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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mtttttamtmiimmtwmmammmmnmnwsn i Winnie mm in - mrj ni BRECKENRIDGE NEW ALL THR VOL S t NEVWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 23 XXIII ed corn and the antidote for the poison which is the same for horses as for human beings ia an emetic of mustard and warm water followed ty large draughts of warm water Give strong draughts of coffin and whiskey witli charcoal freely Keep the horse lyintr down and prevent It from beating its head against the ground CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21 1898 KEEPS ON MYSTERIOUS MALADY Is Killing Many Poor Horses In and ti Many a household is saddened by death Around the City because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absoluto certain cure for croup Animals Suffer Terrible Pain Dcfore such as One Mil ute Cough Cure See Death Relieves Them that your little ones are protected agiinsl emergency Short Haynes A mysterious disease is killing horees Christmas Dinner in and around Gloverport Tliu afllicted animal ie suddenly seized with violent The members of the Methodis church pains which causes it to stagger and in a at Hardinsburg are to give a grand lew hours death comes to its relief Chrjstmas dinner in Tent a old store The first animal in this city loeoccumb bouse Decuibnr 24th for the benefit of to the unknown plague was Dr It L the church All are invited Njvveona dorse known as Charlie Tne latter was the equine character of Overcome evil with good Overcome the town and has been driven by almost your coughs and colds with One Minute every person in the city On Thursday while he was being led Cough Cure It is so good children cry to water by a nt gro boy he was seized for it It cures croup bronchitis pneu- Â¬ with violent pains and fell on the bridge Vllls suffering was intense and a great monia grippe and all throat and lung Haynes crowd saw him in the throes of fginy diseases Short He became blind before he died On Friday Charlie Rohter lost a horse A New Light and J 0 Weatherholl lost two fine ani The enterprising new film of Jolly has mals from the same disease It since became epidemic and the money Cain at Irviuuton has installed an loss due to the mentality among horses acetylinn gis plant in lhir slum and now that establishment is the moot in this section cannot be estimated lighted one county It is thought that this is the same dis Â¬ brilliantly keeps growing in the and more more ease that is killing so many horses in Irvington Daviess county An Evausville man who Is identified The sooner a cough or cold is cured with the drug trade and who has a con siderable knowledge of the symptoms of without harm to the sufferer the better poison said that the malady which is Lingering colds are dangerous Hacking killing off the horses in this section of county is ergot poisoning aud that it cough is distressing Orijj Minute Cough the is the result of feeding tnem blasted Cure quickly cures it Why suffer when corn such a cough cure is within reach It is Ergot which is a poisonous drug pleasant to tasle Short Haynes usedin obstetric is derived from blast Â¬ Â¬ GREAT REMOVAL SALE Onccount of removing to Vine Grove Ky decided to close out our entire stock of wo have GrEHERAL MERCHANDISE CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES CLOTHING AT - FURNITURE HARDWARE TINWARE and GROCERIES WHOLESALE COST If you want to get BARGAINS come now and buy a large supply of goods as you will novor have such a chance again While this sale is going on wo will sell strictly for cash or produce Thanking you for past favors and hoping to be favored with your trade in this short stay hero we are Respectfully F LOEB GUSTON KY A choice line of dolls and toys n j CO wo P S Any merchant who wants a good place to open a Btore will be glad for him to come to see ub Hnd no Appotlto Now Bottcr In Evory Way A Dollcato Child Somo tltno slnco I took a sudden cold Ballmans Ear of Corn Laid in nnd could not get rid of It Being subject to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed the Shade terribly I lost my appotlto nid grew poor and weak and 1 dd not feci liko Thomas J Jolly of Bewleyvllle work I began taking Hoods garsnpa rilln In a short tltno tho cough disap Â¬ Breaks the Record peared I slept well had a good appetlto I was better In every way Last The trlimph of J W llallman of and Â¬ I West View was short lived Last week spring I was not feeling well had no ap I retorted to he sent word that he had an ear of corn petlto and no strength that for size could beat anybodys ear of Hoods Barsnparllla and soon felt moro My llttlo nephew was a dell corn but he has more than met his llko work match and muBt yield the palm as well cato child and had a humor which trou- Â¬ as the championship belt to Thomas J bled Jilm so he could not rest at night Jolly the genial proprietor of the Dowey Ho has taken n few bottlc3 of Hoods Sar Heights farm one mile north of Bewley saparllla nnd now ho Jms a good appotlto ville Mws AniilH J and is ablo to sleep Mr Ballman it will bi remembered lives at West View and in iiiiibitlom Freeman South Duxbury Mass season he succeeded in Mining an far of Sarsa- 2 corn that had 28 rowe averagir g G2 1 150 grains grains to the row making Hh thought lie had a cinch on the ear Is tlits One True Mood Turlfler All druggists SI On Thursday Inst Mr Jolly was shuck- Â¬ was a HnmliS 1 HIS aro tho best after dinner ing corn and h found an ear that nOOU digestion JM giant It had 28 roue hiiiI there was an - of 54 grains to the row making averagSpecial Services in nil 1512 grains to tint ear This t xr of corn is now on exhibition There will be special services at the at Jolly Cains store at Irvington and Catholic church in this city Christmas Bob Jolly Ujy Cain or Clint Adkisson Three masses will be celebrated The will show it to you without money or hours for th masses will be 5 oclock 7 without price oclock and 10 oclock in the morning Those Irvington p oplo are growing The 10 oclock mnsa will bo high mas too ambitious and ue beg some other There will be special music unl the Breckenridgo farmer to produce an ear church will be beautifully decorated to beat it Bob Jolly picked strawberries on Thanksgiving day and it looks as FOR PNEUMONIA though the Jollys are trying to corner Dr J C Bishop of Agnew Mich all the freaks of the vgntahle kingdom Please somebody head them ill says I have UBed Foleys Honey and And Heres Another Tar in three very severe cases of pneu Â¬ The Glendeane cornspondent to the monia the past month with good results II A Shell Nkws in a moment of enthusiasm sent A KFisher Cloverport in thV following He has Ballman beat man Stephensport E A Witt Har- Â¬ en but theres the gnat unbeatable dinsburg Jolly standing in tbe way of Brother Willis triumpu UNCLE JOSH As the on n r of the nubbin producing old fum adjoining friend Bill mans in tl e Fair View neighborhood I was ex Â¬ ceedingly pleased to note that he had Will Be Finely Interpreted By Local pro luc 1 the mammoth corn ear of the Talent st ason I had about concluded that inferior cutiyation was all that kept my The person who mieses the ainatuer broom sedgn fields from being the most enormous producers in the county but play Undo Josh which is to be inter Â¬ Fair View is eclipsed Glendeane has preted by the members of the local A O done it Clint Willis tells me that he U W Lodgj nt Mattinglys hall on the has an ear of corn with 30 rows of grains nights ol December 26th and 27th will with 49 grains to the row making 1470 be missing a rare treat The members of the caBt are now re grains on the ear Mr Willis veracitly is unquestionable and without Beeing hearsing and have made wonderful pro Â¬ this grain production we are willing to gress Their work is artistic and will re Â¬ award nim the prize till some other sec- Â¬ sult in a most BucceBsful and entertaining performance There will undoubtedly tion is heard from Clint ought to be the happiest man be a large attendance at the show that reads the News hes newly married be it remembered and now that he Late to bed and early to riBO prepare ought to be smiles from ear to ear a man for his home in the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Kiser the A cough is not hko a fever It does pill that makes life longer and better and not have to run a certain course Curo wiser Short Haynes it quickly and effectually with One Min Will Oive a Play ute Cough Cure the best remedy for all The Lewlsport band boys are thinking We ages and for the most severe cases recommend it because its good Short of getting up n play in the near future They have about decided to present the Haynes drama entitled Uncle Josh Lewis port has some Hue dramatic talent and Big Purchases there is no doubt but that the play will Foster Lyons has purchased 100000 be a success from start to lliiish pounds of tobacco at Custer so far this Constipation prevents the body from season He paid from 1J to 7 Alf Tay- Â¬ lor has bought 40000 pounds of the weed ridding itself of waste matter DeWitts at Rosetta paying from 1 to 7 These Little Early Risers will remove tho troubuyers are operating earlier in the sea- ble and cure Sick Headache Biliousness son than usual and have made unusually Inactive Liver and clear the Complexlarge purchases for this time of year ion Small sugar coated dont urine or Soothing healing cleansing DeWitts cause nausea Short Haynes Witch Hazel Salve is the implacable Weighs Ten Pounds enemy of sores burns and wounds It 0 F Hedman the popular railroad never falls to cure Piles You may re- Â¬ agent at Irvii gton is one of the proudest ly upon it Short Haynes men on tho Henderson Route and well he should be On tho evening ol December 7th a beautiful ten pound Will Make Arrangements boy made Us appearance at his home There will boa meeting of the citizens Mother and child are doing well Heres of Irvington Saturday Dec 24th for the our congratulations Bro Kdman arrangements for the Eurpose of making of a Farmers Institute at that LOST point Committees will bo named to see Many have lost confidence and hope as that visitors are entertained and such steps will be taken as will make the in- Â¬ well as health because they have been stitute an assured success told their Kidney dlseaee was incurable Foleys Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed When you ask for DeWitts Witch remedy for tho discouraged aud disconHazel Salve dont accept a counterfeit or solate A R Fisher Cloverport R A Imitation There are more cases of Piles Shellman Stephensport E A Witt being cured by this then all other com- Hardinsburg bined Short Haynes JROWING Catarrh and Bronchial Troublo ail Weak SOCIETY SENSATION Louisville Alan Shoots His Sisters Betrayer The Latter Is a Prominent Attorney Owensboro Â¬ aV4i Rv OYi DSOIUIEEV fclRE Makes the food moro delicious and wholesome oma powetn co xtw vornt Baking Powder ELEVEN RECRUITS Hood parilia Â¬ sensational encounter took ukceon Second and Walnut streetaHLoulsville Robert McDowell a young Suuday shot and lawyer and society man wounded Freeman Little and chaBed He then surrendnred htm into a saloon to a policeman and swore out a war ant charging Little with criminal assault upon his sister Kate McDowell last August The fight was witnessed by ami another brother Mies McDowell Irvine When Little was shot Irvino put his Bister into a earrlago and drove her home All the people are socially prominent The McDowells are gr at grandchildren of Henry Clay Their father is W P McDowell of Louisville brother of Col Henry Clay McDowell prrprletor of the Ashland the famous blue gnus home ol the great commoner at Lexington All are devoted to society nnd popular the girl being beautiful and accomplished Little is tbe sou of Judge Little a prom He and inent lawyer of Owensboro Miss McDowell have been engeged for Recently Mirs Mc- Â¬ several months Dowell found it necessary that the mar riage bo immediately solemnized but Little reftiHfd saying he would not be reiuly until next April The girl In Â¬ sisted but he told her to engage a phyLast week she told her troubles sician to her mother who told her sons The girl thon wrote another letter insisting upon marriage but Little aain refused He came up from Owensboro Sunday morning and wrote her a note asking her to meet him at Second aud Walnut streets In the afternoon She took her brothers in her confidence and they ac companied her When they met Little Robert told him that he must take choice between marrying his sister at once or death Little again reused and started to run Robert opened fire on him and ore bullet took effect in his arm When arrested on the warrant charging assault he broke down and agreed to marry the girl at once The McDowells told the story in detail but Little refused to say a word A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BreckenrldgeBoys to go to Manila With the Army FARMERS INSTITUTE Agricultural Wiseacres to cuss Topics Related to Tillage The Mecttngs are to Be Held ington Early This Year Dis- - Lieutenant W T Johnston of the 3rd United States cavelry wai in the city Monday for tho purpose of accept ing recruits for the 22nd United States infantry now stationed at Ft Crook Nebraska He took with him to Louisville the following persons who enlisted nt this station John W Powers Walter H Stiff Barney J Snyder Charles Glenn nnd Richard D May of Breckenridge comi ty Jarob F Turner Albert H Berger John E Schworz and August Jackson of Perry county Ind John II Stevens of Hancock county and Hayes B Hilton of Nelson county The 22nd ngimont has been ordered to Manila and it is thought will go by way of the Suez canal thus giving its members a trip around the world C H Hagerty district passenger agent of the Pennsylvania Hues was in the city working up the soldier business or l his road Â¬ Â¬ at Irv- Â¬ HOME WAS v BURNED Destructive Fire at RockvaleFriday Night But Little of the Contents From Ruin Were - Irvington is in tho center of a rich agricultural section and possesses a most progressive farming population Her agriculturalists are strictly hue notwithstanding this fact they are eeg r to know more olj their vocation so they have taken steps which will re Â¬ sult in the holding of a Farmers Insti- Â¬ tute there early next year The institute will ho held for the benefit of farmers In Breckenridge and Meade counties and will he under the direction of Commissioner LucasMoore of the State Agricultural bureau The program has not yet been deter Â¬ mined nor has the date of tho meetings been made public but it is thought that the Institute will h held at Irvington January 3 and 1 IStW DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles Scalds Durns GREAT DEMAND Saved Cider and Vinegar Stocks Being Reduced Rapidly Â¬ Tho person who disturbed the congre gation last Sunday by coughing Is re auested to call on A R FiBher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport E A Witt Hardlushunr and get a bot- Â¬ tle of Foleys Honey and Tar which al Â¬ ways gives relief Â¬ At two oclock last Friday night Mr and Mrs Joe Howard were awakened to And their dwelling on tire Thuy saved but little of their property tho tire being under such headaway that no time was allowed them The house was a sub- Â¬ stantial one occupied by Dr Dempster before he moved to Glendeane There was no insurance Tho origin of tho fire is unknown From its position nt the time it was discovered it locks like the work of nn incendiary The failure of the apple crop this year has created an extraordinary demand for cider Marion Polk of Toblnsport who is the largest manufacturer of cider and vine- Â¬ gar in ilds locality has disposed of all his stock ol cider and a large qunnity of vinrgar Ho had a large stock and get good prices for all he disposed of Â¬ Airs Hardin Bruncr Dead Mrs Hardin Bruner of Pellville died on Thursday after a Bhort illnets of ty- Â¬ phoid An elder daughter died some time ago ol the same disease Sho leaves a husband and several small children all of whom have just recovered from the fever Tho whole community loins in sympathy for them in tho deep bereovo meut Miss OASTORIA j iSr GAY AND FESTIVE IDS Kind You Have Always Bought CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signaturo at ABOUT STREET LIGHTS Are the Crowds that Sulzers Congregate a Â¬ ilorgans Reclcal Â¬ Â¬ Thursday and Friduy nights Those who attended were eloquent In their praises and pronounced tho recital an artistic sweeps Miss Aiila Morgan of Bowling Green gave a recital at the Baptist church last Â¬ O Bear the ASTORIA f Th8 Kind You H3V8 Always Boit There Is a holiday atmosphere about Sulzers that attracts people The store with Its immense stock and its brilliant decorations draws like n mustard plaster During the past week immense crowds have visited the establishment and the volume of busiueSS done was something immense A large corps of salesmen have hten employ d nnd a greater rush is now on than before Bean tU Signaturo Present System of Lighting Is Very Unsatisfactory oA -- fi m j tya ot t yv Kind You Have Always Boiight Â¬ Will Quit Farming Cf Mrs Leon Adkisson has sold her resi dence at Guston to Mr Joe G Anderson Poster Show for 050 Mr Anderson had a sale tho The members of the Presbyterian 15th and will move into his new city quarters right away He says he intends church of this city contemplate giving a poster show in the near future for the to quit farming purpose of raising money for tho church The phow will be under the direction of One Minute Cough Cure cures James Fisher whose artistic tastes and That Is what It was made tor knowledge of such a Hairs will guarantee it success Educational Association Ti Cure Constipation Forever Tho Nkws is in receipt of the program Tnlo Oiscarets Candv Cathartic lOo or 250 FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE of the annual meeting of the Kentucky It O G C all to cure drucuibls refund money Educational Association which is to be there ria nothing better than Foleys held at Louisville Ky December 27 Kidney Cure everyone who tries it will Election of Officers 28 and 29 agree to this A 11 Fisher Cloverport The local Masonic Lodge will hold an for llftjr Cents KA It A Shellumu Stephenspoit election of ollicers at their hall Decem Â¬ Gtiamnteeil tobacco liablt cure maltcs wcatt Witt Hardiphurg ber 27lh A full attendance jsdeslted nmn stron hinotl uure Mc41 All UruBults Â¬ Cloverport might as welt have no street lamps at all The lighting system as now conducted is a failure On dark nights when rain mist and fog envelopes the town in Kgyptiau darkness the lamps are not lighted while on niuhts when the moons rays cast a brilliant radiance tho lamps throw out a world of light The fault is not with the lamp lighter but with the city council It goes by the almanac and when that book says it will be dark in Philadelphia the street lamps must he lighted here nlthough the thor- Â¬ oughfares he brilliant It is to he hoped that council will dis Â¬ play a little common sense and give orders to have the street lamps lighted on dark rainy or snowy nights It will have lots of bad temper nnd possibly a few broken limbs Magnificent line of clothing Goods are the best Made in most workman- Â¬ like style Bare bargains in this de JUST THREE DAYS OF TIME LEFT Good Sense and the teachings of experience and they are about the same Theres nothing in being a late Christmas goods thing say Dont be Late jBest and most -- up-to-da- te line of Â¬ rjeckwear in the city except increased trouble and decreased opportunity We carry the best grade of buyer MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES goods manufactured Thoroughly reOur store is tho recognized headquarters for Holiday Goods Despito tho fact that wo have soldenormous liable and up with the times Prices derartment Shoes Hats and gents furnishing department includes everything nobby and stylish Splendid display of ribbons including most recent designs and colors I Â¬ Â¬ reasonacle quanti Â¬ ties of atticles suitablo for Christmas Gifts wo have a fino selection left but we adviso you to coino early to get your pick of the bargains To mako a sensible common senso present Then mako your selection from our Btock of Queenswaro and Glassware Hygenic corsets a specialty makes sold at lowest figures All Do You Want We call especial attention to our Handkerchiefs and mufflers of every description and material You wont VcHlJlCo AND miss it by buying of us Our stock is T strictly 1 HI LS Grocery Department In it you will find ovory delicacy that will gooTwake tho Christmas dinner complete AU our goods aropuro and wo havo a well earned reputation for fair dealing and low prices Do you want a trunk or a valise usfc Weve got all the lateiglas fit you out ro JL up-to-da- te nae Christmas a season of feast- ing for tho littlo folk and for grown we have all styles of Up people Candy All seasonable Tropical ahd Domestio Fruits as well as Nuts Umbrellas of evory make and quality Durability guaranteed - Soeus before j buying 1 f HESTON WILLIS COMPANY 4uf tjjO tIl i- A1 - Xa j -v AuAi iftiAfr V 1- - a- - Utj r jjj- v W in muftfffgftM- 35T ATTRACTIVE AS A THREE RING CIRCUS SULZERS Christmas Opening lias always been tho leading holi day ovont and this year it fairly eclipsed its former glory Tho fact that the store is more brilliant than ovor and that tho stock of Christ mas goods is tho largest over car- Â¬ ried has stimulated publio interest and for tho past week tho store has been tho centor of attraction Its wealth of beautiful things has made it as attractive as a three ring circus Â¬ Â¬ A Hot Thing For the Boys Is Our New Follow Crowd CHRISTMAS Some Wives Who lovo their husbands nro considerate enough to promote his comfort by purchasing for him a pipo and tobacco or maybo a box of cigars if his a smokor A GREAT QUESTION EASILY SOLVED When you go to gift buying it is al ways a puzzle to you to know what would bo appropriate Its aepucs tion thats easy solved at Sulzors Tho variety tho the proportions of tho stock mnko it a pleasurofor you to mako your selection andjyou sec so many things that would bo appropriate and acceptablo to any age or sox that it easily solves tho question Â¬ AIR GUN Its It a Peach will kill birds or rabbits and is Ammunition is safe to operate Mothers need not bo afraid cheap It is to give ono to their boys harmless and will accustom him to tho use of fire arms 0PEH11 Was a Great Success Some Sweethearts Now ifouaro not jealous of Queen Nicotine ladies you can find a splendid selection of smokers ar- Â¬ ticles at our storo that aro suitable as gifts Do the same for See That Gun Fr Jour Ckri5lm5 Dinner Go toSuIzer5 KOR GOOD THINGS SUPERS in oun nA tuntrnKm Holds the Reception of His Life at SANTA GLAUS their beaus ad Citron Cranberries Prepared Mince Meat Cakes Applos Figs and Dates Oranges CandiesiNuts And Other Dainties DOLLS OF ALL KINDS DOLL HEADS You can find a world of interesting RUBBER DOLLS RATTLES MARBLES things STORYBOOKS GAMES TIN TOYS Golden Treasure or a World of Knowledge DOLL SWINGS Conquering the Wilderness PISTOLS Beautiful Story of Jesus For small boys FIRE ENGINES TOY STOVES White House Cook Book MASKS To male the little ones hate fun with Santa Claus DOLL WASH SETS TRAINS OF CARS Made of wood and Iron The Story Of America Book Department MORE GOOD THINGS MAGIC LANTFnNS the long winter nights for the family Then theres queer LITTLE WOOL DOGGIES Gel Bibles Prints For Mother 711 and furnish amusement during That throw beautiful pictures Sulzer5 Santa Claus Ransacks all Quarters OF THE GLOBE Buying Crowds immense crowds of people that visited our store in the past seven days were as hungry for bargains as alligators are for poodle dogs They looked over our selec tion of Christmas goods and the way they mado purchases was a They realize that our caution prices discount city prices and that our stock is as varied and extensive as city stocks They had a realiz ing sense that SulzerV is a veritablo palace of barg tins In other words they had a go d thing and they pushed it along Â¬ r t t V J and a host of Gems of Literature that you will find appropriate for and juEt a million more things of that class gift giving HOT AIR ENGINES For the toy uho uants some- Â¬ thing practical BANKS GO CARTS SUOO FL Y 1IOBB Y HORSES MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES AIR GUNS SKATES For biger boys Sad Irons The Children VVV9 TREAT V Kitchen Sets Work Stands Pin Trays Coffee Mills Lamps Work Boxes And Other Useful Articles Cremendous Success t W j For Toys and Gifts For Our Customers Tfhe immense crowds of people who visited our store last week expressed their amazement at the variety and extent of our Christmas stock They had every reason to do so It may be a mat ter of information to you to know that every quarter of the globe hns been ransacked to furnish articles suitable for gift giving for our patGermany lias furnished a rons wealth of toys somo of the quaint Bheep donkeys Noahs Arks and dolls having been made in tho far famed Mack Forest whoso people are Switzerland noted for the cunning of their hands has contributed sweet toned music boxes and delicately wrought jewelry as well as beautifully carved handles for unbrellas and canes Austria has sent beautiful lund painted pottery fashioned as delicately and tinted as daintily as the famous Sevres ware Holland bobs up serenely with her contribution of delft ware with the queer decorations representing Dutch windmills and dumpy roly poly Dutch boys and girls England has sent cutlery Scotland has sent woolen goods Ireland has sent linen articles France lias sent a thousand fanciful articles while India Africa China Japun South America and all the islands of the sea have some product hero old to show how industriously Santa Claus has worked to gather things to promote tho festive joy of his favorite people Theres instruction as well as en tertainmont in the stock of goods at our store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE Christmas Buying T In Earnest simply been in paradise HAVE past week They flock to Sulzers and gaze with wide open wonder on this Alladins palace of treasures They go into ecstacies over the mechanical toys the mag ic lantern tho tiny pianos the toy animals the life liko dolls tho drums tho trumpets tho tin sol dien A For the Ladies- - in oun Fancy Goods Department INT 5 The grandest collection of elegant new things suitable for Christmas presents Remember that this is The Low- est priced house in Breckenridge for fine goods They Feel Rich With u wealth of joy when they feast their eyes on the prodigal pro fusion of things that Old Kris Krin gle as the German children call Inn has brought them Its tho height of pleasuro to witness tho glee of tho little tots when thev pick up a doggio that can bark a do that can close its eyes a bird that can sing just liko they wore truly alive 1 I sFe Wish You 2 m A Hint Â¬ If this ruh of buying continues our stock will bo very materially reduced in the next four days If you have not yet done your Christ mas shopping wo advise you to como right away while thcro is some of the cream left A Merry Christmas A Happy New Year ufljv 4 The Little Ones Just revel in tho scene that reminds them of iairy land and they say a great many things that aro compli mentary to Santa Claus and that jolly old soul just bluphes liko a school girl i Its Our Observation Fine Service We have engaged an extra corps of salesmen and saleswomen to handle our holiday trado and we guaranteo you porfect service You bo waited on promptly and will re Â¬ ceive every courtesy and attention This is one of tto greateft of shopping and we will see that you enjoy it or burst a cinch strap in tho effort That if you wont to please tho chil dren you should como to Sulzers to buy your toys Tho fact tho little ones crowd into our store and mako it headquarters show that in their judgen o t weve got the best stock and the things they like most You can bank on childrens boing tho best judges in this matter and tho evidenco they give of absorbing interest truly shows that Sulzers just now is tho hub of their childish universe t u Salad and CakB BUKZRRB Muff NE of tho chi5f attractions at Sulzers is the fancy goods de- Â¬ partment Tho feminine element of last weeks crowds took advan- Â¬ tage of the rich opportunities of this feature of our holiday stock They found our lino of mbroidered handkerchiefs silk good- neckties etc hard to beat and they patron iznd it very lib rally Another to was the thing they did justice stock of silvf r goods They de- Â¬ clare that the silver novelties aro tho acme of perfection Tho lino of decorative ware camo in for its sharo of praise Tho people nro now out in force and the holiday spirit is at its height Wo dont liko to use slang but as its expres Â¬ sive wo feel moved to say if you want to get in tho swim just fol- Â¬ low tho crowd to Sulzers Its a great pleasure to us to know that wovo filled tho wants of thepeoplo and tliM fact that wo havo succeeded in making our establishment tho gcat gift buying cenUr of Brecken ridge county is indeed a source of gratification This much is cer tain Tho popularity of tho peo ple can only bo gained by merit and as our placo is now tho most popular in tho county ourstook certainly possesses merit - 4 Sets 4 Get Presents For Married Folks at Suiters Rockers Cradles Baby Buggies Pitchers V Qrange BdwIs Cups and Saucers Plates Chairs Iron Beds Cuspidors Tobacco Jars 5 Gc VBrBd Butter dishes Mufflers Handkerchiefs Pictures Novels Jewelry Watches Chess Boards Umbrellas Canes Bibles CBlery trays TeaPDts Sugar and CrBam SBts Get 44For Presents 4 of Albums omizers i i Us At Suiters PJaoto Holders 44 Ladies AT Dnyx Tables AutographAlbums J Water Sets Bisque Figures t r GandleHolders Mirrors Yases Photo Frames 5 9 5 5 5 V Going to Something Sweet Havo you a sweet tooth Do your children love candy Of course you will answer Yes Well you shouldexoinino our stock of Christmas Candies Its just simply immense Weve got tons of it All kinds too The best tiling about it is that its pure no cheap glucose and paint to ruin the atoiuach Its straight out candy made of sugar and pure flavor- Â¬ ing extracts and docoratod with harmless coloring matter Â¬ LJ f J I 4J 3 a el is Something Gppd Wo havo iaways maintained a splendid reputation for tho excol Ience and purity of our Jino of canj ned goods Wo take advantngo of this occa- Â¬ sion to tell you that ovorything wo havo in the lihoof prosorved fruits and vegetables as well as prepared foods is tho purest and best in the market and will add much to tho variety of your Christmas dinner Â¬ i MUSIC IN THE AIR Burn Your Money If so Invest in SKY ROCKETS ROMAN CANDLES Santa Claus Headquarters THE PLACE FOR SULZERS Listen to the Magnificent New MusioBox FIRE CRACKERS And Other FIREWORKS Than at any Other Place More Fun for Your Money Toys SULZERS CLOVERPORT OIms Gifls of III m A Graphophone Peiformance GIVEN DAILY f WWVWWW Is ii vwvwViV COMMON SENSE What Rules the Roost in Our Store We are Headquarters for Wo aro tho largest dealers in We have no Gew Gaws and Curliques to sell but we have got a Line of Goods that would make the very hest kind of Christmas Presents for folks who are married and settled down to housekeeping Sewing Machines 15 and up PAINTS OILS Iron Bedsteads with Springs BRUSHES 4 and up SADDLES Oak Bedsteads from 2 up HARNESS 60 cents Best Skates for Of Every Description breathing an odor not from a iWwer gar den and bw porry when the performance Is over and then go to church and com Â¬ plain of the hard beliclioi in fifteen mill utcH this islutumpurnucu and Inconsist ency Dont breath too much midnight nlr when ou Imvo u cold and then rpelid your change for pnlent cough nynn Dont ritlu n bioyrleitt tint raif of twen Â¬ ty iniht nn hour and expect your heart to relnin its normal fIz Dont read imaginary nlories till you conclude that nature is a farce Dont bo intemperate in anything Dont forget that self destruction by irregular habita and ititemnerauce is the greatest sin you can commit Dont forgit that self preservation is one of the first Inns of nature Dont read theeo dnnta and say that the fellow who wrote them is it crank aud dont know what he is talking about Â¬ BUCK DAVISON AT HOnii Returns to Hancock After Finding a Fortune In the Klondike David itnckiit r Dildson returned from Seattle Wasliliiuton on Tuesday after nn absence from Hancock county of Whats The Use of Spending Your 1TOTIOE SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not These nrices eive you a foretaste of the great bargains we offer LISKS PATENT ANTI RUSTING TINWARE In thin eoi tion Wo desire to emphasize to our customers that all tho goods manufactured by this company aro WAKKANTK1 NOT TO 11UST Wo will innko this gunrnntee good by replacIn the Purine wo will open up with ing free of charge any articles which are a full lino of Buggies and Carringcs brought back in a rusty condition Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Â¬ I 5 FURNITUR1 FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS V 4jG99S BANK OF McGLOTHLAN THE SPANISH WAR though Cuba Pearl of the Antillep abounding in natural resources wan not prosperous under the ruin imposed up Â¬ on her viz the Spanish iiiIp Time niter timo the Cuban people both wliltn and black had struggled to throw oil thin yoke The Inst of these struggeH begin in February 18i5 Though bpaiu sent In all over 200 000 soldiers to Cuba alio failed in over three yeara to restore order Th insurgents soon formed the r pub lie f Cuba and sought in vain to 8 euro recognition from the United States However our government warnttl Spiin that the struggle could not continue ip deflnitely wiliiout intervention on our part Our people had millions of dollars invested in Cuban property aud an im portant commerce which was being rap- Â¬ idly destroyed through the devastation of the island Our people were horrified at the suffering of the reconcentrados Cuban who had been forced by the crul Spaniards to leave their comforta- Â¬ ble country homes and concentrate in the large towns thereto be helmed in by g trrteons and left to starve There many thousands miserably perished The people of the United States sent them mauy supplies On February 10 h 1808 Â¬ tcv-TT7rTirc rroisr III- PIQQOtX vmw man or n slip on our In II AllVUKl t It h 8 IN oat tin HAEDINSBURG B F HEARD President WILL MILLKK M H BEAKD Cam h r Vie-Pwi- li-nt G W BEARD MORRIS ESKKIDGK R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON 1 IpiUKCTOlW DEPOSITS J TIME J IJtLunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co OANNELTON INP When the mantle of nght had enclosed n it loldi the port of Havanato fair And silence unbroken reigned peacefully oer a buttlethfp anchored there Below In the hold the mariners bold were steep Ing the sleep ol the bra ve Neer dreaming that they ere the dawn of the day would sleep In a watery grave When suddenly through the darkness and gloom there came a deafening roar That stilled all the anxious hearts of those who who heard it on the shore Uutsonn tlieirciies were quickly hushed and when the morning came Nought but a memry was left of the crew who slumbered that night on the Maine While our herpes In happiness dreamed of the loved tnes at home far away And high oer head there iroudly streamed Old Glory free and gay Twas there in the quiet of that fatal night a mess Â¬ age rf destiny came With its grief and its gloom as it sounded the donm ot the heroes who sank on the Maine Nice lino Clothing 289 to to 350 Fine Tailor Made 400 8 750 1250 Extra fine Tailor Jlado fancy silk and satin linings Over 200 of her crew were loBt and that moment all hopes lor a peace- Â¬ able settlement of the Cuban question were banished and both nations prepar- Â¬ ed for war Congress passed a resolution demand lug the withdrawal of Spain from Cuba This resolution on the ltlth of April was signed by thn President who sent an ultimatum to Spain on the 21st and war began that day Although the avowed reason of this war was merely to compel Spain to aban- Â¬ don Cuba the first blow as well as the last was struck on the opposite side of the globe fn her colony ot the Philippine Islands inert in Manila Bay on May 1st Com- Â¬ modore George Dewoy8 squadron icora pletely destroyed a Spanish fl iet killing and wounding oyer COO men while not a from to NOTICE To Persoha Emigrating to i Distant Pom f to Dont go to Louisville to buy yopr Throunh Tickets I wlion Tcdn soil d you as cheap as any Jouponiumco In this country have a full and completo line of v fc SMf o 4 hi 9P ftfly01 to to Yoakel J i THROUGH TICKETS To All Points In mill the United States army undr the command ol jeneial Merrill that bad been trans ported across the IaoiHa This battle wh fnuulit one day after the cepsation of was ordnred but before the hostilities news of it reached the Philippines The other battles were fought in tho West Indies Our navy maintained n blockade of Havana and the west end of Cuba throughout the strugulr This led to the capture of a largd number of Spanish vtsels But the decisive bat Â¬ tle occured in the east end of the inland at he well fortified harbor of Siutiago Here in May a Spanish fquadron com- Â¬ manded by Admira Oervera took refugu and was promptly blockaded by our Bhipi under Commodore Schley and these were later joined by those under Hear Admiral bainpson who took com- Â¬ While atmand of the entire fleet tempting to make tiie blockade complete the collier Merrimac was sunk in a nar- Â¬ row channel leading to the harbor This exploit was performed amid a storm of shot and shell from tho forts by Lieu tenant It P Hobson and seven others who were taken prisoners and afterward exchanged General Shafter landed near by with an army of 18 000 rren and after severe fighting tonic the outer defences of San- Â¬ tiago July 12 In this campaign our total loss was 250 killed and 1400 wouud ed and missing The Spanish Iocs nas believed to be greater The full of the city now seemed cer tain Cerveras six ships sailed out past the Merrimac on July 3rd and tried to escape but they were immediately at tacked by the blockading fliet and were at once sunk or wrecked A ureat many of the Spanish were killed and besides those killed 1 300 sailors were takeu prisoners while only one man on our side was killed and only a few wounded On July 14th the Spanish surrendered the city tog ther with tlw oiat end of the island and an army of 22000 men to the United States in preference to incurring an assault A few days later General Miles set out to seiz Puerto Uico with an army cf 22 000 men and landed on the 25th of July lie had taken a large part of tho Island without much opposition wheu the ces- Â¬ sation ot hostilities wan ordered Ou August 12 1898 a protocol was signed at Washington for the cessation of hostilities and a meeting of commission Â¬ ers to negotiate a formal tieaty of peace not later than October 1st at Paris The protocol provided for the aband onment of Cuba by Spain and the ces slon of Puerto Hico aud one of the Li drones to the United States The disposition of tho Philippines was left to be decided in the final treaty of pence In the meantime Manila was to bo occupied by theUtilted States Ono result of our war with Spain and Deweys victory in the Commodore Philippines was to convince many that the Hawaiian Islands should come under our flag The littte Republic of Hawaii had for seyeral years been desirious of annexation This was al lat accomplished by a joint resolution of Oongrt si wened by President McKiuey July 7 1808 To the poor people of Cuba and the Philippines the enllghtonment ol Am r ican freedom justice and liberty Imn come as water to a thirsty traveller in the desert and instead of a down trod- Â¬ den abject people living in misery and subjection a new manhood will ariso which shall redeem these islands and lift them and their people to that place among nations for which they were de a gned While their wonderful fertility and productiveness shall enrich not only themselves but also tiiose wno uaye bi r i tuera iree A n h dawn of day he clouds aud f mists disappear so from our nations tiigbt ot depression and war the glad lights are appealing which presage the return ot the rising sun of prosperity to shed its glorious light on all Miss IiiimiK Wilson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i MrttlilH HHH CHptUlell tuiougti iteration of Di wuys ships cv of tho joint AihI aQ3M SOME DONTS ON t Disorder of tlieso important organs causes Itrights disease rheumatism pain in the luck dropsy And other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is tliu matter Often these organs pre neglected until thntanful malady Itrights disease has fastened upon you and denth awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment Willi Dr Davis kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in tho shape of a kidney bean and the lormuln has been pro nounced by tho btst physicians of mod ern timeB to be the mobt direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent ou receipt of price 50 cents and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 eleven years snyH the Hancock Clarion lie hml been a resident of Colorado for ten years heforo that He has lived fifty years in experience in the past two in this time he lias gone through all the horrors and hardships incubent on ono who seeks wealth iu the Alaskan gold fields Once in Dawson City he located it fabulously rich claim twenty miles away aud shoyeled uold out of it like potatoes out ol a wagon He then fold for a fabulous price and returned to his wife and child in the West He went to the Klondike ns n representative of a Colorado City syndicate hut losing his outfit at Dawson by fire they refused to put up further and he went it alone He Bought and got work from Alex McDonald the millionaire miner aud then prospected for himself when he struck pay The syndicate then lawed him from Dawson to the states but with the loss of about 15000 attorney fees ho has beat them all nlong although his tiouhles are now about over Ho has a pocketful of nuggets and plenty of money Ho is in title health aud thinks he will bring ins family in to live while he continues in the mining business out west where he N still interested as well as at Dawson Â¬ Â¬ Money Foolishly Theros no uso in it You Â¬ never spend your monoy foolishly when you spend it in our store for our goods are honest and our prices are honest Our Christmas Stock Is hard to heat Tho lino of goods suitablo for gift giving is very extensive and embraces a full lino of toys fancy dry goods notions and gents fur- Â¬ nishing goods bisque figures oriintnentil pieces jewelry and nil kinds of candies Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications ns they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to euro Denfuesj and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ Your Xmas Dinner Will bo a joyous banquet if you buy your fancy groceries relishes jellies preserves pickles fruits and nuts from INTEMPERANCE lor lira young folks by Dr K M Smith Dont think I am going to deliver an intcmperaiico lecture Dont think that the excessivo use of ttoliolic driuka is the only kind of mimnperuiico Dont cat loo much Dont make your stomach a receptacle for tver thing that is set before you at n dining Dont cultivate a taste for things that wore not tnadu to he eaten Dont eat a big bix oclock dinner and go to the festival and eat three times as much and then wonder why you have the colic Duut eat things at tho club that a sauei ga grinder caut handle and expect when you retire to find a soft pillow Dont take a midnight luncheon of sal Â¬ ad and pickles and then fail to get up to breakfast aud say you have the headache and call for the paregoric Dont eat slate pencils and chalk they are very hard to digest Dont drink sweetened vinegar till you Imvh hysterics and palpitation of the llHtlt Dont Binoko cigtrottee Dont think that you are nu accom plished dude when you can make smoke come through your uose Dout smoke cigarettes till your complexion becomes the color ot a nuw sad Â¬ dle and tho whites of your eyes take on tho hue of a cahbfg- - leaf Dont smoke cigmettes at all Dont smoke cigars till your nerves of taste becomes so degenerated that you cant tell in the dark whether or not you aro smoking Dont pmokea pipe till you feel unnatural without something sfcking in your mouth Dont Btuoktl anything to excess if you Â¬ Â¬ Ktniucky piper about editor liablue the ItithiKKNidiiK Nkwh than thev can find ppaco to reproduce Somo of the paragraphs Irom their pens which The Times lias lcpeatedly taken pleasure in reproducing are euro enough geniB Louisville nines of AIIO UT US Moro nice things aro being paid by the 1I712 TIIKV SAY chian Tube When this tube gets in Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ less tho inflammation can be takeu out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will be destroyed forever j nine cases out of ten are caused by ca Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free V J CHKNKY i o Toledo O SSTSold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Â¬ W E Brown The Bargain Center Irvington Ky Â¬ would avoid old nic Dont put ou all tiie clothes you have to go calling and appear at tho ball look ing like a new hat with no trimmiims on It but a feather aud revenuu stump if you wish to be Methuselah Dont dance till you are bo near ex hausted that you look like you are hold ing encli other up Dont whirl in the giddy walti til when you sit down ou feel like tho wond is luring the wiong way Â¬ Â¬ your faco looks like a Jnck o Lantern it spoils your beauty besides the war tax manes it extravagnuce Dont tuinday into night Dont try tn gt aloig on less than oigjit hours sleep out ot every twenty four Dont he up all night and sleep nil day if you dont want to he Btupld Dont g to tlia circus and sit three bouts in a temperature 80 above freez ing on a plank six inches wide aid Â¬ Dont paint anything but pictures Dont aub the rouiro ou eo think that Thank you Mr Kditor for putting the The Heritage and the Duty of Stu- in a nut shell Well dents the key note is peace aud good will and that means prosperity Brandenburg Let the reprosch never restngaiu upon correspondent News the educated young men of America that they do not participate in political action Let me coneratulnte the Nkwu ou its Let them be leaders in the battlt s of the Stock Column for it givts us farmers future Let them not forget that the more information regarding the prices measure of history is not n day or a and movements of stock than all of the mouth or a year or a decade but it cendaily quotations you can see Huston tury To tho Supreme Intelligence a correspondent Nkwh thousand years are hut us yesterday jso it lorever rememoereu that we are The editorial in last weeks Niws is tlio heirs of great possessions that we worthy of n place in your scrap book may not keep to ourselves This is an If Kditor Goodnight would now give us inventory of our rich inheritance The Truco of tho Hear done up in his 1 The good tidings of Christianity des own inimitable style he would do us a tined to prevade the earth with its pure good service Golden Kod simple morality aud 2 Civil and ecclesiastical liberty se Â¬ AiuiKVuii Mis Dec S ISil- S- Dkar cured by many a contest from Magna Mil IClMTOIt ani ruiENiw We often Charta down think of you and perue with keen inter 3 International law propounded by est the columns of the News The Nkws great jurists and accepted by great comes like a letter from home because Slates wo love Kentucky and her people Wo The purity and happiness of domes And the Mississippians not unlike the tit life an idea almost uukuoAU to sav Ktuituckians iu most respects We hayo aire aud half civilized men Hove Beveral boarding a good school 5 The value of general education with students and a large home patronage tiie appreciation of history and literaHave live regular tencheis The people ture here are willing to make great sacrifices 0 An increasing aud boneiicient har Â¬ that their children may be educated It vest of scientific investigations by which is gratifying to note tho progress being happiness is promoted Hie prolonged made by the teachers of Meade and pain destroyed aud time aud space are llreckenridge counties The nswciatiou overcome work has done much good and superin Â¬ It is highly probable that the young tendents Dritikell aud Ashcraft deserve men of the universities will coon he per great credit as well as their corps of ex- sonally involved in the perplexities that cellent teachers May the good work have arisen from tins war of one hundred not be checked in its onward progress das At least oh citizens of this repubThe right kind of wotk triumphs iu lic they will he concerned in the adjust every honorable walk of life Inclosed ment of American institutions to circumyou will find check for l for renewal to stances and people for whom they were the Nivs Wo wish all a happy Christ- Â¬ never designed For tlieso new responsi- Â¬ mas and a prosperous New Year bilities they should be prepared by an Your friends atquainUuce not oulv with geographical M K Avitt and Wifk ethnographical aud historical facts but with tho principles of economics of adMarvels oi a Qraphopbone ministration aud especially of public aud One of tho wonders of the end of the constitutional law 1 urge them to make citileady duties of century is the home Graphophone that zen in for thetwentieth the Christian pre Â¬ century to the will reproduce any kind of music ornny pare for foreign nfldirs by the promotion sound One can arrange a full program at home of sound finance pure religion From Books of the most attractive baud orchestral or and political education and Politics by Pres I C Oilman in vocal music and vary it every evening Self Culture for December On tho Graphophone one can record the InBluguish liyer HKUUINK by its human voice orauy sound and reproduce It at once You can keep tho voices of beneficial actions upon the biliary tracts your friends to be heard whenever you renders the bile more fluid and brings wish Graphophones mado for home tho lver into a sound healthy condition entertainment can ho bought as low as thereby banishing the sense of drowsi10 Writ for catalogue 110 to tho ness lethargy aud Hie general feeling of Coiumiiia PiioxoaiiAPii Co No 1110 apathy which arise from disorder of liver Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Price 50 els A H Fisher Presidents messige 1600 lbs GOOD FRESH CANDY Which we will sell 5 lbs for 25c As long as it lasts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDINSBUEG BN College Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ The Oldest The Best Â¬ Â¬ Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses lioth Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ tion Pest Social and Religious Inllu ence no Saloons Tuition S 00 per term of ten weekB Send for Special Announcements to JH B LOGAN President Â¬ emit- - In HlnoC Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cucurcts Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up tlic lazy liver unci driving all im purities Irom the body llegin to day to banish pimple boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c Â¬ Â¬ 7000 WANTED I MEN AND WOMEN To Do Their Christmas Shopping at Our Store WEVE GOT THE LARGEST LINE 3 9 Clothing Dry Goods Notions and Groceries Ever Before Displayed in Southern Brcckenridgc AniiKViLLK Miss 49c to 1000 10 United States Canada or Mexico Extra nice Jackets in Astiicand Beavor cloth Btrlctly tailor nwle Mr RobUT MIckle of Floral sold bis crop of toba ceo to Owensboro dealers at 7 7 and J HowiU have about 500 250 Geo 8000 pound E F1 Gavert of Intfsvile sold Jas U And by buying your tickets of mo Iace 1000 pouudu of tobacco at 0 a aud you can got your 1 Strictly Tailor Mado Broad Oloth and Cheviot Jackets 500 Go J Baggage Checked Through Prom Jrvington to Destina Â¬ tion Without any furthqr trouble Bni annoyance upon your part Writo me when you want any information as to tickets etc uranaeuourg a y t MWni j OH AS F REDMAN Agent L II Your Best Jnteres Will bo iorved by makii g sure of health It will bo a loon of time and monoy to be stricken with a serious illness Take our Hoods Sarsparilla and purify blood Iu this way all germs of disease will be expelled sickueM pud nufiVrlpg will bo ayolded and your health will be preserved Isnt this a wise course ou wanteomething useful wove with Choico Provisions from our Storo SANTA CLAUS Christmas Goodies go a thousand things to suit you EMPORIUM DRESS AT GLEND1CANK By the cur load Just bring tho family to seo our lino of Toys and Fancy Goods Wovo got everything desirablo for Christinas Presents If you want something ornamen in Fancy Goods If tul wovo pot ovorvthincr for tho Christinas Dinner YOUR TABLE to EVERYTHING GOOD v W C MOORMAN EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT St L Ry IRVINGTON KENTUCKY Hoods Pius are the only pills with IlcodsSarsaparllta o take TO WEAR GLEEDEANE KENTUCKY JrrJip95Cf ste JJF i V4VAi - il miBmBgsaKftwEE3S v Tf J MnMUBMMMMHHanBaMiBHBaiBHBHBHIHHnHBHiHnHBiBBHaBBHBHHBHHMaMBMBHnnBBHMliHniMMiivvn TTFTF f V1 jjWWIMli npl v iw1 MP rF SBVMBfmWJtfSttY Atdim i iy ry CTtr TCgg3SaiiiiMiira n j 7 mmtmmmmmmmat i U 1 MMmMMUllM I t BRECKENRIDGE Int 4 V 0 Bbbge Edlton WEDNESDAY DEO NEWS and Ft optlitri 21 1898 LEWISPORT 5ScS YOU CAN FIND KVEUY THING TO EAT 5 EIGHT PAGES A merry Christmas to you nil I AT S AHEUNITED COUNTRY President McKlnley must be supreme- Â¬ ly happy His visit to the pence Jubilee nt Atlanta and his trip through the South has been productive of great good The theme of all his speeches has been He has lived to see n reunited country the South land as passionately devoted to the stars and tripes as it was to the stars and bars His own utterances havo been a paean of grateful thanksgiving at the consutnation Reunited one country again and one country forever proclaim it from the press and pulpit teach it in the sclioos write it across the skies the world sees and feels it it cheers every heart North and South and brightens the life of every American home let nothing ever stain it auain at peace with all the world and with each other what can stand in the pathway of our progress and prosperity 7 Tneso arojthejutterances of a patriot of a statesman Whatever our political beliefs let us be thankful that we have at the head of this nation a typical American whose heart beats in sympa thy with the inspirations and impulses of the people Â¬ PATTERSONS IN AND SEE ME BE CONVINCED fe R IH COME I S I fe x I I day Weather very damp Frank Russell was in the city Thurs Â¬ OweiiBhoro was hero Monday Joe Cooper Monday J II Patterson went to of Hawesville The Reason Why Does Robert Leonard Oelze look proud We reckon he do Why is Robert Leonard Oelzo proud He has a girl baby at his house That is why he looks proud It came Tuesday morning Mother and child are doing well So is Leonard Congratulations throat and lung trouble without fail For grippe Influrnza and a deep seated cough or cold it is the best remedy offered to the public 1 he doses arc small and a bottle costs only isc A Fine Offer Br Bulls Cough Syrup ii will cure A usual interest to every reader of this paper is the advertisement elsewhere in this issue of the St Louis unquestionably one of the greatest of American newspapers That peerless paper can now be had by mail every day including the big Sunday issue for Globe-Demo-cr- at only six dollars per year and at that price it is certainly within the reach of all who desire to read any daily paper The Weekly Globe Domocrat is issued in Bemi weekly sections of eight pages each making it practically a large semi weekly and almost equal to the average dally at one dollar a year This issue is just the tiling for the farmer merchants or professional man who has not the time to read a daily paper but wishes to keep promptly and thoroughly posted It is made up with especial reference to the wants of every member of the family not only giving all the news but also a great variety of interesting and instruc- Â¬ tive reading matter of all kinds Write for free sample copies to Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo VESTT S If We Say So pub The WESTERN HORSEMAN lished at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and isMied every Friday stands at the head of Tuif and Trotting and Pacing horse journals is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all the horse ners from California to Maine If at all interested in trotters or paceis subscribe for it The In billiouaness HEUBIXE by expell great annual Souvenir number will be ing from the body the excess of bile and issued February 10 and will be worth acids improves the assimilative pro more than tho price of a yenrs subscripcesses purifies the blood and tones up tion It goes free to all subscribers to and strengthens the entire sjstem Price others 21 cents per copy By special ar Â¬ 50 cts A K Fisher rangements with the publishers we are enabled to send the WESTERN HORSE MAN J200 per year and the BimctN FALLS OF ROUGH niixiK Nkws 100 per eir both for 1 00 duriug the year 1S1W Ghe us our or- Â¬ der Mrs Mercer has returned homo Miss Jennie Green entertained Thanks giving BEWLEYVILLE Quite a crowd of city sportsmen were at the Club House The young people of our Sabbath Big protracted meeting at Union school aud League will hold Christmas Chapel services next Sunday evening beginning The public Rchool at this placo closed 0IS0 p m Tuey have several gxxi Saturday BouKi that have had special attention and Miss Nannie Shrevo returned from some recitations and other things that Owensboro they hope all their friends will come to hear aim enjoy The farmitig element of this commun- Â¬ ity are looking forward to a splendid time Jan 3rd nud lth at an institute at Irvingtou It is due the ellorts of Dr P M Foote that the country is to be thus honored ami he will not cease to work for the interest of the occasion There will he a preliminary meeting Dec 21th for tho purpose of ai ranging program plan of meeting etc Lucas Moore com- Â¬ missioner of agriculture will conduct the meetinus and will be accompanied ly experienced men who will talk of tho several branches of agriculture There will be local talent on hands too to give the various ways aud means of farming Some one has suggested Mr Hate Wash ington as interogttor Pdrhaps in some way the oft studied problem of hard times will bo solved Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Due Chambers of Hawesville was hero Monday Mr Kvjns of Nashville Teun was here Saturday Mrs II S Patterson has been quite sick this week Our merchants are enjoying a nice Christmas trade We wish all a merry Xinns and a happy New Year Christmas treo at the M K church Christmas eve night Mips Cora Head returned to her home near Yelviiinton Sunday vis- Â¬ Mr A It Ye iser of Owensboro ited his son L D Yeiser this week Mr and Mrs L D Yeiser of this city are visiting in Owensboro this week Walter Ford representing the Chap Leich Drug Co Fvansville was hero Saturday Uncle Josh a drama in four acts will likelv be produced by the Lewis port band and orchestra The ladies of the M E church South will give a masquerade mite at the I O O I1 hall on Friday night December 30 The heavy rains of the pist few days has enabled a Brent many of our farmers Most of it has to get oir their tobacco gone to Uwensuoro Everybody should attend the Junior League entertainment under the man Â¬ agement of Miss Lou Holland Friday night December 2 at I 0 0 F hall Xmas of 1S98 will soon be here and the young ladies and young men who have failed to visit II S Patteison to select something for a present have missed a golden opportunity but you can come yet and have the best stock to pick from in the city Miss Bertha Phillips of Shrove 1b in very poor lieallu Tim oreBiding elder preached lioro Wednesday night Miss Nannie Fishor of Rock Vao vis Â¬ ited here last week MIbi Cora Wlngate who lias been so very ill is much better Mr and Mrp Warren lskridge enter taint d Saturday evening The telephone fever is at its height down In Ohio county around Shrevo Quarterly meeting was held at Union Uhappel last week Thursday and Fri day I thought Miss Llllio Coopers story tho Five Whlto Indians very nice in Â¬ deed A real good ico harvest last week many put up all they wished a few wal ed for thicker Ico Miss Abhle Owen colored of Shreve visited tier mother Aunt Martha of Fordsville a fortnight rgt We ngret verv much to hear that Mr Jin Howard of Rock Vale lost his house and its contents by lire last week There is a distant murmur of wedding though I have not learned who the other party or when will announce later Ab Mr Editor does not want long items while the business men claim bo much space I will cut my nuns short Styles Howard of Rock Vale closed his pchool Friday with a nice treat for the children and mi interesting enter- Â¬ tainment that night Mr Editor as I have been away for two or three weeks 1 hope vou will kind Â¬ ly pardon my tardiness in sending in the Fall 4 of Rough items Mr Dent lirown and Mr Hook of Hardinsbtirt have moved into the houses vacated by Messrs Gross and Robards Tom Rutler of Shreve will have his store house remodeled and ready to re ceive a general lino of merchandise in tho spring as ho intentls to run the ttore in connection with his farm Mr and Mrs Tom IJutler and little children Mollie Eva and Charlie of Shreve Ohio county were the guests of their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs M W Stone Saturday and Sunday Many many thankH to tho Bueckkv niixiK Nkwb for that nice book The Quire Invisible by James Lane Allen It was a most agreeable surprise to find on my return that my poor little story was considered worthy a place in the Thanksgiving number of the grand old Nkws the pride of our llRhCKENiuixii county 1 am almost tempted to ujp my pun a little deeper in the mysteries of romance as Im fond of sciihbling Â¬ Mlor BUNichilis but extremely good for tho sufferer from that harassing diseaso is Dr Ayera Cherry Pectoral No medi- Â¬ cine can compare with this great remedy in tho prompt and perma- Â¬ nent aid it gives in all bronchial affections It stops the cough soothes the irritated throat and in- Â¬ duces refreshing sleep I had a bronchial troublo of such a per Â¬ sistent and stubborn character that the doc Â¬ tor pronounced it Incurablo with ordinary remedies but recommended mo to try Ayera Cherry Pectoral One bottle cured me J WOODSON P M Forest Hill WVs A short timo ago I was taken with a severe attack of bronchitis and neither phy- Â¬ sicians nor ordinary remedies gave ma relief In despair of finding anything to cure me I bought a bottle of Ayera Cherry Pectoral Less than ono bottle entirely cured me GEO B HUNTER Altoona Pa je Hre Ready for Cbe Rush WITH THE BEST LINE OF P ft Capes and Jacketb Black and Novelty Dress Goods Ladies and Childrens Shoes a Mufflers and Handkerchiefs Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Overcoats Mens and Boys Mackintoshes 5 Umbrellas and Neckwear Painting hand- - J Beautiful Ctarg Pectoral someiy framed Oil io purchases with Fascinators and Shawls now put up in half size bottles at VlilJIIUlll in miv nil of J half price 50 cents itimo Come and get a card Mens and Boys Shoes t Ajjers rTrTM1 i Ms 11UV lAmnnllnH W firm w wheat ought to bo worth 1 per bushel corn 50its hrg 5cts per pound and tobacco U per hundred and they actually think they ought to git these prices and obstinately maintain that we must do it bcfoie we can ever hope to see the far- Â¬ mer prosperous again No more erroneous view could be taken than the above and I am sorry to say that hundreds of farmers in our county have had this old worse than heathen idea told and taught them until they are actually dragging along whining and finding fault first iieciusi the whole world is against the poor farmer and secondly the g lod Lord is egiinst him for the season did not suit Now such ideas are poor ideas and poor ideas makes a poor shiftless farmer and a poor farmer makes a poor farm aud a poor farm means poor crops aud poor stock and poor crops and stock means a poor living and poorly cared for family Again we see this poverty ex tendinu until our county is classed a poor county and on until ours is called a poor state All farmers are competitors and competition in farm pioductu has become nearly as strong as competition in manufactured goods A competition so strong that the btrongest succeed and the weakest fail A competition that requires not only industry and under staudiii hut the keenest and most discriminating husinesi judgement if we rucceed we must know what it costs on our kind of soil to produce a bushel of wheat or corn or 100 pouuds of puik or tobacco or beef and if we are wise to our business salvation we must consider well the loss of fertility to the soil in produc- Â¬ ing this crop So come out and attend the institute it will do you good ordo us good according to cur degree of understanding Dn P W Foots Â¬ Â¬ DOKIaS AND TOY8 At and Below Cost to Close Out ry THE FAIR Cloverports leading One Price Store ception in Louisville was no whit warm- Â¬ er than Glendeaue is to her returned This is not meant for any free adver tising for our jolly Sheriff but had you He noticed that notice he has posted threatens to be good no loi g r Better save enough money out of the Xmas expenditures to pay your taxes or youll see a good man doing mean things Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS OF BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG- KY A Merry Christmas GREETING A Happy New Year - Two Pointed Question Answered For broken limbs chilblains burns Ecalds bruised shines sore throat and sores of every kind apply UALLAHDS SNOW LINIMENT It will give imme diate relief and heal any wound Price 23 cts and CO cts A R Fisher Â¬ GLENDEANE Good many ice houses filled Mrs Henry Overton has pneumonia School will dismiss Friday till the first Its So Â¬ Welcome Guest O G Heed of Louis- Â¬ ville Dec Ki a flue boy Neal Ilensly Mrs head is at llardliisburg with Heed her mother Mrs G W iieard and both mother and child are doing well A Born to the wife We are Selling all Our Toys and Books AT COST AND BELOW COST Were doing so to close them out Dont want to handle them any more GOME NOW AND BOY Farmers Institute for Irvington Farmers come let us reason together tht re is something good in store for us things have at last changed There is no more cruel combines against us save tiie gigantic continental tobacco combine which must soon bo defeated by tho con certed action ot Kentucky growers then Help bus at last come our way is open to us Legislation is getting on our side for the statu propones to help educate the fanners by establish g tinners in Btltulea throughout the statu and supply ing a i abh- - cor a o leiture a mid paying the bill for us All honor to our present mott eflicleut and w oi thy secretary if agriculture Hon Lucas Moore who leads this great move 1 have u letter from Commissioner Moore sajing that hu will hold an insti Â¬ tute at Irvington Jm 3rd and Hi IbM ami he piounses tu briigtu able corps of ecturers mid hu declres a large attend ance of fanners from this and adjoining counties and promises Bom i interesting and instruetio work A cordial invita Â¬ tion is therefore extended to all aud ladies are especially invited A comfort aide place for the meetings will bo pro Â¬ vided and good music Will intersperse biidiiiifcs buveral farmers from this and adjiiuilig counties have been billed to read papers or make us a talk on some important farm topic and the uuerry box wilt bring nut important and interesting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ While there is a variety to select from VESTS ft uuth rstaiiding of our business After this meetii g u local or county institute in gilt spring up and be the means of dilluaing light to many a farmer that Is now blinded by the folly of his ignorant ways if we only learn that too many of us liru watching the price of farm prodiuts rather than the more important coit of pioducliou aud yiuld per acre our meeting will have done immense good bpeukn g about prio a ou farm pro duciH some farmers seem to think that rices should not only be remunerative C ut fixed or stationary They say that discussion lh use meetings are educational and devised for the purpose of bringing the fariui is togetb r fur an iiitercuauge of No farmer can allord to neglect Ideas them aud eBjirdaily when we see and kuow that as farmers wu need a better Tuesday in January A great many people went from here to Louisville last week Julian Drown is sick not being able to attend to his store last week Krnest McDonald went to Henderson Saturday night to stay till after the boll da s Pullirg through the mud is worse than shivering in that extreme cold of last week Mr and Mrs Randall came down from Irvingtou Sunday and visited Mr and Airs Jell On en Miss May Moorman will leave next Friday for St Louis to visit her father aud brothers Little Silvu Mattingly and her little sister Edna t wo bright little Misses spent Saturday iu Hardiusburg Thanks to absent friends and Uncle Sams mail for many an encouraging word that makes the burden of life light- Â¬ er Mies Grace Howard and Miss Myrtle Johnson two charming Fordsville girls attended the party at Mr Daye How Â¬ ard Remember J II Brown will be in the ring with a full line of Christmas goods anu will make prices cheap Call and see Make your good resolves in time to get a week or twos practice befor j the new year Youll not break them so early in INK if youll try this Paul Dempster Is at home from George Â¬ town till after the holidays Our college boys must fare well We never Baw them looking better Robert Moorman came home from the A aud M at Lexington Saturday Hes looking in fine trim for a full en Â¬ joyment of his rest spell Post master Curtis Bays that this prom- Â¬ ises to be the banner quarterly report since lie has had the office A good sign of the prosperous condition of the people who get mail here Judging from the ads in last weeks News and the appearance of Qlendeanea Santa Clause surely attractive stores has quit his business and divided his good thlugs among the merchants Stvlea Howard closed a very successful term of school at Rockvale last Friday An entertaining entertainment well at Â¬ tended was given at nig lit lie with several of his pupils will enter Utopia after Christmas A forerunner of Christmas parties was given at Mr Days Howards Saturday night All the young people went and returned enthusiastic in praise of tho good time and the charming hospitality of their entertainers Glendeauos soldier boy the deserved- Â¬ ly popular Henry Moorman is at home The Porto Rlcan clime gave him a good many pounds of avoirdupois He returns the picture of health The Legions re- - What is the use of making a better ar- Â¬ ticle than your competitor if you cannot get a better price for it Ans Ab there is no difference in the price the public will buy only the better so that while our profits may be smaller on a single sale that will be much great- Â¬ er in the aggrtgtte How can you get the public to know your make 1b the beat If both articles are brought prominent- Â¬ ly before the public both are certain to be tried and the public will very quickly pass judgement on them and use only the better one This explains tho large sale of Chamberlains Cough Remedy The people have been using it for years and have found that it can always be de- Â¬ They may occasionally pended upon take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with txaggerated claims but are certain to return to the one remedy that they know to be reliable and for coughs colds and croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Cough Remedy For sale by A R Fisher Clove rport R A Bhellman Stephensport Closing Out at Cost Progress in Education BUILDING Four rooms two halls well lighted and heated comfortable chairs good blackboards INSTRUC rOUS Instrumental and vocal music Miss Kate Fkridge preparatory course Miss Fannie Hurst scientific course J H B Logan teachers course a graduate both of a Normal school and a University OFFICERS The five affable directors who are interested in the institution live here and are ever ready to give any legitimate aid or assistance The county superintendent and examiners whom you may consult at any time live here LIBRARIES In addition to the College library you have access to the county teachers library in the county superintendents office CERTIFICATES A certificate of promotion will be given to anyone completing any prescribed course A county or State certificate can be obtained by anyone who completes these courses Our patrons received satisfactory grades last year Some of our last year pupils now bold State certificates DIPLOMAS Diplomas will be given those who complete the second year scien- Â¬ tific course Teachers who wish to prepare for StateDiplomas can do so here cheaper than a i ther schi o t EXAMINATIONS Frequent written examinations are held in every course and especially in the teachere in order that they may put up good papers on the final examination for certificates TERMS Eight dollars per term of ten weeks The laborer is worthy of his hire When you get lust what you want you are willing to pay for It When you engage in business or in teaching you want your salary commensurate with your ability WHEN TO ENTER Any month of the term any week of the month any day of the week Come now Procrastination ia the thief of time Tho B N College has a host of friends in this and adjoining counties who are pleased to know that ample provisions have been made for thoroughness in any course that may be chosan in this the oldest tho best and the greatest Educational College iu this section of the State 1 I will begin Thursday 22 ud closing out my entire stock of general merchandise at cost This is no joke but a genuine unvarnished fact Come and be con- Â¬ I have many nice articles for vinced Christmas presents i uch ss a nice tea set of 50 pieces for W 75 Bed room set 2 25 Meakins plates full 0 pieces sirs 35c set Common 25c Meakins cups and sucers 35c set Common 20c Buy your mother sister or daughter a nice calico drees the best 4c a yard Ladies fine go to meeting shoes at 1 and up Misses fine shoes 8 to 12 85c and 13 to 1 25 up 21 Gents fine shoes from Arbuckles coffee 10c per pack green coffee Oc to 15c per pound Everything cheap Hatu dry goods notions tin Â¬ ware and so on Come and see Will This sale begin tomorrow and continue will be for cosh only A X KlMCIIKLOK Hardinsburg Ky Notice Parties desiringtho benefit of the late Bankruptcy Act need not go to Owensboro but they can call on or write to V G Babbage at Hardinsburg and get all information desired CHRISTMAS GIFT The right kind can be found at our Store Here Are Prices Fine Oak Bed Room Sets from American Sewing Machines at Special line of pictures 75c 15 to 4 25 r 1850 Easles 65c to Rockers 50c to 1 Ji I 10 The Greatest Bargain and the Handsomest Christmas Gift Is a w- - Ladies Writing Desk Beautifully Finished in Oak M Forthirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend Tried Friends Best A Known Fact fljfl ttf Ky HAMMAN SON Cloverport 4 The Largest Furniture House in Breckenridge County TUTT5 Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE For bilious headache dyspepsia sour stomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases Q Send 260 to the Breckenridqe News and u nt a ana uie aewb free of charge for one year fi on RiMn S w4gtfitff - iJJ - Breckenridge WEDNESDAY DEO News 21 1898 Free Medical Advice Do yoa understand Jnst what Dr J C Ayera medicines will do for you Are they helping yoa as fast as yoa think they ought Ho will Writo to our doctor answer all questions and give yoa the bost modical advice absolutely free Address the J C Ayer Co Lowoll Maw 1 Have you bought n bag n Uoldun Crown Hour lately if not try one Go to Sipplps for toys We haven fine selection at the very lowest prices Dr David White of Stephonsport it Is said will locate at Tobinsport Ind Mr onil MraM II Wills returned from oulsville Wednesday evening Watch clian cr anv other suHnb o gift can lie bought lit DHuys cheap County Judgn A hi of Hardlnsburg was In tho city Saturday on buslm ps Mips Annln Simmons of Irvlmitnn Is the guest of Mr nnd Mr David Halo Mrs It L Heoton of Leltcl field Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Louard OezThomas Bandv of Union Star visltfd his sister Mrs E A ICIssnm last wet k Rnsi Jeliy a ghcerine compound fur chanped bands or laces Try it Sul Christmas wont be Christmas without a good dinner You will find The purest Groceries The best Fancy and Domestic Goods The most extensive line of Canned Goods as well as Fruits Candies and EASY TO SELECT GIFTS purchased our stock of Christmas Goods this year the chief point had in mind was Novelty We realized that our patrons wanted a line of goods as totally different from last years as it was possible to get and a visit to our store will convince The selection of you that we were successful WHEN we Zis nrs9 Practical Common Sense Articles Fancy Goods Art Goods and Toys is well nigh perfect and the profusion of new ideas the stylish things we have secured will he a revelation to you The variety the cheapness the heauty of our stock make it easy to select gifts an important consideration in Christmas shopping up-to-date n S S Watklns of Ornsboro I in tti i citv Friday on professio ml busl Local Brevities J sck Mr and Mrs John Furrow wl o live out on the Hardlnsburg piku are quite Â¬ E C Bahbagr was confined tn hs room last week by an nttnek of the grip Nuts at Pretty tough wenthor Go to DHuys for jewelry Flno candles at J U nrtbhagoa Roads are getting in bad condition Get Christmas candles at Babbnges Go to Cabbages for Christmas books Fred Fralzo went to Henderson Sun- Â¬ day DHuys for toys and Santa Glaus sup Â¬ ples Fancy goods for gift giving at Bab bages Holiday travel on the railroad Is quite heavy Holiday trade has been quite brisk thus far Notice those beautiful art goods at nnd 5 Pace Jr 0000 pounds of the weed at market Willis MrB Georgo Gavert Pitsvllle sild 3m saupage P 7 Frtsh country 5 cents pr pound bet Hestou in the GreryGiI5ons Headquarters for Holiday Dainties GROCERIES Here aro sc mo Kock Bottom Prices on Groceries which show what wo can do with them Salt pcrbbl CAPES CLOAKS AND JACKETS illnepfl Mr and Mrs John Birk of Addison are the guepts of Mr and Mrs W H Henrv Wagner of near Hlterf Bun is confined to her homo by serious nowmor Mrs stocked ourselves in Cloaks Capes and season Wo over- - CANDIES ETC 1500 pounds of Christmas Finest mixed nuts Raisins steamless Currants Citron candies nuts etc lb lb 12c Vista Iriendp Stephens of AlU spent yesterday in tho city with JnniPR G 8100 10c package 10c lb Jackets this It has al Â¬ ways been our policy to refrain from car- Â¬ rying this 7c10o 20c Youll bn surprised how cheap you can eet the finest Christmas presents at WANTS VVVX WAhTED RAGS Lion and Lovering Roast Cofieo A No 17 1 Green Coffee Pure Stick Candy Cream Mixed Candy French all cream mixed Mint rings Best chocolato drops 5c lb 2 lbs 15c DHuys DHuys 2 50 town yesterday Mr L C Keenan of Tar was in delivering his crop of Firk rVVaeVi ric 12c lb 10c lb 20c lb lbs Grannlated Sugar 20 lbs Brown Sugar 100 100 15c gal 10c gal 25c 20c gal 2 huys a barrel of good flour at the t at DHuys Star Mills Candies fruits and nuts for Christmas D Babbage Hon W The balance of our toys go at cost J tobacco Mim Eula Miller of Ilnrdincburg wrs tho guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Fral Inst week Walter Oelze who is attending college at Georgetown will be at l omo to spend W OMICK white or c lored Cotton IlRlCCKKNUIOOr NKWs must be cleni A N 1 ED WANTED oa Tho best Coal Oil 175 Coal Oil 150 7 Head Light stock over sons SALESMEN Christmas ft- - r -- fc t- - tai 8 fc r lv Minor spent Monday in Hardineburg Christmas trade has been quito brisk the past week It looks very much like a turkey famino is on Conrad Slpple Is still confined to his home by illness Mrs Martin Franks of Tobinsporr Ind is quite Rick Mrs V E Minor of Addison was in the city yesterday Dr J T Milner of Patesvillo was in the city yesterday Go to Gregory Gibsons for Christ mas fruits and nuts Gregory Gibstnp f incy groceries are tho talk of the town So far ro river craft has been rpportrd damaged by the ice Walter Stout of Oeneboro was n Iryington Saturday Jonas Lyons of Irvington is seriously ill with pneumonia Miss Lnry Pavhp of Lodibifg is visit Â¬ ing Mrs Owhh Kpys Polico Judg James Skillman went to Hardlnsburg Sunday A laive quantity of ice has been put up in the past week Father Brey f pwt several days in Owensboro last week Frank Payne went to Ilardinsburg on legal business Monday Most varied stock of Christmasgoads in the city at DHuys Select a nice Bible for a Christmas gift Babbag has them Everything new novel and up to date in silverware at DHuys Prof J H B Logan of Hardlnsburg was In the city Saturday Jack Wright of Tobins Bottom is suffering with pneumonia The BantBs art preparing for a big revival at Tobinsport Ind James Fisher wai at Hardlnsburg Monday on legal business Tho finest linn of assorted caudies in town at Gredory Gibsons Guy Oelz of Oweiiaboco is the guest of his cousin Miss Ethel Oeiza Jones Mercer of Hardlnsburg was in he city Saturday on business MifB Maggia Biwmoris expected home this week from Dallas Texas Wheat is quoed at J8 cents and corn at 25 cents on the local market Gus Brown of Hardlnsburg was in town on legal business Saturday Charles Lishen is confined to his home by a severe attack of pneumonia WILLIAMS OF 1898 LIST LITTLES DAVIESS COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE Mf sT I i I i f3frf S the guest of friends in this c ty durinp Administrators Notice the holiday All Nernons Mifs Addie Aiarvllle will bo John Atkinson hiving claims ngatnt the estate o d celttd Will the guest of Miss Mary Moorman during to me In Mirlinsburfj Ky pr please pesentsime purly proen rn or belore March isr iij All ersons indebted lo the holiiiays Fettb- salient once A fresh milcli cow and said ettatc will FOIt SALE C I CASHMAN Admr ct Jthn Allirjon For luitber information npply to calf Caley Thomas Mlfs Georgin Straus Uuctl of Hards Owiii Whitehouse a member of the iUI Infantry regular army is at noire town Mrs T B Chandler of and Mr Kistoiii ofCinninnatti ul bo onn furlougli tlip guist of Mfss Klizsbuth Hull nx Mr and Mrs Charles Babbace and baby Henry C ar th put sts of Alex week a Webster Captain J II Boland is making a re Â¬ Boyd and wife md The river Ins been fuM of floating ice cord im tint chpmpinn isfiahermau with Ho mt ftinir liunt rnt Rosettii the past week and as a result navigation spcniVd success and is enjoying him e f has suspended Immensely at that place The members of tli reloiinn Mrs David It Murray and church held a business nit ting yester Minnie and Allieno Murray are to Miws go to day afterncon Henderson Monday where they will of Hawes Mr and Mrs Geo Uentley bn the guests of Miss Alice Dixon who ville were the guests of Mia F N will givo a reception in their honor DHuy Sunday of Miss Minnie It is estimated that fully 100 loads of who has beenMurray Salt Lake Citv the guest of Login C tobacco were delivered to local buyers in Murray and family of Louisville this city Tuesday has returned to Hardlnsburg where she of Irvington ship is the guest of Mr and Mrs Morris flawts Shellman ped 1200 pounds of turkey to the eastern Beard market this week Hal C Murray who is with his father Mis Annie Kasey who has been visit- Â¬ at Camp Shipp Anniston Ala was at Â¬ ing Mrs E II Zirkel Louisville return Atlanta during the peace jubilee at that ed home Saturday city and had tho pleasure of shaking Ol Mattlnglv has secured tho contract hands with Hobson wheeler nnd other to carry tho United States mall from the wnr heroes depot to the post office Courtney Duncan who has been suffer- Â¬ Laug and grow fat at Mattinglyd ing for some months past with luug Hall Monday and Tuesday nigtitr trouble went to Asheville N C Monday night iu the hope that the mountain Uncle Josh will be there Walter May of Louisville will spend air will be beneficial to him He was the ChriBtmas holidays with his parents accompanied by his mother Mrs II V Duncan Air aud Mrs Charles May Manager Cerf of The Fair is one of A box of fine stationery would make an acceptable ChriBtmas gift Babbagn the beat advertisement writers and de Â¬ signers in Kentucky He believes in has the best line in the comity in this novelty and his advertisements are difB ad every advertisement every week It will pay you to papar There are mentions of bargains ferent track of them and witness his keep in thorn that will save you money versatility Dont f til to see the irristibly funny Eugene Carter of the Fourth Infantry MHttinulys Hall show Uncle Josh ut regular armv who has been laid up with nights next Monday and Tuesday fnver contracted at Santiago arrived L D Addison Addipou shipped out a hom- from Convalesent Cottage New car of fat hogs and rattln O le steer iu port R I last week and will enjoy his the lot weighing over 1C00 pounds thirty day furlough with his parents Mrs A C Southerlnml who has b en His regiment is at Ft Sheridan IIIp visiting her sinter Mrs J G Stephens Ed Goodnight has dropped ills quill in Addison has returned to OwenBboro this ofllce for a weeks recreation He canned left vpsterdav evening for Washington Oi Biers celery cranberries goods and all the accetsones to a Ohriet and Bedford Indiana to pattake of the inas dinner fresh and clean at Sippels Christmas festivities with friends and od He has been aosured of Col Washington Holt of Holts bot acquaintances tom has loft for Savauuah Gr where being met with a brass baud on his he will spnd the remainder of tho win- arrival at both places ter A dose of BAL Â¬ Have you a cold AVo have the largest stock of candies fruits nuts confectionary and sweet LARDS HOREHOUNDSYKUP at bed things for Christmas in tho city Sip time will remove it Price 25 cents A pies R Fiaher Miss Mnnnie White who is attending B Imont College at Nashville Tenn is Williams Moredock expected home to spend the Christmas holidays Friends of Mies Alma Moredock will be Postmaster Jonas Wilson ftlll con surprised to hear of her marriage to Mr tlnues ill It is leared that tho severe Clarence Williams which occured iu cold he hns contracted will develop into Louisville D e 12 Mr Williams is a steady industrious young man Miss pneumonia friends aud Moredock has a John Pholon and OllieTousey who at Â¬ tives in this city host of young couplerela are Tho tended tho funeral of Miss Lizzie Crigler at 0on8boro last week returned home at home to their friends and relatives in this city The young couple are at home Wedntsday at to advantage of St their friends Ky No 708 W Walnut The farmers are taking Louisville are detho aplKiidid tobacco season aud livering a largo quantity ol the weed to Miss Sadie Birk of Owensboro will b and experienctd aales handle a good linn f lubricating ciln greases on commknton Address 1 iik CiiN nnd ion Oil CoClevelanl Ohio WANrKO--KciUi- e lb Rolled Oats Sorghum Molasses New Prunes year Wo will not do it The stock of Cloaks Capes and Jackets must go Wo will loso mon- Â¬ Wo wont ey rather than carry them over quoto prices on them but invito you to come and inspect them You can name your own prices Wo cannot make a moro liberal offer FIRST COME FIRST SERVED to next 25 different kinds of beautiful penny goods something that will please all tho children Fitof lbs 15c We want to call your attention to our Oranges Lemons Bananas and Co coanuts of which wo will have a largo line and will make you special low prices on these as wo do on everything else - You Our experience in business has taught us the importance of arranging and displaying our stock so as to assist tho shopper in buying will find our store as completo in its appointments arrangements and display as any city store Tho 5c 10c 15c 20c and 25c counters contain nothing but goods that sell at those prices Tho windows shelves counters and tables will contain a myriad of art ornamental and practical goods suitable for Christmas gifts Â¬ Why go tho city to do your shopping Take our word for it wo can satisfy your wants Wo can give good reasons why you should do your Christinas trading with us In the first place wovo got tho stock In tho second place weve got the prices Have you ever figured that when you went shopping in tho city that you helped to pay enormous light bills rent bills tax bills insurance bills clerk biro bills Its a fact These items arc always added to tho cost of the things you buy and you pay tho bills Our rent is nothing our taxes and insurance aro low our light heat and labor bills aro almost nil We givo you tho benefit of these advantages and it saves you money WHY YOU SHOULD BUY HElREv NOTIOE Wo will not cut cash cards during Christmas rush but will give A FREE CHRISTMAS dollar purchase This offer good on all purchases except Groceries and Candies GIFT with every We want your PRODUCE BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS TURKEYS and DRESSED HOGS and always pay you tho HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for same ADDISON DICK aiddxson TEiTTTJoicTsr ffiffigEgBffiffiiB6BffigBQBggK fcSftSi Â¬ Jl m - m WARM THINGS I trimmed Leather Soles at 65c present Special Flyers in Ladies and Gents ifiew Â¬ Men1 s Ladies and Childrens Overgaiters from 35c to 1 A beautiful line of Mens Turkish Opera Slippers nicely Â¬ Would make a handsome Â¬ Â¬ FANCY GOODS THE VERY NEWEST THINGS OUT Wo cn givo you positive bargains in Ladies nnd Gents Umbrellas All Silk Fancy Handles in Dresden patterns Beautiful line Ladies Swiss Handkerchiefs Fancy Laco Edgo elegant quality at 10c each For Mens Silk Handkerchiefs Mufllors and overything in that line wo aro headquarters Â¬ local hojiscs lla if I vi iA L JL It i J M Tract No 1 Sold Tract No 2 JOS acres near Worthing ton on Texas Railroad about lJ nillt H high level laud 115 from Owensboro acres cleared buildir g two large tobacco barns three tenant houses Prlco 20 per aero Tract No 3 Sold Tract No 4 116 acres four miles from Buildings dwellings and Oivensboro barn Price 2J per acre T act No 5 100 acres eight milfrom Owensboro Lave black land 00 Bulldingi dwelling six acres cleared rooms tenant hnue barn holding 10 Price 25 per acre acres of tobacco Tract No 0100 acne four miles south of Owensboro Bulldlnes two ten ant houses and barn Price 35 per acre Tract No 7 115 acres 11 miles from Buildings Rolling land Owensboro house five rooms line shade tenant house two good barne 00 acres cleared Â¬ FrlMi2 50 peracr reit of our lltt Watch tbit ipac for the Will dlv it ny lrct lo suit purchaser Termon tverythlnir one third ch in one two ind three jreari cUilred Drop Dt a postal card and we will lend you a mil llab balance or longer tlms If WILLIAMS 34 io LITTLE James Fisher will go to Owensboro on the 20th to manage the plater show that is to be given at the Presbyterian church ut that placo Dick have been crowded Addison with customers notwithstanding the recent bad weather they have faith in advertising iu the News Willetts orchestra will furnish music between the acts at tho rendition of Uucle J sh at Mattinglya Hall Mon Â¬ day and Tuesday nights Mr and MrB Charles Shillman went to MorgaQUUi yesterday to sp nitlm holidays witli Mrs Skillmaus parents Mr and MrsT B Young The Third rrglment Kentucky volu i teers is said to have prders to go to Cuba January 1st This Is the regiment to which Boy tlejser is attached It is rumored that Cash Whitelead will pell tU duelling to Nit Alii of Mow qua III It Is Slid tlar Mr Ahl Is coming back to locate permanently MJcs Marlon Boomer and Mlsi Margu ntn nklllmnn returned home from Oxford College Friday evening and will sptnd the Christina- holidays ut home Mrs Georgo Iteese of Pineville who hns been tho guest of Mr and Mrs F N DHuy went to llawrsville Sunday where alio will visit Mr and Mrs Geo Bintley The Henderson Haute ls giving its patrons the heuefiv of a holiday rate Hound trip tickets to all points on the road are suld at one and one third the regular fare tttttRtHvH 1 fc K ft They do not complain of j nnvthinrr tn iinrttrMilir Thev eat cnouilt but keep thin and h i n Tir paic i nvy iijbiu laiwy ncu S but have no strength You 8 cannot say they are really sick and so you call them delicate K -- Delicate Children ri Whatcanbedoneforthem tiwiiKvtki Save Time and Worry by Selecting Your Holiday Gifts from a Strictly UptoDate Stock Our Line of Turkish Rugs Cocoa Mats Reed and Rattan Furniture Fancy Rockers and Tables Comprises the Latest Designs Out -- K Our answer is the same that x the best physicians have been J Jsf fvtiHfirv fs ti viwuihw v Kvti Givei nitirlnt rr tn - S tury them rr On Saturday December 24 we will present to our many patrons iscoirsMMoni i markable nourishing power S It gives color to the blood It 5 i brings strength to the nuts- - S 2- cles It adds power to tiie - In tho ehapo of a beautiful calendar and His BreakfaBt and join us A HANDSOME SOUVENIR designs tho Dattloship Maino St Cecelia These aro in four different Very respectfully h of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- a phosphites It has most re- - Each wilL 0jo allowed to make his own selection Flemish Landscapo to have a gala day in our big store Como Wo are going nerves Third Street OWBNSUORO KENTUCKY One Minute Cough Cure cures Tbat neaitn nnu vigor tivenueu- cate infants ranidlv train in 5 S flesh ff given a small amount j v three or four times each day S U ioc ind 1001 ill dnnjUll K It means robust B F BEARD CO fr li what It wu made for g SCOTT BOWNE ChtmUu NiW York C BSM HARDINSBURG KY s- 2- VflpWTi W WHlV TJiUUIIllEtX TTgytiw iTTr r7nTMIl ftfv iwT HUPn TCTW A V MWTTTMWWITli -- rf rTW f-r- ---i Miu - -- tjc in- ytfff in r - f pfrimtiiiif iv w iin wifmiipi KSi Beyond Our Expectations Our Stock of is j Our Sales the Past Week Exceeded Our Expectations We have been forced to order our third supply of the Stand Tables which we give away is complfcte Christmas Goods Weha ve been compelled to order Another Supply OF i ii i 0 5w A In i i s7 is going fast JEIJJKJEWELPV Our great reduction sale is 1 ivvAiciiEscioi ok SltVERRf fr- Ty - JS tfSraSa Wi VtAa I S Bg vfifM Wr - HMI38PaKs mh III following reduced prices are only good un Sii S5 til January 1890 I 111 7 1000 Suits reduced to rf 800 JEWELRY On account of our enormous sales in that line 800 Suits reduced to We have just received from the manufacturers an assortment of Â¬ OUR GRAPHOPHONE Has entertained crowds during the past week OUR SHOE LINE Is Complete in Every Department 600 750 Suits reduced to 500 600 suits reduced to 450 Remember we will give a coupon with every purchase Perfumery and Toilet Articles SHELMAN TWENTY FIFTH YEAR CO Off ZEVIIlGrTOlSr MAN EjS2ES3EE2352HS33SB GREATEST STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS In the History of Our Store ANNOUNCEMENT tJevdry2i Fncy GoJ DepkrtmenI In this department we can name only a few of the bargains Our Grocery nd Toy DeporIm2nt5 Fancy and Staple Groceries Also Choice Candies Fruits and Nuts at Lowest Prices Toys too numerous to mention Glassware from 5c to 100 A full line of Chmaware Tinware Woodenware Etc Etc A Sample of What ONE DOLLAR Will Buy Watches from 4 up to 35 Clocks from 1 to 25 Watch chainB in all prices Silver Novelties Hair Brushes and Combs Cloth UrusheB and Hat Brushes Puff Boxes Salves Boxes Watch Boxes Shoe Horns Tooth Brushes Nail Files Silver Scissord Silver Lettor openers Curlers Soals Corn Knifo Silver and Gold Bracelets Rings from 35c to 25 ior Children and Grown 100 Good Tea spoons for 60c Solid Teaspoons from 360 up And last but not leaBt a fine lino Solid Plated Tablo Knives and of Books at popular prices Forks 250 to 4 Set 12 pieces leope One half dozen Tumblers Cream Pitcher Sugar Bowl Spoon Holder Large Half gallon Pitcher Largo Fruit Bowl Large Wooden Bowl Large Wooden Spoon Coflco Pot 10c Tea Pot lOo Half dozen Toa Spoons 15o 05c 10c 05a 10c 10c 10c 05o 20c lOo In this our twenty fifth year in business we will sell you more for your money than ever before WifWill be open every night until Christmas Your Jeweler for Twenty five Years BUT COME AND SEE OUR STOCK F N DHUY Lieutenant W T Johnston 3rd Caval ry who has been on recruiting service at Louisville since May last has receive 1 ordeM from Washington to close the llict at Louisville also the one at Clo verport the last of this month Ho would liko to euhst about 250 more men meantime to Hardinsburg Has a Club With a in theThis regiment fill tho 22nd Infantry has been ordered to the Pliilllpiue Islands via New York Name and Suez Canal Ab ut J00 men of th 2nd Kentucky hnv4 been sent to this regiment also Eevorul of the 15th Indi Â¬ It Already Discusses Questions of ana Anyone wishing to goto ngiod regimnut and making this trip should Abstract Philosophy enlist now A recruiting ollicer can hi found at the Mitchell Hotel in this city Prfitw in the chest when a person lifts a On Saturday evening a week jp a number of tho young peoplti ol Hnnlinn cold indicate a tendency toward pneumo burg met at tho resilience of Irof J II nia A piece of lUnne dampened with Logan and organlzd a club for tliestihly Chamberlains Pain Halm and bound on of literature The name dutenniued on to the chest over the seat of pain will The Open Uoor Litrwy Club ib It will meet at the r BuleuceH of the Boveral promptly ruHeve tho pain and prevent members fortnightly Irof J II It the threatened attack of pneumonia Logan was elected Prehident Mica Hat Thiti same treatment wilt rure a lami tie liigliam Vice President Miaa Bettin back Sold by A R in a few hours Heard Secretary and Mrs It N Miller Critic After thu orgauizition an ani Fisher Oloverportj It A Sbellinau mated general discussion fdlowed on Stephensoort the doctrine enunciated by Fourier that the attractions r f man are proportioned IT IS A TREASURE to his destinies or as laid down by Cnr lyle that the desires of m m are pre sentiments of his capabilities nliiuh was mediated for debate by one ol the She Thinks Our Bible Olfer a Superb members and Qeiterous One The following program was arranged for the last ineetu g which was held on I most heartily thank Editor NKtva thu 10th Inst fat Mm It X Millers IVachers Hible Quotation In answer to roll mII What men Iiave you for tho Oxford received today It is it treasure A slid about women Current events John ItaswelJr handbomer ed tion I never saw Inval- Â¬ If this is thu Mu ic Mi Henley uable to tlm btndeut Mediation Miss Drjametle edition jou are i flaring with Uih Nkp Music Mls KikiiJKe it id a Biib rb ami gummas oiler Iiespicilully K N Miller Life or W Gladstone Llliu Frances Cooper II fore aiijiurnment delightful n fresh meuta for the inner mau were Birvi d Uckal Ky by the hostess Theru aro few alliUHiiti so uucomfort Tiih enrolled ineinb rs arn as follows Mra J II I Igon Mrs U N Mill r hIIh as piles but they c n easily be cured Msi Hard lUtih Hiiiluiui Fanxii by using rAULUItd HUOKliYli PILE Hurst MeHiM J II li Loimu Jlius V Cashman John E Kinclielie Jim P OINTMhNT llelinf follows lis usand Iaswell Jr Sherman Ball and It N anjone Biiirering from piles rainiotaflord Miller to neglect to give it a trial Prico 50 cts A II Fisher in bottles tubes 75 cts Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thiug EXPORT MARKET that ever was in ado is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated Seems to Be Consuming all the Weed globule of health that changes weaknesx This Year into strength lUtlesanesa into ennrgy brain fag into mental power Theyre It Is estimated that 10 000 hogsheads of wonderful in building up Ilia health stripa will be DUt up this season in tiie Only 25o per box Sold by Short A Hay Dak district Many of the growers of nh tobacco would liktt to cee the amount even larger as the larger the number of A Christmas Tree hogsheads of strips thu better will prices rango The people of Lewinport who are like body on leaf for thu homo trado Every seems putting tip tobacco for thu one big family are going to g t together export market this year and if somebody this y ear and haye a genuine Christmas tree There will be pres doesnt watch out the thing will be ents for every man woman and child in overdone The Weed the town and a real happy time will be The disposition of children largely de Â¬ had It has been several years since one baa been had pends upon health If they are troubled with worms they will be irritable cross lKlTubsro8lt iiiJ hwuKtluirllfo Jtirsf feverish and perhaps seriouMy sick To quit tobacco easily and former M mag WHITES UIIEAM VERMIFUGE Is a nolle full of life nerve anil vliror talio worm expeller and tonic to make them wonder worker that matte vreaUmea Btrong M druggists Wo or II Cure guaran teed Dooklet and samplo free Address healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts A Sterling Itemed Co Cnlcago or New York It Fisher Â¬ OPEN DOOR For ritnlla MAKING OF SOCIETY EBIHM3Hma Why Suffer Aoony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife No Â¬ lc Prof Burton Talks To Forth Dis- trict Teachers Meade County Pedagogue Is Making Name and Fame Interruption of Business cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Department says Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has Prof Burton Principal of the Brendan burg Normal School ami a ppular edu cator of Mead comity delivered Hit able addresH b fjri thu Forth District Teachers Association at Hardbtowti SiturJiy Ptof Murtotiri ptnjr was an earnest pluit for a higher education and the development of thu faculties God Iiuh endowed mankind nub lie Hindu n critical nnalysH of man and showed how easy it 1b to become useful cilizunx aigu ing that Inn grenttieM comes to men who study well and urn filled witli luvo for their fellows His tributes to famous Kentuckittntj wero not the least enter tutnitiif f aturS of his paper The dwrict ssociation was well at tended and many entertaining and cred itable papers wero read Â¬ Â¬ After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to me The use 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 others suf- Â¬ fering with piles Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA Chamberlains Colic Cholera and 11 iirrhoea Hemedy can always be depend- d upon and is pleasant and sale to take Sold ry A It F slier Cloverporl J It A Shellmau Stephensport HIS PRECAUTION BOON TO MANKIND sasatHESSBSsisxBiiisBBSBsnsHsaitnataaaBdBVsMssMMMHsiMsM JSJ iiwup TENN D sj oo Jai A TABLETS BUCKEYE PFHHSHHiiftl IMMJIVJIU pom c S5 IJI 3 N W PILE TTsr Lewlsport Man Who Was Prepared For an Emergency Oao of tho most famous recontu rs in this section oi the country is County Ju g 3 John Adair of Hancock John tells of a Ltwisport woman who got after Iter husband for staying out fin aS 5asSo5 o i arfiLfciuHK wri rnu CURE late Slid she James if you stay out late another nigh Ill be sure to raise a storm List week James was delayed at the store by business and it wat late at night when ho got home He happened to think of his wifes warning and just as ho stepped inside the door lie meekly raised his umbrella 118 wife Vtituer 8td his action with ae tonlshment and gasped out Why what on earth are you dolug with that uubrella opened in the house New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBs BYMAIL 75 CCNT8J BOTTLES 60 CENTS Sola Proprietor For eale by A Jt Fieher Oloverport Ky JAMES F BALLARD 310 North Main Street ST LQUI5 MO Â¬ Protecting uiysaif from the stopn answered he Jaims Â¬ Continues III J Four M T O CHAS F OWEN WITH A BRIDGES CO The many friends ot Mrs Floyd Roberts of near Irvlngton will regret to lenrn ol her continued illness She has been confined to her bed for the pa9t mouth and does not show sg is of Im- All who know her hope hat she will be soon on the road to recovery PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Proprietors 0 Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in the Combine BRIDGES W BRIDGES DeWittA Little Early Risers The famoki little pills onths Storage Free tj Wtf PlfWflEFfW I M uflW iffyw yfrMJJWqjWpp GHRSTMAS GREETING W NO SUNSET ON UNCLE SAM Exclusive of Colonics This Is the Second Largest Nation Kidney Trouble Tcrrlblo Ialn Ifncnnlncas aad Itcatlcnsncan USON JONES OF FORDSVILLE KY Wish Evorybody a BLACK DIAMONDS Arc veiy scarce but every Lump of 02 KHRY CHRISTMAS I and HAPPY NEW YEAR - to all n cordial Invitation to corao and oxamlne their lino of Sleepy Old China flanages to lo Us a Pew Hetter H Z Mk- Him unplre of Clirlt V the United IHtislH no V a lituil on which lieen our endeavor to cet something to p1ao Hverybody V cannot begin it Mrs llioBiin never t ways the St Liua to enumerate all the diflVr unt nrticct bolli useful and ornami ntal that wh liave tn Globe Democrat Going westward the eliow you and that wo want to nell nu Hut our Holiday Goods arH not tin onh diU rriice in longitude IxitweHii liastporr We are overloaded with b vimI Hiih of grind nttrarlions we have to show jcm Me and Manila Id about 175 degree mid ar foiced to mkn norne very low prices to move them nut nwrWIy dni n iIim - dwellers on the Atlantc n apply to our line of High Grade Mackintoshes Woolen Dresn Omuls Wnltti Tot IuiUd States Manila U veryiHnt ol Hie near Table Olothp Towels J11IW Fleece lined Hose Mens Ilubban Q leun the itmipodcs Traveling westward from vrare Ktc Etc In fact no are pretty well filled up In every line the Ktih rn versa of tint country to Its We are selling 8 OH Mackintoshes for 3 50 SO 50 Mackintoshes for 4 50 50 vehtoui the far Pacific Mackintoshes for 375 4 50 Mackintosbei for 3 00 Our 1 35 Mauklnto Ji s circuit ofhouudary in the globa is madea utmost half at 200 fcee it Our big sales on ifoai Except in midwinter the sun rises in Eiatport before it sets in Manila In OVERCOATS AND ODD PANTS lummer autumn and spring it is dav- prove beyond a doubt that are underselling all competitors n thlscssi of g tods lig it along the Eastern coast of tho 11 in need of anything In this lluo come to t e us and you will go no further On United States btfurj it id uiut oa the all Dress Goods over 25c per yard we will allow a din ount of 20 per cent until western boundary England Franca January 1 1810 Our 10c and 12c Percales to go at 8je I iien Table Cloths and 4 rinany also have territory so wideIowelsIleece lined bos and Qu nnsWHre will also go at 20 per cont diecnmt for ly lilhi ed that tlu sun shines mi some part ol it every hour of tho tweiiiy four the remainder of the year Mens Kubbers that usually nell for 50- - to go at sa Yes we will have plenty of Candy for everyone Our candy order amounted but o course in contiguous tenitory the United States s far ahead of all of lo over 3000 pounds so you see that we will be E3ZOILiUD-l-- GrOOXDS vrj MRSrrWoD i Baskett Coal 30 1894 linn Dr M Cassadaoa N Y June M Fknner Fredonia NY SUITS w Dear Sir About 4 years ago I had kidney trouble and backache I was so bad that I could not ride out in a carriage without giving me great pain and a feel- Â¬ ing of uneasiness and restlessness I also had rheumatism all over my system I began the use of your Kidney and Back- Â¬ ache Cure and continued it until I had taken three bottles with the result of entirely curing me DRUQQIST Jlerdlnt biui Kentucky bushels constitute a car load The re rord breaker contains J 578 miahels and 2 pliinds Tlio following is tho general rule for measuring corn Two cubic feet ol good sound dry corn in the ear will make n bushel of shelled corn To got the quantity of shelled corn in a box of corn in tho ear measaro tho length breadth aud height of th- - box inside of the rail multiply the length by the breadth and th product by the height then divide the product by two and you have the number of bushels of shelled corn in the box Need Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken S O Weak nervi s had caused severe pains in the back of ids head On using Electric Hit- Is a Jewel p That is the verdict of all housekeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous COAL ITS AN ECONOMICAL HEADQUARTERS FR CANDY IkrberPole I Kiuest Grado Stick Candy ancy Candies Penny Goods of Every Description WAN per pound 7c per pound Sc and 10c per pound Gc ED Kir which we will pay highest market prices js sure to seo us before selling 5000 CROSS 24 TIES If you have any Tie Timber for sale 0a Clri tmaa Eve December Jld Iime Christmas Tree free to all the citizens of Fordsville will have a Grand Come along and bring the little flkp r WILSON CLOVERPQFtT YourH Very Truly JONES KENTUCKY FORDSVILLE HiO S -- r B3UhIuP3 Hrl BwlKPS JfJBw SHR uk yf tab PfrBBl Our Bchotl has beennewly graded a proper system of discipline established and the school put upon a permanent basis We havo the bi st equipped most con venient and niot commodious school building in this part of the State The members of our faculty are all exper ienced and ciithiiBaitifi teachers Our educational facilities are therefor equal to thosi of anv other town in this part of the State Parents who contem- Â¬ plate sending their children away to school will consult Iheir own interest as well as that of their children by investigating the merits of our sctiool before sending thbin ehewhere Our music Drpartment in charge of Miss Aunie May and Mifw Juta Owen is a prominent feature of the school Thefli ladies have had special training in their preparation for their choos n profession as teachers of instrumental music and all who put themselves under their charge may ixpect to make the best progress that is possible under thoroughly competent teachers Thor ough instructions and drill given in all departments including Primary Com- Â¬ mon School Academic and Teachers Departments Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ these In area exc mive of colonies tho United Suites is the laigMt nntiuu in the world except China 1 far exceeds in supeificial extent the empire of Alexan- Â¬ der the Great or the Home of Caesar and Trajan It BiirpafStS tho domain of CtiHilemagne or the territory of Charles V exiMii ive of his colonial possessions in Anitriiii which wete ol ituietliutu ex- Â¬ tent and which only technically belong Â¬ ed to Spain for 110 Spaniard in Charle tini i Iihh eyer seen any moro than n miall firgment of the tegiou that Spain claimed in the days of Uuarles and ot his son Philip II It exceeds the umpire of Iliisstu in Europ In population the United States exceds every Christian nation ot tho globe if colouial possessions are omitted In the cape of the United States the area and population of the colonies are comparatively trilling but in that of tho other great C instiau countries which have been mentioned the area of the colonies largely surpubsts that of the mother country and in ttio case of all of them except Germany they aru exceeded by their colonies in popu latino In wealth and material strength the United States is far belter quipped than any other country for getting de tached territory if it elioul I ever engage in mat tssk to any important extent Impcritd America which comprises iiioiti than halfoi the inhab led portion f Hietih H in arm oiih euitineit Its acrosH to another hemisphere o the worlds greatest ocean nut extend from the arctic ci cle down to a point close to the iquator Its ol oiden from the Alaskan islands of the uortfVif Hawaii tho Carolines and tlm Philippines on the houtluru tier are dis tnhut d within easy sailing distance of They cover all climates each other f om the frigid to the torrid When our new conquests are occupied thoStars and tripes will be as familiar a sight on the ml u ils of the Pacific as is the union jack of Ei g and Uulikemauy of the culon les of England and other nations the United biates new possessions will all be productive They will sdd largely to the countrys wealtii and gem iai iihouri es ettlers and capital from all parts f f tliu world will iliw into them immeclate ly ater the United States g ts them in- Â¬ Through liiBin the coun fo its hands try acquires a new credit mid potency and Itn Hilvantnges of Auv rican civilization will he extended half way nround the globe Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ For the roison that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stovo or grate with it nt night close your drafts and youve got a lire that lasts until morning You do not havo to uo as much BASKETT COAL as you do others hecnuso it has more substance und weight to it than tho fast burning coal ITS A CLEAN COAL Tho BASKETT COAL is clean All good bituminous coal produces clinkers so docs tho BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stovo fuel Is a superb fuel BASKETT COAL for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants Spains Greatest Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Â¬ ters Americas Grcnest tloodand Nerve KeniMiy all pain soon left him 11 says tils grand medicine is what his country All America knows that it cures neiMid liver and kidney troubles purifies the hlnod tones up the stomach strengthens the nervi s putH vim vigor and new life into every mupcle nerve and organ of the hotly If weak Mred nr ailii g you need Everv bottlH gmiantHeit only fiO it I lay nes Drig cents Sold by Shuit ttis s YELLOW LAKE Leim and Irene Mattingly ave tlie Uiexsles Mr Fred Cannon was not near so well last weak 1 Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY In riciiiorlam lines are in memory of Itobert These Norton eft in Our Ji our pride our pet halgone Irnin our live lht he u naught but iniianil rigiet lemiK Hear Kcibtrt t wl I mi s 5011 In all tlieioniln vnr v ittogreul lor woni Our s ino Oh c John Ithodes ia making preparations to build him an ic non o Miss Mary Ilalloy will spend thU win- Â¬ ter with Mrs Iom Cuiiiiou Miss liziNoblett had todismijs school lllSt WUUK Oil ICCOIllll of llllHAH Mrs Fred 1iaz- - can walk around some on her crutches now Ernest Rhodes went to Ltrftchllcld lebt last Saturday uu puichasLd nun iu 1 1 in it I he ha pretty Trjingj for 25c banjo Tmsdty nigiit sides the reguUr ca s s in Higher Mathematics Latin and the sciences at the beginning of the winter and spiiug term we will organize a Teachers train it g class for the benefit of thoe who may wish to prepare themselves for examination for a County or State Certifi Â¬ cate or for n State Diploma We know just how toprepare ou for examination Hence if you wish to raise the grade of jour certificate and to increase your teaching ability join our class and gt the henfit of our long experience in teaching and school discipline Schools were hard to get last year but will be har er to g t next year The time has come when trustees recognize the importance of employing competent Hence you must prepare teachers yourself or retiro from the profession Ilut do not go away to some so called N irmnl school that is a mountain in dis Â¬ play but a mole hill in merit We can Livrt you individual attention Hoard Tuition and Instrumental music at reas onabo rates Vocal music free to all pupils Send for calaloue S E Hancock Principal and Business Manager Clover port Ky Hi Â¬ A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Sirs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bud cold which nettled on my hiDgs cough set in and finally tonnimi ed in Consumption Four Doctors nve mo up sayinp I could live hut n short time Igavwrnyself up lo tny Savior determined If I could not May witti my friends on earth I would meet my hu sept ones above My husband was ad vised to get Dr Kings New Ditcovery for consumption coughs and cuhla I gave it a trial touk m all eight bottles It has cured me mid thank lied 1 urn saved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ man Trial bottles free at Short Iluy nes drug store Kegular uz COc and II 00 Guaranteed or price tefunded Uncle Geo luwii of Kirk spent Ja t witii nisilaugntui tlrd F K Kliodeh Mr Ollie Howard hikI family ttirt to Louiaiaiiaiuii lew days to make their future liomu Dolphie and Willi lthodes delivered a loo ep ftrteir loeu o Thyilnl t f lttnomore will fall uron our iisuiimear Thy toielthiH ed ami Mill tin voice we CHRISTMAS GIFTS By The Hundreds HARDINSBURQ A Marvellous Collection of Njicer One 5 Jot 50c nice little drove last Tuesday A few of ijf ing at Gleudeaue e move with Our mliug heart areuVvIatc si cut irail tloweri oer our btloviil We scatter bimit dead uejr FARM AND STOCK JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO HOUSE Managers Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE SALES RESERVE BID TO SELLER RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE DAILY AUOTION IBIS 1 SIDED 1HTEBEST EVEttYBODY Because It is placed here by the WHY Ve A NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price MlaaB TrTETH WlTHOUTPZ ATES extract teeth 25 ceati without pain lake a rood set of artificial teeth for Teeth filled with gold aad pUllaura alloy Teeth filled with aiaaitaai Teeth filled with pure told 1500 75 50 l 10 and up Wfaf Tiitr am rffiAaJlalB TOuMpBjBaar veara suarantee alren with eery fitllnj We have been esUblithed In Ioutivlllt for over ten Can rive reference frotu beat profenlonal and builneia mea In the city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky 542 Send mv nn tnltnlca hut Bet In he rich tilaee B43 Our avttem of maklnir Bold crown and bridge workorteeth without plateaU the beat known to the profeailon people from abroad can coma In the morning and wear their new tee tn borne a mc day BnEOKENRinaE Newb and get a 3SBSSS33SSSSS 250 to the 500 Bible and the Newb free of charge for one year 9 List Tuesday morning when Mr Ches ter ithodes went to get a bucket of water he did nut find Rebecca at the well with a coolingdrauglitot water to quench his thirst hut found instead some vry hot water which was pitched at his di IJOi feuseltsi head hy Ids adversary In wait- Â¬ John Eugleman of Stauford put an ing fortunately Chess was a good dodger average of 147 pjuuds on live hcgi for aud escaped without any visible scars John Al McKoberUi in 77 days It took a special train of 20 cars to haul How to Find Out T D Uheuaults a00 1560 pound cattle sold recently at Stanford at 4 85 Fill a bottle or common class with your A tnule that was foaled tl e night Pre -- water and let it stand tweuty four hours ideut Lincoln was amahaiiinteii died near a pediment or eettlint indicates an un Mt Olivet last week aged XI years healthy condition of the kidneys if it W J Smith of Otvensboro aud Mr McHlwain of Bowling Grexn were at stains your linen it is evidence of kidney Lewispoit last week buying flue hordes trouble too frequent desire to pass it or About one thousand cattle at Winchei pain in the back is also convincing proof ter on Court day Best prlca 41 cuuts that the kidneys and bladder are out of for a small lot of extra fetderN or 1000 order pouuds weight heifers 3 to 3 cents WHAT TO IIO A gigantic Hour truit lias been orgm Them in crinfort in tho knowleigibo ized to contioi the output ot 11 nrly ah the more important luttl t of the world often expressed that Dr Kilmers It Is haid that it will have a caidtal 1 f Swamp tttot tho great kldnuv remedy 150000COO fultilU wry wish iu curing rheumat sn Bush W Allin Jr sold 13 head Of registered Snropsiiiru sheep tit auction pain in the back kidneys liver bladder last Saturday at 12 20 Board altuiu anil every part of the urinary passages bougtit threo car loads of hogi at from It corrects inability to hold water a ml 240 to 3 and shipped them lo Uinoiiiiii sctlditiu palu in pAssIng it or had eir rts ti where they sold for 3 Huirodahurg foilonii g use of liquor wino or beer and Democrat In Madison county Ool ThourisJ ihn overcome that unpleaeant ncct fsity of sou sold to J B Kmbry lili of ex- bt in compolled to g often during tlm port cattlo ayernga weight 1100 Itw au day and g t up many times duriig the l 60 They were shipped to Nnv York n g it Tn mild and John Embry bought of Win Bndgeiorih ofljct of Swampt ot iathe extraordinary soon rfaizpd It for Chicago parties 137 tlnu export cat stands tlm highest for its Wonderful curi s tie paying uu average of 1J cenu of tho mit distreailng cases Bros near Nortli Mid Sam 0stou If you dleiown have told to S I UolT 600 oul a medicine you tliould liavj the barrels nf earn to be fed on place at 1 10 bt at At driifgists fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ Warren burner has bought three tho onghbred yearliuga by Lissak from Jatk lar Yiti may havo a amnio bottle and a Ohlnn for 4800 They will be in Gill Omrys stable next season liana Newt book that tells more about it both sent The car famine in the West uaa caused absolutely freo by mail II you flnd your the overloading of cars One camut tiSt addrt Bi to Dr Kilmer A Co lllngham Louis from Leiivm worth Kaa the other day containing 88870 pouudaofcorunet tonN Y When writing ha Bure aud This is over lu000 pounds more ever be mention that you read this generous oiler fore carried on one car Ordinarily 6Q0 iu the Ubkckkniuoou NeVs Â¬ Hruce ofStanfoid got 112 pounds lard from a 3S0 pouud liug JO Caldwell of Boyle pays M4U Do taxes the largest taxpayer in that coun- Â¬ ty The 043 horses sold at the Woodard Shankliu tale in Lexington averaged of JE ovster supper at Dr Red Hot From the Gun lout Saturday night AVas tlm ball that hit J U Stpailman The bl zzird last Suuday kept every one at liouie and there was constant of Nuwnrk Mich in tl b Civil War It throw more logs upon the lire caused horrible Ulcers ti ntjno treatment Mr Bob Uhoiles is contemplating re Ttitjn llucklens lielpt d for LO yoars turning to Jeirersonviile sioti there Cures Outs Arnica Salve cured him will be one sad heart ItL repiuii g Miss AIiuh Mattingly is expected over liriiiben Hums lloils Felons Cornp at the exhibition to entertain us willi Kkin Eruptions Best Ille cure on earth some of her well sekcted recitations Jj cts a box Cine nmuiuitetd yold Misa Lizzie Coomes scliool closes Dec by Short A HayiR DrunKste- 20th with inhibition at night Tue pro grain promises lo be very entertaining SAND CAVE FLAT We congratulate our little friend Mirs Miiiuie Hart on her g od luck a winner of one oi Hie pnz b uileteil for the best Frank Sliellinau is on tho sick list Tiianusgiving peico in the Ntws Hewitt Hawkins has rented tiio A I Miss Maggie Ithodes spjut last Mon Â¬ AlcKuuliau placi day verv pleasautly lit Airs T Woosleys Air and Mrs Frank Shellman has a ochool iluling there a dutiful teaciidr Thaukegiving present its a line boy many intelligent pupils and Alts lroctor Huberts mid his estimable Woealey is also inaku g preparations for an entertainment 011 iier closing day wifw lite Mhs Nannie Dowell of lierc iiavu gomi to iiouaekeepiug in this com some time iu Jauuary enjied a nice little Hurts theijirlsandtheirsweetheaiU Tkhesa Uiiown Union Star T C LEWIS Jewelry Silverware Musical Instruments and Novelties We call Especial Attention to our reat 11 reelection at Sewing Machine For Wife Mother or Sister 7ariety at and Up 100 200 Dont Buy Until Youve Examined our Stock muiiity Herman Lay the Walnut Grove school teacher lias resumed school after a vaca tion of two weeks on account of diptho ria in that neighborhood When at Oloverport we examined the Bible offered as a premium with the UitECKENitinoK Xkws and take pleasuro iu recouiuieiidiug it as u goou value If you do your Certainly all new Bubacrl era shoud 11 good opportuavail theinselvesuf suuti nity The writer has read the presidents message from alpha to omega and con- Â¬ sider it wieo aud worthy of the very AT closest study Every body should read It and learn how extensive is the work How different from of the president the colloidal times Mr Crafton Cashraan ot Union hilar and Miss Jacy McKauglmn were married at the home of the bride Wednesday Nov 10th JKev Ferrell of Hawesvllle Ululating The attendants were Meesrs II J Koberts of West View and Albert Dont put off buying your McKaughan mid Misses OIIIh Cashman The largest and clioapent line of sibter ot tho groom And Ida Jarrett The WINTER CLOTHING CHRISTMAS TOYS writer with a host of other friends ex Â¬ anv lnng T You can pave money by tend congratulations anil articles for gift giviug in this section buying now W lvh an immense stock ot of tho county Â¬ HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY T C LEWIS Youll be Dollars Ahead Christmas Shopping UNION STAR D S RICHARDSONS hd 11 iiilhl and elTootlre UxullTtf Ihur aru limply nun ilvirtul Mr UaunliWr anil I were bollicreil with lit k itoraai li mill our tu ualh ttai Tory bad After taulnif a an ilui of Unu areti mo laro Improved womlotfnllr IMur are h ureal help la tha faiplty WIIUKLUINA N All EI 1137 UUtviiliouno til Cincinnati Oblo A I hitvebtea mine ClHCAHFTSnndn REATH j0 CANDY i BAD ihamiii CANDY FRUIT AND NUTS by the ton Going dirt cheap DRESS GOODS NOTIONS Shoes and Furnishltics to ilJee out w nt quotu prices Come and see We HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE HONEST GOODS HONEST VALUES HONEST TREATMENT D S RICHARDSON Union Star WHITES CREAM la Quality 1 11 j flood Do TtU 10o KaUu Thaoi maxk meiarintD nPleacant ralatablo Oooil fUrilaf 1 Neror Sicken Woaken or Grip inent Worms m rrtrsdby BOIiD VERMIFUGE Bit lluttlaQoaaUty r z - Fir 20 Ytars For sale by A Â¬ Iri Sit aiJ CMfU Ukfnlrtll by UATflKll Bold andCUKKTobaooo all drug RUIUIAU nUwto urinll Habit CURE CONSTIPATION Has Lid all Warm Rcattdias Y JkXX SHTTCiVarXaW JAMES F BALLARD r r v Louta - It Fiatier Oloverport Ky C J5f5wln5755l5JTxy55pTv Do Not Give Up in De Deadly Cancer Cured at Last spalr There is Hope For ngos Sparta Ga Tho cures made by S 8 S are perma Â¬ nent It is the only blood remedy which Â¬ can cure obstinnte blood deep seated diseases because it is tho only one which acts on the correct principle of forcing out the poison and ridding the system of it forever S 8 S never fails to euro tho worst cases of Oancer Scrofula Catarrh EczemaContagious Blood Poison Itlieu matism old sores ulcers etc It mat It has been demonstrated beyond tors not what other remedies have been doubt that Cnor Is a blood disease used in vain It is the only blood and can not be cured by the surgeons remedy guaranteed cut knife because th lived can nl and those bo unfortunate m to havo this dreadful nflliotion havo con Â¬ sidered themselves beyond hopo of recovery The doctors aro ab solutely unable to afford any ro lief and the poor sufferer might well consider himsolf on tho way to an early gravo It is now easy to see why tho doctors have failed to cure Cancor Their thoorios havo been all wrong and honce thoir treatment misThey havo mado tho directed mistake of thinking that by cut- tinct out the soro or ulcor known ai dancer the disease would bo gotten rid of and the patient re Â¬ stored to health But tho oruel knife accomplishes nothing for tho Cancsrpromptlyrtumsandis always mors virulent than before that Cancer is inourablo it has boon thought woro unnble to do her any gcxI ami finally pronounced It Cancor of a most malignant type Wo upiv Kreallj nlarmed and gavo hor every rviniHly recommended but they did not seem to roach tho disease nml it continue1 to spread and crow Unon tho advice of a friend she began to tnko S S S and after n few bottles had been uoi a decided improvement was noticed and continuing the remedy ho vn cured completely and tho permanence of tho cure has been proved ns no sign or the uinease liim returned though ten years liavo elapsed ILL MiDDLEnnooKP Feburary and during the month of Jan uary a number of now suite may be filed A now lino of Christmas goods at lias wells We invite all to come and ex amine our line before buying elsewhere we cannot ailoril to advertise nil as there are bo many pretty and valuable things at a cheap pilce Mr Godlrey Haswell has shown ex cellent taste in his purchase of holiday goods this season lie has an innumer Â¬ able number of toys and it will pnv you to go in and look at his magnificent Christmas display The first quarterly meeting of the M E church South for tho present year will be held out at Lphesus next Saturday and Sunday The pastor Rev J W Bighara desires the officials of tho churches in the circuit to be present Hog killing time is about over and tho old man thinks now that ho will have a rest Bnt wait Here is the turkey killing season next and tho child- Â¬ ren blessed things they must have something for Christmas too Lordy tho old man must get a fresh move on him Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ JOIvIvY v Headquarters for JJucimus ill i sequantes qui possenr fe C V IRVINGTON KY t AJJSl Our lino of IsTIOEl IfcTIE QOODS W OZLiZEIfcT Hand or Shelf Worn Nothing Second 190 THAT EQUAL Tho money quostion is still agitated with us and wo can give you more goods for 100 than you can get elsewhere and that without music or much song and dance We havo just put in a diylight gas plant and you can examine cur goodd ns well hy night ns by day light Our daily sales convince us that wo aro slling goods much lower but wo mean to double them from now on by offering greator inducements All we ask is for you to price our goods lEsVBSf in this place last Tuesday night The funeral services were conducted by Revs Sneed and Bigham Mrs Guthrie was one of the oldest women of the place She leaves several children all of whom are grown Dr self Mrs Fielding Guthrie after nn illness of several months died at her residence LISTEN HERE ARE SOME RARE BARGAINS ie3oe3s Any Price You Want 1 good Ladies Shoo at Ono Dollar to tho highest prico Dress Shoe Just receiving a now stock from tho East Dont forget our Rubbor Stock Any sizo grado or stylo in Mens Ladies or Childrens ODD PANTS out 500 ONES Boys Corduroy Pants that never wear Just what mothers ncodtokecp tho boys comfortable Fine line of Boys and Girls Hose A genuine Bicycle Hose for Listen boys from 15c to 25c You cant du- Â¬ 1 DOLLS is superior to anything over brought to Mothers who usually go to Irvington Louisville for handsome dolls will find wo havo beauties dressed and undressed Como and seo them be Â¬ big and little fore they aro picked over See our lino of From a No Elegant lino of Boys Under Pants Balls Cough Syrup cures the molt itubborn coughi colds and lung affections Even Incipient consumption hat been successfully cured by this marvelous remedy Sufferers will obtain relltl utter a few doses Seroral years af my wife kad an ulcaron her Unfit which though an njinj was aet regarded seriously at frit Itrefussdte heal and began to The doc Â¬ row firing her xnnoh pal tors treated it for quite a while bat away Purely Vegetable GUSTON DWLewis and Bro Leitchfleld of Brandenburg are out at Jesse Herndons on ft hunt The Rev Clay Moremen of Big Spring was in town the other day to meet another minister Gus W Richardson who was at homo on a short visit has returned to hiB busi Â¬ ness at Frankfort Coburn Richardson who is attending the Kentucky military schools was nt home on a short visit II L Bell and wife Albert Ashcraft and Mr J B Smith and Miss Eva Jni rigau attended the Legion Jubiieu at Louisville Miss Lula Nunnellie of Louisville made Mrs Klisha Smith a short visit Miss Nunnellie is one of Louisvilles most beautiful and charming young ladies There was a large attendance at the Anderson BaBkett sale last Thursday 10 head of sheep first pick of a lot of 10 head brought the neat sum of 32 Mr Stanley Smith has iuut received word from his brother John T Smith of Newton Kan informing him of his good luck in getting 3000 back pay and 112 per month pension Rubbers at Prices Never Before Heard of JEWELRY Anything you want guaranteed Our lino of and everything and contains not a particle of potash mercury arsenic or other minerals Valuable books on Cancer and Blnni Diseases will be mailed free to any nd dress by Swift Speciflo Co Atlanta Gu Full lino of Â¬ BRANDENBURG I hear of no gayeties for the holidays Miss Mona Price will bo in Lonisville next week Mrs Eil Yeakel is recevering from a recent illness IiOokout for the Christmas number ot Meade Messenger Tho stores are full of beautiful novel- Â¬ ties for the holidays Dec Grey who was with the legion has returned home and is quite sick Mrs Nelle Herndon o Irvington was at her fathers Mr J W Lewis last h week Remember Dr Hardin will be at Irvington Wednesday and Tbnrsday See him Dr T T Eaton and the Rev Jenkins were guests of Mr and Mrs D Hardin Missionaries have a collossal work before them for 1699 in our acquired J that Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson Washington have lost inelr mtant son We are practicing for a musical but the music for the advanced pupils is dillicult and will take time Misses Lena Flora and Fannie Nevltt will spend the holiday season in Louis Â¬ ville with Mrs Sheenes family Brother Shnltz has accepted the call to the Baptist church here May he be of great benefit as pastor and friend Miss Maydee Pusey will go to Lonisville next week and expects to visit Bowling Green before her return A Merry Christmas to each and all and to everybody tnat reads the News and with Tiny Tim a God bless you every one Mr and Mrs Richard Willed have returned from Louisville whore they went to be present the marriage of Miss Brooks Beall Grinnell spent Saturday and Sunday with Orla Wool folk who is at home from Kentucky State College Lexington for the holidays My music class increases In interest I will have several now pupils January 1st I can make arrangements for another piano if necessary The class in harmony is doing fine work Brother Jenkins will preach his fare- Â¬ well sermons next Sunday morning and night We all are loath to say Uood bye but bid him God speed and suc Â¬ cess and happiness in his new field of labor A Christmas tree next Saturday night at the Methodist church for the Sunday school children Sunday morning at the Baptist church there will be exercises and a treat for the Sunday school The Nkws was chuck fall of Christmas ads last week Good for a good paper It evinces prosperity for its town and country and hostling editors to work np business Mr Boekbinder a very fine tuner from Smith A Nixon was here last week He said he had never found pianos in such a condition and in some instances almost beyond redemption from sheer neglect One ot the best women in all the state sent me a ticket for the Eaton lecture and by her husband the very best man in all this world who took me Oh the good we all can do in this life Little acts of kindness Little deeds of love A crown is insured for such Chas M Nevitt will go to Dallas Texas Jan 1st to engage In business with John McDonough Charlie Nevitt Is one of the most intelligent young men in my knowledge and has the capacity In equipments to go to the top round of the ladder Dr and Mrs Burch with their child- Â¬ possessions We retret to hear II It Comet Prom Wolla It flood You will b suie to find a saitall Holiday Gift From our large stock of Watches Clocks Jewelry Plated and Silverware Lamps And Many Novelties Holiday Goods Reserved upon Part Payment No trouble to show Goods orders promptly filled Mail GEORGE WOLF CO Cor Fourth and Jefferson St Louisville Ky ren will spend Christmas week in Louis- Â¬ ville Dr Burch will locate hero and be ready tor practice January 1st The doctor is known well in this and adjoin Â¬ ing counties as an excellent physician who has a number of friends We who can number our years for half a century are quite prone at this season to live in the past The happy scenes of our childhood shine out and pass before us in panoramic views How recollections of lather mother sisters and brothers rise up All ail have crossed over the bar and yet wo live and celebrate Mr A C Burton had most compli mentary notice in Saturdays Louisville Post from the Bardstown reporter His speecn on The Making of Man was eulogistic to Kentuckians Mr Burtons ideas on higher education and what it constitutes to make a man are true genuine and original and Mr Burton is one of the coming men Say boys I How doeB Col John B Dr T T Eaton of Louisville as adver tised lectured at the Baptist church last Castleman sound for the next Governor Friday night on Poor Kin He hand of Kentucky Of course some of our led the subject uniquely and showed good Rep brothers would say nay I give himself fully informed on so homely us Lieutenant Co Morris Belknapp a selection His lecture abounded in Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Will Give witticisms and original ideas The con- Â¬ cluding remarks were very beautiful Immediate relief to a child suffocating with the interesting and instructive Tiie only dreadful cough Mothers keep this reliable medi objection to be urged was the rapidity cine always handy and it will save you many unt with which he delivered his vast ilowing easy hours It costs but 25 cents thoughts but his manner was eaay and gracelul The occasion was indeed a STEPHENSPORT feast of season and How of soul Heres a merry Christmas to you all HARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs M Blain were in Louis ville a few days last week Mrs Bob Cain spent a day in Louis Come to town next Saturday ville last week shopping Business in the courts is slow Regular services will bo held in M E ifcWillard Kincheloe is convalescent church Sunday by the pastor ChriBtmas comes on the Lords day Several from here attended the Legion Closing out at cost A X Kincheloe jubilee in Louisville last week Alvin Simons of Cloverport spent Come in and see the dolls at Haswells The public school will close next Fri Â¬ Suuday with Dr and Mrs D White day Master Peter Hiner Btst is spending a 6 and 10 cent toys of all kinds at Has few weeks in Louisville with relatives R W Vaughn and son Robert Willie wells Our soldier boys have all returned spent a few days last week in the Falls City home Frank Blain who has been employed Nothing like the china and glaas ware on government boat is home for a few at Haswells weeks Jones Mercer arrived home last Satur Â¬ Mason Fite of Derby Ind passed day night through town Sunday enroutoto Cannel A X Kincheloe will sell you any ton Ind article in his house at cost Mrs Lena Brodie of Derby Ind is Vases cups and saucers bisque figures the guest of her mother Mre Barny and lamps at Haswells Gilliland Mr and Mrs R S Skillman will re- Â¬ Mrs Bettle Napper wentto Hawesville turn to Louisville thiB week Thursday to spend the holidays with her Saddles for all sexes and ages at Has- Â¬ mother Mrs Edd Brashear An entertainment of tableaus music wells Cannot be beat Mrs Jesse Wright of Louisville came and recitations will be given in city ball Wednesday Dec 28th for the benefit of down last week to visit her fathers fam the M E and Baptist Sunday schools ily This being the last week of public Come and seo the finest line of work Â¬ one be boxes comb Bets manicure sets and al Â¬ school somespringshouldafterready to commence the term the holidays bums at Haswell a TheChiistmas times bring the boys T 0 Lewis has purchased a phono- and girls gathering home from their dif Â¬ graph with which he is delighting his ferent vocations some out for their own customers edification and some to edify others A fresh line of nuts figs seedless Do not forget the oyster supper to be rasins currants and canned goods of all given by the ladies of the Baptist church kinds at Haswells Saturday Dec 24 Christmas eve in the When you go to select a common city hall A good time and all sorts of sense Christmas present go to A X nice thing to eat are anticipated so come and Jldi for the oyster Kincheloe and save money If you want anything in chairs rock- Â¬ ing horses shoofltes wagons both wood and iron call at Haswells Haswells have opened a new line of goods A 10 cent counter of every day THE NATION household goods Come and see what a dollar can buy Catarrh is our court A great many people are paying car trsenemy La grippe fare to get to the city this week to il nd lung troubles and cheap goods when they can do better other diseases of with their money at home the mucous mom- to- Â¬ As the farmers are delivering their brano tako hold bacco it will pay them to can and see of our people tine of breeching collars har Haswells and fatal results ness and check lines follow withÂ¬ Lee Miller Claude Mercer Louis alarming fre Kincheloe and Victor Bowmer members quency All of of the Legion all arrived home last week theso troubles on a furlough of sixty days are catarrh and The law regulates this marriage busi Â¬ cannot exist ness well enough The trouble is the divorco court comes around and knocks where tho membranes are clean and healthy it all in the head too often Mrs Lou Davis FayottcvUlo Tonn A young man who went to Texas a tells In her letter how Dr Hartmnna few years ago to get rich and grow up cured with the country writes back that cotton great catarrh remedy Â¬ is low and that they havent much ahead her of la grippe and serious lung com She says plication yet A dollar saved and a hundred cents I was afflicted with a dlseaso com Â¬ made to go to A X Kincheloea flrstand monly known as la grippe two years examine his stock if hu has what you consump Â¬ I want you will certainly save some ago J tho doctors said of had and bottle tion I got one money the second night my cough stopped Rex J R Moore will preach at the say Baptist church next Sunday on the I Km I took several bottles and I will that I believe I would be a dead woman of Christ Morning subject The glad now If It had not been for Tidings the New born King Evening The Completed Mission Mary M Prultt Palpa Mo says You old poky husbands whositaround a Mtdicint Co Columbus O the house these wintry days had better go slow in picking a quarrel with your I had la grippe for three successive wives if you dont want the air fairly years It Beemed to get a tighter hold Bcrizzle around you for ten fset square on mo each year It seemed I waa In I will need all the money I can raise the Jaws of death What had helped by Feb 1st Those who owe me either me beforo would not do me any good by note or account aru kindly requested I aaw aa advertisement of It cured meI to settle same at once Please let this procured two bottles and notice be sufficient A X Kincheloe not felt any symptom since After the holidays business in the I hrve You may use this la any way you courts will begin to look up Circuit Court convenes the second Monday Jo please Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 3 4o Fast Colors Plaid Cotton standard brand 4c and 5c Outing Cloth Our full lino of J mimmS W SJ K plicate this in a 35c Hose in Louisville Fine grado Girls Bicycle Hose Wont Look at wear out in one days time them mothers Come atld get a bucket of our genuino CANDIES is superior Have our candy clerk put up a fancy box of it for your best girl Sho will smile upon you for it Seo if she dont 6 l 2c NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES Fine better than honey Try it Try our EVAPORATED FRUIT Apples and Peaches at 10c and 12 l 2c Etc for cooking Fancy Pink Green and other colored CAPS AT COST From 15c to 75c You will find in this lot stylish Tarn OShanter Caps for tho little girls and Yacht Sailor and Turn Over Caps for both boys and girls WRITING PAPER Nice present for Xmas A handsome line of SILVERWARE Seo our Knives and Raisins Figs Prunes Fino Forks best Triple Plate for 175 per set Try our Fairbanks Soap equal to tho celebrated Ivory two cakes for a nickel Every Twenty fivo Cent purchase entitles you to a Handsome and Artistic Calendar arranged for holding three picures Your choice of President Cabinet or Generals of the late war For picking choice of pictures first como first served Bring us your produce Wo will givo you extra value received Our lino of Decorated Lamps with Globe or Shade cant bo duplicated in this town either in point of style beauty or price Buy ono and make a joy for yourself and family both day and night Â¬ Come and engage your Turkeys beforo they are all gone Wo will havo Cranberries Oysters Celery and everything that goes to make your Christmas dinners a joy forever even the after effects will please you See our new styles in Table ware If you want to please your wifo or your Mother give her a your Mother-in-lapresent picked from our lino of now and elegant queensware Vases toilet sets manicure sets childrens silver knife and fork set work boxesperfumery etc Examine the line youll io sure to buy w L We lead those follow who can gXX3 Ducimas illi sequantes qui possent il twTSratTaatjx5X3GXS We Pont Want a Cent Santa Clans Has Established his Official Headquarters at 1 of Your Money Unless we can give you satisfactory bargains in Hats Caps Shirts Neckwear Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods OUR STORE Our Fancy Goods and Notions De- Â¬ Â¬ New Goods Latest Styles NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR For Christmas Presents We havo the Handsomest and Nobbiest Line of Shoes over brought to this part of tho country partment is a veritable gold mine of opportunities for gift giving You can find the very thing you need as a Christmas gift in this stock Fine line of neckwear splendid selection of embroidered novelties in the notions department j Money Saving Prices Marked on Everything 3WXiXsXSS C SMITH FORDSVILLE Honest Values In every line has been our business motto You cannot get better bargains in l 1 TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE GIVEN AWAY groceries anywhere them at our store Our line of canned goods prepared foods and fancy and domestic groceries cannot be excelled m EFENDING EVERYTHING m l Weve got a large stock of pure candv the kind that wont make the little ones at the lowest possible prices Candy for Children j We carry nothing over in tho Holiday Lino Peoplo aro coming from far and near to tako advantage of tho low prices wo are offoring on Fruits and Nuts Toys and Â¬ mmm Candies Nuts Oranges Toys Books Lamps Dressing Cases Fine Perfumery Etc Etc RltW WE MUST SELL ALL IMMENSE STOCK THIS WEEK NEAVITT COUGH OF THIS GO Pe-ru-- all kinds of Christmas goods OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT Is a leading feature Pure drugs and chemicals are the only kinds handled A long experience is valuable in compounding prescriptions Â¬ i Do Your Trading with Wholesale and Retail Druggists Pe-ru-- BRANDENBURG - KY Po-ru-- MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY tLs IA WILDER Fo urth St WITT Louisville Ky Harding J M FR Dr Pt-ru-n- iiSi HARDIN Pe-ru-- sod surest cura fT thou dangtroui flection of iho lltll ones croup whoopiog couxh and mcalc cough Ibjt clans proxiloo II cblldrn Ilk il od do tre small lric j cts Bnlli Cough Syrup i the aafest purlflf lb bilootf r rt loil tnflukhoecl mkes too straiur m I lahaltk tin 09Cfclv IMMK Tot eantlna rvkllllnr Toavblbr NfkTflll A1 tatifeahhlt j ruvt h uam igr oul avrvoui ujtrv1 ip1 llrMt wlita HARDIN I Brandenburg Kv sfsMH iPI WILDER the fcODMCO lOo iac Kducota Your HowcUWIth CuicartU EAhartlci ouro coaatlpatloo lorofor If O O all drUMlsu refund looser a Ebi JI SlIIBB boitl uiolijuril iboiMWLH atruiud la ear or rtfund moot r w ri TM 1 bLVi M0 Mcurd Uu ClsTsfllLNIownTU HAUfrom IN IRVINGTON bib wi 79Qr drnfgbl who MO isinikiwnr bOIS u DB1TTISTS Every Wednesday und Thursday after Eourth Monday in Each Month - ckforBiTkllwlin MllnjiUaatJj ualaanll fin 1 Latest anpliancoa used Difficult work hucIi aa Bridges and Crowns- a specialty Good work guaranteed afc fc u JgAJAiii ttMJlT ttf j