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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jijUiliHlidKaBiJUBlfQIki MMnnnnnwfippfFimMii - j - - Wfev - V t 1 SC THE BRECKENRIDGENEW ALL THE VOL NRS THATS KIT TO PRINT 10 1899 XXIII AR1S BROKEN Five Year Old Child of Wm Peters Is Dadly Hurt Dolly Peters the r year old child of Mr and Mrs Win Peterswallo playing on a fence last Wednesday evening missed her footing and fell The little ones arms were broken by tho tall and she sustained other injuries moro or less CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY NO 43 PLENTY OF SUCKERS Went up Against the Real Thing at the Circus ALACK AND ALAS ALECK DESTROYED BY FIRE James Durhams Home Burned to the Qround Grafters Clean up 400 Good Dollars In This City severe Barnnm that said A suckor is born every minute and be seems to have been right The shell game is a confidence racket that is hoary with antiquity It has been worked so long and on eo many victims that every man who has reached his twenty fifth year should bo an im Â¬ Tho home of James1 Durham one of tho largest tobacco planters in the The King of Colored Dudes Has county was burned to the ground last Monday night The origin of the fire is Fortunes For Sale at Bargain Flown the Coop a mysteiy There was no insurance on Day Prices the building and nothing was sayed Has Left an The loss will amount to over a thousand General Aleck Robinson The Fair Sex Patronize a Female Aching Void In Clover dollars FUTURE REVEALED T Absojluieiv pure xyrAt runma powotit eo RWWMEB Makes the food more delicious and wholesome tw took Dealer In flystcry It was A Frightful Blander Will often cnuso a horrible Burn Scald Out or Brulso Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in tho world will kill the pain and prom otly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25 cents abox- - Cure guar- Â¬ anteed Sold by 8hort fc Haynes Drug eists mune Shell game workers and swindleis fol Â¬ low in the wake of every wtll regulated family circus The fact that they are vehemently denounced in the big post- Â¬ ers does not make any difference to them They are slick artists and havo a faculty of hypuotlznj suckors and police- Â¬ men A policeman cannot find a circus grafter any more than he could find a needle in a hay stack All circus people look alike to him Well the shell game man invaded the city and according to report he di- Â¬ vorced several of our countty cousins out of Bums ranging from 5 to 80 One man who had lost 75 pulled his last dollar from his pocket and looking hard at it said I am going to bot my last cent and quit Tho circus man looked at him with pitying ye and remarked 8onnv bettor put that back in your pocket 1 bate to rob a man of his last A CLEAN CIRCUS The Nickel Plate Show Put Up a Good Performance One of the Best Amusement Enter prises In the Country cent Aleck Laslie thecolored philosopher was not too wise to go against the game Aleck had an old brass watch worth 10 cents that Bert Beavln had given him Every time Aleck has been e fillet ed with a thirst he has tried to put up the watch for a drink Ho saw the shell man at work and tl ought he could beat the game He had no money but a bright idea popped into his head He went behind the circus tent and polished the brass watch case until it ehined like gold He then went to the shell man and bet the watch case against 5 The shell man won but as the watch case was worthless Aeck was sat Â¬ isfied He said r Oat was a case of do old sly fox ketch in de ole sly fox I worked my shell Ijame on the shell game mau It is said that the con men cleaned up about 400 in Cloverport and a large share of it was from Hancock county men who followed the circus from Haw esville TOBACCO ROLLING IN Friday May 5th was mado memorable by reason of the fact that on tint day Harris Great Nickel Plate Circus gave two performances in this city Harris circus is the best of the small- Â¬ er aggregations on the road It approaches the ideal of the old fashioned one ring show and yet it 1b modern in every feature There is not a turn but that is and the equestrians e questeriennes acrobats equilibrists cldwns trapeze performers and contortionists are artists in every sense of the word The Harris show gives a cleaner and better performance for the money than any of the big Bhows it is a big show in the sense that the attractions are com prehensive numerous and highly en Â¬ General Aleck Robinson tho king of colored dudes has quit Cloverport for Oloverports good Aleck succeeded in building up the reputation of boing a gay Lothario His fondness for the wives of his colored neighbors was the cause of his down- Â¬ fall and his departure Henry Fisher did not like the atten Â¬ tions Koblnson was paying to his wife and he tried to puncturo Alecks tiro with a jack knife He succeeded in in ucting two bad wounds in Alecks neck and for this both wore to appear in court before Judge Skillman last Thursday Henry was on hand but Aleck had departed between two suns and his present whereabouts is a deep dyed mystery The funeral processions ths church entertainments the G A R parades the cake walks and strawberry festibles that will be held by members of his race in the future will bo devoid of pleasure for Aleck clad like Solomon in all his glory will not be there Aleck in the hey day of his social supremacy was as resplendent as a summer rainbow He could dike him- Â¬ self out so as to eclipse the gorgeousness of a circus pageant He could carry more yards of yellow sash more pounds of red cockades and moro feet of gold braid than any other coon in town He has left an aching void in colored social circles and there is nobody to take his place and fill a felt want Henry Fisher was discharged by the court That Throbbing Headache Clovprport has more than her sharo of women who hehoe in fortune tellers sooth my rs and astrologers Near Gregorys wharf on tho river cau be seen a j eculiar looking house boat It drifted down the river from No One Knows Whero and its destination 1b Heaven Know Tho house boat has an nir 0 mysteiy and so has its outupanle for they are drillers in tho occult and are interpreters of the unknown the mystic and the witrd The woman in tho boat does not look liko a corceress She is hard featured and shrewd and between me and ou Yelled the Naughty Wicked and the gate post she knows more about feminine human nature than she does about the future Circus Alan Tho woman is a fortune teller and she sells ready made fortunes to those who And the Cry Cost Aunt Eliza Flvo are credulous enough to cross her palm Dollars with gold or silver Her victims are found principally Eliza Fisher is a jolly old colorod among the fair sex A womans curios- Â¬ aunty who thought she could collar the ity will lead her anywhere oven to a dingy house boat on the river nimble nickel on circus day The majority of the women are mar Â¬ With an eye to the main chance she set up a table near the side show tent ried but some of them are siugle and loaded it down with tho swootest The fortunes good or bad are guaged hoe cake the nicest ham bone the according to the amount of silver that crispest brownest fried chicken and tho crosses the fortuuo tellers palm most delicious cutard pies imagniable Aunt Eliza is a famous cook and the good things she had prepared attracted the hungry people to her table as sugar attracts flies Her sales that day were fine and as the afternoon performance was closing she looked complacently upon a fat pocket book The fat pocket book was mado plethor- Â¬ ic with nickels and dimes that repre sented many satisfied appetites It con- Â¬ tained five dollars in all and Aunt Eliza Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches Thoy mako pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 els Money back if not curod Haynes Sold by Short Druggists sea beach and an umbrella big enough for two Apollo at tho seashore out of sight of violating them and they are threatening tho maddening crowd should give 50 to join the women in the work and provldo herself with a ticket to the NOBODY WANTS IT Democratic Legislative Nomina- Â¬ tion Has No Seekers There Is a Clear Field For Any pective Candidate ProsÂ¬ THE LION IS LOOSE ADDITIONAL LOCAL tertaining There are no evidences of cheapness about the circus The horses are the best and look well fed while the costumes of the actors are costly It has the appearance of being a pros- Â¬ perous show and well it should be for all its perfoMuancTO grvo entire satis Â¬ faction to its patrons and it leaves a good reputation behind it When the show next comes to Cloverport it will be assured of a large audience Fine Milinery at Miss Judith Millers Rev T V Joiner arrived home Tues day DECORATION MEETING Fittingly Observed at Tar Fork Farmers Are Delivering a Quantity of Day Will Be The Weed The farmers of this and Hancock counties are taking advantage of tho fine tobacco season and are delivering tboir tobacco to the local factories Monday and Tuesday were two of the biggest days in the year for the handlers It is estimated that over a hundred loads have been brought into town in tho last two days and that the receipts are unusually heavy Two Funerals Will Be Preached by a Lexington Minister v iv The members of the Tar Fork church will observe the fourth Sunday in tho month as Decoration Day The services will be appropriate to the occasion and the graves cf the dead will be decorated Purchased Road Machines The funerals of Mrs James Day and The good road movement has extended her daughter will be preached at 2 into Hancock county and the Fiscal oclock p m by Rev O J Young of Court has purchased four road scrapers Lexington Ky All friends are invited to bring basket with other road working appliances dinners and flowers and assist in the Damaged harms services The heavy rains of Sunday night had LYNCH QORDON the effect of washing considerable soil from farme Sections where ground had been newly plowed suffered the most Pretty Wedding Ceremony Takes Place at Patesvllle Forrest Gordon and Miss Minnie Lynch one of Patesvilles most popular young couples wore united in marriage last Wednesday evening Wise people are also rich The ceremony took place at 8 oclock when they know a perfect at the Methodist church The remedy for all annoying disÂ¬ don aattendants were Miss Agn s Gor- Â¬ sister of the groom and Fred the blood kidneys eases Montague of Owensboro The bride was beautifully arrayed in is liver and Bowels white organdy with exquisite trimmings Hoods Sarsaparilla which and the groom was attired in tho con- Â¬ is perfect in its action ventional suit of black As the bridal marched to so regulates the entire sys couple was solemnlythe alter the weddingÂ¬ march and beautifully ren tern as to bring vigorous dered by Miss Ada Frymire a most ac health never disappoints complished musician After the wedding ceremony tho bridal Goitre M For 42 years I had goitre or Dwellings on my neck which was dis-Â¬ couple wore attended to the home of the couraging and troublesome Rheumatism brides parents by a number of invited IToods Sarsaparilla guests alto annoyed me Refreshments were served and cured me completely and the swelling has a m6st delightful evening was spent by entirely dlsappeard A lady In MIcnIgan saw my previous testimonial and used all Hoods and was entirely cured ot tho same Those present from a distance were trouble She thanked me for recommend Â¬ ing It Mas Abju Sutiicblamd 108 Loral Mr and Mrs George Barnett Rockport Street Kalamazoo Mich Ind Mr and Mrs George Folk Tjblps for Poorpains HKhHHad poor healthhips port Ind j Mr and Mrs M V Marlowe years in shoulders back and with constant hradacbe nervousness and Cloverport Walter Gllmore and sister Used Hoods Sarsaparilla no appetite Knottsvillo Arthur Smith of Foru gained strength aqd can work hard all day eat heartily and sjep well I took1 It be Â¬ vllle Mas cause It helped my husband The happy couple left Friday for jpuiABXTir J Oirrsxs Moose Lake Minn Knottsville where they will make their X would give MtM K a bottle lor ijoous Barsapariiia u 1 future home coald not get It for less It Is the best The Naws with a legion of irlouda iDrlnir medicine It makes the weak strong wish for them along and blissful life A Jaoxow Doagltttown N V ALMSt Better Be Wise Than Rich l N of It It It WKtrpts J0 ts-- SaUapauuq Ufttlll mo M o UrtteWsj eeeWrts It FHtoiirsMtwIim For Whooping Cough Asthnm Bron Â¬ chitis or Consumption no medicine equals BALLARDS HUREIIOUND BYRUP Price 25 add McU A R nwmN Flhw was beaming benignantly upon a group of pickaninnies and the lit-tworld at large Prof Downey the lion tamer was going through the act of Â¬ bearding the lions in their den in the big show A big crowd had coll cted on the outside of the tent in the vicinity of the lions cage and were intensely in Â¬ terested in the ferocious growling and will prospect for a location roaring of the gigantic black maned Wanted Girl for general house work Wages 3 00 per week man eating Numidian hou white preferred Suddenly some wicked circus attache Mits H V Habius Cloverport Ky yelled James Masterson the king of horse The lion is loose I traders and his brother Benjiman were Tho crowd heard the roaring of the visitors to the Louisville races last week lion it also heard a succession of pistol W T Smith a prominent farmer from shots the Pellvilla neighborhood was deliver Â¬ The crowd got scared andpanic strick- Â¬ ing bis crop of tobacco to H V Duncan en it rushed down the narrow street yesterday Aunt Eliza heard the cry the pistol When Weak Weary and Wasted Miss Effie Swaggot one of most faith shots and saw the crowd run She did from Kidney Disease why not try Fr fnl and efficient employes of the News not want to furnish a meal for the man lf ys Kidney Cure a guaranteed mediis about to go to Owensboro where she eatiug lion and with the speed of a 15 cine A R Fisher Cloverport A will make her future home Effio is a threshing machine and with as much Witt Hardinshnrg girl blessed with a sweet disposition and pulling and blowing she joined tho the faculty of making friends May hbr crowd in its mad fight lines always be cost in pleasant places In her excitement she grabbed up two custard pies and a ham bone but forgot her pocket bock with the five dollars Soon the crowd found that the royal man eating black maned Numidian lton had not got loose and it returned to the show grounds Are Going to Take a Fall Out of Aunt Elza also came back but when she got there her table was bare and John Barleycorn A Tender Babe Roasted In the money and pocket book gone Somo bad show man had stolen it Flames A single girl who wants a handsome She was grief stricken and in future devoted lover who would fill his part They flay Fight the Saloon Hen to a Finish In Play It Rolled Into the Open Fire when she goes to the circus to sell good like the play actors on tho stage should things to oat she will carry a loaded give a fee of 75 Place The ladies of Cloverport are thinking shot gun to kill tho circus man who very seriouelv of starting a temperance yells The lion Is loose On Monday the nine months old child crusade of Mr and Mrs Charles Isom of Pates- Â¬ The success of tho women ofStophonr for Fifty Cents vllle met with a horrible death Guaranteed tobacco bablt cure malies weak port in ridding the town of saloons have Wo II All druwists While the parents were busy they menstroaz blood Dure made them hopeful of accomplishing the allowed the little one to roll about on same result Soldiers Pass Through the floor of the living room and amuse It is nn open secret that the ladies are Company B of the 101st Regiment Ill Itself as host it could preparing to organize a temperauco league f Ittm will AJmys A fire was burning in the flro place Indiana Volunteers passed through the and it may not be many weeks before it and the babe approaching too near city last Thursday en route to their is a reality rolled into the flames and was burned to home at Mt Vernon Ind The soldiers One of tte most prominent women in death before assistance could bo render-Â¬ occupied two coaches Lieutenant Percy town said that the Sunday closing law Welch of the command came down ed was openly and fitgrantly violated every Â¬ This is the second tragedy of the char from Louisville Wednesday night to yis Sabbath In this city acter that has happened in the Pates it his aunts Mrs Sarah Gough and Sho said as it was inposslble to pot villa neighborhood slnco tho first of tho Mrs Mattie Powers Tho regiment did the grand jury or the courts to act in proyo duty while at Havana month tho matter that it had become incum I I rjmwWHwi Tel Last week ibe Infant child of Mr and bent upon women to try their hand BLOOD CURE SENT FREE Mrs Hefley Sellinto a cauldron of hot Tho womeu in tho town fei 1 that it is Boap grease and was boiled to death disgraceful for Cloverport to be the only Â¬ A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ecze place in tho county where liquor is legal ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison ly sold aud they want to put a etop to it SHORT CROP Cancer Eto If the ladles put their plans into ex If you hare tried ssrsaiurlllas patent medi A maiden who wants a charm that ecullon they w 11 have a hot fight on cines and doctored and still have old pertinent The Loss In Wheat Has Been Very sores pimples distressing eruption ol he ikin Extensive arms or legs Itching sensation Irritating akin will enable her to sen her future husband their bands as many men in the city are troubles ecsema scrofula ulcers contagious blood in a mirror should pay tho fortune teller of the opinion if Cloverport goes dry A careful inquiry among the farmers Eoison layer sores mercurial rneumatiun calarrn 50 it will affect business lact covered with little sores cancer or any from all sections of the county reveals blood taint then give 11 B B atrial becauso If A number of men who have been can Â¬ II B Uptanlc Wood Halm Is made for Just such tho fact that the wheat crop as compared cm and It cores to stay cured those stubborn vassing the eentlment of Oloverports with last year will be from 25 to 50 per blood diseases that other milder u edkinta tail aven citizens regarding tho saloons say If the cent short The intense cold and the nf bad diseased blood la the body and II 11 II womon are succetsful it will be the sa Â¬ t forces all the or or late freezes damaged the crop to a great cures because out of the body poison andimpuritysys blood humors bones entire loon keepers own fault I tem Tp remove all doubt of its power to cure we extent They say that the Sunday law has nevoffer to send vo any sufferer a sample bottle of ll II Wheat in the county however will U absolutely free B II B Is an old well trltd er before been ho flagrantly violated and remedy hence yre stay cured grade very high and will bo bolter in for the people curedknowBthat It cures inago are well B II years by never before was there so much liquor to day aud free from all blood Impurities quality than it has been for years sold to minors Then too they depro Canoer Bleeding Eating Sores elate the operation of musical Instru Â¬ Cancer oi Nosej lip fare ear or neck eitsrptl or Internal cancer bleeding eating sorotara all Lung Irritation ments or the playing of string bands In cured by B B U the meet powerful blood purl the saloons is the foreruuner to consumption Dr ftsr made All druggist sell II O a at 1 per for bottle The good peoph of tho town aro oom X- will cuio It aqd large bottle IIWrite wUI rial sent by and a sample Bells JlM 11 eervBMMveai be of B mall botte return glys strength to the lungs that a cough all charges prepaid Address BLOOD BALM to flee from the plaining of the lax enforcement of the The lady who wints COH jtj illtcheil 8t Atlanta Oa Describe your or cold will not settle thore Twenty medical advice will be carklug carea of ber home and enjoy a laws and alio the feaiUs manner in T1mptoms and free persons Ivan five centa at all good druggists blissful time tete-a-tewith some which certain oi the saloon men are -e Â¬ Jousha Weatherford and children Jar Fork were in town Tuesday Joseph Mullen and wife Mattingly were in the city Monday shopping Mrs Ed Kissatn and her beautiful boy have returned from Brooklyn Be sure and consult Miss Judith Miller before you buy your spring milinery Robert Pierce departed Tuesday for Colorado Springs Colorado where he was happy While she above scoured without finding a Democratic forgot to he liberal witli the fortune patriot who is willing to sacrifice himself teller and she has tangled the threads of upon the altar of his country by becom- Â¬ fate so that the two would quarrel ing a legislator Lot the office approach a likely look- Â¬ ing subject and the subject as he retires to some stcluded spot exclaims Nay I Nay Pauline Once it was thought that the nomina- Â¬ tion had hooked its fish It was mentioned that Brother Dave Moorman of Glendeane was in the hands of his friends When a man is in the hands of his friends as a rule ho has it bad Mr Moorman however proved an exception to the rule The sting of the political bee did not phaso him and his candidacy did not get be Â¬ yond the mentioned stage Mike Blaine of Stephensport was the next victim that the office sought Mike illrUd with it a while hummed and hawed and finally gave it the cruel shake Ills health would not permit Tliis Is the kind of a fortune a married It is a my tury why thero are no candi Â¬ woman buys for 50 cents Her husband dates goes on a tear If vou are joined in the The Democrats aro in splendid shapo holy bonds of wedlock and want to keep in this county this year aud witli a good the family peace be liberal with the man stand a splendid chance to win woman in the boat Is keeping store and planting corn As yet the men have shown any desire more profitable than fighting corpora- Â¬ A mother who wants her baby to be a to peer into the mysteries of the future tions in the legislature Mebbe so baby king with a throne and a crown If they have they have gone alter dark should give the fortune teller 100 in ami nobody but the moon the watch gold dugs and the fortune tellr are the wiser Meantime the woman in the boat is reaping a fortune and if sho is a student of Shakenpnare no doubt she often says What fooli these mortals be The office is having a terrible time hunting tho man in Breckenridge county The nomination for Representative subject to the action of the Democratic parly is going a begning The conditions that obtain among the Democratic office seekers in this county are certainly peculiar From Fawcetts gut to Dog Walk from the majestic The girl who has a falling out with Ohio to Piucheco the county can bo her Sunday beau as illustrated A BIG CONTRACT Cornwall Quarry Gets a Million Dollar Job It will Give Employment to Hundreds of Laborers at this point The firm of Cornwall Williard has secured a contiuct for furnishing the city of Cincinnati with a stone to be used lit the masonry work of her new water Â¬ works reservoir The amount involved in the contract is 1080000 This means that a Bmall army of men will be employed in the big quarries owned by the company be- Â¬ low town Hundreds of thousands of dollars will bo paid out in wages most of which will bo spent in Cloverport The scone nt the quarries of this com- Â¬ pany just now is a very busy one About fifty men aro at work taking out stone for a big bridge to be erected at Peoria 111 This contract will furnish work for 100 men for four mouths Steam nngineB and drills are at work constant- Â¬ ly and a largo amount of work is being accomplished Tiie demand for men is so great that all the idle negroB about town aro being lurnished empjovment and this alone is a great blessing to Cloverport DIED IN CLOVERPORT WOMEN AGONY 1 Ml -- Bean the Signature Of OASTOniA Id j Kind You Hata Always Bough Â¬ Carey Applegates Mission Ca y Applegate whose fntne as a con Bultlntr architect is world wide camo up Â¬ from Oweneboro Monday to assist It N Hudson in the construction of the lattera houso The Nkws reporter Interviewed Mr Applfgato on the leading questions ot the day and be damns tne Sultan of Turkey as cheei fully as anybody Back to Chicago David Standi Td who has been thi guest of her mother Mrs J O Wllkerson has returned to her home at Chicago Mrs StanclifTe hat been sufÂ¬ fering with muscular rheumatism and was accompanied on the journey by her husband aud by her sister Mrs Etta Evans Mrs Â¬ Â¬ 1 Pine-Tar-Hon- ey jxm 4eavave4eeeeeee WHEN DOES YOUR SUB- - te 8CRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE T1 yfw yprrmrTr SH - tc itss m mmmmmmmmn V JEFF JOLLYS S PHILOSOPHY May 2 1899 Editor Nkwb I have been Informed that thoro is a certain man that Rets very rabid nt iny stylo or manner of writing He Bays that I am upbraiding some one ho knowa probably himself Now l will tell yon who ho reminds mo of Ho reminds me of a man that went to meeting with his wife and when ho wouldnt speak to her She thought it was very queer but Bald nothing and went to bed thinking that in the morning ho would be nil rltrht At breakfast howover ho would not speak n word Sho thought this atrango but she was sure ho woutd have got all over what ever was wrorg with him by dinner The dinner hour arriv- Â¬ ed and it passed away without his say ing a word At supper not a word escaped him and he would not go with her to the meeting Every day for a whole week the thine wont on But at the end of the week he could not stand it any longer and he said to his wife Why did you go and write to that preacher and tell him all about me for I never wroto to that preacher in my life said tlm wife You did he answered Youre mistaken why do vou think that 7 asked hie wife Well then I wronged you but when I Baw the preacher picking me out among all those people and telling all about me I was sure you must have written to him but guess it was the son of man seek for me Now I will just say this ho that values himself upon conscience and not opin- Â¬ When ill ion never heeds reproaches spoken of take it thus if you have not deserved it you are none the worse if you have then mend Flee home to your conscience and examine your own heart If you are guilty it is a just cor- Â¬ rection if not guilty it is a fair instruc- Â¬ What a tion Make use of both wretched and apostate state is this to be offended and to hate a man because we reprove him lie that is under the dominion of envy cannot see ueifectione He is so blinded that he is always de Â¬ grading or misrepresenting things which are excellent Among the deadly things upon the earth or in the oea or Hying through malarial regions few are more noxious than jealousy I imagine to the jealous eye white looks blackyellow looks green and tho sunshine turns a lurid hue There is no innocence no justice no generosity that is not touched with sus- Â¬ picions eaye just the jealous persons own Once lodged within the heart for life it rules ascendant and alone it sports in solitude it pants for blood and rivers will not satisfy its thirst Minds strongest in worth and valor stoop to meanness and disgrace before it The envious man is tormented not only by all the ills that befall himself but by all the good that happens to another whereas he is made gloomy not only by his own cloud of sorrow but by the sun- Â¬ shine around the heart of another Envy is the slime of the soula venom a poison or quicksiver It is composed of odious ingredients in which are found 1 meanness vice and mallco in about equal proportions It wishes tho force of goodness to be strained and that the It moasnro of iinpplnitn bo abated loves darkness rather than light because Its deeds are evil Did jealousy always make its appear Â¬ ance in its ordinary form of detraction it speaking would bo comparatively harmless but it is surprising how many different masks it can assume and how It lurks and tries to conceal Itself under some lees mean and uc lovable quality Sometimes it appears in tie character of injustice sometimes it takes the form occa of rudeness and want of courtesy sionly a bitter or sarcastic way of speak Â¬ ing It is said that jealously is love but I cant believe that it la true for though jealoucy may be procured by loye as ashea are by Are yet jealouty extinguish Â¬ es love as ashes smother tho flame Jealousy may exist without love and this is common for jealousy can feed on that which is bitter no less than on that which is sweet and is sustained by pride as often as by affection Now that is my idea about it A few well defined facts and ideas are worth a whole library of uncertain knowledge This yaat world moves along lines of thought and senti- Â¬ ment and principles and tho press gives to these wings to fly and tongues to speak but it ts important above every Â¬ thing else that ne be right and do right A good character therefore should be carefully maintained for the sake of others if possible as much so as for our- Â¬ selves It is a coat of triph steel aiving security to tho wearer and shining with the steedy radiance of a star v - - V C X9jw9XiHXfM I X l AiIS AUUUI SOY BEANS X I When winter coniqs the vital forces 6 nature are low and the tree stands like a A comparatively now and promising lnKiimlnoiin crop In thn any bran Ihe plant has been successfully grown Id diff erent parte of Indiana and at several points farther north In tho United Stales It thrives in good corn soil and will Rrow wherever corn can be busccbs monument to the dead sum- Â¬ mer In the winter of life active men experience a similar lower ring of vital- Â¬ ity In some solitary S THE HItiH RESOLVE 1 HIGHEST GENTS H the effect la rC--M- A LX In They loose tliclr grip fully produced Boing a quick maturing annual it will prove especially helpful to those who cannot grow clover A crop of soybeans can bo produced anywhere in the Stato between the spring and autumn frosu The jjoy beans may bo grown forjpasture green forasre soiling for hay or ensil Â¬ to 12 age or for seed It will yield tons of ureen fodder 1 J to 2 J tons of hay and 10 to 40 bushels cf seed accord- Â¬ ing to variety condition of soil etc The soil may bo prepared as for corn If impoverished by previous cropping the soil should bo well supplied with llmo potash and phosphoric acid Ni- Â¬ trogen manures have also proved bonl ileal The seed may be sown broadcast with the wheat drill in rows 10 to 24 in ches apatt or with the corn drill to be cultivated as corn The earlier varieties of soy beans may follow a crop of rye or barley or be sown in tho standiug corn at the time of of its last cultivation if If sown in the weather is seasonable corn but in two rows of soy beans be Â¬ tween each two rows of corn Sow about two pecks to the acre in rows like corn and cultivate if the seed is desired For pasture soiling or hay bow four or five pecks to the acre Soy bean hay compares favorably with clover hay in chemical composition Tho seed is very rich in protein aud can therefore be fed advantageously with corn The seed should be grounded be- Â¬ fore feeding The seed is readily eaten Live stock as a rule do not relish the stems and leaves at first but soon take kindly to this forage Soy beans and sorghum supplement each other as Boiling crops Corn and soy beans together are eaid to make good ensilage Begin cutting at tho time of early bloom for soiling Cut for hay when in full bloom and assoon as the pods have formed for ensilage Seedsmen oiler soy bean seed at 250 and 5 per bushel This makes the cost far too great to justify growing soy beans as a general crop Farmers are advised to try bow beans in a small nay as a special crop and then giow their own seed if the crops gives promise of being valuable 1 or general debility of three years duration I During took three bottles of the Discovery the time I was taking it my sleep became more weight refreshing nnl I Kilned fifteen pounds and also gained strength every day It has been six months since I took the medicine and I still have reasonable health I am wilting to have you publish this and alto my former letter If you wish to and If It proves to be of benefit to any afflicted person I will feel well rerjold There is no alcohol or other intoxicant seem like monuments of a buried past At tills crisis there is need of a medicine which will nourish and build up the body and increase its vital power Such a medicine is Dr Pierces Golden Med Â¬ ical Discovery It enriches the blood purifies it carries off the clogging waste of the system increases the nutrition of the body and produces a Bound healthy condition with abundant vital power and physical energy David Duggltu Kl of Jones Ohio Co Ky When I beiran taking Dr Pltrcei writes Golden Medical Discovery I think I had nenroiu life They on J It C D Jolly Tako Cascarots Candy Cathartic lOo or 250 C C fall to cure druggists rotund money To Cure Constipation Forever in Golden Medical Discovery neither opium or other narcotic drugs The dealer who offers a substitute for the Discovery is seeking to profit himself not to help you Insist on hav Â¬ ing Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to cover cost of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for edition in paper cover or 31 stamps for cloth binding Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y -- ToriAToes How Carters flonthly For May Carters Monthly Magazine published in Chicago and edited by Ople Read is making rapid strides in the public favor It is the only ten cent magazine in Chi Â¬ cago devoted exclusively to American literature and is certainly supplying tbo Each need for a western magiine month the magazine presents an inter- Â¬ esting tablo of contents consisting of short stories sketches of travel and ar Â¬ ticles of general interest all profusely illustrated but in addition to this each number contains an article of philosophi- Â¬ cal economic or scientific nature The leading article in tho May number is Woltmeriam the New Era in Heal ing This ia a capable interview of tho Woltmer Method of Magnetic Healing the new science that is creating bo much interest in the United States and Eu Â¬ rope Tho article takes up the question from a scientific stand point and shows the fundamental principles upon which th science ia based The writer visited the VYeltmer Institute at Nevada Mo for the purpose of research and was as Â¬ tonished at the marvelous cures affected Since Professor Weltraer discovered the new science three years ago and com menced its practice at Nevada over 70 000 patients have been treated and the halt the lame and the blind havo been cured The article also describes how tho sick may be cured at a distance by a system of treatment pre- Â¬ scribed by ProfeBaor Welmter upon the patient sending him a statement of their coses Ttie cures affected by this meth- Â¬ od are as remarkable as when personally treated The new science has opened up another avenue of business for young men and women and hundreds have taken the course of instruction The Weltmers Method of Magnetic Healing Is winning the admiration of the most noted physicians for nearly all the cures effected had been given up by the doc- Â¬ tors as hopeless The remarkable suc- Â¬ cess attending his discoveries has stamp- Â¬ ed Prof S A Weltmer as one of the great men of the aga the Ancient Botanist Gcrade Describes Them in 1597 The applo of loVe Dringeth forth very long round stalks or branches fat and full of juice trailing upon the ground not able to sustain himselfe upright by reason of the tendernesse of tljo stalkes and also the great weight of the leaves and the fruit wherewith It is sur- Â¬ Among the leaves charged come forth yellow iloures upon short stems clustering together which being fallen there do come in place faire and goodlie apples chamfered uneven and bunched out in many places of a bright shining red the bigness of a goose egge or a large pippin The pulp or mete is very full of moisture soft reddish and of the substance of a y heat plnnnno The seed is small and flat the root small and threaddie the whole plaiite is of a W O Latta ranke and stinking savour Apples of love grow in Spain Italie Unless a woman eats sufficient nourish Â¬ and such hot countries ing food she can neither gain or keep a good complexion Food when digested His Intention Serious is the base of all health all strength and Do you think his intentions are seri Â¬ all beauty HERBINE will help digeBt ous asked her best friend what you eat and give you the clear Altogether too serious was the bright beautiful skin of health Price reply Ho asked me only yesterday if CO and 75 cts A K Fiaher I would consent to have my life insured in fayor of my husband when I mar Â¬ ried Horse Production Decreasing Horses have fallen off annually in Have You Kidney Trouble numbers in the United States Bince 1603 A 50c trial bottle of Foleys Kidi ey when there were 10200902 whereas the Cure will prevent serious results from latest total is 13605307 Mules during this usually fatal disease A R Fisher the same period have decreased from 2 3J1 128 to 2144213 Cloverport K A Witt HardinBburg man afld young woman fails in life from tho lack Each may of a high resolve I a good edncatlon good traitiine have and good opportunities but whore a ful Â¬ crum of resolution is wanting no lever can work Anyono without a fixed pur poeo a high ideal as tho mental and moral targot toward which ho constantly aims shoots in vain If you read the story of Daniel you will boo that tho bo ginning of a character which contd not be contaminated by the lewdness of an immoral king or corrupted by a licentious court Uio starting point ofade termination which dared to disobey a monarchs mandate was tho high stand Â¬ ard of conduct established in the life of tho young man who purposed in his heart to be all that a young man may become A stream cannot rise higher than its fountain and the youth who Starts out with a low ideal or with a weak resolu- Â¬ tion will accomplish very little Moreover he who fails to hold by and work according to that resolution will fall in tbo things whoreunto he is or may be called Tho man who is to succeed in the best sense is he who begins with and adheres to a high standard who purposes in his heart and then whatever comes stands by his purpose If he cannot ad Â¬ vance he will not retreat Ho will at least hold his own nntil the storm has passed Anyono can pose as a hero when everything goes smoothly and easily but when storms come financial disas- Â¬ ter and the trying circumstances of mis- Â¬ fortunes then the man who does not swerve a hairs breadth from Mb purposo must be a man made of iron a man of high resolve and grit who is determined to transmute his ideal into the real no matter what the opposition may be Such a man commands not ouly the present but also the future Success 0V many a young JQQ BOYOLE flSX9S3 GRADE LADIES COLUMBIAN ri I 2 1 COLUMBIAN 2050 BEST BICYCLE BUILT - FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT All we roqulro Is 100 down balance payable after examination Wo aro tbo only factory in the United 8 tat on Belling direct to rider Wo guaranteo our gooda for two years most liboral guarantee ever given Wo piyo moro options than tbo regular dealers You can bavo your choice of color height of frame or any gear desired Our bicycles bavo all the latest improvements large tubing flush jol its large sprockets arched fork crown drop hangor etc WHITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DE80KIPTION TO DAY COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO CLEVELAND OHIO e Â¬ sss ssssssMi mmmammmmmmmmmmmmmymmmmmmmmmmmtm JWwwwwffl a ar-sl hgures won t Lie If these aro not are talking about Mono as rw r ir Saving Prices wo doni know what wo Hoosier Cotton Blc per yd 18 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 2 lbs Soda 5c 3 packages 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 50c will buy all tho WOOL you havo to sell and givo you tho highest market price for it in cash or trade 4 r il Preserving Wood A newmothod of preserving wood from decay is being tiled on a large scale Instead of withdrawing the sap and injecting enme antiseptic substance the wood la submitted to superheated air under a pressure of 14 atmospheres By this process the cap is chemically changed into a powerful antiseptic mix- Â¬ ture which strengthens aa well as pre Â¬ serves the wood It rests with too whether yon continue the dMH M rsmoves toe desire for tobacco wltbrnv mi u out nervous distress ipglsnlco- 1 VHKT tine purines the blood re rVf fl I k sVJJM stores lost McCO boxes makes vou strong -- asTM B k 400000 tnheeltnnerveg rH I MLcases cured uo nd nocleUrfPJ fl aj II AO trom -- fcsl 1 1 sVwnl vouch torus Take It with Oae gtMtH 111 wtllpatlentlrperslstentl usually sssvsl sV 3 boitl to cure cures l J boiesfMO ruaranMedc orive refund money if L BtsrtUi BeaW Otssis M lr4 lert Mitch Meyer Ekron Ky ra p BgSS 2 H jB GOOD NEWS We hereby announce to the people of Harned and vicinity that we have open ed up a GENERAL LINE OF MERCHANDISE at this place The stock is new fresh and 1 mnhoodtri ItUsoll LjfOTO n 3mSmSSHSZS2ZSES5SH3X AMERICA Field Fencing A fence because that always keeps its shape what is better is cheap We want your trade and will give you better values for your money than you ever before received II ll Qav I its s 1 built that way IS YOUR FENCE AN EYESORE fh jjr iiiIivtt nnm c jj V t O O Nothing but large stie heavily galvanlred wire made of best Uessemei steel used In its con structlon same In all the so different styles made turns all kinds of stock and leaves the stock unharmed white the fence stands strong and sturdy iir rm A A A nr ft ninn riwniiriinTninnnnniiiinniiPiiinini m ibii a ii n a -t mi r i - r - t 1 J ffi5 r a - a -- a II 4 a - a -- - - O II 4 Jf R K 3 - ft - - fr Is it an old picket affair Does it detract from the beauty of your lawn Are you ashamed of C THIS hinge joint bending makes an ad justable fence and pre vents stay wires from THE NEW STORE DAVIS MEYER HARNED KY WE WANT YOUR WOOL AND WILL t y y y 11 it is Cheapest Beauty Liehtness of HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to any place Ita iood points are very partot it strengthens Construction Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It is builton scientific principles There the other part There is no strain and ten years after it is put in it is aa firm ai it was when originally constructed are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the most expenmve iron fences and beats them all in appearance Clovekport Kvn May 5 1899 Tin Owensooro Finck Com Wlint the Hdltor fientlemtn The Williami lence more than pleases me It l a thine or beauty and a Joy forever It enhances Ihe appearance Of tills of my yard and discounts the other wire and iron fences in the city I never tot greater value fir my money in mv llle Inncr So llelleveme JNO D HAllUAGIi It speaks for itself Call around and see the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbagea residence W T BAKNETT IS AGENT Headquarters nt Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky BllasW I have been a sufferer from chronic it diarrhoea ever since the war and have II so you had bet- uibd all kinds of medicines for it At ter decide to have a last I found one remedy that had been a success as a cure and that is Chambe- Â¬ new one put up rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Â¬ edy P E Grisham Gaars Mills La For sale by A R Fiaher Cloverport R A Shellman StephenBport crimp raaxes as tight a fence in summer as in win ter and prevents stay wire from being displaced THAT I eJf v it and few if any as good Manufactured AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE FOR Theres no fence sJUs that excels by SL3 GIVE YOU TOP PRICE FOR IT THE COPinSBUR0PA Is Cheapest because it is Best It is Hest because ALC BV NO PAIN NO DREAD R S BANDY Agent IRVINGTON KY Tho Death Penalty A Congreesional report on the state of legislation from the viewpoint of capital punishment was made by Gen Curtis to the Fifty fourth Congress According to it the death penalty is retained in Austria China Columbia Denmark Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught Ecuador France Germany Great Brit kfc I extract teeth without pain using all the latest anaesthetics for PAINLESS OPERATIONS 8 The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine Without A Fault Greece Hayti Hawaii Honduras Full courses 25 cash or you can pay Japan Corea Siberia Mexico Persia 100 OR 200 PER MONTH Poru Slam Spain Sweden and Turkey Ilooks ani blanks fbib Tho principal ol this school Is Ihe author of the leaping system ol bookkeeping and abolished or qualified in the Argen Â¬ which is wed in thousands of public and private tine Reputllc Belgium Brazil Chili schools indudii g the public schools ol New York and other large cities The leading system of Costa Rica Guatemala Holland Italy Shorthand Is taught Students from every Mate You graduate It ever so Norway Portugal Russia Switzerland little can Jrsiuslti in vour spark time- - be 6pkcial assisted to positions BATES TO THOSE WHO RIND COR CATALOGUES AT ONCS in eight cantons and Venezuela But SCHWARTZ SCHOOL whether the abolition baa tended to in- Â¬ Louisville Ky crease or decrease trie number of asja West Jefferson St homicides in the countries where it has sM OklckNUta EuUth Dlsmui Brftal obtained is nob shown Chicago Inter ROYAL Ocean -oniissl sss Cv sikri suwbt oscftMur ii uesust nusus mT Drift m nr mmuT The Eagle King of All Birds aoU nnd la Uwl tad bboa iumiy m TsKsW tXM IM1M VIA MM MtSMfttiM V is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ w WfQ tLMMtHmiitiM DIMjUDrcUhrfj4fti for Bartlnlarf IIUI la Cat tinct vision 8o are thoeo persons who m Mlallr far Ea4lea n Mur if ralar use Sutherlands Fagle eye salve for CalkeatertiaaUaltMaSlMBaaOT b ill ocllDiuxUU HJILADA1X H weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers Poters Antiseptic HeallnaOII at 25 centa Ilelievcs all pain Instantly and heaa and cures ain A CROWN Skillfully fixed to the root or body of the tooth will last a lifetime OF GOLD make a spec Â¬ ialty of I f J I BRiDGE V 1 and difficult work FENNY PILLS Prices Very Reasonable New Dental Parlors at fllitchell Hotel Now Open v T D RENFROW Dental Surgeon Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College Facts About Writers sora throat eryslpalis corns chapped hands ana lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous A rapid writer can wrlto thirty words membrane WQI euro aoro or Inflamed eyes In 48 hours Horsemen will find this oil will cure this heel hal er burns sores and scratcnts It has Doering Roller and Ball Bearing in every Bearing of thq Harvester insuring light draft and in one minute To do spacehe must draw collar gallscracked Itandlf not sitlsfledoldyour drug Uo his pen through the of a rod 10 gist will cheerfully give bek your monry Price durability As woll as being agent for tho Binder I have a largo stock of feet In forty minutes his pen travels a as cts For sale by MOORMAN OWEN Clov furlong and in five and a half hours a crportKy full rallo He makes ou an average Biz teen curyes or turns of the pen for each Always on hand and can givo you just what you want in a fow minutes will not havo to wait until I word written Writing at the rate of You send to tho factory for thorn as I make it a point to keep repairs to supply every ono at a moments notice thirty words por minute he must make Men e ght curves to each second in an hour and to ho ready to help you whenever you need holp 28800 n five houn 1 14000 and in 300 ThiB is no idlo boast You know me and you know I mean juBt what I say Come in and let me days workiug duly five hours each day Msrasroea hare been combned into a J s page book and the PKICB HKDUCED FROM show you my stock I have everything you noed on the farm at the lowest price possible for first class he makes not loss than 43200000 curves 100 TO 80 CENTS A YEIK and turns of the pon goods Dont buy nntil you Bee my stock and get my prices It Is a splendid roagaxlne for children cuts burns bolls bruises Itch exiaraa catarrh DEERING REPAIRS Worms prrodbr TT tVXaXa VERMIFUGE Xost 10 WHITES CREAM uussuty UastinQusJlty and Women and Bapyland Little Fr 20 Yttrs Nat XLii aU Warm RiaiaAas SXlT7Q tXMaBi OXiD JAMES F BALLARD Jor sale by A R t Lout Fiaher Cloverport Ky j W PATE McQuaxiy Ky o Btantla BlfMtaro ITOHXA Atari HM vmm MM YOU H4M from two ta ten years ol anr We want thr names and addresses of mothers of children 01 above agei and lor a list of FIITY such names we will lend the mag ssloe to jrou ONK YEAR FKHK TROY N Y Sond 250 to tho BnEOEENuiDOs News and get a 500 Bible and the News free of charge for one year Q LITTLE MEN ANB WOMEN CO l324Q33OtGX4a33tttt4p4B3HmW PPPPHBpMpapPininP f II w VWNP lP - If HmrrvraIWPIPFv wt -- iw fiiRM pn fwnpv p ii m v U1 mpuaw iiimij ii ipfiiiiwifiiinmi vr wjh - m lias -4- -i i ij uupi -- -yr 2 pyjW iq r vf wijHrrrrrT 7vf T y - T iiTTin - WtMtimmmumtUmmtmaaammtmmmmimHmtSStimmlmmmLJSSStmiKmmmtt aim fllf fl ip ii iiTIlllWWMi1HPWMWiJPPJPJFr TTlpV fw 9Tr f gMnwmvfirmFniWinv fw t BANK -OF What Shall We Do A serious and dangerous discaso pre Â¬ vails in this country dangerous becauso so deceptive It comes on so slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated be foro wo are aware of it The naniuof this dlseano which may bo divided Into threo distinct stages it First Kidney troublo indicated by pain in the back rheumatism lumbago ffequentdo sire to urinate often with a burning sensation the flow of urine helngcopious or scant with strong odor If allowed to advance this reaches the Second stage or Bladder trouble with Leavy pain in tho abdomen low down between the nayel and tho water pass ago increasing desire to urinate with scalding sensation in passing small quanities being passed with difficulty sometimes necessary to draw it with in- Â¬ struments If uric acid or gravel has formed it will prove dangerous if ne- Â¬ glected Tho Third stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmer the great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy famous for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mers SwampRoot It is sold by all druggists As a proof of the wondorful virtues of this great discovery SwampRoot a sam Â¬ ple bottle and book of valuable informa- Â¬ tion will bo sent absolutely free by mall on application to Dr Killer Co Biug bamton N Y When writing kindly mention that you read this liberal offer Â¬ Â¬ HAHDINSBURG B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vico lrcaidont M II BEA11D OaaVlor C WRtTTKM FOIl TIIK BnKOKKNRIIlOB NkWS BY LUBMNB IMOOKN 0 ft ff - We loved with n love thai was more than love I and ray Anna Bell Leo INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS How true those lines are darling I nover dreamed there was such power DAN ORILEY JOHN AABISHOP such depth in lovo until that sweetest of Vice President President all sweota in life wbb mino Life with BASSETT Cashier E outlove t I cannot see just bow I ever lived without lovo 0 May I could not live without this lovo which has come like a blessing into my life Why I nover even lived until now so surely would I cease to livo was 1 886 ESTABLISHED that love no longer mine Dont worry Kay said n sweet voice LcitchHeld Kentucky I could give up life itself easier than the love I have for you and continued the voice yeare may roll by and my Capital Stock 100000 love shall bo as now bright and true the voice was ser Â¬ Paid in 10000 But Ray and have so often quito that read ious now I thero nover was a love so sweet but was mingled with bitter How could our INTEREST FAID OH TIME DEPOSITS Yet I love bo aught but a blessing feel dear that this great love of ours will be strongly interwoven with the bitterest of lifes trials Why is it Ray and the A A tears stood in the earnest gray eyes rais Â¬ ed to bin Tho mans face was end but as he clasped tho girl tightly in his arms tho Headquarters for shadow bceined to lift as ho made reply All Kinds of I could thank God my darling for this lovo should it as you say prove the curee of my life for it has shown me thi nobler side of life aud with a gay laugh if our lives are to be by clouds oer cast lets mako hay while the sun Gome get your hat May and shines lets go for a drive do not lot the thought of gloom drive tho color from your face he finished looking anxious Â¬ ly into the pale face at his side 1 wont Ray but it surely was a pre- Â¬ sentiment of evil 1 could feel the sorrow even now Never mind love for W BEARD MORRIS E8KRIDGE R M JOLLY I J DcillcAteil to my old schoolmate Charlotte Herndnn DIRECTORS writing her slio would write and release him from bis engagement with herself Her heart was almost broken but sho said to herself over and over that it was better for him and she would not let him know how much sho cared How was she to know that tho letter she sent releasing him was the only one he bad received from her and how again should Bho know that Miss Clark was eyen then married and that tho interest sho had taken Ray was only tho kind- Â¬ ness sho felt for anyone Her life now soemed a blank but with true Christian fortitude she went about her work and was ever ready to do a kind act In the spring when an old friend Clifton Edwards asked her to marry him she told him tho story as we have told it to you and that her heart could nover be his but if he was content with her hand alono ho could take it Ho accepted her on tho terms she pro- Â¬ posed and promisod her his love should neyer intrude upon her until it waa welcome For said he tho friendly feeling of May Allen is bettor than tho passionate loye of another woman She was a joy in bis home and a comlort to his widowed mother If thoughts of nnottro glided into her heart sho put them aside as unloyal to tho husband who was devotion itself Two years passed years filled with good Sho was no nearer loving the man whom she had married than the day in which sho married him Her heart was unchangeable Would you like to know something of Ray He had waited in yain for tho letters which never come Ho was constantly haunted by tho pale beautiful face of May yet no letter of his brought a response Tho teachers complimented him on the carefully prepared lessons but they little knew the trouble and time spent on those lessons forever was Mays face on the page with a look of sorrowful re Â¬ proach at him At last came the letter releasing him Alas for human hopes how soon they are shattered He was ill tho teachers shook their heads and said ovor work but Ray knew it was a breaking heart But when in a letter from bis sister he learn- Â¬ ed of Mays marriago ho devoted him self to his books with a renewed energy and nover did one accomplish more in the same lenght of time Now in anoth state he was a lawyer whose fame bad penetrated the most distant places But the schemes of mammas who had marriageable daughters all failed and the daughters themselves declared he was made of iron Maybe he was for I am sure they used overy facination in their power but in his heart there lived an image of a girljwith true gray eves that the wiles of no one could erase Five years have now passed lets look into the homes unnd see what change time has made First wo see May Edwards She is dressed in mourning for she has lost the husband who loved her so dearly thus another sorrow for the gentle sad eyed woman for she re- Â¬ spected the husband who was so good and true and mourned him for her truest friend Ray Merryll Is at home with his old father the first time in five years and from him hears that May is a widow One day in the early part of May they met the first time in five years met in the lane where he had told her many a tims of his love He walked slowly homo with her and j he told her of his successes and failures She knew he loved her still but she could not seo why he bad deserted her in tbe old days Sho was soon to knowjthis for at her gate they met a woman whoso wan face still showed traces of beautyShe look- Â¬ ed at them and a repentant expression pissed over her face and sho told them bow Bhe had once loved Ray and seeing he loved May had intercepted their letters which was easy to do as she waa the daughter of tho postmaster and ofton in the office She told them she had bitterly repented tho sinful act and that Bhe bad been rewarded according to what she had done one could tell for tho once beautiful faco was now worn and haggard They had been separated a long time but at last they were happy and on the same day in June as had been set five years ago Ray Merryll and May were made manjand wife Thoy are happy none the loss so that tho troublo came first and with their little children thoy are children themselves again In happiness wo found them through sorrow we have taken them and now in happiness we leave them Â¬ Grayson County Bank RICHARDSON Garfield Kentucky in the Bheckknridue Nkwh FARMING IMPLEMENTS JL Written for the News I Neither the angels in Heaven Ncr the demons iluwn under the sea Can ever disever my soul from the soul Of my beautiful Anna Hell I es LWW osittlppppppHBrlt f aSSSl ji Sfe IrftK T jGf fpppppV All Kinds of xj ai 1 A JT i fc 1 L I slightest tremor and the color returned All Kinds of Produce Taken in to her face in rich profusion And while they are driving through shady Exchange for Goods lanes telling the old story which is over Office in Rear of Moorman A Owens new aud sweet I will tell you readers Drug Store something about them Ray Merryll was the third son of a 35325F3GS25v farmer who was principally noted for his kind heart and jolly good nature This gude mon was however ambitious for his younger son and the son met him more than half way in any of his schemes whereby he might benefit him Â¬ self from an intellectual staudpoint Honorable good and true with a never falling will he was likely to succeed to Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds attain the object in view be tho difficul- Â¬ of Dental work ties small or great CLOVERPORT KY He was tall well built dark hair Everything thats good in brown eyes with a face I cannot The first glance would tell describe you he was capable of courage and firm- Â¬ ness only but the second would show you the thoughtful brow and eyes which by Famished would light GEORGE H CASPERKE pressions up with the tenderest of exJewelry and Insurance Ho was a man of twenty eight years BRANDENBURG KENTUOKY capable of undertaking and accomplish- Â¬ m ndtw till ecun nc nuc nni I id fend voa ed m til lb ing anything for good strong enough to tic if such Bw IMS MtUra Mfk crsa KKBIITOIK COIL iU nOOD resist the bad and weak enough lOOK STOTK bT frelsht OOU subjict to examination be weakness to love anything worthy of juanuse i a night Jour and It lovo with a protecting tenderness good found perfect actory to see in the best and greatest of men It aatlsf ul Ik rrulMl So he loved the girl May Allen with SSTOi Sew a love no human power could wrestle cvrheard or nfneT the from him Of this lovo May hoisslf rittlUHT No tongue could express the SSEST a deserved riCIUi TRICK 1 oinn sweetness of temper and lovliness of SI300 disposition she possessed She was not 00 leu the IIor- B7 white for duh iiiu f rek beautiful except as her noble soul shono sent nwith1100 V STOVE CATALOUUfc XaV Hn and freliht charges This store la lie No I oren ti through her gray eyes and lit up the KKilliTl toplaiUtSi made frtmbeilplz Iron extra large flnea hearr eoTan harjr llnloKa and urate face with a lovllnoss beyond compare large oren half nearr tlo Uned oren door taandMroe extra and trimming nlofctl plated ornamentation The love she bad given Ray Merryll large deep genuine BUadUk pemlala lla rawrMlr hand and karaer r ne large ornamented bate Bert eealmaking u4a per waa as pure and unselfish as her own It umlD Ml an extra wood grate feoi ml karaar ft 1BSCB A DUDISU OOiBlliTaK with spotless soul rail ererr tore and guarantee aate dellTerjr to yourIJS00 road UUon Your local dealr would charge you It was tho month of August and on or euea a atOTe the freight Is only about 1100 or at hut 1000 Addraea eeeh too mllea ee wa aa the first of September Ray would leavo SEARS ROEDUCKCOflKCCHICAC0ILL fot the town of A to pursue the study of lean lUekaek Ce are tkareaiklr rlUUJUU When yori write mention thli paper law The Interval was not spent in idle thoughts but in reading and pleasant discussions of tho books thoy read Many a helpful thought did ho receive from the girl of bis choice At list the hour for parting came and with it tho sorrow but a perfect trust in one anoth Â¬ er They talked lightly of the inter Â¬ vening days before their marriage which would take place the next June A month rolled on but no letter came no doubt as to his sincerity troubled her Two weeks more and then a letter in which he offered no excuse for the long delay and which had none of tho loving words be used always to say to Co her It tore the gentle heart but she OANNBLTON IND replied filling her letter with words which rose in her heart but never an THE BEST OF THBM ALL 11 answer did she receive Some days later she met Susie Merryll a sister of Rays who bad been absent during their courtship so knew nothing ol their lovo and told her in course of IrtONTHLYJUWAZlNEi conversation about Ray that he wrote many nice things about a Miss Clark Oontaln ft eompltt norel In every nnra in many ways and whose bor n adiiitlou to a larBO quantity of rueful who heled nd eaui Mains raodloff matter father was the wealthiest and most in Â¬ Jrw fluential roan in A That she hoped mWiiwI Uarfr ttMch mr eVemiMe in raerw Ray would marry her Bhe had no scru It ouia fc in year howohold Bub ples in Baying so because she knew Terr IK wiptlon nothing of his loye for May Mm mott liberal will be offered After May went home she thought KtVMIOOTy OOWAWT MalUkWff J be could ewoount for his tardiness In rHMLAMUHIM All the Season First Class Milliner alio An unlucky quotation Ray said her face again paling for you you know the fate of Anna Ball Leo and her lover aud O Ray I am afraid Why May you sunly aro not super stitious You cant mean that a mere quotation ootild so unnerve you who aro so brave Not suparstitious Ray but a power all unBoen and none the 1 bs surely felt has convinced uie I am ready now and see holding out the tiny gloved hand I an not nervotiB or frightened I am prepared with a heart for any fate It was true the hand Bhowed not the Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Hlife accident fire insurance Â¬ ana Hvcpnu vjbBp J ILHunsche The TAILOR It was early in the morning of a lovoly day in June ere the sun bad mounted tho heavens high enough to shed his burning rays with much power down upon humanity forbidding thorn to venturo very far under his penetration if they wished to keep comfortable Garlands of roses and sweet scented honoysuckles were blooming in rich pro- Â¬ fusion around the old homo the yard wore a carpet of rich green grass and the birds were singing very sweetly on the plum and pear trees near by whilst flowing softly as the angels whisper came the breeze through all the rooms filling them with dolicious fragrunce but somehow all this failed to satisfy the strain of romance that was occupying tho hearta of our heroines this beautiful Sabbath morning As usual tho Sunday devotions bad been performed and the old folks were quietly and leisurely perusing the news papers and watching the little chickens sporting and chattering on tho green grass by the open dorrway Stealing out unawares to all but the faithful dog Bruno who was over on the alert that something might go on and he would not be present they came two girls Marguerite and Maggie and you could judge by their faces that tbev were on pleasure bent Their attiro was of the simple rural folks torn calico dresses shabby shoes Marguerite wear-Â¬ ing a sunbonnet whilst Maggie had donned her uncles hat Tho Sunday they were not yet ready to give up their humble and comfortable costumes for more elegant and stiffening apparel for they meant to have an hours real pleasure that morning Down through the shady orchard along the little foot path over the fence across a grassy lot they went until they came to a winding stream that flowed through a stately forest Oh how cool and shady it looked down there and how pleasantly sounded the murmuring water flowing oyer slonoa and pebbles as it came out from the big spring and emptied into the croek Yes there it was tied to a sycamore tree the sought for object an old rustic boat with its oar lying idle within These girls had always lived near tho creek but eorao how they had never tried to row a boat but they were out for adventure this morning and entered the small vessel without any fear They brayely pushed off from the shore and thought it would bo no difficult task to take a pleasant sail down the placid stream Taking up the oars they began the motion but instead of moving on tho boat stood perfectly still so awkard ware their rowing This caused tbom to gtanco at each other with a look as much as to Bay Who knows the least about this business you or I Laughing gaylv they renewed thoir efforts bravely bending to the oar when suddenly they heard a splash I Looking back they saw to their dismay Bruno plunging towards them crying piteously for he was then not used to swimming making for tho boat All their cries of go back go back was of no avail for he began pulling the boat over with his fore feet trying to get in until he had it nearly half full ol Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 to them while they wero trying to urge that boat back to land At last Maggio thought she was noar enough to jump ashore aud did gaining a good foot hola Uut alas for Marguertto Sho throw wo have a full lino of summer goods Of the fact down her oar and thought elio would SUMMER DRESS GOODS SILK GOODS follow Maggies example but an the boat Nobby Patternfl For Shirt Waiatn was not steady when sho gavo her leap Instead of procuring a firm standing slio BRUSH BRAID WOOLEN GOODS landed just at the edge of tho water next Volvot and Corduroy Skirt lining Very Stylish to a steep bank and was slipping backward into the deep stream She clutched at some brambleB growing on the bank but oh horrors I they too wero giving away when lo I through the mist that Scotch Lawn Dross Linen India Linens Viola Cords had gathered before her eyes waa seem a Colored nnd Whilo Scrim Now Shado of Blue in Per Â¬ Bmall trembing white hand reaching cales Red Organdies Red Lawns New silk for Dress downward to the rescue Linings Porcalino Dress Linings doubled faced for sum- Â¬ Muggio had quickly taken in the sitmer dresses in Black and Blue MarcscilleB Goods a uation and grasping a little biiBli with beautiful lino Outing Cloth Piquo Batiste Cloth one hand held out tho other to Margue- Â¬ rite which was most gratefully clasped and with some little pulling on the part of Maggio and climbing for Marguerito they both reached a point of safety with pallid faces and gasping breath They prettiest lino you ever saw had receivod a few scratches were con- Â¬ siderably dampened but aside from that and a good fright thoy wero not other Â¬ wise injured On the other band they had learned a very valuable lesson First to appreci Â¬ ate and be satisfied with present pleasures and eujoyablo surroundings not deliciously cool and dainty seeking for greater and imprudent re Borth which sometimes gets us into trouble and lastly to always lend a help ing hand to the fallen ones in the hour of need Oh hov much good the aid of that little hand did to Marguerite rescued her perhaps from a watery grave Some years have now elapsed since the occurence of this event and al- Â¬ though the dark blue waters How gently on the birds sing as sweetly the quiet Brown Linen for mens nnd boys outing trousers Mens Linen shade looks a envitingly and the old Pants 85c Boys Linen Pants 76c Watches guaranteed for twelve months boat is still anchored near the same We want you to under stand that wo carry a more complete and up to sycamore Marguerito and Maggie haye date stock of dress and summer goods than any country store in tho never attempted another excursion county Wo The bargains we offer are the results of a cash business alone exchange goods for wool Bruno is still a faithful companion and bos becoino un expert swimmer but he too leaves boat ridirg a plasure of tho post Now when a party sets sail ho Btays on land accompanying them along ttie shore A SIMPLE that REMINDER Umbrellas Ladies and Mens Shoes Â¬ ORGANDES 10 to 20c per Yard Â¬ Imperial Dotted Swiss Mulle STard- Â¬ Â¬ lc Per STRAW HATS PARASOLS FANS LINEN HATS 35c A SPECIAL BARGAIN W E BROWNS GRADE Nothing has eyer been produced to euual ur compare with TABLERS BUCKEYE FILE OINTMENT as a cur- Â¬ ative and healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleeding external or internal the Itching and Bleeding of the Rectum Tho relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 60 cts iu bottlo tubes 75 ctf A R Fisher U autUM Ikr Mil u lih tSSOO UUI1TIST B1BS1IS YOU EUR I1K1KD OF I3 pou Dili and the freight will Ml pniir uinrr louna Irvington Kentucky SEND sv MONEY affiaABsjSn5 tofigm ua we will wind ou OUR HIQH DI0PCA1MET BURDICa SCWIN0 MACHINE mlshtr o D fjftt lo Yon can eiamine Hat your nearul freight depot and 11 exactly as repreaenieu lad TIIK p j Station and about tun miles from CalXS0 J rTWTTTWl ritOM TllEIIKMTllATKJiIAI cutta is under the control ol a manager J a SEWwEJSEjr n b v SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK witii a staff of eighty servants and an fUiO ruLlttllku ono llluitratm ihowti machine closed heart drop Iilngfromsicht tobcUPtdaaaetr table lUad tr drtk Ua aUer experienced veterinary surgeon In cpti with full length table and head to place for aewlnp 4 fuer drtwtri I feint 1809 ikrlfMm fraae carved paneled cmbotsed and this place at present there aro t7i ani Â¬ decorated cabinet finish finest nickel drawer pulls rest on 4 cav 2 mules o07 cows 171 IKall IKruniiKKUJUBLAUiV irUeUllP KCilUlUV KIT IU irUD IUIDU mal paupprs sSi V 1 B n VJUrBl Finest IirrCISlllth Am he fed DOiltlre four motion feed Keif threading Ylbrat- lnjf shuttle automatic bobbin winder adjustable bearings patent tension calyes 72 horses 111 water buffaloes 0 improved loose heel adjustable urerser foot lm Droved shuttle liberator carrier patent needle bar patent dress Guard head Is handsomely decorated sheep 15 gouts 141 pigeons 44 cocks and nrasnraud md bfuUfolir NICKEL TnilVTryiED nvttdarsbUaad ktrtaoflitchU 4 cats 3 monkeys and 5 dogs GUARANTEED I llthleil rnl aud hens ads ICtry I now a ituttmtnt UfuraUard aad oar Free Instruction Book tells Just howanronecan run It anddoeither plain or any kind of fancy work The asylum is descrittd as being syste A SO YEARS BINDINO OUARANTEE is sent with every machine matically and merciiully mauaged The IT PnQTQ Yflll NOTHING to see and examine this machine compare It i H abJJ to paVeSW vaii convinced rea aratsvlttr tiSOO to II OOO m Afinnn and then If If cons have especially a good time of it jftr freight artit the 1TK TO lltmnS tlae wlikla t r 1560 iihL41 penriTOIU 1SSO lq st sirnurouKnij reiiaom Meathi tea sarieaare are uocnucK a inasmuch as on festal occasions natives BotiSlUfled OUUKUTO IIAI uuvi raor Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III go from far and near to decorato and When you write mentinnthis pjprr worship them One of tho established sights of the city ol Bombay is tho Pinjrapole a spot n hither worn out or diseased creatures are sent by benevolent Hindoo citizens and are maintained until they become restored to health or die out of a chari- Â¬ table fund r r Â¬ I I rMfc giii I Humane Hindoos india the thn Hindoos established In homes or asylums for aged nnd infirntd beasts and birds Buys the Now York Press One of these nenr the Sode qur arfrro IS cents for each M0 mile GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In jour own home and we will return jour lllse an j dar jou are not aatlsiled W II dir aa rrsax of 1810 III rrrl man all fIlT OMerlk4 Btklr ntwiair natal 00 tllOO loeudap ur rr tuira bat 1330 frlal DROP DESK CABINET BTJRDIOK la the trreatest value ever oQured 17 any house V IMITATIONS Trtlamenta ottering auekiart under varlou names with on rrlad la tklctco and Ware wko are various Inducements Writ KsLUDLK AD WHO IRK HOT has ererr RODKRM IBTROYKIHYT KTKRT UOOD I OIHT Of KTKRY lllull I S URtDK lUIUIX HAUK WITH TIIK 0K110SK ISIKCT8 MA1IK IIY THE IltHT MAKFIE IN AMFKIOA Offer rrtixkiuniour Specialmaehlnn Price and frvlffht ehuvtM Tfea wlirh 15 ww jor Cnit SimmmmmmmmWmmlJm mivviT 7 uisfl tvjjWiBvrocMKr T MSlT l 8lf BEWARE OF YUC DIIDHIPlf nC PUFtfcJIOIV ttmsmiHzi D ggF Â¬ mm 3- A BOON TO MANKIND 2 m D TABLER S BUCKEYE w Marveu oi a Graphopnone One of tho wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone ono can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones mado for home entertainment can bo bought as low as 10 Write for catalogua 30 to the Columbia PiioNOOKArn Co No 019 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D C a SHgaiTJ IS m 50 cj p rl tJ 1 c -- Z m w r r PILE SscCSi IrViTi oi 5nmWnn oo TI J toiSjt CURE jfmT i New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALURD Sole Proprietor - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by A It Fisher Oloverport Kv The Longest Beard Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Whooping Courjh Casper May ii I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attact of whooping cough My neighbors recommended Chamber Â¬ 1 did not think lains Cough Remedy that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that rem- Â¬ edy I noticed an Improvement and one bottle cured him entirely It is the best cough medicine I over had in the house J L Moorx South Burgotlstown Fa For said by A R Fisher Olovorport R A Shellman StephensporL LIPPINCOTTS Crimean War hlgures In the war of the Crimea with 1400 000 thero were killed in battle 03700 died of wounds 00000 died of disease 402200 In the American war of 1801 6 in the northern army there took the field 2330000 troops there were killed in battle 44240 there died of wounds 34000 there died of disease 410240 In the Spanish American war there took the del J 274717 troops there were killed In battle 293 there were wounded 1588 therj died from disease 2010 Â¬ NMr la4ttuU Probably the longest beard in tho world is that of a metal worker at Van deuene near Nievre France The man is 74 years old anl n perfect health When 14 years Old he had a beard six inches 1 ng It grew from year to year aud now his hiisute attachment when unrolled has reached the respectable 1 mgth of ten foet and ten inches When this man goeB out walking he carries his beard rolled up in a big skin under his arm as the old Roman Senators carried their togas In the winter time he winds his beard several times arounu the neck using it as a boa Since the man Is rather small in size measuring but five feet three inches the beard is water Oh My I wero they to be lost right more than twice the mans height there in eight of homo and no one Weak Eyes Are Hade Strong dreaming of their danger It was not long but it soemed an age dim vision mado clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily aud effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes aud sold on a guarantee by all good druggists For Ixynaralwaaavlctlinorclys could eat nothing pcpala In Its norst form Imy stomach would Apples For Export but milk toast and at times not retain and digest even that Last March 1 The ten varietitB of apples that are began taking OASOAHETS and since then I have steadily Improved until I am as well as I considered best for export and the ever was In my life IMVin II Muupht Newark O Baldwin Ben European trade are Davis Jonathan Northern Spy Tomp Â¬ CANDY kins King Rhodo Island Roxbury V A jtT CATHARTIC Wlnesap Yellow Newtcn and York Imperial To Consumptives TftAOIUAMM MatOTIKD Aa an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out fshe hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste Oootf Vo giye comfort and relief In the very worst Oood Never Blcaen Weaken or Orlpe 10c JOobOo CURE CONSTIPATION cases And In the early stages to effect ft tart Ill Ilrilf BMejr Cmau Ckleaia kUalwal E A cure A It Fisher Gloyerport Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Y Crimp Roll Cap and Steel Cap w LOfSt saa HK 9y7l Roof Paints Roof Cement AT LAW 2 and Roofing Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper 7tS Write lor Prices and Catalogue AAeAAAAWVSaaAAerrVaravyVvAy V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY DYSPEPSIA HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS ECAKlDIlTSBTJKa f KIHTTJaJKISr M-TO-- sU itonKKiliilA- - Witt Hatdlnaburg rVVVVVrVrrArrVrrVayVAAPrwrVrrVVVVyfVVW jfiiikiaaMM ittiihik JJtmm laJ SH tSJSETT T-- DMMM 2SZSSZZS9BIHH 4M WWJP Wjp flUWW UPiWiiiipiMrll THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V Q BABBAGE WEDNESDAY o were toM Hoi tome lurhlture that old And It ictmj hi neceuiry For Mm to jret a new iecrctirjr Dm McKlnlcy Editors and Proprietors MAY 10 1899 Mibs Mauoib Dormers Sunday School class will glvo h snowball party next Friday night This does not imply that visitors will be given a cold reception Ti in Webster correspondent says A Â¬ EIGHT RAGES TO THE LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL CLUIi Tho purposo of is to have n commercial convention this convention in to discuss ways and mcanB to promote tho growth of Louisvillo and Kentucky in niatorial wealth and enterprise It iB a fact that tho State at largo is not showing enthusiastic inter- Â¬ est in tho convention Tho country merchants and tho country press aro not wasting thoir timo and spaco in commenting upon it SHAW Tho reason for thiB apparent apathy on the part of tho people out- Â¬ the Ucvll side of Louisvillo is that they do not think that tho promoters of tho dry moon is greatly desired Tho correspondent is a great prohibitionist and ovldontly wauta oyerything to go dry Tine poor man whoso children cry for broad has the consolation of knowing that the offspring of his rich neighbor cry Just as lustily for expensive bon Â¬ bons Blood Your heart beats over one hun- - havo admired Too with all his short comings for ono thing ho sought man Â¬ CURRENT TOPICS fully to keep ont of the way ot tempta Â¬ tion and would stay for weeks out of the city and havo his manuscript taken to town by othoro in order to oscapo Mrs Hattib B Grinnkll the temptation which ho know awaited to which he know ho would Louisvillo wasnt very patriotic when him and yield Ho had swootneas and light it came to Ddwey day are tho great Â¬ which Dean Swift says est qualities of mind and soul Bon Hur is to ho dramatized by e Win Young tho Now York dramatist In tho Philippines is simply A Thowar Louibvile One hundred thousandsuppllcsof gOOU or Dim Dlooa io yuur uiuiii Which Is it If bad Immrrc blood then your krln nxhpa Ymi am troubled IU Mntlfiafl POINTS Hutched by the Editor and Admiral Dewey is coming homo and when ho arrives ho will be treated to a dinner that will cost 100 por plate The Admirals friends intend to kill him with kindnees or dyspepsia You are as tired in the morning S3 St nigUI luuimvu iiu iieivv I our iuuu uucs you uui power little good Stimulants tonics headache powders cannot euro you but vt AtinntfllftMI event are consistent Louisville is the chief city of tho Stato Her power for assisting in Wero sho to adopt a tho development of Kentucky is almost limitless consistent course in aiding in tho growth of the commonwealth every community would meet her more than half way and the confidence that would result would give birth to a now era of progress Of late years however Louisvillo has adopted a very narrow policy She goes on tho all hog principle of Louisvillo first Louis- Â¬ This policy might be a winner if it villo last Louisville all tho time was frankly and openly stated but as an effort ib made to conceal it in hypocrisy and eham it will provo a failure For a long time Louisvilles shibboleth was Patronize homo As Louisville is tho commercial Bocial and political heart industries of tho commonwealth it was thought that anything produced by Ken- Â¬ tucky capital enterprise and labor within tho confines of the Stato and those who could bo classed as tho product of home industries were interested rejoiced at this manifestation of local and State pride They expected and predictodjgrtat things Here in Breckenridgo county we expected that our rock asphalt We thought that Louisville would compel the would be included Board of Public Works to let down the burs that prevented the compe- Â¬ We tition of our product with that of the Barber ABphalt Monopoly and specifications governing the letting of asphalt thought that the plans contracts would be so revised as to give a clear field and no favor They congratu Our people congratulated themselves and Louisville lated themsolves because they realized that our rock asphalt is the best paving material on earth and is tho cheapest to put down This being truo they felt that by securing fair play in Louisville they could get it elsewhere and the result would be a demand for Breckenridge countys chief mineral product that would result in the development of tho county and tho enhancement of property values They congratulated Louisville because they felt she was freeing herself from the odium of having killed in hor own house the child of her energy and capital In her old attitude she presented the spectacle of a Kentucky city discouraging the world against using a Kentucky product and when hor Board of Public Works insisted on all bidders on asphalt paving fulfilling every requirement of the plans and specifi- Â¬ cations governing the letting of contracts for asphalt construction they furnished tho competitors of Kentucky rock asphalt companies with a club with which to kill their only honest and formidable opponent But Breckenridge county was disappointed in her expectation Breckenridgo county is not alone in this matter Every county from the mountains to Green River has been offended by the Btand tak Â¬ en by Louisvilles city officials As tho city folks did not take their own slogan Patronize home industries very seriously their country cousins realized the hollow mockery of tho thing and declined to bo the victims of a delusion and a snare HousECLBANiNO timo has como Heav Â¬ en belp us man 1 General Joe Wheeler He is about to marry Ib a brave is It may be a fact that drinking is no longer fashionable but the great trouble is that a large por cent of Clovorport people think it fashionablo to be un Â¬ fashionable Farmer Ed Oolesiiy says that the soy bean is the greatest soil enricher on earth Here is a chance for Brecken- Â¬ ridge county farmers to turn their farms into pay dirt The most curious girl in Clovorport tbe ono who is not at all curious The good roads question ia not a par tizin one Keep it out of politics Ieoiie who get stuck on bad roads The New York man who seeks sepa Â¬ are the ones who are stuck on good ration from bis wife becauso she gave roads him coffee whoti ho asked for beer cer- Â¬ tainly found grounds for dlvorco in his good roads moyement gets in If tho to politics it will have a bad road to cup of sorrow travyl The bible tells ub that the path of Prom present indications the trusts righteousness is very narrow That may will gobble all the plants before we can be tho reason why bo many short sighted people believe they are the only ones plant the trusts walking in it The ideal woman is one whose know Â¬ Bon Ikqersoll must have been bora ledge extends over a wide range under a lucky star Just as he has kitchen rango has one foot age where reached Â¬ will It makes the liver kidneys skin and bowels perform their proper work It removes all im purities from the mooa Ana tt makes trie blood ncu in its juc giving properties Procrastination An extra session of Congress In Octo Â¬ due to that nimble thief Senator Hoar will havo to answer for ber Grave questions to bo handled I lots ot that blood shed Atkinson and I see President McKinlor loves to flnh Schurtz will not be hold innocent either strange one The and will ilsh I thought only Democra Their policy has been a Anti American League is a strange com- Â¬ tic 1reBldentB fished bination to me All of Americas career and progress has met with just such An open gate policy dont work well though When admission for the Colonels The small boy ltko opposition for Loulsana was proposed ono would Tecks bad boy is a nuisance sometimes Even have thought it meant ruin when the constitution was under con- Â¬ Judge Barker condemns lotteries sideration downfalls wero predicted operated by churches and charitable Look at our war with Mexico What institutions as illegal as those operated did New England predict 7 When at by persons fcr gain war with Great Britain treason was tho cry in those north eastern states of Tho three cornored Guberatlonal thiB hemisphere and today the Bame fight is absorbing all thoughts politically pathetic wail is ascending and oven a and many counties will send dolegates mushroom city like Chicago must take unlnstructed except for Govornor An Em- Â¬ up tho refrain and screech So it has been and so it will be pire A Louisville firm should have furnish Â¬ ever and ever but all the same we will ed tho silver service for the battleship plant the American flag and there Kentucky The likeness of Daniel United States will govern its newly ac- Â¬ Boone and tho seal of Kentucky should quired possessions with firmness and have been affixed in this state justice 1 1 To Haston Rooovopym You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayers pills each night They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness We Iito the oicluilio terrlees ot iome of the molt eminent phjriklana In the United Btatei Write freely aU the particular in yourcftie Addreti DU J O AYEn LoweU Lnfnyetto and Washington have fallen into in significance BincoAgulnaldo has been at the head of a small body of maurauders using tho torch to devastate bis own country and showing only the courage of the savage e m In the pafet year a large amount of tho trade of the retail merchants section lias been diverted from Louisville to Cincinnati The reason for this is that the merchants whose interests have been affected by Louisvilles plan of playing fist and loose with its tributary territory decline to trust it any longer and would rather patronize a city whoso people make no professions of friendship for them They have been buncoed cajoled fooled by Louisville long enough and are tired of it Commercial conventions Boards of Trade and other institutions will bo powerless to repair the broken bond of union The divorce of tho city and the country is a fact and the breach is widening day by day This is not said in bitterness It is not said with satisfaction It is a sad fact a painful one to relate Breckenridge and every other county in Kentucky would delight in working harmoniously with Louisville in the creation of a greater Louisvillo and a greater Kentucky All that is needed to bring about union and concord is frank open honesty It is consistent to demand that this honesty and sincerity bo shown by deeds by their works ye shall know them and when LouisvilloB municipal officers remove the ban against Kentucky asphalt they will have performed tho test necessary to prove their honesty and sincerity Louisville has degenerated to tho extent that some of her best citizens have become hor apologists They know that civic and municipal virtue in that good old town has sunk to a very low ebb They aro loyal to their city and aro putting tho best face that they can to tho evil but tho mask does not conceal from the State at largo tho hideous features that exist As a friend of Louisvillo wo ask that her good people got together and clean out the Augean stables It will bo a fearful task and it will raise a torriblo Btink but better that than festering corruption Were Louisville like Dallas Texas sho would lend a hand to every enterprise calculated to promoto tho best interests of tho Stato If rock asphalt woro discovered in tho county adjoining Dallas tho citizens of that place would never rest until all the streets of thoir city wero paved with Toxaa asphalt This accomplished they would urge the rest of the world to use it Tho same is true of any other homo product she could utilize This is tho reason why Dallas forges ahead while Louisvillo stands still A commercial convention in Dallas ToxaB arouses tho whole State and no town considers itself too unimportant to be represented Every community in Texas knows that tho business men of Dallas aro sincero earnest and consistent Thoy know when thepo business men get together something will rosult and all of them hasten to get under tho branches when tho plum trco is shakon Comparisons aro odious it is truo but if Louisvillo would adopt Dallas methods bo truo to herself and to others hor commercial con- Â¬ ventions would attract more than passing notice This criticism may seem sovero but it is mado with tho kindest intent and tho best motiYOB Kentucky is about to havo one of tho brightest and moBt prosperous years in hor history and if Louisvillo When sho desires to reap tho benefits sho must adopt a now policy will hold out tho right hand of fellowship and will onco does thb Slate moro tako hor back into full confidence and extend to her all tho faYors that kinship morita Lot tho instigators of Now is the accepted timo to do this thing tho commercial convention tako up tho question and handlo it fear Â¬ lessly It is not a political question It is a matter that portains to the publio weal and should como up under tho liead of for tho cltyB good Act on it in good faith and tho results will compensate tho city xn this- - Dukes Ky is getting ambitious It is taking Bteps to annex the town of To use a slang expression the Buckers Hawesville The only obstacle In the who went against the shell game circus way is the difficulty of locating the giving aleo if you wish the amount day were nutty you pay railroad tax on latter place on the map And in order that you may vote under Â¬ Sam Jones says that the devil is on his Hawesville has a girl who claims to standing and advisedly we would sub last legs Still old Beelzebub seems to be eligible to membership in the Daugh Â¬ mit the following facts with calculations have a good footing ters ot the Revolution on the grounds based on samo The amount of taxable that her fathers daily occupation when property in district including the railroad Conscience may make cowards of us a boy was turning a grindstone is something more than 1200000 and all but it is cowardice that makes some exclusive of the railroad is some more people conscientious The latest definition of political than one million dollars And there is economy has been given by a distingu Â¬ or will be next October when another Sam Jones idea of the biblical injunc- Â¬ ished exponent of practical politics in levy will be made 55000 drawing in- Â¬ tion Let your light shine before men Do not buy any terest at 6 per cent The Sheriffs com tho following advice mission for collecting the tax is 10 per seems to be a fireworks display more votes than you absolutely need cent for the first 4000 and 4 per cent Nature believes in the fitness of Chauncy Dbikw de peach says for balance thiDge Sunday there was a baptizing that the republican party will insert an And as the railroad has this year re Â¬ in town and that night it rained anti trust plank in its national platform fused to pay railroad tax we haye made Ohauncys prediction may come true calculations including and excluding it p Including the lailroad a levy of five a quiet tip will be passed Politicians who are trying to discover but the cause of German ill feeling might around among tho boys to keep off the dollars on each one hundred dollars worth of property will pay it all off inplank trace to the eff ct of kafenjnmmer cluding one years interest on the debt Some women allow their husbands to A Louisville daily paper describing and sheriffs commission on the collechave their way in everything so they the suicide of a young man who killed tion amounting to about 00900 can fix the blame when thing go wrong himself with a pistol in a house of ill Exclusive of railroads a levy of G on fame said His brains oozed out of the each one hundred dollars will pay it all Clovehiokt has some men whose re bullet holes in his forehead Dont be- Â¬ off at a cost of about 00000 The following calculations are made spect for the trutli is so great that they lieve it The stuff that owed out was not to include tho railroad which of always keep a respectful distance from too soft to be tailed brains course if included would make either it Emralmbd beef endorsed was the the time or levy about one sixth less A levy of 80c on the one hundred dol- Â¬ The nick naine of the Cleveland base head line that appeared over an article lars will pay the entire debt including ball team is a misnomer Instead of in a recent issue of a Louisville daily exiles they should be called the Without reading the article in question interest at G per cent and cost of collec- Â¬ changelings we surmise that the endorsement came tion in ten years at a total cost of about from an association of undertakers who 80000 to the district A levy of 100 will reduce the debt in The Chinese who cut off their cues to are trying to boom the business 7 years to 5000 and a 55 cent leyy will escape being killed by the Filipinos at Sau Fernando made a hair breadth esthen pay it the eight year at a cost of Mn Ellen TooleJ of English Ind cape as it were about 75500 locked her room door and went to bed A 125 levy will reduce the debtin 5 The absence of farmers from town on After three weeks absence from the years to 7000 and an 80 cent levy will family circle her brother broke into the pay the balance the sixth year at a cost circus day would indicate that they be- Â¬ room an 1 found the woman lying on the to district of 70500 lieve in the good old maxim business bed nlmost dead from starvation It Now we will intrude an humble opin Â¬ before pleasure must strike tho average person that Mrs ion of our own by saying we are in fayor Farmer Ed Oglesby believes in crop Tooles immediate family is composed of of paying it in one year with a five dol- Â¬ rotation He has cut his last years distant relatives lar levy and compel the railroad to pay growth of whiskers and will raise a crop her part The efforts of Great Britain to add the of a new variety It seems to mo that we should treat a Transvaal to her possessions calls to public debt of this nature like a private The impression that Kentuckians mind the Irishmans view of the cause one and pay it as soon as possible and never touch water is an erroneous one of English aggression in foreign lands C commission to the Sheriff theyer always after save percent with They are as liable to wet feet as any Sure Bald he on collection other expenses and gold the English If they were landed other class of people 0 per cent interest on an uninhabited island thoy would Now for example if one pays taxes Circuit Clerk Sherman Bill has a not be there an hour before theyd have on one thousand dollars he pwes the letter on this page dealing on the rail their hands in tho pockets of the naked bond holders 50 on interest at G per toad tax question Sherman proposes to savages cent Now should he have to borrow set the ball to rolling The Louisville Times deplores the the 50 which he can easily do on one fact that a Louisville silversmith was thousand dollars and at the same inter Â¬ Some peoples personal reminiscences Â¬ must be taken with a grain of salt while not given the job of making the silver est he now pays and if he has tho money he can pay it and stop all expense those of others must be taken with a service for the battleship Kentucky The Times claims to be a champion of and Interest bo every body would be large dose of disinfectant home industries and yet it is one of the benefited and no body hurt or worsted So we hope tho tax payers will first chief opponents to the use of Kentucky Dr W II Wiley a government rock asphalt on Louisville streets Con Â¬ consider this well from a personal stand Â¬ chemist says that all food is adulterated which goes to prove that pure food is an sistency is a jewel conspiclous by its point only dont vote for what you think best for your neighbor but what absence from tbe Times diadem unadulterated swindle you think best for yourself and let your neighborjdo his own voting An English paper says In Spain A WOllD TO TAXPAYERS We are persualded that while 5 per nervous prostration now goes by the cent of your taxablo property will pay Notice to lax payors of Hardinsburg name of AmerkanUh Very appropri and Forks of Rough Railroad Tax Dis- Â¬ your part of the railroad debt that it ate We gave em tits will increase tbe yalue of real estate the aannnnnm trict day it is done at least 10 per cent in the As the subject of refunding or paying off the railroad bonds has been discussed district aud considered for three terms of the Mow If yon are not in favor of one fiscal court including one call term No year vote for the time you do favor and doubt pretty nearly all the tax payers we believe tbe Fiscal court will be gov- Â¬ included have given the question Borne erned by your votes if enough of you thought will vote For they are alt in favor of But in order to get you to think moro as far as thoy are individually concerned and that the various ideas and plans paying it Off at once we will almost BRADFIELD8 may materialize and in order that our ba responsible for saying in one year FEMALE REGULATOR magistrates may be Informed as to the but since people are great things to kick is for womens diseases and irregu feelingi and desires of the tax payers on all manner of taxation and soma laxities It cures everything that is that they may not hesitate to act when would prefer to nevor pay any at all commonly called a female trouble It acts directly upon all tho distinctly they shall have come together again we thoy hesitate to make a heavy levy so fominlno organs of generation driv- - 1 would submit the following plan hoping come oat and demand with your votes ing out weakness and imparting I you will read it and respond that they make the levy and permit you Btrcngtu stopping unnatural urains The plan Is simply this That every to pay it off and get rid of it and we will and regulating the monthly flow tax payer in tho tax district Bend a youch for them They will gladly re In every Instance It rankes sickly and weakly women strong and well postal card to W 8 Ball Hardinsburg spond Send your cards to again tl a bottle- - at drug stores Ky voting whether you wish to pay the Yours respectfully Bend for a free book about It tax off In one year two years rive ten W S Ball TharftdflMReBtttalrCoAtlanURa fifteen or twenty or any length of time Â¬ ten-to-onÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The man who develops Breckenridge county quarry interests will accumulate plenty ol rocks he tbe in the grave an asbestos mine has been discovered in Georgia Write to our Doctors to think old Gen Wado Hampton got singed even in trying to save his pet dog from a fire I had tbo pleasure of traveling up Ouachita with that old hero in the seventies and ho was a fine speciman of southern manhood I am so grieved Mm I dont profess to be n Jefferson poor fellow I Just to think how ho is mis understood Emerson says only tho great nre misunderstood but why dont state tickets let National issues alone and dt al with state matters and rise to its highest duties 7 Manuel wears tho blue ribbon but look out for tomorrow Clark day for Corah e winner of the California Derby As a sequel to that class g event a few of our party to the May festival will be in the grand stand to Bee the equine giants meet in tho Clark stakes Bewlevville wonders what Mrs Jolly and Miss Eva Carrigan did when the race problem was broached at Atlanta I imagine they were decisive as Miss Laura Clay of Kentucky was at Grand Rapids Mich when the question of separate coaches for the races came up A Kbntuckian a southerner is true to his or her training I have the paper Appeals to Reason handed me by a Socialist friend In it is a fine article by Dobs on Prison Lai or which he regards as carried forward purely for private profit and to which he is much opposed he regards too as pernicious to free labor May be so but this Socialist question always has sorter wound me up A Socialist is by np means an Anarchist Â¬ At last at last in this the decline oi the nineteenth century one writer a Frenchman you might know has vindi- Â¬ cated Eve poor Eve who for centuries has suffered with no voice raised to de fend Richard Lo Gallienne is brave enough to come to her rescue in verso for plucking the golden apples from the mystic tree Forbidden fruit he says is always sweetest hence Eve was only mortal Â¬ Derby Day at Churchill Downs is alwayj a classic event but it strikes me that no such entuusiasm exists now as back in the 70s For instance when Molllf McCarty and Ten Broeck in 1876 ran their four mile race This town was wild with excitement and belting was at feyor heat and no telophone in those days kept ub in tho dark Wo are pro- Â¬ gressing morally I hear of muchee scarcely no betting and very little en thusiasm Â¬ Eward Bellamy told us in his Look ing Backward that selfishness was the crime of this century and that tho twentieth would seo a change Poor Bellamy I expect it is well that he has folded his tent and departed This century is in its twilight and the task hasnt begun and when it is tho intellec- Â¬ tual conscience of all the pooplo will Will the have to become enlisted next century do away with monopoly of Will the the rich and the powerful 7 law become the Bame for tbe weak and the strong the rich and the poor the Are questions great and the lowly 7 Bellamy asked His predictions will be fulfilled for electricity and it is traveling through parlors and drawing rooms into kitchens And too we may sit at home ana hear sermons and operas and be lulled to slumber by distant strains of music but when it comes to molding eociety by - disturbing our Ego I am agnostic as to its success But along tbe line of riches and poverty dont mis- Â¬ understand me Rockefeller will soon reach a billion we are told and I claim ha has a perfect right to reach that goal We stood in amazement once at a man worth a million but this country has advanced just In that proportion in the last two decades I argue and 1 believe firmly that our financial kings are men of unexceptional ability sound judgement rare perception keen con- Â¬ ception and very receptive minds They possess tenacity concentration and with scarcely an exception haye begun at the bottom and reached coveted heiphta in the financial world Rockefeller was never afraid of work good for a Blarter He and he made everything count never idled and so with Armour Hunt- Â¬ ington Pierpoint Morgan and with other multi millionaires in America They never loso their head but push all the time Take all the wealth of Rocke- Â¬ feller today and divide up with some men who havent his ability and in ten years he would be at the top again and those other fellers who got the billion would be strapped to use honest but expressive language Its all bosh this dissatisfaction about classes and mass-Â¬ es All honor all glory to our money- Â¬ ed men who if left today without a dollar would begin the battle of life in any employment offered Rich men aro doing untold good and stick to a youpg man who is not lazy intemperate or one who shuns debt We had great wealth in Bible days in tho old Testament the good Lord didnt condemn owning land cattle and sheep the women wore rich jewels too I notice every body takes all he or she can get and is always striv Â¬ ing for more Senator Hoar included even if he does touch on the evil tend Â¬ ency of accumulated wealth 1 Speaking of the race question Booker Washingtons head is level on that subject and if his own color would listen to him their future prospects would brighten He had an able article not long since in the Freemen published in Indianopolls The southern man is the colored mans best friend and Col Ingewoll had better confine himself to searching his own needy heart Instead of delivering Â¬ inflammatory addresses to You Cant Yet Rested Because that tired feeling is not the result of exeration It is due to the un Â¬ healthy condition of the blood This vital fluid should give nourishment to every organ nerve and muscle Bnt It cannot do this unless it Is rich and pure That is what you want to cure that tired feeling pure rich blood Hoods 8ar saparilla will help you get rested It will give you pure rich blood give you vigor ana vitality and brace you up so that you may feel well all through the coming Bummer If ypu have neyer tried Hoods Saraaparilla do so now and Bee how it energizes and vitalizes your whole system Jlass fleeting Tho Republicans of Breckenridge The Work of tho Missions by Mrs N B Cook in last issue of this paper county Ky aro hereby called to meet was excellent That moro laborers are in mass convention at the court house In needed in the field is evident when the Hardinsburg on Saturday May 13 1800 followers of Mohammed at tho end of at 2 p m for tho purpose of selecting twolve centuries number more than delegates 20 to the State Convention one soventh of all the people ot the which meets at Lexington July 12 1809 oirth Accounts reach us dally of peo The members of the Connty Committee ple groveling in the most abject misery are requested to meet at 1 p m May 13 and yut the cry is unheeded by many 1800 This April 24 1800 A R Kincheloe Ohm Rep Co Com who profess to be His most valiant sol diers I hear many Bay they have no Cunt P Hook Sec Rep Co Com faith in iorelgn missions and the major Â¬ Many a fair young child whose pallqr ity of church members are not even willing to help sustain a missionary socloty has puzzled the motbor until she sus Â¬ pected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue I read an article a few days ago about of health with a few doses of WHITES Edgar A Poea days of abject misery CREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25o A The most brilliant period of tho poets R Fisher life was spent in Fordham In an hum bio little cottago which was we remem- Â¬ Snowball Party ber the subject of so much controversy The members of Miss Maggie Bow curiosity and legislative enactment mera Sunday school class will give a He moved there just after his Raven snowball party at her home next Friday had made a success His young wife night The affair will be delightful died at Fordham a cruel climax to bis one and all are cordially Invited iking days of want and unhapplnwc I always your ten cent with yom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the contrary rfPfpmvrVf TOV1 -- ny-Hf sai wngwa Keep the system in perfect or Â¬ der by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce For sick headache malaria Perfect Health A Vigorous Body bil- Â¬ MHrfiffii Til TUTTS Liver PILLS Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY CARDS Of THANKS our fire line the rata of 10 tenti line OBITUARIES charged for at the iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ dred diseases an absolute cure News 10 1800 atlbc inib horseraces Â¬ pr tharped for at rate of 5 cent the lead of the field Their usually handsome line always the best In the market was never more complete than the new one and prices were never lower Inspect this elegant array of fabrics before purchasing your new Suit Overcoat or Trousers viipaiiyrica80 far In or bicycle races are of frequent oc- Â¬ currence but the races for suprem acy In the mercantile world are continuous and grow more Interesting and more to the advantage of the consumer as time progresses The Commercial Derby Is on at present with its customary favorite CIk TNferttaiioiial tailoring In progressconstantly There are various kinds of races per line MONEY IN ADVANCE mummi tiiimmw G v THE LOCAL NEWS IN CLOVERPORT t JM444 Tobacco continues to come in Homestead fertilizer la the best Garden truck is making rapid progress Sulzer wants your wool BrirtK it in Domestic and foreign fruits at Sippelu Polks apple vinegar Short Haynes Carl Lishen is now at work at tbo t4 44444 44444 You will find a beautiful solcction of samples and tho latest fashion plates AT Fair Frank Deano Glendeane was in town Friday Mrs J 0 Harris went to Louisville Monday Buy you an umbrella All prices at Sulzers W C Moormans J Get pure wholesome bread and pastry at 8ippels Alios Lillian Sipple is possessor of a new wheel G 0 Bryan of Rbodelia was in tho city Friday O 0 Noel ot Louisville was in the city Sunday Mrs Charles B Skillman went to Lou isville Monday Our farmers are not yet complaining of cut worms J S Wimp Wolf Creek was in the city last week Cicero Phillips Pateaville attonded the show Friday H V Harris made a business to Louis Â¬ ville Wednesday Miss Maria Keys is quite ill at her home in Eastland New potatoes and early spring vegeta- Â¬ bles at Sippets John Lawson of Louisville is visiting relatives in the city The latest and daintiest fans in the Ho will take your mens- ure and order you a tailor- - 2 mado suit that will cost you 2 o o no more than the ready- - made suit Sis for Summer S is for Suit Come here and get it And you are sure to look cute I i t Miss Minnie Murray is a guest at the Fisher homestead Mrs Jesse Graham is visiting her parents in Hendorson V B Burton sheriff of the county was in the city Friday Horace and James Hall Stephensport were in the city Friday Mrs A Norton Batts of Lexington is a guest at the Tar Springs Mrs Wyatt Bush of Louisville is They are not trifles But if you so I am after your trifling visiting Mrs Henry Wright think Roy Heyser came up from Owensboro give you the same good trade Sunday to visit his parents treatment in your nickel trade as Mathis Murphy went to Otvensboro your dollar trade If you give me Sunday to visit his parents the first whack at your nickel trade If you want the best handkerchief for my word for it your dollar trade the money go to Sulzers will follow Miss Kroush Rome Ind is the guest of Miss Lodosca May Crash and straw hats wonderful barÂ¬ gains for men at Sulzers Mora Galloway Iryington visited his parents a few days last week Kleins vanila and strawberry ice cream on sale today at Sippels A H Schroedor Evunsville was in town visiting friends Saturday 250 buvs a bbl of flour made of the finest of wheat at the Star Mills A D Fishor was among the Clover Five Cents will buy lota of things port contingent at Hardinsburg store in my Go to Miss Judith Millers for your new spring or summer bonnot Engineer Randall and family have moved from Irvington to Louisville Youre Told Are Trifles Ill market at Sulzers That Nickels I Dont The newest hats in tho latest shapes ly surprised last week Her husband and shades at Mies Judith Millers presented her with a beautitu Victor Mrs Charles May wont to Loulsylllo wheel Tuesday to attend the May Music festi Â¬ R L Nowsom who lias been confined val to his homo by illness for the paBt week Ho is slowly Mr and Mrs Bono Falo Balltown was at ills ofllce yesterdav were gitestfl of Mr and Mrs Alfred recovering Oelze Friday Roscoe Severs who is a student at tho M college Lexington came up Ladles it is n trout to insppct the beau- Â¬ A tiful stock of millinery at Miss Judith Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs M Sovera Millers W K Barnes and Miss Lena Kincho Fralze Mattingly camo down from Louisville Saturday to be with his parÂ¬ loo came down from Louisville Friday returning to Hardinsburg their home ents a few days A Jennings and Eunice Jennings that ovenlng Ladies call and see thoso beautiful wore among the Stephensport people in parsols for children MiBses and grown tho city Friday New York and Paris millinery fashions folks Tho latest shades and deslgnr are duplicated in the stock kept by Mies Great values Sulzers Editor David Duncan of tho Meade Judith Miller County Messenger came down from George Lancaster Tar Fork was one of the out of town people who saw the Brandenburg Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs H V Duncan elephant Friday The BrtECKENitiDUE News readers aro W W Dunn tho popular peadagogue developing a talent for wrltin All the from Dukes was in the city Friday tak Â¬ stories and special articles in this weeks ing in tho sights paper are by News subscribers Mits Kato Weathorholt of Toblnsport W 0 Blaine one of Hancock countys Ind visited friends and relatives in most progressive young business men tho city last week was in tho city Mondav on business 0 W Washer the bridge and road He is located at 1atesville and is a machine machine contractor of Trov hustler Ind is in tho city John Vest was shaking hands with his Michael Hamman has been under the aged friends at Hardinsburg Monday weather for somotime and has been con Â¬ Ho recalled the time when they were fined to his homo boys together No John has no politi- Â¬ Jerry Tilford ha 1 charge of tho circus cal bee in his bonnot train as long as it remained on the Mrs Wm Shull who has been the Henderson Route guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell The prittiest novelties in flowers and and her daughter Miss Jessie Shull hat trimmings are found in stock at went Chesterville III Friday where she Miss Judith Millers will reside in the future Wesley Swaggot was called to Owens- Â¬ Miss Anna Hennen Hawesyille pass Â¬ boro Sunday where he has accepted a ed through the city Monday on hor way to Louisville whero she will attend the permanent position music festiyal and witness Mansfields Kleins strawberry and vanila ice do Bargerac cream tho most dolicious on the market interpretation Cyrano Tom Corcoran candidate for State today at Sippels The celebrated Tar Springs is now treasurer who resides at Shepherdsville Bullitt county spoke at Hardinsburg open for guests Address 0 D Hamble Monday and was in this city tho same ton Cloyerport Ky evening in tho interest of his candidacy Mrs J P Ditzenbatch and sons were On recount of Southern Baptist Con- Â¬ the guests of relatives in Louisville sev- Â¬ vention tickets from Oloverport to Louis- Â¬ eral days last week ville and return will be sold on 8 0 10 Mrs Young German Ridge Ind 11 and 12 good returning 15 days from visited her daughter Mrs Conrad Sipple from date of Bale at rate of 220 round a few days last week trip Joseph Porter fell from a chair Satur Â¬ Mr and Mrs Sam Ahl spent Sunday in day at d injured his side from which ho Hardinsburg They were accompanied suffered several days home by their daughter Bulah who Mrs J W Bates and son Bud of has for several days been the guest of Hawesville were guests of Mr and Mrs her grandparents Judge and Mrs Wm Mike Popham Friday Ahl There were no services at the Method Â¬ Cloverport is one of the best fish mar- Â¬ ist church Sunday Rev Joiner is kets on the Ohio river Tons of fish are away doing revival work not only sold in the city every week J S Hays Hawesville is doing the but a large quunity is shipped to Louissurveying of the Cincinnati Cooperage ville and Evansville Many of the lo- Â¬ Company in this vicinity cal fishermen are making good money Bob Bali Phillip McGary and Clint P Probably Was Inherited Hook Hardinsburg formed a party that attended the circus Friday Silver Cheek Ky May 4 1899 Miss Mrs J R DeHaven went to Holt Kittle McGulre of this place has been Thursday on account of illness of her affected with scrofula from her birth and at times would be almost blind Finally da ighter Mrs Grfllo DeHaven Mrs Moser Evansville Ind came up her neck began to swell and she could Sunday to be the guest of her daughter not breathe freely Medicine failed to do her any good until she began taking Mrs Wm Hoflius a few days SarBaparilla When she had tak Â¬ Among the Hardinsburg people in the Hoods en six or eight bottles she was cured city Fndny was handsome Sherman Ball the popular Circuit Clerk WEBSTER Mr and Mrs James H Moorman of Augusta Ga is visiting their parents Mr and Mrs James Moorman A dry moon is greatly desired The beautiful coat of paint put on the Corn planting is progressing slowly home of W H Bowmer makes itthe The late sowing of wheat is almost a most attractive place in the city failure Miss Laura Yeager is anticipating a John Lyddan is serving on the grand visit to relatives at Carrolton She will jury leave the latter part of this month We have no new cases of meaBles The colored population is happy The here Indiana farmers are sowing a larger Miss Elizabeth Hall was in tho city acreage of watermelons than usual shopping last week Â¬ 1 Meekison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited Pc-ru-n- by thnt KAJtB and lMtlfJK nro atninpcu on aoiea Boa a Dress Your Feet In S Congressman D Meekison of Ohio write the following letter to Dr Uartman Columbus O Dkab Sib I havo used eoveral bot Â¬ and feol greatly bono tles of Mod thoroby I havo boon aflllotod Po-ru-- Dr S B Harlmatt a i ftlS IS THE JTV STYLISH SHOES H0i fi25i FOR A SWELL APPEARANCE IN FOOTWEAR YOU AiUST GET THE Hon D MramBow with catarrh of tho head and feel en cournged to boliovo that continued uso of will fully crndlcato a disease of thirty years 8101101100 Yours sincerely Po-ru-- W them L DOUCLASS SHOE ments Ilka this for Dr Hartmons great catarrh remedy provo Its value beyond question Men of prominence everywhere ore recognizing the morit of and aro willing- to give expres Â¬ sion to their Judgment because a certain absoluto cure for catarrh is a publlo good All druggists sell Po-ru-- na D MEEKISON Tho continued receipt of endorseÂ¬ Wo havo this brand in all tho latest shapes and colors You know their wearing qualities too well for us to brag on t LADIES OXFORDS around Irvington and should haye n strong congregation there and a first class church edifice One week is not long enough for the Grand Jury to remain in session The intention probably was to curtail ex- Â¬ penses in thus limiting the Grand Jury But this is lopping off expenses from the wrong side Better increase expenses in ferreting out crimes and diminish ex Â¬ penses with swift justice COnPANY HENRY KOEHLER Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in yito correspondence with Mill men who havo lumber for sale They buy poplar andhardnooda in mixed cars dry or Rreen Write them A brand new lino of this seasons styles They are dainty goods and tho shapes and colors pleaso the oyo Prices on Shoes Fit All Pocket Books SULZERS WE CONTROL THE SALE IN CLOVERPORT AND VICINITY OF THE GLENDtANE Miss Laura Martin a charming young lady of Hawesville spent last Thursday and Friday with Miss Olivia Fallon Mfss Annie Kasey went to Louisville Jeff Owen went to the Derby The sick are nearly all improving Rod Mattingly took in Buffalo Bill II M McCrackon was in town lost week House cleanings begun and the men CRESCENT CRESCENT are looking sour Paul Dampster will come home from medical college this week Dick Wade was here over Sunday and called on Miss Ella Robertson Mrs Johnson Deane is visiting her daughter in Louisville this week Styles and Guyliu Howard and Glen Moorman went lo Fordsvillo Saturday School closes next wtek All library books should bo returned before the We keep on These aro the best wheels in tho world for tho price close REPAIRING A SPECIALTY full lino of Bicycle Sundries hand a Mrs Dewees is in Louisville this week Wheels sold on easy payments making purchases of spring and summer goods The Dean T10 and Lumber Company is unusually busy and big deals are of common occurence Misa Monna Hunter and Mrs W It Moohuiiu are shopping in Louisville tho Can always bo found on hand a full and complete stock of Suites Wardrobes Safes Sideboards and all kinds of Chairs first part of this week FOR SUMMER we havo Lawn Benches and Cots Luther Martin of Eastern Kentucky Wo aro daily expecting a largo shipment of is visiting at Dr Dempsters Mr Smith formerly made his homo at the Doctors CRESCENT WHEEL 2500 and CIIAINLESS 7500 3000 7500 VICTOR 4000 Chainlcss MONARCH 2500 3000 4000 5000 and Chainless 7500 IN THE FURNITURE LINE Despise yesterday where she will spend a month with Mrs E H Zirkol and relatives are becoming numerous About twenty new wheels were sold in this city during the past four montliB Fishermen are waiting for the waters of Clover creek to become clear The fishing before the rain was very good Miss Viola Wilson and Ed Martin of Big Spring wero the guests of Miss Georgia Graham several davs last week The fair sex in Oloverport is to be con- Â¬ gratulated on having so fine a stock of millinery as is kept by Miss Judith Miller Mrs ArlH Warfleld was very pleasant-Bicyclists the Nickel LADIES All the latest things in Sailors and Call in and see tho elegant lino Loghorns at Miss Judith Millers Dont forget we are giving away dinner of Dry Goods and Notions I am sets free to our customers Sulzers handling Tho variety of the stock The carpenters have begun work on and the high values and low prices the new Heston Willis business block New Wall Paper 6 cents per roll and will please you up Gilt paper at 5 cents T F Sawyer xc mmmmmm t GENTLEMEN You Bhould examine our splen Â¬ did lino of Straw and Linen Hats They are light cool and comfort- Â¬ able Just what you nood for hot weather woSt Mrs James Mattingly visited relatives in Iryington and Glendeane last week J B Pace Jr went to Louisville Monday toMake in the May festivities An absolutely now lino ot lace and embroideries out of sight at Sulzers Go sail Homestead fertil Â¬ Gregory izer to cash customers only at 2700 per ton Frank Fralze was called to Elizabeth tdwrt Saturday by tho illness of his sis Â¬ ft need not lose flesh in summer 7 if you use the proper means You think 5 to prevent it You I 6 vnn ranr ft ter 2 take SCOTTS EMULSION in hot weather but you can take it and di- gest it as well in summer as z in winter It is not like the 3 i 1 t Make Our Store Your Cashier Charles B Skillman is serving on the petit Jury at Hardinsburg this week Jesse Novltt and daughter Irvington wero In the city Friday and took in the i I j Headquarters V t Mporman circus An absolutely new line of spring and summer millinery at Miss Judith Millers Arthur Haynes Hardinsburg came over from the county capiiol on business Friday Miss Katie Wright ot Chicago III will Bpend the summer at the Tar Springs lOoSOs plain cod liver oil which is J difficult to take at any time If you are losing flesh J you are losing ground and you need 5 Scotts Emulsion Glendfeane Ky Educate Your Rowels With ftaaearete Candy CatSartlc cure conitlpatlon forTer If 000 fall druggists refund money and must have it to keep up j your flesh and strength If tion of Wannamaker the merchant J prince and teacher in Bethany Sunday you have been taking It and school ft prospering on it don t fail to Solicitors were hero last week raising continue until you are thor I subscription to build a Oumborlrnd c Presbyterian church at Inlngton Thin oughly strong and welh jf is a step in the right direction Cumber 50c and 100 all druggist ij Â¬ Deafness Cannot be Cured LVayV---Vsby local applications as they canno Advertisements inserted under this head at tho rate of one cent a word each insertion roach the diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to euro Deafness FOR SALE SWEET IOTATOES and that is by constitutional remedies lOK SALE All the leading varieties of bweet Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ 1 Potato rianla far sale by KIKJAIl GOODMAN tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ STOCK TEAS KOR SALE chian Tubo When this tube gets in Â¬ flamed you havo a rumbling sound or iitock Teat by SAtE imperlect neanng ami when it is entire- Â¬ FORC DE HAVKN V CO HardmiWg Ky barrels ly closed Deafness is the result and un FOR SALE HORSES AND MARES Remember the district Sunday School tess the inflammation can bo taken out Choice Ilanett Work Horwtand Convention here the 20th Aud dont and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ ITlOIlSALiK W E MINOR Addison Ky forget the temperance meeting of same dition hearing will be destroyod forever MVr rOCKETUOOK date and place nino cases out ot ton aro caused by ca- Â¬ in Upv May j I Many ot our public roads should be tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed ON FRIDAY pockeluook lott tomewheresomething containing ci port a condition of the mucous surfaces Beedod with herd grass or discontinued over liooo Will reward finder for return to HUGH McGUVKKN Victoria Ky Wo will give One Hundred DoIara for And tho necessary roads should bo any case of Deafness caused by catarrh worked as soon as possible FOR SALE FARM SALB 700 ucres cf Und lying on the waters Mrs John Stewart did a big days that cannot be cured oy Halls Catarrh 1 ofbliiklnittretk nesr RoKtiafivmileslrom washing recently on her 80 birthday Curo Bond for circulars free the railroad It is the Willis Hardin laim The F J CHENEY A Co Toledo 0 lace Is we Improved and the land In a line state She Bald however sho did not think Kor further particulars address ofcultlvutlon l9Mt about this being her birthday until sho IfiTSold by Druggists 75o MRS C I HASIIAMUwlYvllleKy Halls Family Pills are the beat had begun else she would bavo deferred FOR SALE DRUG STOCK washing to another day Masters Robert and Harvey Wilson Apply to A Rood stock ol drugs Many a man has had a well earned are visiting their grandparents near IOK 8ALE Ekron Ky This Is a greut bar Â¬ T Cox reputation ruined by a little messing in Lodibnrg gain politics As an Instance Wannamaker WANTED TiE MAKERS the politician tho politician largely Notice Apply to OiRN makers oo tie detracts from the fair fame and reputa WANTED Olendoana Ky 1 1 Fred Moorman and wife went to Owenboro Sunday J W Mattingly the picture man is here with his gallery Mesdames Payne and Compton were in the city last week shopping Dr Sam OBrien of Mooley ville was the guest of Frank Carter Sunday Mrs L G Jordan returned last week from a yisit to friends in Louisville Quite a number from around here at Â¬ tended court at Hardinsburg Monday The ladies of tho Clifton Mills church are getting up money with which to purÂ¬ chase a new organ The men who will say the saloon is a necessity are growing diminutively fewer and fewer each year Son Payne Compton and Drano each had a representative in Louisville last week buying goods Tobacco plants are growing very fast and will be ready for planting out before most farmers are through planting corn H 0 Kurtz bought 40 head of cattle recently Henrys specialty is dealing in cows But he will buy anything that The Sunday school is well attended and under Squire Moormans superin tendency will continue to grow in inter Â¬ est Miss Mary Moorman Mrs Dick Owen and Miss May Demyster are attending tho Musical Festival in Louisvillo this week Mrs Storms who has been very ill is Mrs Westerfleld is recovering rapidly also better Mrs Jones is reported a little worse Owen Hunter and John Fisher went to tho show at Fordsvillo Saturday and walked homo Sunday having missed the train which leaves Fordsvillo early in the morning REFRIGERATORS AND IRON BEDS which will bo sold on closo terms A fine assortment ranging in prico from ROCKERS M k 90c to 10 Ky HAMMAN SON Cloverport FOR SALE SOJA BEANS yiya WANTS 17OH SALH sola or Soy Deans and Cow Peas tf 17 K II OGIIIIY Cloyerport Ky FOR SALE MARE mare line in- 170R SAIr anu I saddle lormatlon write Ky A tjooj buuey animal RN MILLKR FARM for iurincr - Hardmiburs f FOR SALE IIAKDINSIIUHC furm of about 500 acres between lliar Spring and Custer HANK SAIK A good tf TUITION ilitKCKKNItincK NKWb OFtlCE HPEOTED Certihcate in llryant IOR SAIK Collece Louisville Kv I1 lluthrts btralton Apply to Prlca Complete Escort BUGGY fx 3868 V JHH sam lsBaaaaaaaaaaaaBBHBBBV Shipped C OD on reÂ¬ ceipt of 3l A J Heat Baggy In America for the money Leather qnurtera and back atayi leather ouihlona and backa atorm apron Corning or Piano box arch or drop axle end aprlnjr Painting hlgbut gradj colors aa desired Aah frame Tnle UuggyretcJln everywhere for 130 Fully guaranteed Freight quoted on applica Â¬ tion Bend for free catalogue or buggies phaetons surreys spring wagons harness and bone goods j 5 Â¬ SCOTT t BOWNB OwmUu NtW York land Presbyterians aro numerous In and To the legal vouri of Ciultr voting precinct a tha Fifth MuglitcrUl District of lircknillge County Kentucky Theio will U a poll opened at Cutter at the reg I ular voting place on MONDAY MAY ajth ityo at which time and place the tenia of tho voters will be taken whether or not spirituous vlnrut or malt liquors thill be sold bartered contracted or loaned in said voting precinct or not and whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggist In said precinct 4w I IE COMPANY J II SUTCL1FFB CO Louisvilu Kt The Dzcluftva riall Order House Address all Orders to Dept Q WANTED JENNETT WANTED MM A good Irnnett FIIKEMAN BLANKS lor harness pur LEGAL k4440f44f WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE VDUUUTONSnC itOK SAIlt HUnk Deeds and V All Forms of Learal lllsnks lUDOE NEWS OFFICE MorlKaret and 11RECKEN 47WS Li HtWW wrfW i 1 I TLMt T5J y F rff titwwimJigTU iJE avwiminrri fc l J- - yy-r iaiMmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmMMimmmmMmmmmmmmimimmMSsjL 1 - t sfei msbjii iiiiiiiaTiMiMmiiTifim y Ysff s iarciimr rafiTinnT 7 iarMtiiftonftiaOTMiMMMiMiiiMl a kVlkVi4itt W1V HOCH DER Influcncoof Evil Company No happier homo In all the land Than Daytons could thoro bo His wife was always cheerful Ills children full of glee He waa always kind aud good And Konorous to the poor None he ever scorned lo turn With cold n 88 from his door Ho loved and served his Master And thanked htm ovory day For home and friends so loyal Upon his bright pathway His lands were broad and tortile Which lay near tho river fair And every fruit and flowor Graced his farm and garden rare His wife and littlo daughter Maud Would go each day to meet Father dear when comlnjj homo With welcome ever swoot Yes little bluo eyed Willlo Would laugh and shout with joy When he saw his papa coming home To carees his darling boy But listen reader dear Ive a story sad to tell Yes twas strontr drink tempted him Ttien the good man tell The meeting of an old frlond Had tempted him to drink Just to take a social glass And now stands on tho brink On the brink of eternal ruin Tho story old to tell For tho pleasure of a social glass The man his soul did sell House and land were mortgaged Yes his beautiful homo must go To pay the debt at the grog shops For now he drinks and gambles so To a dirty little tenant house His family now must go Where they look as much out of placo As tlioy would with fiends below Then littlo Willlo fell ill one day With a raging fever tossed He called in vain for his papa dear Who now to them seemed lost O I father come to me once more And take me on your arm Please papa tako mcback To the dear old homo on the farm The mother took his little hand Ab she bent oer his dying bed Her tear drops fell on the pillow Which cradled his aching head Mamma dear tell papa When hb comes home again That I wanted so much to tell him I love him just ho same Although nee sometimes cross And will not hear my prayers I hope wheu I go home to heaven My papa can come there For I have caded aud called him ilut he will not answer me But Im sure when you tell him That an angel came for me Hell be good and never scold You and little siRter sweet Or drive you out to earn his bread All In the cold and sleet Then his voice faltered His hands grew icy cold The sweat upon his forehead Were deatti marks easy told From the mothers cheeks there faded The roses in that hour of grief Her golden hair now silvered Sho faded like an autumn leaf Her heart was froze to ice Her face was sad to see O I alaa whou Dave comes home What will the meeting be His staggering stop she bears And shudders with a sigh I want some bread he swore As tire flashed from his eyes His wife in slenca took a knife And placed it in his hand Then brought a basket all in white And placed it on the stand He tore the cover In his rage But heaved a bitter sigh His darling boy cold in death Beneath the cover He Now take the knife and kill us all She cried as on her knees she fell For the sorrow we endure here To me is a living hell Oh Mary do forgive me In this hour of darkest woe 1 1 UOYSAUB FIQI ITERS KAISER The Poem 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real namo was A McGregor llose was a member of tho Montreal lie re Id staff He had boen in tho habit of writing verses upon dlfler ent subjecta and was looked upon as a very bright fellow indeed The city editor turning to him enid Give us a poem Gordon on the Em- Â¬ peror In less than an hours time he turned out thirteen verses which wero entitled by him Kaiser Co not Iloch der Kaiser Tho matter wia sent up to the printer just as it was written and by somo miBtako the foreman of the composing room only picked up eight verses in type leaving the other Ave verses on the galley The paper wont to press and Gordon who was veiy particular about his matter boing etrictly correct got one of the first copies off the press He at once saw the mistake and the form was recast not however before a few hun- Â¬ dred had been sent into tho mailing room for the foreign mails Thus tho fact that only eight verseii were copied in the papers which printed tho poem at the time In the second edition it was given in full and signed A M K Gordon Here is the poem in its origi- Â¬ nal form Â¬ Tho best material of which to make fighting soldiers is found in boys from sixteen to twenty one This is the ex Thcro pression of old commanders wero many caotalns In the Civil war DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY who weie under twenly years of ago Tbey were brigadier generals only twen ty one years old General Grant was under forty when bo entered the war Stonewall Jackson had won immortal fame at thirly olht and died at thirty Do you want an artiolo that nlno General Sheridan was a general at thirty Fitzhugh Leo was a major you cannot got in your own town general at twenty nine Alexander had but is hnndlod by a big concorn in conquered the world before ho was thirty three Napoleon becamo master LouiBvillo If bo drop a lottor of Egypt across tbe Alps and fought BtaUng your nooda to the battle of Marengo at thirty Youno men make the best soldiers Tho Civil war was fought by young men and boys ADDIE G DITTO 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helm of Mars Und care not for den thousand Czars Myself midt Gott I In act I humor efry whim The Twice aWskk CourierJournal is the equal of many dallies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good class matter more good class matter than any other Is sued Welnesday and Saturday A rood commis- Â¬ sion to agents Sample copies free on application Write to Iff- - nLvJUdi 6iYH MAGAZINE A LAMES MAGAZINE aenba to day or sand ic for latest copy 31 Lady agents wanted Sand for tarms Think With aspect dark and visile grim Gott pulls inn me und I mlt him Mystlf und Gott F R WILDER J8J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky Dont Toliarro Spit mid Suiule 1 our I Ifc Auiij To quit tobacco easily and forctcr t map netlc ffill of life ncrva und vigor take No To Bac the wnnder worlcer that makes weak men strong All ilnifglsta WTcortl Curu guaran teed llooltlet and sample free Address Sterling licmedy Ca Chicago or Kerr York the bitter Bufferings I now must under go O God forgive and hero Ill pledge My honor oer and oer And Willie dear Ill promise here That I will drink no more of m COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN QKT 5 A reaat Waatlfal colored eUtci faahlona 1 draaaraakinf acouomka fancy work houaahold talma fiction ate Sub- cj titc BY A Stylish Sellable Simple TJp-tu tsvnIHil wMMaMw g fcwcti r filing x apcr x aiicras C t HARDIN WILDER the ZDZEIsTTISTS Every Wednesday tmd Thursday after IN IRVINGTON Kourth Monday in Much Month Difficult work fucIi b Bridges and CrownB a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed SEWPUS toONE DOLLAR uid 1 lenil ui iik f lNudw will to oil tou tbU Cut this ad out Kn liruoTXD You iiikti riuuinat your frelvkt cu u ikjt icn exunlno II otuib freight l tf If you rind It aiactljr a depotaad Dearest rrpretnted cjual to organ that retail at UO0Ll0CvOtliggTealtTaluejrouMraawamirartielMrtuan MMr pay tho freight agent ar advrtUd by otnera at oriran w 1111 lew to 11 or M Tl aa fnltt ikartw 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Rabelais was the son of an apothecary Moltero was tho son of a tapestry maker Homer most illustrious of noets was at one time a beggar Demosthenes the most celebrated orator of antiquity was a cutlers son The great English preacher George Whitfield was the son of an innkeeper Thomas Woleey the English Cardinal and statesman was a butchers son Edmund Halley tho Euirlish astrono mor and mathematician was the sou of a soap manufacturer Virgil the great Jatln epic poet was the son of a potter HoraSe was a shopkeepers son Ilautus one of the Brcatist of Roman comic poets was the bor of a baker springtimes violets bloomed Oer the peaceful dead Soyen winter snows have draped Littlo Willies narrow bed And the father to his pledge kept true To the bar no more did go But sorrow on his face waa pennod His head was white as Bnow Sad memories marked with tears Ho neyer could forget But to his few remalniug year He prayed for courage yet That he might now redeem The days so long misspent And to his 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saw the ready to entertain It requires notkill to oper hardeat kind of Borvlce at the front is ate It and reproduce tho musio of bondj orchca Â¬ now requoutly troubled with rheuma imtru tru Yocallsta orThere la BTEAMEllB mental soloists tism I bad a severe attack lately be nothing like It for an eypnlnga entertainment says and secured a bottli of Chamber- Â¬ G RAGON Other to called talking machines reproduce only records ot subjects specially lains Pain Balm It did me eo much prepared In a laboratory but the araphophono F M Ryan Muter W A Dlihop Purior Is not limited to lucb performances good that I would like to know what On tho Oraphophono you can easily make and Instantly Great Oil Consumer yju would charge me for one dozon bot rcproduco records of the voice or any sound TARASOON Thus It constant awakens new Interest and Mr Anderson wanted it both for In 187IJ thoro only about 43000000 ties Its charm Is ever froth Tho reproductons are bia own uee and to supply it to his clear and brilliant Are tho beautiful Hata and Bon D L Fenny Muter L T Conner Porter gallons of petroleum Imported into Thoy are all s44 1 Great liritian or about 1210 gallons per friends and neighbors as every family aots kept in atock ieun GraHW Mies llanaf actused nnder the patents of ItelL Tatater should have a botlld of it in their homes creations bf the finest milliners CITY 1000 of population In 1807 the im Zdlsoo and Maodoaald OareatabUshmentla bead not only or rheumatism but lame back and they duplicate tho styloB worn B II Ballard Muter W B Newbell Parser 9unrtrra of the world for Talking Machines and porta had grown to 185000000 gallons Suppilts Write for catalogoa sprains awi lllnga cuts bruises and bums in Now York and in all tho groat 1 010 gallons or per 1000 of the popula COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dspt 30 D STAGGS For sale by fashion centers this Spring Why Hon and the value of the trade waa wry for which it is unequalled A Ii Fishor Cloverport 010 Penneylvania Avenue It A Bhell go away fvom homo to buy uturlv XJ 600000 sterling per anuum Daily exoept Saturday between Louisville Washington D O man Stephensport and Hew Amsttrdam Frelijht iblpped by thin Una dellTTd qulok New York Chicago Paris er than by nil Record Breaking Elevator Bt Louis Philadelphia will And tba oteamera u nnsur TrTlri can get such a beautiful I Washington Baltimore Buffalo puMd In eqnlpmeat and aooommodatloni The great G 1 H elevator Portland when you Boloctlon in Hats Bonnets Rib Tbe belt lallnarr ar mpIoyd as eooki and For Infants and Children one day recently took in tbreo hundred ii bond Ornaments and Decorations tbe man a Ii equal to that of tba but boUli The Kind You Have Always Bought thousand bushels of grain and discharg Â¬ at far less than city prices General omoei 176 and ITS 4th Avn LonlitUU ed into a steamship three hundred WHEN DOES YOUR SUB- w w HITB O Ii PJtNNY thousand bushels thus breaking tbe Doara the oopt SCRIPTIONTTO THE NEWS record of an elavator in tbe United Blgnaturo O V WiiiiAits T P A Btteo STEPHENSPORT KY OwwMboro JCy EXPIRE Many old Boldlera now feel tbe effects of tlio hard service endured duriiyr the war Mr Geo 8 Anderson of Rosa tliy Packet Line Louisvire and Evansville E jfKR oe Most fascinating inven Â¬ Always tion oJ tho Â¬ TELL ire P CASTOR A coggBi Spring Millinery t Mrs MBLAINE ri t P f naaJi JL iS Liffum lL rTPJTJ mfimmmmm JJ ffW1 JW Tnr- - - rj r r SyPFV TjTrTflPPiJIjf u lar Bnroli treasurer but I have forgotten the names of the dircctorc Mrs M W Stone shipped a basket of WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1899 Barred Plymouth Rcuk iggs to Mrs Simons of Tobinsport Ind last week FAULSOFROUGH She hopes they were received in good i t ji condition dnrtlonlng b tho order of the dny junt Mbb Liny Murphy of Nli ovo is slow Â¬ now ly recovering from a severe attack of Mack Peyton Is out again after a slego catarhal pneumonia Her life was des Â¬ monslcs paired of for a tinio but il is thought Albort Davison vent to Owencboro now that b1o may recover Breckenridge News l Leello Brack did that jar of pickles or Harris iafkoptrral bupy attending was it vinegar tench its destination in safoty The roads are so very rough I I failed to get my items for last week thought thore might have boon a wreck in tho mail as you wero only using one hand Miss Jennio Green will go to Louis Lafe Beauchamp has added another vlllo in May string to his bow or is it an old string Mr Casperko returned to Brandon just mended and tied on again Tho burt Saturday latter I think But if it is monded good Sqveral new casoa cf nieoales have de Â¬ and tied on tight it may be called n new veloped this week one Mies Vanna Overton beg your parMiss Gore Wiiiget was a guest at Mr don if I insulted you and am very sorry Stonos Monday Davla Ohambliss filled his regular ap if you were misrepresented in my items but such was the report though I am pointment Sunday glad to hear that the others have safely Miss Sallio Oleamons itock Vale has passed the limited tlmo aud are likely to a new sweetheart escape tho meaeled as I know they are A special train brought down some afraid of that disease pleasure Beckers Saturday It seems that tho horses In this com Leslie Brack was a guest at Mrs Kittio munity hae a propensity for falling Davisons Sunday afternoon down with girls when carrying large Miss Mary Peyton left Saturday morn baskets of eggs tho result of course in a genoral smash up followed by eggs ing to visit friends and relatives being served in every conceivable style Â¬ There are quite a number of applicain the homes of tho victims of these for the Union Oliapol school tions dreadful catastrophes Miss Cora Wiuget will doyoto her A little bird wafted to me the newB leisure to raising turkeys his year that a well known batchtlor contem- Â¬ Oharlio Stone of Louisville will make plates getting married soon He will a business trip to Chicago next week entertain his friends at a grand feast on that occasion I did not learn the nam Misa Abbie Owen colored of Shrctye of the fortunate young lady Possibly will visit her mother at FordsVille soon tho little bird will tell mo in its next Mr and Mrs John Eikridge and little budget of nowB if so I will add it to my Nossie Were guests at Mr Stones Sun Â¬ items in this column day Wedding bells those merry bells aro Charlie Casperkp of Brandenburg tinkling Bweotly softly like the gentle was the guest of Robert OUamblies last murmura of a little stream as it ripples week over its pebbly bed for Cupids archery is Miss Mary Peyton is just recovering very good his golden darts rarely miss from the measles sbu whb very ill for their aim and the little God is kept happily busy from earliest dawn till late awhile Robert Obambllfs nud Mr Casperko in the gloaming while the muBe of love went to Vordsville Friday on telephone idly tunes his wial harp with a face all wreathed in happy smiles well con- Â¬ business Mrs Sue Mercer and lutla Miss Willie tented with the work in hand Ohambliss were gumis atMr Stones Spains Greatest Need Monday Mr H P Olivia of Barcelona Spain Charlie RobertBon and daughter Miss Ella were guesta at Mrs Ohambliss spends his winters at Aiken S 0 Weak nerves had caused Bovero pains in the Saturday back of his head On using Electric Bit- Â¬ brothers sold their The Ohambliss ters Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve hogs and wheat lost week at the highest Remedy all pain soon left him He says market price this grand medicino is what his country The officers of this telephone line will needs All America knows that it cures hold anothor meeting quite soon possi- Â¬ liver and kidney troubles purifies the bly next Saturday blood tones up the Blomach strengthens Dr Preston Scott and several other the nerves puts vim vigor and new life Louisville gontlemen were guests oi Col into every muscle nerve and organof the body If weak tired or ailing you need Green last week Evory bottle guaranteed only 50 Bob Robereson of Olendeaue was the it Haynes Drug Â¬ guest of 0 VV Butter aud family of cents Sold by Short gists Shreve last Tuesday Messrs Leslie Brack Mack Peyton DUKES and W B Hendereon and others went to the Fine Knobs Sunday Beautiful weather Rev Aleck Whittinghill and family Farmers planting corn of Louisville are expected to visit Mrs Ohambliss and family quite soon Wave Rice had a log rolling Monday Col Green is thinking of taking off a No peaches for us this time but a fine largo drove of those pretty little Shet- Â¬ prospect for apples land ponies to sell sometime this spring Except bad colds and a few chills Tom Butler of Shreve has lately pur- Â¬ health is very good chased another nice farm He bought James Lay and wife went to Clover Steven Phillipps property sometime port shopping Thursday ago Oscar McGavock and sister Miss Lil Tom Butler of 8hreve contemplates lie went to Oannelton Tuesday erecting a larger store quite soon He Misses Margarette and Annie Saweon will use the old building for a furnitare visited in Oloverport Sunday store Mrs Mollie Hardinof Browns Bridge Mr and Mrs John Eskridge little Winget visited her parents Thursday daughter Flossie and Miss Cora Nate Starka and wife were guests of were guests of Mr and Mrs W H their son Dave and wife Sunday near Ohambliss Patesville Messrs Cooper Smith and Oarty with Well say there was a good many went M W Stone violins and guitar regaled and family with sweec music a few hours to Oloverport to see the great rhinocoros Gypsy and her baby Saturday evening Our Sunday school is progressing Quite a number of city people have A greater Interest has been fishing I nicely been down here enjoying the think ere long I may report another taken than ever before The nice showers Friday gave to the wedding possibly in my next Th6 officers of the social telephone already growing vegetation a renewed line are as follows Robert Ghamblis energy and desire to become full grown Tobacco plants are looking nicely and president Remus Burch secretary Tay- D Â¬ Â¬ loot weok L with favorably weather wil bo largo riage of his daughter MIfs Alco Mat enough to transplant by tho 15th of tingly to Mr Percy Ryan At throo Mny oclock the happy colipie beautifully at Tho woods aro groon again and all tirod in tho usual Spring style and asÂ¬ nattiro says forgot for a timo tho dismal sisted by Miss Hottle Ryan and Mr days of winter nud look upon and onj y Nathaniel Rice stood beforo the Rev Father Brey of Oloverport and wore the beautiful infaut of the Buusons in the holy bonds of matrimony Rnv Bncad preachrd here thu fourth united Sweet strains of both vocal aud instru SundHy Brother Snoad always tackles help mental music sn with Ills full powor It is as useless cheor the youngwore tendored to after couple Shortly for sin to try to escape judgoment as to tho ceremony they left for the home of try to compromiso with him the grooms father Mr Thomas Ryan Tho hawk is getting hts sharo of tho whero thoy were royally entertained by young country chickens as usual this n host of friends and relatives Both spring and it is any thing but pleasant parties are highly respected and aro of to the farmors wife after wearying with excellent families May they always be hor hens to have her chicks picked up happy without leavo or licenBo carried off and eat without Bait or pepper A Narrow Escape If the women of every town and vot Thankful words written by Mrs Ada ing precinct of our good commonwealth E Hart of Groton S D Was taken would got up a liquor petition as did tho witli a bad cold which settled on my noble women of Stephensport tho great- Â¬ lungs cough Bet in and finally terminat Â¬ est curse of a great nation would soon be ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave extinguished Lot tho tender hearted me up saying I could livo but a short and loving women como to tho front timo I gave myself up to my Savior Dukes is a dry town when it comes to determined if I could not stay with my whisky The people are sober and friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ industrious and if a drunken man is sent ones above My husband was ad over seen on its streets ho Burely got the vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery bug juice some where else Adams ale for consumption coughs and colds I is the ono favorite drink of its inhabi Â¬ gavo it a trial took in all eight bottles tants and they are a robust healthy race It has cured me and thank God I am of people subject only at tluns to short Baved aud now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ Trial bottles free at Short Hay Â¬ fits of colic caused from cooking beans man nes drug store Regular siza 50c and in lime Btone water 100 Guaranteed or prico refunded Â¬ of Louisville of News Boys Band which sho and her Bister Miss Emma Arnold Moslcy are tho composers For Sale Bicycle In good condition You will now seek a good investment for vour savins Tlo best known nvestment is improved Itoal Estate Secure your ground and write to Double tubo tires wood rims gear 08 weight barrel hubH upturned handle bar 124 lbs 1260 An excellent machine All kinds of repairs 0 O Lewis Stephousuort Q lite n number from here will attond tho Southern Baptist Conyention which meets in Loulsvlllo this weok Among them are Mrs M Bluin Mrs A Craw Â¬ Long Distance Telephone 494 ford and daughter Miss Ida Mr and Mrs R W Vaughn and children and Mrs E II Miller The Southern Baptist Convention will bo something well worth our time to attend as nil tho noted Baptist divines of the south will bo there It has been about twenty years since the convention last met in Loulsvlllo and will probably be as long a time before it is again bo near us Tke Vr i5 Over JP WILL COMPANY FOR PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etc LOUISVILLE KY Make a Deposit In the Bank New Ready Made Ladies Skirts Ladies Summer Corsets 30c India Linen 2c Ladies Vests former price 10c only 4 c Ladies Black Seamless Hose 5c In Constipation HEitUINE affords a natural healthful remedy acting promp ly A few small doses will usually be found to so regulate the excretory funct- Â¬ ion that they are able to operate with- Â¬ out any aid whatever Price CO cents A R Fisher Of the Money you Save on every purchase at our store and you will get rich in a short time The Coming of Spring TENNYSON IN IN HtMORlAM scnuly is IllooCt Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathar tics clean your blood and keep it clean by Btirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- from today Eurities pimples the body Begin blackheadsto boils blotches and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Caiearets beauty for ten cents All drug gistb datisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c SHREVE KY A Thresher Feeder Li the separator The feeding apron stops and starts automatically and the1 feeder can be stopped while the separator is in full motion It is held rigidly in place when attached to the separator frame and its adjustable Supports keep it always per Â¬ fectly level This Self feeder is designed for the feeds either bound or loose grain evenly and steadily without waste or litter and completely regulates itself to the speed of that has eery advantage of efficiency convenience and economy over all other feeders is the Nlchols Shepard Self feeder It t NICHOLS SHEPARD SEPARATOR Large illustrated catalogue that tills all about the Nichols Shepard Sepa rator and its im proved attach ments and the Nichols Shepard -- I x m Mtiniywi umnpvnii littk Creek Utcli t Liinch Koui Traction Engine mailed free ii WW Ha we NASHVILLE TENN H mmw tun I1MW Miss Annie Coy has the measles Clint Walkers little baby is very ill Miss Ruth Walker Fordsvillo has the measles Miss Nannie Shrove went to Owens boro shopping Lee Stone is recovering from a severe attack of measles 0 W Butler lost a fine young Hol stein cow last week Miss Bertha Phillips was the guest of tho Misses Murphy Sunday Quite a number went from here to the show at Fordsvillo Saturday Miss Abbie Owen colored contem- Â¬ plates visiting Fordsyille soon Miss Nannie Tuttle of Fordsville was the guest of her parents last weok Mrs Luther Shrove was the guest of Steven Phillips and family Friday Miss Sallio Clemmons Rock Vale was last winter the guest of her sister ovor night Fri Â¬ Thank you and If you please are day not meat and bread but make an ex- Â¬ Miss Nannie Shreve and John Smith cellent sauce were quietly married at the home of tho Just as many of us as can will go to bride tho Sunday school Convention at Web Â¬ Mrs 0 W Butler and daughter-in-laster May 20th have about three hundred and fifty Mrs Will Brown of Frankfort is young chickens making an extended visit to her mother Mrs Henry Godsey and children Mrs G Richardson visited her mother Mrs DuiT nea L A Foote was up in Meade county Sulphur Springs last week Saturday evening giving Thos Cain a Washington Mathews of Glendeane lesson on the care of bees Mrs is the guest of his sister-in-laMothor Goose said that when a man Losson Mathews and family marries his troubles begin eo consider Mrs Stevon Phillipps daughter and young man I think it is the other way son Miss Bertha and Mr Raymon went Mr and fcMre T 1H Hardaway of to Fordsville shopping Wednesday Guston visited Mrs Hardaways parÂ¬ Tom Butler haB only planted forty five ents Mr and Mrs D 0 Johnson Sun Â¬ acres of corn bo is not half done plant- Â¬ day ing yet on account of so much rain Misses Ellon Munford and Maude Ad Pey- Â¬ kisson of Guston and Miss Partridge of Wbatham Henderson and Mack ton Falls of Rough went to Sbort Creek Irvington were guests of Mrs Piggott Saturday night and Sunday Sunday to call on some young ladies There was no preaching in the fore- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Sam Parsons and child- Â¬ guests of Mrs noon or League in the evening Saturday ren of Mackville were on account of rain The Sunday school Ohambliss of Falls of Rough last woek Tom Butler recently sold a hundred was rained out Sunday morning and Altogeth Â¬ and twenty acres of white oak and poplar very few were out at church to Jack Howard for a good round er we have bad plenty of rain and would timber be glad for the sun to shine sum Stephensport people mays done a Mr and Mrs Tom Butler and little wjimen noble thing and I givei children Mollie Eva and Charlie were three cheers for the parFtjyy tookjjS guests of Mr and Mrs James Shrevo the ridding their town of wglskey Trie Sunday saloon is an evil so plain to be seen that Mrs Butler has roasting ear corn half a strange thing that we have to a foot high and a very fine early garden it is fight it at all We want it out of our She has finished setting out sweet town and district and anybody and potatoes aud early cabbage everybody come to Webstor tho 20th Sam Combs is severely ill Dr J W and help Bo sure to come and help Meadow is the attending physician Dr Golden Rod Dempstor of Glendeane was called in consultation with Dr Meadow last week Coughed 25 Yean I thitak young men the Fisber may I suffered for 25 years with a cough catch the Whalen though you who are and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ so fortunate as to think you may be able tors and for medicine to no avail until I to purchase a Whalen for fifteen cents used Dr Bells This will bo alright if you dont get left I remody makes weak lungs strong William Cunningham died very sud has Baved my life J B Rosell Grants denly Wednesday morning at two burg 111 oclock with heart disease he leavos a STEPHENSPORT wife and one child to mourn his loss Tne remains were laid to rest in the Pleasant Grove cemetary W 0 Blaln was in town Sunday E Miller was in Hardinsburg Monday BALLTOWN G W Payne is very ill at this writing William DlgifJ is out of town on busi- Â¬ Miss Maggie Bates who has been sick ness is improving Services in the Baptist church next Some tobacco was planted in this Sunday vicinity Saturday Floyd Miller ot Henderson was in L M Mullen and wife spent Sunday town Sunday at F B Rices Tar Fork Miss Mary Allen of Ohenault was In Quite a delegation from here attended town Tuesday the circus at Oloverport Friday Godfrey Haawell of Hardinsburg Miss Pearl Fella Addison was here spent Sunday with his wife last week trying to seciiro a fall term of Mrs 0 0 Lewie daughter and Master school She was the guest of Mies Ida Palmer Lewis aid visiting in Loulayille Fiank while here Mr and Mrs Marlon Thomas spent a W N Pate shipped a bunch of stock week recently with her parents in last weok and made thirty five cents on the transaction A small profit but yet Indiana Nobis Is not discouraged As tho correspondent is somewhat in Last week In the items from this place disposed this week the items will havo appeared a notice of the death of Mr to be excused for looking pale Lane Woods of neai Glendeane I am Had you thought of it that it Is no glad to announce this week that it was a trouble to get a puff in the paper con Â¬ false report but am sorry that such frriao cerning most any one as there is no law rumors reached the Nxws columns gainst writing your own puff and then On list Tuesday evening May 2 the yon are sure of it home of R 0 Watttagly was tho scene Misi Blanche day Moeelyis selling ol a phenomenal affair It was the mar quite ft pretty song dedcated to the w w Now fades tho lost faint streak of snow Now burgeous overy mazj of quick About the flowering squares and thick By ashen roots the violets blow BEWLEYVILLE Now rings tho woodland loud and long The distance takes a lovelier hue Farmers planting corn And drownd in yonder living blue Overton Blanford went to Louisville The lark becomes a sightess song Friday Now daucu the lights on lawn and lea Mrs 0 L Basham went to Hardins Tho flocks are whiter down tho val- burg Sunday And milkier every milky sail Miss Lulu Nunnelley will b 3 down in On winding streams or distant sea time for the wedding From land to land and in my breast Spring wakens too and in my regret Jim Morton of Louisville is down for Becomes an April violet a stay of several days And buds and blossoms like tho rest Miss Dessie Bell of Concordia is vis Â¬ ing the Misses Beavin A Urcat School Mrs Tom Payne is visiting hor daugh Â¬ In this issue will be found tho adver Â¬ ter Mrs Oharlie Gross tisement of Schwartz School Louisville Miss Mary Keith is homo from a Ky Mr Geo W Schwartz the principleasant visit to Miss Mary Payne pal of this successful school is the author Mrs W J Piggott and children were of tho leading and only practical work visiting in Hardinsburg last weok on bookkeeping in print All the commercial and shorthand Soja beans and peasl Just mention branches are taught by mail by methods them and we are in a lively discussion 10 years of Miss Mary Paul has returned from a bo simple that children but to her sister Mrs Smith of Gus age are making remarkable progress visit Special low rates are offered to those ton who Bend for catalogues at once Here Moorman Hardaway will leave this is a splendid chance for teachers and week for Minot North Dakota Success upper grade pupils to improve their to him spare time during vacation and without A large number of young apple trees leaving home Read their advertise Â¬ prove to be killed by the severe cold of ment in another column Scream Cloth 4c Val Laco 2c per dozen yards and up Ladies S1iaw1b in all colors for evening wear worth 100 Lawns l 2c French Organdies 1212c Ladies Kid Shoes patent tip 82c Gents Suite worth 8500 for only Ladies Parasols 4t9c 50c 250 IN THE OTHER DEPARTMENTS Of our Store you will find Equally as Low Prices marked on Matting Carpet Paper Tinware Wll P per Groceries Saddlery Hardware Especially on our Beautiful Line of Sofas Furniture Queensware Â¬ That we have Bargains too numerous to mention That we have Screen Doors and Windows ready to hang up That we have Screening we sell by the yard BEAR IN MIND That we want 20000 pounds of Wool for which we will pay the highest price BEAR IN MIND BRING US YOUR COUNTRY PRODUCE Punctuation What a great difference in the mean ing of a sentence a misplaced comma can Take tho following for ex make ample Â¬ Â¬ NOTHING HANDSOMER IN THE MILLINERY LINE up-to-da- te Tho goods aro new Btylish and strict- Â¬ James my husband is a very sick Can bo found in three counties ly Hats trimmed by Miss The prices aro all right man Is a very sick Georgia Unsel whose taste and expertness are well known Jsnie my husband man The following bit of perverse punctu- Â¬ ation was perpetrated by an English compositor What the author meant to say can be ascribed by a rearrangement of the punctuation marks Caesar entered ou his head his helmet on his feet armed sandals upon his brow there was a cloud In his right hand his faithful sword in his eye an angry glare saying nothing he sat Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph down Bridge Building by Electrical Machln big- - szFZKinsra- - kts ery at Budapest entirely by means of electrical machinery The iron girders used as piles to keep the water back A bridge of 000 feet span is being erected W from tho excavations for the shore pil- Â¬ lars were driven in by an electric ram Tho ran was a hammer rising 34 feet which a velocity of 12 ftet per second Tiie spoil out of the hole was raised by an electric windlass The water was removed by seven centrifugal pumps working day and night Tho 5 inch diameter pumps were driven by 10 horse power motors the 8 inch by 10 horse power and one 0 inch by a 20 horse power motor Scientific American A Wonderful Family There are living today six brothers and sisters whose descendants are al- Â¬ most numerous enough to people a small town The father of these prolific children was a man of the name of Webb the fltBt settler in the Cumberland distiict of Kentucky which Is now almost en- Â¬ tirely peopled by his offspring The youngest ch id can boast a total of 100 who owo their existance to him Ho 60 has 11 children 75 grandchildren greatgrandchildren and 30 of tho next By blood and affinity there generation aro no fewer than 12000 people in Ken tucky which 1b beyound dispute the laigest In the world Â¬ During Court Week You will want the freshest Vegetables the most select variety of Canned Goods the Purest Groceries on the market Â¬ Pine-Tar-Hon- Â¬ Gome to Our store for whatever you want in this line You will find the goods the best and the prices the lowest Strawberry Ice Cream quart ot cream one quart of strawberries oue pint of sugar Mash tho strawberries and sugar together and let them stand one or two hours Add the cream rub through a strainer Into a freezer and fret ze Or the cream can be made the same us the vanilla cream aud when half frozm the whole berrhs stirred in Ono Eclipse Paying Colonics The French colonies now take from the home country about 42 per cent of their total imports while tho British colonies obtain about 40 percent of their total imports from the home country Thrifty Farmers Wm Brown and Tar fork have each ready for setting report the planting th James Keenan ot six acres of ground of tobacco They to exceed last year Kind Yon Grocery Store HAEDINSBURG i OAMTOXIXA Bm jfT -- JCENTUqKY Haw Ahrayi BwU kjyyhi- k v ssMsa muiwmmimfaima SUNDAY I Crawford will also be in our parly an have our ctly hall or ono just Hko it much tardiness in tho usual early plant other Jo ly sensible woman who will They can find room out on the stroot Ing for their crowds that go to publla enter- Â¬ Tho Lithrgrapli Rock Co la putting add to our pleasure much disappointed to tainments but thoy havedt got a room up a now building at base of quarry Wo are very doors that is worth a copper Thoy no doubt have discovered n payinir know Marcella Bembrlch will not slug in Mrp W K Barnes and Misa Leila rock but other artists are engaged Kincheloe who have been shopping in Harry K Ditto attended tho Derby We al regrel exceedingly to hear that dayn have Discuss Interest Mrs Phillip Noel has beon very ill at Louisville for several purchased areturn Â¬ last week Tho last heard of him be Workers Will beau was singing Up Against tho Real ed home Miss Leila her home in lower Meade tiful parlor set and n lino organ Thing Now ing Subjects Mrs 0 G Moreincn and daughter MIssTula Daniel comes next Friday Jno T Ditto la hero for a few days Miss Llnnie aro In IjoulsyHle for the Ho will to attend tho annual meeting of tho visit with father and brothers The Program Embraces Some Live My Ftstival and to visit relatives Womans Missionary society in Lebanon no doubt have n fox hunt whllo be Mis Thos H Ditto and Htllo Virgin- Â¬ Ky district and Irom thenae to Nash Â¬ lingers about tho neighborhood Topics ia will eDJoy the Baptist Convention ville to attend the meeting of tho Wom Discontinuing the postofilce here this week as well as n visit to relatives ans Board of Missions through the summer season makes it The following is the program of the Normal will givo a May Brandenburg Brockanrldjo County Sunday School a littlo inconvenient to get tho mall as parly on June 1st at Sulphur Well IRVINGTON it all goes to Brandenburg now Association to be held at Irvington Ky fea- Â¬ A maypole and other interesting Thursday June 8th 1690 i Mr Wm Baskett is well pleased with tures MOItNINO BBfBIOU If in neod of dental work of any kind his new homo Ho is a thoroughly self Let up only pity individuals wlosay call on Dr Rial at Hhelman Cos May mado man deserving of much credit lor 030 a m Oponlng Song We dont care for bucIi music as the 17th and 18th All work warranted Prayer portion of life and theso worldly goods I Thoy aro to be Welcome Address Rev Jas T Lewis festival will Vve Tho young people of this town are acquired by constant hard knocks and pitied Response R T McGuflln contemplating an outing and picnic to rightly thinking Mrs J At McGehcos swept lines In tho Tar 8prings in tho near future Music Tho new distillery at tho old mill on 1015 a m The Christian Culturo of last issue brought up many fond memo Â¬ Dr G W Rial tho Cannelton dentist the road to Brandenburg is turning out Childhood What it Is and- who Is re ries I knew and loved well that de- Â¬ will be in Irvington on his second some few gallons and tho boys pronounce parted friend sponsible for it Mrs R M Joly monthly visit Wednesday and Thuraday it as good as any to work on the head of Work and Association 10 A5 a m We are all begging Mies Jen Hardin May 17th and 18th tho family aa Sam Jones Louse how it helps the Individual Sunday to p with us to Louisville Mies Jen is Irvington is to enjoy another boom Some enterprising business gentlemen Secretary Scliool Prof E A Fox State tho finest jolllest companion for a trip this year W A Brown Is making ex- - are plying a little boat on the riyer mak Â¬ Music one can have tensivo additions to his store Several ing round trip a week supplied with a 1115 am Reports of Schools Pledges Dont forget tho donation at the Bap Â¬ new cottages aro to be erected and a new general merchandise stock of goods and collection tist Parsonage the Ihuradtiy after the church for the Cumberland Prerbyteri They seem to be doing some business Music third Sundry in this mouth by Bro aus is contemplated Irom notice ot purcliaso that was seen Benediction Duvalls three churches Dr Rails professional visits will be last Sunday RIBMOtf AFTKItNOON By kind Invitation I will be the guest tho third Wednesday of every month 115 p m Music McQUADY of Miss Lena Neyitt at Mrs Sheneos in He can be consulted at Shelman CoV Prayer Louisville and of Miss Mabel Hnrkin at He has had twonty five years experience What we need in the Bn ckenridgo of Jefler We had a splendid rain Saturday and and does first class work at reasonable county Sunday School Work T J her aunts Mrs John Radlry sonville Sunday rates and guarantees satisfaction Jolly Tho marriuga of Mr Howard Sanders The farmers are about through plant- Â¬ 145 p tn How to meet the need for One of tho needed improvements here N DHuy and Miss Katherlno Berrymao at Louis- Â¬ is tho creation of the triangle park to ing corn better teachers F ville was of interest to Brandenburg run from a point near the depot through General Discussion Health in this community is very good society as the groom and his sisters are the commons in front of the business at present Music 230 p m How to conduct a Primary relatives of Mrs Lou Moremon and haye houses Such a park would add beauty Little Myrtle Bland has just recovered often visited here and aro vry popular to the town and enhance property Class Mrs Bate Herndon from an attack of measles How to enlist the church 3 p hi have done an immense values Farmers Knrlz Simmons of Webster is work- Â¬ membership T B Henderson amount of work and are making heroic ing for Sam Bland this year and efforts to gain what was ljst to them by 330 p m Punctuality ita value Tho Fortnightly Club of the Irvington Henry Simmons and his cousin spent how secured Rev A II Davip the wet weather The growiDg wheat is Bay View Circle will meet with Mrs Tuesday night at Sam Blands 4 p m Treasurers Report coming out wonderfully and the pros Piggott May Cth at 2 p m Election of offieors pects are irood for an average yit Id Ollio Cobb one of our merchants went Respond to roll call Mubic Never doubt an overullng Providence French n ritera and sketches followed to Louisville Thursday on business Adjournment Dr Warner Shacktetr a successful by Spanish Vistas discussed by circle Walker and Scott Brown went to Jefl KVENIMl SESSION and which by ita bright touches and exquie Mattinglvs last Sunday to play ball young physician of Garnettsvill 740 p m Music Mies Florence Rose of El zibethlown Ite glimpses has opened the eyes of our Kurtz Simmons who cut his foot some Prayer Warner circle to the beauty and romance of this time ago with an ax is able to be at will unite hands and hearts Introductory Jno P Haawell Jr was my six foot pupl in musc and was obscure nation and given us a broader again Address Prof E A Fox State Secre- Â¬ a courteous most genl fnianlv y ung and more tolerant view of existing con work Mrs Addio Brown with her nephew tary roan in whom 1 have always frit much ditions R H Simmons spent last Thursday at Music interest I am glad to know that he is Last meeting with Mies McGlothlnn W R Moormans Sunday School in tlm county is getting to the top and lias chosen a wise Each Article read was particularly enjoyable requested to send one or more delegates helpmeet Henry Simmons after spending a History of the by Mis3 Adkisson attend pleasant week with his uncle Austin and all are cordially invited to Mr Burton and Frank Martin went to Bourbon Jlome In Spain was of special V G Bahhaue Prest Brown returned home to Jay excellence Louisville to hnnr Sam Jones I Hir Clint Hook Secy Little Mary Brown received a hand Paper by Misa Greenwood Details will hear him at Hanlinshurg I am Bomu present last week It wasn fine only sorry I cannot hear evry sermon and Meaning of a Catholic Service was DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL doing more to crush sutan and full of information and highly enjoyed painting of four of our great battle ships He is R H Simmons one of the Louisville save souls than any other man in the since the service la so little understood Hardlnsburg Young Folks Enoy Legion boya who served in Porto Rico world Hes utterly fearless Show by non Catholics Happy Event Not tho least feature of our meetings came downlast Sunday to visit hiB aunt me another Sam P Jones that attacks satan and his strongholds as this the are the Minutes which deserve Bpecial Addie Brown IIaiimnbiiuho Ky May 5th lSlis only original evangdist extant Any mention since thiy are always original Some of the charming young ladies One o the most delightful occasions that imitation of him is a failure bright and entertaining characteristic of and gentlemen of this community were the y ing people of this place ever en entertained at the home of Austin I thank Cloverport for requesting the our worthy secretary joyed ma the social iven by Miss Eula Hourier Now let us have a full attendance May Brown in honor of his nephew Henry Journal to publish The Belfry Mills In honor of fier attractive cuesf th Simmons by X P WilliF I ke CI jver Arthur kWheatley furnished Miss i allie Iightfout of Ilaweaville last port bad not rend it for yarr and it the music Thurc my evening LONG BRANCH brought up a flood of memories N P SINKING CREEK MoC of the young puople went out in Willis married my husbands favorite buggiH and as the road was in good conaunt Nellie Grinnell and at the poets F Ditto Sr seems not bo well in last dition and the weather cool and pleasant Lots of ran btautiful home Idiewild on the Hud few weeke there was nothing to do but to enjoy on my huslutid when a Farmers are very busy planting corn by memoriz W H Henderson visited some friends oneself Ah it was dark and some did Byron Johnson purchased a new organ ed that poem and has often rdcited it for in the Cedar Grove neighborhood Sun not exactly know the way one of the J oo jucuoy is quite ill with the mea- Â¬ mo It if indeed the poets besf t flort day young ladies wanted to strike a match to sles Miss Anna Bickerstaff has been on the see where they were Every one seemHaryie Wood was the guest of his best HARDINSBURG sick Hat but is convalescing at this writ- Â¬ girl laat Sunday ed to take a delight in listening to the ing Mattlngly the artist is at Webster beautiful music so well rendered by The H X Collegj wll give a comnow taking pictures Miss Anna Gardiner Dr Llghtfoot and will be an apple crop galore There Malcolm Robertson was the guest of Lewis Kincheloe and the many games mencement in June judging from the amount of bloom pre- Â¬ his mother last Sunday Ed Gutherle went ap last Thursday sented which were played Misa Pearl Johnson was in Irvington The feature that was appropriate and and took in the Derby Ben Withers had a great fox chare shopping last Monday Come in and pay your subscription which everyone seemed to enjoy moat Saturday with his notorious pack of Ray Kennedy was the guest of Misses was the elegant lunch perved just before We will receive the money Nanny and Pearl Johnson Sunday hounds Marcus Mattiugly of Kirk has sold the party took its departure MissLoma Kennedy was the guest of Will LaGrand ia farming corn land on Those who were present from a dis Â¬ out his store to Sherran Bros the A Ditto Jr place in tho bottom Miss Lena Bandy one day last week The County Funday fchool Conven Dr Llghtfoot and wife of tance were Bouquets are all the go If you dont this season Ilaweaville and Misa Ida Gardiner of tion will he held nt Irvington Jun 8 believe it just ask Miss Nannie Johnson Irvington Those present from town The Kentucky heating force is doing Fresh bread and the best assorted lienrv libson of Lodiburg was the were Misses Maggie Baker Anna cakes to bo had nt the Eclipse Grocery some work up at Willowdalo about four guest of hi brother near Irvington bun- Gardiner Settie Morton Ella and Deulah day Mr Walker the dentist is hpre t hia miles east of here Hook Meears Frauk Board Harold week He has an office with Dr H Q Miss No V Board has returned home The nice rain of Saturday and Sunday eeka visit with her aunt Beard Taylor Bahhage Lewis Kincho Board will give a big boom to vegetation arxL 1VSSMB JJ L1D nanjpanuy loe IN y mo ml Meador Allen Siminona James HarriB brightened up the liar make the farmers happy p Tona McCoy was seen going toward Chas Scott and Edward Dillon dinaburg Hotel last week with a fre8h wonuor Your town ia not the only one that naruinsDorg last Saturday Miss Eula entertains well and seems coat of paint has a building boom Brandenburg has what his attraction is down there to know just how to make everybody Miss Eula Kennedy is visiting her sis-Â¬ During the absence of P M Beard two business buildings under bead way feel at home and have a good time ter at Webster and has the measles Lewis Kincheloe is in his place with b The farmers are hustling in their corn We hope ahe wilU ecover Boon so wo can F Beard A Co to beat the band The late spring lias have her back in our midst BRANDENBURG Misa Maggie Scott has been in Louis-Â¬ ville Beveral weeks visiting her sister Misa Hicks will have her entertain Mrs Ed Beard ment Saturday May 20 th allace Bahhage has the agency for Mrs G II Casperke has taken season the Kontucky laundry an institution ticketa for the May Festival Mies Ten Hamilton entertained the that does first class work Mr and Mrs Gus Shellman returned young people last Friday night home last Saturday from a weeks visit Mies Daisy Mclntire is In Lousville io to relntives at Stephensport attend the May Music Festival There are a lot of fellows in the conn Mrs Louisa Fontaine will attend the try now with a dollar thats burning Baptist Convention in Louisville their nockets waiting for an excursion paid to the Not much attention is Mrs J W Lewis ia visiting in Owens No Torture Equal to the first ayrnptomB of Eczoma often it la not long but Uardinahurg nlay bring in a good boro will return today Wednesday Ins to Hon anc before tho little redness beet crowd during Circuit court Some of beginning and will Mrs Bland has returned from Bedford Itching and Burning of burn to This Is but thetorture almost unen- Â¬ the fallows havb to come then or go lo Buffering and lead Ind her sister Mrs Cresaap is better jail durable It ia a common mistake to regard Society at The Christian Contributor a roughness and redness of the skin aa Mssos Bula and Wattle Hook enter- Tills Fearful Disease merely a local irritation it is but an indica Mrs Goughs was a most phaaant affair tained a number of ynung folks from tion or a humor in tho blood- - or ionium 1 W Lewis is at home after an al towiiiixt week at their home in the Enznmii which tn morn than akin dean and can hot bo reached bv local appll eonce of a month or two on a buaineiB country cations of ointments salves etc applied to the surface Tho disease itself tho real cbubo of tho trouble fs in tho blood although all Buffering is produced trip Wm Henslty has bought enough to Â¬ through tho akin tho only way to reach tho disease thoreforo is through Littlo Fannie Nevitt had a flno trip to tho blood ll tcco thla HMt sn to fill three large warn Louisville to see Itiilldlo Bills great Mr Phil T Jones ot Mixersvillo Ind writeit housS Thla is more than is uaually shoiw I had Eczoma thirty years and after a great deal BaAifwrn Wr put up hro of treatment my leg waa bo raw and sore that it gave ma lost Sun lay No preaching in town constant pain It finally broke into a running sore and Mrs Wlnehrlrnr r rpnio down from began to spread and grow worse For tho past fire or Singing iu the evening at the M K Louisville last week ard will remain c years given up I havo suffered untold agony and hadas church here while her husband Is engaged in I havo all hopo of ever being free from tho disease linpn treated bv loma of the best nhvsiaians nnd have Mrs W D Howard Mrs Fannie the tobacco business taken many blood medicines all in vain With littlo Bonduraut formed a party to Louis v1 lie The murder trial from Ohio county faith left I bogan to take B B S and it apparently last week will be called today As the rase lies mado the Eczema worse but I know that this waB tho Continuing J T Ditto is hero enjoying single bl ss been contlnuul for povernl terms tl ere way tho remedy got rid of tho poison B H 8 tho sore healed up entirely tho Bkfn bocama ednees A Kentucky girl baa no charm will likly be a trial at this term nlnnr nnrl smooth and I waa cured nerfeotlv for him Alas i Rev II f Honk has bBn called o Eczema is an obitlnato disease and oan not bo ourod by a remedy whloh hi Some of our boys who went from here the pastorate of the Presbyterian church only a tonlo Swifts Speolflo to enjoy Derby Day are uot anxious to at Dukes Hancock county He preach go again soon el there laat Saturday and Sunday li superior to other blood remedies becauao It cures diseases which they oaa Misses Virginia Rbodea and Bailie Rev J W Blgbara returned from not reach It goea to the bottom to tho cause of the dlseaac and will euro ia what other treatment CBarch are visiting in Louisville and w II Hickman lost Saturday Ho ha no tho wont case of Eczema no matterto bo free from potash has failed or It any mercury the only blood remedy guaranteed further engagement at present in rnvi- - other mlnerrJ and never fails to cure Eczema Scrofula Contagious Blood epjoy tho May featlyil Wbh Florfno Anderson of Gtuton will val work and will be at home- for pome- - Poison Oanoer Tetter Rheumatism Open Sores Ulcers Bolli eto Insist i upon 8 8 B nothing can tako Ita place I co with us to the music festival and we time Book on these diseases will be mailed free to any addresa by Swift Spo- glad to haye her Mrs Mary i Down at Cloverport they would like to aro W J clila Company Atlanta Georgia j SCHOOL Â¬ Clothing Hats and Shoes eGO TO THE U Green Flag Bargain Store We have also a complete stock of Dry Goods and Groceries The latest styles and the best qualities we are now offering at the Lowest Prices Â¬ Bring Us Your Wool and Get Highest Market Price FREE Given 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