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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f VM 1 ti fi1 T - rvn- j - - mP THE h X RECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT MARCH 22 18S9 NO 36 VOL XXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY i tho surplus population ol overcrowded I remember when our Biirplun labor as ho Is yet comparatively n young man But because oil Is cheaper then it was Europe that it imve new foo Is such an wiiit to new countries likit Iniliata durliiir the war our Breckenrldge county Indian corn and the potato to the world Illinois and Missouri nnd the ynuiu apologist defends this great infamy and created a vast commerce which men of my neighborhood enme back And becausa Rockefeller occasionally benefitted the whole world alike They with their Dockets fu I i f innnev nt t throws a sop at a church or college ho is say that next to this was tho discovery thoco who r nialnid took up iinni8tean hailed a a prince of charity foigetting of gold in California In 1840 because it and became wealthy I rjn ember when as a yoniiK man that every time he makes one of these vastly increased the worlds supply of mouey and thereby made necessities of rnultl huv a tract of uod lend In 0- - nlral bequeststhe price of oil goes up Owingto the richness of our soil the what bad been formerly luxuries tbat It Kentucky with th- - ontld tit aiBSOMJIELYfcuRE salubrity ofour climate and the InUll nabled the great middle classes to sit in of uaviig for it with the nopa it geuce industry and frugality of our peo uhairs to eat at tables with knives and produted in three yeais time Hut tint Makes the food more delicious and wholesome pie we have been able in a manner to fork to hive carpets upon their floors time has passed eoTst ranma powota eo titw vork endure the unequalities of tariff and pictures upon their walls to build There Is no place for our joung men money legislation and to have tbe prices school bouses in which to educato their to go They are ftandlug idle in the oi overruling m the way ot manufactur- Â¬ children and to build churches In which citiiH villages and country hoping and prayinu for eomt thitur to do Our home ed articles fixed by the trusts and corn thoy could worship God FREEDOM GARRETT bit es But when it comes to having the If this is true then the next greatest steads have nil been taken up and when HE WANTS TO BE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL pries of our lubor and all that wh pro- discovery was the finding of silver in the government opens an Indian rt starv- Â¬ duce fixed In the fame manner and bythe almost limitless quantities in our west- Â¬ ation to settlement you will find settlt rj Mud is all the go JeB8lJameBofEkronwoshoreTliurs same remorseless power then we become ern mouutaine camped or months upon the border and Mr Berry Norton and family visited day indeed hewers of wood and drawers of There It lies unmined nnd untouched committing murd r in tho mad rush for Mrs Millie Fowler last Sunday water and nre in a condition worse than in shiuii g heaps as when placed there hornesuail pro emptltins The contol Rad Dowell went to Brandenburg slavery Itself by tlo Creator for the enrichment of dation of industrial fstabllshineuts 1b Mr Ransomo Norton purchased a fine Thursday I know that we have preached to us mankind But this vast wealth which throwing hundreds of our young men Bill Jbunk and John Burch went to tbe doctrine of vested rights which had wouid bring such unmeasured happiness out of employment and reducing the young mare at the Henderson sale ilB rise in the Dartmouth college case to the American people and the world Is wages of thoRt who remain For those We are sorry to hear of Mr Isaac Nor- Â¬ Garnettsyllle Wednesday the dectrine that although obtained by locked up not by tho will ol the people reasons i believe that we need new mar Â¬ ton of Nortons Valley being Miss Lula Miles is spending this week sick force or fraud the rights of tho corpora- Â¬ themselves as those who love them but kets nnd expansion of our trade with Mrs J T Collins at Ekron We have more interests in an open Mr Royalty was in this section last tion wero higher than all law than all by the savage greed of tbe money trust TO prut in China than all the nations of week surveying land for Payton the parent of all the trusts courts and all constitutional nanntlnn Miss Bula Dowell of Stith Valley la llaynes Why cannot we treat silver aa we treat Europe corahlnt d Before the war with I believe that as in the case of the lotter- Â¬ the guest of the Misses Fouchee this I suppose R MDavis has gone dead Spain I was oppoao for fear of jobbery ies whose charters have been held to be cotton in the south coal In Kentucky void as against public policyflBe people or iron In Pennsylvania as a great to the building of the Xlcaruguan canal or either married and moved out of the week but now I am lor building it with Amer country A small but representative ciowd of within a few days after it convened a of this great nation iiave the legal an wealth producer Mrs W B Mattlngly returned home ican money fortifying it with mericait Why cannot we treat It fairly Meade county dmiocrats assembled at bill wns introduced to ri nsal the otate and sovereign right to throttle the gi Â¬ MissLelia and Ruth Klncheloe of from Lousvillo Tuesday where she had L t every mau in this audience im gantic monsters mer- Â¬ ami sending tinough It long and bIIuiv the court Lousy at Brandenburg Thurs- Â¬ railroad commission which was not then armoure crushingwhose life blood out of auiiiH that he is the member of a colony ciimon marine to compete with our Europe Hardinaburg was visiting in this neigh- Â¬ been to buy spring goods chant the a constitutional office day afternoon to libten to n epeech de- gjiig out to occupy a rich island of for the trade of China Japan and all the borhood last week Being asked at to how I would vote tbe great heart of this country Mrs Neam Dowell children and livered by Janus Andrew Scott of Frank Â¬ upon the bill I replied that I would ex Â¬ Mr B R Fowler says tbat he is aim- Â¬ mother of Ekron was In England the corporation holds its whicti wo have heard Every man has islands of tho Pacific the truest of H L I believe that we ought to take our ing to find him a girl If he has amine the auditors reports and the re charter at the pleasure of thequeon and an equal interest in tho island and is to fort candidate for Attorney General to go to Rhoads and family Friday labor for common stood When we stand at the head of nations of the Mr Scott was introduced by Attornoy ports of the commiesion and would for any tendency to monopoly to ex- Â¬ reach it the will fell the forests build world and lead tbem tbe in trade The Antiochtoflndher we all vote as the best interests of the state tortion or corruption of parliament tho Henry Payne of Illinois who has James Hardin and Bpoke against tbe dictated Ed Hook closed out his school at the queens counsel may bring an action to houses churches and school houses doctrine of good end bad nations with been here several days returned home We take gold and the right of the better to discipline the Bandy trusts Ills speech which was reported roads and bridges I made the examination and found vacate the Charter and dissolve and district lost Monday with an ennation in interests of by a special representative of the News that the pupose of the bill was to en tble wind up the affairs of the company I silver with us with which we trade with degenerate and the peace tho the world has tertainment at night which was very in- Â¬ Friday Hugh and Bob Buckler accom- Â¬ of the natives of tbe surrounding islands humanity the railroads to escape the payment of a believe that the common law of England panied him home to make their future was as follows come to be atcepti d and accordingly teresting we feel our importance vast sum in taxes which they were then having grown and expanded with tbe but home as a nation and we desire a mint and only a fow months ago we saw the navies Mr Chairman and fellow citizens Some of the old bachelors around here payiugandaccordlngly I voted and work- Â¬ growth of this country being elastic and of Europe riding in the harbors ol Greece Coming among yon almost a total stran- Â¬ ed against it passage In spite of all that suited to the absolute needs of the peo- Â¬ money of our own say that they are sorry that we wont A party of hunters come in and report saying to Turkty You shall not do ger and seeking tbe high and responsible could be done however the bill oars id ple ie applicable to all combinations and Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the mountains of this Island this and to Greece You shall do have a leap year until 1101 office of Attorney General of this main the house nnd went to the Snnate where trusts But the troublo bes always been that Hitch up This remedy is intended especially for And but for the friendly inter Â¬ your cheer boys snd go right in it is due to you thatyoushould know who it was defeated buc not until a resolu- Â¬ that the arms of our officers in high which belongs to all of us great deposits that I am where 1 hall Iromand what 1 stand tion to investigate the lobby had bBeu pmces nave ueen paratyzeu ever since of bitb gld and silver have been found ference of England we would today see Ed Hook says he has had the distemp Â¬ coughs colds croup whooping cough I leave it to any person present be he the navies of tho world anchored in New for Hence you will not think it r got passed the war from ihe supreme court judge to and tniluenza It has become famous ism ii I tell you that I was born among I had the honor to oe made chairman the district judgj the federal judiciary republican gold man or populist if as York harbor and saying to us Hands er for five months But I guess it was for its cures of llieso diseases over a large the Western hills of Franklin county of the house investigating committee baa been packed with the creatureu a business proposition it would not be to oil of Cuba and upholding the claims some girl where he was teaching or where I was bropgat up upon the farm and I believe that the other tntlemeu and tools of corporations And in tiiis tho interest of nil to mine and coin both of Spain I would build a navy com- boarding that he wanted to talk too part of the civilized world The most mensurate with our greatness aa a nation I learned to till iue soil receiving in composing the committee will c unite in respect Cleveland has been no better gold and silver alike flattering testimonials have been receiv- Â¬ my youth a common school education liven it a more powerful island adjoin Â¬ able to protect our fhg and tbe rights of and the girl wouldnt talk to him and I ed giving accounts of its good saying that the defeat of tho bill was than the republican presidents works When quite a child I hurried through due mainly to my efforts The federal anti trust statute known ing had a single standard whether gold American citizens in every seaport and suppose that is what he calls distemper of the aggravating and presistent cougba my tasks in order that I might atteud oi silver wouid it be wisdom upon our whenever and wherever people like the as the Sherman act is destroyed by tbe After the It has cured of severe colds that have the public political meeting 01 the day served on mesession Iended notice was proviso tbat no action shall be instituted part to strike down one half of our Cubans Porto Kicnns or the Filipinos that if offered for were struggling for liberty as France did While I sat at Ibe feet of such men as yielded promptly to its soothing effectsi under it except by the direction of the metallic wealth enough money would be Every one will say No I but that was in our case 1 would lend them a friendly I Beck and Marshal and Imbibed the tra- and of tho dangerous attacks of croup it to cause my defeat The be- Â¬ attorney ueneral of the United States hand In New York harbor we have ditionsof thn democratic party and ob ing an unequal one I returnedfight my And who is tbe attorney general of the exactly what we did to has cured often savicg the life of tho For Infants and Children We may grant that in somo respects Bartholdis great statue lifting a ilamiug tained the first impressions of the fa pructice alia carried tnu warfare A former governor of into the United States child The exteusive use of it for torch on high representing Liberty En brie of our government there my courts where the records Btate ol New Jersey made eo by the Mr Cleveland was a great statesman The Kind You Have Always Bought will attest tbe 1 believe it is but as all gr at youthful imagination was fired by tbe whether have sometimes he lightenim the whooping cough shows that It robs that I tho ability and industry trusts and conveniently transferred to made a mistake doctors diagnosis do his the hiuh destiny World of America not only to in his recital of the deeds of our toldiera and to take care of In the attorney generalship of the United disease ot all dangerous consequences Bears the Bailors and the sacrificed which such men against corporate the peoples interest States by Mr McKinley for the express celebrated message demanding the re- Â¬ enlighten but to free the world I be greed and monopoly Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and Bignaturo of peal of the Sherman Silver Purchasing lteye that the declaration that all men as Clay Jefferson and Jackson made for But I want it distinctly purpose of nullifying the anti trust law R A Shellman Stephensport their country I determined that come I recognize the necessity understood that as shown by the fact that until thi good Act which brought on the panic of 18ilt are born free and equal is as profound a of He said that foreign money lenders truth as any found in the Bible what might I would make the oppor- Â¬ and their Iegitmate rights corporations nour no district attorney in the United I be- Â¬ before the tunity by eel education and perserver courts and the legislature I like to ride States has ever been directed to enforce who were furnishing the money for the lieve tbat tbe time will swiftly come ance at Borne day to meet my country in comfortable care to have the use of the law although the trusts are spring- Â¬ gold syndicates which were developing whon men will look back and wonder menupon the hustings and vent the the telegraph and all modern conven Â¬ ing up on every band like the fungus this country doubt d our ability to that they ever bowed down to kings or ambition which consumed me to take iences I want a bank in maintain the parity of the silver we wore queens Our fathers and our brothers which to de- Â¬ mushroom growth of a nuht coining As kings and our mothers wives an humble pait in our public atJaira it are If I considered only my selfish inter- Â¬ only about GO the silver dollarof had in as and our posit any money I may happen to have cents To this end I struggled until I reached for myself or clients and You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known silver sisters are our queens I want insur- ests I might say that trusts or no trusts measured by the goldworth Tho principles contained in our declar- Â¬ standard but the me age 01 iwenty iour when alter my ance companies so that I may be im I could make an humble living being investment is improved Real Estate Secure your ground and write to money marriage and tbe birth 01 our first born demnjfi jd ation of independence and the American niters looted Mr Cleveland should fire destroy ray eat wear but I I removed to tbe napltolof my state and And notwithstanding the cry ofhome sure of enough to and and to posterity to They knew as everyone knowB that constitution are rapidly undermining the have six children their time every hoof of stock every town lot with tottt ring thrones of monarchy and with- Â¬ began the study of law I had u yer look- Â¬ ed into a law book btf jre but believ- Â¬ eerveis and demagogues against corpor follow meis for them and human kind its buildings and every acre of land in in a few decades at least tho doctrine And it ing that by tbe same application which ations I here and now declare that I thai seek not to tear down or destroy this country was pledgod to the integrity of the divine right of kings will be I would willingly serve In a sheriffs pof se of our money looked upon as a relic or barbarism and made a successful farmer I could sucbut And to show that they knew this and blasphemy ceed I set to work with such determina- Â¬ if necessary to protect the just rights of and to build up and preserve the rights of the people the liberties tbat the cry of intrinsic value was If the universal brotherhood of man is tion that within a year I had license property of any corporation whicu deals It to practice in the highest couit in the fairly and respects the reciprocal rights your is for ths and this alone that I ask sham and a decoy tor MrClevoland and ever to be recognized by church and suflragep I am not such as he withiu a few short months state if indeed we are to have peace on State What succt ss I have had I will of the state and individual Since leave to the lawyers and judges of the against corporations because they are country the formation of parties in this thereafter they walked Up to tbe desk of earth and good will to men if men Long Distance Telephone 494 until the war with what slight the secretary of the treasury and paid a everywhere are ever to bo actually free corporations but I am against discrimin- Â¬ utatetoaay I am satisfied with it how- Â¬ ation extortion and combination against intervals the democratic party has been large premium for our bonds which were and equal it will be due to the example ever and want it understood now that of the when mere written promises to pay I of the American people it is not for the paltry salary that I seek anjoue ordo not intend to be misun- Â¬ In control domocrats government have alwavs been intrinsic value and but for the haying no derstood that any banker or other united the The glorious war just closed credit of the office of Attorney General But it seems to be our the government would have been worth Spain was a Democratic war and with person interested in a corporation shall in the majority was iiut with tbe combinations and trusts go away from We split upon tiie no more than Jinuon seeds fate to disagree here misunderatanciug forced by ii united Democratic press and springing up all around us controlling my position slavery question not because the party and for illustration it is The bonds were not payable in gold minority in Congress which touched and the price of not only all we buy and the was against slavery but because soma of nor were thoy in the labor of tbe country but all that we this our leaders were for the the Missouri lawful money payable in coin but Thirty aroused thn great liberty loving heart of The legal rate of interest is 0 per cent of the country produce and with the great struggle of America its If gitlmnte liuits its glories compromise and others wero against it years hence at a time when there may upon the battlefield and upon the high 1000 looming up before us I would But tho banks usually chargo 8 and lit- Â¬ were be no government existing Beas can be justly claimed by the Demo rather bold the office of Attorney Gen- Â¬ tle grumbling ofis heard But suppose Bome others for squatter sovereignity were not and others again all the banks in your while Whet IB that magic what sleight-of-han- d cratic party eral of your State than to be Governor tbe presidents county should meet together and agree were free Boilers Just aa Borne demoÂ¬ performauce which makes a printBut for the stand of our Democratic twice over or the vice president of the that unless all paper was renewed and crats today claim to be bimetalists oth Â¬ ed paper bond of the government in- Â¬ leaders we nil know that the Cuban United States secured at 10 12 or 15 per cent by the ers are for unlimited coinage and others trinsically better than the 50 cents question would have ended in a dis- Â¬ If providence had specially created an graceful boud deal engineered by Mark opportunity for a man of honesty ability first day of some month the loans would again want a limit and some disagree as worth of silyer in the silver dollur the ratic There are none so blind as those who Hanua and the world would bo robbed and courage devoted to the interests of bi called in fn order to prevent disaster to Through ourdlssentlons the republican will not seo gold of the sublime exhibition of courage dis But his fellow men to distinguish himself the farmers and merchants who had the which was lamely in the minor democrat or republicanthe blindest to see played by American soldiers and sailors cannot fail and earn the everlasting gratitude of the money borrowed would be competed ty slipped in just as tbe republicans at Santiago and Manila that Mr 01 veland was imposed upon people for all time no g eater opportu- Â¬ for a lime at least to agree to such terms In extorting such terms I maintain that under McKinleys leadership slipped to say the least Let us give the world an example of nity could be presented We spilt upon slavery for a long time American generosity nnd magnanimity After I bad practced my profession such coracienceless shy locks would de Â¬ in While I am glad that slavery has been upon the tariff and again on sliver but to which it has heretofore been a strang- Â¬ for ten years the people of my county serve to be entitl dlo no more reepic of our dis- Â¬ 1 appeal to you that whatever may be er of giving back to n people its liberties saw tit to make me tlinir repr tentative than the hghwyraau who latsin wait abolished as an illustration question agreement upon the money I in the General Assembl which con- withmask and drawn dagger for his victim will state that as a child I remember the your views upon the question you will which we tinvti conquered a deed to Its not verify the predictions of our enemies territory which we Have bought witli vened in tbe winter of 1880 7 Soon af- Â¬ To the credit ot our Kentucky baukera discussions of my father with my ter my election the various railroads of it can with pride bo said that they 1 ave My father would never own slaves uncle and split upon the question of expan Â¬ our blood and paid fir with our money A m he sion fewtuoh m nin their ranks But the Lut us foster encourage and protect the tho state sent me free passeo over their trusts and industrial combines are made was conscientiously opposed to traffic in discuss the matter dispassionate Â¬ United States of Cuba the Kopublic of lines Believing that a sworn trustee of human flesh but he believed that as ly Lets among ourselves haying the Phillipine Archipelaito restore the peoples interests should be free from up of ust such men the Southern people had acquired the done that lets agree and alter majority to the Hatvniiau Islands and liberty Belug etripoyed as counsel b the To- Â¬ the any obligation to thos- - who might ask that slaves as property under existing laws may rule In the sense of the conquest or which a Republican administration has for favors 1 returned the passes with my bacco Urqweis Lsague of Kentucky whrch was formed for the purpose of they should be paid for them and that the subjugation of a people stolen bast wishes and compliments was done they should keep X did not know I am nut an expansionist But I be- Â¬ Fellow Democrats do not be deceived then that any favors fighting in selfdefense the great Oc uti until that would bo aiked of that legislature But nuntal combine I bad occasion to e am them uncle said that he was tor the lieve that owing to our common schco by the cry that the silver itaue is dead My ine what Is known as the Chicago sock system wo are the moat intelligent peo Beforo the drum beats to muster the yards cases which went to the supreme union and tho constitution and the fi iir ple on the ace of thu globe owing to our Democratic hosts In 1100 the question of court and I found that what was known of his country My father replied I patent laws which have so greatly stim Â¬ expansion will have bedii Bettled But aa the Cattle Feeders Association ron also love the union I revere the consti- ulated our inventors we have become a whether it has been or not for tbe love tution and would die for my countrys a nation of mechanic trolled not only the price fir tho sale of and wo know of country of family and posterity do every head of stock in Chicago but that flag but this war is not beinit waged forÂ¬ more about machinery electricity and not divide upon the question In this the preservation of the union or the con- its appliances than all of tho balance of matter as in your church school or city by combination with the railroads in all stitution but for the abolition of slavery of the territory West of the Mississippi council let the majority rule as it has Old countries world put together My uncle would say If I believed the France to the boundary line of Mexico and the Germany are buying the right to rule like that I would join tbe robs army to- our machineryand 1aclfiu Ocean the rates of freight were Atuurican institutions are founded up- Â¬ from bicycles to locomo- Â¬ Those who havo Rheumatism find arbitrarily fixed and controlled by this morrow and give up my life if necessary tives as well as Russia and South Africa on the right of the majority io rule to prevent it themselves growing atendlly worse all association and not only this but that It On account of our constitutional pro- Â¬ Deny this principle and anarchy and My father If the while Ono reason of this is that was within its absolute power to fix the conlideracy is would answer see the vision guaranteeing to the citizen the revolution will follow as the day follows crushed the remedies prescribed by the doctors nrlpe per pound of all the stock shipped negrdes not only free you willwill the right to bear arms from tho grandfather night but they walk If tho silver question was ever rght it contain mercury and potash which U- Â¬ iruui Hint vast uomain to tbe same polling place and vote with his ride in his rack to the boy with ltimately intensify tho disease by caus- Â¬ right and an I said I wanted insurance and I do up you and their cbildien will sit in his toy pistol we know more about mak is stillissue can weif it is not to isme then with present tho ueonle ing tho Joints to swell and stiffen at a reasonable rate While I do not ing cleaning repairing and using fire what the schools with yours reducing a severe aching of tho bones Thoy say tbat silver is arms and explosives than any other of tho country S S H bus been curing Rheumatism know how you are affected by the In- Â¬ Under the pretense of preserving tho people dead aud that Bryan Ib deatl and that a surance Dombination known as the Ken- Â¬ for twenty years even the worst cases tucky and Tennessee board of under union and tbe constitution and the We have about 80000000 of popula- Â¬ new issue and n new loader must be pre Â¬ II o not put off you wish in Repairs Give us which seemed almost incurable writer I do know that in the cltv of honor of our flag tbey fought for the- tion and they are like a lot ol fish in a sented but remember that no silver man abolition of slavery when flt any time be- pond tbe larger Bwallowlog the smaller has said bo If Bryan Is not our leader your so when you need the machine will be Cant O K Huffheg the p o p u 1 a r railroad Frankfort tne rates have becomo so bur then we havo no leader I ask the sound ready to go densome that in some cases they almost foio 18frtH tbe true olject of tho war conductor of Columbia 8 0 had an experience with Uheuuiatltm which convinced him amount to confisication money Democrat who oppoioi RepubThey said that ban been known whole armies of union that there la onlv one lican principles and desires the success if we would put in an electric fire alarm i odlers would have thrown down their cure for that painful dis Â¬ BLOOD CURE SENT FREE to of the Democratic party to name a lead I wasa ease llegayn the rates would be reduced and we put a ms or gone overhas the confederacy up- Â¬ repeated it self Ami bo history gnat guffercri roni mua er who is purer who is greator who Ib In the alarm at great expense and the oular Hlieumatlsm for question rates were raised they said that If we on the monoyfalse cry of sound money A Cure for Bloqd and Skin Qlaeates Eoze- - more firmly intrenched in tbe aflectlons two yeara I could Ret Under the of the American people lie has the ma Pimples Scrofula Blqotf Poison no permanent relief would put In modern water works fromaur medletne pre Â¬ heart of a Lincoln whose every pulsa Â¬ system thn rates would be reduced We and national honor a host of democrats Cancer Efo scribed by mr physician were cajoled humbugged and buncoed tion beats lu sympathy for the oppressed have the finest water works In the world nnd finally rounded up in the gold I took about 8 doseq bot Â¬ pateat met If you havo tried snfapjrill of all mankind the statesmanship of A by which we are Enabled to confine t tles of your Bfl8and pertinent by the shrewd money clneaud doctored and Slid hare old the akin J flrirsoii the patriotism of Clay and tho camp now I am well aa I ores pimplei dislreaitos ompilom of fife to tbe building where It breaks out itandurdwho made tbolr dupes believe aver waalnmy life lata shirks arms or let itching ont9n Irritating ikin lion hearted courage of Jackson 5 and tun rates were again raised ure that your medlolnt Ironblei creou scrofula ulctri contagious blood they wero patriotically fighting for Where is there a grander leader to cured tneand I wpal4 Finally as a roust against tho lijus i that best interests of the country poison ftvqr sores mercurial rhsumatUua catarrh reonmmfMifl It tn inrAMA th bolls face with Hide sores cancer or any lulad the serried hunts of Democracy lice our grami jurV mulcted ana our iiSerUnLfrom any blood disease There never was a time beforo Mr blood taintcoveioi sire 11 H then becauia if trusts courts t ffned all1 ho boards insuiaace McKluleys election when the gold Ml 11 llotanlc Wood llul U ii a trial forjust iuch Rihiinst the liitrencbments ofgreed and inadt monopolies of corporate fail to come and look before buying will and Everybody knows that Rheumatism companies but they still defied the law and ir euros to slay cured those Stubborn by Six and one half millions of pay you blooa is a diseased state of the blood and ana the courts i threatening again to standard would have been accepted anda fxit JImsscs that Ofber mlliler edlclass all even power ihej irity of the American people to benefit Allabotenamed troubles are evidence trained political soldiers the old guard only a blood remedy Is the only proper rttlsu the rates knowing tlilfha pen who pulled tbe rf bad dUesst blood In the body and II U II of M stand ready in their armor to obey Irtattnent but a remedy containing the or or I have never mot but ono defender of Hires pretendaUut they wire for hi cures because it forces allbody polnon andImpuritysys his command and with one mighty rush blood humors out of the potash and mercury only aggravates bones entire the trusts aRppubHcnotBreckearide luetalUju propose to march Bhouluer to tern To remove all doubt Of Its potver to cure we they county who cited tbe Standard oil com Â¬ They knew that tbe eanmeous dosa offer to send to any iulTeier a simple bottle of ll II should Upon the iutreuchmeuts t i the as agieat benefactor It is well would never be swallowed at one gulp I absolutely free U U U Is ah old well tried enemy of the people aud once more pany remedy luncu eln9erthatifcui country is underlaid but tbey proceeded by adroit manage Â¬ lor the people curej by R U II yeara pstaycured known tbat this sgo are well fornver establish the doctrine of equal With vast lakes of plLwhlch ran be pro ment to array their dups against their to ttsy and tree from all Mood iitpai Itle privileges to all and exclu lvo privileges duced in thejawMate for 1 corny1 per Earty knowing that or this they would 1 zAYJ to none Cuoer Bleejf Eating Sorei iTlAl gee r and that once made jsad they Cancer ot Nose ip fare esror neck external direct to gallon and can be refined and put ppqn Sinlf Vegetable a wpnld do what before as hoawt dino or internalI etneer bleeding suing sores ate all r iMMAWihe dltiBM nd per llwjBarket fqr another cent 1111 the most powerful blood puri caied by Give me a liver regulator and I can ika wagabk ro8t Yet w liave Mr crate they would havo shrunk from Ii drugelsta ssll U11D st It per average profit Political economists tell us thai the fier made eklj blood remwiytg uonmteed to oonx Jtockefallw making a Vox trial bottle send two slatnps tu regulate pie world bcttU Urge said a genius Xbe ilk addition udou ttymrv mlou of sit sold dlicjvorr of America by Columbus was postage sad u sample heir enf 11 II I will druggist handed him a bottle of DeWltts by return mall AdJresi Hl OOO DA LM In 4la finnlu Va IBAnJdAliA uwuju Hhu greatest boos that wm ever conferred Cy CO 31 j llltcUli aCitUWa OuHpeifriboyour Little Early Risen oW7K w 7TPW-W-VfC I J the famous little upon mankind tbat It gave hooaiw to lb symptomrasMi fisyetyysaaal edlf4ja4sfco will be Books mum fr0 by Swift Wltwieb pUb Short Haynes lutfgig wrx swrrawwH oppremd of all nation and aa outlet for Win h Dv worm BUST THE TRUSTS Was the KeyNote of Scotts Speech At Brandenburg Royal Powder Â¬ He Urges Democrats to Stand Together Against Monopolies A SPEAKS FAIR SIZED AUDIENCE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ forth-comin- g CASTOR A S Tke Vr i5 Over Â¬ 1 JP WILL COMPANY LUMBER FOR PRICES ON SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etc LOUISVILLE KY ATTENTION FARMERS Â¬ lowest prices and have the largest stock of Remember we are always in the lead with Â¬ Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Glover and Blue Grass Â¬ FERTILIZERS Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Crippled by Â¬ Rheumatism Corn Planters both check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse Five Tooth Cultivators One and Two horse Tooth and Disk Ilarrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Ilay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line IMPLEMENTS Oliver Chill and Plows of Every Description Â¬ REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY order what it Â¬ Â¬ BUQGIES - QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY BEAUTY Dont u 40 Other Jobs Surreys Etc and a beauty Each a bargain It Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up DICK S lM41wkartiiulinik JyJg Â¬ ADDISON 8pwUI4fWLBf VW ADDISON KENTUCKY v rs TVfiB Breckenridge 9D News kV a Bttsg Editors and ProprUtn IfiOT THE BEST PRESCRIPTION Physicians Use and Recommend Paines Celery Compound THE SMALL BOY SAID The School Entertainment Was a Dandy Ills Father and Mother Echoed His Words What was undoubtedly the most unique original and entertaining school entertainment ever given in this city was tho ono tendered their parents and friends by the pupils of Miss 8hulla pri vale school at Mattlngly ball Saturday Tho program was a most delightful one and all tho numbers were splendid ly rendered and reflected great credit upon Miss Shull whoso tasto ability and versatility were exemplified all through the course of the entertainment The pictured hymn Jesus Lover of My Soul rendered by a number of girls dressed in white Grecian robes was art aud poetry personified Tho posing and expression was beautiful beyond descrip tion Tho recitation by little 8 ull Haswell entitled The Bald Headed Man was prettily rendered and seemed very much enjoyed by Dr Simons and Key Joiner The Fishing Party a recitation by Al Hennen LaHelst was a m st pleasing selection and was heartily applauded The Peach which proved to be the undoing of little Johnnie Jones and his sistor Sue was recited by Wallace Mat tlngly The club swinging exercise by a class of boys demonstrated Miss Shull to be a lady of great versatility and strictly up to dato in her methods The boys went thtough the exercise like veterans and their proficiency was highly complimentary to their instructor Master Robert Pierce one of tho brightest aud most dimunitive represen taties of the rising generation recited Whitcomb Rileys immortal Raggedy Man in just the way that Rileys little hero worshipper would have said it The gossip pantomine was a most realistic piece of acting by the girls It seemed to please the masculine portion of the audience immensely but the women seemed to rrgard it as an aspersion upon their sex although one inadvertently remarked Its true to life It receiv Â¬ ed three encores The song Reuben and Rachel ren- Â¬ dered in costume as a character sketch by little Emmett Slpple and Edith Burn excited the risibilities ol the au- Â¬ dience until it roared with laughter The rendition of the song was quaintly amusing A comedy sketch The Irish Love Letter was rendered in a very spirited and pleasing manner Miss Lula Severs acted the part of a young mistress to peifection while Miss Louise Babbage made as sweet charmintr and naive a colleen bawn ma chree as if she was raised in the Emerald Isle Wallace Pierce as Gyp a coal black lady ser Â¬ vant girl was out of sight The bit of the evening was the character sketch song and cake walk entitled Ma South OarIina Rose by Allen Pierce assisted by Wallace Pierce Alle sang like a sure enough vaudeville artist He was blacked up and primped up until he was a nigger dude of the sport variety He cake walked with bis part- Â¬ ner with such grace and sang frold that Tommy Ferry said Allens hot stufl and Ill back him against Frog Eye Tho entertainment was just short enough varied enough and piquant enough to keep the people amused in- Â¬ terested and eager for more all the way through Considering the short time for preparation Miss Shull accomplished wonders She deserved the wealth of hearty and sincere compliments that were showered upon her Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ giKiSS GXg WEDNESDAY MAHOH 22 SMVl IVU I And Boautitui JsLarmngers or spring ana summer aro our SIX PAGES NEW RIBBONS All colors and BiiadeB in Now Corded Ribbons Depressed Is It not duo to nervous SUMMER CORSETS AT ALSO A FULL LINE OP 35c HHKbHk jrssssH niht exhaustion Things always look so much brighter when we How can are In good health you have courage when suffer- Â¬ ing with headache nervous prostration and great physical weakness Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits By removing the How cause By taking Thomsons Glove Fitting FBOSCB and Ferris Good Sense Waist WHITE GOODS Big assortment in Whito Mullp India Lnon PiqucB COLORED WASH GOODS JAMES ANDREW SCOTT In this ieaue of tho Xmvs is a till and exhaustive report of the cpetch deliver Â¬ ed by James Andrew Scott candidate for tho democratic nomination for attor- Â¬ ney general at Brandenburg Thursday The picture presented is a fine likenesH and we hereby introduce the gentleman to our Bubfcribeir l poisonous materials from your It removes the cause of body your suffering because it re- Â¬ moves all impurities from your blood Send for our book on Nervousness To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bowels Ayers Pills cure con- Â¬ stipation and biliousness Wrlfo rprhnpt yon would like to coninlt ome eminent physicians about your condition Then write us reely ill the particular In your cto You will re Â¬ ceive a prompt reply without cost Address DB J 0 AVER LoweU New Dress In Plnide Checks and Stripes G inghams Fancy Madras Novelty Printed Piques It gives activity to alt parts that carry away useless and White or Colored Ground For the benefit of enquirers tho im mune regiments now attached to tho United Sates army are provisional regiments recruited in the southern states They are composed of men who have had yellow fever and other diseases characteristic cf n tropical climate and are considered proof against a second attack hence the name immune Â¬ Â¬ Beautiful Figured Percale New line of Printed Dimities Scotch Lawns and Embroidered Batiste SPECIAL IN DRESS LINING Black Fancy Colored Stripe Skirt Lining to otw Doctorm Chicago III Dec 12 1898 Another Moorman Gentlemen It gives mo pleasure to A ten pound boy Jesse Jr came Sun Â¬ certify to the good effects from Paines day night to gladden tho homo of Jesse celery compound for my patients in gen- Â¬ eral debility and liver complaints A Moorman of Glendeane Andrew L Lundgren M D in Why ablest If you have a cough throat irritation America do the prescribe physicians rec Â¬ openly use and weak lungs pain in tho chest difficult ommend Paines celery compound breathing croup or hoarseness let us First because Paines celery compound suggest One Minute Cough Cure Al Â¬ is not a patent medicine It is not the of ways reliable and safe Short Haynes discovery of some quack doctor is whom not a his profession nover heard it concoction put up by some man who first Spotted Fever Kills Two invented a name and then adopted a James Bennett and Hiley Simmons preparation to fit it and it is not a secret two well known citizens of Beaver Dam remedy But it is first the result of the life- Â¬ Ohio county died of cerebrospinal men- Â¬ long study of the greatest physician ingitis last week America has produced n man whose reputation was world wide years before Beard UeJarnett he had ever arrived at this wonderful The marriage of Miss Annie M Je formula a man who boa received the from Jarnett and Mr Marvin D Beard will be highest degrees time of thu beat colleges Â¬ his great discov who was at the quietly solemnized at the Baptist churchi ery a professor at Dartsmouth and a lec- Â¬ llardinsburg Wednesday eyeningApril turer in other universities a scholar and a member of a family which has made at 8 oclock its mark in everv department of public If your child is cross or peevish it is life in America Prof EdnurdE Phelps M D no doubt troubled with worms Why do progressive and intelligent WHITES CItEAM VERMIFUGE will physicians of every school prescribe remove the worms and its tonic eilect restore its natural cheerfulness Price A H Fisher 25 cents ILL to any ottier remedy Because it has prolonged the lives of thousands of sufferers It has made their Bick patients well The best test that can be applied to Paines celery compound is to use it If one is run down feels without eveigy lifeless useless fretful take this great remedy and note the change In its peculiar ability to at once invig- Â¬ orate the body to make now blood and to regulate the nerves lies the great value of Paines celery compound in all wasting diseases and disorders of tho kidn ys liver and etc uiauh A neglected complaint though slight at the beginning may through negle t cause a lifetime of misery The ringing in the ears the backache or the general debility unless the body is braced up again may teach one by bitter exper-Â¬ ience that disease can creep through very small holes Paines celery compound stimulates the kidneys improves the appetite and digestion drives out any scrofulous ten- Â¬ dency in the blood and actively encour-Â¬ ages the nutrition of the nerves and or- Â¬ gans with the result that the whole body takes on flsh and color the surest indl cation of improved health It makes people well 1 Paines celery compound in preference Fast Black Porcaline Double Face Printed Silesias IIss OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Ia a poem in leather We have just opened a new spring lino of Ladies Misses aud Childrens Shoes and Oxfords It g will pay you to call on us even if you do not buy fa SIGHT UNSEEN Oklahoma Man May Marry A Chenault Girl Has Never Seen The Object of His Affections V 1 W SsIXSX C MOORMAN GLENDEANE KENTUCKY FLOATER ANOTHER UAPTIST tfoved to Ekron Micliall Meyer the well known merchant who has heretofore been located at Custer ha moved to Ekron where he has opened up with a fine stock of eral merchandise Â¬ FOUND Dead Man Had Tattoo on Him Rev Rutledge Welcomes an Eight Pound Boy Early Monday morning Rev W B Rutledge was s en on the street holding a pair of balance scales in his hand There was a merry twinkle in his eye and the evidence that something unusual had happened were so apparent that the Nkw9 reporter inquisitively inquired Well Another Baptist replied the minis Cfiruc this morning nnd weighs ter eight pounds He will make his future borne with his parents Air and Mre W B Rutledge Congratulations gen- Â¬ Marks Deals in Stock Henry Kurlz bought of Jack Haring- ton last week a pair of three year old Was Found By the Crew of the John mules 15 hands high for 6133 He alBO A Wood sold to Win Baskett of Uuston two milch cows for 10 The body of an unknown man was sighted near Roberts Lauding above Have ou a cough A doss of BAL Â¬ Stephencport Saturday by tho crew of LARDS HOitEHOUND SYRUP will the tow boat John A Wood The relieve it Price 25 cents and 60 cents drowned mail was 5 feet 8 inches in A R Fishei height appeared to be about 45 yeais of age He had black hair and was dressed An Ornamental Front in dark clothcB witli blue overalls The Amiel Oelze vent to St Louis Tues following tattoo marks were found on day to purchase an iron front for his him On his right arm initials 11 1 K contemplated building It is his inten- Â¬ on left foot a woman standing with tion to make tlm new structure two stor Â¬ right foot crossed and holding a bird in ies in height and work will begin on it right hand by April 1 I have been atll cted with rheumatism Here For a Trade for fourteen years and nothing seemed The Fawn in charge of Captain to give any relief I was able to be Will Smith of Owensboro was hero Sat- Â¬ around ull the time but constautly miff urday Captain Smith had his bride ering I had tried everything I could aboard and she was enjoying the cruise hear of and tit laU was told to try Cham Â¬ The captain was here for the purpose of berlains Pain Balm which I did and getting a trade for tho boat but did not was immeately relieved and in a short succeed time cured I am happy to say that it You can be cheerful and happy only has not since returned Josn Eixuit A R when you are tell If you feel out of Germantown Cat For sale by Fisher Cloverport and R A Sbollman sorts take HERU1NE it will brace you Stephonsport up Price 60 cents A R Fisher Â¬ J H Catlin is a breezv Westerner who hails from Highland Oklahoma He stopped here on his way to Chenault He ia the hero of a romance and took no pains to conceal tho fact from the loung- Â¬ ers nt the Mitchell hotel Ho said this was his first appearance in Kentucky and he was here in search of n wife He haB been corresponding with a young lady at Chenault whom he has never seen and if Bhe cornea up to his expectations he will muster her in ond take her for bis own for bettor or for worse As yet the fate of his speculative sweetheart is unknown and those who know of his romance are wondering if the Chenault girl is destined to be the wife of the Oklahoma man or whether sho is fated to live a life of single bless- Â¬ edness To allay pains subdue inflamation heal foul sores and ulcers tho most satis- Â¬ factory results are obtained by using BALLARDS 8NOWLINIMENT Price 26 eta and 50 cts A R Fisher AAWNVAVAAVi VEST Just to Make Things Lively we offer you the same FLOUR you pay 55c for 1 He Fooled the Surgeons All doctors told Rmick Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after siiir ring 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die uulesi a costly operation wai per Â¬ Programme formed but ho cured himself with five boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the world 25 cents a box Sold by Haynes Druggist Short The following is the program of tho Dont Tobacco Spit and Sniole Tour ire Auijr Sunday school Convention of the Black To quit tobacco easily and forever l mag ford Association which meets with Mt netlc full of life norvo and vltor tnke the wonder worlcer tliatmalies weoli men Pleasant church Fordsville Ohio coun- Â¬ strong All druggists Wo or 1 ty Ky on tho 12th day of April 1890 Curo guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York at 10 a m The possibilities of the Sunttay ichool Con- vcuuun oi mc iiiarKioru Association KILLED BY THE CARS C f Ilruncr H V Mnrtnn nri I n irn l 1 Arthur Lost his Toes Gregory the son Berry of tit rndon David Gregory while carrying dinners to the shop last Friday undertook to Jump on a moving train He missed his footing and his foot slipped under a car wheel Ho ha J a very narrow terapa from death but he will only be com Â¬ pelled to go through life with a few lees toes than nature gave him John Some Women Many women think the bearing of chil- Â¬ dren is a necessary period of great pain and distress They doubt whether any medicine can relieve their sufferings Well moy they hesitate about taking those injurious internal mixtures so widely sold But they may place implicit faith in ji jt o lo Irvington has a wedding on tapis In- Â¬ vitations have been sent out by Mr aud Mrs James Bate Herntlou to the wed Â¬ ding in which their daughter Miss Charlotte Brashear Herndon is to oh united in marriage to John Taylor Berry of Clarksville Tenn The wedding is to take place April 111 h at the Baptist church at Irvington an I 30 oclock Tho couple will lie at home to their fileuda after May 1st nt 420 Main street Clarkevllle Tenn Going Down Hill Doubt People suffering from Kidney Disease feel a gradual but steady lss of strength and vitality They should lose no time In trying Foleys Kidney Cure a A 11 Guaranteed preparatlou Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsbunj j Fine Wheat Audrew I Hook who lias a farm near Garfield lias twenty six acres of the finest looking wheat in the county lie sowed the cereal tho third week in Sep tember using 100 pounds of fertilizer to s the acre Ths wheat stands six Inches high all oyer the field MOTHERS FRIEND which Is a softening relaxing and sooth- Â¬ ing liniment for external use Doubting women should get a bottle at the drug store for 1 and test it There is no possibility of Its doing harm and there is every likelihood of Its saving them msny hours of pain TUB BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA tIPI jiitJtJtjtjtjijt II One Minute Cough Cure cures TM Is wbt It wm au4 tar Logs Lost A man named Harris delivered a largo tow of logs at the mouth of Clover creek Saturday for Sellers the Cannolton lumberman Owing to tho tremendous rain of Saturday night the fearful cur Â¬ rent broke one of the rafts loose and two Josephine Ball man and J T Johnson At the season of tho year when pneu Â¬ hundred logs ran out into the rivor of Dukes attendod the funeral at Louis- Â¬ monia Ia grippe soro throat coughs Part rf them wers captured below hen ville Tuesday colds catarrh bronchitis and lung trou- Â¬ Much pain and uneasiness is caused bles are to be guarded against nothing is a line substitute will answer the by piles sparine neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ same purp se or is just as good as MENT cures the most obstinate cases One Minute Cough Cure That is the Price 50 cents in bottle tubes 75c A one infallible remedy for all lung throat or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously R Fisher upon having it if something else is OLD CITIZEN DEAD offered you Short Haynes DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Jubal Hook Expires at His Home Standards of Manly Beauty Near Custer Dive Murray 8 J Snook Hon Ben Perkins Morton Yonts Mott Ayers and Jubal Hook one cf the oldest and Harry Tandy were considered tho hand Â¬ Do you want an article that most respected chitons of this county somest delegates at Hopkiiuville you cannot got in your own town died at his home near Custer lost Thure convention Judge Dempster Co Ad Younff of Henderson J John Kally of day but is handled by n big concern in The deceased was 80 years of age and Cadir and La Vega Clements of Owena Louisville If bo drop a letter la connected with many of the most boro would not permit their namiB to be considered in this connection prominent families in the county Cadiz staling your noods to He ratted a large family of children all Record of whom are married Jubal Hook was Not oue child dies whero ten formerly a hiiiu of flue character and wai greatly MISS ADDIE G DITO died from croup People baye learned admired by all who knew him the value of One Minute Cough Cure Purchasing Agent Edurato Your lloneU TU CaicaroU and use it for severe lung and throat Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever JOc tto If a OO fall druggUu refund money troubles It Immediately stops coughing 1919 Brook Street It uever falls Short 5T Haynes May Not Recover Louisville Ky George Robbius of Webster Is very Notice lov with typhoid fever and Is not ex Lick of space has caused us to defer pected to live the publication of several Important Sho will gladly iurnieh you communications this week Farmers m with all information and assist you look for Dr P VV Footea areat artlolo on Mistakes and Fall ores iu next iu buying The relation the Sunday school sustains to me aavancement oi the church Former Citizen of Dukes Run Over nt Teachers ltatcllir II T Cmul anl M f me lings Should they be encour- agra ana now conducted f Louisville M c Truman Lewis Hurdett 5ce be What may h done to no case our attend unco In Sunday school Joseph Franks who formerly lived at Wash Hlchards Mort Mosely J L Drown Suriitaj Dukes near here was run over by a The missions school as a means of fostering C 11 Coleman W H Oldham OW Jones passenger train at Louisville Monday H D BnowN Sec morning and killed His sister Mrs TI r The same you 5J cents lor J 50cBaaT H LADIES We jingle money in the pockets of the people te WAvvvvva VEST veBiireoB lvEu6y Lomi NOXiB 3sX Jfcx1 33PCTr3sJCar Ftobr OloTwport Jty Foe wit by A K Â¬ o jk v o atx jm Worms rirAM weeks paper 5 i bank OF 9 2v 41 HAEDINSBUEG B F BEAItD A1ILLEK M lit BEAItD WILL President Caalior Vice 1reBldent a G W BEARD MORRIH E8KRIDGE DIRECTORS J B M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS SP HARDIN8BURG Cash paid for country produce Ben Â¬ jamin Andrew Born To the wife of P M Beard March 17 a girl Prof Milton Coke has been down the past week with tbo measles Mr Elza Harned bas a position as clerk in a business house at Vine Groye Sell your egga to Benjamin Anderson Hardlnaburg for the highest cash price Thcro will bo a lecture at the city hall for the bonoflt of tho Lucille Orphans Homo Mr Gub Brown has been appointed superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school at this place Will Jolly and wife of Sample were here last Saturday and Sunday visiting count of the wind Therefore we get and benefit to his pupils and from the but littlo mail pleasing report of their first meeting it Mr Guy E Burch of Louisville camo will In r short while be a dealing foat down one day last week to visit his par uro for the parents and patrons enta and sister Miss Rosemary Dont forget there will be prayer meet Mrs Mitchell and McGinty of Derby ing at the Methodist church Wednesday Ind having visited Miss Beeslo Cun night at 730 oclock and at tho Baptist church Thursday night same hour Lay ningham returned home Sunday Miss Ivy Mitchell Bessie Cunning Â¬ aside all other duties and attend these ham and Blancho McGinty were the services You will be the better for it guests of Miss Mary Allen Thureday and Satan will receive a hard lick by such a course on the part of the people afternoon of this town A Thousand Tongues Brother Litchfield preached us some Could not express the rapturo of An good sermons Saturday and Sunday and nie E 8pringor of 1125 Howard St notwithstanding the weather had very Philadelphia Pa whon sho found that good congregations The earnest words Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- Â¬ of exhortation to both old and young tion had completely cured her of a hack Â¬ should sink deep in the heart spring up ing cough that for many years bas a ado and bear fruit that is for the common life a burden All other remedies and good Surely no one who heard could doctors could give her no help but she not havo been impressed but for the says of this Royal Cure It soon relieved better by the many rood thoughts given tho pain in my chest and I can now sleep A gloom was cast oyor the community soundly something I can scarcely re- Â¬ Saturday when it was learned that Miss member doing before I feel like sound Â¬ Anna Hamilton Tyler was dead Her ing its praises throughout tho Universe remains wore taken to Louisville and inPo will overy one who tries Dr Kings terred in beautiful Cave Hill Cemetery New Discovery for any trouble of the May He who doeth all things well com- Â¬ Throat Cheat or Lungs Price 50c and fort the bareaved family Words cannot 1 00 Trial bottle free at Short f ay express the feeling of sympathy in every ues drugstore every bottle guaranteed heart for the bereaved and the sorrow for the untimely death of one so young Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aurora Mo havo ruovqd back to our town Mrs Susan Haynes is visiting her daughter Mrs Lula Kmlth Vine Grove Miss Flora Sullivan spent a pleasant Sunday at Vine Grove the guest of friends 8 L Harrington has secured a posi- Â¬ tion in the Mammoth clothing house Ijoulsylllo Miss Mattlo Withers left Monday for Newark N D to vIbU her sister Mrs W H Hall Mr Tom Mobley of Long Gtovn was tbo guest of his sister Mrs J W Thomas Sunday 0 R Reesor who has been attending medical college at Louisville has re- Â¬ turned homo to spend his vacation Mrs Charles Osborn and Mrs Allre Withers visited their aunt Mrs Llzz Chandller of West Point last week Miss Margaret Harrington has return- Â¬ ed homo from Bowling Green having graduated in tho business college of that place Have You Had the Grip her father 0 L Pate R N Miller Judge Board and Morris Eskridge attended magistrates court at Bewley ville last Friday Parties who have bad tbo measles are recovering and there is not much probability of its spreading further Jim Harris will take charge of the Lennin Hotel this week Mr Lennin will move into his property on Main Â¬ Btreet Rev 0 J Howes who has been hold ing a protracted meeting at the M E church the past week loft f sr home last Monday morning R S Skillman came down horn Louisville last week and spent a few days He thinks of dosing his boarding bouse in Louisville and will probably return Â¬ here Old gold and silver old watches and clocks old spf ctncles and silver ware old violins jfultare sewing machines all taken in exchange at T 0 Lewis Jeweler Presiding Elder Rev 0 J Hawes bas Â¬ been in the ministry thirty one years He is a very eloquent and able man and is a strong advocate of the B ond bless ing doctrine Persons desiring photographs should J not put off coming in too long as good weather is at hand I will leave Har dinsbury with my tent April 5th W Mattingly i A full line of frrsh new beautiful and first class jewelery fine sawing machines violins guitars and everything of a first class house Gall in and hear the graphophone talk T 0 Lewis We are in the butcher business tofBtay and respectfully eoliclit the patronage of the trade Will meet all prices We can sell meat ns cheap as any body Call and see us 0 L Patu Sons R SSkillman proposed to rent tho Hambleton House while here last week but Mr Harris contract extends until and he will the first of September doubtless claim the right to hold the property until that time Persons in the country who have heard of the big camp meeting that is to be held here next summer all agree that it Is the thing for us and everybody Breckenridge connty folks are quite able to enjoy such a meeting next summer for couple of weeks Some of tho finest talent in the country will be hero to Bpeak It will be gratifying to the traveling public to know that the fare from this place to Cloverport has been reduced to 1 60 for tbo round trip Formerly it was 2 CO and no reduction could be had Miny people who wished to spend a few hours in Cloverport would go oyer the pike But now the fare has been put at L 50 and is within the reach of all A ticket is good for thirty days To Curo Constipation Forever Tako Cuscarets Candy Cathartic lOo or KSc It X C fall to cure drugglpts refund money a CHENAULT Mrs Abe Bennett Is ill at this writing Misses Allen went to Stephensport Sunday to attend church Get Why cant wo have a wedding married juat for fun The boats have failed to land on ac and promising It was our pleasure to have T J Jolly Wedding bells aro in the air the superintendent of tho Bewlayville FALLS OF ROUGH Miss Bettie McGeheo has gone to Sunday school with us in our Sunday last Sunday and Brother Litch- Â¬ school Louisville Health of the village is very good Miss Mary Aldrich is off to Hardins field was there too and with our own good superintendent who is always on burg for a short visit Mrs John Day Rock Vale is yery ill good Sunday school we Btother Lewis preached a good sorinon the alert what a Ed Stone returned from Louisville Frihad We are so tilad to Bee this line of at the Baptist church lastThurday night day building upso glad to Bee the work Mrs Ruth Gardner went to Branden- Â¬ young men and boys coming out Miss Jenuio Green has returned from Thats burg last Wednesday returning Thurs Â¬ right boys come to Sunday school every Louisville day Miss Sarah McCarly went to Askins Sunday and you will sooner or later Clint made a mysterious visit SunJay reap the reward of such a course over shopping but be is in a most happy frauvj of that of one of idle loafing Willis Green returned from Louisville mindJ last week Mr A B Coleman went to Louisville senntj- - Is illooa Deep James Fenn of Hardinsburg has the Clean blood means a clean skin No section hero Th ursday to buy finishing lumber for beauty without it Cascarets Candy Catharhi l new house which is now under con- Â¬ tic clean your blood and keep it clean by Col Greens big store is full of beauti- Â¬ stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imstruction from the body Begin today to ful spring goods purities Mr Dugan who taught the spring banish pimples boils blotches blackheads Mr and Mrs Ellis Fenlrees entertain- Â¬ and that sickly bilious complexion by taking school last year was shaking hands with CaPcarctB beauty for ten cents All drug ed Thursday last his former pupils last week all of whom gisto satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Rohert Chambliss Is voiy buey putting were pleased to see him again up telphono boxes The secretary of the B V R 0 re- Â¬ CUSTER Misses Nannie and Ruhj Stone went quests that the members all meet at 1re to Rock Vale Thureday Wrather8 next Saturday at 130 oclock A B Oliver the honest blacksmith Misses Zlpah and Willie OhunibllBS if the weather will permit hustler and knows how to strike when were guests of Miss Cora Wiugate And Hardinsburg is going to have the iron is hot beveral cases of inealis are daily ex Â¬ Siui Jones Our connratulationn to the Custer is a hustling thriving little good people of that dear old town Of town and does as much business as any pected to develop in the village Miss LUlie Stone wan a guest over course it goes without saying we will town in the state of lis size go too night of Miss Cora Wingitt Monday Prof 0 R Carlton of near this place We were pleased to Bee the familiar will go to Elizabeth town in n few daya Mrs Claminons Rick V l1 was the faces of Mrs Annie Herndon of Web- Â¬ where he will engage in business guest of Mrs George Hail lhurodxy ster Miss Maud Adkipson of Gaston Miss Jennie Tuttle and N Thomson Bob Cook the popular grocery mer Â¬ at aud Mrs Weaver of Louisville were married at Rockport Indiana last chant will leave town this eveniug for a church Sunday week few days visit at Guston and Big Spring We note Mrs Williams of Owensboro Ed Thomas Davisons Initio children Pile Is doing The firm of Alexander with little Ethel her daughter Mrs have been quite ill but re better I a thriving business They carry a full Mrs Watben Lewis Mrs Bennett n line of goods and know how to run the hear Miss Blanche Jolly and others as visitors Mrs Mercer and David Chambliss business in town last week James Haynes of near this place will were quite ill last week but are much Brother Lewis has been called by a move to town in few days for tn a the pur Â¬ better unanimous vote to the pastorateof the pose of entering his son Farm work is pushed vigorously fir in the school at Baptist church at this place Thii is ward though so much rain Ib a great this place well and we hope much good wil be hinderence Mitch Meyer one of Custers beBt citi- Â¬ the outcome of this act on the paitof Ed Stone purchased a nice young horse zens and merchants will move to Ekron congregation the where he will again engage in the mer- Â¬ from Rev David Duncan for seventy five All of us know Aunt Catherine Craig dollars Friday cantile business Alien colored and will be son to I sincerely hope that Hicks storm Thinking perhaps a communication hear of her trouble in the recent death wind of her daughter Jessie who dieti in from this point would interest some of predictions will prove a failure the the many readers of your valuable paper part at any rato Louisville last week and was brought I eelie Brack spent Saturday wo resooctfully ask permission to sub- Â¬ and Sun Â¬ here for interment mit the following day at Short Creek visiting His mother Mr and Mrs Smith from Gueton i and his second best Alf Taylor of the firm of Cook came down and entered their little Taylor will go to Louisville to morrow Eskridge returned fioui Beauchamp daughter in the Irviugton College Mon- Â¬ where he will purchase a spring stock of Louisville where they had been buj ing day We are pleased to note several ad- Â¬ goods which he will ship to Rosetta at their spring goods Monday which bespeaks well ditions which jjlace he is doing a good business rettirned from W H Chambliss for the success of our school Dr Meadow the popular physician of OwenBboro last week whero he had been T N McGlothlan has part of the ma Â¬ county la as ready to administer to to sell his tobacco terial on ground for his house w dch this needs of suffering humanity as any John Keith former section boes of this will be erected bo soon ai weather will the of the earth and takes the part of the railroad wiil move to llai permit Bate Herndon also has pai t of on tho face lead in all institutions for the intellectu- dinaburg next week his lumber and soon both new ho ises al and moral development of the people will grace our thriving little town I find there is not much fun In dodging Juble Board of near town died of old the measles as it meausstay at home to Mrs R M Jolly has been appointed age and general debility the 10th of be safe from them and possibly not evan delegate to the Ninth International Sun- Â¬ March Mr Board was one of the oldest there day School Convention which will meet men in the county He was a member in Atlanta Ga April 27 fche will no Mr Henderson spent Sunday at home of the M E church South and for a Â¬ doubt accept the honor and have a deof years was a Mason After lightful trip to a delightful place at u de- Â¬ number m BiBtB religious services at the grave ho was lightful time of the year buried with the usual ceremonies of We understand that pupils from a dis- Â¬ that order tance are deterred from coming here and The Custer Normal under the manage Â¬ entering school on account of not being MEN ment of Prof J W Fowler promises to able to bscure board Tills is a mistake de the best school we haye had at this Good board and at reasonable rates can NO PAY NO Fowler is an enthusiastio be had So come on and dont miss the place Prof rmrw wmn fTrtinn TtlTf ATMMT teacher of experience and ability and opportunity of attending one of the very K will poal- original with Dri K with the necessary co operation of pat- Â¬ tivoiy euro lorever any ionu ui wu ur best schools Â¬ rons will build a good school The liter Mr Orabbe our enemetio and enter years oxporleaco la tho treatment of ary and debating society in connection lUOBO U1SCM3 of the college bos or prising principal ganlzjda literary society in his room with the school which meets once a WE CURE SYPHILIS week is becoming a leading feature which promises to be of very great value Taylor adds The now firm of Cook of manklml ilold rcndlly to ur lihW llewaro of Jleroury THUAliMtNT materially to the business facilities of PoUwh etc Thoy may rain row ryiUm If you have tore in tho mouth or tongue the place They have an entirely new palm in tho ioiuib oro tnronu nmr or good just from Louisville Cin- Â¬ stock of eyobrow falling-- outiiiniploiorulotohe euro crei head loraach derangctuout cinnati and St Louis Both are men of aohes etc you liavo tho oondttry stage Wo wllcit tho Hlooil 1oUon of thli experience and ability and possesses that most obatlnato cities rtnil challengo tbo enterprise industry and zeal which ever worm ior a caio wo ncccii wr w and cannot curo I lly our treatment tho aw i insures success Wo predict for them a i - In hninfl ulcere utui iu imii uiun healthy ana dlnappoar tho f kin booouioi prospero b and lucrative business The inarriago U inwelblo und rafo pollto clerk James F Mitchum deals CURES GUARANTEED farlly with his customers and is at bis place early and late onouFHuy vigor and vitality oPxj luuui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IRVINGTON If you havo you probably need a reli- Â¬ able medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rack- Â¬ ing cough incidental to fills disease A It Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Har Â¬ dinsburg Ho rarely mltsps dutiful son for of course some pretty girl is not the attrac- Â¬ tion Mr and Mrs Deweese of Glcndeano have returned from Louisville where they have been purchasing a finer assort Â¬ ment of goods than they ever handled before Mrs M V Stone sold n line pair of Barred Plymouth Hock chickens to Jeff MITCH MEYER the Old Reliable Merchant Owon of Olendeane last week Mrs Stonu has the finest 1 Plymouth Itock will open up with a Big Stock a New Stock chickens in the country a Fresh Stock Wllllo Hall renorts good prices for his tobacco which he shipped to the Owens- Â¬ boro market Mr Hall has lately pur Â¬ chased two farms in tho Kock Vale neighborhood and is moving on one of them with the view of farming extensively this season Dont doubt the size of the recent big hall Btones that fell at Cloverport they were not that large here but my broth- Â¬ ers report them as larg as guinea eggs in Loui jville and that a great many win- Â¬ dows and sky lights were broken out by them and tcauiB ran away and in fact thero was general stampede by every- Â¬ thing to gain shelter My father thinks his peach trees are all killed and if it proves to be a fact and is extensive over the state we may to minus peaches and cream until new toes can be grown I think the frosty old Lowest Prices on Clothing Dry Goods Crocer King over did the thing in his anxiety Strictly Cash ies and General Merchandise to furnisli us a great ice harvest that wo might all be cooled after the intense Business which means Quick Sales and Small heat of last summers conilict with and victory ovor Spain Profits As there are a great many doubting Thomases Mr Editor will you kindly explain which is meant Did the nietec force a passage fifty feet in tho earth Of course that looks unreasonable but that is what some people claim to be the untitling of the piece and they therefore doubt it all and claim it to be a mere newspaper fabrication Second isnt the gravel pit at out 60 feet deep and was not the meteor found Imbedded in the bottom I saw through my window the ilisli of light from the meteor but at the time did not realize its meaning I wnB looking out when suddenly there flasned forth the most brilliant red light you 0UI1 HIGH GRADe BLROICK SEWING MACHINE byfrlki xou can over the snow covered scene before me v tu u itDjrci if KiniBsuioB ptrfortlj examine it at jour near ilUftfUrr exactly as frtliht fot and If found rn Hfts uu d us I gazed facinnted by tho fiery lfil T11K at uiarsi rnciitj tvhi iv BAKU UN viiirn KTKR IIKABD OP wtWV YOU IHJtATkHT aid p7 ke gl tre I noted a dark shadow moving jtrfrfiMtiftour Special Offer Price 1550 and freight charei The machine weighs 120 dipounds and the freight will aTerfte 75 rents for each oo over the snow in n northeastern miles GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In rection possibly the shadow may have your own home and weWwlui eturn your llWiO any day you are not satisfied ill dlffereat nW asd irsdtt t been caBt by the moke from our BcwUtrHacMart at MW 11000 111 00112 00 and Up all of whlrhara fullr denrrtbHl In Onr rRmlmr BublstCit chimni y otherwise I ctnnot account for alotru but SIS 50 for tbls 7 DRAWB BUHDICK la tha create s valua over offered bv an house y iaiMiisn the shadow which I saw After walling THE RURDICK t Try modern improrement every mini n n h what stemed to me about five minutes made withCAB1SKT MC3T COT KB Bad by th bti maktr la nrlca the defects of none SOLID OIK Late it lb19 Sktlttea franc pUno after teeing the flth of 1 ght I heard pollih finest nickel drawer pulls rests on 4 casters ball bearlntc adjustable treadle genuine Smyth Iron stand finest large high three dixtmct t xpl jhIoup resembling the arm head made positive four motion feed self threading vlbrat ing snutue auiomauc ooooin winaeraujufitauie oeanngs pat tlzzii pswlsteKKar ii mfT ent tenilun liberator Improved loose wheel adjustable pressed sound of caiuiunp iooi improved enaiue earner patent nceuie uar in 111 mi I lllllim in patent dress guard IM tua i Wll GUARANTEED IbtllgstMt rnatair moat dur Â¬ Dr Bulls Couflh Syrup Is the reme- Â¬ able aad aaarttl nt iria natalat a4t Eft ry kaawa la Grand Opening Â¬ AT EKRON COMMENCING MONDAY MAR 27 MITCH MEYER EKRON KY SEMP MO MOMEY MWM mwm Â¬ 1 mnrMJ rnmm as5Wiiri ouc in drptnd for the cure of a pro traded tough or lung alltclluni brought on by ex posutc to cold Ilis the ino t excellent medicine sold A bottle costs only cents dy on which BRANDENBURG Wm Rhodes has a new surrey Mr A 0 Burton delivered a lecture at Hodgensville last Friday evoning Mrs Client Bryant has located here and is occupying the house vacated by Wash Ithodes Mrs Mason McMonigle and little daughter Ruth of Unensboro aro visit iug her water Mrs Gto Worland R 11 Nevitt has gone to Dallas Texas prospecting with tho intention of locat- Â¬ ing if pleased He will be gone two weeks J A Scott candidate for Attorney General spoke her last Friday Mr Gooduiuht was present and will tell you all about it Miss Sue Owings has gone to Irving ten to engage in the millinery business We are sorry to give up that bright faniUavd aad ear Free Instruction Book tells Just how anyone can run It and do either plain or any kind of fancy work A SOYKAK uuAiUU4iifi is seni wun every macmno and examine this mactlne oodpare tt with those your storekeeper sells at IT COSTS YOU NOTHING anatnenirooimnceayoufiresavmir ssouo109a3uu pay your rrelKbt airent the 10 SO HK TO UHTIKS TOUR SUIO If at air wiuia ikm in j Co are thorouirhlr reliable Kdllor Sean Uoebuck araodiUStd ORDKB TU EIT DOS DILI WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE SEARS ROEBUCK CO CHICAGO ILL aWachatrat tee vuuuioouuu EHIiWhen you write mention this paper goodgirl Several now pupils entered the Normal libtweek The pupiU are quiet gentle manly and ladylike and everything runs smoothly tetei ai Â¬ nm NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED CURE King in the true Wo bring to you tho new and true from the ploey forests of Norway King out the 1m Xttszotittbacld EtaglnthoMw Dr Bulls Couoh Syrup never dia- - DR Pine-Tar-Hon- ey BELLS appoint thoM who uu it for obttlnata toughs colds and Irritations of tha throat 4nJ lungs It stands unrWakdaia remedy for tlia throat and all druggists for i cU Ions diseases Sold men havo their by early aburet later oicewwa meutal worry etc ivo inaiier m suo uur New Mothod Treatment U tbo refuge WECUREIMPOTENCY and nerrr are ro monir men Kvery caaa W treated Indl Â¬ ou wonder Tldually no ful aueoeiii No matter what all you confidentially Wo tan fur ooinult ui Miu iani itmU tn Brtiranteo to accom plish what wo Malm tlon Ambition tr lio MULDRAUGH Msa Clara Richie at Woodland George Richie spent Sunday here the guert of his family J T Brown made a business trip to Eilz4buthtown Monday Misses Wlntorbowers IMnneyylJla are visiting friends this week Msfl Maud Bridwell left last Monday to attend school at Vino Groye Mtatw Etfew and Lulu Harrluttpa will go 16 Loulsyllle shopping this week ia visiting e her aunt Natures most natural remedy improved by sdenco to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Care for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces The tore weary coughwom Lungs an exhilaÂ¬ rated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aw healed and soothed so that then Is no inclination to cough OLD BY ALL QOOD DBUOQI8TB of the Lungs and DronchM Tubes 50000 riOaa CURED baMitses LeusNevitt Lillian and Vir Â¬ ginia Rhodes and Annie Bondurant spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Jimmie Lee Woolfolk Dr Burrhbos a handsome Kurtzmann from Smith Nixon We had a pleas Â¬ ant evening with that agreeable family upon the arrival a mueicale by the class Dr Burch has bought the handsome Nixon new Kurtzman I had Smith haye sent me another equally as hand fomp and in tplendld tune for my social April 1st Mrs Kato Hendrick and daughter Mies Ella have returned from a visit to Mrs D W Fairleigh of Louisville Miss Ella went to see Julia Arthur the great actress Mrs L L Kennedy and Dr W B Pusey of Louisville John and James Wimp and several others from Owensboro were here to pay the last tribute of reepect and isteem to R II Brashear It Is with deep regret that I have heard of the death of Miss Hamilton Tvler of lrvirgton She went with us last spring to the M ty Festival and made a most favorablo impression upon me In her sweet lady like manner she was a I able to all She was quiet but en Â¬ gaged In convenatioti sho becamo ani Â¬ mated and showed a bright mind I much sympathy to tho bereayed family Hello FIIh of Rough I Our M D CIibb Caspeike Jr furnished the Phe nolx boxes down in your town bo II they eer Bhould need medicine ring him up Charlie explained the work ing of tho exchango and the r yjtetn of the lino to me last Friday It and complicated butACharlie undeiMfndsall the ins and outs proa and cons and dont yon f irget it farmers they will be bo late sowing oats and breaking their com ground Mrs Martha Frirst is sorno belter at this writing There Is a great deal of sickness in this neighborhood No one enjoys hunting any morn than Sarg Drury sure Will Board who has been ill of heart dropsy is slowly improving T M Beatty has been quite sick for sometime but is some little improved John Slaton and his daughter Mies Sallie went to Bewlevville last Friday S P Drury went oyer to Bewleyville last Friday to attend court It being rule day Miss Bettio Taylor has been quiet sick with neuralgia but Ib some better at this writing AlfTavlor has been out to Custer for the past few weeks looking after his interest in the new storo Little Tommy Mltcham who has been so very low with Pneumonia we are glad to say Ib improving Mr John Slaton who has been so poor- Â¬ ly for over a year is Borne better we hope he will still improve When we look around us and see so much of Gods work we can say from tho depth of our hearts God is good Thero has not been any services in our new church since the cold weather set in on account of not having the Hies built What has become of Bawleyvilles school will Golden Hod please tell us how it is progressing or if it is progress- Â¬ ing at all Our gonial good hearted editor was in our midst last Thursday and Friday shaking hands Come again Mr Editor wo like your pleasant calls Two of our prominent young men Messrs Dent Head and George Johnson have gone to Fowler BentDti county Ind to work success to you boys Mr Jubal J Board died at his home at Triaiigo lost Thursday morning at 11 oclock a in he was sick only a short while Uncle Jubo as ho was called was 84 years and ti months old We ox tend our heartfelt sympathy to the be Â¬ reaved family SEND US ONE DOLLAR land alUra alk iraia KaSIKtUlK TOIL akU HOOD too It HOIK IT rnltfUt OOD twDJaot to lamination juamwa it at freight Sour anil If found perfect ly aatUIactory aa 8U TheGlf0 r6 i VmrxVll 1 ready to entertain It requires no skill toopcr ate it ami reproduce tho music of bands orches tras vocalists or instrumental soloists There 1j nothing like it for an euiiinRs entertainment Other so called talklne machines repnxluca subjects socially only records of prepared inn laboratory but thuGraphophona is not limited to such performances On tho araphophono you can easily make and Instantly reproduco records of the olce or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new interest and Its charm is ever fresh Hie reproductions are clear and brillnnt Â¬ Most fnselnatlne Inven tlon of tllU ORC Alu B 9 Â¬ ioaunpd sola MantifartiinHl nniler the Talents of IlellTnlnUi Fctltonnml JlnedonM I Our establishment Is lirnd qiiiirtora nrtlio norlit nr Talking Machines and Talklutf ilaUiluo Supplies Write for catalogue Graphophones are or COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH GO Dept 30 010 Perinsylvania Avenue Washington D 0 Paris Chicago New York St Louis Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Buffalo J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co OANNKLTON IND JOHN A BISHOP President R BASSETT DAItOWLEr Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank HTABLfellED 1 884 WAMiHTS Lcitchileld Kentucky Capital Stock Uila svtr saw uaarvi tt iraauit BiH you 100000 Paid in SUMS tUUTM irrxiiL fKK aanft with or 15000 lass tha II SI300 00 JfaS J aaaW This stoT VSkaw T m ainn BllllUt writm roa otra bio dr or llt00charns andrralaht STOVE CATALOGUE free INTEREST PAID OK R08ETTA Ti RnHjM Only gains mm ltf rfcj MA qc suju you 1 3660MHttM Kennedys Kergan 1 err p aa1 i iin t raw f nerly oi this place but of lata years of l5MrajAfJoi9HaddPWflri 22 W Fourthn St jitja1 a invniiMi rili vf Success to the News Mud I Mad II Mudjlt Fox hunting Is the rag no w f Wllllo Priest la sick ofheart disease Such weather u very discouraging to Is stsNaSorani lMxllilltopUtui ioMromMipiirouaiir itntaiia ajB4 sraUs lanra Itaaa fcaaw ou oyaa door bamlsoma Urn ma shall fitavr lldllotdaad trtnuOiig r plattl oruansntaUooa tla J IMlnlr hand- lftAfflAn n awliia mtrthU and ti anl aaraar aaai par soma lanra ornatnantad has an aitra wood irrata naklnjr It a a rvrnlin r with ISDtl A alSwiil UiKifT cl mW tanw mots and rtarantaa aafadaltTary to rour rail road aUUon YottrlcaldaUrwouWehaJTMrouW for such a storr tha ratht la onlr about MM for aach Wusallaf aa aanna at UaU loM JAi TIKE DEPOSITS lkl har F A BEAVIN trr BIACTtCAL SURVEYOR For information on Bur- voying writQ mo at OLOVERPORT KY Wm you writ rattwUaC4wUiraaalnllili maotlon ibis ppr Mslir Hfc- - fi9tiMmtimm BgrpflwwpwT M wwwHBiwiiwwgp TB wt 4f I - jp jstttv INSOMNIA I have been nliK OASCAMKTR Tor Insomnia with which 1 hnvo been aflllcted or years that Cmcnrcts 0Tr twentymo moreand t can sayany other reme given rollcf tbnn hare dy 1 have erer tried 1 shnlt certainly recom Â¬ mend them to my friends as being- all tboy nre represented Tnos QitxaitD Elgin lit - Â¬ CANDY TRAOt MARK frtonrsMB Good flood Pleasant Palatable lotcnt Nerer Blcsen Weaken or Gripe McJSc Tl Do Doc SUrlUir CURE CONSTIPATION a H Ovytir Sold CaUare Jtoatrtsl Iftw Ytfl 316 gluto CUKF Tobacco and guaranteed by all Habit Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 1899 MARCH 22 ASHCRAFT Miss Maggie Cowley is on the aick list Auk Clara Aabcralt why Bhe didnt curl both aides of her hair David Hardaway ol Bewleyvllie spent laot Wednesday with Miss Matilda Ash craft The farmers are nil ready to go to sewing oats as soon as the weather will Lawyers Virge Rabbage and John Ifarveli of a Graphophone Haswell of Hardlnsburg attended Mag- Â¬ Ono of tho wonders of the end of tho court here Wednesday istrate century is the homo Graphophone that Bicycle for sale Splendid bargain will reproduce any kind of s 50 Try one for your health Call sound One can arrange a music or any full program on or write 0 O Lewis Stephensport of the most attractive band orchestral or Kt vocal music and vary it every evening permit Wanted a preventative for tho ravings On the Graphoptione one can record the Miller and Carlt Nealus of of the average spring poet as he realizes Emmet human voice or any sound and reproduce Uighland called on Miss Bertha Brown Use Dr Bulls Couflh Syrup at once the nearness of the palmy season and it at once You tan keep the voices of Sunday With his pen and paper rushes Waste no If your child has croup or bronchitis your frionda to be heard whenever you Out to some lone spot and gushes Mrs DaviB Young spent Monday with time delay may be dangerous Or Hulls Cough wish Graphophones made for home And this spring time he will chrlitea Syrup cures at once It is a safe and infallible her daughter Mrs Henry Dugan of medy All druggists sell It lor s5 eta entertainment can be bought as low as While the public has to listen Irvington To his old old thread bare sonnets 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Bout the high prked easter bonnets Mrs Robert Hendrick and Mrs Geo Colombia Phonoorapu Co No 010 MATTINGLY Andthose very early posies Richardson spent Monday with Mrs Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Sweeter to him than June roses Nancy Ashcraft Then up he soars away above us B J Mattingly is on the sick list And simply swears by all who love us LONG BRANCH Mrs Lee McCall and daughter Bettie Sunday mornings snow was quite a That of all things In nature Lee of Louisville are visiting her moth Â¬ Burprise He knows more than any crature er Mrs Robert Hendrick O W Hendrick was In Louisville And we look with wonder due Wick Barbee Grayson county is And the kindest pity to him Rev F J Duvall filled his appoint- Â¬ Monday spending a few days here Who is wont to early chiming ment here Sunday the weather being so James Blckerstaff lost a very fine cow And is giren to ever rhyming Friday nights rain caused considerable bad Saturday we had no meeting one day last week excitement along tho creeks in this Charlie Anderson wife and daughter Mrs A Ditto Jr has been indisposed No Bight to TJgline8i locality spent lost Saturday night the guests of Tho woman who is lovely in face form for the past few days Misses Emma and Ltllie Fate spent a their parents Mr and Mrs J L Henry John Kelley of West Point Is viBiting few days with relatives on Beech Fork and temper will always have friends but Miss Sally Basket spent last week with one who would be attractive must keep his son Will Kelley last week her sister Mrs B F Bewley helping to her health If Bhe is weak sickly and Mrs Marv Hendrick of near Ekron Is Misa Lulu Brickey who has been vis Â¬ nurse her little son who is dangerously iting her aunt Mrs Mary Mattingly of all run down she will be nervous and visitine her eon O W Hendrick ill Irritable If she has constipation or kid Â¬ Cloverport for the past month returned Dr Prultt of West Point was here ney trouble her impure blood will cause Joe Ashcraft who is teaching school home last week Sunday afternoon to see several patients up in the bottom spent lust Saturday at pimples blotches skin eruptions and a A Ditto Jr was in Louisville several Dr Howard was called Sunday to see wretched complexion home accompanied by Clay McGehee Electric Bitters Dowell Pate who is very lowat his home is the best medicine and Roy Fowler in the world to reg days last week he took up a car load of near PiBvah Mr Pate has been sick for ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to hrgs I will tell the Guston correspondent Rometlme and his recovery is doubtful Miss Addie Ditto and Master Houston purify the blood It gives strong nerves the difference between J II A a lis Mies Rilla Howard formerly of this bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich Fairlelgb of Louisville are visiting Mrs charge and their boys The difference A Ditto Jr g It will make a is in character while his is excellent place who is now attending school at complexion Brownctown nd writes home that the 1b very good Mrs Wm Klley is quite ill from a charming woman of a run down In- Â¬ and theirs Old Njewb is the dearest paper of all to valid Only 50 cents at Short vaccinated arm We hope it will not Haynea her Drug Store prove serious To Consumptives Rev Richard pastor of Pisgah church Mrs C T Redman and the handsome Aaan honest remedy Foleys Honey has been holding a few days meeting at EASTLAND boy Clarence Eugene spent Friday with and Tar does not hold out false hopes in place Bro Richard has been a Mrs C W Hendrick advanced stages but truthfully claims to that faithful and devoted pastor of that give comlort and relief in the very worst Hardin Pate called on 31iss Ella Mat- Â¬ J Stuart Peckenpaugh was in Louis- Â¬ church for the past three years He has tingly cases and in the early Btages to effect a a few days ago ville one day this week Mr Fecken done all fn his power to hold the church cure A R Fisher Cloverport E A paugh is verySmuch improyed we are Mr Charlie Burk called on Miss Hal and its members together glad to say Witt llitrdinBhurg He Harris last Thursday Of course the snake story tol 1 by Mr Mrs O W Hendrick and Misa Elea- Â¬ Mrs Tom Caley called on Mis Sam Henry Duncan in last weeks issue is GLENDtANE nor B Hendrick have returned home Alii last Thursday evening worth recording but Btill Balltown can A considerable storm passed over this after a most delightful visit with Mrs D can beat it There was a large spread W Fairleigh of Louisville More measles head viper killed near this place on the vicinity last Saturday morning Mrs H S English of Stephensport Wade Pile of Buras came to Glen- 22ud day of Feb and it will be remem Â¬ Miss Grace King etertalned Joe Mat came up Thursday to spend several days deane Sunday bered that just nine days previous of this tlCKly very pleasantly last Sunday with her sister Mrs 0 W Hendriclc Junius Owen came down from Louis- Â¬ date the thermometer ranged anywhere Alton Mattingly is greatly missed before her departure for McKiuney 18 to 40 degrees below zero from ville Saturday Tho Blnce he has moved to the country Texas Fred McDonald made a business trip snake was killed by little James Beavin Miss Eva King entertained her many Mrs O W Hendrick entertained quite the youngest son of Jamea S Beavin friends very pleasantly to McDaniels Friday last Saturday a number deceased of Cloverport of her relatives Sunday And little Miss Amanda Deane is in Louisville night Among those present were Mrs H H Jimmie was not the only one that saw for a ten days visit Misses Emma and Clara Mattingly English Mrs J K Ditto Mr and Mrs the snake either Willie Owen has returned from a visited Mies Ella Mattingly a few days S H Dooley and children Mrs Mary horseback trip into Tennessee Hendrick and Miss Addle G Ditto Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi- Â¬ last week R G Robertson left Monday morning cine is unquestionably the best remedy Mis8 Mattle Mattirgly is staying with for a few days near Leitchfleld Bey E Edwards pastorof the English for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to her brother and family Joe Mattingly Baptist Church at Minersville Pa when Dolph Rhodes of McDaniels came take and is guaranteed A R Fisher out in the country over Sunday to see his be9t but measles Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg MIbs Bertha Keys ssys she is awful suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Paiu Balm He A few applications of this lini Â¬ says ment proved of great service to me It subdued the inflamation and relieved the pain Should any sufferer profit by giv- Â¬ ing Pain Balm a trial it will ploase me For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Stephensport Beared lilm away without getting to speak to her raul Dmpetor carno home Thursday He returns to LodIbvIHo this morning Dr Dempster was dangerously ill for a abort time last week but soon recovored Jim Bratcher has sold his farm to W It Moorman and moved to Grayson county Jeiao Moprraan Bold Billy Mattingly a mule for 160 last week Old time prices Beoin to be coming back Hallio Robertson ono of tho most faith- Â¬ ful of ournoblu faithful is at homo this week with the measles Jess Howard and Joe Mattingly went into the Buras neighborhood last week to make some timber purchases Misa Fannie Green did not teach a private school near McDanlels as was reported In this column a tew weeks ago She is now teaching at Fishorvllle Jeffereon county Fred McDonald after having done un Â¬ usually good work in school for a few months leaves for homo this Iweek All Glendeane are his frionds and regret to see him leave Utopia ever welcomes such boys as Ernest and Fred McDonald of Henderson The Weekly Spsncerian published by Spencers Business Colloge Louisville Henry DeH Moorman said last week of Glendeane is a good penman and a first class student This is no news to us but it doos do us good to see Henrys sterling qualities recognized wherever he A coming man is he goes 8TEPHEN8PORT River falllnit fast and banks muddy Hard weather this for the spring poet Choir practice at J H Paynes Friday evening Mr and Mrs M Blain went to Louis Â¬ ville Sunday Mrs II Lay and Mrs J W Jarrett are on tho sick list Mica Cora Best loft Monday for Petrlo to teach spring school Stephensport is now In need of a good physician to locate in our midst Misses Kato and Mary Allon of One battlt opont Sunday with friends Floyd St E Miller of Henderson spent soveral days this week with his father Dr D White wife and baby Ruth left Monday for Tobinsport Ind where they will locate Sergeant Theo G Moueley Company K 6th U S volunteers infantry returned home Thursday 10th For Borne reason the name of John B Crawford was omlttod from the social event in last weeks items Â¬ sorry somo ono Is having bo mqch trou bio with lua saw logs Arthur Keys paid his paronta a visit last Saturday and Sunday lie Is work- Â¬ ing on a farm near hero Two of tho soldier boys havo been mustered out and are now at home vie Walter S King and Clayton Koys Misses Maria Keys and Carrie Shell man visited their cousins Messrs Owen Keys and Ed McAfee in the lower part of town a few days last week Miss Llllle Green of Hardin county who ban beon with her sister Mrs Jerry Olater the past six months is thinking of goiDg home soon then oome one will look sad Miss Carrie Shellman who has been visiting frionda and relatives in this town for the past week left for Addison last Sunday evening where she is to teach a three months term ol spring school The Misses Keys gavo a musical enter Â¬ tainment last Wednesday nlgbt in honor of their coualn Carrie Shellman of Union Star Thjo muslo was rendered by Walter King and his sister Miss Eva All present enjoyed themselves very much and a nice treat Hon A J Thomas made an oncouraalng talk My better half occasionally makes practical suggestions Not long ago ho said that it would be more profitable for mo to give my attention to poultry than studying SDanlsh That suggestion has materialized In bodily form At our rtext B V It C meeting where I am to preside we are to talk of the wonderful Btory of Don Quixote and Sancho Parzi his servant lie thinks that quite a lot of nonsense and pleaso dont anybody tell him about It Tho meeting will bo on tho afternoon of March 24th Tho roads have beon the theme ot many comments and discussion and ex- Â¬ ecrations doubtless and now a friend who has endeavored to reach club meetings and church in rain and muddy roads sends us the following The rod the wretched road I Word ci nt express the emptiness Of all things earthly when I dreis The bruises sore from traveling oer The rosds the wretched roads Did men but know The pain and woe That women feel when eer they so Upon a jonrner far and near Theyd upe their eyes And sympathize And mend these wretched roads PUBLIC SALE ing described property H T ON THE 23rd DAY OF THIS MONTH MAROHj at myvros- idonco at LONG BRANCH I will offer for sale the follow- - p Horses and Mules Cattle and Hogs Wagon and Buggies v Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Known on Day of Sale Golden rod Women Should Know it Many women Buffer untold agony and misery because the nature of their dis Â¬ ease Is not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trou bio or female weakness of some sort is responsible for the many ills that beset womankind Neuralgia headache norvousness puffy or dark circles under the eyes rheumatism a dragging pain or dull ache in the back weakness or bearing down sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with strong ouor frequent desire to pass it with scalding or burning sensa- Â¬ tion sediment in it after standing in bottle or common glass for twenty four hours are signs of kidney and bladder trouble The abovo symptoms are often attrib- Â¬ uted by the patient horeelf or by her physician to female weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fall to obtain relief because they are treating not the disease itself but a reflection of the pri- Â¬ mary cause which is kidney trouble Iu fact women as well as men are mady miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is the great discovery of the eminent kiduey and bladder specialist and is easy to gat at any drug storo for fllty cents or one dol- Â¬ lar To prove lis wonderful merits you may havo a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by mall Kindly mention Bbeckknridou News and send your address to Dr Kil Â¬ mer Co Biughamtou IS Y MRS Â¬ AriCnUOIKOi For ealo by Short ACTPB IKIHQ Tho great remedy or nervous prostration and all diseases ot tho generative organs of olthersox such as Nervous Prostration Foiling or Lost Manhood Impotcncy Nightly Emissions Youtbtul Errors Mental worry excessive use of Tobacco or ODium which lead to Consumption and Insanitv wlth every 9 order wo guarantee to cure or rotund tho money Sold at 100 per box o boxes for 600 DltfllOTTS C1IKMICAL CO Clovolaad Ohio fc W HENDRICK HEALTH AND VITALITY dhmoto C Haynes Druggists Cloverport Ky cut this tkA out hnd nd ta ua And li voa Uve East of the Rocky Mountains we will WBmI this IIIQH QpADE TOP BUQQY o you can examine It at your freight depot and If you frelsbt O C subject to jou eTer ron by TO 1ST O 10000 TOPBWtUY examination w perfectly atlfactor7and the UUiSDkST niBlUIS TOUnndlt MATE ght ar KTI a biki on nuuu vr le th OUR SPECIAL OFfER PRICE 5500 pay the railroad agent BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHICAOd 1650 on honor from the best material moner can buy While In TO our Btee Buggy Catalogue we show Top Buggies nude by other makers at S2I30 3237B ond 3470 the exact S 9000 same baggy that are sold by machinery dealers at 115 00 to 7000 and are being widely adrertUed by many at S3500 to SC000 BUGGIES OUR ACME QUEEN AT SSS00 Is the most A2TD wonderful value ever ottered Tint Lowest PkICC ctkb QUOTED Oi nil BEST BUtuI T1UT CIS 01 BUILT We maintain SURREYS our own Ave story buggy factory for the sola purpose ot bulldlnirand selllnir a urmtt BtTGOT TIMX TfS CIS nilY ELSKnilKBK ana t B1TX OCR ClETOaXRS mriCTlBKRS FBOFIT Every Buecr Wo Moke la Guaranteed Flvo Years and They Will out wear Five Ordinary Factory Rigsa cost wre Uaa dubl that in the ordinary factory bnggy We use a tsEO cushion cloth some use McentjwensealliOheadlinlngsomeuselOcenti we use it erst leather some use 9 cent we use SI6 colors and Tarnishes someuieTS cent and tl00WB PAY AXMOST DOUBLE the price most makers pay tor naceu aim ppnjj hum aaa SeektU WR WAIT Till BIHT Our wheels gear and U THE MATEBIAIAMD ciTMn ONE DOLLAR - IAB0R IN OUR ACME QUEEN ACME QUEEN OUR OWN MAKE galea w Ind bnlld up the LAKOKBT BUOOY BUSINESS IHTUK OBXD THE ACME OUEEN webulldln narroworwlde track clotb or leather trimmed end springs buffed leather quarter top Iiv4 JtUlnhM W ol Barrens IttMnt- screwed Mill WllMllUUM U llmli -DOQTl blackz geardark green with WW i Tery delicate modest striping complete with shallf siae anu ia ouruuuLuuuv iwiiu urou uu auratiierv ana tk place kru kjl IO0WIBlrBill la S175I 400 aulnSI 74 extra stuui nsiuuauuruia SSOO fnlfkl and shafts FsU ai tOO S0OI 1000 Blll 500 lall wUISnntsforlOO Resell Rarely yoor order W nflLLAR withsatisfactory pay O01B1ST1B tke Bfy Ubalance leesltod and agent the railroad if expense we rrtlskt ekenea otherwise pay nothing and the agent will return buggy at ourexeluslYelyandby will return your 1100 all Machinery Dealer D01TT BITS A CHEAP FACTORY BUOOY now sold almost --w CCNnnNP good-lookin- KtwrrM u3oEvo3bBiY0fiSD WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUQQY CARRIAQE Yotwm tte Kw AND HARNE8B CATALOGUE AdireasSEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL locate When you write mmlion this paper BIG SPRING Mrs H Meyer is in Louisville Mies Willibie Moorman is on the sick list Kit Martin is in Elizabethtown attend Â¬ ing court Rev Gasnett preached at the Baptist church Sunday W A Burkhart of Vine Grove was here last week Will Pendleton has moved his family here from Vertrees Bro Walton has closed the protracted meeting at Howells Achilles Moorman is in Elizabeth town attending court Mrs Strother is visiting Mrs A P Farnsley of Louisville Messrs Guy Meador and Will Pendle Â¬ ton are in Louisville buying their tools for blacksmithing H Meyer has a full and pretty line of spring goods Call and inspect his goods before purchasing elsewhere Kim Miller and family of Rough Creek were here Sunday visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Kit Martin John Meador Jr was calling at Ver treB8rlast Sunday on MIbh Carlton of Miss Carlton is one of Stephensburg Hardin countys most charming young ladies and is a sister to Mm Cralle of Vertrees RATES The meat contnllu Â¬ AAaAVkVWAWA V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW i HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Whats the News Swiss PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS The next time you are asked this question tell your friend tha Brown of Irvington has adopted the Cash System of doing business and that the following list of low prices are only samples of the money saving values marked on goods at his store Embroidery burg 1 BEWLEYVILLE Mies Celeste Beavin is at home on a IrvingG Â¬ visit T J Jolly attended church at ton Sunday Wade Drury is at work with MONTHLY SUFFERING of thousands aro women 1 i P and Ham- Â¬ to 35o per yd 20o 2 Pie Pans for 5o A beautiful lino of Silks cheaper Yellow Danvers and Silver Skin than ever before Jelly Cake Pans 4c Onion Seta Cnnned Goods 3 bars Dandy Soap for 5c Kraut String Beans All Wool 8 150 5 050 8750 24 oz bar of Soap for 5o Corn and 1050 And whats best is Tomatoes they are all tho latest spring BtyJes Irish Potatoes New Early Rose for seeding and eating purposes Wash Boards 10c 13c 22c and Mens Suits Nice lino of New Prints per yd worth 5o at lc Tinware Hominy Peas Mens Pants All Wool 8200 224 8248 208 8308 and 8495 GARDEN S E E D S Ferrys CroBsmanB and Ricos best varie Â¬ ties Buckets 8 quart for 10c Buckets 12 quart for 13c Coffee Boilers 2 quart for 9c Coffee Boilers 3 quart for 13c Coffee Boilers 4 quart for 15c 4 pint cups for 5o Dish Pans 15o 19o 24o Fibre Water Buckets 25c Pumpkins and Condensed Milk Paul blacksmith These blustering March days make fine times indoors Miss Mollle Aldrlch is viaiting her parents near Hardinsburg L L Snyder and wife left last week for California their future home Wehavut had any smallpox hero Not even a hint of its presence Good Mrs B A Hardaway ot Guston was visiting friends in this vicinity Friday Our telephone gives satisfaction and is the source of both pleasure and conyen ieiica Messrs David and Paul Hardaway left Monday for Jefferson county Success to 1 WVWVWWWWWVViAVWVwNAANAA troubled at monthly inter Â¬ vals with pains in the head back breasts them VIMM makes menstruation painless and regular It puta the delU cate menstrual organs in condl tlon to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer month after month w hen Wine of Cardui will relieve her It costs roo at the drvg store Why dont you get a bottle to day Por advice in cases requiring p cial directions address giv- Â¬ ing symptoms Tho Ladies Advisory Department Tho Chattanooga MfdlduM Co Chattanooga Tcpn Mrs pUfc Bhoulderssides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men- Â¬ strual function should operate painlessly A BOON TO MANKINDI Dn TABLERS BUCKEYE Tl - lirBFiiHi4llr ys to s5 iu m HHrJo2fc c v HBv C PII fT sSSSm MmmmLfjLljljjLiM WmWmWmWmmmm rtf- liinTs rJIKHf - F CURE i1 WANTED CHICKENS AND EQGS W ftk EX BroAvrn BARGAIN CENTER IRVINQTONi - KENTUCKY Sunday School rather slim in atten Â¬ dance but the session was pleasant and prodjable Mffei Charlotte Herndon of Iryington apdMr Berry of Hopklnaville will be married April 10th To editor of the Irvington Weekly gaye me a copy to read This periodical ai iaaued flrat Friday March 17th It is a promising affair and I wish it much apect as M so Mary Paul Is still not at home M Its Lena Drurr also continues ta r at Brandenbuig We dont like to do wjthout thorn and hope soon to sef their dear faces apaln MIaaEthr Bryant closed he school at lVfasant Vew Thursday March 10b TMra were gayeraj recltatfptfl and other njea things by Way cf entertainment A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN rtf CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBEfeBY MAlfL MMESF8ALURDSHPfWl 76 Cents BOTTLCS10 CENT - - M Wk hWi WwitJT LMNIm tT l For le Ijr AIC Firfir JlbyarpprJ KY wjSfpmitoiWt i r J J M HAKtijN I rou MZO I rM ut tff m lruUd H lWHw etMrikW t Ut HtlfeJj m Mi 0Mht IntensM Text laMi rtN4 M4 bMt SflMM Vftm ID - i JJ Csl TxsSr S -gaJ- - WJLDERf WVt work JWft I j OeWltf LlttU fenriv ii iisfirjessMiiiiW lrs imiiiijiiH mtmi i - HHO GP aisiaX A c Mi ITS V suwv m TSrtjjJP Breckenridge WEDNB8DAY t ts News 22 1809 tt Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bowÂ¬ IfAROII ftp THE LOCAL NEWS J IN CLOVERPORT 9 st vfr tT f rA r - ff V do Tobacco canvas at Saliars Â¬ John Burk was in Louisville Wednes R P Smith Chilcsburg- Va day writes I dont know how I could 8tovo N Hall wont to Webster Son do without them I have had day 0 T Skjllman went to Taisvilfo Liver disease for over twenty Sunday years Am now entirely cured foe Cooper of Uaweavlllo was bero last week Jobn Deane Glondcane was here Wednesday Sims Thomas manager of the Hawes Mrs R N Hudson was in Louisville villo Hub rind Spoke factory was I ero Wednesday last Wednesday on business HouRebold paints in ten cent cans at Miss Alllenn Murray who hai been Sbort Haynes tbo guest of Mrs Morris Beard at liar Best garden and flower seeds in tbo diusburg has returned home world at Sulzers E L Whitehead went td Falln of Heines pickles and preserves best on Rough Monday to make extensive re- Â¬ ertb at Sipples pairs on the Green mansion A 8 English Jr of Stephensport Bon Ami is a great cleaning prepara- Â¬ was here Friday tion It lessens tbo labor of bruse Jesse Owen went to Louisville Wed Â¬ cleaning 50 per cent Suzers nesday on business MissSadia Birk reached this city from J W Howard of Fordsville was heto Louisville Monday night while here she will be with the Misses Jarbop Friday on bnsineas R B Rutherford Owensboro was here 0 A Mattingly of GarfHd paused through here on Ills way to liawesyille on business Saturday Mayor Barry went to Brandenburg to see bis father Saturday night Mrs Wakington of Mt Washington Honday on business is the guest of her and daugh Â¬ J A Clark of Cannelton was among ter Rev W B Rutledge and wife the visitora in town Friday J M SquireB Hardinsburg was Ollie Tousey Louisville spent Sunday among tbe delegation from the county with his parents in this city capitol that spent Sunday in town Mies Clara Lewis Hardinsburg is GliaiHe Ryan and stater Miss Belle visiting Miss Florence Lowis were called to tho bedside of their Bulzera are agents for Standard Fat- father at Tobinsport ind Monday terns Bring in your orders Mrs R H Hawkins and little daugh- Â¬ Misa Florence Simons of Tobinspoit ter of Persimmon Flat are the guesta of Ind wai in the city Monday her parents Mr and Mrs Ulrich Farber Miss Francis Smith returned to college Owen May who has been visiting his at Pewee Valley Wednesday parents and sisters in the city for tho Try our enameled paints when hous e pa it week went back to Indianapolis cleaning Short Haynes Monday Tbo place to buy your whitewash Lost umbrella with blue Dresden brushes is at Short Haynes handle Saturday night at Mattlnglys Miss Kate Wetherholt of Tobinsport hall Return to this office Ind is with relatives in the city trouble Mr and Mrs George Bentley of Haw Larkin Gibnon and his uncle John eeville were in the city last week Gibson spent a day or two here last Hardin Fate of Hardineburg was the week visiting relatives and went to guest of Miss Emma Greenwalt Sunday Tuscola III Jobn R Roberts a prominent citizen Jon L Titus of Grandview Ind was circulating among friends here Sunday of Franklin Tenn was in tbo city Fri Â¬ Mr and Mrs Warfield Hendricks day and Saturday the guest of Miss county were in tbe city shopping Mon Â¬ Georgia White day The Misses Eliza and Eva May who Fancy groceries pure cheap and ha7o been paying an extensive visit to wholesome See those pictures Sip Â¬ friends and relatiyes at Louisville have returned home ples Miss Mary Cooper of Hawesille Mrs 0 F Mattingly who has been quite sick with pneumonia Is much sp int several pleasant days with her frionds last veek Mrs Sarah God ind better fresh get a pic Mrs Matlie Walter of this city Vegetables fine and Mrs Floyd Chambers and her beauti- Â¬ turn free a coupon with every purchase ful little daughter Helen of Hawesvllf Sipples Of hor aunts Mrs Sarah Remember that you can get the novels am the guests for 10 and 15 cents Golf and Mrs Mattie Walter by standard authors Felix Hambleton one of the most at Sulzers reputable colored men in the county and Mr Alvln Ryan of Tobinsport Ind spent a few is confined to his bed Hja condition is who resides at Hardinsburg days in the city thin week prospecting critical Mrs Sam Stites and sister Mrs Geo Mrs Lsvina Oiesoll Booneville Ind Miller and little bod of Louisville are is the gueat of Mrs H J May and visiting Mrs J H Stites and niece Mies family Kiltie have returned from Taswell Ind Ind Miss Linnie Tate Tobinsport Arad Leaf Tobinsport was in the city is visltingher sisterMrs Marion Weath far Â¬ Monday Mr L al is an erholt mer and said to a News man the out- Â¬ Fruits of all kinds A coupon with look for the farmer was better than it every purchase Get a picture free at has been for years Sipples R L Newsom calls attention to the Mr and Mrs Amiel Celze returned fact that the CJloyerport Hotel property home from a brief visit at Louisville is advertised for sale by the County Wednesday Sale takes place from Commissioner returned tho hotel steps March 25 Master Mechanic Flank from a business trip to Pittsburg Pa The ladies of the Baptist church will Wednesday give a bazar the 30 aud 31st of this Miss Belle Clark of Cincinnati Ohio month Fancy articles of all kinds will is the guest of Mr and Mrs Wood be oliered for sale Refreshments will Weatherholi be served Come and spend a few happy Ernest Robertson Glendeanea loading hours stock dealer was here Wednesday visit Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that ing friends Contains Mercury Colonel D R Murray has resumed his old position as attorney for for tho L H as mercury will surely destroy the sense St L R R of smell and completely derange tho Mrs Dayid Stancllfie who has been whole Bystem whon ontering it through Such articles quite ill with inflamatory rheumatism tho mucous surfaces should neverbe used except on prescript- Â¬ la much better Geotge Johnson and Dent Head ol ion from reputable physicians as tho Rosetta have gone to Fowler Ind to damage they will do is ten fold to the good yon can possibly derive from thorn work on a farm Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by WetUy Hunter and wife of Sample Co Toledo 0 contains Cheney were the guesta of Mr and Mrs Eugene F J no mercury and is taken Internally act Â¬ Bayoea Sunday ing directly upon the blood and mucous Miss Jeanetto Warfield is the truest of surfaces of the system In buying Halls Miss Eula Miller at the lattera homo Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu Â¬ near Hardinsburg ine It iB taken internally and made in Austin lopham who has been study Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney lag pharmacy at Louisville for the past Testimonials free eiz months is borne JfirBold by Druggist prico 7Cc per botÂ¬ John Flood one of the most prosperous tle farmers in the Stephensport section was Homo Again In the cilv Monday Boyd and two children oL Vest and mother Mrs Wm Eugene Mrs Frank Owensboro were here Sunday visiting Vest returned home from an extensive Mrs Boyds parents Frorida trip last Tuesday evening Botli Little kiss Agnetta Lewis Hardins are very much improved lu health and vhurg is visitlug her grandparents Mr jtppearance Mrv Vest says theres no place like her old Keutucky home and is ard Mr Thomas Lewis delighted to ba back among her friend Geo U CMperke Brandenburg tha hntliiiclnrftBce agent was in the city - JM4444444 444 44449 els in natural motion and cleanse the systcnt of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache What a Hustling fycckcnriflgc CongTMiman D Meekbon of Ohio wrltoa tha following lotter to Dr Xlartman Farmer Raised dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ Dr S B Hartmatt Columbus O stipation and kindred diseases Dead Gnu I havo used several bot Â¬ Pe-rti-- na RECORD OF Meekison of Ohio A YEAR Has Been Greatly Benefited by OF MAIL ORDER FAME Sears Roebuck Co of Chicago Doing an Immense Business In filch Igan Always Olve Their Cus- Â¬ tomers Satisfaction -- Â¬ It Does Seem Strange That while the thermometer is still very low we will talk about spring goods but the robins and blue birds are singing and before many days Eas- Â¬ ter will be here Step in and see our handsome line of Fab- Â¬ rics also examine our stock of Â¬ Cant without them On a Small Farm of - Holt Eighty Acres at tles of fited thereby I havo feel greatly bene been afflicted Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills Breckonridgo county has a great many good farmers bat it is doubtful if there is another farmer in the county who could duplicate the record of J E Hanks a renter who sold and raised tho following stuff on eighty acres of land be Â¬ longing to Mrs W E Minor at lolte last year He sold wheat to the yalut of 330 He sold 313 worth of hogs to A J GroBS and ho also sold hogs to the value of 184 00 to other parties still having fifty head left that are valued at 150 He sold 23670 worth of tobacco he raised on the place and has consid- Â¬ erable oata and corn loft Mr Hanks says that the Minor farm is the best in that section Ho has rented tho Morgan Fountain farm at Holts and will cultivate that the next two years Scrofula Bat rheum and all diseases caused by impure blood nre cured by Hoods Sarsapirilla which is Americas Greatest Medicine TWO OF A KIND One Boy Killed Another Hurt by ing Hit ori the Head ld One ot the most conspicuous monu- Â¬ ments to the value of extensive advertising is tho Immense establishment of Co of Chlcpgo 111 Sears Roebuck which in scarcely five yearn has grown to be ono of the largest denartment stores in that city They aim to get a lions sharu of tho trade and that is the reason they advertise goods at figures that must appeal to those who may know the regu- Â¬ lar prices and are only too anxious for a chance to buy such goods for less money than they can be bought in Owosso They advertise sewing machines and or gana in this iBUe Owosso Mich Her aid Â¬ Hon D MExmsoir catarrh of tho head and fool en couraged to bollovo that continued use of will fully eradicate a disease of thirty years standing Yours sincerely Yfitb Po-rn-- WANTS FOR SALE OR RENT 4 Vsvvyvivi FARM SHOES NOTIONS LADIES and GENTS FURNISHINGS Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion ncresof lind adjoining the Wm Heard place near Hewlevvillc n part ot thu old Hon farm LII MACV STRAYED OR STOLEN BULL D MEEKISON llV-ru-n- Be- Â¬ k Tho continued receipt of endorse- Â¬ ments llko this for Dr Hartmans great catarrh remedy provo its value beyond question Men of prominenco everywhere are recognizing tho merit of a and are willing to glvoexpres slon to their judgment becauson certain absolute cure for catarrh is n publio good All druggists sell Po-ru-- Mraytd from my prtmises near llardlnsburc a black Hindis bull about one te r old with mecle nfbrmatli n as to Its whereabouts desired nose NANCY SNYDKU LEGAL BLANKS son-in-la- Vol Edwards son of Tom Edwards of Render Ohio county died Sunday from tho effects of accidentally being hit on the head with a rock by his MISS TUTT A TUCKER Morn- uiHt n i Anri ttt All Konnof Ieiral Illanks iUDGE NEWS OlMICE f 1 c tfninn hl DKKCKKN- - everything neat and nobby everything that is fashionable can be found The GROCERY DEPARTMENT is still noted for the excellence variety and cheapness of its stock When you go shopping either for your every day wants or for your spring goods dont pass FOR SALE SOJA BEANS Hot Time In Africa Sunday little brother ld son of Richard The Wrlghtlng of Render Ohio county was Miss Mary Tutt is a dameel of color terribly cut about the head by being hit and loDg reach Mies Hattio Tucker is with a coupling pin by a little boy another damsel of color but nho Is not with whom he had a difficulty Jong of reach and thereby hangs a tale Miss Tutt and Mits Tucker lovo tbe Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures over same molasses colored coon and their night the most stubborn colli as well as all Its complications tickling In the throit husky voice and mutual jealousy caused them to indulge It U the most wonderful medl violent couhlnf in linguistic gymnastics that developed cine science has produced into physical acrobatics Miss Tutt who is long of reach grab A NEW DISTILLERY bed at Miss Tucker mif sed her but uer iuuo mi iimu iter uuume Bcrtuciieu l Alore Tanglefoot to Be Made In This nance bad a verv bizarre appearance She cohlcTeasily pass for tbo queen of Vicinity the Cannibal isles For this Miss Tutt appeared before distillery Hnning Lewis are a new Judge Skillman on a charge of breach of firm that have purchased sixteen acres Monday unornlng and was of the old tan yard property pn thejCroek the peace flnddandeoste f Boutn ot town lor tne purpose oi starting up a new distillery Before the discovery of One Minute Â¬ iV 10 J K SALE snja or Soy Beans and Cow E B OGIEsllY Cloyerpoit Ky Peas tf WANTED SCHOOL teacher WANTED By first ebs Kefeiences exchanged school llKBCKENHIOCB NEWS Address T ACllilt CUe experienced FOR SALE MARE mare fine Ullicc For further in saddle and biiKgy animal Iirmation write R N MILLER Hardinsburg Ky tl FOR SALE FARM 500 SAIri A good SULZER WCt Itreita with too whether Ton cnntlno nerYe stilling tobacco habit ZeAHH removes 100 uistre ior lootcro m 1 4r1tIP out nerToudiJtren expel nicoÂ¬ IfS I tb tine purifies the blood re tore loit raaanooa T I B 000 box el traket roa itroutr m 1 jk ifcK 10U 400000 cured llur inneaiia andpociet- m d iZPh THIAfrom UOOI jour own drufrffUt who vouch form Take it with stfwUlrtatlintlTueraIstentlv One II aranteea tocureorworefund mnner IttwUas Kuid7Ce Cklutf iHtreaU lw Ierk S II I THE BEST OF THEM ALL ktJ Ii HALE A good farm of about between Illu bpring and Custer OF HAKDINSIIUKG TUITION acres BANK tf rt hJTjM is J 7OII SALE Ccttlhcate in Bryant Business Colli ee Louisville Kv iilincKKNUIDGU NEWS OFUCE COMMISSIONERS NOTICE Apply to Mratton ciiMirr nONTHLYJAGAZINE LIPPINCOTTS The egg and poultry buaines is grow Â¬ ing to great proportions in this county Struck Town and labring considerablejoutftldtf cash to Tbe linemen of the Cumberland Val- Â¬ the armers wives Grnistd Co of COMMISSIONERS NOTICE ley Telephono company completed the Louisville bought720odoijn egg at Ilreckcntdgc Circuit Court town Tuesday and installed a Irviugton HardlnBburu Jand Fordsville lines into I I Addison PIlT long distance box in the Fisher drug last week Notice in Equltj against Albert Klien Deft store Cloverport is now on speaking All per on having clilm against the fi in of terms with Owensboro and all way sta Â¬ tlfied tu preient the same The results of an oyer indugence in Adlism A Klien are un leisigned commissioner properly prov n tn the tions food or drink are promptly rattied with of the Brrckenridge Circuit Court on or before the 6ntpain or discomfort liy taking a few sohdiy of April 1S99 This March 181S09 C or Fifty Cent OUS BROWN C B C A Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak doses of HERBINE Price 50 cents 11 For frost bites burns indolent sores eczema skin disease and especially Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counter- Â¬ feit it Its their indorsement of a good Worthless goods are not lira- article Itfttl Get DeWitts Witch dHazal J ft Bliu Qtinrf r Tlonsn Cough Cure ministers were greatly turbed by coughing congregations ilaynes excuse for it now Short LAY OF THE HEN dis- Â¬ No Brcckenridge Circuit Court Isaac Norton plaintiff Nrtice in against Equity L S English etc defendants All persons having claim against the estate of I S English deceased are notified to present the same roperly proven to the undersigned commis Â¬ sioner ot the llreckcnridge Circuit Court at his office In Hsrdinsburg Kv on or befre the 29th day 01 April IB99 inis Alar n 10 sog GUS BHOWN v u CC THE ONLY BARGAIN and ciitcrtulnlng readlug matter Ko ranffntirrl mlorlr irlilch are bo objectionable to moat rc uileca It should be In every household Sub Â¬ scription 8300 per j car Agents wnntcd In every town to whom the most liberal Inducements trill bo oOired J B LtTHNCOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILADELPHIA Contains n complete novel In every num Â¬ ber In addition to 11 lnrco quantity or useful COMMISSIONERS NOTICE Brcckenridge Circuit Court Elizabeth Dubois Admri Against Notica in Equitv N A Blildlt cDelts All irsnns having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Dubois dcccaed are notified to present the same proerly proven to the unduisigned com mitsioncr ot the HteckcnridgL Circuit Court at his office in Hardititburg Kv on or before the aoth day ol April i8uo 1 hli March 18th 1899 tUS IIHOWN I II C C HOUSE IN OLD KENTUCKY Is in FORDSVILLE 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE Makes the llusic of Jlncliiiflr Coin in This County ilSu3H Anyone sendlnit a nketch and description maj Quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether an Invention Is probably patentable - Conimunlca tlons strictly connaonuai iimoDookoniswou patents sent free Oldest acencyfor spcurlnKCo rocclro Iatents Uken throniih Slunn ipeeial notice without chanto In tho Illustrated wockly Ijirgest el Terms 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by mall there must be some f trouble with its food Well I babies are plump only the I sick are thin Are you sure the food is all ritfht Chil dren cant helo but tfrtwt I they must grotfif tjfcfr Joodi Sheer Sodallo Mo conductor on electriq street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life savtid after all physicians had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure 8hort fe Havnea J Patterns none higher Z One Gray Horse 6 a year 8 a year years old THE McCALL CO 138 146 West 14th Sl New York Dally and Sunday TZmmmrmitftwwrwwtmR g In The nillinz Business ee Ffiith who formerly ifr e5lfitpioijsjortrvfrein the city y iVi xuiiii in uu uuturpriMOK business man and has purchased an in iiUheJouiina laill aLMauckjwrt and Mrs Saddle and Harness 1 YOU The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In the world By mall SUN I f I Perhaps ft nourishes them mistake was made in the past and as aresujrthcdP fiestion fs weakest n au mm v wtA tUJ utv wfwju a lot ot 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Gleim OLOVERPORT KY Everything equal of msny dallies and the supeilor of all other papers It prints more resl news more good clsss matter more good class matter thsn any other IsÂ¬ sued Wednesday and Saturday A Rood commis- Â¬ sion to agents Sample copies ree on application Write to Till TWICI AVBIC CoVMKR loUKNAt the ONLY 00 YEAK An COURIER JOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KV Ideal Farm and Family Weekly Cnrm Such as Live Slock Dairy lib IUI III Inc Horticulture Poultry Gardening and otn l rPfltllfPQ I UUIUIUO w th Market er topics written by Practical plemented BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT bine tn male for nllvinir Illustration by able artists com it Invaluable o those who farm it nniiuccefauprmersup four time JEoaJ iiitiHiJ Seriously llli Ut ii- - LJ fc Jltr Weditiay oa business The Appetite of a Qoat P S Life Pills tjie woudarful Stomach and agent Mwy MJ Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite vWter atthe borne of NSralfUr Mm sound digestion and a regular bodily f OeoT Wlijon last week habit that iBaurea perfect health and GaniliiiBiB you will tiad a aaafstieawt grfat energy Only 25c at Short Hay 11m ol Mekwear at Sutera All the drug store bs a ltr ktteat tyaddealgas Is envied by al poor dyspeptics whose and Mri Henry Tata and daugh tor MIm EtbeS ol RotieUe Jut were in Stomach and hUer are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New town thopptaj yesterday olg0wi Twill bejif you give it rj seeiro io correct the fMjeMion and tfeb the habvj started ritfht lajtin If 4th in but dm trvivcthcn the mother steuM taut the ftJttfWgairi thivirf firsiday three or thats good in you can an F M Baty ot the Custer neighbor Snborffe 4V srwithwelMrSuble Aa he is 03 years of see his is notllkelv -- lW LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by The Latest Oarkets and Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Hcport In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm Newt ami Letter among tha Farmers re Leading1 Feature in which the American Achicultukist eictlled It has reliable Special Correspondent at the dencral Local narket Center all oyer tha United and ft Breckenridge News AMD TUB lnl i tales m Wis W thkct Twinty Prolific Ewes Clint Dowel ofevyleyjrille has threo ewes thftfare remarkably prolific They have dropped fifteen lambs in twelve months All except three are living GEORGE n CASPERKE Twice-a-Wee- k BiiANDHNnyna JSPRINQ Jewelry and Insurance Kentucky I Courier Journal Hoth Ono Year for OAMVOXIXjI tuM Mmh kite y m Mm AfMtlwr lick Mr Wjl rv John Burks have an other Mr A Itttideom boy 0 tw emulsion have a good effect both upon the H wW cWW mother Mid iWc years prove John Lyl Lei tch Held was at Qleu deane Monday to deliver a pair of fine 206 was paid for mules to Jobn Deane them 1SBPD 1899 trees V ONLY Plants IIF Vines This is for csh subscriptions Only All subscrlp lions under this ccmblnstl n otTir must ba tent through lh tflicQof the 125 Short Storlet lntett lnuhlont Ianoy Work Tho Oood Cools Tlk FnatUCAC wlh h0 doctor Puxil ruHlMIOO contett Ubrpry Corner Young anddepinmen rolka lnto ccmbine to make ol at much value aud latsrest at this most nrthe Sbeclal Fanill Pepera QUESTIONS answered Ott Law MoJIolno Vctorlnnrv nd other topics lHKE sTnmilu rflUl hj Orange Judd Company - 52 Lafayette Place New York N Y Fruit sod ornamental trees shrubs small fruits and rarvthlns for utchsid lawn and uar- Waaraploy no ageou but sell dlrcci at den rsHosuis prices pirawierrj stii sief caia ogueion sppllcstlnn W BRECKENRIDGE NEWS On JMlMitc Cough Cur Xhi U wtvat It wm mU f WWkv Qmwtom jxirdcooHruflt i BOWNB CWUu Nswyort j SCOTT 4 mmnmm i W hii IIIILDNMEYIvH WHEN DOE YOUR 8UB SCRIPTlOM TO THE NEWS ha yqu jrrlte msutlon this psper Ltdngtou Ky cttr EXPIRE j w v 14 P1 a istTI tOJfr THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR Out Sight Oat of Mind ft of In other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring Visited By a Brave Pcllville But they have their use as some say to blow out the Soldier Boy bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring A GREAT FORTIFICATION thaws ITS There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and ar- Â¬ Could Stand Aguinaldo Ilniinn teries of humanity which and Chinn Combined needs Hoods Sarsaparilla also your locals as well Would like la meet you tit ariv am with you on a great many thingo yiu say What iIimou think of the Home facta about the homo life of Mrs Lin- Â¬ coln in twice a week Courier Journal of March llth If there is a shadow of doubt extant I will give it to my aex and adyocatp that while she may havo boon eccentric we all have our ccren tricties more or ltss They who in Bald to be tho groati st story teller must havo grossly misrepisented the person Â¬ ality of Mrs Lincoln Mrs T II Dates Currant Topics Jl WW t S TL m - bo ono 6tjmbm la a Pliliftgy opting what wo Wrm MODERN MERCHANDISING and that la tho reason it has mot with instantuccoflB liaa strackrtbJtoiular fancy HundrodB aro at work reaping easy fruits of thoir labor and thousands aro yot to do so YOU should Wo havo secured XhAftfcican coupons wonu i thecopadenco of tho pooplo for tho system is basod on sound business principles By purchasing a lmcmborebip in- IN A SINGLE Co eOLVD Nob 179 A operative Merchandising Association o m asTH 5 YELLOW LAKE Matt Jarber is veiy much indisposed with la grippo Mr Nelso Quiggins carried the mall a few days last week Littlo Harry Storms ban improved very much in health the last week Brother Waggoner who has been real ill with measles is much b tier Prayer meetlug every Wednesday night at the Baptist church McDauiels The prospect for wheat does not o k very promising since the severe winter We are torry to report that Miss Lena Mattingly is again sullerlug with he side Mr Bill Hunter and family have late- Â¬ ly moved into McDaniels to locate for awhile Mr Tom Cannon is having a cellar dug which will be under tho new storo house when erected The rase of Email pox thought to be just over in Gnyaon cninty terminated to be measles Mr Flag Carter near Cloverporl was the guest of uncle Fraukie Rhodes last Sunday night Mrs Tom Woosley began a spring school last Monday in this district with a good attendance Mr Noise Quiygina lias taken the contract to carry the mall for a year and is stopping at Mr Horace Hunters Blllie Frank of Fordsville arrived at McDaniels last Wednesday evening to spend Borne time in this locality Miss Hannali Smith who is attending school at Glendeane was with her sister Mrs T Woosley last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Mr Bob Rhodes returned to JetTer sonvllle last week accompanied by his brother Joe who will work in the same trade Fred Fraizs has his new kitchen about completed which is au emprovement both to the comfort aud appearance of his residence Mrs Nannie Cannon Mrs Add Rhodes Misses Mary Lewis Sue and Annie Rhodes Eula and Minnie Hart were guests of Mrs Jim May aud Clara Can Â¬ non last Tuesday eyening Farmers got in a few days work last week burning plant beds etc Many are wearing long faces in their wintery soli- Â¬ tude of getting that all All things cometh to him who knoweth how to wait We hear Mr Charlie Sheeran of Kirk has been dealing in real estate recently and that Miss Minnie Rhodes one of our promising young ladies is very busy quilting and making carpets Now what do you spicion Mr Frank Rhodes thinks it quite a dilemma to get water bound by Long Lick while gone to Glendeane after goods especially when this happens on Saturday evening and he has an engagi inent with his best girl on Sunday Our heartiest congratulations to Mr W C Moorman and his chosen bride Tho late in my ollering they are none tho less cordial aud hope as they glide down tbu stream of life their barque may bo guided by the bright stars of faith hope and love It appeared very much like Glen deaues phophecy was going to prove true last Saturday night while the wind was blowing 6uch a gale Let us hayo something more pleasant next time Mr Prophet April showers aweet May flowers etc When we get a bright day nnd the sun warms us up a littlo the ladies be- Â¬ gin to talk garden and chickens and tbu men think I can soon start my plow when in a few hours March tends more of hir chilling snow and rain and wa are again hovering around tho fireside Bro John Overton near Franks Mill lost a flno mule last Wednesday He was driving through Jim Rhodes lane when the animal stepped on a limb ly Â¬ ing there which snagged it to aich an extent that it bled to death dying in half au hour from the time it got hurt Â¬ YOUWILL BK ENABLED TO 8E0DRE TEN DOLLARS WORTH OP GOODS Send Ono Dollar and certificate with ten AddresB iuy eacn wm do Bern you ocna to uay x our dollar back if you want it viara This great Spring Medlcino clarifies tho blood as nothing clso can It cures scrofula kidney disease liver troubles LETTER rheumatism ana kindred ailments Thus INTERESTING1 A VERY it gives perfect health strength and ap pptito for months to come My kidneys troubled me Kldnoys From Sergeant Oblnchaln Who Is and on advice took Hoods Sarsaparilla which gave prompt relief better appetite doing Around the World My sleep la refreshing It cured my wife also Michael Uoylc 3473 Denny Street PlttsburR Pa Complicated with liver Dyspepsia years I Buffered Sergeant Oblnchaln of the Third U P and kidney trouble severe pulns for Hoods dyspepsia with with Infinlrny writiuK to his sister fioni Sarsaparilla made me strong and henrty J II Emertos Main Street Auburj Me Tort Said Egypt says running sores on Hip Dkak Sistek I am w II not even sen my hipDisease mo Fiveuse crutches Was to caused Â¬ Bick We have Imil very wtorniv weath confined to bed every winter Hoods Sar- Â¬ saved my life as cured er filuce ve left New York What I saparilla Am strong nnd It well me per-Â¬ Aukw fectly took for a severe storm struck us sending Robkrt 49 Fourth St Fall River Mass the sea over the top of our ship and throwing everything over that was moveable The boys could not Btand up -but went bumping around like so many I thought we were gone for lunatics Villi euro liter till the non Irritating and Hood sure and would have felt Bafer at home onlr cathartic to take TtTi I food aarsapstllla plowing old Pete but like a good soldier bad to stand it At last all was calm and TAR FORK many a boy who left dear oneB at home felt releived The captain of the trans- Â¬ Health of the community reasonably port put it down on his log as a north- Â¬ good western gale 1 thought if this terrible L C Taul and John Rhodes went to to do was a gale 1 wanted to land at Jolly last week on business Manila before n storm struck us C L Golf has been indisposed for We left New York on -- lid laid in the several days but not confined to his bay till i a m on the 3rd and at 1 p in we passed out of sight of the land and room country tfour birth perhaps for rannv r II Chancellor continues his weekly of us never to see again I dont like to Sunday evening visits to his Lady talk much about such things something Love geta in my throat Our good ship the The congregation was disappointed at U S Transport Sherman glided over Kejnan chapel Sunday by tho pastor the water like a thing of life aud all on failing to come board appeared to be jubilant over the Asher Newby nnd wife mado their prospects of some day sooner or later regular semi monthly visit to her fathers anchoring safely in Manila hay where Sunday Dewey with one fell swoop caused all Saturday and We are also fortunate that our Btock the civilized nations of the earth to re- Â¬ spect and dread Uncle Sams navy and have escaped the disease to fatal among its commanders For twelve days we horses in the surrounding counties Cave Spring church is yet without a plowed the foaming billows on a track- Â¬ The church will probably call less sea leaving behind us 3J 13 miles of pastor one soon We deem it sapient not to water we had passed over be too hasty for various reasons When we landed at Gibraltar we were Thus far the people here have not permitted to go ashore and see the city thnt dreadful epidemic and fortifications I could not begin to contracted tell you how grand and mighty the rock grippe or an old fashion bad cold1 of Gibraltar is but those old knobs that is so prevalent in many localities around Pellville are not a circumstance By the way pedlers are becoming a I wish some of those fellows in Pellville nuisance on this route as it is a common who whittle goods boxes and talk hard occurrence for them to display their timeB for a living were here where their indignation if one tefuses to purchase of minds could expand I dont believu thiii that Aguinaldo and his whole crowd We are glad to nite those who have with Jack Chinn and Mark Hauna measles at Jolly are doing well except thrown in could take the place without little Jesse Bates eea are in a bad con- Â¬ considerable bloodshed When I arrive dition We hope he will come out all at Manila I will send you some nice right things I got at Gibraltar I would have to Mies Alma GoT will begin a spring pay duty on them from here school at Ryans school house April 3rd When we anchored we tired a salute of She is a dear good girl worthy of the 21 guns for Uncle Sam pulled down the trust imposed and should have tho liber- Â¬ American Hag and ran up the English al patronage of all instead which was saluted by 21 guns Mr Jauksou has rented out his farm from the rock Just about this time one and now liveB at the late Patrick Keeuau of our boys died of pneumonia We farm We are glad to have just such buried him in a metalic colIin on the nice hospitable induatrious rock of Gibraltar It was a sad aflair farmers in our midst He was suoh a nice pood fellow and had 0 for a prolific year like laBt year and left a good home in Coin no Ind six surely from the depths of our hearts weeks ago traveled across the wators to would come a fountain of thauktgiving his grave umong Btrargrs in a foreign Then the number of subscribers to the land We raised anchor after two days BiihCKENitUHii News would be increased stay at this historical fepot and nag soon and arrearages paid up passing the straits of Gibralter out on Your correspondent a d her mule the placid waters of the Mediteranian ould man called on J B Jackson and sea We had a flno view of the isle of wife Sunday afternoon Miss Nellie Malta and also the citv We were glid Duuu a beautiful blonde was also a ing peacefully along when the cry of a would be guest there of Miss Maxie man overboard rang out over the blue was whilinc away the day at Samuel waters of the Mediteranian Everything MulTetts was in confusion and all possible done to Mrs 0 B Pate Balltown more than rescue the man but it was destined that any one in this vicinity will welcome tho ho find his grave in coral depths We fired il guns and was soon on our way approach of the dry highways in order again but one more poor soul had gone to call at your place of business and to his maker Perhaps many warm share of that hospitality and liberality hearts are learning for this lost joung that is so characteristic with you and which I hear of ou occasionally man in his nativo laud but dear sister such is the life of a soldier aud while I It is to be hope J the road qmstlon have been in the service eleven years I will bo agitated until I ere long we can cant say that I am tired of a soldiers life all with one accord exclaim Eureka I trust I will arriye safn at Mauila from which place I will write you I When some one s all have hit upon a hope Aguinaldo will have been whipped plan to Iiuvr good roads that will remain when we git there and peace declared good Truly we in these parts are roal Thun 1 want to come buck by Honolulu shuti ns not Invalid in the house but and Han Francisco so I can say I have shul inseveryone in their own domicile been around the world O oiacjunt of the it bob mi in vaade Bean th Lovingly UhOKOK W OlIINCIIAIV roadp bad Sergt Co M Ilrd U ti Infantry Mrs Grinnell I app platd your tmmtmmmmmmmrmmmmim 3vrasroEK 177 Elm Streot Dallas Texas v5 fflOodS SaUaliWiit IS STILL IUST THE immk IsEAD ON LOW PRICES V 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