there was more than enough subscribed to pay for it Now our hand boys are owners of one of the bi st band wogonB in Western Ky Â¬ SUPPLIES iseSGx MITCH MEYER TH1C GENERAL MERCHANT AT CUSTER Is breaking his own record of Low Prices He has al Â¬ ways given his customers the benefit of money Baving bar- Â¬ gains but this month he outclasses himself Everything in his store has been marked to bed rock He has in- Â¬ augurated a made for PROFIT SHARING PLAN BUSINESS OF DOING 999909v9v09vvQ To know more about it call at MITCH MEYERS STORE CUSTER KENTUCKY 9 Irvington College E O Orabbe and wife will open their School at Irving- Â¬ ton on the Â¬ A the term FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER Pupils will bo charged from tho time they cuter until tho end of Tho school year will consist of two terms Tuition is due There will be nodeduction for any timo lost Full Corps in advance of Competent Teachers Tuition in the Literary Departments -- as follows Via IvP Hurrah I Battle Ax has come priva- Â¬ Collegiato School School Normal School Intermediate School Primary School Incidental Fee BusineBH - - 2000 per pupil per torm 2000 2000 1500 1000 100 Ercrybody who the newspapers knows what tion and suffering were caused in Cuba by the failure of the supply of tobacco provided by the Government to reach the camps of the U S Soldiers reacts WEBSTER Wedding bells M Lyddan and son are filling their new silo Ttie sorghum crop is the finest for years Rv Hederick lectured here Monday night IIiq relief from the hot snell came Sunday Fred Moorman of Owensboro is here on a visit Born to the wife of Win Allen Aug 31 a tea lb boy Clarence Board has bea here for sev RattieAKfc PLUG When marching fighting tramping wheeling instantly relieves that dry taste in the mouth Music Art and Elocution willjje charged extra Special terms to toachers desiring to better qualify themselves for their professions Any variance from tho aboye terms must bo in writing and signed by tho Principal For further information address 33 Lock Box 0 O- - Irvington Breckenridge CouBty JCy CBiiBBB IN- Â¬ Â¬ H Dili i s Â¬ WHY DONT YOU VEST A ihw Pills I Remember buy again you the name IN FINE POULTRY I We bred on seieaUfto principle th following Black Mlnorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Rooki Whit Wyandottea W 0 W Polish Light BrafemM Your moneys worth or no sale Write for etikgu Fr KENTUCKY SOGK POULTRY FAKM Brdwjbwf Ky FEW DOLLARS imtfnntf-lTiii iMttit i TB1 eRjaOKBtNmiDeH Breckenridge WEDNESDAY SEPT SOME PACTS NKW8 GLOYHRPORT KIT ts ttelnsr IVrarly Dead A FLOUR THAT TASTliS OF TUB WJIKVT Peoplo who cam for flavor and wholesomonesB as well as lliu looks of their bread will nppreciato this brand News 7 1808 HISTORIC TIIH RAZOR BACK UOQ Is the Coming Dacon Hog So Au JEWELS at Her Coronation tliorltlea Say It may seem the razor is assuming considerable prominence in soveral sections botli North and South It is being boomed an the coming bacou hog and there are many who believe that a perfect baron hog will Iw found in n cross of tho razor back and the berkshiro or Tamworth of more civilized antecedents SCROFULA nrgo IIch V IJIccr KhIoh Away vrltH tMn loathsome IMbchkc DIGKS BEST Regarding the Kentucky SUto Poultry Association Strange as Queen Wilhelmina Wore Them back hog In the past few years there has been A Robbery That Formed a Tale of Two eat Improvement in the poultry Indus Continents fin the state Some sections doing ray almost entirely with scrub stock On last Wednesday August 31 Wil Â¬ id are now breeding only pure breeds There has been a great chango in tho To more successfully carry on this work helmina tho girl queen of llollnud delnaiidfor bacon Formerly consumers Improvement about threo years ago ascended the throne Tho coronation exercises were con Â¬ wero satisfied with oueelrtakof lean to le breeders from different sections of the ate mot In Louisville and organized ducted with great pomp and ceremony two of fat In their bacou but now they As the sweet young sovereign wore want it regularly striped with lean and he Kentucky State 1oultry Association fblch was incorporated under The state t e crown jowels of the Netherlands lat and the moro lean tho better This MRVHNSflOfltMS aws exempting tho members of the upon tho occasion it will not be amiss new fashion is an imported one and Pootiaotj N Y Dec 2 ICT issoclation from any liability of tho hero to relate a romantic story connected comes from those who have learned how delicious Danish and Irish bacon Is Dr M M Fknher Fredonla N Y lebts of the association and prohibiting with them Dear Sir I had been sick many year On Septomber 29 1829 King William American feeders have this problem be- Â¬ When you he ofDcers and members from deriving flrit saw me In 1800 1 was near th II of Holland left tho palace at Brussels fore them and until they solvo it they grave my pecuniary boueflts from the assocla My throat was deeply ulcerated One ere lon so that any set of officers or mem with his court for the Chateau de Laeken must be content to take tho lowest prlco ihihKPtCil eaten off Large ulcers on Mrs could not operate the affairs of the leaving the crown jewels at Brussels in tortnelr bacon Ir SSl1 SW eodlngljr offensive and I n 1esh lo tt mero slcelleton The razor back makes good bacon WAiirSduFe1 and medicine had rolled One association tor the benefit of their per the care ot a few attendants Gentries f 0I were placed round tho palace but at tho when well fed and given unlimited op JSSrMusoSJrourI1d and ver Itemed wnal interests tniSLV T1 Prodded a complete euro began at once The membership is not confined to most open place thnro was no sentry portunities to roam at large Tho Berk Â¬ Fredonla N Y Juno 16 1894 the poultry breeders and any person of and here a thief mado Ills entrance and shire is the most active of tho popular It has now been about 23 years since I was good character taking anjntorest in the was able to steal all tho jewels For a breeds and a cross of these two promises cured and there has been no roturn of ths disease Yours truly Mrs Avna An BATTLE development of the poultry industry can long time a very iiigli personage at court to make great improvement in tho ba was suspected and for many inontbs he con produced It la predicted that tho OHARLES O MARTIN become a member the membership mm was followed by detectives while the razor back cross will infuse vigor and a being one dollar each ytai Prescription Pharmacist tt The executive committee is to dia- - government offered a reward 00000 tendency to produce muscles instead of N door alovo layre Coi Clovcrpoit inume over me state as to give all sec Â¬ gulden for the discovery of the thief fat and our Southern brothern on the A Flour That Cannot Ho Excelled tions a fair representation the annual Almost two years later on July 28 farm are working at the problem 1831 certain Jean Itoumago appeared of producing a bacou breed with ihows to be held in Louisville 80lcCted Wheat anontain8 all tho gluten there is in tho gram SuilbreM from dyspepsia will find this flour a sure panacea These two brands The third annual show will bo held before the Dutch ambassador at Wash Â¬ considerable enthusiasm The Northare made hv the ington and told him that ho had found ern breoder watches this work conipla- January 1621 1809 and promises to be BEST the thief in the person of an ltaliau wcmiy Knowing wiai no possible cross ft great success each year showing mark- MILL IN COUNTY U improvements and growing interest named Palari who was staying with his could make a more compromising ani- Â¬ A IIUIUllLlll lIMIIIIIIIIIII uw mncinnory installed now b J lover a lady of Brussels in a Ereucli inn mal so far as appearance go than the Milled canacitv increased to fid ith the public i cleans and grades the wheat m Tho association was not organized in in New York The American nolle nt pure razor back that glides through the Figures Which Throw Light on Mnmi i i catered to nni ll0ltod Whle81lle ado invited to buy our purV flour and tius pleasVcuZners he interest of any set of breeders but the instigation of the Dutch ambassador forest of the South with a nose so long the Czars Manifesto M de Huyglns seized the guilty pair that it seems balanced on its fore legs for the general advancement of the poultry interests and for the commercial but only fount half the jewels on them and an anatomy so thin that the old ADDON- out me oiners were later discovered to story of tying a knot in his tail to keep Why he Is so Anxious to Obtain advancement of the state Universal Peace The annual premium list will be issued be burled in the ground in tho church him from crawling through the fences In November Membership fee on ap- Â¬ yard at Greenwood npar New Your does not seem entirely ridiculous Far Â¬ plication for premium list should be sent The Frenchman M ltoumage who had mers Voice The manifesto of the Czar urging a period of the new moon dryness prevails reported the discovery of the jewels to 5 W J Druien Secy universal peace congress has been on earth Louisville On applying the above rules to the The management of the association is tho Dutch ambassador had his full conreceived in many quarters as an act Beats The Klondike spring and summer of this year it is good hands and should have hearty fidence and he went with tho lady of Mr A C Thomas of Marysvllle Tex supplementary to the policy of humane shown that the full moon occurred on Brussels to recover tho jewels from the Ina found port a more valuable discovery progression long advocated and advanc Â¬ May C Juno 4 and July 3 while the time churchyard Tho lady however per tnan has yet ed by the Alexanders In the light of ben mado in the Klondike some facts Deanty Is lllood Deeji suaded Mm to retain most of the things For years he suffered untold however tho Czars stand of the perigee was May 7 Juno 6 and agoiiy from Clean blood means a clean skin No 3 Thus according to the theory of lauty without it CascareU Candy Cathar- - and only to give up a portion to the consumption accompanied by hemorrh- Â¬ appears to be based simply upon a ques- Â¬ July 8 clean your blood and keen it clean by embassy after which lie fled with her to ages and tion of economics Since Blsmack the Dr Lamprecht the rainfall that occurred was absolutely cured by Dr wing up the lazy liver and driving all im- - Philadelphia and from there set sail for Kings New Discovery for consumption watchdog of the German Empire initiat Â¬ during the above three months shows no fltiei from the body Uegin to day to deviation from the great natural lans Liverpool In Liverpool tho guilty pair coughs and colds oIsh pimples boils blotches blackheads He declares that gold ed his policy of arms and power tre- Â¬ PritTlnrw TlonnviiHAHi aa that sickly bilious complexion by taking were token on their mendous and almost unbelievable sums and is consequently not abnormal New arrival by the police I oi little value in comparison with this 51 CO Per Month ascarets beauty for ten cents All drug York Herald and the jowels which were found on maivelouscuro Intermediate Department gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c would have it even if of money have been expended by the j 7C their persons were at lentil restored to it cost a hundred dollars a European Powers to the Bimple end of Advanocd Department bottle iKHit Tobarro Spit and Smoke lour I ire Auj 20o King William of Holland Tho stolen Asthma TEDDYS WAY Bronchitis and all throat and maintaining tho approximate balance of To quit tofcacco easily unci forever lia mae Academic Department jewels were valued at more than 1000 luug 300 affections aro positively cured by armed power What that sum may in netle full or life nervo and vigor talio Proved Very Astonishing to the 000 gulden tho wonder worlicr Unit nmlinn wrnlt mon Teachors Course the end amount to no one can calculate 3 Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ strong All druggists COo or II Cure guaran State Certificate Quartermaster In now tion Trial bottles freo at Short Hay The figure itM Ednas reached is approx- Â¬ teed tlooldet nnd sample freoNewAddress u0 Eight Tons of dold imated by Thery editor of the Sterling Itcmedy Co CULcago or Yorlt Slate Diploma Chief lies drug store Regular size 50 cents 00 Eight tons of gold valued at 4000 and 100 Guaranteed Economise European who his made a Music Department 50 cents per lesson or 1050 to cure or price Teachers Association per quarter 000 was the magnificent treasure One of the stories told by Rough copious and interesting study of the refunded The Union Star Magisterial District Elders throws a side light on the brought down from Alaska to Seattle last subject He finds that in France Rus- Â¬ Good Board in the best of homes may be had from J200 to 250 per week Association will meet at Mooleyvllle sia bureau methods of the War Department Tuesday on tho steamer Roanoke Near Germany Italy the Pontifical A YANKEE SAINT Personal interest taken in all pupils Ky Saturday Sept 24th 1808 at nine SEND FOU CATALOGUE States England Belgium Holland and at Washington and General Luddington ly all of it was in actual gold bright and Quartermaster in Chief and a slave to yellow while drafts that will be honored Venerable Bishop Neumann to be Declared Switzerland the military expenses in a m PROGRAM 1805 amounted to 614850000 ed tapo habit When Colonel Teddy by any bank represented the balance Germa Â¬ Blessed Opening Rxerclsei ny spent 94 100000 and France in her was Assistant Secretary of the There were nearly 500 passengers and isevelt Oiganliatlon The very Rev Joseph Wissel O S3 frantic efforts to outclacs her threaten Â¬ lrimary reading and ipelling and was organizing his terrible they came from all parts of the Uuitod Mrs Etta Urashear c a he had much occasion to traffic States Mill Dee Ilatham v woo recenuy sailed lor Europe on ing neighbor spent 124 I001000 After Advanced reading Eugene Gllliland JnoJarretl Jr U the medieval Luddington the Rotterdam is the bearer of ope of the awful shock of Sadowa France did Oiicuiilon ulory Byron Cart Clovcrport Kentucky Principal and Hisle iu Obituary want a requisition made for 900 tho most important clerical documents not increase her military expenses much Ulwuiflon I J FJarboe John Gardner Mis Nancy Merritt who has resided that has perhaps ever crossed the ocean and neither did Russia The English Jiiclplli es for my men said the impetuous Mil Maude Urlmley Noon rrc3Bsa5ejp-sws-aiivaOn these documents aud Italians cut down expenses but tho sevelt one day pushing into Lud- - at Addison Ky for somo months died from America JCTucker it tons office The ancient servitor of at h r home in that place Aug 21 188 depends the creation to sainthood in the Germaus spent more millions than ever Phyiiology DIcuiilon MfjiLelaKlncheloe II Ucaid i In 1800 70 the total militarv expenses Arithmetic Intellectual a looked up over his spectacles in She was born Auir 14th 1821 Her ago Catholic church of the first citizen of the w A Matllngly was seventy four years and seven days United States to whom it was ever given of tho nine nations enumerated above DiKUulon prise Lonnie Hall Mill Eva Caihman In every city or town Mis Nellie Goodman We cannot do those things in such Her former home which she loved so tho venerablo Bishop Neumann of Phil reached 521000000 But this was a Eay Trustee relation to the teacher Kdwln V SALARY Of COMMISSION aty manner Mr Secretary beginning merely After the Franco ho said dearly aud whee she had lived so adelphia 0 SS R Kgart John Manning G Cunningham We must advertise for those horses peaceable for several yeais and had so Tho inonibers of the Redemptorist German treaty nil Europe was was filled H L llarrandj II Severs 3 3317W5THST ccording to the law Organization of Heading Circle often expressed her desire to spend her Order to which the BlBtiop belong and with apprehension and armaments were w MicelUneoui But objected Koosevelt these men uyiog Hour under its roof was in the which is known officially as the Congre the rage Bismarcks hate for France untie Tit Guiiraniecil and car Adjouiumen ire enlisting in each of the 45 states and Tucker neighborhood from which she gation of tho Most Holy Redeemor and grew more bitter and in 1875 feeling to S incuts kept In repair The teachers of the district are expect Â¬ h SIOOO in most of the territories They have to moved to Addison to be with her sons the numerous lay friends of the Bishop that lie had the power to win he sought c ed to be on hand with such preparation Order f 1WI Ill yearOP HhirtHumllMuclciutoHheH to force war The Intervention of tho Ki have been contending for years that buy their horses where they enlist It who were omployed at that place ClIAHGi as time and opportunity affords We in 1 Samples nnd self measure blanks sent by mail will take three months and cost a mil- Â¬ Sister Morritt was well known Bishop Neumann was a saint Rome Czar only prevented him from doing so sist upon the attendance of each board oi lion dollars in newspaper bills to pro throughout the county and was a lova- listened to their pleadings and about two In that year the military expenses of trustees Hoping to have a hearty co- Â¬ ble character Her kind hanils worn years ngo officially sanctioned the set Europe were 0534000000 au Increase ceed the way you say operation of patrons and pupils of each ting on foot of an investigation to prove of 124600000 since 1870 Notwithstanding that insisted Lud ever ready to minister to the Buffering of district near Mooleyvllle Who invito dington we must proceed in that form her community She has been a family tho Bishops right to bo placed on the The continued iucrease of armaments one and all to come out to Mooleyvllle calendar ol saints carried the total military expenditure of legal way to do Grain and Fertilizer because that is the doctor for many jears and the Lord on Sept 24th and assist in the days D n your red tape returned Koose- - uted her mightily in relieving many The making of a saint Is a long and Europe up to 705400000 In 1881 In labor for education velt I want those horses now Your Bufferers Iudoed many motherj of this tedious process and bofore the church that year France expended 201200000 Very respectfully 1 lystem here is simply one of obstruction county have vivid memories of her sets about it she must bo pretty well sat Austria in German alliance 02200000 s a btronuer IIoM iimm i Andrkw DmsKKLL 1res isfied by unofficial proof that the candi- Â¬ and England 152000000 listead of expedition To h 11 with it faithful service aud shall over appreci In 1880 the anuersTlianliver he coutmued profanely and give me ate her kind disposition She was loved date for the honor of sainthood has total of Europes anuual military expen- Â¬ ses had reached 844200000 the order for live stock by all who knew her Especially was pretty good claims upon it In the last 12 months of 1897 08 the total mili Do not curse this system sir said she admired for her Christian integrity When this ia sottled tho official General Luddington in horror It is a which was worthy of all admiration investigation begins This consumes at tary expenses of the European nations good system It is a perfect system Wo She early in life was converted and tho very least six years more before have reached the sum of 819200000 have been reducing it to its present state became a member of the Baptist church Bishop Neumann will be declared From 1805 to 1898 tho annual exnendl- foi the last 25 years and it has worked in which sho remained a blessed the first rung of the ladder ture has increased 404400000 The consistent figures mean actual expenditures for tho clock work and would be still work Suceaior of the Unalrtdacd member until July 18th 1897 when she to sainthood The Otto Greut Standard Authority Tho official investigation was set on maintenance and armament of armies in the same way if this cussed war joined the M K church at Tuckers nu niesjion iij jsrewer s not come aloug and mixed thlniw there being no Baptist Justice I H Supreme Court church In her foot in January 1807 by the appoint navies and fortresses They are exclu Â¬ Htnudurcl vicinity bho has althrough life been mentof Father Wissel as postulant of sive of thq cost of strategic railways and or liter Hllovt Printing oincrUin IS Nupreme an advocate of right aud encouraged tho cause with power to examino wit- no calculation Is mado of the loss of in Â¬ llie Mate Hu Iouri It Is Strange liremuCotirUnmtofnear nesses and to collect proofs of Bishops dustrial efforts consequent upon the those who were striving so to live If ull the bcnoolbooka it some peoplo who say they never retention of 3121430 men in the ser- Â¬ She was a devoted mother a hospita Â¬ Neumans sanctity AVarnily d patient medlciue advertisements ble neighbor and Coiuiiiciidetl vice of standing armies Is it a wonder a loving Christian liv Plata Hiinertntenilenla ll be found lugging home evory now Sho was a mother of ten of SlIiuoU CoUeve 1rf i that Alexander seeks to call a halt doing Down Hill children eight riVntaaiMlotlif rLducatora d then a bottle of some favorite reme- - of whom are still living aimoii uiiuoui uuiuuer and are known Peoplo suffering from Kidney Diseases Invaluable f of theirs Wo dont bother you with for their peaceable and quiet disposition feel a gradual but steady loss of In tlie nnuaehold and to t strength thtt tvachrr acliolar pro- nucu resuing out jusi asK you to try a Not long before her death she was priyi frulunal num unil tlf and vitality They should lose no I 10c trial bottle of Dr Caldwell s Syrup lrged to have her oldest son Itiiiewur Georce time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Ajierf men imyes tent on tiiipllrtitlon to Witj7irav-fl---1iixvPepsin for constipation Indigestion and Merrit of New Albany Ind TN5FJotcrivTyiiv For Infants and Children visit her Guaranteed Preparation A It Fisher GCMcrrlUtiCoPubllalierHr iv stomach troubles 50c and 1 Ot sizes At her request the family gathered yiaHH npriiijrliclcl at Oloverport It A 8hellman Stephens The Kind You Have Always Bought At Onus O Martins It distributes Fortilizor tho same timo it fows seed It saves 15 her home where they spent the last of port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E Do not b deceived In CAUTION buvlnir small aivfalfH 11 i i ijur chiii rii mil 11 nan tniA i Bears the inn stn many pleasant days about the home of A Witt Hardinsburg iiubo im ivure won ana cost lor repairs -FRIVOLITY IN SPAIN vDier 11 ctlonarlea All authentic b lighter than Signature of itiiHiKmcuu wi wi iwirr international melton other machines mother When her son took his leave It is warranted to be of good ma llio vailoita aliri Iwur our trade mark on i nrr In tonal and to do the work it iH intended to do nw lul wtc HKUUWHIfl Ilia VU1A Commissioners Deeds Bullfight With Young Women as for tho train on which ho was to return home the ated mother pressed his You can get your choice of the Plain Hoe or Disc Drill EniToit Nkwb While I was acting as CAUSES RAIN Toreros hand and Bald Son come to me in Commissioner of the Circuit Court I was Heaven Shortly afterwards BEST when The rage for public amusements conversing with a young minister she often asked the question that it a persou Novel Moon Theory Advanced By an didnt get a better title to land sold at throughout Spain culminating at Madrid evidenced a Hviug faith in God and a European Scientist the ia a bullfight with youug women acting bright hope of Heaven requesting him courtCourt house door by order of the Fine Ground Bono Fertilizer makes weak soil strong nnd than in any other way Tho gen as toreros brings patriotic lamentations to ever nso his influence for the welfare builds It up so that instoad ot being poor it becomos rich oral impreesion with the publio is that a Meteorologists are puzzling their heads from the press and hlgbor clergy of her children spiritually Her remains and produces generous crops to find out why the rainfall this year is It contains NitroKen The Bishop of Taragoaa has issued a were laiu to rest on her farm near by deed made by the court Is absolutely so heavy and the weather conditions so Ammonia Phosphoric Acid nnd Hone Phos Â¬ pastoral in which he reproaches his flock the homo she loved so dearly Her good and cant be disturbed But such Is not the case phate Doctor your farm with a soil onricher that Much litigation has abnormal The eminent scientist Dr for their many noisy festivities savoring funeral was preached in tho yard of her because of Its large proportion of animal matter is tho grown out of court deeds because of irre- Â¬ Guldo Limprecht of Bautzen Saxony of paganism when the country is In own home by Rev James M Newtou gularity and other defects The Com thinks he has discovered the reason iHoaraiBg for its brave sons As her children and friends weep over mlssionor Is only the agent of the court According to his investigations dryness A Republican paper compares tho her silent form they were comforted by and acts solely by its orders and decrees and humidity have au extraordinary preseatr mood of the people with the tho text selected for tho occasion Weep A Commissioners deed for land is good connection with the movements of the FOR passengers of a foundering vessel who not she is not dead but sleepeth provided all the proceedings leading up moon perceiving that the Captain and crew Luke 8 62 Jamee M Newton From statistics of meteorological ob Â¬ to it have been regular otherwise it may have bees beaten In their struggle fall to the ground See Maderla vs servations made during a long period of The Eagle XiBg of All Birdi against the elemeate break into the years ia Saxony and Prussia Dr Lamp Â¬ Hopkins 12 B M 60J toretooea aed Indulge In the wildest Is noted for iU keen sight clear and dis Â¬ recht has obtained proof that an unusual V G Bauihou May Co tinct vision So are those peisoue who intoxleatioa amount of humidity makes its appear Â¬ use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for OANNELTON IND you sufftir from aoiee bolls phnplaa ance whenever the perigee of the moon If O bill ftJM Hll aUM tM BUJ weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or If yrmr nerves are weak and your ays oecuni closer to the period o few the full or grauUUd lid 8eU by all dealer tw mm dawn y tkamU take Hoods than that of the new moon DR CALDWELLS MfutaN awl that rtSSoeata Mri ooeun closer to Ik wwam MtQUADY XMTU0XY QUNlTEPaaiS SjjIPJggy OUR NAVY RRECKENRIDGE COST OF Â¬ ARMIES FLOUR wio l0UDV8rnnPunuertiiat -- DANIEL DICK Â¬ Miller and Wheat Buyer OLOVERPORT Â¬ - HIGH August SCHOOL I 1898 Opens Monday FALL TERM 29th im TERMS ADDRESS S E HANCOCK j - Â¬ WANTED Agent or Branch Manager 11 tUTS DlT ea voww HUNTER TAii nmiufi nn xwiiiif u T04000 woo W CACSAfnr Â¬ Â¬ The Empire DRILL Websteis International Dictionary 11 CASTOR A - iESvrai ooacauw e 3swissstKms3SsarS n i v ii THE EMPIRE IS THE J HHunsche IT FEEDS THE SOIL The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper KING OF FERTILIZERS EMPIRE DRILLS and Jones Fine Ground Rone Fertilizers with y fc ITORXA vxxs a 5YRUP PEPSIN II J- W- - PATE - j sK THKL Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY BEIT 7 1698 BRRQKRlttRmQEt NRWS OIxOVElRPORr KY SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not LARGEST QN RECORD American Tobacco Companys Advertising Goes lo News GLORIOUS B O S Neglect lite itlncys and Bladder ARE NOT ENEMIES The Feeling Agalmt the Ralread Out la Dying papers 0 ki The old feeling Hint any thing you can get out of a railroad company la bo much gain la dying out and peoplo aro learn Â¬ ing that the railroads are the best frlonda any community can have In years gone by It has been the custom to bring suit against tho railroad company on every occasion where a Bult would stand no matter how trivial tho amount Involved and It Is an old saying that no jury ever returned a verdict In favor of the com- Â¬ It la hard to convince the pany average jury that there is any merit In any defense a corporation may present and becauso of this well known and well grounded feeling it has been the policy of the railroads to compromise every action possible It is not our purposo to take up the cause of the railroads as against the peoÂ¬ ple only so far as justice and mutual in Â¬ terest goes but the News believes that the change of sentiment which is rapidly coming giving the railroads the same consideration and the same chance that is accorded private individuals will be beneficial to the people and to the coun- Â¬ try as well as to the corporation No community can thrive without railroad facilities and the greater these facilities the better the opportunities for thrift Every town may be benefited by cultivating the acquaintance of the railroad people and getting them inter- Â¬ ested in the local progress Tills Is not a difficult matter for the railroad men know that whatever goes to build up the towns on their llaeshelps their company also and in nearly every instance are ready and willing to do more than their share in co operation with the people Thoy should be known personally by the business men of tho different towns for a personal acquaintance has much to do with fostering good feeling The ambition of the towns in the way of public improvements should be made known to them and in nine cases out of ten the railroads will aid and encourage tho people Ih short the railroads and the com- Â¬ munities should get closer together and work for mutual good rather than along the old lines of antagonism Braudon Miss News llaalenbeek Adv Agency PuU This Publication In the List The American Tobacco Co believes in advertising The American Tobacco Co belloves in newspaper advertising The American Tobacco Co is a vast commercial concern and Its recent ap- Â¬ propriation of 760000 to bo spent in newspapers in tbo advertising of one of Battle Ax Plug Tobacco its brands Is worthy of more than passing com- Â¬ ment To expend this amount of money Judi- Â¬ ciously is a problem This will be obvi- Â¬ ous to any advortiser Its solution Is therefore Instructive to every merchant and producer who has need of publicity for his business welfare This then was the determination finally reached The detail necessary to the handling of this volume of business demanded tbe experience and equipment of an Advertising Agency of the first class Disorder of these important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain In the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gotsa hold upou your kidueyB and bladder before you realizo that anything serious Is the matter Often these grgnns pro neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awalta its Many miraculous cures havo victim been wrought by a course of treatraont with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean and the iormula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ lets as yem would candy 8end for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 OUT OF JOINT JARVEST Wliat Has Been Reaped In the Hundred Days War II A Beautiful SowiiiaocooM W RY and the No Trains leave Louisville aa follows O B Hat Hs Shewn The True Awerlca flrealnete of rct Present Eg l Be For n little more than a hundred days the United States has bpen at war with Spain and the results may bo briefly summed up as follows 1 The lingering animosities of tbe civil war have been blotted out and Alabama and New Hampshire havo clasped bands over Dewey and Hobson 2 The Revolution of 1770 the war of 1812 and the eccentricities of the En- Â¬ glish in 1802 aro forgotten and Great Britain and America are friends Great- Â¬ er Britain is united and will civilze the world 3 Americans have fought this fight and won and the best blood in the the United States fighting in the ranks has vendlcated its ability to maintain the Government of the people against any attack eithor from within or without 4 The yictories won by our arms will compel respect for our Government and people in the future from all foreign powers and will operate as an insurance policy ugainst future wars 6 It has been proved that religious differences do not and cannot divide Americans In time of war Catholic and Prolfestant are equally loyal 0 An unbroken series of victories has insured the Independence of Cuba and given to us Porto Rico thoLadrones and the Philippines All of these we shall keep and Porto Rico alone will in a few years return to us a profit equal to the entire cost of the war 7 A navy worthy of a great nation and an army large enough to protect our border interests are both certainties of the near future The voyage of the Oregon alone is sufficient to Insure the completion of the Nicaiagua when the Gulf of Mexico will become a highway in the worlds com merce instead 61 an unimportant term- Â¬ inus and the Mississippi valley will then be a front lot in the avenue Â¬ FREES for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Flat Iron Drand To induce you to try this brand of starch so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of Â¬ Ar Cincinnati 645am 11 sam 64fn1 Ar Columbut 1115am 355pm 11 05pm Ar Pittsburg 815pm ysjam Ar Washington 650am Ii toain Ar rialiimore I Sopm 750am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm Ar New York It aonn S5JP Ar notion 3 oopm 905pm Nraln No Pullman Ttllf Varln Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Bitntt and dining cart Cinclntietl to Waihington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No iS has elegant Pullman Paror Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cart Cincinnati to New York without change TralnNotshattlaepersto Cincinnati open at 9 o clock to receive passengers Iv IouillU S W ltAlLWAY Cindnnatl St Louis and the West t No to No 16 a 33am 8 tjam is lklllnnl GAME PLAQUES St Unit Springfield aid the West ArSt Loult Ar Springfield North Vr Louitvilla An Old Proverb that lias Been Re- Â¬ versed From times immemorial tho idea has been cultivated that old men for counsel and young men for war Is tho proper arrangoment for human activity What- Â¬ ever may have been past experience tho recent war with Spain leaves tho vener- Â¬ able maxim in a topsy turvy condition Men on the far side of the prime of life havo directed the battles as woll as formed the plans and with roinarkable Biiccess Perhaps sorao like Shatter at Santiago were a little impetuous but that merely strengthens the case against the proverb Most of the leaders are nearing tho age of retirement Dewey is 01 and entered the Naval Academy forty four years ago Gen Joseph Wheeler on the 10th of next month will reach the age of 02 At Santiago he was sick but refused to go to tho rear A younger man might not have been ill but his advice would not have had the same value and if sick he would not have known how to husband his impaired strength Shatter also was indisposed but managed to pull through Lawton and Merritt are veterans Gen Miles commanding tho army is past 50 Sampson is 58 and Schley 59 Fitzhugh Lee the senior of this list will be 03 in November On the Spanish side Admiral Cervera a gray haired veteran is decidedly the hero He showed heroic stuff by his manly treatment of Hobson But Hobson is a young man it is interposed So he is and as gallant a one as ever lived But the noble self sacrifice of his deed is what entitles it to universal honor Old men at least men near tbe 00 mark are the safe warriors if any lesson touching this point is to be ex- Â¬ tracted from the conflict of 1898 Globe Democrat More than twenty million free samples of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want 7 It cures piles burns scalds sores in tho shortest space of time Short A Haynes SUNDAY VICTORIES exact reproductions of the iooooorlglnao by Muvllle which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 Inches in circumference are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever and will ornament the moat 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 stand out natural as life Each PJaque ia bordered with a band of gold dally Charlettown accommodation leaves at 5 to p m except Sunday Trains Not 16 to and 14 havtelegastdaycoachet Pullman parlor and ilecplng cart to St Louis From Eatt 7 15 am U15 noon 640 p m m 3 to a m From Wett 7 if a m it ij p m 6 40 p n City Ticket office toutheatt corner Fourth and Main ttreett Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining can etc addrett HSBHDWN District Pats A Ticket Agent H O S W Ry 4th and Molnr Louisville Ky M CIIESSI1ROUCH or J General Paitenger Agent ClncinnatL Ohio 7 nam 8 40pm 9 33am Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 11 a m 11 f No so a 35am No 16 640pm 8 131m -- No 44 Stopm 3000 TKAINS AltrtlVE it as a ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for 35 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 Got Thim O Oeneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio n WAnKKL Aislttant All purchasers of three 10 cent or six Scent packages of Elastic Starch ceive from their grocer one of tbrso beautiful Oame Plaques free Tho plaques will not be sent by mail They can bo obtained only from your June 23 18D8 It Hiti the Spot When eulFiirinp from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sore take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar a when the so re Iness will be at once releaved la warm great ful feeling and iiealiug of the parts af- Â¬ fected will bo experienced and you will say It feels so good It hita the spot It is quarantee A It Fisher Clover port Gordon Haynes Fatesville R A Shollman Stephensport EA Witt Hardinsburg II TAR SPRINGS Born to the wife of Albert Grum a fine boy J W Davidson and wife of Evans ville are at the Tar Springs Willio Hall who has been at the Tar Springs has returned home Mrs Nella Hawkins of Balltown who has typhoid fever is better Mr and Mrs Tonison have engaged rooms for a month at Tar Springs Nice rooms at the Springs now only 1 per week board only 1 per week There was the largest crowd at the Tar Springs last Sunday that has been for some time Miss Nettle Seaton daughter of Owen Senton has a nervo trouble and is in a strange condition Mrs Win Hall daughter Lizzie and baby Prout who have been at the Tar Springs for two weeks have roturned home The Willett brothers with their splen Â¬ did band of music visited Tar Springs last Wednesday remained until Thursday evening James Sklllman and Miss Irene Clay of Henderson visited Tar Springs Wed nesday night and engaged In several de- Â¬ lightful waltzes Â¬ Â¬ Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ ed that DeWitts Little Early Itlsers are reliable little pills for regulating tbe WORLDS HARVEST bowels curing constipation and sick headache They dont gripe Short Shortage of Corn Predicted by Hungarian Haynes The old saying The better the day the better the deed seeuiB to find sub- Â¬ stantial support in our war with Spain sLLWaEAk Deweys great victory at Manilla was fought on Sunday May 1 Schley discovered Cerveras Bhip hidden in the harbor of Santiago on Sunday May 29 Cerveras fleet was smashed by Schley A GUARANTEED CURB on Sunday July3 the Spanish flagon Free Pills Morro Castle Santiago was hauled down Fort Send your address to II E Bucklen on Sunday July 17 and tho first battle Opium Morphine and Cocaine A Co Chicago and got a free sample box between our land forces and the Span Â¬ of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial iards at Manilla began on the night of Habits and Drunkenness will convince you of their merits These Sunday July 31 ending in a victory for ior full particulars address pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ the American troopa ly effective in the cure of Constipation STEVE P HOLCOMBE and Sick Headache For Malaria and No 128 Jeffdrson St Louistillo Ky Liver troubles they have been proved All Correspondence Strictly Confidential They are guaranteed to bo invaluable perfectly free from every deleterious sub- Â¬ -Astance and to bo purely vegetable They Safety Comfort do not weaken by their action but by JJmE TEWTH3 Of giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ all the pain ly invigorate the system Regular size Louisville andslcknesafrom 25c per box Sold by Short A Haynes which women Druggists suffer Is caused Â¬ The G H Haulenbeek Advertising Agency of New York City was therefore selected and estimates were prepared to cover the entire country for such medi- Â¬ ums as were thought to be desirable to bring uulck and sure returns In this connection it is certainly par- Â¬ donable for the Brkckknridob News to call attention to the fact that the News was Included in the list There is a point to bo made just here and it is that if the foreign advertiser having practically unlimited means and exercising a judgment born of years of experience decides upon a given medium it is because of the excellence of that particular medium for the field that it covers Local advertisers will do well to reflect on this point It is pregnant with mean Â¬ ing to every one of them The mode of presentation was the question to be settled after the means of presentation had been decided and here again the smaller merchant will find a tip There was no nibbling at the proposi tlon With broad gunge business views backed with splendid business courage the first copy called for an entire page This served to rivet attention and the contract thon requires that the lesson shall be driyen home every other day by convincing arguments occupying sixteen inches of space splendidly illus- Â¬ trated and displayed In conception and execution this busi Â¬ ness is unique The American Tobacco Co has taken the dull season which was made duller by tne umiu woo reared the war as a factor in business and it has given a colossal order as an indication that if times are dull the thing to do is to make them brighter and the right way to make them brighter is through judicious advertising Newspaper advertising Is the best way to make good times If you have anything really good to offer and the way to use newspaper advertising is with generous space and proper display If It was P T Barnurn who said you only have 10 capital to begin your business and want to make money be sure to spend 5 in advertising in the newspapers A feature of this stupendous order has been the perfection of its manipula- Â¬ tion due to the arrangements made by the G II Haulenbeek Agency Â¬ Flat Iron Brand are entitled to reÂ¬ Henderson Route LotiiTill Henderson St Lonii srocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This oiler Js for a abort tlmo only Ej No Co Ttwe Card la Effect Juae 20 97 Eatt Bound No 4t No 44 46 IIS f iV liU MM SHOULD WTEBESI HBHRI WlTHOUfPATES III M 01 9 e Because it is placed here by the NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price swsfi4siB TPFTH Lv St Loult Kvantville Henderson Spotttrille Owentboro liawetville Cioverport Stephensport Irvington Brandenburg Arr Louitvilla Wett Bound Lv Louitville Brandenburg Iryington Stephensport Cloverpoit 865pm 650am 2 20pm 245am 7115 310 Z4U 738 37 323 3 41 818 400 4 40 917 450 9 45 603 610 10 07 622 525 1045 6 67 603 1112 624 617 1235pm 745 730 756am No 8 61 4I No 4 43 No 45 7S0am 915 961 1011 1035 1135 50pm 609 720 739 804 6 43 We extract teeth ribkc n goou set Teeth filled with Teeth filled with Teeth filled with 25 cents without pain uruuciai iccia tor gold and platinum alloy amalgam pure told Jw 75 50 frSsfiniBf y 100 and up BfljJBBKaii mAMKMkIK Owentboro Spotttville Henderson Evansville ArrSL Louis liawetville 1021 1036 982 952 8 23pm 1217pm 9 47 12 40 1010 10 40 115 732 9f5 1058 1148 12 23am 1245 115 720 of the century is the home Graphopbone 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 Graphopbone 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 Columbia Phonograph Co No 919 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Marvels of a Graphopbone One of the wonders of the end A guarantee given with every filling We have been established In Louisville for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men in tbe city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth 542 Make no mistake but get la tho right place 042 Our system of making gold crown enn unugc woric or teetn wunout plates is tne Den known to the profession Peoplefrotn abroad can come in the mornlngandw ear their new teethhome same day ir a St Louisville Ky All trains run through Solid to ETantvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman tleepera on all tralnt between St Louis Evaniville and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordiville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MOUDUE A O P A Louisville Ky riamuin m ii in w L mm H iwi n St L diSgw W a2PCnOAY ihiimiimhiiiwi fciaaiwiiaawaMajajaBsaaj RATEQ n moit Lentr llu loeataa uoteilntrwclta TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsvllle Branch TAKING EFFECT MAY WettBound Trains 30 1887 East Bound Train Dally I Daily ex Sun exSur DT J Sun No8 One Minute Cough Cure That le what It was made for cures i WgWmWm isra 2tr S W vyj BJ3SilouisviLLEKy rt nS - 11 40 1147 11 65 12 10pm 1225 1285 Daily ex Sun STATIONS No 1 1050am Lv Irvington Ar 11 25 Garfield No 2 No 9oflam 8 00 T 42 1265 1 05 Jbiav SBfBJSk jaHBILdH The Better the Day the Better the Deed win am moilliw W S MILLER mm II Jr Mgr I Bala IBSr JIP1 dlisiaPr ii IjMigflJ RA Mtf Ilockvale 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Instantly reproducs records of the voice or any sound Mima it constantly awasens new interest ana its charm Is ever fresh The reproductions are Dally Dally 4c0pm 7 30am QUI 637 6 40 I 818 8 21 IvUnn P Print It j or LL WOMEN Dera Krat every Kepublican every man woman child who can read will want to read It SowilltheDllECKENHinrjR Newe aid Evaris THETWICK AWEKKCOURIKUJOURNAI It a Democratic paper of six orelht pacts loued Wednesday and Saturday of each week The 6 48 563 600 609 618 626 933 651 669 707 712 720 724 727 739 7 43 823 836 869 907 915 923 9 31 8 42 8 51 Kentucky St 14 M West Point 1160am Howard 1145 86t Willowdale 1136 645 Itock Haven 1128 640 Long Branch 1121 634 Brandenburg 11 IS 626 Gutton Irvington Webtter Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addlsoq Holt Cioverport Kkron 1108 1063 1045 1037 1028 10 20 1015 1007 10 08 9 69 9 40 ptai Dally 36pm w Dally 932 9 43 9 61 618 610 60S 560 542 956 969 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 10 49 1058 1105 1114 1125 by weakness or derangement In 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with do Â¬ mestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as tha Change of Llfo They all need It They are all benefitted by It For advteai In cases reruidnr week directions atUreii giving symptoms Ladles Advisory Department the The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatu D Hyan Master TARASCON L Penny Matter L T Conner Paris Chicago St Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Buffalo Now York 600 S800 S Parser TELL CITY It II Ballard Matter W B GREGORY Wiurfnasfers CLOVEBPORT CO KENTUCKY joo Trains Nos 41 and 4 raka connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from Hardinsburg and Fordsvllle Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Loult ville Oweniboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or address Agents or H MOKDUK A O P A Louisville Ky a Twice-a-We- ek WORMS CANDY TMABI TAPE Newbell Puner Steimbeat Agists P D STAGGS Nsiisteid Courier Journal And The OMAHA EXPOSITION Local Agents Juno 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION excop Worlds Fair over pUitsod in tho United States LoUd within cheD and quick of the entire Missouri and MissitMipi Valley b at your own doors Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop Â¬ overs Redw4rd xeursioti rates to Omaha Take the Burliitgte Route the eld and established Hit to and through Omaha in any rection nooaTcun 000000 I nifrwrnm ffxer Sicken WHkeu vr Grip Wc cu CURE CONSTIPATION MnUf BmmJ ftmfttf CMm Mtatnat Itv Tft flood FUuilU PilitAhim rtkmat Tit Qoo Ml M TMAC iftl5lVUkatt1l drag A Great Seal of unnecessary expenditure of time and money may be saved If you will only keep a bottle of Dr Cadwells Syrup Pep sin in the house Nine tenth of all or Â¬ dinary sickness la from the stomach keep that organ in proper condition aad all will be well Syrup Pepsin la a speÂ¬ cific Trial size bottles 10c large sizes 50fl aad 100 of Ohw 0 Martin 1 COOPER Tueata Wee Mf sitter lultrtd If em very Irrejulsr Ad palalul mtflttrusUen and doctors eeulOst reMeie win el CsreU Vm sftl hr Dally exoept Baturdaj between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Freight stripped by tblt line dellrered qulok er than by rail Travelers will And tho steamers are nniur pasied la equipment and aooommodatlons Tba best culinary are employed as cooks aad be menu Is equal to that of the best hotels Oeneral oBcea 176 and ITS 4th Avenue LobIitIIU D L PJSNNY Fertilizer CeipiRjf and Standard Oil Cenpaiiy BB m Both one Year NEW Dealers In Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Jng aad Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Limo Cement Laths Piaster PJaeteriHg For Only 125 nml rki WW VA HIT Pres Sapt O V William T Plow Handles Bricks Etc EttrSMtH FarftltJiMi for RHMsfa aita RarMlai Halerlal Hair Wahave made a special clubbing arrangement with iha Twice-a-Wea- k CcurlerTournaland will send that Paper and ours for iha nrka nu our subscribers who will renew and pay In ad vance or to an new subscribers who will pay la advance Sample copies CourlsfJouraal seas free on application AH ON YOUR LABEL IS A DATE j p Look at It ami im how you statu wltk till Paper I 1 I OwatMhere Ky lathe subscriptions undsr t4 offer nwst b nt DeWitts Llttl Barly Rlws IHHWM HIM fWa I OYRUP PEPSIN TlATIONIl f OR OALDWaCLUS ak HOWAW BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tUUOTT L AyuulKt TW rom PERSONAL MENTION Tho popularity of Ayora Cherry Pectoral and tho great demand for a cheaper package has been recog- Â¬ nised by tho proprietors in their now balf siae bottlo costing CO cents Miss Laura Yeager Is nn tbo ah k list Walter Smart went to Louisville Mon Â¬ asmsLOKiaNRiiDeis nelwq ouoveuhlfoble h LEAN PEOPLE PASSES AWAY W V day Agers llcrrg Pectoral Breckenridge WEDNKHDAY News 7 18A8 SEPT Local Brevities J f Babbages Ladles beauty pins the latest novelty Sulzore Merchants are beginning to display School books at Vests School books and school rom Geo Graham bus returned Ekron Flurry Bryan of the brldgo gang spent Sunday here Squire Mattingly of Ilardinshuig was In town Monday lark Kiclinrilfl of Fordsville was In th cltv yesterday Dr Forrest Lightfootr of Hawesvllle wjb In the city Sunday H J May Jr and Mies Lissi Gra Â¬ ham spent Siimiay at Ekron Manaeer Blair o the Bnsknt mines was in tho city on business Saturday Attorney J A Dean of Owensbnro wes In the city Saturday and Sunday lolce Judge James Sklllman has placed a handsome new safe in hisofllco Cninmlwioner Btown of ilardinsburg whs in the city Monday on lgal busi- Â¬ ness Miss Latin Moorman of Glendeane is tho guest of Mr and Mrs Leonard Oelze Mrs Sid Richev o the Mt neighborhood Is Bick with Frill n and Miss Jennie Warflnld went to Ekron lust evening Miss Mauilti Herndon will return to her home at Akron Ohio today Peter Miller of this city is dang tons ly eirk at Paducali Mlas Irene Clay who has been the guest of Mr and Mis Genrue W Short will return today to her homo at Mlsa Clay has won many friends while in the city and her future visits are eagerly looked too Andrew and Itoeco Severs are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs D II Severs TIih former holts n lucrative position with tho I O Railroad while the latter ha been attending a Lexington school preparng himself or the profession of civil engineering They will remain a week Walter Oelz3 went to Georgetown Monday where he will enter Georgetown University Walter is a natural sudent lln has read very extensively and Is onu of tho best informed bovs of his ave in Breckenridge county He was accom panic d to Georgetown by his sister Mits Ethel who will visit friends there or a nhort period a vm My For Ladies Only The Human Form Divine Is soinotimcH defective so far ns itH grace- Â¬ ful curvi rtnd outlines aro concerned This is Tecognizod by tlio lending tnilors of the country They fit their garments over tliis high bust Distendcr which assists tnilors find drcsRinnkers to fit a gnnnent with enBo insuring a perfect figure with tho proper The Pnhlin Form is Hiiiipo and curves constructed of fnncy netting reinforced with bone1 ndjustablo to desired fullness by in side tapes and fastened by wnist band and Light comfortable to undorarm straps wear and is not injured by laundering All sizes affording to bust measure H Â¬ AjBffT with htalth Cleantintss gott Jf wt have catarrh any disease Mrs L A Johnston 103 Pllham and Ripley Sts Montgomery Ala tells her experience with catarrh of the stomach and how she was cured Pe-ru-- where we tan not te wholly clean Makosystem atic efforts to bo free from this disgusting McCracken Founder of the L H St I R R Dead Was One ofthe Pioneer Builders Western Railroad 1 supplies at Veruon typhoid r iH m- - t Keen cutting pocket knives cheap t Short Hayntu Qo to Babbage or your school books and school supplies There was an unusually large crowd at Tar 8jrlngs Sunday The river is ailing ast but It contin- Â¬ ues at a good boating stage Merchants report that woolen goods and shoes are on the advance W L Pate oE Kites Bun who has been seriously ill is improving Use witch cloth or polishing gold sil Â¬ ver and bright ware SuJzere School books at Vests Farmers on the Indiana Bide of the river bave began cutting their corn Work has begun clearing the right-of-wlor the new road to Tar Springs A J Katz is in the east buying an ex Â¬ tensive line oi all goods or The Fair Will Soradlin is building a nice cottage in the Woodland addition near Irving ton Died on the morning of the 27th day of August Mrs J B Crawford aged 23 years Tobacco cutting is progressing very rap- Â¬ idly in this section The crop is unus- Â¬ ually good About twenty people went from here to Cincinnati this week to witness the G A R encampment School books at Vests The infant child of Mr and Mrs Will iam Perkins who live on the hill died 10 oclock Sunday night A letter from Bob Pierce says that he reached Spokane saely and that he is enjoying good health A neat cottage baa been erected on the hill or Charles Boliler It is quite an addition to that part of the city A prominent Evansvillo man was here this week looking over the field with a view to putting in au ico plant here i The Marguerite Orvillo Skillmans new launch has arrived and is now in the boat house being prepared or tier initial trip The local lodge Knights of Pythias will work in the Kequire degree Wed- Â¬ nesday evening Tnero are three candi Â¬ dates All Sir Knights are cordially Bisters welcomed Marvin Beard one of Hardinsburgs The luscious pawpaw is now ripe and brightest and most promising young soon the possum will he big and lat and men was in the city Sunday visiting juicy The colored brother is happy friends over the bright prospects before him Mr and Mrs H A Oelze left Saturday School books at Vests for Leitchfield where they will spend The packet line is doing an enormous two or three weeks with relatives and freight business The Ragon on her last friends two trips up was so loaded with wheat Elisha Gardner of Union Star Judge that she had to refuse freight rom Tob Ahl and Gus Sbolman of Ilardinsburg insport and this city went to Cincinnati Monday to attend the The moonlight picnic given at the de- Â¬ M A R lightful home of A T Schinler near Miss Amraa Pottinger of Charleston Irvington Monday night of last week Mo who bos been the guest of Mr ana was a most enjoyable affair All present Mm J A Barry returned home Thurs- Â¬ enjoyed themselves hugely day evening The county election commissioners W W Lewis and sister Mrs A J met Monday at Hardinsburg but ou the Williams of Oweimboro remaned home account of the absence ot Ken Rhodes from a visit with relatives near Irving there was no quorum and the members ton Sunday adiourned to meet next Tuesday Messrs L D Whitehead of Mowequa I haye for sale in Glendeane one housrt Ills and Everett Whitehead Rome Ind lot well fixed well improved will were the guests of his brotoer Edward and sell cbap too small or my business Whitehead Sunday anyone wish to purchase come and see Mr and Mrs Charles B Sklllman left Re pectfully J H Brown Tuesday or Evansvillo They go to Stanley Singleton one of the oldest attend the funeral of her sister Miss colored men of the town died Aug 26tb Mayme Cosby Young at his home near the town of Brights Miss Marie Gardner Marshall of Louis-Â¬ disease aged 51 years He was a good ville who was a visitor to this city lost man and will be missed by his family summer reached here Sunday night to School books at Vests be the guest of Miss Linnie DHuy The hotel owned by Jamis Cbapiu Missis Lizzie Batt and Ethel George Ins been leased by Mies Iila HenleyÂ¬ who have been visiting friends and rela Â¬ who will open it up for business Sept- tives in this city for the past week left ember 15 A force a painters and paper Sunday or their home In Cannelton bangers are at work tonnrating the Mrs Claud Carlile and baby Milliard house Miss Henley has purchased a large amount of uniture and necessary who have been the guests of Noah articles from local merchants arid says Greenwals family for the past week she will have one of tho best hotels in returned to her home in Deanfield last Sunday the Ohio valley Mrs D Watkins children and sister Miss Mayme Ridgley Griffith who bave bad an extended stay with relatives aud friends at AslievilleNC have returned home Editor Clarence Sterrettof the Hawes- Â¬ vllle Clarion was In the city Monday Clarence is publishing one of the neat Â¬ est and newsiest country papers in the state Married by the Rev James M Boone on tho 20th day of August John B of Alton Kanea- Crawford late of Stephensport Ky to Leila M Johnson Downs Kansas Hamilton ilenneu one of the most valuable men In th service of the Cin Â¬ cinnati Cooperage Company after bave spent three weeks hern on business returned to Hawesvllle Sunday night Mrs Martha Elmore Mr and Mrs 0 J Barms and children all of Henderson and Miss la in Johnson of this cityspent a most delightful day last week in Tobinsport Ind the guests of Mrs Emma Hawkins Dr and Mis J L Moorman were summoned by telegram Saturday to IN Gracy Ky where their eon Jack was critically ill with typhoid fever They Ky returned Monday and report his condi- Â¬ tion as improving Is the very best Investment you could Mrs Jno D Babbage accompanied by a plain business proposition her son Master J D Babbage and her make It is or a arm Iu Davii bs county and little daughter Mildred visited at Mis you pay vou are on the wwe road to prosperity BabbaguHnld home the Ditto home Â¬ Oweasboro is the best market In West stead near Brandenburg in Meade coun- Â¬ Kentucky or tobarco wheat corn ty last week era awl potatoes and the only market in th Walter King and Charles Carter two Stele or corn stalks which bring rom Cloverport hjs who were la the battle 6 to 12 per scro delivered at the Celluof Santiago are home Walter Kings le Companys Factory fight at Siboney Weeansell you a good arm all the story of the three days will be publish Â¬ and Santiago way f mm 113 to 50 per acie and will El Caney News next week sell lsd anywhere In the couBty from 10 ed in the Matter Ward Van Aletine entertained to 9 fmr wmt cheaper than anyone lee at the a4 for our list of Davlew County a number of big little friendsCottage The home of his parent FarsM Monday afternoon The event was in sevKth birthday boof of tiki moat enjoyable timeThose WILLIAMS present had a Mm Z T Hwrulea avl daughterMies Maude who have been vlalting Mia F jPWRKMORO KWTUCKY ay Â¬ their all uooilf fever Mr and Mrs John Gallonay Irving ton are the guestH of Mr and Mrs Win Galloway Courtney V Dune an has returned rom a pleasant visit with relatives at Brandenburg Mr and Mrs L R Adkisson of Stepheneport spent Sunday with friends at Lodlburg Miss Lula Owen after n prolonged visit to liOuiBville and Glendeane has returned home Charles B Bates of Mattingly was in the city Monday enroute to Georgetown to enter school Edward Whitehead plasterer went to Buck Grove Sunday where ho has quite a large contract J W Snyder wife and children of Stanley spent Sunday nt their old home near Bewieyville Mr and Mrs Hugh Frymiro of Pres Â¬ ton spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugene Ilavnes Mies Bettie Webb of Glendeane has returned home alter a visit with riends in Grayson county Mr Htul Mrs Geronio Massy of 0ens boro were the guests u Mayor Barry and wife Saturday E II Breidenbach and wife of Owem boro were the guests of Mr and Mrt Chat les May Sunday J T Bates and family residents of Whitesville have removed to Mattingly their future location Popular Si Pate and his charming wife were in the city Sunday tiie guest of riendi and relatives Miss Myrtle Nave of Daviess county was the guest of Mr and Mrs Mike Fopbam lwt week Miss Sue Davis returned to Owensboto Sunday after spending a few daj s the guest of Miss Mabel Carson Morgan Law son who bos been visit- Â¬ ing relatives at tins place for some time went to Waitman Monday V G Babbage and son Steward of Ilardinsburg were in the city Monday Mr Babbage was here on lepal business I R Hills Louisville brother of Foreman Hills of the Henderson shops was in the city Saturday visiting Will Bowmer has returned to his busi- Â¬ ness at New iork city after a three weekB visit here with his parents and If you stiller rom sores boilp plmpler or if your nerves are weak and your svs torn run down you should tako Hoods Sarsaparilla C APTU rfEDTHiTpLUM Lewisport Secures The Hancock Teachers Institute Town Guarantee Peda- Â¬ gogues a Royal Reception With its customary enterprise the bus tling little town of Lewisport lias suc ceeded in rapturing the Hancock County Teachers Institute or 1809 Hawesvllle contested hard for tho plum but she was defeated by a vote of 81 to I will state to you that I have taken eight bottles of your and two of and rejoice to say God bless Dr Ilartman and And I earnestly assure you that it has dono mo more good than any medicine I havo ever taken in my life I prescribe it to every ono I meet who Is suffering as tho best medlcino in the world and havo made many con- Â¬ verts who are now rejoicing in tho great good which they havo derived from tbo same I can tell you that I am almost entirely relieved of indiges tion that great foa which has tortured mo so mauy years and can now cat anything I desire without it is fruits or Man-a-lln Pe-ru-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The teachers can depend on it that they will bo treated royally Tuey will be furnished a magnificent ball free of charge the Lewisport bind will furnisli sweet music and the people of the bg gest little place on earth will give them ii Lewisport wolrome and tnat them to Lewisport hospitality both of which are the pure artiiii The Lewisport people know how to entertain Their hearts are built upon a generous plan and tbey will uive Han- Â¬ cock teachers Mich a reception and such a welcome that they will he a unit in votii g for the institute to be held at that town again in 1100 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of Binell and completely derange the U something acid To understand the scientific action of it is best to have Dr II art mans spealal book for women or his book on chronic catarrh These books Medi- Â¬ are mailed free by the All cine Company Columbus O Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-- druggists Bell Pe-ru-- Major W V McCracken tho founder and first president of the Louisville Hen derson A St frills railroad li d I aft Tuesday night in New York City of paralysis His brother A M MrCrack on of Louisville General Superintendent of the L H k St Lwas with him at the time of his death Major McCracken was born sixty three years ago in Bucyrus where he was buried He has baen in the railroad business all ills life having been brought up so to speak in the Pennsylvania railroad and haying been connected with a number of other lines He built a road to Brunswick Go several through Kansas or the Missouri Pacific besichs tho Toledo Saginaw A Muskegon in Michigan and the Pittsburg Akron A Western in Ohio Iu 1881 he came to Kentucky to build the Louisville St Louis Texas nud lie was made first president of the road a position which he held until ISfKl when the road was reorganized Since that time Major McCracken has not been actively engaged in railroading but has had interests in certain timber regions in Tennessee His brother A M McCracken and an adopted daughter survive him Major McCracken has n legion of friends in this Bertion of the country who Hncorly mourn his lots Ho was admired by all who knew him or bis superb talents and tine character Â¬ Sahlin Tailor Made Form rmiHD julv II till The Sahlin Skirt Disf ender I I I I I r BEWLEYVILLE DESTRUCTIVE FIRE l l Is very useful improvement over the old stylo bustle The bustles that extend be low tho knee which are suitable to prc- i erve the trim nppearance of a skiit cause great discomfort when the wenruis assumes sitting position This is entirely pre- g0 vented in the Sahlin Skirt Distender as the outer side of tho two panels or wings aro separately attached with safety pins to tho petticoat so that the adjustment of n dress for a sitting position parts tho Dis- tender which immediately returns to its normal shape nn elastic band connecting tho two panels insures the return to the correct position These panels are of hair- cloth or cambric with bows of bone con Sahlin Skirt Distender nectcd by tape making the panels adjusta- hie to any desired lulluess Among other essentials to produce artistic effects in costuin- ing we hnvo Hip Pads and Combination Bustles and Hi Pads 11 11 ft 3i fOH fWh PAT NT APPLICO I whole system when entering it through Such articles should never bo used except on prescript- Â¬ ion rom reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten old to the good yoircan possibly derive rom them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and Is taken internally act Â¬ ing directly upon the blood ami mucous Mirfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- Â¬ ine It is taken internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Testimonials free BSSTSold by Druggist price 70c per hot tie the mucous surfaces W W Keith is at work at Irvington Dr P W Foote lias bought a new corn binder Miss Julia Sanders returned home Sun Â¬ day afternoon Miss Clara Jordan attended church here Sunday Lawrence Vessels is visiting Misses Wilsou and Henry Miss Mollie Clarkson is visiting her relatives here again Maude and Robert Witt were guests of W N Drurys Sunday Jesse Payne is teaching school over at the Drain school house Mrs W J Piggott entertained delight- Â¬ fully Thursday evening The youngs oiks met to practice some new songs Tuesday night Fletcher Blanlord and Mr Voters are reparing our school house Mr and Mrs It M Sanders Louisville visited Mrs Z T Stith Sunday Sept 4 Will Smith has his engine at 0 D Hardaways to begin filling his silo this morning Mr and Mrs Funk of Hill Grove visited Dr Walkers family Sunday Aug Â¬ Horse Cremated la a- - Burning Barn Stock J Patterson Custer at 1 oclock Saturday night The place is locally known as the old Billv WooKolk arm One of its most prominent buildings was a stuck barn 50x50 feet in demensions This caught fire and was burned to the ground A Btlff brei i i was blowing at the time and it was with difficulty mt tl10 dwelling house near by w as saved Were it not for the fact that the barn was covered with a metal roof the dwelling and sev- Â¬ eral out iiouBts would have been de- Â¬ stroyed A horse two tons of hay souio farm Â¬ ing implements a buggy and harness three saddles and a lot of miscellaneous articles were consumed The building was insured but the contents were a total Iocs Â¬ A destructive fire occurred on tho K place in Hill Grove near SULZERS No CY Pain No Dread I had twelve teeth extracted at one sitting at the HUFFAIO DENTAL PAR- Â¬ LOUS lenst pain MISS BESSIE THOMPSON S03 155 JffTr1rh East Market Street without the Think They Have a Chance Keports come from Hancock county that several crops of tobacco standing in the fields have been sold The prices were so high that ojher farmers refused to sell believing they could get as much ont of it as the sneculators FORTUNATE To IRVINGT0N 28th Noted Franklin Street Have a Fine College Faculty and The little city of Irvington is Indeed to be congratulated upon securing such ex- Â¬ perienced educators as Prof Crabbe and his noble wife to take charge o their college which is now being built Prof and Mrs Crabbe taught in this county some years ago and are too well known as the best of teachers to r quire any Introduction from us Their work speaks for them and we know success will crown their labors at Irvington All who want their children under the best of caro and training should rally to the support of this school and give Prof Crab e and wife such encouragement as will justify them in permanently locat- Â¬ ing iu our midst The school will bfgin the first Monday in October To Cure Couatlpatlon Forever Take Cascurets Candy Cathartic lOo or 2SO K C C C all to cure drugulnts refund money SECOND STRFET May Be Opened te the Short Line Tracks Will Give Access to the Hen derson Route Shops Tbo city council met in regular month- Â¬ All council men were present with the exception of Sklllman and Pierce The reading of minutes and allowing of claims were disposed of A petition for the opening of Second street was read bv Clerk DHuy Mayor Barry appoint Â¬ ed couucilmt n Haynes Conrad and Oelze to act as a committee to ascertain the approximate cost of opening said street ly session Monday night For a Street Fair night and Ernest Babbage has been at work the past weok soliciting subscrip Â¬ tions or a street fair Over 100 was raised in six hours among our mernl ants 15 or James B Paco has donated Messrs Goodnight tobacco premiums and Babbage will go among the mer- Â¬ chants again this week and raise the n quired amount bteps will soon be taken to organize the affair and Cloverport may have a big street air by the last of the month Particulars will b given in next weeks issue of the papr r A commltte composed of El Good Â¬ UlVt Our Sabbath school wni well represent- Â¬ ed at the Gustou convention last Wed nesday Lieut B F Hardaways mail la com- Â¬ ing to Gustou and he is expected to ap- Â¬ pear at any time Alberta Drury who has been on a pleasant visit to her grandparents re- Â¬ turned home Saturday Among our many visitors is a little lady to remain an indefinite time with Mr aud Mrs Bion Jolly The thermometer baa been daring 100 all the past week but we hail a change promised by our weatherman Bro Enoch Crowe Agent for Foreign Missions preached here Sunday a m In the Methodist church Bro Crowe is an earnest worker or the cause The Epworth League held a Literary Meeting Saturday tnat was u success There were songs recitations and three or four impromptu speeches all about patriotism and wu ought to come again I read that the Spaniards over at San Â¬ tiago bo admired our Star Spangled Banner that they caught up the air and gave it a lively round before they found they were a little off Our public Bchool begins this morning Monday Sep 6th Prot Allen Stith will teach the big folks and Miss Florence Cain the primaries Let the parents eend ftiepired pupils peruana the teachers would catch the zeal When the old order uhangeth there comes to our hearts and into our lives a feeling of intense pain somewhat akin to death though otten ttie change is one devoutly bought and joyfully hailed Happy are we when the changes are made without severing tiie ties of friend Â¬ ship Hoy Cain was detained at Irvington Sunday sick of the old complaint hay We hope however tnat under fever the careful ministrations of Dr Moorman he will obtain speedy relief Dr Moor man has the honor ot being the only one to give any relief whatever to many years suffering Natures Nobleman the worthy farmer has a lively tussle these hot days to keep his work a going Hes a fine old fellow nobody like him but he dont havH any troublo to sleep after the days work is oer Bv and by hell be through with nothing to do but sit by the fire apd read the News and Post Â¬ Â¬ VITALIZED AIR GAS COCAINE WANTS Good house hne barn plenty running water onable terms Apply to J W A MVEltS FOR PAINLESS OPERATIONS railroad TOR SLHcity KARM adjoining limits JJ cheap buyable lor any kind of farminir Of 160 acret fine land of Vine Grove Ky on Reas- Â¬ A CROWN OF GOLD or body of a tooth wH lad n lifetime Our nrlci for the best work aa curat gold Point Ky West w 2S 1 V HARM ii acres FOU SALE buildings adjoining Improved fair Leo Hintuns and farm lar Fork Breckerride county Ky Price FI L Title perfect Address I400 If sold soon 1 f L VTk 4 yw r ii Sa i Bridgework or tilth without plates MAN MACHINE WORKS KvansvilU Ind 400 Other dentins charge you from 5 to 10 from 4 a Tooth Other dentists chargu you 5 to to for this work SALIC 1 have a few choice llerkshire for sale My stock is of the best stiains in the c untry Send me an order for one either sex CL Only 500 each batisfaction guaranteed JOIt II K AltO In I AGENTS WANTED thewant an agent throughout country on com musion or salary to culltct pictures and send to me and get one dozen nice photographs lor 0c Life sire portraits at half price Send 25c for sam pies and particulars to agents Address SJlllToWN Photographer Kkron or Ilrandenburg Ky SALE Jeney cow with a voung heifer 17011 by her side J J U STEPHENS Addison Ky BRANCH OFFICE Buffalo Dental Parlors MITCHELL HOTEL Cloverport Ky W 11 SALE A bull full blooded lersey Ior furtherpartlculars call on or address CHARLES ItEIDEL Holt Ky very SALE FOR and finest Two boar Polandfrom thestock China strain of pigs V quire of D Holt Holt Ky pur En Buffalo Dental Parlors Proprietor Market Street KIDI 45 East Louisville Ky burg w An onclvcopedia in good order Hardins- Address Prof J II II LOGAN ANTED PUBLIC SALE On Sept 19 1A atthe court house door in Ilar- Â¬ dinsburg Ky I will oiler lor sale to the highest and best bidder one farm belonging to the eitate of YV J McDonald deceased of McDanlels Ky consisting of about J08 acres lying 14 miles south nt Ilardinsburg Ky and 8 miles from Glendeane Ky on the I eicthtield road One half of farm is in good state of cultivation the rtmainder is well timbe ed Two good wells and several springs furnish an abundance of water Stables hams and two tenant houses The land lays well for firm ing purposes and produces well It is recognized as one ofthe most de irable firms in the horks of Hough Terms one fourth in 6 months rne fourth in is months nne fouith in IS months one fourth in Si months Interest C per rent from date GUS 1IRUWN M C II C ATTENTION EVERYBODY Advice to GoLDKN noi Administrators Notice Consumptives tion itself should understand These remedies will cure about every case in its first stages and many of those more advanced It is only the most advanced that are Even these are hopeless wonderfully relieved and life itself greatly prolonged What are these remedies Fresh air proper food and dies that every person with weak lungsor with consump- - There are three great reme- - A FARM Daviess County Imported by Heaton Willis Chickens 8c Eggs 10c Cabbage ljc Potatoes 40c Onions 75c Corn 8u to 10c dozen Beans 5c gallon Green Applec 30c Peaches none in market Yellow Boot 20c to 25c Ginseng large root 250 May Apple Root 2c Watermelon 10a to 15c Sweet potatoes 60c UVE STOCK TIIE MARKETS Co All persons having claims against the estate rf james a ticuvinueceiistu are nereuv nouneu 10 present them pfoperly proven for settlement on or before the 1st day il Ni vember 1798 Alii all persons knowing themselves Indebted to his etate will come forward and settle on c r belore said date JOE MMULLEN Administrator Mattingly Ky Aug 24 I 98 Great Slaughter SUMMER GOODS For the Next Few Days Space needed for our immense line of Fall and Winter Goods which will be here soon Administrators Sale The undersigced at administrator of Cat II holes deceased will sell at Public Sale on decedents farm near Glendeane on Thursday Sept 8 rne handsome Eitey organ 70 bushels of wheat one spring wagon one- mower several plows tic Ac Sale on a credit of six months Sale will begin at V G IIAI1HAGK Administrator ictjoa m Commissioners Snlc If A Williams Assignee Plaintiff 1 I SCOHS EMlSftH of CoiULiver Oil with Hyp10 Be afralid of 6 host hit es draughts but not ot tresn air Eat nutritious food and drink plenty of milk Do not forget that Scotts Emulsion is the oldest the most thoroughly tested and the highest endorsed of all remedies for weak throats weak lungs and consumption in all its stages w nJ liuiill drvuUti Yert OWNt Ownhw Nw Â¬ Â¬ k LITTLE SCOTT 4 75 and Extra shipping 325 and common to medium II 75 feeders 4 and 425 veal calves 6 CO and 575 Hoas Choice packing 225 to 300 lbs 4 00 fat hoU 120 to 100 lbs 3 75 and 4 3 00 and pigs 00 to 00 pounds 3 25 Boughs 3 00 and 3 50 Shksp and lambs Good to extra ship and the Liber being 61 feet long by ti feel wide ping iheep 3 00 and 3 75 fair to good but nopirt rfthegrvundon which said buildiogt Is be sold butcher lambs 3 and 4 txtra spring Hand to -- Sale wilt be made on credit off and TERMS months lawbe 5 00 and 5 25 Skips and ncala isThe purchaser will be requited to give bond with wags 50e aad 1 eoeunon to medium approved security lor the payment of ths purchase saoney to have the force tad eHcct of a Judgment M and 4 aheep bearitqr legal Interest from the day of sale with a untd all the pur Lien the ruling prUea e stock chaaereserved Uuses sM Iprotwrty CRAWFORD Thw wre snowy pad AMKS Special Caasmhislansr BfdtentUge Circuit Court at LottfevUla Ttwwkr ifept Oattlk 400 I Phoenix Lime Company Defendant Bv virtue of an Judgment and Order ol Sale ol the Ilreckenrldge Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 18 A on the above styled cause the undersigned will on Wednesday the 14th day of September A between the hours of io oclock a m and 4 oclock p m In Iront of Rob etts Cos store in Stephensport Ky proceed to upo to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the following described vlx All the franchites of the defendant Company that is to say its right to ounufaclure lime quarry stone bore for oil gases c on the leased prem Ky iset nearatephenaport A iso two nine nouses situated on me said leased Against Notice of Sale In Equity Heston Willis Company fcLOVERPORT KY CT TMm BftROKmNRIDGS NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY CHANGES LIKE THIS DONT COME EVERY DAY Tlio old Hardin IIomcBtead ono of tlio boat farms in Breckonridgo county will bo sold to the highcBt and best bidder at the Court House Door of October Prof Crahbe Is already here and will work up tho interest with seal characteristic of himself Mrs Crabbe and little ono are expected this wtfek Misses Julia and Mag Greenwood en- Â¬ tertained in honor of Mies Curtis guests a number of young people tt im rilflerent parts of the county The f ct that the Misses Greenwood would entertain was proof positive that an enjoyable time was n surety and the young folks were on the alert to iro Music and laughter Oh Haw ThaRWTJl Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Boon Abandano -- Wonderful Results of Purlf Ins tho Clood A very sovcre polu cumo in my loft which ruw te and wornot and finally n soro broko out above the kneo It discharged n grist deal and I bo pain from my thigh clown was nmddonlng Large hard purplaepots appeared on my leg I suffered in this way for years and gave up alt hupo of ever being cured My wife was reading of n caoe HUo mlno cured by Hoods BAMaparllla and Lo advised mo to try It I bejan tnJJng Jt and when I ha J uinl a few boltlis I found relief from my BUfTcrhg Oh how thankful I am fur this rell 1 t am stronger than I have over lxeii la my life I am In the bct of heal li lmvo n good appetite and am a new min altogether J P Mdoiw Lisbon Tails Malm knoo 1 THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR If HARDiNSBURC Monday September 19 1898 YELLOW LAKE Tho farm consists of 330 acres of land well watered by Clover and All of our sick are reported better this Bceck Fork Creeks Public roads run around tho place Sarea- A good dwelling house excellent barn andgranary hay prcssj two week orchard comprise some of tho improvetenant houses and a largo young 2 Mr Jim Spencer finished cutting RarlHa ments Xstho best lu fact ttia Ono True HIcmmI Purifier tobacco last Tuesday It will bo divided into three parts and sold as a wholo Tho best Mr W E Rhodes delivered 100 Hoods Pills euro all liver Ills jy cents bid will be accepted COME PREPARED TO BID bushels i f wheat at Glendeane last week Â¬ COUNTY COURT DAY intorpersod delightful refreshments with pleasing diversions whlled away the hours all too fleetly for the young folks who went home carrying sweet memories of a pleasant evening and cherishing kiudly loving feelings for those who so untiringly made the hours pass so pleasantly OCT 4 3 e 7 S S ill Ten OWENSBORO KY llfli UvJ rflV iASSE tS 11 ExtravaAn ld - R JAMES R SKILLMAN Special Commissioner Breckenridge WEDNESDAY SEPT News 7 1898 IRVINGTON Mrs Colemans mother is visiting her Congratulations to Mr and Mrs David DUKES Heron Mr and Mrs Hawes niece is with Two full moons in August them for a few days Tobacco cutting is the order of the Miss Eva Herndon is off to Camp day Hnrndon for a brief visit Mrs Mary Itltchoy Is rifiht sick with Nannie Lee Jolly is having a pleasant bllllous fever visit to Louisville friends Miss Tilla Huak of Daviess county is Miss Mary Jacob Tyler continues her visiting at this place visit to Louisville friends Tobacco worms are moro plentiful thau A fine rain Sunday night lowers the they have been this season temperature making life far more- - bear- Â¬ Little Eugene IJasham la spending the able week with his Grandma Higgs Miss Owen Cioverport was Mrs Dr The scorching rays f the sun is burn Â¬ Moormans guest at Mr Lewis last week ing the standing tocacco in the patch Miss Maud Adkisson began teaching The weather of the last week has been extremely warm the hottest of the her music class last Saturday at this season Molasses makine has commenced and the lassie can sop lasses and get a little place Miss Maggie Brodie a sweet winsome girl from Chenault Is visiting Mrs Will sweeter Wesley Rowland of Daviess county is spending a few days with relatives at this place Farmers have begun to cut up their corn it has matured very fast during the hot weather Itev Robins lillud the announcement of JJro Suead Saturday and Sunday at school house Mrs Davison of Owensboro is visit Â¬ ing her daughter Mrs Downs and other relatives at this place this week The people of this section have much to be thankful for at this time an abun- Â¬ dance surrounds us and the greatest bless ing that man can enjoy health the people are recipients of We are confronted at present with the severest drouth of the season luckily the crops generally are too far advanced to be seriously a Heeled it is retarding to the breaking of wheat land as the ground has become very dry and hard Â¬ Gardner Miss Charlotte Herndon is at home from a delightful visit to Glendean friends Miss Jenn Hnrdin was in our midst last week attending services at the Bap Â¬ tist church Mrs HattieTydings Hoben of Louis- Â¬ ville has been visiting relatives and friends in the community Mrs Waller Hopkinsville spent some days with Mrs Wimp and has gone to Camp Herndon for a time Public school opened last Monday Mr with a vry good attendance George Hook is the teacher Sunday school at both churches Sun Â¬ day Had better attendance and more interest manifested than for some time Roy Cain has been suffering extremely with hay fever the past two weeks but has not been absent from his post of duty Messera Fullenwider Haynea and Stinnett dispensed sweet strains on vio- Â¬ lin guitar and piano at Gardners Satur Â¬ day evening Miss Ellen Herndon of Louisville spent a pleasant week at the Munford home place returning to Camp Hern dou Saturday p in Mrs Bramlett and little ones have old home again gone to visit the Truly Mrs Bramlette exemplifies There is no place like home Embrey W rather and Dick Heudcrsou have gone to Chicago and Louisville to attend School Dick is taking a course Bryant Strattons Business College Mr Will Lewis and family and Mrs Arthur Williams and daughter of Oweusboro who have been visiting at Mrs Bennetts returned home Sunday evening Mrs Will Gardner entertained about twenty of the young people last Satur- Â¬ day evening from 830 to 11 oclock in honor of her guest Mils Brodie A de Â¬ lightful occasion Miss B Ada Drury was a guest of her sister Mrs McGIothlan a few days She goes to Louisville soon to resume her former position as principal in the Cres- Â¬ cent Hill public school Mr Hatfield from White Mills Mr OBryan from Danville Mr Hughes from Concordia and Mr De Haven from Cioverport were guests at Sunrise Slope the past lew days Frank Carter happened to a slight but painful accident Saturday In attempt Â¬ ing to Jump into a moving wagon he fell and hurt his foot which pained him ex cessively Saturday evening Misses Rhodes Brandenburg Misses Dellaven Harris and Mattlngly Clover port are bright pretty girls visiting in Miss Mattlngly is a the community tine pianist and we enjoy her perfor Â¬ mance much Mr Crocker the Baptist preacher held a meeting last week preaching some excellent sermons sowing seeds which will surely bring forth abundantly we trust Our little town and commu Â¬ nity needs just such fearless exponents as Mr Crocker and even more of It Miss Maggie Carter and guests with pleasant neighborhood additions had a hay ride last week and landed at the hospitable home of Mr Mike Lyddan where refreshments in the way of cream cake and melons were lavishly dispensed add all went home as merry as a mar riage bell The school question la bo longer a mooted one Arrangements have bees made to build a bouse and Prof Crabbe engaged Work will be pushed rapidly aiid it is hoped to be ready by the first The liberal Bpuco given in the praise of tho Lewisport fair and parade of the 25 in the UiucKKNimxiK News of last week should be evidence to the good citizens of that pleasant little city and surroundÂ¬ ing couutry that by patronizing that valuable paper they will rind in its editor a man that is always ready through the columns of that newieet of newspapers to indome and help to advance all thinvs that is calculated to build up the coun- Â¬ try and to encourage the people of this good land to roach for things that are more grand and nobler in this life Coughed 25 Yean I suffered for 25 yeare with a cough and spoilt hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ tors and for medicine to no avail until I This used Dr Bells remedy makes weak luugs strong It has saved my life J B Ilosell Grants burg 111 Iine-Tar-Hon- ROBERTS BOTTOM San Dix is threshing clover seed Mrs J T Roberts is not as well at she Eli Storms was very pleasantly enter Â¬ tained at Mr Vest Smiths last Sunday Mrs Mary Clark and little daughter Dora spent last Tuesday nt the home of her son Jim Spencer Clifl Mattlngly is making preparations to erect his residence near where the old monastery Mount Carrael used to stand Misses Eula Hart and Lizzie Coorms Messrs Clarence Rhodes and Ernest McDjnald dined with Miss Sue Rhodes last Sunday Emmett Gough after a brief visit with his cousins Misses Julia and Lulu Rhodes returned to his home in Louisville last Monday a week Mrs Lydin Cannon went to Grayson county last Friday to attend the funeral of her brother John Kimble who died in Louisville Aug 30th J B Shoohan a traveling sa esman for the bonefit of the Orphaus Home New York was through here this week sell ing n number of Passion crosses formerly Miss Mrs Tom Woolsov Cinda Smith of Grayson county a pleasant and intelligent lady will begin teaching at the Rhodes school housot September 5 Tobacco cutting and road workiug are the leading occupations this week Have been running a grader through McDan iels as far as the Monastery bridge doing some excellent work on the roads all along W T Cannon and Dr Hart are the largest wheat growing uin in the neighborhood Mr Cannon has thrashed over 2000 bushels of grain last week while Dr Hart has 100 acres unthrashed which promises a good average The little party that assembled at the home of Miss Temple Hart and was so pleasantly entertained last Wednesday night were composed of Misses Lydia Gough Ella Glasscock Ned Hunter Ida Shutzer Sudle Julia and Lulu Rhodes Messrs Jimmie Mattlngly Ben Hardin of Glendeane Ernest Moorman Jess Dun Finley Brown McDonald Ben Dockery Tom Moore Frank Dolph and Ernest Rhodes Quite a number of handsome young ladies assembled with fans and umbrel- Â¬ las beneath the penetrating says of Old Sol last Sunday evening for the pur- Â¬ pose of social communication and wit- Â¬ nessing the game of base ball played by tho McDaniel club Some of our boys pfay with good crodlt to themselves while Robert E Rhodes makes a gallant captain but his merry glances as the fair ones pass along seems to say Dont be smiling at me ladies Im engaged Friends and relatives here of Miss Anu Wheatly were sorry to hear of her death which occurred at the lie me of her brother Austin Wheatley of Flaherty Meade county a few days ago Miss Ann lived in Ling Lick vicinity until about eighteen months ago she moved with her brother to Meade county She was a Christian lady a good little sister and a loving aunt always wearing a pleasant smile for nl and had ever ready kind words of comfort nud encourage- Â¬ ment for the weak and weary bearing her own trial and troubles with patience and fortitude May her good example reFect through many of our lives and may her soul rest in peace Â¬ Â¬ school and become educated they would would of course make better and more useful citizens let them try it and Bee Little Emma Neff aged 10 years is the youngest telephone exchage girl in the Btnto Slin answers trlphone culls and turns the switch pin on any number as quick and as accurately as grown person Mrs T E ConnifF who has been spending the summer with her mother in Lebanon Ky sent her husband the following telfgram Born on the 24th a twelve pound girl Heres congratu lations Sucking calves are selling at 10 and 12 per head in this locality and fat steers are going at 4 cents on foot There hasnt been but one beof slaughtered in this town this season and the poor man lias forgotten how beef tastes yet the cry Is wo want everything higher A leading business man remarked the other day that the farmer was getting 80 and 10 cents for his wheat crop but did not know it He says you take the piece of ground that ordinarily makes ten bushels per acre at 80 cents per bushel and this year you have easily gotten fifteen bushels on the same ground at G5 cents per bushel making a difference in your favor of 1 75 Dont you see the point L E Martelle our local electrician is working on and will soon have in operation a novelty in the way of a cabinet for Mr George J Neff It will consist of a writing desk a telephone exchange a book case a telephone all combined in one piece of funiture It is a beauty in construction and a novely in design Mr Neff will use it in his place of busi ness Mr Martelle learned his profes-Â¬ sion in Chicago and has the reputation of making the host boxes that are used in this community There is a young lady who lives between Bewleyville and Big Spring whom I can safely say is the most popular young lady in Meade and Brecken Â¬ ridge counties She has beaux galore and two or three of her ardent admirers drive doublo teams and one of them in particular buys a new buggy each sea Â¬ son and of course has that advantage over the others anJ I dont blame bim for blowing himself each season for a new buggy on that dear girl for she is worth her weight in gold at any ratio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pacing Races iShty Entries Dr MBHKSmmBMM KjWa5MlBmB aMaPaWMaaaaWWIJprfyafalMllaaaaaalaalMia m mUKKKmmBKKBBHBKtKi VJJMH Time Ei LVl vKSBSSkkmUaiSSKKIKk Fair A SPECIAL ATTRACTION K J H HICK M AN President J W CARTER Secretary g Cox and others to the Falls of Hough to spent Saturday and Sunday rusticating Miss Flora Tilford left Monday to at Â¬ tend school at Glendeane Prof Joe Pile will bo principal there again this season Mies Lyda Sargent returned home from Corydon Ind where she has been visit Â¬ ing Mr Amos Lemons and family for SOME THINGS We Want You to Know We do not want to carry our old stock of goods to our new houso 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 the price on everytning that last six weeks The Height Party given by Mr and II Sargent Saturday night for both Aid Societies was well attended Most everyone present mom than paid for their height and had a jolly good time Proceeds 13 22 Wutarmelons served out in the beautiful moonlight for refreshments Mrs W yon whether yon continue tobacco habit MO TUUACVX tftH nmoTM tbo deilra for tobwtco out narToua autre tiixl nlco--f- l t M BHal Tmm parlflei tho blood Pi tine ELSVgoo boiee tore lost mftohoodTgA I - ooooo 1 3k cases curcu uur mhvbiu a -- v bb andpockst- II At aV own drutrKlst who DOO rXyoar NO TO Take ttfrom will vouch for as with III patiently persistently Ono tl usually curesi XboiestXM ranteed to cure or we ref nod money aUrUaf 4SWSC Ulaaf MMlrsal lw Irk 1 with ttreitikllllii nrTs P00 rrn lnuif kmali- theOBi wlihr SPr Ilk You Will Save From 10 to 50 Cents T -- 1 On every dollar purchase of us I SHELLMAN Min CO KY mlm IRVINGTON Candy Cathartic cure constipation forovor lOo 26c If C C all druggists refund money Educate Your Iloweli With CuscarcU a FORDSVILLE Smith and wife are quite ill at this writing A new ax handle factory haa started up in our town A good rain came Sunday which was very much appreciated Lon Johnson returned home Saturdty eve very much improved A regular passenger train would not go amiss on this branch road Frtd Cooper returned from the east with a large stock of goods Friday Brother Hockor filled the regular ap- Â¬ pointment at the Baptist church Sunday Mioses Ella Smith and Mystic Johnson spent last week at Hartford visiting rela- Â¬ tives returned home Saturday The Katie brought down President O ftLEARANCE UOST VflLI YeakeFs TALK ABOUT BARGAINS Great HERE THEY ARE TJ Oil and Harness 5000 First 05W I We are Closing Out j Goods Must Go 50 pes Calico worth 5c nt 3c 10 pes Blue Cottonade worth 15o at 9c for class outfit Cotton Top Mattress for 2 Solid Oak Bedsteads for 3 and up Automatic Sewing Machine best make 40 We are headquarters for FURNITURE Bugeiy l McGLOTHLAN PIGG0TT TBOV GUSTON Miss Mollle Tilford teaches the Guston school this season A gay party from Vine Grove and Louisville visited Mr and Mrs S Loeb last week Miss Ellen Herndon left for Camp Herndon after a short visit to Miss Ermine Munford has been Rev W H English left Monday Aug 2 for his homo in Missouri II 8 English want to Brandenburg Monday Sept 0 on business Kvarts English leaves Monday Sept 5 to attend school at State Collrge at Lex Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an im- Â¬ purity in the blood inherited front generations buck Few people are en- Â¬ tirely free from somotuint in tho blood and ft is impossible to tell when It will break out in tho form of dreaded Oan oor What has appeared to be a mere plniplo or scratch has developed into tho most malignant Cancer I had tortn Osncwr whlob was st first only a few blotcber tost I thought would oon paw wy i wai tretud by ieverl ablt phrilcUnj but In splt After many montbi ol treatment and growing Iteadllly wo me I deÂ¬ cided to try 8 to 8 which was so atrongly recommenced The Aral bottle produced on Im I continued be medicine and In four monthe the laat lit drooped off tle Ten yeart hare eltpeed fi and not a sign of the dloeaie bu returned B K Wiluami ailUburg illM oon cemprd until my 0n dUloubecmelrnlng of their effort th box samplo Slippers and Shoes at 49c Bet Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5o Ladies Corsets worth 50c at 25c Remnanta Silks at your own price Ladies Vests at 4c Boys Vests at 3c Ladies Hoso 10c quality atj 1 V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in all the Ceurtslin Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade 5o 10c 15c - fj and 20c Organdies Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi- and tho money turned ovor promptly Divorces1 secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look- T Ji tn al o IIh u uio nuiiiruciH ueouB anu otuer flw papers typo written y logal ties-- enforced Jk 1 4 ana L at fie ingtou Miss Nettle Kirts of Cecelia who lias been visiting Miss Etta English left Aug 30 Ernest McGehee from Long Branch spent a week with II S Englishs family leaving Aug 20 Miss Susie liradshaw from Caskey Ky has been vlsitiug Miss Fannie Lea Lacy at her grandparents returned 10 doz Conlury Corsets worth 100 our prico 40o Best Jeans Pants 49o 80 Mens all wool Ailing suits 1 home Aug III Mrs F II Lacy and children returned home Aug HI Miss Etta English ac companied them home bIio will teach a private school at Mr F B Laoys Â¬ Rev W II English held a protracted meeting at Raymond church ten days the meeting was a success having twelve addition The membership very much revived are building a church there There has been a reunion at II H Englishs of his children and grandchild- Â¬ ren Rev W II English of Rich Hill Mo Mia F I Lacy and children of Christian coaaty all spent a week pleas aatly together Charley Cosporke Brandenburg at- Â¬ tended the Sunday school Convention at litis place Charley made a good talk Jim Pattersou of Rowletts Station Hart county made a short visit to bis uncle RJ Patterson near1 this place Mis Millie Hays and daughter Lizzie andson George of LouUville were on a visit to the family of Mr James Jarred Miss Carrls Loyd of Louisville has returned home after spending tho sum- Â¬ mer with her aunt Mrs Lena Adkisson Ed Smith and family of Louisville paid a visit to his father George Wash Â¬ ington Smith of near this place last George Drury and Pierce Haulaway and Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly attended the Sunday school Convention here last week Mm John Fonshee haa been seriously ill with typhoid fever for several days Her brother Dr E M Bewley of Louis-Â¬ ville haa been constantly at her aide The colored school opened this mora lag Monday with Miss Lydia Mllchem She baa the Louisville aa teacher reputation of being a good teacher and if the colored children would attend week Messrs wortli 7 at 8308 Samplo Hats at your own prico CHAKGES REASONABLE Groceries 20 lbs nico Sugar SM 00 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25c Good Coal Oil 10a per gal Good Green Coffee 3 lbs for 25c OFPIOH8 Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg NewsOWce Cioverport wvfrrVAVWrVVVVVV at etf iob Â¬ BIQ OUT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS IS Geo My Specialty HORSE -- SHOEING But I can do all kinds of I BANK OF It If dangerous to experiment with Cancer The disease Is beyond the skH of physicians 8 S 8 fa the only cure because It Is the only remedy which goe deep enough to reach Oanaw Yoakol I TTS Go CC OAMVOniA 0 iimii tZtf IM fcW w fftw wwyi Pff remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable All others contain potash and mr oury the most dangerous of minerals Books on Oaneer and blood disease mailed free by Swift Speeliks CowpMy Atlanta Georgia Swifts gpeelfa Clr Blood J The is Brandenburg Ky the only blood VTSTT LVma myvlVi SLACKSMITHINQ WAUON MAKINQ AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top style I guarantoo all my work When you need anything in my line consult me F BEARD PrelAi WILL MILLER VUeTW M II HEARD OasOr B v 8W BXAsUi MORRIS RM JflLT MKRIMI I Nm WILL PAUL IrrisKUa Xy IMTEflESr pair H TIME EPMTI One Minute Cough Cure cutm tor Tkt l wbai t was DWltt WrU Mi ft HsiMl Hap Mvs