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Old Glory with its soil Hirrlng slats and strips was very much in evidenco as an ornamental fenuro h v fr It repre- Â¬ The audience was immense sented the culture and refinement of a large portion of Meade and Breckenridge counties The event was opened with a pecu- Â¬ liarly touchli g and appropriate prayer by Bro Ijitcbfirld The address by Prof A 0 Burton was by all heartily ihlrp P M Duncan one- - of the most accomplished musicians in this section of the state rendered Borne very pretty selections which were bril iantly ex Â¬ ecuted tihe Is an attractive lady and looktd handsome in street dress Tim pupis who D irtcipaUd in the ojied Spring Unlocks The Mowers To Taint the Laughing Soil If And not even Nature would allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection Now without good soil Nature and people are much alike the former must have sunshine latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health Hoods Sarsaparllla cures blood trou- Â¬ bles of all sorts It is to the human system what sunshine is to Nature the destroyer of disease germs It y music recital was a most pleasant m My pupils fifteen at quitted Â¬ themselves admirably A teacher can Will Commence at ihe Methoddo j ist a much but she must have good ist Church material I have superfine materlnl which is easily molded Each one had the interest of the affair in her own Rev Blgham of Hardlnaburg Will AssUt heart and applied herself intelligently of girls of whom I have a lovely coterie The Methodists of this city will begin I am justly proud The little ones did exceedingly well in ocj1 and Instru- Â¬ their campaign against the forces of Bin at tbelr church in this city next week mental numbers RevBIgham of Hardinsburg an evan Â¬ NOTE gelical worker of great ability will assist Mr A 0 Burton called my program and made appropriate remarks thus add Â¬ Rev Joiner in the work Mr Bigbam is n fine pulpit orator and ing much in interest hits from the shoulder He does not Mr and Mrs Jamea Wimp and Miss mince words and has a powerful way of Glare of Ekron were guests of Mn E dealing with the questions that affect Wimp and enjoyed the recital ones spiritual welfare The audlenca lost Saturday night waa The raeetiuns will be of great interest immense a number loft there was not and Bhoald attract good congregations standing room even and vet the order every night was good QREAT OPPORTUNITIES Koy Wimp came up from Irvington and attended the music recital Saturday aud on Sunday he still showed his taste Breckenridge is Becoming a Great Breeding Center by being a guest of one of our prettiest girle The farmers in Breckenridge county Sklllman Wlndelkln have the best opportunity of their lives 0 i last Wednesday evening Mr Wal Â¬ to improve their horse and mule stock The breeding animals advertised by lace Skillman and Mis Winnie Windel kin Mr Hary Morrison and Miss Delia G N Lyddan and Charles H Drury in Batt boarded the train for Cannelton this weeks paper are the best of their Intl on their arrival Mr Skillman and kind in Kentucky HorseB and mules are bringing good Miss Windelkin were made man and prices now and farmers would be wise wife hi the parlor of Mrs Statira Batt On to patronize them the lit v A Farnll officiating Thursday morning the happy couple Card of Thanks were passengers on the east bound train Gust in March 27 for Stepbeusport aud Louisville where Mr Chas R Anderson and wife ex Â¬ thev will spend several days with relatend their thanks to their frieads who tives and friends They are both we known and highly respected in this were so kind in their sad bereavement ans- Â¬ city Mitfl Winnie beiug the charming whowith loving and tender hands wered the call to the last wants of our and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Windelkin and MrHkillruan the son darliDg babv Willie Oh such tender And our physician Dr A A of Mr Richard Skillman formerly Circuit wordsl Baxter of Guston who we think fol- Â¬ Clerk of this county he is also one of He the best firemen on the Henderson lowed the case through exactly Route and is noted for his industry and told us when be thought each and every integrity Their friends wish them a turn would come We have the ntmost confidence in him as physician and as a long happy wedded life Christian friend HOLDING TOBACCO 1 1 cty The hoboes who hive been wintering in the South are following the blue birds in tbelr northern migrations and Clover port eoems to be on their line of march Over a score of husky men have been laying siege to the town II n the past few days and three or fur women who have adopted trampli g aajja profession have been begging money and food hero Marshal Graham had to run ono im- Â¬ pudent one armed drunken tramp out of town Extra precautions should be taken now as tramps are communicating small pox to different communities in the State Whole Time to Royal r Absolutely ItHjre Horn mtiwa sowcia co w Baking Powder His Race His Action Was Not n Surprise His Friends Makes the food more delicious and wholesome vomo to ROSENBLATT INDITED Charged j With Causing THE NEWSjTHIS WEEK The Nkwb this veek contains ten pages To get out such an issue in six days is a vast undertaking one that very few country newspapers in the state would undertake Its special features are A story of old Ironside Au Easter story by Miss Maggie Rhodes a Breckenridge county author- Â¬ ess An Easter poem by the same talented lady A fine article for agriculturists by G W Foote of Irvington Twenty Years Ago a sketch in prose poetry by a Balltown correspondent The news of this and adjoining coun ties compiled by the editors and our corps of correspondents The splendid advertisements by our progressive merchants There are seventy columns of live reading matter that you can peruse with pleasure and profit We aie giving you heaping measure More for your subscription money than any paper in the state is giving its patrons for an equal sum Â¬ The Hon Gus W Richardson of Meade county Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals and candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Treasurer has resigned his office in order to be able to more thoroughly canvass the state in the interest of his candidacy The resignation waa handed to Clerk TALE OF A TAIL Shackelford and immediately accepted Â¬ Hungry Calf Eats Partof Mule With Samuel D Hineu of Bowling Green be ing named to succeed him Bad Results The retirement of Mr Richardson was not a surprise as he has felt for a One of the new sight in the Rock Lick week or two past that his candidacy for neighborhood this week is a bob tailed the State Treasurship was being injured mule Its owner waa id earnest conver- Â¬ by the fact that he was holding an office sation with a young lady in Glendeane to which he had to devote almost his Sunday evening while the patient ani Â¬ entire time The fact that he held a mal was hitched to the yard fence Mrs State office though a minor one was be Â¬ Hunters black calf noted for its chew ing used to advantage by his apponenta ing attacked the nlule and when dis- in the race and this was another reason The olllce of Depu covered was in the act of trying to swal- Â¬ for the resignation low both tail and mule Calf and mae clerk of the county which is not an ex were both saved but this is a longer tale cessively lucrative ono wos given to Mr Richardson by Clerk Shackelford last than the mule has cow September when the latter came into BAD ROADS office Of his opponents for Treasurer two hold public offices one beiug a Vehicles Had to Be Abandoned In County Judge and another a Circuit Clerk Hancock The letter of resignation is in full as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Patesville Fire The Detectives are Hard at Work on the Case The road between Patesvllle and this city has been in very bad shape during the past three or four weeks In some places the chuck holes are so bad as to entirely impede traffic Several buggies and wagons can be seen on the roadside that have been abandoned by their owners until the condition of the roads will permit them to be moved AQAINST TRUSTS J Shackelford Clerk of Court of Appeals Frankford Ky Duar Sir Ab a caudtdate for nomination of State Treasurer I have received such encour- Â¬ agement from my friends that it sterns to my btst interest that I devote my en Â¬ tire time to the canvass for this office and that I may do so hereby tender to you my resignation an Deputy Clerk of the court to tuke effect to day aud recomni nd that you appoint Simuel D Hines in my stead Yours truly GUS W RICHARDSON READY FOR WORK follows Sam The Hancock county grand jury last week returned an indictment against Abe Rosenblatt formerly of Iatesville for arson The accused is the son of a former mercaant of that place It will be remembered that a fire oc cured last spring at Iatesville which destroyed several stores and cottages The insurance companies Interested suspect- Â¬ ed the fire to be incendiary origin and offered 500 reward for information that would lead to the capture and conviction of the perpretrator of the deed Detectives worked on the case and it is allrgid that the indictment of young Abe Rosenblatt was the result It is alleged that the stock of goods FARHERS ARE BEHIND in the store was rather low and the inThe wet weather of the past month surance high have thrown farmers behind and they are thirty days late in their work A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ idles on Wall Btreet last Thursday evening was a success in every way Dainty ar- Â¬ ticles exemplifying the skill of the church members as needlewomen were on Bale and netted a goodly sum Re freshments were served during the even ing 1 Â¬ Success TheBaztar held by the Baptist Happy Parents The home of Mr and Mrs W B Allen was brightened last Wednesday night by tho appearance of a beautiful baby g rl Mr and Mrs John Blythc ore happy in the possession of a handsome bny that came last Saturday night good digestion sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age are some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD Half Amnion Pounds Remain Unsold in the County Â¬ BLOOD CURE SENT FREE A iff never disappoints Poor BIOOdi Tho doctor said there were not seven drops of Rood blood In my body Hoods Sarsaparllla built mo up and made me strong and well Susie E Brown 16 Astor Hill Lynn Mass A complication of Dyspepsia etc troubles dyspepsia chronic catarrh and inflammation of the stomach rheumatism etc made mo miserable Had no appetite until I took Hoods Sarsaparllla which acted like magic I am thoroughly cured N B Skelby 1874 W 14th Av Denver Col was My husband Rheumatism obliged to glvo up work on account of rheu- Â¬ matism No remedy helped until he used Hoods Sarsaparllla which permanently cured him It cured my daughter of ca Â¬ tarrh I give It to the children with good Mas J S McMath Stamford Ct results While partically all the Pryor tobacin Hancock county has been Bold If sarsapiriltis patent medi there remains about 600000 pounds of cines you have tried and still have old persistent and doctored of the farmers in sores pimples distressing eruptions of the skin the weed in the barns arms or legs itching sensation Irritating skin Breckenridge county troublrs eczema scrofula ulcers contagious blood fever tores mercurial The stripping season in this vicinity polsunlace covered with little rhtumatisin catarrh bollf sores cancer or any will close about May lit aud the dealers blood taint then give D B B a trUi because 11 Hn is Uotanic Blood Hal are anxious to get what tobacco they can cares and it cures to stay curedmadt for just such those stubborn blood diseases that other milder edicines tail even before the work of stripping ceases All aboe named troubles are evidence to benefit Local tobacco men say that Brecken of bad diieased blood in the body and II II II all the or or ridge planters are holding the weed for cures because it forcesthe body poison andimpuritysys bones blood humors out of entire its power prices but as this crop has been tem toTo remove all doubt of sample to cure we higher offer send to an sufferer a bottle of It II very large and the prospects for a big B absolutely free 11 B II Is an old well tried remedy hence we know that It cuies o stay cured crop next year are bright thoy predict for the peoi le cured by II II II years ago are well that the holders will be disappointed to day and free from all blood impurities Cancer Bleeding Eating Sores and bay that they would do better if Cancer ol Nose lip fare ear or neck external Bell now they would or internal cincer bleeding eating sores are all co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Cancer Etc Judge Fleming Makes a Democratic The Speech Judge Fleming candidate for UnThe Cloverport Victoria railroad is democratic nomination for State attorney Sold a House being put in fine physical condition general spoke to an audience that comMr and Mis Chris Swapgot sold a New ties have been placed in the pletely filled the city hall last Thursday tracks and all the trestles are being rein- Â¬ house situated in the lower part of town night He expressed himself as being heartily forced preparatory to again operating the to Tat Maatereon this week Consider Â¬ ation 300 in favor of the Chicago platform favored road The engine which has been under- Â¬ the renominatlon of Bryan and the crushing of the power of trusts He says going repairs will be in running trim by next wtek his chances for success are bright The company has a contract with the Cincinnati Cooperage Company to bring KNOCKED OUT You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known in about 800 curs of staves from the investment is improved Raal Estate Secure your ground and write to neighborhood of Victoria Licenses too High For Irvington Jag Dispensers Coaches Improved The Irvington city council has raised the liquor license in that town to 500 The turn is so high that none of the deal Â¬ ers have applied for renewal and tho town will go dry Sixteen car knockers working at the shops in this city were Bent to Louisville Sunday to put new drawheads in the passenger coaches This is the reason why the daily trains have been running bob tailed the past few days Long Distance Telephone 494 Short Line to be Resumed in the Near Future A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills ii mil ii -- i to Hood Pills enre liver Ills thennn lrrltatlng an only cathartic to uki with Hoods SarsspsrlU Mas Moved Dr J L Moorman the dentibt has moved his parlors to the rear of Moor- Â¬ man Owens new drug store cuied by B B B the most powerful blood puri- Â¬ All druggists sell B B B at fi per fier made large botUe Write for trial bottle and a sample e of B B B will be sent by return mail hott all charges prepaid Address BLOOD HALM CO 315 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your symptoms and free personal medical advice will be given Te Vr i5 Over COMPANY P J FOR WILLLUMBER PRICES ON SASH BLINDS SHNGLES DOORS LOUISVILLE Etc KY B 1899 The climax of the vl SPRING and SUMMER 1899 Spring and Summer business season will have been reached in a few days and it is our determination to render our big stock of 14 I tf Clothing Dry Goods and Shoes Particularly interesting and attractive We have made it our object during this season to offer special inducements to purchasers and we feel confident that our This will be a memorable date to all those who will come and inspect our large and forts in this direction will be duly appreciated beautiful stock of Spring and Summer goods which we have just received at the ef- Â¬ GREEN r The space does not permit us to 7 V a quote Styles and Prices but we guaran Â¬ tee to show the Best Values in Styles ever seen ft FLAG BARGAIN STORE r H Baker Bros FREE FREE CENTRE TABLES OR BRONZE CLOCKS Dont fail to secure one of our beaut Â¬ iful 24 inch L LFREE OF CHARGE I iiiriwSBXJia- - A - iJS KETTTOIKry T - r yt E H SHELMAN u R E HAWES SHELMAN r CGS j i v SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT department and we have reduced the prices to live and let live profits We ask that you read our prices and compare them with others s comPlete n everY Our Stock U i GLASSWARE i QUEENSWARE GROCERIES 17 lbs Granulated 19 lbs C Sugar TINWARE 8100 100 10c 1 HARDWARE 4 Sugar quart cups 2 for 5c Hatchets Axes Shovels Spades Scoops Farm Bells Nails Screens Tumblers 2 Quart Glass Pitchers 1 lc each 10c 20c 2 quart cups 4c 3c 4c 10c IS SECOND TO NONE Arbuckles Coffee Levering Lion and XXXX coffees A 9c quart buckets 2 quart bucket 6 quart bucket 1 OUR STOCK OF TINWARE set Cups and Saucers And a general stock make up complete line of Fancy Groceries kept on hand this department This line is full in every particular REMEMBER WE PAY LOUISVILLE PRICES FOR ALL PROEUCE kbEJ yi jicEVV ilrv war iSSP w 1 We Have a Complete Line of r WE ARE AGENTS FOR O BOYS OUR LINE OF CLOTHING- - IS COMPLETE CLOTHING n PHIliS IBB HHB KWflT B We handle the stoutest goods the kind that allows the b6y to slide down cellar doors and climb Plllv m SI IJjfjjj hBwj JEANS PANTS trees without endangering the life of his pants or coat utljjg ttvr Vflr Vtar Try these JJi1M ad OVERALLS THE BEST MADE goods iSl 1TB Jt We Have Just Received an Assortment of Braces Bits and Bolts which we are Selling at the Lowest Possible Prices DRY GOODS A A nico line of Watches A JEWELRY large assortment of Light and Dark Calicoes at Brands not to fade Clocks Ttw Plated Ware Engagement Rings No charge for engraving any Â¬ a fJKJ i j Our Jewelry Line is always complete We carry the MILLINERY Our stock will arrive this week and will be in charge of Standard warranted 5c tiff il A nice line of Pique Wash Fabrics and all the latest Novelties to be found at our store thing sold Spectacles accurately fitted Wo can repair any Watch Clock or Sewing Machine with satisfaction or money refunded LATEST NOVELTIES from a MISS SUE OWINQS zmm ML -- 5 cent Beauty Pin to a - - 65 Diamond Ring an experienced trimmer We ask that you examine our display before purchasing your spring hats PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE iEB JEEl CD FOR TRIMMED HATS the country for HARNESS HEAVY BREECHING t 500 per set 60c We are selling the best Sewing Machine in t t IE TAN COLORED RIDING BRIDLES HEAVY BLACK RIDING BRIDLES WEB HALTERS WEB GIRTH 18 t t t 100 25o 151 rm lMP15 BEFORE pUYINjQ 10c We have a full stock of Shoes in all grMes4mdfcy shapes from FOOT CHECK LINES 225 SEE OUR Work Bridles Blind Bridles Hames Collars Hame Strings Also in Stock Back Bands 50c to 300 pei PaM i iC M - f riwK h u A v 1 Cl I IRVNGTON MACHINE I to-- W J WiE GIVE A COUPON WITH EVERY PURCHASE SHELMAN Q CO proprietors tob ffiWWQTl9 Kik 2 l JWfxni r w Old IroDide On ADVENTURES Bee KorQ OF THE GOOD SHIP CONSTITUTION I Thoy all went into action giving threo frtjjato Constitution cheers and requesting to be laid closo In one of the oldest and alonnaide tho enemy most celebrated ships Inclosed I have the honor to send you In the United States a list of tho killed and wounded on NHvy Her name is as board the Constitution and a report of suulnttd with some of tint the damages Bhe sustained also u list of vv most brilliant triumphs killed and wounded on board tho ene Â¬ of our ihicj and her good my with his quarterbill I have the fortune Is so remarkable honor to be with very great respect sir that the tailors deem it hardly possible yournhdlentsorvant Iaao Hum for her to meet with n disaster The Hon Paul Hamilton Ac Before giving a history of ono of her It is remarkable that before tli- - close remarkable escapes from danger we will of the year 181J ylz on tho JJOth of mootion soran of her victoriep December tho Constitution under the At tlio commencement of the war of command of Commande IWnr ridge the war of 1812 the Constitution under capture and took up a to ond British command of Commodore Isaac Hull frluale he Java was the first American frigate to capture The following miuute3 were taken an English f rlyato of equal force during the battle The following is Captain Hulls acAt tti minutes past two pm com Â¬ count of this affair addressed to the menced tho action within good grape or secretary of the navy under dato of canister distance the enemy to wind Â¬ August 30 1812 ward buc much farther than I wished have the honor to inform you At thirty minutes past two our wheel Sir that on the 19 h instant at two p m was shot entirely away At forty min Â¬ being in latitude 41 digrees 41 minutep utes past two delormined to close with and lot g tude 55 degrees 48 minutes tho enemy notwithstanding his rakin with the Constitution under my comSt the fote and main sail aud hi Fed up mand a sail was discovered from the close to him At fifty minutes pas two must head beariig E by S or E S E the enemys jib boom got foul of our but at such a distance we could not tell mizzen rlyging At three the hi ad cf what she was All sail was instantly the enemys bowsprit and jib boom were made in chase and soon found we came shot away by up At five minutes past up with her At three p id could three shot away the enemya fore mnct plainly see tbiit she was a ship on the by the board At fifteen minutes past Btarboard tack under easy sail close on a three shot nway the galT and spanker wind at half past three p m made boom At fifly five minutes past threei her out to be a frigate continued the shot away his mizzen most nearly by chase until wo were within about three the board At five minutes past four miles when I ordered the light sails having silenced the fire of the enemy taken in the courses hauled up and the completely and his colors iu the main ship cleared for action At this time the rigging being down wo supposed lie had chase hail backed her main topsail wait Â¬ struck we then hauled down courses ing for us to come down As boon us and shot ahead to repair our rigging the Constiiution was ready fur action I which was extremely cut leaving the boro down with an intention to bring enemy a complete wreck soon afterhim to lose action immediately but on wards discovered that the enemys 11 g our coming within gun shot she nave us was still living Hovo to to repair Borne a broadside and filled away and wore of our damage At tweuty minutes past giving us a broadside on the other tack four wore ship and stood for the enemy but without effect her shot aiing short At twentj live minutes past five got Sha coutinued warnnd manoeuvring for very closo to the enemy in a very about three quarters of an iiour to get a effectual raking position athwart his raking position but finding she could bowp and when about to fire he most not she bore up and run under her top prudently struck his fligj for had he sails and jit with the wind on the suffered the broadside to have raked quarter I immediately made sail to him his loss must have been extremely bring the ship up with her and at fije great as he lay an unmanageable wreck minuted before six p m being along- upon the water side within half pistol shot we com- Â¬ After the enemy lmd struck wore ship menced a heavy fire from all our guns and reefed the topsails then hoisted one double shotted witli round and grape of the only two remalnirg boats we had and so well directed were they aud so left out of eight and sent Lieutenant warmly kept up that in sixteen minutes his mizzenmast went by the board Parker first of the Constitution to take possession of the enemv which proved in the slings and the to be t and his mainjard his Britannic Majtstys frigate tigging and sails very much torn hull Java rated thirty eight but carried to pieces The fire was kept up with forty nine guns and manned with up- Â¬ equal warmth lor fifteen minutes longer wards of four hundred men commanded when his main mast and fore mast went by Captain Lambert a very distinguish Â¬ taking with them every spar excepting ed officer who was mortally wounded the bowsprit on seeing this we ceased The action continued from the com- Â¬ firing so that in thirty minutes we got mencement to the end ot the fire one fairly alongside the enemy she surren- Â¬ hour and forty five mtnutes dered and had not a spar standing and The force of the onemy at the com- Â¬ iher hull below and above water so mencement of the action was no doubt shattered that a few more broadsides considerably greater than we had been must have carried her down The officers wore exAfter informing you that so fine a ship arjie to ascertain as the truerrierre commanded by an tremely cautious in discovering the able and experienced officer had been number By her quarter bill she had totally dismasted and otherwise cut to one man stationed at each gun more pieces so as to make her not worth tow- Â¬ than we had The Constitution was ing into port in the Bhort space of thirty very much cut in her sails and rigging minutes you can have no doubt of the and many of her epars injured At seven p m the boat returned with gallantry and good conduct of the of 11 Lieutenant Chads the first lieutenant of cere and ships company 1 have the honour to command It only remains the enemya frigate and Lieuteuant therefore for me to assure you that they General Hislop governor of Bombay all fought with great bravery and it Major Walker and Captain Wood of his gives me great pleasure to say that from staff Captain Lambert of the Java was the smallest boy in the ship to the old too dangerously wounded to be removed est seamen not a look of fear was seen immediately The cutter relumed on board the prize for the prisoners and brought Captain Marshall master and commander in the g British nayy who was a passenger on board and several othor naial ofllceis destined for ships in the East Indiec The Java was an important ship fitted out in tho completeBt manner to convey NO PAY Lieuteiiant General Hislop aud stall to liombay several naval officers aud a THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with lr K K will posi number of seamen for ships in the Eatt tively euro forever any form of Jllood or Saxnal disease Indies It la the result of SO experience In tho treatment of Sean diseases Before the close of the war the Con- Â¬ stitution under the command of Com- Â¬ WE CURE SYPHILIS modore 8tewait captured two British Thla terrible Hlood Poison tho terror men of war tho Cyane and Levant iu yields readily to our NEW of mankind TltKATMbNT llewaro of Mercury one action ard rendered other services They may ruin your rstem 1otanh etc of great importance to the countiy It you have sore In tbo mouth or tongue pains in iuo juiuib poru iuiubu uuir ur We now proceed to copy from an eyebrows falling out pimples or blotches stomach derangement sore eyes head anonymous writer a passenger on board aohos etc you hate tho secondary Bingo We solicit tho of this Uloo1 loiton the frigate the terrible adventure of most obstlnato cases and cballengo tho the Constitution on a leu shore world fur n case wo accent for treatment n n fllsk ua 11a Aaa It was a the closo of tho stormy day ulcers heal the hair Brows again pains disappear tho sxin uocomea ucaiiny ami in the yoar 1835 when the gallant fri Â¬ njttrrliigo is ssiuio iinu saie gate Constitution under tiie command of Captain Elliot having on board the CURES GUARANTEED ate Kdward Livingston minister of the Thousands of young and middle aged men have their vigor and vitality tapped iii United States at the court of France and by early abused later executes mental worry etc No matter tho cause our his family and manned hy neailv five New Method Treatment is tho refuse Hundred soule diew near to tho KWECUREIMPOTENCY chops of tho English Channel For four days she had been beating down And restore nil iwirts to a normal conul T9 tlon Ambition life and energy are re-from ll mouth and on the fifth at even nvneu stun uno leoio uiiueu n among men Jbtrery case Is treated Indi Â¬ Ur she made her lost tack for tho vidually no 1iire all hence our wonder- Â¬ ful success No matter what alls you Fronch coasts We an fur- Â¬ consult us conndrrUally Tho watch was set at eight p m The nish bank bonds to guarantee to accom Â¬ plish what wo claim captain cauio on deck soou after and having asc rtained the bearings of Scllly CURED gave orders to keep the ship full and We treat and curat KMIB8ION8 r I iTrni w nvmirffu ut ririt m remarking at tne same time to the HTUIUTUHK JMlOTBNOV BKOHKl fllcer of tho deck that he might make IMtAlNH iINNATIiHAIj 1JS KIDNEY and IlbAiiIiKH UUenreH ho light on the lie beam hut he stated 4 fONBULTAllON VliUK HOOK PIIKK he tin ught it more than probable that If unablo to call write fur 11LAN1C QIIKsriON for 110MU he would pars It without seeing it lie iUKATMKNT theu turned in m did most of the Kta Idlers and Btarboard watch At a quarter past nine p ni the ship 1 headed west by compass when the call W of Light 01 was hoard from the fore CINCINNATI O ti4i9ST1IIE ill9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN heavy swell from tho Bay ot Biscay the gale which had been blowing soveral days had Increased to a soverity that was not to lo made light of The breakers where Sir Cloudesley Hhovet I and bin fleet were destroyed in the days ol tnoen Anne sang their song of doath before and the Deadtnaus Ledge replied in hoarser tones and to attempt to go hack was sure destruction It was a trying hour with us utiles we could carry sail so as to go at tho rate ol nine knots an hour we must of neces sity dash upon tidily and who ever touched those rocky nnd lived during a storm The sea ran very high the rain Ml iu sheeto the sky was ono black curtain Illuminated only by the faint light which was to mark our deliyorance or stand a monument i f our destruction The wind had got above whistling it came In pulfi that fhtteued the wavee nnd made our old frigate eettlo to her hearings while every Hung seemed crack Â¬ ing into pieces At this moment tho carp titer reported that the left bolt of the weather fore shroud had drawn Get on tho lulls nnd set them all on the weather shrouds Keep her at small helm quartermaster and ease her in tiie sea were the orders of the captain The ludd uere soon put upon the weather shrouds which of course re- Â¬ lieved the chains and channels but many an anxious eye vas turued towards tho remaining bolls for upon them de Â¬ pended the masts aud upon the masts depended the safety of the shin for with one f iot of canvas less she could not livo five minutep Howard plunged the overladen frigate nnd at eyery surge she seemed bent upon makit g the deep the sailors grave aud her liycoak sides his coffin of glory She had been fitted out at Bonton when the thermometer was below z ro Her shrouds of course therefore tlickened with eveiy strain aud her unwieldy masts for she had those designed for tho frigate Cumberland n much largpr ship seemed ready to jump out of her And now while ad was apprehension anoth Â¬ er belt drew nnd thru another I until at last our whole stay wus placed upon a singe bolt less than a mans wrist in cir- Â¬ cumference Still the Kood iron clurc to the solid wood and bore us alongside the breakers though iu in out fearful proximity to them This thriling inci Â¬ dent has never I believe bten noticed in public but It is a literal lact which I make not the slightest attempt to embellish As we galloped on for I can corn pure our vessels leaping to nothing else the rocks seemed veiy near us Dark as was tho night the white foain tcowled around their black heads while the sprey ft 11 over us aud the thunder of the dashing surge sounded like tbo awful knell that the ocean was singing for the victims ic was eager to engulf At length lght bore upon our quarter and the broad Atlantic rolled its white cips before us During this time all were silent each cflicer and man was at his post and the bearing and counten- Â¬ ance of the captain seemed to givo en- Â¬ couragement to every person on board With but a bare possibility of saving the ship and thoee on board he placed his reliance upon bis nautical skill nnd cour- Â¬ age and by carrying the main Ball when in any other situation it would have been a suicidal act he weattiered the leo shore nnd saved the Constitution The main sail was now hauled up by light hearts and strong bands the jib and ppanker taken in and from the light of Scilly the gallant vessel and close reefed topEails and main trysails took her departure and danced merrily over the deeps towards the United States Pipe down said the captain to the first lieutenant aud splice tho main brace Pipe down echoed the first lieutenant to tho boatswain Pipe down whietled the boatswain to the crew and pipe down it was How near tne rocks did we go said I to one of the masters mates next morning lie made no reply but tak Â¬ ing down his chart showed mo a pencil line between the outside shoal and the lighthouse island which must have been a small strait for a fUhermau to ruu his smack through iu good weather by duy light For what is the noble aid dear od frigate reserved I weut upon deck the sea was calm a gentle brei 1 3 was swelling our canvass from maineail to royal the isles of Scilly had Bunk iu the eastern waters and the Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ clouds of the dying storm were rolling 9JSmmwJmmmmm rCU Cfi off in broken masses to tho northward GRADE DiOPCAslllirillllblC ttWlKOMACHIMt ejfrtlsMC O D l ti and westward like tho flying columns of Fw naila Voa cad examine It at your nearmt freight depot and If rouna vrTfrrii7 satiramrr execitj ns reprernut a beaten army iaalU aiaralaM atarra wllaa klia a 1000 taS iluiTisT malum iou stir iiird or j Till ar I have been in many a galo of wind frfifM mat our Opoclal Offer Prlqo StBGO trifr I tv Induced them In CAHCA ami frrlffhtthanzea Thn marhlnrt wlcrha aud have passed through scenes of great K rTS Trill not ior to without to try the house IOT rounds antth rrtlnht will urtnn 7S cnu for each MO miles OIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In jour own home and danger but never before nor since My liver was In n Tory bad shape and my head we will return rour IIS jinr dr you are not Mtiifled n II fir ichcdaiiil I hJdtlomach trouble Now since takraH af swlaf SSJO 1000 1100 have I experienced an hour so terrific tin ing Ij urcls I feci line My wife hasalso used frrrat at In a4 fallr oMrltoa la Matalara atHwlat Slaklaa Oar rra f tSO0ln1 an all tililim sour stomach that when the Constitution was laboring them tilth hone lldul results for Bl Bt Louis Mo Jus KliEIlUsu 1101 Congress with tho lives of five hundred men hang BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ing on single small iron bolt to weather CANDY Tertlsments offering nakwa under rartous names with Itsrm wka are various Inducements Writs ions frla4 la Caltara CATHARTIC i Scilly on tho night of the 11th of May s mtLunLK ijn who mt hot I8t6 I ariRT 6IMHI itttiT or msrt iiiuiI UR4IIK Stllim ITIt Till HiUf During the gale Mrs Livingston In DIKCTSOrXOXK MAIIK HY TUB IlrHT AKKH IV AMKIttfJA j jjlw s ihumM int iirjti jiAiiitiAL r quired of the captalu if we were not In TRAGI MARK BIOISTtRSO ONKV in nitADTro eimen nai Tinnn nwnir Vnniu Y au VS IIIOLIsnkienione Illustration- shows machine AB oABINKT great dauger to which he replied as closed theaddrop intll i tfngfmmriljthtHobeusedasatratrr laala alaaS ar eni laa altar coon as wo bad passed tho Scilly You pa with full length table and head In place for sewlnir 4 raar erawr lalrat 1899 aWltaa fraais carrcd paneled embossed and are as safe as you would he in the aisle decorated cabinet finish 3nest nickel drawer pulls rests on 4 cas Plotsttnt latnnWp Potent Tnslo Good Do ters ball tirartna ad luttahle treadle orenulnefimvth Irnn ttut uood Merer Slrkon Weaken nr Clrlpc 10c 2JcHc of a church It is a singular fat that Finest laris Utah Aria ktsd positive four motion feed self threading rlbrat- 1 rffi 1 shuttle automatlo bobbin winder adlutatjla hearlnm natant fanalnn CURE CONSTIPATION tho firigatn Boston Captain MNeul liberator Improved loose wheel adjustable presser foot Improved shuttle It nine llmnlj loBpav CHit Mlrrl w Vrt Ill carrier patent needle bar patent dreMpruard head Is handsomelr decorated about tho close of the revolution teenp and arasnraied id beollfll nioxeJj THI1YT1VTED Hod ntiilKimriiiileeilhr allrtruK Htaleal roaalas KMtlarallaaaaaearetteeUtlMsamklaa GUARANTEED ed a similar dauger while employed in nU I U DAO Ritts to HI UK tobacco llablt isds Kr rr knewn attachment IsfaraUkee aaa er Free Instruction Book tetla Just howanvonecanrimlt and doelther plain or any kind of fancy work cuylng out to France Chancellor A SO YEARS BINDINO GUARANTEE is sent with every machine TalwWWL - iJj Iti IT COSTS YOU NfTTHINR toseeandeiamlne this machine compare It Livingston a relative of Edwards and Mis Preferences withthose your storekeeper sellsattinnn to and then ir convinced yea aretslae ssoti te 1000 pay also minister tc the court of St Cloud nr fretttit areal the 1060 ff TO SOO00 TOIR lStO If at a UKTIkV llais wllkla tare aeatks tea styysaara Well Johnnie said the minister to est lliflri ORDKIt TO f imitt nriAT Iears ltnetmck Co are thorouahlr reliable -- Editor He likewiso had his wife on board aud tho little boy I hear you aro going to Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III while the vessel was weathering a lee school now When you write mention this paper shore Mrs Livingston asked the cap Yes sir was the reply taina rough but gallant old flre eatet And what pat t of it do you like the If they were not in great danger to best asked the good man which ho replied You had better Comln1 home was tho prompt nnd madam get down upon vour knees aud truthful answer prHy to your God lo forgive you your Ounce of Prevention numerous sins for if we dont carry by Penologist Our prisons and peniten- Â¬ thin point wo shall all be in predition CJllsT t kVaSf KilllalsBiaaVjaMatAlMalais tiaries are a disgrace to civilization The in live minutes Selected convicts are abused uncared for and poorlv fed Can ynu surest a remedj Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Yes let em keep out Most fascinating Inven Foleys Honey aud Tar gives quick of Phltntropliist tion of the aire Alwnya such placoi aud positive relief in all easer ready to entertain It A It requires no skill to oper Even tho most vigorous and hearty Fisher Cloverport and E A Witt Hai ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orches- Â¬ people have at times a feeling of weari- Â¬ dinsburg tras vocalists or tnttru To dispel this feel- Â¬ ness and lassitud montal anlnlsts Therela nothing Uko It for an evenings entertainment Dont Frighten Children ing take HEUB1XK it will impart vi Other BocalleU talking machines reproduca only rcconls of cut ondined subjects specially Never frighten your little ones into or and vitality Price 50 rla AFisher OANNTCLTON INT irciarcl in a laboratory but the Oraphophono obedience with fotlish threats Many a is not limited to such pcrfotmancce On tho Natural History Grnphophone you can easily make and Instantly timid shrinkirg and cowardly man has reproduce records of the voice or any sound the teacher asked What are pausei Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and to thank the experience of his nursery the first class in grammar iu charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions aro days for this defect in his constitution Tilings that grows on cats nnd dogs PRACTICAL SURVEYOR clear and brilliant are Biindlcst girl It is wicked and cruel to tell a child that answered the GrapliophORes said ler 10 p1 For information on sur- Â¬ if he is naughty the black man will take Manufactured tinder the patents of llell Talnter ASlRtt Kdlson nnd Macdonnld Our establishment li heiid veying write mo at iiiuirtpns of tho vvorM for Talking Machines aud him away or something equally terrify Â¬ XiUklnn Jlachluo Supplies Write for catalogue- Twll soon be spring tis safe to say ing as foolish nurses and careless moth Â¬ Although no buds unfold CLOVERPORT KY COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 ers have learned to their coat Small But el ways when springs under way One takes this fearful cold 4 wonder if the child whose susceptible 0 919 Pennsylvania Avenue mind lias been tainted with stories of the Washington D 0 WHEN DOES YOUR SUB- super natural grows up a helpless cowm Kind m m Always Bosgkt Bears the Paris Chicago New York K NlWfi IPTION TO Til ardly specimen of humanity unfit to St Louis Philadelphia light the battle of life Washington Baltimore Buffalo EXPIRE sir stomach SEND NO MONEY Sja jl Er in if Â¬ rtJS TmJluMl rib DUnuilIV Â¬ jjagj 1 o uHi Â¬ Â¬ J ILHunsche 1heOlHOP The TAILOR Friday of every month Co if6 j Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th jBaSasW Â¬ Â¬ with Casper May F A BE AVI N Â¬ OASTORIA VA4 4a44 srn Is a pliin way of stating what we trm MODERN MERCHANDISING and that is tho reason it has met with instant success has struck tho popular fancy Hundreds are at work reaping easy fruits of their labor and thousands aro yet to do so YOU should be ono of them VVVVVVVVVVVVV 1QOO FOR S100 IN A V Wo have secured the confidence 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well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick when m 3 l The Best Assortment of Penny Candies in the City A Full Stock of Wineofltot Is natures provision for the reguÂ¬ lation of the menstrual function It cures all femalo troubles It Is equally effectivo for the girl In her teens the young wlfa with do mestlo and maternal cares and the woman approaching tho period known as the Change of Life They all need It They aro all benefitted by It Fbr adrlc In cases requlrlnr speelal directions address rtvlnr symptoms Ladles Advisory Department1 the The Chsttsnoog Medietas Co CtutU Fresh Vegetables 250000 CALL AND SEE US aoogaTena The Eclipse Grocery Company G W BEARDS OLD STAND HARDINSBTJRGK KY ycHmvnrPTQTQj Kennedy Kergan 22 Fourth St Mm Tupelo MfM HTI M lister usrd from very Irrsculw and palntul msnstruiUon and doJtor could not relieve her Wine of Cirdui enUielr eursd htr and also helped mi THOS J COOPER wTm aM fcPrM asB aB fcPo opsidlyard The ship waa staggering through a MiffBggmTOrem aft yn ffiittflPT lII III im WW mfWt PPHP RHfliHHJJM- - JUJJM i mFiKEayt ywyy iwBijPHn r i i hi 11 mi WfW9V mummTjn kV of n immMfm Pal voir Finger osi Your Pulse 3ls You feel the blood rushlne alone But what kind of blood That ts the question Is It pure blood or impure blood If the blood Is impure then you are weak and languid your appetite Is poor and your digestion Is weak You can- Â¬ not sleep well and the morn Ing finds you unprepared for the work of the dav Your cheeks arc pale and your com You arc plexlon is sallow troubled with pimples boils i or some eruption of the skin wny not purity your blood i a handsome new teachers chair from the pupils in his room The nrfsenta- TWENTY YEARS AGO itionsptch was happily made by Roy Wimp and tho pupils enjryed the pro W3M44 44444 lessors complete surprise fully Pro- Â¬ If we could only call back time thats testor is as happy over It as is a boy 444444445 1 V Take it a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the difference It is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take Ayers Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also will do It Wrltotlipm tredynll thn particulars In jrour cure ou vll rtcehe a prompt TCilr without -- tVrrc to our Doctors AJUreaDK ot J C AYKR passed away how happy would some mortals b who are slowly drifting away Do you remember dear school mates when you ami I were small how we en Â¬ joyed the noon hour aud throw the old yarn ball But that time has fled dear school maltB Its past recall we know nit it Is HAeot to let our minds reflect back to twoutv years ago Those limes soom ancient now to us so quickly have they fled and mauy of our schoolmates aro numbered with the dead Tlie huge logs that formed the house have mouldered In tho sand and the bauds ol an architect have built another where the old one used to stand The rooms are supplied with maps aud charts in every school you go But wo had no such conveniences as this twenty year bko Our churches were built of rough ma terial In those good old times Wo had no instrumental music we had no hells to chime but we had sincere Christians to sing the vocal hymns and the good old gra hatred minister to help and cheriBh thtm But its dlflerent now dear membeis for our pride omils us to show how we appreciated n church twenn vara ago The monster pride that reigns on earth has crushed i ur churches down and will cause some Mailers to keep their path until the trumpet sound Then well be called iu one by one before the Judg Â¬ ment liar its then our hearts with grief will shrink and pride aioi e abhor ttut sad ml the bitter wail It is too late we kiio it is Then our minds will reflect b k to twenty years ago Oil how lieppy would some mothers be ciul I the call back time thats gone and bring hack with it their children that were once the life of home Yes she would m Mle them clopely and pray to God we kf ow to let the time remain with her of twenty years ago 0WS with his first whistle FALLSOF ROUGH Measles are the latest fad just now Willie Fentress has gone to Illinois Chicken pox is raging in Owensboro John Keith moved to II ardlnaburg last week Willis Green returned from Louis Â¬ ville Mlsa Mary Peyton is real ill with March April May Best Paines Celery Compound Spring Medicine in the World Spring finds everybody moro or Icsb run down Spring lassitude a not an empty phraso It is not a supersti- Â¬ tion or a worn out saying but a strictly scientific fact Prudent pcoplo all over tho country appreciate tho fact that in the spring the health is moro under every onos control than at any other time whether sick or well They nro taking advantage of the marvelous invigorating power of On every hand thoro are sarsaparillas Paines celery compound nervines and tonics but they do not touch the edge of tho real trouble nervous debility When such remedies have been tried and proved valueless Paines celery compound has surprised and delighted by its wonder ful lasting results Nature the kindest and gentlest of nurses is disposed during these spring days to put tho blood and nerves in n healthy condition and no remedy so ably seconds her effort as Paines celery compound This best of all spring remedies is making people well and insur- Â¬ ing others againstfuture break downs As Boon as spring sets in it is now the season everybody has appetite diH- more or less a feeling of languor there is diminish BRANDENBURG Services next Sunday at the Catholic church Charley Jolly of Irvington was up to attend the musicale Miss Eula Dowden is in the Millinery buslnebs at Uniontown Mrs Ed Yeakel and Mrs W D Howard are in Louisville for a visit Misses Minnie Bland aud Lena Nevltt relieved me entirely of the accompanie keeping on a farm In Kg Bend May joy be theirs It H Nevitt got back from Dallas He is delighted Texas last Sunday with the country climate aud the city which he Bays is a beautiful one No doubt we will loss him and his interest inir excellent family before many mouths roll round I for one dont like to contemplate such a loss Mistakes and Failures by Dr P W Foote in last issue of this paper is a No 1 object lessou to all farmers If all tillers of the soil would get down to what causes mistakes and failures sure enough they would soon be converted Dr Foote into success and prosperity is a ready writer as well as a most pro- Â¬ gressive citizen I was shocked to hear of Mrs Wade Dittos death 1 4niew she had been ill but hoped that one so y mug so bright would be so lovable and bo beloved spared the cruel dart Mrs Ditto was a Miss Hill of Vine Grove where her re- Â¬ mains were taken for interment To the young husband and little daughter do my sympathies especially go out We will all kuow the why some day when gathered Home Brave for you Mr Jolly on med- Â¬ Your head is dlers nnd meddliug level You can see without an X ray to aid you in diagnosing a case of med- Â¬ Only ignorant uncultured anti dling nineteenth century people piy interfere progreasive in- Â¬ and tattle dividuals aro too busy keeping up to the taps of onward march to high aims and noble standards Littlo Ada Drury Stith of Bewleyville had a nice little letter in Sundays Sho tells a funny cute idea Courier her little brother had of a dense fog Well Ada one old cow kicking dust of my little boys he is fourteen now aud in the Normal weuttothe window early one morning when a big frost was on He looked a long time and tho ground Oh papa what made mamma said pour buttermilk all over the yard 1 Up-to-da- ph irwiaim ypnw nii nmuuui puiininwTOTwnMiiimuia jiJjLggggjgSBBBHF lu Jl1 y mrales Mrr Johu Day Rock Vale is much Improved James Keith wife and baby returned home Friday Tom Butler of Shrove went to Louis Â¬ ville Monday Mrs Mercer has not entirely recovered her good health George Peyton is just recovering from an attack of liieaeles Miss Kate Butler has returned to Leitchfleld to school Uro Miller and Leslie Brack went to Vino Grove last week Miss Lacy Murphy of Siireve is very ill with pneumonia fever Lafe Btauchamp was the guest of Mies Mabel Chamhllss Sunday Mies Liilie Stone was a guest of the Misses Chambhss Tuesday Randolph Smith is out strain after a weeks illness with measlec Tom Butler shipped ten hhds of to- Â¬ bacco to LoulBvilla last week Tom Butler of Shrevs has a nice new stock of Spring goods just opened Mre John Hughes went to Loulsvlllo Monday to visit her daughter Mrs Kd Slierridan Miss D Milhr has a houso full of young lady guests but I failed to catch their names Quite a nice little crowd was out at church Suuday all who were not afraid of the measles Little Miss Willie Chambliss was a guest of little Miss Flossie Eikridga Sat Â¬ urday eveniug Sunday school is progressing nicely and hag kept up real well all through this lung aud severe winter Mitsea M ibel Chambliss and Cora Winuate were bupsIb of Mr and Mrs Elias Walker Saturday over night M W Stone and drugliter Miss Mamie went to Siireve Ohio county to visit relatives Saturday and Sunday Springs progress seems rather slow old Winter has such a tight grip on us that it is a uevere task to melt him lose Mr and Mrs Steven Phillips and daughter Miss Bertha of Shrove were guests ot Mr and Mrs Taylor Murphy Sunday John C Rogers Owensboro has erect ed several more utce residence to rent ou some of the manv vacant lots which lie owns in that city Miss Vanna Overtou Rock Vale came home from Hardinsburg last week sick with measles and scattered them over the Btation in nearly every home Rumors of another weddiDg are in the air The groom is located but the will be bride is yet Incognita the cause of this is he lias so many strings to his bow it is not known which lie will keep eo says the gossips tutbed sleep Icbs buoyancy of spirit nnd less disposition tn exercise some pcoplo aro so indisposed that they have t keep in the houso nnd numbers take to their bods Tho irritability of temper tho peevishness drowsiness and un Â¬ easiness that comes in spring shows that tho nerves and brain aro the chief sufferers Nervousness that so often appears at this season inserts tho thin edge of tho wedge that opens the way for a long list of maladies If you are overworked haggard from sleepless nights nervous and un- Â¬ happy do not give way to dread and depression bofore you have tried Paines celery compound It is the one fair test of this wonderful remedy to try it Now spring h s come the tired feelings and out of sorts condi Â¬ tion are to warn one that tho blood is impure and the nerves run- Â¬ down Paines celery compound assists nature at this critical time supplies a scientific nerve food Taken now it will enable the It body to throw off headaches rheumatism and ailments akin to ncrv outmess It will sweep out every impurity from the blood and will nourish tho nerves and brain It is tho most effective accurate spring remedy ever formulated ucll Mal DUKES Winter still intruding upon Spring Stark - had a ham raising Tues day Miiw Liilie Lake is on the sick list thiB week Rev JjIiii liy returned from Owens boro Tliurnlay There ban leu very littlo done yet in JQI1 H A Well Nile Â¬ BKECKENRIDGt to D A NEWS Dressed Man largely Depends upon his foot wear for his good ap- Â¬ pearance as well as his comfort If you wear V 0 Bablage Editors and Froprlttrt V DNliSDAY AlUll ft 18M1 TEN A Kuoi her parents The f w w rm daB have given the Bonn w tieat mi cue u raging look parted Mis Joflit lirown of near Lyonia ig Good advertising nil the year ihiliig re la ves at this place N mI never rivh vou caus- to fear The Sprii g school has been postponed on account ol illness of the teacher Havk you noticed how thoe Footi s lhe lover of eggs surely welcomed are standing up for ol Mreckniiriilge Kister f ti c egg basket was well tilled The hiu iuiII lias been doing a good Thkih is u suspicion that thu Goth husiiiciS is week Also had a big boom whh froz u in its own ice factory grinding i lurday Grant inkhr the blind musician P Watt Haiidin is another man who gave a iiituical entertainment Thursday will bo loved for the enemies lie has night ui she school house made Mrs ima Ciseel after a pleasant visit of a weeks duration with relatives re- Â¬ The Nkws this week is the best paper turn d Friday to her home in Boone in the state both in qunlity aud quttnti ville lad ty Th j freezes of last week we fear have PtopiK who are in the habit of waiting lillid in lull of the ouug clover and rally get pt rhaps some of the tobacco plants have for something to turn up t en killed also turned down Rev W B Snead filled his appoint Â¬ Tiikhe in one great diilereiife between ment tiie fourth Sunday The congre- Â¬ a man aud a gun You can always el gations were large aud his sermons were tilled with spiritual entliUbiabin when thu man ia loaded A Bite has been selected fur the erec The n udthrift who makes ducks and tion of tlie new M E church aud some draken of his fortune usually tumi ds in of the lumber lias been sawed It will be pushed to completion as fast as possi Â¬ makinu a goose of hiiu-i-ble JUST A FKW WOIWS Suuday school was organized Sunday The Nkwh belUvm that Us liigheat at tlie 0 P church Eveiybody Bhould itemember your duty to mission istonibsene thn In tt interests be interested Help to traiu the little Hancock your children Meade hi of Ureekeniiilge countieF With tlna end in view it will lambs iu tlie way that God would have week by week publish tueh items of them go news and information as will spnkof You Hm Ivws BouM e Thu News Bean tho and enhauw their iropess is anxious to Hen the mott modern of fanning obtain in this section and to help accomplish this end it will print IRVIINGTOIN all that come in it e way that will be of educational tane to ita farmer readers Please somebody give us a few lines We ca I v ur uttention thiB week to the on The Beautiful JSuow Huilding Up The Soil article ntitled Louis Jolly was quite ill Saturday aud from the pen of G V Foote of Irving ton K ih a moHt valuable contribution Sunday hut is some better now and will do much to promote progreba Prof Crabhe wi lead the Methodist aud dih iipntu poverty in this section prayer meeting Wednesday eve 710 oclock CUSTER Dont forget prayer meeting at tlie two churches Wedneslay andThureday returned to eve 730 ollock Come Mist Permelia A met Italian Friday Mr Maialinltri new cottage is about Prol Joe Trent of Louisville Waited completed It will be occupied by Prof friends here Saturday and Sunday aud Mis Crabhe iu tlie near future Reymoml Meador who is taking a Mrs Coleman is home again We are a eourm in Ilirdinsburg school was here glad to kuow oi Mrs Cains convales Saturday and Sunday cence aud hope she will soon be entirely Last Sunday being Knster a number of well Miss Nell Goodman a winsome little young people ol Custer spent the day at the eleaut home of W II Huberts body from llardlusburg is spending a Mr Roberta Is one of Kentuckys hos Â¬ few das in our uiidot making mauy pitable citizens and having mauy of thu friends good thlngi of this life around him de Â¬ Misses Partridge McGnhee L 11 Mc lights to entertain his many friends Glothlan and Kva Ilerudon spent EasMisses Clara Ilorrlugton Minnie 0 iver ter Suuday at the hospitable home of Lou May Lora Herrington and Cora Mrs Levi lyer Oliver were the ladleH Messrs Jesse TIih Ladles Aid Society will meet Trent Will Herriugton Jamea Mitohatu McGlothlan on Friday de- Â¬ with Mrs T N All report a moat and Prof Fowler afternoon before the second Suuday lightful time All are cordially Invited The members of the Bay View met Delights the Ladles with Mm Wimp Saturdayp m Mrp The center of Interest for tho Indies at present ia the mllinery parlors of Miss Wimps horpitallly is too well known The metnbera of the to say they had a delightful afternoon Judith Miller The ladits of the Missionary Society air sex go there to feast their jvs on and most beautiful creations aro requested to meet with Mrs A U the latest The moat exquisite Coleman next Saturday afternoon at 1 of milliners art yran0 oclock sharp and rtgardlens of the novelties this year re tlie It it important that each The shades are beautiful iu the weather effects rrU Cintilaa ami Pitfnnltt member be present mov extreme iuo I Prof Crabbe was the bappy recipient reds appeal to the artistic sense of all aud his 11 PA lr liS the way of i uniiig iaw mentc Mr and Mrr Mrs Sara Saturday wit cf Futefaville spent SELZ SHOES intuit are 1 1 jni 1 OASTOHIA 1 Â¬ Hardesty Willio Bland and Frank Swan went to St Martins last Sunday Mises Lsna Nevitt and Ten Hamilton made a tremendous bit with their recitations A card of thanks to the Normal stu- Â¬ dents for moving the piano They shall have a party soon Thomas Ditto and Mr Cornwall of Louisville were guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Ditto last week Frank Webh made us a daisy siage and was on hand to lend a helping hand to the girls in decorating My next door neighbors Mr and Mrs Jesse Board will accept sincere thanks for favors at the musical The musical circle in Brundenburg have all expressed themselves as delight- Â¬ ed with my musc recital Mrs Blanche Fountain and Miss Hal lie DowJy are in Louisville to take items in dress making See them Hereafter services will be held on sec- Â¬ ond and fourth Sundays at the M E church and on first and second Sundays The Cheery Wag of a Dogs Tall at the Baptist church A story is told of a California miner a Brother LitcuUeld preached a tine ser- Â¬ German wno had picked up a yrllow mon lrom the text He is not here Ho cur somewhere It was one ol those is risen The choir rendered special homely and apparently dogs that seem to come from nowhere numbers Miss Lena Drurvs voice was and must take a certaiu amount of kick- distinctly heara Miss Mabel Hardin is not taking mu- Â¬ ing about uutil they can Hud people who sic l ssons at present but she has always are willing to become their masters The mining camp was a lonely place been my pupil and therefore was with There were no women no children in it the class tn the recital aud rendered and Hans was not a prime favorite with valuable assistance the rough men who composed its popuMlsa Bettie Clarkson was in Louisville lation lost week Bettie has charge of the One day somebody came along and pretty uew telephone exchange and we asked the German if lie would sell his are glad to number her as one of us dog Yes I sell him was tlie reply Shes interesting and winsome dot is I sell der dog but not for all der Mr Allen Stith who has aunounced gelt in des minten vill I sell der vag of himself as a candidate for L gielature der dt ga tail ven I come home at nlht was here last week making early his hay The wag of tho dogs tail will preserve while the political sun was beaming him to man forever Mr Stith stands ou the Chicago plat- Â¬ form COUNCIL MGETING Mrs Cressap sister of Mrs James Blaud ia quite ill at New Bedford Ind Routine Business Was Transacted By Mrs Cressip and her Interesting chil- Â¬ flembers dren visiied here last winter aud we will all f iel anxious to hear she is out Councl met in regular session Mon- - of danger day night with a full attendance There are only about two girls in this Monthly bills were allowed and regu- - community who agree with me on the lar business transacted heart to heart subject Miss Lillian Rhodes one ol the sweetest and always Bunch of Cattle Sold well dressed girls here is enthusiastic- Â¬ W It Moorman Glendtano last weak ally with me contract d CO head of cattle at 4 cts Misses Mary Lewis and Maydee Pusey September delivery to Jess Clarkson had lovely Easter offerings expressed of Dig Springs them American Beauties carnations and Mareschal Neils Id like to know well never mind but I have ideals for those handsome girls g Â¬ Â¬ you will always be In style and al- Â¬ ways be comfort- Â¬ able The creations Jl and the of Selz 5 factories are always jnlversal verdict Is that In Quality Style and Finish they are the finest shoes for the money which the markets of the world can show te The prices are right the goods are right What more do you want While on tho subject of a man we want to mention that we are now the agent for the celebrated well-dresse- d VITALS BRAND of Mens Clothingand if you want some- Â¬ thing that is good serviceable very shapely and nobbycomo here icerYtiQrttD AOMIlUk CCO DCWCY I To Curn Cointlpatlon Forever Talio dxcurets Cunlv Cathartic 10c orCSo THE FAIR Cloverport s leading One Price House 5 nC C mil to cure drucgibts refund money PATESVILLE Long live the News Miss Cleo Lawless is on the Bick list Fred Mantarue was here Wednesday Wil Blaine went to Cloverport Suu- Â¬ day Dr Hale of Lyonia was here Satur Â¬ day Cornelius Sapp is very ill with la Rrippe John Travers ia very sick with heart mmmmmmmwmmmmmmmi5 pOSTONIAN SHOES trouble Miss Rona Puiliam attended Sunday school here Suuday Mrs Lzzie Clark is visiting friends and relatives here this week Mr and Mrs Jamea N x spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lafe Jarboo Capt J A Chrk who has been sick for soveral weeks is no better Mrs Frank Bradshaw who has been ill fcr past weeks is improving Will Lynch of Wildre Ky is the guest of Ilia parents Mr and Mrs Tom Lynch this week Messers Fred Mantague and Orville Payton called on Misses Agnei Gordon and Ada Frymite Wednesday eve Both Sunday schools In this plico are progressing nicely There is larga atten Â¬ dance and a great deal of Int erest mani- Â¬ fested in both echools 0 ville Payton was In town a few days this week Wo understand that he aid Fred Montague of Owenaboro will pit a tore in this place in the near future We need a g iod store and wish them tuccesa Extra Quality RRIGE Smith 2 ONE PRICE ONE QUALITY ALL STYLES 3 SO 2 3 zs 3 2 ZZ 2 S boston mass g St St Stoughton Corporation MTgs Â¬ Womans Severest Trial thote expectant Until recent yean womans stverot trial has been tb bringing of children into the world Today nearly all the sickness pain discomfort and dread are avoided by The Acrostic composed for me by my eld friend Mrs Junius McGehee which appeared last week In Nkws was most Mrs McGehee is highly appreciated an educated talented lady and I have often wished she would write for tho benefit of her friends Mr A 0 Burton will Iocture next Friday at Bro Phillip Jenkine church In Louisville before tiro Young Peoples Sjciety Mr Burton la very popular as Â¬ We have other shoes from 150 and upwards Also agent for Buells Shoes mothers who use wonder Mothers Prlcnd that the greatÂ¬ ful liniment made famous by good it lias done It it used externally That Is the only sensible and safe way to relieve morning sickness headache tightness swollen hard or ruing breast The bearing of children need no longer be dreaded Mothers Friend has been called a Godsend by mothers all over this land Sold at drug stores for 1 a bottle and by Tie BrsdfleU Rernlator Co Atlanta 0 rutj li Dura WrlU of our fiM i HESTON WILLIS CO CLOVERPORT KY Wmtuuj Uok tulilUJ Bfc a lecturer Hes sympathetic kind hearted and humorous which soon Im bues the audion e Seventy Babies n Minute Mlas Uesa Allen and Mr Holloway of ItlscoaupuUd that 80 000000 babies Big Bend were quietly married at Mn Mr are born into the world every yar Blanche Fountains last Tuesday Miss Bess Lewis which is at the rate ol 70 per minute or Gens Fontaine and were the attsndanta They are house a little more than one per second Sond 260 to tho SS frr5eAraisrf3 BnKCKENniDOE M l News and got a 500 Bible and tho News free of charge for one year 1i9frM434-WHar-al- CJ J inywy FFIPNITIIOT KB SPECIALS A - Should interest shoppers this week We have a magnificent- line of Dressers Washstands Chairs Sofas and Bedsteads to select from W G i Mporman ho jRunn a grocorie Also lins hard ware scissors and knives And things you need every day of A fresh A grand assortment ranging vour lives candidly wants to sell them best designs And ho in price from to thco MRON BEDS MATTINGS attractive from lino 250 to I 10 WC Moorman ho Is just as fair as fair can be And holl sell you pots and kettles and pnns Shovels and nails lamps and cans So cheap that his friends youll al Â¬ ways bo I2c to 15c Vn notion In tlin ml becomes our own vertlslng columns of tho Ekkckkniudok Nkwb that all of tho loading business men of the county aro advertising and pushing their business Where are tho agriculturists of the county they aro conBplclous by their absonce Let us raise our flag and march boldly to the front and demonstrate to the world that our occupation is anything che to day but a belated Industry Let us demon Â¬ strate to the world that tho course that gives us bread is as it were a flair around which will gather all tho good will and all the energies which strive for the good of agriculture and it will sustain-in this manner around the rural population that spirit of self help that moral energywhtcb insures that a man conscious of his duty to himself and to future generations shall never abandon the struggle shall feel his manhood and courage increasing with difficulties and shall uuderstand the necessity of joining his efforts to thoso of his brother farmers in order to emerge a victor from the Again we entreat you to let us strif stand side by side and march boldly to the front and occupy tho place we de eovo among that galaxy or stars tfcular The register will bo mado in job office of the Nkws Mr Marvin Beard and Miss Annie Do Jernott will be united in marriage this ovonlng at the Baptist church at 8 oclock Theso two young people are quite popular in this city and their marÂ¬ riage which was made public some time ago has created more or less interest among their numerous friends Tho church will doubtless be inadequate to accommodate tho crowd that will gather at the appointed hour to witness the marriage rites performed Mr Beard is the youngest son cf Hon B F Beard the leading merchant of this placo aud quite a capable and business young man Miss DeJernetto is unusually bright and quite popular Money Make tie 5 Mare fio And it also furnishes the motive power for business We wjarit money and to get we offer you prices on goods thajwill purchases surely save you from to 50 per cent on all I was reading an advertisement of Ohitmberlains CLolic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter prise recently which leads me to write Â¬ Â¬ CASH Is the power that makes good bargains Designs are Artistic GROCERIES This department is full of His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful leath In tolling of It ho says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into PneumoMy lungs became hardened I nia waa so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helned mo I expected to Boon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief I continue to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This mar- Â¬ vellous medicine is tho surest and quick- Â¬ est cure in the world for all throat and lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and 1 00 Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes Drug Store every bottle guaranteed this I can truthfully say I never used any remedy equal to it for colic and diar- Â¬ rhoea I have never bad to use moro than one or two doses to cure tho worst case with myself or children WA Smoun Popomoke City Md For Bale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport BUSINESS Gets a hustle where cash comes in Since we adopted the cash WC Moorman ho BALLTOWN The weathor Btilt continues inclement George Gray Harned is here with friends Archie Taul Tarfork spent Sunday at LACE GURTAINS Wants butter and eggs and will guar- Â¬ good things to eat Special antee To pay as big prices and givo as good prices this week weight Polks Corn two canB As anybody anywhere in the State And if you dont believe it go and see 15o- Rice per pound t A fine variety to select from WC ho Would like to have your companee So go right in and givo him a chat And holl try to show you where you Moorman Pates F Brickey and family spent Sun day at James Keemans Tarfork Misses Mittle Pate and Judith Brickey Beechfork visited relatives here last OB system we have found it to be the thing the people of Irvington wanted It has saved them hundreds of dollars and when they want the best values for their money or eggs or produce they go to B Â¬ 50c PER PAIR Bo- 4 are at On prices tree that beat the whole coun- - Bars of Soap for 5c Bles HARDINSBURG Master Ernest Haswell has the mea The Fiscal court is in session this week Cash paid for country produce Ben Â¬ jamin Andrew Last Saturday was a busy day among tin merchants Good butter commands 20 per pound in tills place now Sam Board came up last Sunday and spent the day with his friends here Sell your eggs to Benjamin Anderson Hardinsburg for the highest cash price The cool weathor makos a continious drain on the pocket books and coal houses Mr and Mrs William Downs were passengers on the train last Tuesday for Louisville Miss Ellen Stitb who has been down about three months with typhoid fever is ah- - to be out again The Ladies Missionary society will meet next Friday with Mrs Kate Beard promptly at 2 oclock Marcus Kincheloe is one of the most popular postmasters Hardinsburg peo- Â¬ ple have enjoyed for some time Judge Fleming was here last Friday and made a hot free silver speech at the Court house Ho is a candidate for At- Â¬ torney General We understand that Rev H C Hook who has been the pastor of the Antioch church for several years preached his last sermon there last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Robert Weatherford Harned came in lost Sunday to attend the Quarterly meeting services They were the guests of Mr and Mrs Judge Board Mr and Mrs R S Skillman have closed their boarding house in Louisville and returned to this place Mr Skillman thinks he will travel for a Louisville firm Miss Annie Gardner gave a social to her young friends last Friday night There were quite a number present and a splendid time was had Miss Annie is quiet popular here New goods just received at the Eclipse Grocery company are fresh breakfast bacon sugar cured bams apple butter canned raspberries canned asparagus grated pine Apple Ac Terms cash All goods fresh Give us a call It Is generally admitted that Mr Wni ren May has the finest soprano voice in town amongit the male fraternity He sang for the congregation at the M E church South last Sunday night for the first time and there were many compli Â¬ Â¬ COMFORT Can be had in one of our Fine Willpw Rockers AND EASE Wehave an elegant variety ranging in prices from A 200 to u00 beauty for 2 W C MOORMAN GLENDEANE s KENTUCKY If animals and plantc live by and drink moisture and air how do they change these qualities into animal forms or plants cause food Building Up TKe Soil I Y GW FOOTE InVINQTON My occupalioti is farming I believe farming is the best business in the world and the object of this letter is to invest It with the dignity it deserves MyBubjectisbuiliing up the soil the soil raust be fed Human beings and animals must be fed We are all sus Â¬ tained by the food we eat and drink and the air we breathe Plant life is fed and sustained by what is digested for it from the solid substances the moisture in the soil and the air they breathe through their leaves which are the lungs of Emtoii Brkckenbidok Nkws I have just read with interest and profit to my self an article in the Bkeckbnridok News on Mistakes and Failures by Dr P W Foote This is aBtep in the right direction and as ttie Doctor has put the hall in motion the lovers of agriculture should keep it rolling Â¬ Â¬ plants Until farmers learn tojfeed the soil phnts and animals they are working Most of the mistakes and backwards failures in the farm work today come from trying to get at the truth by reason ing backwatd and inward from results and effects to causes Farmers must re verse that Humus is what almost everv farm and Â¬ field in Breckenrldiro county needs to day Humus combines in itself a remedy f ir all the ill t the soil is heir to Humus is dt fined as a black or brown refuse of animal or vegetabli matter It is of a great deal more importance than it is supposed to be and the veiy day we farmers bi g n to realiz i its importance and how easily ami cheaply we cao fill our coils with it we will bgt i to fill our pockets with gold The earth ia the lirat iu importance in plant growth it Ih the womb of the world for seed and 1 tut genus Out of it they were born into forma accord ug to their genu Next to the soil in importance comes humus becausdit is the basis for the development of he forces that utllizi sunshine heatair moisture nitrogen potash iu fact al the elements that enter into plapts As the brain it the seat of human intelligence bo is humus the seat of plant intelligence It is he force that sends the ri laity that makes root stem branch leaf or fruit to Its al- Â¬ lotted place Humus js the rcarbqntferoua property of vegetable or soimal refuse It corres pond tp the coal or woo I of fire which in itcojf 14 coueumed very olowly but It is tho basis fori the oxldisttion or of the destruction of the refuse Jt la the con- Â¬ centrated beat of stored up sunshine in activity It is the storage buttery of the soil jho slow Are kept up iu its burn irg makes a suitable tedfperature that acta aa culture or hotbed lot the germe of organic life some of which are always in aollanot abaofute y barren aRi which are in IJ eolla jo proportion to tho humus itcoiiUhiiB Humus U that to Which IJies fqrmcia attach tllsmeelves aud cling fc l for then o Ubae concentrate a hive for them to work They are life mites having digestive functions and a capacity to breathe air How burn carbon and fix nitrogen they do this we may tell you in a future letter if you can induqe us to come out of our flhtll But witli the burning up of the carboniferous matter in the soil the development of countless million of these invisible forms of life organisms that convert the carbon and the oxygen into heat it will be oacy to see bow a soil rich iu vegetable or animal manure A soil that is full is always a warm soil of humus is warm and always rich It is because asoil is full of life forms which invisibe tnough they be the myriads of them in a square foot of soil raise the temperature maay degrees where they are plentiful and but little where they are scarce I say soil diflcient in humus does not have the ability to develop three forms of life Such a soil is cold chmmy I call it a dead soli I have five or six acres of this kind of soil and flbal I have occasion to speak of it u little later There is thousands of acres of this soil in Breckenridge county today and I am sure that some of your readers know it better than I can desciibe it These same farmers know that upon this cold clammy lifeless soil toad hair wire grass and sour sorrel I used to call it sheep sorrel and it may be the correct name for it yet grows profusely We also know that where these plants grow is a sour soil a soil impregnated with all kinds of poisonous acids and that they develop conditions in the soil like unto themsolves Now listen and I will tell you how I am going to restore the 6 or 0 acres of this kind of soil referred to above I am going to fill it with liumiis It is sur Â¬ prising that this country Is not in a worse condition today than it is Father son and grandson have continued tptake the same crops corn aud wheat off of the same field or years without return- Â¬ ing any fertilizing elements to the soil A farm is a mans bank and if you keep drawing ou its funds and not adding thereto the first thing you know your funds will bs exnauated and t will be like oselng your salvation and you will be seen inopelug around with a long lip and look oa your face But to return to our suUj ct again we toll you we would fill this soil with humus How By plmting cow peas which will feed it and fertil z t it for the roots of this leguminous forage plant will penetrate deep down into the bowels of the1 earth and at the same time its vines and leaves will be gather Ins nitrogen from the air and dew and while the roots are pumplcg It up from below the vines will be gathering it from above and conducting into the soil throotfU the roots And ia this way we will kill out the toad hair1 aadwllrf grass arid our sorrf 1 fttjr the soil dusply And and vou will air Jt pd you will find that the clovers come It wouldtseem Of themselves wltboiila wsiKltfuui To know how will be worth millions to us farmers who feed animals and will add millions of bushels of grain and tonB of hay to the farmers sale crops Wo assert without the least fear whatever of successful contradiction that a large proportion of the feed produced in Brecken- Â¬ ridge county today is wasted an abso- Â¬ Our present methods are lute loss shockingly wastoful I can name men today who do not pretend to fatten thejr bogs until they reach twelve months old If these same farmers could only see the small part of a grain of corn they get the benefit of in feeding hogs after they get their growth their eyes would stand wide open in sur Â¬ prise We hope to be able to show them We insist that what the progressive farmer wonts to know ia to get maxi- Â¬ mum results at a minimum of expense The agricultural press and the institutes are doing a great deal to help us Well Bays one why is it that Dr Foote puts bo much store on the protein part of a feeding ration Simply be cause protein ia one of the most import Â¬ ant elements in feeding stuffa for when it is absent in the food or present in in Â¬ sufficient quantities there can he neither growth nor complete repair of worn out tissue Every ounce of bone all the lean meat muBcle hair hide hoofs horns lungs feathers wool the casein and albumen in milk are formed and made up of the protein in feeding stuffs I will assert that it is Just as important in balancing a rationjand as indispensa Â¬ ble n feeding stuffs as the frame work is in the erection of a house I will go a little farther than that it would be just as much folly for a farmer to attempt to develop a pig on a food entirely desti- Â¬ tute of protein as it would be for a carpenter to attempt to build a house with a million kegs ol ttalh plenty ofmortar but no lumber I hoard a man say a few days ago that just such talk as this was all theory and that it could not be put jnto practice What mau of us can put anything into practice without he first has the theory In his bead We must first make our figures and then work to them The great trouble with the firming world today is that wo aro not studylns our business I asked a farmor a few days ajo what papers ho read Noth ing but the Courier Journal was his re-Â¬ ply Well the Courler Jpurnal is a great paper hut is it educating that farmer in his line of business One farmer reads a political paper while another reads an agricultural paper I he first is under the tutorship of Watereon and Blackburn the other Is upder Professor Henry and Professor Hlckor Well the former is trying Id make a Watersoa or Blackburn but I em inclined to think t WPdd ba to his Interest to follow Henry or Ileqker Brpther farmer f you are In ppseuiou of any knowledge that you think would Jjs of nny benefit Jo e rest of yqur class telUsabpntlt HQod JiMglvpcyrou talent and you wrap it In a napkin and hldeit In a flld you know full well the vuouDuiuniiuu xum ir uuw war 01 hfltplBtfus for by giving tt to othsrs it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ week Misses Ida Frank and Ora Brickey spent Sunday with Mioses Frona and Ellin Pate C B Pate one of our bustling mer- Â¬ chants can boast of taking in 521 dozen eggs in ten days A Literary Society has been organized at the Hardin school house They meet every Friday night Misses Esther Frank Cora and Emma Mattingly were guests Sunday of Misses Bertha aud Katie Wethingtou Farmers are getting discouraged with the continued bad weather Scarcely anything has yet been done here Here are Prices that you will find in the J M Mullen administrator of the stock of General Merchandise James S Beavin estate is straighting up the affairs and surveying off the laud Surveyor Beavin of Cloverport is doing she surveying Three more homes have been gladden Â¬ ed in this community in the past two weeks viz W J Taul girl Ben Woods girl J B Jackson boy All will re Â¬ Calicoes hest hrands 4 cents por yard main with their parents till futher Good Domestic Cotton 3j4 cnts per yard notice Ginghams from 5 cents to 10 cents Thoso that Lave previously felt in- Â¬ Granulated Sugar 18 pound for 8100 terested in the Mattingly items will Green Coffee 10 pounds for 3100 please not feel disappointed if they can Itoastt d Coffee 10 cents per package find items headed Balltown for they Shoes from 50 cents to 300 are both the same place It will be re Mens Clothing Good Suits ranging from 8300 to 81000 membered that this was once a place of Boys Suits from flOO to 350 great nristocracy and was mostly owned Hats and Caps complete stock from 25 cents to 300 by Mattingly and Ball Therelore they A full line of Queenaware Hardware Tinware Saddlery and Har- Â¬ both felt worthy of the town bearing name bo iu order to Batisfy both ness Stoves Umhrellas ParaBols Etc their A full stock of Dress Good and Notions at very low prices parties it deriyed two names but remem Â¬ All sorts of Canned Goods in short a general stock of everything ber its all the same in Dutch W E BROWNS The Baegain Center IRVINGTON KENTUCKY SHORT TALK THATS TO THE POINT at A J GROSS GUSTON KY usually kept in a country store Volcanic Eruptions Sold strictly for cash or country produce for which will pay high Â¬ Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life est market pricq I am in charge of the business and will give it close attention of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever and treat everybody aliko Sores Ulcers Boils Corns Felons Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guar- Â¬ anteed 6old by Short k Haynes Drug Â¬ gists WALKER BOARD Manager ASHCRAFT Miss Mary Mills is the guest of be aunt Mrs B F Bewley this week Henry Cowley filled his regular np pointment in Brandenburg Saturday and WANTED 200000 POUNDS OF GOOD Sunaay Mr and Mrs James Hendrick were ments for hm John Hoben who has been connected with the firm of Tieff Hoben for several years has gono out of the busi ness He will go on the road in the grocery business for the American GroÂ¬ Â¬ cery company Mr Hobinisa valuable man in business wherevor you find iiim and will no doubt succeed as a traveling salesman The Legislative race Is shaping itself to become an interesting question in this county at an early day This is par ticularly true as among the democrats Mr Haswell the present republican In cumbent already stands for re election Bud at every opportunity la getting out and mlxipff up with his constituents MhuLena McGary of Kirk was in Loulsyille last week purchasing a stock of spring milliqery She will open out there again this season and would be glad to have tho patronage of her old frjends Her bqsnesa there last year Was very successful and shq hopes to continue It bV making the prices lower and giving the ladies good bargains in millinery Call and see her James 11 arris proprietor of the Har Â¬ dinsburg bote fs having a new register made for his house on which will ho found the cards of all the principal bush peaa men of this phce and a number in Oloverpbrt Mr Harris Is determined to make big hotel ftrst class la every par Â¬ the guests of W II Ashcraft and family Sunday eve Postmistress at Ashcraft is a great position of late What do you suppose is the reason Davis Young wife and daughter and Mrs Robert Hendrick went to Milan Saturday to visit relatives Miss Lulu Lewis after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs J M Herndon re Â¬ turned to her home in Brandenburg Mrs Funk Houeor of Charleston Ind was called to her mothers bedfide Mrs Current She is not expected to live Joe Ashcraft will close bis school up lu the bottom Wednesday This makes 20 months he has taught there and is well liked We will be glad when he can be with us all the time KY Miss Clara Ashcraft spent the day with Misses Maggie aud Nannie Cowley March 28th It being the Misses Cowleys M HARDIN 18th birthday They had a splendid F R WILDER 0 28 Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky dinner and an onjoyable day The carpet rag social at Mrs J M Herndons was enjoyed by a number from this neighborhood Friday night All enjoy dd the name of bean bags and -Mra Herndon knows refreshments how to entertalu people when at her Every Wednesday and Thursdny after tho IN IRlINHTRN lovely home 111 IIIVII1UIUI1 Eourth Monday In Ench Month Prof Allen Stlth our popular candi Difficult work Kicli as Bridges and CrownB a anecialty date for representative was in the com Latest appliances used Good work cuarantooa munity last week Mr Stlth has a num ber of friends iu this part of the country who wish him success In the race and CREAM are confident that we could not find a more suitable man than he so let me liny iMaimvuV say to each voter to go to the polls and 20 Years Has Led all Worm Rams their vote for W A Stlth for our cast MOXj M AZiIj Z33L1TJOb ar3MpHt representative Pryor Tobacco Between Now and the First of May BRING IN YOUR SAMPLES J B RAGE CLOVERPORT J Jr HARDIN IDIElsrTISrr s WHITES WILDER Â¬ WormsFtr For sale by A VERMIFUGE i Frpured JAMES F BALLARD Ky t CASTOR1 A IM lht For Infants and Children KM Yiu Have Always Pf A y R Fisher Cloverport -- i RM B Bears the 8ifCnatW IK STt-t-vimfff 0 9tffitm Send 250 to tho Brkokenridqk News and get a 1500 Bible rt and tho Nkwb free of chargo for one year Xi4Sat33 3CS3rW n iiUu u mm i 5 i i tfit SSWa lt wmiw iuwohwiwihm imif pppiHwiiwpupmiu J ftwwwyi Mooting at Hardlnaburg last Saturday gress Tbe sarmon Sunday was un and Sunday uaualy interesting and good with nn The obi lion sho of tho and counte attractive audience nance still refuses to bo consoled No Thoi Clsyjomb of Irvlngton vicinity gtrdeningyot and MIbs Kate Tripled were married Conditions have plainly verified to us Wednesday evening March 20th ol tho that we wero very much behind on both home of the brldos father Mi Thos J I do not know the particulars winter weather and rain Trl 1 t Miss Elizabeth Hall is expecting her but Im sine it was a happy a flair cousin Miss Edna Harrington of Mill Mr and Mrs Tom Snyder are visiting draugh to visit her soon relatives near our town and Irvlngton Mrs- Jesse Herndon and Miss Lulu Tom Is a Ucwlt vllle boy who Iifb lived Lewis were pleasant visitors at Mir T in ljusvlllo for several years He and his wIIh contemplated moving to San B Hendersons last Thursday Mrs Amon Kincholoo and children Francisco in the near future We give of Hardinsburg visited her parents T them our best wishes Golden Ron B Henderson and wife several days re Â¬ cently ty Cents for Ill euro males vrcak Ouaranteuil tolucto Mhs Ada B Hendoroon after one mou Hiroiir bluoU Durehabit 11 Alt tlruwlsts Wc months attendance at Prof Crabboe EKRON school speaks of it in highly compli- Â¬ mentary terms G N Neafus Is teaching the spring We should like to see Puards snakes ants ticks or almost any of the many school here peels of summer that would indicate to Rev L P Drake preached a very us that winter was gone interesting sermon Sunday Mrs Jesse Herndon entertained list Miss Esse Bruner of Guston spent Friday night in honor of her sister Miss Sunday at home with her mother Lulu Lewis one of Brandenburgs most Irving Richardson of GnruVd is yleit charming young ladies who was her irtg Mr BUnt Sbacklett nud family guest Mr and Mrs L R Drake spent Mon Â¬ The oldest Inhabitant should he day with her sister Mis A T Cox held and have ice clchs poked down his Dr W I Shacklett of Grahampton collar until he admits that this is the spent Sunday at his fathers D R worst winter he ver saw We are like Sbacklett ly to have a continuation of winter until Mr and Mrs L P Drake of Ireland he is submissive McLean county are visiting tbe lalters father and mother this week Have You Had the Grip Mrs T J James left Sunday night for If you have you probably need a re Watren Ark to j dn her husband who liable medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop tbe has been there for several days Ekron has three good stores how and racking cough incidental to this diseas if some good drugg st would come here A It Fisher Cloyerport and E A and put up a good stock of drugs he Witt Hardinsburg certainly could do well Â¬ Â¬ Light Running spent ho winter going to school Flla if a good scholar Miss tyotir own selection lo every sub- scriber Onljr 50 cent a A FREE PATTERN PLANO Binders Mowers Headers Hay Rakes Jwlhiitn - 4-rr- jSwRFMnSSR OLD SAWS RESET Not all gold gl tters Its short lane that has no turn Its 1 good wind that blows nobody 111 A b rd in the hand should be caged at once Faint heart never won a jack not from 1 jtu I g MS CALLS iiix MAGAZINE vraT a binder Therell many nnd the tip A I r IS A LADIES MA0AZINE latest fsnCV tfi IS 0 slip twlxt the race at last a hollow rolling stone find Stylish Reliable Simple 5 date Economical and Absolutely Up-to--- 5 a - A eon beautiful colored pistes fflthlnnfti ilramAbinff economies t ork household hints fiction tic scribe to day or send c lor latest uuiy agents waniea Sub copy 5 aena lor icrmi rerfect Flttlnif that tits it A penny saved is usually five cents worth of lime wasted Where ignorance is bliss there Is an inviting fl li for the green goods man Patterns rg BAZAR 15 MZlajJlUrALt I if jij Es Only 10 and Ask lor them UBT Iar Patterns A u I 2 Ij - 1 1 r The Famous Piano Fly Wheel Attachment Ib furnished with tlio Jones Lever Binder It is a most valuable attachment because The Fiy Whkhl causes a binder to work with even stead p motion over rough uneven ground The Fly Whkkl causes a bundle to be bound tightly without checking the motion of the machine The Fiy Wueki causes a binder to run lightly over soft or wet ground where it would otherwise mire down The Fiy Wheel causes a binder to remain in motion while turning a corner The Fly Wheel causes a bundle to be bound and discharged after the team stops leaving the sickle and canvases absolutely clean Have No Equal in Construction Have No Equal in the Field Henderson Route LouiaTiUe cts esch none higher Sold In nearly every city ana loon 01 ay mail iroro NcSeam Allowance Pattern THB McCALL CO 1 5 138 140 West 4th St New York HdersoDjL St Louis Rr Co TiwmfwwfWfNmfwmwfN Time Card In EfTeot Dec4 lOU 41 KAST HOUND No St Lou 1 Kvansvilk- Hemtervm Basket Spmtiv lie Meads Stanley Griffith Mattingljr Owensboro Lv Bfijam 7 15 No 7 44 Vo 46 731 738 7 45 7 52 7 58 than its simplest rival This Valuable Attachment is Furnished Only With the JONES LEVER BINDER The JONES LEVER BINDER has th simplest knotter in the world and it has one half less pieces Worthlngton 80 Ind 65tn 8 55pn 2 20pm 2 451 2 id 310 3 01 3 23 37 328 3 13 3 20 33a 3 21 J 41 329 3 S3 3 41 3 53 4 01 4 13 4 19 ijjjnjra Trade Marks COPYRIQHTS C Anyon sending is sketch and caption mM opinion free onlcklT ascertain our patentable Comrnnnlc an fimmtlon U conndonVaLIIandbool on iccurlnirtenU icntfree Oldest ni ency Munn Co rocolTO itont tknn thronah iptefal notice without charge In tho 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE rirtmNft It is the moBt perfect in the world fgw 8 07 Farmers it Will Pay You to Examine this Machine We handle Flows Fertilizers All Kinds of Farming Implements Bakes Harrows Mowers and Binders Powers for Roclport Waltmsm lates 818 8 27 400 418 4 HawesWlle for Canrelton Iewlspirt Falcon Ictrie 818 86 62 31 Scientific Jftucrican A handsomely Illustrated weeaiy -- 01 r 900 1 428 433 4 40 439 4 S 1 DU Skllimin Teil City j 9 13 50 Shops Cloverl ort 923 935 6 40 9 52 9 65 10 10 10 10 449 500 511 5 03 6 18 6 22 50 6 34 A 42 MUNN Co361BMdwaNew York If BU Washington 48 Bates Milling Company McQUADY The Beet Disq Drill made This is a Biiperb machine ami will give perfect patiBfaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never clog up with com BtllH weeds and grata or foul trah of at y kind It does not make any in ference how hard the ground int or how thick the trash it will do excellent and Bucceeefnl work The work of the Empire iq Drill Iibh proven without a more satisfactory than a Hoe Drill for the reason that a Hoe Drill will cany lleit trnsh before it therehy leaving n ts in the fl ld With our Dicq Drill all of this triable is overcome as the diaq ill ride over ami pieta into the ground all foul fit nil and tush of any un Â¬ n GLENDtANE Of little See Milt Holt Addlsoi Stephersport Sample 620 H25 607 610 Branch Office C 0 03 22 88 IN MKMOKY KENTUCKY THE EMPIRE DISQ DRILL - - - - 35 THIS MACHINE AND RA TE S TRUE BLUE WOOD BEAM NEW GROUND Which Never IVeed Laying and are Equipped with Solid Steel Coulter PLOWS SOLD BY 4 J W PATE STEPHENSPORT Em r was fair and warm Mr H A Smith is on the sick list The Ohio is again lull and causing un ease new W 0 Blaln of Patesville is in town for a few dayp Dr D Whito of Tobinsport was in town Saturday E II Miller is attending court in liar dinsburtr this week Hemember choir practice at E H Mill rs Friday evening Every body is on the move and even that beats hoasecleanlng Mr and Mrs Chas Wadlington have taken rooms with Mr Livers Mr Dulneil has moved into the cot- Â¬ tage vacated by Gbaa Wadlington Â¬ McQuady Ky 2h Marion Baker of New Albany spent last week with Mrs Charlotte Iliner Regular services will be held in the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday by Z Ferrell Mrs W II Sargent of Fordsvllle made her Bister Mrs It A fJliellman a flying iuit Friday Win J Mahoney in the interest r U S Insurance company was in town ser Â¬ ai days last week Mr Wm Livers of the Cooperagn company moved his family from Con- Â¬ cordia here last week Mr and Sirs Edgar Adkisson of Lodl burg were the guests of Mr and Mrs L It Adkisson Sunday Mr and Mrs John Weisenburg ol Clove rport tjpent Sunday with her par- Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs W H Hanks 1rof Clark ontertalned a crowd Satur Â¬ day with some illck magical tricks in which bo proved himself splendid We would like to know tbe author of in last the poem The Old Hymn weeks laaue We think it a beautiful poem Whfln the traveling awpwman request ed the audience to name a favorite selec Â¬ tion for bim to render on the violin the voice of It ti Vaughn rose boldly and shrilly amid he st illness with Give ua But did he get it the Hooking Bird And Robert went home and kicked him- - right Hobert we will need them And Half we also glorv in your spunk Mr and Mm F C Ferry entertained Berry Norton and family visited Mrs a few friends tbe evening of the Willie Fowler last Sunday the occasion being ttie birthday of Mrs We are gad to hear of Mrc Martin Ferry IMriHhuiHnts were served at Norton of Nortons Valley improving 101W and a few hours later all said good The meeting at Aaron Haynea on last night Wednesday night was attended largely For Pale Bicycle in good condition Mrs E B Norton is visiting her par- Â¬ Double tube tires wood riniB gear 08 ents Mr and Mrs Ivmcheloe of Har barrel hubs upturned handle bar weight diusburg 24 lbs An exiellent machine 1250 There must be some attraction in this All kinds of repnirs 0 0 Lewis country for Ed Hook I see him out StenhensDort here right often But talk about good things an enter Â¬ Hook and Youteler are th only farm Â¬ tainment concert or show just as you vvill was given ua white folks as a ers around here that have finished treat by the colored society element breaking corn ground They are bus on tidtunhy evening and at the last of llru Farmers in this section are far behind the inforrnance u utke walk that was most the whole thing was given that with their work but if thev can have a would have made Fcog Eye green with fev sun shiny days they will come envy and wish he had uever lived to hunting hear of the Stepheneport walkers And rMunitu Vmir llowuU WiMt Ciiscarcts long toward midnight after being thank Â¬ Candy Citlmrtlc cum coiiHtlpatlou ed by the manager of the alLtir for our 10025c If C O O all druBKlsts reuna forovor money sincere attention and kind behavior the curtain dropped and they were left WEBSTER to wind up with the neyer festival We want too se a dry moon The business of this post ofllce is on Marvels 01 a Uraphopbone the increase One of the wonders of the end of the Mrs II 0 Haddock of Clifton Mills century is the home Uraphopbone that W quite sick will reproduce auy kind of music oruny Joe Fitch nuked to see a man at the sound One can Brraugo a full nrograin of the most attractive band orchestral or telephone at Irvingtou ilany Stewart uses gestures when talk vocal music and vary it every evening On tbe Graphophone one can record tbe lug over the telephone human voice or any sound and reproduce B A Parks of Clifton Mills was in it at once You can keep tbe voices of the city last week on buaineas your friends to be beard whenever you The county roads should be worked as wish Oraphopliones made fur home loon as the weather will admit entertainment can be bought as low as We will be talking around by way of f 10 Write for catalogue HO to the Columbia Piionouiiaih Co No 110 Sandy Hill to Ouston in a few days Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 0 Miss Myra Hanks school will close Wednesday with a concert at night Mrs Uteton of Cloverport hREEDOM is the guest of her Bister Mrs II 0 Stewart B R Fowlir attended church at Har- II H Hatfield and Henry Beard were dinaburg last Sunday InLoulavllla last week selling tobacco There will be an all day meeting at We bad a good attendance at Sunday Freedom next Sunday school last 8unday Why were you not It L Hook itaya he la raising two ttue there blue Republicans at bis house That is T B Henderson attended QaarUtly ed this speak of her as little though she would have soon entered her 15th Year to her Dick Owen went to Louisville Sunday friends she was only little Nannie and Mrc W It Moorman is visiting at a sweeter dearer child was nevor sent to Milwood bless a happy home She was stricken Claude Mercer was in town one day with typhoid fever several weeks before last week her death and all that coul I be done by Miss Amanda Deahe has returned loving hands was dono to keep dear from Louisville Nannie but God know best and plucked v Tom Moore of McDaniels was in the half opened bud to bloom in His A loving father and brother kingdom town Saturday John Deane went to M lwaukee Wis are left to mourn her loss and a gloom of sadnets is cast over her school mates Monday on business when her name is whispered among Mies Mouna Hunter was Miss Nannie them for no one know her but to love Fishers guest Sunday her gentle ways Miss Irene Board stayed in HardinsHer lttlo schoolmate burg Saturday and Sunday Nellie B Stith LewiB Ashley and sou Dud spent Sunday with Jack Howard at Fordsvllle Bismarks Iron Ner76 Was the result of his splendid health Master Eliott Moorman will accept a clerkship at Ddwees as soon as school Indomitable will and tremendous energy closes are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order I Mrs Tom Wooaley of McDaniels visited her sister Miss Hannah South you want these qualities and tbe success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Saturday Pills They develope every power of W C Moorman has fenced tbe lot brain and body Oily 25c at Short next to the Mattingly House and will Hayueb drug store plant it in garden truck W T Cannon McDaniels was here LODIBURG Monday on his way to Louisyilld to pur- Â¬ chase marterial for his new store build- Â¬ Miss Nellie Shaw went to Irvington ing Saturday May Dempster Daisy Deane and James Dutschke called on Miss Irene Emma Dee Moorman pnza winners for the year are all at home with the Keys one night lat week W H Hardin visited his family Satmeasles urday and Sunday at 0 wonsboro J 0 Tuiker pedagogue in teaching Mies Nannie Keys was the guest of her season at present a solicitor for Water sons history of Spanish war was in Bister Irene Saturday and Sunday town two daya last week Mi83 Ethel Basbam was tbe guest of Miea Rosebu 1 Moorman baa tbe dis- her ousin Mias Dee Saturday and Sun Â¬ tinction of leading the Utopians last day month Her record was perfect in at- Â¬ Mr and Mrs E Igar Adkisson visited tendance punctuality neatness and bis brother L It Adkisson of Steph recitations eusport Sunday Postmaster Curtis tells me that the BelU Blaycombrof RnVmond sp nta quarter cl jsed March 31st was the big few days last week with her sister Mrs geet Glendeano ever bad in the sale of Brazil Argabright stamps It was also the banner quarter Herman Lay of Stephensport was the for money orders We are up with the giiBt of friends and relatives Friday procession Saturday and Sunday Herman is quite Call again For cougba and col Is there is no med Â¬ a j dly fellow Miss Mary A DeJaruett a charming so effective as BALLARDS HORE icine HOUND SYRUP It is the ideal reme young lady of near Hardinsburg who dy Price 25 cents and bO cents A R has beta visiting friends and relatives for several days returned home Sunday Fisher accompanied by Mr James Dutschke BEWLEYVILLE and Gertrude Keys James Ater of Cage Mo arrived Mrs Jesse Hardaway attended church here Monday evening on east bound Sunday train where he spent a few days with his Moorman Hardaway is at home for a aunt Mrs Cordia Basham and roturned to his home near Raymond He has short visit Miss Edith Shumate was visiting Miss been sick quite awhile with spinal men ingitis and measles but is slowly im- Â¬ Stella Paul Sunday proving Bro Bigharn preached Sunday even- Â¬ ing to the men only A Life For 50o Miss Mary BUnford waa visiting In Many people have been cured of Kid Â¬ Louisville last week ney Diseases by taking a 50c bottle of AR Uncle Ben Hardaway was conspicous Foleys Kidney Cure Fibber Cloverporl and E A Witt Hardins for his absence again Sunday MIbs Clestia Beavin Ib home from a burg continued stay at Owensboro ROSELLE IND MUsLulu Lewis of Brandenburg is the guest of Mrs W J Piguott Josh Tate of this place has his new Mrs B A Hardaway of Guston has house almost completed been in the city for the past week MlsaSalliean Miller was the gueit of Marvin Johnson of Garfield visited Miss Lillie Tate last week the family of D 0 Johnson recently Rev A F Boare filled his appoint Â¬ Mrs Kate Be 11 no tt and son Edgar were visitors of Mrs Chas Dtury Satur- Â¬ ment at Locust Grove last Sunday Will Furrow of Holt Ky waa the day night Misses Alma Orendorf and Annie guest of Price Wilson last Sunday Miea Lillie Tate of Dodd vaed the Olaycomb visited Misses Ollie and Mary swam pa with John Robison last Sunday Payne Thursday and Friday Robert Niugent and family wore the Roy Keith was in Meade county last week performing a kindly deed A gst of Mr and Mrs l HTato last body sometime 1 gets to where such a Sunday thing Is appreciated Thomas WiUoa and Daniel NdUgent The people along tbe telephone line Bpent last Saturday and Sunday at- - Oto f otn Guston to Garrett arejoly good v Tport Ky friends and have lovely times talking to John Gvi Klngalcy Bays he dont think each other these days there wilt be any rhore ground h g days Uilsa Providence frowns very severe Â¬ for lie bos caught them all he thinks ly our Bunday ecbool will have a deh MrAlfred Tate and Miss Leora Ram gato at the Btate Sunday school Conven- Â¬ ey were united in matrimony last tion which meets in LoulsvilU Aug Tirr81ay Itev Henry Groves otuciat-Irg- 20h 30th and 31et Mis Ella Kinsley relurned home a Our protracted meeting conducted by llev Bigbam of Hardinsburg is in pro few daya ago from Central where sho about that early gardening West was in Glendeano Saturday W rather who depart Â¬ We life on March lUth 1811 Nannie i Websti r Irvington Ekron Guston Mrande iburjr I onir 1 ranch Hock Haven Willow Dale fierce Lortiku 1013 1030 5J2 543 61 657 6 03 Newsnd Opinions OF 660 6 6 6 6 20 34 40 45 102 11 11 6K 0 10 National Importance 1100 1110 1119 28 34 618 610 1 17 630 6 45 Howard West Pnln Kentucky Street 1143 Louisvi le union Dep Ar 1235pm 745pm l60im 1221pm 665 663 70 715 7 3ian The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH by mail Dally WEST nOUND No 41 No 4 1 43 I - 6 a year 8 Â¬ Iouisv de Union Dep Lv 7 4Vm KentucuyStieet 755 West I oint 8 2t5 8 29 Howarl Willowdale 83i 8 43 Rnck Haven Lorg Branch o50 8 59 lrandenburf Ekron 9 08 Guiton 916 t Iryingtin 923 Webst r 932 Lorilbu g Sample Holt 60pm 03 5 37 6 40 I SSptr 845 918 Dally and Sunday by mail a year 518 6 53 6 09 C 18 6 25 600 931 951 957 10P2 10 08 oil The Sunday Sun Is 1ierce 9 40 9 47 643 051 6V 7 07 the greatest Sunday Newspaper In ths world 5c a copy By 1014 t0 2t 031 Price mall 2 a year Stephe sport Addisci Shops 961 10 OJ 712 7 7 20 27 Clover tort Sklmai Hawesrille Pctrie Falcon Tell City 10C4 10 08 721 Address THE SUN New York for Can lelton 1018 022 1033 104 73t 743 ore 1046 10 49 74 801 812 827 1059 1103 11 100 flflEIUCflN ONLY An All thn Leading Features that have made this journal so txipnli- a t be retained the coming year and man new ones added Powers iforJRockport Ind 11 19 11 3D i aics Owens wro 11 40 Mattingly 1151 Griffith 1156 Stanlc 1159 n Lewtsport Waitmin 1056 UU1 8H 8 33 8 42 8 63 9 05 llli 116 19 1139 1168im 12 15 in Worth ngton Heads 91 9 25 939 9 47 916 100 A YliAK 12 Spotlit ille Basket Evansville St Lot is 1214 firm 932 964 1220 12 22 llende soa 1224 1245 1 1 1010 10 40pm 29 12 55 125 7 20 12 3 Ar 732pm Â¬ No 45 and 46 have Pullman lluflet Sleeping Car ond el jrant high back at Passenger Coaches through between I ouiivikle Evansville and S Louis vithout change Nos 41 and 44 hare elegant high bick seat ass eng r oachesand Parlor Cnr service through be tween Louisville Evansyille and St Louli w I thou Market Gardening and topics wrilm by Practical UUIUIUO anrt Successlul Farmers mp plcminteil w Mi Illustrations by abU artists com blnetnmak it Invaluable o those who farm It The Latest Markets and Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Reports In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm News an t Letters among the Farmers re Leading Ftutures in vhic the reliable Special Correspondents at the deneral and Local Market Centers ill over the United States Ambkican for Klivmvr Ideal Farm and Family Weakly as Live block Dairy Ito Cnrm Such Horticulture Poultry Inif lib rd I otn- 111 r rRflllirnQ have Parlor Cars and elrgsn Coaches between Louisville and Evansville vvih out change II C MOBDUK A G P A Louisville Ky 43 chang Nos ghiclltlkihi notexoll--- tthas and 43 U I St L TIME TABLE No 10 h hMk SIT 10 Branch to make his dep in men ol as much value and interest as most rit the Special Kanulv Iapera Short Stories Inshlons Fancy lho Good Cook FR9firOC Mltli tho Doctor contests Library and YoutiK Folks Page ccmbme Camilu rdllill Work Tulks Puzzle Corner Lntcst Veterinary and 1898 52 Lalavette QUESTIONS answered on Law Medicine TAONG KFFEOT WesUIound Trains Orange Judd Company Place New York N Y A other topics FHHH Htst BoundTraln fVo 2 t - tNo3 tVo6 STATIONS To 6 45pr i 10 50am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9007 08 3511H Garfield 7 19 1124 Harned 8 21 7 28 1131 Hardinsburg 811 7 45 1160 Kirk 8 31 7 62 1167 Jolly yM 12 09pm 8 01 74 Glcndeane 13 30 K2S arFallsttoughlv 715 12 65 850 Rock vale 63 5 45pm 5 20 6 09 6 00 4 46 4 39 4 27 4 YOU 0 90 98 95pn 113 120 Dally 105 Asklns Oaks ArKordsvilleLv 644 6 36 03 J 3 38 4 29 3 21 GET MORE in any other piper published -- both in quality 315pm Train Trains Sot j and for point on Fordsvllle branch Trails 234 nd srundailv Trains Nos 2 and 4 conni ct at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 4 43nd 14 4141 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with In theTwtcE-A-Wia- K Couhikh Jouiinal than andquantity I - Â¬ Safetv Oomfort Louisville anil Evansville Tub TwicbaWskk Cousibr Iournal is the equal of many dallies and the supeitor ofal other paers It piints more news m re Kood class matter more good clits matter thin any other Is sued Wednesday and SaturUy commis Â¬ sion to agents Sample copies tree oil application Write to rl Apd KY COUUIKRJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GUT Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between BY A Louisville and Evansville STBAJlEIta E F M G RAGON W A Dlihop Purser The Brecken ridge News AND TUB Twice-a-Wee- k Ryan Master TARASCON DL Penny Muter L T Conner Punier Courier Journal Uoth One Yenr for TELL CITY It II Oaltard Muter W B If twbell Purser ONLY frc P and D STAGGS This is ith subscriptions only Allsubscilp tioni under tMt CMiibmatl u ofTir must be through he t flice of the 125 nn Daily exoept Hatnrday between LouUtIIU Wnw Amsterdam Vrl tit ablppad by thta Una delivered qulok r thai by rail Traveler will find the steamers areunsur pussd in equipment and accommodation Tba beat culinary ara employed ai cooki and tie menu la itul to that of tba but hoUlf Osqrral office 1T6 and 1T8 4th Ayanu LooJirJU BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IrgMSa THE BEST OF THEMACCfT e j DL PENNY OV William anpl WWHIM A LhpNTHLYVAGAZINH LIPPINCOTTS T P Praa Oontalna a computa norrt In oveiy num Â¬ ber In addition to a large quantity or Usorul and tmtertulDlns reodiuv rnattr Jio eanlliiHvti lortc tthlth art OwHjjHhnm Ky 4 WHEN DOES YOUR SUI1 SCR1PTION TO fUE NEWS mm 44444 EMPIRE j s tssmoors It should be in every household 8ub crlptlau 3oo per year AKtuU wontef In wry town to whom n most liberal Inducements will be offered ooxpxky rHILAOELPHIA bjeitntr to nimt reader i - - Fuiuutn r- - rMpn fc iU pnnun XI null illnlll guest of Mrs Honry Wright and the Misses Miy linn returned to her homo at Doonevlllp Ind Mies liuiso Bahbage returned Sunday fritn a pleasant visit with the family of M and Mn David Falrlelgh of Louis Villi rAAAAArfSWAAAOAAAffl VEST Spring Goods SPRING 1899 Our Spring Stock arriving All Departments will b9 full to overflowing and we solicit inspection ifl the guest Miss Alice Dixon of Henderson was of Mrs Charles Skillmnn thin s In Pe-ru-Po-ru-- f SC TOY DAY HEROISM 1 tarrh Struggling through life cursed with ca Â¬ WANTS Advertisements Inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALE JACKS week She returned home Monday evening Chinaware standard of quality there Is alwovfl some special feature about tho chlnaware we sell to commend it to you Vest LADIES DRESS GOODS LADIES SHOES CHILDRENS SHOES LACES Mr and Mrs L D Bishop came down from Irvington Sunday They spent tho day with his brother Mr and Mra Sam Bishop David Murray and Jamoi Y mnger two of Cloverports liiiiidmmi at and most gallaut youths spent Sunday in Hawesville Bud Hook and his famly came up from the Fa U of Riugh last Saturday visited friends at Hardltsbtug and re- Â¬ turned Tuesday E 0 Dutschke with the Falls City Wniehouee ol Louisville came down to Sample Saturday night to spend Sunday with his best girl Tho handsome new side wheel steam jr City of Pittsburg passed here Sunday morning on her w y to New Orl ans with an excursion pnity Fred Marluut of this ollice is con Â¬ templating a trip to Bock port and livansville where he will celebrate his birthday with friemN the Itut of the week SLIPPERS EMBROIDERY BLEACHES HOSIERY Low Prices our Inducements New Goods our attractions Headquarters for Mens Furnishing Goods T A vvvvvvywvyvvvvvvvwvvvvvvwvAvywvwAfvvv Marshall Mitchell the son of Mr and Mrs M W Mitchell will leave New Albany and go to St Paul Minn where be has been tendered a spUndid posi- Â¬ tion Marshall Mitchell a bright yiung ioosier schot master came down from New Albany to spend Piaster Suuday vith his patent Mr and Mrs M W Mitchell of the Mitchell House Mrs Thee James and children of ikron wero paseei g rs on Sunday even uga train They were on their way to Varren Ark whero they will join their iiishand and father who has located here permanently The display of walking hats pattern ats and all the latest shapes of the sea hi at Misa Judith Millars mlhuery par rs is worth goit g miles to see The ne of Sailors is very txtenelve as is so the selection of Lghorne and urban The variety in shade and lor in laces and ribbons is bewildering id ixclte enthusiastic comment The csons never before reyealed so varied id pretty creations in fl mere and other ecorative effects Ladies you will miss great deal of pleasure if you do not ill and see the stock 1 -- ever heroio the wm srm fight catarrh gen erally wins Under somo namo or other itgeta the best of ua Frank E Ingalls Waco Tex and thou sands of others havo been permanently cured of catarrh by Dr Ilartmans successful remedy Hero Is Mr Ingalls letter Dr S Hartman Columbus O and Deab Sin havo cured mo of onoof the worst cases of catarrh any one over had Mv case was so severe that I was compelled to discontinue my business that of conductor on a railroad but I am now entirely well Ordinary treatment of catarrh Is for local roliof Cures are not expected Dr Ilartmana method eradicates ca- Â¬ tarrh absolutely Get his latest book and learn how to combat this Insidious Medicine Co disoase The Columbus O will mall Dr Hartmana books free on application H A Scott Burt Tenn writes I feel very thankful to my Maker and your great medicine that I am cured I would not be without in the house has been curing catarrh for forty years It plucks out tho roots of catarrh and builds people up All druggists sell it Po-ru-- tmrx SSS am is a common How- Â¬ experience De Turkey Roos Too High or tile llotli are good ii tlirre tari old and the other In coining lvo tote old Come and ie them or write for termi J O STKPIUNS Adduon Ky Ill A K two Jitclct WANTED A N I hi- - A pair I MULES miilit fourteen rr lour- J ih ti and a hill h in hluli four yeere of age Ail Item or call on HOY IlKlMtK Clover port Ky FOR SALE LEGHORN CHICKENS C Vf0 f s V M est layers Eigs from a choice pen thirty fite X tint per ettlnff JHssK WllllWOHTH llardintliurg FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT 11UII SAIK S drown Ii horn chicken w T7 J it Man-a-ll- n 1 OR SALh Information appl One houe and lot For lutthtr to HKNltV bOLIIUIU BULL STRAYED OR ST0LEN Â¬ nose Mruytd from my primiiet near ltardlmburg a black biimlle bun about one Jer old withmeJe Inlormatii n u tu It whereabouts deiired NANCV bNYDKlt LEGAL if DRESS GOODS CALICOES little cliilhtn do worl no wide Dat do moddors moan and 8igh Dars a turkey roostin on do yutb cr side But he roos too high too high Oil BLANKS lOlt lllank UcctUund All Fount ol IfKul lllunk NKWS OM1CK llDUK FOR SALE aIK ortLaiies and HlllJCKK Pe-ru-n- a SOJA BEANS Soy IXK bALI II OGIhallV Cloyerport FOR SALE MARE Srja or lleansand Cow Ieas Ky tt Mo9t good tilings roost too high for moderate purses nowadays but it is not so with the new stock of staple dry goods we are showing on our counters These include UNDERWEAR Pe-ni-- I six year 1OK SAIri A ood nnhial old mare fine and hugy Por lurther in Ky ination write K W MILLER FARM ilardinsburg PERCALES COMFORTERS SPRING GOODS it acres tt BLANKETS HOSIERY GLOVES FOR SALE JL in iiAJtuirnaiiuitti iOK biVLK A Kuod farm ol about between llltr Spring and Cutter TUITION 500 HAUL HE GOT A LETTER That Was Written By Himself Twenty Years Ago An Old Romance Recalled By Col ITIOK ftAIli Lurtihcate In ilryunt A titration JL llutini ts Cdiige Louisville Ky Apply to Kt KliNHlDlili NEVV OKrlCE lowest In quality our goods roost the highest within tho reach of all hut in prices they roost the Ell Deane I ugainst in L S English etc defendants IZquity All pasons having claim agaiatt the estate of I b ICnglish dtct ased are notified to present the same I rperly procn to the undersigned commis Â¬ sioner ot the llieckenriuge Circuit Court at hit ollice In Ilardlnsbuig Ky on or befre the ijlh day ot April 1800 this Marli 18 S90 GUS 11I10VNC1JCC COMMISSIONERS NOTICE llrickenrfdge Circuit Court Isaac Norton pljiulll Notice STJLZERS Heard the News town Its going to be us handsome a store as you ever laid eyes on The opening will occur next week Col Eli Deaue of Glendeane was COMMISSIONERS NOTICE surprised a few day ago to receive a Jas S Ileavins Admr llIT 1 Notice in Iuuity letter he himself had written about the His Heirs against and Creditors DePu close of the Civil War All persons having claims against the estate of are It was enclosed in a letter mailed at James h Ileavin deceised to thenotified to present undersigned comthe same properly provei Cloverport and with nothing else in the missioner of the tree ken ridge Circuit Court at his or envelope The Colonol is wondering ollice in llurdiniburir Kyon 18 before the 39th iSou day ol April 1S99 lln Match who sent it to him Ub iinowN c cc The world wasnt wagging well at the NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY time he wrote it He and a young lady had agreed to disagree and in the IN THE DlSTKICT COUKTOKTIIS UNITED STATES FOK TIIK DlSrHlLT OK KkNTUCKV OwtNI- Colonels own forcible style he was iioko Division asserting his independence of the sex In the Matter of It It 1IKItCK I Itankruptcy But the trouble of those days furnishes Ilankrupt wholesome laughter him some To I he creditor ol R I Pierce of Clovcrport Â¬ Theres going to be a New Drug Store in Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 5 1809 Get the best and you make no mistak Vent K When you want bread or cakep g tr 8ipples Mac Payne of 0 vensboro was in th city Monday THE LOCAL NEWS Farmers report the roads to te still ii bad condition IN CLOVERPORT The merchants are getting in irgf stocks of spring goods 4444 4444 44444 44444 The best line of fruits and vfgtabln Tht river is rising in the city at Sipples Seed Potatoes Vest A shirt with two collars and a pair oi Shoes spriug beauties Vest cuff for 50 cents atSulzers The weather continues beastly James Flanagan and Will Johneoi The river is at a flue boating stage spent E ister Sunday at Tell City Gub Gibson was in Irvington Sunday There are several cases of small pox at Whitesville in Daviess couny A fine line of fancy groceries at Sip pies Mrp A Y Ford of Louisville was tin Fred Ferry went to Hawesville Sun gust of Mrs Julius Nolt list week day John Vest has gone to Cincinnati t purchaoo a magnificent line of sprini Buy your garden seed nt Short goods Havnes Lindsey Graham and Miss Pearl Perri Landretha garden seed for sale only Suuday to visit go went Waitmau by Vest Brey held mass at Hawes- friends Kv Father Mrs Wm Dorat of 1jwisport is tinville Sunday Claude Wihon of McQuady was in guest of her paronts Mr and Mrs Wm Mul en town Sunday Mrs Taylor of Leitchfleld is visitlnp Miss Rose Kiedel spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs A H Davis of Hai relatives at UvlK dlnaburg Considerable building is contemplated D you want a dinner set free ol here this spring Go to Kulz trs ami aak how it charge Styles Howard of Glendeane went to citi be done Fordsville Suuday Make your home bright and cheerful llaynts enamel paints an with Slioit S A Tate and wife of Hardinaburg shades desired were here Suii1 Miss Lvdia GMbam iias returned The activity in the lumbering indus home from lowiiport try in this county has created a great Rev Joiner preached his regular ser Â¬ deinaud for labor mon at Molt Sunduy Frank Haswell has moved into the Vestd gtocery department the most house owned by Mrs Win Vast In the rear of Vests store compete in the city Miss Alma Mattiugly of Glendeane was a Bobert Stevens of Pellvill vielted her friend Miss Lzzte Fisher visitor in town Sunday Bock Vle Sunday See our nice Hup of hair brushes and Miss Maggie Tinlus who has beeyi HayneH combs Short visiting reluives near H lies Bun is now Mrs Augustus Shears of Lnwisporl is at the Gibson hotel visiting Mrs Sam Bishop The bad weather prevented the Easter A nice now line of mattings has ust bonnett from m iking its appearance this been received at Supers year on schedule time Good enamel that can be washed Owen May returned from Indianapolis for sale y Short Haynes He is aulte ill and will re Â¬ Saturday Charles Oaslunan of Ilardlnsbuig was main until he recovers a visitor to the city Suuday of the Henderson Jesse Graham J H Hunobe the popular Cannelton Route is spending a few days In the clly tailor was liAtown Fridav with his wife and mother George Rtfoily of Hawesville was in It did not rain here Eaator Sunday the city Monday on buslnus but the prospects are that we will have Sara Board operator at the shops three wet Sundays alt the saai went to Hardlnsbuis Sundry Mrs Mollo Hambliton has returned Oliaibe May home from a visit with relatives and Eugene Klipbury and friends in Henderson and Owensboro liallfluuuCSunday at Ganuilon Walter May of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ A Hoynos of Irvington and Miss Mangle Carter of the samecliy were tho day with his parents in this city Mattingy Sunday A J Gros of Guston and Holts was guests of Miss Alice Solbrlg has gone to Drxter Ind Albert in town last Wednesday on business marriage of his When you want a good pocket knife to bo present at the Mlaa Bichardan of brother Charles to or razor givn Short Uayues a call spent that pi tee Mr and Mrs John Weisenburg Mrs L W Adams who haB been visit Sunday with relative In Stephnsport Ing her parents M and Mrs D V O VOSELXUk Bought Wilson has returned to her home In Tm Kind Yea Haw Always 2ttrft Louliville U Mr Elvlna OUmIi who Jim AlHIL 1 Hows This Spring tiredness is due to animpover Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day ol l8yy March A said It ws We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward adjudicated Dbankiupt theand that II Pierce meeting uly hed condition of the blood and is cured of the first K y Hoods Sarsaparilla which enriches for any case of Catarrh that can not he hiscrtditors will be held at the law office of Murray in Clovcrport Kentucky on the Slh day cured by Halls Catarrh Cure ie blood of April A I lSj9at it otl ck A M at which time F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O claimsthe said crrcitort may attend prove theii appoint a trustee examine the llankrupt Has Recovered We the undersigned have known F J and transact such other busintss as miy propely come before sal 1 meeting Mr and Mrs J G Stephens returned Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ J A UKAN Referee in Bankruptcy i turday to their home Alta Vista at lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ March 28th 1899 vildioon Ky Mr Stephens after spend- - iness transactions and linancially able to g a pleasant winter with his son Minor carry out any obligations made by their ephenn Lakeland Fla and Mrs firm tephens spent a pleasant winter with West Truar Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Mrs T J Minary and do O Walding Kinnan Marvin i r daughters rs Cladwell N irton of Louisville and Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Irs James C Simm Jr of Chicago Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ Ir Stephens many friends will be tjad ly acting directly upon the blood and hear he haa entirely recovered from mucous surfaces of the system Price Sold by all Druggists ib paralyais of his eye and his general 76c per bottle Testimonials free alth much improved 1 In the County of Ureckenridge salil a binkrupt and Dictrict afore New Drugs New Goods Fresh Stock Guaranteed Till- PRESCRIPTION - will be a specialty Every Prescription will be carefully compounded and only the purest drugs and chemicals will be used This Store Will on WAIT FOR THE OPENING Up-To-D- lLPRTMENT Be Conducted Principles For Sale 10 MOORMAN OWEN In liooin Formerly Known os Matflnfilys Hall any country 10000000000 being re- Â¬ A Confiding Glendeane Man 20 hired during the y ar or 133 to each Americans as Egg Eaters The United States uses the most eggs habitant SKIPPED OUT One Gray Horse Loses years old Hi w m - Thai cough Hangs On You have used all 1 Ed Olemmons of Qlendeanc give 20 to an acquaintance a temporary resident there and told him to take it to Har dinsburg Bank last Saturday Acquaint-Â¬ ance skipped and Ed is 20 out Think he left for Texas Saddle and Harness 1 Drurys Breeding Stock Spring Wagon Single or Double Shafts SHOTANEAQLE Out Freedoms Bird Makes its Escape Dave Miorman of Glendeane shot at and crippled a big grey eagle Saturday It seemed to measure six feet or more Nothing but the 8inalluess of the shot kept him from bagging his game Rock Vales coou is matched by our eagle and rattle snake tho both ours got away WILL SELL CHEAP FOR CASH sorts of cough reme 1 dies but it does not I yield it is too deep seated It may wear itself out in time but it is more liable to rJscjT efekijgasss Chris Gleim CLOVERPORT KY To tho Public In oiToring tho services of tho following breeding stock we do not hesitate to say that wo believe it to be as good as can Not only well bred On tho side of their sires but found in the stite equally as well through their dams a very important thing in a breeder Handsomely Remembered The Stephensport Christian church choir presented their organist Mies Katie Crawford a valuable music book containing portraits of the greatest authors of today Miss Crawford is an excellent musician and has rendered good service to the choir Tne book was presented by the pastor A F Beare BOURBON II S DENMARK No iil N H produce la grippe pneumonia or a sen- ous throat affection You need something that will give you f I LADIES strength and build up the body SCOTTS EMULSION will do this when everything else fails There is no doubt 1 J bB It nourishes J about it strengthens builds up and Hand flashed makes the body strong and Purchasing Agent Willie Ilobertsou of Glendeane was healthy not only to Throw putting on a back lo one day last week 1919 Brook Street off this hard cough but to COMMISSIONERS NOTICE COMMISSIONERS NOTICE got his hand caught and pretty badly fortify the system against Louisville Ky mashed UrccUnrUg Circuit Court HfettcnidKe Circuit Court If you are further attacks Klliabeih Duboli Admr i U D AJdlionPrll Nolle In Equity Agtlnit i nouo in noun aiaiBU run down or emaciated you Kstloe of Dltiolutlon of Partnerthlp NA IIMdleacrWta Deit Altxrll She will gladly iurnish you should certainly take this The Arm of Tea Hobn hit bcn dliiolvad Allptriont having cUlm afalait lh fl m of E All mmn having clalma agalntt th tttat Mr John llolxn Rolng out of tht finn 1hlui Dubois r nolltlod t prttest u lifiot i prient iht mo nourishing food medicine hut nut will be cooducUdat the ume d tundbeing with all information and assist you Additnn A Kllinto then unditlricd couiinlwktncr tholubalh projy deceatedtelh undaulgned com im provtn properly pravin under the direction uf MrjTceft All pettou oflhc nrcckearldf Circuit Cirt on or lfor tha niluloner ol lh llrcknrldw Circuit Court at hia ndf iioldrugfiU jo Indtipttd to the old firm era requeued to come otGc In llardintliurir Ky on or bciota tho loth nOrr lOWNB ChtmUtt Ktw Yorh Kjtb dy of April i8y TMt March it iSyf forward and Mitle in buying day o ApiU iSo ilia March rlth i3m m HI Hi I08BPH TKAVF UUSUROWN CBCC you cannot got in your own town Canary Bird is an lu bred Black Warrior black with mealy points Is of fine but is hnndlod by a big concern in carrlago and splriidid actlou with heavy bono As a breeder of first claw mules COfiPANY HENRY K0EI1LER his character is wtll known If so drop a letter Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Louisvillo Bom boa Deiimuik 8 to lnsue u jiving colt payable when colt la TERMS foaled vite correspondence with Mill men who stating your needs to Canary Bird d to insure live colt payable when colt Is foaled have lumber for sale They buy poplar Extending A few nwe from a distance kept on graws without oztra charge and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or thankB for patro fg i in the pas witli hope that our atock merits a continuance o green Write them MISS ADDIE G DITTO eaine i am very rspecuuiy Â¬ Hurt His Eye W A Ashby the popular proprietor met with a of tho Highland Nursery painful accident last week While pre paring some blackberry shrubs for ship- ment a brier penetratod the fl ish just below the eye and had to be cut out by Dr uwen No permanent Injury will result Â¬ DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Do you wnnt an article that Was sired and iil il at Luxlnon Ky This liiuli slyltd Kentucky saddle stallion will make the Pemon of IS at my pine one mile east ot Buwleyvllle on Louis yille road Bourbon No 5511 was ulrfld by Fayette Denmark No CO he by PEDIGKKE Ned Gaines Denmark lm by men horsu Diomedn he by imported Hedgeford First dam by Ball Slot king Second dam by li utriuid Filth dam by Highlander NOTE You will notice from this renowned sires breeding that he is bucked up by the strongest am liou of 1 nmarks on the sires side clear back to thorough brnda On his dams sido he iiaa hoiiib of the b at crosats of saddle families to be had strongly backed up hy thoroughbreds both on sire and dams side DESCRIPTION Iluirbon Ddnniark is a beautiful bay 11 hands high and as much natural atylr us any Htalliou in the state and is as due a breeder as can ba iound He bneda hia cols with style and finish solid color aud plenty of size Breeds very strongly after himself nine nut of every ton going the gaits by the mothers Bide He transmits hia middle aimlities very readily because his gaits are all natural ana not acquired lie g eu all tne ntwa easily but especially to be ad Â¬ mired in bis running walk I JACK CANARY BIRD CHAS H DRURY i AT v- - - 5TOjr3pwi ftMBgq5 - ft wv r CONSUMPTION The Wonderful Doctor Slocum System of Treatment is Demonstrating Every Day to the Entire Civil- Â¬ ized World that Consumption is Curable THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CURED By Special and Particular Arrangement Four Free Prep arations Embracing the Complete Slocum System May be Obtained by Every Reader of This Paper rH aN f tm if tita ai A Xmff 7j I e H Socurn Consumption is curable The discovery has been made perfected triumphantly tested and given to the world by the eminent American medical expert Bpecialiat Dr T A Slocum The Slooum System Is n thorough com plete and comprehensive System of Treat ment consisting of Four distinct Preparations Combined they represent the actual nnnihllator of Consumption couirlis colds asthma bronchitis catarrh weakened and run down systems anemic conditions laryn gitis gnppo ana its serious aiter ciiects PIritt The SlOCllm Svstem kills mil drives Third It stops at once all catarrhal and mucous discharges and kills the cough Fourth It provides a true tonic inllucnce which Invigorates and stimulates vitalises all weak spots and brings the cntiroBystera back to a healthy normal condition I W of all this glorious discovery Is yonrn Hy a special arrangement for the asking made with the Doctor readers ol this paper inayohtuin the Four Preparations making up the complete Slocum System as illus tratMl above by sending their complete names postotllce and express addresses to th Slooum Laboratories 00 and 08 Pine Street Vnw Vnrb lining anrnlnmrnllnn Mitannnpr outofthehumansystemcverydeathdealitigl Editorial Advice Write to the Doctor to germ thereby rendering it susceptible to re- iny nk his ailvice and he will give you the tponsive treatment benefit of his years of experience Dont de- Second It introduces a building up fnt- -- lav hut send your full name postofllce and reexpress address to Dr T A Slocum 93 Pine renins strength restoring food which ttores the disease wasted tissues nod brines Street New York N Y and be sure to say tfio throat andlungsinto active healthy use tliatyoureadthisgenerousoffcrinthlspaptf Â¬ Â¬ I i After awhile you will come to a garden of the house Yes mamma answered tho child I will do jnBt as you pay There cu will see an immense bed of Easter lllioc Gather your little bands full full my darllua and go in by the broad front door It is a1wa8 open in pleasant weather Go up the wldo stairway and along the corridor till you come to a room bung with green tapestry There you will find an old lady She will not know you but when you lay the lillteon bur kuee she may per Â¬ haps remember some one Yes mamma said Agnes oncemorp And then then sweet one when you are returning gather some more lilies nud hritg them to your poor sick mother Perhaps they may cure me Oh I think they wil cure mo I You are not afraid to go my darling Afraid when the sun Is shining exclaimed the child no no mamma I will go just now Bending over her mother she kissed her tenderly bravey wiping away tho tears which had begun to fall At that moment the doctor entered the room accompanied by the landlady They did not notice Agnes and she went An hour later Boltly down the stairs she was kneeling beside a great bed of llllea in the garden of the chateau ad- Â¬ miring their beauty and inhaling their delicious fragrance She was about to set herself to her appointed task when she heard au exclamation Turning she saw au old man In livety standing behind her Mon Dun cau it be Madamoisello IaudreeV he cried Im Agnes said the child riaing from her knees mamma is Paudreo PI ase do not forbid me to gather the flowers they are for an old lady who livei here Mamma wishes me to give them to her because to morrow will be Eas er day Tho old man Iroked at her tenderly Gather your arms full and come with me he said WiH you lake mp to the old lady she inquired Certainly lie replied Now gather in front kisses whllo the fragrance of the Easter The Kidney Complexion lilies filled the room The puis sallow sunken chocked Down below old Stephen related tho people you so often meet occurrence of the morning are efiheted with Kidney Complexion Well I know thnt I had seen her Their kidney aro turning to a parsnip face before said the landlady wiping color So Is their complexion But oh how changed her eyes They may also have Indigestion or Mon Dieti how changed In nnven years The wife of a poor artist how she must stiff r from sleopleiBness rheumatism neuergia brain trouble nervous exhaus have Buffered Well it is all past now chimed in tion and sometimes the heart acts badv The cause Is weak unhealthy kidneys Nettu often have 1 said that Madame Usually tlm sufferer from kidney dia was unhappy hi bur big chntoau all ease does not find out what tho trouble aloue now it will bo so no linger is until it is almoBt too late because tho God ho praised I the littln Agnes has first f ymptoms are so like mild sickness worked tho miracle and Mtdemoisella Paudrco has corny to her own again at that they do not think tluy need a medicine or a doctor until they find lost themselves sick In bed Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build A word to tho wise Is sufficient and up aud strengthen their weak and dis Â¬ a word from the wise should hoeulllclont but you ask who are the wise Those eased kidneys purify their diseased who know Tho oft repeated experience kidney poisoned blood clear their com- Â¬ of trust worthy persons may be taken plexion and soon they will enjoy better Mr W M Terry says health for kuowleilgs You can get the regular sizs at the Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other iu tho drug store at fifty cents and one dollar market He has boen In the drug busi or you may first prove for yourself the nissat Elktou Ky for twelvo years wonderful vlrtures of this great discov- Â¬ has sold hundreds of bottNsof this reme- Â¬ ery Swamp Root by Bonding your ad- Â¬ Co Bitighamton dy and nearly all othor cough medicines dress to Dr Kilmer manufactured which shows conclusive- Â¬ N Y for a sample bottlo and a book ly that Chamberlains is the most satis- that tells all about it both sent to you When writing factory to the people and is the best absolutely free bv mail kindly mention that you read this liberal For sale by A It Fisher Oloverport offer in the BitscrfNEinaK Nuws It A Sholiman Stephensport 1 1 UlTi wvlts iuidlfjiillv iim joo MiiMrtkiMfii win HiOHikittor utiuuT Br i KJUaiKiTiOl frtlikl tttti n If fo4 tltsta II l INIII TO RATisricTURr H as nirnixKXTKi iqtuL to bkiiiim runrk iTLT uictlt TMI OMHDtST tRQAIH TOD tVU SAW that prrAlLATsooou moo OUK UKfcUIAIIKIUt3B90 ft 1100 nd with ordor SEND ONE DOLLAR CUT THIS AD Mat frolnht charRM len the WEMKETltlSTnPRUGQY iiocaoTTHrACToans ciuaoo han mot nuktrr put In tu00 bnirgio Latest Btylo For WOO limi IliM from tho Ilett BtMoned Wood Uttr lint Thnt Moaer Inti nnlld Fd Berlitt u llluntnted or Ilrewiwr 8ldo Oar Mlrtli High Grade Screwed Rim Sertent lktent Tp ounce Dally Rubber lleartly Lined full tide and hack eartalm rilllOuaran teed erual to any llwoo bujnrrwork Ilodyblaclr fie tr dark itrcen or Red rpkoltrrlna hri rrtnfa toniitm r aa r airraw tmtk lair Irntlk M and hak eartil r S30DO II OUR SPECIAL PI ICE nr lea kanr roN ranl wreath UUAriAn I CCV TWO TEARS willlnitn Itlmi Fr Rank al til M laa p m itr roa run ncnar riTiUHiii TOU URN MAKE S600 00 Till Belllnir OUn 83000 IIUOOIKB ORQKIt ONE TO DAY TOU CAN RKrI IT port nn mYcnr DOMT DKIAY iii Jr vl 9H XliBJa c ca nH iiraiirnHli iiiir AddroBB 8EAR8 ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL When you write mention thia paper 1 ICTCa Arltft T IICIUQ UOlflU r i nr sain bv Short waa m ixucrvaa Tho groat remedy for nervous prostration and all discuses of tho eoneratlvo organs of either box such an Norvous Prostration Falllnp or Lost Manhood Impotcncy NlRhtly Emissions Youthful Krrors Mcntul Worry cicesslvo uso With every of Tobacco or Onlum which lend to ConsumDtloD and Insanity 5 ordor wo cuarantco to euro or rotund tho money Sold at 100 per box CIEIIITIICAIj CO Clovclaud Ohio O boios for P500 immOTTS Haynps frtnjsr HFALTH u TAUTY rranwa xxxjXs sa Clnverpnrr K RATES Tlamoatientr llu lootMM YELLOW LAKE Eli Storms was on the sick liot last week Mr Will Jarberd laraily has tho measles There aro several parties spoken of after Eauter Joo Wheailey has become very fond of widows of lale M Jim Mittinglv went to Glondeano last Friday on Moore business Jim Cannon of Planters spent last Monday with his daughter Mrs Jim May How to Prevent Earache Few ailments are more common among children than tarache and mothers though unconBciouB of the fact are themselves the cause of much suffering from this painful malady in their children In her anxiety to haye the childs ears clean a mother will sometimes en- Â¬ deavor to romove every particle of ear wax from the inner portion of the ear and to accomplish thin to her own satis- Â¬ faction will soinelimt s even use a hair- Â¬ pin covered witli the towel or tho towel itself twisted to a point Bo conteuted when you have made the childs ears clean on the outsde and thoroughly dry and leave nature to at tend to her affairs iu her own way In a case of eiracho nothing more irri- Â¬ tating than a few drops of olive oil warmed to a temperature of blood beat should ever bo pi teed in the ear Â¬ Â¬ JOHNSON JlANAatR sSSIonTSVlLLEKv I AAA A AAAVAVSAVW ATTORNEY AAAlAAAAAV V G BABBAGE AT LAW 1 HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY k your flowers She did as he bade her and then followed him into the house up the long stairway and down the conldor at the end of which he knocked at a door A womans voice answered Come in The man opened the door remaining outside while the littlu feet advanced timidly Into the middle of the room y Her 1 rgn eyes looked sweetly and before her the lies which filled her arms dropping Ht every step The lady uttered a cry and sprang to her feet in a moment Bhe exclaimed Paudree holding Â¬ fear-les-l1 Martins are here aud daffodils nre in bloom Spring msy all bu along after awhile PEEPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS Frank Campion ppent last Saturday night with liia parents Mr and Mis John Campton Seveial from Hardinshurg and St Marys congregation attended church at St AnthonyV Long Lick Palm Sunday KIDNEY DISEASES are tho most fatal BIRTH OF EASTER Lenten nhiulows gather round ua Purple is the twilight gloom But the rifts show golden star gleams Promise of the light crowned tomb Dark nnd darker grow the shadows Till ihe gloom of Jalvarys night Through the rifta Hope sees the dawn star Herald of the Easter light Written for the News hy Miss Maggie Rhodes McDaniels EASTER LILIES A ThiB is tliii first production of beautiful story written for the Nkwh by Misa Magsjio Rhodes of McDaniels her artistic pen and promises for her a bright future icy bands of Winter had been the chilly blasts were htaril no Ioniser Sprint was here with her April which buds and dewy blowiomH upon us her sweet brenth laden breathes witli the fragrance of delicious lies and the soul stirring lilac had come to cheer us witli her eniiles of sunshine through and bring again the tears of rain glorious feast of Kister to band A time when wm arise from the wintery gloom of misdeeds lift up our liearta and mount onward striving to do the Mak ers will which brings peace and con tentmnnt to the soul making life one sweet May day How wo love to linger near the door step on the beautiful April evenings inlialinir the freshness and fragrance of Spring enjoying the pale light of the new moon Yet one who loved this beauty was doomed to lie in a very small room at an bumble littlu inn from the windows of which could bo had only an indistinct glImp9eof a stately chateau in the dstance a scene that nmdo the heartthrobs more heavy of this young and handsome woman who lay there with th bright flush of fever burning on her ch eks tossing her arms wildly about from ude to side Ab Kutiful little girl about six jears old Ienned oyer the bed her lips trembling mid eyes tilled with tears she Oh mimiina mamma darling murmured dont you know your Ittle AgiesY Wont you speak to ma A middle aged lady followed by a servant entered the room Come away honey she Bald Inking the child gently by the bund Neltu will atay with your uiotlmr Oh Madnme please let mn etat with mamma Im afraid she will not like for me to leave her But she does not know you little she is woman replied the landlady very ill Then turning to the servant Netta Is there not she continued Bomethlngfamillar iu the features of this ladv I said the girl Yes Madame thought when I first euw her that she certainly reminded me of some one and It is ft fine face Madame surely bho Is no common person this poor sick woman Yon are right Netta said her nils tresa there must be some mystery here God rant that the little one well yttWVthe went on turning quickly at THE amotion 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from ft etta you are here yet my cliiKJ uun away to ine garden dearie and watch the pretty birds Ketta will take care of your mother The poor child was turning sadly away when the sick woman stretched out her arms Agues Agnes darling she cried we are nearly there my sweet one and to morrow will bo Easter day She is not as delirious aa we thought whispered the landlady to Nettn The child leaned over the bed- - and mamma murmured Oh it is such a great feast at home continued the sick ldv If I could only keep it there on e morn The bells chime so sweetly and tho flivvers bloom so brightly I used to every year give my mother a bunch of Kaster lilies I say hero mamma from the garden She kisses me and are your lillea seems so surprised but I love to do it though I know well it is not really a surprise She is becoming deliriousagain poor thing She fancies she is a chill again whispered Nottu to her mistress The sick woman gUuced towards them and seizul the hand of her child They retired to a distance conversing in low tones She Is very 111 indeed said the land Â¬ lady I fear she will not recover what can wo do Let ua g dowtt and piepare her The soiiiH tea replied the servant iloutor will be here tou There he comes now I Hhe exclaimed as a ve icle entered the courtyard I will go to inert him Netta said the Imidady The sick lady had ceased talking hut an they left tho room she resumed her wandering compl tint us she allowed her hind to rest with a mothers fondues on that of her child how sad it is we Ah she Bald coul 1 not reach home In timet My darling I can not go any farther but of all diseases Foleys Kidney Cure 8 guaranteed report anything of my friends I cannot A R Fish Â¬ remedy or money refunded in and around MelMtiiels this week aB er Cloyerport and E A Witt Hardins Â¬ duties and bad weather has kept me iu hurg for some time VwWVArtVVVVWVAAWVVVVWyVWVVWVVVVVVVWVVV Mips Veronica M ittingly Kirk spent Railroad Prosperity last week with her cousins Misces Mag Reports to the Interstate Commerce gie Rhodes Martha and Cretie Cannon out her hamlp Commission of railroad earnings for Paudree is my mammas nanip said and Mr Cliff Mattingly 187 OS are gratifying The reports are MIpb Minnie Rhodes Messrs Tom for 720 lines operating 181313 miles of tli little one I am Agues Donahue Thomas Mooio and Nelse road The gross earnings were 1238- Who brought you here my child Quiggins dined with Miss Mary Matting 523380 an increase of 105101583 oyer No one God showed me the way ly and sisters Palm Sunday Who sent you the previous year The net income Mnmina after deducting operating expenses was mj Your mother Mothers Beware of those secret rob 100700110 Of this sum 358189202 t Yes She said It is Easter day Go bern of your babys quiet aud health went to interest on bonds taxes etc gather some lilies give some to the old Thope nleeplesa nghtaand long hours of and 05095015 was distributed in divi- Â¬ m flHr o lad and bring mo some I think they tiresome vigil aro caused hy those terri- Â¬ dends leaving a surplus of 42001999 in i j will cure me Des Â¬ the treasuries of the roads During the -ble enemieB of childhood worm EMnKJ owLJ troy and remove them with WHITES preceding year there was a small deficit s i z Your mother is ill JLOi v j3--r- n For operating Price 25 cento instead of this surplus The eyes of the child filled witli tears CREA M VERMIFUGE expenses the railroads paid out 811 A R Fisher Yes she sobbed she Ib very ill 241458 mostly to workmen aa wages Her cheeks aro rod so red She called A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and BELLS her mother all night but she did not rcnuly l illooa Deep come If I knew whero Bhe lived I EXTERNAL PILE3 WITHOUT PAIN No Clean blood means a clean skin would go and find her Meeting at Mr Sinseys Thursday beauty without it Cascarets Candy CatharShe called her mother exclaimed tic clean your blood and keep it clean by CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Meeting at McKinneys Sunday night stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im the old lady burying her face deep iu March 2Gtu TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES GO CENT3 body Begin to day to purities from the her hands banish pimples boils blotches JAMES F BALLARD Sole Prourlelor We are having a series of prayer meet- Â¬ and that sickly bilious complexionblackheads 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO by taking Why do you cry Madame said the ings in the neighborhood Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug little one laying down the ilowerB and 1 or sale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky gifiU satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Bro W B Snead lias moved to his stroking the withered cheek Are you farm aud began to farm in earnest ill too A Romance I am very unhappy my child Once Mr Courtland Driskells wife iu very A Yankee girl I had a daughter Every Easter morn- Â¬ ill but we hope will eoonbeconvalesing A fortune big ing she used to bring me a bouquet of Tho protracted meeting at Wesley A little duke lilies I thought for a moment it was Chapel has closed with thirty profess- Â¬ A wedding rig she herself when you came in ions The parsons word And Bhe never comes to see you any Mr Finis Meador visited IiIb brother Swell thing of course more Madame Farluigh at Irviugton Sunday March Two years go by No I have forbidden her to come 12th Then the divorce Ah why When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed Roy W B Snead had a corn Bhucking She left me who lived her only to is the discovery of an eminent physician to euro you Wednesday There was quite a crowd burnB sprains and Cuts wounds follow one whom I did not love assembled bruisea quickly heal if you apply BAL Â¬ No Interruption of Business No Knife Was it a wicked person whom she Price 25 If Mr James Allen and a LARDS SNOW UNIMENU followed Madame It seeniB as Tho first treatment brings immediate relief has A R Fisher A expect to finish the cts aud 50 cts No my child Hut I wished her to certain Misi N cured thousands and will euro you journey of life as one love only me MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan ml Getting at the Facts But if she had called you Madame and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Dopar Ib Gomez greater than this Assem Â¬ ec- Those horrid fits of depression melan Â¬ you would have gouo if yon had heard After years of suffering DONS PILE OIN asked the member after tho three ommended to me The use of one box effected ure choly low spirits and Ridden irritabili- Â¬ bly her Mudaine I mean I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It leans ty that sometimes afflict even good camp generals had stepped off his nock Oh yes God knows I would of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atttn rs 6uf Well he has the inside track on the I wish that my mammas mother tempered pnople it is due to tho blood lering with piles replied Ihe patriot who could have heard her I am sure she being permeated with black bile HER cash at least Price 100 Prepaid to any Address would have come at once for she loves BINE will purify tho blood restore once cried Cuba Libre I in the midst Prion 50 cents of the jungK And at this point the lieslth and cheerfulness her very much machete debate waa continued -- A It Fisher Where is your father my child CHATTANOOQA TENN Papa is dead Tho angel took him to heaven and mamma Ib very sad Papa was an artist and had such lovely Rise pictures Now I must go b1h- - went on soiping to dlyide into two heaps the timers which liy on tho floor Theso are for you Madame alio Bald placing a largo hunch on the kueea of the ol hdy and these are for mamma They wilt cure her Cut tnU ad out aud aantl to ua Ml aloo and wo wlU asod jou tali IKirUrKOKDllBKMiaUlrillUlKOUUUIbrnUlltCnOaajHl Where is your mothor asked the toMaaiatiUa You rau eiamlna It at your nearatt freliht dpot and reproaentad equal to orsana that ratall at If rou ilnd It cxactlr old lady 10000 the BroaUitTaJuojouataraawajidl SHOO it battartnan organs advertlwdbyolnem at ataraaioaa par tha freight arentaar She is st the inn PMUtaMioirtrBrleeUU1lleuthellortJ07aaaarnlkUaaiaa n lata V3i vk ic nnu vote mi on nvv uuini ona balf the May I gj with you to see her aiio iuiiuiiuinv uu uniu iiiiui pnoesnaxg Blag In the new Ring oat tho old Yes I shall be very plod Yoi are BuchanofferwajneTarmadaUfora edbroJicm Ring oat tho false Ring In Urn true TUC tPUC nilCCD tionofthaaMliartliUaataalMltaaa4ln such a nice old lady I III AURIC UUCCN ttrumtntaerer made iTomUa Illustration Wit MlxMSm aaown whlcn UaiiirraTed direct from a photograph jou can form vm vf Stephen I called thb mistress of the We bring to you the new and true from tha aouia iw oi iu tuiuni apetaraata mausTrorri Solid piney forests of Norway chateau Vuanor oawou uok antique llnlhnandiomeiTdeaort vuuuu uiiiuruWipia atipbOntylo TluicaCciiKXia 6 feet t Inahea bUb if loci haa lonv u lachea wldaaad welhl The old niaa entered BfiODoandjlcontJ t eiUiMU ttopi aa f oUowii UlaaaiM rrlalptl lielcUaa IlU4la CIU Craaaaa Rim Cmbm The carriage quick l she ordered Traaiaiwpitr viapaaaa rarta rriauaal Forte aa4Tai llama aa S Oruta taeplara I Taaa I Oraal OrfanlU4lu I am going with this child You will 1 Miai urckif tlToa4 luataauri npaumiiif Hataa Brllllaat ai rrfre CalMU IwmIIIImIU U4 I Btiaf II Caamlaftr Pine-Tar-Hon- ey accompany up Ui Bit af ai Hl4MllwMU ClaaataaKaeaalBler OPPIOB A BOON TO MANKIND DR tjz2 t rnSmm TABLE RS BUCKEYE PILE STEii 2 BMrFl n a mumk Â¬ mmTHIT It Why Suffer Agony It DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 1 SKNP USONE DOLLAR dh DR BELLS remedy lll The fever had eubslded woman lay near her while below tho landlady with the other servants hurried hither and thither through the garden searching in vain for the chll 1 A carriage drove up you you will take my place Agnes It is Madame dAnversl exclaimed You remember the chateau we saw from the landlady and the little one is with a dlstancu the evening we came her What can it meau Oh yes yes mktnmal said the child Upstairs a few moments liter the I remember It was a grand looking old elck woman opened her tyre Her place mother Bat beside her Agnes on her lip You will Bee a large gate my sweet Mother she murmured holding out one Enter without fear Inside there ber arms is a park oh such a beautiful park Together they mingled tears and the sick quietly Bleeping with N tta Natures most natural science to a Improved 0 save m Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Tho sore weary cough worn Lungs nre exhila Â¬ rated tho microbe boring mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is lib Inclination to cough SOLp Y ALLQOOD DRUQQIBTS Bottlaa Only 2Bo SOo and 100 Sicca JVeaanf Permanent PosUIyo by It rlu lag BonnilWIeaa rrlBtlaelBeeee THE CME QUEEN In tha Usnett irrade IntUumeuta Alio nttej with 11 m aieeCe irin and Ti Uamaa alaa beet Uelte fella loath ore ata ballawa or tna baal ruubar do to an bellowa and Bnit laather la TalTe THE Aomb niivvini a 10x11 bereled nulhl with frame and Tirypiaie French mirror uliael modern lmproTement ttl IBjla I rKKV a bandaoma organ etool and thibeatoraajt laitpnn Inn VivaIj- e iitillaikaw1 SOSSS atlr r5ro gHp I Pi ri Ill tUiH mm Acae Qaa Uraaa wre laaue a written binding 13 Tear Wiarexi ee by the terma I and eondlUona of which If an na ae ava raa mil ar Mna i hA nt jati a aaa oiii and w will rtfund yourmonty rou at not pariMJCJ HUIUN fWiiMW niim wui M M14 f el 1 1 a 0r4 at aaee Deal II17 CUtWA N1 EED25 YEARS gig j u a RH OLD d nave aa I AM anv taiiualr ftuua to in iwn ruwra Honey II tf qulc and permanent relief ItoiAka toKrtMwUwooatieajQdooU loatf WH BE SURE YOU GET wa f tolls NnvTar NMiy Naiwi I Miaail 0 ae OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHES l- fnotdaa twltb utaelc your nltbor about ua write the pubiuhet of tnle paper orlletrvpolltatt Matlonal ugmnrea nn vaiia ji auuna duk w u mijunuo r any rai reaa or expreae oompaoy in unieaffo oi eaalial ar f9HKkiriLVfiEifeBKiLLw kiu TaaaaZ n T SStPValifiASwfSInsf rument calaloana peelal orgia piano and muucal feArrMWOMUOK OO im ntm n Iii r juwee 7 -vtt J liltlln C lJ fwHaa UXZtutnimnUi AdiirauT nrnee for frae OHIOAOP ILL nfa MM bllMraii 4 -- Kj SINAI SUUIS From Watt Hardins Shop lirdavlllt Sncecli J M44 444 4444 444444U for tho biuret and rlandprtinn dpRtrnc tion of silver I stand whore John Oar Halo stood In 878 when he warned the country that tlif destruction of slvn would ultimately entail upon the worM more mlsirles than all the wars pent i 1 stand where lences and fatnlnrp stood when the clause iu the Sherman law that gave some silver was repealed 1 stand where I stood when you the rank and flip breathlessly watched the battle of plutocracy waged in your Con grass against tlm people I stood with iialloy Bland lilackburn and liryan in that 11 lit I stand where I stood alonp so far as my lionomblo opponents aie concerred in inv fight in do and where I atood in M 1 1 NIT MAPLE STOCK FARM W j p BANK OF HAEDINSBUEG F IIBAUD Prisldent WILL MILLHIt Vice President B M H I do not liave to say that I stand by the record ol ono year or two years but I stand where I stood when that brawny old Scotchman James It Heck was tbuuderirg aunt hernias at John Hherroan II BKA1U Casllnr J TIME v - - - mK t 1 G W BKAKI IHRKOTOKB DEPOSITS MOItltlH KSKItlDGK ft M JOLLY INTEREST JOHN A PAI0 ON BISHOP President M E BASSETT DAN 0RILEY Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank lttrAlillIIKIi 1 886 Ieitchliekl Kentucky i- - With this record I might appeal lli mv own behalf to the gouerous instinctb of a brave and chivalric people but waiving self my appeal is lor you for tho cause of right and humanity ana for Biyan and the tight in 1000 What further can or should I present than tula record to entitle me to your Kwymg consideration and support confidently upjn the generosity of a brave noble and cuva rous p ople to right all wtongi that liave suflored at ttie bands ot our common enemies auu to refute all Blunders tuat tiavo been neaped upon me 1 appeal to you Ex cept 1 have been guilty of some act since my last race that vnou d lorfeit my right to claim your suppoit t appeal to you to dtal with me upon the same terms and in the same manner as you will with all Â¬ Capital Stock J 00000 15000 I INTEREST PAID Paid in ON TIKE DEPOSITS A A 1 RICHARDSON AW Gaiiield Kentuck TIGOU HendquiirlorH for Kinds of others who went down with me to de Â¬ feat and give me once again an opportunity to redeem whatever of honor and prestige I haye lost by carrying youi banner to that certain victory which awaits the triumph cf our party audit principles in the coming electiou Why should the Election Bill which is today as much a part of the statutes of the Mate on tho books be dragged into this canvatfl and the statutes against the formation and operation of trusts which not only dtBtroya their very existence but makes febns of those engaged in conspiracies against the rights of the people and which ib beirg dully enforced by indictments be omitted It is not because the entramtneled ex rose of the franchise is of more importance to tho people but becauso it is the manifest of some to substitute in the minds o the people issues made by sptcific meas- Â¬ ures for the broad prinui s embodied in our platform I am opposed to mak- Â¬ ing the terms of any specific measure the principles of winch if properly un- Â¬ derstood are already so etnbiaceU the test of any mails Democrat y I want the door left open for converts and allies to our cause from all parties I say to all who may Come now is the accepted time the spirit and tbo bride Bay come and he who heareth let him come The doors are wide open to all broad as the princpies of philanthropy of humanity and civil zation I do believe that the cause oi Democracy is the cause of silver the cause of silver is the cause of the people and the cause of the people is the cause of God And whoever opposes one opposes all 1 PHOTOGRAPHED PROM LIFE FARMING SQUIRREL DENMARK 515 N S H R by John Steele Nicholasville Ky foaled property of W W Adams Lexington Ky W A Dick Â¬ inson of Trenton Kytf one of the best saddle horse men in the State describes him as follows Dark Bay 16 hands high the finest finished and biggest natural styled stud living For a sire of high class fine finished big natural styled five gaited saddle horse I never owned his superior I never saw a colt by him that was not a high class natural styled and five gaited horse t IMPLEMENTS few Ired f exhibited in 1887 at ench of tho following fuips without a defeat us tho best endtllo stnllion any age and ilio Hweopstakes Raddle stallion maio or golding Harrodsburg Lexington Latonia and Paris Ky Meetinjr no equal in Kentucky ho goes to tho Woilds Groale itKair St Louis Mo and there wins as the best saddle Btal lion any ajxc tlin b st utility stallion and sweepstake saddle stallion mare or gilding lie has proven a most phenomenal sire his produce winning many of Kentuckys noted prizes and polling at prices from 500 to 300i SECOND SIRE Black Squirrel 58 He and his produce are too well known to need fori her comment It is sufficient to say his season fee was 850 cash tho highest of any saddle stallion in the world THIRD SIRE Black Eagle 74 Sold as a yearling for 8730 Proved tho grandest fhow horso that ever lived Ho sired Black Squirrel 58 and King Eagle 750 FOURTH SIRE King William G7 Was invincible under saddle in show rings He sired Old Artist 75 and others of equal fume King Williams 53 was HIS FIRST SIRE Red Pquirrol REDGREE siiiiiiiiiiim sbLiiib first dam Queen 48 the dam of Diamond Denmnrk 8 Lathams Denmark 09 and Jewel Denmark 70 sho by Bald Stockings 70 ho by Tom Halo F S FIFTH SIRE Washington Denmark G4 Was a great winner in bhow rings and takes rank as perhaps tho greatest of Denmark sircB SIXTH SIRE Games Denmark 61 Sold at 3 years old for 1000 Proved not only a great show horse but tho greatest progenitor of saddle horses that over lived judging from tho long list of illustrious sires tracking direct to him Tho dam SEVENTH SIRK Denmark F S First dam Miss Black By Montroso after of Delmonte 895 that sold for 81800 at three years old a successful career in Kentucky was sold to Missouri where ho met equal fame Ho again returned to Kentucky and stood at 50 a season until ho was put to death by chloroform on account of extreme old agi Montrose first dam by Second dam Nellie by Washington Den- Â¬ Imp Glenco Thoroughbred mark Gl as above HHbisiiiiHbiiiiiiiiB AIIKimlHof iDi sr A o ooids Milliner All the SeuHon First Clii9B in favor of a stricter control of of commerce and such re- Â¬ strictions and guarantees in the control of railroads as will protect the people from robbery and oppression and will favor such legislation as will secure that the arteries I am end On account of Squirrel not being put in the stud until he was 5 years old he has but a few colts old enough for market but when we consider his superb youngsters and his 7 sires registered in National Saddle Horse Register on sires side and 5 on dams side each and all of which have proven great show horses and noted producers we are compelled to acknowledge him destined to become a great factor in the building up of our horse stock Â¬ NOTE All Kinds of Produce Takon in Exchange for Goods SEND US ONE DOLLAR iimik HTuVr IKOS anti truet law as will protect the people from eppression by every form of trust rool or combine that tends to lower the prices of what the people have to sell or artificially raise the price of what they have to buy whether it be tobacco whisky or sctiool books and I embrace in the list all from the money trust and Standard Oil Trust down to the least and last created This is the doctrine of the Chicago platform to which my signature was appended belore you ever saw it It is the doctrine of Democracy1 tempted to be made in Hie interest of the various candidates for office by rea son of bills submitted at the last session of the Legislature which either became laws or were defeated I have assumed The diversions which have been at- Â¬ Â¬ I am Klainum It at ymir rrfitfht depot and ir round iertect ly llifaclory ail Ik- - lrtUt hlno BK IU11 aw evil or Heard nrfxiy the HlklllHT llX1Teiir HHUUL IM UK Mfk r4 fllr might U OKKSIUtUlk 101L ISO OIM1D by lutJfict to elimination rSfttttfsWff in favor of such additions to our farmers to need many remarks He is by Caldwells Giant the great Jennet Jack of Danville Ky that stood at 50 and is brother in blood to Silver Crown that sold for 3000 with one sixth interest retained Snow Ball breeds fine size good flat bone lots of style and game as thoroughbreds I never saw a mean ill shaped under sized mule by him Never sired a mule under 15 hands high when matured Shows a wonderful per cent of mare mules as was demonstrated in showing last fall when 8 out of 9 were mares He is ISIDTOW BALLraising too well known and too highly appreciated among the mule yun fiiSii PSfa ACME 1300 lean the II 00 uw out wlthnr OIUVE UAIbUUUt jf lit nr IIIM Thli itore la ilteNo I OTnlt amlfrelicht charica topUMiJJi mule rrom bcitpliclron eitra llHitlill lance duel mary cover heavy llnlnxa and Rratei lance oven shelf heavy tin Hoed oven door handaome and Ulinnilnio eitra nickel plated ornamentation larire deep KenulneHlaaala prelala lla4 rMnlr hand some lartffl ornamented tiaae Htt eaal eeratr aia4 and we fumUh Ml an eitra wood irrate maklwr It a per feet m4 tmir MI IHKI I a MJUIKU IIUKimi with every itore and guarantee aafe delivery to your rail IU 00 roadttatlon Your local dealar would chance you oo for for inch a itovr the freight U only aljout It AriilreM 1 10OO we at each WO inllea ff WTtlTF VOK OUR IIHI elaSI win FREE SEARS ROEBUCK A COIN0CHICC0ltL C are Ueieeakl rtllakU Ulur Bean BeelMk When you write mention ihla paper ll Office o cr MurtlnN drug More would be understood by everybody They are all that is the fundamental princinle of all fully embodied in the general statements contained in the Chicago platform and whatever may be the specific measure the object of which is to carry Into euect these principles shall receive my hearty co operation and support - The means by which thesH ends are to be reached are so controlled by conditions and circumstances that i believe it unwise to make any particular measure a part and parcel of our platform One of the fundamental princi- Â¬ ples of our republican form of govern Â¬ ment is full fair and freo elections ut which every voter is entitled to cast his ballot and have it counted as thrown All ot pur laws were enacted for this sole purpose The enemies oi the Chicago platform would be delighted to see it plastered all over with special and re dundarifc issues Those who have at best but a weak footing on the national platform would naturally come witli special pleas and seek to substitute their assumed merit on some particular meas ure for their weakness and demerits on tha great declaration of principle con Â¬ tained therein which today holds to- Â¬ gether seven millions of Democratic vot- Â¬ ers Thy would love to Belect the ground and the weapons and invite me away from the Chicago platform tho impregnable fortress that I helped to build and now holding and have me either surrender or contest with them with their weapons and on their ground Â¬ Â¬ TERMS Squirrel Denmark Snow Ball COLTS TO STAND UP AND SUCKLE aeySJSSSWyeWfJMJ-niyiajW-- COLTS SHOW PREMIUMS 1000 700 Best Horse Colt Best Mule Accidents at owners risk 1000 700 Dr J L MOORMAN Mares pastured at 150 per month Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY GNLYDDAN LODIBURG Sucieea to the News Mud ia plentiful now There are not many oata sowed James Dutschke lias purchased a new Riiltai Mies Kittle llflBlinm horse last week Irvington Ky LOCUST GROVE INTERESTING THE ONLY BARGAIN LONG BRANCH Ask Eugene McGehee where be spent Sunday Mrs Anna Ulckerstaff is quite eirk again a relapse of grip C W tlondrick and family leavo for McKinney Texas this week Mis J H Sullivan of Louisville went to Brandenburg Saturday on business Mrs Abe Ditto was in West Point Thursday and waa a guest of Mrs O E Ditto Jolin Hugh Ditto of Owensboro was a T on the up train Sunday for ouisville Abo Ditto Jr waa In Cincinnati laat week on buslneba uud was the guest of John T Ditto waa at Willard HMm Henderson Willow Dale lust week to see Mr and Mrx Clarence Hryner Mr and Mrs John D Babbago of Oloverport spent Easter with Mr and Mrc Abe Ditto Jr Mrs II H English has returned to her home near Stephensport after a very nleHMiit visit to her relatives Mlsa Pearle Foushee of Guston has returned home after a visit to her cousin Mita Eleanor U ilendrick Mlsa Mary Hendrlck will go lo Mc Klnney Texas with her eon 0 W lleudrlck to make her future home Mr and Mrs Ed Byflcy of Indiana who hav been visiting bit and Mir Wm- - Hollo way have returned home Miss Eleauor B Hendrlck has return r home after a most d light lu visit tq Mrs Ouarlea F Hodman of Irvington lost a veiy line EhenatUm Balm for Cured My wife halftised Chamberlains Pain rheumatism with great relief and I can recommend it as a splendid liniment for rheumatism and other household use for which we haye found itvaluable-7-W- f Cuyler Red Greek NYV Mr Ouvlerilsone of tho leading mer chants of this village and one of the moetpromlnentraenln this vicinity W G Phlppln Edltor Red Creek Her ald For sale by A R Fisher Clover Port R A Sbellman Stophenoport AH Â¬ aWH uistribottofl by the Mate department of culture is exhausted Instead of io000 being appronriated for tho pur 7376 wm txpaad BaPPb ot Oom jarden seeds fpr free choltaoaly Lelgliton Perkins epont tho day with A J Keye Huntlay Mr McAvItt Ib improving veiy fast we are lad to hear Cray ton Clacomb called on MIsaMnry DeJarnett laat Sunday Miss Nelllo Shaw is visiting her coubId Mrs Sam Kejs of IrvliiRton Dorn to the wife of Andrew Keys March 10 a fine boy ilobart Herman Lay of Stephensport vlfllted friends and relatiyfra here last wek Mrr L B Adklasou of Queton vlalt ed friends and relatives heru last week Bro LowIb of Irvlnton preached to a large crowd at Walnut Grove last Sun day MUa Utile CUycomh of lUyrnond visited her Bister Mrs Basil Albright last week Mr Lee Shaw nd Mlsa May Boau champ were united In mirrlHe March 12li by Ifcv I 0 Argablght a the home Mrs Ban of the bridea parent Mr and Beauehamp The hrldemalda were Mlwes Luty Payne anillearl Bauoharaps the groomsmen waa Charles Payno and MrMany congratAdklfBon ol Irvington Mr and Mre G M Reynolds Mr and Mrs S II Dooley and Mrs J H Sullivan were guests at Frakes Hotel in Brandenburg Saturday Mr and Mrs G M Itheynolds and children of Findlay Ohio have return ed home after a delightful visit to Mr and Mra S II Dooley Sim Dooley has bought the Wm Dooley farm the old homestead The people are very glad Sim has bought in this community as he is a very worthy man Of course they aro the very beet of coooks everybddy says so But the cake they made for Eabter and put soda in it for baking powders was not so good ask the two young ladies about It Wm Baskett and family of Asbcraft who bought O Wt Hendrfcka farm baa taken possession We aro indeed de Â¬ lighted to hare such an excellent family move In our midst We all give them a hearty welcome It ia with much regret that I am com- Â¬ pelled to give up my place an correa pendent for tlm BmcKENniDOK News as it hai been quite a pleasure for me to write poor aa it la I am quite anxious that Borne one elisll take my place aa I will most certainly take the paper and I would an much Ilka to see a communica- Â¬ tion each week from Long Branch Why not my heretofore woreyt opponent take my place SERVICES The Corner Stone of a New Church to Miss Nannie Skillman is quite ill at be Laid this writing Mrs Fred Triplett and baby Wiida The corner stone of the new Chris Â¬ are visiting at T J Triplette tian church at Stephensport will bo laid Miss Ada Bandy is visiting in tho on tho third Sunday in April A banket Bjwleyville neighborhood dinnor will be one of the features Elder A protracted meeting began at Bew J T Jacobs of Lake Ind will deliver ley villa Monday night the address at 1 30 p m All aro invited to come with well tilled baskets MlBf ea Ella Triplett and Ada Bandy spent Friday with their aunt Mrs Clint No Bight to Uglinesi Dowell The woman who is lovely in face form The people around Bewleyville wont nave to go nareiooteu from ttie looks ot and temper will always haye friends but 1 G E Drurys store one who would bo attractive must keep Misea Ada Bandy Ella and May Trip Â¬ her health If she is weak sickly and lett Messrs Leo Lockard Etnmett Clay all ran down she will be nervous and comb all were at church Wednesday irritable If she has constipation or kid Who will receive a reward for finding the bottom of the Breckenritlge county ney trouble her Itnpuro blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a roads Who ever does drop us a card Electric Bitten Doe any one know why Oyerton wretched complexion Blandford looks so sad I believe it is Is the beat medicine in the world to reg Â¬ because Charlotte la going to marry to kidneys Dont be sail Overton get you another ulate stomach liver and strong and nerves purify the blood It gives and move on Married at the home of the brides bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich g parents Mf and Mra T J Tilpletton complexion It will make s Wed net day March the ttOtb MUs Kate charmlntf woman of a run down In Triplett to Mr Thomas Olsyuomb valid Only 60 cents at Short A Haynea buy they spend a long and happy llfo Drug Store together Â¬ good-lookin- HOUSE IN OLD KENTUCKY Is in FORDS VILLE Abraham Shapero PROPRIETOR SPRING WQ9 Trees fruit anJ Plants crnamenUl treat Vines lhrubt fruit anil everything for orchard Uvn jnt far den NV emulov no Kenli but tell direct at htiawberry anil tree cat reasonable price imtlt loirueion sppllctllim II F UILLKNMEVhlt N hrn you write msotlan thli piper LciingtodKjr Evenrthlnit tbafs good in M0 Liuo Many people suffer untold tortures Bwulf Tour IJf iwijr Dont Tubttto tM from piles because of the popular em To qut tobacco eailly and forever I predion that they can not be cured netlo fulipf life nerva sad vigor take mar tic thdrirnderioTlfer that ruake weak men TABLERS BUOKEYB PILE OINT strong All drugvlWt0aorlt Curegusrsa MENT Prico 60 cU lo bottles tubes teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Hemedy Co Chicago or New York 76c A It Fbbarr iJ IM Successful Revival LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished No-To- ll tian church has just closed a saccwful Elder Beare of Btephensports Chris Â¬ revival there Toe attendance was good and five people united with tha church m a coaaeqotBca of the saeeUag GEORGE II CASIERKE DIUNDONDUnQ kBNTUbKV hf Jwlry atad luuraHM tti1 JtAJ I 13-5- 3- How Very i5 Our Herl SS SSi eN8eS-- n S5 llrattt with yon vhrthr m cnntlna Mir arT illllaribrkbliMOraUAUrl nnom omti rertobura i vfliBfrvniuninf blood m 1 k IflHP th tlaa par Um maaavga ipain l jflL b iWtJ r tail torn ivi I DUUI TH Ink tilth mi nd pocktt- - rJr r vtll aiaalljcurcai drori MM nrliatlv h iihilv Vntiohrarn ITikltwltk bezSI bote m ft - idaaeoo BVmi tafvd Bv rrtfH F I roor MIVTORAI1 fren own 1 wti fiAtUntl On tm 21l m IliWiWWSll trantd tocnrcor HHimiiiiKniiHininwiin werefund moner Spifiig Greeting to All Patrons OF Of kings find courts of kingly courtly iys In whioh the life of man iB bought and sold How wenry our heart these many days Of ceremonious embassies that hold Parley with Hell in fino and silken phrase How weary is our heart theso many days Of wavering counsellors neither hot nor cold Whom from his mouth God speweth bo it told How weary is our heart these many days Yea for the ravelled night is round tho lands And sick arc wo of all the imperial story The tramp of Power and its long trail of pain The mighty brows in meanest arts grown hoary The mighty hands That in the dear affronted name of Peace Bind down a people to bo racked and slain The emulous armies waxing without cease All puissant nil in vain The pacts and leagues to murder by delays And tho dumb throngs that on tho deaf thrones gaze The common loveless lust of territory The lips that only babble of their mart While to the night the shrieking hamlets blaze The bought allegiance and tho purchased praise False honor and shameful glory Of all the evil whereof this is part How weary is our heart How weary is our heart these many days 1 j The News up to Date j j Ex 8ecreUiy Hhorman Is linproyitg t t t A race horse trust has been formed t t t t t Governor Bradley has returned home McChord won in tho railroad conven Â¬ tion t BEARDS feVv t era Chinese rebela aro eating their prison tt t t t t BRECKENRIDGES GREATEST STORE With the coming of Spring comes also the awakening Winter may fling us a fuls snowflakes bur the bluebirds sing only of springtime spite t t revolution Balkan b A Turkey is about to declare war against Bulgaria ia T brewing in the Bryan will attend the at New York t t t t dollar dinner t t Chailsy Carman of Ma field ahot and killed Edward Lng Monday Two Naw York men traded wives Monday The swopped even A Brooklyn fat man was smothered to death yesterday by his fWeh You Are Looking For Newness in Everytliing And Beard s t t t t t have it ready for you All that Fashion has dictated for Spring and Sum- Â¬ mer of 99 is here most temptingly placed Vi Five laborers were killed by a sewer caving in on them at Joplin Mo t t t t t eirs whoso property has been in court for thirty years will get 50010 I Nw York t t t t fPSSGi4S4SS3SBS i Charles Schueiufurtb a well known Louisville baker committed suicide Monday ivife t t t II eV An Easter- - Feter JuniuH a Chicago undertaker swallowed some embalming fluid dead now Ox 1 M BEARD tide Social S woman has predicted great earth quakes in Hawaii and the natives are alarmed A t t t t vWii KY t t The meet delightful social unction of ders is proohetic of a lifo of single bless Â¬ were found the Benson was the Eastertide social jjiv edness ttt The affair was purely informal aDd the The tank tax decision will give 70000 her friends by Mies Georgia White tact of en the hostess made it thoroughly to Owensboro which will be invested Â¬ All the bodies have been recovered from the Windsor hotel Are Fj3rty flvo HARD1NSBURG laatSnturdy afternoon enjoyable for all brick streets Therffrir was thoroughly ininuo and Miss White is an adept at the art of ttt had many original features among entertaining and sle served the most deThe Durkett and Jones families tf which was a neat full of dt corated egg licious refreshments Mrs L T Rued was the matron of the one for each guest T- e eggs were two had other tilings evening full of nndy and Miss Alice Those present were beside- confetti The her thing wen found by Mes Dixon Henderson the Misses Elizabeth Mary loorman and Mhh Ora Alexander and Margaret Bowmer Eliz ibeth Skill joruians souvenir is BsgTificant man Ora Alexander Marv Moorman Misa Bensiu Jarhoe and Ethel Orlz of an t rly mairiugu while Miss Alexan - River View Tenn had a battle yester Â¬ day Two were killed t Mre Webb of Louisville a white woman who married a negro has git tired and wants a divoic t t This is to T t t t RenaincL You m rr WE HEW CLOSE TO THE LINE Prices dont cut any figure with us now CATCH The Phlllipine rebellion is nearly ended Rebels are coming in and white flags are fl mating around Manila SUCCESS IDEALS G iiu8 begin t A La Salle N Y man offers 50000 to the yune man who marries his daughter She is thirty years of age t T t t r great fforks labor mone finishes them Joubert When I hear a young man spoken of as giving promts of high genius the Raskin Does he work first question I ask about him is nlway- There is work for us all in this world of ours Hoi idle dreams in sunny howern Ho giddy trilhra with time and health Ho covetous hoarders of golden wealth There is work for each there is work for all In the peasants cot or baronial hall For thrice it blesses us it gives the fundamental Blessed be Drudgery qualities of manhood and womanhood it gives us success in the thing we have to do and it makes us if we chooee Hrtists artists within whatever our outward he secret of all achievement of all culture work may be Blessed be Drudgerv 1 hands at all times Corn Drills Diec ttt Toch Har-Â¬ A policemans stupidity was the cause and of the fearful loss of a life at the Wind rows Vulcan and sor Hotel fire in New York last week True Blue plows t tt OBborne Binders Ernest Williams of Powers Station Mowers and Hay Â¬ Harry Friel a Marion O boy who waa stolen from his home when a child baa bten found and is heir to 25000 That I Jjeep on mPSjrM W8w -- -- Vi KArHBBBBM -- - TtW Daviess county split Jim Kendalls head with an ax Monday Kendall is dead Rakes Buggies Farm WagonB Binder Twine and Fertilizers i l J3T tnr - ZLT - -- Je r t Mrs Patrick Smith New York saved eight children from being burned to death She will die from her own injuries t t BlacksmitliiEg and Repairs a Specialty BARGAINS Oak Suites plainand swell front 14 and up The largest line of chairs ever shown in the city from v 190 to 850 per set Fine line of Rockers from 90 cents to 10 Side boards 10 and upwards or ON TO THESE Â¬ Claus Spreckles the sugar king caused Misfortune has forced into prominence many a man otherwise unknown a San Francisco man named Crockett to When God would educate a map lie compels him to learn bitter lessons He lose 1000000 because the latter insult- Â¬ sends him to school to the necessities rather than to the gracee that by knowing ed him all Buffering he may know also the eternal consolation t t t S PC0NRAD - Cloverport Ky rvyvyaan j Mattresses and Staples all kinds at lowest prices Sewing Machines from 17 up Send 250 to the Bbeckenridqe News and get a 500 Biblo and the JNews free ot cnarge lor one year ia3S--Baaiig5gis- 5 Political oipl S535 tA ill XJUJ SP0T 0ASH buys abeautiM Magnolia drop head Sewing Machine A great bargain SXiaXiXsXgaXSi3 S 8 S GOES TO THE BOTTOM 8 made B in every Promptly Reaches the Seat demonstratestest superioritySover easily its other TtllinHnrjnntlinmnlL blood rOIlllllloH 8tinnt0 tH case nor what other treat Ul Qll DIUUU UloGdoUo dllU ment or remedies have failed SS 8 uiwiiya promptly reaciieH ana cures anj ateonse v A dispatch says that Captain Stone ia dead sure of Scott couuly j Matrimonial 5 j GOTO jflTinfin Matters j the tobacco man ot Woodlord has announced for Com- Â¬ missioner of Agriculture New York Supreme Court judges wear wigs and gowns andfa legislator disgubted at the ancient custom secured tho adoptionof a bill to abolish them but Itoosevolt vetoed it Col Tobias Gibson Dr Dakota Ray is in jajl at Wood stock Va charged with having 10 wives He is an Indian medicine man A wmum FOR PAINTS WTl jlUflll Â¬ READY MIXED WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY for 1500 Wequeezelng her bands Most of girls like that sort of thing Philadelphia girl baa sued a man We have on exhibition samples of the ORESCENT chain and chainless bicycles Will sell from 35 to60 Samples of the best 25 bicycle in the world will be shown in a few days Full line of bicycle sundries including lamps tires and bells kept on hands Repairs of all kinds TO DAY m where tho blood is In any way involved HID nUlol UdoUoi Kvoryono who 1ms had experience with blorxl diseases knows that there are no all- ments or troubles bo obstinate and difficult to euro Very few remedies claim to cure such real deep seated hlootl diseases as 8 S 8 cures and nono can offer such incontrovertible ovldonco of merit 8 is not merely a tonic it fa a cure I It goes down to tho vory seat of all blood diseases and cots nt the foundatlonof the very worstciuoM and routs tho poison from tho system Itdoes not like other remedies dry up tho poison and hide it from view temporarily only to break forth again more violently than over 8 8 8 forces out over mw v Miiit Montgomery titi njotum ui ii iuravur Ala writes finmn vpkt MrsT W Leo io ago I was inoculated with poison by n nurso who infected my babe with blood taint I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot and in my great extremity I prayed to die Several prominent physicians treated me but all to no purpose The mercury and potash which they yfv rave mo seemed to uuu iuui to tho awful ilamo which was ovourlng mo J was advised by friends who had seen wonderful cures mado by it to trj Bwifts BpeclMo I Im proved irom ine start as mo meuicino seemod to go direct to tho caueo of the troublo and force the poison out Twenty bottles cured me completely Swifts Bpeclfl filirfK Mrs R L Hurd married only eight weeks Is alleged to have taken mor- Â¬ phine at Versailles with the intention of VH Coin Harvey has resigned ending her life Rufaa Hazalwood a widower of 65 as manager of thu democratic ways and with livfi soap was married at Hunting means committee and ia succeeded by ton VY V to Mrs Harriett Wofford Ham B Cook of Missouri owing to a three times a widow and the mother ot disagreement with members of the six grown daughters M General line of Hamman Son Cloverport Ky Drugs Ana We Make a Specially of Printing committee Late dispatches say that Admiral Kaulz of tho Philadelphia had with the Koglish Bhlpa boon hurling shells into Samoan towns hostilities beioc provoked by the Oerman consul sup porting the rebels E Harris tho man who attained some notoriety during tho Congressional campaign by maligning Gov McOroary in a card was chosen the Democratic nominee for the Legislature from Jesaa mine over two opponents by a plurality of 141 Y Sundries CIGARS TOBACCO AND On rjas Returned Mre Lucy Temple who has been visit Â¬ ing frieuds and relatives in the South lia returned to the north from the laud ol flowers She la now at her home near Powers Daviess county and ia on joying good health 88 HORSE AND JACK BILLS M- - Paper Cloth or Cardboard S r-- if DB IN THE 5W1M Get your picture taken before the sun will freckle your face Pric s are all right at Kngita photograph gallery rigut too Work is SNUFF A R FISHER Cloverport Ky SEND IN YOUR ORDER- - S S S FOR THE BLOOD Scrofula Bheumatlsm Contagious Blood Tetter Bolls Garbunclea 8ore etc Ys4uable books mailed free by Swift Speclflo Company AUaaU O cure Oancer Eczema the only remedy that It guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no merourr potash arsenic or any other mineral or chemical It never flli to Is Folios To Enjoy a Social The Young Peoples Society of Chris Lodge Organized Man Endeavor of the Presbyterian of the A lodge of the Woodmen church are to enjoy a social at th hosÂ¬ pitable homo of Mr and Mrs Stiles next has a good membership and promisoa to Friday evening uoumo 9 For Good Roads The good road movement will extend over Hancock county this year Pre Â¬ parations are being made to improve the rpals there HV nfl A f WHEN DOES YOUR SUB THE BRECKENRIDGB i NEWS arniPTinwrftTiiR nkws I XPIRE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY