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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lyrjagBwwaKsaari Fp 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXIII CLOVEKPORT they got after a Inn five foot rattler near the Hartford crossing It escaped among eonio limestone rocks but they succeeded in getting his last five rattles which Milt exhibits as a proof that it was a genuine live flesh and blood suaku that he saw WEDDINQ BELLS KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 A BANKRUPT 1899 NO 37 BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY And Rather Than Live in Hoos ierdom Suicided ITEMS OF PROGRESS Louisville Park Commissioners Buy a Gravel Pit Robert Pierce Claims Exemption The Usual ED BOLING KILLED Plenty of Doubling up Around Olcn deane i- - I- Dick Jones and Miss Dairy Bowman REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS went to Hardinsburg Saturday and re- Â¬ turned to their home at Glendeane in the afternoon man and wife Tho day before witnessed the mar Some Property Changing Hands Major Horace Scott Still Burns rige of Mirs Ada Maxwell and Jaires The Old Time Candle in Cloverport ber 24 1807 All are well known and favora- Â¬ Powell bly known Glendeane people Their flENINQlTIS boarding the matrimonial car was done amid tho best wishes of their THEY KILLED A RATTLESNAKE FARH TRADED FOR A HOUSE Feared The Dread Disease Carried scores of friends All have beon tho Him off pupils of Professor J H Pile and he specially would have them gather roses Zack Carwile known over a large part The Robertsons Have Blue Blood in roses with fewest thorns through all Prices are Better Than They Have of Breckenridge couny died Sunday at Their Veins their coming life Been For Years his home about five miles from Glen dfano One report nas it that he died of meniogitisj another says hisdeatuis An important deal was consummated the result of a fall some time ago Filzsimmons Mm beloved canine of here last week by which the Park ComDr White of stephensport came to an missioners of Louisville acquired for the untimely end Monday night the 20th city the Sterrett gravel pits just below was tied on the front porch of the Fitz here Smith Hotel awaiting the arrival of the Chief Engineer Cecil Frszler repre Â¬ Â¬ packet as he with his Master was mov Of Lumber Ever Brought Down sented thu of Park commissioners and he ing to Indiana Ti e dog unable to bear bought the property including the load Â¬ Clover Creek the sorrow of leaving fair Kentucky for ing devices for 3000 the Hoosier state ended it all by jump- Â¬ Big Hardwood Lumber Contracts The work of getting out the gravel ing from the porch thus committing Is Now on Its Wny to the Swollen Given Out will be performed by the Spoltsville suicide by hanging Ohio Iron Gravel Company the former Filz is now roaming in the land of owners The Dean Tie Company is is the Dogdutn wuore mice and bones are The lumbermen in this section are The loading devices have a capacity of Swim plentiful taking advantage of the high water on eight cars a day Glover Greek and during the past few About forty or fifty men will be em OF PROUD ANCESTRY weeks many huge rafts of logs have been ploed at the pit through the season Â¬ Little mistakes sometimes lead to re floated down its swollen bosom to the And so Ohio whence they go to down river The msjority live hero in Cloverport sults of the utmost importance The gravel will be thipped to Louis- Â¬ two or three months bk came some polt ts to be sawed up S L railroad and ville over the L If papers to Rockvalo for a Mr Robertson Jtu iieavin took u raft of 250 logs to will be used for grading the parkway R G Robertson received them only to Gauuulton Tuesday learn that they belonged to a Robertson The largest raft evi r bated down the Ileal estate deals have been very numIn r storing creek is now headed this way It is des Â¬ of Rockvale Tennescee erous in this vicinity of late them to their owner a correspondence tined for Evausville and is in charge of El zibetb King sold to R T Mattingly sprang up which is moft gratifying in its Hardin Porter one of the best known one farm on Bull creek consisting ot revelations Our Robertsons than whom loggers in the Green River region 100 acres for 500 no better people live are learning that The raft consists of COO logs and con- Â¬ R T Mattingly sold a house in EastÂ¬ closely related to the pioneer tains over 150000 feet of lum er they are land to Elizabeth King The property Robertson settlers of Tennessee and It is an immense affair and large is valued at 500 North Carolina and to Ex Governor R crowds will undoubtedly congregate on Mrs Ellen Robertson sister of J H 8 Robertson of Fort Wayne Indiana the bridge to see it pass Moqrman of this ciiy died at Vine The Robertson family is composed of Grove March Ctli She was born and the best of blood and the origin is one A NEW DEAL raised in the neighborhood of Hardins Â¬ aaarlaaaaaaaT that should make everyone that bears Trying to Change the burg in this county and was sixty six proud Democrats the name feel years old at the time of her death She Order of Things If the writers genealogy showed him was a noble Christian woman and bad that Scotlands noble blood fl w a through The Democrats of this county are been a member of the Baptist church for a proud day would be his his veins W J DEAN JR quietly circulating a petition calling for iilty two years Nothing seems surer than that the brav- Â¬ a special election to elect three special Mary J Miller sold to Lewis Hun Never before has there been as much ery valor courage uoblruese and honor commissioners to administer the fiscal ning a tract of land of 54 acres on the activity in the hardwood lumber busi Â¬ of the noblest Scotch are by direct inher- Â¬ affairs of the county Short Line Railroad near the city for ness in this section as at present itance the possession of the Robertsons The plan is to do away with the pres Â¬ 1080 Every mill in the county is running on of Glendeane ent system of transacting the countys Haynes sold to John A Ilea full time and employment at good Short Mr Robertson has received a copy ot business through the magistrates ton one lot on the corner of Second and wages is being given to hundreds of the coat of arms belonging to the family It is necessary that the petitions have Oak streets for 250 hands dignified un Â¬ courteous Affable Thoso having the instru Â¬ 350 signatures The Dean Tie Company an immense changed Mr Robertson very gracefully Charles Crawford of Long Branch charge are meeting with suc Â¬ concern is taking tho output of all tlifc proud ancestry and most ments in learns of his bought of John R Pusev of West Point cess mills in this vicinity Last week the modestly replied to to your correspond last week one hundred and twenty five company coutractedQwith D B Parrish in- Â¬ ents questions which led up to the acres of land at 30 an acre t cut 500000 feet of lumber The work formation here presented is to begin April 1st Mr Parrish will BUSINESS OREAT HE BURNS CANDLES employ ten or fifteon skilled hands The Henderson Route has done an Major Horace Scott of Hardinsburg is The company also contracted with Joe immense business the past months the only merchant in this county who Mattingly to cut 1000000 feet of hard- Â¬ According to an official of the road wood timber and work on this order is still uses candles in his store lie doesnt tho banner month of its history was to commence at once allow any one to carry a coal oil lamp Tries to Burn James Skillmans March 1808 when the earnings for the about his premises after night for fear of QOOD IMPRESSION month approximated 44000 an accident Mr Scott caraies a big House This month however will eclipse it stock of goods and he thinks there is has M A Cassldy Here In the luterest of danger from a candle than frein coal oil Cook Discovered the Attempt Just The earnings of the road up to the 23rd His Candidacy were nearly 14000 aud the outlook for He us s coal oil of course but he doesnt in Time the earnings to approximate over like for a lighted lamp to be carried Mr A CaBsidy and Dr Ray Helm of 50000 before the month is out is very Lexington around in his store Mr Scott always were in the city last Thurs- Â¬ of a What looks like tho bold attempt bright keeps a few candles in stock but there is day In the interest of Mr Cassidys can Â¬ fire bug to destroy the homo of James little sale for them compared with twen- Â¬ Skillman of WebBter was frustrated by FAIR COMPANY didacy for thu democratic nomination as ty years ago Articles incorporating the Brocken State Superintendent of Public Instructcook last week the The domestic got up rather early in ridge County Fair Company were Hied ion Mr Cassldy is a gentleman of mag KILLED A RATTLER the morning according to the report and in the County Clorks office last Monday nificent qualities of head and heart He The incorporators are W K Barnes M is Interested heart and soul in education- Â¬ Section foreman Metheney and crew while getting ready to prepare breakfast H Beard aud O L Pate Books for al work and has some splendid ideas re- Â¬ of Glemieano report the first rattlesnake heard a crackling noise at the corner of stock will be opened in a short time garding the conduct of tho office he find of the season Last Wednesday the house seeks Ho created a splendid Impression Going outside she found that an PROGRESSIVE CITIZEN while here incendiary had placed a lot of kindling house and had ignited it against the BODY IDENTIFIED The Are was put out before any damage was done Floater Moved to Jeffersouville For THE SAD FATE OF A DOd Robert B Pierce of this city fled a petition in bankruptcy at Owensboro last week The case is No 72 and is set With a down for hearing before Judge Walter Boys Were Playing Evans Mr Pierce owes taxs to the Loaded Shot Gun amount ot 5042 and 1002 00 to difler ent parties in Hawesylil for labor He is also indebted to several banks and merchants here to the extent of 2238 05 VERY SUDDENLY EXPLODED His oesots amount to 5150 which are composed of several lots in this city a lot of mining and gas stock He claims Mr Pierce made 1203 as exemption The Shot Brought Death to an assignment to J W Barry on Decem Â¬ R riVA AbswuteexPure rwvi sakiwo powpte co Baking Powder tw roan Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ination for Superintendent of Public in- Â¬ struction was in town one day last week accompanied by Col Bate Washington of HARDINSBURG Mrs Ed Hall of West View is visiting Mrs Parsons Mrs Ben Ed Gray of llarned Station is critically ill Cash paid for country produce Ben Â¬ jamin Andrew Rev J W Bigham returned from Vine Grovo last Saturday Sam Tucker and Miss Bettie Harntd were lately married in Oklahoma Sell your eggs to Benjamin Anderson Hardinsburg for the highest cash price Irvington Ed Doling A HOST DISTRESSING AFFAIR You can buy your Irish potatoes Bweet potatoes and all kinds of canned goods from the Eclipse Grocery company a Try it little cheaper than elsewhere Old gold and silver old watches and clocks old spectacles and silver ware old violins guitars sewing machines all taken in exchange at T O Lewis The iTcQavock Children Were Entire ly Blameless Jeweler Persons desiring photographs should LARGEST Â¬ RAFT BUSINESS BOOMING Â¬ One of the most distressing accidents that oyer occurred in this section result ed in the death of Ed Boling yesterday afternoon Alvin McUavock thirteen years old and his little brotiier Hugh nine years old were playing with a shot gun in a room at the homo of their father Kob ert McGavock on Patterson hill a mile from town Ed Boling who was working for Mr McGavock was in the room at the time Alvin not knowing it was loaded pulled the trigger of the weapon and it exploded The load of shot entered Bolings breast inflicting wounds fromwhich he soon died After the boy realized what he had He done his grief wiis uncontrollable is nob held to blame for the unfortuuate affair and his parents have tho heartfelt sympathy of the whole community Boling the victim of tho accident He is of came here from Brandenburg excellent family and was a man of most estimable character He was about 35 years of age Â¬ JIH Â¬ FIREBUGS BAD WORK Charley Mattingly is his residence with a fresh coat of paint J Mattingly Gus Shellman thinks keeping jail is a The fare on the railroad from this Cloverport and return Is 150 slow business as he hasnt had n board- Â¬ point to er for three monthB Well the majority Ihe hens seem to get down to busi- Â¬ of folks are Improving and the toughs ness when the farmers can get cash for hava been run out of town his eggs A full line of fresh new beautiful and Quarterly meeting will be held at the first class jewelery flne sewing machines M E church tMijlh next Saturday and violinB guitars and everything of a first Sunday Call in and hear the class house The bottom of the roads are giving grapbophone talk T O Lewis way and the farmer is putting in his us- Â¬ We are in tho butcher business to stay ual kick and respectfully soliclit the patronage of You dont want to fool away too much the trade Will meet all prices We time with this electiou and the guberna- Â¬ can sell meat as cheap as any body torial business Call and see us C L Pate Sons There was a flne crowd of people in The wedding business has been a littlo town last Saturday and our merchants slow over at the Court house for some did a flne business time Judge Ahl has not tied a matri- Â¬ James Bush the dentist will be in monial knot or stx months or more Hardinsburg March 30 31 and April 1 But the Judge can sure make em stick at the Lenniu hotel The Cloverport editor related the James Busli thu dentist will be in death of Jubal Hook last week when he Hardinsburg March 30 31 and April 1 doubtless intended to make it Jubal Board Mr Hook is yet very much alive at the Lenuin hotel James BubIi thu dentest will be in while Mr Board passed away at the ripe Hardinsburg March 3031 and April 1 old age oi 81 out at Custer The City hall was well filled with the at the Lennin hotel town people last Friday night to witness ADDITIONAL LOCAL James Bush the dentist will be in the entertainment gotten up by Miss hardinsburg March 30 31 and April 1 Hicks who has charge of the elocution- Â¬ ary clars in the B N college Tho re- Â¬ Mrs Frank Haswell and Miss Jessie at the Lennin hotel A superior quality of open kettle New ceipts realized was about 20 Shull went to Hardinsburg Friday to atÂ¬ tend the elocutionary entertainment Orleans molasses 50c per gallon Eclipse Grocery Company You can be cheerful and happy only given bv the pupils of Miss Bess Hicks Prof McGinnis of Owensboro gave a when you are veil If you feel out of For Sale Bicycle In good condition sorts take HERUINE it will brace you Double tube tires wood rims gear GS humorous lecture at the city hall last Saturday night There was a small turn up Price 50 cents A R Fisher barrel hubs upturned handle bar weight 24 lbs An excellent machine 1250 out To Satisfy a Judgment All kinds of repairs Mr Anderson the Commission man 0 O Lewis The properly known for years as the Stephensport moved his family here last week and The Cumberland Telephono and Tele- they occupy the McGill property in the Cloverport Hotel now conducted by M W Mitchell was sold by County Com Â¬ graph Company has completed its lines east end Granville Wilson of MtQuady was in missioner Gus Brown last Saturday to into Chverport thereby connecting this It was purchased town with HawfBvillo Evansville Hen- Â¬ town one day last week He is spoken satisfy a judgment Bishop of of by tho Democrats as a probable candi Â¬ by the rlalntiff Dr A derson Kockport Owensboro Nashville Marathon N Y who bid the amount Whitesville Beaver Dam Hartford date for the Legislature of the debt 2044 it The property Fordsville and nil points in their exten Â¬ If Hardinsburg had a small manufac was appraised at 4500 sive territory which extends as far south tury of some kind one that would be as New Orleans permanent and give employment to Use Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at once a bet Â¬ Have you a cough A dose of BAL working men you would soon see for bronchitis and ripe It has stood the test and is positively a relbbe remedy Iife is too short to LARDS HOrlEHOUND SYRUP will ter town Prof M A CaBsidy of Lexington experiment with new ro called sure cures Bulls relieve it Price 25 cento and 60 cents Ky candidate for tin democratic nom Cough Sytupc sts but 25 tts A R Fishei Â¬ not put off coming In too long as good weather is at hand I will leave Har- Â¬ brightening up dinsburg with my tent April 5th W EASTER SPECIALS TIES GLOVES SHIRTS w7 till iVv Ladies wo have a splendid two clasp kid glove in colors dark and light brown and black at Gentlomon wo are most assured Â¬ ly showing tho grandest lino of Â¬ Better Be Wise Than Rich Wise people are also rich AIET DEATH In Burial HomeÂ¬ when they know a perfect remedy for alt annoying dis- Â¬ eases of the blood kidneys It is liver and bowels Hoods Sarsaparllla which is perfect in its action It so regulates the entire sys- Â¬ tem as to bring vigorous health It never disappoints Goitr- e- For 42 the Frozen North While ward Bound years I had goitre or Word has been received of tho death in the Klondike of Myron Skinner a former resident of West Point The deceased left the latter place about seven years ago While on his way back home he broke through tho ice of a glazier and had his arms and legs frozen He was 05 years of age at the time of his death r TiJ jBfIk jh ff 1ilWa31MVJH Hflaaatfaaaal BIBS skgujtfliyi The body of the floater found in the Ohio river near Stephensport last week has been identified as that of Herman D Kern of Jeffersonville The remains had been buried by the county authorities but they were claim Â¬ ed by the sister of the deceased and wero taken up and removed to Jefferson Â¬ ville for burial by undertaker Kooch of that place BLOOD CURE SENT FREE A neckwear at swellings on my neck which was dis- Â¬ Khcumatlsm couraging and troubleaomo Hoods Sarsaparllla also annoyed me cured me completely and the swelling has entirely ulsapneard A lady In Michigan saw my pievlous testimonial ana used of the same Hoods and was entirely cured recommend Â¬ trouble She thanked mo tor Mas Anna Sothkbland 400 Lovel ing It Street Kalaruaioo Mich Poor Health -- Had poor health for years pains In shoulders back and hips with constant headache nervousness and Used Hoods Sarsaparllla no appetite trained strength and can work hard all day Â¬ be eat heartily and sleep well I took ItMas helped roy husband cause Lake Minn Kuzabctii J Oirrw s Moose i would If I Strpn Makes WeakHoods Sarsaparllla give bottle for less It Is the bes Sufd no get It for iprlng medicine It makes the weak strong LBBUT A JAUwi ww0 WW rftxdSwa apwum grjTKrortrrreri wn nf y r tin i th non irriutiajL J Itialto glove Cluzo patent resi- Â¬ One of the most progressive men in all tho newest colors at county is J W Pale of clues and docUJ nd still have old persistent dence of J A Hestun on Second and Breckenridge ul the pimples Oak streets has been awarded to J A McQuady He does au immense busi Â¬ tore or lea distressing eruptionIrrlutlni kin in tecks band bowfl and arms Kin - iichinir KDMtkra i ki May hall that you over behold hero Work will begin as soon as ness in the implement lino every year crujiua uncr iumwiuu li i diuuu irouDici ecieDU meicutial rheumatUm catarrh lever Wre Eolton face covered with little aorei cancer or any or any whore else and if you are in He manufactures tho True Blue the weather will permit II B became II plow and received an order not Ionic blood taint then give lialn BIs atrial for made Another Lodge U Uk Uotanlc Blood Juit uch neod of such an artiolo como and sines for 100 of these Implements caiesand It cures to stay cured those stubborn cant bo beat L B Oayce Deputy Sovereign Com btooddlseases that other milder edtclnee laileven see us All above named troubles are evidence to benefit manderof the Woodmon of the World Death of Afvln Ryan ot bad dinned blood In the body and B B B cures because It forces all the poison or Impurity or Is In the city endeavoring to organize a Alyin Ryan one of the oldest end best blood humors nut of the bodyboncs and entire sys Â¬ lodge of that order He is from Hop I nnndaome Premiums to Purchasers of tem To rvmQYo all doubt of Its power to cure we known citizens of Tobinsport Ind died offer to send to any sufferer a sample bottle of B B ktnayllle to see them mid demand 1 He leaves U absolutely free B B B is an old well tried Wednesday oi pneumonia remedy henca we know that It cures o stay cured Tate Mills the following children to mourn his for the people cured by B B B years ago are well tody and free front al blood impurities Curtis Tate and Miss Zllpab Mills two loss John Ryan Oharlio Ryan Thomas Canoer lliedlag Eating Sorei Miss Belle Ryan Clayton Ryan popular young people of Roselle Ind Ryan Cancer ot riose lip fare ear or neck external Qrandyjew Ind aud Zal Ryan West or Internal csnear blecdinc eatlnn sores are all were united in marriage last Wednesday B by the most powerful blood He was 70 years of age Ills cured made B All B drunUt wit B B B at puri Â¬ Virginia i per fier A Revival larva bottle Write for trial bottle and a aamola burial which took place at the Tobius raail botte of B B 1 will be sent by return Rev A F Beare ot Stephensport will port cemetery was Jargely attended Addres BLOOD BALM all charge arepald CO su Mhtaell St Atlanta Oa Describe your BmtatiNWDdK meeting at Loouat Hewaa lover begin a protracted aod free personal medical advice will be symptom Nwrs ana MWWmlw reading it given Grov Ind Thuwday slhL W PATH four-in-hands Contract Awarded The contract to build the new Care for Blood and Skin Diseases Ede ma Pimples Sorofula Blood Poison Cancer Eto If vou hava tried aarsaDjrlllas patent medl 25c 75c worth Right hero wo claim to bo tho leaders and when you see our mag Â¬ nificent lino of Negligee shirts at 100 and our well known thumb 48c attached collars or detached cuiTs you will agree with us All bIzob and patterns to select from 12 it 100 10 ED EC iHkCi and 15 Ask coupons PnPp rllCiCi Jorhi THE FAIR Coverports Leading One Price House IMk fr rf laagfll r j a fc I GOOD TALES OF MEN Stories of Love of Marital War of Beggary of Psychology of Archaeology HIS WAY OF COURTING1 WOMEN AND THINGS of Strange Birds and Creatures Gleaned in This and Adjoining Counties etomach hut he waa aa unyielding as Iron Tho next feature of the performance waa the sticking of plna through tho boys cars Those who watched tho boys countenance saw a face that was aa No ex mob U aa that of the Sphinx pression of pain or interest could bo dis cerned It was as stolid as marble Tho performance was concluded by the father making passes behind tho boys back In obedience to the mes- Â¬ meric Influenco the boy became ligit felt back into the arms of his father and was put in a post hypnotic state Dr 8Imons was standing near and the reporter Inquired What do you think of it Doctor That boy waa mesmerized or he ia the most consum mate actor I ever saw was the reply Â¬ Â¬ SEND WPMgHEYRgMgg nron nunuiyn asitiinu iAviint rrrnn Yon can stamina It at rsarsaar- CO DeaMsiiaasalaatlaa ana u iouna riniitj iiraturr eaacur nl mutt mrmontadsvaal u mMim ailan aallaa alt as a6oo or r g i iui Hi THU emiATUT umiiii iuu Special Offer Price tl im miiki m Our ThsnuehlnswslgtasllO T REO andfrlhtcharirs pounds and th might wlllaTtraas 7S rent foreach 00 mllM QIVK ITTHRRK MONTHS TRIAL In jronrownboinaandwavlllrstiirnyour SlUO any day ara not satisflMt Wa Mil aifrrtal aaaka aa4 mnin f KhvMMklM at MJ 11000 in 0011109 and on all of whlnfi an fall dencrtbed In Oar fr aLfa slsrus trat 9IBBQ rac IkU 7 DRAWKn BUEDIOK HfaUHl la to nvatast vaiaa erorotnrod by any houi as Tory1 you Dun uitAUG nun V TiLLnftirsa -- m hh iiiD m iiiiiiju-l-r- r ji may midst Isaioclfl lent to the News from Ciien ult Monday A green appln lu a small bojn ivuUt could not cim inorH KgtAtton tlinti tho flppenratici of J II Calm of Oklahoma in Cliptmultfi midst IIo is a brezy Westerner and la built o tho tamo ttull that entered into tho composition of youutj Lochinvar of poet ic fame Catlln wants a wife and ho wanta her bad or kooi whatever tho goddoea of love may vouchsafn lihu He beliovefl tlmt llieru never wan a truer Haying than faint heart ueer won fair lady anil hu is going Into the chaae with lion h arted courage and with the confidence cf succcia thai la character- Â¬ istic of a born cilice pceker Last week he nppuired in Clovrport and said he waa going to Chenault to nee a young lady whom lie had never met and ask her hand lu marriage He was as good as his word According to the local cross pa of that good old town Mis Abble Del1 a beauti- Â¬ ful charming girl was the heroine of this latter day romance MIm Dell wo would judge In a golden haired girl for Mr Catlin expressed a distaste for individuals with hirsute adornment that reflected the sheen of tho aura of the morning In hlfl conversation hit makes it appar- Â¬ ent that lie could only love a dark haired blue eyed beauty who knows all the mysteries of the cook hook On Thursday he CHlled on Miss Kflle Gardner and ate a dinner of her own cooking He enjoyed the meal im meoselybut history does not relate that he Intimate I to the young lady that Barkis Is wlllin Mr Call i u iouI I give the beaux of this section n greit many pointers on wooing that tie would do well to heed While conversing with a young lady the other evening hu said Introdine me to some young lady that I miulit take buck with me to Oklahoma Why Mr began the young lady hesitatingly Before she could repl he interrupted Maybe you might go I do not like the West bIio an swered naively But there are other places he eager Â¬ ly replied I was bred in Old Kentucky she answered and they all look alike to me Mr Catlin will go homo without that girl The Chenault girl is as coy and timid as a fawn She is not to be hunted with a brass baud but this does not prevent Catlin from preslng his assortment of suits The more coy the Chenault girl becomes the more determined lie is in thecliRse He sends notes to all the girls and little Harry Cunningham is acting as Mercury to Iits Cupid Harry is making a fortune as messenger boy and is envied by all the small boys of the town I wish I was Harry is the burden of their song every timo they see Harry enjoying bought the delights of an with money earned us Loves messenger In the meantime the young men of Chenault are proving themselves the personifications of chivalry The lake Catlin out introduce him to the girls and help him haye a good time Though they Iovb the girls of their home they do not allow the green eyed monster to project ids hideous form on the scene They are giving Catlin a fair show and ttie inside track wd if he does not take a Chenault trirl back to the West with him itia because they are coy and hard to please Â¬ J H Catlin of Oklahoma is Item t lint whs in our PIVE WOMEN REBEL Deanefleh is a small hamlet that uratl s among the hllUol Ohio comity The induMrloiM portion of Hi male pop- Â¬ ulation makes a living digging coal from tho bowels of the earth Urnnefleld like most towns has Its H p Van Winkles If iU woman foks are to be believd ami they should be it has more than Its riihre Thore aro five mairied nun within its mil flues who love red lleker more than work and who cultivate each others roriety more than they do that of the wives of Ihclr boHoins It a well drllied ruse of buds of a f at her Hocking together and from all m counts they are black ti dp A few days ago these convivial men betook themselves to a Bectuth il corn crib there to enjjy the adductions that John Barleycorn provides his folowera They were having a uay old time and as they drank boru after horn of moonshine whiskoy they became hilarious and sang bacchanalian HongH whose burden show Â¬ ed a reckless disregard for good m uals and the ideals of sobriety Tin echo of their strident voIum dis turbed the silence of the hamlet of Deanllttlil It also apprised five good women of tlin little town of the where Â¬ abouts of their recreant hnU Ai though moved by u common impulse live women each with a broom lu her hand stepped fortli from the thresholds of their respective homes and set their faceB in tho direction of the crib from whence the founds of revel came One woman had her sleeves rolled up The muscles oil her arm 1 mked llko whip cord She whs big rawbiuml a nd hercouutenence had a look of fearless de-Â¬ termination that was born of supreme confidence in the glory of her strength By mutual consout she took the lead and four women inspired by her reck less daring followed after with bold Arm Â¬ pose It la to make better husbands if they have to beat sobriety morality and virtuo into their systems with broomsticks May they prosper in their efforts Â¬ triad Straight toward the corn crib they With each nteo their faces marched became harder the lightniug of ven geanco Hashed from their eyes and they clutched their brooms with a nervous grasp that indicated a burning deiire to use the weapons where they would do the most good Tneir silence was omin- Â¬ ous In the corn crib five men unconscious ot the approach of the priestesses of Nemesis were holding high carnival One of tlieiu holding the bottle of liquor to his lips was uttering the toast Herds to women once our superiors now our equals when the leader of the band of retribution ruaheJ into the crib The toast master waa a weak little man an J his wife was the leader of the female avengers With one fell swoop of the broom she knocked the bottle from his hand and with another swipe of the weapon she made him see more stars in n second than any astronomer has ever put eyes upon in an hour Her onslaught was a sigual for attack on the part of her fol- Â¬ lowers Soon the corn crib that a few minutes before had been a temple of Bacchus became tho temple of Mars A battle royal raged and it only took a few minutes for the women to clean out the place JV Is a plsin way of stating what wo term MODERN MERCHANDISING and that is the reason it has met with instant success haa struck tho popular fancy Hundreds aro at work reaping easy fruits of their labor and thousands aro yet to do so YOU should be ono of them Wo lmve accurcd tho confidence of tho peoulo for VVV99rt9tS 7000 FOR SOO IN A SINGLE BOUND o nun They drove their husbands across tho fields to their respective homes and oiue within their domiciles tiie wives gave dissertations upon the obligations and responsibilities that devolved upon hus Â¬ bands in general aud husbauds in parti- Â¬ cular There are now live sorer if not wiser and better men in Deauelield than therewas before the rebellion of tho wives There aro now five women in tho town who are conscious of a sense of duty well done They have formed au otten sive and defensive alliance whose pur HYPNOTIST There are fow persona in Breekenridgo county who do not know John Tyndal IIo is one of the most unique speci- Â¬ mens of humanity that has ever been permitted to draw breath John Tyndal known the countryside over is possessed of a very lively wit aud with a pair of muscular nrrop but it ia hia wit rather than his arms that ho compels to work to earn his living John is n During his varied career he lias been a Profes sor of Legerdemain and with the Black Art and Hocus Focus ho has entertained several generations John 1b unlettered but this does not prevont him from being a deep Btudent of the things that thrive in the Itealm of Mystery Ho is tho great apostle in this Bection of the Wonderful and it ras John Tyndal that first introduced tho magic lantern the planchette board the graphophone and kindred mystic inventions to the people in this neck of the woods In appearance John Tyndal is so re Â¬ markably like Du Mauriers Svengali that he would easily be mistaken for thelalters twin brother He has tho Bame sharp eyes keen hooked nosa and wierd black whiskers Hia fingers are serpentine and Beein to possesa tho elec tric fire of magnetism John may or may not bo a belieyer in the doctrine of the transmigration of souls but ho ia a veritable reincarnation of Svengali and seems to have inherited the letters powers This waa demonstrated In a manifesta- Â¬ tion at Fiahers drug Btcro Saturday a week ago John Tyndal haB a boy named Sam The latter is a raw country youth aa verdant aa the grass that clothes the meadows of his native home He knowB little of the world aud its Beetniug paa slona and is aa much a son of nature aa the aboriginal warriors who first inhabit Â¬ ed the hilly fastnesses of Breckenridge A few weekB ago John Tyndal die covered he had a strange influence over his son The influence was mysterious and it was the tiling ho revelled in He experimented and soon found that the power he poseased was hypnotism Ho brought the boy to town and at Fishers drugstore gave an exemplifica- Â¬ tion of this power He made a few passes before tho bova face and threw him into hypnotic elate He placed a lump of coal in thu boys bands and told him it waa red hot The boy dropped it quickly a look of anguish came into his face he tried to cool his handsnnd cried piteously He was then taken up into a baloon in his mind when about a thousand feet high his fatherexclaimed bam its as cold as belli John is not always accurate in his statements Sam immediately but- Â¬ toned his coat tightly about him He begun to shiver his teeth chattered and he actually turned blue with cold Suddenly Ills father shouted The baloonB busted weer dropping and will be killed dead as hell A look of abject tenor came into Sams face arid he trembled with fear Ilia father called out Weve landed all right and a look of inefliable bliss was nil cted in Sania countenance Next Sam waa thrown into a state of absolute rigidity His tody became as hard as a rock and he was placed with his head resting on the back of one chair and his heels on tho other His father placed his whole weight on the boyd Â¬ JOHN TYNDAL CURIOUS DEUdARS Oloverport has had her Buaroof unique mendicants during the past few weekb Ono of the queerest characters waa a fellow who was in town last Saturday He registered at a local hotel as Peg Leg Jack from Everywhere Like the man In tho song h bad a wooden leg and it was his boast that he never rode in a Bide door Pullman or battered a back door for a hand out during his long career as a tramp Peg Leg Jack said to a group of inter- Â¬ ested listeners that ho bad been in and had piled bis vocation in every country on the globe He is proud of being an American and said that only in this country is mendicancy made a fine art He claims that the tricks of European beggars are old and chestnutty Jack had imbibed freely of tho juico of the forbidden fruit and being a master raftsman and proud of the fact he re Â¬ vealed trade secrets that in his normal condition he would guard as the apple of hia eye IIo showed his listeners how he could produce an artificial burn on his arm shown that to tho average man would excite hia sympathy and diyorce him from a coin or two as a practical manifestation of his feeling He also simulated paralysis and made himself seem a most pitiable object of charity He pulled out phony rings and spectacles and explained how he palmed them off as the real thing on thejayaand gazabos and made them pay in many cases a 1000 per cent more than they were worth for tho articles In conclusion Pig Leg Jack said Im the slickest duck that ever happened and I always travel with a wad that is furnished me by the suckers that are born every minute The other day a whole family of beggars struck town It consisted of a man Lis wife and two children the latter were eight and seven years old re- Â¬ spectively The man was loaded down with blankets and comforts tho woman had just enough clothes on her person and in her bundle to flag a hand car the edest child carried a tin coffee pot and aomo blankets and the youngest child was loaded down with an iron skillet almost as big as herself and with a varied assortment of tinware The family marched through town in single file and excited the curiosity of all In reply to soma questions put to tho man by the reporter he said they had walked all the way from Areola III aud were on their way to Virginia They averaged twenty miles a day and intended to walk every foot Tho man was a degenerate and had the the hopo lees broken spirited look of a half starved dog The woman had the bold stolid stare common to tho lower elapses of humanity and seemed utterly indiffer- Â¬ ent to her condition The children looked old beyond their Â¬ rt yeare The tragedy of their lives had 1 MW crushed out the joyonsnessnnd b loyancy THE BURDICK 120111 M Tspr mpdarn lmproTnin of youth and they personified tho apathy mad with Ui dtraota or nona fctil marla Aatrtta mo piano born of hop lefs misery They were aouDoiiciBinrrBcrrcoTiR pnlli uimii on t nttmrrMbearlnfr pollih flnett nickel drawor reata CMtr ball anait larro high little old women and looking into the adjnitablo trtadla nnuino Bmjth Iron ttand Illicit Mill IDrap- no iiwuiuwipwhiTa luurcuuviun ivea 1IUI tawtl depths of their blue owl like ovpf one UMI IHBWWUH1IIWWIIM WlPUCr IWJJUIiHUlIB DMinngf were op n mte foot Improred hntUo carrier patent noodle bar could pee they patent drM ffoard n with sorrow and troubl terms eaa mmI nlnlni Bnetei4 UeuuAnnniaau ihikihii nnnraMtiir tnrj tiewa m raraU ue ear Frea Instruction that they had a knowledge of evil at a ailMkBtat Jurtbowanyone can runll and do either Book tells BO time when nature intended that thiy plain or jnyklnd of fancy work macnuieYEAU uuiuuujuH iant wiiaeTery A should powers tho ignorance that is bhsc WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE CO OHIOAOO ILL aeAR8 ROEBUCK A STRANOE FIND When you write mention this paper A correspondent for the Hancock Clarion writing from Trashere School house They ovcrcomo Weak NBOTTS A most remarkable arcL ro ilogical says ness irrcRUiarny nnuomissions Incrcnso vigfind waa made by Messrs Clarence and pains nnd unnlsn Emmick on their land at Etnmicks John of menstruation They aro IjIFE SAVEltS to girls at landing last week It consists of abouta womanhood aiding development of organs nnd body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm lire dozau cistern shaped pita from one and becomes a pleasure iklOO PER BOX BY MAIL Sold a half to four feet in diameter and of un- Â¬ by druffglst Dtt MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cloveland Ohio known depth These pits are situated For sale bv Short Haynpp True2l8 Olovprpnrt Kt along the second bank of the river and about twelve feet below the present surmmmammmrmmmmmimmamKmmmmmmmiammnmmtam They wero uncoverface of the ground Tho rnjtttentr j locates RATES T aivigiinrllhlV otel In thvclty ed by tho late high water The walla wi AHreiBEw vSs are of a reddish black cement and havo the appearance of having been burned from the inside Their arrangemont is in a straight line about a hundred feet in length some of them being only nfow inches apart The walla are about two inches thick and aa they stand they ro seuiblo large juga partly covered with earth imiMV nHHUmH iNiilNMHHllHir Â¬ PENNYROYAL PILLS Â¬ Â¬ catvrwwt IK PLUflS Clarence Sterret in hia paper says Readers of the Clarion will remember about tbia time last year as well as the A RAIN OF 0ea70UISVKY0 wMMwMywwvwyvwywwwvwMMWW year before mention waa made of plums falling on a small spot of ground on the Jack Rltchey farm five miles from town on tho Patesvillo road They fell again last week in exactly the Bame spot a space not larger than a room for the third consecutive year Nowhere else in the neighborhood is any to be found and the neighbors are beginning to think the They alwayB come in a spot bewitched rain storm at the samo time of the year and more wonderful than all elso exactly on the same spot V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY l- PEEPAKED TO PKACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS - LAST OF THE TRAPPERS Henry Tompson an aged and respected colored citizen of Irvington is the last of the race of trappers left In this Bection He is now in the neighborhood of Stithtom Hardin county trapping foxes skunks and otter Henry knows the language of the beasts of the fi tlds and the fowls ofthe air The denizens of fi ld nnd fen have heard of Henry and have such fear of his prowess as a minrod that it interÂ¬ OPPIOE VyVVVWWVVVVVVWVVVVVyVVfVAVVVVVVVVW feres with his success If de varmints didnt know He says me eo well dey wouldnt hide out wen I come into dere kentry Den I could ketch dem CAUOHT A WHITE COON Messrs A Hie Cooper and John Parton caught a white coon while out hunting near their residence at Rockvale in this county a abort time ago The animal ia now on exhibition At the museum of Mr J T Smith Jr Fordsville There are several albinos in this section Here in Cloverport the people have noticed a white English sparrow flying about for the past two years In the Webster neighborhood a white quail has been seen on various occasions by hunters Going feel a A BOON TO MANKIND D i TABLERS BUCKEYE s5ZmcE Sw2 lllsjlLilUUCTSMMMajMaaa PILE wm 11 2c3pr rjnSjIrN n BnmWm f JP6eMamaaaHfciHBBBiCHaMt CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and Dota Hill People suffering from Kidney Disease gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a A R Fisher Guaranteed preparation A Witt Hardinsburg Oloverport EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN -- aaaassiimallsnsBlsaBasilllB CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by Mail 76 cents Bottles 50 cents JAHES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky 4 t t Whats the News The next time you are asked this question tell your friend that 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 4aafcaa nsTB YOU WILL RE ENABLED TO SECURE TEN DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS Send One Dollar and certificate with ten coupons worth 8100 each will bo sent you Send to day Your dollar back if you want it Address The American Co Opera tie Merchandising Association viTi1 zclin-ag-ib--r N03 thesyatcmis baaed on Bound bueincss principles By purchasing a 1 mcmboraliip in saving values marked on goods at his store S 177 179 Elm Street Dallas Toxaa SllIottlnt SI6B0 SflEKSSa BUGGIES bir rim III SEND 0ONE DOLLAR subjit ixuraluMlou nlirbt f TO cu this ad out and send to ua and It you live Last or the Jlocky Mountulno wo wlU t O 110000 lUPUlbUt 1 ui jroi STSr MW OUR SPECIAL OFFER MrfKtlr U can ewiulns It at yuur PHICE lrlutileit inuTlr Juu iTiVl vV Ono Dollar sent wltli order a nnhnnUJLJmJk0rR0WN rA0T0Y n CHICAOO 5500 treieht iharBo I1 icsVthS TTPraTOfflTre No Knife I No soooo and x MannvUM bUttlttia Mi 1 x - MitUM eaxsijfff kb la to 3i ja7 g - TJi - ua ijatfguvuLUiujW J u winnai m II II1U U13T blWJI HUT CX UKDULT Wi ourowuuvo awry DUIffry ractory for maintain tna anlo imnioae of tinlllliiranir wlllnic a urmit moult Till WI CIS IM T MJtKnilHU and to BUM OIK CUTOXIIU MtSll ACTlKtUa THUHT w Wis Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE ia guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of au eminent physician Interruption of Businoss yTYvjAlVfi s7 EvaryQuBcy Wo Mako la Guaranteed Five Year and They Will out wear Five Ordinary Factory Rise THl MATUIAUKD UIOI IN OUIACMf QUItN coat sum lais feabla that in the ordinary factory lumry We iim a SJU ouihlon cloto aoms um MoatttisnealttUheadllnlaiBomeiiaeiOenti we ue li aal leather some uae cent i wo use to coloraaud varnUbeo anme use T5 cent and I1jU IIom PAY A1MOBT DOUULK the price moat mak COUR OWN MAKE AOMK OUKHN bodleaareWUraVW4 eaa UaMatatUI aae UWUralUf OUR ACME QUEEN aM salaltkna kaae aaxaUaT COVERS 003T of matt rial 9900 BARELYbuaaiee a day and to advertiseand labor leoln ua tbeamallet prolltlmaslnble our buviry factory we are wllllnir to ISLL Tilia oi but we are building 70 Wi know70 OOiollr jronton 70buifirlea will aaUafy us adrartue useverywbare alooraomniciiLABQKBT UUOOY and build up the flUUIKESa IN TUB THE ACME OU REM ira build lu umi ur wlle track ctoth or leather trimmed and aprlngabuffed aatt Hsaaw vtaaa leather quarter top solidI intl back apnnira in back wuaar aenf4 ana aae body black gear Talia Carxi II aaau asINatBarvenspateotsrewedriniwbeelsalaU4la dark ereen lth bodTBllil odeat strtplnar eomplste with snafu aids and back ourulna boot storm and antl rattlara leaaiaae ail WaliKlneelatuue ef alela 1111 ailre HWX nilUUS fOofoiID an4 Ua lralkl araaafertOO aUba llOOl 100 eillaa 11111 100 tiUM Hlil 100 wlla Itllll 1000 Billl SSOO aMl roar order I HOI LAst wIUisallsfaotory pay UlikHTIt w agent ubelaiwey lllod ana 11 ths railroad 74 hu wi will rfturn JOUMI 09 rralaMaaaraaa owiarwiae pay aouuoa ana uif uvai win ivwru uiiartu1 POrTT UlTV Jl CAPjrAJTOnY 1IUOQY bow soft alraoeleicluelwely by all Machinery Healers tmlttSiBnlSiirJPJZl treatment hrings immediate relief ourod thousands and will euro you MR T 8 WILCOX prominent morohan nnu cniei ot tno unattanooga laro JJepar Tho first After venn oinineiuled to me The use of one box effected I voluntarily give ou this statement hoping It of bringing our wonderful remedy to the nttcn ferlng with pllei of nifferlnir It has n Aire Embroidery Swisa and Ham- Â¬ Wash Boards 10c 18o 22o and Irish Potatoes New Early Rose 29o burg 1 to 85c per yd for seeding and eating jiurposes v 2 Pie PnnB for 5o A beautiful lino of Silks cheaper Yellow Darners and Silver Skin Jelly Cako Pons 4o than ever before Onion Sets Canned Goods Kraut 8 bars Dandy Soap for 6o Mens Suits String Beans All Wool 450 5 24 oz bar of Soap for 6c 050 S760 Corn j and 050 And whats best 1b Toiqatoos i they aro all the latest spring styles Hominy Tinware IoaH Nico lino of New Printa at 4o l Buoketn 8 quart for 10c Pumpkins and per yd worth 5c Condensed Milk Buckets 12 quart for 13c Mens Pants Coffee Boilers 2 quart fjr 9o Coffee Boilers 3 quart for 18o All Wool 200 224 248 ColT o Boilern 4 quart for 16o 298 398 and 495 WANTED 4 pint cups for 5o GARDEN 8 E E D S Forryu Dish Pans 15o 19o 24c CrossmanB and Ricosbest varie- Â¬ CHICKENS AND EQGS Fibro Water Buckets 25o ties ri i i Vi DONS PILR oTfj aa can iuf- - Price 100 Prepaid to any Address fiPMIinNP kt7 ii DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA TENN AdumsSEARt ROEMUCKItCO When you write mtatlon Ibis paper WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUOQY CARRIAOE AND HARNESS CATALOGUE WEX JBrowKiL CENTER BARGAIN Inc CHICAGO ILL IRVINGTON - KENTUCKY f2 mmm V hef Iagroed to take with mo several merchants of different nations with their merchandise We sailed with tho first fair wind nnd after a long navigation tho first placo we touched at was a desert island where we found tho egg ot a roc equal In bIzo to that I formerly mentioned Thero was a young roc In It just ready to be hatched and its beak had bogunto break the egg Tho merchants who landed with me broke tho egg with hatchets and mak- Â¬ ing a holo in It pullod out the young roc piecemeal and roasted It I had in vain entreated them not to uieddlo with tho egg wmvg V 4p What Shall Wc Do A serious and dangerous disease pre- Â¬ vails in this country dangerous because so deceptive It comes on so slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated bo fore we are aware of it The namo of this disease which may be divided into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble Indicated by pain in the back rheumatism lumbago fre Â¬ quent desire to urinate often with a burning sensation tho flow of urine be- Â¬ ing copious or scant with strong odor If allowed to advance this roaches the Second stago or Bladder trouble with heavy pain In tho abdomen low down between tho nayel and tho water passage increasing desire to urinate with scald- Â¬ ing sensation in passing small quantities being passed with difficulty sometimes necessary to draw it with instruments If uric acid or gravel has formed It will provo dangerous If neglected The TLird stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmer the groat kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam- Â¬ ous for Its marvelous cures of the most distressing coses and known as Dr Kil mors Swamp Koot It is sold by all druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root a sam Â¬ ple bottle and book of valuable informa Â¬ tion will be sent absolutely froo by mail Co on application to Dr Kilmer Binghamton N Y When writing kindly mention that you saw this liberal offer in the Bheckknbidob News A TV Old Hymn ThoroS lota o muslo in oin tlio hymns of long ngo An when Bomo gmy haircd brother sings tho onoa I used to know I sorter want to tako a hand I think o days gono by On Jordans stormy bankB I stand and cast a wistful oyo music in em thoso dear swoot hymns of old With vieiona bright of lands of light and shining streets of gold And I hear cm ringing singing whoro Momry dreaming stands From Greenlands icy mountains to Indias coral strands Theroa lota o Thoy seom to sing forovor of holier sweeter days When the lillies of tho love of God bloomed white in all tho ways And I want to hear thoir music from tho old time meetins riso Till I can road my titlo clear to mansions in the skies Wo nover needed singin books in them old days wo know Tho words tho tunos of every ono tho dear old hymn book through Wo didnt havo no trumpets then no organs built for show Wo only sang to praise the Lord from whom all blessings 1 flow An so I love tho old hymns and when my time shall come Before tho light has left mo and my singing lips aro dumb If I can only hear cm then Ill pass without a sigh To Canaans fair and happy land where my possessions Ho SinLd The episode TKe Sailor- - of the Sea in this selection from the Arabian Nights is one of the most celebrated in literature of the Old Man capital of the island took mo with them He and presented me to the maharaja asked mo who I was and by what ad venture I had come into his dominion After I had satisfied him he told me he was much concerned for my misfortune aud at tho same time ordered that I which com- Â¬ should want for nothing mands his officers wero to generous and careful as to see exactly fulfilled Being a merchant I frequented men of my own profession and particularly inquired for those who were strangers that perchance I might hear nows from Bagdad or find an opportunity to return For the mabarajas capital is situated on the seacoast and has n fine harbor where ships arrivo dally from the differ- Â¬ ent quarters of the world I frequented also the society of the learned Indians and took delight to hear them converso but withal I took care to make my court Tegularly to the maharaja and conversed with the governors and petty kings his tributaries that were around him They put a thousand questions respecting my country and I being willing to inform myself as to their laws and customs ask- Â¬ ed them concerning everything which I thought worth knowing There belongs to this king an island They assured mo that named Gassel every night a noise of drums was heard there whence the mariners fancied that it was the residence of Degial I deter- Â¬ mined to visit this wonderful place and in my way thither saw fishes of 100 and 200 cubits long that occasion more fear than hurt for they are so timorous that they will fly upon the rattling of two sticks on boards I saw likewise other fish about a cubit in length that had heads like owls As I was one day at the port after my return the ship arrived in which I had embarked at Bussorab I at once knew the captian and I went and asked him said I for my bales I am Sindbad and those bales marked with his name are mine When the captain heard me speak whom thus Heayensl he exclaimed can we trust in these times I I Baw Sindbad perish with my own eyes as did also the passengers on board and yet you tell me that you are that Sindbad What impudence is this I and what a false talo to tell in order to possess yourself of what does not belong to do Have pationce replied I you 7 me the favor to hear what I have to say Tho captain was at length per- Â¬ suaded that I was no cheat for there came peoole from bis ship who knew me paid me great compliments and ex- Â¬ pressed much joy in seeing mo alive At last he recollected me himself and embraced me Heaven be praised said he for your happy escape I I can not express the joy It affords mo There are your goods tako and do with them what you please I took out what was most valuable in my bales and presented them to the maharaja who knowing my misfortune asked me how I came by bucIi rarities I acquainted him with the circumstances of thoir discovery He was pleased at my jood luck accepted my present and in return gave me ono much moro con- Â¬ Upon this I took leave ot siderable him and went aboard the same ehlp after I had exchanged my goods for the commodities of that country I carried with mo wood of aloes sandal camphor uutnieg loves pepper and ginger We passed by several Islands and at last ar Â¬ rived at Bussorah from wheucn I came to Bagdad with tho valun tf 100000 sequlus All the troubles and calamities I had kings undergone could not cure me of my in Â¬ year they brought thither the - hones for pasturage They added that clination to make new voyages I there- Â¬ fore bought goods departed with them r they were to return home on the morrobeen oas day later I for the beet seaport and there that I w-and bad I moat have perished became the inhab Â¬ might not be oblged to itepend upon a a great dis captain but have a ship ia my own pom ited prt ol the Wand w lm- - mand I remained till one wu built on M mi it would have tae pur jqm at nay own charge When the powible tec m to have got thither with hip w ready I went pa board with ray a n4f out aMAh tl rf4uxnd to U fMdtt hoi sot hftTlag emoofh to load TlT y father was a wealthy merchant of He bequoathed me X JL much repute a large eBtate which I wasted In riotous livirg I quickly preceived my error and that I was missspending my time which is of all things the most valuable I remembered the saying of tho great Solomon which I had frequently heard from my lather A good name is better and again than precious ointments Wisdom is good with an inheritance Struck with these reflections I resolved to walk in my fathers ways and I en- Â¬ tered into a contract with some mer- Â¬ chants and embarked with them on board a ship we had jointly fitted out We set eaU and steered our course to- Â¬ ward the Indies through the Persian Gnlf which is formed by the eoasta of Arabia Felix on the right and by those At first I was of Persia on tho left troubled with sea sickness but speedily recovered mv health and was not after Â¬ ward subject to that coinulatnt In our vojage wo touched at Beverel it lands where we Bold or exchanged our goods One day while under sail we were becalmed near a Bmall island but little elevated above the level of the water and resembling a green meadow The captain ordered bis sails to be furled and permitted such persons as were so inclined to land of this number I was one But while we were enjoying ourselves in eating and drinking and recovering ourselves from the fatigues ot the sea the island on a sudden trembled and shook bs terribly The trembling of the island waa per- Â¬ ceived on board the ship and we were called upon to re embark speedily or we should all be lost for what we took for an hland proved to be the back of a sea monster The nimblest got into the Bloop others betook thembelves to Bwlni mlng but as for myself I was still upon the island when it disappeared Into tho eea and I bad only time to catch hold of a piece of wood that we bad brought out of the ship to make a fire Meanwhile the captain having received those on board who wero In the Bloop and taken up some of thosb that swam resolved to improve the favorable gale that had just risen and hoisting his sails pursued his voyage so that it was impossible for me to recover the ship Thus waa I exposed to tho mercy of the waves all the rest of the day and the By this time I found lollowingjnlgbt my strength gone andldlspalred of say Â¬ ing my life when happily a wave threw mo against an island The bank waa high and rugged so that I could scarce ly have got up bad it not been for some rootaof trees which I found within reach When the sun arose though I waa very feeble both from hard labor and want of food I crept along to find some herbs fit to eat and had the good luck not only to purcure some but like Â¬ wise to discover a spring of excellent water which contributed much torecov or me After this I advanced farther Into the Island and at last reached a fine plain where I preceived some horses feeding I went toward them when I heard the voice of alman who immo diately appeared and aak me who I was I related to him my adventure after which taking me by the hand ho led mo into a cave where there were several people no Ieea atnaied to see me than I waa to sea them I partook of Borne provlalor which they offered me I then asked them what they did in such a desert place to which they answered that they were trrooms belonging to the maharaja sovereign of the island and that every Â¬ bn ys Scarcely had they finished their ro past when thoro appeared in the air at a considerable distance two great clouds The captain of my Bhip knowing by ex Â¬ perience what thoy meant said thoy were tho malo and tomato parents of tho roc and presoed us to re embark with all speed to prevent tho misfortune which ho Baw would otherwise befall us The two rocs approached with n fright ful noise which thoy redoubled when they saw tho eg broken and their young ono gone They flew back in tho direction they had como and disappeared for some time whilo wo made all the sail we could to endoavor to prevent that which unhappily befell us Ihty soon returned nnd wo observed that each of them carried between ita talons an enormous rock When thuy came directly over my Hhip thoy hov- Â¬ ered and one of them let go his rock hut by the dexterity of the steerman it missed us and fell into tho sea Tho other so exacIy hit tho middle of tho ship as to split it into pieces Tho ma- Â¬ riners aud passengers were ell crushed to death or felt Into the sea I myself was in the number of the latter but as I came up ngaiu I fortunately caught hold of a piece of tho wreck and swimmiug sometimes with ono hand and some- Â¬ times with the other but alwayB hold- Â¬ ing fast to tho plank tho wind and tho tido favoring me I uainu to an island and got safely ashore I sat down uponthe grass to recover myself from my fatigue after which I went into tho island to explore it It scorned to b a delicious garden I found trees everywhoro some of them bearing green and others ripe fruits and streams of fresh pure water I ato of the fruitp which I found excellent and drank of the water which was very light and good When I was a little advanced into the island I saw an old man who appeared very weak and intlrmed He waB sitting on tho bank of a stream and at first I took him to be one who had been ship- Â¬ wrecked like myself I went toward htm and saluted him but he only slight- Â¬ ly bowed his head I asked him why he sat so still but instead of answering me he made a sign for me to tako him upon my back and carry him over the brook I believed him really to stand in need of assistance took him upon my back and having carried him over bade him get down and for that end stooped that he might get oil with ease but instead of doing so which I laugh at every time I think of it the old man who ap Â¬ peared to me to be quite decrepit threw his legs quite nimbly about my neck He sat astride upon my shoulder and held my throat so tight that I thought he would have strangled me and I faint Â¬ ed away Notwithstanding my faintlrjg the ill natured old fellow still kept his seat upon ray neck When I had recovered my breath ho thrust ono of his feet against my side and struck me so rudely with tho other that hd forced me to rise up against my will Having arisen he made me carry him under the trees and forced me now and then to stop that ho might gather and eat fruit He never left his seat all day and when I laid down to rest at night he laid himself down with me holding still fast about my neck Every morning he plnchod mo to make me awake and afterward obliged me to get up and walk and spurred me with his feot Ono day I found several dry cala- Â¬ bashes that had fallen from a tree I took a largo one and alter cleaning i pressed into it some juice of grapes which abounded in tho Island having filled the calabash I put it by in a convenient place and going thither r gain some days after I tasted it and found the wino bo good that it gave me new vigor and so exhilarated my spirits that I began to sintr and dance as I carried my burden Tho old man perceiving the effect which this had upon me nnd that I car- Â¬ ried him with moro easo than before made me a Bga to givo him some of it I handed him tho calabash and the liq- Â¬ uor pleasing his palate ho drank It off There being a considerable quantity of it be soon began to sing and to move about from Bide to Bide in his Beat upon my shoulders aud by degrees to loosen his legs from about me Finding that he did not prees mo as before I throw him upon the ground where he lay with out motion I then took up a great Btono and slew him I was extremely triad to be thus freed forever from this troublesome follow I now walked toward the beach where I met the crew of a ship that had cost an chor to tako in water they were sur prised to see me but more so at hearing You the particulars of my adventures fell eald they Into the hands of the old man of tho sea and are tho first who ever escaped stranglirg by his malicious ombraceB Ho never quitted those he had onco made himself master of till he had destroyed them and no has made this island nortorlous by a number of men he has slain They carried me with them to the captain who received He put out me with great kindness again to Bea and after some days sail we arrived at the harbor ot a great city tho houses ot which overhung the sea One of tho merchants who had taken mo Into his friendship invited mo o go along with him He gave me a large Mck and kayjHg HtiOBuaemM im to MMoaaoj4a tf ttt town who oaad to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Kussian Government has ordered an amended form of tho fifth command- Â¬ ment to be taught in the elementary schools in Russian Poland The amon Iment says a Berlin corres pondent of tho London Morning Leader Dr Bulls Gouflh Syrup Is n grand takes tho form of a supplement which olJ remedy in eel for many years and stilt In public runs nnd show respect and obedience iivor It is without doubt the best medicine tcr all to tho ruling monarch and his officials pulmonary aflections It nlways cures All drug Instructions have been issued enjoin- Â¬ girts sell it Tor 35 cts ing school teachers to pay particular at Sympathy for Children tendon to this nnd to seo that all child- Â¬ A mother in Babyhood tells of her ren learn tho revised Commandment little Dora who went and repeat it across the street to play with a neigh Â¬ bors child but finding her gone camo The Eagle King of All Birds back sobbing bitterly I rather lauglad is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ at her saying What a foolish little tinct vision So are thoso persons who girl My friend looked up from her use Sutherlands Eagle eyn salve for book saying Did you over think that weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind the disappointment that come to a child or granulated lids Sold by all dealers seem as much to them as do our greater at 25 cents troubleato us My dear if you havo some great trouble and tell it to me you He Clot It would think me most hard hearted to They wero irreligious people but bad merely say You foolish woman I to tea Little Tom saw tho point as I nover had before and invited tho minister was told that ho must be careful how ho Dora was soon mado happy by mammas sympathy and a promise of a walk lator acted before tho man of God and that All his conversation must be holy on went well until they sat down at the The results of an over indulgence in table The jelly was just beyond the food or drink are promptly ratified with- Â¬ ministers plate and little Tom wanted out pain or discomfort by taking a few some Urudder Brown he asked doses of HEUBINE Price CO cents A will you please tor Jesus Christs sake It Fisher He got it to pass tho jelly His Entry Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Med -Ai English country squire who wish- Â¬ ed to make an entry at art agricultural cine is unquestionably the best remedy exhibition wrote thus to the secretary for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to Please put me down on your list of cat tako and is guaranteed A It Fisher Cloverport 13 A Witt Hardlnsbtirg te for a calf Â¬ four-year-o- ld 1 gathor cocoa nuts doslred them to take me with them Go said he follow them and act as you see them dot but do not eoparato from them otherwiso you may endanger your life Having thus spoken ho gave mo provisions for the journey and I went with them Wo camo to a thick forest of cocoa tiees very lofty with trunks so smooth that It was not possible to climb to tho branches that bore tho fruit When we entered tho forest we saw a great num- Â¬ ber of apes of several sizes who lied as soon as thoy perceived us and climbed to tho tops of tho trees with amazing swiftness The merchants with whom I was gath Â¬ ered dtones and threw them at tho apes on tho trees I did the same and tho ugrsi out of revenge threw cocoa nuts at us so fast ami with such ges tures aa sufficiently testified their anger and resentment Wo gathered up tho cocoa nuts and from lime to time throw stoues to provoke tho apes so that by this stratagem we filled our bags with cocoa nuts I thus gradually collected as many cccoa nutsas produced me a considerable sum Having laden our vcbsoI with cocoa nuts wo sot sail and passed by tho is lands where pepper grows In great plenty From thenco wo went to tho Isle of Comari where tho best species of wood of aloes grows I exchanged my cocoa in those two islands for pepper and wood of aloes and went with other merchants I hired div- Â¬ ers who brought mo up some that were very largo aud pure I embarked In a vessel that happily arrived at Bussorah from thence I returned to Bagbad where I realized vast sums from my pepper wood of aloes and pearls I gave tho tenth of ray gains in alms as I have done upon my return from my other voyages and rested from my fatigues Â¬ Sleepers sloepor is that on which tho sleeper runs while the sleeper eleeps Thereforo while the sleeper Bleeps in tho sleeper tho sleeper carries tho sleeper oyer tho sleeper under the sleeper until the sleeper which carries the sleeper jumps tho slecpor and wakes tho sleeper in the sleeper by striking tho steeper under the blecpor on tho sleeper and there Is no longer any sleopor sleeping in tho sleep- Â¬ er on tho sleeper A Wild Guess The teachor was questioning bor claes A sleoper is one who sleeps A sleep Â¬ er la that In which a sloepor sleeps A before the superintendent who had call- Â¬ ed on a visit and thoy knew greatthlnga wore expected of them says the Cleve Â¬ land Plain Dealer All things went well until tho following question was asked Whero was Queen Liliuok Teachor alani born Small boy In back of room Dunno maam but I guess alio waa bred in old Kentucky 1 for Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure maUcs weak men Btrona blood pure 60c 1 All Urugwlsts Alado In America Tho Midland Railway Company ono of tho biggest lines in England Ins ordered n number of locomotives from America Tho company found that while it could not gat one eoglno In fifteen montliB in England it could get twenty in four months from America Tho motto Made in America will soon bo substituted for Made in Germany on gooJs ued in Great Britain Have You Had the Grip Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy is Intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping cougli and influenza It has becomo famous for its cures of these diseases ovor a largo part of tho civilized world Tho most flattering testimonials havo been receiv- Â¬ ed giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating nnd preslstent coughs it has cured of eovero colds that have yielded promptly to Kb soothing effoctflt and of tho dangerous attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the Tho extensive use of it for child whooping cough shows that it robs that disease ol all dangerous consequences SoldbyAil Fisher Cloverport and R A Sliellman Stephensport From Her Experience Tho examiner wished to get tho child ion to express moral reprobation of lazy people aud he led up to it by asking them who wore the persons that got all they could and did nothing in return says Tit Bits For some timo thero was silence but at last a littlo girl who had obviously reasoned out tho answer in- Â¬ ductively from her own homo exper- Â¬ iences exclaimed with a good deal of Please sir I know lis the confidence baby If you have you probably need a reli- Â¬ able medicine like Foleys Honey nnd Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rack Â¬ ing cough incidental to this disease A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Har dinsburg Quenches Fire Soveral instances havo been lately re- Â¬ corded of the use of aqua ammonia as a fire extinguisher It has proved won- Â¬ derfully efllcaciouF owing to the great volume of gas which it eyolves Tho odor of the same gas by making ap- Â¬ proach to the source of conflaijratlon difficult militates against any general application of it To allay nains subdue inllamation heal foul sores aud ulcers the most satis- Â¬ factory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Prico 25 cts and 50 cts A R Fisher A Big River Tho amount of water precipitated on this globo annually in form of rain snow etc has been estimated to be 20000 cu- Â¬ bic miles In other words it would form a river a mile wide a mile deep and 29000 mileo long or long enough to reach around the earth at the equator and have 5000 miles to spare Russianized Commandment Marvels oi a Qraphopnone One of tho wonders of tho end of tho century is tho home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive hand orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophouu ono can record tho human voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You can keep tho voices of your friends to bo heard whenever you wish Grapliophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogua 30 to tho Columbia Piionociuaiii Co No 019 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D C Agreeably Disappointed Sldnoy had been dining out with his parents aud had eaten as heartily as any boy of 5 years well could says tho New York Commercial Advertiser Whilo the adults wore sipping their aiter dinner coffee Sidney Btraightened up in his chair and emitted a deep sigh What is tho matter Sidney Havent you had a good dinner inquired the Knew the Sign hostess Ellen has George como homo from Oh yesm a great deal better dinner school called Mrs Snaggs to her ser- Â¬ than I expect d said Sidney Yes maam came back tho vant answer Where is he I havent Y Ha9 WwaS Bo How do you know then Been him Bewi the Because tho that he is at homo cats a hidin under the dresser Rey E Edwards pastor of the English Baptist Church at MInersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Palu Balm Ho A few applications of this lini- Â¬ says ment proved of great service to me It subdued the inllamation and relieved tiie pain Should any sufferer profit by giv Â¬ ing Pain Balm a trial it will pleaso me For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport OASTOIIIA J tblfot IS Polks Corn Canned Pears Macaroni Best Sugar Cured Hams 2 Bags Salt Hill 8c 10c 8c I STIILX- - insr THE li 1 1 s LEAD ON LOW PRICES lie 5c 5c 10c 5c 5c 5c Fresh Buckwheat Flour package 10c Golden Gem Roasted Coffee 15c 1 Bottle Pickles 5c 1 Bottle Tomato Catsuj 5c Lion Coffee 10c Canned Apples 10c No 2 Mackerel 3 Good Oranges Prunes California Evaporated Peaches 3 Bars Everybodys Soap The Best Assortment of Penny Candies in the City - a Full Stock of Fresh Vegetables CALL AND SEE US The Eclipse Grocery Company G- - W BEARDS OLD STAND HARDINSBTJRG-- KY ZZXi ZJ22SES2 U pii y CURRENT a S SEE sure 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAaE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1899 TOPICS nr Mm irii should enjoy that 14 jr Hi tete-a-te-te ii MteHttMtoafataN ii ii ifttfUA J ii -- vli-a-y- ls rn hattib orinbll EIGHT RAGES Somewhere between here and China the bottom of the llrecken ridge county roads Finder will pleaao return to the Fiscal Oourt or give Informa- Â¬ tion leading to their recovery and receive eultablo reward The Derby at Ohnrcbill D wns will bo the finest in years Big strings of handi Â¬ cap horses The Hon J A Scott who spoke here is exceedingly well pleased with his chances His speeches are certainly attracting much attention T - OST w Marcolla Sembrich will sing twice at ANTED A man to enter the race for the democratic nomination for repre Â¬ the May festival and f am gad Louis- Â¬ Do not all anawer at once sentative villes talented girl Mies Zudie Harris will be a piano soloist I believe in rec Â¬ ognizing home talent First the trusts then inflation Series of bus ta paralyzed nation I am glad to Bee former Auditor Nor- Â¬ man is exonerated but I regret tho black Trubts and suckers are born every minute eye it giyes for two of our former Attor- Â¬ ney Generals and hope their mistakes The mule has no kick coming on the prices ho is bringing were from tho head Aooinaldob gold collar does not prevent him from getting It in the neck An artificial ice trust is being formed This is tho coldest deal on record weather vane In its present condition we cannot understand what makes the Dr W Godfrey Hunter will return to Guatemala where we hopo he will rest on his laurels knowing well some of the thorns in politics when Congressman from the Third district and candidate for the United States Senate Maria Christina mother of the king of Spalnis to marry an Austrian Archduke go into the hands of the The Archbishop of Toledo has gone to The indications are that tho Goebel boom is about to Madrid to dissuade the Queen Regent receiver Ills Eminence will have a fruitless mis Â¬ Maria will gladly leave Spain owes It to the fact that it is sion complexion A IUwksvillb girl who has a lovely especially when swayed by a tender fresh every morning motive pieces the dismemberment Ik the excitement of cutting the Philllpine rebels to Oliver II P Belmont calls on Demo- Â¬ of China 1b forgotten Ho savs trusts form crats to harmoniz thatlt is only the man in the poker game that carries the giant evil He wants United States Goebel will soon find Judges and Senators elected by the peothings with a high hand ple An increase of navy I am with He might him again hes against expansion Im Somebody should present Urey Woodson with a waste basket in favor of letting the American flag work throw away more of his float anywhere we can raise it legally Goebbis scolding propensities leads us to remark that he may not be a thing of and lawfully beauty but he Is a jaw forever I think it is time New York authori- Â¬ ties were taking action againBt fire If Necessity is the mother of Invention the new compressed gas capsules must traps There should have been a have b en Invented by a politician strong penalty long ago for building largo structures that were not absolutely Â¬ Half the people In this town who complain of ennui are tired of doing noth fire proof A bill for the legislature ing and are too lazy to do something should have been drafted to such an end before human beings uwere cremated The senator from Breckenridge county called on Godfrey Hunter Monday He hearts broken and people rendered in Â¬ bit was probably trying to Jolly the gum shoe statesman a sane all from neglect and carelessness notes Tub fact that Aguinaldo is compelled to move his headquarters every day ex amplifies the biblical truth that theres no rest for the wicked The principal objects of interest in Brockenridge county are mortgages and and think sometime our progress Â¬ ive editors will arrange a Caucus for us correspondents and editors in order that we may behold each other and pleasant things and topics pertaining to newspapordotn Mrs Bates wishes to know what I think of the Homo facta about the homo life of Mrs Lincoln which appeared this month in Courier Journal That Mrs Lincoln was peculiar we will all admit that she was somewhat rain is apporont that oftentimes she failed to take in in- Â¬ telligently tho exact situation of affairs is equally as evident but that she has been misrepresented by those wh o have written of her and about her is a fact too plain to dispute Sudden olovation nearly always creates a stir in tho breast of the ono elevated and thoeo who have witnessed tit and arrows of envy and jealousy are very apt to fly Look at the lamented Elizabeth of AusÂ¬ tria When the transatlantic cable then ed tho nows of the torrible crime name ly the assassination of this lovely and beloved woman even the members of the Embassy at Washington refused to believe such a thing The empress was a noble woman in the full sense of the word brave resolute courageous and endowed with a hoart so soft and loving When one succeeded in reaching it though its assumed coldness that she could truly be called one in millions who wins forgiveness and mercy for tho rest And as she despised narrow convention- Â¬ alities and the bauble loving vulgar so- Â¬ cial system Of her country the masses cried mentally unbalanced Pecu- Â¬ liar Eccentric until they tore to shreds what they were unable to under- Â¬ stand People who soar immeasurable above somo others are utfusually termed you know The estrange eccentric ment between her and emperor Francis Joseph was caused by they say just as Mrs Lincoln suffered from the same source The anarchist that used tho stiletto did not claim a demented brain but admitted the deed was planned and premeditated But the etilltto that sent the Empress to her grave and the as Â¬ sassins blow that hurled Lincoln to eternity should no more evoke condemnation as physical murderer than they say who commit moral injustice and malevolence and as Mrs Bates very gen- Â¬ erously and charitably says for the sake of our Bex let us always striyo to advo- Â¬ cate to the contrary especially when they are characters so different from other women as to arouse bitter criticism Â¬ Does Your Bach Ache In constant pain when onl your foot Ib that dragging pulling sonsation with you from morn till night Why not put tho medicino exactly on tho disease Why knot apply tho euro right to j tho spot itoolf I f You can do it with L Shoe News That s i Interesting For the Men Folks and Boys Our now BUELL SHOES in black and tanare now ready for you to put them on That they are up to date in every particular it is needless to state WehavealBO the CELEBRATED DIAMOND BRAND in all desirable shapes and shades in tan and black DrAyers Cherry Pectoral The Yery Best Shoes The Yery Lowest Prices f ji i - - Plaster Immediately after tho Plaster is applied you feolj its warming soothing in- fluence Its healing remedies quickly penetrate down deep into the intlamed tissues Pain is quieted soreness is re lieved and strength imparted No plaster was ever made like It No plaster ever acted so quickly and thorouzhly No plaster ever FOR THE LADIES Do you need a pair of new shoos for that new easter cos- Â¬ tume If so call und examine our now spring lino of button and lace shoes and oxfords M J1 SEE OUR LINE OF had such complete control overall kinds of pals Placed over tho chest it is a powerful aid to Ayers Cherry Pectoral relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation roa alb nr alt rnuooiKTu J C AVRR CO Lowell Hast r tm if Bootees THEY ARE BEAUTIES It The Colonels are on training ground and are runniig off surplus Utah on the track Captain Clark cannot restrain The wholesale lynchings at Little River Arkansas would amount to anarchy his enthusiasm when it comes to talks were it not for the fact that the people are dealing with niggers on his Bystem at Thomasville We up here are hoping that those samo Colo- Â¬ Pledge with wine pledge with Befobe Miss Columbia adds any of the belles of her new possessions to her cap nels may not be all system but that cried the young and thoughtless practice may cause them to ascend in wine see to it that they are at least ornamented with fig leayes she should Pledge with wine ran the ecale and that the pennant mav Harry Wood through the brilliant crowd for them at the end of the season It is rumored that Sam Jones has been engaged to chase the devil out of float The beautiful bride grew pale the de-Â¬ LouiBville If this is true Charley Weayer might as well prepare for a foot race cisive hour had come She pressed her A little girl in the Youths departwhite hands together and the leaves of county the other day and the mystery of it ment sayB she frozn some ice cream her bridal wreath trembled on A siiowek of plums fell in Hancock her pure with bail that Friday we had such a big is that Boss Quary was not within a thousand miles of the spot when it happened hail She says I havent heard of any brow her breath came quicker her body else that did that I knew a beau- Â¬ heartbeat wilder From her childhood P Watt Hardin in his candidacy lor goyernor is following the path that leads tiful young lady named Miss Susie Herr she had been most solemnly opposed to to success and the beauty of it is he has adopted the best plan of keeping to the who in one April knocked the hail off the use of wines and liquors Yes Marion lay aside your scruples right the trees and froze ice cream for a little boy of mine who was very ill in Big for this once said the Judge in a low going toward bis daughter The The people of the Kockvale neighborhood are bragging over the capture of a Spring Susie is married now and has a tone company expect it do not so seriously white coon White coobb are so numerous on the Btreets of Cloverport that they boy of her own and lives in Hopkinsville My boy is grown but he remembers the infringe upon the rules of etiquette In excite no comment your own home act as you please but in hail and ice cream too mine for this once please me Â¬ Addib Oarrinoton a famous concert singer is seeking a divorce from her husEvery eye was turned toward the brid- Â¬ band whom she charges with cruelty This Is one instance where music failed to None of us take any interest in people al pair Marions principles were well soothe the savage breast who harp on one string I suppose one Henry had been aconyiyalist is justified in talking on one subject with known but of late his friends noticed the change The Filipinos have bien described as half devil and half child Uncle Sam which he is well acquainted but it is his manners the difference in his Musicians neednt in is now whipping the devil out of them and when this is done he will train up the rather Irritating habits and tonight they watched him to discuss diminished thirds major child part in the way it should go thirds and minor thirds to others be Â¬ see as they eneeringly said if he was tied down to a womans opinion bo soon New Sooth Wales is suflering with drought No use calling the weather clerks cause they are interesting subjects to Genius in ruins Ob the high holy Dressmakers neednt discuss attention to the fact By confining the rain to the Ohio valley he has placed him Â¬ them 1 styles forever Milliners dont have looking brow Why should death mark self on record as an anti expansionist it and he so young Look how he to chat bonnets and hats continually I Preachers are not expected to be over- - throws the damp curlB See him clasp Gokhel Urey I see quito a number of the papers in the state are roasting us serious and utter critical monologues his hands Hear his thrilling shrieks on I Woodson Yes and if they keep on resorting to personalities we will show Bin at all times f uch things are ruinous for life Mark how he clutches at the them that they ennnot out do us in that sort of foolishness form of his companion imploring to be to the gentle artof conversation saved I O hear him call plteously his 4 fathers name I See him twine his fingers MISTAKES AND FAILURES We all as Americans are proud of together as he shrieks for his Bister his Eveiw farmer should read Dr P W Footes article on Mistakes and Failures Mary Anderson de Nayarro and especionly sister the twin of his aonl weep- Â¬ la a magnificent discourse on practical farming and ally are we as in this issue of the News It Kentuckians ready to pay should certainly profit all who peruse It Dr Foote is a successful dairyman and her homage Her letter to a friend in ing for him in his distant native land See I she exclaimed as the bridal farmer and knows when of he speaks Louisville her girlhood home which party shrank back the untested wine appeared in the Evening Post of March trembling in their faltering grasps and 21st was delightfully descriptive of her AN IDEAL CANDIDATE the judge fell overpowered upon his home In London and of her happy mar- Â¬ M A Oassidy of Fyette county is a candidate for the democratic nomination See hiaarms are lifted to heav Â¬ seat for State Superintendent of Public Instruction His platform is Better Rural ried life She evidently is very much in en he prays how wildly for mercy Schools Mr Cassidy has been County Superintendent of school of Fayette love with her adoiable and adored hot fever rushes through his veins the county and City Superintendent of Bchools of Lexington a number of years He is Tony and states that he grows more friend besido him Is weaplng one of the leading educationists of the state and would make an ideal man for the charming and loylng as the years go on the dark men move silently and Excelsior I presume our place He is a scholar and a gentleman and has always been firm in the demo- Â¬ Eureka leave the liying and the dying together Mary considers it necessary to make cratic faith There was a hush In that princely par-Â¬ this statement as connubial felicity with lor broken only by what seemed a actors and actresses is usually an un- Â¬ some manly bosom known quantity Mrs Navarro has ever smothered sob from PROGRESS OF BENEVOLENT ASSIMILATION The bride stood vet upright with quiver been a tru womanly woman on or off Benevolent asaimilition in Havana is progressing without heing hs tared di- Â¬ of ing lip and tears stealing to the outward the stage She wedded far love not rectly by the United S ites Government The newspapers ol the Cuban capital Her beautiful arm for fame wealth or position hence the edge of her lashes La Lucha the leading journal of tell of the tendency to ard Americanization had lost its tension and tho glass with Bt quel She hopes her sister Blanche Cuba prints a paga in English and upon it appear such advertisements as these slowly will never bo tempted to the acting its little troubled red waves cams toward the range of her vision She A CUBAN with good nputation and real American character wishes to meet a stag Her sistor Juliet is very happy man to work with in some business or commerce like grocery Ac Apply at spoke again every lip was mute Her in a convent office this voice was low faint yet awfully distinct He has all of tho night shirts DID YOU EVER EE the American Eagle Bbe still fixed her sorrowful glance up Â¬ The Tar Fork correspondent enjoys pajamas collira and culls and everything else in mens furnishing goods He also my Current Topics and my locals on the wine cup baa shirt waists and ski ts for ladles He lives at n 18 San Rafael Pouring a brimming beaker they hed A restaurant at 11 Prado announces everything an American wants to eat She would like to most me fece to face it with trembling smiles toward Marion In the flesh Indeed Mrs Bates I am well cooked well servn I clean and wholesome She was very pale though composed Here is an advert ment which tells of the discovery of an American fad and and her hand shook not as smiling back proposes to do busines on the strength of it she gratelully accepted the crystal tempt Â¬ CUBAN POSTAG Hi stamps for collectors from the Issue of 1855 to 1608 sold at er and raised it to her lips But scarce- Â¬ Cuba street Number M Budding wo Â¬ ly had she done so when overy hand was Ouoof the old fijualsh hoteh proclaims itself American Headquarters It manhood I What arrested by her piercing exclamation of glorious possibil solicits patronage with the claim Oh bow terrible 1 What la it cried hies I What half We have four in crpretere two of whom meet overy boat Our kitchen is hidden dangers I one and all thronging together for Bbe unexcelled and urni lies American dishes cooked in American style What a time for had slowly carried the glass at arms tender sympathy length and was fixedly regarding it as The columns abound in Information of opportunities to acquire the languages At puberty nature though it were somo hideous object Cubans want to leari English and by way of exchange offer to impart a knowl generally makes edge of Spanish on eq tal terms Here is one of the propositions tome attempt to Walt she answered while an in- Â¬ establish physical spired light shone from her dark eyes WANTED An American gentleman wishing to learn the Spanish language regularities but can call at number 1811 Principe Alfonso St from 7 to 10 p m and will be taught when nature fails to assert itself develop wait and I will tell you I see she without having to p iy any remuneration ments result which injure the health and aided slowly pointing one jeweled fin impair the constitution of the maiden ger at the sparkling ruby liquid a sight Another Unguis to inducement in different form is the following The timely use of Dradfielda FOR AMERICANS Spanish lessons by a young lady Prices very low Regulator the standard remedy Female that beggars all description and yet lisÂ¬ for all Mission 54 weaknesses and irregularities peculiar to ten I will paint it for you if I can It The trade In ol I fans and Spanish heirlooms has assumed new proportions women is what retarded nature seeds in Is a lonely spot tall mountains crowned all such cases Sold by druggists for it with verdure rUw la awful sublimity indicated by Senora du Nans advertisement since the American tccupatloa fiooks for women free around a river runs throagb sad bright BARE ANTIQUE FANS Spanish Japanese Ivory and Mother of Pearl Also IBS BXADHBLD REGULATOR CO Titer edf flowers pow to Ua and silk shawls sold Spanish and American clawM old laces mantll vi thtatr Mini tmW ilktt kka mi 0MOM B Da Nan CO Sn Nicholas nm Sa Rfsl 1st floor PfeJe VilK Wine J 3ggi- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 awe-strick- en 1 1 Â¬ - Rosebuds vainly to pierce trees lofty and beauti- Â¬ ful wave to the airy motion of the birdp but there a group of Indians gather they flit to and fro with something liko sorrow upon their dark brows and in their midst lies a manly form but his cheek how deathly I his eye wild with the fitful fire of fever Ono friend stands besido him I should say kneels for he is pillowing that poor head upon his breast It is evening now The great white moon is coming up and her beams lay gently on his forehead He moves not his eyes are set in their sockets dim are their piercing glances in vain bis friend whispers the name of the father and sl-Â¬ aterdeath is there Death and no soft hand no gentle voice to bless and soothe him His head sinks baekl One con- Â¬ vulsive shudder he is dead A groan ran through the assembly so vivid was her description so inspired her manner that what she described Boemed actually to have taken place then and there They noticed also that the bridegroom hid his face in his hands and was weeping Dead I she repeated again her lips quivering faster and her voice more and moro broken and there they scoop him a grave and there without a Bhroud they lay him down in the damp reeking earth the only son of a proud father the only idollzsd brother of a fond sister And he sleeps to day in that distanc country with no stone to mark the spot There he lies my fathers son my own twin brother a victim to the deadly poi- Â¬ son Father she exclaimed turning suddenly while the tears rained down her beautiful cheeks father shall I drink it now The form of the old judge was con- Â¬ vulsed with agony He raised his bead but in a sinothored yoice he faltered No no my child in Gods name no She lifted the glittering goblet and letting it suddenly fall to the floor it was dashed into a thousand pieces Many a tearful eye watched her movements and instantaneously every wine glass was transferred to the marble table on which it had been prepared Then as alio looked at the fragments of crystal she turned to the company Baying Let no friend hereafter who loves me tempt me to peril my soul for wine Not firm- Â¬ er the everlasting hills than my resolve God helping me never to touch or taste that terrible poison And he to whom I have giyen my hand who watched over my brothers dying form in that last sol- Â¬ emn hour and buried the dear wanderer there by the river in that land of gold will I trust sustaid me in that resolve Will you not my husband His glistening eyes bis sad swoet smile was her answer The judge left the room and when an hour later he returned and with a more subdued manner took part in the enter- Â¬ tainment of the bridal guests no one could fail to read that be too had deÂ¬ termined to dash the enemy at once and forever from his princely rooms Those who were present at that wed Â¬ ding can never forget the impression so solemnly made Many from that hour orswore the social glass Selected W C MOORMAN GLENDEANE KENTUCKY iS5iBlSS VEST 8 We Dont Want a cent of your money unless you get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have you look around our store and learn how much better you can do here than any place else We are anxious to have you try our Rio and African Java coffee and we are willing to stake our reputa- Â¬ tion that you cannot find the equal in town for the money v VEST utT n - 3festetaBot - i j 4 wH - f- - m Coughed 28 Years I Buffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc Â¬ tors and for medicine to no avail until I UBHd Dr Bells This remedy makes weak llunga strong I has saved my life burg 111 J B Roeoll Grants Â¬ Â¬ Jot Oood Price Peyton Shumate and Court and Kasey of Roeetta went tojxmisville last week with a car load of bogs which they sold VEST VU for385 Muoh pain and uneasiness Is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE OINT Â¬ MENT cures the most obstinate cases Frloe 60 cat In bottle tub 75c A u FtrZOYtws lOSJtX Ti9rt1 Worms J AMI A I VERMIFUGE XMtfaQwatMr WHITES CREAM pMtMqauttr V I BALLARD VI ft Loufei bi mis Kmr yorjwikyiibotoi Tn t TV MUMM a m d 1 - ft Arrest lJitL 4 2R77TrTrv m V5 y wtaa8eBiijiLjjm ftpl-l-l-- breckenridge news i WEDNGhD Yt MAROU 20 1800 iibm Ti THE LOCAL NEWS A ir Vi disease by the timely use of mtcs iiver ruis an oiu anu favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures ToWn Popics t s I ntrrooiillf lrMf oip4lt tine parlOto tho blood r Itoni lot maohoodriaA BMkM Ton ltretttvltli lobiMO whtthtr yon efitliw lbyMI A M ntrrc kllllnr hibll nmoret tb dxlr tar tobioro lthwdrl oat MIO nlcogl mfttaUBntrroJf W Jxxktt -I IN CLOVERPORT 2 ifc 4444 4444 44444 4444 h it Candy egg nt Sipplea lilver contlnui n to rise Sunday was Palm Sunday Easier cgit dyiB at Sulzers Tobacco cotton at Bahue Landretha garden needs Vrstu All klndaof vegetables nt Slpplea frenb candtcB fur Easter at SIpplea Field Boeda Veatd headquarters Get your Easter egg dyes at SIpplea S E Wilson went to Can n el ton Inst week Fresh frulU for Easter dinner at SIpÂ¬ sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases SICK HEADACHE TUTT5 Liver PILLS Beauty of Hebron seed potatoes Vests Mies Judith Miller accompanied by Miss Ora Alexander went to Louisville Saturday on a shopping expedition It v T V Joiner will hold service at Holts Ohnprtl Sunday consequently there will not be any services her Miss Belle Clark of Cincinnati who was tho guest ol Mr and Mrp Wood Wcatherholt returned home f Murday plea fife- - vt 1W r Now York Early Rose potatoes 0car Yates tho genial member of the VtBtB tallorl g firm o W D Paxton Louis- Â¬ A handsome line of neckwear can be ville was in the city Saturday and Sun Â¬ day found at Suiters Mayor Barry returned from Branden- Â¬ F A Boavln is at Balltown this week burg Thursday surveying the laud that bulongs to the Saturday waB a very busy day with late Jatms Beavln consisting of over 500 acres our merchants Sklllcnan was in Louisville Sat- Â¬ Emmett Frazer of the Fighting Six Â¬ AB urday on business teenth b home on a furlough lie came W J Deane Jr of Glendeane was In up from Skillman to visit rilatlvB here Monday tbo city Thuredsy Shoie spTlog beauties shoes that David filaticllile of Chicago ia here have a touch of exquisite beauty and visiting rolatlvep Rev G W Hnys Owensboro was in give you full measuru of pervlceabl i fat isfatiou Vests the city Wednesday There wer no services at tho Baptist Household paints in ten cent cans at church Sunday owing to the fact that Short Hayneb Rev Rutledge filled his regular appoint Â¬ John Vest was in Haweaville on legal ment at Gleudeauo business Monday Mrs J Y Bennett alter a most pleas Â¬ Col D R Murray went to Fords ville ant visit to Mrs C S Perrigo and Mrs Monday on business Thus Prescott returned to her home at Edgar Cecil Owensboro was here on Paynesville Friday business Wednesday Miss Ruth Sterrett one of Hancocks Dr J 0 Sutton of Hardinsbur was fairest daughters after paying au exten Â¬ in the cily Thursday sive visit to friends hero returned to her Mrs Mollin Hambloton is visiting her home at Skillman Monday nephow at Henderson Evull Fry mire one of the brightest g Fancy groceries the purest best and aud most progressive young men of the was in tho Union Star neighborhood cheapest at 8ipplos Theodore Moeeley of Stephensport city Thursday aud paid this office an was in town Saturday Mr and Mrs Unas Cannon Owens- Â¬ boro wore here Sunday Justin Fallon went to Moweuqua 111 Monday to visit friends Try our enameled paints when house- cleaning Snort Haynes Joe Cooper Haweaville was in the city Wednesday on business - Mr Jesse Weatherholt of Skilimani visited friends in town Sunday Mrs H 0 Brandenburg of Louisville returned homo Monday evening Buy your early Ohio seed patatoes at Vests and get the genuine article Jo Haroole machinist at the shops left yeaterday for Bowling Green The latest and best novels by standard authors 10 and 15 cents Sulzers Miss Olivia Fallon left for Big Olifty Saturday where she will visit friends The almanac tells us it is Spring but the almanac is sometimes mistaken Our spot cash policy is the right policy we will save you 10 per cent Vests Gus Brown cam a over from the county capital Saturday to attend to leyal affairs Morris Eskridge one oi Hardinsburgs leading attorneys was in town Satur- Â¬ day Mr and Mrs J G Stephens will re-Â¬ turn home the 1st of April to Alta Vista Robert Heston and Miss Bingham of Hardinsburg were visitors in the city IS if appreciated call Dr F L Lightfoot is contemplating a He Jb one of the move to Cloverport brightest young physiclaus In the state and will g i right to the front wherever he may be llawesyille Clarion Mrs Ed Kissam and her handsome little boy James Edward have gone to New York to visit Mr Kissams sisters While nbsent she will also be entertain- Â¬ ed at Brooklyn N Y New London Conn and Washington D 0 Walter Smart who has been working as fireman in the lOuisville yards for the Illinois Central railroad for the past few months returned home Wednesday evening and will remain until he has recovered from an injury sustained by accidentally stepping tuto a water plug that was uncovered Beware of Ointments Contains for Catarrh Mercury that E7- - Friday Colored eggs for the childrens egg bunt Easter morning can be found at Slpplea Mehr of Wm Carney and Ed Leitchfleld were in the city Monday on business Seed potatoes onion sets and also a ful line ol garden seeds at Gregory B as mercury will surely destroy the eenso of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through Such articles the mucous surfaces should never be used except on prescript- Â¬ ion from reputable physicians as the damage they will do 1b ten fold to the gosd you can possibly deriyo from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury aud Is taken internally actÂ¬ ing directly upon tbo blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genu Â¬ ine It is taken internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Testimonials free fiSTSold by Druggist price 70c per bot- Â¬ tle rT PATESVILLE Gibsons Wm Miner and Miss Nellie Burks of Holt spent the day in our city Wednesday- Dr Mllner of Eateaville went to his qld home Stophoasport Thursday on a -- Mrs short visit WW -- lv - hft7 Si 8 Local fishermen are keeping the mar ketwoll stocked with the fluny denizens of the river Fred Fralze went to Hawesvllle Mon Â¬ day to appear as a witness In the Morris forgery case Miss Addle Moeeley and daughter Blanch o Stephensport were in the city Friday Mrs J D Brashear Owensboro after spending a few -- weeks in the city re- Â¬ turned home Friday Charles Kennedy and wife of near Irvington spent Sunday tfie gueetof Mr i and Mrs S E Wilson J W Brey and wife of Whitesvllle aro tbo guest of their son Rev Father Brey ot St Roses church W F Houston Webster sold two hogsheads of tobacco at Louisville last WJek for 235 and 450 J H Mason and family ot Victoria have moved to Louisville where they will mako their future borne MIsa Eva Young Morganfleld is the and sister guest of her brother-in-la- w Mr and Mta Charles Skillman Mrs E II Breldanbach and Mrs Carrie Eborle Owenwrj are the gueata ifjfol Mr Ouarlee May and family s fcASTORIA TIn - She will gladly lurniBh you strengthen them as well Tho To Cars ConMlpatlaQ iTorsver digestion becomes stronger the with all information and aBsiat you Take Cawarets Candv Oatbsrtia 10a orSBo it X 00 all la euro druwUta refuna rocaey appetite better and the weight in buying Increases The whole body be Â¬ 044 Ttme Prlcw comes well fortified and the W cannot Judglttg from the prices paid or good germs of consumption Everything thatll good In mutea ia this vicinity the prices if the gain a foothold good old times are coming back E 0 Its this nourishing sustain- Â¬ LIFE ACCIDENT sad Vip Robertson o Glendeane bought ing and strengthening power a pair ot Hauls from Dr Berry of Leltchield paying 200 for them The old nd won 1 mmU wm 4w tlMMil Miltf fUMl W iMWUfcl 3 IwltlJ is Walter Marlw was here Saturday Prof Will Park was here Friday and Saturday Did you ever try to dodge the Dr J T Milliner went to Union Star rain drops Did not succeed Thursday very well did you Just We are glad to say wo have anothor as useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption You little store in town Forest Gordon was at homo Friday cant do it They are about us on every hand and we are con- Â¬ night from Kuotavllle stantly taking them into our Sterrett Smith moved here Monday lungs and sells goods at the Travera houee Then why dont we all have John Travera has traded his property this disease Simply because to Frank Pulllam for laud in tho Bethel these germs cannot gain a foot-Â¬ ham neighborhood hold In a strong throat and Saturday lungs Business la looking up when these are quite a number ot people were in town weak that the germs master Each store had its share of trade The body must be well supplied The danger comes Mr and Mrs A V Day returned from with fat Glendeane Wednesday where they have when the blood is poor and the been yisltlng Mr Days paronta for a few body Is thin ft your cough does not yield and your throat and days lungs feel raw and sore you Tho death angel visited our little town should not delay another day Tuesday night and claimed for ita victim Take Mrp Nart Young She was fltty six years and in apparantly good health She ate a hearty supper and rotlrod early Her husband awoke about midnight and found her drawing her last breath It Is thought apoplexy was the cause of her death Mrs Young was good woman and nil be missed In thia place Her of Cod Liver Oil with Hynophos bereaved husband has the sympathy of phites at once It will heal the tho community Inflamed membranes and greatly boitlviatileurofilboiMiltM Two Cowheel ladies were ikJv r raorftntedtoearoorworofandnion7 ifa tWrlbf OwCAtCUMOtaMtrMUIrorwi k talking about tho cerebrospin- Â¬ al mentngltls the othor day Said ono to the othor Fannie Groves Saturday night and had What precautions have you a good time taken against the disease Minn Mary Mercor went homo to visit I have had my husbands her parents Saturday life iiisured was the roply Mrs Nannie Smith will movo to the X t t country soon on her mothois farm Bob Mattingly tho Jake Wilson formerly orthia place was In Bnlltiwn wit was married tho 23rd to Miss Bertha town the other day Phelix near this place Ho engaged in conver- Â¬ Miss Nora Martin and Ollio Wilson sation with Manager Cerf tetiinied from Loulsvlllo Friday with of tho Fair their stock of millinery goods Theres one thing I Born to tho wife ot Mack Wise a fine cant get over said Bob girl March 20th both mother and child innocently inquired Whats that are doing well and Mack is happy Mr Cerf We are to have a new paper started The moon was Bobereply here Press and material have arrived t t t and will be put up over the post office M A Cassldy of Lexington Misses Nannie and ftecie Luttlo ac- Â¬ who is candidate for the office of Public companied by Mr Underwood Ferguson of Superintendent was in a Utile made a visit to their parents near Shreve instruction t town In the western part of Sunday Mrs W H Sargent went to the city Stato the other day the The leading physician of tho place Monday to purchase her stock of milli- Â¬ boarded at the hottl where Mr Castldy nery goods will return within a few put up days prepared to please the most During the night the whole house was fastidious awakened by a vigorous pounding on tho That Throbbing Headache door The landlord nut Ids head out of the Would quickly leavo you if you used window and inquired What do you Dr Kites New Life Pills Thousands of warn sufferers have proved their matchless A voice from the darkness replied merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches The doctor They mako pure blood aud strong nerves Hero I am said the doctor Doking and build up your health Easy to take his head out of the window Whats Try them Only 25 eta Money back the matter Haynes if not cured Sold by Short Want you out our way I exclaimed Druggists tho voice m the darkness asked tho doctor Anything serious ASHCRAFT exclaimed I Bbould pay Serious tho yoice That new disease come Miss Lulu Lewis spent Saturday and and get us bos broken out in our neigh- Â¬ Sunday with Mrs Sarah Aehcraft borhood MIpb Sally Basket spent Tuesday with The Spring Months Misses Lucy and Hattie Hendrick Are most likely to fltid your blood im- Â¬ Wm Basket and daughter Miss Sallie pure and lacking in tho red corpuscles went to Irvington shopping Friday which enable it to carry nourishment to Miss Clara Ash craft spent Saturday the nerves aud other organs Therefore you feel weak tired and listless and are night witli her uuch Eltsha Ashcraft of troubled with spring humors Relief ia Milan given by Hoods SareaDirilla which puri- Â¬ M sdames J A and O D Richardson ties eniiches aud vitalizes the blood and sons spent Monday with Mr N 0 Ashcraft Hoods Pills cure biliousness Mailed Mrs Nancy Ashcraft spent last Tues- Â¬ for 25 cents by 0 1 Hood fe Co Lowell day with her brother S J Simmons of Mass Irvington Joe and Hardin Ashcraft called on FORDSVILLE Misses Polly and Amanda Dugan Satur- Â¬ day night Miss Jesaie Reynolds Is home for a Prof 0 R Carlton of Custer visited few days Â¬ family to W H Ashcraft aud family last Wednes Carl Benton has moved his day and Thursday this place J M Herndon wife and mother were Chas Beard moves in his new resi the guests ot James Lewis and family dence this week at Brandenburg Saturday and Sunday Spring time Is coming Garden seeds Mr William Baakett will move his fam- Â¬ etc are being hunted up ily to Long Branch this week He is an Jas Buckby and wife returned from excellent neighbor and wo regret his their bridal tour last week loss Jerry Ganano went to Whitesvllle to The poles are on the ground for a tele Â¬ visit his wife and eon Sunday phone line from Bill Kendells to Gusto n Attorney Roby made a flying trip to via Ashcraft It will be called the Ash- Â¬ Glendeane Friday on legal ousiness craft line John Smith Sr bad a horse killed by Elijah Ashcraft closed a successful Horse Brauck Road tbo Owensboro term of school at Oak Groye Friday and Mrs W W Camp went to Rockport returned home We are glad to have and Oweneboro Saturday to visit rela- Â¬ him back again tive H T Cowley and Eugene Ashcraft Literary Society meets every Monday started out last Monday to sell- - books night somo very interesting subjects for They said they would be gone two months but returned in two days not the young men have debated Miss Belle of Owensboro spent the being able to stay awav from their girls night at J B Howards ono night last J Allen Richardson left for Denver week on her way home from Louisville Colorado March 22 and if he likes it he A party of young folks surprised Miss will make his future home there We regret to give him up But with him goes the best wishes of the community for prosperity and happiness through a long life We aro glad indeed to see the Irving- Â¬ ton college improving so rapidly and hope it will continue to improve for I think Prof Crabbe an excellent teacher and a perfect gentleman in every way It is to the interest of the people to keep such a man in the community s tJm -- l rlIProlllpotlrntl7ponlitentl7 11 -- fll K BVtoli tvPtcoreTllar ro draicElit who tUMr ownoTkell with wlllrooch for I I Ono xni Ilk t IftFMIwiN 01 iB IIVI EBfcoVft 1r9 EASTER WANTS t m Advertisements inserted under ttia head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALE LEGHORN CHICKENS RAREBITS - Leghorn chlckrm C JaOlt SAlE S Etiillrowna choice pen thirty fivo from layeri cento pr Kiting JKSSK WllirWOKTII lUrrilniburg FOR SALE JL g HOUSE AND LOT it SALK Ono home and lot For further Information apply to 1IKNHV bOIHRlO FOR SALE OR RENT 4 FARM land adjoining tho Wm Heard placa near llewlcYYlik a part ol the old Hots I arm j acreiof U MACY STRAYED OR STOLEN BULL btrayed from my primltca near Hardinsburg a black bifndle bull about ono yer old wilhmeile nose Informational to ita whereabout desired NANCY SNYUKU LEGAL BLANKS 1011 SAIU Iotini SALK nlDOENKWS 01FiCK FOR SALE Illank Dee cU and Mortgages and of Leitnl Ulanki 1IUKCKKN SOJA BEANS FOIt Sola or Soy Beam and Cow B OOLKdBY Cloyerport Ky WANTED SCHOOL 1eai tl Going to dudo up for Eastor Of courso you aro Whoro aro you going for tho things you want to wear Havent mode up your mind yet eh Well you will want a now nocktio Havo you seen Sulzers lino of Neckwear All the latest novelties in You ought to before you buy Tics colors and designs How about footwear Theres an elegant selection at this store and the beauty of it is that tho feet of peoplo of all ages sizes and sexes can be neatly and experienced teacher WANTED lly fint clait llefeenccs exchanged school care UreckkNkidce News Address TKACHliK Office FOR SALE MARE sli year TOR SALK A good animal old mare fine JL For further In saddle and buggy Initiation wrile R N MILLER Hardinsburg Ky tt FOR SALE FARM cheaply clothed How about your hat Just look at the fine assortment of headgear shapes and best material at living priceB latest styles latest SALK A good farm of about joo acres HANK between Dig Spring and Custer HAUDINSllUKG tf Or TUITION LADIES Call and see the Bead Necklaces the Breast Pins the Belt Buckles and all the latest and prettiest novelties of the season Certificate in Ilryant JTIOIl SALE College Louisville Kv mtKlKBNKIDGK NEWS OFFICE Apply to Stratton Get your Dyes for Decorating EXECUTORS NOTICE 1 All persons having claims against the estate of Martha Wolverton deceased will produce tho same properly proven on or bclore the First Day of May 1894 All persons indebted to said estate will come for ward and settle on or before said date J M WALKEK Executor Bewleyville March 93 1899 Easter Eggs at COMMISSIONERS NOTICE llreckenrldge Circuit Court Notice Isaac Norton plaintiff L S English etc against SULZERS Heard the News Theres going to be a New Drug Store in town Its going to be as handsome a store as you ever laid eyes on The opening will occur next week defendants Equity in All persons having claims 0 gainst the estate of L S English deceased are notified to present the sime I roperly proyen to the undersigned commit sinner of the llreckenridge Circuit Court at his office In llsrdinsburg Kyon or bcfjre the 39th day of April i8co This Mar h 18 899 OUb HHOWNCBCC COMMISSIONERS NOTICE llreckenridge Circuit Court Elizabeth Dubois Adinr Delts All persons having claims against the estate of linzaDeui uudois ueccasea are notiuea to present the same properly proven to the undeislgned com missioner of the llreckenridge Circuit Court at his office in Hardinsburg Ky on or before the 29th day ol April 1809 This March 18U1 1899 GUS IIHOWNC llCC COMMISSIONERS NCTICE llreckenridge Circuit Court L DAddison PllT Notice in Equity against Albert Kllen Delt All persons having claims against the firm of Addison v rvllen are notineu to present me same properly proven to the undersigned commissioner of the llreckenridge Circuit Court on or before the spth day of April 1899 This March 18 1899 GUS BROWN C BC C COMMISSIONERS NOTICE Jas S Beavins Admr PllT S Notice in Equity aaalnst His Heirs and Creditors Deft having claims against the estate of All persons James a iieavin deceased are notineu co present the same nrooerlv nroven to the undersigned com missioner of the llreckenridge Circuit Court at his office In Hardinsburg Ky on or beforethe 39th day of April 1899 This Match 18 1899 GUS BROWN C BC C NA Blldle Against c Notice in Equity New Drugs New Goods Fresh Stock Guaranteed THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT will be a specialty Every Prescription will be carefully compounded and only the purest drugs and chemicals will be used This Store Will Be Conducted -- on Up-To-D- Principles WAIT FOR THE OPENING - MOORMAN OWEN In Room Formerly Known as Mnttlnglys Hall For Sale One Gray Horse 10 years old Saddle and Harness 1 Young Sampson Sired by J G Stephens Pine Jack yob cam Four Years Old in August Coal 15IIands High and has Dodge Them Its Spring Wagon Single or Double Shafts Elegant Style LADIES WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH Black DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Chris Gleim Do you want an article For Podigreo wo refer to J G Stephens or Mike Tiernoy Ho is out of a favorite Jennett owned alternately by J G Stephens and Mike Tiernoy Evorybody interested in mulo raising in this sec- Â¬ tion knows both animals as tho purest blosdod host pointed stock over brought to tho county Will make tho coming soason at my stable Young Sampson will bo pormittcd to sorvo a limited numbor of mares at a term of seven dollars 700 to insure a living colt Not re- Â¬ sponsible for accidents should any occur Pleaso call and see tho animal Residence two milos from Cloverport on tho Hardinsburg piko Its that OLOVERPORT KY J FLAGE GARTER Keeper you cannot get in your own town but is bandied by a big concern in Louisville If bo drop a letter Btating your needs to SPRING 7899 Trees Plants 1IF Vines small Fruit and ornamental trees shrubs fruits and everything for orchard lawn and gar Â¬ den We employ no agents but sell direct at Strawberry and tree cata reasonable piiccs logueson application Emulsion Scotts MISS ADDIE G DITTO HILLKNMEYblt Lexington Ky When you write mention this paper Cut this ad out aud send to us lik tluo and w will Mod you IirUXrKOKD ACBK UIeM rilUAB OtUHbr trolzht CO B SJM You can examine II at UiiuhiUn exactly ae represented jour nearest freight depot and equal to organ that retail at If roil find It toou10OoategTeatestTalueyoueTersawandarbeturttian orcans advertised br others at Here um par the freight agent ear Use UwitortiUS sad tralftiasratt iimIsI to eM S3175 IS PUB SPECIAL 90 DAVS PRICE od SEND US ONE DOLLAR tuls r r-1 lllUi Purchasing Agent 1919 Brook Street Louisville Ky THE ONLY BAKGAIN HOUSE IN OLD KENTUCKY brothers Buchan offer was nerer made before TIIC 1PUC flIICEtl Uoneotthetstieraisa4swittj4ta I IIC AuMC UULXn strumenUeTernuderromtnelllustratloa snown which uengrereaairect TomaDnotograparouuiorra soae idea ot iu imum itpuniH msue rrorn ouhu Quarter 8awadQnkejUquennUhbWMmTrdewrat iTl and ornameuUd IBOOatyla e feet ft Inches high sT Inches long Ulochee wide and weigh stops Miouggmwii soopounasioon taics rrlaclrl fteUlua HtMIs MmU Ctmwm saa T Cklw U rriatlssl ITwU Tutl Ceaelr CLsui II 1 Qrsae Orfe Swalt i fete a I OUi Cnslirft 1 Tee OMktralTM4IUmtUnnr9UlrltMei Briluaat II rare Clwte talcle sUWt I alef II Cksrmlsslr iHlh 1 Bt el It tUklUIUl laeelk DIstateeftMea 61 t II ruuU Bun MUeleai rrUtreel SMO eoUoo eonslt of tb celebrated tw a aji TUC AbMcUUCCHaevellU which are onljr used fl l nj In the htirhaat frrada InstnunenU also fitted with Hua-KtMeCeaalus and TiUuut also best Dels felts leelrertl eta bellows of the best rubber cloth S pl bellow stoek annnutleathcrlnTalTMrtHCjtaMK QUI EMU finished 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lorespreMoompaeiytnOhloaoa Weluwee blocks la Uhleafo and emajey oyer iH use i -III- aiMMaa4eaia es MM W a- WweW MfyHa TWKIaK IVlB Ji lit a I iieei a ji ai la si Ik mm tie leel l iln Uresawe luue a written blading W veer aiat uaranteeb7lhe terms andoandltloce of which If an v cuAWAWTEiPagYEAMeTIr qe KviBkBrsBBkBviaSBHe9BiHBiEta9V EFy 1PfW bumiaaa U X f a 244tmm The iVan With The heBowed down by tho weight of centuries ho loans Upon his hoo and gazes on tho ground Tho emptiness of ages in his face And on his back tho burden of tho world Who mado him dead to rapturo and despair A thing that grieves not and that never hopes Stolid and stunned a brother to tho ox Who loosoned ond lot down his brutal jaw Whoso was tho hand that slantod back this brow Whoso breath blow out tho light within this brain - MISTAKES wy AND P of the - FAILURES KY buying cotton seed meal which contains 740 pounds of protein por ton and costs 20 while corn meal contains only 16 1 lbs of protein and costs at pres Â¬ ent tho same 20 per ton Nitrogen is tho costly olement in both stock and plant food and the air abovo and about ns is inexuaustlvely supplied with it our land is deficient in it and wo try to supply it in commercial fertilizers for Â¬ getting how plentiful it ia in the air rain and dow and how cheaply it could be had if we only knew that in clover peas nnd beanswo have tho connecting link or agent that has the power to draw from the nbundancejof one to supply the doficoncy in tho other Cow peas is almost a new crop in this county though several farmers are successfully and very profitably growing them and one Is only displaying his ignorance when speaking of it as an ex Â¬ periment etc I expect to seed consid- Â¬ erable ground to peas this year partly for buy and also to cheapen the pro duction of bacon and incidentally as n fertilizer for tho land I want to say however that I have no peas to sell and this article Is neither in tended to adyertise peas or sdf but simply to insist that farmers bow moro clover and peas Now do not say that you can spare no money to buy the seed for if you have a farm that is worth living on or have stock that is worth keep ing you can buy clover and peas I have spent considerable money for clover seed in the past 10 years and have failed to secure n good catch very many times I have sown it in the fall when seed Â¬ ing wheat also in January and Febru ary on snow and frozen ground also in March when land was cracked open but I never tried sowing in the light or dark moon nor trusted to the goosobone or the gioundhog sign The way that secures the surest stand is the best way and I shall be ready now in this month or early in April and as toon as the land is dry enough I shall seed my wheat land to clover and run a sharp smoothing barrow both ways re Â¬ gardless of the damage to the wheat I must have cloyer even if I fall in wheat if this fails I shall hereafter sow on thoroughly prepared stalk land with- Â¬ out either wheat or oats with it- boo them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K BY DR W FOOTE IRVINQTON v It KniTonBiucKENiuixiE Nkws This is the 7th o March nnd mercury in tho little tubo was W bolow tho century mark at half past five this morning Ho It looks as If wo wore yet In tho midst ol oar Klondlko winter whllo In fact spring is hero and outside of attonding to tho stock nnd getting the supply of wood no farmer in this neighborhood has accom- Â¬ plished as much as 5 00 worth of what we term spring work So wo must of necessity be lato with our crops this season and as mistakes sro always costly nnd sometimes almost wholly disastrous in their results it would seem wise If farmers would con- Â¬ sider well how late it is and whether or not without materially increasing his man and team force his ability to plant and cultivate well tho crop already con- Â¬ templated I have often thought thatif we farm- Â¬ ers would mako it a point to relate our mistakes and failures to each other and assign the cause if possible it would not be long until our mistakes and failures would give way to success and prosper- Â¬ ity And although it is hard for a poor mortal to record mistakes when our whole race inherited in some way a rather boasting disposition not altogether unlike a certain Pharisee mentioned in Holy Writ I will now briefly refer to a few of my mistakes of 1898 I made a mistake and planted at least 15 acres more corn than my farce could properly manage and hence it was not cultivated as rapid and often as it should have been for tho beet results The land had beon In timothy 4 or 5 yeas and thinking that early breaking would allow time for the sod to rot and make it pulverize better in tho spring I plowed about two thirds of the field in the fall of 07 and the remainder during January and February Some of this land was broken when it was a little loo wet this was tgainst my judgement but many farmers maintain that if the land freezes hard after being broken wet that no ill results will follow Well it may do to break some land wet or as some say a little heavy but it will not do for me It is positively injurious to the land and will Burely decrease the yield of grain for that year at least So it is a delusion and a snare Again am not at all taken with fall plowing no matter how heavy the sod is as I have never been able even with the disc harrow to prepare fail breaking as well as land broken aayin March So I am going to say that fall plowing eliouhl be assigaed a place in the category of mistakes and failures and see if any one will agree with me THE SILO CKOP especially for the silo nnd I think I hayo invariably mado some rniotako In grow Â¬ ing this particular crop Borne of my last yoars mistakes in this crop are as follows I always plant a certain piece of corn First planted It too far away from tho silo which considerably increased ex ponso of filling Second planted in hills 4x3 ft leav- Â¬ ing two stalks in each hill I let corn mature until about ready to cut and put in the shock and then had about half of the corn pulled from tho stalk or husked and then cured into good solid corn for feoding purposes The larger corn only boing taken from tho stalkileavlng the rest to fto into the silo Tho first can bo remedied by planting nearer the silo while the second will be treated or dealt with in this way Prepare thoroughly as good land as possible to get near silo and spread on it broadcast all barn yard manure you can work and rework this land til in thorough good order Then 150 or 200 lbs of good commercial fertilizer per acre is all the better no matter how rich the land already is then plant from the 1st to tho 20th ol May In rows 4 ft apart Good land ought to grow two stalks every 18 We want tons per aero or 20 inches that Is a heavy growth of well developed stalks even if only moderately well eared I shall not husk the corn from the stalk again but let the whole or entire plant go in the silo And I think it at the best stage soon after passing roasting ears and begins to glaze and the grain dent Some of tho bottom blades will begin to turn ripe about this time Much more could bo said concerning silos and ensilage but I am only hurriedly jotting down a few mistakes and failures and so must pass from corn to WHEAT - Is thiB the Thing tho Lord God mado and gave To have dominion over sea and land To trace tho stars and search the heavens for power To feel tho passion of Eternity Is this tho Dream Ho droamed who shaped tho suns And pillared tho blue firmament with light Down all the stretch of Hell to its last gulf There is no shapo more terrible than this Moro tongucd with censure of the worlds blind greed Moro filled with signs and portents for tho soul More fraught with menace to tho universe What gulfs between him and tho seraphim Slavo of the wheel of labor what to him Are Plato and tho swing of Pleiades What tho long reaches of tho peaks of song Tho rift of dawn tho reddening of tho rose Through this dread shape tho puffering ages look Times tragedy is in that aching stoop 1 Through this dread shapo humanity betrayed Plundered profaned and disinherited Cries protest to the Judges of the World A protest that isjilso prophecy 0 masters lords and rulers in all lands Is this the handiwork you give to God This monstrous thing distorted and soul quenched How will you ever straighten up this shapo Give back tho upward looking and the light Rebuild in it the music and the dream Touch it again with immortality Make right tho immemorial infamies Perfidious wrongs immedicablo woes having and it looks like wo will need all straw from last years crop to fill the gullies recently made in our present growing crop Nor ia this all Tons and tens of tons of commercial fertilizers havo boon sold to us farmors at high prices and almost every man Is in debt for it agreoing to pay it out of this grow- Â¬ ing crop No trouble for the fertilizer agent to get in his work last fall but the end is not yet Neatly every one seodod all the corn land to wheat and not content with that many followed grass lands to increase tho acreage Tho fall was very unfavorable for seed Â¬ ing and seedtime with most of us was in in tho winter time most of us sow timothy with the wheat and will loooa It also Then to sum it up I am afraid wo will find that it will tako our entlro surplus of last year to bring this crop up to an ayerago while tho decroased area in pauture will bring loss to the extent that the stock carrying capacity is re- Â¬ This condition or result is duced especial y deplorable for cattle and sheep are very profitable and high at this time and it is also absolutely nec essary to keep a certain amount of stock if we maintain fertility I confess that I made a mistake by sowing wheat too lato in tho fall but as Btock or dairy farming is strictly a specialty with me it is given first consideration Consequent- Â¬ ly I am fortunate in being able to re- Â¬ joice that my herd ia larger and better than ever before and while tho results are highly satisfactory at present I am not at all satisfied with less than 10 per cent increase in butter production per A better herd better cow this year and moro abundant food better methods and consequently a better understanding not only leads to better results but to the kingdom of better farmers CLOVER 0 masters lords and rulers in all lands How will tho Future reckon with this Man How answer his bruto question in that hour When whirlwinds of rebellion shako tho world How will it be with kingdoms and with kings With those who shaped him to tho thing he is When this dumb Terror shall reply to God After the silence of the centuries Edwin Markham in San Francisco Examiner ii n And what of wheat any how Well no one can yet say positively what the outcome of the present growing crop will be but it does look like the poorest prospect I have ever seen in this section Many fields actually appear almost en- Â¬ tirely worthless though it may come out Our 1898 crop was immense and brought us lots of the filthy lucre which stimulated farmers and all con- Â¬ cluded to double his acreage and we did so to a man I cannot say what the re- Â¬ sults will be when this crop is marketed but the present visible results which I group with mistakes and failures is A very greatly increased acreage of bare land that we call our wheat is now exposed to the terrible floods we are He that causes two blades of grass to grow where one formerly grew is a Clover is universally and benefactor justly termed the king of grosses the great land renovator and next to the pea in value when both its value as food for stock and land is considered Land re- Â¬ quires feeding just as live stock does and requires very nearly the same kind of food To illustrate farmers in this section have learned that their land responds beat to fertilizers containing a large per cent of nitrogen sometimes branded ammoniated Tney are also fast learning that stock do much better when fed on food rich in protein ftow nitrogen is the basis of protein and when a highly nitrogenous food is wanted we MARINO AND AITLYlNU MANURE This is one of the most important things on the firm and undoubtedly re- Â¬ ceives less attention than any other part of the busint BF Consequently much could bo put in the column of mistakes and failures under this head and while comparatively little attention is ever orang outacg it is more as seven to onn in relation to man But Bertran he ha killed Blml mit such tings as Gott gif him Dot was der mericle Tho infernal clamor in tho cage recom Aha I Dot friend of ours baj menced still too much Ego in his Cosmos Be paid to this department at tho present tlmo when I compnro now with 25 years ago I am ready to lift up both hands nnd thank God that our oyos havo beon opened so to speak and that wo have a Commer llttlo better understanding slal fertilizers at that day had novar been used here our fathers knew nothing of it and perhaps did not noed it as the land was fresh Barnyard manure was thrown out in piles 0 or 8 feet high to bo carried off whon it rained or rooted over the lot by the pigs and the farmer was saved the labor of hauling it out and spreading it on the land Yet we are told that in the good old days referrod too the peoplo wero more industrious and oven moro saving than at the pres Â¬ ent time Without the least thought or reflection of disrespect in any way I can- Â¬ not see it in that way The farmer of 30 years ago would perhaps spend half a day making a 25c axo handle whilo the farmer of to day if he is wise will buy tho axe handle and perhaps haul out and spread 3 loads of the manure that his father wasted My position is this Make your axo handle if there is noth Â¬ ing more profitable to bo done mako it while it is raining but not while the sun shines but collect and spread the manure Go to three fourths of the farms now in Breckeuridga county and you will find manure from two to six inches deep all around the barn going to waste whilo tho farmer is going visiting on others you will find an ash bank perhaps 5 ft high that has boon there ior years this farmer has no time to haul manure I really know a man who has been so busy doing nothing during the winter that he has not cleaned out his stables for two years Of course all this is wrong Yes it is poor business and wasteful indeed I haye about concluded that it will pay me to work one good man half the year in manufacturing and spreading manure keeping stables clean hog ppns straw stacks converted into manure keep farm clear of weeds repair breaks in the land etc and do general work in the way of keeping up or improving the place I know many will Bay that this would be too costly and one could not afford it I then ask this question Will not this mans work pay double the amount that it costs In other words is it not better on farms working two hands to reduco the crop half and work one man in making the crop and the other man in making the farm how would the accounts stand at tho end of the second year If I am wrong will some one turn on tho light 7 Â¬ 9999999999999V999V999V99 I KIPLINGS BEST SHORT STORY K44tl44l444l44l444444444444t4444l44ti4 BIMI 2 I 3L S SBpHJi UKAINU UUTAJNU L in the big iron tage laBhed to the sheep pen began the discussion The night was etiilingly hot and as Hans Breit man and I passed him dragging our bedding to the forepeak of the SXSOCSX2 steamer he roused him self and chattered obscenely He had been caught somewhere in the Malayan archipelago and was going to England to be exhibited at a shilling a head It would be well for you mine friend if you was a liddle seasick said Hans You Breitmann pausing by the cage haf too much Ego in your Cosmos The orang outangs arm slid out negli Â¬ gently from between the bars No one would have believed that it would mako a sudden snake like rush at the Ger- Â¬ mans breast Tho thin Bilk of tho Bleeping suit tore out Hans stepped back unconcernedly to pluck a banana from a bunch hanging close to one of the boats Too much ego said he peeling tho fruit and offering it to the caged devil who was rending the silk to tatters If he was out now dere would not be much of us left hereabouts said Hans azily Ho screams good See now how I shall tame him when ho stops himself There was a pause in the outcry and from Hans mouth came an imitation of a snakes hiss so perfect that I almost sprang to my feet The sustained mur derous sound ran along the deck and the wrenching at the bars ceased The orang outang was quaking in an ecstacy of pure terror Dot stop him said HanH I learned dot trick in Mogoung Tannjon when I was collecting liddle monkeys for some peoples in Berlin Are you asleep or will you listen and I will tell a dale dot you shall not belief 7 There is no tale in the wide world that I cant believe I said Good I When I was collecting dose liddle monkeys it was in 70 or 80 und I was in der islands of der archipelago over dere in der dark he pointed southward to Now Guinea generally Mein Gottt I would sooner collect life red dev- Â¬ ils than liddle monkeys I was dere for nearly a year und dere I found a man dot was called Bertran He was a Frenchman uud ho was a good man naturalist to the hope Dey said he was an escaped convict but he was a natu- Â¬ ralist und dot was enough for me He would call all der life beaata from der forests und dey would come Und dot man who was king of beasts tamer men he had in der houso shush ouch anoder as dot devil animal in der cage a great orang outang dot thought he was a man He haf found him when he was a child der orang outang und he wits child and brother and opera co mlque all round to Bertran He had his room iu dot houae not a cage but a room mil a bed and Bheets and he would go to bed and get up in der morn ing and smoke his clyar und eat his din ner mit Bertran and walk mit him hand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in hand which was most horrible Gottl pistol in my belt und he touch it once dot could be seen I tell you dere was He was not a beast he was a man and and I open der breech to show him it nodding in dot room dot might be a Dere was no wife He haf Been der liddle dor tablo scattered he talked to Bertran und Bertran com- was loaded Dere was stuff on der floor prehended for I have seen dem Und monkeys killed in der woods and ho woman und dat was all I looked at dese things he was always politeful to me except understood So Bertran he was married and he und I was very sick but Bertran looked when I talk too long to Bertran und say a liddle longer at what was upon der nodinga at all to hm Den he would forgot clean about Bimi dot was skippin pull me away dis great dark devil mit alone on der beach mit der half of a hu floor nnd der walls und der hole in der his enormous paws shush as if I was a mau soul in his belly I was see him thatch Den he began to laugh soft and child and Bimi der orang outang haf skip und he took a big boueh und low und I knew und thank God dot he Ho nefor cried he nefer understood us both mit his cigar be thrash der sand till he haf made a great was mad prayed He stood still in der doorway tween his big dog teeth und der blue hole like a grave So I Bays to Bertran gum For my Bakes kill Bimi He is mad und laugh to himself Den be said She haf locked herself in dis room und I was dere n year dere und at der mit der jealousy He is not mad at he haf torn up der thatch Fi done Bertran haf said oder islands sometimes for monkejs and somedimes for butterflies und or all He haf obey and love my wife nnd Dot Is so Wo will mend der thatch und wait for Bimi He will surely come orchits One time Bertran says to me if she speaks ho will get her slippers dot he will be married because he haf und he looked at his wife across der I tell you we waited ten days in dot found a girl dot was goot Den he go off room She was a verv pretty girl house after der room was made into a courting der girl she was n half caste Shoot him when room again and once or twice we saw Den I said to him French girl very pretty Haf you got he comes to der nous for ho haf der Bimi comin a liddle way from der a new light for my ciuar Ocf Very light in his eyes dot means killing und woods He was afraid because he haf pretty Only I say Haf you thought killing Bimi come to der house but done wrong Bertran called him when of Bimi 7 If he pulls me away when I dere was no light in his eyes It was all he was come to look on the tenth day talk to you what will he do to your put away cunning so cunning und he und Bimi come skipping along der beach wife 7 He will pull her in pieces If I fetch der girl her slippenand Bertran und making noises mit a long piece of was you Bertran I would gif my wife turn to me und saj Dost thou know black hair in his hands Den Bertran for wedding present der stuff figure of him in nine months more dan I haf laugh und say Fi done shust as if it By dot time I had learned known hiru in twelve years Bimi Shall a was a glass brokon upon der table und somedings about der monkey peoples child stab its fader Bimi come nearer und Bertran was Shoot him says Bertran He is your in his voice For three days he Dot next day Bertran came to my beast I said if ho was mine he would house to help me make some wood cases made love to Bimi necause Bimi would be shot now for der specimens und he tellme dot he not let himself be touched Den Bimi Den I felt at der back of my neck dor haf left his wife a liddle while mit Bimi como to dinner at der same table mit up fingers of Bimi Mein Gottl I tell you in der garden Den I finish my cases und der hair on his hands was all black dot he talked through dose fingers It quick und say Let us go to your und thick mit mit what bad dried on He laugh und his hands Bertran gavo him sangaree was der deaf and dumb alphabet all house und get a trink till Bimi was drunk and stupid and Come along dry mans gomplote He slide his hairy arm round say my neck and he tilt up my chin und His wife was not in der garden und den look into my face shust to see if I un Bimi did not come when Bertran called Hans paused to puff at his cigar derstood his talk so well as he under- Und his wife did not come when ho And then said I stood mine called und he knocked at her bedroom Und den Bertran kill hlra with hie See now dere says Bertran und door und it was Bhut tight locked Den hands und I go for a walk upon der you would shoot him while h is cud he look at me und his face was white beach It was Bertrans own piziness dling you Dot Is der Teuton ingrate I I broke down der door mit my shoulder When I come back der ape was dead But I knew dot I had made Bimi a und der thatch of der roof was torn into und Bertran he was dying abofe him lifes enemy because his fingers haf a great hole und der sun came in upon but still he laughed a liddle und low talk murder through the back of my der floor Haf you ever seen paper in And he was quite content Now you neck Next time I seo Bimi dere was a der waste batket or cards at whist on know der formula of der strength of der Â¬ Â¬ 1 Strength of Vegetation The United States Department of Ag riculture has by experiments found that tho foice of a growing pumpkin was sufficient to lift two and one half tons provided the weight is so placed as not to interfere with the growth or natural development of the vegetable In Lon- Â¬ don a paving stone which weighed five hundred pounds and which was wedged In on all sides by other stones was lifted up by a mushroom The growth of a big gum tree at Oinerias Honduras moved tho walls of a concrete church three feet in thioknes e eighteen inches in seventeen yearB Â¬ quiet thou Hans hissed long and yenomously We could hear the great beast quaking in his cage But why in the world didnt you help Bertran instead of letting him be 1 killod I asked said Hans composedly My friend stretching himself to slumber It was not nice even to mineself dot I should lif after I had seen dot room mit der hole in dor thatch Und Bertrand he Good night und was her husband tleep well DuntTobicro Silt mil Suioko Tuur I ire Attar To quit tobacco easily and forever l mag netlc full of life nerva and vigor talte thovrondei worker that make weal men strong All druggists too or II Curo guaran Booklet and sample free Address teed Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will give Immediate relief to a child suffocating with tha dreadful cough Motheri keep this reliable raedi cine always handy and It will save you many un Â¬ easy hours It costs but IS cents I honey-s- weet X Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Without Change of Cars There Ik fact as well as humor in the assertion of General Passenger Agent Daniels that the Vanderbilt lines can ticket passengtrs from Chicago to Jeru- Â¬ Different Times Different Men salem with only two changes of cars The World Herald says that a North one at New York where the traveler Omaha lad of Beyon winters recently takes tho steamship and the other at committed an offense against the paren Â¬ Jaffa on the Mediterranean where he tal rule and was called to account The takes the cars for Jerusalem It Is truo little fellow prevaricated about it that the ferriage from New York to Jaffa You should not tell me a story son is rather long but aside from that tho That only makes journey is all rail from Chicjgo to Jeru- Â¬ said the fond papa tho matter worse George Washington salem Railway Ago would not tell a Ho and when he had Educate Tour Uowels Wll CnsoareU confessed to his papa that he had done A001 wrong his papa forgave him and did 10o2Sc Ifnh2rJci ouro constipation forovor O O O fall druggists rotund money punish him The Life of the Indian That was all right for George said Recent observations among Indians youngster but they aint making the show that in South America as well as no papas now like be had The offender was lot off with a repri- Â¬ in North America the rod woman lives longer than the red man But the mand average duration of life is only seven Â¬ teen years for both sexes in the South pi1119 Mild TOI Harc Always Bought and twenty two per cent of the Indiana die during the first year of life j USB BASKKXX rri BASKET COAL Is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manu- Â¬ t ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO facturing plants SPECIAL PRICES COAIv I3ST J CARLOAD LOTS j BASKETT KY m rvM L iiism iiii j i U1LJL BANK OF j T A PILE OP TIMBER HAEDDSTSBURG P F HEARD President WlJh MIL1KH Vlci Pruuldent M 11 UKAltD Obhi hr BE AUD I MOURH KSKRIDGB DIRECTORS J It M JOLLY O V Chunks ofWistlom I n r rmws ui i wu urctiteiiriuKV inii nil- j Look It Over and Take Your Choice For Any State Office Following Is the pile of timber from which wo have to select the candidates for the various State ofilcs Look it over and take your choice Governor Wm Goebol Kenton P W Hardin Mercer W J 8tone Lyon Lieutenant Governor J O W Beck- Â¬ ham Nelson W P Thorne Hotfty J K Kelly Trigg j M D Brown Chris- Â¬ tian Auditor Gus G Coulter Graves Johu P Chenault Madison J W Gay e Owen Attorney General W B Fleming llerRon Jaa A Scott Franklin Johu - Smith Bourbon U J Breckentidgn WOMEN MOST TAKE IT Thousands Rely on Paines Celery To Keep Them Well RAYMOND Sunday school was organized at Ray mond Sunday Everybody is delighted to see tho beautiful spring days Mr Amos Mattingly and father have traded farms and will begin moving to-Â¬ day Monday Misses Kate Rebecca and Blancho Hall and Nella Pollock visited Miss Angle Chappell Monday Mr A L Chappell and wife of Rhodelia wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs Morgan Chappoll Saturday night Mrs Mack RobbinB Miss Fannio Barger and brother Willie of Preston dined with Mrs Len Caahman Sunday Mr and Mrs Bazil Argabrlghr of Lodlburg visited their parents Mr and Mrs Henry Claycomb Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ralph Knott who fell and broke her leg last Thanksgiving day is now able to walk witli the support of crutches Mrs Jerry Basham and children of Lodlburg visited her sisters Miss Nolia Pollock and Mrs John Claycomb a few days last week Mrs J F Claycomb is still on the sick list Mrs Geogia Hardin has gone to Flaherty to spend a few weeks with her brother and sister Mr and Mrs G A Hendry Mies Bailie Boskett and Mr Tom Fackler of Irvington Miss Mary Mills of Gustou Mr and Mrs A L Chappell Misses Mary and Bettio Rhodelia Mercer and Mr Mack Caahman were the guests of Miss Jane and Cora Hendry Sunday Misses Gertie ami Maud Stiff of Montana Mits Fannie Barger of Pres tc u Mr Lonnie Ray of Rhodelia Mr Ellis Stiff of Sirocco Mr and Mrs Jesse Parks of Clifton Mills Messrs Albert Knott Ahmed Caahman and Cray ton Claycomb were pleasantly entertained at the lovely homo of Mr aud Mrs 8 A Stiff Sunday evening HEADACHE modtcino wo have ever had In the house Last week my wlfo was frantlo with headache for nir ualiiE CASCAKETS and they are the beat lloth wife and inrnolfliaTefoeen u ji j osoplicrs AS TO BUSY BODIES Editok BhhckknmixjkNiiwb of ub scorn n have words o to express my In two days sho tried somoof yourCASCAKETS and ther rellovcd tho pain In her head almost Immediately Wo both recommend Caacareta Char STEncronn Plttaburg Safe Deposit Co Pittsburg Ps CANDY W INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS uoisniiily JOHN A BISHOP DAN President R BASSETT OfUU r Vice President way concerns pnrsonn ho unfortunately Wo nil busbody and I scarcely contempt strong enough feelings townrds one who model t g in wl al In no him There are Borne r tnrtiiw a a RIOISTfKID dtposrd that 1 Cashier Grayson County Bank Vl ESTABLISHED 1 585 Lcitchfiuld Kentucky hCT Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 15000 INTEREST PAID ON TIKE DEPOSITS J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month 4 with Casper May Co TNT ruMN TCTTON F A BE AVI N PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For information on sur- Â¬ veying write me at CLOVERPORT A KY A RICHARDSON Hoadquarters for All Kinds of Garfield Kentuck FARMING IMP4LEMi3TS 9 H they cannot teat easy mil 1 they linve investigated thfir neighbors hiiiiiiesa in all ot its bourh gi and even ne ct their own to attend to his Thorn la Biich n tendency in human nature to Haunt abroad the faults of other that no sooi -Inter- Â¬ er docs one who systematical meddles discover some falling and he or she is sure to do this since it la liumau straightway to wander thou thoy hasten to lty before others the fruits f And thus is given their Investigations to the public tho potty defects of some home life which by constant repetition eo n assumes gigantic sze as snow balN rolWd over aud over by boys and bo at length the happiness of sone home circle is destroyed by the malicious and poison giving oflklousness of busybodltB Neglecting their own p II lira and meddling with thoFe of others Is the source People are often of many trouble incited to meddling by tho desire of having something to tell bit if yju notice they are but narrow minded and ignorant people who talk about pumm and not things It is u lw frivil jus and too often a dirty business There are neighborhoods in which it rages like a pest Churches are split in pieces by it Neighbors are made enemies by it for life la many persona it degenerates into a chronic disease which is practically Be on your guard pgiins incurable contracting so pernicious a habit A person who constantly meddles means to do harm aud is not eony to ilud he has succeeded He is a treacherous sup pi intor and underminer of the peace of His tongue ell families and societies liko the tails tf Samsons foxes carries firebrands and 1b enough to set the wholi fit Id cf the world in a flime Tureo fourths of the eltnderers in the woill would never injure their object except by the malice of go betwerus who un del the mask of a double friendship act tiie part of a double traitor Do not cul- Â¬ Every man has in his tivate curiosity own life follies enough in his own mind troubles enough in the performance of his own dutiep difficulties enough with- Â¬ out being curious about the affairs of others And if one would be honored and respected he will strive to be as free from the spirit of meddling as possible w and He will relegate that to the frivolous and respect himself too highly to be classed among them Never speak evil of another even with a cause Â¬ 1 flood Never sicken Pleasant Palatable Weaken or Gripe Potent Taste flood Do 10c ZJcCiUc BIHlt Rn4r CURE CON8TIPATION 0MJ Clkr Mnlrf it Trl SIT Uole Secretary of Slate Oreen R Keilar Nicholas J Beck Hill Clark John W Hcadley Jefferson Treasurer Robert C Ford Bell Gus Richardson Meade Jess T Gosnell Grayson 8 WJlager Bol UnTflBlf nUlUBMU aod and guaranteed by alldrig glttato OUKK Tobacco Habit Henderson Route Lonimllo Henderson St Louis Hr Co Superintendentof Public Instruction M A Cas Livingston shy Fayette J W Gaines Jefferson John C Duffy Christian Miss Mamie Sasseen Henderson Commissioner of Agriculture I B Nail Jefferson Dr J M Fr zjle Ma Â¬ son H V Chesney Time Card In Effect Dec4 4 1898 KAST BOUND No St Louis Kvaniville Henderson SpottsvOle Heads Lv No 44 Vo 46 Ilaskett 7 11 766am 6 5 Am 3 20pm 240 731 301 865pm 2 45am 311 738 7 45 52 7 58 8 01 7 Spains Greatest Need Mr H P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Aiken 8 O Weak nervf b bad caused severe pains in the hack of bis head On using Electric Bit- Â¬ ters Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney troubles purifies the blood tones up the stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and now life into every muscle nerve and otganof the body If weak tired or ailirg you need it Every bottle guarauteed only 50 cents Sold by Short Haynes Drug Â¬ gists Stanley Griffith Mattingly Owensboro Worthlngton 37 3 13 3 20 323 328 3 39 3 44 320 3 PoweriJfor Rockport Ind Pates 807 818 8 27 8 28 8 0 52 9 1 333 344 53 4Mi 2 400 418 4 waitman Iewiiport Ha I con 413 4 19 31 Petrie for Cannellon llaweiville 1 Sklllmin shops Ted City I 900 913 923 640 952 9 55 428 433 4 40 439 450 Oloverport Holt Addison Stephensport Sample Pierce Webster Irvington ttuton FAron Brandenburg Long Brunch Hock Haven Willow Dale Howard West Point Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Ar 935 lOfO 10 08 449 500 503 6 It 518 522 5 0 5 31 507 510 520 6 2T 5 32 48 lolburg 1013 1022 1030 1038 1100 1110 111 11 542 5 50 6 01 fill 543 10r2 23 010 618 6 21 567 6 03 610 617 Do you suffer witli periodical head- Â¬ aches Do you begin to complain of sleeplessÂ¬ DIVINE WRATH Texas Negroes are Scared at the Creators Anger One of Their Number Cursed God and Was Stricken Dead The negroes of the Brazos bottoms in Burleson county Texas aro terribly ex- Â¬ ercised oyer what they consider a visita- Â¬ tion of divine wrath Ono of their people died a few days ago under very extraordinary circumstances The de- Â¬ ceased waa known to be a very wicked and profane man and he made no effort to conceal his contempt for religion in every form He hated preachers and made sport of all who attended church On last Sunday he happened to travel a road that passed by a meeting house where the colored people were engaged in worship An oppoitunity was here presented for tho scoffer to show his opinion of religion and he stopped and made all kinds of sport of tho church the preacher and all people who were engaged in worshiping God No one interrupted the scoffer and when he be- Â¬ came tired of abusing the people and their relkious belief he mounted his horse and rode away Not far from the meeting house he stopped at a roadside saloon and yet laboring under the ex citement that he had aroused while talking at the church lie called for a drink of whiskey Give me all hells pizen and Gods wrath he shouted While filling his glass he kept on raying against religion He had no sooner swallowed the liquid than he fell dead on the floor of the saloon Tho colored people who were present were paral zed with won- Â¬ der and fear and it was not without considerable difficulty that they could be introduced to remoye the corpse and give it decent burial Tho facts in tho strange occurrence seem to be well authenticated and nothing could con- Â¬ vince the colored people that God did not strike the scoffer dead to punish him for his wickedness He was a compara tive stranger in the neighborhood and called himself John Haynes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fife1 f1 J D Jolly AN ADVANCED VIEW When individuals are moved by ideas iu advance of their age they are usually They are termed cranks misunderstood aud fanatics and even worse Posterity does them justice but they experience the isolation of lonely lives and the un motives happineps of misunderstood Such a man is Count Leo Tolstoi the great Russian writer and enthusiast Speak of lim as the author of a book which a recent Postmaster General pro- Â¬ hibited from going through the mails and he is remembered often with odium by those very narrow persons who could not trust themselves to read and judge lor themselves of the merits or demerits of the work This book was juat as surely written with a lofty and noble purpose as were many other hooks which bear his name He js pitiless and plain in his denunciations of the vices aud follies of the wealthy and aristocra- Â¬ tic classes and warm iu his praise of simple and unpretending virtue Tolstois life of self sacrifice for the unfortunate and his extreme beliefs and practices are summed up in a fow words I believe in the doctrine of Jesus and that belief has made me whole In Christs Christianity and My Religion and War and Peace he basis all his theories and practices on a direct and literal interpretation of the Sermon on the Mount He savs the only way to live is to fol- Â¬ low the law of Jesus and he exhorts followers of the law to a life of sacrifice and renunciation to which few are able to attaiu Dont condemn such a man If or hia books without investigation you cant see the good in them dont read them but dont condemn others who are able to Bee farther Remember to the pure all things are pure This item Is contributed by a friend who is fully competent to speak words of truth and soberness A Narrow Escape ness Have you already begun to have spells of dizziness Does constipation or dyspepsia in any of its many forms warn you of the inevit Â¬ able oncoming of general nervousness or debility i By all means go to your druggist aud get a bottl3 of the most wonderful re- Â¬ storative within the reach of womankind today net a bottle of Painesceleryrom pound and as thousands of other ailing half despondent suffering women have done beore you aud as thousands more must do yotrwill find in it peculiar curative qualities the womanly tstrength and htaltti that you desire Take Paines celery compound and the liver will resume its normal functions the klrimya biliousness will disappear good di will find the relief they need gestion and the proper assimilation of food will begin at nnce dizziness and constipation will no longer trouble you wastirg nervous tlEsues wll regain their healthy tone lh blood will clear Itself of impurities and you will no longer fear ttie breaking down that comes to bo many women early in life Â¬ Miss Amelia Stegman as Becretarv of Weak Eyes Are Made Strong the famous North Side Womans Club of Chicago has been an eyowitness to the dim vision mado clear Btyes removed good results that follow the use of this and granulated lids or sore eyes of any famous remedy cured by For the past six vears she says I kind speedily and effectuallyEagle Eye the use of Sutherlands hayo had ample opportunity to observe the good results obtained from the use Salvo Its put up in tubes aud sold on of Paines celery compound as our medi- a guarantee by all good druggista cal advisors frequently prescribe it Our members all reside iu the club house WH ITESGROVE TEXAS and as they are buaiuess women they Â¬ 031 6 41 0 45 G52 1134 1143 630 6 45 llSOim 665 1221pm 720 1235pm 7 45pm 715 7 3lam WKST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street West Point Howard Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron Guston 41 No 43 No F 45 frequently feel tho nppd of a remedy for building up of a run down condition W have It constantly on hand Thinking ynu may be glad to know that Paines celery compound is appresho writes ciated by ourclub women 1 take pleasure in to the pioprietors sending you this unsolicited testimonial Many womon are in need of nothing but Paines celery compound to make them strong and well and if after reading the many published ttstimonias from people in every walk of life whom it has restored to health there Is the re motest doubt in anyones mind of its un Â¬ exampled ficacy there is this to be said that after all the best test of Paines celery compound Is to try it Paines celery compound has never yet failed to give relief It has made thousands of people well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ METHODIST QHENAULT The river is rising again Mrs Ollie Bortlie is on the sick list i t Haying some more pretty weather at present Mies Kate Allens best fellow called this week Mrs Bert Cunningham visited Mrs A Be unett Friday afternoon Aire A G Roberts spent the day at rs Jarboea last Tuesday He will Guy EBurch is at home return to Louisville Sunday Miss Jossio Lime of Derby Ind is visiting Chonault this week A Bennett has just returned from Louisville with now spring goods Mr and Mrs Will Miller are visiting their sister Mrs Mary Hardin this weeki Flbid Miller came up from Henderson on Thursdays packet and called on Miss Kate Allen Will Gardner our clover Sheriff is in circulating among his neighborhood relatives and friends 1 - aaaaaaaaaaaaaaalH MEETING Sunday School Workers t6 vene ait Fordsville Convention The Owensboro district conference of the M E church South will bo held at Fordsville beginning on April 20 and continuing until the L3d Bishop Morrison will preside and adclrr ssei will bo delivered by the biBhop and Dr G V Preceding the district confer- Briggs ence ou April 10 will be held the Sun day school coneronce at which papers will be read on tho following lopics The Organization of the Sunday Bchopl What Constitutes a Well Organized Suu- day school In the cltv E W Smith Owensboro iu tho town O tu Kaufman Hawesville in tho country W G Hale Pleasant Grovo What is Real Effectiveness inllie Sun Â¬ It 0 Hitfdon Calhoon day School Miss Mollie Orr Owonslioro Tho Worki re At Their Work in the Sunday School John Burns Oloverport Before the World Miss Lizzie Allen Hawesville Tho Lsson How to Prepare It Alex Â¬ ander Hill Oweuaboio How to teach it A 8 WoisJey FcrJsville Muslo in tho Bnuday School Miss EU Crowe Hartfprdj Miss Minnie Well man MasonvUle Miss Kjtetln Shelley Hawesville The Sunday Schcol and Missions Mrs M L Ogden Jr Owensboio T J Morion Haitford P Sunday School Sermon Rev Con- Â¬ Our Own John Burn Will Attend the All Kinds of XE5TSr GOODS- - A First Class Milliner All the Season All Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Wheat looks nice Beautiful weather Singing at this place every Sunday eve Farmers are fixing for a large cotton crop this year But very few peach blooms this year Mrs Annie Scott spent the night with last Wednesday her sister-in-laR L Pajne who has been sick with pneumonia for the post two weeks is improving Mr and Mrs Jim Fraiza and daughter were tho guests cf her sister Mir Jim Bush last tiaturduy and Sunday The fishing party was few in number aud was not successful The party con sisted of Jim Busn C F Scott Jim Carington Vernon Williams and Bill Moore The people of Allen who visited Ken- Â¬ tucky Christmas enjoyed their trip very W much The parties are as follows M Scott wife and daughter Mra Jim Bush Pleasant Payne Irvin and Silmou Oliver Mr end Mrs J E Scott entertained a number of their friends and relatives last Sunday Those present were Mr and Mrs Wtllian Scott O F Scott and wile Clifford Brown and wife Misses Lena and Nora Griff Lizzie Black and Messrs Pleasant and S H Payne The party at Aaron Bryons waa a Buccees The following were present Afisses Lzzie Garrish Mary Wagner Ellzi Shielilp Mannio and Berdie Hazel Alice Bai iff and Messrs Gill and Walter Brown Pleasant Payne Joe Bailiff Bush Heridon Mack Shields and others Â¬ Lv 7 45am 4 0pm 7 65 6 03 8 20 537 8 29 35pm 8 45 83f 640 5 5 6 6 48 63 00 09 918 9 31 8 43 8 50 9 08 859 916 9 23 9 33 618 6 20 9 44 961 9 57 Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Oloverport Shops Skllman Hawesville for Cannelton 9 47 9 51 10 00 10 04 10 00 940 6W 643 661 1002 10 08 24 1014 10 1018 1022 10 33 1 7 07 7 12 7 20 7 21 7 27 73 7 43 1031 1046 10 49 06 714 8 04 Petrie Kulcon Tell City j 10 10 10 41 60 56 1059 1103 812 8 IS 8 27 Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Heads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansviile St Louis Lcwispoit wauinan Powers iforRockport Pates Stanley Worthlngton 1104 1110 Ind 1119 1130 1140 1151 1156 11 12 1U9 833 8 42 1126 1139 11 863 905 910 9 9 9 9 9 10 58pm 69 in 1222 122 12 li 14 07pm 21 25 32 39 47 10 1215am 12 20 12 3 954 45 12 55 I29 125 7204 m 10 40pm 115 Ar 7 32pm Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Buflet Sleeping Cars and eligxnt high back teat Paisener Coaches through between l ouijville Eansville and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass eng r Coaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville Kvaniville and St Louis without Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evansviile with- Â¬ out change H C MOUDUK A G P A Louisville Kv L II change St L TIME TABLE No 10 h Fordsville Branch TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains 3PT 10 188 Kast Bound Train tNo a tNo 4 tHo3 tNo5 6 45pm 7 7 7 7 08 19 10 60am 11 1 STATIONS 28 45 762 W ft rv j ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper reproduce the ated and bands orches-Â¬ music of vocalists orlnstru- tras tvmntfllanlnUra TherelS nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other ao callexl talking machines reproduce subjects specially only records of prepared In a laboratory but the Oraphophone On the Is not limited to such performances Oraphophone you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and its charm Is ever fresh The reproductions are clear and brilliant are seM far 19 npd Â¬ Most fascinating Inven Â¬ tion oftliooKe Always I have been afilicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but constantly Buffering I had tried everything I coulc hear of and at last was told to try Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm which I did and was immeately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned Josh Eixuit Germantown Cal For sale by A- R Fisher Oloverport and R A Shollman - Paul Pike stopped at his grandpas one day lasjweekpu accountof his girl Miss Hinora Roberts being there Misses Lizzie Lime and Lizzie Fete called on the Berdie gills Monday Girls how did you enjoy the ride Grandma Bonnett went to Stephens port Friday to see her little grandchild Mr and Mrs Marten Wcgnerts baby Misses Ahhio Bell Hi Roberts and Jessie Lime spent Friday night with Miss Eflie Gardner and report a good time Flage Jarboe Blume Greenwell Mr Oattlin and Miss Abbio Bell were the guest of Miss Efll i Gardner Wedntsday DEKK 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CORED 903 918 915pm 8f0 8 01 8 25 1124 1131 1150 1167 12 09jm 1230 12 Lv Irvington Ar 9 00am 5 45pm 8 35 Garfield 5 20 Harned 5 09 821 Hardinsbtirg 5 00 815 65 arFallsItoughlv nockvale Asklns Oaks ArFordsvilleLv Kirk Jolly Ulendeane 8 01 7 64 7 41 6 3 6 44 715 113 120 105 636 63st 0 3 38 3 29 321 3 ltym 4 4 4 4 46 39 27 The Leading Specialists of America WE CURE EMISSIONS TJntMnv nn lin mnrA denioralixlflir to youniror middle aged men than the pres Ther ence of those nlihtly louses produco wenknes nervousnons a feeling of UlsgTint aDd n whole t rnln of symptoms They unfit a man for buiines married 41 u manor lite una FOCiai napiunou whether caused by evil habits In youth or tekual excesses our natural weakness taw Method Treatment will posltlreiy Â¬ f Daily Trains 41 4a 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsville branch Triilcs s 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a sid 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4a and 44 43 Safety Comfort Louisville ad hwh cure you NO fit tr l i Thankful words written by Mrs Ada One Advantage of Education T6CdnsUfnitlves7 Was taken E Hart of Groton S D They were admiring the dying glories As an honest remedy Foleys Honey Dept 30 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO with a bad cold which settled on my of the day What a splendid sunset I f and Tar does not hold out false hopes in lungs cough set in and finally terminat Â¬ exclaimed the mother Such a beauti advanced singes but truthfully claims to 010 Pennsylvania Avenue ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave ful color Yep mamma replied the give comlort aud relief in the very worst Washington D 0 me up Baying I could live but a short child who had enjoyed tho advantages cases and in the early atages to WJect a time I gave myself up to ray Savior of ccientifio temperance Instruction Chicago Paris ita cure A II Fisher GloverporJ i K A Now York determined If I could not stay with mv just the color of a drunkards stomach Philadelphia 81 Louie Wtt Hardlnhiig friends on earth I would meet my abÂ¬ Buffalo What He Knew Waahinuton Baltimore sent ones above My husband was ad Cough Bulls Dr Syrup Is not a Practically then tatd tho first man vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery It It a roatvel Common every day ujh mixture you dont know anything about Sa for consumption coughs and colds I bus rtmeJy lor U thr troubUteme and dingcroui all eight bottles implications resulting from a cold la the head moa gave it a trial took in I do not admitted tho second roan It has cured me and thank God I am throat chsst or luogi Sold for 5 tti excopt that H la Pe ol those pUceq saved and now a Well and healthy wo Â¬ Correct Definition chit fly Inhabited hy nation1 Trial bottle free at Short Hay man a Papa is it right to eay this is a gov Regular aUi 50o and nea drug store A FrithtfulBltroderi 1 00 Guaranteed or price refunded ernment of the peopln for he people by Will often cauu a horrible BuruiSeaUH the peopl Cutor Bruise Bucklentt Arnica Salvd No my son Correctly speaking It A Montka Loss By Hire the beatiu the world wilKJtlll the ilau la government of the peopU by the and promptly hf al It i CurH0ld8ortai The February flo loaa In tho United Life Fever Sores Ulntre Bollp Feloup dims States was about 18000000 An item tflka holders tot the politicians ot that alii iu taxation would arouse Best Pile Curo pn all flkia Eruptions earth general attentlbo but when it Is utterly Only W cenbj liox CueigHar aiMKMYMlfeNiNtft StantU Â¬ 1 Â¬ Manufactured under the patent of 1111 Talnter Edison and Mardonalit Our wtatlUlimrnlU bund Mrorla slacalnrs qunrler or the6u ppde for Talking caulogu and Writ for vTaUtug Machine ratfMies 8tephensport Stuhhlelldd Ovvensbqro J night W Frymira and A Bennett shipped two bartce loads ol hickory timber to NdW Aloany Ind last week from Yel 1 llnmlar von ncuil lioln Early abuse or ater exceiro may havo weakened you Exposure may nao aiseasei you iou Our New Method aro not rnfo till cured will curo you Youruatiorlik CUR- NO PAY E- Packet Line Fast Mall Line Between Louisville and Evansviile STEAMKK8 J w Bank creok A G TheStr Taratcon landed at Young ATan You aro palo feeble and haggard nervous lriltnlilo and ex oitnble You become fqrgvtful morose and despondent blotehcs and pimples sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countcuanoo roveal tba blight of your oxlitouce 250000 CURED 0 E F M Ryan G BAGON Master Y A Bishop Parser TARASCON L Penny Master h T Conner Purssr Roberta Thursday taking on corn Misses Hinorah and Bessie Roberta Maggie Berdie Btssie Cuuuinghaui Jessie Lme Bobbie Berdie went on the boat aud had a delightful time Mies Mg4l lBerdle furnished the music The girls made strikes on tho bpya on WECUREWRiCQCELE 1 No nnlter hour rcrlous your caso moy bo or how loi g mi mny liavo had It our JfcV MKTIIOW IIOJATMKNT will cure It The wormy veins return to their normal condition and hence the sexual organs rcoelvo proper nourirli inent-- the orgnnj uecnine viiauieu r 11 uunnturnl drains or losses cero aud No temporal manly l twcis return benefit but n iioruinnint ouro an tired NO OIMMIA NO cbllK NO PAY SAUY NO DKTUN TION NK TELL CITY R 11 Ballard Master W B Nsnbell Purser P D STAGGS tllBjhot If your child Is crces or peevish It la worms with troubled no doubt HITEaORIEAM VERMIFUGE will renioVe thd worms aud Its tonio eftect Price restore its natural cheerfulness o oeattsAv R Fisher i n jHTsiut- loJPwllnont Question f j T10N yilOM lUMlKESS Ws treat and cuie flJKKT EMJfc HIONO NKY dlrrati IIOUKf KHKK MODE CURES GUARANTEED my Ill imj till vau XK1KLK yAMU miuuTiiiti JHAIll AND HRi NAIi XfUttahH 1 Â¬ Dally exoept Saturday between Lbulsvlll and Hew Amsterdam freight shipped by thU line tsllrsrd qulok er than by rail Traveler will Ind the steamers are nosur puied la equlpmsat and accommodations Tke bast culinary are employed as eookt and the menu li equal to that of the bait hotels General offices 114 and 1T8 4th Arena LobJstUIs k l D JONf TUBA TAIKNT Mtotf lltKK iTcmx Palf 4Ohilo qiltvt3t 14 v f tW - u ri Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH ST O OIHOIHNATI tnfjM RATION i CIIAUUK I PKNrOT BapL WWHIT O V 1 Wiixuiu T P Prsi Owensboro Ky A lost In lira and tiuioke no one seams to bt grtUly cooowra WW f osMm antaed Hold by Short Hay ute Du gUte v WlJwhTtlaJl1r hUt dtty ttyd u vA ol - rt r WUEN TJOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS XXPRKf At- iritwWfciwwm tf bi yiiiplwmmnipil Wy1 at y- - wpWftfj t tbe road nearly to Hardtnrburg Â¬ Â¬ AN ACROSTIC CoMrosin by Mrs Junius McQbhbb for iikh Fhiknu D Mrs IIattik Qrinnkll at Clarksville after May let where I hope their lives may be spent usefully peacefuly and happy I understand that many of my old pupils in the county will if the weather is favorable attend my recital on Satur Â¬ day night April 1 In a letter from ono is a sweet charming illusion to the hap Â¬ Hail Friond of my girlhood day An acrostic in your handb I lay Tolling of a lady so kind and dear That alio to her friond seem doubly near It is a awect thought of the past Ever prompts mo to write joys too sweet to last Beautiful music love and flowers Ever attended those happy days of ours After having so much good fun Lo a now life each of us begun Love in our hearts for another has sprung Gentlo and kind has been your life Rescuing others from all strife Ho says Sample will be the gust of her sister Mrs Hugh Frymlro and att nd the they are putting it in fine order Guthrie fucker Buras was tho guest spring school here Misses Carrie and Maud Barger attend ol Miss Monna Hunter a day or two last week ed church at Union Star Sunday Mrs Wood V Worth am Is going to remove Mose McCubblns of Slitlo died on the from his farm near here back to Owens- 19th of congestion of the brain and was burled at tbe Bruner graveyard on boro 20th Tbe bereaved family have the py hours Bpent in tho Btudy of music Mn Dave Howard and daughter Mrs with me and ol the dtlgli ful ricltals Shain were guests of Mrs Dr Dempster heartfelt sympathy of all we held I ahull hope to see many part Saturday entity In lllooil lcti Gomo earlea from the adjacent town Miss Mary- Moorman who haa spent No Clean blood means a clean skin ly Tho nrrgram will not exceed two the winter St Louis is expected home beauty without it Cuscarcts Candy Catharin get your blood ntid keep it clean by tic clean hours thus giving pl nty otjtlme to before many wet kt stirring up tho lazy liver and driving all imback before it is very lite The curtain purities from the body Begin to day to Johnson Avenue separating Julian banish pimples boils blotches blackheads will riso at exactly 730 Browns acres from the main part of and that sickly bilious complexion by taking -Â¬ - NOTICE ii I if W B FLEMING DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR THE NOMINATION OF i I I WEBSTER Into each heart Bomo balm to pour Nothing but wrongs would you ignore Now as your days are fast declining Ever remember each cloud has a silver lining Let no thorn be found in your closing day Lot all be as bright as the rosea of May J J J J BRANDENBURG The sale at Cal Hendricks was largely attended Beall Grlnnell haa been laid up with a vaccinated arm Miss Bess Allen is with heaunt Mrs Blanche Fontaine Miss Hides has prepared Misses Lena Nevltt and Ten Hamilton to recite at the musicale The Normal Literary last Friday night had a full house The school is large and still growing Victor ISpauldlnu Sim Hagan Susie Elder and Lula Woolfolk made a party to the association Mr and Mrs E It Bondurant spent Sunday with Mr and M re John Lewis Henry in Breckenridge count y Mrs Ella Gregory of Cloverport will arrive soon to make her hoina with her parents Mr and Mrs George Dowden I hear that theres a wt dding on tapis for thi week but I never make mention of such affairs unless I am authorized Special Easter services at the Method Bro Leltch iat church next Suuday field always has a feast in store for us Mr Burton Mr ABhcraft Mr and Mrs Hardesty and E It Burch went to Grahampton Saturday to the Teachers Association Mr and Mrs Abe Richardson of Gar- Â¬ field a id Mr and Mrs Blant Sliacklett of Ekton spent Friday with Mr and Mrs J iff Ditto Mr and Mrs Thomas II Ditto attend Â¬ ed Baptist services here last Saturday I enjoyed a short chat with that kind congenial friend This ia Ilolv week with Catholics and and Episcopalians and the Feast of the Passover with all orthodox Jews who obsere it elaborately Mibs Eula Dowden one of our bright- Â¬ est sweetest girls is in Louisville to ac- Â¬ quaint herself with the millinery busi Â¬ ness All honor to her I Mrs Grinnells recital is free to show the piogress aud prof iency of her pupils The youngest ones will play duetta with their teacher Several of the lithographic men were here Suuday guests of Albert Moremen A hundred men are expected to be at work on the quarry by June 1st so I have been told Every house keeper this time of the year makes nice HutTy puffy light rolls real a tea in boat ones every house keeper I mean except me and I am neighbor to Mrs Iusey The distill ary where Moremens old mill stands half mile In in lure is in I do not kno v the tiara eB of operation the parties who are runu ng it but I do know I am sorry that it is here Mr Ed Goodnight and Mr Ernest Babbage have a cordial invitation to attend the recital Tin y know about expansion girls up here and that there are none more attractive or charming under the sun cards are received Announcement from Miss Addie G Ditto of Louisville as purchasing agent She is a lady of executve ability fine taste and great experience and will fill promptly all orders in any line of goods 1919 Brook St Mrs Dr Hardin came over to our rehearsal last Saturday and said she felt young again I didnt feel quite bo youog as Mrs Hardin was my pupil some twenty years ego taking active parts in rehearsals Her children are like the mother Misses lone Dowden and Ada Brown will arrive this week from Louisville with the latest novelties in Eastor hats and bonnets Thee young ladies are well known as first class milliners Sat urday April first is opening day Call and see their beautiful goods I just keep forgetting aboU that new boy at tne home of Mr and Mrs Graham our popular Preston correspon- Â¬ dent Now Nancy make Oliver rock the cradle so you can write as of yore These babies are veritable tyrants and one in a household is as much of a Nero as a half dozen But who will give up one The recital is free The last time I charged a very small admission to pay expenses and yet I had several say to I de Â¬ me I did not feel able to come termined then never to charge admission at another entertainment Otherwise I would have eiij yed having one for the benefit of the Normal library So every body come Ellen Cross of coin died last Satur- Â¬ day of rueatles and pneumonia Poor Elen I She seemed kind and humble and only a very few days ago as I passed she said Miss Hattie I tries to stay at home aud do whats right We are judged by the Father according to our tidents At last we can only try like poor ignorant Ellen who I believe is at peace I have been requested by my class aud by mauy musical people to invite Mrs D M Duncan to play next Saturday night It aflords me much pleasure to know that Mrs Duncan is so appreciat Â¬ ed and that she will appear again No one ever swayed a Branlenbuig audience as Mrs Duncan nee Pearle Ditto with her clinging sympathetic touch imbu ing her playing with warmth and the most touching expression thesa I have received an invitation to the marriage of Miss Charlotte Brashear Herndon of Irviugtou and Mr John Taylor Berry of Ularksville Tenn on April nineteenth at Irving ton Baptint church Miss Charlotte haa often visit- Â¬ ed here and has received much attention and has been very much admired She is a beautiful girl of attractive personality Mr Berry is a man of fine business qualities Ihoy will make their homo Â¬ No oats sown yet Garden sasa will bo late Our roads are nearly impassable J M Fitch went to Irvlngton Sunday The prospect for wheat ia not flatter- Â¬ ing We have too many so called county roads Hal Drane is in Louisville buying uew goods J 0 Pate of Owensboro was here Sunday was G W Beard of Hardinsburg here last week Irvlngton telephone The Webster line is a good one Frank Huston was in Louisville last week selling tobacco Sash Jordan will move to the Rabbit Run farm in a short tinio Mies Lizzie Brown began a subscription school at the school bouse Inst week Mrs Ella Kurtz Orutcher visited her mother Mrs Laura Kurtz last week Mrs E M Norton who haa been ser- Â¬ iously ill for some days is somewhat im- Â¬ proved It is currently reported that Charley Claycomb called at Mrs Laura Kurtzs recently Miss Alma Orendorf of Clifton Mills is the guest of her cousin Mits Anna Claycomb The road leading from here to the McGehee school house should be made a county road Remember next Sunday is tbe be ginning of tho second quarter in Sunday school literature Mrs J M Fitch visited her parents Mr and Mrs A J KeyB at Lodiburg Saturday and Sunday Mrs Minnie Drane Davis of West View visited her parents Mr aud Mrs J T Drane last week Hicks had best look to his laurels He has some strong rival as weather prog- nojticators around herp Geo Neff of Guston was here last week and put in telephone boxes for H L Kurtz and Dr Parks J M Fitch threw the doors of his new blacksmith shop open Monday a new candidate for public patronage Herbert Haddock a promising young man of Clifton Mills lias entered Prof Crabbes school at Iryiugton We haye one telephone line completed and another in progrebs of construction If you want us just call us up 11 L Kurtz attended Mies Dee BjBhaine birthday party at Clifton Mills last Saturday night and reported an en Â¬ joyable time T J Compton and T W McUoy went to Ekron Sunday to see their grandmother Mrs Susan Adkisson who is re- Â¬ ported seriously ill The old hen maketh her daily visits to the garden but turneth away with an air of ead disappointment because the gardener hath not preceded her Archie McDonald has be in employed to run the Clifton mills Mr McDonald is a first class miller and this already popular mill should now receive increas ed patronage There are many roads in this county that should bo discontinued as county roads and perhaps in a few instances new roads should he opened up But the great object at present should be fewer and better roads Not only should every church in this couuty have a Sunday school this year but Sunday schools should be organized at school houses in sections remote from churches Let our county and district Sunday school officials see to this matter Â¬ Â¬ town is being opened Mr and Mfs B K Shain Short Creek are visiting Mrs Shaius parents Mr and Mrs Dave Howard Dave Moorman has about thirty acres of land cleared this past winter He will have the most of it set in tobacco Leo Montgomery Is conductor on the passenger Mr Tilford is running the freight ThlSjle only a temporary change Mrs Bill Harrison and children went to Caneyville Saturday where they will join Mr Harrison who baa employment at that place Dr Dempster Is taking the lead In Bpring whitewashing and his example should be followed by all who love health and tbe boautiful Foremost with W 0 Moorman are business and beauty His lateBt step in the latter direction is to fence tho lot between his and Dewees stores Already has he sowed it in grass and beautified as he will have it in time it will add greatly to tho loveliness of our little village Mr Willie Oweu has returned from an absence of three weeks in southern Kentucky Tennessee and eastern Ken Bowling Green Reedyville tucky Franklin Nashville Gallatin and other towns were visited He rode through to Nashville met many old friends and found numerous new ones and comes back delighted and improved in health June Owen thoughtful as he is kind kind as he is big hearted and as big hearted as anybody informs me that the most popular books now selling in LouAdventures of Francois isville are Days Celebrity Aylwin Afterwards Work Davill Harum I and Thou and the Other One Old Chester Tales Penelopes Progress and When Knighthood was in Flower Cute and lull of prettiest reasoning are some of the sayings of the tots Little Betsy Moorman railing n envelope a letter sack fib own a childs readiness to apply knowledge A good many times lately she haa beard oi people breaking out with the measles The bursting buds on tne early gooseberry bushes caught her eye a few days ago and she said Mamma see how the gooseberry bushes are breaking out I Bright are they who can learn like the little ones and wise are they who learn of the babes in their inttocence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug glsU Mtistactton guaranteed 10c 25c COr 0 IRVINGTON Albert Moorman is the guest brother Dr Lon Moorman of his Mrs Herndon and MrB Wimp were guests of Mrs Wathen list Friday Mrs B E Hawes has returned from a pliant visit to relatives and frlondsin Hawesville He lltlU niece returned with her and will remain eovtrt 1 days The May Musical Festival promises to be a greater success than evor before With such an array of talent as has been engaged the most critics cannot fail to be Bath 11 id The days of Back loth and ashes are drawing to a close and Easter will soon be upon us It is to be hoped nature will set the example don a new dress and come out in greater freshness and gorReousueBs than she has done for some- Â¬ time past We will welcome the change Many of we rurallss woull have eD joyed beyond expression the lecture on Certain traits of of Ian McLirln Scotch Character The pssion of the Scotch for 1 arnirg was certaiidy very dramatically dealt with and his dar portrayal of Bonnie Brier Bush must have been highly entertaining This is one of the disadvantages of country life we miss all the good things The Kiplings will leave for Enghnd as Boon as possible during the past month the eyes of the whrle world haye been concentrated upon una laum iv Their arrival in New York was hern J ml over the country with the rapidity that ti lo graphic communication cool i not cany ft but money position nor caee inter eres with the work of that moving luger Soon after their arrivi Divine Will Mr Kiplinh was stricken with pneumo nia which cdme near beirg fatal and their cl lest daughter died of tbe same dreaded disease What a ead ending to a chapter so full of hope and promise 1 Â¬ fl Attorney General WILL SPEAK AT l Jl II HARDINSBURG KY ON Thursday March 30th99 AT TEN OCLOCK All are invited to turn out and hear him i3Ss I SHORT TALK THATS TO THE POINT Here are Prices that you will find in the stock of General Merchandise at BEWLEYVILLE Does courtesy extend to telephonic communication Sunday school and class meeting were our Sunday services The rain prevented attendance at the missionary meating Edwin Jolly visited Hurlbut Cain from Friday to Sunday The Bewleyville school froze out on the morning of March 1st David Hardaway made a speedy re- Â¬ turn from Jefferson county Eva McGlothlaa was the gueet of Mrs R B McGlothlan Sunday Lewis Jolly of Irvlngton was tbe guest of Hurbert Piggott Saturday Jim Morton i f Louisville visited his uncle Z T Stith a few days recently There is a considerable move for a telephone from our town to Irvington The telephone line will break connec- Â¬ tion at Albert Thompson and go to Gus-Â¬ ton Ray Keith had fun takirg an obstrep- Â¬ erous cow aud calf to GarnetUville Sat- Â¬ urday Miss Mary Paul accompanied by her sister Mrs Will Paul has returned to her home Misses Willa and Nell Drury are students at Pewee Valley and report themselves well pleased T J Jolly is doing what he can to make a good district Sunday School Con- Â¬ vention at Webster May 20th There was an impromptu dinner party at Dewey Heights Thursday composed principally of ladies Lets pass it around The protracted meeting at the Method- Â¬ ist church commenced Monday evening March 27th Bro Bigham from Har- Â¬ dinsburg will assist Bro Walton in the services Come one and all The Ladies Club met with Mrs R B McGlothlan Friday March 24tb Be- Â¬ sides the lesson there were other nice things by way of entertainment I wish we could have visitors to enter into the spirit ol things and help us out Goldkn Rod Office over Martins drug store lm GROSS JGUSTON KY StHENSPORT A SMALL SPOT MAY BE CANCER The greatest MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any little sore caro should be given to pimple or scratch which snows no disposition to tieal under orum ADDEADCI1 IT PACT 1C ary treatment No one can tell how soon these AlTLflnLU A nilOl no will develop into Cancer of the worst tvne So many people dio from Cancer simply causo thy lo not know JU9t wmt tho disease is they naturally turn themsolvea over to tho Hnctnr Hill hbVII llklta and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous operation the only ti eatment which tho doctors know for Cancer Tho diseaso promptly returns however and Is oven inore violent and destructive than before Cancer Is a deadly poison in tho blood and an operation plaster or other external treatment can nave no eflect whatovor upon it Tho cure must come from within tho last vestige of poison must bo eradicated Mr Wm Walpolo of Wulshtown S D says A little blotch about trjo site of n pea came under my left eye gradually growing larger from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor who pronounced ft Cancer and advised that it bo cut out but this 1 could not con sent to I read in my local paper of a euro effected by S B 8 and decided to try it It acted llko n charm the Cancer becoming at first irritated and then discharging very freely This gradually grew leas and then discon tinued altogether leaving a small scab which soon drop- Â¬ ped off and now only n healthy little scar remains where what threatened to destroy my life once held full sway Positively the only owe for Cancer ia Swifts Specific Remember choir practice Friday even Â¬ ing Oiyer Shellman was in Cloverport Saturday Mrs 0 C Lewis was in Cloverport for a day last week Misa Lena Payne gave a birthday dinner to a few friends Sunday Mrs H S English returned last week from a visit to Long Branch Rev A F Beare Is preaching a series of sermons at the City Hall Regular services were held in tbe M E church Sunday by pastor Mrs Sallte Blain spnt a few dayB last week in Sample with her daughter Msses KatiB Ida and Mr B Crawford attended church at Union Star Saturday Mrs E H Miller Mrs F 0 Ferry and son F Miller spent Friday in Clo vorport Mrs E P Mosely and daughter Misa Blanche Clay were in Cloverport Fri Â¬ day shopping Rev W H English pastor of Baptist church Riah Hill Mo is at home for a few weeks rast Floyd St E Miller after spending a few days at Chenault returned to bis home at Henderson Friday Tbe thrilling poetical effusion of last week was somewhat marred by a G W Bobbins died the 18th Inst and few mistakes in rhyme and measure his remains were interred in tbe FreeJohn Elam now of Louisville was on dom cemetery tbe day following An the west bound train Friday enroute to exemplary citizen a good neighbor a his hdme in Hendorson to visit his Christian gentlemen The people of parents this community mourn Ids departure Mr and Mrs Kirby Blain have moyed and extend condolence to his bereaved into the cottage vacated by Dr D White family As this Is their first venture in house keeping we wish them success GLENDfcANE Â¬ Â¬ Calicofls best brands 4 cents per yard Good Domestic Cotton 34 cunts per yard Gingbams from 5 cents to 10 cents Granulated Sugar 18 pound for 100 Green Coffee 10 pounds for 8100 Roasted Coffee 10 cents per package t Shoes from 50 cents to 300 Mens Clothing Good Suits ranging from 8300 to 81000 Boys Suits from til 00 to 8350 Hats and Caps complete stock from 25 cunts to 300 A full lino of Queensware Hardware Tinware Saddlery and Har- Â¬ ness Stoves Umbrellas Parasols Etc A full stock of Dross Goods and Notions at very low prices All sorts of Canned Goods in short a general stock of everything usually kept in a country Btore Sold st rictly for cash or country produce for which will pay high- Â¬ est market price I am in charge of the business and will give it individual attention and treat everybody alike WALKER BOARD Manager WANTED 200000 POUNDS OF GOOD Pryor Tobacco Between Now and the First of May BRING IN YOUR SAMPLES J 028J 1 B RAGE CLOVERPORT Fourth St Louisville Ky Lung-Editor lUbbago was here Friday and Saturday Jt hn Burks insurauce man was here last week W J Deaue Sr spout last week in OwenBboro Mlss Maiy Pine-Tar-Hon- Irritation Dr is tbe forerunner to consumption will cuie it and Bells give strength to the lungs that a cough pr cold wilt not settle there Twenty five conta at all good druggists l Dr W i ikS59SKmSH J rrw ri Dentist CLOVERPORT KY I KY Jr M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky s L MOOEMAN F R WILDER J MFRP PIMPI F Matting y went home sick PRESTON A M Hardin pf Lodiburg was visit Â¬ ing relatives here last week Mr and MrsjParls Barr visited rela Â¬ tives at Union Star last week James Barger sold a fine mule Satur- Â¬ day to Mr Olarkson of Big 8pring for 190 Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work HARDIN -a- w-IDEIsrTIST WILDER last Thursday Gld Ball and Mr Obeuchain haye moved to MiQuady Jefl Owen was too eick to bo ou duty Monday morning Luther Ashley and Georgi Willis wtnt to Harnod Sunday Miss Nannie Green went to Louisville Saturday for a short visit Alton eya Babbage and llaawell were ccun nc nuc nm toot ll a Illiiuirlgbl Sour and it found perfect Â¬ ly MtUfutory TO An by trelgbt QOD a tM m nd ad you tall Ut Ill Ik on COIL AID HOOD ubjMt to uualiwUiw Every WcdncKday mid Thursdiiy nfter IN IRUlNHTflN 11 W I II U I U 11 111 Eourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work puch as Bridges and downs a specialty Latest appliances used Good work cuaranteod S tho because it Is the only remedy which can go deep enough to reach the root of the disease and ores it out of the system permanently A surgical operation does not roach tne blood the real seat of the disease because the blood can not be cut away Insist upon 8 B S nothing can take its place 8 S S cures al any case of Bcrofula Ecrotna ItheumatUm Contagious Blood Poison Uhfrs Bores or any other form of blood disease Valuable booksbn Cancer nutt Blood PJsescs will be mailed free to any addres by Swift Bpeciflo Conijuiny Atlanta Georgia 8 S 8 FOR THE BLOOD will Miss Lema Lay of Stepbensport begin a spring school hero on the 3rd of April here ou 1 gal bmiueta Fridy Mrs Soglar who haa been visiting rel Â¬ Mir Nora Vessels Hardinsburg visit- Â¬ atives here returned to her home in ed Mrc Joe Matting last week Louisville last week County Clerk Wells of Grayson couu Â¬ Mrs W M Frymlre returned home ty was In ro on buainees last week Sunday She has been in Louisville for Ernest Itobertson le In Owensboro on a week learning the latest styles in hats buslines tlm taily part of this week and bonnets Jimmy Liwis Harditaburg made a Frank De Haven of near Hardlus urg brief visit to friends here lat week was in this community last week trjlng A change in the section boundary lets to buy a span of mule but found none hots Mathensy go but a short distance to suit him Thsiittli xteuihterof Milt Miller o below 3toHdtMM bat exteseVkfo part o ui ilk Hill TOtt Tr HW or BMnt riciib raici ii lliUTMT QJpHTjiCME wgowH til UAO aa M wurnotriRfirninin -- lT -with Oft HL Ml llOVa UATALUUUI 100 Vf charcM Thl toy U li No i OTn and frolcht lHUill topUUxMi mad from bwtplflroo itra jars bum boar ooyr heavy UoIbk and rat largo OTn kholf Mary tln Unod otu door hanaoro and trimmlnga BioMl plaUd ornamonUtlon itra larso daop tnoln aUatka wrll IIm4 rMntlr band aoatlarromamntdpaM BMt omI bam mil and wo furnlih IBM as oitra wood fraU naklnf II a I Wl A IlDllUeUlRtfTI wlla fOtM4MBW toyo and uarantM varo dallrary to your rail Your local dalr would chare you H5W roadaUtioa tor wwa a toy tho might I only about KM for acbtamUaMMnrMIJm410M Addrau IAR ROUUOK A OOtWOJOHWWMlL Lu an 51300 A rr I1Tin WJJI BUI i Tke pr JP You will now sHk a good IrveatmHnt for vour savins TLe beat known investment ia Improved It ml Eitato Secure your ground aud write to Vr i5 Over WILL COMPANY LUMBER rrr FOR PRICES ON 494 gtttraiaoaotasoaroitwMolHH11 rlt ibUuVa uus Mil or Wbaa you raftf luimmlttym SASH BLINDS ETC LOUISVILLE KY