You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 brc1898112301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ppwiwi ftupp ww irr i i S rHE BKECKENKIDUE NKWfc ALL THE NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL KX1II - C10VERP0BT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 231898 THREATENED DISASTER COMPETENT EVIDENCE Â¬ NO 19 UNDERGOES i What W Jeff Lee says About Superintendent Hancock OPERATION Clerk Cunningham at a Louisville Hospital 0 flier Roof Catches Fire During a Gale of Wind Hardinsburg Store Narrowly Destruction Escapes News Notes From the County Capital GOSSIP ALL OF THE LOCAL B Ml Claude Mercer Is Quite Sick at Lex- - Ington I litli was visiting at Gar field last SumTifr r JiBsie Whltworths mother was here last week from Klizabethtown visiting him Mrs G W Heard went to Louiaville last Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs Reed T 0 Lewis the jeweler lias au at- Â¬ tractive display of Christmas goods in his show wludow The pwty of hunters who went from hero to Jolly last week killed about three hundred quail Scott Morton came over from Webster JgjtJSatiirdav to close up his trade for the JSarman farm Jff Mrs Ann Hook has been ill for a nnnnlo nf wpnkfl nn1 Imr rnmllttnn In tint yet much improved James Hook who has been sick for about three months is thought to be gradually growing weaker Several new pupils entered the 1 N College last week it buing the begin ning of another rn weeka term ltev J W Biglmm will preach the Thaukgiving sermon Thnrsilav at 11 oclock at the M K church South Dent Brown has rinsed out his meat shop here to C L Pate and will go to the Falls of Rough 1 oversee Col Greens farm Rev Felix Roberts filled Brother Bi liauia appointment liero Inst Sunday Mr llighani Is engaged in h protracted meeting at Webster Herman Maker of Uawem ille a mem ber of the firm of linker lima btoppd over here a f w data lust wtuk on hid return from Louisville Send m lc silver aud your pirtuie any kind and I will make nn two photo button- - froiii it A W Vickere lluwesville Ky The following parties were here last week from Long Lick attending services Missea Mary at the Catholic church Mattingly Miss Nellie and Mattie Maggie Wheatley Lafe Caunon and Will Mattingly A great many persona have been dropping into the sheriffs oQice the past week and paying up their taxes in order to avoid the penalty ot bIx per cent which will be added alter the thirtieth of this month Claude Mercer while on his return home from the army was taken sick and His father had to stop at Lexington went up to sen him last week and eas he thinks he will be able to reach home in a few weeks County Clerk Owen Cunningham who has been euir- - ring for sometime with a bad throat went to Louisville last week whero he conuhd Dr Cheatham and had an operation performed to remove the trouble His wife who accompanied him returned Saturday night and re ported him doii g well The Catholic church has been Inade Â¬ quate to hold the en ggations attend Â¬ ing there the past ween Tim foundation of the new church has be n laid but this is as far as thev have gone with the work The new structure is to he built of brick and will necetaadly he quite costly 0 vine to a lack o fund it nuy be sometime before it is completed Wm Lamb and wife of Blair Nebras Â¬ ka arrived here a short time ago to vist their old frien la and they think thev Mr Iitnb will spend the winter hew and his wife both look well for their years he belli Bfventv two and lili wife only a few years you g r Thev both married and left this con ity In 180 and Mr went west to week tli ir forlun Lamb setthd in Nebraska whore Iih has resided for tho lant thirty y ais II- - has been reasonably pro parous in his ail lira and has the aiipearanc of a man who takes the world i asy List Monday h was on the streets here Blinking hands with old mill who wore quite truing Mr Limb when he aiw ithein las takes the Nks and aava it is one of the best county pqurs h gets for the money Â¬ Â¬ Hirdinsburg had a bg scare last Mom Uy over what might nave b en a big first o a s fire About omoi oclock h small baz wai uiscovered on the roof of JamtsH Gardners store The Iioiisd Is a two story building ami one ot the larg Â¬ est In the town Ai soon as the fire was discovered the alarm was given and in five minutes the street in front of the store niislammed with people Thtiroof being a high one from the ground it was some little time before a ladder long DAN HUDSON HUDSON 8 PERRIEPS PKTTKIIS enough could ba found to reach it Fortunately however one was secured just in tlmo to reach the flames and ex- Â¬ Quail Crop a Failure tinguish them Had this not been done Chief engineer Hudson of tho Henderson Route who is recognized na the just when it was one half the town might leading sportsman and best ahot in this section of the statH reports that the quail have been in aBlies in a little while Mr Gardners store is a large two story frame crop this vear is a failure Ho knows where the bob whites are most plentiful building and located in the center of the of the best square Tho News congratulates Mr and last week brought a party of his friends to what is ordinarily one quail shooting giounds in Xorthwestern Kentucky The party was composed of Gardner on his lucky escape The veteran sportsmen all of whom are Rood shots Bnd possets lino dogs To Our Friends and Patrons game liagH during tho wo k however were pitifully small despite the fact that not a foot of cover was negh cted We wiah to thank our very many ciisoniers of last Saturday for their klnd The supposition is that hi wet weather of June which is the breeding season long to interfered with the incubation of chicks aud that many eggs were destroyed A neaand patience in wnitiug sodelighted be waited on While we are large amount of cover was turned over and ruined by tho farmers in preparing to see so many on Saturday yet it would now wheat ground be much more pleasant for us and our customers and we ciuld give them very much better attention if as many as ADDITIONAL LOCAL possible would come some to do their trading on fome other day than SaturMrs J D Wilson is in Hardinsburg day tint remember if it is not convenient to come any other day come on SatVisiting relatives urday and we assure you ve will do our John Kals r is in ill health and his very best to pleas you condition doesnt improve Very Resppctfully W H Morton and wife of Glendeano Wilson Jones nro in the city with relatives Ky Fordsville County Teachers to Get To- Â¬ Misi Maggie Carter of Irvington is the guest of Miss Alice Mattingly THE MISSION gether Miss Carrie Graham who has been vsi iting in Henderson for the past two Is Attracting Large Connregations to St They Will Discuss Maltors Pertaining to weeks lias returned home Rose Church Education L L Wilkerson of Chicago Ills ar- Â¬ rived yesterday for a few days stay with The series of brilliant lectures being hla mother Mrs J S Wilkerson delivered at St Rosea Catholic cliureh Now is the time when tho wise farmer in this city by Ruv Ravmond the mis- Â¬ provides for next years hay crop by sion father from New York la attracting keeping the cattle oil the meadow large congregations The lectures aro S II Kelley of Red Lick Estill coun- Â¬ powerful and are well worth listening to ty found a stalk of corn on his farm that Rev Raymond lias just hushed a sucmeasures eleven feet eight inches to tho cessful mission at Hardinsburg point of the year Owen Rice of Tar Fork made a pleas ant call at the News office last week He has 5000 pounds of red tobacco and paid he was confident of securing a good price aa it was of a high quality Every cotton seed oil mi I n Texas in now feeding all ttm cattl ir cm carry 400 had It is related thai one man last winter at a cot of 7 per h 1 and made a net profit of 8 o i head on the I I BRAINS WILL BE THERE Â¬ The teachers in this county wliode sire a course in teaching will be interest cd in the followiig testimonial concern iig Prof S E Hancock of the Clover poitbchoul It is cplendid testimony as Makes the food more delicious and wholesome to ills ability to conduct teachers u urses all whoileslrii to lit themtuhea the ind HOYAl BAMNa POwCf CO htw VOK better for their profession bliould avail of his exp rlence theinelvs To whom it may cmcern This is to A AlONSTGR BAR certify tint Prof S K Hancock has been Principal of theShepherdsvllle Academy for the past ninn years during which One Was Found With 1393 Grains lime I have been nerRoiiallv amunlnted on it with him He has also Leen officially u8jciated with me during the past three Rreckenridge county is the homo of years as meinbera of tho County Hoard Vegetable monstrosities of Examiners and hav not limitation It is a poor In recriniinendintr him nn u tpnlliitiinti nf Aeronaut Will Drop From a week Indeed that some lit 11 st farmer high moral character a true Olniniiau does not bob up serenely with the au able nliiMtor mill a line disciplinabeatiiiist thing jet Height Of 1000 Feet Not long siuce the Nkws had a derian About oue third of the schools of scription ot an ear of corn that ha 1300 the county are taiuht by hispupis all of whom are doing a hig l grade work I Saturday Will Be a Gala Day In Clover grains Xov comes Thomas Summers of Hardinsburg who says he picked up at therefore most cordially and clieerfuly random from a pile an ear of corn that recommend him to the peoplo of any port had 24 rows witli CS gialus in each row community who are in need of an ear Â¬ making a total of 13 lit grains in all nest able and conscientious teacher V Jkfk Lkk Very Respectfully Tills caps the climax Mr Summers Oloverport will have 110 street fair He says his entire Supt Bullitt County Schools tills year but it will have the next thing is a truthful man to it and that is a balloon ascension and crop will averaga 1000 grains to the ear Hrcckenrldge Woman Honored parachute leap A freak Forbej and Preston The aeronavt Tho following is clipped from a Chick nave inane arrangements with tlie mer sha Indian Territory paper and refers to Mre Mata It Dent formerly of Union chants of Cloverport to perform their A Cherry Tree in Uloom for the daring feat for the benefit of the country Star tills county Second Time people who do their trading here Mr Scofieii in presenting to Mrs MBta The farmers ell over this section are It Dent the jewel of the Past Worthy invited to the citv Saturday to witness Close to the home of Henry Pate a Matron mentioned the noble work Mrs thin exhibition of reckless daring negro who resides in the extreme west Dent had done while holding the office The Parachute used and that he considered her work and ex Â¬ Preston in their darhg by Forbes and urn pait of the city is a ulieiry tree that is in ample had helped to make the Order of rhmds has been used uy leap from the son bloom for the second lime this seain up Ei8tern Star what it is in Chickasiia to- wards o one hundred rndthem ascen fiity Tne mass of snowy blossoms that en- Â¬ day Mrs Dent responded gracefully sioim This parachute was useit by Leo velop the contrasted acknowledg ug and appreciating the tri Â¬ La Rono who Inst his life in St Ixniis bre skies tiee the finning with theof som and tints the bute of love mil friendship from her sis Mo also P of Kay nf O unlri Nebraska forest trees presents a contrast that teis and brothers Then there was a sur- Â¬ who lost his life at Ferrirt Park Chicago the difference between spring prise for several of us in the fact that September ISH7 It ia known as the and winter Mrs Dnt made a very neat presentation Man Killer eneeeh and gave it to Mr ScolTern the Died ot Diptlierla Past Worthy Patrons j fwel Tills is the Turkey Famine Jennie the three year old daughter of third or fiurth jnvel that has ben pre Â¬ Mr and Mrs Sam Robertson of Lodi There is a turkey famine in Clover sented to Mr Sc tl rn in Chickasia port and the chances are that that fa- - hurg died last Sunday of diptheria The mom bird will fail to grace the festive bereaved pieuts have the sympathy of INTEREST INCREASES board of many a home where he is now all Local butch Converts Have loined the Baptist a much aoug it attraction In his tour the Northern Stveral en say that turkeys were never more his Elmwood ofBerkshire hogjfairs with Richard Church present and that farmers Gentry took 177 bcarce than at prizs Of this number her 30 were sweepstakes two wero grand The revival eeries at the Baptist are asking fancy prices herd sweepstakes y gainst all breeds He church continue anil thev keep 011 in Suspended Business was never btaten on nged boar aged sow creasing in interest They are verv largely attended The sermons are all A happy barber and Ids Mick has sweepstakes boar and sweepstakes sow forcible and are bringing conviction to changed liy because a nine pound agd herd and only oucu was beaten on the mind i of those who hear them Six girl arrived Monday morning and it has voirling boar Stanford Interior JourPthoiib have uin ady joined the church li en given the beautiful name of Eva nal Five persons were htptiz d at special The proud father is Mr JeS Weather DeWitts Little Early Risers I seniles lust Sunday nit The lanioun little pills R vTVA iiiNO Absolutely Pure B Powder BALLOON ASCENSION Â¬ Â¬ 1 j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fl 1 lot The banking hous at Irvington to ha Co conducted by E II Shelman hankers will open its doors for business next Monday The safe and bank fixtures liava been received and installed and now Irvington will have an institu- Â¬ tion of which it may be proud IllOK S K HANCOCK Our stores will be closed the entire day on Thursday Nov 24 1898 to ob- Â¬ hvery one who can sparo a day ofl serve Thanksgiving Wii son Jones should go tn Irvington next Saturday to J F Coopkh attend the joint Teachers Association of Co Hines Meade and HreckenriOga couuties A R OiLKit Tho meeting will ui an extremely G W Bkitk interesting one as papers will be read by some of tin most intelligent educators Fordsville Ky in thispection The musical features of the program LAND SALE will hean attraction of itself The meeting this year promises to bo County Commissioner Disposes of tho nicst succeHsful ever held and it will Several Tracts well repay all thoau who attend Â¬ m Which Shows What We Can Do With Them GROCERIES Horo arc somo Rock Bottom Prices on Groceries which show what we can do witli them 100 barrel Salt and Levering Roast Goflue 10c package Lion 10c lb A No 1 Green Cofleo 100 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 20 lbs Brown Sugar The best Coal Oil 175 Head Light 15c gal 10c gal Coal Oil 150 25c 7 lb Rolled Oats 20c gal Sorghum Molasses CAPES JACKETS CLOAKS Capes trimmed with braid and buttons tlSO worth 82 50 Doublo Capes braid trimmed 2 worth Double Capes braid and fur trimmed 8250 worth 8325 Extra Long and Wide Doublo Capes braid and fur trimmed Keroey cloth 825 worths 100 Doublo Capo braid jot and fur trimmed satin faced Kersey cloth SJ550 worth 1 150 Extra Long Cape single Beavor cloth deeply trimmed with braid and jet 85 worth 87 Extra Wide JJl inch length Doublo Cape of tailor finish Beavor Cloth 85 worth 87 Extra Largo Bouclo Cloth Capes Persian Lamb finish 8550 worth 750 A sweeping reduction in all of our Silk and Satin Lined Capes in Novelties and English Plush One lot of Jackets to closo This lino consists of Novelties in Light and Dark Weaves Half Silk Lined and Staplo Dark Colors Thoy are wortli 84 00 500 and ifO00 but to closo we make you a special prico of 8125 Ono lot Short Jackets tailor finish 8275 One lot box front tailor finish velvet col- Â¬ lar Kersey cloth Jackets tUSO worth any Â¬ where 85 00 All our j longth Covert Novelties and Light Cloth Cloaks worth 8700 8S00 and 900 no two alike choice of any in lot 8500 All our length Korsoy and Melton Cloth dark colors and black oxtra largo sizes tailor Â¬ -- TONY THE CONVICT A Realistic Drama To be ed at Lewisport Play- Â¬ A Magnificent Band Concert to be dered Ren- Those Dreadful Sores h b fa Secretary of State The Ltiwit pnrt Hand one of the finest organizations in the male will give a concrt during tho perfounance that in Has Two Very Strong Opponents to itself wil be wortli the price of admis Down slon It is thought that Oloverport will have In Splto several repeeeiiiatives present Thoy Continued to Spread One of the most interesting contests of Troatmont but Now Thoy nro that will be prctenttd in the Democratic Died of Heart Failure Hoalod A Wonderful Work Statu Convention next year promisee to One of the maddest deaths that has oc be that for the nomination of a candi Â¬ For many yeaia I have bcci a great varlcoio veins on onoof my cured in this city this year was that of date for Secretary of State Two candi Â¬ aufferer with Â¬ Mrs Henry L Morton whose end came dates have been in the field for mine limbs My foot and limb became dreadat 7 oclock Sunday morning fully swollen When I sood up I could suddenly being heart failure Klin got lime both from Katrn Keiitnekv the cause O tho blood ruthlng down tho veins of up feeling unusually well and her death Grren It Kellar o Nicl olaaville and Icol county and a third One day I accidentally hit my came without the slighter wa nirg Him llnck Hill of Clark tljb Jlnib a Democrat from the western part of the loot against some object and u Boro broke was 60 years of aga IIr maiden iiamn Mate entered thn race Mor day He la was was Alary Diiukwater and she was burn out which continued to spread and the Hon Gua W Rvhardsoii of Meade I concluded I at Oloverport She was h member of the rounty at pnsent Deputy Clerk of the painful exceedingly A husband and four Court of Appeals needed a blood purifier and 1 began taking Methodist church Mr Richardson on account of hla In a short tlmo children furvivo her Hoods Sarwparllla wide acquaintance with thn people of those dreadful Bores which had caused To Oklahoma the Slate and the Uct that he was sec me ao much suffering bojau to heal I Mrs Dr Ben Harned and her six reiar of the Campaign Committee In faithfully with Hoods Sarsapa kept on on Monday nights train 1810 will be an unusually strong candi Â¬ rllla and In a abort tlmo my limb was children left Okla to jiln her hus date as he was for Clerk of the Viurt of mo for Pond City completely healed and the sores gave band Thoy will make that place their Appeals In the convention of 1807 Tho Nkws received a communication no more pain I cannot bo too thankful future home Tre best wishes of a le from Mr Richardson tills week in which for the wonderful work Hoods Barsapa gion of Irionds follow them he ava that th Meade Meajonger and Mrs A E rllla has done for mo other papers that mentioned hla candi Â¬ Quarterly Conference Gilbon Hartland Vermont dacy made the mistake of saying that he The regular quarterly conference of was out for the statu treasurershlp when Oloverport Methodist church will it is the state secretaryship he is after the take place Saturday and Sunday of this It was this error that caused his an- Â¬ One True HlouU lurincr Rev Kgln the presiding elder week 19 the best In fact the nouncement thus early in the campaign will be present and preach cents liver HU Hoods Pll cure all Â¬ of The people of Lowjsport are fortunate in the pofsefision of a nugniftcent Dra matic club composed of members who great ability pos-t-- s On TMinksg ving night they are to pre Â¬ sent a powerfully realistic drama en- Â¬ titled Tony The Convict The company has rehearsed the ulay over and over pgiln and practically every member is perfect in his or her part I he play will he handsomely aaned suit will be produced in Odd Fellow Hall whose auditorium makisa theater that any large town could well bit proud Â¬ The Master Comraisslonir made a number of land sales at the court house Tim door at Hardinsburg Monday tracta sold and the purchases are as fnl lows 10 acres near 1vliburg to L II Adkieson 355 and 381 acres npar tin same place to W N Head at 71 50 Hrrea Iving near Buras to B F Beard at GLASSWARE QUEENSYARE 2i 2 120 acrea near Preston to O M Roberts at 5170 GO acres near B wley We have a very largo stock in this line and villo tnS R Tent at 175 two tracts near Kirk one of 105 acres and another can givo you somo very low prices It will of 100 acres to B F Beard at J850 200 pay you to see our stock before buying else- Â¬ Mills to Cincinnati acres near Clifton Cooperage Company at 302 60 a tract where near Oloverport formerly owned by Ban Coouerage II Iickard to Cincinnati Company at 34 house and lot in Har STOVES AND TINWARE dlnsburg tn B F Beard at 000 240 ucres near Kirk to Thomas Bowman at A nice lino of these from a four holo step G00 finish first class material i00 and 700 wortli 1000 One lot no two alike handsome silk and satinc lined handsomely braided edged with genuine persian lamb and martine furs These are the 10 12 11 goods All go in this sale at S each Remember wo are overstocked and must closo tliHgo jackets out regardless of cost They are superb goods and worth doublo tho money wo ask for them every garment a bar Â¬ gain and you miss a chanco of a life time if you miss getting ono Unparalelled bargains in Dry Goods and Notions Hoosier cotton a yard by the bolt All calicoes go at and lc Good canton flannel at 5 and 7jc yard 1 3 9 and Outing cloth 5 12o yard Turkey red table damask 25c yard A full lino of percales duck suitings and llan- neletts A No 1 cotton batting 7Jc pound worth 10c Our best in dress goods doesnt call for a fancy pricobut our dress goods nre tho best just tho same We dont toll any fairy tales or high sounding names with our dress goods Wo oflcr you honest goods full of hard days wear Just as pretty and just as stylish as giods that cost twico as much They aro chosen jut as carefully ns the wealthiest wo mans Paris gowns and tho prices aro ex- Â¬ tremely low and we aro satisfied wo can ploaso you 3c 78 IS OUT EARLY Gus Richardson Candidate For stove to a Franklin Heater and Air Tight Stoves tho fuel savers of them all and at prices which will astonish you Tinwaro too cheap to talk about FRESH LOT MILLINERY JUST RECEIVED Do not forget wo aro headquarters for 3 Â¬ high and low priced SHOES for both men and boyB Dont go by us for shoes wo know wo can ploaso you n both stylo and prico as our stock comprises 2000 or over pair to select from From tho lowest to tho highest prico From tho daintest to the heaviost boots Remember Our Motto Quick Sales and Small Profits We want your PRODUCE BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS TURKEYS and DRESSED HOGS and always pay you the HIGHEST CASH PRICE for same HOOdS 8pariiia ADDISONDICK ajdidxsolt KiErisra-craiKrsr- A - I ti Split W rifryAftKCv - Kj2ii THANKSGIVING DAY wlllTTKN 1IY MINNIK IIAKT MCtiANIKIA KV ID you ever seo a morning When the sun was shining clear And tho whito frost shone and sparkled In tho crisp November air Liko wo children at our play For thoy know as well as wo do When comes Thanksgiving Day Whats Thanksgiving for Dont you know Many many yeaiB ago Way up north in Massachusetts In Now Englands cold and snow One eovero and bitter winter Famine through tho land was spread And our hardy Pilgrim fathers Often lacked for daily bread But at last that winter ended Followed by a balmy spring Leafless trees began to blossom Happy birds began to sing Bounteous Summer poured her treasures From out her lavish hand of gold Cornfields waved in yellow moonlight With a promise of wealth untold Then it was that Governor Bradford Said in reverent solemn way For the blessings God has given Let us have Thanksgiving Day All that day the looms were silent Romping children ceased to play And since then each years return Has brought a glad Thanksgiving Day AAfcyAAAiA4 THE FIVE WHITE INDIANS Iriie Contest Story Written for the Nemj by Lillie rancU Cooper vale Kyl 1 Unpens--Kiugk ol KocL were just five of them nil eighteen healthy frolicsome They lind been reading boB Coopers leather Stocking Tales in the library of the high tchool where they at Â¬ tended and were always talking of the atty liumpo and happy free life of wishing they might lie awhile with the Indians Ill tell you what we can do said John Whist whoee father was a mer we can net a two chant in the town weeks holiday and go to the deep woods Hiid live like the Indians be real Indians ourselves all the 01 wish we could cried our par Lets see others in one voice ents and u V Bad Hob Lee Whereupon each boy decided to go before those digaltaries indulgent fathers and plead for two weeks off with only a blanket as a protection against taking cold When a boy sets his head he usually has his way So these boys got what they desir ed not because they were boys but mostly because they had been good btudious boys and their fathers cared to grant them this much liberty Lets suppose we are living beyond civilizition said they and not know the use of firearms with which to pro Â¬ cure our game So the two weeks before Thanksgiving thev lind their way eastward toward the Illue llidge Mountains witli not a mouthful of provisions going away from home just as if they intended to return for dinner After they had traveled two days they felt that they were out of sight and hear Â¬ ing of civilizition so tired from walk- Â¬ ing they figuratively speaking pitched their tent and slept as peacefully as ever they did at horn in their own snug beth The next morning they were awak Â¬ ened by the cheeiful sinuim of thrushes around them greetings they were not accuetrued to at that early hour We must have some breakfast said Will Itbb the one boy among them who was always hungry and looking arouud he noticed a tree near with a hole entering near the ground aud approaching nearer he saw some hairs on the tree A rabbit bosl said he It took hut a few minutes for them to procure a long hickory stick and twist the rabbit out of the tree while two of the other boys with flint and tinder had kindled a fire ready for cooking To be sure this breakfast was all meat out heartily relish ed by the boys As soon as breakfast was over they set to work to trap for some other game for getting that Haw keye disdained to trap lor g line so long as he had his youthf ul neas a steady hand and a sure eye Some bark was made into a string some sticks procured and a snare was set for the rabbits and a coop for the part Â¬ ridges and pheasants they had seen come near All this was done as prepara tions for the next breakfast for they meant to explore tho neighborhood of the camp during the day So pitching their blankets Into the forks of a dog aooiI they started oil looking for fruitx nuts etc They had not goue far until they found luscious grapes persimmons al- Â¬ most as large as the Japan persimmou hickory nuts both large aud small pecans whito walnuts quite aa nice as the English walnut and chestnuts and chinkapins in ureal abundance These they only tasted to make sure of their genuineness having decided to leave THERE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ them for other days because eo near the camping ground Such immense ferns and grasses green briers of the most luxuriant growth nearly as latgi as grape vines and such quiet nooks Hedged in with stately trees such romantic recesses in cliffs towering higi as the trees and higher too Such queer looking basins or mortars where tradition says the Indian crushed his corn other places where small deep holes are made as if bored with an auger through the hard rocks and then occa- Â¬ sionally a mound is found which they decile is an Indian grave Here they stop to wonder how tho Indian looked who may be buried here if he was a warrior bold like Chinchagook or a beautiful maiden like and if they should dig into this grave what kind of utensils would they liud buried with their owner But soon they are acquainted with all the new things in the woods they cease to wonder and admire and prepare to live the sports thoy have bo loug read about Each goes to work to carve him a bow and arrow or cross bow Bundles of fifty arrows each are made to be strapped on the back of each boy the hardest woods are sed in their manufacture Three trees o paw paws are found and the fruit completely devoured by these boys with rapacious appetites They declared them better than any banana A queer looking little animal is overtak en Thoy run him up a hill and soon notice that it is not his nature to be able to run fast or else he is too fat to run for as they stop to rest so does he then the chase is renewed with more energy and soon he is captured he shows his teeth in anger whereupon he is killed at once Then Tom Cobb announces that he has seen one like him before that his grandfather thought he had a great treat when black Ned came in one night ami said he had caught ole Mass a ground hog So it is decided to dress the ground hog nicely wash it until clean in riming water and proceed to camp to cook it for supper night now approach Â¬ When the camp is reached they ing appoint Jack Small cook for the evening A large fire is built by the other bos against the base of a large sprealing white oak wfiose leaves still cling tena ciously to the parent stems and the light gleams up through the branches and out among the other trees In this halo of ligiit they are to find kitchen dining room bed room and sitting room I Four boys busy themselves getting up enough wood to burn all night aud setting up poles in wigwam fashion The floor of which is deeply covered with leaves Jack has taken some large grape leaves and tied them securely around the ground hog with hickory bark then the leaves were well basted over with wet clay aud consigned to a hot bed of em bers Soon a delicious odor arises from this little hea and Jack knows that tl e lire will finish cookiug this dainty mor Â¬ sel without further attention from him so he empties his pockets of the chest nuts deposited there through the day and proceeds to rost them to serve as a dry sauce or rather as a substitute for bread with the roasted meat To roast them requires all his atten tion for they pop aud fly in every direction When roasted the hulls and aihes are removed aud they are placed on five large greenbrier leaves to lie served to the live boys Posts are driven iuto the ground on the top of which are placed poles to Sjrvo as the table A bed of clean leaves is placed at one end to re Â¬ ceive the roasted in -- at two large leaves pinned together serve as a plate for each boy a pointed stick is placed at each place with which to hold the hot meat The hovs seeing these preparations rush to git seated upon the ground arouud this low table while Jack scratches Wah-tah-wÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE HAPPIEST DAY WiUTTKN 1IY JIKHTIIA IUK WAT1IKN fAREVELL to summer flowors That made our hearts so glad Farewell tho fields and moadowH In red and goldon clad It wont bo long till All tho leaves will bo Beneath our feet and lay on piles On top of piles in their long long sleep But Thanksgiving will soon bo here Tho happiest day in Novomber But by and by theros another day Tho twenty fifth of December needed it so badly and could not wait family on this blustering Thank glvirg Tho Uars came to her pretty eyes but eve she forced them back and tried to appear The howling wind and rain and tho cheerful as she handed her father a let- Â¬ splashing waves had changed their ter With nervous fingers he broke the mournful dirges to one of sweetest mu- Â¬ seal and read tbe heartless contents sic Poverty had no terrors now for they which were as follows were reunited the wanderer had return together once again James Willis Yoar rent is over due and they were all ship Guy had been and you will pay me the amount in full aud after many days wrecked he said tomorrow morning or I will turn you in- Â¬ cast upon the African of suffering he was coast near a littlo to the street like a brgjar You know I bear you and yours no love bo be settlement of half clvllized people who in their kind though rude way nursed prompt Louis Witt him through a long and severe illness How true and yet how powerless On recovering he went with these po were they to raise the amount Nelliad pie far into tue interior of the country uncollected wages would reduce it but where he remained for several years in would not pay all In the meantime very poor health on account of the hot He knew the and unhealthy climate and rough mode how were they to live character of the man and knew that his of life but after a time his health im threat would be executed The old proved and he set out for some diamond 1JY MARY K FOIU MOOIKYVIMK man leaned his weary head on the little fields of which he had heard during his table and the tears dripped down his abode with these people Koaming from E who today enjoy comforts aye even luxu- wasted cheeks at lie passed the cruel one mining camp to another and wish note to his daughter and said Kead inirallthn wIiIIr llior ha Ioi in nes in Iilo can scarcely understand tho K that Nellie we are turned out to beg tint and remained quietly at home Pilgrim forefathers true thankfulness in insli- At last falling in with an old and disNellies pale face turned n shade paler i infirm- - Plini eri W n as she rtadthe written words but she heartened miner he had bartered the fellow his watch for a cla m which was steadied her voice and replied in the Old World nnd barely escaping starvation during No no father wo can not be turned situated in what was supposed to be a out yet ami I wilt see Louis Witt to- Â¬ rich district He went to work with the their first winter in tho Now World they were indeed morrow morning and give him an order hopi ot soon returning home but for highly appreciative of a harvest that secured them on Mrs Worth aod and I am young several years he barely made a living and strong I can take cam of you and and was olteu so discouraged that he was against a winter of want and suffering Under such cir-Â¬ mother I have the promise of more on the point of giving it up and trying to cumstances it was no hard matter for them to observe work his way back home but at this pupils soon aud we can do nicely then She Bpoke tliua to reassure her parents time a little increase give him hope and the first Thanksgiving Day in a really thankful way but her own heart was heavy within her he woiked steadily on with a gradual in But in tho present festivo observance of the day wo for she had little hope She knew the crease till his flud wesa very rich one mans coarse nature and that he hated and he then sold out to a company of aro apt to lose sight of its real significance rtWf t them with a brutes ferocity she ben g rich traders for an immense 8um of mon- Â¬ l nnll 4l u iiiuny liic eEuiga wnicn nave oecn showered upon us as a tho cause of this hatred He had coarse- ey Thus tho with innumerable bard nation sinca last Thanksgiving day we have great cause to observe it with a Puritanic ly sought her hand in marriage and she Bh ps and great hazard of life ho had with all the delicacy of a refined nature gained a la rap fortune where othere had feeling of truo gratitude spurned his oflor But he continued spent a life time and failed All these years no word from homo Tho farmers granaries aro full to overflowing business is good our nations projres3 impudently to press his suit and follow- Â¬ ed her to her home whero his manner had ever reached him so with an anxious was perhaps never so marked as during tho past year A war in which tho best interests was so insulting and disgusting that her heart he sailed for New York of our country were vitally concerned was fought and wo were successful in it Of course While in that city ho met by chance father oidercd him from his door This so inceust d him that he deter- Â¬ an old friend of his fuher from whom this is national prosperity but to come down to individual favors You bravo boys in mined to win the girl or bo revengd so he learned of their changed clrcum lm purchased the cottage in whicti they stancts and also that his old home was blue back from tho field of war have much cause to bo thankful Many of your fellow livmi at d uble its value in order to again for sale soldiers bravo at heart young and hopeful fell in battle or succumbed to some dread dis Â¬ Hurrying to Louisville he nurchasd secure an advantage over them and as ease while you lucky lad have passed through the perils of war unhurt And you fallen their rent wpb over due he lost no time it aud had it fitted up with all possible in carrying out his intentions for he well speed in order that his parent might sinner havo tho most causo to return thanks Your life is spared and you have yet timo their circumstances and felt sure enjiy the blessing of a real Thanksgiv Â¬ of victory to repent ing After all was completed he deter- Â¬ Methinks God might have taken you in an evil hour when oven His mercy fNellie spoke reassuringly to her parmined to bring them home that night could not havo saved you from an awful doom And each and all of us in the various pur ents but said nothing ot the insulting Hastening to the little cottage he found note which she had received that even Â¬ them in great distress When he could suits oi me wno are enjoying the luilness ot the earth ing knowing that it would only augment make them understand that it was in Â¬ havo causo this glad Thanksgiving Day to bow with deed true that he had returned to them the troubles of her parents Hastily preparing their scanty meal a rich man and that he would never grateful hearts at the shrino of Gods goodness and she tried to divert their thoughts from leave them again They were onlyltoa benevolence the impending evil by telling the laugh glad to repair to the waiting carriage i figpja able blunders which her pupils had and were driven rapidly through the cfty But there is a thorn with every rose and somo of not heeding the wind and storm and made during the day us it heems havo little in lifo for which to be grateful Darknees assisted by the dense fog and blackness of the night they were too rain was fast spreading a soft veil over supremely happy to feel any disagree Death has claimed a loved one from our homo misfor- Â¬ all ttie land As night closed rapidly in ahlenesi or to be discommoded by the tune in ono way or another has befallen us or poverty the wind blew in sudden guats splashing elemental bluster On entering their old home in the the rain against the little window whero stares us in the face Ceaso repining sad heart and blaz i of light and warmth the it trickled down to form little icicles mother thankfully rejoico over whatever good the past has Ugh I What a night to be abroad Sud Â¬ with tears of gladness streaming from her denly there was a loud kuock and open- Â¬ eyes clapped her hands for joy and fall- Â¬ brought you hopefully trust tho future to correct the ing the door disclosed a tall broad should- Â¬ ing on Iw knees give thanks to the evils of the present ered stranger standing on the stepB who Great Being who u the giver of all in a low well modulated voice asked for bl Bsings And what a great and heart Then just for a day lot us lay aside our practical VL1JM JSrfil shelter from the storm felt rhankfgving to morrow would bring lives and celebrate Thanksgiving with hearts that aro Entering the btrangir glanced quickly forth to this reunited family Guy paid ymis Witt his dues around tho poorly furnished enough light and bent on pleasure giving spotless clean room and walking to the spoke a few worls which caused then the hearth he leaned heavily against the puppy to leave the city without loss of littlo mantel with bowed head not heed timo Nellies g eat Joy at her unex ing the chair which Nellie offered him pected release fom the hateful duties at hut turning suddenly around with Mra Worths knew no bounds Thus streaming eyes he exclaimed did the currents of timo wash away the more despondent as each y t ar spd away never had such appetites as these who A WONDERFUL Mother Father I dout you know me accumulated troubles of years and leave But her heart was steadfast aud true and havo tramped all day engt r to gain ap- Â¬ Guvl Place great joy and a Wonder not give hope of seeing plause from their companions eager to my at laatl you at THANKSGIVING she would so long asup the uncertainty re Â¬ haveMy boy back boyaud last I feeble arms ful Tiianksiving hitn again because real experts in tho Indian prothat como the mained The father had long since be- of the mother were clasped about tho fession I But the days wear on and it is lieved that Guy was lost at sea for the strangers neck For it was Huy Willis Wednesday before Thanksgiving when IrUa Cornell Story Written far the Urickin tired from a days hunt they sit around midok Kcwsby Mis Auna il Stole of alUol ship on which he sailed bad found Â¬ returned from his many wanderings j ine Kind You Haw Always Bought ered near the African coast and it was the ramp fire late iu the evening discus- Knujgh Ky Oh joy and beautiful liht out of dark Â¬ not known whether any of the passen Â¬ ness and Badness was glyen to this little sing the probable preparations in their We must T was the eve before Thanksgiving a gers were aved thoug i it was supposed own homes for the morrow celebrate the day too with feasting said mill November evening witli chllllug that all were lost But Mrs Willis could winds and raiu A deuse fovr shroud not believe that her darling was sleeping Will ltobb So it is decided that they shall bring in ed land and river and the mournful beneath the turbulent waters of the great every luxury possible for to morrows sound of the fog horns with the gentle d ep Sa she waited and waited and feast even if they have to trap for it So lapping ot the waves were felt more sad- Â¬ hoped against hope till now bo many Bob Leo asks some one to go out on a ly still by the sad hearts of the inmates weary yi ars were numbered with that hill with him whero lid that morning of the tittle cottage so near the waters sad past This evening she sat with the same saw siga of turkeys scratching and the edge on the outskirts of the beautiful tree in which they had roosted that he city of Louisville sober now in its win- Â¬ hope which she had cherished so long mako a coon to allure them into ter garb of mist and smoke Her thoug its were busy as she listened might witli hickory nut kernels for bait Other People rush here and there as usual to the mournful drip drip of the rain boys Bet snares others build up the part intent on business or pleasure but falling from the low eaves It sounded WRITTKH BV ANNA TATK CLOVKHPOBT riJgt coop anew then all uulto in a Broadway is a sad reminder of a terrible ominous and Bent a shudder to the possum hunt which results in tho cap Â¬ accident where the five Legion boys mothers heart a d sho said as she aroio I wonder what Is iIp ture of a very tine fat one of that species were so nuicklv hurled into Eternity from liHr chair HANKSGIVING Day is dawning Sad hearts were left behind to mourn talnlng Nellie this evening the weather In a persimmon treo near py u isuress Our carols now wo sing ed and hung up in a tree to keep till their loss but the busy world moves on is so dreary and chilling I am so sorry morning When they have had a slight with quick majestic tread leavlnp joys she is late and she la not feeliug wall And pray tho coming season breakfast with bows ami arrows in naini and sorrows alike to cling around the She looked bo pale this morning that I May poaco and gladness bring they start out to visit tho snares and hearts of those with whom thoy come in wish sue ungni uavo remained at home today for she needs rest but she was Before reaching the coops John contact not reckoning whero they fall coops Thanksgiving Whist decided to yisit a little lake where but scattering both with a lavish and afraid of losing lie- - pupils Futher I fear Mrs Worth Is not very genteel at he saw some wild geese the day before merciless hand along its line of march Thankrgiving days have come and least she is not a kind woman but 1 but instead of geese he espies a large To evory one nnd all of yours duck floating on the water and with gme sowing blessings and toys in the cannot understand why she should treat steady aim improved by a weeks prac Homes of many though trouble and re Â¬ our gentle hearted Nellie bo rudely Wo wieii a happy day As she fialahml speaking the door tice he brings this duck to a lifeless con- Â¬ gret are also left in their vanished path Â¬ And hopo some of its pleasures dition by striking the arrow ju t behind ways Eighteen hundred and ninety five opened and Nellie came in kissing an earlt flutters and drills near the lias a bountiful harvest bo the eastings mother aud father she said as she Through all tho year may stay II shore just aa John jumps from his place will be rich and great But there are still removed her dripping cloak and hat I am late but I waited for Mrs Worths Thankgiving A duck for a the unsupplied and aching hearts beatot coucealment to grab It II Thanksgiving dinner lie chuckles as ing in hopeless bosoms the same as of return in order to get ray wsgs but ne II was in a hurry to dress for tlm opera aw with one foot dripping wet he trudge yore II In this little cottage by the river two would not pay me though I told her up the hill going directly to the camp among the embers for tho cooked meat removes tho baked clay and leaves and batk and places upon tho table the meat thoroughly cooked and whiter than roost meat usually Is seen Ho reserves the right nf carving and dividing this dainty dish giving each boy his share They pronnunco it the finest meal ever eaten and declare while eatirg that they were never ro hungry in their livep fntgetting all about the paw paw patch Each wrapped in his blanket lind a place upon which to lie on the leases in the wigwam through tho door of which tbey can Bee the fire bltzirg up cheerfully aud arise to replenish the logs if they awake to find only a bed of coals there Awaking they tiave tcarcely time to tell each other how they dreamed of bt ing among the Indians until some one Hurries out to find that the precaution they had taken to Becure game for breakfast had not been in vain for in tho trap or coop are found six partridges and one pheasant in the snare a rabbit As the rabbit is choked to death they decide to eat it and tho pheasant for breakfast and leave the partridges alive in the coop for a time of scarcity Was there ever a time of famine among the Indians At any rate such a time soon comes to these white Indians for this next day is to be ono of hunting with bows and ar Â¬ rows and somehow they never seo a bird until it flies then tho arrows either does not go high enough to reach itorglances by it The string breaks just as a rabbit runs away from them sometimes the arrow drops before it reaches him thus showing lack of muscle or unsteady nerve They soon find tin thlnj need- Â¬ ful is uiarkniansliip so they practice shooting until every arrow is gone never knowing whether they hit a distant tar vet or not Then hours aro spent in hunting arrows and making new ones and they Again reach the camp they find it is very dark and raining Too tired and late to set snares they take two blankets and stretch them tight over the wigwam to help drain the water oh using three blankets to wrap five boys in and lie down to uneasy dreams The rain was of short duration they find when morning comes Deciding after dispatching the bIx partridges that they must live by their bows and arrows for a few days they start out each in differ- Â¬ ent directions to see if they would not have better success and to practice trail ingsomo At night they return to re Â¬ hearse their experiences carrying with them barely enough game to sustain them in their hunger for suroly boys Â¬ Â¬ Here ho finds a titrkoy has been caught in the coop made tho night before a fine young one and two rabbits have been snared a pheasant and two partridges also cooped a cqulrrel that Jack Small had struck with a rock as it was lying sprawled out on tho bark of a treo Iryii g to see what animal was coming by his home and to all tills good list of jn ata Is added a hatful of Persimmons another of paw paws another of chestnuts anoth Â¬ er of grapes j hickory mils are brought pecans hazelnut walnut haws of three kinds nark berries crab apples Sassa fras and solce wood are brought to first smoke and then boll the small gime by In the absence of a receptacle lor gravy the turkey is stuffed with tho kernels of chestnuts anti hickory nuts The opossum Is filled with chinkapins and hazelnuts and placed near the tuikoy to roast he crao apples are placed on prices of Lark to lojst Today a cloth is made for tho tablo by pinning together pretty leaves dishes are made of cleanly washed pieces of Bcaly bark from the hickory trees When the dinner is ready to be served we see red haws piled high around the turkey These are the cranberries said Tom Cobb The persimmons were piled around th- - possum whole hickory nuts around the fqulrrel sweet smelling pieces of red sassafras root arouud the rabbits the paw paws made a nest upon which to place tho duck a great pyra tnied of grapes was in the center around which sat the pheasant and the part ridges What a feast for only five boys to eat I Hut a long time was spent in preparing it nearly as long a time in eating it and that that remained was guarded for later luncheon After spending two more days in tho woods they prepare to start home Be foro breaking camp they discuss the events and pleasures of these few short days while the fire seems to burn more brightly than any previous nights they recall the trapping hunting fighting daring of Deer slayer and Uteiile that Jack Small has earned the name of Squirrel slayer in the abs nce of any deer and that Bob Lee may will h call- Â¬ ed The Trapper and John Whist Leather Stockli g Tom Cobb Hawk eye and that Will Itabb shall justly be called Tathfinder Returning to their homes they enjoy the comforts of civilizition more than ever before they can study now with much more zeal but ofteu they may ba seen telling other boys of the great fuu they had playing White Indians Â¬ Â¬ old people aro sitting close to a few coals of fire in their little gratea woman and n man with sad old laces and snow w hio hair Father do you remember that to Â¬ morrow is Thanksgiving 1ny and tt o twenty sixth of Isoveniber Why mother how conl 1 forget our boys birthday Yes and only a few more las and Uuy will have been go no ten years that will mako him thirl -- no years old tomorrow if he is still living The mothern tears are fallit g fast as sho replies Yea yes ten long weary years of waiting but something tolls me even now that I shall live to behold my boy again my handsome Guy ho will cotnu back to his old parents I know hn will and her voice dies away in the Bob she is powerless to withhold Th n si lently thoy sit thinking of the gy and hopeful youth who left them so long eg in tho days ol their prosperity He was their pride and they spared neither trouble nor money to fit him for any sphere in life which he might be called upon to occupy But he had no taste for business and wished to travel so they let him gi thinking that a few months would lire him aud that lie would return a willing slave to business but ho had not yet returned Ten years ago James Willis was a rich mau and lived with his happy family in a lovely home of their own At that time their little daughter Nellie was a beautiful child eight years old while her brother Guy was twenty one Guy thougut Louisville too small for him and longed with all of a boys impatience to see the world and at the ago of twenty one he bade home and friends a joyous good bo aud started on n trip to South Africa intending to visit the diamond fields of that country Mother At parting he had said when i am a rich man I will return to you on Thanksgiving and you may givd With a me a grand birthday dinner gay laugh he sprang into the carriage which bore him to tho train Since then misfortunes had fallen thick ami fast in the business life of Mr Willis ono crash afteranother until they w re foictd to give up the beautiful home and rent the folorn looking little cottage standing so bleakly on the bank of the Ohio Then Hckiuss completed the week and they were reduced to want depending solely on their young daugh Â¬ ters small earnings from a ifew poor pay music pupils for support During all these years no tidings of their wandering boy ever reached them and the mothers yearning heart grew 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ fQtVVVVVVft THANKSGIVING TURKEY WHITTKN IIV 8 WIIK ItOllKKTHON IIKNDKANK KY THANKSGIVING glad I nm I Day is coming To think tho timo will soon bo hero When woll havo turkey ham And as wo think about it Our mouths with water fill At thoughts of such a turkey As wo aio going to kill No finer fowl is in tho laud No other struts so proud No gobblo half so tunoful liko 4 4 4 4 4 41 4 4 41 4 Nor clear nor long nor loud Ho never dreams that hungry mouths Will swallow turkey meat Liko Cuban waters swallowed up A mighty Spanish fleet 4 4 4 4 4 4 41 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I publish this that he may learn That death Is near at hand And try to live so ho will reach A bettor turkey land A land where 4 41 41 41 turkeys daily strut Through fields of golden grain Grasshoppers bugs and other food As thick as pattering rain 4 4 4 Tho twenty fourth woll feast and live And try to happy bo Arid hope that every turkoys soul Is glad woll set it free 4 4 4 41 4AA4444i444 41 t t t t THANKSGIVING DAY 3 6 6 The Puritan Spirit of True Thankfulness Observance of the Day Our Own 3 J t t t t t t m iini J d d Â¬ j t t ivi J Â¬ i 9 liv Â¬ 9 1 -- 1 Â¬ J06 Â¬ 1 OASTORIA I THANKSGIVING WISHES T Â¬ v Breckenridge WEDNESDAY NOV News 13 ANOTHER I 1898 r tiae WHAT TUG Jy ROMANCE Â¬ A Valuable Dog One of the greatest St HernardfancleiH in thin section o tlio country la WM Hub erts of Leitchfleld Grayson county Hh has several magnificent sppclmeug of this typo of the canine race nnil ho re- Â¬ cently Bold one to A S Gardner nf that town for 05 and has au of lor of 125 for Presents For Our Customers charge With each purchase we will issue a coupon and when the coupons amount to the following sums they will be redeemed at our store for the Tables For Coupons amounting to For Coupons amounting to For Coupons amounting to Stephen Brockman White Proves to Be An Enoch Arden Afler An Absence ofThlrty Years He Rr turns to Find the Wire of his Youth Married to her Third Husband the other Dr lledreiws up fttunning Hut neglect to carry a llaslc of budge a wotthy police Juge We Vhoug itntl quail hasn grudge Anil when he kom gunning We have purchased a beautiful line of Stand Tables from the largest manufacturer of Tables in the United States and are going to present them to our customers free of m Thl eel pneumonia or Infl immatlon of the lung cbntted remedy will cute n couch or cold promptly It is the best medicine Tor nil kinds of lung trcuble and costs but JJ cts a bottle Balls Cough Syrup prevonts Wants a Meeting At tho meeting of tlit last County Suuday schcol Union the following per sons were selected to act as an executive F X Morris Eskriduo committee DHuy Andrew Crawford J H Hern don II II lloskinson and H H Mc Mullen President Dabbano would like to havo a meeting of this committee Promptly Paid Checks were last week mailed to each of the one hundred and nineteen County Superintendents and the School Hoards of the various counties and eitits for Tho teachers anlarits up to date promptness of Sherifls has enabled tho Treasurer to pay in full for the diet timo in five years The sum aggregates 300 000 Red Hot From the Gun Was the ball that hit O B Steadtnan of Newark Mich in thb Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment Then Bucklens helped for 20 years Cures Cuts Arnica Salve cured him Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Best Pile cure on earth Skin Eruptions 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Short Haynes Druggists Died little Lin Dutechko Taul Sleep on in thy beauty thou sweet angel child lly sorrow unblighted by sin nndefilid Like the dove to the ark thou hast flown to thy rest From the wild sea of strife to the home of the blest daughter of Nat and Nannie Taul agd three years and two months It was only a Few short months since they laid to rest their first born little Ethel Weep not dear father and mother your darlings are Fnfe in His fold Oct 28th real Enoch Arden story comes from Ohio county Thirty years ago Stephen Brockman White a prominent young farmer married Mary tho daughter of Col Kit White a well known man whose home was near what is now thetowuofShreve They lived happily until about two years after the wedding when they had h little quarrel The next morning he left the house on au errand to a neighbors and did not come home Nobody eaw him or heard of him and tho general opinion was that he had been killed and his body thrown in the creek No trace of His wife him could ever be found mourned liim for seven years and be Â¬ coming convinced that he was dead mar- Â¬ ried Jonathan Italey a wealthy farmer who made a handsome settlement on her He was 77 years old and after living seven years he died Still White was not heard from Mrs Haley was still comparatively young and hand somer than ever and another fanner named James Kzell wooed and won her They were married and for twelte jears lived happily and White was not heard from Tuesday a handsome man past mid Â¬ dle age rode up to the Ezll home and asked if he could get dinner He wan invited in and afttr tho meal was over ho caught Mrs Fzelle eye and asked her if she did not know him She replied that she did not and then lie told her that he was her long lost husband She simply and coolly replied I never would imvu known you That was all she said A little wliile afterwards the two men went out in the yard and talk Â¬ ed the matter over They aitreed to let her chcoju the one she would live with She decided very promptly I will live with Jim she said White remained at home an hour or so and rode off He spent the night with a neighbor and an- Â¬ nounced his intention of returning soon to the West where he eas lie has lived for nearly thirty years and where ho has prospered fairly well A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-do tfVfC marked If that old goyser has any dough on him when he gets home his wife wont know him from a mince pie Henry Stader was watch lug a convivial man satisfy his appetlto the other night The conviyial man had A Hardwood Tabic witli top 15 n glass square Inst swallowed sandwich of a beef a of couple of cloves a piece lemon rind and when he For Coupons amounting to had finished Henry re 500 1500 inches A Beautiful Oak 2500 top 20 in An Extra Fine Mahogany Top Table with brass feet Top 24 in squaro CALL AND EXAMINE OUR Stand Table square For Coupons amounting to 1000 A Handsomo Card and Lamp Stand 10x11 in and 32 in high 2000 A New Oak Stand TABLES THAT ARE GIVEN FREE with 21 in top and nicely finished There is a young man named Vet Who la very prone to jest Hut he will Jest not When ou say Chestnut Dr Simons will tell ou the rest WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Tinware Notions Dry Goods Groceries Hardware kensware Soots and Shoes and Mil A popular young couple met with quite an cm harassment at a meeting in church the other night Thev arrived late and look- Â¬ ing over the house saw that every seat was occupied with the exception of two nw ay up front After a little hesitation thoy made their wav toihe apparently vacant seats only to find them occupied by two small children whose presence had been concealed by the high harks of the pews While they were standing thro in em bnrrasanient the minister unconsciously gave out the appropriate hymn of Stand up stand up for Jesus l Â¬ We will not be undersold We ask an examination of our Clothing before you purchase your Winter Suit or Overcoat SHELMAN VIGOROUS DENIAL Did Populist Candidate Want to Beat Smith CO -- Irvington Ky Splendid good at remembering the Main Is jcnial jolly Frank Payne Hut he is so stupid lies He wont call Cupid To teach hint to love some sweet Mary Jane II Not Many a household is saddened by deal h because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as One Minute Cough Cure See that your little ones are protected against emergency Short Haynes Wedding at Fordsvllle Mr Chan O Beard and Miss Abbie Smith of Fordsvllle were married last Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Johb T Smith Jr Tho ceremony was performed by IJev T J KatclilT after which Mr and Mrs Beard left for a bridal trir Mr Beard is a prominent young business man of Fordsvllle and is very popular His bride is a handsome and talented young lady and is well known in Breckenridge county Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke lour I lie Auaj To quit tobacco easily and foicverbe mag netlc lull of life nerve and vigor take the wonder worker that malies weak men strong All druggists GOc or ft Curo guaranteed Booklet and sararilo free Address Sterling Itemcdy Co Chicago or Now York You Should Enow What Hoods Sareaparilla has power to do for those who have impure and impoverished blood It makes the blood rich and pure and cures scrofula salt rheum dyspepsia catarrh rheumatism nervousness If you are troubled witli any ailment caused or promoted by im- Â¬ pure blood take Hoods Sarsaparilla at Â¬ OJce Hoods Pilm are prompt and eflicient easy to take easy to operate Board Weatherford HES Mattingly A BANKRUPT the Glendeane Blacksmith Large Liabilities Has Wm T Mattinglv of Glendeane this county filed a petition in bankruptcy Friday afternoon in the Federal court at Owensboro Mattinglv is a blacksmith The liabilities are -- 000 and the assets 213 The principal creditors are S Caye Co Louisville 800 Wilson Jolly Jolly Station 875 The assets consist of household goods etc which are exempt A Queer 1 Medicine There is a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some hitherto unknown ingredient or that it is a cure all This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases and that its ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best It for Kidney and Bladder Diseases is Foleys Kiduey Cure A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shollman Stephens Haynes Patesyille E port Gordon A Witt Hardlnsburg UGLY Kobert Weatherford Jr member of the Son leading firm of Weatherford merchants of Harued Ky was quietly married at the home of the bride Mrs Fannie M Board to MissKatio P Board The marring was quite a surprise to the public As it was only known to a few of their acquaintances and in the pres ence of it try limited number of their many friends Tlio ceremony was quite au impressive one wnich was solemniz- Â¬ ed thr Hev Jas T Lewis IrvingtonKy Mr Weatherford is not only a model energetic business man but specially The noted for his social attainments bride was one of Garfields fairest and wus one of the leaders of the highest social circle while the bride was not only a beautiful and attractive one but she possesses the intelligence and energy Immediately to make it useful wile after the ceremony they returned to the home of his parents where au elegant and sumptuous supper was awaiting the couple and u few chosen guests viz Mrs A L IMd Louisville Misj Nannie Fisher Glendeane Miss Nannie Board Allie and Everett Weatherford Mr and Mrs I B Payne Mat P Payne George Gray C S Board and Mr and Mrs Jas N Payne Mr and Mis Weatherford will make their future home at Harned Their many frieuds extend their congratulations and hope to see their future crowned with brilliancy and sunshine Â¬ Â¬ On Tuesday eye at 330 Nov 15 Mr getting AMBITIOUS Gus Richardson a Candidate Treasurer for State CASE COMPROMISED The Hlnet Renfrow Breach of Promise Case Settled Since II A Somraers of Elizabeth town has decided not to be a candidate for State Treasurer our friend and couutymau the Hon Gus W Richard sou upon the uigrint solicitation of a great number of ids most prominent Democratic friends from all over tl e state has decided to become a candidate tor that place sas the Meade County Messenger bject of course to the will of his party No inau iu tlte Btate has done more hard effective work tor his fc At Hartford Ohio county last week in the case pending in the Ohio Circuit Court of Emma Hiuea vs Claude Iten frow for breach of promise of marriage Judge Owen set the 2600 judgment aside and since then the use lias been compromised together witli the cases of the Common wealth vs Claude K- nfrow in two cbub and the Commonwealth ve Warren Hnes by Mr ltiiirow paying 500 and each party pays the cost of their respective sides By Uh compromise some ugly cases have gotten out of court that ought to never have been brought into the Court Homo The Beit Flatter piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the afJected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with a pain in the chest or side or a lame back give it a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm is also a certain cure For sale by A It Fish Â¬ for rheumatism er Cloverport It A Shellmau Steph ensport A Â¬ party at any and all times and his gieas popularity where ever known and which is all ovtr the stuto will make him u most formidable candidate Itight no w we predict ids nomination by an overwhelming majority How to Prevent a Gold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose Honey and Tar It Fisher Cloverport Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates ville E A Witt Hardinsburg of Foleys never falls A It It A Shellmau GARFIELD visiting here this week Mr Paul Compton and Irvle Kichard sou went to Ekron Suuday Mrs Roy Simmons and son will move to their farm in a few weeks Mrs Thoinai Bandy and son Ginger ylsited friends here last week Mr Ed McGolIln moved to our town last week We extend a hearty welcome to the young couple Miss Nannie Board rcciveda nr box of eatables from Rock Vale on 0 oclock train Mrs A L Read aud daughter of Louis- Â¬ ville is I he guest of Mrd F M Board aud family Miss Nannie Fisher of Glendeane came up Sunday to attend the Board and Weatherford wedding Ml s May Olaycomb of Irvington who has been visiting relatives here returned home last week much to the regret of the Professor R v II OTruman of Fordsvllle is Test The biBliop of London has directed his caudidati s for orders al ways to preach on a subject not a text and to apply them Â¬ selves not to abstract questions but to actual problems which they know are felt by those to whom they are speaking A New If you are euQering from drowsiness in the day time irritability of temper sleep less nights general debility headache and general want of tone of the system use UEKUINK You will get relief and finally a cure Prico 50 cts A It Fisher OASVOXIXA iwM Was Bean th he Wn- l e Eugene Vest was asked by a charming young lady the other His Reply to Charges of a Grayson day What is a philosopher Democrat 1T answered A philosopher Is a person who is Gene thankful or tin tnintm lie McDaniels Ky Nov 17 1SH8 didnt get Editor BiiECKKNninat News 1 hopo you will kindly al- Â¬ Detir Sir low rao to mako n few statements in re- Â¬ ply to the nice letter from tho 1alla of John 1helon dearly loves a joke And laughs at Emit Xoltea master Hough correspondent last week stroke The writer says that I made the state Â¬ ment hiring tho campaign that I was That ancient old pun making the raco to defeat Dave Smith That furnished Noah fun About the dummy who picked up a I wish to state that I neyer made such a hub and spoke remark in my life He refers to me as having been an ollice holder in another county under Republican regime Whether or not this statement is true can be easily ascer Â¬ Bob Mattingly of Ball from the records of Henderson town was iu the city tiie tained county other day I was reared a Democrat and voted Bob is Bteckenridge countys most famous the Democratic ticket until the Peoples He is supremely Party was organized when I became a wair happy when he can say to tho other fel- Â¬ Populist I was connected with the ollices of the low Thats a horse on you Bob called in at the News office J D Sheriff and Assessor of Henderson coun- Â¬ Babbngo was at the desk deeply engrossed ty for nine years under Democratic ad- Â¬ ministrations aud as a Democrat Aud in figures Bob asked Was Board hi re today if there ever was a Republican elected in Heudeison county it was before I was Mr Babbage born or since I lelt there The guiding star of the News inquired He goes on to say that I am a wolf n What Board My brother I am yelled Bob as he dodged sheeps clothing Clapboard an ink bottle thrown by the irate editor truly glad that tno Savior hasnt yet op pointed you to judge me at the final wind up of time So far as my political record is con cerned I can say with a clear conscience Manager Cerf has goods to sell thut I never cast but one Republican vote And many stories good to tell in my life and that one wus for W E Hut when he gets humorous Dockery of this place for assessor and All of his numerous at the same time I voted for F K he make Kriends remark Dont Rhodes Democrat for sheriif Tht v cracks welll weio both my friends my patronB and my neighbor and both o them being good men I lay down party aud paid my neighbors a complimentary vote a vote Two politicians stood in which I have never denied or boon the front of Lishena meat mark- Â¬ ashamed of aud this isvote only time I et the other day discussing ever cast u Republican I do not understand why any man results of the election One of them looked up should think I was running in tho interand paw a dressed turkey est of Blanford and to defeat Dave hanging on a hook He re Smith The Peoples Party in this district has marked to bis compaulon Held and placed The fato of that turkey reminds me every four nominees in the time the Democrats were elected very much of diaries Blanford with the exception of four years ago asked his companion How so out ol Both of them trot it in the nock was when our candidate- dropped elected tiio race aud the Republican wus the reply No I was not running iu tlio interest of either Smith or Blanford I was rep Â¬ resenting principles which 1 believe Reub Miller hates the cussed Goeliel should be incorporated into the laws of CiSj Vl hill our country if it is to be saved from a He thinks it a nighty bitter pill monorchia form of government Hut If he was a Democrat We are all citizens of the United States You could bet anew hat our interests ore the same we love our think the law filled the That hed families our homes our couutry and its bill flag And if we are good citiz us we place all ol these things above partisan ship aud God above all This abuse is not unexpected when I It was in the parlor of a cer- Â¬ look back over the history of past aes Hardinsburg home and see what all reformers havo und r xStf tain The lights wore turned low gone Still hope never dies in the heart and onlv the occasional lUme of a true soldier of God and humanity leaping from the backlog in the There may come periods of depression fire place illuminated the apart- when the soul is cast down by the slan ders and abuBO of IiIb eueraies or the ment She looked at him reproach- treachery of his friends when in the fully and said gathering gloom of di eolation his heart Dearest you say you love me and may be almost crushed by the sutlerings But these only m rve him me alone you say vou never loved of humanity another and yet I have seen you mak Â¬ for more heroic actions for nobler deeds and greater sacrifices ing dpperate love to five other girls You answered he The men whose genius mark the prog Yes darling dont think Id tackle such a prize bb you ress of the humau race wtre unpopular in their day Fulton was derld d Watts do you without a little practice Harey was ridiculed was hooted Columbus was loaded with chains Sen Â¬ eca was made to drink the cup of puisou aud Jesus Christ was nailed to the cross The Hon Hob Jolly is after a plum Am I Then why Bhould I murmur For the county clerkship he Is greater than these No I am only one of hunkering some the boys in tho trenches battling for If his pole broke that wlilcu i neiievo 10 ne rigii uuu lor Hed be In a poke the welfare of all good citizens even for And the prise to him wouldnt the one who has bo cruelly misrepre Â¬ come sented me without cause aud then fin ished by saying lie would do unto others as he wished to be done by My dear Glovrrj oit has one fair sir you must havo lost that good thought daughter who has the when you weie calling me a wolf iu military fever bad She sheeps clothing if there is a mail iu his uses military parlance in county who cau show whore I have mis her daily conversation treated him it will be found o be au and as she la bright and error of the head aud not of the heart You atkud me to iro hide iuy head iu witty she gets off some the frauds of the desert My brother I yery nice bon mcts She was at tralzas can not do that having never hid my store the other day and Fred Fralze all face or name I am still here at McDaniels still Btniles and urbanity was there to wait ou advocating tho principles of the Peoples her Party bucIi principles as would teach a she asked Got any mustard little child the Fatherhood o God and No I am sorry to say we are out the Brotherhood of Man I believe it said Fred So you are mustered out too was will all come right some time Some where in the economy of the universe the fair young damsels comment Â¬ there is honor for tho champions of right We found the tree of liberty hern when we ciime into the world and I liniu to nee it standing when I leave We found tho picred torch of freedom burning and should keep it Pghted passing it down to future generations I belinve in the Until triumrh of right nnd that justice will yet rule the earth Political parties may come and thoy iniygi force and fraud may rule for a lime but I believe that eventually riht will rule the world nnd the ht arts of men Therefore instead of bowing mv head in shame as vou nsked me to do I feel inspired to make a more iieroic fight than ever before I see good men in both old parties be Â¬ come so full imed against each other over paitv nominees and ihsueB that they re sort to all sorts of vile slander and abuse instead of reasoning together and die cuesing the principles of the parties to see which is tho best for all mankind Now my dear brother when you gt all this malice nnd slanderous abuse out of your hr art if o wish to diecuss tiie principles of a true government just let inn know and Ill be there Yours for tho right Â¬ Opportunity All of the personal effects belonging to the Estate of the late James S Bcavin will ue sold at public outciy to the highest bidder on the prem ises of deceased 1 mile southeast of Balltown R II Mc1uimv What Shall We Do A terious and dangerous disease pre- Â¬ vails iu this country dangerous because so deceptive It comes on so slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated before we nro aware of it The name of this disease which may be divided into three diBtincts stages is First Kidney trouble indicated by pain in the back rheumatism lumbago fre Â¬ quent desire to urinate often with n burning sensation the flow of urine be Â¬ ing copiriri or Bcant with strong odor If allowed to advance this reaches tho Second stage or Bladder trouble with heavy pain iu the abdomen low down between the navel aud the water pas sage increasing desire urinate with scalding sensation in passing small quan tities being passed with diflicultv some Â¬ times necetsary to draw it with instruments If uric acid or gravel bus formed it will prove dangerous if neglected Tho Third stao is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Â¬ Â¬ t- Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Dee 10 This Property consists of Corn Hay Oats Tobacco Lumber Farming Implements Etc Everybody is invited to attend the sale as it is a rare opportunity to secure Good Bargains JOSEPH W MULLEN Administrator te Â¬ Kilmer the great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam- Â¬ ous for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ WHEN YOU NEED Lumber Paints and Oils Drills Fertilizers Wagons Buggies Plows Blount Wagons And anything in the Farm Machinery and Implement Line OALL ON 4 i mers Swamp Root It Is sold by all druggists As a proof of tlio wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root a sam ple bottle and book of valuable informa- Â¬ tion will be sent absolutely free by mail on application to Dr Kilmer Co liiug When writing kindly bamion N Y mention that vou read this liberal oiler iu the BitKCKBNitiDUK Nkhs Â¬ IRVINGTON R S BANDY KY Â¬ building n handsome mortuary chapel in Greenwood cemetery Brooklyn has ap- pope for a dispensation to fiealed to the it consecrated according to the rites of the Roman Catholic church Constipation prevents tlio body from ridding itself of waste matter Da Witts Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cine Sick Headache Biliousness Inactive Iiver aud clear the Complex- Â¬ ion Small sugar coated dont gripe or cause nausea Short Haynes Â¬ John Wants a Dispensation Mackay the millionaire who is SlMife5r mtcm i jm- - w SxIUa i ii rr s pc -- UAV i ir Hy I1C4U4 nthwCity fS n- - Â¬ Â¬ ya mu m aaaaaaavaaaa Â¬ vSJouisVilleKy AAAAAAAvvvvvvAvAAAvAAAAA Â¬ i A Brief Sketch The career of James J Hill tho north- Â¬ western railway magnate has been thus summarizd Age fifty years parentage Scotti IrUh birth Canadian initial salary 60 cents a day present income 0000 a day Â¬ V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Working Night and Say The busiest and mightiest little thing was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill la a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakuesi into strength lUHtwnesa into energy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Short Hay Practice in ail the Courts Hancock in Breckenridge Counties Meade and that ever Â¬ Â¬ Chums collected Mortgages Notea Lions nnd other securi- Â¬ ties enforced nnd tho monoy turned ovor promptly Divorcos Interest in estates carofully look- Â¬ Deporiitions taken securod ed into Contracts Deeds and othor legal papors typo written iits Amateur Conjuror CHARGES REASONABLE Henry Havemoyer the sugir king finds a hobby in amateur conjuring at which he is an expert and has the beat collection of apparatus in the country OFPIOBS Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Ofllce Cloverport Â¬ PEPSIN YRUPINDIOCSTION H CURES CALDWELLS Ml yyyyyyWVWWVVWWWWWWWWAWWWMMAWlW r HNt RBSEV3 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D A2CD THtBifir -- aont rf i f ufctat ti JUtpiir V Am wh RvxTON WuAkiu Hun SbtkMitiMtaitfWin V G BABBAGE Sditors aad Proprietors 1 X--- via Is hen VB irwt fowvtgH6- - oktioi A Common WEDNESDAY XOYMS Ahh mil SfAtnn Mitit jMifAt- - - Mr Mil Ktk 5iit irr InxHtflf m 4 rdtiitrit n 1hiihiH 3Ut i T Iitvui- ikiif itfltiMMl kit irnmfl ni id Wttowt HMrfvtn mil if ainvr in - fk WE TOO Are diankfulfor the many good things that it hxs been our faie to enjo unable to deal out jHtHlh Cold jS iai3 tinnminn nartfltsssnuisf wo miAH a onniliniiflntm nz tmc tmimpb 1 fltrfj jilyiumim As Ifiulmc fikfll nf BIGHT PAGES JLCCQRDLSV TO JSV Tut CstKrf rTai smri on Wt xiuw 3n5IMll 4rt iTi in w- Xri Okti- - Sai Kijff i JC bam 3lttiirtf 114 Mr TiriM4 kmiui flmrt llintr 3iir imMii and while we are RlS ZXcZLLEST GXE ITXZSS A um ciu KHm Mk Bitfirr iJ iji liirt At aplM M4 MJTrttaf ntnrtrr umt Lit Stud AhiuAf jmlw iht hnmCJ it cupinia HMi 4iai tiMtttucfv rf aVt i 0rfHiiinL iui tift aa au Jtrs lio a 4e Gur4nr rf atai fur iinii VrtflUnir r WB Gurintir At Tim TTiaV i i ifiiiatef i At Jffiwf 1 Ut t dnmumi iwc ltjaniss rtiK Jai8 prmr Onnnint jfs At miflil X Z sjh rarffliasoifiKJ 3tfCvsifai jiarinrrBnif rrf emnfjb- i MUt w a icrurt rf mtwir wmir wit Mt Till HI iMN k MTt lAniir IHr MW hr iflt tfl ll AiifTfrw flirtt ttetmltHi mr Jl anu tan jt ii Vtttm mr umf if fmtmt aucathj Tat is At vrtf ill t illtl M iltij 1lHB vtni rtHatllClitBL JklfH It huwt ll iq ktiC tltiml cbueoKt HULtoaf Au tarn At crok erf A ytitr iu rt ipsa snKijhSwS j viim it 3ij Vi v TUMSmc iiitnriT vi neirt rn tlmif t iwt CBucr jirnH- ut ii SuiSm tdinai At arefiCT orf ait-- la At Sjcsar 3usrt tusKittTfd- - la At Sobbm fiim mum Al itiitniH lifi h B Xmi trrianH tTfikifl ia ituaat prasaaatt wirA paae la At imnnb 4t iirt iraii Etc ti tail Mjtk CttariM- rt itri f m jq Wrout crAf until a tiufi rr UiMitil tLht inai- - v Sacrta f tsriMfi m r4iviar crtairittf ia uaniAifi tilt mi InituAni Stnifiii ta ftuiti vwiti Mj iai Kr TarreaftrtmK An ItatrA ismE hrtujAli Ai pwe iua4 At- iVafbiaiaBiis Tfjjak Tat 1 of At rtttr kf tHia rtvirit in rjf if 4I1 LiitMttiilr mj thWtifutttd rkb l 2tiifwrt orf jtwtffitcafrr Au isAnii aaiitts km risunt M 4nrtKif prtc irlitiirinilr ataA JltTls Irtcrlf WiM Bttf- trjttA iif tia fit Jcumri Jtiiur rt tiiU rai A iittm aild Tarrv At auAaii fakS f fcuiir siir iihUamuti j prit rtit r infi jiLrsarf JjiTf n tmi MLi iCTLTi aiif TtAm t win Ut rtsi JW uU liif ua riirtnl Ai i 4afar4ctd x wmftott at Mataieaatr tad ioji Ivjaor jW a At 5wtfy jkv 3hit 3v j rii it jut i TtZu2 SUaMfiAf W hiS WklJwfai jflt Lrt aniy tl in iiiir fcruir num Oaly h 7atniator km4 iA xis i aiioi 3t 4T t u Stc rnt Jt Joum w Tit r3lriWT CUt wflicpn Suwwiiijr IVwisAHif Roast I rt j Roast auiYt JA- - xiaeiMoijHti- - iiHiDini turn j wui Tvu Jam Hue 3EaHi5 Ihajg triraftik jtachajis twii- - n 4iaM Mir Mum liar intait an w Iitttmr dtiM K- - run- - titmr4ir 11tiMn B attcc uwtf u 3 wttiffltic nnfflft liuf Imfi JVrrta U i ier f ftf rf ate niit iuit nta uriat 3uinf t1 f a oKffiwm eflS i nfl5f -- ii jcnurt J i luff Turkeys 3 at id -- l if At 3atrt r ft aW Turkeys that Htl ttH 11UW -- -- rufi lormcks sail if Oinr 5nr jcfScrBifiS jfiymraanr- isiafiilT t5art a2rdflfc m If - 3 T Tt uiE liw iJvtw inm jcureii niiitrt 5t irilaJili Jir thf ruri of oiilflfc tsanb iai S T wyr frmz laT- iw irufr Ctur T nstnnfl I - itn To the public at large we will in place of T ti - - TiuacitrTrafitr fSBKaar fibsld aatd raiatwd iif iafiic4d lisn t yaai of AuatariatHf uad l M WI i fr kf s lifaKtVid lii Jtaa imtn Btirt tmit Jftttr yciift -- inf iiuc finaJn nihrv il - Agers Cftcrrg Pceioral if upwyri offer in the future as in the past some of the newest and best goods for the lowest prices ever named in Cloverport and vicinity DRESS GOODS Si iotiL SEPARATE wc inniit ifMirt 3iat 3 Hiit oicii JiHta HiM vinti vtil lit fi iwrj-- - liiiaa wf am l orf n ti- anntif if T5MiitlJ IrfH RrnlK Gici tJ D Ji1 --5 25ci 5g- 4Ut ftrt ffM4H pit t hut rtTjtvaic Jbt trkU At juifiitar SwwtfMft utit hSwt inc ic x iii jitHBDia tf aiu Tijhhiu C TiUSL 7TE I Trjcii tti id cittiC I xj ruoiviti2 irnne Uit Tntfitj HUl TB5- - fti JLrt aii2f2stlitAifc 3oltil GitiiitU AID TiuliBt Bitch f itjadi odIt Mdil wfchi -r- rt Ttiir iiu iB Aiiiii-w t iikifiiiirf- - I if mcrjiufi Jbt facet rfiicmf w 5 aoi i dbLimni si tii Jbt zui o aezti trat iits f 4sr 3l- rJJ erf jm fUi- tlHSBikllWIW Ill MTIUlll L nunwAii nut imtsitiHi it rirsuicimtt OJoii Ontita HHinrif imr l JirM liKun ciin iJiit W T K iii sin- J6wti8it aiiBiHa Lic i MiaanofHiii ix Cmiiui 51 ft uiii TUi inn uflmrfin i 1 usi tiKiuU ia 1 vii f HMift MLrf Ciruttlit- at Hit-- ftaiIBlUa llDHOl Hi itutiiit uufi Jffiw 3Sci 3taittctia n Jtr K t Wij L vjj if Prwififartittrc in JWfee 3trjiAnr in lrnkxirMir 1lt- sit9Hip nr - 3EWLEYVHLE TMif Jl Bralw xiuhae 22- 4cct jad ac trtK -- rk m Fancy Brocaded and made only A SKIRTS A nicely trimuiel full hteck zvt Moreen Tiros filart uia i -- rituilitc ij JL 3j Jllind- - it vju m w - t tftfc ut itrriti ImK 5i4i Hturi - 4imt tatif cm BclUJj Regular value Bay- Â¬ in all size onr prin e only Kf H iirxitttc Hcnum on Ihmj in1- p- ou Jitir tnrinir uii rtfT lias tttieDu iiuutk ui txiiiruffinait laariit iit liatjtii An Mi viiMti tfta L5Jlt c Jim aituuifirt xe Jt sinew tfi unM iit u it n tune vtrt iiroftiit juj vti Tanic iilfri trf ann tilt itcc diiiit v ix run t tii bfwtninc i Iit Tiiiiiihtirrraiir nn jft vA tit- iin ut At 5t4f rf ffiU3ETt l JBL2T iliTt iti 1ilitih hkii 11 3ii aSi sninuiir tt nnftc niH t tn tumtw 3iit ttac wuSj i Hlitihi vu c ttict miwa Wn t nun virrt ikui unt ytw I in pit ki Ch4 im a Ivrvt nrtntfM iinirii HMrra Snciitij liiMiLiiiit numur ii mJtti Aareil A hL aii im anr t tlt rtf ss Tinc nnt tait Jficutmniic m tiHti nil jirtuittti At usszctimi Tffii tiit4uiAt4fW umiit 1 iat if uArt rrcrvr trt fitii4 utvsi ttkiLT4 jrauniipuni nr vImh tl IiuLtc Kit Krpcit OLrvf imc Id Tziml Miar ja ixltit if Ui 1 iihk iit-- ibfcl aWdi bjlxj erf nj uiD tc i twuk chii uii At liuJhsi wf aaiui ik- jl SfiiTiuitri imt ir Cuvc latt cunt ia Owrrtm inMiLTt -1 jVSrvi siMitiu ttiu naft 2iiir lint tt wttOid ttit- niiHtiitm Aiw ut nut v njai Jbu is iarBier citnnjAst oair viA ii iMtcf ix At fuiuJT uiLtt 1 ua ivaidtt riHK wriiamti tut una 1 jmiiU tttf tiwifi rz ycj iC3ii jtat vil caraiw i ibtitcikebt Iks At jt Lrptiw Lit ifnr tuii ut ipt crtta Biiui l CHmiisiut ia iinr xutirt vliti - suLt mzrzt Ls ji tnisn LnuidittUT iiaA Awl if rjAaa a i4caM At as erf 5citj erf itf 4rt f riH -- btt iunmir it jt nriie in tjus wva -- a3ta tv -imal IlriisiMsn iutinrtirj 11 nuftu- ui f Aa itnf rsr srcntift Aw H5f clE Uiw tiiiitiicf t i uaim nt viraii TUit ic Orite Olirji t tiiuir u lit CrifC At iia ii itrt ti Juaic liit aurfii 1 uivLuiiii aj iiiinimau 1 jo int t idart feoal4 id van ut tt A 5iitc f Jt mtnit vtoci xl iijijiiHirt it Tiittii itrftijifiatrrt iiuaruljci t ruArii awe- At Jcii TSwtrtt v40 itTt i VXat tiufltiaitac nut n wcr t- i tcnjitiumit v 2iiiot1 njiiimt ictiKin Iiesmtsuuj GnA rtauit Tbt jjbwitipt Am t3 i ix At 1 ttrn aiwnaiic aiit rtfcirn Wit rtufi iiM4 if lami-anaVtS-flC-Jerf lLSCai ii iiuc anu tti iiftfo- 3it it i iiiiLiipt m in- - lirimrifl iSnu -- riuturtiiTi vut irnt iriiiniiitfl Wi A r iiSH untnW JLrt Uit tutu vjii Hint ia Tltr nr ri uim tvHCUi i jBtn v tvt jL tcuu TT Lrt f iscaiUT l CSuaCTi Mi r iiimit tin Wuuj cirt L vtrj miuir ummc u 44utt 3U mi nJil- m u mum ytiuiir la liiit iipnrr ta At 4nj v inifi 11 iiit luimriui luiiiitt 11J mitctc Iipm lmu fiur tiiit ta onsaic inc tjhb Xutn Tik ut ln pftim iwn w yni VUKti Af rrrrus ftAtci 1 aeaturt linn tt we jrnit 2iit jjliruTi is iiit- 3 T EC imt Sita uffr finiv tttiiiu wirtiair in iiii h lie ajiHr- - anKn iriia ju ii mti Aii tHH t iMrT j Aus ziati tzrmMC ka At Jiiun of tait Jnuwin 1 tait KMittt iasrtt u t toim- ce iiriiniiiiii Jiit nt rttn Lcrfi taz tSat rkiiaa orf o cttaKt iu r trtftun Brsistiti lmt iivij jctiutitif -- LtifMi Hu fiix aiirtA aivtj Mi bit ifeuHit Fr- - iVrulur viln- V 140 185 i Ttrj lf Tit ns i 3rvi BiuiiEiiit M it iltt tbt int- llifa tim twdi miunjir Idas Lbil y mthBr vu JfwUt t iia i v it it CPES AHO JACKETS A nicp Kjv 3aajcjB iuh vwh Atrakan adere stripes latest rr Cloth Cape patterns well lined fall 5weep r gu va aei lar J or pric FiiMM- - TfbuuMdit imjraic K it JMlT 16 M ittt m ut phiiBk iBruutiiLiL j 111 - lfcait3ii Mu i 5 i Jl tt tn tt ciwB Jti T t rii b t- - r r oclr Rjlar value 25 cersre 0 Q I jJC 1 D 0 -- 5f iif rb ro t vt Ji vmuiit niiMtic 11 2in - jttait l Tttt 1 irntTiiirtiC ibtitiijiiiiH ut ki Ivimt- - i nit iwt mi-- jutniBKiti wee ft ivt j nurctid in v tit-- wtrt raww if Bm ITiibHi Hn ui Mtt Ami ki iluarfiii 111c 1 n4ir inn 7 nm jhm ijf j i t jiffi5 jtataifair rii -- fci OeaEiae l iautni lit y SI50 rl- nit tt Ota V a 3 SHrt nude op in trood nyle our price Cheap at 4 50 U tj i S350 4rfir4 1 if Jftirf i - jjc ii lutt i rit u Jt riu- irnrttla hi amjitiiumli iir aiiri- L tt tiz car roa BOYS CLOTHIXG uot d JLllS 11W ti L C1011 4iii SOiii iiWt j Jiiiirl OiiU-ltHr MIDI it Ui S350 toSIO Tivti uf At Tfry Dfirtrn Aiitc uit vt ict uitifidai Au At aiy fcc ftf Toaa ci j ta4rdD a A Lisilt P3bA Wruf naniutKi vriA Aasrecu Tm t jr niici ripcbf dtT zvuxak Tiitirt ji vf 3 flia1 rtfi uuti iAuiw Jt iUMlT- Kjt iiVllll lll - Vllt JT k Wlttf UR- Ut FU - nJ- - DHM1 t- n i i iint iiit lt 3 trf nntrnwuc uiu iwt wm mmrj - ir S1iwn - TiiLaTonTiitt Tit r44t4 zl of ra usiiiijGcrr tiHirai Ssrit ia At jiuoiiiiif 3i ifrBtii if t icest T5af tiftiBLf5l 15 T wdfi of ccrf if cv Aitcuupctj irfljiioiffit as if i Toecsb uiS uartf At ffttj fan Uifct inuu At ia erf rcwus itasi At i etf r xi fltuittafit iati At ftiarr i ytaAid fl jttrjfli Isu At fgirhrarf ptsr At itZiv zuii ts visii msn saiii s Kii trcyot mo La ipiuCj atainf Luar Sxx tc vciiifi tz it vi aev iuatrrt Char erf lvit -- tofuat At Au iu ifta ce- limit a itciccm At Atis li T rezaaa jqiS Ajtapt Satra te A tsr t Ct TtcH v a Jtiimt uii c At ytcntj erf Iff ut Ait i vtA itf ituB7T Mbj itait a Oiannittinut tuiiii iu a ui5 Af pt af irrair fnmcQuut th w nock hurs At cibs uiiif Aw - Minii St v auntjHit K n ui mhiu tl am Afiar At am iiuf 5hbj icecL lziS At nwsrr Tote At Otritiaii JfttTiitaFjiirifii Kiumt liHiiafit ji ICtv n wir Stoiiif fct oir5ae crfAtTjii rf fcnif cm fyw Af jubt erf Aiicf fitrAUT tzifi iptHrpa Iijniit liirtnjii 2Iaitat7 Ujf ittfc i fee Uif xruftisaii ruicuf At lffiiraiJl iM5tmi suhf sf HniiicLi Kiuminr - Sira CiiriiiuiL imtl wtn T puiii j iituiuuu mi Zhu j jut fee Jif forti w t firrv tii ia rws 1Tit 4 j OuaJic iui Itnnittiia vali si c At TTE3iit4 ltA vw let jas fRtrasif 2ii jwaai ii t i2 rai iiim i vstm si a erf tiufflitcitt sitvt- uRtiT jina iiBjrit lOHivcir jingurai id vnaito liUiimr Uit juaiuv t li Uit fi f lit in ar i t ilc tctac uttl liriHiuit ta Iron tlit Tiuiti --ftta-t Ctmiiui u itiU iiuiSLiw irtitoiui Uitj wt in Ix Uit Incrnc ic OtllOXUtlll Jiimvt e iron it sttt viimta tiiuiaictnt jiriHitiiti t al 3fliBina u Kiat ini Iidfit liiiwifc t jut fmt St Tiirc a Tj paiiu a liUniiuuiii jr - t mti tcur lCZS JXI JLTJCE ut i 1 j- puAfc utui K At iftttttZ ItiiLrfi Maiucrev jiustif k l aa THHt lUlttllU W1 Vff llfct SMit tfcui siikum Xf Jb nun mtiii irui wniii viiD Af ii4r At liti inm iit to n r ix m amttt aurf Aue Snf Vfita TcraittifiiifE cit itu tw nuH mii iicsiti a i Vicrsjuf erf iAtaeii J wsfe iifB wnnaauKWit irtajictnuc Yaa ctauini- A porjosi iaif- - jbu ut sf Ji v ui yinir e4ilfisB lani At raunsf via lh joe erf trenfaacf kj Af- hm urt fnwifi ta firAar ek ii cb Vto jc JtiffT a vii 2 cn itc it a At iort erf At viie eor as At- V3tft7 erf tuuifi eir riaacrr Als prfi Ht sf siLmec CSca- - A tcaki u aKey Ss t tce isiii yetorf y rkiUl xj iof a Aui n uu Tesrf iindl tt ikf Tftis UMI Sum Inniru 7 a iuf j Oimiruuii wie Twii i nt mi Mitiu Yc jt iirr ttae tiii iiiur fifciit ii1 an ria iit jhhuiiii tvh iitctit i idit jitc tiajt ji Wiiinuiir iititl Muliu iumt JL jiriiix juan Xhhuiu litiUij jiatcr iiytcu ytii tiuSrwt in Dtit nrnuiii stiu TUit - irv i Kiiinuiu StijrwxL u inwau ixamiit Sfvv Iiiiini jif n Wuiiunip rut ens Ttcuitat ntr int ic - ut j iiiuI tt clx titjaix lit tc ri4ai jitt tntvut MliiBuWI vnuit utitisiit mn i l iruniiii vimn L luHi ut it SmitiLuir uiit r n oil tm ni tniiirtiiiit Ilut vniniui niifitirwt vihi mtr um Kt mini unc uy uiiimf vtnt vtri uirptit vi it juiffiuuir Hit irnar n wiri jnit i nut mtrttqinuiiti Jxit inn it ii t uuritc mn it ttjftraiisna HURlUJltt titrr BTJiijiii Jiua tuc T II Slbt Imn igitH u tVt- - Triritwi uimoihiihi Hiinit id j tiut vi- tillwitl 4 1- - it mii Irut rift Ssnai v ut riititiC i witj tait to Ttc ic ti rim pJH iiui l 1 H II lit Himilli JlfH ItlllL ut lillt SViftrtiasj jim v jmj iuiniffi u tsrijit wu j iaimiii JliWL vitittdnp in utt iGdvt mt viifiit in tijri ttmu wrx ut --irri-i SloTti ta ia UitLr t ttu it luijit u it tiam- JIHI if JutililrtrtCti UBit titnc uEtMiuAi wamin ivtu Jtrj suiatir it amcai til ton ju ut jimittr- - tmnnitct tttm sc SucnroM tii ujumj A Xc Soil for Boy- fie T uvtcjun uiiut niria uutl lIhd iitut ui iuiartaiiirt3ic vitt ewit umitir MliiHiiiiitrtiiKtriw t t IJtul from focr to 1 riasiac in ji vjTt Hiimt viinrt tilit iitn iitftir JCrt r-- JL uit unfl tiirti ttf HuWbui -- 1 tc tarf nct all wool Wb jiu aTfiiimi W1 StuiififiKiitrr hu viurtif iinrrr Jfi t anr- iiir - tantriwif-itii- it- ut8 Lxentif Ieu1iik wax pric iii- 3S- ut i diimnituitnciiii Ix tijirt c iitc irt Wb ItH micit JJir Ct VJiiiU ti IT- - pihC II Hlt tw tituit ttiMf cirtiimt ui crime irttiSiiui v t W haadle the three piece Yetee Kinfi v tu imn vftit ini 2 n to iiiiuiuidtiLlji mtitit mix vtln rfdtm i m jaB 2 lit pmiti LiiitW 3 aurt bit uiitc t 1 iue 1 ui pt aiuaitc vut tttfjtfitiii Sails for boys aces Aree to eight ruirn iut liu i SjMtod 3 Kid X iittw- tLtui- suitvnnita irt umi tKCHiiii vslii viiui wuimtitr Jt diiuiictu ic Jrtufl tuiauLri tiHiitiitt ifitt jua Glowt fjiaiiu xcbA aioelv braided in col- mn-uiit tumurcixusnt tiTitStaiiif ic t ouat 1 XJBU erar jmctt HimilUlJl illT JUlt ItJ itlll 11 Ttlt XHIItiU Vltll 1 3lCt r WLrK it I UXZ IV Ml vtnj 1 WIU UtXll Altulf- II Vl IUtl4 Jt HUIKIJIC USllt niil Bays Ks Panu service ijit HJIHIU XIlUttH Jl Olllt4- - iitir tiuftttt jn JL s 3tnuitss ritit Btr Wiih jj jf nic 1 mn m lu hi v ut vtiiiiini- - iiiwtiB uattmiiuut it nar OUR MEVS bot not sine only Art WitlCuiif riiM siit jiia ic ti tiic van 1 tuiK ir sc yjliHint OjOTHLSG DEPARTMEVT pi vitiintr l wiut ut tutiit tatT u t ua Liiiraiitir tuHVT it ulsii 1 Titiiuir cm MLrt ui Uitin iifitmt upuauc cim nuamtch XnHJlitflt urcmild wifi if At iutijiiti vUim tlit vuiriS ytru 110111111 J wiEaip I T CHifbtf jffutaitfl a tiit jiiijititi ua jibt jtritittt imtit imt viiii 5tit mScptnitrttt itiiUTtu jimmt t n 11 juwiyf A Jowtin Mens Dress Shoes Coin Ut d iitimr irnbsit in l nr JU uinr ruit- - siit it ui fumjwiiulitir aiii iiui 3tWi ti Ocuxk ktii t npiit jti 1 imtnt uitiuniiai ji t rapie Tflifr JHlUJu- V or Plain Toes onlv Wt CtlfVt llliW Stl Tf nt viuui t Itrt viirut iiiuuia njna iait i fHiif unit jijmi i t vim i liruip Solid LeaAer Coin or Pbin w GsBiisasifs Fir- wmii lai ts yucittit UllC VtlVift ft- CllHV 11C nut ittitnr umuu4ir wic uwjtnt tmid Hi tuucuoitui inHnwiur Tots Lae- or Con- - A V Lift pllHtl ItlWItitirK ft nisii 7CIII9Blt tUltllltC uan linn c 1iic vji tHOiHun vaiii ixti C-- j CTt-fi- our price only JJ I our la- Clrilitrt 11 1 rjiiEHiu tliillfptttttMiTT DeWiu WitiSB Hiurl Silve wii icaij juiur ttiuimtc iir tiit ii Jt vm at rrtturtf p LiOJes Taa or Blaci Coin Toe iaxt or Gmy Cll1 flkcK JTIIlCl iltl llk tit Jiiit upvuinwf 111 MicrHlUitltt inn lUiiij ffr a TJiitiutUFi xi iitit WWttiimftin iitiwtii jnuita uio vi in- jiiioif ut Jute iiuhc TnuiiHi f Hi1 iiw1 r kiii 4iTY aiITt Jijitihiutiinif utnrm T in tiusii ton ifnuur i ui tuiliusiiiiit It tiit iitcirj 3jit i v hi i k- Hiniiitc WiiBaiiHt in UHI -- i ie jiu vtitt oit 0u inc TO -- r hhj ujrt nn Xtcuciit ui bhUi eaJj S250 AU Gkwfcf- Ml GLOVES Lucbfit ftojj Cufikrert ea amm sit rurnitct vntii Lt 1 rtiiJu-tttit nmtitt u LutHid jrtHijicirr - tan Vi Kihi Jfti itautuu W 1 3 Ui iuii tii 25c rtt I uii i Mtnf i tAr 1 Tx ftf 25c fl aie nrn Ttmtat t jt Silt G1ctk 50c SI 25 rt f v - it t -- f 75c rn l iblr 25 n ji if ot SHOES - - f SI p - t Mos It MGsDeBartmsflt ixi Sjiial Q II Aia iir xrciic ut liTt IZj Hf A 1 n J 1M14 j L or Bcnon our pnfc oaly rt i Vw na r stum The 3tmkM tr nnpun iit mc ntaawiii- WMt inlini j I Ix immej Ifirwi vtirt fiiijf At erf Gff t SW iaMMz UK 2jit a A cnir Lfiaai Hiiimtc i iuiuw iir tunc ji Hrucf v a vJUriittt Tins via zz At iM dbf- Tsu if v auaiiaifiuu uf Smn uai jmnitui l stfv vndel jitauie Tt4itf npecenit iAurtai vet fcU ia tiIim attMittiT a if k csur k3uis jHtti tiateimt tat icA TWy iucn urn mutoriSm Aw kustenrtepftf u iiAiB fttviirfsL Aisi CiL W atuatmu litiiui ut CchiIIt xl Atar ancMMr rfA riuuti utf tm itucn iti afGfi uuz Zivw Vmc asuit A iafanaatflaf af Hn iuvhc i wtueaijiiiiiL Hot LanJL M tmlllii ii AU4H4 liiiiftraip 1 larn 11 xtit tmiltcti wnot urt At asi i imt- - NUiitot Cliupl trntipt it oUKirtijif Ciun yiuut7 timw n Vxi iiufitc vino 3a it mutt 1lmpi ttnrt ji vwkmi rtuuit hn A Hrj jitt luf uuuio v iimrf tinninui ilit Hnitair tin ti litrattf Great Shirt Sale Big Line Fancy Shirts Just Received 1 ence 1 fKtiL OliZU ftp f 1 fnanA vith 10 0 pordass Not coa- IW kijMsy all at oae time Come and rtt a rL BttfiQttnsl Oil Paintinc handsomelv 2AIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Ik jAt It vm uc -- liiitiff xxiui yaniiK stty ix laauanijri oilvi- - zjt itm erfl via Ac ubt lm u At f ffiwit erf t jhiu jAouxutJ 3tac i viz n Ttcjncs t uiwc nuur mutp imtctHi4 tiinte ut tiurtitir mituOi in tumiiT h JCi BrtiMni Wl nsTif ui Iivbt ifirtitiiv JCitiHttt JCjxniit Wlurrut iliituit Mx Bit n 2iHmit BunitiH Mix EiruiHflUi St i 1 Enttraumtf Mit Hint tpitttnn viir ic Djuhmt it nut 11T Git- - I Bought from Part Going Out of Business THE FAIR CioTarparts Laading One Price House fer M T ti YfLiOWLAKE Wocftitr p X cim1 pr3 j t- - fwmtmiaWI imi vm not u atzzt erf m -- vm rtntuut 2iit fvtaB v ui 1 suite vm prtuitM imt uui nfiiauiMiM mm t CMHirpit WjoAt ui Kin ifciiAl 1t Ti Au ftMiMc MbC iX eua Mt Au At iiua me iimuf ea luue uu hh tajiti i or utiiipudiu lau raiaitit J JlTtHHlUt tl VERY CHEAP AM GMinlt AwafctidT fidU imc Mt TQ Tn 1 tty tHHUH t S4t iuif pMt iJW M tit Ntpg- KIXVIM iimoi iDMiltn- lllHt WHtit wtu tit Km wtil tfct tttfi n4 aactit vi-kt- -t tat i wr M Srt vu irtn nmuHwir Sr litlli Cmtpi fyrrj aLvt Uemtl untiwmrt Au A vim iiww Vinai - kna liii f cfiamA W t aauot itaStstic miat jMiHttt judkig- 3iiaMiii iMtgadtaiftf f xsiiaiii Au aiiiuiiiim atmsarj iiu ia At ifiMILt out tjpafmatff td Hussy MiuJMiiny Trwoaj aaa it frft ia- At nuar a 31 At HutntifK 4a MSJBlhi aU vt vM zuc vf At r- Ais iwaa liuf Atbhc tf isa u jsnn ia atfitsidaj W imiti ahMia Ut lmmiittit v itttt ntniiviji 11 unni h tti wiiiunTtu tunMiu u t ir nn vWMitiiifinuin l aiWicy um ufMr Hit ut t h J4ifmu ui tis f I Jdl A iJ tlHa dm Itw ttit Wb Xmimu IWVtwtIO Oiiwifat 9u4ff Ji txl piin Jab i Tyrrjtribf JVU1T Ust Su- - ami FruaAnOld Soldier GBt I ivtn ji NSiMrwp WtlUl Wit JtlUHltU i j iit xii Tr Ksar I bjive Af 89c iu munaipij Mtwwh u yru- - j Perfect Health -j lajna f suibitf Aaf Al Gnhlf ftcawdy Aj fai Ac ItTtt STl 45g uatfliHsiit Etuaut StUiiif 4 CWuat Diiwbh wiut Jiw4awapJifcWNiT1i Mint umjjhimtetiiitiliriA Liit 4r uut at4iii v MW1 w Yoar Tyiwajaiiwba j liin itw tits Jst ax a f v i nneucMkripp d tttiUZljii tmeUu 7i tviirt tvtty coaJoM ia tMac yer Sjrsp ol FVpian w lai h isvir v brocAt Wnr At iuts Au Gmt suit tu HcaMaw f Hat jureitc tamdki Twrnigt y TTaiafcaiiaiir ftiy iask x Huatai inf taexatcf Witt MCIL 4ibj kt At x Tec s Liver PBk T2ey Ciiwiit HtttMHi xii ut oimmitl slit XHiwnini tt 14 i p bt ijijh w JIHib aJ Mjj VtU Ycr tralr J5oa VilbJa dij jt Ct CNnBiimMm ffiuS iibr At fAiil afv AtiitiaiiiJ2iiiaT0nS Lac fiagtef lit jt Tiar aiiiaal 3 it ziMWi j iw Hia ii5tHft j4is na ftmatg A Xlgorous Bodr Fee sidk totsAxstt aazsiz 13 isisKatssw oeaisifiKMQSSjii 5ia mee 5Wr luit jiua trt Stoas Hull TUTTS Liver PILLS arei 55eits ssaaiiioiaicarc HestonWilIis Company 0 s5eeBr-gsTtoao-ae- i Mutwii Lnin Ttwmk nipi ti imi ILnlu atiMit ii wi 2iit aaiiiif it 23uV IS jj4 Air Omi t x4 WtHB Mci sum Bimwupw TtW iunnIttRt Jt HJlr 1H1r aw wt 7 Tb kastf f Mr i Mr S 1L Dij tL Kriii u oerujatr cm tW m i TfeMfepusc JvaWj m I smot v O S nbtr IS h thw rx t CMirJ UtoMvl with tun - N a wnu - Tfan fm jjp i Wukia Dtal Daij iaT fa lii atf-l4if-V-- v- sores Running Bores appeared on my leg and Bpread over tho entiro lower portion of tho limb I got no help from medicino till I tried yours I was curod by ono bottlo of Edward and Ten Dillon Burnard John- Â¬ son James Lewis Charley Kyler Jess Smith and Banty Lewis Miss Nannie Urashear who has born visiting friends In the Blue Umm for the past three montliR haw returned home Mm Morris Beard and beautiful lltto noy Franklin of Hardinsburg aro thrf guests nt Mr aril Mrs A is Mdllman at Cedarwood Mrs Charles Sklllmnn of IIiIn rltv and her mother Mrs T li Young of Mor ganllflil went to Louisville last week to visit frieniU If you know of any one who wants to get a thorough education tell them to go to Irvingtou oltgn nrit they will THE PRIZE WINNERS darsaparilia ISAAC ACKER Cowan Va BRECKENRlDGfc HiNkWDAY NOV NEWS 23 1M8 J Local Brevities Oystors Ht Sippels Thankpglvlng Thursday All kindi of cheese at Sippets Celery for ThankegiviDg at Slppelp Virgo Wilson has returned from Lex- Â¬ ington All kinds of bread made of pure flour at Sippels Tramps are more than usually plenti Â¬ ful of late Fancy groceries of every description at Sippols Itaptist revival meetii g continues to attract interest Fruits for desert for yonrThaiikFgivlng dinner at Sippols Allen Owen of Owensboro was in the city Wednesday Gus Gibson went to Owensboro Wed Â¬ nesday on a business trip Tho river continues to rise and tows are becoming numerous John Hatchet of Zon Is visiting his W Moorman Sam Beavin of McQuady was in the city Monday on bushiest Mrs 0 0 Lewie of Stephensport was brother 0 in Louisville Sunday shopping Ferdinand Birk of Owensboro was the guest of Mies Mary Moorman Sunday Cakes that will make your Thanks giving dinner a tbirg of joy at Sippets II H Beard of 0 vvensboro made a busiuesHR tour uf tha cutintv last week Miss Clara Coon of Holts is expect ing to make her future home at Home Ky Louis Bader and Miss Lzzie Beavias of Bewleyville are visiting at 0 vvens boro The line of shoes for all soxes all ages and all conditions at Sulzirs cannot be beat George Birk of Owensboro was in the city Sunday the guest of Mies Bessie Â¬ Jarboe Joiner It Oldham of Itock Vale Kev held a meeting at Cave Spring church Sunday Itev A E Barrett of Hawesville was in the city Friday the guest of Itev AV Attorney Ituben Miller of Hardins burg was in the city Thursday on legal business Hamman Mr and Mrs Charles A were the guests of friends at Owensboro last week J B Bates of the Bates Milling company MiQuady was in the city Friday on business Wash ltobbins one of Tar Forks most thrifty farmers was in the city Monday on business Mrf Leu Montgomery of Irvington who has been visiting at Owensboro ha returned home Canned goods and all delicacit s for relishes and side dishes for Thanksgiving dinner at Sippels Charlie Schull and wife of Cannelton were the gutsls of Mr and Mrs Henry Solbrig last wtek Mrs W 0 Moorman who has been visiting at Glrndeanu the past week has returned home George Wilson and Will Overby two of HawesviHes most gallant beaux was in the city Sunday H Sheldon Jdrvic of Henderson was in the city last week looking after his tobacco interests John Allen Dean and Charles McGill of Owensboro were in the city Thurs day on legal business George Ditto of Brandenburg was in the city Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs H V Duncan Scott Morton of WebstHr wai in the city Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Henry W Morton Fall and winter goods that are calculated to nip cold in the bud and make you comfortable at Suzera Pickles made in the bst possible style They give zest and apprtite for the Thanksgiving dinuer at Sippels Mrs James Skillmau was seized with an attack of mi mbrauenus croup Thurs day but bIio is now entirely recovered The Miscf Anna and 1rancen Heunen and Mis Lmile Sterrptt of Hiiwtsvlllo tti Huwiner are the guests of Miss The following came down fiom Har dinxhurg Sunuiy evening to attend ser vces a fit Itisc Catholic church Memrt Â¬ 1 cursed with ca Â¬ A Uright Rock Vale Woman tarrh Is a common Sr experience How- Writes the Best Story ever heroic tho m ugm ciinrrn gen- jj VmV crally wins E IiH A AlcDnnlel School Girl Writes a Under some namo or other Beautiful Poem It gets tho best of us Frank E lud there jut what they want The prz story nnd poem contest In Ingnlls Waco SainUHl Flowers of Iatesville was in acwuat il by the Xkws lor the Thanks Tex nnd thou Hs sold his crop of giving edllio i developed the fact that the c ty Monday sands ot others -- 000 pounds ol nil tollmen to the Amer Â¬ nine is a great deal of literary talent have been permanently cured ofcntnrrh jyiig around loose in BreckenridgM oin ican Tobacco Company lor I U 1 by Dr Hartmans successful remedy For rei t at - per month a largn nine tv A number of manuscripts wer receiv Â¬ a Hero is Mr Ingalls letter room building cfiitrtlly located suitable ed and the two best Btorlea wen s lected Dr S H Hartman Columbus O for a boarding house Applv tc Alex nnd Man-n-ll- n Dear Sin Boyd Cloverport or F L Boyd 0etis for publication Mrs W II Bowmer oneof Clov jrpirts havo cured mo of ono of the worst cases boro Ky most talented critics whsio eetedasjudgH of catarrh any ono over had My cuso Do our people appreciate the Ixst of the Btories and bIih awarded the first was so sevcro that I was compelled to If you prise to Miss Ltllle Francs Cooper of discontinue my business that of con- Â¬ training in music and elocution do you will not fad to take advantage ot ltock Vale Ky whose story Five ductor on a railroad but I am now the superior talent odered in these terms White Indians can be found on the entirely well at Irvington College second page Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for Charlis tVhlte who has hi en manag Â¬ This talented young lady has written a local relief Cures aro not expected ing extensive insurance interests at healthy vigorous tale of out door llf Dr Ilartmans method eradicates ca- Â¬ Louisville the punt nix mouthp has that breathes of tho forpst and her ilf tarrh absolutely Get his latest book to this city for a short vacation scription of the bos Thanksgiving din returned and to recuperate Ills health ner is so realistic as to in ike ones mouth and learn how to combat this insidious Medicino Co ltland Smith who has the reputa water for the good things thej oung nim disease Tho will mall Dr Ilartmans Columbus O tion ol belrg the jillit st landlord of the rods feaBted on Miss Cooper will he awarded a hand books frco on application best hotel in the Ohio valley came down some teachers bible from Stephensport Saturday and circu- Â¬ H A Scott Hurt Tcnn writes The second prize was granted Miss lated among friend in the city I feel very thankful to my Maker Annie M Slone of Falls of It ugh Her Its just like finding a nickel in the story A Wonderful Tnanktgivirg is and your great medicine that I am street Cut out the cupou in Sipples one of absorbing interest It cluverly cured I would not bo without advertisement in this paper britg it to told and artistically treated is in tho house Miss Stone the store and on every it cent pilicliaie is a tal- Â¬ has been curing catarrh for upon you g t the value of a nickel as it rebate ent to be congratulated to find her among forty years It plucks out the roots It wns hard indeed Tim coupon is worth 5 cento to you the mass of manuscripts submitted a tale of catarrh and builds people up All The dare drvil neronmit who will go that would heat hers She will receive druggists sell It up in the balloon atuidiy will drop 100 a handsome copy ot James Lane Allens of Sulzerrt hand bills from the clouds Ask any druggist for a free Choir Invisible One of these bills will have the name Wo call the attention of our readers to Almanac for the year 18Jil Sulzer marked on the ImcK Look out the four poems that appear ou the second for it It Ian a value It you are lucky page of tills paper Departure enough to pick it up bring it to the They were written by school children Our hearts w ere saddened hv the depart store and we will present you with a whose ages range from ten to 8 xt en handsome steel rod umbrellla years We doubt if anywhere in this ure of our friends nnd neighbors Mrs Nov Kith for You will probably come to town before broad land can be found a mor talented Butler aud daughter the baloou asceuMnn and parachute leap poetess than little Minnie Hart of Glen Louisville where they Hre expected to takes place If you do you will find Sut deane Her effusion on Thanksgiving remain for awhile I do earnestly claim both zers a pleasant place to rest until the Day is a gem and the editor uf the that every person vicinity young and old will miss Mrs event takes pIblv You are just as wel- Â¬ BitKCKKNitiwiK Xkws would be the about Custer and daughter and will be missed Butler and come them us the ltovveM of May and we proudest man in the State of Kentucky Wo will loose their pres Â¬ He will by them also if he was author of that poem invito vou to niakei our store your headquarters You will find the latch string say theHHinu thing to Mis i Sallie Robert ence in glen nnd sorrow but know their out and wo will do everthing to make son of Glendeane whose delicate wit presence will be joy and gladness to you comfortable Dont heaita e but and geuiui bubbles out of her poem on other people I am devoid of words to express my thoughts and feelings when just coiuh in and make yourself at home the Thanksgiving Turkey We tako off our hat too to Bertha Lue I gave the last call nt their home we will enjoy your presence Suzjrs The Happiest Alighting from my horse crossing the Wathen who writes ou Teachers You will miss the opportu Day and Anuio Pate of Cloverport walk to the door seeing window shades nity of our lived if you do not avail who 1ms penned a very pretty poem on and curtains removed I realized their yourselves of the superior advantngts departure was near Many calls were Thanksgiving Wishes offered you ot Irvingtou Ky by Prof The poems were judged by Dr F M made that evening expecting to be the Crabbe You cannot aHord to fool your Smith who is eminently fair a critic last Many words were said to all to not time away witli schools which thong i and is nmply competent as a ai judge He forget the past As the train left for they may he well advertiBed you do not award d the timt prize a Clulds Bible Louisville they looking back on on and know and in nine cases out of ten they to Miss Hart of McDaaiels and the brother with sorrowful hearts were dash Â¬ do not have and do not do what ttiey second prize to Miss Robertson He con- ed along at a rapid speed soon arriving advertise to do Prof Crabbe and Ins fessed it was a mighty hard j b to select at the depot with anxious hearts and work is too well kne wn to need any the winner Miss Robertson will receive smiling faces to meet daughter and child remarks from us Ho is a professional a btautiful volumn entitled An Old awaiting their arrival to conduct them to teacher having taught twenty six years Fashiouei Girl bv the charming story their home It B II a classical grauuate and his teachers are teller uouisa M Alcott Custer Ky Xov 17 1SUS Â¬ all and thoroughly compeThe contest was very satisfactory as it tent This school is hero at home and demonstrates that Breckeuridge county Soothing healing cleansing DoWitts the teachers cf this ard adjoining coun- has plenty of latent literary talent that ties will show to the people that they only needs encouragement to develop it Witch Hazel Salve Is the Implacable enemy of sores burns and wounds It are not progressive and do not desire to better qualify themselves if vou do not never fails to cure Pihe You may refor Fifty Cents avail yours Ives of these opportunities Guaranteed lobariu habit cure makes wealt ly upon it Short Hitynee 60c 1 AU drugtlsts blood life c C vB BANK VERY DAY HEROISM EAEDIITSETJEG OK Struggling through K BKAIll President WILL MILLKlt Vlcf Iresldent BALLOON GOES UP J32 B M II BKAUI ChhHt 1 s it U W M UK 1 MOItUI III KSKUIIX5K A JOLLY ON hUHKCTOUS j DEPOSITS INTEREST PAI0 TIME Cloverport Saturday Nov 26 After Forbes has made his blood curdling plunge from the dizzyhcights of the ileecy clouds and at all times when in need of lfirap Fc-ru-- WANTS WANTED Ic-ru-n- 3 SALESMEN Clothing -- tn sell llfAS ii Snril oelljb MVnienlireherf iipplirs f r our complete line Mil- Tl rou il I c leiHy work year lctuileft Knulne Ilie ClttlWN hUlTIV tO Aidr it nclid HI io OR VT LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN c w Anl almut tctobr 10 She my hnc f und u If by lhi lime Only clw milk nutol thne win n be liglviri milk Addreany infurintiii n concerning her to DAN AllN- - tin in Ky T05T A lift the preinUe red mu ey teu c Dry Goods Sl U Pc-ru-- Â¬ FOR SALE OR TRADE HORSE firvfe for a milk ACK tllihiaporiMrto ITIOR SAIV Will horse HAHV n ITHjd wnrk lUrdintbtirg K STRAYED y tftyf yJ LI O S J VIS O mzs Ladies or Gents Furnishing Boots and Shoes Hats Caps Under- m jj vvuui r urmtuiu aruuarits 1 j- Pc-ru-- from niv priiiiites near Itardfns two week- ic a itnull re I low ahrut sev n eirs od white abaut heul and les Peh m born joved out nbotit two inclrIIS NANCY il mi be I with cluin coil hN OKU SrilAVrl tie irM Wmrr sSfiMRJ ftetiasfffr 5Ss TTSi jri-P- - Anil in fitnt nntiliinrr in b i GEOERAL MERCHANDISE Come to our store and save from 10 to 15 per cent II Po-ru-- FOR SALE MULES hare nnd timl cnnditiun SON lllR sp Ini Ky WANTED l SAIh Four IIOK lull jliJ old hi id ICIO blak miie uj IIIO mule hands hfcli W two Kood ANDKIt The Balloon goes up but our Prices are down The Prize Bill Will Fall From the Clouds Prof Forbes will let one hundred bills duplicates of this ad fall aud the per on finding tho one with our name on tho back should present it at our store and receive free of charge a LABOR Â¬ to hire a white tiuiti with 8I111II fiinil 1 Would do firni 11 d dairy o k ntxt eir also Kite bis wife some einloment In the dam Mut know how to wrrk ami hiiuile stock c ireful ly Hones fndust luiis ofgoid morilsand will ing to iy c ose aral attend to business for the fil 1 c intracr rinht and bless cur good inrm times Co ue to see inc-- It sou arc the right man 1111 W I OOTK Irylngton Ky 4t FOR RENT LAN FINE STEEL ROD UMBRELLA Â¬ WATCH FOR THE MARKED BILL IiOlt col tobacco Hanlinsbtitg lll N I Abou s acies cood new Knund Address IIKNKY AllKN Ky at 7 FOR SALE MULES JOU woik inuls StK lair ol bOMAINI Ki hands Iliilt Ky Midi MOIIiN BOOK KEEPING to ltKl by BOOK KKIilINChi might locality lie mall persons quick caih hUlWAHl SCHOOL 45J Kiiuitnble llullilinfi 1 lasutsville Ky WAS ED RAGS Air OMILK ANTED Cotton rairs whie or must be clean IIHKCKKNKIIXJE o toreil NEWS Everything Qood to Eat IFOIES rll Â¬ A A CHANCE Â¬ FOR GOOD INVESTMENT FOR SALE men strouir Dure Resolutions or Respect HUSTLINQ FARMERS AViiekkas It has pleased the Supreme Architect of tho Universe in His iufiuit They are marketing Their Products at wisdom and mercy to call to his last Qood Prices abiding place his beloved servant the Hon Dudley Hambleton an old and honorable member of our institution The little town of Ekron in Meade therefore be it county is blessed witli a class of farmers Resolved That in his death Cloverport who are worthy of the title of being Lodge Xo 1153 F it A M has been de- classed as Gods people prived uf a true and faithful member They are the kind that make two blades this community of au honest and up of grass grow where one grew before right and trustworthy citizen and his On Wednesday a large delegation of rciHtions a kind and generous benefactor her farmers and stockmen went to Louis That we extend to the bereaved family villu where they c flected the following our sincere sympathy and condolence for sales the irreparable I of 8 which they have susTaylor Basham Bold two lugiheads of tained Hurley at 7 10 and 0 N T Peak sold That this lodge wear the usual badge L4 head of hogs at I 30 and 40 W B of mourning for a period of thirty days Brown sold tils tobacco at 5 15 Alex that the Secretary lie instructed to send Montgomery of Bit Sprint sold two car a copy of t here resolutions under the seal loads of hogs at 3 40 and oue car load of of the Lodge to the bereaved family and cattle at prices ranging from 3 to 4 also a copy be furnished the Isukckkn John Kasey marketed 110 Iiokh averaging iudub Nkwb and tho Masonic Home 240 pounds at prices ranging from 3 30 to Journal for publication 340 O W Moorman F P Payne FATAL TYPHOID It L Okizs Â¬ Â¬ The Rev Irl R Hicks Annual Almanac and monthly paper Word and Works are now known trom sea to sea We are pleased to call tho attention of our readers to the Almanac for lSOi now ready It is a splendidly printed and illustrated book of 110 pages and the storm forecasis and diagrams aud astronomical and scientific matter aro superior to anything that has ever been 2 LARGE 9 ROOM DWELLINGS His eeen before in a 2t cent book monthly journal Word and Works is one ol tne nest literary Home and scien- Â¬ in the City of Cloverport Houses tific magazines in the country besides in good repair j each lot 100 feet containing his monthly storm forecasts The subscription with explanations front runnlig tn alley lots uell price ot Word and Works is 100 per improved pleny of shade and year and it copy of the Hicks Almanac is wab r tine iron fi ce with stono sent as a premium to every yearly sub foundation in front uf houses Ob Single copies of Word aud scriber Works 10 cents Price of Almanac ject of mile is to untki a division of Send your order to alone Jo cents an estate Will sell very cheap Word ami Works Pub Co LJOl Locust Terms One third cubIi balance in Street St Louis Mo one and two years Address Â¬ Â¬ f M YOUR Committee - GRAND FARM There is more Catarrh in this section tho country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail Â¬ ing to cure with local treatment pro Â¬ Science has nounced it Incurable proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure tional treatment Co manufactured by F J Cheney Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer oue hundred dollars for each case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address Co Toledo O F J CHENEY of Â¬ Â¬ F BOYD Lieutenant Colonel David It Murray He is home ou a ten days furlough KENTUCKY lias been commander of the Fourth Ken OWHNSHOKO Disease Causes Three Deaths In One tucky regiment during the past few months at Auniston Ala and both the Family Anniston and Lexington papers are unanimous in saying that the Fourth is the best drilled and best disciplined regi US Typhoid has been epidemic at Mc ment in that army corps Army life At 830 s eiiis to have agreed with Colonel Mur- Â¬ Quady the past six mouths buuday night Sarah Wheatley the ten ray for he is a picture of pi rfect health j ear old daughter of the late John David He looks much younger is every inch a Wheatley died after au illness of eleven soldier aud is a credit to his uniform weeks The Is the third member of this On Monday he and his family went to family that has s ccumbed to this dread Hardinshuig where they were the guests from the effects of Mr ami Mrs Morris Beard disease Her father died On And we will lit thorn with the of typhoid last Friday a week ago Tuesday they went to Louisville Col- Â¬ onel Murray returns to his duties at An- Â¬ Best Shoo nt tho lowest cost niston Thursday Wheat Damaged that you over knew before M P Payne one of the most piogres cnut- im limn iecn slve farmers in Harned neighborhood Wo have Mens Hoots from Xo Clean bad eleven acres of wheat killed by the beauty Mood means a clcui hkin without it Cascarets Candy Cathar 125 up A Real Good Boot HtBsian fly Twenty acres in the same tic clean your blood and Keep it clean bj field that were sown two weeks later stirring up the lazy liver unci driving all im- nt 2J0 It is good length look very well from the body Begin to day to S iveral other crops in the neighbor- Â¬ Curities pimples boilj hlotclicx blackheads custom nindo nnd has Ftrnp and that skkly bilious complexion by taking hood weie badly damaged Cafccarcts beauty for ten cents All drugtop Wo are closing them out L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On a Furlough THANKSGIVING DINNER JJJO BRING YOUR FEET - Â¬ rjrt Deoo4tijct- gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c25cSOc OLD CITIZEN DEAD at a reduced price JA fiSTSold by Dugxists 75c RELIGIUUS NOTES t Churches wh Qhn i Horace Squires A Well Known Farmer Expires Here Are Bargains Wovo got soino htufT VESTS tist church last week with several addi tions there wero eleven baptized Sun ihy llro Gordon of Louisville assist Â¬ ed liro Hatclitr Mias Ahbie Smith aud Mr Charlie Heard were married At the home of the bride J T Smith Jr Tuesday a p m Xov 15th Tho contracting parties immediately after the ceremony left ou tho Irvington branch to visit Mr Beards mother Laconia Ind returned Satur Â¬ day llro Uatelill performed tho cere mony Â¬ Â¬ What Is Going on In Irvington Bro Lelthfleld continues his meeting doing g od pleaching Come and hear him and help him hv your presence Thursday evenlug at 7 oclock in the Methodist church there will be au open meeting f the W F M S and a sermon by the pastor We hope to have a large attendance Come The Womans Foreign Missionary Society will observe the week of prayer On Thursday afternoon at I oclock there will he a prayer meeting airvice at the All are hnniH of Mrs W E Brown Wo hope Of ICO acres within three quarters of a cordially invited to attend mile of Owensboro Ky Eyery inch of many may be tb re it isas rich as cream it lays on the best piko in the county the land in rolllnir to A Big Conlraot level 00 acres are in grass excellent Build- Â¬ Joe Mattii gly iu the last seven months well spring and cistern water Btory new brick has cut over 700000 ftt of lumber at ings one He hat Just gone of ten rooms the finest farm residence In his mill lu GleuUeaue the county Immense barns 3 tenement into a now million feet contract for Dean bouses one of which is a good frame of Co Tile men teams and constant saw six rooms and a complete set of build- Â¬ ing till nine oclock at night presets u ings which really makes it a separate buay tcene farm We will sell this placn at an un- Â¬ U000 TermB oue usually low figure Splendid Lecture half cash balance in one two three five years four and Tne people ol Glendeane will euj y a Send for our list of farms for sale rlih treat Friday Nov 25th at 2 30 oclock wheu W E Crocker will deliverÂ¬ his i o ure Around th World Au ad Third Street mission fee of J5 cents U cliMipd adults 314 and 10 cents for children KENTUCKY OWENSBORO Â¬ FOR TUB DELICATE QIRL You have tried Iron and other tonics But she keeps pale and thin Her sallow complexion worries you Per- Â¬ haps she has a little hacking cough also Her head aches and she cannot study Give u t I scons Emulsion The oil will feed her wasting body the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos phites will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain cannot Never say you take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotts Emulsion You will be obliged to change your opinion at once Children especially become very fond of it j and infants do not know when it is added to their food x tnd f ioo til dniUti SCOTT BOWNE WILLIAMS LITTLE ChimUti Nw York oclock wo must get rid of nnd wo give his death which occurred at last Monday morning at his home ner you tho benefit of line vnhies Holts Mr Pqulres was 09 years of age and his death occurred yery suddenly Comforts 65c to 175 FORDSVILLE He He wus raised near Hardinsburg leaves four married daughters Mrs A lot of Jeans Pants at 50c Oharhs Fox Mrs Tom Blaine Mrs Gardner Agnew and Mrs Nat Tucker Kirlianl A few odds and ends in Over- Â¬ Ilartlinsburt Hays Is vlmting friends at Mr whs mau of superb charac Â¬ ter ami was a member of the Cloverport Claud Wilson paid our town n short Masonic Iaidge as well ss a consistent coats we want to close out at visit last week member cf the Methodist church A revival at the Christian church 200 250 and 300 bexnii Saturday A dreat Honor Trot Nathan Groves of Rochestorwns In town Saturday Miss Mannlo White who is now study Â¬ We aro actually selling 1 11 ing music at the famous Belmont Col Â¬ Howard Is milling a two story lege at Nashville Tenn has been greatfront to his dwelling ly honored by the faculty of that iuMitu Miai May Hullo Cundlfl of Texas Is tlon No long sinca while all wero at guest nf Mrs O Smith chapel her name was read out and sho AH S8 OVERCOAT FOR S6 the John Walkir trmled his farm to Mr was especially commanded for her appli- Â¬ Ioyd for his town property cation to her similes aud for the great ThankpRivltii will Im observed by havprogress she Is making ing services at the M K church Mack Smith sold his interest in the Candidate for County Judge llvory stable to his brother Hiuben Â¬ W T Macoy of Harned has announc Ford of Owensboro was the Miss ed his Intention of becoming a candidate Idlest of Mrs J T Smith Jr last week for the county judgeship on the Repub- Â¬ Mr Gauanne wife and little son were lican ticket visiting relatives iu Whltesvllle last BARGAIN CENTER week Educate Your lloweli With Cuscrt Candy Cathartic cum constipation forevor A meeting of three weeks at the Bap KY IRVINGTON money ft Â¬ The host of friends of Horace- Squires in this county will be pained to hear of in our store W E Brown er Infant mortality is something frightful Nearly one quarter die before they reach ouo year one third before they are five and one half before they are fifteen I The timely use of WHITES OUEAM VER Â¬ MIFUGE would save a majority of these precious lives Price 25 eta A K Fish Â¬ 10023c If C O O all druggists return When you ask for DeWitta Witch Salve dont accept a counterfeit or imitation There are more cases of Piles being cured by this then all other com- Â¬ bined Short A IUynes Ilarel m ItrMtf with 70a fccthr you ontln nrTktlllnitlotrco habit rniDlfl D UVIir IOf tOblTTO With y uiiiuiiirHiiiraiiniropuriuvg ui blood I th pv r Breckenridge WEDNESDAY NOV News 23 1898 miN tou iironfr n nrBiinntrT book vorri ioi m inn 00a sja na pocket- - jm f llnr NOTO HArfrom vniip own rtruirirltt who wlllvonch rnrtift TikkH Itwlth will riatlantlr nttmlatotitt fin a U a a ii rant w 1 to enr or we rtfund money C MtrMU tllfM 0mc m fcUOOIioiM Th 111 mifloo nm B aa A JUST A BANKRUPT ONCE MORE to Help lata an I v rrurrl aAii irai TRIBUTE Dr Footc Tells of Airs Carter lias No Angel llcr Now GOODROADS Some Splendid Thoughts on an Important Subject Some Ways In Which They Prove Beneficial to Farmers Â¬ PRINCIiLY SALARY K7 the Virtues of Di- Insurance President lets Year 100000 a the Drury Family Â¬ 289 400 8 I to to to to Henry B Insurance company who enjoys the lar seat commercial Balary in the world 5100000 per year Is now an Invalid and Henry hns been ordered to quit work It Hyde is one of the nist interesting figures in the commercial life of Oih country Aside from that one fact how- Â¬ ever absolutely nothtrg is known of him outside the narrow citcle of his dally life He has for years been held up to voting men about to embark upon a commercial career as one of the great victors in the battlo for existence As an exam Â¬ ple of success in business his career was pointed out as that of n man who had be gun without capital had had no particular luck yet slowly and steadily worke I his May upward by sheer dint of thinking until he had reached the top Mr Hide was born in Catsklll in 1834 From childhood he was acquainted with the intricate principles of the Insurance business for Ills father Henry 11 Hyde was then an insurance agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Was Well Acquainted With The fferent rtembcrs Hyde president of a leading Nice line Clothing A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up 350 Fine Tailor Made 750 1250 Extra fine Tailor Made fancy silk and satin linings By Four Doctors Beaver Dam O My daughter after being treated by four doctors and given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney Cure To day she is able to walk several miles without fatiguo I feel we would have lost her if it was not for your medicine Uespectfully Â¬ Mrs A H J MBailey Fisher Cloverport H A Shell Haynes man Stephensport Gordon Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg NO CHRISTIAN NAAIE Bright Answer liven by a Jewish Author I s 49c to 1000 10 Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth strictly tailor maJe 500 250 Israel Zangwill the Hebrew critic and novelist had a singular experience in a literary reception given him in St Louis One woman seemed particularly iuter estered and she plied him with all manner of questions She asked him about his family about himself and about his opinions to the exclusion of several other people who were trying to gat in a word with the distinguished man What is your Christian name Mr Zangwill the inquisitive member tin ally asked him was the I have no Christian name My given name is Israel cool reply Durim the laugh which followed Zangwill escaped her Â¬ Â¬ Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets to 500 Go J k Thousands of men and women suffer from piles especially women with female weakness have this suffering to con- Â¬ tend with in addition to their other pains TA BUMS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure Price 60 eta in bottles tubes 75 cts A It Fisher TO HONOR DEWEY In the death of William X Drury which occurred on the 13th of September 1808 and his wife on the 12th of Nov two of the old citizens of Bewleyvllle have passed away In the death of this cou- Â¬ ple the writer feels that In justice to his own feeling something more than n mere notice of their deaths should be writton And if you will allow me fcpace I will say something of the Drury family since my acquaintance with them Undo Jimmy Drury as he was familiarly known was the father of fiye hojs and one girl Tim boys all who died in childhood grew to manhood Uncle Jlmmv was born and raised near Gallatin Tenn and moved to this county when young and before I can remember witli no other means than a plug horso and an ax Being an entire stranger he had to rely on himself His education was very lim ited having been to school only a few months all told He went to work where ever Iil could find a job on a farm gen- Â¬ erally at eight dollars a month He soon became known as a good worker and a reliable man He saved what he made and married Mies Nancy WStith a sister of Benjamin B Stith by whom he reHe bought land add ceived some means settled in a half mile of where Bewley- Â¬ vllle now stands eellinir the land the town was built upon The Bowleyville Methodist church was then what is now my friend Tom Hardaways barn and in about 183J 1 went to school in that house where a school was being taught by Joseph Hardesty There I met Tom Ben EGilbert L and William Drury and Martha William was a cripple a piece of glass having stuck in his foot I well remember the difficulty the little fellow had iu keeping up and he often had to ride We children used to like to go home witli the Drury bos Uncle Jimmy was then begining to be a pros- Â¬ perous farmer He and Ills wife kept a plenty of everything around them and a well furnished table and wheu bed timo come we all enter the family room where u chapter was road in the Bible and fer- Â¬ vent prayey offered up Undo Jimmy was a student of books and in those days was considered a very well informed man of rare judgement and as honest a man as I ever met He served as magestrate for twelve or fifteen years and it was hard to find a better one His wife died and he married the second timo nnd lived hapily with his last wife until his death I wish I could tell more of this good man rut it would take too much space Of his sons Thomas J and William X were the crown jewels of the lot Tom made his mark in the Bewleyville Methodist church of the many good men and wom en in the congregation none kept their light burning with more brilliancy than Â¬ Â¬ which sue silenced its alarm sound thus saving Iter lovers life was one of the theatrical sensations of the day When questioned at this hearing the actress salu she recelvpil In salary -- UU a weeK of which but 50 went to her the rest being applied by her managers to her debts Out of this site paid the rent of a fUt in which her mother was living Mrs Lslle Carters h lsbaml was divorc ed from her She gained wide notoriety when Manager David Belasco instituted suit ngtinst N K Fairbauk of Chicago far 60000 his fee for educating Mrs Carter for the stage During the trial Mr Belasco testified that lie had inform ed Mr Fairbank of the groat cost of the undertaking and that the millionaire had directed him to go ahead notwithMr Bulaeco standing the large expetis was utimately awarded 17000 Constipation means the accumulation of Wriste matter that should be discharged daily and unless this is done the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the sys system Use HEKIUXE to bring about regularity of the bowels Price 50 cts A Caroline I Carter wel known as Mm Leslie Carter the actress has filed a peti tion In bankruptcy showing liabilities of 13 773 She presented no assets except wearing apparel valued at 200 TIiIb formal acknowledgment of her inability to pay li r debts Is the culmination of Mrs Carters financial difficulties which havrf extended over several years Two yeais ago when Mrs Carter was sum moned in supplementary proceeding by Purvogel at which timo many 01 the plnyirg due she firesent debts were Maryland was which in Heart of she had mado her first hit Her feat In swingirg ftom the clapper of a bell by Â¬ Â¬ By December 10 wo liavn Will be the llig Money Raising Sale of Wilson A Jones lo raise u large sum of money lit order to meet some heavy bills Nevor bofore hao gmidsbetn sold as low m tliey will bo sold lor todays beginning November 10 Vi ure going to make prices lower than It Is honestly right for us to make them in order to meet our obligations As you know we soli lower than anyono can or will sell ymi and then for us to cut under that It looka hard but then she will have lo go for this time Come and examine our goods and price and you will seo that w are In n class to ourselves when it comes to saving you money UNPARALLELED CLOTHING CLOTHING 1 CLOTHING It Fisher In Memoriam Yeakel State of Vermont Will Erect a morial Hall Hardinsburo Ky Me- Â¬ Turn Drury Ho was miperintendant of the Bewleyville Sunday school for about twtnty consecutive years and so well did he fill the place that but for his untimely death would be in that position to this day With William Nathan Drury I was more intimately acquainted than any of the others I was his business partner for a time what can I say of him Noth- Â¬ ing nothing I fear tiiat can be a fit tribute to his memory as my friend In his infancy almost he stepped on a piece of glass which made him a cripple for life and thus handicapped him in a measure from meeting witli that financial success Â¬ Â¬ BN College The Oldest The Best Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses Both Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ tion llest Social and lieliioua Influ- Â¬ ence no Saloons Tuition h 00 per term of ten weeks Send for Special J H Announcements LOGAN to is proposed to honor Admiral Dewey in Vermont by erecting a Dewey hall to be used for drilling purposes in the states military institution Norwich university This institution has long been a military school and many of the ollicers of the civil war were among its graduates It is likely that the legislat- Â¬ ure will appropriate a sum toward the addition of this hall to the university and it is proposed also to raise money by popular subscription for the same purpose This will be open to contributions out of the state as well as in it Â¬ It B President Dr Balls Cough Syrup is the best iniilicnc fur tore thrnjt laryngitis quinsy of ton Kery drop oi it soothes and heals A slims twe itviiiectnt hottle ol tins wonderful remedy will cure a coutth or cold in one day I IS X My Specialty I HORSE -- SHOEING But I can do all kinds of I BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top style I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my line consult me WILL RAUL X IrvingtonKy GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents Aient 400 Pretty Homes and Oardens How general the use of photography is coming to be adopted by the modern magazine as a means of illustration is shown in the announcement of The Ladies Home Journal that it is about to publish six new district Buries of photo graphs Tiie idea of the magazine is to present one hundred of the prettiest country homes in America to encourage artistic architecture one hundred of the prettiest gardens to encourage taste in flor- Â¬ iculture seventy churches decorated for festal occasions of all kinds such as wed Â¬ dings Christmas and Easter services etc some forty of the prettiest girls rooms iu this country twenty five floral porches and vine clad houses and the story of the native wild lowers in Amer ca told in seventy five photographs Over MX photographs in every part of the country were employed by the magazine to get these pictures and several thousands of dollars were paid in prire awards for the best photograhs received by the magazine Â¬ Â¬ Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oli Company Dealer In Marvels of a Qraphophone One of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Uraphophone 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 anil vary it every evening On the Graphophoue 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 GraphophoneB made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Com 11 111 a IiionouicaiII Co No ill Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 0 Love Caused His Hatred Doors Saah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor inn and Cellini Weather Hoarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Bullrllno Material J HFiunsche I well remember the dilliculty he had iu getting to school when a Utile fellow in walking he could nr t keep up In riding he had a horse to see to Un able to work on the farm when very small fie was made mail carrier from Bewlewville to Big Spring on horse back He then was employed to sell g ods in Big Spring and Constantino by Sanford Leslie and when about 17 his father gave him a few hundred dollars and he commenced business for himself In Bewleyville which he continued to do with varied success for nearly fifty years He always dealt largely in country produce and at times engiged extensively in huyiig and handling leaf tobacco It would be strange indeed for a man to continuo business in one place bo long and no one fault him He was honorable and upright well informed and a man that always defended hold and fearlessly the causo he espoused and fought that he condemned in the same way He was a Baptist iu belief and a valued member of that church Ho was confined to his room a few days no one tnought anything serious the matter but he said he would not get well ami he guested this was as good a time to die he could have He was stricken with paralysis and when death approached him it had no terrors He folded his hands on his breast closed his eyes quietly breathed his last and my friend was gone On the 1M of Nov lb8 Mrs John Ann Drurv died just two months Fgo we buried her husband Mrs Drurv was born in lMt married William N Drury I think in 185S She was the daughter of John and Jane Kasey She left ten children to mourn her loss To lose father and mother both In so short a time is hard indeed the two young st are girls about 14 and 12 I have known Mrs Drury all her life and when she was eight years old she went to school to me She was a devoted and faithful wife a good mother and a Christian woman She was a member of the Bap tist church at this place and many a minister has been entertained beneath her hospitable roof She felt much concern about having to leave her children who had so recently lost their father and that they might all have a place to call home She willed that everything should he left in chargi of her eldest daughter until her two girls should bt raised and educated ami now children honor thy sister who has under taken to fill a mothers place and boys I hop you will remember your grandfather Drury who by eneg and economy ami an upright walk fought his way slowly but surely from poverty to wealth and n high oositiou in society that his business capacity entitled him to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Asiit iiAKT Ky Nov It 1MS Dalh has again visited our community and has taken from among us one of the oldest aud most lesptcttd citizens of Meade county Uncle Robert Hendr ck was born on Wudutsday Dec lltli 1811 and died on Wednesday Nov ttth lhiiS If he had lived one month and two days longer ha would have been 82 years old He was marripd to Elizibti Asiicrattou Wednesday Xov 1st 1813 and to them were born eleven children three of whom have preceeded him to the better land All of hta living children were at his bedside except G F Hendrick and Mrp William Simmons who live in Oklahoma and did everything that human hands could to mitigite his suf feriug Dr Thomas Hendrick was called to see him when he was first taken sick he saw the end was near and so notified the rest of the family Uncle Robert had some noble traits of character which is worthy of imitation he was honest truthful aud industrious He was a member of the Sandy Hill Baptist church for 15 years and one that was highly esteemed by the church ho surved the church as deacon and treasurer for a number of years with credit to himself ami satisfactory to the church Uncle Robert was buried in the Sandy Hill cemetry by Elder Crocker of Irviugton the funeral sermon wuh preached from John the 11 chap and 25 verse I am the resurrection aud the life lie that believeth iu me though he were dead His companion lias lost yet shall live a loving husband his children a noble father the Baptist church a consecrated Christian the community a g od neigh Â¬ bor and the county one of its best citi- Â¬ zens The community deeply syniuath ze with the bereaved family in this Mlhc tlon yet wo feel that our loss is his gain and bow in humble submission to the will of our Heavenly Father nnd sav not our will but Thine be done acre IIeniiy Ashciiakt The probable cost of converting our tlirt roads into permanent highways early to riso prepares would bo 1000 per mile while the yearLate to bed nnd a man for his home in the skies But ly outlav for repairing a modern dirt early to bed and a Little Early Riser the road is 50 per mile with our roads pill that makes life longer and better aud almost impassible five months iu the year at that outlay wiser Short Haynes If the fort going statements are u near approach to the truth it follows that the losses and expenditures which farmers TAR SPRINGS actually incur on account of poor roads would olso secure permanently good Wedding bells are beginning to chime roans Can any sound mind doubt the wisin Balltowu George Taul who has been out wst dom of exchanging the looses delays accidents and vexatious of pririt oc Â¬ for two years has returned home casioned by bad roads for the comfort Madam Rumor savs there will be a and other advantages of good roads when double bow knot tied in Balltown iu the the cost is the eame near future 1 am aware that some fanners will not Charles Knapp of Tar Springs was accept the estimates that improved high circulating among his friends at Balltown ways have any appreciable money value one day last week However I am g ad to know that these Burton Orom who has been at home same farmers favor good roads for tho uii u luriuugn 11 an ruuirueu iu ins com- Â¬ same reason that I hey would build for pany at Fort Thomas Ky themselves comfortable and even luxu- Â¬ Miss Maggie Newman of Pisgah who rious homes has been very ill with throat trouble we A Sure Sign nf Croup are glad to say is improving Hoarseness iu a child that is subject to Rev Richards filled his appointments at Pisgah church last second Sunday croup is a sure indication of the approach His pastoral year expired at that meet Â¬ of tho disease If Chamberlains Cough ing but was called to preach igain anothRemedy is given a soon as the child be er year come hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will preveut the To Curo Uouittlputloii lorovnr TukoCiscaiuls CaiulvCatliurtla lOo orMo attack Many mothers who have croupy If C C C fall to cure druunlbts rjsuja money children always keep this remedy at I Holds the Record i hand und find that is saves them much Tliough Thomas B Reed holds the trouble and worry It can always be de record for length of consecutive service in C ingress Joseph G Cannon of Illi- Â¬ pended upon und is pleasant to take nois has served In all two years longer For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R than Mr Heed A Shellman Stephensport 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ vestmeut Queenswaro I Queensware I Speaking therefore in behalf of those Lumber I Lumber We are badly overstocked on Qji pnsware and who lor any reasou are not influenced Ves we have a carload as nico as you ever saw by thu hiuher considerations in lavur of flaswtire and during this sale we will give twenty at the very lowest prices Also a lot oT Iron Hoofing Gutlering and Lead Trcuhs improved highways 1 taise the question percent ottof regular price Stoves Stoves I Wilt It pay the farmers In dot his unit Groceries Groceries I Intirely too miny Cook and IIMtin Stoves cents to improve their pillule roads them Now we trike y u where vou live Dont fall to Before attempting to answer this quts and jut li get lid oififieen we put the kn f to them So they go at er cent discount read cirelully We will save you money tiou let us consider in wind wayo per Â¬ too llest Soda a lbs for JC Messrs Harry Stum and manently good roads wid prove financi Â¬ llest Ilacon 6Uc and 7jc ally beiltiicial to limners All will agree Granulated Sugar Charley Ford 17 lbs forlioo Drown 1 think Unit a good toad will jo lbs for ft 00 Are now with us and they cordially invite all their Coal OilSuKar ijc 15c and aoc per gal Ecouumiz- ttmu aud force in transpor Â¬ friendsandcrstomers to come in to see thim Nails jo to 60 Keg ft Sc tation between farm ami niuiket 10 Keg Capes and Jackets I 190 S Keg wear on horses harness and Reduce 195 Just ecehed a larye consignment of handsnine No Hitting per lb 7 vehicles oi es VhKV ihiap and stylish 3 Pars Good soap for 5c Do not ail to fee our Hiegant 1luhCape for 4 50 b ilt Coarse nr l ine Increase the market value of real Slco esinte Improved roads bilng better prices lor Voui h Very Xruly farms and larm products Double loads clirupii transportation Can market over good roads when commoditits are scarce Rural homes are sought after along g od roads FORDSVILLE KENTUCKY Wagon highways are the greattst ar Â¬ teries ol commerce Civilization is to be judged by the con Â¬ dition ol thu roads 1 Good roads in the end will not cost as much money outlay us poor ones No a tax is as great as one of bad roads A bad road is a lit uvy tux on those a Si wiio use it ana the worst- - the road the heavier the tax Bad roads causo u decay of agriculture they impose the greatest of all burdens on the tanner Bad roads cause people to gather in the cities Bad roads wear out the iioises very rapidlythus detructii g very largely from the profits of the farm In view of these and vatiom other arguments that might be ollered 111 favor of good roads as against lud ones wo are led to believe that it w tilt bo better for all classesaud esp cially the larmers lo have our roads perm tn uty improved and we believe from a financial stand- Â¬ point it would cost les to build perma Â¬ is nent roads than to be continually repair- Â¬ ing thu ordinary dirt road In support of the lust statt ment I sub mit a few figures that we think ure con Â¬ Goods vincing It is estimated that permanently im- Â¬ proved highways would enhance the be Hardins- Â¬ value of real estate from 7 to per 1 1 We are not the only pebbles on tho beach when It comes to tula class of goods hut then we aro tho only people who can or rather will make you pric t quoted The question of good roads is second blow KorlLSo we will sell jou tho Genuine Doo Skin Jeans Pant extra wnll to none iu Importance to the farmer made nnd lined throughout This sells the world over at 1 25 Our No 1300 says B Beall in the West Virginia Farm Jeans Pant Is one Uttt retails everywhere for 85c j this we are going to give you at Review its dirt cheap We will also sell you a good Jeans Pant lined throughout for That god roads have money value to 0i we hale to do it hut let em rip Our 150 Jeans Coat is a ngularfi 00 seller He farmeis will bo granted by nil That Do not fail to see our 76o Deck Coat worth 1 00 For 1 25 we will sell you an the money vaiuu of improved highways Extra Heavy lliiok Cost rubber lined throughout including sleeves On all Suits is alone sufficient to justify thu cost of and Overcoats that aro in our Mammoth Stork we will during this snip allow 20 their constiuctiun will be admitted by per cent paid but Heretofore many farmers questioned by others and to Tailor discount off of regular pric from now on we havegoing alterlittle attention Made Suits and Pants but we are this trade for denied by a few keeps Mr Harry Stum will have charge of and cannot he beaten In view of the financial and many in giving genteel tits Get our prices and seethis departmentand we are sure wo can other advantages of good road 11 majori- pleaiH you A big line of Mackintoshes lower our sanipes ty of the farmers of the slate would them nt 133 this is really worth 175 Do than ever heard of before We tart you nepd a If doubtless favor their construction us nn no come ninng nnu get them at the folloving cut price nice Sunday pant Our 1 00 Iaitat ih rapidly as practicable under pome effici Â¬ 1 25 Pant for OSc j 150 Pant or 1 23 1 75 Pant for 38 2 00 Pant for 1 67 ent economical and equitable system of 2 25 Pant for f 1 7 2 50 Pant for 1 18 2 75 Pant f r 2 23 3 00 Pant for 2 43 Highway improvement 3 25 Pant for 2 J8 3 50 Pant for 2 8 4 00 Pant for f 3 It 43 75 Pant for 3 00 Hut there are some farmers who have little knowledge or appitciatiou of the Dentins of good roads aud wholherefore object on account of the great cost of We re loaded down to tho guards and want your help bo we can unload highway improvement jviinxmiiy m mm mo case in uuoners nnu neavy roixas During this Bale we will Xhese farmers regard with distrust and sell you Mlss s Rubbers for 20c Ladies Rubbers for 25r 40c dislttvur measurtslur highway improve Childs Heavy Shoes 6 8 for 38c worth 50c Youths I Mens Rubbers for COcj 12 for 43c worth ment and they are likely to oppose our Misses 132 for 48c worth 70c Ladips or 132 wnrih KV S mir mM ami eiiorts lor the improvement ol our good ends on Bargiin Counter choice for C0 worth 85c to 1 25 roads will prove a payit g financial 1l- Â¬ 1 SHOES SltOES 38 SHOES WILSON JONES 1 Figure Every Way You Will There burg no getting round the fact that Â¬ Witts Prices are the cheapest and are the best for the Witts money that can found at You Must Eat Just now you will find at this store the best line of FANCY GROCERIES in the city The stock of FRUITS in- Â¬ cludes ORANGES AND LEMONSwhile the line of CANNED GOODS embraces the very best brands of VEGETABLES and FRUITS JELLIES PICKLES SPICES CONDIMENTS and PREPARÂ¬ ED FOODS n The Best Kinds are kept in stock and anything you want of that nature can be found at Â¬ srTV II i Ring out the old Ring In the new Ring out the false Ring In tho true We bring to you tho new and truo from tho plney forests of Norway WITTS HARDINSBURG KY L A The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Bewleyville Ky Nov Foots 1 1 1WW J T C CHAS F OWEN WITH- - Brave Men Fall Casper May Co INI OANNKLTON Genuine Missouri White FOR SALE SEEDS J IlyoOrchard Grass Wheat and Clover F DUTSCHKE HOLT KENTUOKY Victims to stomach liyer and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in tiie blood backaches nervousness head ache and tired listless run down feel- Â¬ ing But theres no need lo feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Ho says Electric Bitters are just Delays Are Dangerous Many of your friends or people whom the thing or a man when he Is all run down and dont care weather he lives or you kuow of have contracted consumption pneumonia or other fatal disease by dies It did more to give me new neglect of a simple cold or cough Fo Â¬ strength aud good appetite than any Â¬ leys Honey and Tar a safe sure and thing I could take I can now eat any Â¬ pleasant cough medicine would have thing and have a new lease on life Haynes Drug saved them It is guaranteed A It Only 50 cents at Short It A Shellman Store Every bottle guaranteed Fisher Cloverport Stephensport Gordon Haynes PatesOne Minute Cough Cure cures ville E A Witt Hardinsburg That It what II wu made for Â¬ Â¬ Aguinuldoa hatred of Spain and his revolt against her rule Is said to have been due to an early love romance which ended after the lady had escaped from a convent and run away with him in their capture and his imprisonment by the Spanish authorities before he had a cnance to marry DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO Proprietors -- Cor Eighth and Main Sts A 3 Louisville Ky Not in the Combine k I I Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and oil Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhilaÂ¬ BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free rated j tho microbe bearing mucus is cut out 5 the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottloa Only 25o BOo and 100 Sixes ORMS For sale by VERMIFUGE Jlosiinljiiantlly Dest la Quality WHITES CREAM r AM 88 YEARS OLD andnfvtrnaed any riuiy niiul to 1r 1111 a It 1re Quick and permanent rvllrf in flip M wall Mcoogba and ooUa Ilmakw Hawaii Mk tnnca atreoc lta BE SURE YOU GET Dr I Bills K Plni-Tar-Hon- cy fcuawUas BaaMa U rUwta For 20 Yt ars Has Led all Worm Ramidlas SraMMff lrreabr --a I1MFS P Rlllllin ei SJMI Y nnAAAAAAAAAAAAUtXJtIIrL A K Fisher Cloverport Ky JWAIVWV - - - VMKWWf i -- h with protruding piles brought on by constipa- Â¬ tion with which I was nflllctcd for twenty years I ran across your CASCAHKTS In tbo town of Newell la and never found anything to equal them To day I am entirely tree from piles and feel like a now man IIKctTZ 1411 Jones St Sioux City Is PILES ufftroUlirtorlnrenof tliednmnd TATTOOED TURKEYS Marks On Yankee Birds This Qlorious Year Will Show We Have Something to Be THRIFTY SOLDIER He Manages to Save a Fortune While In Service ONE GLASS snatched from the Grave E O OF WINE It Wrecked Irvington College ORABBE AND WIPE HAVE OPENED THEIR SCHOOL AT IRVINGTON a CANDY CATHARTIC Thankful For TRAD MAAK Tho turkey crop for the Thanksgiving season will not hd as large as usual this year in consequence of a mysterious ma Pleasant ralatable Potent Taste Oood 10 lady which destroyed many yourg birds Qocxl Nerer Sicken Weaken or 0 ripe 10c Kc 60c during the early sumer CURE CONSTIPATION All of the best shipped stock is hand Slrllf RnJ C MT tltn Mtrtl Kw Trt H picked and corn fed biuI always brings giiatanteed by allrtruf a good price In consequence of is One MUIUDAU Boldanrt CUKK Tobacco Habit gists to condition and its piquant fUvor The custom of former years of ornamenting tho plump Bides of tho bird with tattoo Breckenridge News marks made with hot needles Immediate ly alter the fowls have been plucked U still carried out The design for this work this year will have a strong favor- Â¬ WEDNE8DAY NOV 23 1898 ing of patriotism as patriotic farmers believe that the outcome of tho war with Spain has left us with something HE WAS COOL to be more than usually thankful for A favorite arrangement of the needles spell Capt Paget the British Naval At- Â¬ out tache Under Fire I DKWKV AND VICTORY Â¬ RISISTIftfD Thanksclt inK 1898 j It was in this fight that a shrapnel Bhell struck the road within 10 inches of the foot of the British naval attache Capt Paget and lifted five Wisconsin volunteers ofl their feet and knocked them down For a moment Pug it was lost to vlewin a cloud of dust anu smoke from which no one expected to see him reappear alive but he strode out of it untouched remarking in a tone of ex- Â¬ treme annoyance There was a shell in tlio Soudan once djd exactly that same His tone seemed to suit thing tome goat that there was a limit to any mans patience A few minutes later a soli- Â¬ tary tree beneath which he was sitting was struck by another shell which hilled There are others honoring Sampson Hobson and Our American Defenders planted a An artistic farmer ha We thank the Army design readirg and Aavy and surrounded it with drap Â¬ ed American flags These tattoo marks show very plainly upon the creamy pink skins of fine turkeys as they bring the blood to the Bur face clearly and it Is expected that they will biing an additional price for a pro Â¬ duct that always commands better figures in the markets than turkeys from the other States Â¬ There is a general idea said a New Orleans Insurance agent that tho pay of a private in the regular army is entire- Â¬ ly too small to permit him saving any money hut a caa came under my obser vation recently that proves quito tho contrary As usual it all depends on ho one I have in mind is the man a Sergeant who was stationed for some vears at a southern post He was in New Orleaus during the present waraud I was naked to attend to some formalities connected with a travel permit on an insurance policy he curled It was for 10000 and had been in forco since lbM I was surprised at a noncommissioned regular haing a policy of that sizi mid took special pains to draw tho man out He told me that he in convention wasnt even a Sergeant when he took the insurance but a plain eyery day pri- Â¬ vate and that every dollar that he poss essed had been made from tho capital of his nsgis Ho had dabbled a little In but money lending at tho outset although the profits were enormous he found the business was tnakitg him tin papular among the men anu tie then bought an interest in a small candy store near tho post That prospered and he made other investments all of which have turned out so well that he is worth today between 10000 and 15000 He is married an I good deal of prosperity is no doubt due to his wife who it ia said to ho a very shrewd woman and who looks after the business end of ttu part- Â¬ nership I subsequently had the story verified from another source and know It to be strictly true It bIiowb what a steady pushing fellow can do even in New Orleans Times Demothe ranks crat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Democratic Par ty In I860 Politics SESSION HAS BEGUN And Changed the Course of National Dr croup at once cures the child and thus saves many a life Mothers need not fear that dreadful disease It Is II they have his reliable remedy at hand sold by all dniRKests lor 0 cents Balls Cough Syrup conquers nust Study English made-to-order two and wounded three men Paget who had been in a dozen campaigns took it all as a matter of course and assisted one of the wounded men out of the range of the bullets from the side of n steep and high hill The sight did more to popularize the Anglo American alliance with the soldiers than could the weight- Â¬ iest argument of Ambassadors or states- Â¬ men From Scribners Prom New Zealand Keefton New Zealand Nov 23 1890 I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlains medicines the sale has been very large more especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy then of all other makes of the previous five years As to its efficacy I have been informed by scores of per sons of the good results they have re- Â¬ ceived from it and know its value from the use of it in my own household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond the reach of the chilÂ¬ Â¬ fe- - E J SCANTLKDURY dren For sale by A K Fisher Cloverport K A Shellman Stephensport w J The Savage Bachelor They say said the scientific boader that microbes are the cause of bald- Â¬ ness Ive said a good many mean things about wives said the savage bachelor but I never called them microbeE Indl anpolis Journal Clarison is the namo of a new language constructed from French Italian Spanish and Portugese It isaid to he less thin than Italian less guttural than Spanish and omits the Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and uasaiH of the French and Portuguese Tho author of Olarison claims ttiat it Bladder can be completely mastered in two or Disorder of these Important organs three weeks But the failure of Volapuk causes Brights disease rheumatism pain ought to serve as a warning If the a practical worlds in the back dropsy and other troubles Latin races desire take up the study of language they must Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your English kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter For burns cuts bruises lacerations or Often these organs are neglected until injuries of any description BALLARDS that awful malady Brights disease has SNOW LINIMENT isasoverelgn remedy fastened upon you and death awaits its It never fails to do good and bo promptMany miraculous cures have ly that its wonderful curative properties victim been wrought by a course of treatment frequently create surprise Price 25 and with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These 50 cts A It Fisher tablets aro put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ Increases Electricity nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ A kite expert undertook a few days ern times to be the most direct in action ago to prove that tho statue of Liberty in on the kidneys of any remedy known to New York harbor at sorbed the electrici- Â¬ medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ ty in its neighborhood The little elect- Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free rical conductor was cent up along the booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all string to within 30 feet of the head of druggists or sent on receipt of price the statneaud the nearer it approached the larger were the snarks obtained So 50 cents and 1 the experimenter was forced to conclude A Noted Shipper that the statue tends to increase the Horace Vose a laigj turkey shipper o electricity near at hand instead of absorb Westerly R I who makes it a point to ing it sond a fine Bhode Island turkey to the White House every fall will send a portHe ly bronzvcolored bird this year j9 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought snips turkeys to Europe and has the Bean the table in this honor of supplying royaltys line SAVED OUR LIFE Â¬ It Is said thnt a sinalo e1rh of wluo pro bably wrecked the Democratic party in 1110 Btory is worm leiung says mo 1800 Atlanta Constitution After the break ing up of tho National Democratic Con- Â¬ vention at Charleston the party in Ureat Georgia held a State Convention excitement prevailed The leadeis of the party could not agree It was a critical period Tho majority report Indorsed tho Be coders or bolters at Charleston while the minority report opposed tlielr action The leading champion of tho minority was ilerschel V Johnson and ills follow ers wero conlident that his eloquence and logic would carry the day It is quite likely mat sucti wouiu nave been tne caeo but for an unfortunate mishap Kx Governor Johnson began his speech beforo the noon adjournment on the second day aud concluded after dinner Old men who remember that speech Bay that it was a powerful argument and the impression guneu grouuu inai auer the noon recess the speaker would de molish his opponents with a few sledge Â¬ hammer blows Hut the over contident friends of the minority report were doomed to disappointment Johuton felt the strain of the morning session so much that he was unable to eat anything and he took a glas of wiuo upon an empty stomach to strengthen himself This was a fatal mistake That ono glass of wine perhaps changed the destiny of the nation Thu great orator resumed his speech but the wino had nauseated him Ho was hazy verbose and unintelligible at times lilsBtyle and argument lacked vigor consistency and positivoness His friends looked at one another in despair Tho men on tho other side were exult- Â¬ ant It was evident that the Bpeakor had damaged his own cause Then Howell Cobb and Henry It Jackson followed each other for tho majority report They spoke with an air ot expectant triumph and captured ttie convention The majority report was adopted It is unnecessary to follow the history of The National the next few weeks Democracy was completely disrupted aud put two tickets in the field Lincoln was elected and the country was plunged Into a civil war Had Johnson succeeded in inducing the Georgia convention to adopt his conservative ideas it is safe to say that other Southern States would have fallen into line with our common- Â¬ wealth and the National Democratic party would have remained united This is the story of what a little glass of wine did It ruined a groat party caused a disastrous war and Oesides the loss of life coat tho South ovor four billions of dollais Perhaps this is rather speculative hut there aro many who be lieved it a generation ago Â¬ Â¬ Pupils will ho charged from tho tiino thoyontor until tho end of Tuition is duo The Kchool year will consist of two terms tho term Thcro will bo no deduction for nny tiino lost Full Corps in advance of Competent Touchers mfeuMnHHWrtsoN N Y Sun Hustl Chautauqua Co N Y Editor Sun I consldor It a duty to make tho following statement Ono year ago last April I became aflllctod with Kidney disease I employed ono of tho most oxporlonccd phy Â¬ sician ami frequently roilo to his ofllcoÂ¬ braced up w It li pillows 1 obtained no per manent relief I was Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows Collegiate School Businees School Normal School Intermediate School Primary School Incidental Fee 82000 per pupil per term Letter to tho Jumcstown 2000 2000 lfi00 1000 100 My aijo anil thosamoulseaso throegnn to think thcro was littlo liopo for mo finally I began tho uso of Dr rentiers Kidney and IlacknchoCuro and It helped mo from tho start My digestion Imprmud tho soreness left my sides and back nnil I on healthy muscle nnd UcMi Tno bottles completely cured UMAirJIJr1iON Reduced to a mere Skeleton of father Jacob Johnson of Ellery diedbo I yeara tk l Music Art and Elocution will ho charged extra Special terms to teachers desiring to butter qualify themselves for their professions Any variance from tho above terms must bo in writing and signed by tho Principal For further information address IE Lock Pox G DRUQQIST Hardinsburg Kentucky A LONQ A Irvington Brcckenridgo County Ky a CE ABBE HOUSE SLUUP New Orleans Girl Slumbers For Fif- Â¬ JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO teen Years Miss Khnire Marie Charpentier in New Orleaus tho last sixteen years of whose life have furnished n Ecientilic problem is dead When nine years old she began to sleep longer than was normal and at tho death oilier littlo brother to whom she was lmfwonntely devoted her sleeping Kpells begin to he more prolonged She was eighteen years old at that time Then hIio had an attack of fever and fell Into a trance which has lasted for sixteen years with Intermiss- Â¬ ions of two hours daily when she was fed During these intermissions she was in the full possession of her faculties and appreciated her condition Mlsa Char peulier was a daughter of Abnoir S Oharpenter of Lobit A Charpentier one of the wealthiest cmniniBsiuu houses in New Orleans ilurlngtheautehellumdayH Â¬ Managers Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE SALES RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE RESERVE BID TO SELLER DAILY AUCTION F R WILDER ilhj Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky Â¬ The war swept iway their fortune and her father died leaving the family cir cumataucis very much nltered For three days beforo her death Mhs Char pouter evinced no sign of her usual wak- Â¬ ening and Dr C J Lopez was called in It was hard to determine if life whs really extinct for her condition while in the trances were deathlike Kvery test was resorted to before her burial The case has attracted widespread attention in thu medical fraternity During the sixteen years of her franco she WHsawaka 111S0 hours uncoiiBcious 140100 hours Shu was coiiBrious one year aud ten months out of sixteen vears Â¬ HARDIN IDWIMPTHM WILDER InVlllulUn Kvery Wednesday and Thursday after the Fourth Monday in Kucli Mouth DE1TTISTS Difficult work Hitch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed A BOON TO MANKINDS DR 11 Â¬ It Hits the Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel eoro take a dose of Foleys I I Honey and Tar Saees will be at when the sore I once releivedii i warm great ful feeling aud Healing of the parts af- Â¬ fected will be experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits the spot It is guaranteed A It Fisher Clover Haynes Patesville port Gordon K A It A Shellman Stephensport Witt Hardinsburg TORN DOWN Relic of the Early Days of Our Millions Given Away is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern iu the land who nre not afraid to he generous to the needy and suffeiiug Thu proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Conuiuptiou Coughs nnd Colds have given away over ten millions trial bottles of this great medicine and havo thu satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness nnd all diseases of thu throat chest nnd lungs nre surely cured by it Call on Short Haynes druggist and get a trial bottle free lingular sm 50c and H Kvery bottle guaranteed or prico refunded AN UXPGRinRNT It TABLi 2 BUCKEYE M- o Zh 3 2iHxJm tn UH J a f wfc Zi m -o U3 r- L - r r -- TV tn U en Jl mmm iJntfy - trjx rnpc ST LOUIS MO h A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by Mail 75 cents Bottles so Cents JAMES F BALLARD Baskett Coal NOTICE Our Mines at Baskett are in full blast If you use our COAL your fire whether it be in a Stove a Grate or an open fire place will surely be in full blast too Whatever you do this winter use the BASKETT COAL A Country The old Bradlee house in Boston is be Â¬ ing torn down to make way for a modern business structure and thus disappears one of the most iutereeting historic land marks in the city In its wide old kitchen tho leaders of the Boston tea party disguised themselves rs Indians on the evening of December 10 1773 before go Â¬ ing to the wharf whero the cargo of tea whs thrown into the wateiB of Boston The old South church and harbor Faueull lml aro tho only two buildings beside the Bradlee houso now left of thoso that sheltered the patriots on that eventful day Built in 1771 the Bradlee Iioubo is still Btrong enough to stand another hundred yeais anil it doubtless would hayo been left wero it not for the pressure of tho citys growth around it Â¬ Â¬ Jor Â¬ Rale by A It llsher Cloverport Ky Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street What A Sawdust Diet Finally Pro duced WHY Â¬ DONT YOU VEST A The followirg Btorv told by tho Itha Â¬ Wo breed on scientific principles the ca N Y Journal will douhtleRS amuse IN FINIi 1OITIIKY ourreadeis One of the freshman stu following Black Minorcas Hull Cochins Barred Plymouth Bocks dents iu the Colli gj of Agriculture whs White WyandottcB W C V Polish Light Brahman bo impressed with thu pre gress that eci Free Your moneys worlli cr no sale Writo for catalogue ence is making iu substituting thu arti flcial for thu real that ho recently underKENTUCKY STOCK POULTRYFAHiM Brandenburg Ky took hii experiment of mixing sawdust with cornmeal for chicken feed He gradually increased the proportion of sawdust until the hens and chickens were feeding on sawdust alone Still 1HES the fowls seemed to thrive Finally the vouug scientist had occasion to set n hen aud he placed fifteen egg from tho From a Methodist Preacher Because it is placed here by the sawdust ftd hens under her Thirteen Clay City Ind Jan 12 1817 NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS of tho eggs hatched but twelve of the Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III chicks JiHil wooden legs and tho thir Â¬ F for the benefit of the public that they may know Gentlemen It affords me great pleas teenth was a woodpecker where to go to get the best dental work at the very ure to speak in praise of your most ex lowest price nfSrM TEETH does It Icine A cough is not hko a fever I havo suffered quito cellent Ve extract teeth 25 cents without pain WlTHOUlPATES Curo rom sick headache the re- Â¬ not have to run a certain coureo a grett 500 itiake n good set of artificial teeth for sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv- Â¬ it quickly aud allcctually with Ono Min75 Your remedy corrects ute Cough Cure thu best remedy for all Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy er and bowels 50 coses Wo Teeth filled with amalgam these troubles and my headaches are ages and for tho most severe L I 100 recommend It because its good Short Teeth filled with pure eold stopped J O Boone mUStm nfi9fSintM nnd up M E Church Haynes Pastor Â¬ Â¬ FEW DOLLARS IN- Â¬ i tlfllVr II II II 111 LDWTEBESTEVEBYBODYi I JrCtlUB p Â¬ YMidAimP A A Big Job Four immense five story brick flats hi Harlem have been moved 101 feet to make way for a bridge the opotation re- Â¬ quiring twenty one days There were 35 jackscrews under the buildings and at each signal they wero shifted three sixteenths of an inch The contractor received 10000 for his work which was entirely successful The Art of O recce Greece Ib the parudiso of aesthetic To such minute detail has the lovers lauguage of llowors in that kingdom been reduced that awectluartd may hold extensive correspondence by tho liiterchangj of loose clusters if blossoms This custom is frequently lesorted to and is recommended to ouug folka laboring under the ban of strict parental discipline years Ruarantcc Riven with ctcry filllnc Wc liave titen established in IouUvllle for otr ten Can give reference from best lirofesslonal and business men in the city Remember the Make no mistake but Ret In the right place 5 IS Our system of making cold crown ami linage uottoncan wunoiii juiuch mine nei unown ionic precision eople from nbiojd can come iu tliu moruinirund wear their new teetli home same day New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky 542 f Overcome evil with good Overcomo If you have soro throat soreness acroes your coughs aud colds witli One Minute Bide or your lungs leol Bore Is bo good children cry the back or Cough Cure It or tender or you are threatened with Â¬ for it It cures croup bronchitis pneu or pneumonia apply BAL monia grippe and all throat and lung diptheria LARDS SNOW LINIMENT externally Haynes Short diseases and use BALLAUDS HOUEllOUND SYUUP A It Fisher Exiling Oenlus lWT Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to curo you It is tho discovery of un oniinont physician No Knife I Â¬ ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY I Professor Lombroso complains in Tho Vita Iternazionale that Italy is following tbo example of Russia and driving away into forelg countries most of her shin Â¬ ing lighis in literature and art In Cavours day Italian universities attracted foreign scholars like Sheriirand Today we seo Italians like Moleachott Parol o Pautacoul Mafll Amaldi Galan ti exiled to Switzerland aud Austria iu search of rest and liberty 1 Schleys Children Admiral Schley married Miss Annie Franklin of Anniipilis and hsa three children two bojsond a girl Virginia fa married to Mr Wortley an Kngllsh gfiitlemau nephew of Karl Worllevand resides iu New York Scott has just bigun thu iiractico of medicine in New York aud Frank is iu tho army No Interruption of Business It has you cured thousands and will curo JUL T S WILCOX irominout merchant politician The first treatment brings immediato roliof and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department Baysrec was After years of sufTerlnii DONS PILE OINTMENT ommended to me Tho uso of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho attention of other sul ferlng with piles Â¬ You Can Afford to Change It A heavy cold may lead to pneumonia or consumption Foleys Honey and Tar taken in time affords perfect security from serious results A It Fisher Clo Â¬ It A Shellman Stephens verport port Gordon A Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOQA DON CHEMICAL COMPANY TENN Bears the Blgnaturo of u wswpi WgHWP mmT ph Breckenridge News WR1ME8DAY NOV INI 1898 BRANDENBURG Mrs Temple Simmons In very low Mrs 8 1 Woolfolk Is much belter Miss Kna Ktitli a handsome young lady from Loulnville Ib visiting her nistiM Mm Win ISuwley Mies Agnes Malln will bo an able ai tistnnt to my clats with her violin Agnes Is an accomplished girl Ask D W Lewis and O H Caspprkii about throw birds and those live shots Make em fees up Its a rich joke ro Ieitchfleltl is conducting protract Â¬ ed aeryires at his church Irvlngtitn BaaBaaavfl laaaBaaaaaaaia9lvPlfl raJSflvH LaaaTaaaaaa u jfcT 3D S haq a sweet voice James Stuart son of Chas Stuart who died In theiiBboro last week wasagreat nephew of Judge C C Fairleigh of this Chas Stuart sou of Judge James place Muart was born here and lived until young manhood We extend sympathy Mrs Gerard Foote and son of Breck- Â¬ enridge county were in town shopping last week I wan sorrv they did not I am an exceedingly cotne to dinner busy woman hut let mo know aud 1 can I S Itichardson of the Arcade Nevitt always give a rind an audience and a tiough A Co Win Mclntire Geo II meal Casperke and Brandenburg Normal are M Duncan went to the generous progressive names Our Mr and Mrs I Cloverport to see Courtney Duncan worthy most popular County Supenn Ashcraft annouces lai h before ho leaves for Arizjua or New tendent W Mexico with his mother to recuperate prize in a neat circular his health Courtney is a bright young H Nevitt and Will Smith 0 Mand man and we do hope a change of climate will spend Thanksgiving at home homo may restore his shattered condition young friends will be down from Louis ville also Mrs Mi n e and her daughter I did not mean even a gentle reproof to our most worthy laynesville corre Â¬ Miss Mamie fonnii g a pleasant house I think party Mr aud Mrs Nevitt will uive h spondent of Meade Messenger wliat lie said was exprefseil clearly mid reception to their son C M Ntvitt thin always admired the week who will have become a voter concisely and young gentleman very much as a pupil ujion the occasion He is a line corresponof our Normal The Courier Journal aud Evening 1ost dent too are not the only papers that can have bright sayings from bright children Mr and Mrs Chas ltdrleigh of Iailu call spent a few days with Judge 0 C lttle Mary Louise Woodson is barely Farleigli and wife last week and a few two years old Her mother had made friends had a tuikey dinner with those her a little red under drt BS a dav or so Mrs Chas lairleigh ih a day or so afterwards she said Mamma good people Yes Did He one 01 the happu bt sw eetest and jolliest did God make me Yes little sweet persons on my list of friends Olios is make brudder God made said the mother heart a fine fellow No He didnt mamma Miss Marv Van Cleave left Tuesday everything from a charming visit to Miss Maydee cause He never made my little red 1usey blie goes to St Louis to join a petty toat house party then to Kansss Citv and at I want to shake hands with Catherine Christmas she will join a party at Misses Moore in C J last Sunday on her ideas Kate and Irina Goidons New Albany of forgiveness She had heard a fine Miss Maydee will also lie their guest sermon at Calvary by our dear Bishop The coterie will bo a bunch of Ameri Dudley that of forgiveness of man to can Beauty Hoses man tins sue and we all admit is a Tomorrow night Thanksgiving eve puzzling subject God does not rt quire the pupils of Brandenburg Normal will impossibilities of us we are human Some of the basest most cruel thirgi We give their annual entertainment have gotten it up in just ten days Mr that come to us are the work of people Treach Burton insists that we can ork uri an we have thought our friends entertainment without losing time from ery stabs in the dark but we all know school so we do the practice so a big them I wouldnt give a snap for one who couldnt hate as cordially as he or help to the music pupils Miss Lett ye Herndon daughter of Mr she can Iovp A pamby pamby lackaand Mrs II W Herndon was married daisical individual who loves aeverybodyI fraud last week to Mr Kobb Mercke of Louis- Â¬ its a story its a deception myself and dont want any such friends Miss luttye is a very pretty at ville tractive girl and lias married a polished like that good Presbyterian minister Dr gentleman o a wealthy family Tiiev both cheeks the Individual would get a will live at their home Tlie Terrace knock down every time If I were a after a bridal trip Kast man but heres one that resents the first Mr A C Burton has been chosen to otlense I am devoted to my friends and make the evening address at BardBtown despise a hypocrite Fourth Kentucky District Teachers AsSpeaking little Louise Woodson and His subject will sociation Dec Kith be The Making of a Man Juite a her cute saying reminds me of what compliment to our ttacher but a de Â¬ funny mistakes the children at home served one Mr Burton handles hisBiib make name came Home irom scnooi jects ctexterously and always dives for and said Mamma Mr Hardefity Bays I Not re- Â¬ must remit this to memory pearls which he brings to the surface No I mean permit mit I said clear largo beautiful gems Kducational interests are to the fore When I ixplained it waa commit she Our merchants to en wished to know how you ever learned Iu Brandenburg the dillerence A cape she explained to courage pupils to uraduato in the com mon school course have offered pries me was a point of land objcting intoÂ¬ The next a lad la someaggregating sixty Cue dollars to be the water what anxious too to extend his vocabuawarded II C Woodson Yeakel it Co lary so he informs me he doesnt cher- Â¬ ish anything lie eats after a hill When told he meant relish he too wished to know how he was to know He also states that he is revolved not I am just like to miss a day from school the children 1 wonder how they and oung people ever get our cong omerated language straightened out I have n note from a graduate of a distant citv Visitors to Louisville will Hnd she sa5s Kxcept kind wshts etc find this store just the spot 1iiniiy world1 A lino large to come to Two gentlemen were discussing music building stocked with hun the other day One argued that it was dreds of dollars worth of not a gift hut the result of study and practice the ther said that ono did have merchandise and all the natural lal nt aud was gifted Liszt was conveniences craved by the the worlds greatest pianist He said a place to weary traveler No matter lio great a genim one mav have your bundles checked he H cannot take the place of study At the age of lime he plajed the inoit a place to have your pack Â¬ dilli Mill music at public conc rts Yet ages Fcnt resting pluccs at the age of twenty he retired from pub throughout the store and lic life and for live veiirs devoted him Â¬ material for writing at your self to hard studv Of course an iudivid ual can he gifted in music and music la disposal Our corps of po- Â¬ great deal more diflicult for some than lite salesmen will uso ull for others but each and every one must their efforts to make you studv It has been the high privilege of feel at home the generation that is passing away to have read and to have known seven of Havent we someono who the moat famous maestri that have ever is working for us that is All their names are syiioujmous lived Our from your county with all that is great and glorious and men are from most every grand iu musical achievement Li i Ole Bull Von Ilulow Thalberg Hiihin county in the State They weie stein Josvlfv Iaderewski all Tgifted and played at an xtremely arlyag but they were all elo ei stu I enis and those who survive are still laboring Mendelssohn btudied piano v o in c mposition and painting at the age of seven aud yet I hear parents ray Market My child has too much in school to 1 want to see a child take up music that is injured by study He or she Ky would be a curiosity No child who does not begin music early is a auccesi Take 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lip spent Saturday at home and return d to his work there I regret to know Dr Font in on llu I was promising myself n sick list Thanksgiving visit fiom his belt r halt Hope yet she in ly come is Mrs B A Young nf Lniilsvllle visiting Mrs Blanch Fountain Percy Young came down with his moihor for a few days hunt Hit has returned The Teachers Sunday School meetli r Anyone is are proving quite a help welcome nlio is Interested In the work Miss Ada Brown had the last meeting The proceeds from the two Social Aids did much towards liltiugsouielittledebls that the Ladies Aid had Incurred for the L t their pleasant affairs parsonage continue Miss Mabel Shacklett Is one our pret tiest oung girls and ono of my brightest pupils She will sing Thursday night for the first time in public She has a mezzo soprano volte We regret so much that our friend Co is in Geo Itehnan of Yeakel He has been to Iouisville poor health for treatment and lias returned some what improved Let us hope he may continue MisseB Minnie Bland Mabel Hardin and Lena Nevitt in my class will he the iiccompanists Thursday night at the They are all bright muentertainment Kach has sicians of whom I am proud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LADIES The Newest and READY MADE GARMENTS Latest Syles of Kersey Beaver and Plush CAPES We have just received New and Fresh Goods at the lowest prices When you come in to see our Beautiful Stock of Goods and our Wonderful Low Prices ask for our Special Ladies Plush Capes You will be surprised to see this handsome garment at the price we offer Green Fla gBarg ain Store HARDINSBURQ KY CLOVERPORT HIGH ulatlon We as Americaus do mest ev- Â¬ erything in haste It is alright to em ploy a big force and rush to completion an immense edifice but when it cotnts to education music art no matter how intelligent the pupil haste push hurry will ruiu the structure The great trouble the whole world over with all of us teachers is lacK nf work and thotgit with our pupils Kach teacher has a somewhat dllferent path of instruction but thev ar all alike in one respct song Music should he a soiw of de Â¬ light to each pupil It is hard to sue ceed at anvtiing unless ones heart ami soul are interested Â¬ a H BAKER BROS Did you ever SCHOOL Examine tlio stock of Clothing on sale at D S Richardsons at Union Star If so you were struck by three things the excellence of the material the stylo of cut and the cheapness of prico Its a fact that you cannot Find a Better Selection in any store in the county than can lie found lure GLENDEANf No school this week after Wednesday Bill Vessels came up from OAeiisboro W Sunday 0 Moorman Irviigton Sunday attended church at Ladies Have you yet bought your Winter Millinery Cloaks or Of course you want the Latest Styles and you want Capes the lowest prices Its foolish for you to go away from homo for thin when you can get what you want at the lowest prices from fc2x54v Minn IrenB Hoard was in Hardinsburg Saturday and Sunday Miss Alma Mattingly is the possessor of an elegant new piano Miss Luiie Moorman spnt Saturday with Mrs W It Moorman Kldie Lou Moorman went to Clover port on business last Friday Miss Carrie Owen went to Cloverport Friday returning Saturday Mifs Alma Mattingly went to Hardins- on rg erniay returning Sunday Miss Sallie Moorman is spending sev Â¬ eral days with Miss Carrie Owen Mrs A It Fisher returned Monday morning io ner Home at uioverport Mrs Malin of Owensboro visited her father Mr I II Deweese last week Kelloirg Smith and wife visited lfis grandma at John II Smiths Sunday Mr Curtis father has returned from Illinois and will spend the winter here Mr and Mrs Bob Kobertson improve slowly neither hardly being able to be ebout Julian Brown and Charley Phillips have thirty Que fat hogs which they will slaughter Boon Mack Payton and his sister Miss Mary rode up from the Falls of Rough a little wlule bunilay attertoou Mrs Amanda Moorman Missltosebud Moorman and Mr and Mrs JetT Owen spent Sunday at Mr Tom Robertsons Mr Wash Matthews who fell and broke his arm n short time ago is getting along nicely notwithstanding his ad- Â¬ vanced years Dr Arthur Walker stopped a day with vnffiu5irj rttBtfliBVjPwKrVKKI l sides I he regular classes in Higher Mathematics Latin and the 8 iences i at the beginning o tho winter and spring term we will orgHnize a Teachers train- Â¬ ing class for the benefit of those who 111 tv wish to preparo themselves for ex- Â¬ amination for a County or Statu Certifi- Â¬ V cate or for a Stalo Diploma know just how to prepare jou for examination Hence if you wish to raise the grade of your teaching ability join our ciass and gt the bendit of our long experience in teaching and school discipline Schools were hard to get last year but will be harer to git next yoar The time has come when trustees recognize the importance of employing competent teacberH Hence you must prepare yourself or retire from tho profession Itutdonotgo away to some so called Normal fcliool that is a mountain in display but a molo bill in merit We can give you individual attention Board Tuition and Instrumental music at reas- Â¬ onable rates Vocal music free to all pupils Send for catalo me Â¬ D S RICHARDSON UNION STAR friends here last week He had been at the Falls of Rough buBy for a few days with dental work Last Saturday Miss Sarah Willoughby was married to a Mr Phelps The wed Â¬ ding occurred near Mr Tom Robertsons The Rev Mr Day of Rockyale ofliciat ing The Rev Mr Crokera lecture will bo at Utopia Hall next Friday afternoon His subject is one to interest eveybody and iu order to prevent regrets afterward everbody is going to hear him Utopia and her visitors were under special obligations to our Lexington boy Robert Moorman for his contribution to the school paper Friday uftemoon His description of college life particularly the military part was well received by every one LoLan Hardaway of North Dakota and Pierce Hardaway of HhwIhvvHIi wore visiting their sister Mrs I 0 Mr Hardaway Moorman last week has been in North Dakota for ninaypars IDs general information special know- Â¬ ledge of the N irthwest and peasing manners make him a most interesting companion Miss Nannie Mreens pupils gaye a very pleasing enteriaininent to acrowded house of patrons friends aud visitors last Miss Greens school Monday night will observe Thanksgiving with appro priate Bong and other oxercises With such work aud interest it Is easy to un Â¬ derstand her large attendance and it markable enrollment Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure That l what It was niacin lor cures Our School has been uewly graded n proper system of discipline established and the school put upon a permanent basis We have tho best equipped most convenient and mot commodious school liiuuiiiK 111 this part of thu State The c ur faculties are all experlii inb ienced and u thusiaetic teachers Our edinatitnal faculty are therefore equal to thosi of anv other town in this part of the State Parents who contem plate sending their children aay to ecliool will consult their own interest as well as that of their children by invest-in-- r tho meiits of our school before send ii j tbtm else where Our music Department iu charge of Mifli Annie May and Miss Lulu O ven is a prominent feature of tliH school These ludlep have had special training in their preparation for their choos u pro fission as teiiihnra of instrumental music and all who put themselves un der tlieir charge may expect to make the best progress that is possible under thoroughly competent teachers Tlior ough instructions and drill given in all departments including Irnnarv Com mon School Academic and T achors Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a beautiful gift Â¬ D purliiicnlH S E Hancock Principal and Business Manager Clover- Â¬ port Ky The holidays are fast approach- Glad to See You Get a Start And Save Endless Suf- Â¬ fering which Winter Brings LEVY BROS Third and Louisville Clothing Ilntfi and Fur- uishliifi floods for Men and lloya and Shoes for Everybody all the worlds greatest performers and we know this is so Interest iu music is growing everywhere The improvement of the last few years In the grade of those entering the profession and the charac- Â¬ ter of the American music journals and the attitude of the newspaper press toward music is a matter of gr at congra- Â¬ Thoso who got a start on tho dis oiiho beforo the cold and disugreo nblo weather aggravates it will find a cure less diflicult Catarrh increases in soverity year by year Tlio most offensive of all dis and becomes ono of tho most ob eases becomes more intonso us cold stinato and doop soated troubles In fact But it is equally important that weather approaches many who have boon under treat- Â¬ tho right romedy bo given All ment for so long and during tho local applications of sprays Miinmer feel little discomfort from washes can inhalations etc the dKeiibO tiro almost persuaded novor euro Catarrh for thoy do that thoy have been curod Hut not roaoh tho dis tho first chilling blast of wintor easo Catarrh is proves that tho disease is still with in tho blood and them and us tho winter advances only a blood tlieir Catarrh grows iu soverity romedy can euro Those who have felt only a slight it Local appli touch of Catarrh may bo sure that cations only only cold woather iu needed to de- Â¬ reach thoirritatod What appears velop tlio disease surfaco tho right to li only a bad cold will prove romedy must bo more diflicult to euro than for- Â¬ takou intornally merly and will return with moro Swifts Specific S S S is tho frequency until boforo long the right romedy for Catarrh It diseuso is fully dovolopnd cures tho most obstinate- cases by For years I Buffered from a severe going direct to tho causo of tho enfo of Catarrh and took several kinds troublo tho blood and forcing of medicines and used various local apThoso who havo plications but thoy had no effect what- out tho disoaso ever I was induced to try S H S mot with so much disappointment Swifts Specific and after two months from local troatmont should throw I was perfectly well and have never asido tlieir sprays washes and in- Â¬ felt any effects of tho disease since haling mixtures and tako S S S B P MoAiubtkk Harrodshurg Ky A cure will rosult Send for freo It is easy to see tho importance books Addross Swift Specific of prompt treatment for Catarrh Company Atlanta Goorgia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On Catarrh ing If you havo a friend you are going to remember on Christmas what would be more appropriate as a gift than a fine Oxford Teachers Bible bound in morocco You can get such a Bible with tho Biikck ENiiiiirjK News for ono year for 8250 You cant buy tho Biblo at retail for less than 250 anywhore in tho world By this arrangement you practically get the Nkws freo for ono year Tho Childs Biblo a beautiful work for children and tho Nkws for ono year lor 8200 AT SIPPELS Can found ery thing be cv need- Â¬ ful to make Thanksgiving a day of feasting This coupon is worth 5 cents to you Cut it out hring it to our storo and overy purchase amounting to 25 co ts wo will give you a re hate of live cents on overy 25 cent purchase on Understand- - 1 PPNTQ 3i Now V This Saves You 5 On Cents Every 25 Cent L II St L TABU No 10 TAKING EFFECT SKIT Hi 18 8 Wtct Hound Trln hat Hound Train TIME h Purchase FofdsYllle Branch Eoast Turkey Tastes Hy itsolf 11 Good tNo3 tSo6i fl STATIONS Oarheld Uarned llardlniburg Kirk tSo s 8 t Je 4 1 JW 7Wi Hpm lOCOam Lv Irvington Ai 11 1 90am 8 31 7 24 7 45 U 21 113 1160 1167 SlJpm ftau fiMi 5 ml but it tastes better whon it is linked by juicy oystors crisp celery piquant tomato eitsup line canned vegÂ¬ etables and fruits eolect cheese and sweet andfaour pickles of all kinds 7M 8 Ul 8 Ml I2t4um 12 12 HH l IW 30 65 Jolly 7M Olendeanr 7 41 r FalliHoughlv 71 ArKord villi L Itockvalc A kin OalK 0 3 sll 8 01 f 41 414 410 4 27 4 n J 33 HJO 3 21 31 pin It Tastes Better Whonit ia eaten with fine fresh bread and when you are through with tlio turkey you will want oke fruits candy and nuts for desert Â¬ 015pm T IU 120 106 3d UMart 43 and 44 connect fit Irvlnirton wnh Tyalni Not 3 and for pointt on Fordivillo branch Tr4ln j j 4 and 3 run daily Traini Not a and 4 connect at IrvlnKton with Main Line Iralniiiij 43 and 44 iiiy Traina 41 41 ii f 2SYRUP CURES OR CALDWELLS PEPSlN TIPATIONI V Julius Sippels ii- - vi