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HTVJB7 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU i THH NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 32 TICKLES THE QROUND Dick May Does Not Believe In Close Cultivation of the Weed L TC VOL XXIII OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBUARY 22 1899 FOR TRESPASS A NEGRO JUROR He Manager Ilarrli of the Breckcnrldge Company Up Against It FELL UPON HIS HEAD Carpenter E G Hall Killed DAY OF THE STORK Finally Visits tho Home of Mr and MOURNING ilrsW OAllen Oloverport was all smiles Sunday when FAMILY SQUARES UP - A now survey of the lands of tho Breckenridgo Cannol Coal Company was made by County Surveyor Chintz Circuit Court Itoyalty recently This Burvoy seemed to indicate that Mr AH Former Precedents Broken This Singleton of Hancock county had fenc Â¬ Term ed in some of the companys land It is charged by Singleton that the Elijah Miller n negro norvingon the company thon moved Slngtotons fence Petit Jury In tho Oreckenridgu Circuit whero tloy thought it snoud be without Court broko nil precedents and Bet the a process of law He retaliated by hav Â¬ ing a warrants issued for Chintz Royalty county by tho oars This is the first time bat a negro has Henry Yenger and Grant Mason for ever been empanelled The best citizens trespassing The trial will be hold before the Han- Â¬ of tho county object to the new condi- Â¬ cock County Court February 28 tion of affairs and regard it as a grave mistake of the part of tho parties who are responsible Was Persona Non Grata at Near Irvington Lost his Balance While Riding on a Freight Car Hall a bridge builder whoso home was at West Point Ky was kill- Â¬ ed noar Irvington Ky Monday after- Â¬ noon while riding on top of a freight car Hall lost his balanco and fell on on his hea 1 and death was instanta- Â¬ neous The decoased was twenty six years of age and was a prominent Mason He had lived in West Point for some time and was considered an expert bridge builder Chief Eoginoor R N Hudson said that Hall was ono of tho best workmen he ever knew in his life and his faithful- Â¬ ness was a trait about him that made him respected by all the officials of the company who knew him It was his ambition to becomo a conductor and with thia end in view it is thought he was helping the brakemen with a view to getting proficient enough to get a place as brakeman His funeral occurred at WestPolntjesterday G -- E Eiglit Indictments The grand jury while it was in session returned eight indictments against Co for the distilling firm of Ohapin alleged violation of the local option law in Hardinsburg Â¬ ROMANTIC WEDDINGS In an interview with Dick May tho Other day ho Bald he was thoroughly convinced that it was a mistake to plow tobacco Last year he raised 3700 pounds of to- Â¬ bacco on two and ono balf acres of land After planting it hd plowed it three skimming over the times merely ground He breaks the ground In February and lets it lay until March If the grass gets too high in tho field ho cuts in up with a disc harrow In planting he lays the ground off and puts about a handful of stable manure in tho hill Ho covers this up and then sp lnkles a little fertilizer on this and then plants his tobacco He says every- Â¬ thing lays In preparing the ground The proper time to burn plant beds accord- Â¬ ing to Mr May is in the fall Three Funerals In Town Last it was learned that after fifteen years of Try to Straighten Out Yung married life the stork had visited the Morris Alleged Crookedness Thursday home of Mr and Mrs W O Allen of Louisville and had presented them nith Deaths That Occurred In and About a beautiful girl baby Mr Allen was He Is Placed Under Bond to Appear at Hancock Circuit Court formerly station agent here and was a This City man of such splendid character that he made a world of warm friends who re Ernest Morris the young forger who Tho three funerals that occurred in gard this new blessing upon his house- buncoed Frank Fralze out of 55 was this city last Thursday made that truly a hold as a thing to be Joyous oyer Mrs tried before Judge Aleip at Hawesville day of mourning Al en is at Glendale with her mother last week and waived examination He The first funeral that occurred was was held in tiie sum of 250 bail to an that of Willian Kingsburv the nonagenDont loliirro Silt inl Suiiko lour I Ifo Ainj swer nt tlin circuit court The bond was arian who died of old age last Wednes To quit tobacco easily and torctcr li mac promptly filled and ho returned home day Ho only lacked a few days of be nctlc lull of lite norvo iuhI lgor talco Tho father and brother of young Mor- Â¬ tho ing ninety five years old and was Breck strong wnii Jcr worltcr thnt mulirs wcnlt men ris have paid the Eagle hank of Owens All IriiKttlstqQcorBI Cure Kuarun enrldges oldest inhabitant Ho left a tcej lloolilct iuhI sample free Address boro and Messrs Frnlza and DHuy of daughter and two sons Mrs Charles Sterling Kemcily Co Clilcaeo or Now Yoik this city all the losses and expensed sus Lishen and Eugene Kingsbury of this tained by them and it is generally desired city and Wallace Kingsbury of Louis- Â¬ that the boy being only fifteen years oldi iana The funeral sermon was preached tho whole matter be dropped by Rev Rutledge He was buried beside Morris had been very economical with his wife in the old Oglesby cemetery the money he had got He had spent John Crlss who died of paralysis at the only 1G of it nd had about 90 on hiir age of sixty five years was burled about when arrested two oclock His funeral was preached Rev Bighorn Talks to the by Rev Joiner He was interred at the DolI irritate your lungi with a stubKnights of Pythias city cemetery born couidi when a pleasant and effec- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A FINE Brothers Marry Sisfers irt the Hoosier Gretna Green A Wholesale THE POT IS BOILING Steam is Rising From the PolitÂ¬ SERMON Gets After Saloonists The lato grand jury was hot on the trail of the saloon men in all parts of the county It returned the following in- Â¬ dictments against them M F Pophom selling liquor to minor Jack Cook selling liquor ou Sunday Ed McGuffln selling liquor without a lic-Â¬ ense Stephen W Hall selling liquor to a minor Coupling Up of the Franklins of Meade Â¬ Gretna Green weddings seem very popular with the young peoplo of Meade county just now A vi ry uauaual wedding ceremony took place Friday morning at the city hull in Jeffersonville Four parties wero united in marriage that bore the same name the grooms were brothers and the brides were sisters Other Misdemeanors The following Indictments were issued against the following named persons Charles Wheatley ssttlug up and op- Â¬ erating a gaming table Henry Warfleld moliclous shooting Hardin Newton willfully disturbing an assemblage of people Jack Miller wilfully disturbing an assemblage of people and carrying concealed weapons Albert Adams ma- Â¬ licious cutting Henry Warfleld carrying concealed weapons A VV Galloway shooting at another in sudden heat and passion James McDaniel unlawfully in Â¬ juring a cow not his own Thursday night Willian B and John B Franklin of Brandenburg decided to go to Indiana to be married and per suadtd their fiances Misses Delia and Laura Franklin to content and the four set out togother On the way they wore forced to cross Salt river and being unable to find a boat thoy wore compelled to wade across on the thawing ice THE MUSICALE At Brandenburg Was a Grand Suc- Â¬ cess Miss Bessie HickB entertainment at- Â¬ tracted a large audience last Friday night Tho people had come to here and toe a a good program arried out and they were not disappointed The ten young ladles who appeared in the tableaux and whose tiamea were given last week re-Â¬ flected great credit upon themselves and Misa Hicks for graceful attitudes and correct posing They all looked beautiÂ¬ ful in the flash of the calcium lights Misses Mary Lewis Lena Nevitt Min Â¬ V D Ash nie Bland Mabel Hardin craft and Beall Grinnell rendered very pretty musical members in vocal The recitations by Miss Reesie Hicks wero of coarse the feature of the evening She is a fine elocutionist and whether her selections were tragic patriotic or ludi- Â¬ She crous it was handled realistically captured tho audience at her first ap- Â¬ pearance and was repeatedly called back Her fine personal appearance adds much She was to her other accomplishments Bwoetly gowned but with Bweet simplici- Â¬ ty Words of Sympathy Mas Hattie Gbinnkll The friends of Mrs Orville Gregory whoso husband died last week In Geor- Â¬ gia where ho had gone hoping tho cli- Â¬ mate would benefit him extend sincere sympathy to her in this time of sad bereavement Mrs Gregory was Miss Ella Dowden of this place She has had a short but yory happy married life They were looking forwavd to a home of their own bat ill health of the husband cast a blight over all expectations and striving to regain it was tho one dominant thought Orville Gregory was a gentle Â¬ manly quiet man ot good business quali- Â¬ One child blessed ties and aChristian their union who will never know a fath- Â¬ ers loVe Ella has oyer been a brave little woman and I know her courage t wlU npt fall her Â¬ t tl He Worked on Sunday What reads like an enforcement of the Blue Laws is the indictment gotten out against Ralph Knott who is charged with working on 8unday Divorces Granted James Wadlington from wife Lucretia Isome from husband L D Shaw from his wife Florence Shaw W R ThompÂ¬ son from Eva L Thompson Jacob HufHns from Dickie HufBns Are you restless at night and harassed by a bad cough 7 Use BALLARDS HOREHOTIND SYRUP it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure Price 25 cents and 50 cents A R Fisher Mr Remembered the flalne Last Thursday was the first anni Â¬ versary of the sinking of the Maine by the Spaniards in Havana harbor The date was the 15th of February and in commemoration of that event Manager Nolte of Sulzers had a handsome United States flag displayed at half mast In one of the show windows he caused a history of the Maine disaster to bo hung His patriotism is worthy of commendation and Oloverport owes to him its only cele- Â¬ bration of the sad event that helped so much to bring about hostilities botween tbis country and Spain i- - re- ftyj Ss Coaches Saved The cars that constituted train No 40 that were injured in the wreck at Addi son last week were all mounted on trucks and wero brought to this cliy for ropalrs last Friday None pf the coaches suffered severely and all can be repaired at a comparatively small cost A side track had to be built from the main line JT to the wrecked train and by this means SIR WILLI AM QOAT it was1 possible to saye every car includ ing the baggage car Had Fun With flasonic Rough Dying of Cancer Riders George W Carwile ono ot the oldest and most esteemed citizens of the Glen A jolly crowd of Masons went to Har deane neighborhood is very low with dlnsburg Monday evening to help the ancer His recovery la despaired of brethren oyer there to put the goat paces Several rough BABYS SMOOTH FAIR SKIN through its llvliest riding on the ani riders did some trick mals back Those who wont from here A Grateful Mother Writes this Utter H V Harris O W Moorman were Tolls all about Her Troubles when H O Cerf Frank Haawell Fred Ferry Fred DHuy Sr Mug Severs and D R Baby Broke out with 8orofula Sores At thq age o two month my baby Murray began to have sores break out on his right FINE RECORD Â¬ Â¬ Wo used all tho external ap Â¬ cheek plications that we could think or hear of to no avail The sores spread all over one side ot his face We comulted a physi Â¬ cian and tried his medicine and inavreek the uava was gone But to my surprise In two weeks more another scrofulous look Â¬ ing sore appeared on babys bra It grew worse and worse and yrhen he ww three months oldf I bogaa giving him also tok Hoods Hoods Sarwparjll 8anaparUU and before the ftw bottle was finished the aofw were well aad have never returned He to pew fur years old feat lie hoe never fcfcd any elf U Uose scofttteju now slsea 4 m e ur4 for TW Hoods PofeaporlUa for wMek I grateful My boy ewes Mi i mHan smooth faickte 9 tya H Received 400 rtocatatd - oTo- repa the P Pfren is SX- pf being onefaet the best tobacco of meet iS tk state HA lrsdyitB had 100 b tobacco eoeiifned to hie cam t the Pickett Hesse at Loal- yJlU nine the firaf of Jaaoarr Ferd ha Mm rejuttfo of be Â¬ fog the so al of hoaty osd h guatxh the laureate el Ma saeieaaani m he woeild hU owat 1 gaining Jh0hd f The funeral of Orville Gregory was tive remedy may be found in BAL very larcely attended It took place at Tells About True flanhood and tho LARDS HOKEHOUFD SYRUP Price ical Cauldron 2 30 The fuueral sermon waa preach- Â¬ A R Fisher 25 cents and 50 cents Ideals of Chivalry ed at tho Baptist church by Rev Rut Blaine and Moorman Talked of as ledge who eulogzd tho departed as a Legislative Candidates Rev Bigham of Hardinsburg preach- Â¬ Narrow Escape young man of the most exemplary ChrisMr Gregory was a ed tho aermon in celebration of the tian character Politics are beginning to warm up in member cf tho Fraternal Mystic Circle thirty fifth anniversary of the founding is health The secret of health is Joe Cooper of Hawesville who is buy- Â¬ this county The legislative race is bo and carriod 1000 insurauco in that of the order of the Knights of Pythias ing timber in this section for the Owens the power to digest and assim- Â¬ The sermon was a beautiful dissertabody boro Wagon Company had a narrow es- ginning to assume shape and interest It is a foregone conclusion that John He said ilate a proper quanity of food Mrs John Ryan of Victoria died tion on chivalry and manhood cape from death Wednesday P has well will seek the republican re Wednesday morning of child birth and that orders of the character of tho This can never be done when While riding along a hillside road in tho Pincheco neighborhood his horjo nomination for reoreFentative and that tho infant died the same evening The Knights of Pythias that have for their he will havo no strong opposition remains of both were burled in the same purpose tho uplifting of the morals of the liver does not act its part slipped and felt ovor an embankment democrats are already beginning cask t and grave at the Catholic ceme- Â¬ humanity wore tho helpmeets of the The Joe fell underneath the animal and to bring out tloir fayorites M Blain tery at HardinBburg The deceased was church were it not for a big wooden stirrup his of Stephensport a pillar of the patty the daughter of Jerry Burke a most re- Â¬ The local lodge attended in a body and Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ leg would have been broken As it was his anklo was sprained and his leg so and a man known to have fine qualities spected citizen of tho Victoria neighbor- Â¬ a large congregation was present lute cure forsick headache dys- Â¬ Â¬ badly bruised and swollen that he was as a campaigner is spoken of in connec- hood D O Moor- Â¬ tion with the nomination Frequently arcnlonts occur in the pepsia sour stomach malaria unablo to walk when he left here man of Glendeane a life long democrat household which cause burns cute constipation torpid liver piles and a safe conservative honest straight Â¬ sprains and bruises For usn in such jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ Sunk By Ice forward man is also Bpoken of and it is cases BALLARDS SNOW LINIMFNT thought that the big fight will lay be Â¬ has for many years been the constant ness and kindred diseases TRANSPORT VESSELS The towboat Charley McDonald was tween the friends of these two raon fayorite family remedy Price 23 cts cut down by tho heavy ice and sunk on and 50 eta A It Fisher on J Sheer Sedalla Mo conductor this side of Stephensport last Wednesday electric street car line writes that his Interview With a Well known Memorning She was laying no with a chanical Engineer little daughter was very low with croup broken shaft Tho boat was struck by a life saved after all physicians and her Mr and Mrs Charles A BaBchtoId of 15 huge iceberg and sent to the bottom of had failed only by using One Minute Louisville were the guests of Mr and twinkling of an eye the river in the You will now sepk a good investment for vour savins Tlo beet known Cough Cure Mrs Eugene Hajnea Sunday Mr The crew rushed from their berths in investment is improved Real Estate Secure your ground and write to Baechtold who Is the nephew of Mr DIED ALONE their night clothes and leaped into the Haynes is one of the best mechanical river They all reached the shore in englneors in the country During tho Â¬ safety William Jones Passes Away SuddenSpanish war ho was in the government The boat lies in twenty five feet of wat ly at Holts service and had much to do with the er and will be a total loss The cratt was fitting up of the transport vessels to convalued at 125000 and was partly insured William Jones who lived with Mr The McDonald was owned by the John and Mrs Osborne at Holts died sudden- Â¬ vey troops to Cuba and Porto Rico He Bald that many of tho vessels utilized for Barrett tow line of Cincinnati Ohio It ly Friday night of paralysis He was oldest boats on tho river about seventy five years ot age and is this purpose wero cattle ships and in Long Distance Telephone 494 was one of tho cleaning them out for service tons of dis reputed to have been quite wealty infectants had to bo used In some of The deceased is the uncle of Mrs Os Â¬ tho vessels boms hides and the tails of Nearly Drowned borne animals were found Many of the ships Ho was alone in the house when his were bo filthy that the bulkheads had to Tom Brodie of Ghenault while walk Â¬ death occurred be opened and they were Bunk in the ing on the shore ice in the river near that stream to allow the water to run through LANDS LEASED town lost Thursday slipped and fell into them and clean them out Tho two now the water He passed out of Bight but rescued uninjured in a short time was St Louis Capitalist Secures Tract of troopships fhe Grant and Sheridan which eailed from New York to Manila Asphalt Land with soldiers tho other day ho said wore Leg Broken among the finest vessels of their class in George W Smith E L Smith and J in the world and aro fitted with all tho Meade W Smith havo leased their asphalt conveniences of the best ocean liners Jesse Burton of Ashcraft embracing 1 10 acres near Harned county met with a serious accident last lands Boat Schedule to Jesse A Young of St Louis Saturday his horse falling and breaking Boats leave Louisville as follows The latter is a capitalist and it is his his leg Dr Hendrick waa called to set Wednesday Feby of develop- Â¬ Str E G Rigon the broken limb and Mr Burton is get Â¬ intention to begin the work 22ud ing this tract on or before October 1st of ting on nicely Str Tarascon Friday Feby 24th this year Str Tell City Saturday Feby 25th Sprained His Wrist A ADDITIONAL LOCAL Boats leave Evansvilie as follows Mrs A J Gross was in the city Satur Str Tell City Thursday Feby 23rd Harry Hambleton fell from a hand Str E G Ragon Friday Feby 24tb car early Tuesday morning and it pissed day sprainiug went Str Tarascon Saturday Feby 25th over his right arm at the wrist Julius Dustschke of Union Star Regularly thereafter His head was to Louisville Monday that member badly O E Hydes Agt bruised and his back hurt He will he Luby Addisou of Webster was at Not one child dies where ten formerly Fortu Hardinsburg Monday nnable to work for sometime died from croup People have learned nately he carried accident insurance of Union Cammlllus McGlothlan tho value Of One Minute Cough Cure Star accompanied by his little protege and use for severe lung and throat it Saved His House Elizabeth Haynes were at Hardinsburg troubles It Immediately stops coughing last Monday It never fails The home of A N McCoy at Lookout FINE STOCK A Short Sad Story caught fire from a defective flue ono day A Cold Neglect Pnenmonla Grief Ureckenrldge Shippers last week but by hard work Mr McQoy Rival the Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used put the flames out before much damage Blue Qrass this story would have had a happier end Â¬ could bo done ing A R Flshpr Oloverport R A T W Lyddan marketed 22 shippos For a quick remedy and one that is Shellman Stephensport E A Witt averaging 1300 at 14 80 at Louisville perfectly safe for children jet us recom Â¬ Hardinsburg mend One Minute Cough Cure It is this weak He also shipped 22 cattle Delightfully Entertained excellent for croup hoarseness tickling that averaged 1200 gettiug for them Dr and Mrs R L Newsom entertain Â¬ 4 GO He fed his cattle on ensilage and you wish in Kepairs Give us Do not put off in the throat and coughs will be ed a mnnoor of their little friends in a cotton seed meal and says tho results your so when you need the machine Card of Thanks delightful manner at a dinner party at were hluhly satisfactory reudy to go The family ot Orville Gregory desire to their hospitable home Monday after Â¬ BLOOD CURE SENT FREE The guests were Edith and thank through the Nawe all those who noon so kindly rendered assistance and ex Â¬ Ethel Heron Addle Louise Babbage A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze pressed sympathy throughout his long Mary Finley Oglesby Marlon Babbage mt Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison illness and at the time of his death aad and MrgarelMoornint Caooer Eto burial Time cannot efface the memory Died of Paralysis 4 you hr tried Mrtapirllltl patent modi If A of kind deeds done nor diminish the clnes and doctored aad till have old peribteat Mrs Thomas Powers one of the oldest Mrei pirople dilreiiinif eruption of ibo iMq gratitude so deeply felt legi Irritating akin armi 5 and most respected ladies in the county troublesor ecuova itching- emtlon conttglou blood acrotula ulcn Prosperous Year Predicted home at MDaniels Feb S TiciIum fever oral mercurial rhumatltm catarrh died at her bolli Uco covro I with Uttlo aorca cancer or any U became 11 D 8 Richardson of Union Starone of She was 70 years of age and her death re blood taint than giro Dal 0 P atrial for I mad Uotaolc Illood Jut auch J pur U Oj and It cure to fail to come and look before buying cured thota tubborn the bf sfc known merchants In theequnty buI ted from paralysis Her husband cat lUf blooj dliaaaes tbat othar milder edlctne U3 avert pay you her- - He la 76 yefrs old aw that It is his opinion that tho peach vltros All abota parped iroublaa are evidence to benefit nf bad dtieaacd blood In tho body and B 1111 crop wm badly Injured by the cold BIS Revival curea becauae It fotcu all the polaon or impurity or weather of last week but that apples are of entire A big revival meeting commenced at blood humor out all the body bonea andto curt aye doubt of tea all right He said that all the condl Patesvllle Sunday night It Is being offer toTot remove auflferera ita power of II we ample bottle U aend to any 11 aUolotclr B U D ia o old well tried free Hompaiat to a proweroaa year church by the Iifd at Â¬ Secret of Beauty Â¬ Â¬ Doyou know this OASTORIA Tutfs Liver Pills Tiie Vr Over JP 0oi WILL COMPANY LOUISVILLE FOR Â¬ LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etc KY ATTENTION FARMERS Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Glover and Blue Grass FERTILIZERS Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Oliver Chill and Plows Corn Planters both check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse One and Two horse Five Tooth Cultivators Tooth and Disk Harrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY order what it IMPLEMENTS of Every Description QUARTER LEATHER TOP BEAUTY BUGGEBUGGY - - 40 Other Jobs Surreys Etc and a beauty Dont -- Each a bargain It will ad P4 rt JeppariBe aesr aeweej f Ma OtMatatead Uh CASTOR I A tad 7r Imfaata CkikLrea Tta KM YH Km Afijf Bwtty liOOdS PUIS MMrtatf Um aadVlll sook have tt pitted to Uili point oyafcm mmp Bmh Um Cuiqr Bleeilag Ettldi Seres Cancer ol Not lin fire ear or neck external digestion caue disorders ot or Internal cncer bleeding eating aoraar all Faults of II the moat powerful blood of the liver and the wbol system become curedmade U AllB druiilita sail 11 B B at purii pit fier Â¬ HEROINE perfects the pro Urge bottle for tiul bottle aend two etanjpe tn deranged pay pottage and a eantplabuuaof n H B will and thus beseptby ratunvuuil Addraaa PLOOQ MALM cess of dlfeettoa R CO 313 Mitchell be Atlanta Oa Describe you1 jatftketpwf Mood Prl ynptoms aud fr4 petaonal medical adk wIM bej ilte Â¬ the Methodist Mstor Rev Barrett wlted by Rev 0raut Reynolds of Fords ville remedy banco we know that Itcuii oatay cured for the people cured by U II II yeata ago are well to day and fre a from aHllXd iauuiitlea TofeaccCSnas ayaM llltoi ADDISON Fibr fte ADDISON KENTUCKY WS 4 up pwfy- - avyrw ry T7TrflTE mmwm Tr TTO BRECKENRIDGE f ioD V 0 BiMttg Editor HEWS ml Prtprlitn Who can have tho interests of the children more at heart Wherever women have filled such positions tlujr bavo done it well question t X WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1860 SIX PAGES JUHHWWtHIHHtlilWW Hill WWW HWHIHJWHwWmiHUHl WlW Ml WIIBWHW IIIIIIIIIIIWlWmM Current Topics JiV MRS HATTIB QRINNEU lmmiiiHmiiMmiiiHwHiitinfiitiwmiiniiit itattmriniimiiiwwimimttffwHimiifM I seo In the Ledger Herald that the Hun Gus W lllchardsou has canvassed Huasellvllle in the Interest of his candi- Â¬ dacy for State Treasurer Two opponents are in the field from the eastern part of tho State Mr Richardson thinks ids chances fine X X is vomti r t 1 i Charlton and David Ditto two nice boys especially Uttla David are pupils of tho Normal X t X Many manv since ro thanks to ye Quo ton correspondent for bis boquet I know him and flowers in the form of compliment count I have tho Ledger Herald of lost week a Democratic weekly published at Rua selvllle by my young friend Percy Tay- Â¬ lor who has recently become a benedict I notice he and his bride were tendored a handsomo reception February 3rd by Miss Neoly of Logan College Mist Mary Taylor of this place was among the guests X X Something must be decidedly wrong it after years and years of companion- Â¬ X X X Let ua all do some missionary work at ship and identity with a people one can Â¬ home I was asked tho other day il the leave or prepare- - to leave without a re We gret or affirm I have no regrets Philippine islands were in tho Atlantic all by our own conduct make or mar or anywhere near Cuba No one but our own selves pathway t X X glad to wee that Mr Thomas J condemn or approve If friends fall us I am Jolly of Bewloyvillo reports the fruit if we are left desolate or are neglected peach and early apple buds about four examine our course and see who is at fault flfthu alive This insures a good crcp What does your mirror say Docs it tell you of some little streaks of cravP Are You Do vour friends of olcascd the same age show this losl ol power aisof Just remember that crav hair never becomes darker without help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray wnen once the change begins t x x x X X Misses Susie Elder Sue Owens Gar Oraycroft are here nett Livers and to attend the Normal A aood many young men whose names I have not learned X X X A gigantic Bilk trust is being discussed after we wont belong to ourselves we will be like tho old woman in Mother Goose Melodies We will fall to recog- Â¬ nize ourselves X Tho Newsboys Band stood while Sousa played Star Spangled Bannor All hon- Â¬ or to that Porto Rico band Everybody should rise and every mans hat come off when that national air Is given Make it the national hymn of this republic Would an Englishman anywhere not become enthusiastic should be hear Neyer stiilo God Save the Queen patriotism X X filair vigor hair tic color of youth It never falls It is Just as sure as that heat melts snow or that rill bring back to your Mtr the weather permit the services will be resumed jMisses Blanche Jolly and Florence Cain from Bewloyvllle braved tho mud and came over Sunday to attend Quartor ly Meeting service Did any of you over have a girl who was woith riding four miles through bottomless roads to boo on a Sunday afternoon Surely such heroism deÂ¬ serves to go on record The Womans Foreign Missionary Society will moot with Mrs Orabbe Sat unlay 2 oclock p m The members aro all requested to meet promptly ViStors will be heartily welcome not only by Kirs Crabbe but by overy membor of society The Ladies Aid did not meet aa an- Â¬ nounced owing tho tho extreme cold The next meeting will bo tho regular ap Â¬ pointment and with Mrs Bate Herndon Subject Patience The wish is express Â¬ ed that oach try to bring an interesting article or reading on tho above Every- Â¬ one cordially invited Quarterly Meeting services at the church Saturday and Sunday Notwith Â¬ standing tho roada are in a terrible con Â¬ dition and the streeta of our town at present worse we had a yery good atÂ¬ tendance and somo good sermons from Bro Overton Bro Overton Is a power for good in any community and in any weather Overton Blandford looking his usual handsome self was with us Sunday and I heard one young lady say she was so clad Overton came back to Irvington I asked why Because said Bhe he has had a Bliavo which I can tell you he needed beard is not do becoming to him as lo his distinguished father A hint to tho wlso Overton Bro Leitchfield left us Sunday after- Â¬ OUR LAST SLASH This is certainly a Slash that should move every Suit we have in thehouse j for suclj goods at we make up our mind to get rid of a Jarge stock of winter goods to niake room for spring go0dg SucIuEbw We Never -- Prices Werb Never Offered 0 anywhere before J Consider Our Losses which is your gain When Any Suit in this assortment at S448 S PANTS Any Suit in this assortment at LOIS XjOI 3- - Any Suit in this assortment at 598 Boys The cream of tho assortment at 748 MS X All American citizens despite political belief must applaud the President for I like the Brkckbnhidqe News im- Â¬ mensely but I fire up at soino of its the unflinching faithfulness with which he has done his duty in the East No editorials about my sex for instance If anything inconsistent happens theres denunciation of the policy of expansion always a woman in it She isnt in or opposition to tho treaty of peace has He is a checked his ideas of duty politics is she statesman a patriot and forces will be X X X Be true to yourself Have a standard withdrawn from the Phillipines when of truth and perfect purity and never de- Â¬ Congress so orders X X X part from it Gossip and long tongues In the News of last week was Rudyard cannot injure one has such a standard Envr malice jealousy cannot touch Kiplirjgs story of The Burning of the Mr Kipling is in hard Sarah Sands such an one luck over that story He wrote It for a X X X Those beautiful pathetic lines Mr London newspaper and thought he was Goodnight in last issue which you most safe as it had happened forty one years Â¬ kindly dedicated to me touched a very ago But lo and beboldl tho commander of the vessel is still aliye and has writ Â¬ tender chord of my natufa and to say that the compliment is highly appreci- Â¬ ten a letter finding much fault with the ated does not half express my feelings details of the story Anyhow it is good never mind about tho minutfic X X water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of It feeds and nour- Â¬ dandruff ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu- Â¬ It stops the riant growth hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well Wo hare book on the Halt and Sculp which 70a may obtain IrM upon requeit It tou rto not obtain all the bane flu von expected from the ue of tbo VlKor write the Doctor bdoui u AUUirHi Alfc -- - r I H Laweu ui m noon to go home and begin his protracted meeting He will be assisted by Bro Rushing whom many of us remember pleasantly in the first revival we had in the Irvington Methodist church and BIgham the big Hardinaburg Bro preacher With such a force Branden burgsbouldbe completely revolutionized and we are hoping to hear of grand and Â¬ 10 Per 948 g at THIS SALE w iLk Gent Dis- - 70 and WILL LAST ONLY THIRTY DAYS 15 PERCENT OFF Lflw -- which is all the time ho had left in the Ho will army before being retired draw his pay during suspension How about MileB I dont like him anyhow He caused Eagan to become very angry in the heat of passion most of us will give yent to very expressive language which in cooler moments we would retract I want to Mllee ousted too I am one who resents the slightest injusÂ¬ X X X X X X tice and am not one of those goody Beauty of face and beauty of figure are Oh Mr Editor what made you tell goody Individuals who think the Lord great gifts but neither Is to be compared me there would be no womans depart- Â¬ expects us to be angel a without wfng to beauty of disposition An obliging ment at the Paris exposition Of course X X X accommodating self sacrificing girl is it cannot be thesuccess it should be and In the Akron Ohio Beacon of Janu always above par Gifted mentally gift- Â¬ then I shall not lend my presence I ed physically either falls short when had expected to propose to the editors ary 11 is a very interesting account of the Sophomore Ash ton speaking conttst in compared to spiritual gifts and correspondents of the Nbwb to make which our handsome popular BrandenX X X up a truet all consolidate capital and burg girl Miss Maude Herndon who has Shall we have men or women or shall star as a body at the gay French capi- Â¬ been in Akron three years won second we bavo both upon the School Board tal Now my castles have tumbled and honore with the accompanying priza oi This is a subject much agitated lately Ill turn my attentions to the St Louis twenty dollars Maudes subject was a Mothers are already beariug many duties exposition of 1803 cutting from one of Richard Harding X X X bravely but a very important one is us- Â¬ Davis stories Her First Appearance ing their voices in this school board Yes Eagan is suspended for bIx years Maude is a bright intellectual young lady of great ambition and her old A friends here are rejoicing over her suc- Â¬ cess 1 Â¬ Â¬ AWAAAiAAAA CLOTHING Remember We Are Closing Out Our Line of MENS I have a card from several friends in regard to the author of Leaves of Grass One from Miss Tula C Daniel of Har dinsburg who giyes me the author of Blades 0 Grass Walt Whitman wrote Leaves of Grass I have now Bent me a Bhort sketch of Mr Whit Â¬ man and his mentioned book composed of twelve poems written in the early fifties and published as a thin quarto Tho book was literally condemned by many While as many admired It contains many bold truths and there are things in it that read like an bid Greek play translated into English I thank all my friends X t X X X X In the Meado Messenger last week the Gossiper said one thing for which I want to encore viz That a young man who makes uncompliment- Â¬ ary remarks about a lady is no part of a gentleman and that the practice is low mean and contemptible A youngman who la known to bavo Bpoken disrespect- Â¬ fully of a girl who Is a lady should be ostracised by eyery other young lady I want every girl to be merry jolly and have a good time but she need never deviate from a ladys path But if she should be guilty of an Indiscretion the man or woman who seeks to crush her is false to every true instinct of Christian Â¬ ity Children who are troubled with Worm are pale in the face fretful by spells restÂ¬ less in Bleep have bluo rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appettto and pick the nose WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and expell these parasites Price 25 cents A It Fisher or old glorious results Sunday school was interesting and well attended considering the state of weather Mr Coleman our worthy sup- Â¬ erintendent is one of the most earnest and enthusiastic workers in tho cause and under his care the work is growing better and better all the time Our 1b equal to any in Brecken ridge county I am sure in every thing save in point of numbers Visitors al Â¬ ways speak words of praise and cheer which is appreciated and strangers com- Â¬ ing to Irvington will always find a wel Â¬ come to within the doors of the Metho- Â¬ dist church Sunday school at 2 oclock p m Come Miss L A McGlothlan requests me to make mention of the very pleasant oc- Â¬ casion toe members of the B V R O enjoyed on last Saturday p m aa tho guests of Miss Partridge A full attend ance were piesent and the occasion was one of unalloyed pleasure Miss Part-Â¬ ridge is an inimitable hostess and proved beyond question her superior qualities in that direction She served for re-Â¬ freshments a most delectable fruit salad and toothsome cake to which all did justice Each and all are loud in their praises of the hostess and Irvington is to be congratulated upon having so bright and cheery a little body as Mus Partridge as one of her students Mr Coleman gave to Ola Smith Kitty McGlothlan and Edwin Jolly each a tiny little barrel from the County Sun Â¬ day school Union They aro instructed to obtain money for the work of the Union This mpney is used by the Union for the purpose of aiding iu build- Â¬ ing up Sunday school work in districts unable to do so alone It is a worthy cause and wo hopB you wont forget to drop a panny or more Into these little barrels when opportunity presents It will help the Suuday schuol Union in its noble work and encourage these little ones to work in the Masters cause Of a rrntnlha children of today will make the men and women of today a few years hence ol count THE PAIR Gloverports Leading One Price Store urrn Ei h NOTICE TO On and after FEBRUARY 25th I will adopt CUSTOMERS a STRICTLY OASH SYSTEM of doing business It is best for the customers and is best Â¬ T can afford under this arrangement to sell for me goods cheaper than under the credit system I will assure people that my store hereafter will be the GREAT Â¬ EST BARGAIN CENTER IN IRVINGTON In the meantime I will continue to sell goods cheaply and invite your patronage Come and see me and STRICT GASH v loo 200 Educate Your llovrelt With Cnscaroti Candy Cathartic cure conatlpsttoa forever If O O O aildrugglsta refund money be convinced ASHCRAFT Mrs B F Bewley returned to her homo Sunday Davis Young and A D Ashcraft went to Brandenburg Friday Henry Cowley filled his appointment BUSINESS SUITS LOW BOYS in Brandenburg Saturday night Miss Iva Nickelson and father went to Brandenburg shoppingThursday Geo Board attended church here Sunday and took dinner with Eugene Ash Â¬ Â¬ w u- - BRWN iRVror ky SEND OWE DOLLAR craft iAT PRIOES IRVINGTON No Irvington is not dead Mrs Charlotte Herndon spent a few days with her aunt Mrs Annie Hera dn yrcT W P w m - VtMWftf 5aw ft We were pleased to note Mr and Mrs Heron among others from a distance at church Sunday Mlsc Ida Gardner baa ret qrntd to her home in Union Star after a pleasant vis- Â¬ it to her brothers family Hugh Ihrdaway and wife from Giifl ton were with ua Sunday We are xlwayB glad to welcome them Mr and Mrs Redman bavo returned from visiting his mother at Glendale Qf course they had a delightful yUlt A crowd of young people bad a pleasÂ¬ ant evening at tho hospitable home of Mrs JLvl Tyler Thursday vtaing Owing to tlii severity of the recant Weather we hay beer cowpejiad tp for- go our regular prayer netting wrvlcea 0 Wednesday evenings Mteea M bt Eugene Ashcraft spent a pleasant night with Charlie and Geo Board Thursday night Henry Dugan and wife J R Willett Sunday and wife was their parents meut at Hand Hill Saturday and cui igi mi put and usd to ua and U ym He delivered two exceleht sermons llva East of tna Jtockr Mountain wa will Saturday and Sunday aantl thl was calle A S AahcraU of Indiana byfrclsMO O D auiueciiQftxamuuHuni Toucan LBUD Itairvur raiiilit depot awl irybu4al it Claycomb and OnduQ of Web Mtssra loiUL TO Mk Prfct ihaVwif ivn ster was the guest of Miss Maggie and to oee hia brother Llge who baa had t Hitiruot Wkdw THJmrtCIAL BFflft PHICE 15500 Ona ir iahtMot with orden T Dollar pi l raUroau tn pevere attack oi pneumonia BUILT IM a UR OWN FAOTORV IN CHIOAC6 Nannie Cowley Sunday en honor from tho bnt iaterUlhionr can bar Whllili TO cur JTroa Buvrr Oatala -Ihnw IVm llniMt 0 kZ Miaa Kate Ollpen la very ruucU Juterr -uj Bro Duvall filled his regular appoint- r t th wriavt JBXBTBH vMHTnwin ai mt ttrtioo una hiimrvthi rlSi1iSfty M -ar X p eated in the mail Any one wishing to SUQBIE8 ilnrr daali 5 7ato lOisl X A mm w iJL nwOi 00 AND know more about the matter will Just unnOMI ivu oi in oat mm 39gfl nTaiu iumk tiut en aa bviit W krau uj tum aurr 8URREY8 ask P M Ashcraft vuruwaHnDmiuingind lurr vltonfMtna ortnaJaUtn u tola ox ulUoff THAI W Cla mrri uiwiiki ua u We are glad Indeed to report that oui ISO UCIUlUg ut ClVTOXIM HUCriCTLlLa riuirir UT1 children is not Ellpha Ashcraft is wme better at this Kvary Buiay W Maka Is Guaranteed Five Vear and Trsay Wll out suth Very se writing and hope that in a few days ho Ordinary Faotory Rlaw rious ordeal to TKt MATHHAl AM UtM m HI ABM SHtli wlllbnabje tobpu the woman who aiU taat to ttacrdlaar oeat mm ta t fa prepared Ashcraft closed hfo school at 0 A Sandy Hill Fb10tb This ia the filth term be baa taught here Ho gave fbe VAT TOr M i11 i Mua pupils a nice trtat wblob they all enÂ¬ HVUWV- - wvyHni T wuaiipiaiM wwn WWKKn nn HH1IWHMU that wonderful- irr joyed of tmmuhm m oorMa Tindru w an wllUniHiNMaur DUlwa M4WMITHIiWi aaaB4toaaTMUaaaurMMr Unaorr tuuulM taaaiTKai IIMI The Infant son of Mr and Mrs Dick IRt moot be faith Â¬ died Feb 10tl and buried ia Bmith fully used rtur r Study Hill cemetery The bereaved jotr the period n ot pregnancy parwU bavo the sympathy of tho tire there wilt be llttlo rriornlutr wellness or neryoutie8i tho critical hour wll be re-llleved of much pain and labor will be fauuwMrSQbrrmRLvf X RfecupcratUii will be rapid and the dcoyery of Ow Wftftt1 tmtSttUmmmtmmMmMnii brief all aftrtdHgra will Jn avpldta 9pn rfNW veoXt camwmmt an hashhm Coiteh Cure nlaWteni wwe grtesAWats- Tninui twbod fcv aoagbit- - ooBaroiatlnrs Noi BOOK OK TH tUlJCCr tlNU 0 ivk TftMJtfvmufmATwtaAttastt VftW V jw t Â¬ Be Prepared vl it -r- W Pi - aaam n -- goRf T UimiaMu W rjTJiaTrj TySTJn -- J HKSSkttTttvttiKttgV et 5S2fxKiSl - i i r JUe t -- mrfjSSF 4Wlfcr9lmfc f W rWf vttlI BMIOA0LU sj rtmummikk2z ij Wr wPTBfF iiwiwsv LOOKOUT m f If iPiayiWPPfW MWJMfH flljf -- - iu fy flwjv Au f 3 pMtfMBMyiiiM -- Mm lBfflret with protruding piles brURht on by constlps tlon with which I was afflicted wr twenty years I ran across your CASCAltETS In the town of Newell la and nerer found anything to equal them To day I am entirely free from piles and feol like a now wan CLH KstTZ Hll Jodos St Sioux City la CANDY PILES the tortures of the damned TMAOtMAnn GOOD ROAD SUGGESTIONS Letters From the People Subject A Former Drcckcnrldgo on That nan Writes 09 From Oklahoma RtenrriRro Mn Oklahoma Feb 11th I TO TUB BltKCKKNItlDOK NEWS Pleasant Palatable rotent Teste Oood Do Oood Merer Sicken Weaken or Gripe lOo Xe toe atraal Kw Trk Sit Slsrllaf 1Umt4f Cffrnxf Clikir 1M 8old andjrnaranteed by tit drug- I mm to CUXK Tobacco Habit CURE CONSTIPATION laM6 Breckinridge WEDNESDAY News FEB 22 1890 COST OF A PRBSIDENT Whit the President Gets For His fc - Services greciihouso 4000 Thus the incleutale run about 14000 above the Presidents salary sometimes moro sometimes less Thisieema like a considerable sum but no other nation of consequence gets along so cheaply - The President of Prance gets a salary of 120000 and an allowance of 32480 The people of tbo United ptatos pay 11485 per year for a President or less than hall a mill for each inhabitant A village of 014 people pays 1 The salary of tho President ig 50000 bat in addition tat this tho nation pays 33865 for bis private secretary clerks messengers qtc 10000 for furniture and other repairs f 3000 for fuel and for the Glorioua News Gomes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which has caused her great Buffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors qould give nd help but her cure is complete and her health Is excel SOME ADVICE lent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supremo flooleyville Alan Tells What Should remedy for eczema tettersalt rheum ulbe Done cers holla andrunnlngfcores It stimu Â¬ lates liver kidneys and bowels expels Moolkvvilm Fjtf 20 1899 1 poisons helps digestion biilds up the The good road question being the all strength Only 60 conts Bold by Short important one I will offer some sugges- Â¬ Haynes Druggist Guaranteed tions Common sense is common law applicable to all things worthy of a single Corpse Coins thought To begin with I am opposed Corpse coins are treasured in the to a tax for road purposes unless there North of Epgland They are tho coins is a llxed and lawful purpose of distri- Â¬ that have lain over the eyes of their bution so plain so positive that all tax dead By this meaps infection has been payers may know that they will be the spread but Buperstiliqn causes tho cus Â¬ beneficiary of the money they pay for This I am aware is tom to continue A poor collier or pea road purposes sant would never think of doing any- Â¬ enough to raise a how but let them thing important unless he has on his howl I assert because it is true that porson coins that havo lain on the eyes not one dollar of the money spent last year came to this part of the county and of his dead relatives Â¬ Â¬ Dear sir I boo a great deal said about good roads in your paper I am from that county and know something about the roads myself Thoro has been enough work done on the roads in that county to havo had a public plko from ono end of the county to the other but it has boon spent the wrong way Thero should be a tax levlod ou overy dollars worth of property and on overy head a like for road purposes and thero shouklbo an overseer appointed for such section of county as ho could manage well at a set salary say about ono dollar per day while imployod at that work Let said overseer warn out the men and their teams for which pay them a salary that would be just and right sot too much nor too little be equalling about that to pay their road tax and when the work was done let the over- Â¬ seer have your road tax account and giye you a receipt for same Thero is plenty of lime stone rock on the farms along the roads that would be given free to tret thorn hauled off and work the worst places first as there are Boufe parts of tho roads that can pB trav Â¬ eled most any time of the year aud not run oyer all the road and do none of it any good as has been the result of so many days of labor Wo are taxed hero 4 on the head for road purposes and thero the country peo- Â¬ ple are tax d 0 days work and so much on the hundred dollars and all incorpor-Â¬ ated towns go free As the towns are benefited by good roads as well as the country- - tax all alike This is my opinion of having good roads as they are needed there more than any other one thing I remain a friend to my old home T O W Editor indeed to Jndgo from tho tone of your correspondents its just as well that they did not But the fact that their money was taken from thorn and wasted in fat contracts in remote parts of the county does not make tho tax payors hero feel good Now a word about roads Com- Â¬ mon senso is tho only systom of making good roads Every road supervisor has some bad places in bis boundary If I was supervisor I would take the worst road first and when I left it it would never need work again I would take tho next worst the second time and bo on until all tho bad places in my road wero in good condition It is suggested by some that we employ an engineer whoso duty it will ho tosuporviso the grading and constructions ot the roads This would be a costly as well as a use Â¬ less experiment in my judgement Thero should be no grading done on any but tho bad places at least until all the worst places aro in Rood condition and seems to me that any man of common senao could grado a road that is to Bay he could make each sido of tho road of equal height and in all cases it should rounded up in the centor leaving no pools to hold water and form mud holes If tho road is being constructed on a hill sido and running parallell or nearly bo with the hill a ditch well constructed and sufUoiently large to carry off the water should be tho first consideration and of course in long stretches of such road culverts well constructed and suffi- Â¬ cient in number to carry the water off under tho road and not force all tho water down the ditch to tho bottom of the hill for by so doing it will Boon wash your road away Many of the bad places in roads if properly graded and drained will be sufficiently good but some soils aro inclined to get muddy eyery time it ralnoj here is where tho money should be spent Stono in suffi cient quantity should be used to dry it under all conditions of weather All road work should be done in the spring or early summer in order that it may have time to thoroughly settle btfore the next winter All roads not naturally drained should bo well ditched or both sides and tho road kept highest in the Common Sense center Â¬ MORAL ATTACHED A FBW HINTS ON ROAD ROOFlNd When nnder theroad roof we shall travel Without being hindered by atone atlck gravel Wont it be nice from a mountain to look At the great long lines of corner and crooks Then our sister counties will say How did yon gst out this rainy day Then we will answer promptly and say To you who for years have been at pity Under the road roof we made our way As easy as If It were a sunny day Once upon a time a tramp was sorely in need of something to eat and ap Â¬ proaching the farm bouso he spake unto tho farmer saying If you will givo me tho wherewithal to satisfy tho cravings of tho inner man I will kill all the rats about the place Agreed said tho tiller of the soil and ho ordored his good wife to give the tramp a squaro meal Alter the tramp had devoured every- Â¬ thing in Bight he wont to tho woodpile year and selected a stout club then seating Mr Billle Hondrick n widower of Clo himself on tho porch ho said to tho vor Creek was tho guest of Miss Bello farmer Hendrick a few Sundays past Now bring on your rats Bob French shipped bis wheat and a MORAL Always have the details lot of fat hogs to tho Txmiavillo market specified in tho contract Chicago News one day last week Bob is a hustler Say wo are sorrv to think that there is Dangers of the Grip about to be a collison between tho Union The greatest danger from La Grlppo is Star and Stephensport correspondents ot its resulting in pneumonia If reason- Â¬ Wedding bells that used to ring in this able care is used however and Cham Â¬ vicinity are a thing of the past but there berlains Couch Remedy taken all dan Â¬ are some that would llko to hear the jin- Â¬ ger will bo avoided Among the tens of gle thousands who have usod this remedy Ha I Ha I wo wonder why Willie Walls for la grippe we have yet to learn of a visits the flowery beds of ease so often single case having resulted in pneumo Therell come a nia which shows conclusively that this Nevermind Willie time some day remedy is a certain preventive ot that Mr Lonnie Hall of Union Star will dangerous disease It will cure la grippe close his school in this district next Fri Â¬ in less time than any other treatment day Feb 24th He has taught us the It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell best school we have bad in five yearn Seeing some of Mrs Hattle Grinnels man Stephensport interesting topics in this valuable paper Cause of Nervousness refreshed my mind so that I thought I It is averred by a famous Chinese would lot vou hear from me once more We wonder why Alpha Cashman and doctor that nervousness is kept out of the Ewitt Frymiro looks bo sad Oh boys Celestial empire by tho use of soft soled thero will come a vacant Sunday some shoes The hard soled shoes worn by day We will all sympathize with you the Anglo Saxon race are said to bo the cause of their extreme nervoua tempera Mr Cal Hendrick of Clover Creek ment was tho guest of Miss Etta Haynes last Sunday also Mr Bob Hendrick of The Appetite of a Goat Clover Creek was the guest of Miss Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Kate Haynes the other Sunday Stomach and Liver aro out of order All As I am a youngwnter to the Breck such should know that Dr Kings New enridoe News I hope to interest you Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and more than the neighboring visits in the Liver Remedy gives a splondld appetite near future Many wishes of success sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and or are extended to the news of a Faiby great energy Only 25c at Short Hay Â¬ nes drug store Â¬ Cold weather and plenty of mud Mr Harvey English Br is very ill at this writing Wo are glad to say Mrs John Canary is much Improved in health Mr Sam Canary and family have moved to Porry county Ind Thoro were four funerals at tho Union Star cemetory during the cold wayo Misses Etta and Kate Haynes wero guests at Mr Philip Blocks a fow days past Mr Sam Ammons and family havo occupied tho old Severs homestead for one See That Details Are Specified In Contract Grip WITTS 91 You can get the Latest and4 Best frrip Remedies at f f i j Notions You can get the cheapest and best Line of Notions at r WITTS Groceries You can get the Purest Line of Groceries at the Lowest Price at WITTS Prescriptions Filled cautiously carefully and with the Purest Drugs Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has saved f many a life It can always be relied on to cure the dangerous croup and whooping cough It gives Immediate relief and should be kept In every home It only costs 95c a bottle Largest Apple Orchard John Y Stone of Glenwood Iowa has what is believed to be the largest apple orchard in the world It embraces 800 acres upon which are growing 133000 trees most of which have reached the bearing age TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT is no panacea but is recommend- Â¬ ed for Piles only These it will euro Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 A R Fisher E A WITT And when the sun is shining hot Well drive our horses in a trot The secret of it then youll see The roof will be as a big big tree Then little sisters open your eyes And see if you can fan off the flies MOOLEYVILLE Health of this community is good The mercury reached 21 below zero on Monday 13th inst I read tho News each week with much interest Especially the contributions from your talented Brandenburg correspondent Mrs Grlnnell Her original and beautiful way of imparting that unexbaustible fund of information makes her tho eqal if not the superior of many of the contributors of our best maga zines Her field of usefulness should be Â¬ Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY SEKflP US OME DOLLAR HEW 1 Then to town school our court Well travel as II It were merCiport Be it rain or be It snow The boys to see their girls can go There Is no reason at all foi being late Yon need not on the weather wait Oh how well laugh giggle and grin To see our neighbor counties in mud to their chin Then at once the work will surely begin To make their road roof of wood or tin W O L enlarged A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminatFour Doctors gave ed in Consumption me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my ab- Salve sent ones above My husbaud was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ riioou You can examine It at Salt in the Ocean uimUUi exactly as represented i our nureit freight depot and equal to organ that retail at If rou And It greatett saw and f ar betterthan Voo At present it is estimated there are in onrani is luo0 tho others at valueyoueverpay the freight agent r advertised by rmor Sli1 the worlds oceans 7000000 cubic miles pfllixi irffriirlSPECIAL less the lortJ00i 90 DAYS PRICE 3175 IS OUfl of salt and the most astonishing thing price charg about it is that if all this salt could be ed by others Such an offer was nerer made bef o re TUC IOUC flIICCU lsoneofthestett4iriWaiiwltttoeeln Illustration over taken out in a moment the level of the I tlu AUMC UUCun trumentiironj amnlofrumth juu - unu pnoiotrrapu shown wtucu u engrarea airect water would not drop one single inch some laea oc iu huii ppttriam muuoiryuiouv nanUMrnelydecorat OuarterOcwed Oak antique finish eU and ornamented latest lOBBBtyle For frost bites burns indolent sores e feet 6 Inches high t J Inches long Winches wide and weighs KjUpounasContaia9eciTriituiBBaiviivviMpw- Bm rrlelpl Uslelae Btlodla Frlatlpl eczema skin disease and especially Trbl Capl Olpuoa rrtaClnl Cnmoaa a4 TexCotplr VTBtS llama Frtv Bate aiiOtUTaCarlra IT Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Btands OrckHtralTeaa Bnoaatorr M8wll IUraa40rfa8wil SI4 Van Quallly need J SLf SI tkanatafl Brllllaat Ullt BwlUIxtIa SHli 1 Bf Batata first and best Look out for dishonest Unit 1 SI af It nithBllew Dlpaua lUtiU 1 81 of ISIKIIOS HMtiin Bttat f riaalas SRXalealassTlatlpal consist of people who try to imitate and counter the celebrated OB BAN TUC JIPLir flIICCU action I which era felt it Its their indorsement of a good InHE AuMr UUCLI1 HIBdi aiso nttea only used listiffiEsu witn the nianesi graae instrument aasCaaplrtand Taa llaauaa also best Dales felts leathers PRBwaavi Worthlesa goods aro not im etc bellows or the best rubber cloth 3 plr rjeiiows atoca article ACM niiPPNi and nnest leather In Get DeWitts Witch Hazel finished with a 10x11 ralTes THE rrencn mirror racket Rated bereled plate Cut this ad out aud send to ui wllk s t ou and we will send you this ouiusby frelBbt c o D t sbjMt urnOTKD xcas quaui llvA ymaai tmF -r aslRium Kl aTaTJl91 THJT Tvvr m CrjSsJeBwBrBBfsfBBSVaBaSaSaSaSwW3 I I MtflSlBBBB3flEBBBBBUaMr T rnMSZaenMteM SrSaxasnHtY aaV m ifi KjaalaMDaTaTaSaJ finr1 bw rr mi i f j II1 i aaaal wKti m H H About Tumblers BASKETT r ffi t- - for consumption coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and bow a well and healthy wo Trial bottles free at Short Hay- Â¬ man nes drug store Regular size 50c and 100 Guaranteed or price refunded Tumblers resembling in shape and di- Â¬ mensions those employed today have been found in great numbers at Pompeii They were made of gold silver marble glass agate and precious stones pedal rrames ana ertry modern improremenu net KfeMsS LKilslI VUEE a handsome organ stool and the bestonran instruction book Dubllshed With SlV eTeryi atmeuata 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another envelope or box Per- Â¬ forming the apparently impossible is be Â¬ coming an every day affair now once all forms of throat diteaseiand always effects r permanent cure This wonderful remedy has cured thousands oltulTerers from bronchitis hoarse Â¬ ness and other bronchial troubles est business blocks In Chicago ana employ orer MOpeople In our own building WBBEU OH0JSiTSUoo id alto all rusOsYfUl00 aaaapimusicaleirerythlng In musical Inurements at lowest wholesale prices Write tor free Instrument catalogue Address special organ piano and CO Inc Fulton DeplalneianuWjmanSt 8FAR8 ROEBUCK CHICAGO ILL Wjen writing mention this paper Filled the Bill A Colorado gentleman advertised for a and shortly well preserved skeleton after the paper was out an old maid of his town appeared in her best bib and tucker and asked if his intentions were honorable Ex ORMS Prepared by For sale by V VERMIFUGE iia r juon ia uaauuij For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies SOXaX m A 3JTT -- flX3J DltUGG ISTS JAME3 F BALLARD 8t Louis R Fisher Cloverport Ky S mills tobaopo factpifeXBpsand SPECIAL PRICES 11 CARLOAD iOTi BAEETT CDKL7sauperbfiiel foriisein flouring munioations to aAtiEf oom Marvels of a Graphophone Ono of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that will reproduco any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal mueio and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any sound and reproduco it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophqnes made lor home entertainment can be bought as low 10 Write for catalogue SO to the Columbia PjioNOQKipn Co No pit Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O THE NEW WAY TT70MEN used to think lo Â¬ rn a Is diseases could only ba treated alter lo w Give mo a liver regulator and I csn regulate the world Baid a genius The druggist banded him a bottle of De Witts Little Early Iiisers tho famous little pills lflflERICPN ONLY An 1 oaI tions examina Â¬ by physi Â¬ Dread of Seo now cians Figuratively Speaking the whole world stand And in expectance wait 1608 00 A YEAR All the Leading Features that have made this Journal so popular are 10 b retained the comlne year and many new ones added such treatment While 1809 digests kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering Theln- - What That la One Minute Cough Cure cures what It was made for trnrlllfttlnn of BBBBslrSBBBB I I 1 Ell Hil Ns High Priced Singers Two New York woraoh are toe highest paid choir singers In the world they re- Â¬ 1600 and 3000 a ceive respectively year The mt4 In the cbojr of West minister Abbey receive salaries ranging from HOQ to 500 GJad MM The Sun National Importance wjtttea change of life It make worrvsa beautiful by making them wU It keeps them younr by Wlno of Cardul has now demon Â¬ strated that nine tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all Tho simple pura News Opinions OF Market Hardening ami ota- er topics wriitrn by Practical and Successful Farmerssup- w lb Illustrations by able artists com- Â¬ lne to male it Invaluable to those who form It for allvinir The Latest flarkets and Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Heports In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm News ami Letters amone the Farmers re Leading Features In which the Auskican Aghicultukist not excelled It has tillable Special Correspondents at the Oencral and Local TUrkct Centers all over the United b tales Ideal Farm and Family Woekly Dairy Ito Cnrrti Such as Live Stock Poultry III In US Horticulture IUHIUIGO r rRflllirRQ raf -- 1 Tiding to Asthma Buffers FoleyfrHoney and Tar gives quick and positive relief In all caste A It Fisher Oloverports R A Shellman 8fplloport Jt A Wilt Hardlnsburg mmm taken In tho privacy of a womans own homo Insures quick relief and Women need not speedy cure hMltatanow Wine of Cardul ro-humiliating ciamlna aulrea no adoption It cures any for Its disease that comes under the head disordered of female troubles msMss falllns of the womb A Lp N E Short Stories Fashions Fancy OooJ Cook with tbo Doctor I CUIUIUO coutosts Library and Young Folks Pago combine Enmillf ralllily Tho CONTAINS BOTH Dally by Dally to make this department ol as much value and Interest as most of ihr Special Family Papers QU1 STIONS answered on LuwMedlcIno Votcrilinrv and other topics FHKL Cornor 1unlo Latest Work Talks Orango Judd Company 52 Ufaydt PUce Ntw York N Y nail and Suriay 6 a year by mall 8 a year j4iiinij wiii bsii BASKETT KY u n J etwstkrtloa of The the worlds jciodlol k 12004000000 whik and ijwiww 70040 tW mnj aail si i keeftar them haakhy th dntf store wm 100 at sFWj For Sale or Trade A 7our Roojm Cottage ftssrTHrW sVwPJssj WtfWTWv The Sunday Sun U PflM PPW i yrhhmmn4uttffmmfm u ftBsssOTlFBliFTTiK W tb greatest SmtAiy Newspaper In oraddrea tke woiM JtMFltCN St wjth flvo acres of gpjuud Orchard vine yard and other small fruits A good loÂ¬ cation for blackvinith Also a gooil riioa for sale Will trad for law 0Up T- i Mfy h Mill 2 1 pr eNHMKiy T yU i AUrM tW SUN New York 31 CtaM MMuMra Cmtth rwmm re is n JS wf Ctf -- ciHWh n WHSfWf ii I O t ri H iMitowrV Tj eMitfUmm tniiWrniim m WH - V V J 4 ys MMtttt-WMWW-W- llT J j V WOMANS SUFFRAGE And Other Interesting Topics of The Day Discussed by One Who Signs Herself Cold Water keening murt ha done away with for a woman to Toto Ot course notl AVhy men can And time irom their businees to inform themselves about tho propriety and Instice of casting his voto and can- Â¬ not a Udy that she may also bo abte to help mako the laws under which Bhe lives Cold WATin i Nice lino Clothing 289 to 350 750 1250 Fine Tailor Made 400 8 to to Extra fine Tailor Made fancy silk and satin linings 49c- - to 1000 to 10 Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth strictly tailor made 500 250 I i Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets to 500 In a friendly HttlodiRCUBsion recently as to tho abaptabillty of woman ior any profession or business equally with men a gentleman remarked and I suppose you want women to havo the privilege of voting I said yes sir and why notl It has become an acknowledged fact that woman is intellectually mans equal and give them as wide a field and the advantage of as liberal education and the essential opportunity and they can fill any and every position equally as well and many places belter than men and take them as a whole women attend to business more diligently than men aro moro honest mako tewer mistakes as a general thing thoy make better clerks better eecretarles as good book- Â¬ keepers and accountants as good if not better stenographers Thoy can measure a coat pattern as accurately as they can mako ono They make better nurses if trained and give thorn tho same advantage aud they could diagnose a case as accurately as a man with like advantage They make better teachers in schools and better music teachers than do men Granting these facts and casting out of the way thoso ancient land marks when only a few favored individuals were allowed to think and act freely and now that mind is exerting a supremacy over mau and right triumphing over pliyni cal power why not allow if I must use the expression woman to vote Although I have no hope of revolu- Â¬ tionizing our country but one thing in its laws as a nation has always struck me forcibly and somewhat disgustingly i e foreigners emigrating to this country nine tenths of whom are the very off scourings of the country from whence they came ignorant illiterate vile treacherous seeking only their own in- Â¬ terest and knowing no more about our laws than the swine in our pastures after staying the few years required by law they may vote and few of them have the remotest idea whether they aro voting for the weal or woe of this great coun- Â¬ try The little boy or girl of twelye years in our schools knows more of our laws than these raw foreigners Hero are women American born who have spent their wholo lives brought up to know our laws as well as men educated refin ed and an honor to America yet has not tho privilege of tho low Irish Italian Spanish or what not from over the Stream I once heard a converted Chinaman lecture he had been converted by the influence of our missionaries educated in our culhgep at our expense He be Â¬ gan his lecture by telling of the benightÂ¬ ed condition of his people how they were living etc He instituted compari- Â¬ sons between his country and ours how children were brought up there and here the manner of livingtliereandhere aud many such like things And not- Â¬ withstanding all the advantages he had received at our hands it was evident that he ignored our laws and ceneral customs and believed that old China was far superior to the land of the Melican man I tried to be as char- Â¬ itable as possible aud consider from what he came Btill I could not be blind to his ingratitude and although people came out of church praising his talk and laud ing him to the skies I felt like I would love to choke him Of course I couldnt but 1 thought so much for so much Ho had become a naturalized citizen of this great country and tho estimation in which he held its laws and the great privilege he had of voting to help make them was a thing too self evident to be disputed or even questioned But wa will return to question of vot Â¬ ing allowed the illiterate foreigner versus the well informed refined aud educated women It doesnt follow that a lady must go out on the streets on election days and participate in every kind of political demonstration that comes along to he a voter Eyery place where ladies and gentlemen are associ Â¬ ated together socially or in a business capacity carried with it air au quit peace and refinement and if ladies went to the polls lo veto all boisterousness and everything rough or ungentlomanly would be done away with the same as In other places when both sexes are asso- Â¬ ciated This of its lf would be a little drop in the bucket It is true as many assert tome women are not capablo of knowing what they would be voting for but neither are all men If a woman is a widow she must pay taxes on hor property tho same as a man then why should she not b allowed to vote for tho man who in her opinion would be the one to look to the interest of the people When framing thoee same tax laws that she must abide by I am in favor of women voting iu all cases but if she must be restricted at all she at east ought to be allowed to vote on Prohibition If she only could what a little time it would be until tho very air would ring with tho shouts ol those whose homes had been brlghteued by the faces of father eon and brother who had gotten loose from the clutches of the demon liquor and were now transform d into men again How few convicts would our prisons hold bow g eatly would the number of insane in our asylums bo reduced cutting down publio expenseto say nothing of the great wave ot prosperity aod happiness that would float over our land It would be as a pebble thrown in a lake The cautte i ovsd a circles straight proceeds Anoh r sUil aud still sooitur spreads Friends and neighbors fintit will tmbraci Ourc untry nst ad nest all humao race WITH Tfial and woman and family to retnrn homo and this Id out and send to us and we will find tho husband and iather frozen to CHINE t rreljkt Qllnirt laUUM youeanesaraineltatywjM death roorjman to freezo to death all I AMsy IX found aeitatiif esuereswrr HeHSH j mIm ewi lea a WWO y rennwMited miIU akle alone In bis own home how sad sad iibsm or a tSsi eiluViBT luaoiia tod Quite a little battle was fought here and freight charge ThetneentneweUhalje thefretght Friday aftornoon nothing to bo compar- Â¬ Ulaerents preach too will ed of course lo tho battle of Manilla your own home and weTTe allreturn your I WO any day wakes see araSra ef satfrfled Hkfii yet there was blood shed Iho way I whlofi are fully K sMtlOOMlLOOSltoo and of all of dean lbed In Oar rrw 7 DItAWER BUIUM J understand it is this One Sara Burnet eUgut but SI9GQ f The Kidney Complexion was at work at Col Croons big saw mill THE BURDICK iVESZSzEfi b Ik fct aular la iwerlts ofeone H when a Joe Robertson came up and be- Â¬ nTMiii iiiiaeiMlterraia nlano The palo sallow sunken cheeked distre- gan polish finest nlcktl drawer pulls beating Burnet with a cane so the adjustable treadle genuine Smyth rests on casters Ml bearlne Iron stand flneat Urge high ssed-looking pcoplejyou so often meet head madepoHlTe four winder battlo raged and blood flow till I sup arm shuttle autonatlo bobbinmotion feed sei r tnrmaing Jioraj- adaatabie tfar lag aro aflllcted with Kidney Complexion loose pose somojone interfered or one of them ent tension liberator Improved patentwheel adjustable presses ueeuie mv root improved enuiue earner Their kidneys are turning to a parsnip was prostrated Dr Harris dressed the patent dreaa guard GUARANTEED ilelkttvtt rnatarsieat4ar color So is their complexion SawslavaaaaBBlwSttBttBttBSaKjP Mnk nare1 euieee niaMaewale Kiryawa 9SE wounds Our llttlo village is usually so atl ear ITree Instruction la They may also have indigestion or civil and well behaved that such die eilMkweat Justrarakaae aa can run It and do either how anyone Hook teUa or any aino 01 hbctvotk a wt4uu iiuaiT r ira n suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism Irrr UAJtANTED Is sent with every machine graceful occurences are extremely raro fctMiiaevjet sells at IT rnSTR IUU NITTHINfl toaeeandesamlnethls machine compare It inr5VTlvnSititOfi neuralgia brain troublo nervous exhaus- Â¬ lfeonvlnced you are aavlng 4aoo t0 eoaOO and then If at the sJloOO nyyourfrela ht agentTO Blt DOS1 HI TO BkTCBB IOCB SltSOOo areaa tlae tion and sometimes the heart acts badly thoroughly iblej araaifaaUaSea OBOkK PILif Sears Koebuck a SAVED OUR LIFE WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE SEARS ROEBUCK UUf uniwauwi The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney dis When yon write mention this paper ease does not find out what the trouble Do Not Neglect the Kdncys and is until it is almost too late because the Bladder first symptoms are bo like mild sickness Disorder of theso important organs that thoy do not think they need a med- Â¬ causes Brights disease rheumatism pain Â¬ icine or a doctor until thoy find themIn tho back dropsy and other troubles selves sick in bed Dr Kilmers Bwamp Root will build Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your aa I up and strengthen their weak and dis- kidneys and bladder bofore you realizo tn anything serious is the matter eased kidneys purify their disoased kid- Â¬ that ney poisoned blood clear their complex- Â¬ Often these organs are neglected until ut 031 1 If fSSpflrWe4 HI a BflTJl- ion and soon they will enjoy better that awful malady Brights disease has -I WjMy m S3v-TN awiMe sv ifiliaJay fastened upon you and death awaits its health Bnmhmrn si OTHflFiTJo Many miraculous cures have You can get the regular sizes at the victim ui aV WuIolaVil in drug store at fifty cents and one dollar been wrought by a course of treatment -I or you may first prove for yourself the with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These wonderful virtues of this great discovery tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ Swamp Hoot by sending your address to ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and N Y nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ Dr Kilmer Co Btnghamton ern times to be thomost direct in action for a sample bottle and a book that tells EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT all about it both sent to vou absolutely on tho kidneys of any remedy known to freo by mall CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED When writing kindly medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ mention that you lead this liberal offer lets as yon would candy Bond for free TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS booklet on kidnoy diseases Sold by all in tho BnECKExniDQE News JAMES F BALURD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO druggists or sent on receipt of prico 60 cents and 1 For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky FALLS OF ROUGH RDM SSpyffluiS 1 iajllail BANK -OF aswLMawLIaess4tMBejTaTAeKBftaBTanB HAEDDTSEUEa B F BEAKD President WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEAUD Cashier G W BEARD Jli i ltrt 1J Wi imtHH mTwr7n MORRIS E8KUIDQE V DIRECTORS J R Ha JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON Â¬ TIME DEPOSITS nwi rn rn Henderson Route Lonimllo Henderson wASiKJ Si Louis IVr Co Â¬ Time Card Is Effeot Deo BAST BOUND No R 1898 44No 46 A BOON TO MANKINDS lfea o D TABLERS BUCKEYE - 43 No St Loul Lv Â¬ oZh 2 aiii HSlJLUS nty 7 tCSS c3 anzZitfri o PILE Evansvllle Henderson SpottsrOla Heads naskets 71ft 731 6Km 788 7 45 766am 866pm 3 20pm 245ani 810 240 3 01 3 23 3 7 320 S wriiTif Stanley Griffith Mattingly Owensboro Worthlngton 782 7 68 8 01 313 320 329 383 3 44 328 339 a 44 Patea CURE PowersJJforRockport Falcon Petrle Ilawesvilte for Cannelton Sklllman Shops Ind 807 818 827 H62 9 1 400 waitman Lcwiiport 8 S8 8 6 1 i 900 913 923 935 640 363 404 413 419 428 133 4 40 4 49 lis 4 31 439 460 4 8 St Tell City J PAIN Clovrrport Holt Addison Stephensport Sample 9 52 9 65 10C0 10 08 10 13 600 603 511 618 522 607 610 620 6 25 Pierce 510 634 6 42 5S2 543 6 1 567 603 610 617 6 30 Lodlburz Irvington Gtuton Webster 1022 1030 1038 650 Ed Stone sold a nice young horso for 70 PLANTERS Stan Qodsey colored is very ill with la grippe Eli Fisher was a guest of Miss Mabel MEL I T3oidonVnrT JJlUUUUUUUb Mil t TTt7 J A SEND US ONE DOLLAR renJroathUH 1SSS patUra alckfrad HXSSKVOIK CU1L XttD WOOD subject to tzarolnatlon OO II HToYs bj freight DOU Kiamine it at your freight depot and It found perfect Iriatlafactory ever saw or heard a1 IfcB1KrtalMt U una you orpay the rKkiuirr AOJ1T Hf ariciiL PHllX for oub mo STOVE CATALOGUE anilfrelitht chancei This store li it te No I ot en U eitra HHxllKll top la 42x23 made from bett pig Iron grates lanre Buea htaty coreri heay UnlnKS and lartre oven thelf neaty tln llned OTen door handsome nickel plated oixamentatlona and trlmmlnga eitra large deep genuine SbudUk prelala lla tmmli hand Beit eial bararr akbd and some large ornamented base we furnli h rasa an extra wood trite making It a per fect eoS baratr VIE 1SSIE X BlIOIiaaCiailTn with leu the tl 00vjlthornt n SI300 iSSsSI wntTK ACME at nn free Â¬ eTery stove and guarantee aafe delivery to your rail road station Your local dealr would charge you 12100 for aueh a stove the freight Is only about 1100 for each boo miles as a r at Uait SIOOO Addresa SEARS ROEBUCKCOONCJCHIMCOILL Seen Setback Ca are taereafkly nUtklfc Mlter Whe n y u wi lie mtnlion this ujwr Itreatswlth vou whether yon continue theHgfgera nerve kUUns tohacro habit N IKTO li ATWB sTflel nnoTr luedcairafortcbaeco wiuirif fSBBBBBB oatnervouadlstres expclanlco riwWr tine purluee the Uluotl IBk itorrsa loit msnhoodrfd 1 fl I flwoboiaa matt too trontfTJ I T Aaold 400000 In health nervsavBj I tvBucaaes puraU bur ndpocket OB tYZ XO TO llAC from bee own druxglst who fCflll a4Bt- - willwill vouch farm Takeltwlth patiently pertltlentlr One HII boa St usnallj curoai 3 boieitlU Wl - rnaranti pa toctireorwersfund moner fllH BtarlUs Buu4j C WkZ Ulaaia iMlnaU law last LJllHi tvtffl Jll Ji IV t Itsa lyoar 11eGRH0P r6 requires nosklll toopcr ato it and reproduce tho music of bands orches Â¬ tras vocalists or Instru- Â¬ mental soloists There Is nothing like It for an evmlngs entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce only records of subjects socially ireared in a laboratory but the araphophona On tho is not limited to such performances Uraphophono you can easily make andlnstantlr reproduco records of tho yolce or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm is ever fresh The reproductions aro a clear and brilliant GraptiGphGBes are setd for 10 Manufactured undrr th ratente of IlclLTalnttr Zdlaon and llerdonald Our uatabllatimant U head quHrlrra of tho world for Talking l achlnn and Tatting ilachlaeSoppk Write tat catalogue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Most fatctnaUng Inven- Â¬ tion of t lie BRe Always ready to entertain It Did you know that Little Jim goes to Glendeane now Nearly all of Mat Mattlnglys family have had la grippe ChambliBS Wo are sorry to hear of Miss Lizzie Willis Green returned from Louisville Hall having pneumonia last week Frank Teaff was the guest of Miss Mr Cooper merchant of Rock Vale is Mattie Mattirjgly last week able to Bit up Clarence Brown is looking sad at this Col Green wont to Hardlnsburg Tues writing His girl has the measles day aiternoon Sidney Owen is talking of entering Miss Sallie Clemons of Rock Vale Is school nt Bowling Green this spring visiting her sister Mrs Robert Mattingly who has been Bro Miller attended the funeral serquite ill is very much improved at this vices at Union Ohaple writing Miss Cora Wingate was a guest at Mr The boys all say this is fine weather to Stones last Wednesday visit tbelr girls for when they go it gets Miss Nannie Fisher was the guest of too cold for them to return Miss Sarah McCarty Thursday afternoon- MIbb Maggie Rhodes of Irvington Willie Robertson and Glenn Fisher of who has been visiting friends and rela- Â¬ Glendeano were guests of Preston tives in this vicinity has returned home Green Misses Mary Haffey and Creatie Charlie Stone made a brief call at home Cannon spent soveral days with Misses Sunday aiternoon returning on the four Maggie Mattingly and Susan Brown last oclock train week Tho Rock Vale people are most en- Â¬ Mipses Frankie Wheatley of St thusiastic in their praise of Dr Harris Marys and Maggie Wheatley of Kirk skill in healing the sick visited relatives in this community last Ollio Wilson and Arthur Smith of week Fordaville were at Rock Vale Thursday Miss Mary Mattingly of Kirk entered flirting wlththe gills Utopia College at Glendeane last Mon- Â¬ Everybody went to mill those pretty day week but was taken ill and return- Â¬ sunshiny days and aro preparing gener- Â¬ ed home ally for the next unpleasantness Messrs Frankie Rhodes Denote Sheer- Mr James Patterson died of consump- Â¬ an and Vess Potts were the guests of tion last week and was buried at Union Misses Maggie Mattingly and Susan Chaplu where funeral services were Brown last Sunday held Did you know that Will Mattingly has Theres always something interesting been going dear hunting quite often in Mrs Grinnells Current Topics and since Miss Mary Haffey has been visit- Â¬ I enjoy reading that column very much ing at James Cannons t indeed Miss Mary Haffey and Messrs Glar During the recent Wizard I was silent ence Brown Ed Langley Jamea and because it was too cold to get out aud William Mattingly were the guests of learn what my neighbors and the people the Misses Cannon last Sunday evening were doing Mrs Sallie Owen died at her home last Misses Sarah and Tillie McCarty of Saturday Feb 4th after a long protract- Â¬ Rock Vale went to Glendeane shopping ed illness We extend our sincere sym- Â¬ Thursday morning and were the guests pathy to the bereaved daughter and of the Misses Green husband On this paper so well bellked Yes it has been severely cold but Let none but friends presume to read and with a big roaring fire of logs to sit by write and plenty of papers and books to read And may each line of friendship Riven Direct the readers thoughts to Heaven during our leisure moments made it en durable An Honest Medicine for La Grippe It seems that people are never satis- Â¬ George W Waitt of South Gardiner fied a few days agu every one was com- Â¬ Me says I baye bad the worst cough plaining of the cold and snow and now It is a continual grumble of too much cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the mud and slop Chamberlains Cough Remedy vendor Mies Jennie Green made a pleasant is the only thing that has done any good visit at Miss Ella Robortsons though whatever I have used one 50 cent bot- Â¬ she aud her narty had to return borne in tle and the chills cold and grip have all the midst of one of those pretty snow left mo I congratulate tho manufactur- Â¬ storms we had during the late affection- Â¬ For sale by ers of an honest medicine ate embrace of the Arctic king A R Fisher Cloverpoit R A Shell That was a sad thing for that poor man Stephensptirt Â¬ J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH Ekron Brandenbore Long Branch Hock Haven Wlllovr Dale Howard West Point Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep 610 616 6 21 034 6 40 645 661 11 MVim 665 12 2pm 7 JO At IZSOpm 745pm 1100 1110 1119 1128 1134 1143 10 62 em IH 645 715 7Stam WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky street West Point 41 PICKETT T0BAGC0 WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO No 43 No 45 Proprietors - Howard Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in the Combine Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Bradenburg Ekron Guston s BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Lv 7 45am 4 60pm 765 603 637 826 540 829 8 3f 6 48 663 843 600 S60 609 869 9 08 618 f 35m 845 918 931 944 961 967 1002 08 1014 10 Four Months Storage Free htAAAASVAAAAAA SA1 Lorilburg x ierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sktlman for Cannelton ScTell City Irvington Webster 916 923 9 82 9 47 9 61 626 643 651 669 707 712 940 10 00 10 04 1024 7 20 Hawesrille Falcon 1008 1018 1022 1033 10 43 721 727 739 743 1031 10SS V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW 7t4 80i 812 814 8 2T 1046 1049 1069 1103 1119 Petrle Lewlsport Waitman Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Powers tforRockport rates HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Stanley Worthlngton ueaas Snottsvllle Baskets Henderson Evansvill St Louis 1060 1056 1104 1110 Ind 1119 1130 1140 1161 11 66 11 69 in 12 07pm 1214 1222 122 1245 Ar 7 32pm 833 842 U16 S6J 1139 11 68pm 9 05 916 9 21 1H 9 32 939 947 964 1010 925 1216am 1220 123 1219 104Upm 126 12S 720sm PKEPARED TO PKACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Evansvllle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass Â¬ enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be Â¬ tween Louisville Evantyille and St Loula without Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evansvllle with- Â¬ out change H C MORDUE A O P A Louisville Kv change OPPIOBS Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Office Oloverport L H St L Ry Fordsvlile Branch 3PT 10 TIME TABLE Ni 10 VVVVVVAVSryvvVArrvVvrVTVWArir TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains 1898 East BoundTraln tNo a tNo 4 900am 515pm 620 835 609 831 600 815 8 01 446 439 764 742 427 3 J SSw -- i f RATES CVrAZVPERDAV The most tentr lly looattdu I u0tintrwcltU tXo3 tNo6 6 45pm 1060am 1113 1124 1131 1160 745 1167 762 12 09pm 8 04 1230 8 21 1265 860 105 900 7 08 7 19 7 28 STATIONS Lr Irvington Ar uarneld Harned Hardlnsburg Kirk Jolly Olendeane srFallsIfoagblv 715 uocavaio Asklns Oaks Ar Fordaville Lv 6 644 686 40 333 329 321 98 915pm 113 120 63jan 3V5pra I 1 WHSMrPfe3YlLLEKY Dally Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and r for points on Fordsvuie branch Trains a 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a snd 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4s 43 and 44 Safety Comfort T Agony mTT No LoraiH and Why Suffer No Knife Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between Hie Punr Parser When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE ia guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business Louisville and Evansville STBAMEIlfl The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Department says After year of Buffering 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 metns of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others iuf ferlng with plei B G RAGON F M Ryan Matter W A Bishop TARASGON D L Penny Dept 30 Master L X Conner 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Waahington D 0 Faris Chicago New York St Loula Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Buffalo BO YEARS EXPERIENCE Sing In the new Ring In the true bring to you the new and true from the We ptney forests of Norway Ring out tho old King out tho alscj Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOGA TENN TELL CITY B H Ballard Muter W B NowbelL pnxiar DON CHEMICAL COMPANY I P D STAGGS DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey lyjTnra Traoc Mark Anyone sanding- - a sketch and description ma whether au nfeklr aaoartaln our aopinion free afai av i a a m atl a jmm ttnliri pnjuaur a invention m MBAkmklrf tlons strictly eonOdeatUL Handbook oa Patent eecurlnsyiateuta sent free tlldest uene for Patecta taken tEroaah Hana fc Co reealv ipicial nettc without chsreo to tb sclencs to Natures most natural remedy Improved by a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and oil Inflamed surfaces Eg F WILDER 028 Dally except Saturday between LoolnllU snd Ifiw Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line delivered quick r than by nil Travelers will find the steamers art ubsbt Puied ta equipment and accommodation The best culinary aro employed ai cooks asd tha nana U eaual to that of tho bet fcotels Oeasral offioes 1T and ITS 4t AvaMt COPVRiaHTB DriiONi As Ls wwm Scteiinnc n tatation ot anyedantulo Ill4lli1 ttjk1 wrrzzziz Kaaa1wjrTrrr rTzw TJiriMt -Hit Jrij Terms jf rfiiar monLiia ei wwwmiwwwi hw Bmm of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhilaÂ¬ rated the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out 1 the causepf that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes am healed and soothed so that there hi do Inclination to cough fftOLB RY ALL GOOD DUQlatT tans Fourth S Louisville Ky J Af Brandenburg HARDIN DLP1NHY Ky Loalsrllla OVWuJAacslTPA Sapt WWWXIj ffot HARBIN IN IDUIUrTDM IU 1 WILDER -- WHEN DOES YOUR EXPIRK JHJH- Yes sir I au In favor of woman votÂ¬ ing we dont think that all ikbj bom la jisaey jmsiSvwjAtss it a vast a T Only C aires awssi afcaatsl aaTanvmaaVsfaa sssaaesai sbsbWbbbjbbbji aWaVVeW XA i n tV W9 SBakllaaf srwrneYst lr 74 I Mt fUtf mf eWeWePJ tVMaHM Sv Me 0 m4 fl OO SURE YOU OCT f iytaiBaPklsJ Sim - t iminUlUn 3 Wft aud Thursday after Vounk MomUy Ih Eeh Qth Difficult work Hich m ri Jfstt tud CrxwM ft rafcHy faod wort fUsvriAUdi LJk svjU44ic KYry Wednesday tb SCRIPTIOKTOTUENCWi DwWttf i 1 ud Witch Hiwl miv d jpw o mmfmmmmmttwwm Pmffmnfmwjm irr -- inninpn m in jyiiii jnw11 MiifWi i WBaSSfwwyy mmmmmmmm m m Muiii ii i ii iMifUi ilUMJUiUiUill ii -- ail raffTTKrariiiiSi m jjBifiLJiiuiiiL j hz jhc T mmamikWBifmmmi j BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEWS 22 1800 FEB THE LOCAL NEWS IN CLOVERPORT KMittt 4444 44444 4444 Vaccination is in order llioto onvolopeuat Sulzora William Petcre is quite sick Nothersolo bracelets at DUuya New Tolpgram skirt facings Suzora Fred Fraiza waa In Louisville last Wed Â¬ nesday Chain bracelets and heart charms at DHujs Colored collars tho latest fad at Sulzers Sewlug machine needles and supplies at DHuyj Miss Laura Yenger is reported to bo l IIS still quite ill James McMillin of Oannellon was in town Monday Old Manse Syrupj pure delicious cheap Mrs Sctlzsrs J U Storrett of Sklllman is vis Â¬ iting in tho city Squire Johnson of Fellville was in the city Thursday Tho freshest ojBters in the market are at Julius SippleV New Near silk fancy skirt linings in all colors Sulzrs A fine Singer sowing machlpe for 10 A bat gain at Suz i s Frank Fralze went to Uardinsburg Monday on business Miss lone Dowden returned home to Brandenburg Sunday H V Duncan went to Henderson Monday on business Mrs George Short who was quite ill last week is much better Dr J T Milner of Fatesville was in town Thursday on business W 0 Moorman of Glendeane was in the city Friday on business Tho Misses Eva and Eliza May re-Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE turned homo from Evansville Sunday after an absence of two weeks They Thawed out report a royal time Tobacco buyers lost out this timo I Lieutenant Colonel D R Murray and Mrs T J Jolly Is very much improv Â¬ son Hal of the Fourth Kentucky which ed was mustered out of service at Anniston Jim Meadow will movo to town this Ala are back home week Wra Dowotl of the Cincinnati CoopOverton Stanford was at Irvington erage Company who is Btationed at Clarkson Ky was at his old homo at Sunday Nell Drury is attending school at Stephensport last wcok Louis McGlure Bro sold at Louis Pewee Valley Georo Lewis continues tho guest of vllle last week G hhds of red hurley at 8 40 two at 0 70 one at fl GO ono at Mrs Chns Drury 5 00 aud one at 1515 Mrs G A Foote and children were at Charles May Jr has his right hand Sunday school Aundsy caught In a cog at the shops Saturday Mrs Elma Morton writcsencouraging and tho member waa bo badly hurt that ly of their prospects in the city he will he laid off n wook or more We take it all back about the fruit If MrsFliomas Hall of Cave Spring re- theres any at all wore thankful turned from a visit to her son Frank W A Stith and sister Mabel wore Wliltworth in Daviess county last guests of Miss Lena Drury Thursday Thursday Sho was accompanied by hor Mr and Mrs Eliaha Smith oi Gustor nleco Miss Eva Board were guests of Mr and Mrs G P Paul two Wednesday Shelby Bandy and Ed Triplet young men who live in the neighborhood Miss Mary Paul who is visiting friends of Bdwloyvllle started for Missouri Fri in tho city spent last week with Miss day They will remain in tiat state a Lulu Naunelley year tho yuest of friends Misses Blanche Jolly and Florence Mike Jungling looktog as healthy and Cain attended Quarterly Meeting ser- Â¬ as good natured as of old was In the city vices at Irvington Sunday Sunday visiting old friends Ho Is now I noto with pleasure kindly words of a located in EvanBville He reports every Â¬ certain young postmaster at Irvington in thing prospering with him recent issue of ihe News Henry Stader has five head of horses a Hon Lowis Miller president of the to sell at reasonable prices They are great Chautauqua Assembly died in all good animals and are guaranteed to work under saddle in harness and are New York Friday Feb 17th The two Missionary Societies should fine work animals Ho has gdnulno pay thoir dues in full next meeting bargains Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Public Statement From A Public Man Dim W It Ohler Ex Bcretrr of fltato of Weit Virginia wrltei mo open letter CaAMJtsTON W Va To whom a I most heartily recommend n aa of great benefit in cases of catarrh It is especially beneficial wherever tho mucous mombrancs are affected As a tonic it certainly has no superior W II Oulkv Ex Sccrotary ol State Po-rn-- it may conttrn i Mar 9 1898 At the season pf tho year when pneu- Â¬ monia la grlppo sore throat coughs colds catarrh bronchitis aud lung trou- Â¬ bles aro to be guarded against nothing is a find substitute will answer the samo purpose or is just as good as Ono Minute Cornell Curo That is tho ono infallible remedy for all lung thtoat Insist vigorously or bronchial troubles upon having it if something else is offered you Appearances Are Everything A well tlroPBcd inrtn in nny community in over a credit to himsolf Iub family and his ftpsoulfttea It is often u question with a man How can I drees woll on my limited income I do not want to bo a ready mado man and I cannot afford tho prices asked by tho merchant wants WAItTEO SALESMEN MFC CO cue AddreMwIthMnmpAMKKICAN 114116 Lafayette Ave Icrrn Haute Ind VtrKpay a talarr of 115 iirwefk nJ exiwiuea VV for man with rig to Introduce ur Poultry Refer tunic wanted Mixture In the country 1 tale rt our WANTKD Stkmen for thoever offeied Oil Hx Terms best vluslve Iterrlorjr Riven to enegetlc men TUB iw VIOTOUOII COtleelnndOhio FOR SALE FARM 500 tailor This is just where SulerB touches you in earnest They havo a line of sample fashion plates artistic creations of designers You can showing the vory latest and most stylish garments extant call there make a selection from over 300 different styles and qualities of woolenB and solect etylo of garment you wish made Bear Well This Fact in Mind You can select your own cloth linings trimmings and dictate tho style you wish made including all the little dotails such as tho num Â¬ SAW MILL FOR SALE OR TRADE ENGINE ber of buttons on tho coat length of coat stylo of vest width of trou- Â¬ TUll SALE UK T IAIUC have n ir JO glne and Mv mill complete which I will sell W H Ohxet Hon sers number and Blyle of pockets in fact all of the littlo things that very chenp for cuth or will tntde lor a mule team Pcruna has cured thousands oil ob Â¬ Address JUDAL JIOOK bit llardintburg pleaso or provoke and last but not least you can have all this at a 4W stinate coses of catarrh and is perhaps Ky tho only efficient remedy in exlstenco n ready made price almost as low as you would pay for a FOR SALE DOG for caturrhal diseases but thcro aro IOK SALE One well bred pointer clog well Suit and countless multitudes of people who aro III tell cheap If taken soon broke still struggling with catarrh and need J M IIUVVAIID Glendeane Ky Of tr 1 hand-me-dow- SAIK A jiood fafih of about between IHl Spring and Custer HAimiNSHljHG acres HANK VV r Howard 100 Tho readers of this papor will bo pleased to learn that there is at least ono dread ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure 1b taken internally acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and Mrs E Patrick is the guest of her giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature daughter Mrs Ulrich Farbor Ernest M Gregory clerk of the Tara In doing its work Tho proprietors havo so much faith in its curative powers scon was in the city Thursday that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Mrs Adams of Louisville is visiting any case that it fails to euro Send for friends at Garfield her old home lists of testimonials Roland Smith the genial hotel man of Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Stopheusport was in town Friday 6TSold by Druggists 75c Percales have been reduced from 12 Death of an Old Citizen cents per ytd to 10 cents at Sulzers The following is taken from tho Nelson Mr and Mrs Hilary Hardin who live County Record printed at Bardstown out on the pike were in the city Mon- Â¬ Mr James P Minor died at the home day of his brother Mr Wm O Minor in Lightfoot Miller of Hawesville vas Bteckenridge county Ky February 5 the guest of Mr and Mrs F N DHuy and his remains were brought to Bloom Sunday field and laid by the Bide of his father Can you see as well as you would liko February 7 He was born in Nelson to If not come and boo DHuy he will county at the Minor homeatead March help yop 14 1831 Lived there most of his life L D Dowell has qualified as the ad- Â¬ aud was a prominent farmer He moved ministrator of the estate of Felix Smith to Breckenridgn county in 1877 and en- Â¬ He was a modest tered farm life deceased shrinking gentleman of genial tempera- Â¬ Hose glycerine a delicious preparation for chapped Lands and skin 10 cento per ment and fond of bis friends He was educated in Bloomtleld principally by jar Sulzera He had a Mr Henry Davis of Irvington waa Mr Sam S Fulton deceased guest of Mr and Mrs Eugeno Hay classical and thoroughly practical educathe tion His father was an elder in the nes last week Come to our grocery and glass ware de- Presbyterian church and was to all partment and see what 10 cents will do practical life a Presbyterian a moral and upright gentleman of Christian prin- Â¬ F N DHuy ciples Captain Marion Ryan and wife of The Minor family form many of the Louisville were in the city last week landmarks of the early history of Nelson visiting friends 101 Â¬ Â¬ county Nicholas Minor deceaseds grandfa- Â¬ ther emigrated from Virginia with a colony in 1780 and was identified with early development and in 1700 was a member of the Constitutional Conven Â¬ Monday on business tion together with the elder John Rowan Superintendent A M McOracken of and Richard Pratber Wm Minor Sr waa in town was J P Minors lather He was born the Henderson Route reared and died in Nelson county Jas several days last week Malcolm Bullitt of Louisville and P Minor was well known to this com- Â¬ George Bentley of Hawesville were in munity If you have a cough throat irritation the city Friday on business Dr Forest Lightfoot and wife of Haw Â¬ weak lungs pain in the chest difficult et us ere hero Thursday attending breathing croup or hoarseness esville suggest One Minute Cough Cure Al Â¬ funeral of Orvillo Gregory the ways reliable and safe Miss Minnie Murray Miss The bargain counter contains soma bonanzas Ladies heres your opportu- Â¬ nity Sulzers J M Coombs of the Wllber Chair Company of Cannelton was in the city and Alliens Murray are the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris Beard at Hrfrdlnsburg Mrs George Dowden of Brandenburg Is spending a few days with hor bereaved daughter Mrs Orville Gregory James Lander and S H Graves repre- Â¬ senting tho Pullman Car Company were in the city on business last week Lonis Stiles who was subbing for StaÂ¬ tion Agent Redmond at Irvington last week is back at his key at the depot Just received a nice line of small silver chatelaine watches and pins Will be pleased to show theni F N DHuy S A Anderson Circuit clerk of Oh to county and an ex newspaper editor was at Hardinsburg last week attending court Mrs Zack Hardin of Holt went to Hardinsburg Saturday to btthe guest of Mrs Morris Beard and MrSi Ojcar Hay nes Mr and Mrs Harry Hill returned from New Orleans where they had been at Â¬ tending teMardlgras iestiyjties Thurs Â¬ day Cold weather has not affected thq Vjfltni sell tropical and price of iruft domestic ruit at jpwest prices Julius SIpple WEST VIEW Delighted with sunshine J VV Jarrett Is visiting H J Roberto The filck folks are improving at this place Roscoe Laslle wishes to change the Board J E Mathews called on bis best girl Sunday Honesty is the best policy How many observe it J D Salllo la visiting J E Matthews of this place The people all wear a smile now since the weather is so nice Rev A H Dayla preached a grand sermon Sunday at Corinth Miss Edo Board pf Davis county is visiting her grandfather at this place Farmers will now gat to work I sup Â¬ pose as they have been restless about the bod weather The boys passed through this place with their engine They havo been tryÂ¬ ing to move for a time It is not consistent lor a man before marriage to tell a girl he Is willing to die for her and then xafuse to eat the bfsonit she taakes alter becoming his Mu B E Atwood o Ezbon ColOj whq has been the guest of Milt Squires and familjr at Hiujnsburg returned home Monday wife of section lore Mrs Matbeqy was it the Matheney pi man city Thursday atwpdjng the faiitiil ol grass country Dr Walker of Bewleyville was in FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS Guston trying to decide upon a tele- Â¬ 7011 SAIK Strawberry plants twenty dlfltr phone box which lto intends purchasing G W ent varieties Write for prices MNCIIBIL TobinportInd in a few days D W Lewis and Stuart Owing9 two Administrators Notice drummers spent Monday night with having friends and relatives at the residence of II Alj personsdeceased claims aeatnst the eitatc of 1 Ward will produce the same prop erly proved on or before the Fust day of April tAjif R J Patteson All partita indebted to said estate will come forward Mr Lou Cowley returned from Eliza and settle en or before said date JAMKS It SKILIMAN Admr w bethtown whero he purchased the fine February jo 1809 jack Prince of Mr White of that place Price paid 300 Messrs Z T Stith and Wm Cain of near Bewleyville were over here deal- Â¬ ing and Z T informed me that he was still talking through his coffee mill that hangs on the wall Mr Biuhard Wrather of near Irving- Â¬ ton says that dxing the recent cold spell he broke ice a half inch thick in his cistern which had formed several feet below the ground As an indication of prosperity It G Duns Agency reports for the United States 178 failures last week against 205 Co So much depends upon the purity of for the corresponding week last year the blood that by taking Hoods Sarsap and for Canada 18 last week against 35 OANNELTON IND arilla many different diseases are cured last year Charley Scott of near Big Spring was over here last week Charley is one of GUSTO N the Pioneer telephone men and takes great interest in the projects of this PRACTICAL SURVEYOR George N Lyddan has returned Mrs For information on sur- Â¬ county There are several new lines to from a visit to Louisville veying writo me at be put up right away and a switch board Mr Harry Board pf Holt visited his will bo located at tho resldenco of A J CLOVERPORT KY lather at this place last week Thompson Mrs Galloway of Louisville visited For La Grippe relatives at this place last Sunday Co U40 Wabash Thomoa Whitfield Col Jack Gross made a business visit MARE av corner Jackson st one of Chicagos ONE BAY weighs Height 1100 pcunds good road to his store at this place last Friday druggists oldest and most prominent ser and splendid driver Perfectly safe lor Miss Ida Hanks of Stephensport vis- Â¬ recommend Chamberlains Cough Remo an lady or child For information apply to ited Charley Andersons family last dy for la grippe as it not only gives a M F POPIIAM Cloverport Ky week prompt aud complete relief but also Jim Simpson who is U S gauger and counteracts any tendency of la grippe to DAN 0RILEY is located in Louisville visited his fami Â¬ result in pneumonia For sale by A R JOHN A BISHOP R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport President Ve President ly at Meadville Sunday Stephensport E R BASSETT Cashier Dr Henry Drury of Texas who is spending the winter at his old home PRESTON Bewley vllle visited our town last week Will Baskett sold to Ben Clarkson two The health of this community is un unusually good yrt ESfAULIillED 1888 Dr Frymire attended court at Har- Â¬ last week dinsburg Leitchileld Kentucky We are glad to see the sun shining bright and warm again Sam Robertson made a business trip Capital Stock 100000 to Lodiburg last Friday Paid in 15000 Mrs Dr Frymire lost all her beautiful flowers during the blizzard Â¬ Ask your physician this quesHenry Jordan of this place yisited hiB Wnat is the one great tion parents at Clifton Mills Sunday remedy for consumption MEREST PAID OH TIME DEF0S1TS O M McGlothlan is having a large He will answer Uxwiver barn put up on his place near here Nine out of ten will oil We have had a taato of the beautiful answer the same way snow and now It is mud mud mud I ex wnen ptrauiu uuvc Cornileus Bandy of Clifton Mills rnrmimntinn inev loathe all visited relatives here Saturday and Sun Â¬ day fatty foods yet fat is neces W M Frymire is doing a lively busi Â¬ sary lor meir recovery anu ness here in tho dry goods line Give they cannot take plain cod him a call livor nil Thf nlain nil dis Mrs Jennie Frymire want to Sample turbs the stomach and takes Saturday to visit her parents Mr anil away the appetite The dis- Mrs MUt Miller agreeaoie nsny oaor ana A few of the young folks of this place 4if make if almost unen attended the party at 0 Carts lost week J durable What is to be done and report a lively time was ans Â¬ The recent cold wave pouqtratqd This question several cellars In this community that rnade wered wnen we first You should examine our had always been frost proof before Â¬ How we sympathize with those strick en people at Morgantown and Hender- Â¬ son and sincerely hope the dreadful dis ease Is checked eer this of Cod Liver OH with Hypo- ARM Lodlbqrg Is our nearest shipping point Although that phqsphUes Uie roads are in such a condlUon but yas now thai it Is next to impossible to get Py flve years Ve wish that the overseer of Q yetU sjarab alone to Â¬ there that road would see that it is put in great remedy day the one Wednesday afternoon Feb 22nd Miss Florence Cain will begin a school hero thd first Monday in March and will teach two or three months as the attend- Â¬ ance justifies Garnettsville has had local option vic Â¬ tory again We all rejoica over such a grand victory and would be glad could we say the same of ourselves Why do smart men continue to wrangle of the Philllplne question It is a case of the inevitable and was settled a Sunday morning in May when Dewey and his brave followers mado themselves masters of the situation at Manila Right or wrong its our country we are to follow and hail to the beautiful Islands cne and all It was Walt Whitman who wrote It is his master Leaves of Grass piice he bavin worked on it ail his life I wIbIi I might say I had read it but I do not think there in a copy in all these parts Since it has been mentioned I have a des re to read it What is there about it that brings it up on Spanish year Whoever has tho poem pass it around and wo will see what we think Golden Rod help To Buch as theso the unqualified by Ex recommendation of Becretary Ohley is directed Is scientific and purely vegetable All druggists sell it Po-ru-Pe-ru-n- a WANTED TIMBER LAND XT ANTED Tracts of Oak and Poplar Timber YV nearjriver CRAWFORDSVILLE IUM- w I1KR CO Evansville Ind TUITION than you would pay any Merchant Tailor 10 15 LESS to thoroughbred stock steers at 5n They were as pretty as grown in tho blue JillECKENIUDGE NEWS OFFICE SALE Certificate In Ilrunt Dusiner s College Louisville KV Stratton Apply to Theso name facts and savings apply to Overcoats Dress Suits and every other garment By the time you make your selection got meas Â¬ ured and have the goods mado up you will bo ready to wear them COME NOW J Â¬ SULZER R EA D S J HHunsche THIS THE WONDERFUL save you money The TAILOR with Casper May Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month STAR GASH MAGHINE Is now in use at tho progressive and enterprising houso of BL JLJSTJD iP LlTOIsrS JOLLY KENTUCKY When in need of goods in their lino go to them to spend your cash and they will sharo their profits with you This machino is a business- bringer for the merchant and a money saver for the customer It works automatically and F A BE AVI N Every 30th Purchase any amount from sc up to Returned Free to Purchaser 10 FOR SALE ii nor waiting months for cheap No saving of tickets or momorondunis prizes but cash is paid you in hand if you should bo tho 30th purchasor of any amount Cash will buy more goods for tho dollar than credit In buying for cash you do not have to help pay for tho bad debts of others Call and see us and let us explain ths working of this great muchino more fully to you OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF BLAND Groceries 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 8100 Best Package Coffee 10c 2 lbs Soda 5c 3 cans Tomatoes 25c LYONSFIGHT STILL IN THE Grayson County Bank Dry Goods to 5c a yard Prints from Ladies worsted Dress Skirts 8150 a yd Hoosior Cotton by bolt Bargains in Mens Shirts 25c up 12c Pure Silk Bo3om Dress Shirts 81 for 25c Odd Pants at your own prico Complete stock Mcna Hats Shoes Hurdvvaro and Groceries Low aB anybody for tho Cash Iligh st market prico for Produco 1 2c ASH YOUR DOCTOR 3c Canned Peaches Bweetened Canned Boans fresh 3 cans White Fish 5c per lb 3 largo cakes wash Soap 5c Good Grden Coffee 11 c lb African Java Coffee 12o BLAND LYONS JOLLY KY d d Considering the Quality of Goods d A Ut REDUGiD flllD ni nTUIAIf Is goin Spring Line PRICES to make room T UUn ULUInlllU for our OUR LINES ARE COMPLETE AND OUR PRICES THE LOWEST EMULSION rwjy SCOTTS 1500 HIGH wfe Jtoecoe Laslle returned from the Ball topyu neighborhood ba with two for an anecuofu of tne inroai belter order and Mjb The tirttuie vA ohve been Vbtr fflWOR- - filends Robert Smftfr nd Herbert Walk Â¬ 1hpy organjJed hunting party In which all thebpy wer took apart and had lots killed a o sport fame again boy and bring j pur ferrets fata w he oH It hu been rsrdy er MfeeMotth ttlech fcctfeheN UkeSCQTTS It 16 Ii Preston wauta A spring school A blacksmith shop A BaYtJsl church A good1 Sunday schpol Aweddlng or two to cheerus up a Httje And some good weather so we can gett Singer Sewing Machine hJSL MfcMfcM Wo can ropair any kind of a machine tljat is mado and therefore can ropair tho ono you buy should it need it We Guarantee it for 12 months Does any othor dealer do Bafpre Puroftaffhig this neHptibbltead Gwgh Synm Wnf MModtaftefieM EMULSION TWWJte ml - Oalltmd oxamini ou Btockof Shoes Clothing GwoortyB Dry Goods Hardiro llfept Prico for Ctountry Pr6duco anMMWawnkla q Notions S wafe and1 Msq iff brpnctjItU FbytfclttU pewcrlb ffffcijaa end crlpp thl reliable raaady and to itcommo4 it I bacauM It drugs I DM Uk H JrSuUi esrw j woooancjjjrqpare ignpBBi jvftrH mpt Pvm la wfiviNHPl ttb pTf jLm rJJOvat iiiJi4iniiMtw niumui cum It 99i WmFJ Wfvtr I Wil Betxita aAlTOJUA jJMi aJM rW wwawwfg SHELMAN irtfi CQ Proprlcors t - THE BRICK IRV1NQTON KY i 1 - W it - r vw5rfPT xi ing to a good audience Henry Ham ot Louisville Dispatch Cash gald tor country produce Ben Â¬ WEDNE8DAY FEB 2i 1809 was in town 8unday jamin Andrew A F Beare hold services in the city Best work at lowest prices at T C GLENDEANE hall Saturday and Sunday Lewis the jeweler Boy P Grant of Morgantown was the Mre Will Hook united with theM E Bob Mercer was hero Monday guest of Miss Georgia McGubblns one church South ait Sunday Mies Carrie Owen is in Louisville this Miss Aliens Murray of Clovcrport la day last week week In one item last week boqueta was visiting Mrs M H Beard caused wo transformed Into bequests Thoro is no denying tho BoriouB I But it is first tho result of tho W K Moorman goes to Louisville this Jim Harris had a big run of custom at morning BUpposo by a typographical error thoro is a groat amount of lifelong study of tho greatest phy- Â¬ tho Hambleton Hotel last week fact that Mr Roberta of Utah seems to be Allen Deano Oweneboro is vifiltlDR Miss Nannie Green was here a few Bickncss from tho grip that over- Â¬ sician Amorica has produced a catching it on all sides A petition goes his parents days last week visiting Mrs W 8 Buff- Â¬ man whoso roputation was world Â¬ from here this week against him taking Miss Mary Mattlngly of Wost View worked mon and women now Beard his Beat in this instance Instead of a is at Utopia more than nnyothor timo of tho wide years boforo ho had over ar- Â¬ er Thoy have resumed work out at the woman in the case it is women W 0 Moorman went to Clovcrport on year from laesitudo hoadachos rived at this formula which bas stave yard after a lay off of about two Who over heard of tho habitual business Friday weeks Blight chills and fovor and other done so much good a man who croaker or kicker accompulisuing any J D Babbaee tho News man was Sell your butter and eggs to Benjamin auy to who here Saturday symptoms of imperfect health that has rocoived tho highest degrees Andrew Hardinaburg for tho highest thing or allowingcroaks ono elsepreacher Tho listens at their Mlsa Irene Board spent Saturday and peoplo fall sick more roadily now from tho host colleges who was at cash price school teacher in fact nothing in gener Â¬ Sunday at home Best bo wing machines on the market al suits this public nuisance timo of tho year tho timo of his discovery a pro than at any other Low prices Call and examine them Miss Nannie Green went to Hardlns- Â¬ T will say in behalf of the wanted and that whenever an epidemic fesBor at Dartmouth and a lecturor T 0 Lewis burg Saturday item last week that those knitters Tako your butter eggs and poultry to advertised for were to prepare eocks for Glint Beaucbatnp of Grayson county does appear it invariably plays in other universities a scholar a Benjamin Andrew at Hardinaburg and a gang of young chicks hatched during was in town Saturday havoc with thoso who aro run down member of a family which has mado get cash for them cold spoil and for some reason Mies Mellie Moorman was the guest oi its mark in every department of Miss Irono Board camo up last Satur Â¬ the late and out of condition the entire latter part of the item was Mrs Dick Owen Sunday is a day from Glendeane accompanied by left out loaving the Impression that the The utmost caution should bo public life in Amorica Kenny Board Hardinaburg is staying lady in question was in distress in the in the depot for Mr CurtiB taken to keep tho blood puro and remedy tho formula of which has Miss Mary Moorman All Taylor and John Cook are going hose line Miss Mary Moorman visited in Hard tho nervous system in healthy tone been furnished to physicians in into the morchantllo business at Custer To havo somo laughable experiences insburg Saturday und Sunday just start out to canvass the town for There is no more excuse for tho good standing always and which about the first of March Dick Owens who baa been at Lewis Misa Tula Daniel who bas been con somo purpose and though tho mission port several weeks is much missed prevalent symptoms of stagnant physicians wore prescribing long fined to her home a few weeks with be for good and perhaps moru to the Jesse Matthews has lately returned to impure blood in tho body than thero boforo tho present manufacturers interest of tho public than your own gripp is able to be out again Glendcane after a considerable absence put it up for public distribution is for tho barbarism of filthy Btreots Rev J W Bigham left lost Sunday for individually some will look at you liko Miss Eva Ilensley came down from Brandenburg where ho will be engaged they thought you a Green goods man it was discovered by Prof Edward Hardlnsburg Saturday and met her in a city or they expected any minute to have a few weeks in a protracted meeting vocal class the Gold Brick scheme sprung on Tho relaxed and sluggish action E Phelps M D LL D and Rev A H Davis announced last Sun Â¬ Capt Jerry Tilfords winsome daugh loads tho was first prescribed with wonder- Â¬ day night that he would begin another them of the oxcretory organs ter Floia is visiting her numerous A few citizens who are interested in body with waste material that pois- Â¬ ful success by that eminent group meeting at nis curch the second Sunday education are trying to secure pupils friends hero March The wire was put up Saturday connect- ons it and brings on headaches of practitioners who have mado in sufficient to justify an able teacher to For anything in jewelry watches teach us a spring school commencing ing us with Falls of Rough and Fordaville pains sleepless nights American physicians known tho clocks guitars violins accordions harps rheumatic by telephone March 1st and in order to do this a and profitless dayB duo solely to world over and of whom he was bows silverware spectacles all first Bchool agreement will have to be signed Mrs Milt Mathenoy went to Glover by a goodly number to insure said port Thursday to attend the funeral of the circulation in the blood or de then as now undoubtedly the most class call at T 0 Lewis Remember the SEED timo is before teacher that it will justify him to move Orville Gregory posit in the tissues of thesd waste famous the harvest You should be preparing in our midst All interested or wanting Joe and Sam Parsons enterprising matters which Paine s celery com- Â¬ Tho beBt test that can bo applied your seed in boxes now for early plants so send pupils will get further particulars farmers of MrDaniels wero delivering buy them at the Eclipse from R W Vaughn and A Crawford tobacco here last week pound alono can quickly drive out to Paines celery compound is to You can The extreme cold weather of last week Attend to this at once Last week it was cold and frozen up When tho arms hips or back feel use it kept many people away from court and The many friends of Mis Rachel B Mrs D W Lewis is quite herself again The natives of Derby and Ghenault this week mud and Btuck up next there was not the stir in town as is usual Lay will sympathize with her in the loss and played in her own individual style were Btartled by the report of a wedding tho twinges of acuto rheumatism it thing March winds and blown up If one is run down feelB with- Â¬ at the opening of a Circuit Court of her only sister Mrs Eastindia Green last Friday night which was said to have occurred Wednes Â¬ Misa Fannie Green left Saturday for is high time to relievo tho kidneys out energy lifeless useless fretful Benjamin Andrew ia managar of the well who died after only a few days Brandenburg is full of pretty bright day but it waa a false alarm near Cave Spring and bladder from tho strain that so James Nobletts take this great remedy and note new produce house at Hardlnsburg and illness and was burried Feb Oth near half grown girls just budding into beau- Â¬ One of the features of the party Friday church where she will teach a private The often brings on Brights disease the change school evening was the singing Misses Allen Constipation will no he pays tho highest cash prices for poul- Â¬ Big Spring Ky leavesdeceased was 01 tiful womanhood years of age and nine children try butter eggs and country produce and Warfleld sang My Girls a High Mre George Dowden and daughter We hear mellow wedding bells faint jiuvvi uiuyoy disquieting wiuiiwuuu U1 longer give one three boys by her first marriage Henry Tho revival which closed at the city which waa appreciated by Miss lone went to Cloverport to meet Bon Lady now but the pealing will be loud en Â¬ diseases wnn otner organs wnoso thought tho appetite will come hall last week resulted in the organiza Â¬ Smith of Louisville Stophen and Zack her daughter Mrs Orville Gregory two of the company at least I wonder ough for is to record a marriage nest health depends upon the purity of back sleeplessness and headaches tion of a young mens prayer meeting Smith of Hardin county By her last Dr Pusoy was called last Saturday to who week which meets regularly at one of the marriage the are six children all of them Two of the boyB seem very much de Â¬ Itev Rutledge gave two interesting the biooa 1rompt use ot raynes wiU to thinga of the pa8t Thifl is churches in town each week living near here except one son Pascal see Mr Eliaha Aehcralt brother of W pressed since- the departure of the party D Ashcraft who is quite ill of pneumo instructive helpful talks at Utopia last nnlnr mill ovo 4lo Greenwell who ia in South Dakota wi to Ekron They do say that they Bpent Some parties from Indiana have open- Â¬ ta0 experience ot men ana women nia week His being called to Cloverport viiijSaturday night at home and a hop at ed a commission house here They will weakened parts from yielding to in every part of tho country giving others prevented his My friend Mrs Mollie D Cain of Fatality of Croup therell Dexter too Well perhaps conduct a business of buving all the pro- Â¬ Mayfleld Ky is visiting her Bisters Mrs We desire to thank the people of disease como a time Statistics show that thousands of in Â¬ Thomas good health depends up- Â¬ duce that comes to to town pay the General Hamilton and Mrs Barbara Glendeane for their great kindness dur- Â¬ The party from Ekron left for homo In its peculiar ability to invigor- Â¬ cash for it and Bhip it They will buy J fants and children die yearly of mem- Â¬ Shacklette on the perfect action of tho nervous produce from the merchant as woll as braneous croup ing the recent fatal illness of our father Saturday morning via Stephenaport do not exaggerate We T L Curtis and wife ate tho body to make new blood currents tho vigor of the circulation from the farmer and this will always when we state Please remember Mrs Grinnella re There was weeping and wailing and George Curtis that overy one of these cital has been post poned until Easter gnashing of teeth when they departed W C Moorman has the biggest stock and to regulate the nerves lies the demand for it hero make a innocents could have been saved had and the quality of the blood r on account of the protracted services at and they do say Jimmie Brodie hasquite of gooda ever brought to Glendeane great value of Paines celery com- Â¬ The tallest man in this country spent Foleys Honey and Tar been given them His mammoth stores wont hold his pur- Â¬ tost bis appetite Well there Is one The history of Paines celery last Sunday In this city He is Mr in time Can you afford to be without the Methodist church in all wasting diseases and We regret to know of pur good friend consolation the picture was a good one chases but at present rate of doing busi- Â¬ pound your household A R Fisher Powell and sells Arm Hammer brand it in disorders of tho kidneys liver and compound has been made familiar soda He is seven feet and four inches Cloverport R A Shellmau Stephens Dr Robt Dowden of Sebree Ky has It ia next best ness the shelves are emptying rapidly to every intelligent household in been ill but are equally as much delight- Â¬ in height and when he walks out at- Â¬ port E A Witt Hardlnsburg Since closing her department of school stomach At Homes have been the feature of ed to know he is much better the land In tho clearest and most tracts everybodys attention because he Miss Mary Moorman has become a pupil the week There waa one Sunday night Paines celery compound rescues I intend to take Mrs H 0 Woodsons at J W Frymirea Monday night at H SAND CAVE FLAT She is doing excellent advanced work direct manner conscientious men is head and shoulders above the ordi- Â¬ advice and beforo anotherentertainment nary citizen Mr Powell stopped at the preparatory to going to Hussellvllle next shaky enfeebled norveB from pros- Â¬ Burchg Tuesday at George Gillilanda will take onr popular Judge S P Wool Wednesday at Mrs Z Brodles Thurs Â¬ fall where she will remain till bIio is tration and removes that feeling of and women have told of their rapid Lennin Hotel and an extra bed had to Mud more mud most mud tolk through a special course of coach be brought into service for him to sleep graduated A 8 Allens and Friday at J W utter exhaustion that causes so recovery from disease by tho use of on The ordinary bed Is not long Hereman Lays school at Walnut ing With just a few hints last Friday day at Frymires again Saturday all visitors Goshens faithful long serving suc- Â¬ this remedy uight he came right along enough for him to lie on and to accom- Â¬ Groye closes next Monday the 26th Those present Friday left for home cessful Christian pastor Rev W B Rut- - much despondency among bo many A A Claycomb sold a hog to Wash modate him two beds aro us d being night were Messrs George Burcb Ed ledge lias be en called for another year worried men and women Painea celery compound is un The meeting at the Methodist church placed side by side and the big man lies Hickerson that weighed over 400 lbs Fortunate is Goshen to have such a min- Â¬ began last Sunday instead of next as waa ward Stallman Chester Will John and approached by any other remedy across them Mr Powell traveled for It makes ileBh blood and Btrong John Cashman of Union Star yisited first announced The ministers Brother George Frymire James G Brodie and ister and fortunate the minister who for restoring the nervous system many years with Barnums circus and his son Craftnn Cashman in this commu- Â¬ Bigham and Bro Rushing could only Paul Mitchell Misses Hallle E WarnolU has Goshen nerves was represented as tho tallest man on nity last Monday night be secured now Hence I have post Â¬ Byrd Bruner Maggie and Bobbie Brodie Sheriff iiurtons uniqio way of writing Paines celery compound is not a when broken down or impaired the continent J W Jarrett Jr is attending tho B poned my recital until about Raster Mary Allen Zilpah Frymire HI Roberts Â¬ notices for Blow tux pajeiH shows that patent medicine It is not tho dis from over exertion of mind or body N Colli ga aud Ib well pleased with the The weather ia disagreeable the County Dora and Etta M Frymire Mrs Richhe knows how to catch the peoplebjatten Dr Balls Cough Syrup is the bst Commencement ia on baud for March ardson and Mrs Craycroft The evening tion His saint and sinner appellations covery of some quack doctor of It strengthens the digestive pow- Â¬ remedy lor the bronchial affections It is a great instruction he is receiving Music waa pleasantly spent by all mistake to allow a cough or cold to run on lor it get around to all of us Theres but one Aubrey Hickerson was visiting his 4th so it is as well whom his profession never heard ers renews the blood and acts in may develop serious throat or lung trouble Take euchre and other games were part of the our sheriff Burton and hes grandmother Mrs Fannie Hickerson Meningitis has done fatal work in sev The booby prize of a lead program put up by tho vitalizing curative thorough Uulls Cough Syrup at once near Hvzel Dull last week Be lie successful farmer hustling busi Â¬ it is not a concoction eral small towns and in Louisville Dr pencil was giyen to Georgo Frymire and STEPHENSPORT ness man honest capitalist or what not some man who first invented a manner that makes it tho grandest Syrena Jarrett will take your order for Pusey says there is a controversy going As the the clock pointed to the thats lit for the place Glendeane has name and then adopted a prcpara help to Buffering men and women Bibles hymn books and other good on now in medical literature aa to its wee ema hours of morning the good some admirable material for tho legislat- Â¬ books Read good literature and be in- Â¬ being infections and contagious Dr nights were said and the company de Â¬ Warmer but roads dreadful Pusey says it was here in 1803 and was ure men of fine intelligence sterling to fit it it is not a secret remedy the world of medicine affords W 0 Blaln of Pateaville waa in town formed on general topics parted worth unquestioned honesty popular The Bbkckenuiikie News and The very latai une doctor says be uad as Sunday Eavesdropper enough to run just like a Breckenridge soon have a Spanish Mauser aimed at Western Recorder are two the most crop will be cut out this year by recent MULDRAUGH General choir practice next Friday democrat is going to have to run to reach tersely gotten up papers we have ever One as an attack of this terrible disease freeze evening Frankfort seen Read them and be up to date The Rev Mr Bingham preached last 9slsBSiSwAHslAXSAJlsa3ftw The recent cold spell caused the loss Mrs Lee Dowell spent Sunday in 0 W Withers went to West Point Miss Salhe Robertson and Miss Jessie He made a Rev Sam Jones proved himeelf to be Sunday night on prayer of many young Iambs and other stock Hawesville Sunday Carey are two more Utopa out for an ambidextrous politician in calling out moat favorable impression The Rev Miss Ella B Hendricks was the guest Miss Cora Best has returned from a the statistics ot Hon W J Bryans tax Mr Rushing will be here to day Mon- Â¬ T W Hart of Stithton was in town graduation from tho common school of Mrs Sim Dooley a day aud night last yiait at Petrie course They will take the June exam- Â¬ Monday list Ambidexterity may be a good thing day Bro Rushing assisted Bro George MEN week ination If each district of Breckenridge The Navajo Medicine Co gave quite or it may be used for evil One deflni Cundlff in a meeting hero three years II Reesor went to Louisville on a Gal Hendricka has the Texas fever it a ambition even grand business trip Monday had Glendeane ton of the word is double dealing The ago this month A cordial welcome to NO PAY NO is said and it ia possible may sell bis old Meade county could easily lose her politician while he holds one hand ovor him He ia afine singer and so are Bros Mrs Adams of Indianapolis is visit- Â¬ farm here and go NEW M ETnOD TREATMENT Till self in our shadow As it is whos lost the eye of the public may put the other Bigham and Leltchflsld ing her brother Mr Todd original with Un K K will pott 1 Why lost And how long will it con Mrs Dr Hardin in her girlhood was It was a grand thing to see the snow ttreiy cure rorever any lorm or uiooa or into the public treasury The lawyer Miss Carrie Beghtoe ia visiting friends go off without sexual uueaio n is mo result ui ev a rain Not so mueh dan Â¬ tlnueso while he holds one baud over the eyea one of the brightest and most interesting yean experience in the treatment oi and relatvea in Louisville these dleeases ger of a largo river now especially of his client may allow his clients pro- Â¬ individuals in my school Sidney Owen has gone to Bowling Howard Eliott of Tip Top was the to drift into other handa Ia thla when it came to impersonating are reperty WE CURE SYPHILIS Green to onter school Thero are other guest of S L Harrington Friday Gas supply was cut off at BickerstafT Scrofula is tho most obstinate of blood the meaning ot that word Mr Editor 7 citing on the stage She Ib still fond Of Breckenridge boyB in Bow lit g Green during tho cold spell Jim had to do This terriblo Blood Poison the terror Josh Montgomery of Cincinnati spent troubles and is often tho result ot an of mankind yields readily to onr HKVf Up to date writers should use moder seeing othors act In interesting roles but boys any county would bo proud to Borne hustling to keep up wood fires llewaro ot ileronry TKBAlMHNT Â¬ a pleasant wtek with friends and relainherited taint in tho blood S S 8 ehe insists liko the well known author Potash etc Tbey may ruin yonr system claim Jeff Glasscock of McDaniels is Uncle Sam Board col never put up is tho only remedy which goes deep lied spelling The business department you have tores In tho mouth or tongue tives It that old things ve best and that en Â¬ there John Willis tint best Iidepend pains in toe points soro tnroat nair or any ice until it began to thaw Guess enough to reach Scrofula it forces out of the National Educational Association W W Douglass of the Courier-Journling ouipimpiesor uiuicuse which met in Washington city last July tertainments now lack the enthusiasm of ent Normal man I ever mut told me lost ho thought ho would wait until it cooled overy traco of tho disease and cures rnffamont sore erM head- the sweet past Perhaps we all feel thus waa the guest of Mr S Harrington eto yon have the seconds fy itate aehes made some very sensible changes in Bummer that Jeff is one of the best off a little vo souciv u or tills ji ova rouon tho worst cases spoiling which the writer thinks should The smell of the jessamine comes back students he ever saw and that his work and family Sunday most obstinate cases and ehallenge the Geo P Benbam stands a 12 hour My son Charlie was afflicted from Infancy and we sigh for days that are none world for n auo wo aooert for treatment Misses Edna and Lulu Harrington watch every day at Kentucky beating by tho state board of educa Â¬ in Latin could not be excelled and cannot euro 13your treatment the with Bcrofala and be suffered lo that It was be adopted I have an invitation through the kind Â¬ ulcers heal the hair grows again pain tion and put into general use Tho Mr George Curtis aged 13 years was spent Sunday at West Point the guests companys pumping station in Shacklet Impossible to dress him aiBoppoar vnetKin utwmuuui of Mr and W H Yates for three rears II li altho thoro thorofare thru catalog ness of Mrs W D Ashcraft to the marriage ll possible und tale Hollow Has been there all winter stricken down with paralysis Friday County Gommeucement The subjects head and tody wera prologdecalog demagog pedagog These Mrs Ben Winterbower Rlneyvlile uncon morning lie remained in an CURES GUARANTEED One ot tho Rood ladies of the neighbor- Â¬ nui of sores and hi aro only a few of the words changed In assigned the seventeen graduates are scious condition till Saturday night when and Mrs Dr Reesor Stithton were the hood cays the cold weather froze all of eyesight also became Thourandipf young and middle aged very interesting ones indeod The mu these days ot national expansion the affected No treatment men bavatheirVlgo andilUllty sapped death came Mr Curtis was staying guests of Mrs H Reetor Sunday thy management of her roosters to death She was out bunt waa spared that we by early abuses later ejeesaes mental dropping of all silent and unnecessary sical numbers under with his son His remains were shipped worry eto o matter toe cause our Mr and Mrs J T Brown of Louis- Â¬ ing for others to put on the walk last thought would relleTO him bat he grew wore New Method T roatmenl Is tne teruf e letters from the English language is Mlsa Dalay 0 Mclntlre are well selected to Albiou Ills for interment Active ville have moved back to the Dawson week oondlUon was until his I am glad to sou Mlsa Caro Sears Part highly cominendablo Indeed pitiable 1 had for his age energetic kind sociable he property We aro slad to have them WECUREIMPOTENCY Your county is agitating the question almost despaired of his rid gefi name pn the musical program On Tuesday eye Feb 7th at tho hour X will be missed Mr and Mrs Curtis with us again when A uol restore all tnrts ta a normal eonut have been very auxloua to hear her of good roads Old Meado should be do- Â¬ eTor belnir cured friend by the adYlceol a tlon Ambition life and energy are re- of 830 at the hopifl oi the brides par have the sympathy of the entire neighwe Rave htm 8 fl 8 pf Commencement Is Saturday ing the same No county in the state The dafo newed and one fiutls himself a man He Pooled the Surgooni Btrltta SoeelflaK Ads ents Mr and Mrs Wm T Claycomb ot evening March 4th at Court House borhood amom t men iirerr case ia ireaieu in- has more convenient material for mak Â¬ elded Improvement was the result and after 730 Yldually -- no cure all hence ourwonder All doctors told Renick Hamilton of he had taken a doien bottles no one who knew Owenaboro formerly of this county Wliss opjock No matter The Utopa have resumed their Fri Â¬ ful lueceM confidentially what kill you ing good roads than this one ot his former dreadful condition would have Cora B Claycomb- was united Id mar Â¬ I We san fur consult us West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 recognised him All the sores on bis body day afternoon exercises and promise fine I bonds to guarantee to oceoa The ate cold weather brought out nlsh bank Some very floe crops are being raised have healed bis skin Is perfectly clear and riage to Mr H Oline of thatclty Both months from Rectal Fistula he would pllswtiatvecjaim work this Spring Special features last charitable institutions and their full to perfect by the farmers of this neighborhood in smooth and he has been restored Uabkt are members of the Walnut Street bap worth to the fullest extent The ill Mm 8 8 health Friday were a recitation by Misa Alma die unless a costly operation waa perÂ¬ engine 800 Kim Bt Moon Qa house at pumping station Gas tint church The groom owns property Wind blew distress to many a poor mor Â¬ Mattingly a song by Eddie Moorman formed but he cured himself with five company They believe In the old say Â¬ We treat and cure liMIJfll For real blood troubles it Is a waste in the city and U a very efficient barber tal and the boys the school paper Miss boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest ing of talk it ovor before you begin but It also brought out the good of timo to expect a euro from the doc- and Js noted for his pleasantry May Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in Mary Moorman contribution to paper Loulayllle charitable side of others IDHAINH Fox hunting is one of the past times tors Blood ulsoases aro beyond thoir joy and usefulness attend this union ol Sold by mKfbNVlVandllliApns Styles Howard paper by Bailie Robert Â¬ the world 25 cents a box skill Swifts Specific pime boldly to the rescuo ot her needy JONBUJTAllOW now while John T Ditto is in the neigh Â¬ son the little ulenueune poetess Visit- Â¬ Short A Haynee Druggist hearts Th writer with a boat of ojior In out own county there some urrrlng J uname for ors present included M lanes Edna Ella QlUfSTrON lihANK borhood John will get an opportunity and We who do not tome face to lace with friend extend conratuhtonS TKKATMKNT and Georgya Robertson Nannie Owm to gdt back at he Breckenridge mans LONG BRANCH wfehes then destitution cannot Tealle what the poor Lulu Moorman Nannie Fisher Mr Tom Bveryjoy Ma lleayeq cso send long chase Jobn says fox hunters are Moore Hit Dave Howard Mrs Dave needy Bailor la such blisaards as we Wealth and srery kind pf treasure your county roaches all deep seated cases whloh KEDGAN 1EDY Moorman Mrs Dr Dempster Mrs Lucy Jno K Ditto was in Louisville last noted for lying and that other remedies have no effect upon It J ave bad Our g od hearted sheriff Mr Health sod tare to you my friends possesses one that J the greatest pro Hunter Mrs Jeff Onen and the jolly week is tho only blood remedy guaranteed i jWilllam Rhodes who eases in contact And hapeiaesi without measure 1 W enjoying and enjoyable Col Eli Deane purely vegetable and eoatauui no pot doccd Mrs A Ditto 3t was sick In bed ono The news ot the death ot XasttadU with dlatrfc Mligly homeless and pennl ash mercury or other mineral CINCINNATI O day last woek Oar Coautlpatloa rorever foririrtjr Cent Books BMlled free to address W Greeawall oi Wg SpriBg formerly ot this lieu nbj jets Ul ol a family the father 9kC4screU Candy Cathartic lOo or Ma Guaranteed tobaopo habit curemekeaweak fas blind ia the lews wnl ql MmhUj wlw arwdbijoc There is no question but the peach ana If 0 0 0 fall U core liracgltts refund arose ulyea sure Me ti All AwifHM Breckenridge News HARDIN8BURG an amusing entertainment Friday even- Â¬ Bll friends and relatives especially to her sister Mrs R B Lay Tho deceased was 01 years of age aud leaves nine children to mpurn her loss Threo sops by her first marriage Henry Zack and Stephen Smith One ot them Henry lives in Louts vlllo the other two livo near her homo Throe sons and three daughters by her last marriage James Elijah and Paschal Greenwell Florence Ida and Venus Greenwell One soni It Â¬ Â¬ wero in a miserable old lUblf with a The broken cooking stove for warmth Â¬ children about Blx or seven with loot frrzonj tho fathers extremities fifren to hlsknets And thoro they remained un- til Mr Rhodes and a minister oftbo gon pof removed them to a tenement house Ahl how often thoso whom God has blessed forgot the Scriptural truth about tho omnlprcsont poor How quick wo are to complain of our own surroundings Elijah lives In 8 uth Dakota and one forgetting lo look around for some ono to daughter Florence ia now Mrs Morgan aid I beliovo it la impossible for a gen Â¬ of Big Sprlny The children and rela Â¬ erous kind hearted sprnpathetlo soul to tives hav our Hincerest sympathy and miss the gales that lead to Life Eternal to tho one th tt is far away purlin pa theso While It selfish close fisted money wrapped-up-in-eel- f peoplo beautiful words of the poet is very ap Â¬ sque sing sing hymns and mako long prayers who propriate My mother I a hen I heard that thou wssdesd squeeze in I wish to bo excused it you Say km thou conscious of th teat I shed t pleaso We can only point tho friends to the one who never fails to give comfort to CHENAULT tho bereaved Ab Roberts has been seriously 511 but We cannot thlnkofhtra dead is rapidly recoverlug Wh6 walk w Ith us no more Along the path of ifa we tr ad Misses Byrd Bruner and Hattlo War She h but gone belo e Held of Ekron havo been visiting friends And when tl eerenlng of her life here Drew neanr lo a close I Twas then the toller lef her tailc Joseph Allen ot Louisylllo ia visiting And ought that blessed repose relutivea aud frlenda in this neighbor- Â¬ Then draw us nearer thee O Lord hood And guide us bj thy loje That when our tailc on earth It done Goo Burch of Mooleyville was at We all shall meet above Chenault part of tho week I wondor why There Is No About Dick Eldor was thrown from n mulo No question indeed with thoso who Â¬ have used it but that Foleys Kidney Friday morning but ho tho mule escaped unhurt Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney Paul Mitchell of tho steamer E G and Bladder disease A R Fisher Ragon has been here tho past week on Cloverport R A Bhellman Stephens account of tho ico port E A Witt Hardinaburg John Cunningham and Tom Hargisof Derby Ind w4re the guests ot Miss Hi BRANDENBURG Roberts and Bobbio Brodie Sunday Mesdames Richardson and Craycroft Geno Fountain ia 0 K on an encore of Ekron left f r their homes Saturday Miss Andra Brown ia visiting in They were the guests of Mr and Mrs J Ekron W Frymire Tho attendance at tho Normal exceeds Will Bomeon who knowns kindly ex in number last year plain to us the Stallman method of inÂ¬ D W Lewis ia at home from a trip to ducing girls wbx are indisposed to per- Â¬ Tennessee in the interest of his business form on the piano house Paul Mitchell was presented a beauti- Â¬ It is Mrs James Fountain has been very ful I valentine By the Little 3 ill But at thia writing Bhe is very much needless to say it was appreciated as it is both useful and ornamental better it uu l vMl wuiuuu - 1 1 NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED CURE Scrofula a Vile Inheritance al Â¬ L yygLj5 n Â¬ awf - 250000 m CURED sja CCCBr Blood Th ay 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