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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - I M 11 ajrwr j wfT rr n T nm wwiia eeweaasese i inn iii 1 fTiflT it f T7 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPORT i ft L VOL XXIII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 3 it The leguminous plants gather and store tlio nitrogen in littlo sacs at their roots and thus build up the soil The ideal nitrogen plants are cow peas or the eoja henna A practical illustration of the viilun of either of thesH was afforded by a farmer namul ribhitts who bought a run down arm which hu sowod In cow peas and bo built up tho soil that he was able to raise forty and fifty bushels of corn to the acre He read a table showing the manurial value of cow peas aitd eojn beaue He advocates the use of the disc harrow and of subsoihug and said that farmers should take advantage of the work dono by tho Natlounl and State Agricultural Experiment Stations and instead of be Â¬ ing laud destroyers they would become laud builders 1899 NO 42 THEY SWAPPED IDEAS Meade and Breckenridge County Farm A SAD DEATH Courtney V Duncan Passes Away at Aslieville N C His Remains Brought Home Por In- Â¬ Royal t Absolutely Pure hovai Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 6mq eowote co ntw romc terment Last Thursday tho friends and rela Â¬ tives nf Courtney V D mean the son of Mr and Mrs II V Duncan of this city received a profound shock when it was learned by telegraph that he had buc cumbed to consumption at Ashovl N C whither ho had been taken by his mother in the hope that the mountain air would restore his health The t gram was receivi d by ills fath Â¬ er II V Duncan Although it was known that Courtnf y was very low it had been hoped that he could be brought home before the dissolution took place Courtney V Duncan was born iu this city November 5th 1874 He received his education In tho public school of this city At au early age he showed won deiful ability as a mathematician and his powers in that direction were unusual He was a young man of high spirit and of the strictest integrity He was employed for a number of years in the wholesale grocery house of the Ameri Â¬ can Grocery company He ateo worked for Robert Pierce in Louisville and for the American Tobac- Â¬ co company All his old employers speak in the highest terms of his fine qualities his faithfulness and integrity About a year ago he first began to show signs of illness and steadily grew worse In December his family resolved that a chance of climate would be bene- Â¬ ficial to him and ou December 19th his mother accompanied him to Asheville 1 1 Â¬ BOILED TO DEATH BORROWED HIS WAD ers Reason Together Jc Sam Bishops 6oo Taken as a Big Joke Sam Bishop is tiie boss of the con- Â¬ He is a big jovial fellow who loves fun hut he got more than he bargained for Friday He had a sack containing 000 and when at Sklllman he flourished it in a tantalizing way at the workmen on the gravel train One of them a negro named Valentine in a spirit of fun snatched the bag of treasure from Bishop but owing to the speed of the train the latter could not return it He handed the money over to the con- Â¬ ductor Bishop telegraphed to have the negro apprehended thinking he had stolen the money but when things were explained and the money returned all was well Ho will be more careful with his wad in future Little Child Falls Into a Kettle struction train of Soap EXPERIENCE WITH GRASSES John Lewis Henrv talked on his ex They Give Common Sense Ideas Soil Culture UU il 4 fc r f V All Home TalentNo Imported Present Hospitably Entertained by the Good People of Irvington Who Fed Them Royally ft- - The Next Meeting Will Be Held at Cloverport and the Date Will Be Fixed In August Irvington was in all her glory last Saturday Her people had on their holiday attiro and their countenances were wreathed in hospitable smiles The cause for all this was the meeting within her gates of the Meade and Breckenridge county Agricultural and Improvement Association For the sake of brevity the people called it the Farmers Institute and they were right for such it was This convention of agriculturalists was attended by some of the i best and most successful farmers in the Ohio Valley They got togeth- Â¬ er for the purpose of talking sense and not theory and they succeeded The best feature of it was that they brought their wives daughters and sons with them and the latter took as much interest in the topics as their sires It was wonderful how eloquent some of theso rugged old farmers became when they dwelt on the themes with which they are familiar 0 They talked about protein and nitrogen as familiarly as the physician talks about the things in the body that masquerade under Latin names Ed Oglesby was really eloquent when he eulogized the ladies and there was no reason why he shouldnt be for a prettier more cultured of the fair sex never gathered together before in this section of the moral vineyard and that is saying a great deal in Kentucky more accomplished congregation The music by Miss Caro Sears PartndgeMis8 Maude Adkisson and Mrs Dr Moremen was exquisitely rendered and it is doubtful if any city of 20000 inhabitants in Kentucky can boast of a quartette of musi- cians more talented or accomplished than they The social atmosphere of the gathering was simply delightful The participants got together like they would around the big fire place in the home circle and the hospitable freedom from the restraints of con- Â¬ ventionality was the most eloquent testimonial to the fraternal feeling existing that could be had Dr P W Foote as chairman was the right man in the right place Mthat fellow was as gifted at speech making as ho is rich in tact hed be president of these United States before ho reachod his sixtieth mile stone His good humored face his persuasive voice and his hearty in- Â¬ vitations to talk put courago into thebroasts of the most timid and thore was more eloquenco spilled in the college hall that day than at a politi- Â¬ cal convention and the best of it is that it was all to a good purpose Heaven bleps them did themselves proud The ladies of Irvington during the dinner hour They prepared a feast fit for tho gods There was the richest com bread the snowiest light bread tho most delicious biscuit over spread beforo hungry mortals Then tho country cured hams and tho fried 4 chicken and the pies cakes piokles salads and jellies wero too good to talk about Thero was an abundanco for all and if any ono went hun- Â¬ gry ho or sho would starve in a land overflowing with milk and honey In a word tho Institute was a success from start to finish srf t thgPJJoplo jail do their of Cloverport ontortain tho farmers as royally as did people and If tho meeting is as interesting and as profit- will grow in popularity It behooves our people to wo axe satisfied that tho institute which will bo hold enthusiastio and oq well attended us tho two preceding here will ones perience with grasses He prefaced ills Frantic Mothers lifforts to Save It remarks be deploring the fact that there Are of No Aval was not a larger number of people present and said if thero was a circus or One of tho most distressing accidents nigger minstrel in town the place could that has occurred in this section in re not bold the crowd rent years was the one that befell the He said as a soil saver and a soil re- Â¬ infant child of Mr and Mrs Hefley near storer grass is beneficial He purchased Patesvile last Saturday a farm 35 years ago that had been worn The mother was making soap out in out by the successive crops of tobacco the yard and while her attention was at- Â¬ and corn Tho original owner made a tracted to something els the little one better living on virgin eol the he could who was playing ab ut the i oap kettle but ho couldnt do it now Mi Henry fell into the cauldron of boiling soap said lie is constantly spending money grease Ita mother heard the agoniz nir building up the farm lie lluds grass to shriek of the little one and hastened to b the only means of keeping the Boil She boldly plunged tier the rescue from washing and has to keep growing arms into the seal ling hot liquid and it to save the farm Ryo is beneficial grasped the body of the child The pain but has to be worked too much and does howeyer was more than she could enprevent the land from washing He not dure and she let the little one fall back is an ardent advocate of red clover and into the kettle Again she attempted said it cannot be excelled as a soli re tho rescue aud succeeded but her child Building and Improvement Notes storer He intends to grow tho soja had been literally boiled to death bean this year He grows orchard grass Gleaned About Town The heroic mother is frantic with grief principally and finds it best adapted to over her loss the needs of this section It wont buil I up laud as quick as red clover but it N 0 Outlook for the Building Trades in SAVE YOUR SUA1AC For a time a noticeable improvement grows wheat fast and lots of it Cloverport Is Bright With orchard grass you can graze your seemed to take place but it was only There Will be a Demand for It in land eight months in the year and still teniporaiy and he grew worse The brick and masonry work of Cloverport On Wednes lay his uncle Charles P grow a seed crop mere is as much the building to be occupied by the money in it as wheat although the craea Babbage started to Asheville to assist in George H Leonard of the great mer- firm of Heston Willis Co is now under after being threshed lias no great value caring for him on the journoy home but cantile house of George II Leonard way The structure will be rushed to before he could get there Courtney had Co as feed Boston Mass accompanied the L completion as fast as possible When The best time for seeding is the last of passed away H St L officials on the Katie as completed it will be an ornament to the The bereaved mother arrived in this January cr first of February for sowing THE PROCEEDINGS their guest last Thursday night Ho town wheat and about the first of May if sown city with the remains on tho 1020 train came to Cloverport for the purpose of last Friday morning The funeral took looking for seed The handsome new cottage being the town over as a location for a Dr Foot Calls the Convention to erected by John A Heston in the lower He uses a bushel and n half of seed to p ace at 11 oclock Saturday morning at sumac curing plant and seemed very the acre and when it comes up turns his the M E church and was very largely favorably impressed and will undoubted- Â¬ end of town is nearing completion It is Order a beauty and will be quite an ornament stock on it to keep it tender It is fit to attended Rev Joiner preached a ser- Â¬ ly put up a factory here that will handle to mon full of consolation and comfort to 200000 tons of graze all winter that section the shrub Sumac is the heart broken family The second meetiug of the Meade and used largely in tanning light leather A on Clover and Sugar Beet Foster Heyser has improved his second Among the relatives who attended the large Breckenridge county Agricultural and A Word quantity grows wild in this county street property to a wonderful extent of Rome Ind was in- Â¬ funeral and who shared in the sorrow of Improvement society took place last J J Wheeler and it will bring money to a class of New portices have been added and im Â¬ Saturday in the auditorium of the Irv- Â¬ vited by the chairman to address the the afllictod parents were O P Babbage people in the county who need it most provements have been made on tho ington college institute He dwelt on the methods Louisville Mr and Mrs V G Babbage wood work A fine fence has been It was caINd to order hy Dr P W pursued in the work in Perrj county Hardinsburg Mrs ElUi Taylor Rosetta IN OPERATION erected about the house aud a good Foote the chairman who stated that it Ind and complimented the association and Mr and Mrs David Duncan Brand brick walk lias been laid was the purpose of the institute to en on the attendance and the interest man- Â¬ enburg The Cornwall Sandstone Quarries gender a more progressive spirit among ifested W II Bowmers beautiful home Working Full Blast Telephone to Patcsvllle He said he never failed to get a good tho tillers of the soil in this section He is to be entirely repainted Manager Boardman of the Cumber- Â¬ said it was the duty of all farmers to stand of clover for the reason that he The Cornwall Sandstone quarries a study their business that they become sows in January Then it is sure to go land Valley Telephone Company was up Fred Fraize is having bachelor quar- Â¬ into the ground He also spoke about from Oweiibboro last week and while mile or two below the city have at last ters built on Second street thrittier and better agriculturalists The A large number structure will here made arrangements to iuu a tele Â¬ been put in operation Thomas H Ditto secretary of the con- Â¬ his success in growing the sugar beet contain two rooms and of expert stone cutters have been em He planted on May 4th and June 5th phone line from this city to Patesville vention then in a beautiful and touch Â¬ will be a model of coziness and comfort ing prayer invoked Gods blessing upon using seed that had been furnished him The line will be of the best construction oloyed and extra bands are being put on daily Tho company has a big contract Fruit Prospects by the national department of agricul- Â¬ and will soon be in operation the deliberations of the assembly ou hand and will boubtleea work the ture He sows in rows 22 inches apart Fruit growers in thia section predict a Ms Caro Sears Partridge rendered Buying Walnut Lumber quarry all summer It adonis employ Â¬ fine year for strawberries blackberries the Norwegian Bridal Procession in a and breaks his soil to a depth of 14 inch ment to a well paid class of laborers all cherries and apples The prospects for C W Callisou who has headquarters manner that demonstrated her to be a es He has a one horse plow to follow master pianist She is gifted with an the big plow and finds this a good meth- Â¬ at Louisville was in the city Friday for of whom will speud their money iu this these small fruits are brighter than for artistic conception of music and is in od of subsolline His crop produced on tho purpose of buying black walnut city years Very few raspberries will be thorough sympathy with her art Her a basis of 17 tons to the acre and as a hog timber He has purchased about 50 raised All the apple brandy distilleries QROUND TREMBLED rendition of this classic was so beautiful and cattle feeder it was a great success 000 worth of timber in this counly in in this region are being enlarged and that it evoked the most hearty applause Mtiny feeders is now putting hogs on the the past few weeks The wood is all Cloverport Shook by an Earthquake improved and the prospects are that Louisville market by feeding them with shipped tcr Hamburg Ga there will be a big quantity of brandy Saturday Night the sugar beet They can be stored cider and vinegar distilled Overcome With Heat RESTOR1NO THE SOIL in a hole or cellar during the winter About 8 10 Saturday night a severe The tropical weather of the past few like potatoes NEQRO CRUSHED The first subject to be discussed was shock of earthquake was felt in this city days has been a source of discomfort to Restoring Woru Out Land and it was PREPARING Tho seismic disturbance lasted for BED SEED FOR many people The temperature ranged about fifteen seconds assigned to Ed Oglesby of Cloverport It was most die Brakeman Caught Between the Car WHEAT as high as 00 on Saturday Mrs Jesse trictly felt at Vests store He started off with the proposition where heavy Bumpers This was the subject assigned to Mr that there are three farms to be cultivat- Â¬ Lyddon He is a venerable old man Weatherholt was overcome by the heat articles in the grocery department were on Saturday and has been ailing ever ed The subsoil under the surface the jarred around with considerable force Bill Valentine a negro brakeman on since Continued nn Eighth Page surface and the air All of them pos Pictures on the wall aud articles in the work train was caught between two sessed the elements that made the crops tho office were thrown down Now a Boniface cars while making a coupling Saturday He said it was absolutely necessary to aud was painfully crushed about tho Lee Dowell of Stephensport is the Acquitted cover the land with something even if breast and back latest Breckenridge counly citizen to water had to be UBed for the purpose Jack Tludle of Dukes was tried before adopt the life and vocation of a hotel He also advised farmers to shade the Judge Adair at Hawesville last Wednes Measles are Epidemic man Ho has leused land and illustrating the benefits of thia forget Litchfield Hu will the Veech house at day on the charge of harboring Anne In other months Measles have become epidemic in both undoubtedly make cited the fact that it a barn door be al- Â¬ tin daughter of B F Lynch of Pates Cloverport and Tobinsport There are Spring a success of his venture lowed to lie flat on tho soil for a season the harsh winds v lie It is alleged that the girl is a a large number of cases in both places or two when it is removed tho soil But they have their use as minor and left home without her fathers Here in Cloverport Mrs Wm They Went Beaius shaded by it grows the most luxuriant consent The trial came up on a writ of has been afllicted with A teachers examination was held at the disease but some say to blow out the g rasa habeas corpus and the father was award Â¬ ii hoped that she will pull through all Cannelton last Saturday and O F ed custody of his daughter The parties right He said that clover is an aristocratic bad air accumulated after Bobbins Z 11a Walter Lt slie Anderson are all highly respected While it is a great soil restorer it Winter storms and Spring and Oilie Kinley of Topii plant Bport braved Broke His Leg has to be coaxed He did not care to There is far more tho elements by crossing the river dur Â¬ thaws flolasses Exploded make war on it but thought il was an John Will Dent who Uvea near Irving- Â¬ important accumulation of ing the storm Friday night to attend expensive luxury A barrel of the finest New Orleans ton fell from an apple tree Mouday and All Are Down He pointed out the fact that it was badness in the veins and ar- Â¬ melasses which was stored in the grocery broke his leg besides sustaining other cheap to restore tho soil with stable It is veiy seldom that an entire family department of Vests store fermented injuries of a severe nature humanity which is sorely manure but that very few farmers sayed teries till cted as is that of John Friday and the ga which generated in ai Sarsaparilla this valuable product for that purpose needs BIrk who lives near Morelons Mill the barrel exploded from spontaneous BLOOD CURE SENT FREE In fact two billions of dollars worth of This great Spring Medicine clarifies The five poisons who constitute tlo cimbustlon For a while Gone Vests this fertilizer is wasted annually hy the the blood as nothing else can It cures family are all down with loagestive place was the sweetest thing in town A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze- disease liver troubles agriculturalists of the United States scrofula kidney kindred ailments ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Thus fever rheumatism and Painting the Poles Such a waoto by bankers or buslnesi it gives perfect health strength and ap Cancer Eto Will be Tried Thursday men would bankrupt them in a year petito for months to come The handsome telephone poles of the If vou have tried rtanirilUi natent medl- My kidneys troubled me Stable manuro is rich iu nitrogen Kldnoya The case of Henry Fisher who is Ohio Valley Telephone Company re- Â¬ clnei and doctored and Hill hava old pcrtutcnt ores plmplei dlitreulng eruption of the ikln advice took Hoods SaraaparllU phosphoric acid and potash the three and ongave prompt relief better appetite charged with stabbing Aleck Ilibinson cently erected in this city are being arms or leiri itchlnjf sensation Irrltatlnc skm which troubles ccsema scrofula ulcers contagious IXWJU most valuable fertilizing constituents My Bleep Is refreshing It cured my wife In thothroat hai been set for Thursday piloted red and a slate color When the lever sores mercurial rheumatism catarrh Mich ail Botls 8473 Denny Street alto with Nitrogen is the most valuable fertillz aud will come off in Judgo 8klllmana work is finished Cloverport will have a Iiolsonbee coveted give 11little IIsores cancer or any 11 Pittsburg Pa blood taint then atrial because II ing iDgredlent It is the most plentiful court Both parlies are colored It II IlnUnlc lllood Halm Is mads for lust such teephone system that would bo a credit Hvor Dyspepsia Complicated with yean caMand It cures to stay cured those stubborn and yet it was the hardest to set at and kidney trouble I suffered for to any town In the state blood diseases that other Didder u edlcines lall even Struck by Lightening Hoods to benefit AUabotenatned troubles arc evidence Hungarian millet makes a good fertiliz Â¬ with dyspepsia with severe pains hearty Barsaparllla mdo me strong and nf bad diseased blood in the body and II II U Will Locate Here During the heaviest part o the storm ing crop and to does rye the latter hav Â¬ J D Kmkrton Main Street Auburn Me cures because It forces all the poison or Impurity or Cloverport Is to have a new physician blood humors out of the body bones and entire sys Â¬ Hip DiseaseFive running sores on last Friday night lightening Btruck the ing the advantage of being a good cash tem doubt its power to ny hip caused me to una crutches WasÂ¬ home of John UJark Esarey at Toblns Dr F L Llghtf jot of Hawesville has oner toTo remove allsutTerer ofsample bottle cureIt we send to any a of II crop Hoods Bar confined to bed every winter port and dampg d It to the extent 100 determined to locate here and will be- Â¬ II absolutely free H U 11 Is an old well tried Â¬ my life cured remedy hence we know that It cuiea lo stay cured bone tho profligate purchase saparllla savedstrong as It well mo per No one Ground and fectly Ahhh wai hurt Am come a permanent resident of the town for the people cured by I II II years ago are well of which is impoverishing the farmer to day and free from all blood Impurities KoBinT 49 Fourth St Vail Blyer Mass on May 10 only contains about 137 pounds of nitro Â¬ Home Burned Caaoer Bleeding Etlng Sores Cancer ol Nose lip fare ear or neck eater nU gen to the ton Foot Crushed The home of William Stewart con Â¬ cr Internal oncer bleeding eating sores are alt by the most stable caught fire last week and was The lugumlnous plants are the great Dick Dellaven a colored laborer on cured made II II U druggists powerful blood purl fier All sell U titter protein and nitrogen producers burned to tue ground They Mr Stewart the branch had his foot crushed Satui largo botUe Write tor trial bottle UiLat sample and a botte of U 11 II wUI be sent by return mall feed on the air while the cereals and lived In the Cromwell neighborhood in day by a cross tie dropping on It The all charges prepaid Hoods F11U curt UTtrllUthtnon lrTlUUnin4 Address IlIO0 HALM CO jij Mitchell SU Atlanta Ga Descrlbayour only cMhtullo U MxmII wuo nooai pijifm grawea feed on the soil aid Impoverish Ohio county injury was quite painful symptoms and free personal on Successful Brains Were Â¬ ITEMS OF PROGRESS Â¬ Â¬ Out Sight Out of Mind tf of Â¬ we of of Hoods - Ml given medical advice will fee vw9 ijjjiiiW fw r r5 IT5ffpwJIB tiM COMING SOON 1 HU ispu BANK OF B GALAXY OF HAEDI1T3BUEG MILLIONAIRES WILL MILLER Vice President M 11 F HEARD President BEARD Cnahinr 1 Wet Cobs an Irrigators Dr John T West of Bowling Qreon sayB that one of the Bimplcst and cheapest expedients that over caino undor his I havo gono 14 jiy at a tlmo without at observation as how to get a sure stand of movement of the bnwela not being able to mora tliom except by using hot water Injection tender tobacco plants or any vegetable Chronic constipation for wrenyenra placed too In terrible condition iturlnii that Unto I did or fruit plants in a dry season la that of thlathin heard of but novor found any relief ev ery such Â¬ 1 CONSTIPATION LINCOLNS SELFISHNESS I waamyensfl until 1 began ublitg CABCA1IKT8 now hare from one to threo passage a day and If I wna rich I would ttlvo 110000 for each movement It Aymuku I hunt la auch a rollof lM Uuasoll St Detroit Mloh COMING SURE 1 The G W BEARD Fortunes of the Worlds Richest Akn MORRIS ESKRIDGK VDIREOTORfi J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS JOHN AWISHOP President E R BASSETT DAN ORILEY Vice President John Jacob Astor Will flake Every Second 193 Cashier Who is Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 188 Lcitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 15000 DEPOSITS INTEREST PAID ON TIME A RICHARDSON Garfield Kentucky A Headquarters or All Kinds of FARMING 1 IMPLEMENTS person two or threo years ago a New York cor- Â¬ respondent ol a leading Western paper devoted a good deal of space setting forth the wealth attainod by the men who had accumulated 50000000 or more At that time the list contained nine names aud stood In the following order William Waldorl Astor 160 000 Jay Gould 100000000 John D Rockefeller 10000000 Cornelius Van derbilt 90000000 William K Van derbilt SO000000 Henry M Flagler 00000000 John I Blair 50000000 Russell Sage 50000000 OoIIIb 1 Huntington 50000000 The above estimates were Haul to be authentic at the time they were pub Â¬ lished The wealth of Mr Astor consists of real estate In New York City Goulds was in stocks and bonds Rocke fellers is partly in Standard Oil stocks and partly in railroad securities the Yanderbilts is in railroad stocks and bonds Mr Flaglers is in Standard Oil stocks and government bonds Mr Blairs is in government and municipal securi- Â¬ ties Mr Sages is in stocks aud bonds or loans and Mr Huntingtons is in rail- Â¬ road securities It is said that William Waldorf Astor will be a billionaire before he reaches the allotted age and that he will follow the precedent set by his John Jacob Astor in transmitting his fortune to Ilia eldest sou Should he become a billionaire his income at six percent interest would ba 00000000 a year 5000000 a month 1171151 a week tflOOMil a day 0052 05 an hour 11588 a minute ami iyl IM h second As to the wraith of Andrew Carnegie and John Wauamaker the iron and steel king is said to be woith 20000 000 and the merchant prince srlO000000 Chicago Record er reputed to be the wealthiest Somo in tlio United States breaking up corn cob and Bonking them In water say a week or mouth or any other length of time according to quan Â¬ When the tity of molsturn desired plants are ready and the soil is well pre pared to receive thorn simply insert tlio coo and the plant into the same cavity in the ground one by the oido of the other It has been demonstrated he says that a well wet three Inch cob buried in the ground out of sight by the side of a plant will furnish the roots of any ordinary plant enough moisture to carry it well into that degree of life and toughness as to defy the ravages of the bugs worms and the deadly effects of the Bcorching sun Then he says when mister cob has served his moisture mis sion he is quickly assimilated by the earth the dominating agency thus asÂ¬ sisting in enriching tlio land Â¬ Â¬ He Helped to Save a Litter of Pigs I H Harris World Famous CANDY Mel Plate Slows r Mf bAIHArtllC Honest Old Abo Did It to Oet Pence of Mind rrtADf MASH Will Exhibit at RfOISTIRIO flood Never Sicken PleMant Palatable Weaken or Urlpo Cbleat HMtraal rotent Taste 10c aoo Good Do too 321 passenger tUrltf Ktmtlf Caaipaay CUREGON8TIPATION Tari BRIGHT SIDE OF THE J PASTORS LIFE Â¬ On Wednesday April 20 1809 at Story of a Slave about 3 oclock p m I waa in my study To bo bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the woist hard at work when all at once I heard unto that form of slavery George D Williama quito a chattering not like made by any of the brethren I dropped of Manchester Mich tells how such a My my work and rushed to tho window and slave was made free He says twenty of our wife has been so helpless for five years behold I saw fifteen or Marthas that wo Maries and bed alone that she could not turn over in up After using two bottles of Electric Hitters brethren have always loved coming the walk I rushed for my wife I felt she 1b wonderfully improved and able Thla supremo that she was greatly needed but oh she to do her own work Â¬ remedy for female diseases quickly cures waa taking a nap I called for our visinervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache fainting aud dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a god sntto weak sickly run down people Only 60 cents Every bottle guaranteed Haynes druggist Sold by Short Jolly Women of Vienna is the capital of Austria chiefly noted for producing three things coffee music and women The word describes the temper of the jolly Viennese woman most pally She lives only for today and lets the morrow take care of itself She is as good a housekeeper as her German sister but not quite bo particular she is quite as economical bui dretHea herself more ar tistically she is juBtas good a mother but a more loving wife Sho 1b some what nervous and tlio quarrel with her husband is as regular us the amen iu her prayer The trueNt and prettiest type of the beautiful Viennese woman comes from the south In common with the majority of her European sisters the Viennese mnkes inarriegi her goal but retains her giillsh ways her jolly spirit and much of her beautv aud eyen to guess at her age is not only n crime but an absurdity Vienna Â¬ Â¬ jdtzA Drug btorc All Kinds of - GOODS First Class Milliner Consumptives As an honest romedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out fsilio hopes in advanced stages hut truthfully claims to giye comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloyerport E A Witt Haniiusburg To All the Season A Plucky Artist All Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Officii In Hcur of Moorman A Owens Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY EverYthinj thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE II UnANDENUUHG GASIERKt KENTUOKY Jewelry und Insiinmcc SEND US ONE DOLLAR r Iai9 pllr bViii rril litHtloiUK luiL ou ttoou mlijcct to examination took bTUVK by frHklitC rxmiiifl it ai your frilsht OejMit and If found iwrfect KtrW liturutury 4 lb rtUt Mf IliH OVIT Jill you MW or he rd ornay the t HklllllT ioxvrtiir MitntL J KKK SI300 MtapF V lens the 1100 j WRiTKxnounniaFREE rnt wltti or XEJ OlVllb UMI WSalU i- Hv n 119 00 Thll tore la stse No I oven li and freight chant riiada from letplK Iron extra UHHIII toplstiiSJi larice flues fieavy covers heavy Unions and irrates lance orm heir heavy tlnllned oven door haiiilonie nickel iilated ornamtntatlona and trlmminiri eitra larice dpirenulneruadWaortlala II4 rrrnlr tiand and baraer aome larve ornamented bate Ht we furnlh rHKK an extra wood trrata making It a per fect kI barar MS I SSI It A HllUltU HaKtSTaK with every storo and tntarantee safe delivery toyourralt road station Your local dtalr would rhanre yuu fii CO for such a stove the freight la only about llw for each KHimtlea Ja at liat SIIMH AiMres WSQ J et ACHE BIRD It ib extraordinary what some men can Finishing the rionopolistic Revolution Ver accomplish in spitu of ill fortune The New York Journal of Commerce estchngin had his right thumb bo badly in a recent article on the trusts pointed a trd somo years ago that out Unit the textile industries in the bitten by lop On the field ol it had to be amputated United States where the only industries battle the middln finger was made use of magnitude not wholly or in part Hy a fall on tlio steppes less by a shot brought within the clutch of monopoly later the centre bones of the same The formation of the wollen trust capi- Â¬ Nevertheless hand were shattered tal 05000000 the cotton trust 80000 Verestchagin is one of the foremost pain Â¬ 000 worsted trust 73000000 and car ters iu Russia and makes as dexterous pet trust 05000000 reported in Satur Â¬ of right baud lamed as it is as days Iost Dispatch will about complete uso his any man in Europe the monopolistic revolution in this coun- Â¬ try In Great Britain the textile indus Â¬ Whooping Cough tries were monopolized some time ago I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attact of whooping cough Tlifl Kind You Ha n Always Bocgkl Bean the My nelhbora recommended Chamber Â¬ Signature lains Cough Remedy 1 did not think of that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that rem Â¬ Unequal Division Mollle had been to church for the firt edy I noticed an improvement and one time and on her return home hei grand- Â¬ bottle cured him entirely It is the best mother asked her what she thought of cough medicine I ever had in the house J I Moork South Burgettstown Pa I like it very much It she replied For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport but there was one thing I didnt think R A Shellman Stephensport was fair What was that dear Why one man did all the work and an Â¬ Costly Mausoleum other man took all the money What is undoubtedly the most ex- Â¬ Cities Built on Islands pensive tomb ever erected for a private cities in Europe stand wholly or individual is the splendid mausoleum Foir in part on islands Venice is the best erected in Greenwood cemetery Brook- Â¬ lyn to the memory of John Mackay the known on account ot ita historical past It cost over the next comes St Petersburg the capi- Â¬ California millionaire ooooo tal of Russia and tho last two are the cities of Ghent and Amsterdam situited Old Age Pensioned respectively in Belgium and Holland The law of Denmark now gives to Tommys Destiny every Danish subject man or woman What are you going to be when you the right to a pension at sixty years of age except in cases of convicted crimingrow up Tommy asked tho yiBitor I think said Tommy thoughtfully als paupers or those who have come to distreBH by extravagtuce that I shall be somebodys ancestor Â¬ Gm tors Miss Bessie Moorman and MIbs Nannie Fisher but alas they were napÂ¬ ping too The door bell rang and I turned and admitted tho good ladies not only of our church but of the Methodist church and of other faiths also for we have no middle wall of partition between us in our little town when it comes to Christian love and sympathy and tho nice and good things we did receive that day Meat flour tomatoes canned fruit pickles coffee lard sugar cakes lemons table linen chinaware a beautiful coffeo pot in the delft ware from Grandma McGlotblan and amoung the other donations was a lovely center piece and side board scarf Tho smallest lady of the occasion who donated was little Miss Cathrlne Wimp wno presented us with a nice pair of towels- - PreBented by Mrs Heron a beautiiul basket of fbwers It was filled with the grand old Marcbael Neil and Calla lillies enriched at the bottom with a silver coin How can we express our appreciation To everything there is Soomon says a season aud a time to every purpose under the heavenB 1 feel that this is the time to speak But I am conscious of this fact that this is also one of the times that word of mouth cannot express the gratitude aud appreciations of the heart To Bay we are very grateful and thankful does not begin to express the joy and comfort we receive by this hearty manifestation of your love aud appreciation for your pas tor and bis helpmeet For us to kuow we have your love and sympathy ia enough to cause us to meet the obstacles and burdens that may surround us in lilo with renewed purpose and energy Happy the paBtor who can lean upon such a spirit of appreciation as is mani- Â¬ fested by you in the very beginning of our work as pastor aud people All of our members and friends could not be here Wo hope they also will feel that what we have said is an ex- Â¬ pression of our love to them also for kindness and appreciation already ex- Â¬ pressed May God help us all to appreciate the bond of union by which we are bound and learn to sing with a more sacred meaning Â¬ Mr Lincoln once remarked to a on tho old time mud wagon coach on tho corduroy road which antedated roads that all men were prompted by selfishness In doing good or ovil His fellow passenger waa antagonizing his position when they were passing over a corduroy bridge that spanned a Blough As they crossed this bridge and tho mud wagon was shaking liko a Sucker with chills they espied an old razor backed sow on the bank of tho Blough making a terrible noise because her pigs had got into the slough and were unable to get out and in danger of drowning Aa the old coach began to climb the hlll sido Mr Lincoln called out Driver cant you stop just a mo- Â¬ ment If tho Tho driver replied Tho other other feller dont object who was no leas a parsonage feller than at that time Colonel E D Baker the gallant general who gave liis life in defence of Old Glory at Balls Bluff did not object when Mr Lincoln jumped out ran back to the slough and began to lift the little pigs out of the mud and water and place them on the bank When he returned Colonel Baker re- Â¬ Now Abo where does selfish Â¬ marked ness come in on this little episode Why bless your soul Ed that waa tho very essence of selflahuesB I would have had no peace of mind all day had I gone on and left that milTering old bow worrying over those pigs I did it to get peace of mind dont you see The Springfield 111 Monitor fellow-- GLOVERPORT FRIDAY - - MAYS Fattti y v u i kMOTO 3 q U ft M -- M 4 jTeSnMojsitKTwK FR0K YD0O JA THE MOST EXPENSIVE FEMUKB WITH ANY SHOW IN AMERICA J Gypsy the Largest Elephant on Earth And her Little Baby Barney The Largest Den of Performing Lions In the World A Multitude of Daring Gymnasts P Many old soldiers now feel the effects of the hard service they endured during the war Mr Geo S Anderson of Rosa ville York county Penn who saw the hardest kind of service at the front is now frequently troubled with rheuma Â¬ tism I had a severe attack lately ho says and secured a bottle of Chamber- Â¬ lains Pain Balm It did me bo much good that I would like to know what you would charge mo for one dozen bottles Mr Anderson wanted It both for his owu use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as every family should have a bottle of it in their homes not ouly for rheumatism but lame back sprains swellings cuts bruises and buinu for which it is unequalled For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ Two Performances Daily at 2 and 8 Doors Open One Hour Earlier fflllll OBnFB cntthls and Bend to us and WOWllI Send you OUR HIGH ZmmZmmZmmmZmlmSmHnJmmmmmSmmm ijct to tiaaiL OlADEDROPCAIIMET IIMtOICa SIWIMQ MACHINE b rplal C o D You can examine at your nearest freight atla prrctiy ittiirctrT It exactly as represeniea depot ana II rouna Mrul I ieklM atkr Mil a kirk a 0000 aaa Till sriyn no moneys ma uurtD or fcsrfegjMl T Ijjyl T ESS canTiST suaaiu iou 120 and the freight will average 73 centa for each 600 miles GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIALln your own homeand we will return your I15M any day you are not satisfied tTllOII 00 Slloo rral ifcc aaa rraa er ewwlapr acaia ai VHSO SlSOOaadvp all fallr 4Mrlhad la Oar Frra Sewlaa Xcala Catalorae bat SI5SO ferial DB09 mmmoK la the greatest value ever o ered by any house pmind oner weigns irdtiiimiour spooialmaeaue Prloa m irciffns enarges 1110 nr 1560 jr BB Ml iTfif sBM BJM J JBIBMiPsnisesesesesesesesM WVVA m mM 4KHTCH vertlsmente offering aaawa atckl under various names with Writs frlcaa la Caltan aa lira waa ar various Inducements BIMADLK MO WHO ARI SOT has everr BCDIRS iirROViBUT esk oasihet BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ftoeVp Hoax made iiv miixwliaWJS TKyiC3W lM I THE BURPICK DKNCcrsor 2 nl I aaw2LtlMiNl hkht TIIEIIKBTMATISUIAL tiik FHOH makrk in amemoa n t fViisV mm IVEBY GOOD rOI1T OV XTERY GR1UX RUCUM BIDS WITH t 111011 mmm asaaaasaaaa u iy3TP I at A Young Diplomat A little boy was going on a visit 3 mtKfpfjtmSSmmUSjMQM VBBxUgCT and was told before going by his mamma not to ask for anythiug to eat as he had been in the habit of teasing for some Â¬ thing at every place he went to He happened to call at his aunties and walked around tho room a few times At last ne thought of a plan and said Auntie dont vou thing your cookies will get mouldy Have You Kidney Trouble A 50c trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Cure will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg tw 5 5 ft X Mm JUsJm rear frclskt atrrat the ac iutJiea IT COSTS YOU NOTHING JJi sa nssu awv aiuiBavviivi osssskv VJ9JJ convinced trttitvlatr tSftOO ta KOOO vtr and rtnnnn TOCU then If U say TO KKTLuS wllkla Urri Htatks yen uyjeaare U 0 at 1650 ukuihtu vai jju r 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doelther rla n or anr kind of fancr work A 2 0 YE AIIS BINDING GUARANTEE Is sent with erery machine lW iCTcJnT I ff I rr Mnaatr Mat a TtTirATl 5fa5S jvi Si Inc Chicago When you write mentionthu paper A BOON TO MANKINO DR TABLERS BUCKEYE Progress of Co Operation In Irland In 18S0 Mr Horace Plunkett began the work of organizing co operative societies There are now 357 of Luch societies with a membership ot about Of these 170 are co operative 140000 creameries and by their aid the butter industry of Ireland was saved from the dS2 9 si oi litest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love The fellowship of kindred minds is like to that above Our fears our hopes our aims are one Our comforts and our cares i c sbBc tsb4lii S x- rs PILE CURE in Ireland CDgMmCT God help us all to join hands and carry out this wonderful truth J T Lewis and Wikk 3J PIh JffTA Ei W 3 Gnmwni Ela texB1 Marvels ot a Graphophone One of the wonders of tho end of tho century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of tho most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any Bound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to tho COIUMUIA PlIONOCIHAlU ruin that threatened it through foreign Co operative saving banks competition are also rapidly increasing A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS Sole Proprietor ULiaflf NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED JAMES F BALLARD - 310 North Main StreetST LOUIS MO MEN Â¬ For salo by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky 3 NO CURE NO PAYS Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap Â¬ THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Drs K Si K wilt positively cure forever any form of Mood or Bexual dlseao It it the result of 80 years experience in tho treatment of theeo diteases 9yrG 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing Co 8EARU ROEBUCKCOINCCnlCAC0llL an EiMbatk la an laraojaly rsllalle XalUr When you write mention thla paper Pennsylvania Ave Washington No 010 D O f WE CURE SYPHILIS This terrlblo Wood Poison tho terror of mankind yield readily to our NEW Uerraro of Mercury TUKAIMKNT lotath etc They may ruin your ryateui If you have sores In tbo inouth or tongue pain In tlio joints soro throat hair or eyebron falling outpunpleor blotches stomach derangement aore eyes head Â¬ aches etc you have tho secondary itage We solicit tho of thl lllood Voiron most obstlnato cases nO challenge tho wnrld for n cjuaho accent for treatment and cannot euro lly our treatment the ulcer henl the hair grows again pains disappear the tkln become healthy and marrugo is poaaiuio nnu laic J J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th I Friday of every month with plney forests of Norway Ring out tho old Ring In the new King out the falsa Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from tho M Something Wrong This coffee does not seem quite right dear said young Mr Hunuimoou to the beBt bridle iu the world I know it doesnt replied his inexperienced little wife with tears in her voice And I cant imagine what ia the matter with it either It is the first time I ever made coffee dear and Im afraid I have done something wrong The seed have been boiling quite half an hour but they just wont get soft What do you suppose is the matter Pitts Â¬ Â¬ and Steel Cap S2 fS r ff Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement Write for Price and Catalogue SAVVVVVUVVVNAVVVVSA CURES GUARANTEED Thousand of young and tntddlo aged men havo their vigor and vitality tapped by early abuses later eiooasos mental worry eto No matter the cause our New ilothod Treatment Is tho refuge V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW I burg Chronicle WECURE1MP0TENCY And restoro all art to n normal condition Ambition life ami enerirv are ro- newed and ouo feel himself a man among men jvery case is ireateuinui Mdually no mre tll honco our wonderNo matter what ail you ful succen We can fur consult us confidentially nish bank bond to guarantee to accom plish what wo claim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Casper May Co DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey OANNELTON IND THE BEST OF THEM ALL I LIPPINCOTTS Contain DNTHLYJtAaAZINE I ana entertaining reading matter JTa fontlntfd ttarlt tthtch art 09 bJeilonatilm to tuoof t audara a complsta norel In every num bojjln addition ton large quantity or uaeful It ihoulrt be In every household Sub Â¬ scription S300 per year Agent wuntecf in everr town to whom the mot liberal Inducement will be orrurad 8 LimMCOTT OOMFANT PnbUihin J aagrtpaawajUucoacbaaiulooUa fimakaa 1 aag rnaam nam m A Mtinitj I AM SB VEARS OLD and never naed any ranwJy equal to ih UaUv line Tar Hooay II livaa quick and permanent rellal a Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Posltlvo Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila- Â¬ rated tho microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that fielding Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thera Is no Inclination to cough 8 OLD OY ALLQOOD DRUQQI8T Battlas Only 25o 60u nd 100 Blsas Great Linguists In linguistic attainments the Russians are far in advance ot other nations Their leisured and cultured classes ap pear to have the faculty of acquiring languages specially developed aud can for the most leant a new language with a fraction ol the time and trouble it takes a Briton or any othor European HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY I Â¬ We treat and eurei EMIBSIO N8 VAHICOOEIE BYIMIIMH OLKET IBTHIOTUIIM IMIOTHNOY SKQitKT lJIBUilAllU- DllAINH UNNATUUAI Ti fl iff tWTtHf and llbAl 1IOOKB dONBUICATlUN IllKM If unablo to call write for 11LANK QliKSTIO N for HOME 250000 11KATMKNT CURED PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS T rHIlADHrrilA BE SURE YOU GET llMMy Dr CM a IiHiHiiI batata to r I ni a Iilli Ptarfir M Infested by Rats Df echo an Island adjoining Porto Rco ia infested with rats There are millions of them there and it is unsafe to set foot on tho island Thoy have destroyed all the goats which formetly bred there and are now eating the thrubbery lllKK SRS Kennedy Kergan 22 W Fourth St 1 11J CINCINNATI O - rlrf Mvn Then after finding a coach that is half way comfortable if you dont mind the train will be a mixed one of freight and passengers Lumber in Cuba is very scarce On the mountains ebony mahogany aud rone wood aro to bo found but oh the plains tho royal pulm is tho only tree of any importance These trees are in Days months and years liavo passed away dispensable From tho body the na Since thy dear form hold its sway tives get their timber for dlfloront pur- Â¬ poses From the loaves they got tho How often I visit tho old homo placo covering for their houses From the Whero I havo heen greeted hy thy sweet face fruit they got the meat for their hog Often in tho family room in your accustomed placo and from that part of the tree under the tender bark their is a substance on I havo gazed upon a younger faco which the natives themselves can live And now I can Bafely agreo with you Nearly all the country houses and barns aro built of palm leaves with the sides I will novor givo an old friend for a now weatherboarded with the hark from the same tree All the town and some few Even down in tho old dining placo country houses are built of brick Where wo havo Bat bo often faco to faco plastered inside and out They havo to Enjoying tho good things of life be plastered outside to protect them from the beating rains The roofing is Prepared hy your own hands a most npblo housewife all tiled and a person that has never Even out on tho little side porch a lovely vino seen it has no idea what a beautiful sight it id to get on an elevated place Whore thy own fingers taught it to twino and look oyer the roofs on the houses of How lonely I feol when it I view a small town Nearly all tho houses in And then I remember never to givo an old friend for a now town are built with an inner court which is nearly always lined with some of the prettiest tropical flowers that can Just as the rose sips tho dew be found So I think tho fond memories of you There is just a few streets in any town Though your seraph like spirit has gone to dwell that are parallel and a still fewer num- Â¬ ber that are straight for a greater dis In immortal glory that no longer can tell tance than a hundred yards Welcomed by those who havo gone before Good roads are very few but if they Many whom you havo mingled with in days of yoro were worked upon by the proper kind of people they could soon be made as Roleived from care and Borrow by a Savior so true good as the roads in any rountry To Saying as you mot his embraco noyer givo an old friend prove that the roads can be made good they have a few government roads which for a now are as good as can bo found anywhere Tiie strata in the mountains lay at an Thy works and deeds still livo hero angle of about forty five degrees It is A living monument oor which wo shod a tear very easy to ascend them if you go up Doing acts of kindness both to rich and poor from the right vide but if you try to ascend from the opposite side it is Your kind advice I can never ignore almost impossible It is a beautiful But dear friend my loss has been your gain sight to get on these mountains and look out over the rolling plains which stretch Yet some golden day I hope to meet thee again far beyond the view of the naked eye God grant it may be never to say adiou Some of the prettiest scenery that is to For I havo never given up an old friend for a now be found anywhere is in the foot hills of these mountains A McGehee Mks Tho people are hard to fool on goods of any kind and if an American wants to h do business in this country he had belter learn the value of their money or they will cheat him out of everything he has They have a very peculiar lcoking coat they wear which looks more like a shirt from the front than it does like a coat Hats for women are very hard to find because they rarely ever wear them except when out driv- Â¬ ing Let me say in conclusion if any of my friends wish to come to this country Pinab del Rio Cuua March 20 1809 vanced yoke will be over the hill far strong drink alone and For the enough to get a good foot hold The they must let To the Bkkckknjudok News eat very little fruit with the exception Bake of those who may wish to seek oxen are driven with long rods with a of oranges which are prescribed by the their fortune on the island of Caba I tack drove in one end rather than the doctors to be as healthy as any thing will endeavor to write jnat a few lines whip that can bo found on the island As you all know a soldier has very little Carts are used on good roads and Very Respectively and therefore when the distance is not too great but time for this sort of work G L Bakkley you will not expect everything to be in where there Is any mountains to go over Co K 3rd U S V Eng detail or the distance 1b very great they use The most important industry of the the pack mules These little rabbits I haye been a sufferer from chronic island is farming Instead of the im as they would be called in America can proyed implimenta which the Ameri Â¬ carry some tremendous loads There is diarrhoea ever since the war and have cans would be lost without the Gubans generally one mule in the bunch that ueed all kinds of medicines for it At have a rude sort of plow and a short can be trusted as a leader On him is last I found one remedy that bad been handle hoe The plow is indeed a curi- Â¬ placed a bell and when he starts all a success as a cure and that is Chamber-Â¬ osity The stock and handle are one follow in his trail If there happens to lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item piece of wood The stock being the be some in the train that do not want to edy P E Grisham Gaars Mills La body and the handle the branch of a follow their halter rein is tied to their For sale by A It Fisher Oloverport j It tree The branch is turned down so as file leaders tail and then it is a case of A Shellman Stephensport to make a good handle and the body haye to go or stop the whole train The Japan to Be Christianized which is only about a foot and a half pack trains are indispensable on account long is turned so as to run parallel to of the people cf the interior getting A Hamburg paper prints a dispatch the ground It has a piece of iron fixed their goods to and from market which from its Tokio correspondent over the end to protect the point from The railroads are few and far be Â¬ say that the Japanese Government is the rocks The beam is nothing more tween both in number and in quality considering the wholesale Christianizing than a long polo mortised into the It is a very bard matter to find a of Japan making Christianity the official handle near the stock and is as long as cushion seated poach and when you do if religion The reason alleged is a belief an ordinary wagon tongue The hoe is you want to ride in it you only haye to that the move would help Japanese pro- Â¬ made something like the American hoe pay about ten cents per mile to do so gress but the handle is never more than three length feet in Instead of the big fine horses and mules to work they haye oxen which do all plowing hauling and such like that is to be done Their yokes instead of being fastened with a bow so as to work against the shoulder are fastened to the top of the head by rope around tho horns To the American this eeems to be a very cruel way to yoke them up because they have no way at all to pro- Â¬ GO tect themselves agilnat the insects which OKWOHKKJOKK1 g SAVED CMCMRNT AN ODE BY A LIE HAMMOND 9 I The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine To The Memory of a Departed Friend MILTON Â¬ Â¬ J 0KKHKKKKKOKKO CUBAN SIGHTS AND SCENES Clothing Hats and Shoes TO THE f o bother them Nearly everything is planted in large ridges or hills Even tobacco which is the most important crop is planted in email ridges The tobacco Is small but has a very One reason for its being fine fiber small is they grow tvyo or three crops on the same peice of ground the same vear Every farmer has his little banana grove and two or three cocoanut trees near his house Sweet potatoes onions and to eomo extent almost every tropical fruit that can be named are raised As for cultivation the Cuban does very little They just plant their crops keep the largest weeds out and trust to the rest If an American could only stand the climate during the rainy season get n good farm and cultivate it as he would a farm in the States it Is a pretty sure thins that he would soon be an in- Â¬ dependent man The soil is good and all it needs to make it bring good results is to have some one to work it that knows something about it The crops are either taken to market on largo awkward looking carta drawn by oxen or on pack trains The carts are large and roughly built but it is 0 astonishing what loads can be haukd upon them The wheels are from six to eight eet in diameter and the beds are a great deal larger than pur ordinary wg6n beds These beds are filled with whatever they happen to be hauling and II one yoke ol oxen cant pull It they hitch lu two or three more The oxen are hitched close to the load jua as we do exceptluVthe lead yoke iwhlch la sometimes Pitched fifty feet in atlvanco of he others This la done so when going over the iW ridges whon the cart gU to the steep part o the bill the ad- - Green Flag Bargain Store Lowest Prices been made and my share is over 300 000 I am to have the first S10000J in about two months aud tho balance in 1 side of the ear Uncle Joshua Bays the entire purchase price is guaranteed bv tho Kothschilds and that the first 100 LIE THE FIRST When John Mills went home that 000 has already been paid to him but night he lied to his wife and she knew that he has been obliged to use the most of it to clear off some mortgages and pay it You look WQrried John she said to the commission aud expenses of the him after dinner and when the children Bale The future was clear to John Mills had gone to bed Is it business now Three hundred thousand dollars No dear business is looking up every day Reports from the West and South even in prospect gives a man great Ho would go the banks are fine Stein Co can hardly giye moral courage Of our Store you will find Equally as Low Prices marked on away They are losing money to morrow and tell them he wanted their stuff 100000 and that hta wife who had just today on every yard of cloth they make And John Mills excused this to him Â¬ come into a fortune would indorse the self by saying that it was enough for one firms note that he wanted to put in of the family to worry and that a know- new machinery get rid of all his old ledge of the true state of affairs could do stock send out his salesmen with new samples at once and knock everlasting no possible good Especially on our Ueuutiful Line of Sofas Sou Bpots out of Stein But the little wife did not think so And it being true that all finance is and she did worry She knew what was needed at the mill and she knew that it based on confidence and as Mr John would take a great deal of money to do Mills looked aud acted the millionaire it She knew that the banks had plenty that morning when he called on the That we have Bargains too numerous to mention of money and that if they were sure of president of his two banks it was just That we have Screen Doors and Windows ready to hang up repayment they would be very glad to forty eight hours when he had to his That we have Screening we sell by the yard loan it She knew too that if the busi credit 100000 less four months disness of the firm was prosperous that count and in less than forty eight hours thereafter he bad placed the orders for their simple notes would be sufficient It was late the next afternoon when new machinery had set his sample looms at work on new designs and had an idea came to her It was startling arranged to unload the stock on hand at That we want 20000 pounds of Wool for which we will audacious and with a mammoth lie for pay the highest price its foundation But why not lie if the prices to shock and disgust Stein A Co When those notes came due 25000 lie were for his good and would do no US wus paid on them and the banks were harm He had lied to her for her good so he thought and now she would lie to loth to take it as the preferred the full 100000 oi such Al paper In less than him for his good for their mutual good a year the whole 100000 was wiped out LIE THE SECOND When John Mills came home that and Mills Co were laying the founda tion for a new mill twice as large as the old Tho goods aro now Btylish and strict Â¬ But that lie of the little wife I Well Can be found in three counties The prices aro all right she had to tell her husband but not ly Hats trimmed by MisH until the mill was running full time with Georgia Unsel whose taste and exportness are well known the new machinery and tho day after site received this letter From Jwhua Broivn to Mr John MilU San Fkancieco May 28 1800 My Dear Jennie I have sold that old mine your father aud I bought together so many years ago Ive had to tako notes for it but thev are good as gold As they como due Ill send you tho cash Youll get about 50000 out of it as S Youra truly will also Â¬ HANGS were in u bad MILLS Stein Son had built a big new mill and fitted it out with the very latest pattern of machinery a year beforo and thoy were producing worsteds for 20 per cent less ttian Mills Dangs Shoddy so the salesmen of the old firm told the trade but the trade wanted low priced goods to sell at a profit Wo dont want stuQ that will wear forever said the trade Givo us some Â¬ thing that looks good and when it wears out it will get back to you through tho ragmen and you can grind it up again and mix eomo now wool and a good deal of cotton with it Weave it into new de BignB and woll sell it again for you Mills Bangs didnt want to do this In the first place Bangs was superin- Â¬ tendent of a Sunday school and had very strict notions about the amount of shod dy that should go Into worsteds on which his name was put Besides the ma cliioery in their mill was ol l faaliloned and Blow and required half as many again of men and women aud boys as the more modern plant of Stein fc Son So things grew worso and worse with the old firm They ran full time till they were hopelessly overstocked They laid olF help they cut wages and then ran first on two thirds and then on half time The reserve capital of the firm was used up the bank balance was drawn down to a few thousand dollars and reports from salesmen in the West and South were as bad as possible Then Mills and Bang held an exe- Â¬ cutive session and John Mills stated the condition of affairs to his partner very plainly We havo got pretty near to the end of our rope Henry and unless we can raise a hundred thousand dollars at onco with which to put in new machinery were done for How can we raise it Henry Bangs knew about as much how to raise 100000 as he did how to raise the dead and he said so If I had any excuse to go to our banks but its no use said Mills They know wo are weak and I dont believe theyd let us have 10000 on our paper We can unload the stock on hand at a sacrifice and raise a few thous Â¬ and just enough to prolong the agony Â¬ Without A Pautl unimrw- r i ijii IJAffKttr it i lawum rir iiun til Ja - rat It has durability Doering Roller and Ball Bearing in every Bearing of tho Harvester As well as being agent for tho Bindor I havo a largo stock of insuring light draft and DEERING REPAIRS Always on hand and can givo you just what you want in a few minutes You will not havo to wait until I Bond to tho factory for thorn as I mako it a point to keep repairs to Bupply every ono at a moments notice and to bo ready to help you whenever you need help This is no idle boast You know mo and you know I mean just what I say Como in and let mo Bhow jou my stock I havo everything you need on the farm at tho lowest price possible for first class goods Dont buy until you see my stock and get my prices J W PATE night more tired worn and discouraged than ovrtr before his wife met him radiant with happy excitement She went witli him into his study and shut the door Taking his hand in hers and sitting near him she said John I have eome good news for you You rememher that I told you once about that mind in Idaho that father and Uncle Joshua bought and that never panned out Well I had a letter from Uncle Joshua this morning and he has sold tho mine to an English syndicate for 850000 It Beems that they struck the vein about a year ago and some Englishmen got wind of it and formed a company to buy it Tho trade has just McQuady Ky Make a Deposit In the Bank Of the Money you Save on every purchase at our store and you will get rich in a short time New Ready Made Ladies Skirts Ladies Summer Corsets 30c India Linen 41 2C Ladies Vests former price 10c only 4c Ladies Black Seamless Hose 5c Scream Cloth 4c Val Lace 2c per dozen yards and up Ladies Shawls in all colors for evening wear 50o worth 8100 Lawns 41 2C French Organdies 1220 Ladies Kid Shoes patent tip 82c Gents Suits worth 8500 for only 250 Ladles Parasols 49c IN THE OTHER DEPARTMENTS Tinware Saddlery Wll Pper Groceries Mattinc Carpet Paper Â¬ Hardware Furniture Queensware BEAR IN MIND Â¬ Â¬ BEAR IN MIND BRING YOUR COUNTRY PRODUCE NOTHING HANDSOMER te IN THE MILLINERY LINE HIBIG METER SSFBIHSTGK STST- Joshua Bean tha Signature of Biiown HIGHEST OASTORIA ltl8 Kind You Have Always tf JS99 GRADE BIOYOLE GENTS C0LUA1BIAN We haye also a complete stock of Dry Goods and Groceries AS PICTURES PRETTY S2050 LADIES COLUMBIAN The latest styles and the best qualities we are now offering at the BEST BICYCLE BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT All wo require ia 100 down balance payable after examination We are the only factory in the United States Bellini direct to ridor We guarantee our gooda for two years moat liberal guarantee ever given We jlye more options than tho regular dealera You can have your choice of color height of frame or auy gear desired Our bicycles havo all the latent improvements large tubing flush joints large sprockets arched fork crown drop hanger etc WHITE FOH CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESORI1TION TO DAY Bring Us Your Wool and Get Highest Market Price UAIIIADIE DDCUIHIi V ALUADLl I nClfllUlfld i en away FREE to our ous tomers Call for Coupons it i COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO Aro tho beautiful Hats and Bon nets kept in stock Thoy aro all creations of tho finest millinors and thoy duplicate tho styles worn in Now York and in all tho great Why fashion centers this Spring go away from homo iac r aesea 2JDaI CLEVELAND OHIO H Baker Bros HARDINSBURGKY The tobuy Spring Millinery when you can got such a beautiful solection in Hats Bonnets Rib Â¬ bons Ornaments and Decorations at far loss than city prices JP Lei You will now seek a good Investment for your savins The beat known Investment Is improved Hat Estate Secure your ground and write to Vr 15 Over WILL COMPANY LUMBER MairAStdreal Hawesville Kentucky Mrs MBLAINE FOR PRICES ON SASH BLINDS LOUISVILLE STEPHENSPORT KY DIstiiM Ttlif km 494 Etc KY n n itt in m iriiMrr L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE WEDNESDAY Editors and Proprietors MAY 3 1899 EIGHT RAGES THE COMING 0 THE GREEN Dedicated to my fifcnd Jnioei Daractt IUhcrJ Now the spirit of tho flood is awake And tho spirit of tho wood is Btirrcd And the spirit of tho air is beautiful und fair And bo is tho eong of tho bird And there coraeth a whisper of tho Bpring And its footfall is light on tho lea And it coraeth from tho South with a jewel its mouth And it bringeth a blessing to me And tho bare bough is rustling with leaves And tho dark earth is glistening with gold And the land is all sheen with tho coming o tho green And tho new world is born of tho old And it is not the work of a man Who plieth his task here and there Not in single bud and flower but universal power It comcth mighty Spirit everywhere And tho logwood is snowy in the brake And tho red bird is singing upon high And tho young things are pprouting and the young children shouting And tho old teard awako in the eye For earth was a Paradi o onco And lifo all a jubileo then But the glory onco Fcen in the coming o tho green DcpartH when wo conio to be men For sweet is the lily in the bud And sweet is the flower on the wall But sweeter the tear and the pity of the dead For the old things are the sweetest of all April 23 99 EG pastor of tho Methodist church there that tho seeds of Infidelity had been sown yearn ago In the minds ol the peo Â¬ ple Mr Williams contention is sustained in a little of the Baptist history of this section as contained In the biography of Wra Downs a preacher of that denomination About 18U0 Mr Downs moved lo Ohio county ntid again joined the united Bnptlnt Hero an opportunity waa soon afforded for tho display of his contro Â¬ versial power A nniversalist preacher of the name of Mann had been for some mouths preaching at Hawesville inUan cock county At the close of each dis Â¬ course he challenged his audience to furnish au orthodox preacher to debate with him Finally n gentleman present accepted tho challenge The terms of debate were agreed on and the tirao appointed for it to commence Punctual to the time Mr Mann who waa a very handsome man and dressed very elegantly Mr Downs had made his appearance worn out the suit of clothes which the Hon Ben Hardin had given him and He waa now clad extremely shabbily had on a pair of coarse short tow linen pantaloons and an old wool hat with a piece of leather sewed in the crown and a pair of coarse cow skin shoes without socks He and Mr Mann were formally The latter expressed Ids introduced astonishment and ditgust by asking the question Is this the man you have Mr brought here to debate with me Downs replied promptly Never mind Mr Mann lam only fit to do the dirty work of the church The debate pro- Â¬ ceeded The universalist fop in debate with the old experienced cuntroversalist was as a pigmy in the hands of a giant Mr Downs played with him aa a cat plays with a wounded mouse At the close of each argument presented with irristible force he quoted from Paul leaving out the word every Lst God At be true and man Mann a liar the close of the debate the crest fallen universalist beat a hasty retreat and was never afterwards seen in Hawes Â¬ ville Win Downs waa fond of controversy and engaged in several debates His exceeding familarity with the saured scriptures his ready wit keen sarcasm and brilliant oratory attracted the attention and won tno admiration of the nioet intelligent and refined people Hon Ben Hardin one of the leading lawyers and statesmen of Kentucky greatly ad Â¬ mired Mr Downs oratory and embraced every opportunity to bear him preach Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ claro themselves infallible and still tho bump dont show tip Uatnmer schools are becoming an im Â¬ portant factor in education They in crease in number and popularity every year Teachers and even clergymen and others employ a portion of their noil earned VReutiou in studying new subjects The reason Is evident They reahzi that the truest rest is not that of torpor of lethargy but is rather to be sought in variety of interest or alms I ha to a friend who writes of a summer Â¬ MWmnawiHI In Pin In tho Back In tho Then probably tho kidneys O host 7 Then probably tho lungs Mil llltl VUIIIIB Then probably rheumatism t No mattor where it is nor what kind you need hnvo it no longer It may be an hour a day or a WllV tho IftnrOBt and Wiinl And van wnnt von In Rin nm host line of goods for tho approaching WARM SEASON that wufl over Hhown in Cloverport and wo fear no contradiction when wo claim that our prices aro tho very lowest Cream color WEVE GOT EM Whito rih hed cotton vesta low gftuzo t shirts course iu prospect where teaching Is conducted on somewhat different 1nea than usual It drawn Its faculty not from one university but from the ablest men in each branch wherever they may be located It has lecturers from Oxford Harvard Yale Hopkins Princeton etc Each lecturer Is a specialist In history the Society has plannod courses to cover a cycle of years This year sixty lectures will bo given upon the literature history philosophy religion education and architecture of the middle ages Iu psychology besides lectures and labora- Â¬ tory demonstrations a yourjg lady from Boston will lecture on Kindergartens MubIc comes in for its share of attention In regular etas departments What a treat and how one loDga to go higher sizes 34 to 44 only neck and sleovolcBS year old it mu8t yield to DrAgers Cherry only pE-- 23c Brown Ribhed Shirla or Drawers woll mado and form fitting sizes 34 to 44 4B1H 10c 5c pectoral Plaster Immediately aftcrapplyfng it yoq feel its soothing warming strength Â¬ ening power It quiets congestion draws out Inflammation Splendid gauzo Richelieu ribhed cotton vesta low neck plooveless and taped only Extra nico gauzo Richelieu ribhed vesta low neck sleeve Â¬ less and Bilk taped in neck and arms Balbriggan shirts with rib bpd tail doublo seated draw Â¬ ers to match silk taped and pearl buttons all sizes Brown cotton drawers with knit bottoms only There are a great many mysteries in this old world of ours The Court of Inquiry proved no doubt that it was caused by submarine mines but how tboso explosive substances were ever located under those waters and by whom will ever remain a mystery It certainly took a force to do it it certainly re- Â¬ quired Borne consultations some mani- Â¬ pulation much forethought Why has Â¬ Why nt something been divulged hasnt a word been dropped to lead to a more definite conclusion Another mystery is how a prominent man belong ing to an illustrious family cannot be de pended on The killing occurring in quite a large city where pedestrains aud equestrians are supposed to be circulat- Â¬ ing except I presume at this one particular hour Mystery No 3 is why even it a woman is pronounced not Quilty of man slaughter hut is known and acknowledged to he guilty of violat- Â¬ ing the most sacred rules of society Why I ask whould shu bo congratulated hand shaken have ibwers sent her and be invited to spend a season at the sea shore after the baa brought dishonor to her children and hers if Just a few weeks ago in a sister tom too when this tragedy occurred north of the Ohio a poor ignorant young girl waa allured from the hoin of her aged grandmother at Muncie to the capital citv In her trouble in her trial alio was dismissed witli a withering reprimand and branded as Cain for the rest of her days Back to the home of her heart broken grand Â¬ mother to spend her life an alien from the pure and get the kick kick kick till perhaps One more unfortunate rashly importunate seeks surcease in what she hopes is oblivion Forgiye youth andjgnorance every time to one who has from vanity ihttery and self conceit brought ruin and desecration to a home Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I5c 25c Mens soft Negli- Â¬ gee shirts link cuffs to match or It is a new plaster A new combination of new Made after new remedies methods Entirely unlike any other plaster Tho Triumph of Modern Medical Science The Perfected Product of years of JQ0 r f attached collars Bolect Patient Toll rimrfri iK Ladies do you want to see something new in parasols and at prices so low that you will want one at once Come to us WEVE GOT EM Placed over tho chest it is a powerful aid to Ayers Cherry Pec Â¬ toral In tho treatment of all throat and lung affections Placed over the stomach it stops nausea and vomiting over the bowels it controls cramps and colic Placed over tho small of tho back it removes all congestion from the kidneys and greatly strengthens weakness For sale by all DrucrisU J C Ayor Co Lowell Mass W 20 styles to from sizes 14 to 17 at the lowest price JijJ Mens Madras soft shirts link cuffs fr mnfnri nr at tached collars good variety 48c i 75c FREE Â¬ I Handsome premiums to purchasers of 810 812 and 15 Ask to see them and demand coupons should rest upon gold for final redemption I tell each that just such conflicts will wag- to the end of time Since the days of Father Abraham there have been recurring conflicts between those advo- Â¬ - ITHE FAIR A Oaitian Coghlans guilt consisted In speaking not wisely but too well VREE PRESS UPHELD Judge Bakkkhs order to dismiss the A libel proceedings against R W Knott When it comes to organizing a plow editor of the Louisville Evening Post truat tliey are running the thing into tho was an action that sustained the freedom of the press in the Commonwealth of 4 ground Kentucky The News when the in CURRENT TOPICS It is stilt in style or the moths to ap- Â¬ dictment was first brought against pear in winter clothes during the sum Editor Knott expiesied perfect conB in the integrity of the court and that its mer season confidence was merited is proven by the Mrs Hattib B Gkivnell Wjibm Washington pronounced war a outcome of the trial Mr Knott is a We all as true Kentuckians are proud plague he must have had the Phillipine consistent champion of the doctrine of variety in mind patrouizing home industries He has a of that monument erected by our State splendid state pride and tie is also a in memory of her sons who fought and If I am talking witli a Democrat he infell on the field of Chickamauga A curat many women complain ahoitt patriotic advocate of municipal probitv variably says I am convinced that we their servants just to let people know Beca ise ol these traits of character he 1 alProf Koch the celebrated bacteri Â¬ will sweep the country in 1900 they can afford to keep them has been made the victim of attempted Yes my affiliations are all ologist has come to the conclusion that ways add persecution and nia victory over his mosquitoes communicate malaria where Democratic and I hope so too if sacriALOEBaja he is willing to be United enemies is a source of congratuhtion t ficing to questions of expediency they but will make no scramble for all who admire fearlessness inteitr ty there are none of these pests human Senator frame a platform of not too extreme beings are free from malaria it We are glad of this He is a bad and consistt ncv Â¬ Unless a woman eats sufficient nourishing food she can neither gain or keup a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health all strength and all beauty HEROINE will help digest what you eat aud give you the clear bright beautiful Bkin of health Price A R Fisher 50 aud 75 cts Â¬ I i cating this form of money and that Always to me politics has had a fascina Â¬ tion My father with a vital interest in all political questions and to me he al Â¬ ways talked and discussed each issue He read to me or had me read to him and many many years ago he said After Im dead and gone this financial question will stir up this old country of He waa a true proph- Â¬ our to its centre et SIMPLE SILK GOODS For Shirt Waists WOOLEN GOODS Very StyliBh REMINDER SUMMER DRESS GOODS Patterns BRUSH BRAID Velvet and Corduroy Skirt lining Nobby- Of tho fact that we have a full line of summer goods Â¬ I -- Â¬ Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warta Cuts Bruises Burns Scads Best Pile Chapped Hands Chilblains Drives out Pains and cure on earth Aches anteed gists Only 25 cts a box Cure guar- Â¬ Sold by Short k Haynes Drug Â¬ Umbrellas Ladies and Mens Shoes Scotch Lawn Dress Linen India Linens Viola Cords Colored and Whito Scrim New Shade of Blue in Per- cales Red Orgnndies Red Lawns Nnv silk for Dress LiningBPercaline Dress Linings doubled faced for sum- Â¬ mer dresses in Black and Blue Mareseilles Goods a beautiful line Outing Cloth Pique Batiste Cloth Â¬ Â¬ HARRY BELL SPEAKS AS TO A CAXDIDATE Tub old adage put not your trust in The voters in this section of the fetite are riches eeenis to have been amended and it is now in order to put your riches manifesting g eat interest in the race f r State Superintendent of Public Institu Â¬ in trusts tions Prof M A Cassidy of Fayette He is I it is true that matches are made county is the favorite candidate only in heaven the demand fordivorces one of the leading educationieta of Ken- Â¬ would indicate that they are made light tucky and has been superintendent of schools of Fayette county and Lexing Â¬ ol on earth ton for a number of ears By reason of Sam Jones has located the Devil in his experience his enthusiasm and his Louisville Ab Sam iB an authority on knowledge of tho educational needs of the subject this proves that the Haues the Commonwealth he is best fitted fo ville Clarion was wroK in locating hell the position He seeks Mr Cassidy is a man of unblemished character and at at Cloverport homebeari tho name of bing a gsntle It is thought that Alger will retire man tanspuer et suiu reproclu While in from the cabinet and Goebel will with this region he met many of the voters draw from the gubernatorial race the and impressed them as being an ideal wish of the ppople by the way is father candidate and in Breckenridge and Han- Â¬ cock counties made a legion of friends to the thought who am actively at work in his behalf A Boston man was here laBt week The oflice of State Superintendent is a making preparations to locate a tanning most important one and offers a wonder Â¬ factory After it ia up however the ful field for good It effects the most people will continue to discipline their f yital interests of the Commonwealth and children in the good old way it behoves the voter to see that it is filled by a conscientious energetic eduTomnsiokt strawberry growers pre- Â¬ cationist one whose work will be felt dict that the crop of berries will be and such we recommend Mr Cassidy to greater this year than ever before As be He proposes if elected to visit Tobinsport is a part of greater Clover every county in the state and place the port it stands us all in hands to sing school orgdnizitions on a fine working the doxology basis one that will bring about a revolu- Â¬ tion in the system The claims of such Â¬ Pkoi lk who are worried by the pre a man cannot be lightly oyerl xked and dictions that the world is soon to come they should merit the consideration of to an end Bhould quiet their fears in every parent in the state the language of the colored philosopher Aleck Laslie How can de world hub an 1 LITTLE HISTORY end when its round Clarence Sterrett of the Hawesville Â¬ Â¬ views on leading national issues Then Brandenburg is a regular resort for the when I turn to a Republican friend he fabled stork to rest his weary feet A exclaims Why we are in power for the bouncing boy he deposited at Mr and next fourjreara after this administration Mrs D S Rinnardsons while a precious and McKinley will succeed himself Yes I reply but the mistakes of pink and white girl baby was left at Ed your present administration is an ar Â¬ F Alexanders raignment of the Republican party fur Â¬ Young E Allison is giving the readers nishes factors with which to play for I find many Re- Â¬ of the Sunday Courier some magnificent success you know articles on novel reading All of us publicans of whom I read not only diswho haye read Scottish Chiefs can appointed but feeling quite bitter with realize hia intense feeling when Wallace the course of the administration And so we find dissatisfaction in all ranks of clasped Helen Maxwtll to hia breast politics as well as sanguine hopes in It is like adding the Pbillipines Derby Day at Chuchill Downs prom- Â¬ others The ises to be an open one All eyes in to our territorial aggrandizement turfdom are turned to Louisville just brilliant exploits of Admiral Dewey are now Just how many starters will face appreciated but the retention of these the tUg ia not known Just whose favor Â¬ islands and the possible benefits that ite will win the coveted prize is hidden may accrue they think will not offset the Again we find as from the wisest But the candidates for difficulties involved the classic racing event are all on the many who favor this grave question Henry Navarre order when it comes to a vitally allecticg the welfare of the whole people I have two yery talented friends handsome royally bred career one an expansionist the other onean one a blmetallist the W D Howells in his beautiful anti expansionist Reform other a sound monpy man artistic views on the twilight of poetry tells us the love for it is declining He of the currency says one is absolutely for rirty Cent says it appeals to the young to sensitive essential to the stability of our finances Guaranteed tobacco liubil oure mattes weak nerves that the old do not respond bo With the other the plea is that credits men stroru blood pure 60c H All druggists readily May be so but we who once were imprewed by Byron Emerson Hawihorne Tennyson Wbittler Long fellow do not feel old aa we recall those lines memorized and anaiyzd Poetry ia not evanescent Â¬ Â¬ Our primary was held last Saturday and everything went off smoothly and prettiest lino you ever saw all right Mr Allen Stlth was nomi- Â¬ nated as tho peoples choice to represent the Democratic party notwithstanding the rumor that got afloat that Boodle was furnished Mr Stlth by gold bugs corporations syndicates trusts etc which was false as I am in a situation to know what I am talking about Thire deliciously cool and dainty was only one gold bug vote cast that I know of for Stith at this precinct and he got in by having voted for Bryan the ones who voted the Palmer and Buckner ticket made no attempt to vote except in one or two instances and they were refused a vote I haye discussed politics A with Mr Stith ever since Bryans nomi- Â¬ nation in 00 and he is as good a Brown Linen for mens and boys outing trousers Mens Linen Chicago platform man as there is in people need en Â¬ Pants 85c Boys Linen Pants 75c Watches guaranteed for twelve months Meade county and the We want you to under stand that we carry a more complete and up to tertain no fears as to his being led off in date stock of dress and Bummer goods than any country store in tho the interest of trusts corporations The bargains we offer are the results of a cash business Wo syndicates monopolies etc Whili I county dont agree with his financial policy exchange goods for wool there are more important questions that the Democratic party does stand for that I do most heartily indorse H L Bell ORGANDIES 10 to 20c per Yard Imperial Dotted Swiss Mulle l 3c Ier STaxd- STRAW HATS PARASOLS FANS LINEN HATS 35c SPECIAL BARGAIN W E BROWNS Irvington Kentucky Ladies I The Reasons Why The International Tailoring Company Chicago Its LADIES Your Turn We have seen it proven so often in Kruuer says that the Tranavail is the greatest gold producing country on earth Oom Paul had better look a leedle ouid as Knglaud has a penchant for benevolently assimilating that kind of property Iuesidknt HAWtHViLLE lias the meanest man on Hia two daughters are quite earth popular with the beaua of the town The old gentleman has placed a iuubIc box in the parlor that ia timed to play Home Sweet Home every night at 10 rA the last few years that change of climate dots not brine Lack haltered health in the case of pnlrcooiry trouble Court Â¬ ney Dancan and Orrille Gregory jnst Clarion takts exception to the state Â¬ ment of Ily 0 V William a former very lately wereboth Uktrn to AiLeolte hoping for restoration bnt v their feet have pre tho M waters Let us hope thoae taoilariatna in the Adirondack or those boepiuU for laol AAAAffrfWVftlll tion of patients in Chicago may ia vjtu thing for this fatal dread malady that steal upon us so inaldiotuly with scarce Â¬ We have devoted spnee to Mens Wear and we will now tell you of the bargains we have for the fair sex tu Mothers Hope is that when her little ones are born they will ly no hope of relief The Arabriaus consider an arched foot a mark of Leant y and one nnder whoae fool waUr would not flow wa nguded We have often been ai degenerated told that the spirit falls with the arch of the foot We have come to the conclu Â¬ sion that a flat footed race is an inferior one perhaps but the foot signs fail like all others Like phrenology Some folks that have no bump of coiubatlve w us are full of it In others it is abÂ¬ normal y developed and still the sign fails Self love Is ao great in some folks that we daily expect to hear them de- - oclock Bbkckknuidok county negroes seem to bo as hard to kill as the cat with the Last week one nroverbial nine Uvea was stabbed In a vital place two were crashed by tons of gravel caving In on them and one was mashed between tho draw beads of two cars Still they live Nowonder tho race problem ia a hard one to solve be vigor- Â¬ ous and healthy Herbopea will bo fully realized if she will prepare herself during pregnancy with MOTHERS flUEND tho widely known external liniment which ao many women use It not only pavea the way for eay de- Â¬ livery but insures strength and vigor to tho new born fr4 u m hu- m- M ui Humiatt rutnt tub - BmAonxiB asoouToa m jiuiu Clothe more of the swell dressers of the country than any other tailoring house are these They are the Leading tailors on the continent j they make all gar- Â¬ ments strictly to order their assortment is the largest choicest and most com- plete they can fit any man of any size or shape their styles are the latest and most striking their qualities the best their prices the lowest Years of experi Â¬ ence have demonstrated their ability to satisfy the best proof of which is thefr steadily Increasing trade Just drop In for a few minutes to day and Investigate the special Inducements even if you are not ready to buy now Crash Skirts 25c Lace Ties From 25c to FANS IN ENDLESS Each 100 VARIETY Nice lino of Linen 8kirts Skirt Waists in the daintest and most stylish patterns whito and colors cool and bewitching Your choice of material Bolt Clasps in French Grey Silks and rose gold finish tho latest and most beautiful designs k Mens Linen Shirts Â¬ S2 50 i Wonderful Bargain W You will find Fashion Plates and SamploB of this great cern at our store bU hw DninlU fur 01 m balllA w rwfwwvvwx JttiSu w miiMHim mmtiii ninwnjflif lii O MOORMAN KENTUCKY 4 con- Â¬ GLENDgANE t Wi t ijmMmk Frank Mercer Louisville was in tho sold at the rato of 220 for train loavlng city yesterday on business Oloverport at 0 a m only Good return- Â¬ Mies Mtnnia Murray Ilardinshurg ing on any train within two days from date of sale was in the clly yesterday visiting Mrs John Allen Murray and son John Allen were in Louisville lait week CMCKFN KAIAIV Now Wall Paper C cente per roll and up Gilt paper at A cents TFSawyer S Ben Ilidgeway the engineer Is laying Speaking of chickens said Wick De off on account of being under the Haven at Vests the other night weather theres no more sagacious fowl on earth June Gale Owcnton candidate for A few years ago a Methodist district conAuditor of State was in the city Friday ference was to bo held at Hardinsburg and it was thought that all the minis Â¬ and Haturday Forrest Haynes wai In tho city Sun ters in tho count ty for miles around Great preparations day IloJinB been working up river woulllie prtHent for their entertainment wbre being made points all week and the newsof the event penetrated tl o Mies Delta Batt sccompanied by Mbb poultry yards A convention wat held ter Ilerrold Gregory spent Sunday In among tho chickens and a few days be Cannelton Ind fore the confereuco took place i wan Mts Gue G bson and son Elijah re- Â¬ making a trip on tho brauc The en Â¬ turned Sunday night from a visit to gineer and myself were paralyzed with friends at Holt astonishment to find the railroad track Julius Slpple will have- a fruit con- Â¬ lor miles outside of Hardinsburg lined fectionery lemonade and lunch stand at with chickens of every age aud variety They were migrating in the direction of the circus grounds The Katie struck town Thursday night Gleudeane where- all the people are Bap and the railroad men were made hapry tists and where they felt they would be safe by being paid oil Clint Adkisaon of Irvington was in Ed Johnson who lives on S T Elders the city Sunday the guest of his brother place near Chenault lias a horse that is Dr S B Adkieaon a curiosity injts way It has developed A C Hall and Miss Mary Ryan visit- Â¬ an appetite for chickens and whenever ed Mrs Wm Lennln at the Smith Hotel it has an opportunity it dines on the Stephensport Sunday feathered bipeds It seems to relish Roland Smith accompanied by his chickens more than oats and catches little nephew Jerry Hunter Lennln them whon they are running about in were In the city Friday the yard It is a very cunning old horse Mies Stella Weatherholt is in Louis- Â¬ aad when it eats corn scatter some of ville to spend several weeks with her the kernels at its feet to tempt tho chick- Â¬ ens to the place to eat Whilo they are aunt Mrs Marion Ryan John Morris Gregory and Alvin Wil busy picking up the grains he will sud keraon attended tho Christian services denly catch one between his teeth and proceed to eat It with great gusto He at Stephensport Sunday cannot be broken of his bad habit Miss Olivia Fallon has returned from a four weekb visit with friends at Big When a hen takes it Into hor giddy Cliffy and Eluibethtown old head to do something out of the or- Â¬ Elegant new line of Oxfords and a dinary she generally succeeds splendid line of Douglas shoes for men Mrs Richard Carter who lives near on new lasts at Sulzers town has a hen that up to Saturday was For jour lunch on circus day go to distinguished for nothing except her Gregoiy Gibsons where you can get scratching propensities The othor day the hen determined to the best for the hast money something topntitln her to bo written Before or after you see the elephant do up in the BuhCKKNiUDdK Nkws and thus circus dav go to C L Knights gallery achieve world wide fame Tho easiest and have your picturo taken way for her to do this was to lay an egg Mies Ida Downs of Kirk who has that would be unlike any othjr egg and been visiting relatives at Pellville Han- Â¬ she succeeded cock county has returned homo Mrs Carter brought into this office Ed Kelley and Miss Luclle Stnrrett Saturday an egg about an inch and a half Hawesville were in the city Sunday long that was shaped liko a gourd In tho guests of the Misses Bowmer reality it was two eggs the head of the gourd Mrs Thomas Bahler rent to Owensshaped egg being perfectly boro Sunday and was accrompanied snapped and about tbe size of a straw- Â¬ berry home by her little nephew Ural Holder The egg is on exhibition in the Nkws One of the most delicious summer ofllce is Koka Kola is a refreshing drinks It nerve tonic for sale at Julius Sipples Deafness Cannot be Cured soda fountain by local applications as they cannoi Take advantaga of being in town circus day and have your picture taken at reach tho diseased portion of the ear Knights It will be prettier than the There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies circus parade Deafness is caused by an inflamed condiMiss Marguerite Skillman went to tion of tbo mucous lining of the EustaOxford Ohio Thursday to pay a visit to chian Tube When this tubo gets in- Â¬ to her college chums She will be gone flamed you have a rumbling sound or for a week or more irnpertect Hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ Godfrey Haswell and wife Hardins ly closed Deafness is the result and un burg were in the city Sunday they tess the inflammation can be taken out took the evening train for Stephensport and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ where they will visit relatives dition hearing will be destroyed forever Youll never be younger than you nine cases out of ten are caused by ca Â¬ now are and you will never look better tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed Best have Knight take your picture condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for while you are young and handsome any case of Deafness caused by catarrh and J P Troutman Tandy L Harl two of Owensboros most prominent that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh livery men and horse buyer were in Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 the city last Wednesday evening on SgySold by Druggists 75c business Halls Family Pills are the best Of course you are going to take your sweetheart to the circus It wont bo BRANDENBURG fair if you dont take hor to O L Knights gallery and have your pictures Mrs Mathers of Owensboro visited taken Mrs Gough last week Ed Bacon one of Louisvilles most Miss Lulu Woolfolk went to Big Spring progressive business men and Ed Con last Saturday for a little visit way of the Falls City were in the city A party from Muldraugh will join us Sunday the guests of James Fisher at at West Point for the May Festival the Homestead Mrs Hemy Mulin is in JefTersonville Mrs Horace Allen of Salt Lake City Utah who has been visiting friends at to see her mother Mrs John Radley Owensboro was a passenger on the up Miss Georgia Helmstetter spent last She was week at Muldraugh with the Misses bound train Sunday evening going to Louisville where she had been Withers called by the sudden Illness of her If you please Charlie Casperke has a brother handsome desk instead of clerk a meta- Â¬ For Dcroy races at Louisville the fare morphose you see from Oloverport to Louisville and return Misses Beulah Fountain and Ten will be 150 Tickets will be sold for Hamilton spent Saturday and Suuday all trains good returning on any train with Mrs Wm M Ditto May 4th or 5th On May 11 and 12 The young people bad a genuine good round trip tickets to Louisville will bo time with me on last Thursday evening A large Waltzing and a cako walk crowd The Christian Contributor Society will meet at Mrs V H Goughs next Saturday night Every body cordially invited I havo a letter from Miss Bettlo Mc Gehee of Irvington saying she and some friends will go with us to the May I cant lake plain cod liver Festival oil Doctor says try it He Mr and Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugh might as well tell me to melt i have returned from liouisville aud ex- Â¬ lard or butter and try totaKc pect to go west soon for Mr Peckeu paugha health It is too rich and them Buti Allen Stlth is our next representative will unset the stomach I know nothing 4 the race or the t leccan take mllK or cream you tion I hear Mr titith well spken of but so you can take do not know him at all wmmtv Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ncss and all kindred troubles The Fly Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that broughtthem to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life A Stroiig Fortification To Whom It May Concern Strong words of indorsement for and for the manufacturers of from prominent officials of its home city Hon Samuel L Black Mayor of Columbus 0 whoso Â¬ Â¬ I m Vrm Â¬ f jrr w Pe-ru-n- Pe-ru-n- a Noticed the Weather Seems as though it is a case of springing from a m picturo nd joins this paragraph writes tho follow ing letter Exkoutivk DicrTCrrr or Columbus To wham Winter to 1 Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills 3RECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col Tjac fV- mv NEWS MAY 3 1899 eliargnl for - CAKDS OP THANKS orer Are line tlit rale of 10 Mali per line 0UITDAKIE3 charged for at tbe at - Â¬ rate of 6 cent per line HONEY IN ADVANCE T8 THE LOCAL NEWS IN CLOVERPORT Fresh bread at Sipplea Belt Bucklea nt Sulzers v I fc6M4 t4 4444 44443x Circus will be here Friday Homestead fertll zir is tbe best Go to Sipples for Heiczs pickles The river is falling quite rapidly Vegetables and fruits at Sipples Polks apple vinegar Short AHaynes Will Hale went to Hawesville Sunday Shad Yeakel Eastland is quite Bick Pompadour and side combs at Sulzers Sam Keith went to Owensboro Satur- Â¬ day Go to Sipples for ice cream and slier Columbus 0 Nov 12 1897 Pe runa Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen Tho result of using has been bo irratifyinir to me that 1 cannot but congratulate you on tho success of your remedy s Your h ipli standing in tho himlncKs Gnmmnnlb nnH tho worth of tho gentlemen conducting this great enterprise prepared mo to expect a meritorious artlolo only from your establishment but its real worth ia best demonstrated by its uso Pc-ru-- yiixi f Tk Jf yir membrane Thisrcmcdy has established itself in tho minds of tho peoplo as of tho greatest possible worth and ireuuinenebs I have known Dr Hartmau for n number of vears and am pleased to say thnb he ouo of the luudluif cltl- zensof thtttclty rtmnn of the very highest standing and character in tho community Respectfully Samuel L Black Col Arthur L Hamilton commanding officer of tho Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Quard whoso residence is at 309 West First Avenue Columbus O bears witness to the efficiency of Hero is Colonel Hamiltons letter and picturo Coluutjus O May 18 1897 Dr S B Hartman Dear Stn Besides havine tho merits of SW so fully demonstrated in my family I havo a num ber of friends who havo taken it for catarrh and stomach trouble and all unito in praising it As a romcay iy summer ana winter catarrh 1 can fully recommend it Airrnun L Hamilton From tho Hon Samuel J Swartz Police Judgo 1 Po-ru-Po-ru-- as of tho very greatest possible benefit in caeca of catarrh and other diseases of tho mucous it may concern I can most cheerfully recommend Po-ru-- Summer mand for The hot weather has created an unusually early de Â¬ SUMMER GOODS We have the following seasonable goods in stock Ladies Stock Collars Ladies Bowb Point d esprit Ties New Draw String Rib- Â¬ Val Hamburg nnd Smyrna Laces tbo most delicate and exquiBito designs bon Torchon In Dress Goods Scrims Swiss Mulls dotted and figured very pretty Linens a now lino Percales and Froncb Ginghams India Columbus O Sufreme Court Law Library State op Orao In Dress Linings Near Silks Silecias and Percalines faced all colors and double In Fine Staples Wo havo a splendid new lino of Toweling nnd Counterpanes Respectfully Sahuex J Swabtz Â¬ Bk w fc bcrt Parasols the lattBt Parisian styles at Sulzers Dr F T Kaflerty was at Stephensport Sunday Best and purest fruit flavoring extracts at Sipples Joe Hayes of Hawesville was in town Monday See our line of hair brushes Short r v Haynes John Burk came up from Owensboro ShorifT V B Monday Burtonf was in the city Saturday Splendid selection of Tarn 0 Shanters at Sulzers Make your headquarters at Sulzers on circus day Tice Jolly of Jolly Station was in the city Friday George Weatherholt went to Rome Ind Sunday J T Milner Patesville was in the Â¬ ft ii Â¬ Â¬ city Thursday Sam Brunei- - of Henderson was in the city Saturday Pat Masterson was in Stephensport a few day last week Wm B Blaine Patesville was here on business Saturday Eugene Haynes went to Owensboro Saturday on business Sheriff V B Burton Hardinsburc was in town Saturday Crash and straw hats at tbe very low- Â¬ est prices at Sulzers Mrs Frank Hall is visiting relatives at Lodiburg and Webster Miss Alliens Murray was at Hardins burg visiting Thursday Dr Raiferty was at Addison Saturday on professional business rc Â¬ Fresh light bread best in the market at Gregory Gibsons Rev Father Henderson Canneltonis the guest of Father Brey Miss Florence Lewis is able to resume her position at The Fair The bf at staple and fancy gioceries at the lowest prices Sipples Hardin Kinder of Sklllman has moved his family to this city Ool David D Murray was in Louis Â¬ ville Thursday on legal business Rev T V Joiner held his regular services at Holts Chapel Sunday Lewis Powers of Hawesville was in the city Friday night on business Mr and Mrs V G Bab1 age of Har dinsburg were in the city Friday Joe Tom Mattingiy Irvington spent Sunday with his parents in the city Sperne Sowing Machine Oil Including can only 10 cents Short and Haynes Co sail Homestead fertil- Â¬ Gregory to cash customers only at 2700 per iser ton Miss Laura Yeagor is improving quite rapidly She was able to be out last week Beautify your homes Short palnta cheaper than ever be Â¬ fore was Wm T Glyen Stephensport among the contingent of visitors in town Sunday Cal Washer the road working ma Â¬ chine man was in the city a few hours Sunday Misoeo Eya and Eliza May and Olias May visited retatlvea at Cannelton Ind Sunday Ohas Baker Rockport Ind was the guest of Fred Marlnee Saturday and Sundav I ATu Katz Horse Gave was in the citT uA week looking after his business Hay-nes-ha- ft1 TRYING NO USE K r cotts Emulsion f It is like cream i but will feed and nourish when cream will not Babies and chil dren will thrive and grow fat on It when their ordinary food does not nourish them Person have been known to tfsln i interests refreshing sleep ia given by Hoods Sarsaparilla which- - feeds the nerves tones the stomach and cured all dyspepUo symptoms Sweet a pound a day when taking an ounce of acott cmuuion it geu the digestive machinery In working order o that he ordinary food U properly dilated and aulmtlakd soesndfioaslldruMUts WQTT DQWNn Chmt Nw York I Duncan and wife went to FOR SALE FARM the remains of Court- Â¬ IjtOK SALK A good farm of about 500 acres 1 UANK between 111k bprlng and Custer ney Duncan which were brought from t ut HAIIDINSUUUO N 0 for Interment Aeheville TUITION Thats all right akout my ideal for two bALU Certihcato in Hrvant Stratton certain handsome girls and when a cer Â¬ IOIt College Louisville Kv Apply to tain young man comes I know about his iKEcKKNUIDOK NKVVa OrVlCE inquiry he shall have my views of an Notice ideal To the legal voters of Custer voting precinct ol If you shop while in the city write or the Fifth Magisterial District of lircckemldge County Kentuckyi telephone to Miss Addlo G Ditto 1010 1 here wil txi a poll opened it Custer at the reg Found Brook street who ia a first class purchas Â¬ ular young place on MONDAY MAY 19th 1899 ing agent and who knowa how to savo At A R Fisher Oloverport E A at which time and place the sense of the voters will you time and money Witts Hardinsburg drug store a mar Â¬ be taken whether or not spirituous vlntus or malt liquors be so d battered contracted Friuate theatricals are all the rage at velous cure for all kidney complain Ib joined in ttuU voting precinct or not and whether or said or present We are not behind the times nervous exhaustion and female weak Â¬ not in provisions 01 tnli Uw and inhibition shall upuly to druggists in sU precinct Miss Hicks play will be given by our ness It la Foley a Kidney euro Yll llUHTONSllC 4vf Editor D M Olo vet port to meet own home talent her elocution class My music class will assist Beall Grinnell and Annie Bondurant Henry Nevitt and Virginia Rhodes Lillian Rhodes and Lena Nevitt formed a party to Meude Springs last Sunday to turkey dinner with Jiuimle Lee Wool folk What a delightful time Mrs R M Jolly and Miss Eya Carrigan I know are having in Atlanta Georgia They are both earnest Christian workers and will enjoy that part of their mipsion as well as the scenery and social features I was amsed to eeo that Kittie Clark eon and Mr Hungarland had been mar- Â¬ ried at Jeflersonville April 11 Ki tie Is a sweet bright girl granddaughter of Mrs E Wimp of this place and niece of Mrs S P Woolfolk I extend best wishes A goodly number from our town will take in Buffalo Bills show aud the racrs this week Next week parties by rail and boat will enjoy the festival and a sojourn in the city Tbe doctors conven- Â¬ tion and the big Baptist meet will have representatives from here I saw so many of my old friends at the wedding last week at Buck Grove I at- Â¬ tended the church often when I lived at Garrett and I have cause to lovo all those dear good people From what a little spring bird chirped I ween other weddings will soon follow within those time honored walls Sandy Hill and The Brandenburg Highland BaptiBt churches will give Brotiier Duvnll a donation on Thursday afternoon after the third Sunday in May Let every one come to the homo of the minister and have a pleasant social timn as well as remembering tbe minister The Lord loves a with heartfelt gifts cheerful giver Bro Duvall commenced lost Sunday to deliver a series of sermons on the para- Â¬ bles of Christ which will include about seven sermons perhaps more His in Â¬ troductory one was surely most interest- Â¬ ing Bro Duvall is a student all the time and shows close study and concen- Â¬ trated thought in his discourses My heart goes out in deepest sympathy to dear Mrs Duncan in this the first broken link of her family circle Court Â¬ ney was a bright promising young man cut down in the veiy flower of his youth His mother and family have the sweet cousolatlonof knowing they did all that kindness and love could prompt Nothing was left undone that could be done to restore him A distinct earthquake shock was felt here at 8 oclock Saturday night The shock lasted oeveral seconds No dam Â¬ age outside of rattling windows and shaking houses I see Prof Mark who is authority on seismology says these shake ups are caused by the slipping of some portion of the earths surface or this globe contracts Old aunt Martha says No it aint honey No the earth aint slipping it is because the people is so wicked the good Lord is warning em Who is right Yes He is honey God rules and God does warn Misses Daisy Mclntire Lula Bland Beulah Fontaine Ten Hamilton Willie Bland Gough Grinnell and I attended tho HayeB Wiliett wedding last Wed Â¬ nesday at Buck Grove It was a beautl ful church wedding The church was prettily decorated and lighted ceremony 4 30 in the afternoon and was crowded with admiring friends and relatives Ed A Cox of Vino Grove was best man Miss Alice Swan was maid of honor II D Hayes and Miss Inez Vertroes attend Â¬ ants W D Ashcraft and W L Wiliett ushers To the Btrains of Mendelsshons Wedding March by Mibs Katie Masbar ger the bridal party filed in Brother Judson Wiliett father of the bride ofllciated The bride wore a lovely cream dress o thin material elaborately trimmed in lace exquisite flowers in her Misses Swan coiffure and in her hand and Vertresa were handsomely attired The groom attendants and ushers were swell I tf 11 you Miss Anna Hayes of Louisville was in the bridal party After luucheon the happy couple left for New York and Niagra Falls Â¬ A Great School We Have An elegant selection in tbo lines enumerated above and vou will bo pleaed with tho variety and tho prices both wo guarantee to bo all right In this itsue Mill be found the adver- Â¬ tisement of Schwartz School Louisville Ky Mr Geo W Schwartz the princi pal of this successful school is tbe author of the leading and only practical work on bookkeeping in print All the commercial and shorthand branches are taught by mall by methods so simple that children but 10 years of age are making remarkable progress Special low rates are offered to those who send for catalogues at once Here is a splendid chance for teachers and upper grade pupila to improve their spare time during vacation and without leaving home Read their advertise Â¬ ment in another column Jlass fleeting Tho Republicans of Breckenridge county K are hereby called to meet in moss convention at the court house in Hardinsburg on Saturday May 13 1899 at 2 p m for the purposo of selecting delegates 20 to the State Convention whicli meets at Lexington July 12 1899 The members of the County Committee are requested to meet at 1 p m May 13 1S99 A R SULZERS Figures Wont Lie are talking about If iheso are not Money Saving Prices we dont know what we Hoosier Cotton 3ic per yd This April 24 1899 Kinciikiog Chin Rep Clint P Hook Sic Rep Co Com Co Com BALLARDS f NOW LINIMENT cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain The most penetrat- Â¬ and inflimniation ing liniment in the world Price kJ eta and B0 cts A R FiBhar A Oood Description A boy being asked to describe a kit A kitten is remarkable for ten said rusliing like mad at nothing and stop Â¬ ping before lie gets there Lion Coffee 25c Good Calico 3c per yd Shoes from 50c to 3 Good black cotton 1 yd wide 4c Mens and Boys Straw Hats from 5c to i lbs Soda 5c 3 packages 18 lbs Granulated Suear 100 50c will buy all the WOOL you have to sell and give you the highest market price for it in cash or trade A i Mitch Meyer Ekron Ky COHPANY HENRY KOEHLER Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in- Â¬ vite correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy poplar and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or green Write them To Curo Cuiidtlputlon forever TukoCiBLUiots Cnnilv Cutbartic lOoorZSc n C C fall to cure drusylslo refund mooer It WANTS Advertisements inserted under this head rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALE BULL During Court at the SAlfc One high grille Short Horn bull 11011 I1KN CLAHKSON IHitSprncKv FOR SALE SALE -F- Week You will want the freshest Vegetables the most select variety of Canned Goods the Purest Groceries Â¬ ARM 700 acrei of Und lying on ihu water ofbinkinirCnik near Rosetta live milejlrom It Is the Willis Hardin laim I he the railroad I lace it weil Improved and the land In a ripe state 1or furthir particulars address ol cultivation MRS C 1 HASH AM Hewlevvllle Ky 4 19 41 FOR SALE DRUG STO CK SALE A Kod itock ol drugs Appl to 110II T Cox Eltron Ky Ihis ia a great y bargain WANTEO TIE MAKERS on the market w urivnn nu A NThU 300 tie makers wmi vi t Apply to GLEN uienoeane ny harness pur WANTED JENNETT WANTKD A Kood jnnett for M M HCKKMAN LEGAL Come to Our store for whatever you want in this line You will find the goods the best and the prices the lowest BLANKS IllanU Deeds and Mortgages and All Kouns of Legal lllanks II UK CKEN- ulllGU NEWS OllMCK lOll SALK FOR SALE JL SOJA BEANS IWU SALE K II OGLKallY Uoyerporl Ky FOR SALE MARE Sinla or Soy Ueans and Cow 1eas tf 7OR SAIll A K1 slx yeifold mare fine JL raddle and buggy anlnul lor further In Formation wrile K N MILLER Hardinsburg tf Ky Eclipse Grocery Store HAKDINSBURG KENTUCKY 00-O-0-0CrO Â¬ j V2 i WFWpgf TvwyKr7mWsoully indorsed the petition business and then cr policy run so to speak to keep from having anything to do with it What think you will ho bo reward od for what ho said or what he did For Palo Bicycle in good condition Double tubo tlren wood rims gear 08 barrel hubs upturned handle bar weight 1250 24 lbs An excellent machine All kinds of repairs C 0 Lewie Steplieneport We have located in our midst Dr G K Hhiverly of Onensboro who has his shingle out and we hear Bays ho has He will be found at his conio to stay ofllce which is in the old post ofllco on Main street The ladies of the town aro to he con- Â¬ gratulated for their successful effort in raising of a petition asking the board of triiBtces to not grant saloon licenso for the following year which petition was presented and request granted tho 25th So after September thanks to these noble women we will have a dry town for at 1 jast twelve months - 1PTOJfjPfWsP5WB lT The fetishism of tavagc Africa makes tu shudder and ilia us with disgust Yet we have fetishes of our own one of them great widely worshipped and in whose name crimes Innumerable are flaily perpetrated The name of that fe tish is Ignorance To that powerful GLENDbANE Mrs StormB is very HI with rheuma Usui r fetish thousands of mothers nnnu ally make sacrifice 01 weir daughters For what is it but a sacrifice to the fetish Ignorance to permit girls to blossom to womanhood and enter the marriage rela- Â¬ tion without one helpful hint of the obligations of that relation and its physical perils Just the word which the mother fails to apeak would turn the young girls atten Â¬ tion to the danger of irregularity For it is in the ignorance of the necessity for regularity in the periods that the foundation is laid for the debilitating drains the female weakness bearing down pains inflam Â¬ mation and ulceration that rob marriage of joy and motherhood of happiness That God send for women as wom Â¬ en have named it Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity of the periods dries up all unhealthy drains cures female disease and inflammation and ulceration of the peculiarly femi Â¬ nine organs Women suffering from diseases pecu Â¬ liarly feminine may consult Dr R V Pierce by letter at the Invalids Hotel Buffalo absolutely without charge or fee Bach letter is opened in strict privacy read as sacredly confidential and to pre serve the seal of confidence unbroken all replies are sent in plain envelopes bearing no single word of printed matter iPl Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY News 3 18 BALLTOWN IF OB Pate went to Jolly Station Sun day T N Brickey went to Hardinaburg Sunday Wm Frank Jolly Station was hero Sunday The recent warm weather has caused vegetation to develop rapidly Dr Howard is doing considerable im- Â¬ provements on his dwelling house Owen Wliiteliouse spent Sunday even Â¬ ing pleasantly with Miss Ida Frank Little Mav Perkins spent last week with her grand parents on Beeehfork STEPHENSPORT Henry Drury went to Louisville Satur Â¬ Mr Weymouth the drummer made day night his regular monthly visit to 0 B Pates Weather Hot Miss Florence Cain is the guest of rela- Â¬ last week Spring is here in all its greenness tives at Irvington Mrs Sarah Frank who has been in W C Blain ol Patesville was in town Oklahoma for some timelias returned T J Jolly was at Sample Friday vis Â¬ home Her brother John Taul came Sunday iting a sick brother in also Mrs F C Ferry returned Friday from The school census shows ninety six Lane Woods a former resident of this Louisville pupils in this district place and also of Cloverport died at his Dr D White of Tobinaport was in All the Republicans in this neck of the home near Glendeane Saturday His town Friday woods are for Clifton Pratt for governor many friuuds and relatives here are in Dr Raflerty of Cloverport is with us Good folks dont forest to attend to sympathy with his bereaved family a few hours each dav for practice that local option call at Webster May Alex Hall and Miss Fanny Bowman The Smith House has been overflow- Â¬ 20th were united in marriage Sunday at the ing with traveling men for the last two Hurlbut Cain was at Irvington several home of the brides father Sam Bowweeks days recently visiting Edwin and Claro man on Tar Creek Ilev Fred Weath Prof Mark L Kilbourne still lingers Jolly erford officiating The happy couple and we curious ones are made to Mr and Mrs R N Miller of Hardins left immediately after the ceremony for 7 burg were guests of Mrs Piggott Wed home on the Pike Congratula- Â¬ wonder their Mrs W B Lennin and children of nesdoy tions HarditiBburg are visiting Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Elijah Board of Hard The death angel visited our midst R A Smith iiiBburg came up to attend the burial of Sunday morning at 3 oclock and claimed Mrs Godhey Haswell of Hardins Mr Basham for its victim Mrs Augustus Tabeling Mrs Richard Witt formerly of Clov- Â¬ She is widely known in this com- hurg is with tier parents for a two erport was in our town Saturday visit Â¬ munity and was loved by all her ac Â¬ weeks visit Shu is a sister of Alfred quaintances Oharlie Hall aud Miss Maty Ryan of ing Mrs Cat Basham and Amiel Oelze Cloverport and has Cloverport were guests at tlie Smith In speaking of the good old days of several children who bitterly weep over House Sunday our forefathers dont forget that they the sad departure of their dearest and We are glad to know that only a very didnt have telephones best friend few refused to sign the petition present Spring fever is aiTdcting a largo num lint be silent dear children ed by our ladies ber ot peoDle If anybody knows a rem Weep no more Miss E Kate Allen of Chenault is edy please let us have it For your Father will meet her On yonder shore expected today Wednesday to spend Mr Bader a gentleman from Owens a week with Mrs Frank C Ferry boro recently speut several days at J D uml SniuLe Vmr I Iff Avuijr IoiitTulinrriiSilt Wo suppose he waa dear Choir practice at G W Paynes Satur Â¬ Beavins To quit tobacco easily and foiovor b mac nctlc lull of life nurvu and viuor take day evening All are requested to meet hunting tho wonder world r that nisiUes wcnlt men promptly at 7 p m and have a good We wonder what part Mrs It M Jolly strong All druwrlsts too or II Cure guaranteed Booklet and sjmplu free Address practice and Miss Eva Carrigau took in the race Sterling Kcmody Co CIUcolO or New York question that the papers say bobbed A J Perriuo went to Cloverport Sun day for a few days stay with his broth- Â¬ up in tho convention nt Atlanta GUSTON er and then will return to his home in Lieutenant Frank Hardaway on his Evansvillo way to Manila mailed letters home at Miss Mary Paul is visiting Mrs E L What about tho man who wholly and Malta Port Said aud Colombo These Smith The Hon Gus W Richardson was at home laat Saturday to tho election of Frankfort is Mrs W K Brown visiting her father Hon Gun W Rich Â¬ ardson jaTf AJrvifir in ill im3t It M Jolly visited our town last Fri day Bob is a whole souled fellow and a hustler from away back Mrs Margaret Hardaway ami grand- Â¬ daughter Fannie spent Saturday aud Sunday with Mrs Kate Childs MlfsEva Carrigan writes from Atlanta Ga that the convention was a success and that is a hospitable southern city Misses Emilv nud Ermine Munford go to Louisville this week to attend the of grain can be threshed in a day and wiwMfeWbM T Southern Baptist Convention and May threshed perfectly and separated thorouRhly r y without waste if you have a Nichols Shcpard Sep- Â¬ rausic festival arator And the straw will be handled easily without Misses Ellen Munford L B McGlotli the slightest trouble and almost no litter if you use the Nichols lan Caro Sears Partridge Irvington aud Shepard Swinging Stacker This takes the place aud docs the work of Elleu Herndon Louisville spent Sun Â¬ an independent stacker It oscillates automatically is easily swung to day with Miss Maud Adkisson right angles with the separator to carry the straw to cither stack or barn This stacker has been demonstrated by thorough and practical tests in About five years ago Mrs Charley the field to be the handiest most efficient svriugiug stacker ever attached Helt lost a very handsome gold ring and to a thresher Like every other feature of the the other day while refilling a pillow Bhe found the ring snuggly hid away in one corner of the pillow slip The Rev Louis Adams preached here last Sunday to a good audience Mr Adams will be the regular minister at this place and will preach every 1th Sun Â¬ day All are invited to attend services Charley Miller who has lived hero for several years has purchased a farm of Walker Board and moved to it last Mon Â¬ it is strongly and durably made without any intricate parts to break or get out of order All the advantages of the Nichols Shepard Separator day We are sorry to give Mr and Mrs and the Nichols Shepard Traction Engine are fully described mil Miller up as1 they are splendid citlz nip illustrated in our free catalogue Write for it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Milton Coke was in the neighborhood Saturday Miss BobbIo Moorman visited nt Irving tun last week Jesse Moorman Jr waa in Hardina burg last Sunday Mrs Joe Mnttingly went to ilardlns burg Monday morning Dr and Mr Dempster spent Sunday at J esse A Moormans Miss Hoxie Moore visited her parents near McDanlols Saturday Miss Etta Green was quite ill last week but is convalescing Cy Miller of Kirk was calling on ono of Glendeanes fair ones Sunday Some of the boys have an unusual hustle trying to get up a little circus money Tom Musselmau Irviigton is on tho Branch to day doing his first work as fireman Several of our music loving ppople wilt attund tho May Festival in Louisville next week Interest in the new Sunday school at Glendeane is good and hopes aro enter tained of a successful school Mss Eliza A Owen after a protracted stay here has returned to Leitchfield accompanied by Miss Hattie Owen Miss Nannie Fisher is at Irvington and will visit in Louisyllle and other places remaining away several weeks The Miss Greens want to sell their house and lot in Glendeane ana move to Louisville The property is desirable Jm Deane Tom Owen and Miss Edna ltoberls and Mies Hal lie Moorman at Â¬ tended the lecture at Jolly Saturday night Tliis section lost one of its best men in the death of Mr George Carwile last week He had long been a cancer suffer Cicero Fentress wedded a Miss Wilker- son of Grayson county last Sunday Mr Fentress is an energetic farmer and owns the faun of the late Cass Rhodes Â¬ Â¬ GOOD NEWS Â¬ INGLESIDE FARM Botwoeri Irvington and WebBtor AWell Bred Horse Will Show Wc hereby announce to the people of Harned and vicinity that we have opened up a GENERAL LINE OF MERCHANDISE itin His Work and Miles1 fc at this place what is trade and will give you better values- - for your money than you ever before received The stock is new fresh and better is cheap We want your vj c The good citizens who refused to sign tho liquor petition because whisky was not bothering them probably didnt think of their sons grandsons and friends who might in the fu Â¬ ture be tompted cursed and ruined by the vile traffic and for those reasons let our hands and hearts always and under all circumstances bo raised against the demon that prowls in our midst and pollutes and demoralizes our commu- Â¬ nity and on the other hand some say the no saloon idea will not stop tho dram drinkers and the man who ia Ret Â¬ ting old in the sin of drink But after doing what we can we leave to his jujj and his God for that But are boys and young men who are young in their appetites and those who have never been tempted What of them Shall we keep the grog shop in our midst to allure them and ruin their liyes Because the removal of it will do the older ones no good Nay verily their race is almost run Ita our boys we would save Then we have older men that hayent the manhood and strength to say no that only drink when tompted what of them God be praised for this move and may this bu only a beginning of better things for the uplifting and salvation of our Nothing has eyer been produced to boys and young men euual or compare witli TABLERS When Weak Weary and Wasted BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT as a cur- Â¬ ative and healing application for Piles from Kidney Disease why not try Fo Fissures blind and bleeding external or leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed mediinternal the Itching and Bleeding of the cine ARFisher Cloverport E A Rectum The relief ib immediate and Witt Hardinsburg Price GO cts in bottle cure infallible BEWLEYVILLE tubes 75 cts A R Fisher son-in-la- THE NEW STORE MEYER DAVIS HARNED KY WE WANT YOUB WOOL AND WILL GIVE YOU TOP PBIOE FOR IT aMSSg-SfflrIgMJi-S rTfn W lmWM i aw el BEN HUR Denmark saddle and harness horse Black 16 hands high will stand at my stable at the low fee of 500 to insure a living colt He was sired by Royal Denmark 534 dam Shelby Girl by Shelby Chief he by Alexanders Abdalla he by W M Rhysdicks Hambietonian 2d dam Hintons Eclipse by American Eclipse Amount of season given to the best colt Care taken to prevent accidents but not re- Â¬ sponsible should any occur Mares pastured at 150 per month Farmers this is the chance of your life to in- Â¬ troduce an absolutely new strain of the grand ola Denmark blood into your horse stock JOE BLAND who is one of the best horse- Â¬ men in the Ohio Valley said BEN HUR IS THE BEST NATURAL GAIT ED SADDLE HORSE SB SgBJ SKILLMAN of New Orleans are interesting and full of tender regard for tho loved ones at home Quito a numbor of ladies friends and neighbors were invited to spend the day Tuesday April 25 with Mrs Obaa Drury and help her bow carpet ragp They assembled early and worked well Miss Clara Jordan won the priza for sew Â¬ ing moat balls The dinner was perfection and was served by Mrs Drurv end Every- Â¬ Miss Lena in their best style body seemed in good spirits and doubt- Â¬ less hope for many happy returns of the pleasant day There are several residences in our vicinity well worthy of a place among the illustrations of lovely homes n the Ladies Home Journal In the lead of these we find Fair Lawn tho home of the Hon Cbas Blanford With such a beautiful home and no lack of the best things of this political honors ijrow dim for these at best aro but transient and always accompanied with bickerings and envy but the pleasures of a quiet beautiful rural home are pure and last Â¬ ing Flattering reports reach me of the success of the Farmers Institute at Irvington Editor Goodnight was there representing the News and mndo an interesting address on the relation of our county paper to the farming community showing it to be the closest and Ho also said that the friendliest columns of the News were always open to the farmer His address was well received and he will tell you what every Â¬ body else said Speaking after the lore of the school essayist the robin and the wren aud the blue jay have come the season of sweet scented buds and blossoms with its delightful hazy dreamy atmosphere is here and though we have to toil long days through for that which sustains our mortal existence still we may with glad ana happy yearta fairly revel in beauty and joyousness Golden Hod Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mark Freeman is very sick at this writing Mr Claude Younger is visiting his relatives at Skill man Geo Earls of Hawesville was with Wilson of his many friends at this place Sunday Mr Lester Hawesville spent Sunday with Miss Mayine Ireland Miss Ituth Sterrett visited friends in Hawesville this week reports a pleasant visit Miss Mayme Iralcud and Mr Claud Younger were visitors in Cloverport this week Miss Bessie Jarboe of Cloverport is visiting her re a ti yes and many friends at this place The sale of the Younger farm at Hawesville last Monday in April was largely attended Miss Ona Ireland and Mr Jno Couty spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mrs Same Thursba at Falcon The young folks of Skillmsn are anticipating a pleasant excursion around the Jeffery Clifls the 2nd Sunday Miss Myrtle Jeffery of Mt Home spent Sunday with Miss Anna Ireland who has just returned from Owensboro Female College The Misses Hagman of Midway entertained their Skillman friends Satur Â¬ day evening Music and games were the features of the occasion Â¬ rf LIFE You I EVER RODE IN MY taking all know Joe Bland and his word is worth E F CARTER iiRviisra Toiisr icir What Was on the Postal Card Elkton Ky April 22 99 Bismarks Iron Nerve Was tho result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and BowelB are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develops every power of brain and body Only 25c at Short Haynes drug store Mr G N Lyddan Irvington Ky Dear Sir and Friend As you now own Squirrel Denmark 515 Remarkable Eeicne Curtain Plainfleld 111 makes the statement that Bhe caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse Ho told her that she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight Mrs Michael Â¬ found herself benefitted from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is as well as Bhe ever was Free trial bottles Way Â¬ of this Great Discovery at Short nes Drug Store Large bottles 50 cents per 100 thought you would be interested in the sale of his colts The Bay Gelding we saw in Pem- Â¬ COAI1NQ CIRCUS broke and you rode has been sold twice since The Small Boy Is Elated Over the you were here the last tirrie for a fancy price Fact to a party from San Francisco Cal The Two thousand equate feet of bill boards decorated with gaudy circus pictures an large Bay 16 hand mare of Williams also for nouncing that tho famouB Harris Nickel 200 Also the Brown Saddle Gelding of Plate railroad circus with the biggest and the littlest elephants on earth and the greatest den of performing lions that Boxley and three others will be sold ere ten ever happened will be here Friday days No better sire of fine size and finished May 5 five gaited saddle horses ever trod Kentuckys whether you eontlnae tho ltreiUvltb uvr tuuaccu dibh nvifUA in removes tae aeure lor toocco outnerroutdlitrMt expeianlco- if I fflV soil than Squirrel Denmark ni Â¬ yon JUK - iuit uiMiuuoUi mkei voa strong POOK IJUOl pUUUV fcurv IUB UJVOQ i -- uaiiauBrT nu poul KjtfH r Mi r A C I FORDSVILLE Mrs Clarence rai S boxai uiiiftlljcureij JboieifJW rafunrl Pni ftranteed tortirorwMMtfMU mnniv SUHtef TmL Oluit C 1 1 Kk wUlDfttlentlT 111 boiei IB 400000 ltuv MLPcft cured from Af L lonr An tirotmlit who vouch for uiTaJcs 11 with olT II VO-T-- m W A DICKINSON DflriliteotlT Ona Smith is still confined to NO PAIN latest anaesthetics for NO DREAD her bed 0wnffwworrrwvvwwvwvrwwwnmwniffffvVJ jd A Big Stack There are still sevoral cases of measles in town We are glad to learn Mrs Bettie Woodson is convalescent Miss Fannie Groves went to Owens boro Saturday shopping There will be several new residences started in our town Bhortly Mrs Sam Gaines went to Hartford Saturday to attend tier aunts funeral Quite a number of our good citizens took in the Masonic excursion Sunday Mrs Hob Odder and children wont to Glendeane Saturday to visit her parenta Therell be a circiiBin town Saturday A Urge crowd is expected here on that day Mrs Ike Adair accompanied by her daughtor Marian and sister Jennie aro yislting friends and relatives in Hawes Yille I extract teeth without pain using all the Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught Full courseH 2 rash or you can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH BIT IMII i PAINLESS A CROWN Skillfully fixed to tho root or body of v IIIO si I tl IUUU1 Will v OPERATIONS Rooks and Manic fkb The principal o thli school lithe author of the leading iMtem ot bookkeeping which It med in thousands of public and private schools inclutllrg the put He schools ol New York and other large cities The leading stem of Shorthand Is taught Stud nls from every State You car graduate in our sPAHBTIMr be f ever so Special little Uradnaiea assisted to positions RATE9 TO TIIOK WHO SEND TOR CAKALOGUES AT ONCE OF GOLD JLsi SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 3X53 West Jef feron St louUvllle IJil DUmud Ilraatl Ky 0 PENNYROYAL PILLS 7Lfv 3hlrhuua E ar 1110k 1 m y f VO M cadik tik Urucim tot CAieuiwrf jnttuA via- nfAMMllik ltd aJ Gold mUl 11 rihAiu wii with tlu ribbon Taka v R fu d Ana trout tvliUlu ftivni and imitation At DmiUt r M 4 imiIibobIiU m4 Id it si for ptrtlealiM A7 i feller ror wc fclwkii rlUbl a lifetime OTi lif jr rTTT lie mako a spec 7 ialty of I 11 BRIDGE and difficult work eftt lnetkr iajMi rrr J all Lout Don lUU IlllLAUA v 1A Nichols Shepard SEPARATOR SHEPARD The Baptist parsonage will be com Â¬ pleted within a short time and will be occupied by oar pastor Itev L J Rat clitf Mrs R A Shellman from Stephens port after spending a few dayj with her sister Mrs W II Sargent returned Inme last week Mn Truman died ot consumption and was interred in Fordaville cemetery Funeral conducted by Brother RatclilT at the Baptist church Prices Very Reasonable New Dental Parlors at Mitchell Hotel Now OpenA Â¬ Poters Antlarptlo HeallnaOil Itellrvet all pain Instantly and hea and cures cuts burns boils bruises itch exrema catarrh sore throat erysipelst corns chapped hands and lips piles and all ulcers or sores ol skin or mucous membrane Will cure sore or inflamed eyas Id 48 Horsemen will And this oil will cure hours scratches cracked heel hal er burns old sores aod collar galls Use It and If potxtlsfied your drug gist will cheerfully ulva back your mon y Price sj cts For sale by MOORMAN OWES Clov erport Ky T D RENFROW Dental Surgeon Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College Â¬ Bean tb OA0TOHZA -Jf ilMl Yctl Hart Umli itt Iirncu IIoum at NASHVILLE TENNESSEE Willi foil stock of machine anil eitras NI0HOL8 00 Battlo Oreok Mloh HEROINE affords a forward and settle natural healthful remedy acting promp lOSKl TKAFF ly A few aruall doses will usually be NOTICE found to so regulate the excretory funct Â¬ All person holding cltims vs eilatt of J P ion that they are able to operate with Â¬ Minor deceased will prove same and present to out any aid whatever Price f0 cents Michael Main and those Indebted to same will A In Constipation Mr John Hoben going outoflhe firm Thebutl ness will be conducted at the same old stand but under the direction uf Mr Traff All persons being Indebted lo the old firm aro requested to come Notice of Dissolution of Partnership Hoben his been dissolved The firrn of Teaff QRMSl VERMIFUGE nwiiauuanutr Best la Qoalltr WHITES CREA tAVAMVAJUMAAXAMWWAUAAVAAJUVAJltMUAAAAAJB It Fisher come forward and settle Immediately M 11LAIN Administrator Fw 20 Yiars Nat Ltd all Wmi RtNudlMTT OXiD S3X AXiXi IJXlTJGnxairiai rroparoCfcy t JAMES r Mill An JLXU JZZZZrZT For sale by A R Flaber Oloverport Ky - w ldi J0 vri Vi I I l Ai aAi JT i MtVWMVkUt I H SSI THE WORK OF THE MISSIONS Report Rend Before the Methodist District ville Last Week Conference at Fords fingers and to teach them to glyo first to Christ Henderson EoutS- LADIES Loiinillo HenderoaSi Time Card In Women Should Knew It Vt S Si Louis i fifr d e r to A vto- - i MR8 N II COOKh ItKIOnT The missionary spirit is tho spirit of thoso who livo not unto tlieinoolyes but m who or tlioin tied nnd rose RKiiln This spirit is nvor on tlio niurt for now missionary Uulds In 1881 tho Gonornl Conforonco created tho Vom ans Parsonage and Home Mission So unto 1 1 1 wr ciety to assist in supplying parsonages You can buy ns Bnfely from us through the mnita ns i you worn prpsant in and to better the condition of destitute Try a snmple order from this list Address Dept T peraon women and children in our home land 10c each Womens Linen Initial 5u and 10c Womans Kibbod Shirts The first qnudronniums were the time of low neck and Blebveless Handkerchiefs beginning which are always slow Dur75o pair 2 clasp Kid Gloves Black 25c for twn Vests low neck In pink ing that period tho organization devoted White Tan Brown and and bluo stripes ita fuuds mainly to parsonagebullding 5c 10c 15c 25c Jnpanesu Folding 15n American Lisle Thread Vesta but it began to circulate its own literaFane low neck and sleeveless ture leallote and Our Homes which is 50c up Mexican Grass Ilammockp 25c Womans Black Lido Thread our official organ to send supplies to tho Hose 50c Mens Whito Unlaundored Shirts families of inadequately supported 8jc yd Barnslcys Twill Crash best Shirt at tuo price on earth preachers to do city mission work and 09c Womans Percale Shirt Waists lUc each Turkish Bath Towek rlarge Good Colors New Styles to raise loan funds size bleached and unbleached 08c Percale House Wrappers Ruf- 08c Crochet Bed Spreads During this the third quadrennlum fles and Braid Trimmed all colors 10 08 Our Binder Sewing Machines the amount given to parsouage building 17c Good Muslin Drawers warranted 5 years U almost equal to that of the two pro- Â¬ ceeding quudrenniums and for the first tliuo two parsonages were aided in the foreign mission fluids Japan and Brazil Because of the failure to report more has been done than has been recorded The records bIiow that since the so- Â¬ KATES hi - uiir ij tookbnlV af ciety was founded twelve years ago 1735 parsonages have been built in Southern Methodism which is two thirds of the number accumulated dur- Â¬ ing a whole centuiy prior to its organiza- Â¬ tion Of this uuuiuer the Boulety had added 717 and no doubt stimulated many others Tho value of supplies sent tho families of Western preachers has increased yearly The total amount being estimated at 93048 57 The loan funds 1548987 must of which has been accu iiuuiMiUXli ii ii ii n vz5uvfuqmvt wiixww lulltttet this quadrennlum Tho inter- Â¬ ests in city missions has increased and educational missionary work has been inaugurated for the mountain people in S5JKJS uiftad IfroullT our own state and for three of the dif V U V Kill Itkla JOO alio of Cb1tno J lhl ttoa mbcInlmln IITUI UlUUY lit rilKIUUT If round BlIUKCT TO BX1IIINATIOS l Jour frtlbl deirat Mid ferent foreign raceb in this country iqlAL TO I11UUIKS rinilCTLt SATISFiCTOlir KXACT1Y AS KKrlUHICITKII oo and THE OKAHOtST BARGAIN YOU EVER SAW THAT KKTAIL AT80ooio Chinese Japanese and the Cubans x yfSsa 7 uimtii UUK SHtlilAL KKIUL53B90 For the mountain people and the Cu Â¬ and freight charges lens the 1100 rent with order Chicago l 0CB ow cto WE MAKE THIS TOP guuuim bans school buddingd havo been providlnateral thln most makers put in Ilao dukbIos Latest Style For 1009 Bodj ed At London Ky there are two nnd SUM from the llest Seasoned Wood Unr Hot Tlmt Money Can Build Kd Springs kc Illustrated or nrewster Bide Bar tUtfU three hundred pupils and six teachers a Top 21 ounce Dally Itltfh Grade bcrewed Itlm Sartena 1atent Rubber Heavily Lined tull side and back curtalna rslatlnirOaaran superior school building aud four cot teed equal to any 115000 butrtry work llodr Mack Geardark Kreen or Red UnhoUlf rloff faf ITT tmn Krraf h bnrf r f lath or Ktaba toilhtr tages all valued at 20000 W SPECIAL PRICE for tap bnetj wide or oarrow trstk foil lentth ildo aad bark S3890ISOUR apraa trr1 wreaca amr ratifer aad nrtt QUARANTEED TWO TEARS M lat a lifetime Far aiVltV an industrial At Greenville Tunu 00 s hool oi thirty pupils and five teachem Addrosa SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL has been supported aud property securWhen you write mention this paper ed worth 9200 For the Cubans at Tampa Flu there are three schools with two hundred and twenty nine pu pils and nightteachors and two school buildings valued at 7677 A mission home at Dallas Tex has been erected value at 10000 with 58 Much additional work has inmates been done such as the support of two doors of Hope sewing and Industrial schools religious meetings and other efforts for the betterment and salvation When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE is guaranteed to cure you It is the discovery of an eminent physician of tho needy and neglected Just before ttie close of this quadren- Â¬ No Knife I No Interruption of Business nlum Missa Luclnda B Helm whose The first treatmont brings immediato relief It has name will shine with increasing luster cured thousands and will curo you as the centuries co by after nearly elev Â¬ MR T S WILCOX prominent morchan in en years of unselfish unremitting toil and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Depar heard well done and entered into the rec- Â¬ After years of suffering DONS PILE OJN ioys of her Lord lire ommended to me The use of one box effected gleans I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it Her heroic labors and superior person Â¬ suf- Â¬ of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten ality entitle her to an honored place in fering with piles annala of the church Her departure Price 100 Prepaid to any Address casued universal sorrow Miss Helm gave her life to the cause Not long af- Â¬ ter the death of Miss Helm the society CHATTANOOGA TENN suffered its second great breavement in the death of Dr David Morton He was ever the loyal champion the wise and able advocate of the society these two leaders co laborers In life whore con- Â¬ querors in death Dr Morton was con- Â¬ nected with the earliest beginnings of the Womans Parsonage and Home Mission society He aided In framing the constitution in winning for it gifts 33X1 MOOTS and friends in guarding its funds in jflsflaKv aftaflaW and all diseases of tho generative ssEsaasGr sS Tho great remedy for norvous prostration seeking its advancement and in directbPSSK organs of olthor box sucn as Norvous Prostration Falling or Lost ilanhood 8 As secretary of the board Impotency Nlphtly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental worry oxcosslvo uso ing its policy With ovory of church extention nf frnhnrn or Onlum which lead to Consumption and Insanity with unswerving monoy Sold nt 100 per box 5 order wo Buaranteo to euro or refund tho ArltnUolNU o boxes for 500 IMtJUOTTS CIIUTI10AL CO Cloveluud Ohio fidelity and unremitting devotion he gave himself to the high commission en For sale by Short Haynes Druggiste Oloverport Ky trusted to him by the church Jlis exact and faithful attention to all M HARDIN the details of the business his zealous WILDER Brandunburg Ky G28J Fourth St Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J THE GREAT MAIL ORDER HOUSE i nil SEND ONE DOLLAR Â¬ o Â¬ nl Â¬ IwhySuffeb DON CHEMICAL COMPANY Wl s HFAI TO AND VITALITY Â¬ F J HARDIN WILDER THE NEW WAY WOMEN vv used fe Â¬ to think rn a lo diseases could only bo treated after lo examina- Â¬ oa1 tions by physi Â¬ cians Dread of caro of tho funds of the board nnd his personal devotion to God should be an oxninplo of an unfailing Inspiration to every woman engaged In the work ol the organization It was dear to Dr Morton because his far seeing eye and keen busi Â¬ ness judgement saw in it great possibili- Â¬ ties for tho growth of the church And should not every Methodist preacher plight himself to assist this society in bringing about the almost ideal condition for which he longed and la- Â¬ bored when every itinorent prenchers home shall be a homo indeed There are only ono third as many aux- Â¬ iliaries of tho Womans Home Mission society ns thero aro charges in tho Methodist Episcopal church South And when wo realize that this society of the church raised for the year ending March 1098 For dues 0338 81 J j SpecÂ¬ ial donations 9100 80J Loan funds 830075 making total ralsod 18890 43 And disbursed 174S998 And our treasurey statement of Louisvtllo Con ferenpo was to nmount in bank March 20 1897 17105 Received from all lar sources 132700 Total Hy 149805 To prove it wouderful merits you may disbursements as perltimized statements havo a sample bottle and book telling 1309 17 Balonco In the bank March all about it both sent absolutely freo by 120 48 1808 mail Kindly mention tho Bkkckkn- While our district lias IS charges with hiikik Nkws and send your address to a membership of 5451 and 15 parsonages Di Kilmer Co Biughamton N Y we haye only one Home Mission society Which from tho following report you CAVE SPRING will see Is doing good work oven with Â¬ out the stimilating influence we might Planting corn 1b the ordor of the day receive from other societies If our dis J O Tucker is at home with the trict was thoroughly organized I think our ministers present can real Â¬ measler ize what n great assistance a society of The Sunday school at this place is get this kind is to a pastor when I give the tirjg along nicely report of the only work in this district Bro Wnggouor will preach for us on one nuxillinry of 22 members the fifth Sunday The meetings are held monthly except Farmers are very proud of the out- Â¬ when extra work is to be done sucli as come of their wheat preparing clothing and packing for tho Thoso on the sick list are T B Hsll supply department then we take our dinners and remain at the church all J T Hunnigcr nnd Mrs Niles Mr Finley Brown of Fordsville was day or go as many days as is necessary to comploto the work which is one of tho truest ot liis brother Dave last week the most pleasant departments of work T E Butler and Miss Fannie M Glass- Â¬ Our society Iiob made 192 visits to sick cock uttended services at Mt Ziou Sun Â¬ and strangers in the Interest of home day mission work Miss Laura Galloway who has been One hundred garments have been dis Â¬ eick for several days wo are ttlad to re tributed among the needy in our city port much improved besides two barrels of supplies one sent Misses Mary and Frouie Jolly attended to the Cuban school at Tampa Florida the burial of their grandfather Mr and one to a preacher in the Indian Jolly last week Territory And several cottages prayer Nelson Miaa Carrie Hayes who is attending meetings have been held and a number school at Glendeaue was at home Sun Â¬ of leaflets havo been distributed Amount of dues for the year 24 day to the joy of her many friends Misses Essie Matthews and Nettie amount of mite box collection 3 59 amount of baby roll dues 275 amount CundiiT were the guests of Mieses Lulu of week of prayer collection and Lizzie Hall Saturday afternoon 12 15 atrtunt of conference expenses 2 To Â¬ It F Whitworth of Lewisport was tal 4449 here lust week circulating among friends Sent to the Conference treasuary and relatives He thinks of purchasing Besides we have raised on repairs land here for district parsonage 20 for local We are bo glad to learn that the good charity 375 amount sent to Mirs people of Fairview are to have childrens 0 Bruce Tampa Fla 154 85 Total day There is not one doubt but what In addition to this money we sent a it will be a succeos barrel to the Indian Territory valued at Miss Cora Matthews was hero last 90 and the barrel to Mies Bruce at week an applicant for tho fall school Tampa Fla tightly packed with cloth- Â¬ She is a dear good girl and we would ing and provisions that was not valued liko to have her with us Three years ago when Mrs Berdett Mr Chrisa Pile of the Fairview neigh- Â¬ wrote me to know if I could take the borhood has erected a new store at his work of district Secretary I refused on home aud is doing a good business We the ground that my hands were full with learn that their postollice is to be called acting as President of the W C T U Dewey President of the Home Mission society Uncle Harrison Henniger and wife of at Settle Chaple Vice President In For- Â¬ West View were visiting their son J eign Mission society taught a large T Heiiniger last week and gave some class in the Sunday School and a mem- Â¬ of their old time friendly culls on their ber to Y M O A I felt that I could not do justice to any more work and way home What would you think of a young wrote iier so But she replied saying Go to work you will do more work man that would stay from Sunday than a dozen women with nothing to school with the excuse that he was not able to go aud then walk a mile in the do So I obeyed her orders and proceeded evening to Huh to work In this district by writing to The Misses Butlers entertainment was every preacher In the district with the quite a success It was given in honor exception of perhaps two or three And of their friend Miss Glasscock Several if I felt afraid of failure in the begining were present aud ail seemed to have quite a jolly time I certainly realize little encouragement on hearing from most of them For riMiuty is Mluot lleeii some of them replied that their congre- Â¬ No Clean blood meiiia a clean skin gations were too poor to pay dues to the beauty without it Cabcatcts Candy Catharorganizations some had n Pastors Aid tic clean your blood and keen it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imand could not support two others that purities from the body Begin to day to they needed all their funds at home in banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion their own church and one preacher Cabarets beauty for ten cents by taking All drug wrote me that his women would do gista satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c Â¬ Â¬ Many women sutler untold agony and misery becauBU the nature of their dis They easo is not correctly understood lmyu been led to bullovo that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Is responsible for the many ills that be Â¬ sot womankind headacho Neuralgia nervousness ptilfy or dark circles under the eyes rheumatism a dragging pain or dull nulio in tho back weakness or bearing down Do you want an article that sensation profuse of scanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent desire you cannot got in your own town to pass it with scalding or burning sen- Â¬ sation sedimeut in It after standing in but iB handled by a big concern in bottle or common glass for twenty four Louisvillo If bo drop a letter hours aro signs of kidnoy and bladder stating your needs to trouble Tho abovo symptoms are often attrib-Â¬ uted by tho patient herself or by her physician to female weakness or womb MISS ADDIE G DITTO trouble Hence so many fall to obtain Purchasing Agent lelief becaujo they are treating not the disease itself but u reflection of tho pri- Â¬ 1919 Brook Street mary cause which is kidney trouble In fact women as well as men aro Louisville Ky made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need tho same remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is the great She will gladly lurnish you discovery of the eminent kidney and specialist and is easy to get at with all information and assiBt you bladder nuy drug storo for fifty cents or one dot Ri Co Effect DocM I090 No 41 No liASl IIUUND 44 No 4 St laaiis Kvansvillt Henderson llaskcta Lv CM 7 1 1 75iUiii in II Sfifipm 2 45am 3111 20pm 2 3111 Snttsville Heads Worthington 731 73 Stanley Grlfllth Mattingly Owensboro Powers for Koclcport aitman 7 4ft 7 IM 3 37 13 3211 3211 323 3 28 7M 80 807 339 32U m 4 Iatcs 818 8 27 1 62 3t8 tnd Icwisport Falcon 1etrie 88 8 6 0 1 344 SKI 4 01 4 13 4 4 4 4 400 418 31 4 3J 28 lJ for Cannelton Sklllman Shops llawesvilte 000 Tell City J 13 9 23 a- 433 40 49 6 00 8 03 450 Cloverport Holt Addison Stephensport Sample l40 Vf2 U r Sit 5 510 5 31 1010 10 10 fierce 08 hU 18 510 520 5 25 543 48 607 Ioriiburg 1013 22 111 30 10 28 6i2 5 1 667 6 01 ti 10 trvinglon Ouston Ekron Webster MJ A5U 6 03 111 C 18 Brandenburg lon llranch Itock Haven Willow Dale Howard HI 11 11 1052 1101 1110 28 H24 0 31 617 0 3o 6 4ft 7 15 7 3vam Kentucky Strtet 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Absolutely 2 r S Paper Patterns S a Breckenridge News ANDTHK Twice-a-Wee- k MS CALL ftWaftl Patterns MaSJiW NoScamAllowance Patterns DAVAD I Courier Journal Iloth One Year for s nothing Two or three however were willing for mo to try I only organized two juvenile societies Last year almost my entire time was given to nursing the sick but this year I want to do good work for the Maater along this line And now to give you some idea of how we raise funds for this work I will ex Â¬ plain our different methods First by dues which each member is expected to pay which is 10 cents per month and 10 cents extra for conference expense funds all money raised in this way goes as donations for parsonage building Then by loan funds of which wo have four The Angtl Band loan fund is a memoral loan fund It is constituted by paying 20 at ouce or by degrees in the name of a loved one who has joined the angel band in a bettor land then The Preachers Wives Loan Fund who more than all others are interested In parsonages this fund In constituted by paying 5 to make yourself or some one elBo a member Then the name loan fund and the annuity loan fund These funds aro never given away but loaned at a small interest to build parsonages and returned to the society Thus It Is perpetual giving to the Lord although the amount Is paid but onco by the donor Then we havo en Â¬ listed the baby In a Baby Rol whose membership is paid but once aud thnlr mite box collodions go into the general fund for parsonage building And the mothers are instructed to place the pen niea into tho box through the babys Mothers Spare Yourselves ONLY Every Wedncadny nnd Thursday nfter the III IDlflUPTflM 111 111 V 111 U lull Eourth Monday lu Each Month puch aa Bridges and Crowns a specialty Difficult work Latest appliances used Good work euaranteed SENDUSOME DOLLAR WKf7iT f iSSSW V If nnd It eiactlr aa represented equal to orsatu ioUluoooUefcT eatetTluyouTerawan U You can exaraln H ttth IrtHA 1 f maiuilU 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t-- IHQM hii-- ii H lH kept thousands of modest women silent about their Buffering The In- Â¬ troduction of Wine of Cardul has now demon Â¬ strated that nine tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple puro such treatment tiona under this combinalli n cITit must be sci Many a mother grows old faded and through the office of the feeble long before her time because her bjyd and girls are not thoughtfully con- Â¬ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS siderate and helpful When they become old enough to be of service in a house- Â¬ Comfort hold mother has become so used to Safety doing all herself to taking upon her ahoulders nil the care she forgets to lay LouisviUo and off the burden little by little on thosn who aro so woll able to bear it It is partly her own fault to be sure but a fault committed out nf love and mis Fait Mull Line Between taken kindness for hor children This is for cash subscriptions only 125 g Only to and s cts each none higher 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Buffalo Baltimore ILL Beard the Signature of SP - -S- X-A-iO V tj aff 0f VV V M T P A UITC Prei t evav4e44 DOES WHEN EXPIRE YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS Otrenaboro K7 M mmmmmmmm jgf1 i tl UOIl jLifcL t2 vm m9mmTSSSSSSmmmSSSmwS tLm mTpniiTPaajga I iwpwwiww j i V 1 T iPWHjIWiESPMPMBWP JTWSfJF1 VW TONS OF i THE THINGS GRAVEL WELL SEE the Little Red Wagons Come to Town I Buried These Lusty Negroes Out When of Sight Out They Escaped With Out the other heavy weights In the city will U lo knock hall Columbia out ol the machinm They are all strong arm men and wil give astonishing feats ot strength The man In this picture in John riirion Whatthex will do to him on the circus grounds will be a plenty THESE WAR VESSELS WERE MAKING HISTORY AYEAR AGO TO DAY HARD1NSBURQ PANS Organize n Strong Base Ball Team at tho Capitol Tho Hardinsbnrg base ball club has been organized with the following play era Jeff Dillon Ed Dillon Chas D Hook Dally Beard Bernard Johnson Lewis Klncheloe James Smith Jos Ball They have good and Pinlip McGary grounds and are ready to take on any amaluerthat wishes a game If y u want to play ball address Amon M Kln chnloe Secretary ol Hardinsburg Uaso Ball Club Hardinsburg Ky 9 Slight Injuries What was a moat miraculous escape from death occurred Thursday at the Texas gravel pita below Haweaville Two negroes Milton Wave of Hen ol derson and Anderson Stephen Louisville were carelessly undermining a huge bank ol gravel Suddenly the mass fell In on them but they were quickly extricated by their comrades They sustained comparatively slight injuries although they were painfully Tney Mere bruised and sprained brought to this city and were attended to by Dr Simons Â¬ Olconm evetybody who ha a dime to spend will goto the side alio aud see the snak charmer Hes a thus honor Circus Day Will bo a lrrat one Por ed tnstllntlonand what hi does with the Hey Rubcl nerpenla would give the M ther Eve the shivers The little bojs and girls and the big once too are tagerlr awaiting the com ing ol the circus Friday May 5 is a day that is posted around town on bill beards dead waiK and in show wiudows in big red letter It ic in fact a red letter day a red lem Â¬ onade day Already the little boys and girls ae preparing to run away with the areas and if the old gentleman gets stuck on the beautiful circus ladies we will see a scene like the one in this picture HjJJKjHWrSfcrt YmXmmir I f fi mi ViSlSaf ezZrTttiSiryffyiMBlwFilLJiM SWAPPED IDEAS Continued from First Page THE PIRATE Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled the mother until she suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has rr trained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of WHITES Trie 25c A CREAM VERMIFUGE R Â¬ Fisher PAYS NATURES DI1BT Cal Basham Seccumbs After an Hours The old lady will Lave to make fran- Â¬ tic efforts to keep them at home The btyj in town and on the farm are saving their money to obtain admission to the big show They want to siu the elephant in all her glory The elephant in this show is a she elephant aud the has a baby Illness The Bewlevville neighborhood and practically the entire county was she eked at the sudden death of Cal Basham last Friday night The circumstances preceding his death were peculiarly saddening On Friday night a heavy hail storm passed in the neighborhood of Mr Rtshams home and when it was over ho went out into the yard and picked up some of the stones When he came in lie seated himself in a chair and complained of feeling cold Blankets were procured and wrapped about him After an hours illness he died He was buried early Sunday morning at the Willis Hardin cemetary He was one of the best kuown men in the Bewleyyillt section and the sad event has cast a gloom over the whole neighborhood DEATH OF AIRS TABELINQ A circus without a living skeleton a tatooed man and a snake charmer woul- Â¬ dnt be a circus The little boy and his sister are al ready playing circus and almost evety day you can see the little boy doing acrobatics on the limb of au apid i tree just like a real circus man Â¬ but has the reputation of being one of the very best farmers in tho Pennyrlle and certainly grows crops of wheal that are large enough to justify his being an authority on the subject Glover land is his favorite and ho begins to prepare his seed bed early breaking the land in July or August After considerable exerimentidg he has come to the conclusion that be gets bet- Â¬ tor results by using 100 pounds of ferti lizir to the acre If tho laud is cloddy or runs together he uses a disc harrow He runs a drag over tho surface and harrows it until it is perftctly mellow to a depth of three inches He thinks that breaking the land fiyo inches is deep He uses a rmnothing harrow enough with arabll sharp teeth when he har- Â¬ rows In splng although he has done the litter without success Aitjmm J liJjMh ijfea SUM 1 ff CRU15ER MINNEAPOLIS Sheep for Profit John R Wimp made a splendid talk He owns sixty ewes on this adject and has u ty odd Iambs aud believes lie makes more off of sheep for the money invested than on any other thing Sheep n quire lots of territory and a constant change of pasture Tho ewes should not be highly fed but with lambs it must be just the reverse The latter will learn to eat bran in four weeks and forty of them will eat a half bushel of meal and bran daily The Southdown lamb is tbe favorite for mutton They can be learned to eat by fatten- Â¬ ing them in a barn and by putting the bran in their mouthp They should be His Iambs fed right up to sell ug time to gained foriy pounds from My - I iii h it I likxi Ahhutit j i rwf 4ivA Of course us grown folks are tired of seeing circuses and we dont want to go When the little red wagons appear how ever we will recollect that the children will want to see the clown and the Shet- Â¬ land ponies and we will have to go with them to see that the little monkeys in the strong iron cage do not eat thorn up Â¬ Recalls a Tragic Accident Husband to The boys will feed the elephant with peanuts and they will treat themselves and tht ir best girls to soda pop striped Her candy toy balloons and the way they will make Iho daddy dollars tly June 1st lt Mrs Augustus Taheling a sister of Amiel and Alfred Oelze of this city died Sunday April 30th at her home near Tar Fork Her husband was killed fifteen years ago by being caught be tween a tree and a wagon heavily loaded with staves The hub of the vehicle Mrs practically cut him in two Tabeliug was compelled to raise a large family which she did by hard work and economy Â¬ HARDINSBURG Mrs Will Lennin is visiting at Steph- Â¬ ensport Richard Hays and family have moved I 11 here from Fordsville J II Lonnin has purchased John Hooks stock of confectionaries A new line of fresh assorted cakes just received at the Eclipse Grocery Circuit Court convenes next Monday The appearance docket is small Mrs Reed of Lousvilie is here visit Â¬ will make you think they are as rich as ing her mother Mrs G W Beard Vandergoulds Mrs Godfrey Haswell left Sunday for The weighing machine man will be on a two weeks visit at Stephensport the ground and Henry Stader Gene A X Kincheloe went to Spencer county last week to visit his father a tot ot two anu a nail busuel sacks for sale cheap at the Eclipse Grocery The Baptists held their ministers meet irg out at Bethel last Friday and Satur- Â¬ day The goods you buy from the Eclipse grocery are delivered free to any part of town Jesse Smith swung a seven pound bass out of Tuells creek one day last week Miss Ma gie JohnEon left last week for Bardstown where she will spend a few weeks The news of the suddon death of Cal Basham was a shock to his friends in Hardinsburg John Flood who lives out on the turnpike on the old Roberts farm re- Â¬ HayniS Jim Pace Frank Payne and turned from Louisville last Thursday Sheep eat a pasture closer than cattle and th y n quire good judgment in past- Â¬ uring Fleece at eighteen cents will pay for the keep t the ewe and the lamb at five cents pt r pound will be all profit Feeding Cattle For Profit 4 PkL lie where he had been to sell his tobacco The pric received was 1200 for the best and 730 and 3 10 for the other grades Mrs Bowmer who has been visiting her daughter in Virginia returned home last Thursday Frank Mercer who is with Robinson Norton Jc Co Louisville was at home last Saturday There will be a district Sunday school Convention held at West View Satur day May 27th Rev A H Davis left Monday for Lewisporl where he goes to assist in a protracted meeting We can sell you groceries 10 per cent cheaper than any other house in town Try us Eclipse Grocery Co Mr Winebrimer came down from Louisville last week and will be here for sometime handling tobacco Dr J T Baker repnrto that the infant child of Mr and Mrs Basham died last week of cerebro spinal meningetls Owen Cunningham and his son Mas ter James Owen were visitlnc last week over at his fathers old home on the river Miss Hattio Bigham is assisting Mrs Sutton this season in the millinery busi- Â¬ ness and they are putting out some yery stylish work B F Beard left last week for Old Point Comfort on a vacation of six weekB Hi was accompauied by his sen Percy M Beard It is reported that Meyer Davis will open up a big stock of goods at Harned in the store house formerly occupied by Charley Payne The murder trial which is set for hearing here next week in the Circuit Court will bring a hundred witnesses from Ohio county John P Haswell Jr left Monday fqr Louisville where he joined Gov Brad Â¬ ley and Btaff for Ohickamaugua He will return about Saturday gvr5Er jNCINNXfT S This surj ct waa ally handled by He is a young man Thomas Lyddan and is one that Breckeurldgo county should be proud of as he is one of the most successful cattle feeders in the DEWEY AND SCHLEY Patriotic John flusselman Names His Twins is a Irvington John Musselman patriotic every inch of him and claims that red white and blue blood runs riot through his veins On April 2Sth his fifty sixth birthday his wife presented him with twins a hoy and a girl whom he promptly named Dewey and Schley WILL 00 DRY Stcphcnsport Women Have Knocked Out the Saloon The ladies of Stephensport put on their war paint recently and went on the trail of John Barleycorn determined to have his scalp They got up a petition against the granting of saloon licenses in the city aud succeeded The town will go dry in September Cloverport is now the only place in the county where liquor can bo legally sold COLONEL HASWELL the Governor to Chlca magua Battlefield Col John I Haswell HardinBburg as one of Governor Bradleys stair acGoes With Â¬ companied the party on the special train Tuesday morning for Chicamaugua battlefield where Kentuckys monument to her Federal and Confederate dead is to be dedicated The monument will be unveiled by Miss Christine Bradley the governors daughter It is the only one of the kind in the country About -- jO citizens weut on the trip Took Water Commodore 0 T Skillmans beautiful naptha launch the Marguerite took water Saturday She was launched On Sunday morning without trouble Commodore Skillmau accompanied by Judge James bkillman aud Leon Mc Gavock boarded the Marguerite and set 1 hey off on a cruise to Brandenburg are expected home Wednesday FOR BLOOD POISON Contagious Blood Poison many victims of bo much loathsome disease You Can this to day if they had would allowed better Patchwork them off never selves to no dosed on morcury and potash the give for Cure Yourself at Home only remedies which the doctors ever blood poison The uoctors are rvnony unauio 10 gei nu oi this vile poison and only attempt to heal up tho outward appearance of the disease the sores and eruptions This they do by driving the poison into the system and endeavor to keep It shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury Tho mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out into sores and the fight is continued indefinitely tho drugs doing tho system more damage than the disease itself I had spent a Mr ILL Myers 100 Mulberry St Newark N J says hunureu uoiiara witti tho uoctors wnen i reauzea mai they could do me no good I had largo spots all over my bedy and those soon broko out into running sores and I endured all the suffering which this vilo disease pro- Â¬ duces I decided to try S 8 8 as a last resort and was soon greatly improved I followed closely your Direc tions for Self Treatment and the large splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long disappeared entirely I was soon cured perfectly and my skin has been as clear as glau ever since I cured my Â¬ self at home after tho doctors had failed completely It Is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors to cure ContaclouB Blood Poison for tho disease Is be yond their skill Swifts Specific Â¬ Â¬ doubt There is not Beware at the Doctors1 doctors do morethe slightest good in that the treating harm than h Birthday Party The little Miss Mattinglys Bertha and Anna May tendered their friends a birthday parly Saturday The feature waa a peanut hunt Margaret Moorman won first prize a bisque figure and Maty Joiner got the booby priz a little nig ger in a peanut shell A Sad Mission Joe Harpole machinest at the shop Â¬ by telegram Tuesday morning to his home at Bowling Green on account of his father whose life is despaired of waa summoned Will Locate Here Dr U F Rafferty New Albany Ind will locate in this city and will practice medicine with his brother Dr 1 T Rafferty Services at Victoria Father Brey of this city will say mass at Victoria next Thursday A full at tendance is desired disease while other remedies only shut the poison In where It lurke forever constantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treatment places a aura within the reach of all We give all necessary medical ad- Â¬ vice free of charge and save the patient the embarrattmant of publicity Write for full information to Swift Specific Co Atlanta Qa Â¬ ar entirely different way from potash and mercury It foroei the poison out of the system and gti rid of it entirely Hence it cures tho acts In S S S FOR THE BLOOD If you want a few fresh vegetable for court we can furnish them We also carry a big line of canued goods Eclipse Grocery Co Ohatley Cashman writes back to his friends here that he is much pleased with the city if Denver and that he has already had a position offered him Master Hobart SheLman the two year old sou of jailer Uua Shullman is the only namesake of the Republican vice president in the city Hobart is a sprightly chap aud like rll other young Americans the way is open to him to achieve distinction Dr T D Uenfrow Oloverporta new dentist who is a graduate of the Phi I a drlphia college of deutletrv will be at Hardinsburg during ecu t week Ills work haa been highly complimented by his patrons in this cily and he will un- Â¬ doubtedly do well at the county capitol Next week there will be several pro Â¬ minent lawyer here Two gentlemen who take a front rankiu the profession and who will be here are Col Bennett Long Lick church last Sunday He had Ho said he commenced last season H Young of Louisville and Capt Bill beon sick for several months with cancer with high grade cattle He opened his Ellis of Owensboro Mr Young comes of the atomach silo in October and fed the animals with to practice au important civil suit and Mrs Grinnell I wish to thank you for bran ensilage cut fodder corn nubbins Mr Ellis has been engaged in a big your words of approval in regard to With this class of feed several of his murder cose Easter Lilies and for your kind en- steers gained from 150 to 105 pounds in S A Pate supervisor of roads is bay Â¬ couragement to me 57 dayd He then began to feed cotton ing a big lot of work done on the hill on Jimmie Mattingly who accidentally seed meal giving the animals with their Stephensport road just out of town shot himself last Monday Is getting other feed about 2 pounds daily and on They are mettling the road and making along exceedingly well being now able December 20th increased it to five a good permanent job of it The funds to move himself about and sit up some pounds and fed this ration until Feb- Â¬ to pay for the work will come out of the He succeeded in adding 320 Miss Lena Mattingly is still buffering ruary Mr Pate with Hardinsburg tax district her side The doctors say a part of pounds on an average to each animal thinks he will make a satisfactory job the rib that was broken will have to be He believes esnilage to be a fine cattle feed aud can carry twice as many ani Â¬ out of it wheu it is completed amputated beforo a cure can be accommals with it as he could without it He Miss Ellen Drane the daughter of plished says the nutrient value of cotton seed Henry 0 Drane Constantlne was Dr R II Mi Mullin and wife have meal is about twice as great as corn brought here last week and tried fol been renovating and beautifying their Values of Certain Foods lunacy She was taken to Auchoruge picturesque little home with new paper- Â¬ The Kentucky Jockey Club poster by Sheriff Burton Miss Drane has boen ing and carpets which makes it look was never put to a better use than at in tho asylum once before and came very fresh and Spring like that meeting Dr P W Foote used it home but her mind soon became un Â¬ for tho purpose of printing a table des- Â¬ Uiltuitto Your IIMvel Wli Ctmcarntii balanced again aud Bhe had to be re- Â¬ Candy Cathartic cure constipation twenty two years 10c25c It C CCfall druBKlstsrelund forovor cribing the nntrient and roanurial value turned She is about money of certain food products and with his of age permission we will give it in detail next Mrs Robert Board who has now been BIG SPRING week residing in Texas for about ten years lias Miss Lillie Clarkson has returned four bright children and she expects Other Talks soon to bring them here and visit her home Mr Cunningham of Concordiaa well Born to the wife of Will Nail the 27th old lriends Her husband owns several known fruit grower and distiller talked hundred acres of the finest land in a son on apple culture Ho favored Ben H Meyer and John Meador Jr went southern Texas having opened it several Davis though he has been successful years ago She writes that Bhe may to Louisville Sunday Pruning trees Dr Strother aud H Meyer wore in with Rome beauties bring her whole family Mrs Board when young on thin lane had a tend Â¬ Brandenburg last Thursday was Miss Ellen Foote who spent the Mr and Mrs Harry Miller visited rel- Â¬ ency to retard the growth of trees and is most of her girlhood in Hardinsburg He fertilizes his trees and unwise atives at Cecilia Saturday and Sunday sprays them Ilia solution for spraying Dr Strother and sister spent Sunday is 0 pounds of sulphur 4 pounds of lima YELLOW LAKE with Misses Edith and Sadie Haulbert and one ounce of Paris green to 45 or 60 gallons of water near Blue Ball Dr Hart built a new fence around his Ed Goodnight of the BitKCKKNiUDau Guy Meador made a Hying trip to Lou Â¬ News spoke on the relation of the news Â¬ yard last week isville last Thursday to purchase mater paper man to tbe farmer and tendered The boys have again resumed ttreir ial for his shop the use of the News columns to tho games of base ball W A Stith candidate for Legislature farming interests of the county Miss Mary Haffey is quite sick It is In Meade county carried this precinct Will Meet at Cloverport by two majority thought she is taking the measles Bofore the close of the meeting it waa Gabe Meador baa teturned home from Miss Julia Rhodes was on the sick list announced that the the next institute Budalo school and has accepted a posi- will last week Also Miss Martha Cannon be ield at Cloverport sometime in W T Cannon sold a lot of timber last tion with II Mi yer August Mr and Mrs Dock Springato of Cusweek to Spurrier Wilson for 2000 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Bill Storms still remains very poorly ter were the gmst of her parents Mr and Mrs Kate Martin Wednesday with la grippe bordering on pneumonia Miss Molliu Gough is greeting her John Hicks who is attending school friends at Sulzers Mrs T Woosloy has so far recovered Miss Pearl Perrig went to Louisville her health as to again resume her teach Â¬ at Buffallo came down Thursday and remained until the primary Saturday this morning to spend a few days with ing Joseph Medley of Louisville 1b here her friend Miss Minnie Baldes Miss Miunie Rhodes entertained sev Â¬ Miss Maggie Carter and Richard eral of her fiiends from MuDaniels last circulating among his friends in the in- Â¬ terest of the Champion Binder Machine Wimp Irvington were guests of Mlsa Sunday Alice Mattingly Sunday Uncle Fraukio Rhodes is very much company Charlie Moorman left for Ellsabeth Hes a Happy Daddy indisposed this week with his old com Â¬ towu Saturd y where he will read law plaints Emmott Gregory is the happiest man Miss Rosa Haffey is teaching a very with ono ol Elizibethtowns most nrom- - inytbe city cause why A Ijeuutlful eight and a half pound boy brightins interesting schoql hi the Sand Knob inent lawyers Messrs Jtss Harroll of Cecilia and Ms home It came Saturday night and vicinity Haro Jenkins of Glendale were here is named Alfred Byron Gregory We are sorry to learn of the serious illness of Mrs Bob Rhodes of Kirk Sunday the guests of Miss Daisy Meador Celebrated Dewey Day and Miss Ruby Miller Hope her recovery may be soon May 1st Dewev Dav wan nnnrnnrlntn Miss Hortense Miller who is teaching ly observed In this city Old Glory Mils Muggle Rhodes of Irvington la school in Howes Valley came home Bat spending several days with the family of urday and spent Sunday iwas flung to tho brenwj from tile fltg She had wlttf xrfarTnf fi1 i Mr Olid Mattlngy 7- d otutoMiiu iiuuereu pruuui her as her guest Miss Iya Woolrlght lyall day long Rev Wm Gabe came out from Hard Misses Bottle Olarltson and injburg last Monday to ludminiater the Woolfolk of Brandenburg Annie Lou1 a w i ivrB5isr caineout Last Sacrament to Jimmie Mattingly at omuruay anu remained over Sunday The Mattingly Photograph galleiy will St Anthonys with their grandparents MraodMW Ae at VVebater May 4th and will stay 10 Old Mr Frank Oiark was burled at A W Clarkson dayaqajy W J MHin8y proprietor Â¬ Â¬ country iii jii y A y n