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EaKHWMSS y g W VtIPWHIP THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THR NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 4 VOL XXIII TOBACCO CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1899 SALGS NO 44 A PRETTY WEDDING Representatives Urcckcnrldgc Weed Coinmindlng Qood Prices at Louisville The following Bales of Breckoiiridge MILLER ENDORSED Delegates Vote For Him at the Convention ovuRconn by moat Tuesdays Weather Tod HotPor riayhnll The extremely hot went her olyster day proved too much for J A Muyball While he was at work on the new liouoo owned by R N Hudson he was over cntno by the heat and had to be taken home Ob WAS A DRY OLD TOWN Clovcrport Was a Temperance Town on Sunday The Orand - f5 40 425 035 J R Kennedy 080 0 00 335 W A Stin Â¬ May det Tho Attorney Generalship Nomination nett 200 M T Stinnett 7 50 S4 75 The Cain Blanford Nuptials Well J A Carman 000 5 00 Attended The Republican county convention woe called to order at the Court House last Saturday altcrnoon by Chairman The Uowleyvillo correrjpomlent nays Kiucheloo Despite the voiy inclement weather we It was understood beforehand that tho had one of iho prettiest weddings ever convention would not instruct for Judge in the Methodist church hero Wed Â¬ Been Pratt for the reason that the county had nesday evening Roy Cain and Mips a candidate of its own in the person of Mry Ulan lord were married at 8 oclock R N Miller who wants to bo Attorney Bro Wall on purforniliig the ceremony Fletcher BUuford and Miss L na Druiy Ohio County Murderer Convict- Â¬ General Col John P Haswell Jr was elected Pierce llanlawuy and Miss illiuiohe ed at Circuit Court permanent chairman and in his speech Jolly and Overton Dlnnfurd and Miss he congratulated the convention upon Florence Cain wete attendants Tne I In fact that the county was under ladies were lovoly in whito muslin with white trimmings while the gentlemen His Aunt Stood by Him to The Bitter Republican rule which had reduced the public debt from 24000 to 12000 He were attired in the accustomed black End Bald that the fall campaign would bo As the party inaicned to the alter the conducted upon State lines and pre Â¬ bride was attendtd by Miss Florence dicted that a Republican legislature Cain while Overton Blanford waa the grooms best man Mrs Pigrfott render Â¬ YThe Smith murder case which was would be elected He denounced the Goebel bill in ed the wedding march in her best style tried on a change of venuo from Ohio After the marriage the party were enter- Â¬ county at the Hardinsburg Circuit Court strong terms Clint Hook was elected secretary and tained at the home of the brides this week occupied liur days Smith got a sentence of ten years in parents an elegant upper having been The brny party with a few the penitentiary On the first trial he prepared other friends dinedaCthe homeVf the received eleven years The history of the case is as follows grooms parents Thursday Mr and Mrs Cain were the recipients of many Lewis Franklin who came to Ohio county about eleven years ago was considered nice presents quite a bully At a negro festival held at Sulphur Springs in November 1807 Roy Cain the groom in one of Breck he and Smith had an altercation Smith enridgo eountys heat joiiDg men Al Â¬ was of Blight build weighing about 115 though he is young in yeais he bus the pounds Both men were drinking and in wisdom of age and during his short busi Â¬ the fight Smith stabbed Franklin in the ness career has altuiued a prestige that v r neck it takes most men u life time to achieve The murderer is a member of the Fitz He has a splendid sense of honor and hugh family at one time one of the his splendid qualities of head and heart wealthiest and best known families in and love have won for nim the respect Ohio and Breckenridge county of all The case developed a remarkable in- Â¬ Ilia bride is one of the moat charming stance of family loyalty Mrs Fitzhugh and accomplished women in the county the aunt of the defendant when the and her sweet personality her many flue murder was committed had a lucrative attributes has endeared her to all who position as teacher in a New York City know her school When she heard of her nephews The News joins a host of friends in trouble she dropped her school work and extending congratulations came to Kentucky to assist him She made great personal sacrifices and At the Convention has been an attendant at overy trial The Baptist Convention at Louisville She has advanced money to pay tho ex Â¬ last week waa attended by the following penses of witnesses and she has aho ex Â¬ Breckenridgo county people Mr and pended about 1000 in legal fees Mrs Foster Heyser Mrs J T Owen The defendants wife who it is under- Â¬ Mis J HrWillu Miss Emma Sawyer stood he married while in trouble has Mrs Sam Conrad Rev V B Kutledge REUBEN She stood by him all the way through Mr and Mrs Alfred Oalzi and daugh- Â¬ is a handsome woman ter Miss Ethel and Mrs Unas Lishen The defense had the best legal talent the following were selected as delegates of CI jverpart M P Campton and wife obtainable to the State convention Garfield Newton McGlothlan John The defeuse set up the plea in exten Â¬ Hon Chas Blanford Hon R M Wimp Mrs Ed Bennett Mrs Dr More uation of the affair that Smith was a Burrell men of Irvington Mrs Cbos McGo yictim of dipsomania or hereditary ap Jolly Capt J H Rowland Beard Hon Jonas D Wilson Frank hee Long Branch Mrs John Fountain petite for liquor which made him irre- Â¬ Payne Thomas Bowmer S A Pate Brandenburg Mrs John Lyddau sponsible at times James Haynes John Butler Allen Webster Rev J T Lewis Irvington Expert testimony on the subject was Kincheloe W J Piggott David Dris Mrs James Moorman and daughter given by Dr Stlrman of Owensboro Dr kell Jos M Fitch Hock Piles John Gleudeane Miss Lillie Scott Hardins Wedding of Hartford who had also at Â¬ Daniel R N Miller Jule Jackson Will burg and F H Stitb Guston tended Smith testified as to his desire for Pate and Morris Eskridge liquor The following resolutions were passed A Big Snake The jury which was composed of Jobn Be it REiOLVen by the Republicans of The snake season is on and Joe Mat Matting Breckenridge county in Convention as Â¬ tingly the son of R T Matlingly is get Alexander Jzra Dowell Robert ly George Harris Chapman Moorman sembled this May 13th 1809 ting even with the reptile kingdom be Ezra Tucker P W Pate Isaiah Tucker First That we most heartily endorse cause a serpent tempted Eve On Fri- Â¬ L H Adkisson James Adams James the President of the United States Wil- Â¬ day he kflled a chicken snake that meas Johnson and Peter Lyons was out only a liam McKinley and his wise conservat Â¬ feet and nine inches in length ured six is said that several of the Its body was as big around as a mans few hours It ive and patriotic administiation and jury stood for a four year sentence while commend it as the best combination of 1 joked very much like a boa arm It others were as high as twenty one years business and patriotism known in the constrictor history of this country Remarkable Animal Second We endorse Governor Brad Â¬ ley for his great effort to destroy mob J W Patterson of Lowisport has a Jersey heifer that has made the remark- Â¬ law and establish law and order able record of giving milk while yet a Third We call attention and endorse yearling She was one year old on Feb the State Administration as wise and ruary G and has never been with calf A Strong Kick and a Kick Alto- Â¬ economical paying off all arrearage left yet she is giving two and a half gallons by the Democratic outgoing administra Â¬ gether She began giving milk of milk daily tion and making State claims worth when eleven months old their face value Fourth We comtneud the county of be Administered by Brecken- Â¬ Will ficials for their efforts at county improve- Â¬ ridge at the Convention ment and endeavors to reduce county Breckenridge county will have a indebtedness Fifth Wo condemn the National strong delegation and a fighting delega Â¬ Democrats for their sixteen to one SoS To YaM ihe Laughing tion at the Commercial Convention theories and advise them to mako their would which29 will meet at Louisville Monday platform and presidential race next on And not even Nature May alone allow the flowers to grow A moye is now on foot to havo every beef Sixth Resolved that we condemn the business house in the county represent- Â¬ and blossom to perfection having passed the Goebel of our people to Democratic for ed Now show It is the purpose Breckenridge bus Â¬ election law and bold them up to tho without good soil Main street that of hypocrites voters Nature and people are much iness men are interested in Breckenridge honesthave had as a band aay about force wfio much to alike the former must have enterprises and that they will not stand bills and equal rights to all and now idly by and see them wrecked by Louis have again shown themselvos to be a sunshine tatter must have ville political corruption cardinal principle Mayor Barry has already named Clov party without a pure Blood in order to have Seventh We condemn the county erports delegates to the convention not assisting us in all our perfect health They are Col David R Murray and Ed Democrats for Hoods Sarsaparilla cures blood trou- Â¬ Goodnight W II Bonnier and John efforts to improve the county and reduce its indebtneea bles of all sorts It Is to the human Vest were named as alternates V B Bubton system what sunshine Is to Naturo Â¬ yet ap County Or II Mattinoly It pointed hisJudge Ahl has not will undestroyer of disease germs the list of delegates but Wm S Galloway never disappoifiti doubtedly do so this week Mia mere BlOOdr Trie Poor seven drops of aoctorblood In my The following amendment to the Rood were not A Pleasant Event body liooa s onroapniiim uum uu -above resolutions was passed over the 8db K Bkowk made me strong and well The snowball party given by the child- Â¬ objections of the committee Maggie Bowmers Sunday Resolvkd by the Republicans in con Â¬ Dyspepsia etc- A complication of ren of Mlsa troubles lypepla chronlo catarrh and school class at her home last Friday vention assembled that the countys Inflammation of the stomach rheumatism nlgbt was one of the most delightful vote at the State convention be cast by tc made me miserable Had no appetlto until I took Hoods Sariaparllla which eyents of the kind that has taken place the delegates present and that the acted like magic I am thoroughly eued here this season Muslo was furnished county vote on any proposition put to N B Bum 1874 W Hth Ay Denver Col graphophone the convention as a whole My husband was by Miss Lucile Sterretts BhiMYiatlm vTup work on account of rheu Miss Jessie Shull favored tho gathering R N Miller was endorsed as candfdate obHe matlsm No remedy helped until he used with one of her Inimitable recitations for Attorney General and the delegates which permanently Hoods Sartaparllla my daughter of ca and Charles Moorman rendered several instructed to vote for him cured him It cared UrrtT I We it to the children with cood songa in a manner that captivated his MM J 8 MoaIath Btaraford Ct results hearers COHPANY HENRY KOEHLUR MHI New Urlst Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ SaASat James Compton la making arrange Â¬ vito correspondence with Mill men who ments ft erexjta BW M mill at the have lumber for sale They buy poplar in mixed ears dry or Monastery BrUlfe near Long LJck ba and hardwood green Write them J wtkrtU to UW with Muxt mWmp Jing the near future of Lending county tobacco were mado at the Peoples Warehouse last week Abo Brown 1 75 Families United in 5 00 0 7 M 0 Comptou 1050 Royal Makes Baking Powder Marriage 710 7 20 the food more delicious and wholesome novn ammo powmh eo ntw tor Jury Indicts the Saloon ilen HE GOT TEN YEARS The grand jury stirred things up last week II had all of Cloyerports sports up beforelit and the rtsultB of the investi Â¬ gations of the body were made manifest Struck Near Ball by8the following indictments John Hinton N Hall selling liquor on Sunday town Friday Felix Elder selling liquor on Sunday MF Popham selling liquor on Sunday Body Mattingly selling liquor on Was Seated Near tho Fire Place at His Sunday Home Sons One effect of tho grand jurys work was apparent in the city Sunday Every The terrible elrctttcal storm which saloon was closed as tight as a drum and Vttlltty Inst Friday parawl over the Ohio the thirsty citlzsn who wanted a drink morttlig claimed one victim in this could not buy it for the love or money count Five indictments were returned He was John Hinton n respected against James E Ohapin and others for farmer forty years of age who lived violating tbo local option law near Balltown Other indictmonts were Dawson Early that morning Mr Hinton went Hook disturbing religious worshipFrank to his sous home ou an adjoinirg farm Robinson carrying concealed weapons While seated near the fire place the some partv was indicted for injuring property not his own Hiram Small wood false swearing Alex Robinson adultry and Felix Beaviu carrying concealed weapons COLD LEAD KILLED BY LIGHTNING DRURY MAY RUN His Friends Are Trying to Get Him in the Race He May be a Candidate for CHILDREN POISONED They Ate Wild Parsnip Root and One Killed Adolph Belt and Louis Shipley chil- Â¬ dren of Mr and Mrs Dave Shipley of Hawes Valley were poisoned last Satur Â¬ day by eating tho root of wild parsnip Dr Strother of Big Spring was called in consultation with Dr Price and they succeeded in saving Louis but the other child diedJ the Leg- Â¬ islative Nomination make tho race on tho Democratic ticket and he seems inclined to do so Charles Drury is a most substantial citizen He is a man of splendid char- Â¬ acter and of the strictest integrity He has been a life long Democrat and has always been true to every principal of the party There is no question about his putting up a strong race if he would Illustrated Views the Bewleyville dis An illustrated lecture on Cuba trict is a receptivo candidate for the the Maine and the Cuban War will be given in the vacant room next to Bab legislature bages store Wednesday night to night Mr Drurys friends havo asked him to Fifty magnificent views will be shown diaries Drury of Â¬ They are actual photographic reproduc- Â¬ tions Admibsion 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for children Pell From a Horse While out riding last Tuosday Mrs Eliza Curtley of Custer fell from a horse A rib and her collar bone was broken as a result of the fall Dr Strother of Big Spring was called to at Â¬ tend her run The people in his district irrespective of party creed admire him greatly Mr Haswell would find him a hard man to beat SIMOHS MAY LouisÂ¬ Will Entertain Miss Bessie Hambletnn will entertain the members of the Y P S O E and their friends at the Fisher homestead next Friday night A delightful time is anticipated Paralyzes John Laslle Shot in a Fight Africa was the scene of a shooting Bcrape Saturday night Popular Young Couple Harry in ville John Lasliewhile drunk and in an abusive mood got angiy at Sam Brown and endeavored to stab him with s knife Brown tried to get out of Laslies way but the latter followed him up 30 closely it is alleged that he was compelled to shoot Laslle in self defense Laslies wounds are quite dangerou The bullet produced an injury that has resulted in paralysis of the lower limbs Both parties are colored JOVES BOLT Strikes Sulzers Dig Store and ate a Panic Cre- Â¬ MILLER storm came on and a bolt of lightning followed the draft in the flue and struck Mr Hinton He was instantly killed The victim leaves a married son and He was a con Â¬ four unmarried children sistent Catholic and as honorable a gen- Â¬ tleman as lived In this section of the During the severe storm lost Friday a flash of lightning struck a corner of Sulzers store and smashed a big piece of tiling into smithereens Tho peoole in the store were slightly shocked and a panic resulted No one was hurt Mr Alvin N Simons and Mits Ella N May were married at the residence of Mr and Mrs E H Zirckel 1421 W Broadway Ky Louisville Monday afternoon at 300 oclock by the Rev Donald M Grant of Louisville formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place The bride and groom entered to the strains of Claytons Grand March played on the piano by Master Charles Zirckel son of Mr and Mrs Zirckel The young couple will purchase their furniture while in the city and on their return will at once go to housekeeping where they will be glad to see their many friend The young couple have worked at Sul- Â¬ zers for several years and their friends are limited only to the extent of their acquaintances The Nkws with an army of bespeaks for them a long and happy married life well-wishe- rs Sunday School ConvenUon The Hardinsburg District Sunday school Association will be held at West View Saturday May 27 Will publish programme nxt week Uiu J Beware i An otant mother had better I not take anything at all than those positively dangerous mixtures so widely J aavcruaea lo reueve ncr aiscuiiuuri ana nausea She ought to know that outside external treatment is the only way that can possibly be of any benefit She ought to know that the only remedy that will help her and it is an external liniment It takes her through the entire period in comparative comfort shortens labor and childbirth is no loncer to be dreaded More than that it preserves her girlish shape after the ordeal and her little one will come into the world perfect in form and health Oct Mothers Friend at the druf storf for SI bottle or lend to THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO MothorB Frlondh ATLAHTA Writ GA 6aljr i Ilefore Hahy it norn for our Ut bonk l or marrieu wc men nniy Illustrated iX j Wli iWn Â¬ county His son who is a widowor will remove to the fathers farm and will take the bereaved family under his charge Room is Worth Money Notwithstanding the extensive additions we have made to our store We need a great deal of space for a we are still cramped for room big stock of goods that is now on the road Marshals Good Work City Marshal Graham heard u negro named Harvey DeHaven swearing on the street Sunday Some ladies were within hearing and tho hearing and the marshal started to put the negro under arrest The latter divined his intention Marshal Graham and Btarted to run in endeavoring to make tho arrest shot Tho bullets at the negro three times got so close that DeHaven stopped and ho was put under arrest In the police court Monday morning ho was fined 7 and coat Marshal Graham dt serves the thanks of the community lor this step in the light direction Â¬ This Week We Inaugurate A A BIQ KICK Great Clearance Sale Thumb Cut Off Spring Unlocks The Flowers Conductor Evans has been missing from his regular passenger run for tho past few weeks While closing one of the coach doors on a pas enger car last week he got his thumb caught betweon the door and the jamb The member He carried was completely amputated an accident policy Goods that are seasonable in hot weather only must make way for staples and to move them we offer A large line of fine An extra fine quality of Madras Cloth Which we marked down from 15 cents to Madras Cloth Which we charged 20 cents for has been marked down to Consumpti robbed of its terrors by the fact that the best med- Â¬ ical authorities state that it and is a curable disease or the happy tnings one about it is that its victims rarely ever lose hope is You know there are all lorU of secret nostrumi advertised to cure consumption Some make absurd W nnlv txv thai If taken A llm In time and the laws of health are properly observed I 10c A 12lc Shirt Waists Go beautiful line of Colored and White Piques Marked down from 16o per yard to at Cost This Week S Â¬ v LINEN AND CRASH SKIRTS At Remarkably Low Prices - 10c EMULSION W SCOTTS 3od MMa the inflammation of the throat and lungs and nourish and ilrcngthert thabody so Uut it can throw off the disease We have thousands of testl mortlals where people claim they haye been permanently cured of thlf malady lot and lim all liurilttl will heal SCOTT DOWNS Chtmbu Ntw York These are remarkably fine goods They are all fresh having been brought on this season The only reason we are sacrificing them is as we have said before we want room and must have it W O- - 3VCOOR3VC-A-3T- KENTUCKY ii ft GLENDEANE 4MtW wawjr PPj jar mmsr PifiiiPiimLMJlilwwiPPMPB HrFWWi-flwipiiai- w1Ril7r7mivMrqa W jr PtJpPP There a grenter demand made on the FARM DEPARTMENT Soy Dean and Cow Pea Experience K P DIKtIL NOKTHKRN INDIANA Tho boans nnd poaa were towu for seed betweon Ibo 41et and 1 J parallels of latitude that Is tho northern balf of Indiana About Tufteen pounds dwarf and twt lvo pounds per aero and not moro than eight pounds of cow peas in The four varieties were plan tod medium soy and cow peas were planted Juno 4 and the dwarf soy June 20 The dwarf grow on ground from which a crop of crimson cloyer had Just been Tho cow peas wore plantod harvested by band dropping two to threo seeds a short step apart in rows thirty two inches apart The beans were planted with grain drill in rows threo ftet apart distributing twenty fivo to thirty seeds per row Part of the field was plantod with late rotatoes and cultivation of all the crops was similar A wceder was used a few times then a one horso cultivator and corn plow haying four shovels in each gang whenever necessary for thorough work Tho dwarf soy matund in about one hundred days The mediums required I twenty to thirty days moro to ripen saved fifteen bushels per acre but fully twenty five per cent were left in Btraw but not lost as I used tho straw for pig bedding and the pigs never went to bed while any beans could be found The relish with which hogs ato the soy at all stages of growth prepared me to receive without question the Kansas Experi Â¬ ment Station feeding tests report From one pound oi lilackeye cow peas planted I saved 200 pounds and fully twenty five per cent went to the hogs in the straw This variety is very early a rank grower and prolific seeder and in an ordinary season would I think ma turd seed a few degrees north of this While the vinus of the cow pea many over seven feet long trail on the ground and intertwine Btbf seed stems grow erect to get the pods above tho dense foliage I measure one stem eighteen inches long with three pods whose com bined length was twenty five inches each containing fifteen seeds I believe the cow peas will bo especially useful in the North to furnish worn out soils with two essentials for successful clover grow- Â¬ ing humus and legume bacteria The same is true of the soy bean which I prefer both for a stock food and fertiliz er owing to its richness in protein and nitrogen and habit of growing erect making it possible to drill wheat be Â¬ tween rows the same as corn It need not be harvested until stalks aro thor oughly dry as freezing weather does not injure the ripe seed and like every other good thing its original environ Â¬ ment has been changed to adapt it to a wider area resulting in an early or dwarf variety for northern belt a medi- Â¬ um for middle and mammoth for south- Â¬ ern For a balancing ration for corn it will eventually be grown wherever corn does well The peanut is the only other plant in cultivation richer in food con- Â¬ stituents than the soy bean The manu Â¬ facturers of peanut butter may find in soy butter a competitor for public favor in the near future A few farmers in each neighborhood should test a few kinds of early cow peas and the varieties of soy bean best adapted to their latitude to learn their individual caracteristics adaptability to soil and climate best methods of grow- Â¬ ing etc and to get seed for future use As a drouth resister the soy bean is superior to cow pea or Canadian field pea of which I have had convincing dem onstrations in the test boxes this win- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with hired power Tho expenoo would alrto include separating the kernel from the liull i Tho steers wero fed separate Â¬ ly in each lot in large box stalls that op- Â¬ en into small lots Tho quality of pea hay was first clues and the quantity of hay and cotton seed products fed at each ceding was determined by tho mannor in which tho foods wero eaton at the last feeding As the results of the trial tho lot fed cotton meal nnd cotton hulls had a bet Â¬ ter appetite for food at each feodlng than tho lots feed cotton seed Cotton hulls was profered to cowpea hay The meal was eaten first then tho hulls and then tho hay Whether the huls were pre fered because less rich cannot he deter- Â¬ mined in this trial The proferenco shown for hulls would indicato that tho hay or a part of it could have been omited without any loss in gains and at a cheapening of tho cost of feeding The lot fed ground cotton seed did not appear to have any sharper appetito for ground seed than the other lot for whole soed Theso steers however Bhowed a decided preference for tho kernels of tho seed especially as tho feeding period progressed They endeavored to select them from the hulls as far as this was possible before eating the hulls This seoms to indicate that the ground coed would be feed to better advantage by feeding tho kernels and hulh separately more seed perhaps would be eaten and less hay would be required and perhaps a hay of lower food value would be sufficient Unless the hulls and kernels are seperated when ground there is no increase of consumption by grinding the seed for feeding 00 days ter A K Cotton Seed For Feed days feeding of cotton meal and hulls ground cotton seed and whole cot- Â¬ ton seed to steers was tried at tho Ar Â¬ kansas Exp Station in the winters of lbJ7 and 18S to secure results for those who are in doubt as to whether meal and hulls or seed should be used to fin Â¬ ish off steers for beef when the relative market values of tho foods are not the same Feeders are usually cotton farmers and bayo the seed on hand where Â¬ as tho meal has to be bought and hauled and when it is bought the seed is usually sold add has to be hauled to tho railroad or to an oil mill if one is in the vicinity Ordinarily when meal and seed aro nt the railroad the meal in tho seed sells for about the same price per ton as meal But in favor of the seed on tho farm is the valuo of tho hulls on tho seed the cost of hauling the seed to the railroad and the cost of hauling bock the meal In feeding seed and meal the weather is also a factor in influencing tho results though it is not often taken into the ac count but in this trial its influence was observed as far as poealble In making this experiment three lots Ono lot of five steers each wero used was fed cotton meal and cotton hulls in the same proportion as they exist in the seed to one lot crushed or ground seed Spring Lambs For Market Hy an eett breeder was fed and to tho third lot whole cot Â¬ Two thiuga are absolutely essential in ton seed was given To each lot cow pea hay was fed this business First warm Btablea and The steers were allowed to eat as much second suitable sheep Stabko built bay and cotton seed products as they de Â¬ partly underground are good if they are sire but the ratio of cotton meal and opuuud to tho south have plenty of light hulls was kept constant in the lots to and are not damp If built entirely which they were fed This was an easy above ground they should be lightly thing to do because the steers preferred boarded and it is well to double board hulls to hay The total hulls fed show a them on tho north side at least How Â¬ r slight excess of the ratio but that is ever they are built they should be well due to feeding all the hulls that the ventilated without drafts aud havo plen Â¬ steers would eat during the last week of ty of light and Buushine It Is well also feeding to see tho extent of tho prefer- Â¬ to provide a room that can be heated ence for hulls to bay Tho ground seed with a stove where ewes with very voumr was prepared by grinding ur cutting lambs can bo cared for in extreme them with rapidly revolving knives in a weather mill mode for that purpose Tho kernels The best sheep I know for this busi Â¬ of the Deed was not separated from the ness are the Donets or some of the Down bulls though the mill was fitted with a breeds or thoir grades The Dorseta Ground seed was fed to one have been bred for years for the snoclal separator lot in order to ascertain if In that form purpose of raising early lambs for the the seed would be palatable and make uonuon market ana although our cli- Â¬ better gains than whole seed The ex mate is not like that of their native land pense of grinding was 60 cents per ton they aro probably the best we have for Â¬ About Cut Worms Cutworms are hard to catch as they keep hidden during the day Usually they do but little damage if the garden is plowed very early in the spring and allowed to freez and thaw a few times A good way to kill them is to Bprinkle pans green on slices of potatoe and lay these pieces on freshly set out plants Paris green also kills potatoe bugs in a very short time Moat people use the mixture too strong Two ounces to fifty gillons of water is effectual if the mix Â¬ ture is kept constantly stirred Striped cucumber bugs are about the hardest we have to deal with They come in anight and distroyed the vines in a day Us- Â¬ ually they Bend a scattering advance guard which should be the warning for thousands are sure to follow Mix five Sounds of air slacked lime and a quarter of an ounce of pans green very thoroughly and dust the leaves with this while the dow is on in the morning Do this before the bugs come and re- Â¬ peat it occasionally until danger is past which will be tho last of June usually although they sometimes come later Do not leave any clods around the hills Make the surface tinooth bo their will be no hiding place f jr the bugs nnd sprinkle the mixuro on the ground pretty freely Soot from chimney where wood is used is good and we have driv Â¬ en them away with road dust sprinkled freely on the leaves as they seem not to like grit Bo sure to got the remedy whatever is used on the othor side of the levies as there is whrere they feed Squash borors are becoming worse every year Beuuniigly and in some sec- Â¬ tions they have made it almost impossi- Â¬ ble to grow quashes They work in the vines beginiug a tho roots Tho eggs are laid early in the season on the stems just where they come from the ground and tho borer hatches and work inside The lime and pans green will be a good thing to use early in the season and as tho vines begin to grow hoe soil over the crown where the vines como from the ground Ab tho vines mako growth cover eyery second joint with soil to the deptu of two inches and roots will strike into the soil almost at once adding vigor to the vine even keeping it growing when the borers succeed in getting into it If the vine begins to droop split it open with a sharp thin knife and find the bore and kill it Then cover with soil and it will usually reviyo and grow without injury Cabbage worms are certain to bo with us but the are so easily destroyed that they should not creato much alarm Take common Persian insect powder bo ing sure to get which is fresh and put it into a common powder gun or In tho absence of that a pepper box with a per Â¬ forated top and early in tho morning spriukle a little of the powdor over the inside of tho leaves on the worms that are at work In five minutes every worm that is touched will be dead and a few such treatments are all that is neces sary in a season Tho insect powder is not poisonous to anything but insects and may bo used with safety Progress Â¬ ive Farmer Â¬ all thing pnrpOBt consldnred Whatever breed la selected tho owes should bo good healthy well built speci Â¬ mens from two to six years old and It possible such as wo know have already ralBLdgod lambs The ram Bhould bo thoroughbred and as good a one as wo can get It does not pay to save a few dollars on the prico of a ram and loco it on every lamb we raiso He should bo not less than one year old Early lambs bring the best prices from Christmas to tho middle of February and to haye them ready for market dur Â¬ ing this poriod tboy should be weaned during Novombor and December This necessitates the ewes being bred in June or July The Donets will readily breed at this timo unless they are suckling lambs It is not bo easy to induce other breeds to take the ram before August or September Ewes will however usually come to heat whilo their milk is drying off and if we can timo it so as to haye them wean their lambs in Juno they will bo moro apt to breed about that timo The ewes should have plenty of feed through the fall so as to keep in good condition but not too fat They should be brought to tho barn as Boon as tho lambs begin to arrive and bo kept in all of tho time before enow comes If tboy rab themselves and appear to be troubled with ticks they should be sheared as soon as they aro put in for the winter This will dispose of all the ticks before many of the lambs arrive and prevent their gotting onto them Tho ewes should be watched yery close- Â¬ ly at this time and as soon as any of them are ready to lamb they should be placed in a small pjn by themselves and kept there until we are sure that the lamb has sucked and the ewo will own it It is well to start the ewes milk with the thumb and finger as the teats are sometime constructed so the lamb cannot start it The ewes should all be numbered with metallic ear marks and each lamb tagged when it arrived with the same number as its dam or with a different number and a record kept bo we can toll at any time which lamb belongs to each ewe This will save much trouble and con fusion at times if we have many ewes together The ewes that have lambs should be kept in a separate pen from the others and fed all they will eat of grain rowen bay and roots or ensilage Do not feed more than they will eat at any time but increase the feed grad- Â¬ ually as tho lambs grow so as to force them as fast as possible Wheat bran corn oats and linseod meal aro as good as any grain I know of Cottonseed meal and gluten aro dangerous The lambs should have a crib provided for them where thoy can be fed grain away from tho ewes They will begin to eat when a few days cli and they should have all they will eat up clean several times a day Do not feed more at a timo than they will clean up in a few hours as they aro very dainty and will not eat any if it is at all stale I have tried nearly all kinds of grain including the best oatmeal costing two or three cents a pound and havo iound nothing they like so well as good wheat bran and it is probably as good as anything lor them Worms is a common source of failure in raising lambs at any season and unless we wish to Bee are lamos droop and die before they are old enough to Bell we must take some measures to prevont this scourge It is said that all lambs are born with wormB in their Btomachs and I think there is much truth in it unless we preyent it by keeping the ewes free from them The best preventive I know of is to keep a good powder mixed with Bait before them constantly As a rule the lambs Bhould be Bold as soon as they are fat and weigh from 50 to CO pounds aliye Whether it is best to sell them aliye or dressed depends on the market and the distance we are from it We should study the different mar Â¬ kets and find what they require and where we can get the most fcr or pro- Â¬ duct The very early Iambs usually bring tho best prices in tho large cities and the later ones in the smaller cities and town Whenever we Bell we can Â¬ not expect a fancy price unless we have a fancy article Â¬ this tretiRth of the mother when nursing than at any other time She has just gone through IDC auoca aim strain of materni Â¬ ty her vitality Is nt its lowest and the food she eats must nourish two lives Â¬ Colorados Gold Output Should tho gild output rontinuo in tho present ratio Colorado will lead the world by millions nt tho end of tho year 1810 For the fiscal months of January and February the total gains over tho The natural re- same period of last yoar is 1558070 81 in sult is that the rec ipts at tho mint Last month the FARMERS HERE ARE SOME FACTS ABOUT THE mother looks for around and gena tonic Â¬ tonic In stimuthe a form erally finds her lant which not of Â¬ strength but is an injury totuecMia It is the concurrent testimony of womenÂ¬ who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription that it is the most perfect pre paration for motherhood and all Its func Â¬ tions which has ever been discovered It prepares the way for babys advent giving the organs of birth vigor and elasticity It establishes such a condition of health that nervousness anxiety and morning sickness are unknown With this condition comes a healthy flow of nourishment for the child which enables the mother to gratify the fondest instinct of maternity Two years sgo I ned two bottles of Doctor Â¬ only gives the mother no real 1001100 08 as total receipts were against 1430230 40 for January 1808 This month they have been 1745403 63 as compared with 1447300 30 the total for the two months being 3430 570 51 as against 387750070 for tho same two months of last year Assayer J L Hodges estimates on this basis that tho total gold receipts at the mint for the year 1800 will boat least 25000000 Last year thoy were 20 105000 in round numbers Denver He fehorne r Columbia Reager V publican When Weak Weary and Wasted from Kidney Disease why not try Fo Â¬ leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medi- Â¬ cine A II Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg j iHifiwwarySpT T wffvmk Pierces Favorite Prescription and in April a nice baby was born before the doctor came writes Mrs Katie Aullkerof 4 Pat Street Alii I was not very tick Baby is now ance Ohio Now 14 months old and weighs jo pounds I expect another about August and I am again taking the Favorite Prescription and feel very well Several neighbors ore uilnir Dr Pierces medicine through my telling them about It One lady says before commencing Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription I had to vomit every day but after I got the medicine from the first spoonful that I took I stopped vomiting It has done the same thing for me It Is a Cod send for women No alcohol In any form is contained Â¬ Smokeless Powder A now variety of smokeless powder was recently tested at Indian Head by ofllceia of the United States navy and the results showed that the now product possessed unusual qualltios A charge of 325 pounds was used in a thirteen inch gun with the regulation projectle and a muzzle velocity of 2500 f et was This is said to be the best ro secured suit ever obtained in tho United States if not in the world and the ordinance officer are much pleased with tho t rials 1875 for Bounty Queons bounty costs hor Majesty on an average 1875 a yoar Tho Queon versal crop in both warm and cold coun- Â¬ when she sent threo sovereigns to the tries grown in overy part of tho world mother who had given birth to three tho close of the nineteenth century children 40 years ago probably did not finds the United States and Russia prac- foresee to what vital dimensions the tically the only country which can be bounty would grow depended upon for a large surplus above Unless a woman eats sufficient nourish home requirements ing food she can neither gain or keep a Bad Fruit Prospects Food when digested good complexion The prospects for a fruit crop in this is the base of all health all strength and county are growing worse overy week all beauty HERBINE will help digest The apple crop especially will faro bad what you eat and give you tho clear ly In Holts bottom where some of bright beautiful skin of health Price the best orchards in Ohio Valloy are lo- 50 and 75 cts A R Fisher cated the fruit seems blighted An inWhat is in a Watch sect pest has been at work and a devas tation of tho crop has resulted R T Tho watch carried by the average man Mattingly reports frultjn bis neighbor is composed of 08 pieces and its manuhood to be in an unpromising condition facture embraces more than 2000 disAll varieties of greeiffruit aro falling tinct and separate operations Some of from the trees They do not seem to the smallest strews are so minjite that possess any vitality the unaided eyes cannot distinguish The opinion of the fruit growers seems tbem from steel fillings or specks of dirt to bo that last winters very severo Teslas Scheme for flethiiselahs weather has overtaxed tho trees and that as a result they cannot bear fruit Nikola Toaa tho inventor is a firm believer in the efficacy of slot p He Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Favorite Prescription neither opium nor other narcotics This cannot truth- Â¬ fully be said of any other medicine especially designed for women and sold through druggists Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free of all charge Every letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential and atl replies are enclosed in plain envelopes bearing no Address Dr printed matter whatever R V Pierce Buffalo N V Â¬ Â¬ tho rake head and main framo close to tho drive wheel its compactness tends to the perfect balance of the machine nnd the total elimination of side draft By the adjusiiblo braco rods of the high take head the rakes can be regulated to make a clean sweep of the platform leaving a perfect gavel The tripping device iB a notablo feature of this machino it is ex- Â¬ tremely simple and accurate an adjustment of the latch regulating the action of tho rakes and allowing them to operate at intervals or success- Â¬ ively as tho driver may desire When tho crop is thin and a proper sized gavel can only be obtained by allowing tho cuttings to accumulate on tho platform THE RAKES CAN BE TRIPPED INTO ACTION BY THE FOOT OF THE DRIVER AT WILL THE DRIVERS SEAT is adjustable to allow the drivers weight to balance the machine and cau be taken off by removing a bolt THIS MAIN YVHEJUL lb STRONG AND SOLID and givCB to the reaper mechanism Buch perfect running as can only como from great power easily delivered TMbJ JUABJU WITH WM1UH THE RAISING LOWERING AND TILTING MECHANISM can be operated cannot bo improved upon it 18 cnaraciensnc 01 me usoorne iteaper ALL POSSIBILITY OF CLOGGING THE GEARING IS PRE VENTED BY THE HEIGHT OF THE INSIDE DIVIDER FOR TRANSPORTATION on the road or through narrow gate ways the platform can be quickly folded The thorough efficiency of the Columbia has been proven in innumer- Â¬ able contests where its lightness strength ease of adjustments speed in cutting and forming of gavel is have made it victorious HISTORY Every part of it iB constructed of tho beat and strongest material procurable The platform made of selected timber is thoroughly braced any tendency of the front sill and cutter bar to sag or warp is fully overcomeby a steel truss rod TH V GEARING is of woll tested strength and being located with A MACHINE WITHOUT A PARALL12LL IN REAPER FOR SALE BY R S BANDY Irvington Zy W J MILLS Guston Ky says I believe that it man might 1 ve two hundred years if he would Bleep at The Farmers Institute to be Cloverport next August should be at- Â¬ most of the time That is the way negrosjive to suclt nu advanced agr tended by every farmer in the county Edgar Hill general freight and passen because they fl ep so nine 1 ger agent for the Henderson Boiit ltreittwlth Ton whether yon continue therfCSSJ IUUCCU A hjBM has expressed a willingness-- to vrun an UCVC BlllllJI dcilra forUUII nVl with rcmoretf the ou t nervoua ulatreta eitbaio excursion train from Fordsville to Clo- Â¬ tine puuueq me uiooapeli nico nan bu- - ixw re rvi VfVtA boiei lucres ju uimtuuoa tfJl makea joa strong verport for the Institute 400000 aa- - cuescured buy inaeauu TflfrjH neighbor- Â¬ anapi The people in the Lewisport 1O HACfrom book Tonr own drafffflit who will vaurli fopii Tk Itwlth hood in Hancock county are worked up p mmrr HI DAtlentlT uentitentlT One box SI usually curen 3 boxei St M over the matter and that lively town arantoed to eure orwn refund mnnev Ca CUufa BterUai Bmm real It Xtrfc will have a good representation The people of Cloverport will entertain those JOHN ALEXANDER AND OTHERS IN who attend the Institute Farmers J nstltute Uejd Iggi GOOD OS SSsglgggL NEWS i 11 1 Ill nlln We hereby announce to the people of Harned and vicinity that we have open- 0 ed up a GENERAL LINE OF MERCHANDISE at this place The stock is new fresh and what is better is cheap We want your trade and will give you better values for your money than you ever before received i 8 2 PETITION Spray Fruit Trees In Meade and some portions of this county a small green worm is eating the foliage from tho apple trees It stands every man in hand in hand who has an orchard to spray his trees An ounce of preventation is worth a pound of cure Whooping Coutjli A Splendid Purchase of Irvlngton is doing a little boy who was nearly dead from an attact of whoopins cough My neighbors recommended Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy I did not think that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that rem edy I noticed an improvement and one bottle cured him entirely It is the best cough medicine I ever had in the bouse J I Moobb South Burgettstown Pa For Bale by A R Fisher Cloverport K A Shellman Stephensport I bad Forest Destruction more to build up the liv i stock interests of Dreckenridge county than any other It was suggested lately in Mississippi man that the rapid destruction of tho forests Tho following is from tho Farmers in the northern part of the country would hasten the time when the lumber Home Journal mill and furniture companies of Wiscon I EARL AIIiDBIK BOLD John M VanMeter of Danvillo Ky sin Michigan and other states would find it necessary to moye their plants to has Bold to Mr G N Lyddan of Irving ton Ky the young Shorthorn bull the south in order to be near the source Pearl Alrdrie No 189010 descended of the only available lumber supply on from Imp Young Phyllis and is a very this side of the Rocky Mountains Ac fine young bull and cannot fall to be of cording to the Milwaukee Sentinel this migration to the south has already be great value to Mr Lyddana herd Mr VanMeter has sold all the young gun One of the largest mill companies bulls advertised in the Farmers Home on the Menominee riyer one of the Journal and has nothing old enough for greatest lumber manufacturing centres in the world has suspended operations service left for tale there and is preparing to move its ma chinery and employees to the south Wheat Outlook Other big mill companies on the Me Tho grain trade of this country and nominee have acquired heavy southern abroad continues to guess as to Argen Â¬ pine interests and tho writing in the tinas wheat surplus available for exnort Sentinel anticipates that within twenty now moying forward in a moderate way five years the entiro Menominee river EUW Dlaotand UraaO to Western Europe Estimates scorn to industry will have been transplanted to ENNYRQYAL center around 30000000 bushel some Louisiana and Mississippi alrliHaal and flair Oaaalaa Laona ail Sara alwar rvtUbU DU aaaa t authorities naming agreater figure yet Drwitl fcr CkUUttrt XxoKiIOU1IU ndBraA la Ite4 aad OnU Mim Milai tla lit nbMa Taka Tan and Freckles enough to greatly disturb values in not tuhatitw AAihMK J9A rfiuwHi HamA aJ atliiMJ AfcDrKttlf tattS 4a our own markets Out tho important Take two ounces of lemon juice half la Lap ror parttomltrf utUoMalaU aa4 ta Utur kr ntara far tadl tb B aiau iimiuthmwu wrv thing is the fact that this is the fourth a drachm of powdered borax and ono r ltllr CMaaeaUrUkaalaOaMa4UMltaaara year in succession of partial failure of drachm of sugar Mix them together U I all Uml UniHliU llULADA tA the wheat crop in that comparatively and let them stand a few days in a glass young country which has boen so high Â¬ bottle till the liquor is fit for use rub it ly praised for its groat agricultural possi- Â¬ on the hands and face two or three times bilities In spite of large acreagegand a days early promise each season has had its Nothing has oyer been produced to disaster of unfavorable weather condl dual or compare with TABLERS tions or visitation of Insect peats with Maeulnes hava been comb usl Into a ti pag resultant final disappointment in the BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT aa a curÂ¬ book and tha IHICE liKMJCEIl I HOM 100 TO SO CENTS A YI5AK rate of yield The question may well be ative and hoallng application for Piles It It s splendid tnsgatln for children asked whether Argentina with many Fissures blind and bleeding external or promising natural conditions will soon internal tho Itching and Bleeding of tho thr nrai sad sddrsises of niothsrs of cnuuraa 01 bdovo axes snq lor a ijt or if ever become a formidable competitor Rectum The relief la immediate and iuku nunei wi wtll lonn mi miv asino to 70a ONE YEAR FKEE Price 50 eta in bottle of the wheat growers of the United cure infallible States Although wheat is euch an mil- - Jtubes 75 eta A R Fisher UTTLQ MEN AND WOMEN CO TROY N Y -- G N Lyddan Court that the petition of John Alex- Â¬ ander and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the Breckenridge County Court and filed in this Court on the 27th day of Match 1809 requesting that an election be held in the CuBter voting precinct which precinct is in tho Fifth Magisterial District of Breckenridge County on the 29th day of May 1899 to take the sense of tho legal voters of said prcinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county officeis upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vineous or malt liquors shall ba sold bartered or loaned in said voting pre- Â¬ cinct and also whether or not tho pro- Â¬ visions of this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct was Bigneu dv more than twenty live per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at the last proceeding general election held in said precinct It is now ordered by the Court that the request of said petitioners be granted and that an election be held on said 20th day of May 1899 In the eaid Custer precinct to take uio sense 01 the legal voters 01 said pre- Â¬ cinct who are qualified to vote an election for county officers upon the propo Â¬ sition whether or not splrltouB vlnoous or malt liquois Bhall be sold bartered or loaned in said J and also whether or not tho provisions of this law shall apply to druggists in said precinct and it is further orderod that the sheriff of Breck enridge county open a poll at said votÂ¬ ing precinct on the raid 29th dav of Mav 1890 for the purpose of taking the sense 01 me legal voters 01 Bam precinct who are qualified to vote at election for county officers upon the proposition wuemer or not spiritous vineous or malt liquors shall bo sold bartered or loaneu in satu precinct and also wueth er or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to drugeists in saiu precinct ana earn sheriu is ordered to give notice of said election and bold the same as required bv law and the officers of the election appointed by the election commissioners of ureckenrldKe county to serve at the November elec tion 1898 shall act as officers of Bald election and the fihorlfl shall so notify them and this cause is continued A copy Attest Owen Ounninquam Clerk Â¬ It appearing to the satisfaction of the j 1 j THE NEW STORE MEYER DAVIS KY HARNED ssedeooses90lsO NO WE WANT TOUE WOOL AND WILL GIVE YOU TOP PEIOE FOE IT PAIN NO DREAD I extract teeth without pain using all the latest anaesthetics for PAINLESS OPERATIONS A CROWN Skillfully fixed to tho root or body of the tooth will last a lifetime OF GOLD I make a ialty of spec Â¬ PSfK - ViV BRIDGE and difficult- - work PILLS Prices Very Reasonable t a 5 Wel9 New Dental Parlors at Mitchell Hotel Now Open FREXEx T D RENFROW Dental SurgeonGraduate of Pennsylvania Dental CoUego and BabyJand Little Men and Women Worms Fiwfarod by- Iiril Fr 20 Yuri Nat Lwl xU Wkw ittMitaT rft9 SB rfc VERMIFUGE uiuwjaninj hmi la Waall dM Ur4HATR --m - WHITES CREAM Ta TH TKatV A IT - JAMES F BALLARD wni W 44 Lmd For Ml by A E Fkhw Cloverport Ky v jvjP vaclf 1JWM - YVTrr wfmm JVTT rv ENRSTfSe t -- fc BANK OF ii i HARDINSBiratG B F BKARD President WILL MILLKIt Vice President M II BEARD Cashier G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDQE It M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON t HiKwy AT IoLLery Â¬ v J DIRECTORS PEPOSITS TIME JOHN AWISHOP President ft BASSETT DAN ORILEY Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 1886 Lcitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 10000 INTEREST PAID ON T2UE DEPOSITS SkliUSI AMERICAN Field Fencing fence that always keeps its shape because its built that way A Nothing but large size heavily galvanised wire made of best Uesscmet nee luted In Its con sttuction same In all the so different styles made turns allkindt of stock and leaves the stock unharmed while the fence stands strong and sturdy THIS hinge joint ri makes an justable fence and wires ad- - pre- - CJffllJKZi vents stay bending crimp makes as tight a fence in summer as in win- ter and prcventsstay wire from being displaced from 1UA1 ft p Lt T gjjgg MfifMI PITTSBURG PA it Theres no fence that excels and few if any as good for sale av Manufactured by AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO R S BANDY Agent JV IRVINGTON KY Office In Rear of Moorman Drug Store Owens K15lliIIifilsPi Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Everything thats good in FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by LIFE ACCIDENT Jewelry and Insurance GEORGE H BRANDENBURG CASPERKE KENTUOKY kto Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught BY cash or you can pay Full courses ZMZ-A-I- L 25 Books and blanks free The principal oi this schoo is the author of the leading system ol bookkeeping which Is used in thousands of public and private schools including the public schools ol New York and other large cities The leading system of Shorthand is taught Students from every blate You can graduate in your spake 4e be il ever so little Uradnates assisted to posl tut bi uctAt 100 OR 200 PER MONTH t KATES TO THOSE WHO SEND FOR CAV LLOGUES AT ONCE SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 3153 West Jefferson St SEND US ONE DOLLAR Louisville Ky Mir IHOO pUin kUjk rralt RESERVOIR COiL AID HOOD 100 K STOVE by freight OOD subject to examination fMluiuio aa ZtiXUVZ your freight depot and If found perfect Ij satlsf actory aaa tk rrtAtMt Btee BAR JUS you ever saw or heard ofpay the l KkiJHT WEST our SPECIAL HUI aanfc leu the II 09- av Ml wniTEPOuounniotTBHE ff eYrkVsr -- atai rhjSllaT wlthorA ait 00 This stove la else No I ovsn It and freight charge from eitra liUxllill topUiUMi madeheavy bet pig Iron grates linings and larKa dues heavy covin large oven shelf heavy tln Uned oven door handsome SI300 fHT s VataaY aa v AGME Dinu v nickel plated ornamentations and trimmings extra large deep genuine SUadlak pereelala llaad reaanalr hand some large ornamented base Bu aaal kwraer aaede and an extra wood prate making It a per we furnish fect Wtw4 karar VII IJSJI A BlSoiSU OUHAXTEE with every stove and guarantee aafe delivery to your rail road station Your local dealar would charge you StlOO for such a stove the freight Is only about 1100 for each too miles m wa taia ra at UaU loeo Address rtll Whan you writs mention this paper 8EAR8ROEBUCKCOINOCH1CACOILL Miter Saars aUsketk a Ce are Uereegkl rellaMe J 1 r HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND OANNBLTON PatarsAntlaeptloHealiaflOli Relieves all pain Instantly and heals and cure cuts burns boils bruises Itch csrttma catarrh sore throat eryslpeUi corns chapped bauds and lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous membrane Wfll cure sore or Inflamed eyes In 48 Horsemen will find this oil will cure hours scratches cracked heel halier burns old sores and collar galls Use it and If not satisfied your drug gist will cheerfully give back your money price OWEN Clov Jj cts For sale by MOORMAN erport Ky lawn C gray figuro rising alono in tho midst of a Are you ashamed of C raoro charming than all tho the pralsie It B CANDY of hersrx might havo been What ovor Miss Kitty the driver g I bo you had bet CATHARTIC proved from unyof Ihe fifteen men sopped short lie saw tho horso graz ter decide to havo a mmm mmmJkimti JnwHw tHWiafcaMBi to whom alio had been engaged in the ing off a bunch of stumpy grass a hun- Â¬ new one put up two years since she had conio from dred yards Away Kitty wont a step TRAOI kUMN IvIOrtTSWtD bcIiooI beginning with Cadet Ferris and nearer aud laid hor hand on tho wheel PT TXTII-iIL3-A3lv- f3 She had aeon there was no women in tho ending with Cndy Is Cheapest because it is Host It is Rest because it Is Cheapest That Captain Foster was exactly liko stage A woman would have upset all nnNAMKMTAT nnd Hilda hnnntv to anv nlaco Ita uood points aro Beauty Lightness of ttinnTv nil the rest of mankind Sho raised hor big Pleasant Palatable Iotont Taste Good Do Construction Strength Durability aud ita Lasting Qualities and Utile de her calculations It Is built on scientific principles Every part of it strengthens Good Never Sicken Weaken or Gripe lOo 25c Wo blessing he bad in his daugh- Â¬ bluo eyes The men who could hayo served the the other part There is no straiu and ton years after it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed There CURE CON8TIPATION ter was manifested by his drawing from resisted them were fow Thoso in tho Bltrllag nMtJf Caaaaa Cklrs gaalreU Sw Terfc 911 are no parts to rot no parta to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of tho most expensive Iron fences and beata them all in appearance his pockot a otter and saying as he stuge listened to a tale calculated to molt HflTnRIP Sold and guaranteed by all drug w HU I UDAli gins to Oil It K Tobacco Habit j j Owbnsboro gave lt to her By the byo Kittle this a heart of stono What the IMItor TheGentlemen Fence Com IKence more than please tm- - It Is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever Il enhances the appearance mMWBSSBS The Williams of this I came for vqu yesterday while you were I was just out for a little rldo said ing scorn you cannot guess my opinion of my yard and discounts the other wire and Iron fences in the cltv I never got Rrertcr value I Jr my money In mv lile Inpor SavH JNO U HAIIITAGB llelieve me riding with Cady and I forgot to give it Kittv and my glrta were loose sol dis- Â¬ It speaks for itself of you Call around and see the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages residence to vou mounted to cinch up and that horrid W T BARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky He held the bundle out to her She Miss Footor looked at tho postmark Dandy got away If you had notcome I pushed it away Then sho held up be- Â¬ dont know whatovor I should have fore his eyes a package of much the and tho almost feminine chirograpby and knew that the letter was from Fort done same size He reached out for it quick- Miss Foster would not have been tho iy She laid it Bowie and from Glocester beside her plate and finished her break- Â¬ woman she was if tears tho genii of the sho Here Not yet said Kitty fast Afterward she took it up to her lamp of fair femininity had not risen continued is a bundlo of letters six in Then she sat at her will own room and rend it number They came in to days mail The driver looked again and the horse They were accompanied by a note from with folded hands and looked unseeing at tho photographs of tho fifteen upon and back at MIbs Foster He had known Miss Fowler of Bowie I need not as- Â¬ the wall before her She was very her from the day of her birth When sure you that I havo read them They he was In his first enlistment long be- Â¬ are of an exceedingly personal and I white The most astute woman will frequent- Â¬ fore he had returned to civil life he had may say affectionate nature and of very ly stake every thln and play all her been her fathers striker lie bad held recent date Thoy were written by you When that her upon a burro and taught her to ride to Miss Fowler I read too the note gamo upon honor in man chances to fail her calculations are set before she could walk Therefore he with which she returned them Here at naught and the bottom falls out of was justly annoyed For the cleverest it is You may find it Interesting I conspirator is apt to overlook a detail did her universe And Gloceeters honor had failed Ho and Kitty had forgotten that the horse Then the lieutenant spoke To whom So you tell of a good rider which has broken away wrote Kittle read It again may I ask were the letters from Miss ma you are engaged to Cady Lhat shquld have tho bridle over his head Fowler addressed Im sure Misa Kitty he said that means little to you Hut it may mean To you Thorefore to prevent it werent me learned you to leave the much to him Aud may I also ask how in that his being made the fool that I have boen rains hooked over the pommel when you event thoy came into your possession I take tho liberty of sending him by this dismounted and I should have thought No Miss Foster considered iiW mall tho letters you have written to me you could have mounted alono any Â¬ Cady put his package in his pocket last monthfour in number wheres within the his blouse over them It has Deering Roller and Ball Bearing in every Bearing of the Harvester insuring light draft and Kitty flashed Of all things she was and fastened that he may know with what kind of Then he sat looking over tho parade durability As well as being agent for the Binder I have a largo stock of proudest of her horsemanship woman ho has to deal ground After a time he put his hands Do you think ORourke that you Now fourteen times before Miea Fos- could on his knees and turned and faced Miss catch Dandy for mo But this Foster ter had not been in earnest I donno said ORourke tant so Unfortunately the fact Kittys oyes had time she was Well he said easy to catch a iiorse when tho reins is You will not havo to wait until I greatly for Cady had not been cast down so that her long lashes Always on hand and can give you just what you want in a fow minutes that she cared over the pommel prevented her from writing to Glocester lay upon her cheeks She raised them send to tho factory for them as I make it a point to keep repairs to supply every one at a moments notice But he wound the lines around the more affectionately then prudently in steadily into their blus and to bo ready to help you whenever you need help brake and jumped down The passen Â¬ He looked down order to keep tother dear charmer who ger and twinkling depths This is no idlo boast You know me and you know I mean just what I say Come in and let me was not to be out done Ho tumped was uway upon her string so long ns it Weill echoed Kitty And then he down too and together they went trotshow you my stock I havo everything you need on the farm at the lowest price possiblo for first class would hold him without Buappiug And ting across smiled the plain Dont buy until you see my stock and got my prices the letters sent while she was actually Miss Foster gave a huge sigh of relief goods Kitty had seen others try to catch engaged to Cady were going to fall into Isnt It curious she said How exDandy She climbed leasurely into the his hands It was a desperate situation stage actly alike Miss Fowler and Mr Glocesand dragged the mail pouch from But for all her blue eyes and curls and under Anyone might have been She was frightened ter write the seat bewildering ways Miss Foster was the dlsceiyed now and cold and trembling and sho woman to meet it Which was not very relovant but threw quick glances to where ORourke Ir- Â¬ After a time she rose to her feet and and the passengers wore advancing and Cady did not ask what she meant The Hy relevancy was one of Miss Fosters many set her lips It is a peculiarity of retreating and deploying never within Bayby by Gwendolen Overton in Tho lips that they can set upon arms reach of Dandy When she had charms Heros a iiy ASSSC AIDF CAIIItl IIIIDlCt lEWIXQ MACHINE kj Cralskl C O U abjl to iaU atHaTm X H nearest freight aepo ana II occasions She knew that Cady had not Btowed away in the crown of her cap a Argonaut aaiiM You can eiamine it at your aa you and I Let us watch him ropresenioa round Mihrilr satiTetarr exactly aa4 yet received thooe lotters And she de- Â¬ small package post marked Bowie and aa MIU huUih lra allEVERklak a S60O0 pay THE year IIE1ED OF How he crawls OkElTEST SiEailS TOC BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT cures termined that he never ohould She addressed to Cady in a pointed spraw rraiaktacaatour SDOClal Offer Price SlRKfl Up the walls ana frelsbt chargee The machine weighss pnnt fnp sick paf n mllefl would rob the staye m ti fHlnh will vmca ling almost feminine baud sho snapped Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Yet he nover falls TRIAL In your own home andGIVE IT THREE MONTHS you are not aatlsfled we all airwe will return your Ilk 60 any day Guard mounting was just over and the lock She had left the keys in tho Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains er Bcwlaf aicaia ai eoau eiuw aiaw laka sad Era I believe with six such legs latklae Catalan SISOSaaSap all fatly Jflribdi Oar Fife the stage was not due until noon Kitty bag For she knew that the postmaster Bruises Old Sores CornB and all pain bat 3I3DO rr lai jjuuf lJliaL UAijiXll jjuitvua most penetrat- Â¬ walk on eggs You and I could The set a big hat n tiltlng upon her curls aud had duplicates Is the greatest value ever offered by any house she steadied her- Â¬ and inflammation Then There he goes ing liniment In tho world Price 25 eta RFWARE OF IMITATIONS ZSISS1X walked down to the postofllce Fate self with a long drawn breath and gath Â¬ names vertlsmenta offering aakaewa ataekl- - under various lean kewith On his toes are with partiality for the brave and fair ering her riding skirts about her walked nnd 50 cts A R Fisher various Inducements aa Wrlle seae frlt4 la Ckltat aa ivn wim iivr Tickling babys nose willed that tho postmaster had left his toward Dandy holding out her hand A Lot In a Line has every HODER1 IBrEOTEBEIT t or kvkbv BUKDIliK OR1DE ooon iviKTBI1DE kveut iiiuiI WITH THE desk Miss Foster pushed open the gate Dandy had been brought up to believe kUCIUIE Flies can see There are 1288103 telephones or ioik maue by the iieht jt akfii in amfkioa Diners and went behind tho rail The keys to that this meant sugar or nutmegs He More than we riVU lllXJirni Jiiiacaisanu Rockefellers income is 25 a minute MAo NKY SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK SXhinetT the mail bag hmg upon thoir hook camo with neck outstretched and muz- Â¬ So how bright their eyes must be I Croesus was worth 20000000 machine ruio IXILISIIM ono Illustration hostakl HaaSclosed heaUdro p WkwirWkWgZMf ika atkar pocket When the zled in the little gloved palm She put them in her r He is Little fly DlnmromBiRhttoleuiiedaBaeatr Mexico has no chambermaids apaa with full length taldo and head In place for sewing 4 faa postmaster came back she was placidly sorry he was naughty said Miss Foster u rraaa ckthi iuviru Ope your eye erawtri lalrat lv aaitua In the world there are 550000000 decorated cabinet rlnlah finest nickel drawer pull rests on 4 caa- marking his clean blotter with the letter scratching tho back of his ear and he sheep Spiders aro near by l nitt rnnpmnMnn rft- mlf threading vibrat patent stamp is going to be good and never never run ing shuttle autoamtle bobbin winder adjustable bearingsImproved tension dovils TurkB call the bicycle the For a secret I can tell liberator Improve loose wheel adjustable rresser Is handsomely decorated If you please Sir Jones she said away from his mistress again carrier patent needle bar patent dreaa guard head chariot Spiders never use files well d aad kaaailfeliy NIOKEL TIlIIVirviED and durable aad acartaall I want this letter registered rtUDANTEED tk HskUt maalaa awt aar Free Instruction Boowarklae And then she rewarded ORourke by Berlin houses have luminous numbers telle Then away dV Krr iaowa allatkaual isfareMee aad or any kind of fancy work lust howanvoneeanrunlt anddoeltherplaln Is sent with every machine An hour later Miss Foster reined up putting her booted foot in bis great palm Visitors leave 40000000 a year in Do not stay XSO YEAllS DINDINO OUABANTKE compare It IT rnQTC vnil NDTHINR to see and examine this machine her horse on the top of a rise and looked and springing to her seat in a manner Italy Llttlo fly good day wltn tnoe jourstorekeepersellsat 4000 SIOOO pay to SHO OO and then If convinced yea arasalaf SU00 taaa aayyaaan across the flat stretch of greasewood and that did his training credit She smiled In area Texas exceeds Spain Home wltkU tkrae ataatk School and OlB SltaO If at aay tl yaar rraltkt aaat tka 1660 aa m i ORDER TO DAT Ul ti-- - rA a m tinn iti trni v rfi inin raiior away a tiny speck on the passenger and thanked him cactus and sage Far BtlMlUStS Iroland has 40000 mud caoins CO Inc Chicago III Address SEARS ROEBUCK was crawling toward her along the white sweetly I have been a sufferer from chronic London has 1380 miles of streets war and have paper road It was the stage She had been When you write mentlnnthis I hope the postmaster will not be Parisians eat 100000 pounds of snails diarrhoea ever since the born upon the plains an she had an un- Â¬ angry with me for delaying the trans- Â¬ daily used all kinds of medicines for it At failing eye for its distance There would portation of the government mails and last I found one remedy that had been The most contrvllu locahvs RATES Marvel of a Oraphophone She cast she cantered away be full half an hour to wait a success as a cure and that is Chamber Â¬ Hotel In trw cltu IWA EV PCH 0A1 rfettkL var iV One of tbo wonders of the end of tho lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem about for some way of killing time and Cady sat himself upon the top step of Gaars Mills La found a deep wide fissure in the parched the porch of Captain Fosters quarters century is the home Grapbophone that e Grisham earth It appealed to her daring She Miss Foster did the same Cadyo face will reproduce any kind of music or any For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R put her horse to a run and jumped it was stern and set Miss Fosters was sound One can arrange a full program A Shellman StephenBport of the most attractive band orchestral or time and again to the crest of the slope white and scared There was a silence Famous Laughing Plant of Arabia The stage was near She dismounted Cady drew from his pockot a pack Â¬ vocal music and vary it every evening Then felt of tho girths and sat down bugging age of letters The seeds of the laughing plant of They were in Kittys On the Grapbophone one can record tho tiny noonday shade of a mesqulte wrltting Kitty drew from her pocket human voice or any sound and reproduce Arabia Droduce the same effect upon the bush for the sun was burning down another package They were in Oadys it at once You can keep the voiceB of persons as laughing gas The plant at Â¬ your friends to be heard whenever you tains a height of from two to four feet from a hard blue sky A big red ant hand Cady spoke first wide spreading was carrying a beetles wing many times said 1b a bundle of le- Â¬ wish Graphopbones made for home with woody stems Here he larger than its self Kitty watched it ttersfour in number They came to entertainment can be bought as low as branches and bright green foliage Ita 10 Write for catalogs 30 to tho fruits are produced In clusters and aro of until she heard the rattle of traces as the me in to days mail They were accom- Â¬ stage climbed the other side of the slope panied by this note from Glocester I Columbia Phonograph Co No 919 a yellow color The seeu poua are sou and wooly In texture and contain two Then huo commended her soul to heaven need not assure you that I have not read Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O 2 and or three black seedB of the size of a Pressed Standing Seam and brought hor quirt down upon tho them but I gather from what he says Some Pastors Salaries Brazilian bean Their flavor is a little horses black flanus that they are of an exceedingly personal sweet the Corrugated The stage driver drew up his stock nature and of verv recent date You Dr Emil Hirsch has been offered lilrn nnhiru and their taste is sickening and the one passenger put out his head may guess my opinion of Glocester 15 years by odoi from them produces a V Crimp 15000 a year for the next Roofing ine and shoulders and gazed at the Blender But he bent upon her a look of wither- - the Saval congregation in Chicago to in- Â¬ aensation and is Bllghtly ouensive taken in Roll Cap duce him to remain as pastor This is seeds when pulverized and Tarred FeIt peculiar effect V tho same as tho salary paid to Bishop small quantities haye a m and TACTUaEl Sheathing Paper nil He begins to laugh loudly Potter of New York who has besides upon man LuSft r dances and Steel Cap however a rectory and a private secre- Â¬ boisterously then be sings Roof Paints of fantastic capers tary The lato Dr Hall of the Fifth cuta all manner Writ lor Prices and Roof Cement manners Catalogue avenue Presbyterian church received Such extrayagance of gait and was never produced by any other kind 20000 a year Thero are soveral other great preachers who receive all tho way of dosing Ladles Home Journal from 10000 to 15000 while the num Found VVkkVJVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVSMAkAASAkA ber that command from 5000 to At A R Fisher Cloverport E A Ability pays in 10000 is considerable Hardinsburg drug store a mar Â¬ the pulpit as elsewhere At the other Witts velous cure for all kidney complaints end of the scale jiastors are lucky who Â¬ nervous exhaustion and female weak receive 250 a year and a donation party Ring out the old Kins in the Mir la Foleys Kidney cure ness It jRlngont tho false Rlnjlnthotm To Consumptives ATTORNEY AT LAW Mule Meat We bring to you tho new and truo from tha Ab an honest remody Foleys Honey plney forests of Norway Tho French Minister of Agriculture and Tar does not hold out false hopes In reports that the consumption of boree advanced stages but truthfully claims to mule and donkey meat for 1808 shows a The glye comfort and relief in the very worst still greater Increase than 1897 cases and in the early stages to effect a number of borsea slaughtered waa 20 Pine-Tar-Hon- ey E A 030 of mules 51 of donkeys 303 The cure A R Fiaber Oloyerport Witt Hardinsburg prime cuta Bell for a franc a pound and Natures most natural remedy Improved by little of the meat brings leaa than ten sclenco to n Pleasant Permanent Posttiro A Lions Speed cents The Pathfinder Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces For a abort distance a lion or a tiger of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Â¬ can outrun a man and can equal tho For Whooping Cough Asthma BronTho sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila-Â¬ no medicine speed of a fast horso but they looo their chitis or Consumption rated tho microbe beating mucus Is cut out tho HoREUOUND cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed wind at tho end of bait a mile at the equals BALLARDS membranes am healed and soothed so that ther Price 21 and 60cta A R most They have little endurance and SYKUP Is no Inclination to cough aro remarkably weak in lung power Fisher OLD BY ALL GOOD pRUQQISTS Their strength is the klud which is cap- Â¬ M It la Battlaa O n ly 28a 60s hihI 100 SIsm able of terrific effort for a short time BE 8UnC YOU OCT The modern reign of terror OJSL I AH M YEARS OLD 9M any iwujrejuai Ml Tt lit May curses rost upon It I lh KlnUoa Ha Alwari Brtt Bears the Kooer It strap ante sad psmiansnt raltef 8 wmwmlmuwMkwj Pfi It make the shower that overtakes Basntel4vMOeaeVaa4ooUa Is aUgnstm K mm TSUBB ajskftaawsk A woman and her bonnet of Til MpsIWr was different from IaufTbrfMl tho torture of tho dnmned wltli protruding piles brought on by constipa- Â¬ tion with which I was nniictcd for twenty years I ran nomas your CAHCAHKTS In tho town of Newell la nnd Hover found anything to equal thorn To day I nm entirely free from piles nnd feel llks a now man II Kkitz till Jones St Sioux City la PILES IS YOUR FENGE AN EYESORE aflair G la It an old picket f - ft5 Dni it detract from tho beauty of your fc Waffle E3ZEJ PEKCB -- it 1 The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine Without A Fault SSHTO 7iffi 0 0W Â¬ DEERING REPAIRS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J W PATE McQuady Ky FjOO semd NOMowEYaseasaa PWWi Slr mji blinnir THE at 1 mm f i ti - ml ft J etlyp 9W6712L W FMhmm QMmr s J V G BABBAGE DR BELLS HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY F AND ASSIGNMENTS ft Pins-Ta- HI IfTORXA O FIFiaiE vm THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE WEDNESDAY Wv Editoro and Proprietors THIS BUSY WORLD NNrvwNvxY M v AvvyyvvAY mfefPS THE p i - i w IS I - SOUL OF WIT Just a cough MAY 17 1899 1s Ill EIGHT PAGES FrBB TKADK RAILWAY BUILDING AND PROSPERITY A CCORDING to a conservative estimate by tha Railway Age 5000 miles of new railroad will bn built in tho United States this year This moans the invest Â¬ ment of 15000000 and tho addition of that value to the taxable wealth ot the will kill the trualB Tins is an off week Clarence old boy A MKWsiArKR wrapper is a sort of coat ot mail States increasing facilities for transportation in many neglectod districts and tho employment at good wages of 25000 men Preparations like these together with the increase in wages in many industries indicate a healthy condition of business Everything from pin manufacture to farm real estate shows renewed activity Ono day a man carrying a fuzzy little poodlo under one arm entered Mr Armours ofllre and tried to talk P D Into buy Â¬ MORE DOG ing it Tho price was exorbitant 200 for a uselcm toy poodle Mr Armour locked at tho man then at the dog and back attain at tho man and said No Tho sausage business must pick up considerably before I can pay so Saturday much for small dogs Bring around a mastiff and Ill talk to you Evening Post WANTED The best known coin collector iu this section is the toll gatherer SYNDICATE Tub avorago candidates hopes aro raised without much cultivation PLANTERS Durino tho Juno convention cut candidates A carpet trust is the latest give it a beating TiiK eighty worms will play havoc with the crop of Tho peoplo should ariBe in their might and TT UGO VON REITZENVTEIN representing a syndicate of Amorlcan and Cuban A A capitalists has consummated a deal for the purchase of anumbor of the largest tobacco factories in Havana and much tobacco land The combinod output of tho factories is 100000 cigars dailybeBldes a vast numbor of cigarettes This is only ono ot a dozen syndicates that is buying up Cuba Soon southern truck far mors will haye to compete with every kind of West India produce pineapples early vegetables oranges and other tropical fruits grown wholosalo by chartered companies and with cheap labor A woman evangelist is converting many sinners in Paris In one ner addresses the other day she said Thero is a man in this house who is untruo to hla wife I I am going to throw this hymubook at him She raised the hymnbook as if she was going to throw it and eyery man but ono in the houso ducked his head to avoid the book Then she blistered tbo dodgers and lauded the ono true man It was afterward learned that he was deaf and dumb Exchange OFF HER TROLLEY Not worth paying attention Perhaps you to you say have had it for weeks Its annoying because you have a constant desire to cough It annoys you also becauso you remember that weak lungs is a family failing At first it is a slight cough At last it is a hemorrhage At first it is easy to cure At last extremely difficult r tit Ci r i year old firmer who went against the Bholl gamo at the circus is a green old age enjoying hns a girl who wouldnt harm a mouse but ho murders a song in the most heartless fashion CLOVKiiroRT AN UNDESIRABLE CLASS OP IMMIGRANTS 185S famine and the tyranny of British landlords drove the Irish in great hordes to the United States Today the same causes amino and persecution have driven 50000 Ualiclanj to our shores and others are coming Tho 302 square miles of territory that mako up the province of Gallcia are situated principally in the Carpathian mountains and are the crown lands of Austria Gallcia has a population of 7000000 Her people are Greek and Roman Catholics They are clannish and ignorant It is doubtful if they will make a desirable class of citizens x TN A distinguished Massachusetts clorgyman tells a story at hla own expense lie was on a tramp through tho White Mount ains with another clergyman I ir a companion Ono day they mounted the drivers seat of a stage coach As is often the case tho stage driver was nn interesting charactor whose conversation abounded in good atorios The three speedily became friendly and it was with reluctance that they partod at BIRDS OF A FEATHER Ayers Cherry Pectoral Sf Vi hacking cough quickly conquers your little There is no doubt about the cure now Doubt comes from neglect For over half a century Ayers Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and preventingconsumption It cures Consumption also if taken in time r the end Â¬ Tiik man who allows ids prejudice to get fat and strong usually allows his reason to get lean and weak whiskey can bo made in fifteen minutes is another evidence of the fact that we live in a fast age the journey Im glad to hev met yar fellere said the driver on leaving them Yer see Anecdotes and Morals I havent Been a man this summer only ministers of That fifteen-year-o- ld A GREAT LAND BUYING NATION a few days vy HENSpain for theago the United States handed out to Phillipinee country its check for 20 000000 had made the Bixth of its great land purchases Its first transaction of this eort took placo just 06 years ago when Jef- Â¬ Tiik Wiiitk Housb grounds are to be converted into a potato patch Can it ferson bought Louisiana for 15000000 and more than doubled the national area thereby Monroe bought Florida by assuming to the extent of 5000000 the be possible that President McKinley is one of PJngreea converts claims of American citizens against Spain Polk gave 18250 000 in the aggregate Mexico and California in 1848 In 1853 Fierce paid 10000000 for that It would be a great thing if many Dreckenridgo county farmers would follow for NewNew part of Mexico and Arizona south of the Gila riyer Johnson gaye 7200000 Joaquin Millers advice to plow up your dogs and plant turkeys for Alaska in 18G7 this If your rivals in business will advertise How can you afford to do otherwise He who shuns the public gaze Thinks advertising never pays A West Side Sunday school class in Chicago bad been studying tho Old Testament Tho youngsters were small but bright SCHLEY and were deeply interested in the subject Jimmy said the teacher turning to one of the Btar pupils who was it killed the Philistines 7 Samson said Jimmy without hesitation Twas not But Walter Smiths hand was raised in an indignant protest Sampson wasnt there at all he declared without waiting to bo asked about it It waB Schley Exchange IT WAS THEY WERE CRUSHED Father OLeary a well known Catholic priest and wit was on VeTy friendly terms with his nolghbor the Church of England vicar They met on the road ono day whon tho vicar said Ketf eat of Dr ADers Caerri pectoral Plasters over gov tugs II goa coagn book on excitedly Ob Father OLeary have you heard the awful news 7 No says the priest what Is it all 7 Something awful I says the vicar the bottom has fallen out of Purgatory and all the Catholics have tumbled into hell what a crushing the poor Oh dear oh dear says Father OLeary News Letter Protestants must have got I 1 Shall we send you this subject free Omf Medical Department FRENCH PEOPLE HATE THEIR GOVERNMENT THE DREYFUS scandal in France will not down It is stated that bo acute has become the crisis before tho nation that there are even plots now being fo8 tered for revolution and that if tho inevitable Dreyfus scandals do not end soon there will be almost volcanic eruption that will place either a king on tho throne or call for some sort of reorganization with a military dictator at the bead but that military will be none that is suspected of being involved in the Dreyfusa affair No one in Paris knowB whom to trust eyery one aeemB to have oven remotely been touched by the hand of infamy The people sicken they hate their rulers they have contempt for the Generals of their army and they suzpect the honesty of their courts Aud yet withal they are merry you have any complaint what ever and detlro the belt medical rfirl In wrltA WM Man nIHw the doctor freely You will receive a prompt ropiy wiuiom con Addreai OU J O AYER LoweU It At Mt Vernon Ga a man named John Lattera indulged in a shooting scrapo with two other men Like the anti trust law hes a dead Letter now the grounds that his wife had a glass eye must bo so abnormally sensitive that he cannot stand a glassy stare Tim Cincinnati man who sued for divorce on Mui In bankruptcy hell never sink Who puts his trust in printers ink to name a new battle ship The American Girl She will have to be taken out of commission leap years to prevent her from hugging the It is proposed UNCLE SAMS PETTY TROUBLES ABROAD TNCLE SAMS citizens are not being well treated in some of the smaller countries of the world In Morrocco one of the Barbary States Americans were illegal ly arrested they were Interfered with in thoir business and their claims were held up They claimed damages and Rear Admiral Howison aboard the United States cruiser Chicago was dispatched to Tangier to demand reparation He gave the Sultan of Morrocco 24 hours in which to settle or he would bombard the city The Sultan settled No sooner is this settled than another citizen comes with a com plaint He is Archie McCarter a civil engineer and contractor who went to Yuca- Â¬ tan in 1811 Shortly afterwards he was arrested and without trial placed in a pol- Â¬ itical prison in the Republic of Colombia He wants 150000 damages and the government will help him collect this amount of indemnity T shore county were capable of producing sugar beets at the same as she produces dead beats her future as a center of the industry would be ratio v BnacKBNRinai of the back land counties of South Texas is a negro doctor who enjoys a more or less extensive practice among the colored population A white physician accosted him on the road the other day saying Well Dr Sam where have you been 7 Wraslin wid Mose Jones he bus a Been to see Bill Johnslng sah blood vessel Why thats serious I What did you prescribe 7 Ah I done fix him all right wid alum and gum arable Alum to draw de Argonaut pahta togeddah an de gum to stick em SIMPLE METHODS In one LO UISVILLE AND THE STA TE Loultvllle Post an assured fact Oun national affliction loose divorce laws will for the sake of coming gen- Â¬ erations necessitate the revision of the fifth commandment bo it shall read Honor thy fathers and thy mothers Six murder cases will be tried at the next term of the Ohio rounty Circuit Court The chances are that they will be diposed of in time to furnish grist or Acting Governor Worthingtons pardon mill is to respond to the toast As Others See Us at the Louisville Commercial Club banquet Col Jack Chinn can testify when he saw General Butler was one of a commission to examine young applicants for admission to the bar and before him came n youth who failed miserably on all that pertained to jurispru denco case law civil law sumptuary law unwritten law and duo process of law You have What would you like to be examined in Finally Butler asked failed in everything we have suggested Try me on the statutes Im up on them The reply came My young friend he said Butler rhook his head solemnly Im afraid you wont do You may be ever so familiar with the Btatutes but what is to prevent a fool Legislature from repealing all you know 7 Argonaut COULDNT SAVE HIM On old Carlisle Bridge in Dublin there was a fruit stall the keeper of which Biddy the apple woman was a better known figure than oven the Lord Mayor She had a ready and glib tongue and never allowed a verbal assailant to retire with all the honors An American vis-Â¬ itor thinking to take a rise out of the old woman took up one of the watermelons These are small apples yon grow over she was displaying for sale and said hare In America we have them twice as large Biddy slowly removed her dudheen or clay pipe from her lips and coolly surveying the joker from head to heels said in a tone of pity Yerra what a fool yez must be whin yez take our gooseberries for apples Newcastle Chron- Â¬ icle HORSE ON HIM Stories of strange and amusing answers given to examination questions are frequently told but we do not often see recorded tho equally surprising answers given by children in Sunday schools and yet thoy are frequently original enough A teacher lately wishing to turn the young idea toward the mission field said What are the good men called who leave their homes and go to foreign lands to teach the heathen 7 Prodigal sons was the prompt and triumphant reply A class of boys when asked What were the ten plagues 7 answered with more fervor than gallantry The ten virgins air Westminster Gazette TRITE ANSWERS 1 1 SOME PURE FOOD REVELATIONS COMMITTEE composed of United States senators who are making pure food investigations have heard some startling testimony A S Mitchell chief chemiRt of the Wisconsin Dairy and Food Commission made the sworn state Â¬ ment that nearly every butcher in Illinois used preserving liquid on Bcraps of meat that were converted into sausage or hamburger Bteak Farmers said ho use a stuff very extensively that they call freezine It is used for the purpose of keep- Â¬ ing milk and butter This freezine I have found to be nothing less than pure aldenhyde a chemical that acts disastrously upon the tissues of the stomach Dr Wiley a government expert who examined the meat preservative said he recognized it as the same chemical that was used at medical colleges to preserve cadavers and is occasionally put to service to disinfect houses where small pox patients live Several witnesses said that the common basis for the majority of jellies manufactured nowadays are the cores and parings of apples utilized after they bad been evaporated The substance it was claimed is mixed with glucose in large quantities with sugar in small quantities and then colored and flavored to suit the outside design on the package THE x Charley Bkonston the Hon Charles the latter stood pat and called the bluff A danville capitalist is planning to erect a hemp rope factory The num ber of mnrdor cases now on trial in Kentucky may offer inducementa for the en Â¬ terprise but it is doubtful if the courts are willing to establish a precedent and bang murderers merely to encourage home industries Â¬ My friend be wise And advertise Your business without ceasing In your progress Youll find success With sheckels fast increasing AN ORGANIZED FINNS LOSE LIBERTY FOR RELIGIONS SAKE A FTERenjoyinfc liberty for centuries the people of Finland are at last feell ng tne ueavy hand of Russian oppression They have been deprived of every constitutional privilege and are now abject vassals of the Czar The story as tos what could have Induced the Czir to sanction a tyrannical policy toward the Finn just now when he is anxious to appear well in the public opinion of Europe is to the effect that General Kanapotkin Minister of War has discovered the existence of an arrangement by which in the event of a war between Russia and Germany the Finns were to take the aide of Germany and to provide 100000 against Russia The Finns aro strong Lutherans and the Germans being of the same religion makes the story seem probable The reports of the department of prisons just issued at St Petersburg shows that during the past two y jars tho total number of persons banished to Siberia has amounted to 20000 of whom 895 were women Of these exiles 2023 including 127 women were sentenced to hard labor in the mines What makes these figures noteworthy is the fact that tho Russian government has repeatedly announced during the past few years that exile to Siberia as a punish ment had been abolished KICK Tut Lrd Mps Ovate ulio help themsehes The people of Breckenridge county who are iuteiested in the development of our asphalt deposits must don their fighting clothes and go to Louisville and help fight the battle that will result in an open door for our most valuable min Â¬ eral product Our slogan should be Kentucky Asphalt for Louisville streets A victory will mean much for Breckenridge county Wo have within our borders enough rock asphalt to pave the streets of every city in the world It Ib the best the cheapest material of the kind in the Universe and if we can induce Louisville to give Kentucky asphalt the same showing under tho ordinances that she gives the Barber or Trinidad Lake product wo will have removed the ban that shuts our rock out from competition in every city in tho land Over and over again we have been told that the people of Louisville are with us in this fight Time and again we have been assured that the whole commer- Â¬ cial community will back us up Repeatedly wo have been informed that tho only impediment is the Ilaldeman newspapers Lum Simons Weaver and the Board of Public Works If we go to the State Commercial Convention in force we may be able to ac- Â¬ Let every business house in the county send a representa- Â¬ complish something Hawea Jolly fc Cain McGlothlan tive Surely Shelman Bland W A Brown Jolly A Pigott A A Richardson B F Beard A Co Horace Scott Win Gardner the Guthries the Haswells the Kincheloes the Hooks tho Moormans I H DoWeese Julian Brown Dr Dempster Wm Deano Jr Bro W A Pate Wilson A Cobb Bland A Lyons fauhers Vests T Bheeran Moorman A Owen Short A Haynes A R Fisher the Skillmans the Fraizes Oelzes FredDHuy Frank Payne Henry Stader Gregory A Gibson Dr R L NewBom Julius Sipple and a host of professional and business men in the county will have Borne inlluence with the Main Street Jobbers and with the business men whose financial and political interests give them a right to dictate the policy of the cily This is a fair fight We will not go to Louisville demanding favors We will go thero asking that the Kentucky rock asphalt companies be given exactly the same showing that is accorded the Trinidad asphalt companies It will be our only opportunity to ascertain Louisvilles true attitude toward the State We are perfectly eatiefNd that the men who are the life of Louisyille will give us a respectful and sympathetic hearing We are sure that they will act with us In a reasonable way What is needed is an organized kick If we kick hard enough wo will get what we go alter If we get what we go after an interest will be developed that will employ hundreds ol our laboring men and their teams Instead of one asphalt company in Breckenridge county there will be a dozw Our towns will grow our county will bo made wealty every piece of property within the borders ofBreckenridge will enhance in yalue The kick will be worth the price LOGIC OF A work lighter YeB As I understand it said the heathen you propose to civilize me 7 SAVAGE Exactly so You mean to get me out of habits of idleness and teach me to work That is the idea And then lead me to simplify my methods and invent things to mako my And next I will become ambitious to get rich bo that at all 7 I wont have to work I Â¬ THE CUBAN ARMY AND ANNEXATION EN MAXIMO GOMEZ eoems to be an advocate ot militarism He has pre- sented his views to Governor General Brooke regarding a Cuban standing army rum bis standpoint an army of 15000 men will be necessary Consider- Â¬ able surpriso was manifested at headquarters over the magnificence of the project Gomez doubtless believes such an army would bo placed under his personal con- Â¬ trol Since tho investigations of Captain Hickey who has just returned from a 2000 mile trip in the province east of Havana there is a growing conyiction that there will be no need for rural guards except in the wilder portions of tho provin Â¬ ces of Santiago and Puerto principo This knocks Gomezs standing army scheme in the head Speaking of Cuban affaire a fact of Importance in connection with Cubas future that is daily becoming more apparent is the likelihood of Cuban an- Â¬ nexation if our government desires it The congressmen who insist on indepen Â¬ dence are growing fewer Bartolomo Masso once president of the Cuban revolu- Â¬ tionary government and who hnows the limitations of his people says he is con fident that the Cubans would be bo well pleased with the results of American rule now in progress and so disgusted with the Cuban failure to imitate it wuich will follow that they will be knocking at our doors in short order Naturally Well whats tho use of taking such a rounabout way of getting just where started 7 I dont have to work now Washington Star f A certain young heiress the daughter of a Southern millionaire entered the leading jewelry establishment of Los Angeles anu alter looking over the stock selected a turquoise and diamond ring valued at two hundred and fity dollars She made out a check for that Bum and passed it to the clork The alert young man glanced at it and looking inquiringly up at the young woman said There is some mistake here I think The young woman flushed and asked if the check was not for the right amount She was told it was but But what ahe exclaimed frigidly Do you mean that my check is not acceptable Give it to me at once please The clerk complied assuring her as he handed it over that her signature was WAS IT SIGNED AN ENGLISH VIEW OF AMERICAN ADAPTABILITY CONSUL HALSTEAD at Birmingham England writing to the Department of State about the uneasiness that American trade encroachments la causing the BrstiBh mind quotes President Richie of the Birmingham Board of Trade who says The Americans readily adapt themselves to the requirements and circum Â¬ stances of the people for whom they cater and willingly depart from the beaten track to meet the requirements of their customers but their principal advantages lie in bettor machinery and better labor Recently an Engliah plow maker found his business drifting steadily to America He opened hla morning mail bag only to dad an increasing number of bills and fewer orders Ruin so e mod so imminent that be determined to sail across and And out on thipot how it was the Ameri cans undernold blra He called upon one of hU rivals ou landiug and told him rankly the object of his visit The American expressed every willingness to show the Knglahman over hla works and guessed they had better begin at the begin nlngarid go right through In the first shop they entered bx machines were humming merrily at their work all of them being operated by one man That is enough for me aaldths Englishman I dont want to see any farther In our country I should be compelled bv the trad uninn t L t i u m tuau at oacu ot 1X1060 machines and perhaps boy to help him or shut up shop s -- good for ten times that Bum The girl ran her eye over it and then turned deep crimson Oh she exclaimed I see l And then ehe proceeded to make out another She had signed the flrat Your own sweetheart Jessie Exchange 1 Brigade sharply Here you man did anyone ever teach you how to salute Yes air drawled the trooper as he glanced at the youngster Well knock your hsela together said the young officer and tho trooper came to attention with the precision of an old soldier Now salute he said and the troopers gauntlet came to the rim of bis hat and staid there until the young Lieutenant answered it at the same time Now remember this and dont let it happen again What ia your demanding name and what do you belong to 7 Without relaxing hla pobltlon from attention the old trooper again respectfully saluted and remarked dryly My name is Samuel Sumner and Im Brigadier General of the Cavalry Â¬ THE VETERAN A Second Lieutenant recently graduated from West Point had joot Joined his regiment in Cuba and was Btandlng near the SALUTED palace door in Hayana when a grlzzlod and unahaved old eoldler wearing a cavalry Bergeanta Btrlpes on his breeches a blue shirt and a campaign hat stepped up and stood near him The young soldier fidgeted at the manner in which tho trooper ignored his proximity and then turned on him Exchange The Evening Post publishes today an article from tho Bheckkkridqe News ad- Â¬ dressed to the Commercial Club We do this that our merchants may know what the State thinks of the policy pursued by the two city administrations in connection with rock asphalt The News makes tho mistake of as- Â¬ suming that the Weaver administration has tho support of tho commercial community And yet it is a natural mistake enough The Evening Post for four years has been contending for an open door for Kentucky rock asphalt The contest be- Â¬ tween the Evening post and the com- Â¬ bine has attracted the attention of the State It has been a contest for better and cheaper streets here in Louisville and for the development of a new indus Â¬ try n Kentucky In this work the Evening Pout has arrayed against the asphalt combine the city officers and the attorneys of the criminal classes Nevertheless we can assure Brecken Â¬ ridge county and the State generally that the citycf Louisville stands with the Evening Post in its fight for an open door and the open door is coming Mr Todd went down because Mr Lum Simons representing the Barber Com Â¬ pany had too much influence with Todd and his administration Mr Weaver was elected because of the belief that he would glye tho city a business administration and open the doors to all commerce He was elected because of the belief of the people that he would destroy the asphalt combine and while reducing taxes would get bet- Â¬ ter streets from Kentucky rock asphalt Mr Weaver has disappointed the ex- Â¬ pectations of his supporters and of the community at Urge He has been mere putty in the hands ot Will Haldeman He made Bob Brown of the Times his Secretary and has done nothing that Bob and Bill cannot approve One re Â¬ sult has been that the times and Courier Journal have beou the thick and thin defender of the Barber specifications and the ignorant and incompetent Board of Public Works The Evening Past proposes to carry this matter before the legislature and to ask the abolition of the Board of safe ty and the Board of Public Works These boards were designed to give us a more efficient executive department but they are merely expensive obstacloa to offl clency and economy The peoplo will elect an Janti Weaver antl Haldeman General Council and anti Weaver delegation to the next Leg Â¬ islature and they will do it with the purpose of cleansing the city government eradicating nepotism and making efficiency the test of public ofilco Our Breckenridge county friends should come to the Louisville Commer- Â¬ cial Convention with the strongest dele Ration they can name and come asking the convention to indorse the demand for fair play in tho Louisyille market They must do some fighting in their own behalf Tne Barber Company hopes by exciudlng Kentucky rock asphalt from Loulsvlllo to be able to exclude it from every other city Louisville should with its cheap asÂ¬ phalt etreeta made ot Kentucky rock asphalt be a school ot demonstration and instruction showing to the world the value of the rock asphalt of Ken Â¬ tucky as a paving material The nay to do this is to come to the Commercial Convention in force and to lay its grievance before that body We are assured tho people of Louis villa are aroused and stand with the Evening Post on this isnue ready to strike when the Btrokq can be most effective We Invite Breckinridge county to Louisville and ask the Breckinridge delegation to make its headquarters at the office of the Evening Post Â¬ it m V if f M y Im i TW JIW mmam jpimi n wiiiipjpp Secret of Beauty Best iiouso palntfl Short A Ilaynes Polks apple ylneaar is health The secret of health is Sunday the power to digest and assim- Â¬ Wild rherty plioHphato Short A blood pure with Hood Sarsaparilla and ho always well ilate a proper qtianity of food Ilaynes This can never be done when Quarterly Conference Monday night Some of Cloverports yoiutgHr element had to pay the penalty that a sporting the liver does not act its part at tho bank Miso Eva King lias accepted r position life exacta and woro hoforo the grand jury last week at this olllce hort Ilaynes Frank Groonwood was at Webster and administer tho sacrament of tho Lords suppor It is better to preserve health thaii to euro disease Therefore koep your INCURABLE DISEASES JMUfflSt WANTS I Tutts Liver Doyou know this lute cure forsick headache dys- Â¬ Charles Riedel was n visitor to Louis pepsia sour stomach malaria vlllo Sunday Splendid line of inuut summer shirts constipation torpid liver piles at lowest prices Siilz na jaundice bilious fever biliousMIbs Hosa Rledol and Mrs F Seifried ness and kindred diseases Bpent Sunday at Holt Â¬ Chris Jones Strphensporr Pills are an abso- Â¬ city Sunday was in tlm Summer Including the underwear comfortable Halo flint suits open knit work for men Beat thing on tho market Sulzars cool Prosecuting Attorney W S Chelf was He took the traiu in the city Saturday hero for his home at E Izibethtown where ho spent Sunday Miss Lucile Sterrett and Messors Ed Kelley and Wm Oyerby of Hawesvile were in the city Friday the guests of the Misttea Marguerite and El zabeth Bow- uier MIbi Maggie Lewis returned Sunday from llardiuabunr where she has been visiting relatives and friends She van accompanied homo by her cousins Mis3 Lula Vessels aud Messrs Clarence and Wave Lewis who after spending tho returnod that evening J S Richards a progressive farmer who lives in the Fordsville neighbor Â¬ hood waa in the city Saturday He re Â¬ ported that early wheat in this neigh- Â¬ bor is good but tiiat 1 tte wheat will on ly make about hoi a crop He sayathat people in this neighborhood will begin sotting their tobacco plants this week ji Misses Ltnnie and Jenmo Bates Haw esville are visiting friends in tno city Mr and Mrs Goorge Jollyol Hardins Â¬ News burg were in town Monday shopping Mlesea Ella and Bina Bandy of Union WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1890 Star are tho guests of Mitt E A Kiasain Gregory Co sell Homestead fertll- CARDS OP THANKS ow Italian clirpfl font izar to caul customers only at S 7 00 per the rate of 10 tend per line OUITOAKIES charged for al the rate of 6 cents ton per line Misa Lnura Yeagor leaves Sunday for MONEY IN ADVANCE We hope the change will do Oarrolton her good M M 1p Manager Cerf of The Fair spent Sun Â¬ day and Monday with his parents at THE LOCAL NEWS Louisville IN CLOVERPORT 2 All tho passenger trains on the Hen Â¬ derson Route were loaded with pas Â¬ Ub 4444 44444 sengers Sunday River is rising Mrs Elizabeth King and daughter Pure drugs Short Ilaynea Miss Grace visited relatives at Hawes vllle last week Fisliinjt tackel Short llanes Cal Pickerel and wife of Guston and Carriage paints Short Unyncp A B Oliver and wife oi Cuater went to Walter King spent Sunday at LouisLouisville Sunday ville Mr and Mrs Foster Heyser went to Razors and pocket knives Short Louisville Thursday to attend the Bap Â¬ Ilaynes Charles Skillman was at Louisville tist convention Sunday Mr Williams Waltman came up Wm Burrell Owousboro was in town Sunday to see his father-in-UJoseph Saturday Porter who is quito ill Home grown strawberries are on the Mr and Mrs J D Babbage and little market daughter Mildredspsnt Sunday at Long Burrell Deard Owenshoro wbb in the Branch in Meade county city Sunday Childrens day will be observed at the Duke Powell Gleiidcaiip was in town Methodist church Sunday morning last week Nice program for the occasion Several big tons of coal are coming Wanted Girl for general house work down the river white preferred Wages S3 00 per week Mrs H V Harms Cloverport Ky Miss Elizabeth Skilltnan wont to Lou- Â¬ isville Wednesday Mr Hilary Mattingly aud Miss Clara Early home grown vegetables are ap Lewis of Hardinsburir were in tho city Sunday the guests of Miss Floy Lewis pearing on the market Miss Lida Polk Tobinsport lnd is Misses Ella and Willie Ahl and Bula visiting relatives at Skillman Hook of Hardinsburg wore guests of Dr F Lightfoot Hftwesville was in Mr and Mrs Sam Abl Saturday and Sunday the city Saturday on business Mrs Eliza Taylor of Rosetta who has N W Nowers Glondeane helped to been the guest of her sister Mrs H V swell the crowd in town Saturday Amos Board Hardinsburg was in the Duncan returned to her home Wednes- Â¬ day morning city Sunday tho miest of his brother Rev V Elgin Presiding Elder will for Fifty Cents preach at the M E church Friday even Guaranteed tobacio habit cure makes wealc 50c tl All druzvlsts ing at 7 45 and Sunday evening at 7 45 J men atrona blood Dure Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge Many diseases considered in- - Advertisements Inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion curable are catarrh under other names WANTFD MITB Slmplo catarrh in holding tho head is called WAN Inll TorHie parly palil on ormy pcrtonnl te hefure loot f incurable Con- will please notify incinotiibft THUS HLYIIIE sumption is ca- Â¬ FOIt NAIE HWKBT IOTATOtS tarrh of tho lungs and its Wit SAIK All the IftKllnir vnrktli ol Sweet Potato Plants fur ute by victim is no KIXiAll rcmuitANr doubt past help FOR SALE STOCK TEAS in tho more adÂ¬ vanced stages OR SAIE Stock lea by but great num j o un u v itrs v u iiaminsburg Ky bers of people die of consumption F0K SAIK IIOILSES AND MAKES needlessly It is certain that every phaso of catarrh including many oases I 10K SAIK Choice Harei Work Hornet and W E MINOR Addlion Ky Marei of consumption are ourcd by the right treatment Dr Hartmana FOR SALE DRUG STOCK great prescription attacks catarrhal Oll SALE A iiooil tock of drugs Apply to diseases scientifically and cures them T Cox Kkron Ky I hi h great ibar- Dr Hartman explains it fully in his iln books which aro mailed on application Hero is a letter from Mrs llanncning WANTED TIE MAKERS Mazo Manio Wis who is ono of many jootlemnkeri- WANTKl IK COMPANY Apply to CIKN cured of consumption by Ulendrane Kv She says ffcdw Â¬ HATS SOME PEOPLE TALK THROUGH about our lints prettiest lino of Summer Ileadwcar tlmt wo havo carried in a long timo Wo liavo tho latest and nobbiest things in Straw Goods the swellest shapes in Alpines and tho coolest comfortablcst handsomest things in Crash Goods mMmmSff iisHHSii WE DONT Wo prefer to talk Just now wo have tho F Po-ru-- K Pe-ru-- I Ever Wear a Crash Hat If you havent hotter try ono They aro tho ideal summer hats They look just what they are cool and easy on tho head Pe-ru-- Medicine Co Columbus O WANTED JENNETT 4444 Yells nt Pellville Â¬ The population of Pellville is increas- Â¬ ing rapidly The following are the latest arrivals STEPHENSPORT A new boy at the home of Mr and Mrs Anspton MuDaniel llY ANOTHBIt COItnK810NnKNT A pretty girl at the residence of Mr Mrs Jane Shellman is still quite sick and Mrs William Ashworth Q W Payne who has boon sick is A bouncing girl at tho home of Mr improving and Mrs Hugh J Reid came May 10th Mr Lou Rob rts who has heen yery ill is somewhat improved Cannot be Cured Deafness Henry Plock from near Irvington by local applications as they cannot was at his old home Sunday reach the diseased portion of tho ear Rev Ferrell preached an interesting There is only one way to cure Deafness sermon to an appreciative audience at and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ lite Baotist church lust Siinduy Mrs Irank Lacy and children and tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in Â¬ Miss Etta English of Hopkinsville Ky flamed you have a rumbling sound or are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs imperlect nearing and when it is entire- Â¬ H S English noir here ly closed Deafness is tho result and un Miss Zelma Ly who is teaching at tees the inflammation can be taken out Preston was at home lost Saturday and and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ Sunday She is much pleased with her dition hearing will be destroyed forever school and thinks a more refined hos- Â¬ nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ pitable and altogether good sort of peo- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed ple could not be found anywhere than condition of the mucoua surfaces lives in and around Preston While at Wo will give One Hundred Dolars for home Miss Ida Hester Jarrett was her any easo of Deafness caused by catarrh gurst that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Three cheers for Cloverport women Cure Send for circulars free We wish to congratulate you on the F J CHENEY lo Toledo O noble move you have made toward rid Â¬ ding your town of its saloons Push the tfiTSold by Druggists 75c work and dont let any threats nor op Halls Family Pills are the best Dkaji Sms I cannot praiso your remedy too highly Last winter I had la grippo and hemorrhage of tho lungs followed All tho doctors around here told mo I had to dio of consumption Then I thought I would ask Dr Hart fnan for advice which I did He pre- Â¬ for me and I took it scribed according to his directions and was cured I adviso everybody that is troubled with lung disease to take Dr Hartmans treatment I urn sure they will not regret it if they do I am now enjoying good health and can thank for it Po-ru-Pe-ru-- w ANTHD poses A good Jnnett for harness pur m Ai riirJiii A LEGAL BLANKS TIOK SAIK Illank Deeds and Mortgages and All Pnrmi of Legal Clunks HIIKCKKN- HOOE NKWS OFFICII FOR SALE SOJA BEANS IiOll SALK iirja or Soy Beans and Cow Peas H OH lKaHY Cloverport Ky tf TUITION THEIR HATSi AH Prices Certificate in llryant XTtOIl SALU College Louisville Kv hllECKKNIUDOK NEWS OFFICE Mratlon Apply to Dont forget that at our store you can find most everything Theres Mat- Â¬ tings Summer Dress Goods Novelties Curtain Poles and Fixtures Picture Frames and a great big stock of sun- Â¬ dries If you want anything go to Notice Having sold out our business at Kit k I want to All close up all outstanding notes and accounts persons indebted to us will pleas coma forward settle at once as the business must be cloned and up I can be found at bherrani store All the ac- Â¬ counts of Mattingly A Jarboe and Mattingly Mil Â¬ M K MATTINO ler are In my hands Notice To the legal voters of Custer voting precinct of the Fifth Magisterial District of lireckenridgc County Kentucky There will be a poll opined at Custer at the reg ular voting place on MONDAY MAY th 899 at which time and place the sense of the voters will be taken whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered contracted or V II Â¬ SULZERS NOTICE IN loiued in said voting precinct or not and whether or hot the provisions of this law and rohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct iw IIUHTON S II C BANKRUPTCY NOTICE IN BANKQUPTCY position cause you to wayer for a mo- Â¬ ment but come rt lying on a mightier power than that of man and go forth boldly as did David before the mighty host of old We would love to meet and know our Bewleyville correspondent It is so pleasant to read her items she is so unpretending not in tho least egotistical and one can feel that she is tho person Â¬ ification of sincerity without flattery for wnat comes out of the heart goes to tho heart We like to read most all of the correspondence but of course we Vive la Golden have a preference Rod a Ilankrupt On this ajth day of April A I 1809 on consid Â¬ of the aforesild bankrupt for dis ering the petition charge filed on the asih dav of April A 1J 1890 it is ordered by the ciurt that a hrarlnu be had upon the same on the jth day ofjune A D 1899 btfore said court at Owenscoo Kentucky In and district nt 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practictble and that notice thereof be published onetime In the Hreckenndge News a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors ind other persons In interest mav appear at said time nnd place and sho cause if any they hae why the prayer of said petionir should not lie grantid Witnessthe Honorable Walter Evans Judge ol said Court and the sell thereof at Owcnsborci Kentucky in said district on the 37th day of April A D iSyq rllOS SPKKI Clerk DUDLEY LlNDSsEY Diputy Clerk s In thk lOKTIIK rVTRICTOr KlNTUCIvIN IlANKRUITCY In the matter nl 1 In Ilankruptcy KOUEIIT It llBKCK District Court ok thk United Statf IK TUB DlSTRILT COIRTOK TUB UMTEO STATUS ton thk District ok Kentucky in Hankkl1kiy In the mailer of S K VESSELS in Ilankruptcy a Ilankrupt On this 7th day of April A D 1899 on consid- Â¬ ering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the th day of April A D 1890 It is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the sarre on the jth day of lune A D 1899 before satd court at Owensboro Kentucky in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or an n ar tncreto as practicable and that notice there Â¬ of be published one time in The Orcckenrlrice News a newspaper printed In said district and that all known creditors and other persons in inter- Â¬ est may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans ludge of fald court and the seal thereof at Owensborn Kentucky in said district on the 7th day of April A D 1899 TIIOS SPEED Clerk DUDLEY LINDSEY Deputy Clerk i iiiniiHiiiinnt HAVE YOU 1 A WANT Do you need anything at all in the line of Spring and Summer Goods Do you need Dress Goods Clothing Hats Caps Shoes Summer Shirts Shirt Waist Material Fine Groceries or anything that is usually found in a first class country store Then go to Â¬ wc ow w mm We Can Supply f Your Wants P SHEERAN CLOTHING Summer Underwear BRO KIRK KY CORSETS Ladies summer corsets worth we are MP s S VnL C men r- IP Vlfe Sfffia AJwrN For All Sizes M AH Wa i Material MENS SHIRTS STRAW HATS Straw hats worth 1 25 now 100 Straw Lata worth 75u now 50C Straw hats worth 50c now 35C Nice line linen hats 25c other stores eell for 50 cents Kinds of New Goods at Cut Prices DRESS GOODS FOR m V R r y I I prices LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE HEARD OP TnAvA 100 SUMMER TtWvwX QnBiHP YjAjcjJUPgcjUU selling for li 71 50c 0 NECKWEAR ALL THE LADIES KNIT Parasols AND A Umbrellas ajl ll I I I VESTS FOR HOT FINE VARIETY OF FANS AND LADIES GOODS 12 dozen V mens nice shirts worth 75 cents now 5 dozen nico fancy NEWEST STYLES IN NECK WEAR FROM -I- WEATHR 50c shirts worth N ALL TM- U- 814 suits cut to 10 suits cut to 8 suits cut to 5 suits cut to Boys suits 700 600 350 50c to 300 - 1100 WEAR Former price 10c now Former price 25 now India Linen worth at 7c selling IOcPER DOZEN TO 5c yd 10c yd 100 now 75c Nobby Patterns -- THAT 6c 16c India Linen worth 12Jo selling for Parasols that sell other places for 100 wo are selling for 50c r I I t I In tho other danortments of jj our store yon will find equal- Â¬ ly as low prices marked on I A GENERAL STOCK OF 5 fcmvkiwi BOOTS AND SHOES For a swoll appearanco in Dress your feet in stylish Shoes foot- Â¬ Nico line new white shirts lower than ever heard of before 75c I- S- EACH Very Stylish Nothing handsomer in the A FINE STOCK OF i Wall Paper Carpets Tinware Saddlery Furniture Hardware Queensware Sewing Machines Mattincr MERCHANDISE vr of Farming Implements Road Wagons Buggies and Bicycles and all Tcinds Armour Fertilizers WOOL AND PRODUCE of all kinds taken in oxchango for mer Â¬ chandise at the Highest Markot Prico jr J22- wear you must uuy tho Hamilton Brown Shoo Wo have this brand in all the latost shapes ana colors You know their wearing qualities too well for us to brag on them Prices on shoos to fit all pocket books GROCERIES LOOK AT THESE PRICES Millinery line can bo found in this coun- Â¬ ty Tho goods are now and stylish and strictly and tho prices aro right HATS trimmed by a mil- Â¬ liner wIiobo taste and oxport noBS is well known te Undertaking Supplies --- XXXX Coffee 10 Cents per pound 20 pounds Good C Sugar for 100 Ploaso dont forget ub when in neod of tho above articles II mom I bwcs a uwo 1aaop ail oi H in 2 pounds Soda for 5 Cents 4 Bars Toilet Soap for 5 Cents Bars Good Laundry Soap for 5 Cents J iciikik icEiasrx croicsr There is numerous other ar- Â¬ ticles we keep in Btock We want you to understand that wo have a most complete and stock of goods in tho county up-to-da- te - 2 Mgke Our Sipre Your Headquarters SHEERAN COME IN AND SEE US - - nWr Jm rJT4 V J0 HIGHEST h rime Card In Effect Deo14 1090 NE of tho highest eminences upon EVER marry except for lovo OF UA1N FltOM THE SUN KAST HOUND GENTS LADIES which wo may stand in this llfo is Never forget these rules when SIQNH rlsliiK dim or watprlfllif rising No AI No 44 No in to bo ablo to look back upon a DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY COLUABIAN COLUMBIAN with blackish hcatnq mixed the knot is tied long life well spent Ly 7 Main 855pm along with his rava rising in a SU Louis Nover taunt with a past mistake flftUm 2 20pm 2 45sm Bvaatvllle musty or muddy color rising red and Whether our hopes aro raiseddeponds 1 15 3 40 3 10 Henderson Never allow a request to bo repeated 7 31 801 3 23 IlksVets bring to them than on turning blackish setting under a thick Never meet without a loving welcome moro on what wo SpotUrille 738 37 328 Do we know bring to us 3 13 cloud Betting with a red sky in the east Ileada I 45 Never let the sun go down upon any what they 3 20 Worthington 339 7fi2 coveted thing 7 is a long but any angor or grfoyanco how to onjoy tho suddon rains never lasting w Stanley 3ZU 3 44 Do you want an articlo that Orlfllth 329 flOl question seldom asked but one which if when tho air grows thick by degrees and Nevor forgot to lot self denial be tho Mattlngly 833 807 truly answorod will indicate to us faith Â¬ you cannot got in your own town Owensboro tho sun moon and stars shine dimmer dally aim and practice of each 400 344 818 8 27 353 Tatei fully the fato of many of our hopes All we require is 100 down balance payablo after examination it is likely to rain six and dimmer then 4 Ot Nevor neglect ono another rather neg- Â¬ 418 Powerifor Kockport IndJ 8 18 Wo are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider 4 13 8 6 waitman hours usually To a certain extent the will can regit but is handled by a big concern in Lewltport lect the wholo world besides 4 31 WegAarantoo our goods for two years most liberal guarantee over M53 419 a v 1 428 439 given Never make a remark at the oxponso lata the surroundings and so indirectly Louitwillo If so drop a letter Falcon 433 900 r etris We give more options than the regular dealers You can liavo your influence- tho unconscious life The lat- Â¬ SIGNS OF STORMS FltOM TIIESUN of tho other it is meanness llaweivflle 1 40 9 13 450 choice of color height of frame or any gear desired for Canneltoo Teil City Sun rising palo and setting red with Never part for a day without loving ter in ita turn is continually forming stating your needs to 4 49 0 23 4f8- Sklllmtn Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing Hush motives and thus Shops 600 habits and supplying 935 507 i an iris rising largo in surfaco rising words to think of during absence joints large sprockets arched fork crown drop hanger etc 503 Cloverport 9 40 610 with a rod sky in tho north setting of a 6 H Never bo stubborn but let each ono building up the mora prominent but not 9 52 Holt 620 WRITE FOlt CATALOGUE GIVING 1ULL DESOR11TION TO DAY 518 965 Addlton of voluntary MISS ADDIE G DITTO blood color setting palo with ono or strive to yield oftenest to tho wishes of tho more essential sphere 6 25 Stephensport in IX 6 22 Sample 5 SO and conscious power 10 08 632 more dark circles or accompanied with tho other COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO 634 Pierce 1013 Purchasing Agent red streaks seeming concave or hollow Nover lind fault unless it is perfectly 643 Somo persons put so slight a value up1022 6 42 Lodlbors CLEVELAND OHIO Webster 6 11 1130 560 seeming divided great storms parhelia certain that a fault has been committed on their own solf rospect and honesty Ii Tlnglon 1038 603 667 1919 Brook Street 0 10 Gaston 10 62 603 or mock suns never appear tut they are and always speak lovingly that thoy will always agreo with tho last 1100 Ekron 618 610 followed by tempest Never let any fault you have commit- Â¬ Bpeakei oven at the expense of their 6 26 II 10 Ilrandenbark 617 Louisville Ky Long HrancTi m 1119 631 Â¬ But such duplicity ted go by until you have frankly con- own convictions Hock Haven 1128 6 30 640 Willow Dale 1134 6 45 whether cunningly assumed for a pur- Â¬ SIGNS OF FAIR WEATHER FROM fessed it and asked forgiveness Howard 1143 662 pose or dropped into from a feobleness Wast Point 1150am 655 THE SUN Sun rising clear having set 1220pm 7 0 She will gladly iurnish you Kentucky Street of character Ib utterly op or poverty clear tho night before rising while the Louisville Union Dep Ar U35pm 745pm 73tam The Kidney Complexion posed to tho frank and fearless search with all information and assist you clouds about him aro divided to the The pale sallow sunken cheeked distre- for real unison of sentiment That is west rising with an iris about him and WEST BOUND fK people you bo often meet always honorable always dignified al Â¬ in buying equally on all ssed-looking that iris wearing away 48v No 4 No 43 No 45 ways loyal to ita own individuality sides then expect fair and settled weath Â¬ are filleted with Kidney Complexion Their kidneys are turning to a parsnip Louisville Union Dep Lv 7 45am 460pm 35pm er rising clear and not hot sotting in Kentucky Stteet 765 603 8 45 red clouds according to tho old observa- Â¬ color So is their complexion Dying Races 50 YEARS West Point 637 826 918 They may also have indigestion or m Howard 829 5 40 EXPERIENCE tion SnrnMm M Tho Hawaiian Islands a century ago Willowdalc 5 48 8Jf Buffer from Bleeplessness rheumatism H4llilrnJM i SWZ Evening red and morning gray Ul Mtfpt Rock Haven 843 663 931 population of some 400000 600 neuralgia brain trouble nervous exhaus-Â¬ had a native LoncBranc 860 It the ture aign ol a lair day in w mwm Ilrandenburi 609 859 9 44 which has diminished to less than H0000 1 tion and sometimes tho heart acta badly Kkron 08 618 961 at the present time The samo state of 6 26 9 57 Gotten U16 Many old Boldiers now feel the effects The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys Irving ton 0 23 643 1002 affaire is true in most of the islands of of the bard service they endured during Webster 10 03 651 Usually the sufferer from kidney dis 932 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and Lodiburg Oftl l4U ion the war Mr Geo S Anderson of Rosa oaso does not find out what the trouble Polynesia and the causes of the decrease Trade Marks Pierce 9 47 707 Destar8 9 51 Sample 10 21 712 ville York county Ponn who saw the is until it is too late because the first of population have been otudied in the EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN COPYRIOHTB C 10 00 Stephensport 720 1031 hardest kind of service at the front Ib symptoms aro bo like mild sickness that Marquesas Islands by Dr Fantain and 7 24 Addison M04 Anyoni sending a sketch and description may anlckly ascertain our opinion freo whether on Holt 727 10 08 I0S6 Comrannlc now frequently troubled with rheuma Â¬ they do not think they need a medicine tho results of his researches given in a CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED mventlon Is probably 739 Cloverport 1018 1046 on Wenta Ho tlons strictly oonndentlal Handbook npatenu recent number of L Anthropologic Shops 743 10 49 M22 tism I had a severe attack lately he or a doctor until they find thomselves Oldest agency for socnrlnj Tudes by Mail 75 cents bottles 50 Cents sent free Skllmau 10 33 through Munn A Co rocelTO 764 1069 Patents taken states the chief reasons accounting for eays and secured a bottle of Chamber- Â¬ sick in bed 1 llawesville special notice without charge In tho JAMES FBALLARD Sole Pronator 804 1103 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO for Cannelton Tell City I 1043 lains Pain Balm It did me so much Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build tho surprising diminution in the native 812 10 50 Pctrlc and race to be leprosy tuberculosis 10 56 818 1119 Falcon good thatI would like to know what up and strengthen their weak and dis- Â¬ For oale by A 11 Fisher Oloverport Kv ctp Lewisport A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest not 827 1120 you would charge me for one dozen bot- Â¬ eased kidney poisoned blood clear their various hereditary and other diseases 833 Waitman 1110 8 42 Powers tibrJRockport IndJ 1119 1139 Mr Anderson wanted it both for complexion and soon they will enjoy tho effects of a low state of morality tles 1180 863 New York Pates MUNN 5Tl Co36BMd CCT THIS ID Owensboro 1158pm 1140 905 his own use and to supply it to his better health Dl TtThlnnnn Tl tl DUej II fuumiu UlTul Mid to aUreUlCU UIUCW UeiU Mattlngly 916 161 A Joat5 Fatal io Dinner wa4irieiiI friends and neighbors as every family get the regular sizes at the You can Griffith 921 166 f Caleie will J 10 IklTUP BlUUr Ht SHKIUIIT t O wllkla IOO -I- I 12 15am Stanley 169i in 925 eaa ataaUe Ital JOrfrlrhl dpot tad lr foad MHJKT Tl KXIJUIITIOS J should have a bottle of it in their homes drug store at 60 cents and one dollar or The appetite ot a pet goat was excited s KXllTLT AH KkrHiSKSTKI KUUAL TO HlUdlaS W 07pm 932 12 20 riRrrCTLT StTlbrAfTOrir Wotthlngton THAT KKTAILICootJoii THE GRANDEST BARQAIH TCU EVlR SAW 2 14 939 Reads not only for rheumatism but lame back you may first prove for yourself the won to a high degree by Charles Wagner of irr 1232 Spottiville 1222 9 47 ej fretRht charges UUK ahtlilAL IHUit S3B9Q m sprainBswrllings cuts bruist sand bums deiful virtues of this great discovery Fracksville Pawho tickled the animals lens the llwi sent with order end 12 2 J 1239 954 Baskets 0CB ows raeroHT n uiicauo 1255 12 45 1010 OF Henderson WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGGY Bale by Swamp Root by Bending your address to nose with a 10 bill goat suddenly For The for which it is unequalled mMeHal than moe 1 15 4Upm 125 10 EvansvUle nukera ut In SUimi Ijukicim Lotost Stylo For 1809 Modj 7 20am lunged forward snatched the greenback A R Fisher Oloverport Ar 732pm R A Shell Dr Kilmer St Louis N Y Co Binghamton SllS4 from the Heft Keanoncd Wood Iirar Ikat That Money Call llulld rat rjpriin as lllutratrd or llrewiter Side liar wala man Stephensport Top Si ounce Pally lltrfh Grade hcrewed Him Sarvena Iatent for a sample bottle and a book that tells chewed it up aud swallowed it This Rubber llrarlly Mnetl full tide and bark curtains Pilmlnaduaran- Nos 45 a d 16 have Pullman TSuflet Sleeping Cars all about it both Bent to you absolutely was a fatal move for him for ho was nra tquai 10 any jiou u rjurcr work iioay muic tipnr dark Sffll r TM and elegan high back sfit Passenger Coaches or He d I pholtrlaa hm arrn t reaeh body rlta or Pita Lealhrr irca Valuable Stamps writing kindly promptly killed and the bits of the bill OUB SPlCIAl PRICE When free by mail through be ttta Louisville Evansvtlle and St S180O IS PJMplt aid or nam triei aaa acre Louis Without change rrakuurMirakn QUARANTEED TWO TIARt w1lllt allfeVme BeiiinV nntV 3 The most valuable American stamp mention that you read this liberal offer were taken from his stomach They p HMTKrtin nth nronr rATtlofim Nos 41 and 44 have elcgint high back seat Pass Â¬ 5380 BU0QIE8 OltDEIt ONE TO DAY YOVCASaSlilltOQTORSA enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ will bo Bent to Washington to be re- Â¬ was issued by the postmaster of Balti- Â¬ in the Breckknridgk News Addrosa SEARS ROEBUCK tween Louisville Evansyille and St Louis without CO Inc CHICAGO ILL more before the National Government deemed change When you write mention thi pawr Nos 49 and 43 have Pirlor Cars and elegant eye Divorce Case The aiass Threo ex- Â¬ assumed that responsibility Coaches between Louisville and Kvansvillc with Â¬ out change last Judge Jelke yesterday took tho amples only are known to exist one is H C MOKDUB A G P A 6 a year - - - Dally by mall TrfilsTJlle Ky on blue paper and two on white The step in the famous glass eye divorce cose blue one Bold for 4400 some years ago of Katherine Kraus against Charles 8 a year fe Dally and Sunday by mall St L Ry FdrdsvIMe Branch L H The white ones aro quoted at 2000 Kraus says tho Cincinnati Enquirer each She charged neglect of duty and in his TIME TABLE No 10 Similar stamps issued by the postmas- Â¬ answer he alleged that she had been MEN TAKING EFFECT 3PT 19 1898 ter at St Louis bring from 160 to 3000 guilty of fraud in the marriage contract Bast Bound Train West Bound Trains according to their scarcity One by the because she had represented herself to NO PAY NO Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in postmaster at New Haven still attached bo a woman of perfect physique where THE NEW METHOD TPEATMENT tNo3 tNo5 STATIONS tNo 2 tNo 4 the world to the envelope which is said to be as in fact she was not as she had a K will poi- original with Drs K tlvely euro forever any iorra oi mooa or When DONS COMPLETE TILE CURE is guaranteed unique sold for 2000 During the ciyil glass eye He did not discover this Beiuftl disenso It la tho rosult of SO Price 5c a copy 645pm 100am Lv Irvlngton Ar 900am 545pm By mall 2 a year to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician yean oxperienco in tho treatment of war about thirty postmasters in the until after they had been married a year 8 35 6 20 Onrl ld 7 08 1111 thei o diseases 5 09 8 24 1124 7 19 Hirncd No Knife No Interruption of Business Southern States issued stamps on their or more because she wore glasses and Address TUB SUN New York Harrilnsburg- 6 00 815 1131 7 28 801 Kirk 446 1150 WE CURE SYPHILIS 745 own account and sold them to pay their thus hid the defect in one of her eyes Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has 4 39 7 64 1167 Joly 762 salaries and expenses These are rare A demurrer was fled to that petition on 12 09pm Thin torriblo Blood Poison tho terror Glcndeane 427 801 742 cured thousands and will cure you nf mnnltlml vlolda readily to our NEW 12 0 ar FallsHough lv 715 EH 25 4t0 and bring from 1000 to 1600 each he grounds that a glass eye was not Uewnro of Mercury 3 38 TREATMENT MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan 6 53 8 50 Rockvale 1265 in 3 29 644 rotaeh etc xbey may rum your ryaicm 101 AsVns 900 Brattleboro Vt stamps are also scarce such a physical defect as would como and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Depart If you have Bores in tao lnoutnor tongue 3 21 6 36 Oaks 918 113 and very valuable within the meaning of the law regarding rec After years of hulTcrint DONS 1ILE OIN 915pm 120 630am 315pm imins In tho joint soro throat hair or ArFordsvilleLv oyobrows tailing out pimpicuur blotches ommended to me The use of one bo3clTectcd ure fraud in the marriage contract Judge stomach derangement soro eyes head 1 voluntarily Daily rUx you this statement hoping it leans aches etc you ha o tho secondary tog Davis sustained the demurrer and said STeauty in Illooti Uccp Trains 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with Wo solicit th of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten of this mood ioiron rs tuf- Trains Nos 1 and r for noints on Fordsvuie branch Clean blood means a clean skin most nhstlnntn rases one balIenE0 tho No that to constitute fraud within the mean- Â¬ icnng wun ptics Trains a 3 4 and nin daily Trains Nos a tnd world for a caso wo accent for treatment beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathar4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 41 and cannot cure By our treatment tho Price 100 Prepaid to any Address tic clean your blood and keep it clean by ing of the statute there must be some fltraln DainS ulnnva hrnl tlm tinlr rrrntra 43 and 4A stirring up the lazy liver and driving allinv defect physically which pertained to the disappear tho skin bocomes healthy and from f marriago U possible und safe With this element Eurities pimples the body Begin to day to marriage relation boils blotches blackheads and that sicldv bilious complexion by taking of the case out of the way it was ready E CURES GUARANTEED U CHATTANOOQA TENN Casearcts beauty for ten cents All drug for trial and Judge Jelke yesterday In theTwicE-A-WEKCourier Journal than gusto satisfaction cuaranteed 10c25cC0c Tfinmnnrianf vounir and mlddlo airod la any other paper published both in quality and granted a divorce to the wife on the Hv men havo their vigor and vitality sapped year aelectloa to every S acrlberownOnly 50 cents a year sub- - S quantity jjE by early abuses later excesses mental g ground of neglect of duty and allowed worry otc No matter tbo cause our A Sensible Health Fad New Method Treatment is tho rctugo her 100 alimony 1 Tim Twicb aWkek Coumir journal Js the 1 1 Women have begun to understand WWECUREIMPOTENCY jj equal of many dallies and the superior of all other Educate Your Ilowela With Caacaroti papers It prints more real news more good class that health as well as wealth trends upon Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever a matter more good class matter than any other IsÂ¬ I 1 a 3 l In laj ymu l iu hamh1 nndt huiiuvvu1 sued Wednesday and Saturday A good commis- Â¬ the footsteps of outdoor work Several 10025c jf a C C fall druggists refund money iJR tion jUFwromi iuriB anda energy aro re- Ambition llfo sion to agents Sample copies free on application nowed and ono feols himself a man broken down society leaders in a certain Write to Â¬ The Worlds minerals among raon Every caso is treated indCOURIER JOURNAL CO A LATHES MAGAZINE Western town have had the courage to ividuallyno cure all henco our wonderGreat Britain maintains its position ful success No matter what alls you LOUISVILLE KY A rem t aeaatlal colore J nlt persist in a half days garden work regu- Â¬ ti confidentially Wo can furconsult us as the great coal merchant of the world laaakMra dreesoiaklng ecoaoailee I fancy H Km Uxm ID Rh TMQTTnFi JHL JBm4 nish bank bonds to guarantee to aocom larly for a stated period The result is vert aoaaehold blma fiction etc Sb- pliBh what wo claim says Industries and Iron supplying two lo aar er aena jucit coey The sreat rcracUy for nervous prostration ami all diseases of tho generative BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT very much more in their fayor than they uar acewa waatea sc lorlor terma MM prcansof olthcr Hex such as Nervous Prostration Kalllntior Lost Manliood fifths of the coal required by tho inhabi- Â¬ Sellable Hlmnfj - TTn n MV Improved circu- Â¬ tants of the earth and employing more wwiiajiuHi worry cxcessivo uso had dared to imagine rr- 7rv rj t j Strllak YOU CAN QKT Ol TO ltCPftfirOtl him tth ih liid uuiuiui rrun tn PrincnrnntlAn iuuuimTn aaic sconomicai ana ADaoiatc rr1 irik lation rest and digestion have thrown EMISSIONS Wo treat and euro Acrtcct ritting paper Patterns AFTFR IIS NR S1 ruer wo uuaranteo to euro or ruf una tho money Sold at 8100 por hox than one third of tue total number of G boxes for 9500 VARICOCELE SYlIIIUS OlEET CO ClevVluml Olilol UECIUOTTS C1IUTI1La themselves in tho balance against disor-Â¬ STRICTURE iMlOTKNOY SEUHET men who work in mines In his report For Bale by Short A Haynea Drugiiists Oloverport Ky DRAINS UN IN ATU 11 Al JIOUIIAIIU dered nerves sleepless nights and the on the mineral output Dr La Neve Fos- Â¬ ES KIDNEY and BLADDER Diseases BOOKS fJH hollow eyes and worn faces attendant FREE CONSULTATION ter the Chief Inspector of Mines in this AND TIIK FREE If unable to call write for LiaJ upon prolonged social dissipations and BLANK for HOME QUESTION country showB that America leads in Twice-a-Wee- k F R WILDER TREATMENT M HARDIN nature has inserted her immortal rights 028J Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky beforo the paints and lotions and pow- iron Great Britain being second the xrct deposits of Alsace Lorraine placing Ger- Â¬ No ScaaAttowaac49 Paftcrns ders the paraphernalia of the toilet many third on thelist with an output of Oalv la ravntl 1C tctL eactVa ikOfM hlatavr table The rosy health and wholesome Ak for tbm Sold In nctsly CTCy city Both One Year for ten million tons of ore Spain produces euMa wwn yr By BaUi ron I strength of the average English woman W the largest quantity of lead the Malay THE McCALL CO m is the outcome of her outdoor lifa and CINCINNATI O H8 146 West Mln St New York Peninsula is responsble for noarly two exercise Annetta Halliday Antona in This is for cash subscriptions only All subscrip Â¬ VAVWrWVWWVlf thirds of the worlds supply of tin and tions under this combination offer must be sent the May Womans Home Companion through the office of the the mines of Upper Silesia make the Every Wednesday und Tliurbduy after the IN IRVINGTON Many a fair young child whose pallor German Empire foremost as a Eotirth Mondav in Each Mrmtii BRECKENRIDGE NEWS country The Southern African has puzzled tho mothor until she sus- Â¬ Difficult work puch as BridgeB and Crowna a specialty pected rightly her darling was troubled Republic has been assailing the position Latest appliances used Good work cuaranteed aM av h IV 4 VatitBeV with worms has regained tho rosy hue of the United States as a gold producer Safety Comfort of health with a few doses of WHITE8 although the latter still leads in silver OREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25c A BIGYGLE WUiitllJ 7Q99 nn - X GRADE I IS 9 WEATHER SIGNS rrWr wwr W 9 IN THE SUN S S Y SOME 000D MAR- - 5 9 S SOME JEWELS RIAGE MAXIMS X OF THOUGHT 9 9 Hendersor Route LADIES Lilli Henderson SI Louis IVf Co N 0 V BEST BICYCLE BUILT - FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT Â¬ sxsse A BOON TO MANKIND aaaw DRTABLERS BUCKEYE a t PILE S5zHc S n Rpinn 5H lit n CURE ijmrra Scientific Americam SEND ONE DOLLAR Ira Newsand Opinions National Importance I tnt 7T7 rlrliali The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED CURE Why Suffer Agony The Sunday Sun YOU K Â¬ DON CHEMICAL COMPANY J GET MORE IrM f M nJ P H EA TIS Rl AND VITALITY Dn lf MS GALLS aStk I MAGAZINE May Â¬ Â¬ 3h I 250000 CURED Breckenridge News Courier Journal MS CALL J ftTHRHS Â¬ HARDIN WILDER DBWTISTS kji Kennedy Kergan Fourth St 22 ra it ONLY 125 zinc-produci- PRETTY AS PICTURES 1heGlM0P aaaaaaaaaCr r6 ft aaaaaaaaf Cut thU ad out and rend to u alia fluo ana wo will Mod you tola Bin larnotiD naic yiickj rAliujuoKuisty trelcut Co u u tiaralaaiUa Yuu can f umlna it it your noareit frtLiht da pot and If you flnil It exactly m represented equal to orana that retail at IlootatlooucthBfrreitettvalueyoueYerkawandrarbetttrlhan onanaadTartlMMlbyotherfat pay tha freight aiceataer UMlal Him effr art til 1 1 leal the II or MJIJ aa mif kt ckanaa S3I75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE SEMPUSOME DOLLAR ar aar JK R Fisher Why People use the Right Hand Louisville and Evansvillo irr fatlar- - I P laaaaaaaaaatfeTeaaaaaaaaL Such an oiler wu noter made before ed by other TUC 1PUC nilTEM toaeoftbaaiitt4arkalaaa4keMlMlUa41n iia nvaiu uuLbii rumeniaerer made rumtbe lllaatratlon howo which U encrared direct from a rhotoirrapb you can form i dea of lUkaaaUfil apMartaea MoclefrpmBolld tarflaweid Oakantlauaflnlinhandaoinelvdtrorau ed and ornamented I ataat 1000 Style TUI Alaf Mtllllf feet e lochea lilitb lucbea lonif tTinchea wide and weigh IMpcundaioontalne i eetattall topaaa followaiVUpaMa Tim J7 ja JHMclv it CUARANTEED25YFAI79 ij t AiaQMa Uraaawa laaue written tdndlnirU year rJarBBBBBBBBBErlBBrlaBaBBV truarantae by the terma andeondltiou of which If any out wa of cfaarira Try II eail UjeaB rur9HMaBaffraSCSj firt cteewa win repair It f raamoney aiaaia ana raiunn your it too are not aaa atu ae parieeiiT eauineo aw ai taete n IIMkOitUrMeaee Sealealar erf OUB RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED Dot dealt With Uaaak TOUP nela Krirtr almil n vHt the publlaharof thla paper orVtropoUUn National ii in a n i alii i ii tkMlrVWV Tnkla CaapUr Dlapuaa rarta rriarlfal tnU aal Tel II attllMUaleatilra I Ta flll Iraa4 Orfa Hall t KU fnMeaaUrrr1aallalllinaar leaittairure Mlla4la Khii a Balef II Ckwailatly tlrllllaat blull ilMdl llalar 11 RlaaBllawRaMlk DlaaaaalUaar1 Halar It riaatiat Brl MaUiUaea riiatlpal Rieia THE ACME QUEEN In tlia hlaheit trrada laitrumcnta also fitted wltnlliay ataa4Caaatnand Tat Haaiaaa alao Ult DI ftlll leatlieri eto bellewi of the bet rubber cloth a nlyhellowa aad flnan leather In yalrea TUH AnMB nnreui nnlihedtHaalOtlberled platetrenca mirror nlelrl Utad pedal framea and irery modern Improvement MM tJUUUUlUlf a hardsoma orcan ttool and the beatorsaa kva VqiiliMPU IJJa iliMLhrlH wilAf-aaaal ra-t- llkallaajaaaBavraBBBi CSVTV - JP1 iHirf tk II I ffananaU aaBBBBBBBPatra t0fjmtmmrX2maP9mWWr tn m7ttJCZZMZW9CKZZ aBBaaSaBaflS Pn ii aairii Ti facial onrai tArTH ROEBUOK CO Inc Wbia you write tnentloa thli piper nnll iVT rlano ajidrntulcaJUafrttnenteataJosiTa riiirii arrthlnirlr r- anuaaTIILOO aal prwe WrlUforfrei Fulfon DMpllnMiniWtjflumt OHIOAOO ILL A orolessor who has made a study of children says he has discovered why the majority of the people a right handed sites for success says Mr Beveridge Infants use both hands until they begin I would say first of all energy But to speak The motor speech function equally necessary aa energy are concen- controls tho right Bide of the body and the first right banded motions aro ex tration and determination Shielded from tho wind and hitting in the same pressive motions tending to help out As speech grows so does right place every tlmo little drops of water speech will wear a hole into the living rock handedness Hut if the wind blows them hore and In Constipation IIERBINE affords a there over a nrcall surface they have lit natural healthful remedy acting promp tie effect Thus with a mans energies ly A few small doses will usually be let them be concentrated and persist found to so regulate the excretory funct ent Hard stuayand hard work never ion that they aro able to operate withinjure no standard is too lofty But out any aid whatever Price 50 cents once having selected your pinnacle no A R Fisher matter how difficult tho way never nev- Â¬ No English Paper In Russia er rest until you have reached it What public opinion amounts to in Russia may be gathered from tho recent census of that Empire which shows that I in a population of 120000000 there are Por Infants and Children only 743 newspapers or one to every Tin KM You Have Always iMtcht 170000 people Of these 589 are In Russian 00 in Polish 41 in German 0 In Frenoh 6 in Armenian and 2 in Boars the Hebrew No English papor appears In Bignaturo of the Hat Energy the Key Note of Success If I were to select the prime requi M Â¬ Paoket Line Vast MaU Lin Between If 11 JjP Vaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Â¬ Louisville and Evansville STHAMER3 Â¬ E G RAGON aaw7l5aaWBTw V M Hysn Matter W A Biihop Parser tTm Thoy aro all creations of tho finest milliners and they duplicate tho stylos Worn in Nqw York and in all tho groat fashion centers this Spring Why go away from homo to buy Aro tho beautiful nets kept in stock TARASCON Hats and Bon Â¬ O L Peony Master L T Conner Parser ady to entertain It requires no skill to oper ateit and reproduce tha muilo of bands orchestras vocalists orlnstru mAntal soloists There la nothing like It or on evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduca only records of cutand arled subjects specially prepared in a laboratory but the Grapbqphono Is not limited to such performance On tho urnpnopuuuo you can cauiy mine ana instantly reproduce records of tho voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm is everrrrean Tha reproduction are dear and brilliant o Â¬ Meet fascinating Inven Â¬ tion of tho age Always Â¬ Â¬ H n TELL CITY Ballard Matter W B NewUll Gra0rHtftes ire stM Hf Manufactured under the Parser COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO intents of Bell Tklnter Edison and Macdonald Our establishment Is bead or ton world for Talking Machines and fimrter Supplies Writ for catalogue P D STAGGS Dally except Saturday between LeoIiTllle and New Amsterdam- Freight shipped by tali tine Aellyered quick Â¬ er than by roll Trareleri will Und the steuneri are uniur PMod In equipment and aooommodstlonB The best culinary are employed cooki and the menu It equal to that of the best hotelt Dept 30 019 Pennsylvania Avenue D O Chicago Paris Philadelphia JJuffalo CASTOR A Spring Millinery when you can got such a beautiful soloction in Hats Bonnets Rib bons Ornaments and Decorations at far lees than city prices Â¬ Waahlngton New York Bt Ivoula u Batlmoro Waaliinetpn sjoalsrllle anerJ offloet 1TB tndlT8 eta Arena W W HIT Pre OwftBJeboro Mrs MBLAINE D L PKNNY BapL STEPHENSPORT KY 0 Y WuAUatt T P A Ky WHEN DOES YOUR 8PIIr SCRIPTION TO TUE NEWS EXPIRE jiUtbijj - JfJk4 frMirry iriP2fr MMHMMMMMMM VSFrr rTti V rT 57 v Sjvv CONVENTION CALL LouisvittR Ky May let 09 To the citizens of Kentucky The undersigned appolntod as an Executive Oommlttoo at the First Commercial Convention of the stalo of Kentucky held in May 1808 were authorized to call tho Second Annual Convention at such tlrao and place in the month of May 1890 aa they judged best Tho committee held a meeting March 18th and unanimouely agreed upon holding this Convention in tho city of Louisville Monday and Tuesday May 20th and 30th Tho purposes for which this Conven- Â¬ tion is called should enlist the interest of every Kentuckian It issolely for the promotion of the material welfare of our Commonwealth It is strictly non poll cal Ail of our citizens are now invited to como together to take connsel as to how best promote Kentuckys material interests in all of its branches whether agricultural financial manufacturing mercantile mining or timber Other states are taking similar action tho Btato of Tennessee has recently hold her second State Industrial Convention Georgia has held her first and one is now called In tho great state of New York By united effort and friendly counsel good will certainly result Tho program or tho Convention has beon partially prepared The Bulges chosen for discussion are of practical and general Importance DiBtirgniBhcd epeakeis from different sections of tho State have been invited to introduce these sat j cts and every one present will be invited to take part in the dis- Â¬ cussion to follow The full program w 11 be annonncod later as Boon as the in Â¬ vited ep takers have all been heard from It is proposed as labt year to publish a Journal of this Convention Tho publication of the procoi diuve of the last has been distributed widely and has been of servico to Kentucky The local Committee on Entertain ment aro arranging planB to make the Tisit of the delegates pleasant in evciy way The Transportation Cotuiuiltuu will arrange with the rallto id nud steam boat companies for reduced rates of fare The Mayor of every town nnJ ilty in the State and ihe County JUlgeof very county will be n qucbted to attend and to name list of delegates to represent with themselves their respective towns and count lef Each In lu jtrial Ajiociion in the State viz Agricultural Financial Man ufacturiut Merchtutile etc u entitled to one vote and their hearty is requested Every newspaper will be invited to Bend a representative who will be entitled to all the privileges ot the fljor and in addition all other good cltiz ns aro most cordially invited to be present at the sessions of the Conven- Â¬ tion Let us make n united effort to keep Kentucky abreast of the inosc enterpris Â¬ ing and favored of the States of the Un- Â¬ ion Let us come together to discuss the best uso to make of the advantages which he possesses nnd giye out the in formation as to those advantages to the whole country so that tho knowledge may redound to her prosperity an in- Â¬ crease in her wealth and in thrifty pop- Â¬ ulation Tho Executive Committee asks of eyery newspaper man in the entire state the publication of the foregoing address We all recognize the powerful influence of the press for public good and its co- Â¬ operation is earnestly invoked to make this State Convention in every way a success Respectfully John W Ybukks Chairman Â¬ i fox The woods wer fileil with an olegant mimic as ono could wIbIi and it was n hot chase from start to finish with sovun of the fastest dogs in tho world You will now Book a good investment for your savins Tlo best known investment is improved Roal Estate Secure your ground nnd writo to Tho roads aio about as bad now as they wero In the winter Wonder if people will uvor waku up to the advant Â¬ ages of good roads Tills county with the advantage of material so convenient- Â¬ ly located ought to bo well piked There Is not a farmor in this section but could easily furnish a team and two men Bismarks IronNenre Was the result of his splendid health for n week in early fall toward improv Long Distance Telephone 494 Indomitable will and tremendous energy ing tho road Thoy would bo greatly are not found whoro Stomach Liver surprised at the results of such work Kidneys and Bowels aro out of order If kept up one or two years S IPS you want theso qualities and the success ji 3sasrrjsr T Care Constipation Forever they bring uso Dr Kings Now Lifo Tako Cascarots Candy Cathartic lOo or 2S It O O O fall to ouro druggists refund monoy Pills They devolopo overy power of brain and body Only 25c at Short AXTEL KY Uaynes drug storo ports accomplished teachers visited friends hero this week Miss Lida Polk ol Tohinsport I ml spent r few days last week with your corresdondent who has been on tho olrk lint Mies liaddie Sturrutt has returned homo after a pleasant vlalt with her grandparonts Mr and Mrs Battels ot Clovcrport TW Vr i5 Over A SIMPLE SILK GOODS For Shirt WoiBta WOOLEN GOODS Vory Stylish REMINDER SUMMER DRESS GOODS Nobby Patterns JP WILL COMPANY Of tho fact that wo have a full lino of summer goods BRUSH BRAID Volvot and Cordttroy Skirt lining FOR PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS ETC LOUISVILLE KY Umbrellas Ladies and Mens Shoes Scotch Lawn Dross Linen India Linens Viola Corda Colored and White Scrim Now Shado of Blue in Per caleB Red OrgandieB Red Lawns New Bilk for Dress LiningsPorcalino Dress Linings doubled faced for Bum mcr dresses in Black and Blue Marcscilles Goods n beautiful line Outing Cloth Pique Batisto Cloth ilVm PELLVILLE V M Moseley was in Whitesvlllo laot wetk Mrs Mattie Hardin is n t expected to live long Mrs Virgil Medcalf who has a fino boy baby Mrs Alice Moseley has 342 young chickens Mrs William Whistle died of paralysis last week Mrs Adam Hawes visited in Owens boro last week Virgil Miller and Ike Crowof Herbert wero hero last week D J Morrison has beeu in bad health since Spring set in Sam Jones and his three sons went to Philpot Thursday The wheat crop here is not half as good as it was last year Dr Henry Basham of Curdsville was at Mort Moseleys last weok We have a fine fruit crop except peaches which are a clear failure A T Skinner and the Moseley boys planted several acres of tobacco last weok Rev J D Hocker and H D Brown attended the Sothern Baptist Convention at Louisville Mrs A J Skinnor returned last week from Yelvington whore she had been to see her daughter One farmer here has not planted a graiu of corn and his last crop is stand Â¬ ing in the field Miss Dolly Jett managed Rev J D Hockers school while ho was in Louis- Â¬ ville at the Convention of Norvill Moseley Whithsville bought fifty hogs from ThoB Jett and Adam Hawes last week at 330 Hon J L Brow of Oak Grove and S J Haynes of Herbert attended the Southern Baptist Convention B T Helm haa a great many of the posts hauled for the telephone line from here to Knottsville which is to be in operation by June first Sergeant Obinchain has not been heard from since he wrote the letter published in the Biieckkniudqe News from Port Said Egypt and his friends are afraid he has fallen before Aguinal dos forces The heavy rains last week set the far- Â¬ Some few have mers back terribly planted tobacco while others are not done planting corn and have their to- Â¬ bacco grown to clean up Plants while late will be plentiful by the time farmers are ready Lw K r Tom Hlntons little boy is very sick Fenly Brown of Fordsville is visiting his parents Vory nearly every one here has had the moasles this season James Mattmgly who has been sick a long time is convalescent After a seyero illness Mrs Esther Stlllwell is able to be up again Axtel is getting to be a lively little place It now has two stores Tom Mattlnglv spent Sunday with his father Henry Mattlngly at West Viow Mrs Vania Glasscock was the guest of Lior aunt Palestine Henning last week Mrs Ether Stlllwell was the guest of her father Tom Critchlow last Thnrs day Sdllio Mattingly Glendeane was the gueat of Tom Mattlngly last Saturday and Sunday Mr Allen of this placo spent Satur- Â¬ day and Suuday with John McClellan gg ys jm mii Wcib 1 IcJl UJw rarj n r C UU - iT s u Al O00JHJMJMJUIll i iJSWi yyy Ot l xJSMfflRKi rvftf yZSZ y- r - r r- -- rli1 - X Javrcftiiek i m ORGANDIES prettiest lino you ever saw 1 - WA 4V mMu lLLir 7 JI 0 to 20c per Yard Shopping by mail in this store in as safe and satisfactory as if done in person Send a trial order from this list of prices good durW May only Address Dept T THE GREAT MAIL ORDER HOUSE Straw Hats wide or narrow brim for Boys or Girls Boys Percale Shirt Waist box pleat- ed front and back lint grade Hoys best Galatea Separate Pants Sites 3 to 14 years Womens Shirt Waist finest Percalet newest shapss all colors Womens White Waist trimmed with tucks or Insertion Imperial Dotted Swiss Mulle doliciously cool and dainty Qp XJ QEn uv I OCn AOt tQ QO Qfln OUf 99c QOr j at Hardinsburg Mrs Sally Barry of Glendeane spent Saturday and Sunday with her father S T Bennett Farmers in this section are almost done planting They are now preparing their tobacco ground Tom Mattiugly and wife and B F Hinton and family were the guests of 0 E Bennett and wiie last Sunday Mrs Mattie and Creatie Cannon sold a tract of oak timber land to Willis Green of Falls of Rough Consideration 000 Henry Matthews Hardinsburg pur-Â¬ chased 100 acres of land in this section from Wm Cane He paid 300 there- Â¬ for Frank Clark who has been ill with consumption for some weeks past died He was buried at the last Saturday Long Lick cometerv Dont Tolncco Spit anil Siiiomo Tour I ire Atnj To quit tobacco easily and forover l magnetic full of life nervo and vigor tako tho wonder worltcr that makes wcaltmen strong All druggists COc or II Cure guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York m fL fS8iSSS5 Send 6260 to tho Bbeckenridoe News and get a and tne Jnewb free ot charge for ono year i i OytJO Silk Umbrella steel rod Big variety ol pretty nannies Silk Parasols all the new Spring shadesand solid Black or White CI TC White Dressing Sacque Best India O Linen ribbon and embroidery trim vX med Best India I argo or small Apron C Linen white only - Uest Percale House Wrapper Unfile O ft All color and braid trimmed Corded Silk CV fi Q Tafletta ruffle Petticoat all colors black and umbrella ip4lO 40 w QlO OO uuv 125 Corola Best Black Serge Separate Skirt -3 piece circular shape ft Tailor Suit Blick Tan Castor QOOO coat style tlirht fitting or box Blue etc Solt rinlshed muslin Gown embrold try or lace trimmed three different shanes Muslin Underskirt umbrella shape lace or embtoidety flcunce Kelt Mutlin Drawers umbrella shape AOr w lace or embroidery flounce 7Qf Iow Necked Cambric Corset Cover em- broidery trimmed 17r Good Muslin Drawers deep hem and i0 9 99c - STRAW HATS PARASOLS F NS LINEN HATS 35c A SPECIAL BARGAIN Brown Linen for mens and boys outing trousers Mens Linen Pants 85o Boys Linen Pants 75c Watches guaranteed for twelve months Wo want you to under stand that we carry a more complete and up to date stock of dress and summer goods than any country store in tho county Wo Tho bargains we ofTer aro tho results of a cash business exchange goods for wool IUCKS vl70 ym wwswtiwvf AQn Infants Slip good cambric embroidery trimmed CI go Black or Blue Scribe Mackintosn lor Women Military Cape Still QA 0ur Singer Machine oak finished all jlU7t attachments Warranted lor nve years 500 Bible sJf W E BROWNS i Irvington Kentucky ville Ind spent a few days last week with tbelr dauRhter Mrs Obas Wadling Â¬ ton Mrs Frank B Lacy witb little Miss Fanny Lee and Miss Etta English of Southern Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs H S English Regular seryicea were held in the Bap tist cnurch Sunday with two additions at 11 a m Mr and Mrs Pbilo D Hawkins of Union 13tar For Sale Bicycle in good condition Double tube tires wood rims gear CS barrel bubs upturned handle bar weight 24 lbs An excellent machine 1250 Â¬ Â¬ The Breckenridge News AND A ONE YEAR Â¬ STEPHENSPORT G W L V 4 Payne is slowly improving LA M His Life Was Sayed Mr J E Lilly alprominent citizen of Hannibal- - Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful deatb In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo- Â¬ My lungs became hardened I nia was bo weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon when I heard of dio of Consumption Dr Kings New Discovery One bottlo gave great relief I continue to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marÂ¬ vellous medicine is the surest and quick- Â¬ est cure in tho world for all throat and lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes Drug Store jevery bottlo guaranteed I I rv SKILLMAN John Couty went to HaweByille Wed neaday Miss Mayme Ireland Is visiting Miss Lydia Mason of Indiana A L Ireland spent a pleasant half a day in Hawesville Friday J 8 Hawkins of Carrolton is spendÂ¬ ing the week with bis uncle J L Ire- Â¬ land Little Anna Jarboe of Oloverport is with her grandmother Mrs Jarboe this week m p it Ih Eugene Sterrett enjoys horse back riding with tho fair sex on Suuday after Â¬ noons Miss Myrtle Jeffery and her brother visited friends in Hawesville Sunday afternoon Miss Pearl Lawson Hawesville of the guest of her cousin Mias Lida LawBon at this place Miss Bessie Jarboe returned to her home in Oloverport after an extended visit at this place John Ireland will attend the normal at Hawesville this spring Mr Green- - is principal Virgil A Polk who Is attending school at Tobinsport Ind spent Sunday with his parents at Skillman We wish more ot our Skillman people would take the Bbkckbnbikqk Nkwb It lsan up to date paper Mr and Mrs J W Alien and little daughter EWe Mae spent Saturday and Sunday guests of O P Polk and family Mlu Lena Leota Lamb one of Toblrnv 5 - Harlan Morgan was in Oloverport Sunday Mrs R A Smith spent Sunday in Irv ington The Masons will have a supper during Voloanio Eruptions the berry season grand but Skin Eruptions rob lifo Are Mrs Godfrey Haswell returned to Bucklens Arnica Salve enres of joy Hardinsburg Monday them also Old Running and Fever Mrs W B Lenin and children re Â¬ Corns Sores Ulcers Boils Felons turned to Hardinsburg Sunday Burns Scalds Warts Outs Bruises Allen and Edd Stiles two of our sol Â¬ Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile Have You Kidney Trouble dier boys returned home last week Drives out Patns and cure on earth A 60c trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Mrs Wm P Livers and children and Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure Guar Â¬ Cure will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease A R Fisher Miss Livers are visiting in Mooleyville anteed Sold by Short 4 Haynes Drug- Â¬ With a weeks heavy rain behind us gists Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg there is a fear of more to day Monday Russias Pious Pllgrams L P Roberts was suddenly taken very The greatest pilgrimages to the Holy LONG BRANCH ill last Friday but is better at this writ- Â¬ Land are undertaken by the Russians ing It is istimated that between 20000 and Mrs Harvo S English and Mrs F B 40000 Russians viBit Palestine every O McGehee was in Louisville last W Lacy spent several days last week in year week The cut worms are playing havoc with Louisville Mr and Mrs R P Williams and Mrs what corn is up Eugene McGeehe spent Sunday with Chas Wadlington are spending a few days in Rono Ind his sister Mrs Jenkins Mr and Mrs R W Vaughn and little Mrs Will Foushee has beon visiting R D Witt a veteran blacksmith and daughter Ester Paulino returned Sun-Â¬ one of Gloverports pioneer citizens who Bister Mrs Sim Dooley her day from a weeks visit in Louisville now lives at Rosotta was in the city Thomas H Ditto spent Friday nicht Mr and Mrs R T Williams of Evans- - Sunday renewing old acquaintances with bis brother F Ditto Sr The rains last week gave quite a back- Â¬ set to corn planting Some have never been able to finish breaking MMIWWI William Ernest Ditto Mrs A Ditto Jr and son David spent Sunday at West Point with Charlie Ditto Mrs A Ditto Jr and two sons and Mrs Ohas Crawford formed a party on an outing to Louisville last week The wheat haa come up wonderfully since the beginning of warm weather yet there will not be a good crop by any moans It la to be hoped there will be Jess rain for a while bo tho farmers can get their corn planted and cultivate that which is - Tho essential poinb In a Separator are capacity thoroughness of planted On each of separation and simplicity and durability of construction J K Ditto spent several days in these points the NicnoU Shepard Separator has great advantage over all Louisville last week There are various Any one of the nine sizes will other threshing machines amusements going on there but am un Â¬ thresh more and save more grain than the corresponding able to state which one he enjoyed most size of any other separator The Nichols Shepard James Bickerstaff through bad com Â¬ Separator is as strongly sim Â¬ pany is gaining quito a reputation as a ply yet perfectly made as a MaaiMsiSMasiiMafcgy3 W fox hunter Jim is the possessor of two separator can be The cracking good dogs and they run to a work of separation is finish done without the aid The trains have been killing quite a of pickers raddles forks number of hogs lately Not long since or other complicated parts they carried a car of corn over the road that in other machines cause that spilled corn on the track which baa continual bother and expense proven a good bait for hogs by breaking or wearing out W E Ditto ol MoKinnoy Texas arÂ¬ rived last Saturday for a visit to his Write for large free catalogue slater Mrs A Ditto Jr He says the that pictures and explains every part of the Nichols Shepard Sepa Â¬ Hendrick family seem well satisfied with TVlssVwwtU awHsiBLk i rator and the Nkhola Shcpard having moved to his State and his town Messrs Jim Bickeratafl Will LaGrand Bill Bryant John T and Charlton Ditto MlsSsiaWttVjtllaisM NICHOLS V SHEPARJ CO formed a hunting party after tho sly sHatenlsflateMni v Battle Cresjk Mich Itejrnonl Satarday night To aay they Brunch lldusn mi bad a good chase would be mildly exÂ¬ NASHVILLE TEN NESS EC u4 axtrmt tmll loU of mxhln pressing Jt Not long on the hqnting aHPIWIlMMlinB ttltki grouuda before one of the dogs cried A O O Lewis All kinds of repairs Stophensnort The ladles of tho Baptist church will give a strawberry and ice cream supper on Friday evening the 19th in city hall All are invited the berries being the luscious ones of the S G Reynolds variety and the cream coming direct from the city will assure all of the good things in store for them 500 Oxford Teachers Bible 9 pss7 NlW o O 0K j OASTOHIA FOR ONLY The Nichols Shepard 250 1 Â¬ It is an unparalleled premium offer The Bible is one of the best editions ever printed It has a concordance a Bible history maps and indexed It is bound in full morocco A years subscription to the Breckenridge News and a 500 Bible for 250 Separator mcuon mmz THE BRECKENRIDGE OLOVERPORT ol n JiffJ fflnK n 1 n I n inl nl ff sff In JTHaffln maA S NEWS KENTUOKY MtllliWillllMMIINI JaiJ vW atmBJa - I- vi - If tuto BRANDENBURG FIGHTING IN THE PHILIPPINES Caloooak PriLurriNK Islands April 7 1819 Obimjiiain Pellvillo Ky Solomon When I wrolo you lost I was ndiuiring tho beautiful scuncry and impregnablo fortress nt Gibraltar Notbing of importance linppenod to us aftor wo loft Port Said Egypt and having good wenthor our good sbip carried us Bflfoly over tbo waters to Manila where tho American boy especially tbo soldier fools larger by balf ban bo does anywhere olso in tbo world on account of tbo victory won lioro by Dowoy a year Wo landed on tho 22nd and on tbo night of tho 24th wo slept on ago tho firing lines six miles out from tho city whore wo opened firo on tho insurgents from our lino which in a short timo extended a distanco of twonty oight miles in length Wo had 10000 men in tho fight and tho enemy foil by hundreds My company was with tho Oregon regiment and tho boys mado ono of tho most daring charges mado in tho six days fight Thoy said thoy bad crossed oceans for Undo Sam thoy meant to fight for him and thoy did fight like tigors Fearlessly thoy marched against AguinaldoB forces and clear above tho noiso and tumult of tbo battle tbo voices of our brave officers could bo heard urging their troops on while before them appeared to bo mul- Â¬ titudes of uncivilized men of every color just as game and as much bent on victory as wo were Against this formidable foo our columns were hurled timo alter timo with Buch force ns to cause them to fall back and givo no timo to rest and wonder It will never bo known how many of tho enemy were killed but tho slaughter was fearful I would have felt safer at homo with mother while tho bullets rained around us It is a mystery to mo how any of us escapod for the air was thick with lead and steel for hours I for ono expected evory moment that I would bo the next ono Tho excitement ran higher than it did hit but I didnt get scratched in Pellvillo tho timo Tharps old shop burned down only tho boys didnt brag so much Wo fought most of tho time from Saturday morning till the next Friday night having traveled thirty eight miles and in tho meantime captured Malolos their Capital when tho insurgents fled in all direc- Â¬ tions To my surprise I met up with John Stephens from Hawesville and of course a fellow feeling made us wondrous kind to each other I have been in the army over eleven years and must say that I have never gone through as much excitement as I have since I landed Dont think the Philipinos wont fight They on thiB Bide of the earth fight like madmen and with good leaders they would be something to handle Valuable Four of our boys have been killed and fifteen wounded out while away back yonder in their native land they lives have gone have dear friends mourning their fate If I die here I die nobly in Karewell dear father for this time the cauBe of my country but I trust that the same all seeing eye that watched over and cared for nieon the treacherous deep will guard mo safely through this bloody strife and permit me to look once more on tho faces of those whom learned to love so well Miss Annie Novltt is visiting Mrs It II Novltt Mies Lilllo Huttl was glnd to see ua Brandenburg folks Mrs Blckorstad has been quite III but is now some better Misa Jen Roberta onjnyml tho festival and Baptist convention Mm Ella Ditto wont with us to Louis Â¬ ville Ella is genuino Mrs T B FriirMgli of Padacah is improving after a long Illness Sam P Jones hasnt yet succeeded in expellii g Satan from Louisville The Louisville Post copies this papers letter to the Commercial Clnb in full Mr and Mrs Jesse Hurudoti spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Misa Addio G Ditto is a very successful purcbaslrg agent and a lovely char- Â¬ acter Mary L Ditto and luuchnon with Annio Bondurant at Mr and Mrs Harry Â¬ Master No doubt a fervont prayer Convention moots with the Webster wont up from each heart that he might school next Saturday May 20th at 030 live to havo a hoary head oclock All tho Sunday schools in tho are requested to bo present nnd Mre G H Casperke and Mios Bottle district Olarksou were as handsomo as any ono all workers in the causo Invited to I saw in the nudtence at the Auditorium attend Dont forget the call for all prohibtilon and of course my gliU Lena Novltt Mnbol Hardin Annio Bondurant and workors to meet In Webster May 20th Mary L Ditto formed as handsomo a at 3 30 p m to lay tho foundation plant the corner stono and start tho ball quattetto as Loulsvlllo could produco MraD W Fatrlelgb of Louisville rolling that will drive whisky from our Lrft all tho ladies join In tills gave Mrs Judgo Stuart of Brooklyn N district The call remembering the work of tho good a handsome reception Y quite Brandenburg colony wero all invited to sisters of Strphensport Lot us tnku a meet Mrs Stuart who was for so long a long pull a strong pull and pull all to residonco of this place I wish I could gether for tho causo a cause that is for adhave seen once moro those dear old time the good of humanity and for the Â¬ Â¬ RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE After Six Years of Intense Obstinate sores and ulcers which rofuso to heal under ordinary treat Â¬ chronio and doop Suffering Promptly Cured ment Boon hocomo suro sign that tho soatcd and aro a ontiro circulation ib in a dopravod condition inoy nil o O C uf Oi Oi Oi aro a sovoro drain upon tho systom and aro con- Â¬ stantly sapping away tho vitality In ovory caso tho poison must bo eliminated from tho blood and no amount of oxtornnl troatmont can have any offoct Thoro is no uncertainty about tho merits of 8 S S j ovory claim maUO lor 16 IS DUCKUU up hhuukiv uy tuuvinuiujj testimony of thoso who havo boon curod by it and know of its virtuos by oxporionco Mr L J Clark of Orango CourthousoVa writes For six years I hod an obstinato running uloor on my ankle whioh at times caused mo intonso suffering I was so disabled for a long whilo that I was wholly unfit for business Ono of tho boat doctors treated me constantly but did mo no good I thon tried various blood romodieo without tho least benefit S 8 S was so highly recom mondod that I concluded to try it and the effect was wonderful It seemed to get right at tho seat of tho disease and forco the poison out and I was soon com- Bwiit a apocmo plotoly cured fc friends Misa Lula Wool folk colebrated her 10 birthday most pleasantly last Saturday from 830 p m to 12 by entertaining her Dolightful Ices fruits young friends and cake wero served Judgo and Mrs S P Woolfolk have a pretty home in the suburbs Lula received many prot ty tokona of love and esteem and we all wish her many happy returns of this pleasant occasion vancement of tho Kingdom of God Golden Ron No Right to Ugliness Tho woman who is lovely in face form and tomper will always hayo friends but one who would bo attractive must kuop her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and If she has constipation or kl irritable ney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches akin eruptions and a Electric Bitters wretched complexion is tho best medicine in the world to reg ulato stomach liver and kidneys and to purify tho blood It givosBtrong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich g complexion It will make a oharmim woman of a run down in- Â¬ Haynes valid Only 50 cents at Short Drug Store good-lookin- Leslies H I have known from infancy and whom I have Geo W Ouinchain Sergeant Co M U S Infantry P I SUNDAY SCHOOL Workers of Meade County Will Meet And Discuss Some Very Topics State Medical society which convenes in Louisville May LOtb of which he is a member LEWISPORT Will Prentis wont to Falcon Sunday Interesting The annual convention of the Meade county Sunday School Association will meet in Brandenburg on Thursday May Following is the program 25th MOItMMl BfcsalON Devotional Welcome Organization Heporta of Sunday Schools Song Bring Them in 745 a m How I have succeeded and how I have failed Superintendents Kong Seeds of promise 1015 a in Association work Prof E A Fox Questions on or about the 1055 a in work by any one 1110 Lesson Study A O Burton Discussion 1130 a m Appointment of Com mittees Adjourn till 1 p m 9 a m 010 a 915 a 930 a m in iu AJTKHNOON 1 fKSSION Devotional Collection 110 The Sunday School What it is History of its Development Its necessi ty and Purpose Ilev Ilines Discussion Song An Open Bible for tho world 140 Its officers Kev J J Willett Discussion Vocal Solo Mrs I WLewis i10 Its teachers Miss Adkisson Discussion Song It was spoken for the Master LMO Ita Iupils lt J Willett Discussion Quartette Sandy Hill Sunday School 310 Resume Nov Leilchfleld 315 Report of Committees Song Benediction Cius CabiKiikk Irtx Eva Cakuiuan Secty p m Â¬ BIG SPRING Phillip Webb of Garfield is here do U ing some papering Mr Joe Medley is moving his family back here from Louisville Mrs Gross Mrs Borney Miller of Vertresa were here shopping Tuesday Mr and Mrs Chas Drury of He w ley leyville were here shopping last Thurs Â¬ day Ben Clarkson of Louisville came home Saturday and remained over Sun Â¬ day Missed Maud Doran and Nan Martin made a firing trip to Vine Grove laat A Hustler Tuesday 0 E Bennett ol the Axtel neighbor Â¬ John Morris and Frank Hardin wore the only ones from here that witnessed hood Is oiie of the most progressive to Â¬ bacco planters In Breckenridge county the Derby Bro Walton and wife went Bewley He set out tobacco plants as early aa the vllle laat Wednesday Bro Walton mar- Â¬ 10th of May and would have had his en Â¬ ried Roy Coin and Miss Mary Blandford tire crop set out had he bla tobacco Dr Btrother will attend the Kentucky ground ready Mies Bird Avers went to Owensboro Monday H C Hicka went to Powers Station Monday Allen Owen of Owensboro waa in the city Monday Luwood Brown of Hawesville was in the cify Sunday Prof W F Mastiii of Best Landing was in the city Sunday Z M Blackford and Joe Taylor went to Owensboro Monday Dr Delas Haynes of Whitesville was in the city last week Miss Bessie Patterson is attending the Normal school at Hawesville Mrs James Freeman and her sister visited Mrs H Myers Monday itod Drown and Oscar Patterson went to KvatiBville Ind Sunday W K Darsl and wife are visitinct relatives in Grayson co inty 0 0 Hicka who is working in Owens Â¬ boro was in the city Sunday Mrs Brown of Hawesville is visiting Mrs Annie Blincoe iu the city Dr De Witt preached a very interest Â¬ ing sermon Sunday night to a full houee Miss Cecie Lewis of Owensboro is visiting her aunt Mrs B H Pondexter Rev Elgin and Dr DeWitt held quarterly meeting at Myrtles Chapel Saturday Lewlsport can boast of having the best orchestra between Louisyiilu and Evansville Misa Laura Martin of Martindale is visiting hi the city the guest of Miss Louella Holland The Daughters of Hebecca will clve a strawberry supper on May 24th at the I 0 0 it F hall Dave Brodsky of Grandview Ind was in the city Sunday the guest of his sister Mrs Leibovitz 0 0 Howe and Pate Whittinghlll went to Hawesville Monday to attend the nchool of Dr Greenlee and Mason Lewieport will come to the front again thisseasou with a flret claaa street fair and also an old time Kentucky exhibi Â¬ tion of farm products etc Mra E J Clark who has been visiting her mother Mra John Miller went to Pittsburg Saturday to join her husband who 1b located there Strawberries seem to be all the go G W Yeager and Mra Poindexter seem to bo supplying the city trade with the nicest berries we nave had for a number of years II G Smith is fixing up some nice young horaea for the market People wanting nice fancy drivers will not make a mistake by calling and seeing Mr Smiths nice stock Little Lucy Ellen Dowden a pretty aweet child of Sebree Ky is here for The Kind Yob Have Always Bought Bun th a visit Mrs Orvl lt Gregory Is at her parents Mr and Mrs George Dowdens and is quite sick BEWLEYVILLE Mrs W H Gough and Miss Lillian drives out ovory trace of impurity in tho blood and in this way Rhodes will leavo Thursday for a visit to Gut worms appear on the scenn of ac- Â¬ cures permanently tho most obstinato deop soated soro or ulcer It Owensboro tion is tho only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and con Mrs Crawford went to see her physic Â¬ W H Cain Sr la in tho city visiting tains not a particlo of potash mercury or other mmoral S 8 S HARDINSBURG ian in Louisville She is better Mary cures Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Catarrh Eczema relatives is so good Khoumatism Soros Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble Insist Tho Roanetta telephone lino is at a Biccle Avenue was full of traps all Barrel Beard came np from Owens upon S S S nothing can tako its place I am glad I llvo on standstill Sunday afternoon horo last Saturday to attend the Repub Valuablo books mailed f roo by Swift Specific Company Atlanta G a Miss Stella Paul is visiting tho Misses llcan Convention the boulevard I met English Kendall in the city He Shumate of Stiths Valley Miss Marv Lasier came in from tho Farmers realize what was termed at country last Saturday and spent a fow ustain a great loss by her departure was in the Legion and looks well for a tho Institute paying prices for wool Under the auspices of The Ladies Aid recent soldier boy davs witli Mrs Cunningham Society tho ladies of the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Chas Drury wero over Mr Nevitt will have his sale on Satur- Â¬ Hon Chas Blandford and It M Jolly Ky will on tho 27th of day the -- Oth He will move his family at Big Springs Thursday trading of Irvington wero here last Saturday to of Irvington m give an ice May from 7 until to Texas about June lat The Rev Geo Morris ioined the Meth Â¬ attend the Republican Convention cream supper Tho proceeds are to be Miss Jen Hardin is as good as Bill odist church at this place May 7th Mr and Mrs J H Rowland of Clo used for needed repairs of the church Havo you bought your suit Nye or Samantha AllV when it Mrs Thos Payne is home from a visit verport came up and spent Saturday of summer clothes yet Well It is desired to givo our pastor as hearty to her daughter Mrs Charlie Gross and Sunday with Mrs V G Bahhage conies to wit and originality a welcome as possiblo thus making his Ive got a line that is unsur- Â¬ Ernest Ditto from Texas is visiting his Mies Lulu Nunnelley returned to her Childrens Day exercises will be held pastorate amongst us as pleasant as passed The goods aro stylish sister Mre Ella Ditto I am sorry to home in Parkland Thursday evening at tho M E church South the fourth possible Tho church In perfect repair perfect fitting nnd tho prices know Ernest is in poor health Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey are off in Sunday in this month at 2 oclock p m and people working in unity is a means are very low Mre Henry Malin will return this Meade county visiting Mrs Kaseys par Â¬ We cordially invite all O L Pate entertained quite a large to this end week from Jeflersonvllle from a visit to ents company at dinner last Sunday They neighboring towns and vicinity her parents Mr and Mrs John Radley Paul HarJaway of Jefferson county were heirs of L K Cox and all wero Mr and Mrs Allen Armstrong Miss is at the home of his parents in our related to his wife ADDITIONAL LOCAL Bees Hicks and Mr Vol Wright were town Miss Tula Daniel and Mrs Cunning Dr Lightfoot HawcsvilU is in town guests of Mr and Mrs Bishop last Sun Â¬ Hon Chas Blanford attended the ham left yesterday for Nashville Tenn Charles Skillman spent Sunday at Louday Republican convention at Hardinsburg to attend the annual meeting of the isville The Baptist convention in the con- Saturday Womans Missionary Board Miss Bessie Jarboe has returned from fusion and disorder of tbo wrangle oer Mrs M P Pay co has been called to Mrs W H Wohler of Grandview Seminary reminded me of a political Hardinsburg on account of the illness Ind has been here several days visiting Skillman the caucus Here This department has Mr and Mrs Harry Hill were at Lou- Â¬ of her 8 W Pate Sho will return homo this Mrs Logan Misa Sallio McBride a very pretty girl just been replenished with hats Logan is also here isyille several days last week Mr and Mrs R J Cain who have weee Miss Bessie and an accomplished musician of Louis been visiting here einco their marriage Miss Judith Miller is at Louisville but is to remain sometime and bonnets of the latest stylo vill i3 with her cousin Misa Sallie left for their home in Irvington May Alexander who served on the buying the latest things in Milinery John and fashion Burch 15th Harry Moorman Owensboro isspond jury in the Smith murder trial said that I Burely have the best neighbors one Mrs Lucy Richardson and Miss Mary he never had so many invitations out to ing a day or two with his family in the could have bonoraole kind and accomRichardson of Vine Groye came Tues dine with folks in all his life while on city modating Friends are treasures here day to visit the family of Mrs Chas that jury and under guard of the sheriff Mre Judge Tarvin of Covington is below Blanford W II Bowmer who served as foreman the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bow- Â¬ Dont forget the donation Thursday Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto and child- Â¬ of the grand jury lost week speaking of mer afternoon at the Baptist parsonage ren of Louisville spent Sunday May the workings of that body said he will run a The Henderson Route Will be found juBt as Btylish Brandenburg Sandy Hill and Highland 24th with their parents Mr and Mrs thought it would be a good idea if the special base ball train Sunday It will while the variety and com- Â¬ churches law could be so made as to allow two or leave Cloyerport at 840 Fare from John Cox pleteness of the stock makes it I was glad to see Miss Lil McGlothan Phelps Walker who returned from three members of one grand jury to hold here to Louisville 100 for round trip one to cater to your every at the festival if only for a miuute and college at Bowling Green recently is oyer and become members of the jury to David Van Alstine formerly Master In this way Mechanic at the shops and who now was sorry I missed the rest of the Irving want visiting his uncle Ben Walker at Gar sit at the succeedingiterm we would always have men familiar with holds a similar position at St Paul ton crowd nettsville the duties of a grand jury man and Minn waa in tho city Tuesday visiting I am glad to see Dr Newsom is able to Mr and Mrs 0 L Hawkins came to they would help largely to facilitate the friends be out I intend make the doctor and attend the wedding and spend several his good wife that promised visit in the days visiting relatives Thoy left for business of that body Tickets Cloverport to Louiaville and The remains of L K Cox were brought return will be sold for train leaving near future their home Sunday here last Saturday from Louisyille and Mr Guedry of Paducah is here He The continued rains are much in the interred in the Hardinsburg cemetery Cloverport 510 a m and 040 a m says if he and his family do not improve way of planting corn etc While wheat May 20th Good returning 2 days from in health he will return to his home in clover and all kinds of grasses grow fine Â¬ Mr Cox was 73 years of age He was date of sale Fare 2 20 formerly a resident of this place but now Meude county Mr and Mrs James Moorman of ly in consf quonce removed to Louiaville a few years ago Come to the entertainment next Sat- Â¬ Glassware and a big stock of Dr S H Stith has been hidden where ho has since been making his Augusta Go are the guest of their fath- Â¬ urday night a good play reading and away at his fathers for about three er James Moorman Sr Mr Moorman hardware and that class of Those who accompanied the Ib home music Miss Bess Hicks is at the helm weeks that is to say we didnt know of a graduate of tho Bheckkniudcie News remains here were Mrs Cox Sam J goods are always kept on hand assisted by Mra Grinnells music pupils his arrival at hpme office and is now foreman of ono of the Cox James Cox and wife Misa Cornelia largest job printing establishments in There is nothing like a reputation for Ohaflin Mrs Mattie Brown Mrs Loyd Thanks to Mrs R B McGlothlan excellent work Mrs Dr Wells of Dal- Â¬ Misses Mary and Stella Paul and Edith Cox William Gregory and wife and Mr the South las Texas has sent the goods to Miss Shumate for so nicely decorating the and Mrs J C Reister GLENDtANE Hallie Dowdy our modiste to make church Wednesday May 10th The grounds down at and surrounding her a dreea Iza Mooro was here Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos J Jolly enter the lake makes a fine resort for the We have just put in a large Obas B Caspeike is a great Sunday tained the bridal party at dinner Sunday young people Julian is right sick Ho chills This beautiful spring School worker and one much interested A lew other friends wero present and weather catches many of them lolling line of coffins and caskets of Merchants here raport trade unusually In the cause of Christianity I wish all all enjoyed the happy time and beanti about there The park was sowed in good every variety and size which of our young men could be induced to blue grass last year and this spring it is ful day finely Miss Sallio Moorman is in Louisville will be prepared to suit any follow his footsteps Mrs- - Z T Stith and a couple of her putting out a healthy growth and the for tondays taste Prices are very reason- Â¬ I saw the silver cup at Kendricks to children spent last week in Louisville surroundings are as lovely as could bo Miss Clara Cannon Planters Hall able BUY ALL KINDS PRODUCE be given in the race for gentlemens Mrs Stith has many relatives in the city wished Think we will take our girl was here Saturday jockeys valued at 250 This was the and formerly lived there So sbo sure and go downj Last Sunday afternoon Robertson Bros received a great deal third annual running for the cup Mr had a good time young and old were out for a spring out- Â¬ of tobacco last week Reynolds won the prize ing there That is where we are to have Miss Partridge of Irvington was the Mr ana Mrs Ashley visited at Mr tho camp meeting Dont you believe Miss Mary Ford of Be wleyville Breck- Â¬ QLENDEANE KY guest of Mrs R B McGlothlan Satur Â¬ Uudds at Rockvale Sunday it has blown over enridge county is here for the advant- Â¬ day and Sunday It is stated here to- Â¬ Johnnie Mattingly mado a business ages our Normal affords The school is day In the Circuit Court laat Wednesday Prlc IHJE07ED that Miss Partridge will leave for Complete in its busiest season Teachers and her home next week D K Murray attorney for the Chapins trip to Loulsvlllo last week pupils are working hard Dr Dempster and family spent Sun Â¬ distillery raised a point in an indictment 3865 msB Rev 0 M Buchanan has been invited for a time seemed to up set the day at Mra Bettie Moormans Miss Daisy Mclntyre enjoyed the festi to come and preach here in the Baptist that biPPti i a ssBaV uuonre Mrs Joe Mattingly and Master Col tival from an artistic standpoint Slo church Saturday and Sunday 20th and local option people Mr Chapin was l flaMaf CClDtotSl complimented Miss Zudie Harris on her 21st with a view of employing him as indicted for selling whisky in the Har- Â¬ man yisited at West View last week dinsburg Magisterial district which is a Rubinstein and Chopin numbers aa she pastor far our Baptist people Mrs Perry Benton Rockport Ky I JBMsftLadBBaBasalBttBHafcV F JaV r His attorney local option district had herself studied them young lady remarks that honors claimed that the olection at which local will visit Mrs Lury Hunter this week A Mr W D Ashcralt introduced me to bought with a bottlo and jug are not Miss Nora Spencer of West View Mr McChester candidate for Superin Â¬ those to be sought or desired Such option was yoteii was void because the visited Miss Alma Mattingly Saturday spread upon the order vote had not been tendent of Public Instruction I waa woula weigh heavy on my conscience Willie Owen has returned from sever Â¬ much pleased with him and hope he but do not young ladies often sanction book within the time regulred by law al weeks absence in Arkansas and other Best Baggy In America for the money The court sustained the pointthrew out may be successful in his race Leather qnartori and back Uj learner Buch by their actions add the question now is places the Indictment Mre Hutchinson nee Miss Bettie Bnwleyville District Sunday school bow much of a local option district have Mrs James Moormau and daughter ir Alexander is visiting Kentucky from Thla iiuggy retails we for MO It muBt be left for the courts to de MltB Lutle attended the Baptist Conven Â¬ frame guaranteed Freight everywhereapplica Â¬ ruuy Dakota Bettie left the town when but quoted on BLOOD CURE SENT FREE termine The breach is not wide en- Â¬ tion tion send for free catalogue or buggies a child I received her invitation to aee ough however to suffer any one to traf- Â¬ Miss Maggie and Miss Sudlo Rhodes ooda0 Bpiint wona nrne no her while in Louisville but it was im Â¬ A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ecze fic the whiskey business around here of McDaniels were shopping here Sat Â¬ in J H SUTCLIPFB CO possible ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison No one is uneasy about that The local urday Louisvitu Ky Cancer Eto Mm Warren Richardson has not been optionlsts have such a hold on tho senti Â¬ The Exclusive nail Order House Mrs Tom Wooslty McDaniels waa If vou hay triad aarsaparluas patent mad I well for n long time Well if I were clneand doctored and till have old t rsiatent ment of the ei tire community that any here shopping Saturday Her sister Address all Ordtrt to Dept Q Mollie 1 wouldnt complain of it for she ores Dimples distressing eruptions of the akin trafficking with the liquor business legs Irritating akin arm was one of the handsomest ladles I saw troublesor ecieina Itching tarnation contagious blood would not bo tolerated for a moment Miss Hannah Smith accompanied her old woigbs 1100 pounds and a perfect scrofula ulcers home poison lever sores mercurial rheumatism catarrh on Fourth St so young but she is happy beauty tolls iacc covered with little sores cancer or any Disputing tho validity of the election Jimmy Mattingly who so dangerous-that keeps off crows feet wrinkles and blood taint then give U B U a trial because II serves to stave off the indictments for Seyeral of the Glendeane boys went II B llotanlc Wood Halm Is made or Just such ly shot himself a short time ago is able oyer seams to McDaniels Sunday to sea a cases and it cures to stay cured those stubborn awhile only for they were all referred to bo out and has come over to Glen Mre Shenee and her daughter enter blood diseases that other milder iredlclnes I all even to matob gamo of base ball between Mc Â¬ the grand jury and will come up deane twice lately to benefit AUabovenamed troubles axe evidence A beautiful homo and nf bad diseased blood la the body and II II 1 tain lavishly Daniels and West View again In another form McDaniels or or Robert Moorman writes that the State 28 visiting kept as beautifully Their hearts are cures because it forces all the poison andImpuritysys Â¬ olub 8 blood humors out of the body bones entire College boys leave this weok to go into big and true Lena Nevitt Mabel Hard Â¬ tem To remove all doubt of Its power to cure we sny sufferer a sample bottle of 11 II offer to send Record Dreaker IRVINGTON camp at Ashland They are in for en Â¬ 11 is an old well tried in Annie Bondurant and I enjoyed I absolutely to II U free hence we joyment and their outing will do them The towboat Defender distinguished their hospitality to the fullest and vote remedy people curedknowIIthat It cuiestoslay curid II B years ago are wall by or the herself on her recent trjp to Now U W Frank and wife went to Gusto n good to day and free from all blood Impurities them a charming family Dogs got among Dave Moormans Orleans and proved to be a record break Sunday Canoer Bleeding Eating Sores Brother Litchfield preached a sweet sheep last week but were discovered Nose comforting sermon last Sunday morn Â¬ orCancer ol cancer lip tare ear or neck eiterpU Miss Caro Sears Partridge who for the before they did much damage Two er She left Brandenburg on April 8 blecdmgatlog sores are all Internal ing to old people as well as combining cured by U 11 11 the most powerful blood purl past eight weeks has acted as instruct Â¬ killed and four or five hurt Dogs got with 31 boats four barges and three full 4 drturglsU sell U B U at it per flats and arrived at New Orleans on tlmelv admonition and grave counsel to fier made All away large bottle Write or trial bottle and a sample ress in music and elocution at the col by return botta of B II B young Brother Litchfield wants to all charges prepaid will be tentUIXOD 11 mall lege will return to ber home at Mystic the Joe Mattingly recently purchased In April 31 leaving on ber return upon the Address ALU day of her arrival On the dip down live to be three score and ten He wants CO jij Mitchell St Atlanta Oe Describe your Conn today Miss Partridge la a bright Owensboro a fine mule for 160 Six symptoms and free personal medical ajrice will be all the bridges with she to be spared to do good and labor for his given cultured woman and the community will ton and ono half bands high 6 years and ran landed but twice ber in tow never OASTOBIA S S S FOR THE BLOOD SAY lip NEIGHBOR ii GET Â¬ YOUR Â¬ MILLINERY son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ AND DRY GOODS J e 1 STOVES AND TINWARE NOTICE THIS I H DEWEESE as1 ilX BV Escort Buqav c c Ml Â¬ a frfcriftaVtr MifiiiiiiiiiTiiMiiihiififirMnMilivt irf mmmmBmmmmmmimmmmmtmmm i mm 1