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THE BRECKENKIDGE NEWS ALL VOL THEX NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 39 HNJOYABLn AFFAIR XXIII lady who has many accomplishments and Is loved by all who know her Tun Nicwfi with an army of friends ex Â¬ tends congratulations CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1899 BLOODY Host Delightful Social By The S C ES Tlwi social tendered V THESE TWO MADE ONE Two of Hardinsburgs People United Young FIGHT P Q0T HIM ON THE RUN Bid PURCHASES Ben Bates Kills a Man at New- Â¬ the Y P P E and their friends at Methodists Making it Warm for Robertson Bros Invest In Cattle and the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Old Nick port News Tobacco most Â¬ the members of Baking AV4I Powder RVBU iiBSOLUTELYPURE Horn BAmrxi The Ceremony Was Very Largely The ltobortson Bros of Glondeane Attended last week bought from W T Cannon SO head cf feeders at 30 per head They Last Wednesday evening the Baptist church at Hardinsburg was the scene of a very happy event It was the wedding of Marvin Beard to Botli are Miss Annie De Jntnette among the most popular young people in Breckenrldge county The young people are highly connect ed and represent the very best families in this section of the state Tne church was crowded with friends and relatives and promptly an 8 oclock the bridal party entered The wedding march was brilliantly played by Miss Eva Hensley and to its inspiring strains tho party made its way to the altar The cerumony was pet formed by Rev J-- W Bigham pastor of the McthodlBt church and it was im- Â¬ pressive in the extreme At the conclusion of the ceremony the happy bride and groom were congratu- Â¬ lated by their host of friends Marvin Beard Is a young man gifted with business talents of a hhh order He is thcroushly conscientious and possesses a high sense of honor and will make a most valuaV le citizen His bride is a most charming young purchased from Robert Spencer 8 head of stockers at 3J cents They bought 22 head of fecduro from John Rhodes for lij and 3J cents Thny bought a car load of hog at from 3 10 to 1 50 and secured 1150000 pounds of tobacco from Si to 7 So Not Be a Fool With the idea that any preparation your druggist may put up and try to Bell you will purify your blood like Hoods Sarsaparilla This medicine has a rep- Â¬ utationit has earned its record It is prepared under the personal supervision of education pharmacists who know the nature quality and medical effects of all the ingredients used Hoods Sarsapa- Â¬ rilla absdutely cures all orms of blood disease when other medicine fail to do any good It is the Worlds greatSpring Medicine and the One True Blood Puri- Â¬ fier Credit to the City new drug store owned by Moor The A Â¬ Biiiffliioriiiiiiiii iHimnHjwTHHjui man Owen has been opened up It is one of the most artistic and beautiful es Â¬ tablishments of its kind in the Rtateand would reflect credit upon LouiByille The splendkl taste displayed in the dec- Â¬ orations and appointments should make their author proud InMltffmfflTtmyJ TTTniHiHiRlllrrTirA V S TJHHrHIHJHHjiSft TfliHWHnfffffifHTrT IfHrffilffllrmlrf Mothers Friend It softens the muscles and causes them to expand without dis- Â¬ comfort If used during most of the period of pregnancy there will be no morning sickness no rising breasts no headache When baby is bom there will be little pain no danger and labor will be short 1 a bottle at druggists and easy Send for a Free copy of our illustrated book about Mothers Friend The Bradfleld Regulator Co The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and dis tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for weak eyes styes Bore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents Â¬ to use externally is a liniment for expectant mothers Hand Injured On his initial trip as fireman on the road L B Perkins formerly of the bridge gang got caught in a wreck and had his hand injured so badly that he will be compelled to lay offa few weeks for Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobucio habit cure inaltos weak 60c II Alt dniBKlsts blood pure men stions Atlanta Be Stiles last Friday evening was a delluhtful allair Mrs Slites and daugh He Was a Cloverport Boy and En- Â¬ ter make every ono feel thoroughly Revivalists arc handling Sin Without Gloves listed in the Army at home The hit of the evening was made by Miss Shull who rendered two quaint recitations in her inimitable man Â¬ The big revival meeting at the Meth Â¬ Early Sunday morning Ben Bates a ner Little Edith Burn and Emmett odist church has commenced bugler in the Sixth United States Artil Sipple pnng Reuben and Rachelin nr Hey Joiner and Kev Bigham rein Â¬ lery with six companions engaged in a tistic style Refreshments were served forced by other ministers are now de- Â¬ riot at Newport News Va and the evening was most enjoyahly livering bodv blows on sin The battle resulted in the death of spent Rev Bigham a most forceful speaker O conductor Charles Wilkerson a O ii who shows the ilah and the devil up in and in tho wounding of Policeman Fish Cuts wounds burns sprains and Â¬ er Thomas Bowen was shot in the bruises qulrklv heal if you apply BAL their most hideous forms preacheo Mon day night head LARDS SNOW 11NIMENT Price 26 He will not compromise with Old Bates was raified in this county and cts and 60 cts A R Fisher Satan and the thing he said had the has many relatives here He is a half ring of truth sincerity and conviction brother of ex Oity Marshal John Hall Jones at Fordsvlllc Ail the Christian people in the city Ho Iipb been guilty of n good number Sam Jones the great evangelist is to of misdemeanors and once served a lecture atFordsville College hall April are urged to attend the meeting and if term of two years in the penitentiary 22 Tho people over there are pretty tliey supplement the eflorts of the for forgery He lias homo a bad reputa- Â¬ good Christians and there is considera Â¬ preachers therell be such a shaking of dry hones that this old town will have a tion ble speculation as to what topic Sam surf enough revival All his people in this section arc Jaw will chose for a subject Cloverport needs it abiding citizens and are noted for their Services will be held every evening honesty and good traits They havo the Bad Sprain Turn out and help make the meeting a sympathy of all While O V Sims of tho Tar Springs success It is allpged that Bates had a quarrel neighborhood was unloading heavy logs with Wilkerson Saturday and said he from his wagon Monday one of them Have You Had the Grip would kill the latter on sight He went slipped in such a way as to sprain his If you have you probably neeil a re Â¬ Â¬ to the fort and got six ol his compan wrist and three lingers liable medicine like Foley h Honey and ions to come down to the city for that Tar to heal your lungs and stop the They met Wilkerson and the purpos racking cough incidental to this disease BLOOD CURE SENT FREE tragedy was the result A It Fisher Cloyerport and E A Bates was raptured by tho police after A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ecze- Â¬ Witt Hardinsburg the fight and it was with difficulty that ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison he was saved from the hands of an InNotice Cancer Etc furiated mob of cltizenn The County Sunday school Conven- Â¬ patent medi If you have tried lrtanirilla cines and doctorid and still have old persistent tion will bo held in the Methrdist pimples d slres ini eiuptionfc it the skin sort Bed Hot From the Gun Thursday June arm or ieirs itching sensation Irritatlrg akin church at Irvington Was the ball that hit G B Steudinan troubles eczema icrilula ulcers contagious blood 8 All Suudav Bchools in the county are mercurial rheumatism calnrrh iMison Iecr teres hollt with of Newark Mich in the Civil War It bliiml tare coverei give Ulittle Bsores cinccr or any requested to send delegates U a trill because It taint then caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment Ilr II Botanic Blood lial r is mads for just such V G BaIiiuug President thofe and it to Then Bucklens cites diseasescures otherstay cured edicmes stubborn helped for 20 years Clint Hook Secretary milder blood tail even thai Allaboienamed troubles are evidence Cures Cuts to benefit Arnica Salve cured him blood in the body and II II 11 f bid duelled Eilucitto Your linnets VI CiiscnrotR Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns cures because it forces all the poison or impurity or Candy Cathartic cum cormilpntlon of entire Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth blood humors out all the body bones and to cure sys Â¬ IO02J0 If C C C fall druLRlsts refund foiovor money dnubt of its power tem To remove we Sold offer to send to any sufferer a sample bottle of 11 11 25 eta a box Cure guaranteed I absolutely free II B B is an old well tried fleas les Are Deadly by Short Haynes Druggists remedy hence we know that it ones o stay cured for the pi ri le cured by II II II years ago are well Measles are raging in the Fordsville to day and free from all blood impuilties with fatal results Two children died Anticipates a Large Crop Cancer Bleeding Eating Sores last week from the effects of the ir or Ben Stinnett tho leading tobacco or Cancer ol Nose lip fire eeatlrg neck external there sores are nil disease internal cincer bletding planter in the Hardinsburg vicinity cued by 11 II B the most powerful blood puri Â¬ 11 Ji II at 1 per anticipates making a large crop of tobac- Â¬ fier made All druggists sell largo bottle Write for trial bottle and a sample II 11 II will be sent by return mail bolt Ho has had his plant beds all e nf prepaid co this year m Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Address 1UOOD IIAIM Chiracs up for the paBt three weekn and will put CO 31s Mitchlll bt Atlanta Ga Describe your symptoms and free personal medical advice will be a large acresge in the weed given Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Makes the food more delicious and wholesome powptu co ntw vomc MAKINQ REPAIRS Road Improvements Going on Near Town Two bad places in the road between FARMERS INSTITUTE and Home this citv and Patterson hill virtually cut Will Discuss Farm Topics olf trafllc between this city Patesvifle and Pellville Un Monday Itoad Super indeudent Pate called out a force of men Irvington and put them to work repairing the road The had places have been fixed and Hancock people who want to come to town will find this end of the road oil Will Welcome Tillers of The Soil right Weak Eyes Are Made Strong 2 The good people of that pretty town dim vision madu clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any are preparing to give them a royal wel- Â¬ kind speedily and effectually cured by come The program is as follows the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye E n Oglesby Salve Its put up in tubes aud sold on Melioration of Worn out Land Grusvss a Money Making Crop lohn L Henry guarantee by all good druggists a Win Miller Sr HenefiUnl Diverisifi d CAPTURED THE PRIZE Iarniln Ilou to 1repare tied lledfar Wlitat How to j Progressive farmers of Meade and Breckenrldge counties will hold a joint farmers institute at Irvington April Samuel Mrs Hendrick Alakes Qucss a Lucky row lii and Fine Crop ol I Tobacto Duin The Most Economical Way to Winter Stcck Wm Ditto Cattle C Moorman Sheep for lront John Wimp Jese Clarkson The handsome steel range that was Feeding Cattle for 1roli I hlns Things Wl ottered to the person who successfully Some Think Wi KnowSome Thinjs Wc Know Some We Dr I W Koote OushttoKnow guessed the number of beans held in a How totirow Fruit Iroliibly Jas Wnolfork jar at TealT Hohens store Hardins What Sara was to Abraham or a banners Mrs Lucy llest Helpmeet burg was won by Mrs Win Hendilck Housekeeping lleasant Occurntiin Frank Heron Miss Kva Carrigan who gueesed 3430 the exact number of What Constitutes a Pleas mt Home Mrs Harvey Kngltth There were 1007 guesses and beans Home Decoration Miss Kmily Montford they ranged from 800 to 12 HU How to raise Chickens Without an Inubitor Â¬ 1 Miss Maggie ireenwell lt C C TukoCiBcniels Cuudv Catliartlc 10c or Me C fall to cure Uruculsts refund mosey To Curo Constipation Forovnr All are invited to attend Lung Irritation is Secured the Contract the forerunner to consumption Dr will cuie it and Captain Will Smith in charge of the Bells Fawn of Owensboro was in give strength to the lungs that a cough steamer the city last week He secured the con or cold will not settle there Twenty tract to tow the immense log raft belong live cents at all good druggists Â¬ OASTORIA ing to Hardin Porter from here to EvauBville There was about 200000 feet of lumber in tho raft Captain Smith is about to open a stone quarry in the vicinity of Koselle Iud and will work it during tho coming sum mer 4 House Burned of Cage Preston one of the oldest residents of the Custer neighbor bo d was burned to the ground recent- Â¬ ly Th are was no insurance It was a total loss The home TWO W OR THREE Of RRI6HT SUNNY WEATHER HAS STARTED THE BALL DATS HAD YOU THOUGHT ABOUT IT I 9 EVERYBODY GETTING READY FOR SPRING SOON BE TIME TO CLEAN HOUSE WHAT ABOUT THAT PRETTY NEW X5XSX8SS IT TAKES GOOD MONEY TO BUY Yes Easter Has Come and Gone But Easter Costumes were at a Premium 1 FENCING WIRE At picsent prices but wo were lucky enough to securo a car load before tho advanco wont on You can savo enough to buy tho slats by getting our prices you ex Â¬ If MATTING - On Account of the Weather The best things always go first Better not put it off too long the styles are i You expect to use in the sitting room this summer Nothing more suitable eaBy to keep clean bound to bo healthful Very bright in color and the coolest floor covering known We havo and elegant lino ranging in price from pect to be out on dress parade this season better come in and let us tell you what We are always ahead of the hounds in everything pertaining to Useless to look for lower prices on dress for both Ladies antrGents Something New and Novel in our line of ISo to 30o Wo defy competition with this lino of goods FURNITURE WE LEAD NEVER FOLLOW these Patterns we are showing ten Mil DILLON tho clover and accommodating gentleman who has charge of the NEW IDEA PAPER PATTERNS PRICE 10c FOR ANY PATTERN They are guaranteed to fit perfectly In FERTILIZERS Are beginning to move off nicoly OHIO VALLEY has the load This long with TOBACCO and POTATO GROWER a close seconds brand Ohio Valley has to its credit the largest yield of established Lv times as many different styles as you will find in the different magazines sent out through the country and the price is so small compared with others IMPLEMENT AND BUGGY DEPT Thinks ho has pretty near the correct things for this season Sold throe Threshing rigs last week was in mud up to his oyeB but his prices always kept him from going under COMfc IN LOOK THROUGH OUR FASHION corn per acre of any other fertilizer ever sold in the county You havo to uso something profit by others experience theso aro tho progressive mqn in overy line of businoss SHEET AND GET IN THE PUSH xs li asx5 The service we render you is the goods to pur customers Pleased indeed when we are able to suggest new and novel ideally to sjiow new and Our success is the appreciation of our patrons If we can serve you in any way our time isyours sult of a long experience Very Respectfully up-to-da- te re- Â¬ KEISTTTTOICY CO r tgwwjto r r 17tjjffiT 8W1W CURIOUS THINGS IN BRECKENRIDGE Items Out of the Ordinary Gleaned From All HER HUSBANDS WIDCIW fc44 Parts of the 44444 44444444 I Just reauh me mv coat Nannie declare youre the nices Itltlo wife in the world County Huah Mstchlev looked down with a sort of fond admiring tenderncra at the bright eyed damask cheeked little wo man who was industriously brushli g his lion heard about it the members hold coat TUB LAY OF THE HEN As Bhe gave it a shake to comnlclu the There is not a more thrifty housewlfa up their bands in holy horror They re- Â¬ in the whole of Brockenriduo county garded the innovation as a Btab at relig- Â¬ process a letter fell from one of the In than Mrs W T May of tho Ephesus ion and they held a church trial over side pockets a letter addressed to H neighborhood She is one of tho beat Cooper He bad a difficult task to make Matcbley Esq in a dainty feminine poultry raisers in the state and and sue his bretheren understand that the Bap Â¬ handwriting A letter from a lady ceeded in making a record in this line tist Banner was an aid to Christianity she cried out daring the month of March Laat month rather than a hand maiden of Old the meny sparkles ot uilrchlci comli a O Hugh who is she into her eyes ehe sold eighty five dozen eggi Bet seven Satan Sixty years ago the good sisters of That Is my secret Mre Matchlev lions and had eggs to eat and custard pies in abundance during that time the church did not look with envious ho returned with assumed dignity Since November she has sold 320 dozen eyes upon the fasbion plates and then Is in on business 7 Certainly it is on business eggs The hens that help to earn her try to emulate the thing of beauty thry he an Give me my hat theres a pin money are unusually industrious as saw thereon The woman who would swered And now good by until 4 may bo judged from the fact that the wear a feather in her hat or have a darling whole number of 3840 egaa were laid by gaudy color or ornament any where oclock Nannlo Matchley had beon a farmers sixty hens Well put Mrs Mays record about her attire was pointed out as a worldly Jtzebel and the personification daughter although and against anybodys sho bad of alt the vices or Vanity Fair Women lived in the city since her marriage with wore sun bonnets and the plainest of tho thriving young lawyer her heart COL HOLTS CATCH clothes and without the aid of orna- Â¬ still longed for tho scent of apple blos- Â¬ Colonel V D Holt of Ilolt Ky re- Â¬ ments they were just as sweet just as soms and new mown hay with an indes turned Friday from his winter eojoum pretty and just as lovable sixty years cribable yearning As ehe glided around in Florida He brought back with him ago as they are to day tho room intent on her various house- Â¬ a trophy of his skill as a disciple of the hold duties a knock Bounded at the gentle Isaak Walton The trnpy is a door skeleton of the head and jaws of a gigan- Â¬ A FAIOUS NlflROD Its that tedious gossiping old Mrs tic hammer headed shark Tho fish Bonueau said Nannie to herself Now measured fourteen feet and weighed In days of old the fame of Daniel I am in foi an hour of neighborhood It was about a thousand pounds caught by tho Colonel at Naples Fla a Boones prowess as a hunter and his news Good morning Mis Bonneau skill as a marksman went through the Are you well to day The jaws are now on few days since I am tolerably well she answered lluynes drug land and was so well known to the birds at Short exhibition of tho air and the beasts of the field goomiy as well as one can be in this store When extended they are large enough to fit over the body of an aver- Â¬ that when Daniel would point his gun at vale of tears a coon up a tree tho latter would call out Why whats the matter now Nan Â¬ The jaws were armed age sized man dont shoot Daniel Ill come down nie asked repressing a smilo with seven rows of wicked looking In these days of modern breech load Do you mean Mrs Mathley that you movable teeth ing shot guns F F McManaway of have never suspected the presence of Dukes occupies a relative position the canker worm that is gnawing at RELIC OF THE MODOC WAR the toward squirrels that Boone did toward bud of your domestic happiness asked Another rare relic has been added to coons the old dame the museum at Fishers drug store It McManaway is the champion fqulrrel What in the name of common sense is an Indian pipe that was picked up inthe hunter in this section He goes about do yon mean lava beds in California near the Bpot his hunting in a cold blooded way He Ah these wives these innocent de-Â¬ where General Anderson was killed in makes a business rather than a sport of luded unsuspecting wlveB I sho groan- Â¬ the Modoc War it and if there are none of the little ani- Â¬ ed If you had diBguised yourself this The pipe is an ornate specimen of mals left in this section next year it is morniiip Nannio and followed your aboriginal workmanship nnd may have because McManaway and his equirel wretched huBband to what he called belonged to Captain Jack Shanknasty gun have been abroad in the Hnd business Jim or Scar Faced Charlie tho murderOn Thursday Mr McManaway sent in Well gasped Nannie ous chiefs of the Modots Tho bowl is to this office a tabulated statement of You would have seen sights that made of clay It is of a deep red tint the number of squirrel he had killed would have curdled tho very blood in without pores or blemishes of any kind during the season of 1808 your veins and is highly ornamented with inlaid He started May 14th and quit NovemWhat sights gasped poor Nannie oxydijd silver The work 1b done so ber 28th and during that time succeeded involuntarily remembering the mystercunningly that one would attribute it to in slaughtering 100 of the little animal ious letter and feeling herself grow red The design an expert silver smith The following is his monthly record and pale under the unswerving goggles however is pecular to the Indian and May 71 June 133 July 92 August of her torturer represents scallops failures and triangles 171 September 152 October 105 Well if you really insist said Mrs The red warrior who fashioned it was November 108 Bonneau evently enjoying the moment the Tubal Cain of his tribe for the stem The lowest number killed in one day I must tell you I was at the Anden if anything is more unique than the was 8 the highest number 31 Hotel not 15 minutes Bince dear dear bowl of the pipe It is carved of CaliMcVIanaway sold the squirrels in Clo that I should have to tell the tale I and fornia oak and is a clever imitation of verport at 7 cents each and received 03 he came in there all smiles and sweet is about fourteen for his seasons hunting auger barrel an It looks to see the bold faced widor not inahes long and the spiral part is two dressed in decent mourning with a inches in circumference at the big downward glance at her own funeral end and tapers down to a fine point CAUOHT THE FOX habiliments but all streamers at d jet that forma the mouth piece The In- Â¬ Dock Steepleton of the Singleton clasps and necklaces I eat in the cor- Â¬ dian who did carving was not a close neighborhood has more than local fame ner with my veil down so that he could observer for he had the spiral part turn as a fox huuter He is the owner of not recognize me to the left instead of to the right this Tho carriage is ready Mrs Arnott was probably due to the fact that he several fine hounds but the performance said he of one of them a hitch called Pray let us lose no time my Lady followed the lilies of the model proves her to be one of the best hoands wife suspects nothing as vet And if Tht maker wns a Brule warrior and was youll believe me away they went in a in the United States evidently the armorer of ttie Modocs On Mirch 20th Dock started out on carriaga for la was the most expert atone wood a hunt with his I do not believe it broke from Mrs three hounds Drum and siver worJsor in the Sierra country mer Shot and Lady At six oclock a Matchleys lips But I asked tho waiter afterarJ red fox was started and after a two hours SIXTY YEARS AfJO chase Drummer dropped out leaving Lor maam said he thats th gent Posmaster J mas Wilson was in a jiiot and Lady in pursuit of reynard as has been comlpg to see Mrs Arnott Four hours passed with the hounds in every day for a week retrospective mood Saturday I dont wish to alarm you my dear The times are chauging said he full cry when Shot dropped out leaving Wlen I no ice the great pile of news- Â¬ Lady alone in the chase After an eight buc if they have eloped you wont have paper mail tin comes into this office I hour run she caught his foxship between the least difficulty in obtaininga divorce cannt t help c ntrasting present condi- Â¬ the residence of John Ball and Will Good bv my dear Id stay longer only Sprinkle It is one of the best records I have an appointment with a dressmak tions Aith tho e of sixtv years ago er at 11 Mx deoade ago the people in the ever made in Meade and Breckenridg And away rustled Mrs Bonneau leavbackwoods eeci ion ol Kentucky did not counties the home ot bo mo of the best Dock is ing a mutually smell of crape and dye be Â¬ have lie abnoimal thirst for knowledge fox hounds in the world and gossip they have now and it was jiiRtly proud of Lady and says he is will- Â¬ hind her while Nannie stood looking against their r llgious principals to read ing to ruu her against any dog in the blankly out of the window as if the sun Â¬ ny eky of her young life was turnyd to newspapers The paper now known as two counties leaden darkness already the Western Recorder was called the Bapttat Banner then He will come back to me if he cares BIO EAR OF CORN In our community was a minister for me she kept repeating to herself named James Cooper He was a pro- Â¬ He said he would be here at 4 and if Thomas Whitfill a prominent farmer gressive man and subscribed for the near Hardinaburg raised an ear of corn he comes not I will know that he has Baptist Banner When hia congrega- - laat year that had 1 G70 grains on it ceased to love me How slowly the hours dragged along how spiritless it oil seemed to poor Nan- Â¬ nie And when the hour of 4 drew near an awful dread camo upon her lest she had looked her last upon Hughs face O Hugh I Hush I am so clad shn cried incoherently as the open barouche drove up to the door and she saw Hughs dark eyes shining cheerily from beneath the shadow of his broad brimmed Pana Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAHOARETfl da Mil elateaed Iter ami are truly wonderful medicine I bare tbM often wished for a medicine pleasant to lake and at last bare found It In Casoareu Blnce taking them my blood baa been purified and nr completion bat lm prayed wonderfully and I feel much better In ererr MHS BAUlt K SiLLAUS IvattrellTenn war BLOOD CANDY CATHARTIC twadi BAD You can tell a good horso by tho flno points ho shows clean cut trim built alert ac t hi EMPIRE CORN ap- Â¬ DRILL tion and general beauty of pearance uun frsawrtaco the Empire Corn is recognized as easily ing with its excellence crnCMnTU Drill EaiHMaVKeft CURE OON8TIPATION Hfrllc aed CwiTi CHesse Mwtrtl few Tut tit Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Good Do Good Merer Sicken Weaken or Gripe 10eZiati0a Tho design is in keep- Â¬ HnTf1lin n M BoM and guaranteed by all drug gtsta to OUKK Tobacco Habit iun minimi itv 5rX tmmwaxKwmF9niWrmwr - - she sobbed Dear Hugh will you forgive me And Hugh forgive her If you will promise never to be ieal ous again Nannie New York Dally News ning to give me a pleasure are apparent and the best thing about it is that its action is reliable and never disappoints THIS MACHINE AND PATES TRUE BLUE NEW GROUND A Bishop on True Education The Bishop of London has been say Irg some true words about education He has declired that the only education Which Never Need Laying and are Equipped with Solid Steel Coulter that auybody really obtains is that Excellont which ho gives himself words and ones thoughts go to the education of great men achieved solely by their own endeavors Pope Sextus Y set to mind pge taught himself readirg from the books luokier children had left lying about Obantrey Bint lo carry milk about carved wood as he walked Handtl stole up to an attic in Vih rT J0iiaHaBH the dead of the night and practiced on O1 A an ol 1 spinnet though forbidden to do -J CfiaaSsfifeifc1 r irfts E Jlson saved his pence and liyed bo on bread and water that he might save money to buy scientific books and ap Â¬ paratus What education from masters - Ml WUiW Ml H ulUVMJtffllUr iii Ml and professions could iqual this First came the all conBuming thirst for know- Â¬ ledge and then the elaking of that thirst by making the very rocks in the desert yield water The grief is that so few have anything like this natural thirst and if it were not for the whole daH of teachers who are willing to pump this knowledge into the pupils which are brought to them whether they 1 ke it or not there would be little enoug i educa- Â¬ tion Take for instance a dizm men in Scarborough who have no employ- Â¬ ment What will they do Will they be found in the libraries or geologizing on the shore or leathering the fauna and flora of the adjacent moors Not at all I They will be playing billiards or drink- Â¬ ing or studying the betting odds So with boys Leave them to educate themselves and nineteen out of twenty will be at a foot ball match or playing Is furnished with the Jones Lever Binder It is a most valuable attachment because marbles or if they acquire the art of The Fly Wheel causes a binder to work with even steadp motion over rough uneven ground reading they will devour the latest The FLY WnEEL causes a bundle to be bound tightly without checking the motion of the machine On tho whole it is penny dreadful The Fly Wheel causes a binder to run lightly over soft or wet ground where it would otherwise mire well that an excellent echool attendance down officer takes care that the youhs of the The Fly Wheel causes a binder to remain in motion while turning a corner town shall be educated in spite of them- Â¬ The Fly Wheel causes a bundle to be bound and discharged after the team stops leaving the sickle selves and that excellent teachers see his and canvases absolutely clean efforts are carried out s WOOD BEAM PLOWS SOLD BY MmMSrri J W PATE Light Running McQuady Ky iy usij VS KfJt PLANOiSL VAMlBinders Mowers Headers Hay Rakes The Famous Piano Fly Wheel Attachment Have No Equal in Construction Have No Equal in the Field word to the wise is sufficient and a word from the wise should be sufficient but you ask who are the wise Those who know The oft repeated experience of trust worthy persons may bo taken for knowledge Mr W M Terry says Chamberlains Cough Bemedy gives better satisfaction than any other in the market He has been in the drug busi n s at Elkton Ky for twelve years has eold hundreds of bottles of this reme- Â¬ dy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured which shows conclusive- Â¬ ly that Chamberlains is the most satis factory to the people and is the best For Bale by A E Fisher Cloverport U A Shellman Stephensport A This Valuable Attachment is Furnished Only With the JONES LEVER BINDER The JONES LEVER BINDER has th simpest knolter in the world and it has one half lesspi eces han its simplest rival It is the most perfect in the world Farmers it Will Pay You to Examine this Machine We handle Plows Fertilizers All Kinds of Farming Implements Bakes Harrows Mowers and Binders Bates Milling Company McQUADY Â¬ XE1Y 1 KENTUCKY C aotceoMaM The 1 1 I Niflthnlc ffchttitorfl Tobacco Heart To Abolish Potters Field The disease known as tobacco hearf Mayor Quincy of Boston has suggest- Â¬ Cut tbl adont and wtndto uwltkdou anawawUlModyoutUi is on the Increase A peculiar fact about ed that the city should build a munici1XFIIOTID MMI lltKHSI PiHLOtt OKUiSbj frtlght CO D uhjMl loMKiauoB exactly examine it iiiournunn irclgni aepoi aoa this malady is that it is not necessarily pal crematory in which to incinerate the If you And tt iou canaj repreaented equal to organs that retail at ever tit 00 1OOO0 the frreateetTalue Maty aawand far better oar accompanied by a sick stomach as is bodies of paupers criminal and others organs ftdvertlsedby other at nor jou par the freight agentthan ipcll nil Jj affr price t31lt less the uuia tan miiaiCBam generally supposed The person who whose burial devolves upon the city teas man PRICE one halt the S3I75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 smokes his first cigar or indulges in the The idea is to do away altogether with price chartC first chew of tobacco is invariab y over- the potters field It is asserted that the ed brothers Such an offer iras nerer made before 199 TUC aPIJC MICCll lsoneoftheatlartUuMUttadln I II C UUCCn strumenUeTermatlelroiatheUlaitratlon come by a cardiao depression Muscular city could cremate bodies at a cost of on- Â¬ shown AuMC IJenaraYed direct from a photograph you can form YasW y ASs SssrWliniHiWSL which Solid of itsaosiirsi inurutt relaxation or weakness sets in and ly 1 while it costs 3 to dii a grave some Idea Sawed antique unisn banusomeiyi ecorat ouartar obk npTiniMnfibllnAO TIIIALMKG perspiration follows The present potters field will be Ml ed edand6 Inches hlsh 13 Inches Iflhaafvln long aInches wide and weighs I feet pounds j contains t oetatull stops as follows Dlpioi But tobacco heart is not due to a single before the expiration of the present year rrlaelpsl liulcla tloala CI it Irmeaa Bao Coaplr Coaplr Ulpaos rarte Prlaclp1 fori over Indulgence but by the habitual use IrH Ott Cuplr 1 Torn Birtll Orld aad TI IRma a I Orfa Butt 4 81 OrtkutrslTaa4 Rtuaslary ripe jallly UMdl 1 Betof II Pure of tobacco to the utmost limit of toler- Â¬ Coughed 25 Yean 1 Bet of II Ckrlily Drllllut Ulet BtelXI41e Bwda 1 Bet ef tt ltlekllellewBawU DlpsMn Heeds Set ef MM MJ22iIliMi2B59 BBBBBBBltlMrif ance IMIMITDB 1 Buffered for 25 years with a cough sttQatbMMtSjBBBBBHaBBwOr It rise let Soft Melsdleas rrUtlp1 Heeds The effect upon the heart is to cause a and spent hundreds of dollars with doc THE ACME QUEEN tB N Inf asKllilfMsHuKJ condition of irregularity the heart skip- Â¬ tore and for medicine to no avail uutil I In the highest grade Instruments also fitted wltn Ifsat dCesplers and Teillanaaa also bet Delta felts lea then Vi ping a beat from six to 10 or mora per used Dr Bells uoiwn ui iuo luck iiiu wi This etu finest leather InWVUUWITHE ACME QUEEN Is Talres end lOxltbeTulea minute remedy makes weak lungs strong I flnlhed with frame and ereryplate Trench mirror nickel modern Improvement Ml platedpedal MfeoSJl 1 rfsssssssH Occasionally the vlctom is subject to has saved my life J B Rosell Grants HHSilsm rilEC a handsome organ stool andthe bestorgaa fflnWS liMasssH book published instruction fainting spoils and complete physical burg III ewi CUARANTEED25 YEARS SEMD US ONE DOLLAR Â¬ M vvmbbB iMrCy v SSO 1 VSSg I 1 i- - Pine-Tar-Hon- H prostration ma hat Separator TiBswk The essential points in a Separator are capacity thoroughness of separation and simplicity end durability of construction On each of these points the Nichols Shcpard Separator has great advantage over all other threshing machines Any one of the nine sizes will thresh more and save more grain than the corresponding size of any other separator The Nichols Shcpard Separator is as strongly sim Â¬ ply yet perfectly made as a separator can be The woric of separation Is done without the aid of pickers raddles forks or other complicated parts that in other mtchinescause continual bother and exoense m H LJj by breaking or wearing out iMmBF uhn MHgHKUBBpPjMrK -- zlWWl Mr7V V JIBH las 7htHLl ATBCJ Ts stews alMwl4l ead ready M part ot the Nlchols Sliepard Sepa- Â¬ rator and tho Nichols Shcpard Writo for largo freo catalogue that pictures and explains every TRACTION ENGINE NICHOLS 8HEPAR3 CO Battl Creak Mloh Branch Uouaent NASHVILLE TENNESSEE ami Nannie what ails voua8ked Hugh and little Allie climbed upon her moth- Â¬ ers hoayy eyes and cried Mamma sick Mamma feol bad Allio bo aorry At that moment a carrisgt stopped in front of a Dretty little cottage literally vailed in crimson roses and splce scented honeyiuckles 0 what a lovely placa cried Nan- Â¬ nie roused for a single Instant from her melancholy torpor Would you like it for a home Nan Â¬ nie asked her husband Would you like it O Hugh I But you knowwo caut afford such a place Cant we though I said he hia whole face radiant with happiness and triumph But we can It is yours Nannie Mine I bought It this morning And here comes the lady who owned it Mrs Ar- Â¬ nott as au elderly person in black ard a widows cap camea out this is my 1 If the case Is not too far advanced atrophine acts as a potent remedy This drug should never be used except oa the advice of an experienced physician as it contains the most dangerous ingredients lMeQeeea Urraawe issue a written blndlng25Tesr guarantee by the terms and conditions ot which If any part gtres out we repair It free of charge Try It aa seta ana we win retunu your money it you are not of Krf ectlr estlilled too Um ansae will be sold ai RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED dot dealt with nt ask your nelzlbor about us write the publisher of this paper or Metropolitan National OUR it Ordraloaie Doaldely mmmms gggggmF prices iiI1 jZSlS LADIES W KIDNEY of all diseases DISEASES aro the most fatal SEARS otlOEBUCK ipeclal organ piano and mnlcUlnfrumentcaUlogue ddressT CO Inc Fulton DuplalneiandtVatiuaStt When willing meniirn this rarer ipiruxnstmosadapi elweTemnlnglnmueallhtromenUetfoVetwhn ouioinn Write for free t- Foleys Kidney Cure a guaranteed DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY remedy or money refunded A R Fish Â¬ er Cloverport and E A Witt Hardins burg Do you want an article that A dood Woman Never OrowsOId Years may pass over her head but If you cannot got in your own town t benevolence and vlrture dwell In her hear uhe is as cheerful as when the but is handlod by a big concern in spring of life opened to her view When Louisville If so drop a letter we look at a good woman wo never think of her age she looks as charming a stating your needs to when the rose ot youth first bloomed on her cheek The rose has not faded yet it will never fade In her neighborhood MISS AODIE G DITTO she is everybodys friend and benefactor Who does not rtepect and love the Purchasing Agent woman who has passed her days in acts 1919 Brook Street of kindness and mercy We repeat uch a woman can never grow old She Louisville Ky will always be fresh and buoyant in spirits and active In deeds of mercy and benevolence Bur the fcMfutw of aAaAavvaaaaiaaavyy ATTORNEY AT LAW y V G BABBAGE i ARDINSBURG KENTUCKY i l 1 1 PREPAEED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS M wife Hugh I O Hugh I this was Mrs Bon neans widow then Mrs Bonneaua widow My dear what do you meau And with scarlet blushes of shame Nannie told the story of Mrs Bonneaua gossip and lier own foolish jeal ualy While all tho time you were plan- - O ssssssssssasss1assssssaVrW A MtMMMMiMtH igVTiin run aiocx orutateiiines axtru cytf wvoaxa Th Kind Vw Haw JUmp featM She will gladly furnish you with all information and assist you in buying OPIOB 1 MS L- - WV3 T found their assistance of incalculable value This was not unexpected for the wheelmen have always been consistent advocates of highway improvement and the Gospel of Good Roads formed the chief plank in their platform wheu the LHKue of American Wheelmen was It baa been charged Hint the motive of the wheilmen was a selfish one and In tho early days of cycling when every wheelman was a road rider and rodo a high wheel there may have been some ground for the charge but no foundation for such a belief exists today Since the adoption of the safety machino as n business vehicle by ail sorts and conditions of men not one city wheel man in ten iss en upon a country road from the beginning to tho end of tlm Har and the wheeluiaud Intitett in good roads is purely n huulnefs iiroio I ion the adoption of which would bene Â¬ fit him only in proportion as it would benefit any other inembur of the com munitj Tho youig men who formed the League of American Wheelman twenty years ago are now the substantial business and professional men of their respective communities and their connection with tho organization iu main Â¬ tained chiefly for the purpose of iidirg tho movement for hotter roas Many of them seldom ride a wheel and their work for good roads is simply in tho line of public improvement which is neither more nor less creditable to them than to tho member of an agricultural or other organizition A combination of the firmtrn and wheelmen in Kentucky coull exert an irresistible iiflienco iu securirg tho en actment of a rond law as equitable and satisfactory ss those iu operation in the eastern states and there is no lack of indications that action in this direction will be taken at an early date Tho visit of Mr Harrison a ppecial agent of tho Department of Agriculture to the Farmers Institutes laat winter revealed a strong sentiment on the part of the farmers in favor of a now rond law and showed them the methods by which it might be obtained At the same time it is apparent that the wheelmen particu- Â¬ larly the substantial progressive busi ness men among them are more earnest than ever in their efforts tosreure better roads Evidence of this is found iu the increasing number of inquiries made by tho good roads advocates regarding membership in the League of American Wheelmen and the fact that the receipts of Kentucky Division from membership fees and dues for Mirch 1899 were greater than for the same month hat year Another and unfailing indication of the trend of public opinion may be found in the number of candidates for public office who are declaring themselves in lavor of improved highways Owen Lawson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft CHANGE OF CLIMATE Money Make WONT CURE CONSUMPTION the Mare Jo Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap and t OUS Vltl The Siocum System is Needed A Curative Medicinal Treatment Founded on Modern Scientific Trutlis is More Potent Than Air Alone And it also furnishes the motive power for business We want money and to get we offer you prices on goods that will surely save you from 5 to 50 per cent on all E355 re efts ttr IAR0AIH pryG 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing Steel Cap Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement Write for Prices nnd Catalogue purchases THAT iud will irad tnlkla 1UP HIUUIT II r mMUIIT I O D Hlhla 100 lallMriklf II lUtCT TO IX1XIMATIU1 Jon ra ritmla II si tar rrtlihl apt aaa I foa1 riHrtCTLT RATimCTOHY KXUTLY 18 HKIIIKSKITKI MJIlL TO M Mil Ml Ifsallf SAW SEND ONE DOLLAR IUT4IL T ClT THIS ID OlTsaa sa4U rMpMBLW KkfistJ co ooo i FRBB TREATMENT FOR IUNG WEAKNESS country where the climate is healthy certainly avail themselves of all that and invigorating with a dry and tonic modern science and skill have to offer atmosphere will look about them they for the cure of Consumption and all will sseo a greateror less number of their forms of wasting diseases friends and neighbors dying of con- - Dr Slocums faith in tho efficacy of sumption while many others have his System of Treatment is so strong already been carried off by that dread and his interest in the welfare of humalady manity so great that he will cheerfully These deaths have occurred from time send his complete System of Treatment to time amid the refreshing prairie Four Preparations FREE to all sufbreezes of summer in the fair and mel ferers who ask for it low days of autumn and also in the dry and sunny seasons of a southern winter ftSuch deaths amid suih favorable sur Â¬ roundings afford positive and convincing proof that climate alone will not cure consumption that neither pine laden breezes nor bracing mountain air will restore wiak lungs or build up a constitution that is beng undermined and broken down by the insidious germs of a fatal disease But on the other hand many thousands of testimonials from grateful people all over this country who have been cured by the Dr blocum System of Treatment and are today in the enjoy ment 01 peneciiy restoreu neanti ana strength afford the most convincing eviaenco inai mis treatment aided Dy favorable climatic conditions and surroundings is a positive cure for Consumption and all other chronic diseases of the Throat Chest and Lungs Therefore those who go to the mountains the seashore or to southern climates as well as those who already reside in such favored localities should not fail to take the Dr Siocum System of Treatment if they wish to derive the full benefits of favorable climatic condi- Â¬ tions and scientific medication The Dr Siocum System of Treatment consisting of Four Preparations is both medicine and food The medicines used in it allay the cough and lung irritation heal the soreness and subdue the pains in the throat overcome shortness of breath improve the appetite and digestion and bring comfort rest and refreshing sleep while its food properties Complete Free Course of Treatment Consisting are building up the constitution enrichof Four Preparations Formula of ing the blood and infusing the sufferer Dr Siocum with new life and vigor Write the Doctor No single remedy will accomplish all this but the Four Remedies embodied Simply write giving your full name in the Dr Siocum System of Treatment postofrice and express address to Dr More than a quarter of a century T A Siocum Laboratories 96 and 98 will has been devoted to perfecting this Pine Street New York City stating that System of Treatment every indication you read this article in this paper when every symptom in Consumption and the FOUR FREE PREPARATIONS other diseases of the Throat and Lungs will be sent you togother with freo bas been carefully studied in the devel advice adapted to your case Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If those of our readers who reside in opment of this Treatment therefore the most highly favored sections of this those who take it and give it a fair trial CASH Is the power that makes good bargains UUK OrCUIAL oraer anu reigm cnarges lesameiiw sem wun fKIULS3U90 WE MAKE THIS TOP BUOQV V makers put In itoo bumies Latest Style For 1090 itodr Heat Tliat Moner Can liW from the Hest Heaaonetl Wood irriin far illoo sad THI QRANDttT TOU MB v1 nw KKt- to Jfc - iJm sVflfllW Iltilld ad Fprliri as Illustrated or firewater Bide liar Wan it Top SI ounce Dolly HlKh Orade Hcrewed Itlm Barrens 1atont Kunber llearlljr Unci full side and hack curtains IalailaMluaran teed equal to any I1W00 bUKtrr work liody black Oeardark irreen orlteri IbbaliUrlnc harr arpea Frearh boar flat a er F aai Lstlhtr l IS OUR SPlCIAl PRICE plle aarraw fv pros rarprl wrrara aallTalllrrs aad than OUARANTltD YClll PAN WRIT P IOH IRKK fllddT ClTllOM K 13UOOIE8 ORDEIl ONE TO DAY YOU CAN Bttlli S3890 Irirt mi 00 AddroBs SEARS ROEBUCK fit CO Inc CHICAGO ILL Â¬ BUSINESS Gets a hustle where cash comes in When you write mention tills paper MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS of menstruation Since we adopted the cash womanhood tiding development of organs and body No system we have found it to be the thing the people of known remedy for women equals thctn Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure 100 II3lt BOX II Y MAIL Sold Irvington wanted It has saved them hundreds of dollars by druggists Dlt MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Clevelund Ohio For BalH bv Short Hnynen TiruBaiBtn Olovernnrf Kv and when they want the best values for their money or eggs yyaiiliMsLiiaawswrsiawaMaaawaariaMMnsajis niiaaw or produce they go to RATE8 Tin t r iU loetlaalf ite inth cltu j J rSHifrr TW 2P 0EPER0AY HSwlUMfljS i t They aro LIFJ3 SAVI3IS Tlicy overcomo Weakness irregularity and omissions increase vig or and banish nains Â¬ to girls at W E BROWNS The Bargain Center IRVINGTON KENTUCKY -- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il - ma nxmjnmT HH PHW t l l W HWit L tfTli KS p aivnv Drurys Breeding Stock Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE ia guaranteed to cure you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife No Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Interruption of Business Tho first treatment brings immediato relief cured thousands and will euro you MIL T S WILCOX prominent morchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Eire Depar- It has M After years of suffering DONS PILE OIN omtnended to inc The uc of one box effected I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it of brincimr vour wonderful remedy to the atten fering with piles afTS Price 100 Prepaid to any Address To the Public In offering tho services of tho following breeding stock wo do not hesitate to say that wo believe it to be as good as can found in the state Not only well bred on tho side of their sires but equally as well through their dams a very important thing in a breeder ABOUT GOOD ROADS distributed it naturally follows that the all classes of citiz s ia on y one more expense incurred in their construction link in the chain of evidence that Ken should be borne in an equitable propor tuckians are always alive not only to tion by eveiy citiz in and that any tax their personal comfort but to their ma intended to defray such expense should terial interests aa well While they en- Â¬ be general and levied upon personal joyed the exhilaration of driving a fast and city property aa well as upon farm This idea is trotter over smooth hard roads they lands and improvements realized that the same roaJs enable the neither new nor revolutionary in princifarmer to reacii his market at ss than ple but is the crystallization of opinion one fifth tbe expense entailed by the following years of study on the part of old mud roads and the consideration most thoughtful and progressive people The demand for better roads has bethat touches the pocket is the one that And this tin ncial con- come so general throughout Kentucky rules the woil sideration in its relation to highway that there is good reason for believing conditions does not mora closely aflect that the next session of the legislature the farmer than other citizens Manu will provide some means of relief frm facturers merchant farmers professionthe burdens imposed by the existing al men of every class and in fact all road laws and many candidates are bas public spirited individuals who consider ing their claims for votes upon their adthe welfare of their state and communi- vocacy of good roads Few of them ty as well as their personal int rsts however seem to have any dt fi lite idea realiz d that reduced cost of transporta- Â¬ of the provisions which they would em tion adds to the wealth of tho producer body in the desired law and in this con and enables him to enjiy many luxuries nection it might be well for them to which under reversed conditions are de Â¬ study the results produced by similar nied him Nor is financial gain tho only legislation iu other states adyantag to be derived from good roads The rond law now in force in New for ease of communication promotes eduJersey furnishes rrobably the best illuscation and provides opportunities for soeffect of modern methods cial intercourse which in has favored tration of localities can bo enjoyed only to a limit as applied to the construction and main tenance of public high way e Under this ed extent law the abutting proporty pays ten per In referring to the producer as a cent of the cost of construction while benfiuiary of good roads it is not intend the states pays one third and tho county ed that the term should apply to the the remainder These proportions farmer alone for the manufacturer and would of course vary in different states his employe as factors in the production because of lcal conditions but the prinof wealth are quite as important as the ciple of distributing the expense is apagriculturist and the same 1b true in plicable to every Btate It would be un some degree of every individual who just to require the state to pay the entire aids in the distribution of tho products expense The counly which furnishes required by the consumer t muBt be nearly all the the trafli j passing over the admitted that eyery person Is a consum- Â¬ road should contribute a generous er and it is apparent that with the ex share and the abutting property being ception of a very small proportion of the enhanced in value by the existence of population all Americans are producers the road should bear a fair proportion The farmer and the city dweller are mu In fact tho increased soiling value of tually dependent each upou the other farm lands in New Jersey bas so far ex Either without tho other ceeded the cost of the roads as to prove for supplies must be derived of many comforts which a source of unexpected profit to the have now become nect sallies and on owners wbiU the easy and inexpensive the ottier hand whatever contributes to means of reaching the markets at all the Wi lfare 0 one must prove beneficial seasons adds materially to the income to tho other This fact ia more forcibly derived from farm products 80 univerillustrated in connection with public sally popular ia tho law that more peti- Â¬ highways than in any other way for the tions for new roads are being filed than same road which makes it possible for can be gianted prompil and almost the the farmer to reach bis market cheaply entire time of the Highway Commission also enable the nmebants and manufac- er ia occupied in hearing the pleas of turer to distribute their products at farmers who urire immediate consideraThe New Jersey small expense and each is benefited tion of their claims either in reduced expenses or in wer law because of tho length of time it has cost of gode been in opqratlon offers tho best oppor tunity to thosi wuo desire to acquaint Blnue it is so plain that all classes are themselves with the merits of the state benefited by good roade it should be aid system though the IIIgble Arnv Â¬ equally plain that the cost of construct- strong laws in Pennsylvaniamore reo nt ing the roads aboul 1 be equitably dis- ly enacted are operating to the enliro tributed among all who reap the benefits satisfaction of ha citiz ins of those states This proposition seems so reasonabl t that it cannot be successfully assailed The enactment of good road laws In and the old theory that the farmer Is the eastern states was secured through the onlysole benullcdiary of good roads tha combined efforts of the farmers and and miut therefore construct them en tho wheelmen In New Jersey the tirely at his own expense- It is irrepara movement was initiated by the farmers bly exploded The benefits arising who sought the aid of the wheelmen stad 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 The widespread and rapidly growing interest in improved high way i amort from improved highways being widely Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Was Bired and foaled at Lexington Ky This high styled Kentucky saddle stallion will make the season of 1899 at my place one mile east of Bewleyville on Louis- yiue roan PEDIGKEE Bourbon No 559 was sired by Fayette Denmark No 00 he by Ned Gaines Denmark he by race horseDiomedo he by imported Hedgeford First dam by Ball Stocking Second dam by Bsrtraud Filth dam by Highlander NOTE You will notice from this renowned sires breeding that he is backed up by the strongest families of Dnmarka ou the sires side clear back to thorough Â¬ breds On his dams side ho has some of the bast crosses of saddle families to be had strongly hacked up by thoroughbreds both on sire and dams side DESCRIPTION Bourbon Denmark is a beautiful bay 10 hands high and as much natural styln as any stallion in the state and is as fine a breeder as can be lound He breeds his colts with style and finish solid color and plenty of size child should be taken to a dentist Breeds very strongly after himself nine n k of every ten going the gaits by the gaits mothers side He trannmita ac I was reading an advertisement of all natural and not acquired his saddle all tneties very readily because his to be areÂ¬ adgaits easily but especially He goes Chamberlains GLolic Cholera and Diar- Â¬ mired in his running walk rhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter- Â¬ prise recently which leads me to write this I can truthfully say I never used Canary Bird is an in bred Black Warrior black with mealy points is of fine any remedy equal to it for colic and diar- Â¬ carriago and splendid action with heavy bone As a breeder of first class mules rhoea I have never had to use more his character is well known TERMS Bourbon Denmark 8 to insure a living colt payable when colt is than one or two doses to cure the worst foaled case with myBelf or childre- n- W A Canary Bird 0 to insure live colt payable when colt is foaled Stkoud Popomoke City Md For Bale Extending A few mares from a distance kept on gras without extra charge by A It Fisher Oloverport and It A thanks for patronage in the past with hope that our stock merits a continuance of Shellman Stephensport same I am very respectfully Childrens Teeth The enamel of a childs tooth is ex trtmely delicate and hard brushes should therefore be avoided Tooth powders are not necessary for children living on simple milk foods but the tiniest little maid should havo her teeth washed and brushed twice a day and a little weak myrrh and water tepid is quite enough to clean both teeth and gums When the second teeth come if they should show a tendency to lap they should be pressed frequently into theh proper position It is very easy to train the teeth by regular pressure at certain fixed times every day The in Â¬ stant there is the least sign of decay or a dark spot appears upon a tooth the Â¬ DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN DENMARK BOURBON II S It No GJ N A BOON TO MANKIND hy 3 s iZrrjm a sffiii Sai2 mKummM BVPnussrirnKraiTi IrwlfiMrTfLBiTTTlUMl i DR TABLEfTS BUCKEYE Ed u i ma nut mm JACK CANARY BIRD ill lirrtiima tif CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes dy Mail 75 cents bottles 60 Cents JAMES F BALLARD A Sole Proprietor - - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO 1 Â¬ Â¬ te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sam Davis Tennesseo will soon erect a statue to Sam DaviB the Confederate spy who died as bravoly as did Nathan Hale dur- Â¬ ing the Revolution George Julian Zl nay executed the work Sam Davis was trooper in the Second Kun a tucky cavalry He was captured with important papers on his person He was offered his life if he would reveal the name of tho person of whom he had ob- Â¬ tained them He replied If I had a thousand lives I would lose them all hero before I would betray a friend He died without a semblance of fear CHAS H DRURY F R WILDER 628 J Fourtii St For sale bv It Fi her Olovnrnnrt Kv SEND ORADE DROP CABINET Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky HARDIN IN IRVINGTON Every Wednesday and 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bo one of thorn struck tho popular fancy wo term MODERN MERCHANDISING and thnt U tho reason it lias mot with instant success haa Hundreds aro at work reaping easy fruits of their labor and thousands aro yot to do so YOU should Â¬ Wo havo Bocured tho confldenco of tho people for the system is based on sound buBinosB principles By purchasing a 81 membership in Â¬ CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children Tin Kind You Havi Always Bought Bears the Signature of The American Co Operative Merchandising Association coupons worth Send One Dollar and certificate with ton YOU WILL BE ENABLED TO SECURE TEN DOLLARS WORTH OP GOODS Send to day Your dollar back if you want it 10U each will be sent you Address vrro r3srAC3 Ei Nos 177 179 Â¬ Elm Street Dallas Texas - Â¬ Ui7r74rfU u -F- -- Jrjfr S - Breckenridge Ino Si News ud Puprfitn 1899 It Unfading Cotton CURRENT Dyes 7 Q Bfttbigt Editor TOPICS Fast Diamond Dyes for Cotton I make a motion that Mary Ellen Lease be invited to that Jeflersonlan dinner Why not have dinner trusts WEDNESDAY APRIL la Make Unfading Colors EIGHT PAGES tt rU pr Hie CARDS OP THANKS rer UtOUm f 10 eeati per Hie OBITPAKIBS charged at flifl ItUrRd fort nt fr rU f 6 KONIV IN ADVANCE Spring Is better Into than never Good roads good markets Caldwell Ib a girl of much musical ability culture We aro glad to know hor first public appearance in her own city was attended by a large appreciative audi- Â¬ ence and that she acquitted herself with groat honor Miss Margurllo Cannot bo Washed Out in Soapauds or Faded by-Sunlight and The ume dyei will never make full fait color on both wool ami cotton and hence Diamond Ojes have a special line of colors for cotton Their fist cotton dyes are gunranteed to give perfect satisfaction and to make c lors that cannot be washed out In strong soapsuds and that will not fade when exposed to the sunlight If you wish to dye coton giods use only the fast Diamond Dyes for cotton and you will have success Â¬ gooa times Like Banquos ghost P Watt Hardin will not down Those aro Graves Charlie Summers charges against Faster Lilies in last issue by Miss Maijgie Rhodes of McDaniels was hor Shu should cultivate first production the muse Invite inspiration to bide not a wee but indefinitely I onjoyed the sweet little story as well as her stanza Birth of Faster Good roads lead to progress and do away with poverty Now Si Pate do your duty and the people will arise and call you blessed It cannot be said that Charlie Som mere is in comfortable financial circum- Â¬ stances him or herself To snub is the branded parvenu To slight or wound is an evidence of a llght woight brain My father carried good feelings to such au extent that when with a certain element I would love to read Gen John M he would make fearful grammatical Story of Bn Earnest errors Palmers book and and be guilty of unheard of Life I did not like that part of his pronunciations We would remonstrate life when he was in Louisville in 18G0 as and his argument was Children always military governor of the department of make others feel comfortable a id at Kentucky but then bo and Gen ease My father was my ideal of a true 8 B Buckner both Kentuckians ran gentleman onthe same ticket A bill granting school suffrage to the women of California passed both houses of the legislature last month by a large majority the Governor at onco signed it so that it became a law The Lower House of the Oklahoma Legislature has passed almost unanimously a bill to grant full suffrage to tho women of that Colorado has again elected a territory woman as Superintendent of Public InShe received the vote of all struction parties and is said to be very pretty and cultivated The men out West certain- Â¬ ly seem to have treat confidence in womankind I want to harp on one string when I come to this topic Let no woman get out in public aflairs un Â¬ less absolutely forced If there is any one voice speaking to day and loudly to the women of America it is the voice that bids her stop and consider her vocation as mother wife and home build- Â¬ er No man can get any thing better in all this wide wide world than a good mother or a good wife And both for motherhood and wifehood education is essential and aB women we want to ad- Â¬ vocate as liberal ducation for our daugh ters as our sons that they may L e the intellectual peers of man But we want with it is to have them furnished with qualifications to make a true helpmate they muBt stand for the family in its in- Â¬ tegrity and lor the old fashioned home in its beauty and for the sweetness of No woman love making In its purity who is self respecting need talk about being a slave No man with a spark of chivalry or manliness about him would term his wife his inferior because she is queen of home and hearts only I am for broad liberty to women in art music science all educational neuters I want her to read and post berselt in National affaire I want Iter r lv rn century woman and if in ccfa I ary be a bread winner would Lave herscorn dependence I would have her gloriously independent bj fitting herÂ¬ self to be a bread wiuuer lint otherwise let her rule be a home one and let the other sex do the voting and h ildiug Â¬ Â¬ I did enjoy Miss Belle Palmers letter Ir religion were fashionable in this in Sundays Courier describing her trip town some people would get it even if to Europe I know her father well and they had to be good have often enjoyed a Virginia reel with him at the club parties in Louisville in The contest for the legislative nomi- Â¬ our young davs I was present the nation in this county Las not even de- night her mother graduated Miss Pal veloped Into a slow race mer inherits her talents Â¬ Â¬ The law against carrying concealed weapons should be amendod bo as to include the deadly hatpin Some religious people affect to belitye that wicked Gotham is meeting the fate of Sodam and Gomarrh on the install Â¬ tho drink and as tho rich liquor coursed through his blood he straightened him Â¬ self and stood beforo them with a graco and dignity that all bis rags and dirt could not obscure Gentlemen he said I bok to night at you and nt myself and it Beems to me 1 look upon the picture of mv lost manhood This bloated face was one as young and handsome as yours This shambling figure onco walked as proudly asyourr ninau in the world of I too onrn had a home and friends and posi tion 1 had a wife as beautiful as an artists dream and I dropped tho prl co less pearl of her honor and respect in the wine cup and Cleopatra llko saw it dissolvo and quaffed it down In thn brimming draught I had cnlldren ss swret and lovely as the flowers of spring and I saw them fade and die under the blighting curse of a drunken father I bad a home where love lit the flime up Â¬ on tho altar and ministered before it and I put out the holy fire and darkness and desolation reigned in its stead I had aspirations and ambitions that soared as high as the morning star and I broke and bruised their beautiful wing and at last strangled them that I might be tortured with their cries no more Today I am a husband without a wife a father without a child a tramp with no home to call his own a man in whom eyery good impulse is dead All all of swallowed up in the maelstrom drink The tramp ceaBed speaking The glass fell from his nerveless fingers and shiv- Â¬ ered into a thousand fragments on the floor The swinging doors pushed open and shut to again and when thu little group about the bar looked up the tramp was gone New Orleans Picayune Â¬ Easily Are you frequently hoarse Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat Would you feel relieved If you could Does your raise something cough annoy you at night and do you raise more mucus in the morning Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of VEST Now We Are Ready to Show You All the New Goods for Spring Come in and See Them If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it that Reelfoot Lake is to be drained probably thus losing one of the finest fishing and bunting resorts in the counsee I Â¬ Resistance to Temptation Hugh Miller has told how by an act of1 youthful decision he saved himself from one of the strong temptations so peculiar to a life of toil When employed as a mason it was usual for his to have an occasional treat of drink and one day two glasses of whisky fell to his share which he swallowed When ho reached home he found on opening his fivorlte book Bacons Essays that tho lotters danced before bis eyes and that he could no longer master the sense The condition he says into which I had brought myself was I felt one of degradation I bad sunk by my own act for the time to a lower level of intelligence than that on which it was my privilege to be placed and though the state could have been no very favor ado one for forming a resolution I in that hour determined that I should never again sacrifice my capacity of Intellectual enjoyment to a drinking usage and with Gods help I wasenabled to hold by the determination It is such decisions as this that often form the turning points in a mans life and furnish the foundation of his future character And this rock on which Miller might have been wrecked if he had not at the right moment put forth his moral strength to strike away from it is one that youth and manhood alike need to 13 constantly on their guard against It is about one of the worst and most deadly as well as extravagant temptations which lie in the way of youth Sir Walter Scott used to say that of all vices drinking is tb most incompatible with greatness1 Not only so but it is incompatible with economy decency health and honest living When a youth cannot restrain he must abstain Dr Johnsons case is the case of many He said referring to his own habits Sir I can abstain but I cant be Smiles moderate fellow-workmen Â¬ Â¬ r Aitpstterrg Pectoral Plaster protects me lungs from colds try My husband had many a delightful fish and hunt to beautiful Keelfoot ment plan Mabse Bube and Marse Baster field were the central figures in a living picture scene representing harmony at the Fiscal Court meeting lost week in 70 and 71 but be could never persuade me to accompany bim We liyed in Hickman near the lake My Help at Hand Â¬ Â¬ If you have any complaint whatever and desire the best prompt reply of couein George Alexander Louisville is having some varied exper Â¬ iences in the politiral arena I dont know much about Geerge but I know his father Cousin Ludwell had the Accordino to recent statistics it costs nerve of a Spartan and his mother the more to get married in the United States spirit of a lamb If be combines the than to be born or to die The only two qualities no doubt be will ride in the thing more expensive than matrimony is chariot to success the drink habit medical advice you can possibly obtain write the doctor You will receivu a freely Address DR J C AYER Lowell Mass to Nicauragun to prevent ex Â¬ acting the payment of double duty by carriages all day in a snow storm to American merchants There is reason bring voters to the polls Mayoress elect Bays she will appoint a man to be mar Â¬ in cold Bteel and 10 inch guns shal Indeed V Why not let be skirted The New York Tribune the leading individuals make arrests and preserve Why not carry out the whole republican organ demands that Alger order be lird from the cabinet The indica- ticket Please excuse me from a man Â¬ tions are that the embalmed beef hero nish woman or an effeminate man will boon be condemned and thrown overboard Catherine Moore in Sundays Courier tells us she went to an at home of SUXSIIIXr A T LAST Notwithstanding thu ehenaniging of Ella Wheeler Wilcox while In Niw the wither o rk Old Sol has Again York and that Ella has a perfect passion lor cats Banjo is the hero of the assert d himsi f and is now shining be feline family for when Ella kisses him nigna it ly upo old Mother Earth His cheer ul rays r o a tonic to the depressed on one cheek he turns the other I spiriti of thu e ns of men and they have dont think I can ever enjoy another of tier poems Even Maurine has gone once more lift 1 up their heads in hope The bracing air the luxury of natures glimmering Shes in good circumstances awaki ning he stirred the blood of the and could adapt a baby to caress Â¬ A Bent United Statks warship has been was won Seattles city election out in Kansas by women who drove their raising on a large scale She has already nearly a hundred eggs Dr Arthur Walker is expected home next Saturday Misses Mabel and Rachel Stith were at church Thursday oncj more they are preparing Arent those cousins of mine down in offices to vrBt wealth from the soil It only takes a little encouragement to dispel old Breckenridge getting a progressive A Good Decision move on them thouah Building Up gloom and these warm suushiny day Four years ago I was feeling bad had the Soil from the pen of G W Foote belated though they may be are harbinno appetite and was ni rvous I read gers i the good things coming They in last issue was a most valuable contri- about Hoods Sarsapanlla and decided have rilled tiie bosoms of tlie farmers bution and if heeded would do much to try it and after I had taken half a with n wealth of ambition and every towards keeping the wolf from the door dozen bottles my app tite returned and iuothi rs son of them feels like pulliDg This paper is willing and anxious to ad- I had greately imp ovd in health off his coat rolling ud his shirt sleeves vance the interests of farmers educationtoilerti and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and switting on his hands before taking hold of the plow hanules to turn over the furrows The season of rest for the farmer has been unusually long but it baa been sufficient to recruit his ener Â¬ gies and he will go about his work with redoubled vigor The results will be that a large acreage will be put in and the weather conditions will be such that he will plant crops that will be most profit Â¬ able to him Let no one dispair This county is far from going to ruin Kyery thing is lovely and the goose hangs high The coming year will be one of the most prosperous in thu history of grand old Breckenridge mid every man Bhould prepare himself to receive a share of the blessings that are to come Its always darkest just before day and the season of rain is always before the season of sun Â¬ shine Praise God and help yourselves A WISH MOVE levying of the road ally All farmers should appreciate thip Miss Florence Hughes 73 Riddle Street aud send in items and views which will Covington Ky be of interest to that cass of business That distress after eating is prevented Let us hear from the Guston correspond Â¬ by one or two of Hoods Pills They ent along this theme dont gripe My soul Enailio Castelar predicts that this beautiful fair Republic of ours will lose its Democratic character and become an empire And that reminds me that at our convention a few months ago of the Protestant Episcopal diocese Bishop Potter got on the same strain the danger of such a policy But the Ilishop failed to point out the dangers Gibbon told us a long time ago that every dog had its day Rome bad her glories Spain bad too England is hav ing hers now why not let us have our day BiBbop Potter had better confine his colossal thoughts to clubs for the Â¬ 9 I TEMPERANCE SERMONS The Tramps Speech It was growing late The tide of humanity that earlier in the evening had ebbed and flowed through the streets of the great city had swept onward leaving thu strange and almost appalling sense of deaolation that comes Â¬ Mrs Will Paul has returned to her home in Louisville George Drurv was in the city sev- Â¬ eral days last week Miss Sallio Clarkson is making Mrs Basbam a nico long visit Miss Edith Shumate was tho guest of wwwwwwyvvwww Miss Stella Paul last week returning home Saturday afternoon Female class number two of oar Sun day school is on the honor roll for good lessons Say girls cant vou look after the boys a little Miss Netta Foushee who has been the guest of Mrs Gilbert Kasey has gone home Their sister Bertha continues with Mrs Kasey Those who had the little barrels be- Â¬ S tfiV itV longing to to the Sunday School Union brought them in Sunday morning They a ft i den SbBtfO 571574 FOUKmm v trra issti f b had collected a very nice little amount EX Miss Lulu Lewis continues to be the N If UM TI1 JSAS guest of Mrs Piggott W34KUU1IM faif Lulu is attending V our church services and lands a helping hand besides making pleasant visits A nr- - i v S amang the young people Brother Bigbam who has been on ducting church services here left for his Working Night and Day appointment at Webster Saturday The The busiest and mightiest little thing people enjoyed his preaching and bote that ever was made is Dr Kings New to have him again in the near future Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated Brother Walton closed the meeting aud globule of health that changes weakness wont home Friday but the meeting into strength lisllessnesa into energy couldnt close and Sunday morning brain fag into mental power Theyre with Brother Leitchfield for preacher we Next month youll want to come to Louisville to the Music Festival or the Baptist Convention or the Bimetallic League wonderful in building up the health began again and we hope to have the meeting or tho Knights Templar meeting or maybe tho T P Only 25c per box Sold by Short Hay help we need from those among us A Convention or tho Rtces Therell be one fare rouud trip nes on all the railroads And for moderate purcliapcB mado at our Goldun Boo storn the cost of your railroad fare will be refunded An itll BEWLEYVILLE brt just tho time to gcta new carpet on which you may SAVE Many people suffer untold tortures ENOUGH MONEY hero to get many other other things Mpautimo send a mail order for Dry Goods Notions Shoes from plies because of the popular ex Has Guston frozen out etc Address Department T if you want samples or catalogue pression that they can not be cured Wedding bolls are tinkling tinkling TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ V ill JZtAJTUtCjOiD JVi rJijaHQEji3 Uf PU JIi UJljrbCJ in my ears MENT Price CO eta in bottles tubes X Mrs Z T Stith contemplates turkey 75c A R FiBher VEST i rafflSHi232- Kmfl5j WmWJM1 vvm vxzzs feVKVlli rs J va WE GIVE YOU A FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLE Â¬ mi 4 Â¬ The tax by the was an act of wiBdoui The roads of the county are in terrible condition and this is in the nature of a desperate resort The tax payers will find that the good that will be done with the money procured by this extra taxation will redound to their interest The different district will have more money to spend on the highways this year because the supervisors will not have to buy new tools and road working machinery Besides utmost every dis trict in the county still has some of last years money on hand The appoint inent of a road supervisor was also a wlte move This will centralize responsibility The gentlemun appointed S A Pate is thoroughly conscientious aud is in every way qualified to act We would advise the new road supervisor to adopt the following plan in this years work First To begin at the most important town in each district and work the high Â¬ ways out from each place This will glye farmers access to their markets and shipping points Second to improve the bad places in the most used highways Third To make all Improvements permanent even thouh it limits the extent of the work done daring the sea Â¬ son The magistrates have all worked for the best interests of the county and are to be commended for their courage and or their economical administration of Â¬ ilcal court in its last session poor man where intoxicating drinks are not imbibed Witli entire deference to a prelate as reverend as the Blehop I have changed my opinion of him The international conditions by which we are now confronted are utterly different from those which Washington had in mind when be wrote that memorable passage in bis farewell address Many writers have askod and are ask Â¬ ing What is aristocracy The ques tion wight be answered with satisfaction in Monarchies but on this side of the waters and in our own great Republican fo m of government the solution to euch an intricate problem would mean leav Â¬ ing the question where we began Some would say intellect and beauty oth Â¬ ers an assemblage of the best accord- Â¬ ing to a genealogical tree Number third could say how about May fair One is as bad as the and White hall Aristocracy Binned and other was sparkled Who shall be admitted who debarred from what Is termed the ex elusive four hundred Is it family education good manners or money that is the Open Sesame to the inner tabernacle tho holy of holies Clans de itinctlon has al ways existed and always will People aro happier for this social difference Oil and water never have mixed Water will ever seek its level it may tIbb above for a while but finally follows the law of nature We all naturally seek and cultivate the society of congenial spirits but a truly good hearted aristocratic Individual athoart is always unassuming and never alights one less favored in opportunity than Â¬ when the noises of tho town are hushed The electric lights flared unnoticed in the corners the street cars passed at further intervals now and then a night worker hurried by his footsteps ringing out loud and clear in the stillness In front of a saloon weose lights shown out bright and ruddy across the pavement stood a tramp unshorn ragged dirty diBuBting lie watched with envious eyes the men who passed in and out through the swinging doors and then he turned Ids eyes toward two young fellows in evening dress who were com- Â¬ ing down the street They had been drinking deeply and they stopped before the Baloon door and looked cu- Â¬ riously at him By Jove said one think of having a thirst like that and and not tho price of an extinguisher in your pocket I Beats old Tantalus nil to pieces eh Liquor liquor everywhere and not a drop to H your Horse in Front of Moormans n4V AatSltiiiiiii WHERE ALL OAN OlZI tz I We bold up our garments for the inspec Â¬ tion of all We are not afraid of the close scrutiny of the public All we want is careful examination Just the thing and we are sure the goods will advertise themselves Warm Weather HATS Straw Hats all sizcH and styles from the 10c jimmy to tho swell est mako drink He ran his hands in his pocket and proffered the tramp a dime but before it could be accepted the other young felow interposed Say he said lets do the good Samaritan and set Hobo up to a good JL LINEN HATS for spring wear from Our goods aro in fashion Our pricoB always fair WE ARE LEADERS In first class Clothing You will be benefitted by calling to Bee our choice selection of Suits before making your spring pur- Â¬ 25c to 75c drink The other hilariously consented and Our dealings and our workmanship the tramp slouched Into the saloon at Aro upright Btndght and square the heeli of the two gldod youths The barkoepor set before them glasses and liquors and with a hand that shook thu tramp poured out a brimming glass and raised it to his lips Stop cried one of the young men drunkenly make us a speech It is poor liquor that doesnt unloosen a mans tonRue The tramp chase Mens and Boys Hats and Gaps T again hastily swallowed down GLENDEANE KENTUCKY i a 1 rf Breckenridge WEDNESDAY V - - yajwwiy Jgl -- fWSSV H spr News 12 1800 APRIL ft THE LOCAL NEWS J One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurely cure all diseases ofthe stomach liver or bowels Save Your Money E2 I IN For sick headache dyspepsia 4444 44444 4444U malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ The river is Riling rapidly usness a million people endorse Timoor buyers are plentiful CLOVERP0RT No Reckless Assertion j4t i Or f- t - Tobacco cauvam at Sulzera Fancy tllet goods at Babbles A prrlly line of ribbons at Sulzera Ma David Stancllfltf is convalescent A box of cigars for 25 cents at Sulzere Walllo LiBben is GufTerlng with pleu- Â¬ risy MiesMiyme DHayen spent Sunday at Holt Qet books and magazines bound at Babbagea James Lshman of Gannelton was here tiunday Till Groves of Tobinsport was in town Tuesday Walllo Ltsben is the owner of a new Ceecent wheel County Olerk Owen Cunningham was in town Monday Novels by standard authors 10 and 16 cents Sulzars Mies Nannie ltrashear has returned from Wefct Point New vegetables onions radlBbes and lettuce at Slpples 6qulre Aldrich of Hawesville was in the city Saturday John Sliouai was at Cannelton on business Thursday Miss Beeaie Jarboe went to Skillman Monday on a visit Mrs Michael Hainman is visiting rela- Â¬ tives at Evanavllle J D Brashear spent Suiday with his family at Owensboro Friendship hearts sterling silver and rolled plate DHuy Produce buyer Hayaes of Irvington is in the city this week Handsome line of pocket books and and purses at Babbaos The man who plants an early garden is liable to get a frost Marion AVeatberholt was at Holts Monday on legal business R Murray went to Frankfort Col I Monday on lgdl business The latest novels by standard authors at lowest prices Babbaxes Henry Solbrlg and Siru Hambleton spent Sunday in Louisville One shirt two collars and a pair of cuffs for 60 cents at Sulzera Go to Slpples for fancy groceries fruits nuts breads and cakes Mr and Mrs 8 A Pate of Hardins burg were in the city MouJay Heinzs pickles and canned goods are the best Get them at Sipples Mrs R N Hudson nnd daughter Vir-Â¬ ginia went to Louisville Monday Owen May who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is recovering The appointment of a road overseer will cover a multitude of bad places You can get a handsome set of dishes free Sulzers ad will tell you how Best line of fashionable stationery ever brought to the city at Babbagea Fi B Powers of Tuckers Flat visited his sister Mrs D V Wilson Friday Roland Smith the oopular Stephens port hotel man was in town Thursday The new dental parlor at the Mitchell hotel will be opened Thursday April 20 Mrs Esarey of Tobinsport Ind is suffering with inflamatory rheumatism Manie Marlowe lost a fine Jersey cow last week The animal was valued at 60 TUTTS Liver PILLS Mies Ladies when in Hawesville call on Kate Jackson and get a spring hat or bonnet Mrs W F Woymire of Ashland Ky is tlic guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Win Witt Mrp Eza guest of Mr and family A Burk Louisville is tlio and Mrs W H Bowmer well known merchant of Horse Cave was in town on businets J Kaz tlio this week Mrs Wm Mattingly Hardinsburg is tlio uueat of her parents Mr and M p ThomitB Lewis Jack Board came up from Hawesvllo Saturday The strawberry crop will be an Im Â¬ mense one this year Tiik apple brandy distilleries are being put In Rhape to run during the corn lug seasons Miss Cloona Weatberholt who has been visiting relatives in Louisville has returned home Curtains lace curtains curtain polrs and fixtures window shades and mat Â¬ tings at Sulzers If these winds will only continue tbe ground will soon dry out enough to per Â¬ mit plowing Cloverports new dental surgeon T B Renfrow Is a graduate of the Pennsyl- Â¬ vania Dental College Morris Eskridge a prominent HardinF burg Attorney was in the city Saturday on legal business Mrs Marion Byan Louisville Is the guest of her sisters Mesdames Kirt and Â¬ will go to California tlio last of this week Have you seen them If not youve a pleasure to come At present tlio best Bight in town is our liandsomo stock of now goods the pick of the market In brgit new styles and novelties in the jewelery line for tlio coming season Seo our window DHuy The Cumberland Telephone and Tele Â¬ graph Company has completed its lines into Gloverport thereby connecting this town with Hawesville Eyansville Hen Â¬ derson Rockport Owensboro Nashville Whltesyille Hartford Beaver Dam Fordsvllle and all points in their exten- Â¬ sive territory which extends as far south ae Now Orleans Our cluck department is a winner We have just received a new lotof clocks and are prepared to furnish you one at the very lowest price Something for nothing is what a great many expect when they tackle the man with the sjell game and for which they haye been euchered out of all they invested Now in the jewelery line what over I offer you you will sure receive or money refunded DHuy COHPANY HENRY KOEHLER Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ vito correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy poplar and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or green Write them The Ills of Children Dr Hartman offers his advice to parents on the treatment of coughs and colds EARN Am Wm m Mfrj BRANDENBURG Dr D O Puaey win in Louisville last Saturday on businete Miss Lula Lewis bus had a most do llghtful visit to the livington neighbor- Â¬ hood Mrs Jesse Herndon is with her par Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis for this week Misses Lula and Minnie Bland render- Â¬ ed a very pretty vocal duet at 11 oclock services last Sunday Bro Litchfield went to Bewleyyille last Sunduy to attend the protracted ser Â¬ vices in progress there spent Jiminlu Ditto ot Louisville Sunday at home Jimmio is doing well in the city and is well pleased as is his family Brilliant marriages of several of our promiuent Bociety people are privately Public will know in due announced time Brother Duvall has moved his family into the house vacated by Mr OBiyan A generous donation was given tliem upon tneir arrival I thank very kindly the person who sent my music recital to the Nkws and also the friend who so nicely wrote it up for Meade Messenger Miss Rose Stith a very attractive young lady of Louisville returned home last Sunday after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Wm Bewlev hm IPIV to guard against colds Nearly nil tho ills of children begin with taking cold If your child catches cold dont wait a moment beforo attacking that cold To tho ignoranco or neglect of parents la duo tho fatal termination of many childrens com plaints If you aro not informed an to the proper courso to pursuo to drivo off a childs cold write to Dr Hartman president of tho Surgical Hotel Columbus O for advice nnd ask for somo of his frco books which contain tlio most pertinent facts about colds andcoughsandallcatarrhaldiscascs Dr HartmanB great proÂ¬ Tho celebraed Semi Vitreous Porcelain hnntl painted decoration scription is wholly vegetable It with gold trimmings given away free to our customers We have saved wards off colds entirely If taken at no cxpenso in getting up tho most beautiful patterns over made tho beginning in proper doses It breaks up Bottled colds quickly it Is Bctentlflo and safe thcro is no mys Â¬ tery about It Dr Hartmana books tell just how U acts and why All druggists soil it Mrs 0 T Rogers Elgin HL says Dr S Ii Hartman Columbus O Your medicine saved Dear Sin my babys life Wo stopped all treat Â¬ ment but yours and now ho is a beautiful boy It was certainly a fe FREE FREE DINNER SETS Pe-ru-- - miracle Mrs Becking Po-ru-- tajWBSSaS East Toledo Po-ru-- writes to tho 0 free cured them all with Proper knowledge of the treatment of coughs and colds is of tho first importance to parents This knowledge is offered All catarrhal diseases succumb to Po-ru-- Medicine Co is tho best Dkar Sms medicine I ever hod In my house My children had a bad cough and ono of them had tho lung fever I You Can Get 3jWVir8iBts a Dinner Set FREE C3fo VH - Po-ru-- Cieorge Weatherholt Minnie Mur- Â¬ r - fr Tue steamer John K Speed sank at the head of the canal at Louisville Monr-it- Â¬ 3 i r f A jHf m ICft- - rr rlt i V fcv v K - day Ed Farmer Louisville was the guest of Mr W H Bowmer and family Sun Â¬ day County Judge Ahl came overfrom the county capitol Monday on road busi Â¬ ness Jesse Graham who has been brakeing on the road several years is at home again Hoviua Behen is in Owensboro sub- Â¬ bing for the telegraph agent at that point A few wagon loads of tobacco have Deen brought into town in the last few days Painless dentistry a specialty Parlor at Mitcholl Hotel Open Thursday Ap Â¬ ril 20 Wait for Dr Renfrew He does the best dental work at the most reasonable prices Alfred Heston Hardinsbuig was in town Sunday the guest Jof Miss Kate Sawyer Miss Alliens Murray returnod Satur Â¬ Now is the time to make your garden day from Hawesville where she had All kind of seeds and garden supplies at been the guest of Mr and Mrs George Sulzers Bentley for the past two weeks Every man iu Gloverport is an advoMiss Mary Ridgeley Griffith Owens- Â¬ cate of good roads if some ope else pays boro accompanied by little Sue Watkins for them was in the city Sunday and returned home witb her nephew Griffith Wat Howi This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward kins in the eveniug Preachers can exhort eloquently and for any caso of Catarrh that can not be good Christians can plead continuously cured by Halls Catarrh Curo F J CHENEY CQ Props Toledo O but there are people in this town who We the undersigned have known F J can only he converted by a few loud Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ toots from Gabriels horn lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ Mlsa Kate Jackson of Hawesville lias iness transactions and financially able to a splendid stock of millinery carrfoutany obligations made by their in every particular The latest shapes firm and lads In trimmings are handled She West Truax Wholesalo Druggist Tole Â¬ solicits your trade A hat pin and nice do Oj Welding KiunanMarvin box free with every hat purchased Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Give her a call Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken internal Â¬ Col W D Holt looking as brown as a ly acting directly upon the blood and berry anil as healthy as a giant was in mucous surfaces of the system Price town Saturday He had just returned 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists from lilu winter sojourn in Florida and Testimonials freo aid he sever felt better in his life He Â¬ te - John Boling and family who went to Michigan a few weeks ago have return Â¬ ed on account of his health The cli Â¬ mate did not agree with him Mils Bessie Hicks will give an enter Â¬ tainment soon She is yery compli- Â¬ mentary to her pupils in elocution A drama will be given by them James Burton and A C Burton Henry Nevitt went to Louisville last Friday night Mr Burton lectured to a Fred Marlnee of this office returned full house at Bro Phillip Jeukinb Sunday from a trip to llockport und church Evanavllle where he visited friends Mrs Bland writes that her sister Mrs Miss Florence Lewis the popular Creasap is still critically ill She has saleslady at The Fair has been quite ill given her infant two weeks old to Mrs Bland A fortunate babe to fall into for several days but is now improving Bridge and crown work skillfully done such a home by T B Renfrow dental surgeon Par- Â¬ Rev Ollyer Willett was married last lor at Mitchell Hotel Open April 20 week 1 have no particulars and did not earth John Vest returned from Oiuci nnati learn the name of his clioseu but I do Jo ABhcrafts school dosed last Friday those Willett boys hold woman- He purchased a magnifi know Wednesday at Beech Grove district A very inter Â¬ cent line of spring goods while absent esting program was given by the pupils Miss Lena Nevitt u guest of Miss Mary Mr and Mro J G Stephens and Mrs She L Ditto was requested to recite Minor of Addison were the guests of Lena has only was warmly received W H Bowmer and family last Thurs- Â¬ made her debut as an elocutionist but day Bliowa marked ability in pathetic roles Mrs W Bowmer accompanied by her Mifs Blauche Clay Mosely of Steph daughter Miss Elizabeth spent Wednes Â¬ eusport has sent me a yery sweet bal day and Thursday in Louisville shopwith The Newsboys Prayer lard ping pretty chorus in wpIIz time for inspec Â¬ John Allen Dean referee iu bankruptWill S Hayee of tion and critlcirm cy for the United States District Court Uwensboro was in the city Saturday on business Lewis Powers and Joe Cooper Hawes nille two of the most enterprising tim- Â¬ You may have heard ber men in the Green river region are about SCOWS EMULSION in the city and have a vague notion Advertisements inserted under this head at the Latest novelties in jewelery including rate of one cent a word each insertion that it is cod liver oil with Bash buckles neck clasps sash pins and its bad taste and smell Cyrano bead chains hair ornamenUi FOR SALE OR RENT etc DHuy all its other repulsive fea- Â¬ IOR ALK Olt UliNT TIm llrlck lloltlln I lutflinuhitrtr Kv nnrilv fiiinihil nnw liHini w tures It is cod liver oil the There are two things in life that itiulreii icrms riuMiaoirCiii una seo 11 or un- K HARMS lIjidinthurE Kv W i rtn every man is unprepared for said John purest and the best in the Vest inquired a What are they WANTED TIE MAKERS world but made so palata Â¬ bystander Twins aootiemaken Apply to GIKN ble that almost everybody WANTKD Tilt COMPANY Ulenileana Ky Tbe Hltes Run correspondent failed to Ncarlv all mii take it sign name to communication this week WANTED JENNETT children like it and ask for and also wrote on two sides of the paper A kooJ put nuett for WANTED M M HlKKMAN harneu more hence its non appearance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Claude Mercer and Mis ray Hard in slung were in the city Sun day visiting friends Et glish sparrows are rather scare Thousands were killed by the severe cold of the past winter The ladies will bo interested to know that the new line of corsets at Sulzers is complete in every detail Ed Lishen of Salina Kas after an ab- Â¬ sence of twtlve years is visiting his brother Charles Lishen Quite a lot of corn oats and lumber was brought down Clover creek during the high water last week Mies Lillle Mayo the charming guest of the Misses Gregory returned to her home at Anchorage Monday Mrs J A Heston who has been visit iug her parents at Big Spring Meade county has returned home The fishing season is about to open and soon the streets of Cloverport will have less loafers than usual If Christ came to Gloverport some people would not recognize hiin without the formality of an introduction Louisville has pronounced the produc- Â¬ tion quite a success I can add ditto Mifs Mosoly certainly evinces decided talent She has a coon song ready for copy She should certainly have her compositions arranged for the press News reached us from Paducali that the stork has paid his first visit to tho home of Mr and Mrs Thos B Fairleigh and that h fine bov now brightens the circle Tom is the youngest son of Judge 0 C and Mrs Fannie Fairleigh of this place We extend hearty con- Â¬ gratulations to the happy young couple Mr and Mrs Tlios Hamilton James Bondiiraut and Miss Lillian Ithodpa at tended the funeral of Mr Wm Eillen ak Flaherty Mr Edlen died of con- Â¬ sumption and was a most worthy and and highly esteemed citizen He leaves a wife and several children all crown He was a member of the Catholic church 0 W Hendrick and family left last and was entirely reconciled to the sum week for McKinney Texas to make it monR Much sympathy to the bereaved their future home Wo hope Mis Klla family I have a letter from Mr E H Bacon will write regularly from her new president of the Commercial Club askhome and tell us all about her impres- Â¬ ing for m v assistance and co operation sions of her new surroundings in the May Music Festival which is May and Mrs Mason nee Kate Cully and range 8 9 price 10 The tickts will in as last year We will Pomp Cully who were born here a have excursion rates on tho boats good many years ago are back to view Tickets single oneB will he ordered in due Even if ore time doesnt tbe scenes of fond recollections wish to attond Their father lrof D 0 Cully taught opportunity totho musical it will be an take a cheap pleasant here for twenty odd yeais trip Casperke are Mr and Mrs Cha spending a week or two in Louisville with relatives aud friends Mr and Mrs Cuaperke are among the most pleasant aud intelligent old people iu our community entertaining kind and hospitable I heard Father Whalen last Sunday morning deliver a most excellent nei mon He admonished his fluck to carry their religion into practical allairs to be sincere kind and upright to net an ex ample of Uodlines Father Whalen is very popular witli all denominations Mr Albert Moigan and Miss Polly Dugan were married last Sunday after Â¬ noon by the He v Mr Duvall The con tracting parties are very popular The groom has a pretty ctimfortuble home for his bride which we hope they may alwnja realize is the sweetest spot of Â¬ Â¬ kind in iiiuh esteem and that Oliver made hlfl first wife an excellent husband Tho Teachers Association will be held here the fourth Saturday in this month The program will beau interesting one aud will apppar in tho Meade MeBser ger Very little gardening has been done the ground is wet and cold and even th one who have been more industrious I linn others feel discouraged over winter lingering so persistently Brother Duvall prt ached such a sweet comforting uennon last Sunday on the influence of the Holy Ghost His ap Â¬ peals were most touching for the abiding of tlio Comforter iu each heart Given away with our cash Bales piece bv piece and continued until you get a complete set Set con- of Cups and Saucers Pie Plates Breakfast Plates Dinner Plates Sauce Sishes Platters Vegetable Dishes sr bugar Bowls etc etc Anything winch goes to make up a line set we use these dishes simply as an advertisement lor our business THE WAY TO OBTAIN THEM IS EASY Trade with us and get your friends to trade gZ0T with us and we will do the rest by supplying you and aSPHI them with these dishes FKEK OF fJHAIUJE Everything to Eat and sAT Wear SULZERS Are You Looking Out For your own interests Are you intent on If so take our getting the best for the least word for it we are doing everything in our power to merit your confidence and good will and in offering to you such goods as The Vitafs Brand n 2 of Ready made Suits for Men at prices from 750 to JA4 COVfttGHTIO 10 in plaids stripes and other styles LCC nave You Heard Of It The Beautiful White Devil We know that no other house on earth can do any better We also wish to add QCNL FITIHUGH that we have other brands of suits in prices 300 up to 700 still while not as good as the above brand good enough for the money I WANTS -- We take pleasure in announcing a new story that will appear in the MEADE COUNTY MESSENGER April 20 It is a most fasciuating tale of an accomplished woman who became an enemy of society and levied tribute upon high offi Â¬ cial dignitaries and men of fortune who were bo unfortunate as to ex- Â¬ cite her displeasure fJfP II H Eeb Handsome premiums to purchasers of 10 812 and 15 Ask to see them and demand coupons A Mysterious Yacht and an island home pity import Â¬ ant parts Tub Bkautiful Wiutb Dkvii with all her seeming faults was a noble woman and proved her virtues by winning the love of a worthy man She was feared by two nations yet Bbo was a lovely accomplished woman THE FAIR Cloverports Leading One Price House NO I PAIN NO DREAD DONT MISS THE OPENING CHAPTERS If von are not a subscriber to the MES Â¬ SENGER send in your subscription at onco and commence with tho opening extract teeth without pain using all the latest anaesthetics for EMULSiON it nour-Â¬ body of the babv child or adult better than cream or nfil other food in existence bears about the same rela- Â¬ tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you have had any experience with other so called just as you preparations good is a tact will lind that this looks like cream ishes the wasted The hypophosphltes that are combined with the cod liver oil give auuiuonai vaiuc 10 u oecawe they tone up the nervous system 2 and impart strtniun to irve vvnote m body Q 5octnJlioo all drugglitt A iCOTT DOWNE Chembti Nw York SGOTTS FOR SALE JACKS PAINLESS OPERATIONS llolh are godd two Jack lor tle three tar old and the oilier In coining two veiki old I oine and tee them or write for lermt J 0 STKIHKNS Addnon Ky I11AVK chapters MESSENGERS CLUBBING RATES Messenger and Dispatch one year 100 bAM One liouui and lot For further Messenger and Twice-a-We- ek Information apply to 1IKNIIY hOIHKlO - - 100 Courier Journal one year Messenger Dispatch and Courier LEGAL BLANKS 1 25 Journal one year 3ALK lllank Deedtand Mortgage and Messenger one year - - - 76o Legal lllanki llllKCKUN Kniint SOH NKWS of - - 25c Messenger three month OlllCK Send all subscriptions to SALE SOJA BEANS FOR Cow nOll SALM hi la orSov lltaoi andKy L1 Cloyerport K U OOUC5HY i FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT A CROWN Skillfully fixed to tho root or body of tho tooth will last a lifetime OF GOLD make a spec Â¬ ialty of I RIDGE and difficult work Pear II D M DUNCAN Publisher NOTICE All perioni holding cUIoii v itateofJP Minor defeated will prove tame and present to Michael HUin and Ihote Indebted to Mine will come forward and settle immediately M 1ILAIN Adinlnlttrator FOR SALE X1 MARE mare fine laddie and buggy anlnal 1or further in rirmatlon write K N MILLER Hardintburg Ky FOR SALE FARM TOK SAUK A good Prices Very Reasonable New Dental Parlors at Mitchell Hotel Open Thursday April 20th 1890 if a A TOR SAL1J Dig good farm of about joo arret I1 between Surlog and Cutter UANK uV UAUDlNSltUltG tf TUITION- f Ceiilheatt in Uryant it Stratton TlOll I1 llutlneti College Loultvllle Kv Apply to bllKCKUNHlDaif NBWS OrTICE S ALU Notice of Dlitolutlon of Partnenhlp been dlnolved The firm of TeaffA Hobcn Mr John iloben going out of the firm The iuil nei will be conducted at the tame old itand but All perioni being under the direction of Mr Trail ndebted to the old firm are requeued to come orward and tettle JOSKlU TKAll hi T D RENFROW I Dental Surgeon Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College f Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News APRIL 12 1800 SUNNY HOLLOW Mrs Mary Ilaycraft gave a party one MT MAPLE STOCK FARM Hr rTitoJ y Marvels of a Qraphophone Ono ot the wonders of the end of tho century Is tho home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any Bound night last week Bob Proline commenced work for W R Moormnn last week Mre W It Mo man Is still vlslllnir her parents in Millwood Wash Dunn o Jolly station is work- Â¬ ing for V R Monmao W R Moorman haa broken about thirty acres of corn ground R and W R Moorman Jr have completed there flying trapfze Jacob 11 mer is once more back and settled down with V R Moorman There has been sixteen cases of measles on the farm of V It Moorman and nil of the patients nru wt II now MissSallie Brown of Jolly Station is staying witli Miss Gertrude L Wnlnfcott until the return of Mrs W R Moorman Henry D Moorman Jr brought hack from Porto Rico a Spanish niform a machete a Spanish bullet a lot of sea beans Rome Spanish money etc He Is now going to school at the Spenctriau Business Colltge of Louisville One can Hrrange a full program of tho moot attractive hand orcht stral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Qraphophone one can record the human volcoorany oound and reproduco it at once You ran keep the voices of your friends to he heard whenover you wish Graphophones mado or home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Writ for caalogU3 30 to the No 110 CotUMlllA PilONOtillAIU Co Pennsylvania Ave Washlnnton D O EKRON Bulsneea Is on n boom We are having pleny of rain It L McGr fill was in town Friday Ben Clarkstoti was In town this week Slg Loeb aud soo Amos was in town Friday Mx Willott went to Brandenburg l Bt Olias Stlth went to Irvington list Monday Mrs Jim Tindal was iu town this week r BssflB jpssjSr yXrjkjsBBBMSsBsBBBBBBnfBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBn BBTbsBbBbBBBBBBBbBBJWbbBBBtsBBBbBBBm i Hibbabv1iVjA ijaflVavlaV vtn 1 Friday shopping Miss MettM shopping la was in town Tuesday Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the pnHlu to know ol one concern In the land vs ho are not afinld to bo generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery ior CoiiMiniption Coughs and Colds linve given away over ten million trial bottles of Mils great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and ail diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Haynes druggist and Call on Short get a trial bottle free Regular sze 50c 1 Every bottle guaranteed and or price refunded PHOTOGRAPHED FROM LIFE SQUIRREL DENMARK 515 N S H R Bred by John Steele Nicholasville Ky foaled property of W inson of Trenton Kv one of the best saddle horse men in the State hands high the finest finished and biggest natural styled stud living natural styled five gaited saddle horse I never owned his superior a high class natural styled and five gaited horse describes him as follows Dark Bay For a sire of high class fine finished big I never saw a colt by him that was not 16 W Adams Lexington Ky W A Dick- Â¬ EPHESUS The wedding bells are ringing Gid Jolly called on his best girl Sun day Â¬ The chicken pox is in this neighbor hood Mrs John Blako is critically ill at this writing Martin Tivitt was the gueBt of Ernest Driskeli Sunday Mrs Courtland Driskeli is very low witli consumption Everybody is delighted to Bee the beautiful spring days L Black visited Mrs Richard Mrs Black last Wednesday Mrs I Batk was the guest of Mrs D Driskeli list Sunday Kans mi Norton and wife visited Mrs J Dowull last Monday Rev Bigham will preach eveiy fourth Sunday eve at three oclock Mrs David Driskeli visited Mrs Toy Simmr as one day last week exhibited in 1887 at each of the following fairs without a defeat as the best saddle stallion any ago and the sweepstakes saddle stallion marc or gelding Harrodaburg Lexington Latonia and Paris Ky Meetine no equal in Kentucky he goes to the Woilds Greatest Fair St Louis Mo and there wins as the best paddle stallion any ape the best utility stallion and sweepstake saddle stallion mare or gelding He has proven a most phenomenal sire Ihb produce winning many of Kentuckys noted prizes and polling at prices from 500 to 3001 SECOND SI liE Black Squirrel 58 He and his produce are too well known to need further comment It is Fuflicient to say his season fee was 85J cash the highest of any saddle stallion in the world THIRD SIRE Black Engle 74 Sold as a yearling for 730 Proved the grandest f hovv horse that ever lived He sired Black Squirrel 58 and King Eagle 750 FOURTH SIRE King William 07 Was invincible under saddle in show rings He sired Old Artist 75 and others of equal fame King Williams 53 was Â¬ HIS FIRST SIRE Red Squirrel PEDIGREE first dam Queen 48 the dam of Diamond Denmark G8 Lathams Denmark G9 and Jewel Denmark 70 she by Bald Stockings 79 ho by Tom Hale F S FIFTH SIRE Washington Denmark 64 Was a great winner in show rings and takes rank as perhaps the greatest of Denmark sires SIXTH SIRE Gaines Denmark 61 Sold at 3 years old for 1000 Proved not only a great show horse but the greatest progenitor of saddle horses that ever lived judging from the long list of illustrious sires tracking direct to him The dam SEVENTH SIRE Denmark F S First dam Miss Black By Montrose after of Delmonte 895 that sold for 1800 at three years old a successful career in Kentucky was sold to Missouri where he met equal fame He again returned to Kentucky and stood at 60 a season until he was put to Montrose first dam by death by chloroform on account of extreme old ag Second dam Nellie by Washington Den- Â¬ Imp Glenco Thoroughbred mark 64 as above There was a social at Dan Sbackletts Wedmsdny Elic Morgan shipped a car load of hogs from hero Tuesday Miss Bettle Jones is visiting out in the country this week Irve Richardson of Garfield was call Â¬ ing on his fairest Sunday John Tunk and J G Roby of Garrett went to Louisville Friday Mrp M Mnyer went to Louisville Monday to stay a few days Edgar Bennett of Irvington called on Miss Bettle Jones last Sunday MIbs Bertha and Nettie Foubhee were iu town last Monday shopping Roy Shacklatt and David Meyer were guests of their fairest lest Sunday June Shrcklett was the guest o f Mss Hettio Meyer Wednesday evening Mies Bertha Mles of Garrett was vis Â¬ iting Miss Hettie Meyer l stweek Sam Meyer was the guest of Misa Birtie Bruner Wednesday evening Some of the boys from town went out to Garrett to tho show Wednesday David Meyer was the guest of Miss Birthia Foushee Saturday evening Mrs Dr Miles was in town Tuesday the guest of her aunt Mrs M Meyer 7 T Cox our depot agent Is giving his depot a coat of paint inside this week Roy Shacklett said that he wished Sunday would come tveiy day Why so Roy Geoiio Simn ons and Miss Daisy Mead or attended elm ch last Sunday Mrs M Driskeli was a passenger on the eaft hound irain last Wednesday Mm Buch Tits and babes were the guests of Mrs M Driskeli one day last week Harmon Driskeli wife and baby BlancliH E vipited his parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Harmon Driskeli and baby and Mbs Lllu Fowler visited D Driskeli and family last week and report a pleasant time The im menpy of the weatherhinder ed the pr gress of ttie farming element in thin community There is hut few oats swn and very little corn land broken Event Weatherford invited his neigh Â¬ bors in and had a good old fashion log- Â¬ rolling and had an elegantly furnished dinner that was better relished by many than told Ephesus session of the Cumberland Presbyterian church met on the 1st day of April to elect a delegate to attend the Presbytery that convenes at Caneyville April 18th W G Payne was el cted delegate W Bruingtou hia alternate 1 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 pro- Â¬ ducers we are compelled to acknowledge him destined to become a great factor in the building up of our NOTE horse stock He is too well known and too among mule 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 300C with one sixth interest retained Snow Bail 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 SIDTOW BALLraising highly appreciated the Carl Richardson with the Hilp Rich- Â¬ Co was call on our merchants ardson Wednesday David Meyer and brother Samuel were the guests of Henry Miles last Thursday evening Mr Collins our blacksmith Is talking Wo hate to about moving from town giye Mr Collins upFred Foushee was in town lost week When you Bee Fred coming shopping in town he has always got a basket of egis The following crowd of young folks went to St Martins last Sunday Misses Cora Shacklatt B itie J res Hettie Meyer Hattie Wa fi dd and Messrs Jim Jones Sam Meyt r Roy Shacklett Irve Richardson Carl Bennett Juno Shack- Â¬ lett and David Meyer - Regardless of Age TERMS Squirrel Denmark Snow Ball COLTS TO STAND UP AND SUCKLE COLTS SHOW PREMIUMS S1000 700 Best Horse Colt Best Mule Accidents at owners risk Mares pastured at 150 per month glad to note prosperity In our 1 ttle town James Complon and wife have moved It is the sentiment of many that the back to their farm in tho country United States Senator be elected by a direct voto instead of the Legislatures of Mrs Charlie Mattingly has gone to states Events in eeversl states during Haweaville to see her sick father the past year baye very forcibly demon Mrs Pumphrey of West View Is vis- Â¬ Btrated the evils of the present system of iting her daughter here Mrs Ed Mc electing Senators There have been Gullin numerous charges of bribery and attempt Wo regret to announce that George of bribery and no doubt some of them McCoy who has been sick for quiet a were true Deadlock has occurred in while is no bettor several states delaying indeflnately the nenuly in ilium Deep Billle Pate and family have moved election of Senators costing thousands Clean blood menus a dean skin No We welcome beauty without it LabtaieUCand Catlmr hero from llardinsburg of dollars blocking the passage of need- Â¬ tie clean your blood and keop it clean by them to our town ed btate laws and presenting great atirring up tho lazy liver und driving all im temptations for the use of bribes Per Â¬ purities from the body Jkgin to day to Mrs Polly Durham aud Mrs Sue Dris banian pimples IioiIj blotches haps if elected by a popular ballot the and that aicKly bilious complexionblackheads keli of Uardlnsburg were visiting Mrs by taking people would know a great deal more of Caacareta beauty for ten cent All drug Blake last week gut Mtiaiaction guaranteed 10c 25c SOc the records and characters and candi Â¬ Prof Pate of Hardinsburg is teach Â¬ dates for senatorial honor Then they ing a Reboot here for tho benefit of the GARFIELD would be brought to a greater extent unteachers around der the light of public dUcuaslon So When aro we goinR to see that much long as Senators are elected by the State Farmers are longing for sunshine talked of church built here Truly we Legislatures instead of the people Hiram Durbln is on the sick list need it bad enough political bosses will hold Beats in the Mrs 8 E Whitworth baa uew Mllllu Miss Nannie Sktllman the adopted United State Senate anil candidates ery goods daughter of Mr and Mre Byron Bandv shadowed by charges that is absolute John Priest and family have moved near liev died lust We Inesday of spin Â¬ true would be ashamed to gi before the to Bewleyville al meningitis The oil people have the people in a Joint discussion with an Rev Bozarth preached his last sermon sympathy of the community in their sad honest quick wilted competitor Some low at Pleasant Grove last Sunday will doubtless say the expense incurred Ed McGuflln Is all smiles A Utile by a popular ballot would ba to great It seems to me the election of Senators girl make her home with him MBwnajoi Ham Always BoucU Bun th could take pi act- - at the same time that Thomas Gray Is having an addition While it Is bailt to his dwelling house We are some other election occurs There is some suggestions that the Fiscal Court he done away with entin ly and the finance of the county he placed in Hon G W Beards care Probably n wise suggeMion Mr Beard is a good man and had a great deal of experience and would know better how to economi- Â¬ cally administer money appropriated especially for road purposes G N LYDDAN very probaole that Bitch will never occur yet It is posslbl a party in the minority as measured ly the popular vote to have a majority In the Stale Legislature ami thiiB elect a Senator The Lf gtelature of many state haye tak on favorable action on the change in tho method of electing United States Sen- Â¬ ators Soma think the time is not far distant when the upper house of Con gress will be elected by a direct vote of the peoplo TAR FORK Irvington Ky Â¬ fr Health good distressingly so for M Ds B II Bites went to Jolly Station Tuesday O W Klce and wifi spent Sunday with me and mine Our spring school opened with small attendance Monday Others will matriculate Mw Â¬ 0 L Gofl and Mrs LOTaul were among the visitors at Mrs Newbys Tuesday Farmers are longlug for more sunshine to break the monotony ol inclement weather I presume disappointment Ib becoming quite familiar at Keenan Ohapel a reiteration last Sunday of minister tail Â¬ ing to come Oh Yes I la the services as an amanueusls xety renumerative Per haps a writer of recent date can give a monosyllabic response Fioni tho fullness of the heart the mouth speaketb If counsel be given from the heart kindly it la usually re oipiocnted but if only ostensibly given and in reality a acheme to villify Be- Â¬ ware HI Tho laborious task of log rolling Ib al uitut consummated here To night af r rolling at P II Keemans today the young people are tripping he light fantastic toe People here aro predicting an extreme warm summer and drouth I hope false prophota still reign in this channel and la only a biblical fulfillment Misses Kato Newby and Hettla Ryan visited Mr and Mrs Glint Frank Satur Â¬ day and Sunday They speak lu exalting terms of Mr and Mrs Frano and I too think they deserve all the praise assign Â¬ ed them Kind deeds are not Boon for gotten Uncle John Vest is making his home at O W Rices He has a spen did home there and they possess that faculty to make one feel at home with them It Beems that Uncle John Is content with hoe and spade to Mettle tho earth when the weather will permit Though rather late however will mention Mr Ana Whoborry and fam Â¬ ily are In our immediate neighborhood Nice energetic people they are Mrs Whoberry says her brother O B Bates of Georgetown College will be home in June Many will glye him a hearty welcome Mr Editor will you kindly Inform us regarding the name of Brandenburg cor Â¬ respondent As her name is not a familiar one and she is a ngular writer and without flttteiy excel all ou the list we frequently vant to speak of her In connection with some of her ipus dixit Some pronounce her name one wa The kidneys are n sponsible for more sickness suffering and deaths than any other organs of the body A majority of the ills bill cticg people to day is traceable to kidney trouble It prevades all classes of society in all cli Â¬ mates regard It sj ot age sex or condition The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakeable such as rheumatism neu rag a sleeplessness pain or dull ache In the back a desire to urinate often day or night profuse or scanty supply Uric ncid or brick duat deposit in urine are eiguB of clogged kidneys caus ing poisoned and germ filled blood Sometimes thb heart acts bodly and tube casts wasiinga of the kidneys are found in the urino which if neglected will result in Brights Disease the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All these Hymptoms and conditions aro promptly removed under the influ Â¬ ence ol Dr Killmers Swamp Root It some another you know there is no rule has a world wide reputation for Its won- Â¬ of orthography for proper names Thanks derful cures of the moBtdlstresslngcases to her for her lengthy reply though I am No one need be long without it as it ia not a regular correspondent at all so easy to Ret at any dru store at fifty centB or one dollar You can bavo a The people seem to be unanimous in sample bottle of this wonderful discov- Â¬ expressing themselves in appreciation of ery Swamp Root and a book telling the contemplated home fair This about it both sent to you absolutely all free neighborhood could have an interesting by mail Send your address to Dr Kil- Â¬ baby show there being quite a number ot One robust babies in a small area of mer Co Blnghamton N Y and kind mention that you read this liberal offer sparsely settled country via from O L in the DltKCKUNKIDQE Nkws GofTs to Simon 1000 700 Beavins In referring to the little ones I must relate an inci Â¬ dent that transpired a few days since Litlla Paul Ervlltt accompanied his mamma to a store to purchase shoes for him When asked what number she responded ono Paul said No I wont have one I want two So much for sweet innocence Program Goshen Ministers Meeting to be held at New Bethel church April 28 20 and 30 1800 What Kind or Faith lleiti If any Precede He- - pcnUnco Upon Whom Evil the Ripoaiibllltrto Woildt J Dufghui giro Lynch Â¬ Rheumatism Cured My wife has used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief and I can recommend it as a splendid liniment for rheumatism and other household use for which we haye found it valuable W J Ouylor Red Greek V 1 Until of ArrolnlanUm Kxcgfl Htb 6 5 6 J U Ward How May tho Church Hot Succeed In th Gopt to tb World W E Crockir The ImpcrLnc of Giving Proper EmphatU totha Doctrine of Rcpenuncf thGirllolh JN W 0lg IMWaihburn Our Ob luatloni to Cpba at a Mbsloq Importance W O nutled tf Brnphnlttng the Iliblcj Teach IngCpnccrnirgthe Wrath of God Illd NY OASVOXIXA j Mr Cuyler Is one of the leading mer Â¬ chants of this village and one of the moat prominent men in this vicinity W G Phippln Editor Red Greek Her- Â¬ ald For sale by A R Fisher Glover port R A Shellman Stephensport Outline o a Ooipel Church Dr A C Caperton Mission sermon Sunday at 11 a m and JTLewla Mission Board meeting at 280 p m Saturday B F OuAwroao 1 I M Wabuuuhn- Com W V IUwwVJ - 5L Jfci Kys Br mammmgmtmjm iwmumwimt 1 Breckenridge 1L A News J - - 1 WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1809 tores lost manhood makes ton itronsr Jtm I ilR5SiTifflBl2LiBsssaa SmmrHjTasrny MrVouVditvvDSira tin pnrlnee the blood 1 fi CLIFTON MILLS IS1 lttAilLixiSii I R 1 WPZZa rTrx00 CUwc Ik LOST HAPPINESS Oh when n mother meet on high The babe she lost In Infancy Until she not then Tor paint and fears The day of wor the watchful night For nit her sorrow all lit rtcnrs An over payment of delight 1 When n baby U taken away by the angel of death from it sorrowing- mother ahe has ome sense of consolation which Is denied to the sad hearted woman who liai never been blcsied with the Joy of clinging little armi around her neck and a dear ten Â¬ Homy Basham is on the sick list this week Mrs Willie Pars mother is visiting her this week II O Haddock who has boon sick for some time is recovering slowly Mrp T J Jordan Is visiting her daugh Â¬ ter Mrs Will Board at Guston Miss Alma Orendorf hau been visiting friends and relatives at Webster the past week Court Rush another of Cliftons bus tlots is up ou Briuh Forkotereeeing for Mr Tab Simmons this Spring Miss Mattie Adkieson woo has been visiting hor uncle i orgo Joly near Hardlnsburg has returned ho tin Mrs Sallie Basham of Sample is visit Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Henry Basham this week and helping attend her in her illnees Seth Robertson of Lodiburg calNd ou Miss Lottie Rodenheimer Sunday evt nlng Seth Ib a regular heart smasher and takes well with the gitls Walter Adkisson ono of Cliftons en ergetic business men is travelling for a Chicago tailoring company Walter U a hustler and we wish him success Glias Rodenheimer was called to Cin cinnati Saturday to see his sick father but on arriving there he found that death had been more swift thau lie his father having died before he reached him A J Dys was in town Saturday Cap is a jolly good Mlow and takis the world easy The boys like to have hiin around as lie looks at the sunny side of eveiytbing The more men like him a community has the bettt r oil it is- All praise to i D Jolly for his grand and nolle views on the all importan subject of busy bodiep It was a piece to bepraUed by all good and upright people The Brandenburg correspondent knows a good thina when she sees A few friends gathered at Mr Muncies home Saturday evening and were highly entertained by Mrs Muncie and daugh- Â¬ ter Eeie who know so well how to make eveiy one feel at home aud have a nice time The music was a pleasant feature of the occasion It was furnished by violin guitar and oigan Â¬ f f K Hob Cook CU8TEB returned tbe 25th Ta 1 r keep a fail lino of now Oook Rood A good audience at the entertainment Ollvor drummers weru lure last week Born to the wife of Wll le Morris a girl Mirnii 23rd All are doinx well Mts Idrmella Harned of the school at Buffalo is homo on a few days visit Mea Lt ho 1 1 and Mrs Luther Puttt were here shopping one day last week What a dreadful dreadful winter has old Kuilucky experienced and still it continues Owen Oerfett of St John Hardin county was bore last week dealing with our stockmen Mrs John Alexander and daughter Mies Olie aro visiting at the home of Oicar ANxinder Mat Pallium of G uston is in town in tbe interest of the Insurance company which he represents Alf Taylor of tbe Arm of Cook Tay lor was in town Friday and Saturday of lest week in the interest of their busi Â¬ ness A It 0 iver hai returned from Louis- Â¬ ville where ho has been purchasing his stock of fanning implements and gro- Â¬ ceries The y mng peopl i of Ouster attended a yeiy pleasaut entertainment at the resi dence of Itv Tucker on ttio evening of tbe 22nd We are glad to report the health of this community mucb improved and our physician D M ador is getting a few Lours of needed rtst John IlufOues has been confined to his bed for sometime with rheumatism He is much improved at this writing and wh hope will soon be out again Oscar Alexander and Wade 1 lo aro to open a business house near the residence of 0 U Pile five mil s sothwest of Buraa They wil go to Ljuisvilie in a fewdas where they will purchase a full line of dry goods and grocerits for their nun bonnets Tuis house is an out- Â¬ growth of the firm of Alexander Pile of this place Â¬ jTI mJi7ncIorn A Taaeuwim a Mnllw mihi Ml leranteedtocnre or w refund mon BI wn druggist wno SHORT TALK THATS TO THE POINT bank -- OF HAEDHTSBTOG M H BHAKD Cashlflr G II F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President mlj C Entreat Iw f fc Â¬ f Friday night 0 0 Wayimtli and W the neighborhood last Wednesday looking up a timber trade We hear Mr Fred McDonald of Hon H - derson has lately been married If so wo wish him a bright and happy future Fred use to be one of ourhojM and we hope much good for him Hollo Joe Rhodes I We are gl you apprpciated Yellow Lake items Home news is raoro interesting to a boy when several miles separates him away from his old stamping ground May your love never grow leBs for home and friends I was sketching an old book tho other day and on a pago I found written by an eld friend of mine one who now sleeps beneath the daisies these words This is a cold hard and unfeeling world at least I have always found it eo How woll that sentonce may be applied to many Who of us escapes the coldness and struggling realities of this world one must face through life Who has not met witli disappointment in their best laid plans and fondest hopes w1 o has not found the trusted heart turned Oh so strangely cold and those we best love the first to leave our side Yet amid all opposition to our wishes we must brave- Â¬ ly labor on never resting upon the oar or spy with faltering voice the labor is too heavy To pause means to g back- Â¬ ward Ever onward hold thy painful journey and ever upward life they weary soul onward and upward till the race be fi dished upward and onward till we read tbe Better Land der little held nestling against her loving bosom u la sad indeed that motherhood a j gross GUSTON KY Calicoos best brands 4 cents per yard Good Domestic Cotton 3j cents per yard Ginghams from 5 cents to 10 cents Granulated Sugar 18 pounds for 100 Green Coffee 10 pounds for 100 Roasted Coffee 10 cents per package Shoes from 50 cents to 300 Mens Clothing Good Suits ranging from 300 to 1000 Boys Suits from 100 to 350 Hats and Caps comploto stock from 25 cents to 300 A full lino of Queonsware Hardwaro Tinware Saddlery and Har Â¬ ness Stoves Umbrellas Parasols Etc A full stock of Dress Gooda and Notions at very low prices All sorts of Canned Goods in short a general stock of everything usually kept in a country store Sold strictly for cash or country produce for which will pay high Â¬ Horo aro Prices that you will find in tho stock of General Merchandise at W BEAKD 1 MOUIU8 ESKKIDQEJ DIRECTORS K M JOLLY J INTEREST PAID ON TIME j DEP08IT8 JOHN AXDISH0P President R BASSETT DAN 0RILEY Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank KSTADUSHED 1 886 Lcitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in the most complete and perfect of womanly delights is denied so often to those most fitted by their loving nature to enjoy it It is impossible to avoid the feeling that kindly nature would not allow her own best purposes to be defeated without some fault or short coming on the part of the woman who loners to ue a raoiner ana ex perience shows that in a large number of cases the difficulty lies in some unnatural weakness which by proper and reasonable means is altogether lemediable So delicate and sacred a subject cannot be treated in any but a serious and at the same time a sensible spirit It is purely a feeling of gratitude ana a desire that other women like themselves shall be made happy and contented that prompted the writing of the following letters with the express permission that they be published -Â¬ 15000 est market price I am in charge of tho business and will give it close attention and treat everybody alike II INTEREST PAID OK T2HE DSPOSITS WALKER BOARD Manage Henderson Route Louisville Henderson S A RICHARDSON Garfield Kentucky A Headquartere for All Kinds of For coughs and col Is there is no med- Â¬ icine so effective as BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 60 cents A R Fisher Â¬ ROSELLE IND J T Wilson attended c urch at Holts Chapel last Sunday John LotEch isquiteill with la grippe Mrs Deborah Kingsloy is on the sick list Alfred Tate and James Rtmst y are getting out a lot of log this spring Prayer meeting at Harmony church last Monday night was quite a success Fred Hoeslie of Tell City was the guest of Miss Malissie Neugent last Sun day Mr and Mrs Curtis Tate were tbe guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Miller last Sundav Miss Linnie Tate of Tobinsport is visiting her grand parents this week Mr and Mis George Tate Charles Tates school fit Bear Creek clrsed a few days ago and he is going to Tobinsport High school this spring Elder vO T Wilson will preach at Holts chapel tbe fourth Lord day in this month at 1030 a m We hope everybody will come to hear the sermon Â¬ Eldr Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liyer and kidney troubles as well as nojien and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backaches nervousness head ache and tired listless run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters aro just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care weather he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any- Â¬ thing I could take 1 can now eat any thingand have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Short Haynes Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed Surelv When spring shall have come and the tender buds so gently unfold their leallste when tbe balmy air shall be sweot with the breath of tbe flowers and the little birds with so much joy peal forth their merry songs we too shall be glad and give thanks unto Him from whose bountiful baud cometh all good blessings t Â¬ Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick A It and positive relief in all case Fisher Oloverport and E A Witt Hai dinsburg YELLOW LAKE The family of Mr Will Jarber has the measles Log rollings were the fashion of the day last week Our farmers did a little plowing be Â¬ tween showers last week Jim May and wife dined with Mr and Mrs Robbie Spencer Easter Sunday Miss Temple Hart has been very much indisposed with la grippe for sometime Matt Jarber went to Louisville last week to purchase a spring line of goods Miss Lena Mattlngly began a spring school at the Axtel school house last Monday Miss Minnie Rhodes spent last week with her uncles aunts aud cousins in Ibis vicinity Vick Robertson Glendeane a very enecessful trader was catling on our farmers last week Willis Grepn Falls of Rough whs in j PETTIT We would gladly welcome a dry moon The News was a line paper this week Very little work has been done to- Â¬ ward the new crop Our roads are in a terrible condition in places almost impassable I sincerely sympathize with the old hen of sad countenance in not finding a garden to scratch up a Mr Vessels and wife of Oweneboro formerly of Hardlnsburg took dinner with us a few days ago We were so glad to see Rosetta items Whoever you are write often We always welcome news from the Old Try at ing place A letter from Herbert Head in Third Kentucky says he will bo glad to g H back as a citlzsn and dont tell it some one else will be glad too Smallpox has scared some of our oil topeis so badly that they are afraid to go to town after their whiskey consequently they will be sober until excite- Â¬ ment dies out Mrs Grinnell has flowers by the arm load laid at her feet and slio deserves them all Heres hoping she may con- Â¬ tinue to gather roses along the path as Bhe scatters seeds of kinduess I have been shut in for two weeks on account of illness and what a treat it was to have good hooks to while away the tedious hours My neighbors too wore good and that make me thankful Our boy William Joseph Jr had a light attack oi spinal menigitis but bus recovered entirely without any bad eilecta We dread meninigitis in its worst form more than small pox One of our neighbors has a child drawn out of shape and entirely sonseless as a result of tbe dread disease Our hearts go out in sympathy to the parents Brandenburg Is fairly represented in Owensboro Several of her former citi- Â¬ zens have taken up their abode in this city among them is J Hugh Ditto of the firm of II B Phillips Co He ia a bright genial dignified young man whom we are al way s glad to meet and can count as a friend Oloverport ia also represented lu the same firm by Harrj Moorman who knows just how to give you a hearty handshake and a pleasant He will make a success in greeting business I am sure Verily the way of the trustee is hard a lot of work and a thankless job The trustee should certainly be paid a smal salary There are alwayj men in every district who want to be trustee for the honor they think it confers while com petent men evade tho offlco on account of the trouble It entails I think the trustees should certainly be paid The overseer of public roads is another office that is undealrabU We have a hard time to get theroad bands all out and somehave to be fined every time My hotter half wont have the overseers He threatens to call the place at all bands out as often as the law will allow light In the busiest time That scare Â¬ Â¬ Those horrid fita of depression melan- Â¬ choly low spirits and sudden irritabili- Â¬ ty that sometimes aflltct even good tempered people it is due to the blood being permeated with black bile HER BINE will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Pricy 50 cents A R Fisher My baby gtrl Is now five weeks old and Is fat and healthy ns can be writes Mrs Elizabeth Wright of Spring City Bnnpete Co Utah I commenced using Dr Pierces Favorite PreÂ¬ scription when about two months along and continued to use it until I was confined I used about ten bottles In alt I have been subject to Miscarriage haviug ten of them and two pre- Â¬ mature children I was not troubled in the least this last time I got stronger as each mouth progressed and went to my full time I shall recommend Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription to all I meet who are troubled with female weak Â¬ ness There are several ladles taking the Fa vorite Prescription since they have seen the benefit I received and more no doubt will commence its use after knowing my condition as my progress was watched with much Interest by many of my neighbors and friends My wife has used Dr Pierces Favorite Pre Â¬ scription when lu a critical coudltiou and finds it the best medicine on earth writes W J Toiirnlgan of Rhhu hart Catahoula Par La My wife had miscarried seven times but with the last child she took nine bottles of the Favorite Prescription and the child is now a large fine boy The Favorite Prescription makes childbirth easy Dr Pierce has for thirty years been at the head of that great model sanitarium the Inilids Hotel mid Surgical Institute of IltilTilo N Y as its chief consulting phy- Â¬ sician Here he has had an intimate prac- Â¬ tical experience in this particular field of practice which Is probably uncqualed by that of any physician in America His unparalleled success in diagnosing disease and prescribing prompt and effective remedies is acknowledged by leading physicians everywhere His Favorite Prescription has cured more cases of female complaint than all other medicines combined It is the only proprietary rem edy devised for this express purpose by an accomplished scientific physician When you ask your druggist for Dr Pierces Favorite Picscription and he says let me sell you something else just as good ask him gently but firmly if his just as good medicine has a just as good record as Dr Pierces a just as good physician behind it as Dr Pierce nnd carries with it just as good privi leges of consultation and treatment as do Dr Pierces medicines There are no medicines for female dis Â¬ orders as good as Dr Pierces In fact it Is the only successful specific remedy for women prescribed and prepared by a graduated physician in regular practice and sold through druggists I5very woman would be benefited by the clearer knowledge of her physical self which she would obtain from Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser a splendid thousand page volume illustrated with over seven hundred engravings and several colored plates More than half a million copies of this valuable book were sold at 150 each but a paper bound copy will now be sent free for the mere cost of mail ing a one cent stamps which should be inclosed to Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo N Y or if a handsomer heavier cloth bound copy is desired ten stamps extra should be sent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ here SI Louis Wi Co Time Card In Effect Dec4 4 1818 KAST HOUND No FARMING 46 No 41 Vo IMPLEMENTS St IjuIj Hvansville Heniltrson Haakct Sp tsvillc Lv Bfifam 11 7 31 7 7 66am 2 20pm 2 III Siantet Grilllth Mattlngly Owensboro Heids Wotthlngton 7S8 7 45 3 01 3 7 3 13 3 20 3 21 3 20 3 31 3 44 310 328 8 65pm 2 4Vim 3 23 3 33 44 78 80 8 07 8 27 Ind 7S2 Powers for Koclcport t unman Iutcs HIS 8 6 62 9 1 1 88 363 4 01 4 13 4 19 4 28 400 418 4 Icwisport Kalcon for Cannrlton Shops Cloveriiort Unit Aildlson Stephinsport Sample Ieltie Ilaivewlle Si Skllmin Tell City I 900 913 0 23 9 35 9 9 65 433 4 4 iJi 4 3l 40 49 50 Ml 500 5 01 8 607 4 HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th J 100 Picric Webster Io liburg 10 08 10 13 1022 10 30 10 18 618 5 22 6 0 634 5 60 61 610 6 20 aV 5S2 643 6 1 567 6 03 617 642 Irviniflon Guston Ekron Urandenburir Ionir Ilranch Hock Ilivrn Willow Dale 1 oward West Point Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Ar 10f2 1100 1110 111 fifl C10 618 6 34 6 6 6 6 Friday of every month with Casper May Co GANNELTON IND All Kinds of fi2f 610 6 30 6 45 1128 1131 1143 H50im 12 2 Ipm 1235 pm 70 7 No 40 45 52 55 45ln 715 7 31 am WKST HOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky btieet West Point WillowtUle Rock 1 iaven IOIJK Ilranch llrandenburfr Kkron Sutton Iryington WLbster Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Shops Sktlman 4 43 No J1 45 XheGiyif ftjj j H jDerz o ooids A First ClaHS Milliner All tho Season ivW Lv 7 45am 4 60pm 765 8 43 Ilowanl 8 2ti 8 29 8J 6ftJ yoS 0 16 U 8 69 637 5 40 518 653 600 6 0J 618 6 26 661 Gn9 7 07 mil 35pm 8 45 918 i - fTT1 VtswJwmi wjb Jwii trim All Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Office In Hear Drug Store 931 9 44 951 957 10 02 10 08 Slm II If sSTr lifa JmWKLmmmWR Jf1mmmwmw Most fiiFcinating inven tion of thence Alunjs rcntly to entertain it of Moorman Owens 0 23 U32 64 y51 10 04 10 00 40 y 47 1014 102l 031 1046 10 49 JJU rioverpott 1018 0 22 10 33 712 720 7 21 727 7 31 06 743 7 for Canneton Hawesville U Petrle Tell Ciiyj IMJ 60 10 56 11 Ul 10 1 Kalcon Lewlfpoit Waitman Pates Powers iforRockport Indj 11 11 11 in 19 804 812 814 827 833 8 42 1059 1103 1119 1126 1139 11 SINGLETON Oil Greer called ou Miss them out and some one olso is recom- Â¬ mended for the place For 50c Many people have been cured of Kid- Â¬ ney Diseases by takirg a 50o bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure A It Fisher Oloverport and E A Witt Hardlnsburg A Life Â¬ Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Stanley Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson Evansvllle bL Louis U3l 853 9 05 Flora Ohism Wotthlngton U56 91 116Jim 925 12 07pm 9 32 40 1151 916 68pm requires nockill toopor ato It and reproduce tho music of lainds orches ocalbU or instru tra mental soloists Therols nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so cilleil tulklne machine reproduce only reconlsof subjects spieittlly frcparol in a laboratory butthaUraphophotio to such performances On tho Graphnphono j ou can easily make und Instantly rtproduco records of the olce or any houml Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Hie reproductions aro clear and brilliant Graphopriones arc sold for ioalrpd Â¬ Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERP0RT KY 1215im 12 12 12 12 20 32 39 55 Mrumfai turii under the ratents of Hell Tnlnter IMlaou mill Mntdoual I nuresinblislinu nt is lieuil ipmrtir nrtlin world for Talking Machines aud Tulkhitf Machine riuppiks Write for catalogue Saturday Miss Josie Snail spent Sunday with Eva Bali Miss Fattie and Park Allen went to Brandenburg Monday R S Chism got a fine lot of railroad ties out on the water Chism Troutmans lime boat left Monday lor tbe sunny south Miss Cora Singleton spent last week witb her sister at Yellow Bank Mrs Dan Stiles of Yellow Bank Ib visiting her parents at this place Misses May Stiff and Pattie Allen at- Â¬ tended church Sundayat Poyaesyille Jim Bennett and wlfi and Mrs Jim Lain dined with Mrs Abe Ohism of this place Suuday Miss Biddie Ohism and Miss Candas Ball accompanied by Paton Brown spent Sunday at Ooncordia Grandma Daily the oldest lady in the surrounding neighborhood is very low aud ber recovery la doubtful Miss Cora Singleton is lamenting over the absence of Till Bennett Dont worry Cora there will come a time The new hill road between Singleton aud Battletown was opened Monday Now boys you can go to see your girls all 1214 12 22 939 9 47 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 THE 122 12 45 1 15 954 1010 10 4upm Ar 7 32pm 125 7 20Jm 910 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O ONLY BAEGAIN The Bedroom Smell This is not due to the ordinary Not 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and ektfunt hih back seat Passenger Coaches through between ljuisvilie Kvanivllle and St Louis without change Nos 41 ami 44 have eltgant high back seat Pass eng r Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville Kvanivllle and St Louis without New York Paris Chicago St Louis Philadelphia Washington Baltimore Buffalo COMMISSIONERS NOTICE exhala- HOUSE IN OLD KENTUCKY Is in FOEDSYILLE Â¬ iwmmmmimimmimiiiTi DMXK 25Q000 Wnklia n I The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO CURED WECURE EMISSIONS -- vk m MO CURE VntiniK young or middle aged men than tbe pres lhey ence of these nightly loMotV of disgust and a whole train of symptom They unfit n man for buslnesx married No matter Ufa and social liappiners whether caused py evu nanus in youtu or sexual excesses our natural weakness New Method Treatment will positively wui w j we Â¬ a mM ilnmnmlttlntp IA NO PAY Header yult need ueip rariy uuutu ur later eieetse may have weakened you Exposur mar hayo dlsoased you You are not safe till cured Our New Method will cure you Yon run no risk 250000 HTnnVntf a CURED ArA r ght Â¬ Tuila feeble andhaggardi nerrona Irritable and excitable Yo i bcoqme forgetful morose bioicncs ana pimpiei at1111 UDIIHIUUEUd sunken eyes wrinkled faee stooping rArm and nnwncasr caumeuauro the blight of your existence - nfi Misses Ida Chism Ella Bennett Alice Peckeupaugb and Oil Greer and Plea Allen attended church at Gold Spring Sunday and dined with Mies Minnie WFT1 10 F VARICOCELE No matter how rerious your case may bo r lmr Innir vnil tliav haTB had It OUT NEty MK rUOX UHEATMENT will euro it The wormy veins return to Bennett BO YOU KNOW TUAT ft ineiriormai oonaiuou aim organs 1 1 ri receive luuit v sexual went Tho organs beeome vitalised nil real n A AsMa Cflftja ft D J MimatHtal mtnlr row era rtturn So tcmpomiy NO NKCEHdAUY TION 111011 UUSJKESfl TION no cUhk no pay jio 0 M 1U UKTKN CURES GUARANTEED J AKl KKjrilHK 8- rljy--j-vTt JMUtviiurHB m ftMgaffixTimWVWVf lKn ATR 1100KB VAltlUOUmit I niruienui Bljjll vw lUKbTiun It Ill kh to an Alio Ed unable call write uiiAntw xor Dave PJpes got an April fool Ida Ohism Ib making a new carpet Charles Troutman is struck on the baby V Ben Curl likes to sing Sweet Bunch of daisies Alice Pckenpaugh likes to sing Paradise Alley Cora Singleton ard Flora Ohism are talking of going on a long Journey But let ua suppose that they will stop at Battletown They sing Therell Come llrcckenridge Circuit Court tions of a person from lungs and skin change Nos and 43 have Parlor Dubois lightly more in sleep than when awake Coaches41betwteo Louisville and Cars and elegant Elizabeth Ag ilnst Admr Notice in Equity Kvansville with c Deits J N A Illddlc It is supposed to be and the ordinary out change H C MOUDUB A O P A Louisville Kt bedroom odor is supposed to havo no All persons having claims against the estate of Elizabeth Dubois dectased are notified to prtsvnt special history or prevontabh cause the same properly proven to the undersigned com FordsvJMe Branch St L mlisloner of the Itreckenridgu Circuit Court at his Why should the ordinary sitting room U H office In Hardlnsburg Kv on or before the 30th where five persons are present some 15 This March 18th 1S09 day of April TIME TABLE No 10 GUS I1IIOWN C1ICC hours out of a given 2i yet have no TAKING EFFECT 3FT 10 1898 odor of the particular sort commonly so COMMISSIONERS NOTICE East Bound Train noticeable in tho bedroom of any one or West Bound Trains two of the five though occupied only Dreckenndge Circuit Court tNo 2 tNo 4 tNo3 tSo5 STATIONS L D Addison Plff nine hours 7 Because the latter is not J Notice In Equity gainst You get due to bodily emanations Albert Kllen Delt J 6 45pm 10 60am Lv Irvlneton Ar 900m 5 45pm their odor in a crowded theatre gallery 7 0S Garfield 111 SS5 5 20 All persons having claims against the fum of 1124 19 8 21 5 09 Harned What you do get in the bedrooms of 7 28 Aucnsun rvlien are nntmeu to present trie same 7 8 IS 1131 Hardlnsburg 5 00 properly provtn to the undersigned commissioner 4 46 7 45 1160 8 01 Kirk servants and other curlers persons Is the 7 62 1167 of the llrcckenridge Circuit Court on or before the 4 39 Jolly 7 84 sqthday of April 1S99 This March 18 1849 odor of slops left for long perloda in 8 01 12 09pm 4 27 7 42 Olendeanc 12 30 4 0 H2i arFsllsHoughlv 715 GUS IIKOWNCU C C is clue to 860 Uncovered vessels This odor 3 38 1255 llockvalo 63 129 900 105 Askins 644 a volatile and aUo poisonous elnment 113 918 Oaks 636 321 COMMISSIONERS NOTICE which bus a peculiar aptitude for being 915pm 120 ArHordsvilleLv C30 SHptn llrcckeutMgc Circuit Court taken up by cottons aud woolens hence Isaac Norton plalntlfl Notice Dally the carpets hangings upholstery and I against n Trains 41 41 41 and 44 connect nt Irvlngton with bodding lu time it become attached to Trains Nos 3 and e for points on Fnrdsville branh L S English etc defendants 1 Equity Trains a 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos 3 snd All persons having claim against the estate of every article in a bedroom Every night 4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 4a 1 a ungusnULceaseu are notitud to present the same properly proven to thn undersigned conimls vessel should bo covered and be kept 43 and 4 sloner of the llrcckenridge Circuit Court at his office In Hardlnsburg Ky on or befire tho jgth covered till emptied and washed Ex uay ui slum low 11ns Mar n 18 899 GUS ll0VNCUCC 1 A FREE PATTERN Mothers Beware of those secret rob Â¬ your own selection to every sub- COMMISSIONERS NOTICE bers of your babys quiet and hoalth 5 ecritxr Only SO cent a year S Jas S tieavins Admr IllT Those sleepless nights and loug hours of against Notice In Equity AsWr v Creditors Deru Y I His Heirs and having claims against the estate of tiresome vigil ae caused by those terri- Â¬ All persons Des Â¬ ble enemies of childhood worm James b Ileavin decetsed are notified to present the same properly proven to the undersigned com troy and remove them with WHITES mlmontr ol the llreckcnridge Circuit Court at his office in Hardinsburg Ky 00 or before the suth Price 25 cents OREAM VERMIFUGE h in Abraham Shapero PROPRIETOR SPRING 1399 Trees Plants Vines Fruit and ornamental trees shrubs small fruits and everything lor orchard lawn and Rar den We employ no aients but sell direct at Strjwlierry and tree cats reasonable prices loLueson application llF J When you write mention this paper HILLKNMEYhlt Lexington Ky 1 Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furniflhed by 1 I GEORGE II BnANUBNIlUIiG SEND US ONE DOLLAR GASIERKE KENTUCKY vir mLALLdeti MAGAZINE I x Jowolry and Insurance qJM Up-to- iuua A R Fisher A uTimo Even the moat vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of weariness and Iaaiiude To dispel this feel Ing take I1KRB1NU It will Impart vl viUUty Pile 60 eta A iUher or Â¬ Adyertieomeuti means the news of business A man who has a sptclal ar Â¬ ticle which he la onabed to sell at a price materially below his competitor has a tine news Item Its nature is not changed because ho buys a limited part of the piper in which ho catt inform tho publio of the new price he is enabled to make DmlTtlsccoSitiiui SuioW SB Stylish Reliable Simple date Economical and Absolutely Ierfect nttlntr Paper Patterns MAGAZINE si nm beautlfal colortB plaits latest liiHontaritmtinf fconomltM 1 ncv 5 work ihouMholl hints Action tie ub or knm sg asy waated sc lor uictt cosy l4y ioinn stna Snd lor Hims S Be 2- A LADIES day of April 1800 1 hit March oub liiiow n c TO 18 1809 dc C Mamma it as freight Jour and IC round perfect Â¬ ly satltlaf tor lll iiallra Uk rJ KrSKMOlU ktuYic by lUI1 sutjuct fmiiut frriuaiVfi iU IU1L OOU to essmlnalUin THB BEST OP THEM ALL II run si villi you saw titrheart or of par rtlllUHT srscuL rnira iUlUT HT u4 U irslMi I j MS CALL notrrHLYjAAaAziNe LIPPINCOTTS 1 U SI300 the VflMEM TrsYaWaT 4B IslllllSiSACHE TJSa I DIDEI TA FJinv sns nm 11or with Oil Aar t 00 WRiTFi von our Bin FRIK STOVE OATAtOQUC Patterns klrhsii id Aid K Jj Aik or tbcra Sol4 to MJuljr f vuy ciljr a igwn ur oy man iron jvj 5 teoTekEttGANK l 41 rqunin 01 SlMOiyHATI O m aJ To quit tobacco easily and foiovor If mag netlo luliOf llo nervuund vigor tabs the wonder worker that makes weak men strong AH druggists Wo or II Cureguaran teed llooklet atid sample free Address Sterling Itemed Co Chicago or Ken York lourl Ifs JUtsy NoSettuAMQwama Patterns t Only eft ftcKftana r 2 S imttmtdmmwmttmtmm THE McCAllL CO York I38i4 WM 14th St I r and entertaining reading matter nIiiiiI fort kMcs ar o bJolltablm a Mioei t sfra It should be la every household Sub crlptlou 3oo per year AgenU wanted In every town to whom th most liberal InOuoomepU will be pfftred 3 s Uphkoott coupunr rubiuhwn PHIUBKUHIA Contains a oomplot norol In every nam uer in addition to a large quantity or useful and freight charsos This stoya ta aUe No I OTan la from ItXilliU loplsiuzli ipaUaheavy beat pig Iron eitr lUtlnw and Kratee Urea flues baayy eotare larva oyn half heay Un lined oven door bandaoroa I plated ornamentation and trtnuuuiirs extra nick Urge deep genuine Su4UkMUlalb4 rwanUr Uaa eorae Ian ornamantad base BI eealeareweueeM we furolih MX an extra wood irraU tnaxlnjr It a per Weraar fect IMli A BI9DIIU VUIKAITU With etary tote and guarantee seta delivery to your rail YMrlooal dealer would fdtargayoiiMSM roadstatlon l the for eueh a tore wa freight U only aboutAddraaa for each too mllea ae satane at leaU oshi teue BeeVeek A Ce tee taesal rillitli When you wtlta mention litis paper EARS ROEBUCKCOtaCWCAMia Mrfy H WlkfWto W- VpKf 1 VyiJtijIilliiygjJ Such advantages aa our school ofleis must be acceptable to oil progressive parents MIb9 Maggto Carter and brother were guosla of Miss Eva Herndon Sunday Both re well known and popular in lrviugtou society Brothtr liclillold will fill his regular on Saturday 730 p ni appolntnii iii Sunday 1100 a m and 730 p in U nu want to hear some good sermons co in f Die Ladles Aid will mnet with Miss L 11 McUlothlan Wednesday aftornoon Visitors will be welcome It is expected that Brother Lewis will ninki a talk ou tho Bubjoct assigned Tho members of the Philojaathean Club will glvo an open session in tho College Chapel on Friday April 21 The public is cordially invited to this the Clubs initial entertainment Tho marriage of Mss Charlotte Hern- Â¬ don aud Mr Weaver will bosolemnizd at the BaptlBt church Wednesday morn- Â¬ ing April 19 at ten oclock instead of half past nine as previouely announced I am n quested to say that the Bay View will meet with Miss L B Ale Glothlan Saturday afternoon An inter- Â¬ esting timo is anticipated The Ben ley ville wing are cordially invited to be Durability is Better Than Show The wealth of the multimillionaires is not equal to good health Riches without health are a curse and yet the rich the middle classes and the poor alike have in Hoods Sarsaparilta a valuable as- Â¬ sistant in getting and main- Â¬ taining perfect health It never disappoints Three years ago oar son doit eleven bad a serious case of scrofula and erysipelas with dreadful sores discharg Â¬ ing and Itching constantly He could not walk Several physicians did not help for sixteen months Three months treatment with Hoods Sarsaparllla made lilra per fecily well Wo are glad to tell others of It Mrs David Laird Ottawa Kansas Nausea -- Vomiting spells dirtiness and prostration troubled me for years Had neuralgia grew weak and could not sleep My ago was against me but Hoods Barsaparllla cured me thoroughly My weight Increased from 125 to 143 pounds I am the mother of nine children Never felt so well and strong since I was married as I Mas M A Watxbs 152 33d St do now Washington D C Eczema We had to tie the hands of oar two year old son on account of eczema on face and limbs No medicine even helped until we used Hoods Sarsaparllla which soon cured Mrs A Vah Wtck 123 Montgomery Street Faterson N J Scroful- a- foodA Satiafxyiil Hoodi mil cur llxrllli tlia non Irritating and culy cathartic to take with Hnoda Sarjrla Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APHIL 12 lSIIJ HARDINSBURG Mr Kyler has moved to Harneds Sta- Â¬ tion Born to tho wife of Gub Brown April ti a boy Warren May left last week for Anaconda Mont Casi prtd for country produce Ben Â¬ jamin Andrew Will Mattingly has moved his photo graph tent to Garfield Miss Izzie Board has a good buggy she is offering to Bell very cheap Soil your eggs to Benjamin Anderson Hardiiieburg for the highest cash price Dr Wra Milner of Union Star was railed here last week to attend Mrs Par Â¬ sons Tho Court of Claims has come and gone and it was a hot court in many respects Cy Pate will make a good Supervisor of Koads Let the money be judiciously expended Buck Taber says the cut worms have made their appearance on his farm Bgain this Spring Judge Mercer has been in Frankfort several days looking after his suit against the railroad Mr nnd Mrs Lampton of Hudson were here last week to see their daughter M rs Parsons You can buy your groceries cheap from us We sell on a Binall margin and for cash Eclipse Mrs Denhaui who has been under tbe treatment of Dr Baker for some time is improving Mis i Esther McGary has accepted a position as clerk with Mr J W Teafl in his dry goods store Mrs D S Richardson of Union Star has been here several days visiting her daughter Mrs P M Beard Huse Morgan o Stephensport and Miss Pate were married at U L Pates last Wednesday by Judge Ahl The citizaus of this place were sorry lo learn of the death of Mr Skinner under such bad circumstances in the Klondyke Beaul Dillon Co sell buggies from 3 OU up They are also Bgents for the Champion Biuder and Mowing Ma cbiue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Hoben representing the Ameri can Nrocery Company made his first visit to our merchants last Saturday and secured several orders The Hoard of Trustees at their meeting last veek appointed Dolph Board for Marshall of the town It is predicted that lie will make a good officer Beard Dillon Co are agents at Hardiusburg for tin J I Case Thresh ing Machine Company who make the best threshing machine in the world Jell Hook has been tiying to increase the telephone service Jiu this town by getting families to put boxes in their residences This would strengthen the exchange service Olill Piles of Constantino was here one day last week Mr Pile is inter Â¬ ested in sheen raising lie says that from ten ewes he bos secured seventeen lambs tills spring Charley Cashman who has been clerk ing in the Hank of Maidinsburg for a year or more will leave next Tuesday for Denver Colorado It is his inten tion to make that his future homo A more deserving and popular oung bus iness man than Mr Cashman lias not left Hardiusburg fnr some time and his nones aud the News hope that be may be successful In liU new surroundings Judge KincheloB was one of the abhst lawyers in the Green Ktver country In his day and was so recognized by all who kuow him Not many years before his death an old lady came to town on the hunt for legal advice and passing by the Judges oillce dropped in The Judge was sitting alone and the old lady opened the conversation by addressing Say aint you a sort of a him thus The Judge Bmlled at there lawyer mark taking it pleaantly and gave her such sound advlco that before she left she had concluded that he did kuow Â¬ Â¬ something about the w in omi year if necessary and havo mon- Â¬ ey left to gobble up at tax sales the little proporty the poor man has This court is the keeper of the public fiscal Interests of this county and ot this 11 It district it Is in your hands to bur-Â¬ den them with taxes or to make It light bv fuiidlrjg these bonds at a comparative low rate of Interest If the trust Imposed in jou Is wt II kept the praise is yours likewise the condemnation if you act d It Is my opinion you cannot rosl ly dn belter than to sell these bonds bear Â¬ ing thrt rata of 4J per cent Interest and relievo the district and peoplo of about 800 26 per cent of tholr taxes each There was a hot time in the old town papers this plan would if you had a year Itcspectfully of Hardinsburg last week different commissioner bn very hicp It N Miller Com The Court of Claims was in session lake but little labor and bo such a The proposition to fund tho bonds at and it developrd a contest between brilliant success when it succeeded It County Attorney Miller and Sheriff Bur-Â¬ is very likely the men of experience and 4 cents as contained in Mr Millers re Â¬ ton business capacity would stand aloof and port was rejected after a warm discus- Â¬ The bond question and the road tax look on the whole pieceeding as absurd sion Mattingly made a motion to issue also came up and they both gave blith but what do we care for that kind of G0UO0 bonds 200 to bo in denomina- Â¬ in to cyclones of speech and mountains of thing when we know from a long active tion of 100 each and 00 to be in de reason life of meditation a life unhampered by nomination of 500 but the motion was The proceedings of the court were of active experience and devoted exclusive lost more than ordinary inti rest and attract- Â¬ ly to thoughts of great things yet to be K N Miller at his own rtnupfit was ed large crowds to the court room 4 what we can do if we would try The regular claims were allowed nnd I will report to this court though discharged as commissioner after being the first business of importance taken up leaving the brilliant theorists in the ex Â¬ allowed 50 for his services Morris Eskridge was appointed in his was the work of the State Board of clusive company of their own greatnts Equalization that there is yet a chance to lower this place and was instructed to report to tbe That body had raised the rate of taxa- Â¬ interest paid by the district bv funding court at its next term as to the best and tion to 11 per cent on lauds and person- Â¬ this debt at 4 J per cent if this court most feasible plan and terms upon be al properly and seven per cent on town cares to do it But one bona tide offer which the railroad bonds might funded lots has ever been made me for these bonds MAY SUE FOR TAXK3 The judge accepted a 7 per cent raise that offer still stands at 4J per cent in County Attorney Miller was empowon lands personal and town lota as a terest and in ray humble judgement this compromise court will do well to accept it to my ered by the court to investigate tbe law The next matter of Importance was the mind it is the only practicable colution of nlitiye to tho liability of the L II report of It N Miller on the funding of our present situation St L railroad for payment of taxes on the railroad bonds He presented his At a fair calculation it will save this the railroad bonds If he finds that the report and after reading it asked that he tax ridden district of 23000000 Who of company is liable to pay tho taxes he be excused from further service in that this court wants to take the responsibili- Â¬ has been instructed to bring suit to com- Â¬ capacity ty of causing the peoplo of thia district pel it to do eo The report is as follows 1NUK1ITKI3NKH3 REDUCED to pay that sum unnecessarily At a Morris Eskridge as special commisGentlemen As your commissioner called term of this court held on the 11th appointed at a former term of this court of Jan 189 an offer to tako the bonds at sioner made his report He stated that to fund the bonded indebtedness of the 4 i per cent interest was rejected on the the outstanding indebtedness of the railroad taxed district beg leave to sub Â¬ hope that somo imaginary brokerage of county is now 12550 The indebted Â¬ the cily of Chicago with more money ness of last year was 14850 mit the following report The have used all the means at my com Â¬ than Croesu and not half the wisdom amount paid oil during the year was I mand to find a purchaser for the bonds was awaiting and anxious to take them 2250 All county bonds aro drawing 4 at 4 per cent interest but am in no degree at 4 per cent interest and on any terms per cent interest annually Mr Eskridge successful have had many letters of in- Â¬ that could be had The air castle ap- Â¬ was allowed 125 for his services as comquiry from people desiring to invest pears to have exploded leaving no sign missioner money but in every case on their in of its debris It is to be regretted that it HA IBM A STIR vestigating the conditions under which did not succeed it is eUo to be regretted It was when Sheriff Burton asked for this iudebtediiees was created the that we cant sell tho bonds as low as 2 an allowance of 08 as treasurer of the amount of Bame and the amount of or a per cent but as a fact it remains road that a breeze was raised He con- Â¬ security hack of it the prospective pur that we caut I believe the court made tended that the extra work entailed in chaser has declined to go further with a mistake by not accepting the offer lo keeping a record of road orders and paythe iitgDtiations The first drawback take tho bonds at 4J per centand I am of ing out the same was worth extra pay that confronted your commissioner was tho opinim that though there were but and that if his services were rated the the fact that the district had on severa four members of this court present on Bame as the court was paying others for occasions defaulted on the payment of that occasion they would have taken the work of the same class he waa entitled the interest Second the debt itself has offer had it not been for the influence of to fees ranging from 08 to 9114549 been contested in the courts an eflort to out Bide parties who in their exuber Â¬ The court asked Attorney Miller for evade the payment of it which has left ance of jack assery imagined they were the law in the case and the litter decid- Â¬ the impression on the mind of timid very far sighted in all matters pertaining ed that thecourt could not legally allow capital that something is wrong witii to finance and could see how men with the claim as it was a part of the Sheriffs them that they are not gilt edge aud are money were running oyer each other to duty as a county officer to keep the liablu to be repudiated Thia I liud to see who could get here first with their books and pay out all money coming money to buy these bouds also these be the belief of the prospective purchasinto his hands er more than with the broker who at Â¬ same wiseacres Baw more they detected The matter was voted on and Magistempted to place the bonds the brokers a far reachiug scheme on the part of the trates Miller Davis and Walker went on advocates of the deal by which they record for tho appear to have faith in the bonds allowance while Moorman Third purchasers object because the were in some mysterious mauner to reap Mattingly audCannan went against it bonds are not Becured by sufficient a benefit from it Judge Ahl voting with the It is by some however advocated remarking as he did so that the litter wealth I am told that the debt is too claim large for the taxable property of the dis- inaiwe increase taxation sufficient to was exhorbituut pay oil the debt in a year or two In my trict Anil many other reasons are givBurton asked for an appeal en by those who appear anxious to in opinion that would be suicidal to all en 1IURTON III AOAINST IT vest their money why they dont want gaged in it and to the bujiness of the MtlKira nnhnaif inn In lnlnn nnln these bonds at so low a late of intereot district cropped out when Burton asked that the The county is burdened sufficient with sheriff be I have not had the bonds printed for albwed 2250 in final settle s the reason that there was no prospective tax all it can healthfully stand much ment for back taxes complaint now is abroad concerning taxpurchaser at 4 per cent and to have put lteuben had his war paint on and said the district to the expenss of getting up ation no people like to be taxed the Nuy nay Pauline the bonds would it seemed to me be people are to be commended when they He waa opposed to the allowance he putting it to that much expense for resist an unjuBt or unnecessary taxation stated because there was authoriz In a community of poor people with log nothing such a settlement little farms and some of the land poor It has been suggested by parties hav- Â¬ On a vote on the question jNIittingly ing thia matter very much at heart that to put a tax on them sufficient to pay and Moorman voted no while Milhr this honoiable body should have the this debt in a year or two would be Walker Johnson and Carman voted in bonds struck in denominations suitable equivalent to passing an act by the leg the affirmative isiature depriving them of their subsis Â¬ for the convenience of small Durchaserx County Attorney Miller appealed the and attempt to sell them in our local mar tence There are a good many sales for case and it will ga to the Circuit Court taxes as it is to add to this extra burden ket To me this is a visionary scheme for settlement would many times double these saleB without any practical side as far as my Til It HOAl TAX stagnate business and be the means of inquiries have gone not a man who has Charles Mattingly took tbe initiation largely depreciating the value of property the money wants a dollars worth I can in tbe district in Gustaiuing the road tax He made a find purchasers in the county who will A great many would probably pay motion that a tax of 20 pei cent be 1 svied be glad to take all of them on credit their taxes under such Imcumsia ices for road and bridge purposes However this may ba this Bchemotosell who would have to borrow tho money at It N Miller said that the arrangement them in the county might be a success a usurious rate of interest by mortgaging of having the road work done under th lr farms and probably never live to if It were placed in the ha ds of its most see the supervision of the magistrates sauguine advocates They might dis pay the debt paid borrow the money to their taxes at from 0 to 10 percent was made last year and that he did not pose of all these bonds to their neighbors interest when by having them printed and put In the court to furnish it is the hands of this care what the magistrates may think it at 4 1 2 per cent inter- about it of the nuwa boYB lit them sell est hands but that all money raised by them while delivering their evening The rich can pay their It It taxes all the tax this year would be required to piy off what was tquandered in the Hudsouville district last year 1 am opjjsed to tho magistrates voting monvy for work douti under their own supervision As a citizsn and a republican be said lam against such extravagance and I want to bee every dollar of road money erpondedin the right way I do not kuow of any Jaw said he that empowers anybody to legislate so as to vote money into their own pockets He recommended that the work ol There aro dozens of remedies recommended for supervising the flip flfllv roads be put in the Mi 10 MID UIIIJ Sorofula somo of them no doubt being able to afford temporary relief but B S S Is absolutely hands of a road supervisor to bo appoint- Â¬ i i onl nicdy which completely cures it ed by the magistrates iiuuiuuj Lluai IU thiS ih0 fkrofula is ono of tho most obstinato deep seated Henry Harued said that he had some Wood diseases and is beyond tho reach of the some nhofinqtn ninnnnn experience in road working and he many so called purifiers and tonics because some- UUolllldlu UloDdoOi thing more than a merotonio la required 88 H did not believe that any ooo mun can is equal to nny blood trouble and never falls to euro goes down to tho seat of tho dlseaso thus permanentlyScrofula because it supervise all the roads In the county eliminating every but one man could appoint an overseer trace of tho taint in each district and compel all hands to should impress upon thobo nfillcted with it tho vital im Â¬ work six days in the week and under portance of wasting no timo upon treatment which can that system wo could have much better not possibly effect n euro In many cases whero tho wrong roads treatment has been relied upon complicated glandular Hardy Walker said I acted as super Â¬ swellings kavo resulted for which tho doctors insist that a dangerous surgical operation Is necessary visor and worked for four months for Mr II E Thompson of MIUodgevllleGa writes which I received f 132 I did the beBt I A bad caso of BcrofuU broko out on tho glands of my neck ceuld I am for the tax as it is tho only whioh had to bo lanced and caused mo much Buffering I way we can work tbe roads was treated for a long while but tho physicians wore un- Â¬ able to euro me nnd my condition was as bad as when I Mr Moorman coincided with Walker began their treotmont Many blood remedies were used and Mr Burton followed with a very but without effect 8omoono recommended 8and sensible and practical speech I began to Improve as soon as I had taken a S8 bottles few He said ho was in favor of the tax as Continuing tho remodv I was Boon oured oormanentlv ana have nover had a sign of tho disease to return It was tho only way In which we could Bwlfta Specific get good roads He ommended the magistrates in is tho only remedy which can promptly roach and cure obstinate deep seated their efforts and spoke very encourag-Â¬ By on experimenting with the various ingly to them so called tonics etc reWn8 uPn lli all sufferers from blood troubles can be promptly cured Mr Mattingly f BuaorInK w gradually but aufoly undermines vlsor ought to beslid he thought a supei appointed In answer a Ruaranteod purely vegetable- - and never fails to i i to a question from Judge Board Mr Ezem Cancer ltheumatfsm Contagious Blood Poison Lolls MUtlngly n said he had onlycharged 150 Fcer et8 lnht uPon a s B- - nothing can toko its place a day for his services as road supervisor n2S ni 8Bewlll bo mailed free to any address by the of his district Company Atlanta Georgia Carman said he waa opposed to tbe a surp footing A HOT TIME FOR A THOROUGH CLEANSING At the Fiscal Court Proceedings at Hardinsburg B- - V ill ue OF YOUR WHOLE went to Hardinsburg Wednesday an I wero married this being the grooms third venture Itc gular services wero hhl In the Bap tlst church Sunday lty W H Ei gllsli preached at 11 a in and the pastor Z Ferrell a 730 p iu Floyd Miller writes from Henderson that ho will be glul whii that wife haves thi Ohenault hunter Oatlln I wonder why neighborhood Mn G W PayiH was imIIihI lo Sam ple Wednesday to see her slsler Mia Grant who wns viiy low aud ban hi nee died Ttie many friends of Mrs Payne will sympathise with her iu this Borrow For Pale Bicycl- - in good condition Double tube tires wood rims gear 08 barrel hubs upturned handle bar weight 1250 24 lbs An exndent machine U O Lowh All kinds of repiirs Stephensport Â¬ rjfl 1 SYSTEM TAKE LOflGBRMiCH John Kelly nf West Point is theguest of his son William Kelly Eugene McGeheo was tbo guest of Miss Jennie Itoberts last Sunday Katie Kelly was tho gUrst rf Jennie Triplett at the Baskett home place Mr and Mrs Sam Fowler uttendtd Sunday Bchool at Cedar Grove last Sun- Â¬ day Lanson and Maiylln Ditto were the guests of Charlton and David Ditto this week Roy and Walter Foler was at Cedar Grove the guests of ltobt Shrewsbury Sunday What is the matter with tho Fords villa correspondent Lotus hear from you ofteuer please Mirie and Cornelia the little daughters of Mr and Mrs S A Dool y who haye scarlet fever are improving The farmers are waiting patiently for winter to break No gardening has been done in this vicinity as yet Willard Helm llendeison was at Cedar Grove the guest of his friend Itobr Shrewsbury last Sunday Mre J6hu K Ditto and sons Phillips and Paul were the guests of Mr and Mrs Abram Ditto the first of this week Mr and Mrs Calvin Hendrick aud familyaud their faithful Bervanr Rose loft for McKinni y Texas Monday morn Â¬ ing Their departure is regietted by a host of friends here May they prosper in their new home yiERe fioler v pi5 POWERFUL BUT HARMLESS tax and had always been opposed to it as wore nine tenths of the votets in his district TIIK TAX OltDKREI present Messrs Hoy Anderson of Guston and Ed Holt of LouiBville were guests in town Sunday of one of our sweetest and dearest girh Look out boys she belongs to me in a measure my Sunday school pupil and always faithful The colored Methodists of Irvingtou have been having a gloriously big revival with some 24 additions to the church The energy aud interest they take in religious work might well inspire the white oi ople of the community to more rel gious zeal Brother Lewis preached two good sermons Sunday to yery gjod congregations Tub church is to be congratulated upon having secured him for their pastor He is the right man in the right place and will no doubt be a power for great good not only in his own church but to the community at large Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ONLY ONE CUR FOR SCROFULA Sj Mo nKMJr S S S FOR THE BLOOD nt i68 various districts lust year eve Hardinsburg levhd 170X73 disMiss lliittia Sheila visited at Mrs town Sunday bursed 128904 Web Taylors and Mrs A Powells labt Mr Barfield and family have moved to Oloverpori havied dis111715 week Evansville Ind bursed l40J Miss Nannie Taylor who has been Miss Ella Stnhh went to Beaver Dam Stephensport Levied 117131 paid touching at Derby returned home last Sunday to visit friends out 104392 Sunday Bewleyville Lavied Sunday School Convention at the 1315 4 paid There will be a Sunday school Con- Â¬ Baptist church Wednesday 12th out 125577 Hudsonville Levied 112 99 paid vention at the Baptist church April 21st John Jones was home Sunday from and 22ud out 130937 MtQuady he has been clerking for Wil Â¬ Glendeaue Lavied 92t55 paid out Marlon Pilk bought of the Weather son Cobb Gt7 8 holt hein- - 75 acres he alto sold his 20 ltobt Kohau of- Louisville was in HKIOItT OF 1OOH IOUE COMMHeiONKH acres iu Eypt to GrabHin Polk for 76 town last week hes traveling for a Chi- Â¬ Charles V Mattingly as poor house an acre cago cigar boute commissioner reported the names of tho Mits Itise Polk who has been sps nd Mr Bishop of Irvington Rmd Mas Â¬ following inmates of the poor bouse for ing the wiuter with her sister iu Clover ter of the Iryiugton and Fordsvillo whom an allowauco of 70 per capita per port is now with her sister Mrs branch was in town Saturday annum is made for their support John Dorinda Polk Mrs W W Camp returned Tuesday Hibbs ltosina Hibbs Wm Carwll N B Sanders bought of Lovie Win from ltockport aud Oweusboro where Aaron Tiley col James Grainey Wm cliell two acres nf laud laying between she has been visiting relatives Knott the school houBe aud Mrs Simons We Mrs Dr McCarthy returnod from The following are dismissed Mrs Pat- understand he will build soon He gaye J Louisville Friday where she bae been rick John A Roberts 150 vlaitinir her son or several davp The following died Stephen Johnson Several of the boyi took a horse back Mrs Poppain died of consumption Fri Â¬ Mr Bramiett aud lteuben Duguo ride last Sunday which ended in one Tin folowing are the outside paupers gatting throwed aud the other getting day Funeral services were hel ion Sat- Â¬ urday conducted by Itsv Reynold at Monroe itichardson 1 per allowanco his pauls slightly disfigured and then the M E church month Marion Dean 70 per year Elijah they weut home Brown 3 per month Kate Monarch 4 Mr Hayes aud family will move to Wo are having a splendid school here per month Katie Itoberts per mouth Hardinsburg next week Our town will Mr Mulvauey and wife 2 per month this spring have about twenty teachers be tho looser of good citizaus and we re Â¬ from off besides our own home scholars Lula Brickey 1 per month gret to see them leave The following appropriations were I am sorry 1 do not know exactly how District Conference at the M F many there is enrolled made to help the outside poor through church begins Thursday The delegates We are having some very bad weather the winter mnutlu Lily Stinnett li will be entertaint d by the peopls of tho aud the farmers are put back with their John Keiser 20 G G Snyder 2 Ben town who are in hospitality work very much Some have been try Jones 12 Jerry Tilford conductor of the passen- Â¬ ing to make gmlen and tot out fruits Dr A M Kincheloe was allowed ger tram ou thb rvingtou Fordsyille 70 50 for Bervices for the pajst six this week hut gave it up as a bad job branch and Lee Montgomery of the loTwo of our citizens met the othor day months cal train have changed runs temporary and f jund they could not agree so they Eli Mattingly 10 Edmund Moorman The Fordsville Dramatic Club will agreed to disagree which ended by one col 0 Joe Fraizs 10 John Dean col 3 55 Mr Roberta and wife 10 Mrs getting a good wetting and the other a give an entertainmont at the new Col- Â¬ Dalton a widow with eight children was knot ou his head ihey were near the lege Hall Saturday April 16 The title of the play The Squires Daughter allowed 8 for six mouths to help main- Â¬ river when it occurred There will bo good singing Bnd cake tain herself and chil Iren walks between acts The proceeds will Mr Mittiuuly appointed Phillip STEPHENSPORT ba UBd toward buying a piauo for the Greenwillas poor house keeper to sup collega hall ersede Logan Pate And still wo have winter CLAIMS OUUKREIl 1AlD J B Biggs is on the sick list GLENDfcANE It was ordered that all claims allowed A J Perrigo of Evansville is visiting at this term be due and payable July 11 Our grocery man this day has one of relatives here Officers salaries are to be payable quar- Â¬ tho fullest Btoros In tbe couuty filled up Choir practice at It W Vauirhns FrI terly with fresh goods consisting of heavy day evening O F Mattingly was allowed 50 for staplo groceries fancy groceries of every Miss Daisy Wadlinglon of Union Star description six months services as poor commis- Â¬ Also fresh bread low was in town Sunday sioner prices on potatoes salt lime naih and The following salaries wero ordered E H Miller aoullv hunts for lU axee Will make wholesale prices on paid Attorney Milhr 300 Judge pipa when he hai it in his mouth all mineral water Will compete with Ahl 000 and 20 for stationary J O Mr and Mrs f G Reynolds and fami- Â¬ any factory in Kentucky Want your Cunningham 150 ly of Home spent Wednesday with her produce will pay cash for same Call and see ihm Julian H Brown mother IRVINGTON HouBe cleaning time is near at hand PotersAnllsfplloHflallnoOII Mlsa Nannie Ilix wont home Friday When the man of the houie will li stranger in his own home lUlleyillpalnhiunily aoi hcai and cure Mr and Mrs lthodes Brandenburg Mrs Frank O Ferry and son Master fin JiiI JYfNcorncWpd hand bq wero cuests in town tiunday F Miller went to Louisville Tuesday membra Will cure ore or infUmtd Miss 8ueO wings quite a bright look- for oiilneuro5 jiorumen w III find th a two weeks vUlt at No 1021 Fourth wll ing young lady is iu our raldct lor a tola gall Unlmndlliioliulfied your drui St will cheerfully Blit stay mon Ke back your OWI y Clovt W H Morgan and Miss Annie by M00RMA Ahl Jrrt Ky Piayer meeting at the churches on Wednesday and Thursday at 730 p m Dont forgU to come Little Lamar Gardner is off for a visit to his grandparents at Ohenault Hurry home Lamar we inlaj you You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known investment is improved Rial Estate Secure your ground and write t6 Miss Essio Hall has measles Hope she will soon be well and ahl a to uppear in her accustomed pi ice at Sunday Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 J C ltyan aud wifo ppejit last Sunday in Cannolton On motion of Mr Mder 8 A lato John Eary and daughter Mies Ella was elected road supervisor for the went to Louisville last Sunday county and his salary was fixed at 200 Born to the wife of James Pleaeent It was also ordered that tbe assistant supervisor be paid 150 per day f jr each Sunday April lib a boy actual working day he puts in Mis Florence Cockrell went to Can lUCIJKT ON ROAD TAXES Helton to see her brother who is Dick The following nre tbe amounts levied There will be cottage prayer meeting and disbursed for road purposes in the at Miss Kate Weatherholis Wednetdav SI PATE NAMED AS EUIKKVIOU The following order was then made all voting in tho affirmative That we hvy a tax for county purposes ns follows 50 on the In ad 40 cents For on the 9400 worth of properly paupers 0 cents for bridges and current expenses 8 centr for sinking fund 0 cents for roads 20 centB The amount set for roads and collected from the dif- Â¬ ferent districts shall bo expended upon the roads in the respective diBtrics 1 TOBINSPORT FORDSVlLL Bob Crider is fhgnian ou the passen ger tiuin Jesse Moorman of Gleudeane was in Â¬ X Vr i5 Over Bchool Iln fiHXrVltfS teoreJ flimHmiBnikln 5 Mr and Mrs Randall will soon move to Loulsvllo We regret to Bee them go as they are pleaslug additions to our society Oar school Is a succeed and at last on JP h WILL COMPANY LUMBER 494 prices on Long Distance 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