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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mrimsM3Miiii p rwvfVYp W VOL BRECKENRIDUE NEWS ALxIa THEX II NKWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 45 LOOK OUT XXIII udice and is not fiimtniucil by sufficient evidence and is contrary to tho law of the case I very seriouny considered tho DofendantH motion mnde on the con Â¬ clusion of the PiaintifTs evidence to give the jury peremptory instructions to find for tho Defendant Whilst thero wassomo evidence show Â¬ ing that some of the cars may liavo been overloaded there waa practically none to suow inai sucu overloading caused or contributed to the accident It seemed to me to bo one of these accldonts that often happen iu the operation of railroad trains that are incident to such hazard ous business and that no sort of human foresight cau guard against The evidence failed to show any fail- Â¬ ure on the part of tho Defendant to properly inspect its cars trucks and all other appliances connected with the train not only before it started from its place of loadlnir but also a careful in spection thereof in which tho deceased himself participated on the top of the hill preparatory to its descent down to where the accident occurred The testimony as to the overloading of the cars or any of them largely preponderated against said charge and in fact on eyeiy issue made tho evidence to my mind not only failed to sustain tho contention of Plaintiff but largely preponderated in favor of the Defend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1899 b IT WAS SET ASIDE Verdict in he Chandler Case Did Not Stand BENNETT His YOUNG CENSURED KENTUCKY BUILDING BOOM Irvington is Growing Like ASPHALT Product It Is a Commercial Success as oped Here Devel- Â¬ A Smooth Religious Fakir Is Work- Â¬ ing River Towns He was a smooth individual this man Â¬ Some Facts About This Valuable Wilbur It A Argument Prejudiced Jurors WRITTEN OPINION the QIVEN Judge ricBeatli Grants an Order for a New Trial i h V Il The moat intfrestiug cato on the ciyll docket Hint was tried at the last session of the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg wna the Bult instituted by the heira of Thorn aa Chandler against tho L H tit L railroad The Coutia U for the plaintiff woro Col Bennett H Young of Louisville and Mercer fc Mercer of Hardinsburg reputation throughout the country EuCol David B Murray of tbia city and ropean as well as American experts de- Â¬ Ghaptze Watheo of Owensboro repre Â¬ clare that Buffalo N Y is the best sented tho defendant paved city in the world Eleven miles The plantiffd sued for 25000 and the ant of asphalt street paving of that city is jury awarded them 14000 Independent of the foregoing consid- Â¬ composed of Breckonridge rock asphalt The verdict was a surprise to every Â¬ erations the affidavit of the affiants Tho practical test mado of its wearing one who heard the evidence in the case Watkins and Brashear as to the state qualities in a climate as severe as that of Tho witnesses lor both the plaintiff and ments of juror Triplett is of itself suffic- Â¬ Buffalo is a splendid tribute as to its defendants showed conclusively that the ient to not only authorize but to compel value The mines at Garfield when cars in the wreck were not defective nor the Court to grant a now trial in this were they ovor loaded case 4JC5 vYV Everyone who was competent to judge The argument of Counsel to tho jury realized that the defendants had not to the effect that this train was running proyen a single allegation contained in on Sunday in violation of the law of their petition and ail looked for the jury God and the law of the land was also to absolve the railroad from any claim prejudicial calculated to mislead and in Â¬ for damage It was proven that Chand- Â¬ flame the jury and lead them into giving ler himself had said that the train was an excessive verdict aa was also the fre all right and iu giving the signal for tho quent references of counsel to the tears train to go on he Called out Everything and weeds of the weoplpg widow who is all right back here Go ahead I was present in the court room und who When the case waa over it is alleged was no party to the suit that some of the jurors admitted that in On the whole case the Court is of the arriving at a verdict they allowed their opinion that the verdicfof the jury is prejudice to influence them and look in- Â¬ flagrantly against the evidence is excess- Â¬ to consideration matters that had no ive and contrary to the law and for bearing on the law in the case these reasons is sot aside and a new This was so apparent that tho defen Â¬ trial awarded dants counsel had no difficulty in get Â¬ BRECKENRIDGE ASPHALT COMPANYS MINE GARFIELD The above opinion is warmly approved ting a new trial of the case and in setting by every person who has any knowledge aside the verdict Judge McDeath hand Â¬ of the case they are in operation they profita- Â¬ sock and they reasoned logically enough ed down the following written opinion is a matter of congratulation to the ble employment to hundreds of men and that only an exponent of so outlandish a It The Court has carefully considered the best citizenship of Breckenridge county teams religion as Mormonism could wear so several grounds for a new trial filed by that the bench is filled by The laborers employed get good wages outlandish a costume soabTd and the Defendant and has arrived at the conscientious a jurist It marks an era and a demand is also created for their On Monday the felow loft town as following conclusion stealthily as ho had entered it and yes Â¬ in local juris prudence that means much teams The instructions given by the Court to for the fair fame of the county Trie following throws some light on terday it waa ascertained he was doing the juiy are complained of as one of the It means the conservation of the pro- Â¬ tho rock asphalt deposits In this section his work without authority from any numerous errors cited Kentucky bituminous rock is found source but his own and that tho ordor is perly righto of law and justice in this The instructions were not prepared as county not only as it affects corpora- Â¬ in the Chester group of the subcarboni mythical carefully as they should have been and tions but as affects ferous rocks along the eastern and south Â¬ He is working Hawesville today and if it individuals noon hearing the criticism of counsel I Judge McBeath has acted in behalf of ern edge of the western coal field of Ken- Â¬ he is not stopped in bis career he will am not prepared to eay that they are not tho good citizens of Breckenridge and tucky and particularly in what is known work every town from here to New to some oxteut misleading as the third sandstone in Owens geo- Orleans I know the deserves the cdmmendatlou of all first instruction is misleading if taken by logical reports of Kentucky and is geolog- Â¬ Unless a woman eats sufficient nourish- Â¬ itself I intended the second one to Many a fair young child whose pallor ically about 300 feet below the Brecken- Â¬ ing food she can neither gain or keep a qualify the first and in fact intended has puzzled the mother until sho sus- ridge cannel coal It has also been good complexion Food when digested for them all to be considered as a whole pected rightly her darling was troubled found in the conglomerate sandstone of Is the base of all health all strength and although divided into separate sections with worms has regained the rosy hue the coal measure but under hoavy cover all beauty HERBINE will help digest If taken together and considered to of health with a few dpsea of WHITES and has not beon developed Deposits what you eat and give you the clear gether in my opinion they fairly pre Â¬ CREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25c A are found in the counties of Brecken- Â¬ bright beautiful skin of health Price ridge Grayson Edmonson and Logan sent the law of the case But where R Fisher 50 and 75 cts A R Fisher but the Breckenridge Asphalt Co hav Â¬ there is so much known prejudice as A Charming Sight ing its mines near Garfield in Brecken- Â¬ commonly exiBta in the mind of the STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS ordinary juror against railroads espec- Â¬ The ladies are the true lovers of the ridge county is the only one which has mado a commercial success of the mater ially where an accident has happened beautiful They have a keen perception resulting in the death of some ope lrom of the harmony that makes up art and ial though several hundred tons have Vast Quantities Sent From Here to Other Towns the alleged negligence of the Defendant for this reason they should see the mag Â¬ been quarried and used in putting down Courts saould bo exceedingly careful in nificent stock of beautiful millinery small sample pavements by the Logan The strawberry crop in this section is county company so framing the instructions that no part creations at Miss Judith Millers parlors The Grayson county company was simply enormous of them can be distorted by the jury by A News reporter called there yesterday The immense quantity of berries mar Â¬ afalse interpretation afternoon and saw the bonnets being first in the field but their property has keted in this city has caused the price to However if there were no other er- Â¬ trimmed and ladies you can take his not been operated for several years The output of rock for 1894 was a little drop down to 12 cents per gallon tLe rors in the case I dont feel that I would word for it nothing prettier can be found be authorized to grant a new trial on in the cities Misa Miller added to her over 5000 tons all but a few car loads of lowest ever before known The berries are exceptionally fine this account alone stock last week an artistic selection of which was the product of the Brecken Â¬ The prudent housewives in this boc To my mind the verdict of the juryis new- - hah and also a beautiful line of ridge company mines As to its origin geologists differ just tion are taking advantage of present excessive appearing to have been given trimmings including ribbons chiffons under the Icfluence of passion and prej- - and exquisite veilings Miss Miller is as they do as to the origin of natural gas conditions and are putting up great enjoying a nice trade this year for the and petroleum but it is thought there is quantities of the fruit and next Fall and reason that she is carrying a duplicate of no doubt tuat these beds of bituminous Winter strawberry preserves will be a New York and Paris fashions and with rock were once oil bearing sands which leading item on tho bill of fare Every express train is loaded daily such a stock it is unnecessarily expensive by long exposure have been oxygenized leaving tho rock impregnated with the with shipments of strawberries from this for ladies to buy their millinery from out Hundreds of last residue of the series naphtha pe- Â¬ place and Tobinsport of town parties crates are shipped to Louisville Owens troleum mineral tar asphaltum A White Mole The wealth the multiThe impregnated rock is found not in boro and Henderson every day As tho blackberry and raspberry crops Mr Pile of Horned captured a white distinct veine with well defined partings Is not equal to millionaires mole one day last week An albino from bed and roof as in the caso of coal will be Bbort this year there ought to be good health Riches without mole is just as rare a curiosity as any but more in the shape of pockets or a large demand for strawberries for caa health are a curse and yet the other off colored animal and ho sent the pools of greater or less area and varying nlng purposes In rich the middle classes and freak to John T Smiths museum at of thickness from the rim to the center for Kirty Cents Fordsvilto where it is now on exhibl the basin The greatest thickness I Guaranteed tobacco babtt cure makes weak men stronz blood pure 60c tl All druggists the poor alike have In tion have found Is ten feet Latku The mole has escaped A Fine Beeve Â¬ Sarsaparllta a valuable asR H Panic of Custer and C A Mat Nat Taul one of the best farmers in tingly of Garfield went to Louisville The Eagle King of All Birds sistant In getting and main Â¬ this flection was in town Tuesday He is noted fbr it keen eight clear and dis Â¬ Tuesday to sell their tobacco taining perfect health sold a fine steer weight 800 pounds to tinct vision So are those persons who Charles Llshen tor 3c The animal waa never disappoints use Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for BLOOD CURE SENT FREE v one of the best that has been sold here Scrofula 4 Three years agooar son weak eyes Btyes soro eyes of any kind bow eleven had a serious case of scrofula or granulated lids Sold by all dealors A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoie- - for sometime and erysipelas with dreadful sores dlscharg- us Pimples Sprofula Blood Poison Coughed 25 Years lag and Itching constantly He could not at 25 cents Cancer Eto walk Several physicians did not help for suffered for 25 years with a cough I sixteen month Three months treatment If you bav tried simpjrUiii patent medt Notice Â¬ with Hoods Saraaparllla made blm per clnea and doctored and till have old peniitcot and spent hundreds of dollars with doc fcctly well We are glad to tell others ox ft Co of Owensboro Ky sorci pimplet dUtreiiing eruption of the- tkin tors and for medicine to no avail until I Miller Bros arnii or lege Itching Motatloo Irritating- tkia If as David JUikDpttawa Kansas have opened up a branch produce house trouble cciemaacroiula ulcere Contagoui blood used Dr Bells This HeW t- - Vomiting spells dizziness aoree mercurial raeumailuo catarrh remedy makes weak lungs strong I in Cloverport where they will pay the and prostration troubled me for yean lie uca covered with litUe toree cancer or any Had neuralgia grew weak and could not highest price in cash for poultry and blood taint then give B a B a trial becatiao U has saved my life J B Rosell Grants B B Botanic Blood Balm la made kr Juet anch sleep Mr ago was against me but Hoods Respectfully caeaaad it cures to etay cured thoM atubborn burg 111 Banaparlua eared me thoroughly My eggs blood dlaeaaea that other milder iredlclnea iafl eren weight increased from 12S to 143 pounds I JSADOBJt PoiHAU to benefit All aboveuamed troubles are evidence Had Been Appointed am the mother otnlne children Never felt of bad dlteaaed blood hi the body and 11 B B Opposite Post Office m well and strong since X wasmarrled aa I curea becauae it forces all the poleou or Impurity or Rev J W Little has been appointed MIMM A WAttas 142993d 8t ttenow blood humora put of the body boaea and entire ay Has Been Transferred WMfehsgton D O tern To rem1 ore all doubt of ita power to caree fill the vacancy occasioned by the after to aeud to any aufferer a aampU bottle of V II to W II Camp who or the past four Babolutcly free B B Bta aa old welf trled death of Rev Ford who had charge of EOMttM uWa had to tie the bands of ear two year old son on account of eczema and a half years has been express man remedy hence we know that It cutea lo stay cured No niMiclns even oa Ia4 andjBnbi circuit Bro LUtle for the people cured by B U 11 yeara eo are well the Constantino fegor on the FordsvIHo branch has been to day end fixe from all blood lapyrittei we used Hoods Sarsaparllla filled the last appointment at Ouster wafta Hm mH Mae A YiK Wtcx U transferred to the main line and now CftMer llelftf Eating Seres Noae mommf ateej raieneai j runs on 45 and 46 Charlie Stone suc Â¬ or Cancer ot cancer lip breVearor neck eiternt1 FlHe Horse Sold bjeiua eating aoreeare all Internal ceed him by B BjUpUtr moat powerful blood puri- Â¬ cured Pierce Hardaw7i of Bewley vllle Bold fier made AU Atoilt aell B BB at ft per large bottle WVite far trial bottle and aample to a Jackson Mlw man hia fine Dour butlie of B be tent 9 willAddreas by return mall bon Denmark gelding The price was MMIHITIHimWAmBfBOtBt all cbargea prepaid BLOOD BALI Statstt CO jis JditcheH St Atlanta Oa Deecribe your 125 which Is a handsome price for a MooTa MB eW Hter IHe I tete PfMtaue olrrlUWe an4 symptoms and free tvraoaal medical ad rice wUl be Tf HfsWTt 1 liWfc We splendid horse Htf llrea Â¬ Â¬ V7-WMXfli- Undoubtedly tho most valuable min Â¬ eral production of Breckenridge county is rock asphalt It is mined very exten sively at GarfieM by tho Breckonridge Asphalt Company Tho bituminous rock ia of the very higheat grade and makes a street paving material that can not bo excelled It is uniform in its composition and requires no great skill in cooking This makes it a mbro relia- Â¬ ble material than tho Trinidad lake as Â¬ phalt which jequirus a world of skill to mako a compound that will como up to the standard required for street paving The asphalt mines in this county are of comparatively nceut developement but their product has attained an enviable Â¬ Ho dropped into tho city last Wednes day His ineana of reaching Cloverport was on a house boat called the Good Samaritan No sooner had ho lied up than ho started to put into force tho Chicago in- Â¬ terpretation of the gojdeu rulo Do others as you would not that they do yon Ho had little tracts tt clerical dress a sanctimonious countenance and a good graft to use tho language of a con man He told peoplo that he was collecting funds food and clothing for the widow the orphan tho weak ind the oppressed under auspibes of the order of tho Good Samaritan an undenominational organ- Â¬ ization that had its headquarters under his hat tho latter he k f for Inference and it is said that our people responded liberally to the call His religious conviqtidns were broad enough to cover every sect aud he was an Episcopalian Methodist Presbyter Â¬ ian or Lutheran according to the de nominational predilections of tho suckor he was trying to catch with his bait Some people fought shy of him for tho reason that on Sunday he appeared with a mortar on his head and a cassock on hia body They had never seen a Mor-Â¬ mon in their lives nor a mortar and cos-- Western Mining Town The Principal Stores are Adding More Floor Room The little town of Irvington is enjoy ing its annual building boom Â¬ Baking AVAl Powder Rysmpwmd ABSOUUXEiyfeuRE SOVAt MKIN4 POWSf CO Makes the food more delicious and wholesome KIW VODK O O Smith is about to erect a hand some two Btory business house to be oc- Â¬ cupied as a drug store by Higgins Bros In last Thursdays Courier Journal was of Owensboro Contractor Bramlette tho following will construct tho edifice Jolly Cains growing business has necessitated more room and to meot the demand they have built a forfy foot addition to their storo Shelman Co are so prosperous that BBBBBBBBBVtHHKs IBBBBBBBBBKyj fSBBBBBBBBMTPwnn they have been compelled to build a t1 lkBBBWwtt shed 15x85 feot on tho sido of their BBBBBBBBBfasJBMBBBBBBBBBBBlwf brick store to accommodate a big stock bbbbbbbbbVBP MbbbbbbbbbbbbbV dMn Â¬ said that Frank denies the soft Ira pcachmen as contained above but Ills Fiance Is a Beautiful McLean rom what we know he was only ollying the Owensboro scribe a bit Frank is County Qirl engaged all right Nothing has eyer been produced to with TABLERS eaual or compare BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT as e cur-Â¬ ative and healing application for Piles Fissures blind and bleeding external or internal the Itching and Bleeding of tho Rectum The relief is immediate and euro infallible Price 60 cts in boltlo tubes 75 cts A R Fisher ENJOYABLE EVENT FRANK MERCER ENQAQED Bssssssalkj K kKS flMBBBBBBBBF r of goods W E Brown is getting along nicely BBBBBBBBBbV bBBBBBBBBBBBH sEQk sBVBBBBBBBBT TjSNti with the addition to his building and when it is completed it will be one of the best and largest stores in the city Tho old hotel property occupied by Joe Bland has beon painted and put in first clasa condition and Joe is now ready to accommodate the traveling public 1ibbbbbbV m2hIbbbbt - The Ys Have a Big Time Fisher Homestead at the rBBBBBHBBBBBBLBBBBBBBBBBr iBBBBBBBSBBnBBlBBBBBBBBBB It Never Disappoints Peonle who are trouble with any dis- Â¬ ease caused or promoted by impure blood or u low state of the system may take Hoods Sarsaparrilla with the ut- Â¬ most confidence that its faithful use will effect a cure Millions take it as a spring medicine because they know by exper- Â¬ ience it is just what the system needs WWKBSS Hoods Fills are the best family cathar- Â¬ tic and liver tonic Gentle reliable sure WILL RESPOND Col 1 Murray Has Been Honored by Democrats W Hume Logan secretary of the ban Â¬ of tlvV Young Mens Democratic Club of Louisville has noti- Â¬ fied Hon David R Murray that he has been selected to respond to the toast Shall we retain the Pbillipine Islands as a part of our permanent territory at the banquet in honor of Judge Tarvin to be given nt the Gait House May 31sfc Col Murray is one of the most olo quent of Kentuckys orators and the assembled guests will listen to one of the most logical and forceful presentations of the question that has yet been given quet committee Â¬ Educate Tour IloweU With Cmcarota lOoSSc Candy Cathartic euro constipation forovor If COO fall druggists rotund money enjoyable affair Over a hundred guests were present and amused themselves by playing old Mr Prank Mercer travefing sales Â¬ and new fashioned games The Cloverport orchestra discoursed man for the Robinson Norton Company authorizes the announcement of his en sweet music during the evening Refreshments woro served and all gagement to Miss Leona Tichenor of present voted Miss Hambleton a most Calhoon Ky The wedding will take place in the fall at the home of the hospitable hostess brides parents To Consumptives Miss Tichenor is one of the prettiest As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and most attractive young women in and Tar does not bold out false hopes in that section of the State She is a daugh Â¬ advanced stages but truthfully claims to ter of wealthy parents and has traveled give comfort and relief in the very worst extensively She is a general favorite in and in the early stages to effect a society in her native town and the an- Â¬ cases cure A R Fisher Cloyerport EA nouncement of her engagement will be Witt Hardinsburg in tho nature of a surprise to even her most intimate friends Planted a Century Mr MercerB native town is Hardins- Â¬ Lon Roes of Louisville was in town burg Ky For the past six months he has made his home at 31G West Walnut Sunday and he and Gene Vest got info street in Louisville For a number of an animated discussion about the botan- Â¬ years he was in one of the principal dry ical sights of the Antilles Did you see any century plants while goods stores of Hardinsburg but six months ago he accepted a position with you were in Cuba Mr Rous asked the Robinson Norton Company Hie Gene Yes said Lon I was in one grave thorough knowledge of the business as well aa hia posh-- and enterprise gained yard where several tombstones were for him a rapid promotion He 1s now marked died 1700 one of the most successful young sales- Â¬ When Weak Weary and Wasted men in the employ of that company Mr Mercer is prominently connected in this from Kidney Disease why not try Fo- Â¬ State and has a host of friends in this leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medi- Â¬ city He contemplates making his future EA cine ARFisher Cloverport home in Louisville Witt Hardinsburg The Sunday Owensboro- Messenger Â¬ lBBBBBBBBBBBBBW Tho social given by the Ys at the Fisher homestead by Miss Bessie Ham bleton last Friday evening was a most Â¬ Â¬ A Qood flan Jesse Oosnell of Leitchfield candidate for State Treasurer was a passenger on the down train Tuesday Mr Gosnell ia a clean conscientious able gentleman and one that would reflect credit upon any office he might be called upon to fill His splendid business qualities and his ability make him a man of affairs and for this reason Grayson county should feel complimented in the calibre of the man whom Bhe sends out seeking to fill a Stato office For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron- Â¬ chitis or Consumption no medicine equals BALLARDS HoREHOUND SYRUP Price 25 and 50cts A R LADIES We Have a Splendid Line of Ready Made Dress fSkirt Fisher Has Brought Suit Hon L Green has filed an action In the Breckenridge Circuit Court against Dr J H Hart to settle a farming part Â¬ nership which has existed between them for the past five years About 5000 are involved in the litigation Gus Brown will be appointed Receiver to take charge of and sell tho partnership assets Durability is of Better Than Show 1 48c For a Childs In the Following Marerials I Hoods Blouse Suit mado of 0 Crash or Lin g en with isallor collar in dif ferent colors seizes 3 to 8 m years g Wash CRASH It 50c I i loo -- i a f jmade similar Jto the above sizes 3 to 8 j years better quality For a slightly PIQUE White and Colors ALL WOOL NOVELTY BLACK JACQUARD SERGE CLAY WORSTED 4 s 75c For an extra good quality Ltnsn Crash Suit sizes 3 to 8 years Blouse These are first class in fit make and style and cannot be beat by any city store Motbors come and see them Fino-Tar-Uon- BROCADED SILK Blp4wi ii OBBj TOHIA The Fair WW V Mjmkuii Clwrports Oil Price Hoisi C E i eSleJSfttilBf jBklh faJaJMeMfaeatf eMiffi lOOOOCHKKKKHH eaPaPaPaPaPaPJaBaMMWBetffaMafajI urTirTiriiirtaiTffwiR A AA j Ugf kB ---- Breckenridge News - 11 within the commonwealth and sortie sel constituted lord high executioner will jump up and swat them with tho bludgeon of demagogic legislation Fair ilay for Kentucky rook asphalt Kentucky Btroots I JntD4 V QBMt WEDNESDAY UAkMMAMAi Tbe Edlton tadPnprUtii asphalt for Loulsvillo MAY 24 1899 SIX u It PAGES l U ratoif prllia CARDS OF THANKS Ttr ftTpllaM thArftcd 10 miU per llae 0BITUAKIE3 5 cents t the rate frt chtrpi fr tf 0HHrW ADVANCE THOUGHTS ANENT THE MEETING 01f THE COMMERCIAL CONVENTION I Kentucky la rich she is fabulously wealthy Thora is enough treasure stored away in her gqaeroos bosopUP dispel all the povorty of the world Iler iusgod mountains are filled with inexhaustible deposits of coal and iron millions of her broad acres are shaded with hard wood forests immenso reser Â¬ voirs filled with natural gas and petro- Â¬ leum thousands of equare miles in ex- Â¬ quarries tent underlies her surface of oolitic limestone sandstone cement rock lithograph stone and onyx are scattered about in various sections while rich marls valuable shales and days of superior quality everywhere abound These mineral treasures have been scattered with so lavish a hand that it Booms the Supreme Architect had de Â¬ termined Kentucky to bo a most favored state It is a rare thing to find a state equally rich in mineral and agricultural re- Â¬ sources but Kentucky is the exception to the rule The mountain valleys tho and the bluo graas the pennynle purchase all possess a soil that needs but be tickled with a hoe to make it laugh with plenty She possesses a genial climate and tho productiveness of her soil makes the blue grass state a veritable land of Caanan IV But this la not tho most dnngorouB Bpccies of demagogue There Is another kind that is a worse enemy to the wealth developing forces of the state Thoro aro eminent lawyers who in social and political life are tho personi Â¬ fications of conservatism but place them before a jury with a case against a corporation and they do not hesitate to use all the arts and phrases of the demagogue to win thoir case These lawyers have jurymon and court room spectators for scholars and in the minds of those pupils they sow tho seeds of prejudice Thus tho court houses of the state become school in which the professors dignify the profession of dem Â¬ Monkt talks and it speaks an univer- Â¬ sal language Thk Filipino peace overtures aro fitted with discords As lono ns Aguinaldo has running ex Â¬ penses he will have no capital lllill4I leaves a home of T K McGlothlan Fridav even ing Wo want to purchase 5000 worth of lien notes Givo us a call E II Biielhan Co live Protection Is the root ot tho trusts and you Kill tho fallacy of protection kill tho trusts is proposed to leyy a tribute on bachelors This will bo an application of the single tax theory It warning ol Winter of the approach of age and declining power Nomatter now Darren tnotrcc nor how leafless It may seem you confidently expect leaves again And why Because thero Is life at the roots So you need not worry about the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth And why and beauty Because If there Is a spark of life remaining in the roots of the hair So It would bo a fine thing for consum- Â¬ ers if the limp chimney trust were as easy to break as Its product A Connecticut teacher filled a bad boys mouth with rod popper Sho was determined to make it hot for him the falling of tho hair tells agoguery debauch citizenship prosti- Â¬ tute justice by making one law for the corporation and another for the individ Â¬ ual and they encourage shysters to pes Â¬ ter the corporations like so many jackals Each year it becomes harder for a cor- Â¬ poration to obtain a just verdict from a jury and tho uniformity with which big damages are awarded individual against companies has blunted the morals of Borne people bo that they hall the killing of a member of their family as a glorious opportunity to win a fortnne This class of lawyers can give the most arrant demagogue pointers as to how to execute the job of swatting the corpo- Â¬ rations with neatness and dispatch V Judoino from the flourishing condition of the potato patches along her river front Hawesville is the best farm in Hancock county The Chicago doctor who says that perpetual youth can be secured by in Â¬ jecting goat lymph into tho blood is do Â¬ ing so just to kid the peoplo The Brazilian Government Is about to give a snake show Uncle Sam could loan a few of the Atkinson copperheads to the exhibit without detriment to the country Trusts will cause another financial Thev are violating a natural law of trade and are over capitalized When they are punctured and tho wind and water escapes they will collapse panic AVERS HAIR VIGOR will arouse it Into healthy activ ity lhe hair ceases to come out it begins to grow and tbe glory of your youth Is restored The arts and wiles of demagoguery have proven so successful in capturing Kentuckys possibilities are limitless Her latent rosources if developed would place her first among tho states All that is needed to transmute her mineral and agricultural resources into gold is the potent touch of the wizard Capital and its genii Labor II was the patriarchial age of Kentucky The pioneers after fighting with the giant strength of youth wild men and savage nature created in the land of their conquest another Arcady and here in the sunset of their day they were content to settle down to lives of pastoral quiet to graze their kine and till their fat fields until they were called to the eternal peace of the grave Today is the political age of Kentucky The Bona of the pioneers have inherited tho fierce energy that characterized the youth of their fathers but instead of dedicating this energy to the creation ot a new empire it has found a vent in the bubbling heat of the seething cauldron of politics and thus it is that there is more politics to the square inch in Ken- Â¬ tucky than in any other place on Gods foot stool Yesterday Dissatisfied with Arcadia they sought Utopia and tried to achieve it through legislative enactment Smart and un- Â¬ scrupulous men realized the futility of the idea but with the hearties effrontery of demagogues they promised tho reali zation of an irridescent dream that the generous impulses of the people should be prostituted to thoir lust for power The people were beguiled by the promises of the demagogues and were content with the shadow of things hoped for They lagged behind in the march of progress They were so absorbed in the isms of politics that they have been blind to the latent wealth that is their heritage and deaf to the offers of Capital pleading to dovelop it Judge McBeath by handing down votes obtaining political preferment and his opinion in the Chandler damage suit in widriing verdicts in the past that a has earned the gratitude of overy citizen myriad of demagogues are abroad in the who yalues the reputation of Biecken ridge as a county whore pacsion prejuland seeking whom they may devour dice and ignorance is the exception Each demagogue claims to be the only rather than the rulo original demagogue and the conflicting Brave Men Fall claims are causing the demagogues to Victims to stomach Hyer and kidney expose the charlatanry of the class troubles as well as women and all feel These revelations are causing the the results in loss of appetite poisons in scales to fall from the eyes of the peo- the blood backaches nervousness headple The realization of the fact that tho ache and tired listless run down feel- Â¬ demasoguery of politicians and tho pre- Â¬ ing But theres no need to feel like judice of the people has made Kentucky thut Listen to J W Gardner Idavilje Ind He says Electric Bitters are just stand in her own light and that legisla- Â¬ the thing for a man when he is all run tion against wealth producing forces is down and dont care weather ho lives or keeping her in tho shadow dawns upon dies It did more to give me new them The fact that the people yearn strength and good appetite than any for the new order of things cannot bo thing I could take 1 can now eat any thing and have a new lease on life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ we have a book on the Hair and its Diseases It is free I O Tho Boat Adwlco Free to you If you da not obtain all tho bcneflti you expected from the ate of the Vigor write tho doctor ebont It Irobably there U eorae difficulty with your gen Â¬ eral iytcra which may be cmIIt remoTed Addreni UK J U AYKH LOWCU 1UH E church lost Sunday night at 7 30 Rev J W Bigham officiating Mr Hes ton was reared in this city and is an M denied VI the opportunity of the State Commercial Convention to become tho propaganda teaching the gospel of the new era of progress Lot this body teach the people to pur- Â¬ sue the demagogue as persistently as he pursues the corporations and teach them too that they must swat the dema gogue as unmercifully as he swats the corporations is lloro HI Tomorrow is the commercial age of Kentucky and thank Heaven I tho morrow is already heralded by a brilliant dawn Above tho strident passionatevawp of the demagogue can be heard the calm Insistent voice of reason urging the Introduction of Capita The demagogue ever jealous of his own prestige and realizing that ts foun Â¬ dation is built of folly fallacy prejudice passion and Ignorance hears the vplcet and trembling for the perpetuity ofl his prestitre seeks to strengthen the founda Â¬ tion by bujlding to it with the same ma Â¬ Teach them to encourage Capital Proclaim the fact that wealth with its glorious fruition of prosperity power enlightenment and independence can only be diffused in large measure through the employment of capital Teach the people that organized capi- Â¬ tal does not personify Vanderbilt Astor or Rockefeller but that it is the pooling for investments Bake of the savings of the masses and that hn who assails it strikes at the invested wealth of the thrifty classes of society These truths once inculcated will bring about the miracle of the regenera- Â¬ tion and new birth in Kentucky When this is done the resources that represent the latent wealth of the state will undergo the process of transmution Into gold by the alchemist touch of un- Â¬ hampered capital The hamlet will grow jnto the city and its- - provincialism will be lost in the larger life of the metropolis The melody of the birds in the mountain forests will be drowned in the mighty harmony of human energy as exemplified in the roar and hum of machinery in a myriad of industrial plants From the mountains to the Mississippi from the Ohio to the Cumberland the plaint of the unem- Â¬ ployed shall be changed to apaen of Joy for new and increased avenues of em Â¬ ployment This done Kentucky the peer of all states through her liberal laws and pub- Â¬ lic spirit will shino the crown jewel in the diadem of the union terials He challenges the truth ot reason as an enemy and influential still be heads the people in an assault upon their own interests and welfare The demagogue is as subtle as the devil and is far slgbted enough to realize that the now order of things means his dethronement Just now ho ia in the saddle and possession is nine points ofJJie law H U teaching the peoplo that the organization and conser Â¬ vation of fapltal is crlme He baa coin ed phrases that signify the degrees of criminality andlel the soulless corpo Â¬ capitalists greedy rations the vested Interests bob up serenely tho r Safety MOTHERS FRIEND the ex ternoi liniment is a true safe guard for expect Â¬ Â¬ book on the iubj TEE JUUSnZil UOUTITOK helps thorn thro the early stages without morning sicVtiRSS nnrl ni the critical hour approaches it relaxes and relieves tho overstrained rauiclei Labor is shortened and robbed of nearly ull pain Safe delivery is assured and the danger of rising or swelled breasts entirely avoided Quick recovery and a strong offspring are certain Druggist jell ft for SI bottle Snd for our free llluitreted t C ant mothers It Atlanta C capable young business industrious man Miss J3lghain is the daughterjof Ray J W Bigham The young couple leave for Los Angeles this week where they will make their home in tho future His home paper has this to say of Mr Parham who took charge of tho Hard insburg Hotel last week Mrs Wm Barnard and grandchildren Ludd and Creed Parham left Spring City last Fridav for their future home at y j j jrarnam miiowea rlonunBburg Sunday and met them at Bowling Green Only 50 cents at Short Uaynes Drug Ky They will all visit for a short time with friends in Granger county Mrs Store Every bottle guaranteed Barnards old homebefore going Jon to Hardlnsburg Mr Parham will engage HARDINSBURG in the hotel business at that place In Mr Parhams removal to Kentucky Spring City loses one of its best citizens Some very cold weather in May and a man who is a credit to any com- Â¬ For nearly sixteen years he G W Beard went to Webster last Sat- Â¬ munity was circuit clerk of this county and has urday and returned Monday here a host of friends who hold him in the hlghest esteem as a gentleman a Prof J H Logan went to Troy Ind man of business a good neighbor and last Saturday to visit his smter an honest upright citizen The Chron Â¬ The suit of the Breckenridge Companv icle wishes Rich Bye all the success that can possible come to a man of his against Mr Herron was compromised large integrity and the honest effort we Kennedy has been appointed ad foelsure he will put forth in business in John ministrator of the estate of Cal Basham his new home We learn that Clay Miss Netta Beard went to Branden Â¬ Barnard will work in a large roller flour mill that is being built at Spring City burg lost Saturday in company with Miss Hicks Bed Hot From the Gun Was the ball that hit G B Steadman Prof Roberta of the B N College wsb calledhome by illness one day last of Newark Mich in the ICivil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment week Then Bucklens Gus Shellman has been confined to helped for 20 years Cures Cuts his home the past two weeks on account Arnica Salve cured him Corns Bruises Burns Boils Felons of illness Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth The evening train will be put on the 25 cts a box Sold Cure guaranteed branch the first of June This informa- Â¬ by Haynes Druggists 8hort tion comes from Superintendent Mc Cracken IRVINGTON We sell Whitesides breads and there is none better Fresh every Friday Mrs Ghas Redman and baby are away Eclipse on a lengthy visit The public was not surprised that the Mrs M E Tyler made a flying trip to railroad company received a new trial in the Chandler suit The damages were the city Wednesday excessive The little town is gradually growing a There should be a good delegation at new drug store tbe latest tbe District Sunday School Convention Miss Olive Henderson is in the neigh- Â¬ Which will be held at West View next borhood for a brief stay Saturday Mrs Avltt goes to join her husband in The Sunday school at tho new church Denver Col the first of June at Cave Spring will celebrate Childrens Brp Litchfield preached three solon Day tbe Becond Sunday in June There did sermons here Saturday and Sunday wjll be an all day meeting Miss Carp Sears Partridge is having a Mrs A X Kincheloo went to Louis- Â¬ pleasant stay with friends in Louisville ville last Saturday to see her husband Mr and Mrs John R Wimp contain who has been thero several weeks under plate a visit to North Dakota in August the treatment of a physician Our Millinery department wilt close Dr T B Renfrow will be in Hardina June 19 Get your hats before that date burg prepared to do painless first class Buelman Co dentistry the first Monday in June Mr Gardner haa purchased a number Permanent location at Oloyerport of lots adjoining his home from the Rev Mr Eskridge the official stenographer J Lewis for this judicial district thinksho will Miss Blanche Mosely of Stephensport locate here after the June court at He lives at Vino Grove was calling on friends here Friday and Elizabethtowh Saturday at present Mr and Mrs A B Coleman are cozlly The Childrens Day exercises will be installed in their new home tho White held at the M E Church South on the first Sunday in June In the forenoon in- - Cottage We are still paying Louisville prices stead of the fourth Sunday in this for alt produce and selling goods at bot- Â¬ month as heretofore announced Co Subluan We will sell you bacon flour lard tom prices The McGlothlan family will move into canned goods and many other things that you use in your family as cheap as their new residence on Church Avenue you can buy it elsewhere and deliver it June 1st Eolipsb GitqcBny to your door The Bay Viewers had an interesting The regu- Â¬ bf the Masonic Lodge at call meeting on Wednesday The members this place gave an ice cream supper at lar meeting tho 21 their lodge room last Monday night Get your hats before June 10 Our alfer the Lodge was over A number of season will end on that date outside parties were present by special Suelman Co lnyltation Mr PJemmons a young minister from 0 E Haawell It N Miller and G W North Carolina was Among tho visitors Bjeard have been appointed delegates to at church Thursday evening tha Commercial Convention from this Mr and Mrs Jim Skillman Jessie place Judge Ahl appointed from the Herndon and John Henry from over copnty a large W5 J Piggoy W Jt Hogback were in town shopping Fri Â¬ Deano Jr and IT V Harris day Mr Robert Hwtoa and The verv vonna folka hnld nn Informal Blgham wefefunitod in marriago at the reception from 8 to 10 oclock at the Mr and Mrs Roy Cain will go to SOME housekeeping Juno 1 Mrs Cain is A yory lovable woman and quite an addi Â¬ tion to our society Mary VVrather is quite sick with measles an I lust having rocovored from mumpatho dear little girl must think sho is sorely allllcted l 11 iiraiJE5C31 T Brother Lewis with quite a delegation attended tho meetings of the Southern Baptist Convention and wore much pleased with tho proceedings The Rev W R Cullom former pastor at this place will preach in tho Baptist pulpit the 4th Sunday Mr Cullom now occupies a chair at Wako Forrest Col- Â¬ lege N 0 Our little doctor is strictly He was seen at thb Medical Association which convened in city week and has given an order for n new office and his new dwelling just finished is complete in every sense of the word Mrs Salllo Mintes has returned from an extensive trip to Louisville Fairfield -and other towns in tho bluegrass She MP has plans made for the erection of a A MACHINE WITHOUT A PARALLELL IN REAPER handsome two story honso Luck to you Every part of it is constructed of tho boat and strongest Mrp Mintes a first class boarding house HISTORY material procurable is much in demand The platform made of selected timber is thoroughly We are surprised beyond measure at bar to braced any tendency of the front sill and the expression coming from the sweet sag warp is fully overcome by a steel truss rod lovely pious charitable Brandenburg in THE GEARING is of well tested strength and being located with regard to the late convention in Louis Â¬ tho rake head and main framo closo to the drive wheel its compactness Tis quite evident tho correspon- Â¬ tends to tho perfect balance of the machine and tho total elimination of ville dent was on tho put side whether at side draft By tho adjuaiible brace rods of tho high rake head tho rakes tho races or imbibing somo of Sam Jones can bo regulated to make a clean sweep of tho platform leaving a perfect expressions is the question gavel The Ladles Aid Society of tho Irving The tripping device is a notable feature of this machine it Ib ex- Â¬ ton Baptist church have changed tbe tremely simple and accurate an adjustment of the latch regulating the date of their ico cieam and strawberry action of the rakes and allowing them to operate at intorvals or success- Â¬ supper to the 20th instead of the 27th ively as the driver may desire When the crop is thin and a proper Please remombor the date and every- Â¬ sized gavel can only be obtained by allowing tho cuttings to accumulate body como and help tho good women on the platform THE RAKES CAN BE TRIPPED INTO ACTION The BY THE FOOT OF THE DRIVER AT WILL repair their house of worship muBic and recitations will bo especially THE DRIVERS SEAT is adjustable to allow the drivers weight to attractive balance the machine and can bo taken off by removing a bolt THE MAIN WHEEL IS STRONG AND SOLID and gives to the Miss Ellen Herndou has returned to the city where duties as a klndergartner reaper mechanism Buch perfect running as can only come from great called her after a pleasant and profitable power easily delivered THE EASE WITH WHICH THE RAISING LOWERING AND sojourn among relatives and friends at place She was loth to leave the TILTING MECHANISM can be operated cannot be improved upon this country now at this especial time when It ib characteristic of the Osborna Raanor ALL POSSIBILITY OF CLOGGING THE GEARING IS PRE- everything has donned its new dress She remarked to a traveling companion VENTED BY THE HEIGHT OF THE INSIDE DIVIDER FOR TRANSPORTATION on tho road or through narrow gate ways as they reached tho city limits Now last look at Gods beautiful the platform can bo quickly folded take a The thorough efficiency of the Columbia has been proven in innumer Â¬ world FARMERS HERE ARE III III V r m FACTS ABOUT THIi 0lorne Errr 4k j Columbia Reaper -- X te or cutter Many old soldiers now feel the effects of the hard service they endured during the war Mr Geo S Anderson of Rosa ville York county Penn who Baw the hardest kind of service at the front is now frequently troubled with rheuma Â¬ tism I had a sqyere attack lately he says and secured a bottle of Chamber- Â¬ lains Fain Balm It did mo bo much good that I would like to know what you would charge me for one dozen bot- Â¬ Mr Anderson wanted it both for tles his own use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as every family should have a bottle of it in their homes not only for rheumatism but lame back sprains swellings cuts bruises and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by R A Shell A R Fisher Olovorport man Stephensport able contests whore its lightness strength ease of adjustments speed in cutting and forming of gavel is have made it victorious FOR SALE BY R S BANDY Irvington Ky OHAS MILLS Guston Zy m GOOD NEWS I l j We hereby announce to the people of Harned and vicinity that we have open ed up a GENERAL LINE OF MERCHANDISE at this place The stock is new fresh and what is better is cheap We want your trade and will give you better values for yqur money than you ever before received WEBSTER Blackberry winter Seme tobacco being planted Late wheat is almost a failure Sundays excursion caught up several here H O Ptewart has joined tho bridge crew Mrs Thomas Chandler is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hall Miss Bettie Hook of Hardlnsburg visited Fred Moormans Sunday Miss Mayme Ireland of Skillman is the guest of Mrs J L Skillman Talk up the temperanco sentiment it is the issue of prime importance The rain Saturday interfered greatly with our district Sunday School Conven Â¬ tion The Meade county Messonger man is certainly on eclipsos of tbe THE NEW STORE MEYER DAVIS HARNEDi KY I sun Our next district Sunday School Con vention will meet at BowleyvUle a year hence An attempt is being made to remove the voting precinct from here to Clifton Â¬ i fflBosooTOP cp gft p oas s HO PAIN NO DREAD I extract tettfh without pain using latest anaesthetics for WE WANT YOUR WQOL AND WILL GIVE TOU TO PRICE FOR IT pllthe Ideal Superintendent Bate Herndon made such a good secretary of the Sunday School Convention that he was re elected for another year The Misses Lewis May and Dee Ru soy and Ilia Richardson af Branden burg aro the guests of Mrs J B Hern don Mills Bro Leitchfleld gaye us a very inter Â¬ esting talk at our convention on the Â¬ PAINLESS OPERATIONS OJR Trrattrrv A CROWN nw QEfc I makoaepeo talty of ana vftiwfl Skillfully fixed to the root or body of T J Jolly makes a most excellent president of a Sunday School Convention thp tooth will last and was continued in this capacity for a lifetime another year Â¬ vvinrj if fm It you wish to do a good deed hunt up that petition to vote whiskey out of the district and sign it Then follow this up With a better deed by votina against whiskey in the election Harveli of a Graphophons One of tho wonders of the end of the century is tbe home Grtphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or anv Bound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or yocal music and vary It every evening On theGrapbophone one can record tbe human plce pr any qnnd and reproduce It at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphopione8 made for home entertainment can be bought as low aa 10 fi djffiujlork Prices Very RjeasJial3fe New Dental Parlors at Mitchell notelrfNowOpentw i- T D RENFStOm Dental Surgeon Graduate of Pwn3ylvaBJ PeBtalffloMgej I -- i n r i Klgtti9J for cataloons 3d in hl Cb No 010 Pennsylvania Aye Washington D Q Write Colvmbu PnoNoartAiu KrtUb collars noun I Foreatra i i i aIfJaaJBaJpaMaaTaTie1aIflaaaaa pFT1 MgJggggttatfflCTT Splil HHBlwwWisrow JyPJPIiw t aamlammaammmmamamaallatlmimtm-m--mw MBCIK M TrvTTwp ITT r jT jf sssssse BANK -OF HAEDINSBUEG B 1 1 WILT M1LLEK Vico Presldont M II BEAKD Caal inr I G W BEAM DIRECTORS MORRI8 E8KUIDQE J K M JOLLY F BEARD President ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD By 0- - R LiciiKiKij ik Tit Bits A tape worm eighteen feet lone at tonst caino on thn sceno after my taking tiro CASCAHETS This I nra auro has oaused ray bud hcnlth for tho pant threo yours I nm atlfl taking Cnncarot the only cathartic worthy of notloo by soiihIIjIo people uiu w uowiEB uairn Miss Art WORMS I CANDY P S YOUR FENGE 9 C C 3 AN 1 EYESORE ff Tj I- ee t 1 4 - - t t t t - f INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS JOHN AlDISHOP DAN ORILEY President BASSETT Vice President Cashier Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 1 886 Leitchfteld Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 10000 INTEREST PAID OK TIME DEPOSITS 3B jt t FEr AMERICAN Field Fencing fence because A that always keeps its shape its built that way KothlnE buNarge site heavily gatvanlred wire made of best Dessemer tee I used In In con itructlon tame In all the in different styles made turns all kinds of stock and leaves the stock unharmed while the fence stands strong and sturdy THIS zzxrewHEn hinge joint makes an ad justable fence and pre vents stav wires from rienrllnrr i enmp manes as ugni a rna fence in summer as in win ter and preventsstay wire from being displaced EZwBSSS Theres no fence that excels it and few if any as good Manufactured by AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO PITTSBURG PA rOR SALE BY R S BANDY Agent IRVINGTON KY Office In Hear of Moorman Drug Store Owens JlajLJL--3a- a Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in ail kinds ol Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE II BRANDSKBURG CASPERKE KBNTUOKY Jewelry and Insurance Shorthand Full courses 25 coBh or you can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH BIT Penmanship Etc taught HVLA IIj Hooks and blanks free The principal of this schoo Is the author of thi leading sjstem or bookkeeping which is used in thousands of public and private schools Including the public schools ot New York and other large cities The leading system of Shorthand Is taught Stud nls from every State You can graduate in your sr ARE time be u ever so Special Graduates assisted to positions little RATES TO TIIOE WHO 5KNDKOR CARALOGUES AT ONCB SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 335a West Jetferaon St SEND US ONE DOLLAR 100 Louisville Ky Examine It at freight Sour and It found perfect Â¬ ly satisfactory K ISO pattern STOVE by klk rra4 HKtUBTOIIl CUAL ASD WOOD freight O OD subject to elimination iftfosWffi alarm gradually faded from her face as sho listened and understood by the mans appearance his desperate position and there was something like compas- Â¬ sion in her voice when sho spoko Aro you John Atkins who escaped ou Tuesday sho asked Aye ho then youyo heard groaned I hoy wore round the farm yesterday hunting for you she said Theres a reward for you Oh miss cried tho man take pity on me Dont give mo away I Pll go Ill go if you wont givo me away Youve not tho face of a stone heart nor tho voice of one neithor Dont send me back there for tho love of him who lovo moat Im a felon but not a villian My crime was man slaughter I dont countty Turee days of it and its taken mn deny my guilt But ho lied to me about my mother he struck me and I struck no more than a couple of miles away he groaned He put his hand up to a him back Ive Buffered threo years fresh scar upon his forehead and laughed now For Heavens Hake dont send mo Well praps the frg that lost me my back to two years more But I must bae He throw himself on ids knees beforo wity lost them mp beon going back half the time yesterday htr and the sweat of ngony gathored in the fog and bv this lime every soul thick upon his brow wilt be warned and eyuy hand raised I wont sho said gently looking against me down upon him But youre not safe Ho scrambled to his feet and after hero in thoso things 1 will give you looking about him cautiously stamped something to eat and drink Then you upon the ground to Btait the ciiculation must go of his blood He shivered and hugged Ho let her go and while sho was away his breast went round the shod seeking something ho f jacuatcd Lor Im hungry I At last he chanced upon the handle of a Oh for a meal of the old broken spade which ho gripped firmly ruefully farm bread and butter and a pint of the in both hands as if to measure tho force Alderuey cows milk Freedoms a fine he could put into a blow dealt with it thing but an empty stomach takes the The door swung open and tho young There bloom off Its early woman entered follownd by n stalwart yet folks aint about Somewhere about man of thirty whoso handsome honest there must be a place where I can get a face betrayed his relationship to the slice and a cup without at king Asking woman dangerous in this rig out hissed the convict at the Cat Then he turned anil set out in an east- Â¬ woman as ho swung his cudgel above erly direction walking fast but with hi head ready to Binllo down the man evident pain Over tlio moorlands un Â¬ ihould he approach him even face lie went his fiats clenched and No names young fellow if you hin elbows pressed against his sides At please said the man angrily and times when his course lay over fairly drop that tool No ones betraying vou even ground he turned and ran back- Â¬ yet Giye him the food Miry he looks wards that he might survey the land be Â¬ fit to die hind him without unnecessary delay A spasm of intense emotion passed If they catch me lot em shoot me over the convict rugged faco as he seized but I wont go back he muttered as he the bread and can of milk tho girl held out to him He gulped down the milk ran Ho had run for about half a mile and took a hungry bite of bread turning when he saw at a distance a small house to the man as he did so surrounded by barns standing in a belt Farmer for goodness sako dont giye of stately trees The sight encouraged me away he cried Im a farmer by Yet he calling myself Take pity upon me a hiin and renewed his vigor knew that in that direction lay danger rnisnrable fellow and I blues vou all my for wherever man worked or played dan life and her and her Never fear that man ger for him must lie But hungry said tho far Â¬ But thats not all Suppose it thirsty weak and pain strained he mer meant to risk re capturo to stay the gets known that we harbored you supgnawing at his vitals and to revive his pose they prosecute mo 7 Eh Youer a firmer falling energy Then your eye must have told Au ho approached the farm he slack you theres not much money going on ened his pace and eagerly scanned the this farm and well your wits will tell scene for signs of human presence you all I mean If you go from here Creeping under the cover of a hedge he youll be arrested by others your made his way to the open Bhed pushed clothes give you away So it wouldnt his way through a rickety door nnd en- Â¬ be fair to let you go like this Then if I tered tho inclosed portion of the out- lent you some clothes I shall have help- Â¬ house and there found a yelyety Jersey ed you to escape as bad an offence as if Sho looked I kept you on the farm with me where cow eating at a manger perhaps you would stand a better chance round at him and breathed heavily As he stood trying to decide now to of escaping recognition than if you went procure some of the milk the cow was elsewhere for weer lonely here and the anxious to render tho door of the shed place has alreadv been searched bands into his was thrown open aud a young woman The farmer dived h milk pail in hand entered behind him pockets and walked the barn impatiently Let me stop then For pitys sake She dropped her pail with an exclama- Â¬ tion of alarm as her bright eyes lighted give me a chance implored the convict Yep farmer I will My names Jol- Â¬ upon the stranger aud she was about to retreat hurriedly when he turned saw ly Dyou know the name of Jolly her and bounded to the door to which Nol Forgotten it probably Well Im from your part of Hampshire John he put his back For goodness sake dont give me Atkins and I know some Atkins and I away I he said hoarsely I wont know the ins and outs of that affair of harm you but give me a cup of milk yours Ill go the whole hog farmer I No Stayl Slip you indoors and well wash you in- Â¬ and Ill bless you look at me well You seo who I am a to a new farm hand convict but theres good in me yet Glyo me a drop of milk for the love of The new hand at Jollys Farm was a Only distinct success Ho worked with a Heaven I Pll not hurt you nils give me a drop to stop this burning will and know his work even better than did Farmer Jolly himself thirst and dont call aloud Two weeks had elapsed since John At- The womans expression of horror and the penetrating warmth of anil rising mm tlio grey ml ts weire nlowly lift Â¬ ing nnd thinning over the wide wild Btrotch of the bluo Dartmoor Gradually tlio biiBhes and Ledges took forma dim and shadowy at first then firm and distant peaks and belts of trees peeped smokily through tho whito huze Under a thick dewy bush lay a man sleeping Ho lay with his face upon his arm and the clothes which clung damp- Â¬ ly to him proclaimed him a convict Presently tho haze lifted and a light rain bepati to fall Light as it was it was He sufficient to awaken the Bleeper lifted hia head suddenly and looked up straight beforo him Then he eat up and caiefully surveyed tho surrounding WMruMtiiw f X Wssi UNDER Is it an old picket affair Does it detract from the beauty of your lawn 4 Aro you ashamed of It If so you had bet am taillB ir It a sn a new ono put up M mM H mm m 19 TIMDI MARK MdnTrtrtlD LsssssssWl H IsssssssssHPv Ih Cheapest because it is Rest It is Rest because it is Cheapest Plonsint Palatable lotent Taste Good Do fjood Mover Sicken Weaken or OrlpolOo 25c Wo Slrlln ItnaHy I 1 CURE CONSTIPATION raT nil UllnU tkleiti ttMtn1 Sw Trk 511 and guaranteed by nil drug Bin to TU It R Tobacco Habit Bold kins othorwise James Arnold which latter namo he had adopted had been taken on at the farm and his knowledge had mado him very useful to Mr Jolly white his handsome faco aud general de Â¬ meanor had induced Mary Jolly to re Â¬ gard him with something deepor than mere pity deep as pity may be But it must bo admitted that James Arnold did not trust Jolly When the warders again walked into the farm one morning Arnold had thrown a look full of scorn at the farmer for he believed he had been betrayed And although this belief had been dispelled by his es- Â¬ caping detection by tho warders somo how or other his faith in Jollys honesty would not be re established itself One reason for this was the knowledge ho had gathered from this word and that look that the farmer was financially em- Â¬ barrassed which in consequonco of the hundred pounds reward which had been offered for the capturo of John Atkins was certainly a temptation to render him up to the law No absolute obstacle stood in tho way of the convicts flight from the farm almost any hour of the day he could have turned his back upon the farm and departed He had considered that hun- Â¬ dreds of times and abandoned the idea not because he feared being detected elsewhere not because any kind of obstacle stood in his way bat because of two soft tender eyis the sound of a mellow sympathetic voice because of because of Mary Jolly Under the Influence of his suspicion of the farmer Arnold grew very watchful and astute It dragged him down to do ing meaner things than felon as he was he would otherwise have stoopod to do He played the spy upon the farmer many a time But he felt the shame of it SHU he had more than durance vile to dread he had tho loss of something dearer to his heart than liberty to fear Thus it befell that one evening when the farmer and his sister were locked in the tidy little parlor of the farm Arnold was kneeling on the mat outside the door his ear and his eye alternately at the key hole At first he could not hear what either said but as they talk their voices instinctively rose and he heard words and sontonces of their conversa- Â¬ tion Only seventy pounds the farmer No I cant raiso ou anything said But Ill be worth a couple of hundred easily in a few weeks if I can tide over A week Must have seventy pounds in a week or an absolute guarantee for it Tbeyll foreclose which means ruin All securities are coyerod Borrow asked What can we do George Mary Theres a hundred pounds in tho house said he wearily Arnold started so violently that ho al- Â¬ most rattled the handle of the door Ho chocked his breathing and strained his ears Where George where cried Mary In the person of Arnold the farmer replied bitterly The sister said something bo low that the eavedropper could not hear Not quiet lass cried the farmer with a laugh I am not that mako and you know it I I trusted him and he trusted me Ive left money about in the hope hed take it and clear off And Id hayo been cut deep if hed done it No 1 gaye him his chance at groat risk He took it like a man and George Jolly doesnt mean to phy trator in such a case I love you more than ever for that George said Mary impetuously Im pleased to bear it lass replied It has seemed to the farmer grimly me that your affections been shifting lately eh Arnold etraightenod himeelf and crept down the pascage out into the opened air For a long time ho paced up and When down the garden deeply agitatod be returned he Wfant straight to the par- Â¬ The farmer lor door and knocked opened it and invited Arnold In The woman was not there in a pas A word with you farmer lonate tone he tried to subdue Ive been listening at the key hole and The dickens you have Yes You said you trusted mo and I trusted you Its a Ho Ive neyer trust Â¬ ed you a moment until now thats why I was listening at the door Farmer you may call mo a felon and a spy if you like I am But Im not a regular bad urn and Im going to find the money you want if Aro you mad You come here aud talk about spying and lending me money in the same breath Nay no condi Â¬ On one condition But tions You ahall have it anyhow tell me farmer if 1 came to you in two years a free man and change my name would you aay no if Mary said she would marry me Quite mad I murmured the farmer in ainazoment Havel been honest here Thank yo a thank you I Have I a crlra Thank farmer your inalsface Look here then I love band I Perhaps you did Well Mary if I come back in two years a free man and change my name and get honest em Â¬ ployment will you give Mary to me If Â¬ 1 1 1 HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to any placo Its good polnta are Beauty Lightness of It Ib bullton scientific principles Every part of It strengthens Construction Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities the other part Thero is no strain and ten years after it is nut in it is aa firm as it was whon originally constructed There are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of tho most expensive iron fences and beata them all in appearance ClovehfortICy May 51899 The Owensboro Fence Com Whnt the Editor Gentlemen The Williams lence more than pleases mc It It a thing of beauty and a Joy forever It enhances the appearance Of this of my yard Jnd discounts tho other wire and Iron fences In the city I never got grerter value fr my money In mv lile Paper Hays t Ilelleve me JNO D ItAllllAUK Call around and seo the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages resldonco It speaks for itsolf W T BARNETT IS AGENT V3 Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Clovcrport Ky The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine 1 Without A Fault 1 1 liW It has Doering Roller and Ball Bearing in every Bearing of tho Harvester insuring light draft and durability As woll as being agent for tho Binder I have a largo stock of DEERING REPAIRS Always on hand and can givo you just what you want in a few minutes You will not have to wait until I send to tho factory for them as I make it a point to keep repairs to supply every ono at a moments notico and to be ready to help you whenever you need help This is no idle boast You know me and you know I mean just what I say Como in and let mo show you my stock I have everything you need on the farm at the lowest price possible for first class goods Dont buy until you seo my stock and got my prices J W PATE you McQuady Ky no will send you cant discover more against me than that bitter charge If I find nothing more against your name than that I will Your haud on It You seem pretty sure of the girl agreoing said Jolly good naturedly I asked her yesterday Sit down and write man before I Write Sir I have reason to suspect Got that Write quicker or my pluck will fall me To suspect that the man now employ- Â¬ ed by me upon my farm is no other than John Atkins who Do you mean to do this cried the farmer dropping the pen and Btarting to his feet Yes for Heavens sake get on get it done Well talk later John Atkins escaped who Have you got that fiom jail some time since Be good enough to send warders who could iden Â¬ tify him without delay I shall detain In arrive him until the officers the event of this information proving correct I shall claim the hundred pounds Got reward offered for Atkins capture Address it to tho Governor all that Send Higga with it mark it immediate it at once in the trap and let him wait for the ofllcere As Arnold ceased his rapid declaration he sank into a chair while tho farmer rose from his Jolly de Â¬ You cant mean this manded sternly leaning over Arnold fiKADt DB0P CAIIMET IlifiDICfc 11W IKU MACHINE fcifrtUHC v u i tci BllldtU loucevneievmine ttat jour neareit freight depot auu it ILrcUrv eiactly aa represented found a SSOOO THE U lar Mil UUUTKST BiEOllR IOD ETIR III1RD Or pi r SEND NO MONEY frfttir MM jm OUR 10 iiwu aanrl HIGH tT A uni IsS tail feaJttEftOivD 1 1501 wr h ssstr i jWvTT vnV B utlba u tlk ai Offer frikiMiOur Spoplalmachine Prion welirha and f reitrht chanrea The 130 SIR y Rf cent for each BOO Â¬ CIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In your own home and II 4ir we will return your S14M any day you are not atlsfled w BcaUM at SS IU SI 00 SI IOO final a4 grlM r hl all rllr Surib4 I Or Htwlr Cililim Dound and the f relffht will avermee 75 miles Â¬ ait Blf Sll03uail DESK kSISSO frtkl DROPoffered by CABINET la the greatest value ever anybouae BEU1BLE ADD IKE HOT DUItDIOK vertlmenta ottering Mkawa nckiM uniter various name witn d ltru wko are various Inducements Writ rrlad la Cklear WHO BEWARE OF IMITATIONS 5KTD7SS13 I Burners nC DUrLJISlV or roxe amiL LI mauehytiikiikmtiiakfu iv amkiuoa lMV5naJw ritual lilt 1ICJVI91AIJ111AL M O N KY QUARTER BAN IIIIY KTERT GOOD rOIST Or BTERT WITH OR1UE SIlllIISE H1IIK IIIGIIC BTrSigSr2rTrs SAWED OAK - a SOLID Â¬ J alBjlSCaBflEaVTjkljHPgll 2- - mMm Tear rralafcl Tntki I tePWrn BOllU0c4 unI tka ORDER TO Address decorated cabinet finest drawer tors ball bearing adlu table treadle eenulne Smvth Iron stand Finest lnt llltk Ira ktxi positive f our motion feed self threading vlbrat- snutue autoaatio Doooin winaer aajustaoie oeannes patent lenioa liberator improved loose wheel adjustable presser foot Improved shuttle earner patens neeaie oar patens dress iruara neaa is nanasomeiy uecoratea 4 btaUfojVj NICKEL THHWIVIED and araiaiaU4 GUARANTEED Ik Hsktit rvalff aiart darbl aa4 a rail aftili mkcklae mad kawa atftkaiat UraraUk4 aa4 aar Free Instruction Book tells Enrr just howanyono can run It and doelther plain or any kind of fancy work DINDIKO OUAIIANTEE la sent with every machine A IT PfKTQ Villi NflTMINfl to see and examine this machine compare II to 0000 and then It convinced rea araatlaf SI 1 00 ta 1000 aay 1660 w TO kktirV TOOK BlltO If at aar Uae wtlkla tkraa waatka roa ill DOIT DEL1T Sears Ttnebuck A Co are thorouffhlr reliable Editor ruao rousUED ono Illustration how machine closed headdrop- pinBiromiRnu o DeuBeaasRctitr umi iui r ani ik im pa with full length tablo and head In place for sewing- 4 haer draw carved paneled embosed and klatoa ltc1 1S09 finish rraa nickel pulls rests on 4 oaa ggl urmm III SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago When you write mentlnnthis paper 1 rjtiin J miwiipiiw hiii 3 - i jrijggjftij Va2VPtaOAY RATES naiiiiiin t nrfmaTTTSira ai ir Tlio most tentr Itu locatael otellntrucltg Think of tho result 1 Ut tka ITWlMt State BIB una yon ever mw or heard ofpay the nuiiiirr leiiT aar sriciAL raicE S1300 VjiBs aaaaaY 49 a the 11X0 WRITE TOR OUTl BIO FREE ant with or- 8TOVE CATALOGUE m afflA This stove Is alie No t oven U and freight charge topUUiUi made from beat plfflron extra HKHJill heavy covers heavy lining- - ana grates large flue large oven shelf heavy tin lined oven door handsome nickel plated ornamentation and trimmings eitra large deep genuine Steadbh perealala llae reMnalr hand Baal eealkenarBaia and some law ornamentedbaee we furnlh fRER an extra wood grate making It a per Â¬ fect we4 beratr YTI ISSUE A BlSDItiuUAEAlTI with every stove and guarantee aafe delivery to your rail 11100 road station Your local dealtr would charge you00 for such a stove the freight la only about II for each CM miles m w ut i al leut eiooo Address jfl tSawaa Aimnui ACME WXMQW9999M9MM4mW II Dion UlllUl Call Mary ask her Arnold groaned burying his face in his hands The far- Â¬ mer went to the door and summoned his sister who came quietly into the room and closed the door behind her I cant dlssaude the madman said the farmer after he had explained tho matter to her it is to much to my inHo terest to do so You do it Mary turned away as if to leave them alone Maiy Bald Why should he not slowly standing pale and tromoling Till his looking down at the convict terms served he is not free and never can be free Youre right youre right cried Ar- Â¬ nold starting to his feet Im a felon God holp still Send the letter farmer Send it now at once Go go me Â¬ DHS Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap and V JrJpOISYILLEKY masKcom t- 9rG s 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing Steel cap vv Nysfsiv - m ity Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement col When you write mention this paper SEARS ROEDUCKCOINCCHICAC0ILL lean Katteak U are Uenesal raUaeUXilUr J HHunsche The armor went out with the letter with which ho dispatched a farm hand in a light cart He did not return to the parlor for somo time and then he found his sister and his servant sitting at the table opposite each othor their hands clasped in tho centre cf the red cloth and their heads bowed upon their arms bo is The aun is three years older Jollys farm tho fields are full of cattle tho yards or full of mighty stacke Tho sun shines down on the loose brown hair of a woman who standing at the paddock gate is watching the wind ingroad Presently a spot allows itself upon the hills brow The spot grows long and longer It is a man The man is three years older bq ia the woman But surely heart was neer so young as the heart that heats against tho paddock gate as Mary Jolly leans forÂ¬ ward aud watches John Atklna coming down the road Write tor Price and Catalogue t4VWWWWVWVWaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Thi Nichols Shepard V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW TRACTION ENGINE Nothing that helps to make a perfect rood nd thresher enjrineJssui been left out or alighted in tho construction of the Nichols Sheprd Every thing has been dons that science skill tod Traction Rngine experience could suggest to odd to its effectiveness power durability ana saiety irom explosion ana me ine Doner is ot toe very best selected steel thoroughly well made and provided with every approved safety appliance The fire box is surrounded by water top bottom and sides Tlio draft damper is so made that sparks aud ashes cant drop out and tho smoke stack is fitted with patent bonnet and spark arrester Kvery part Is strong durable and is thoroughly tested Detailed descriptions and many illustrations of the Nichols Shepard1 Traction Engine aud ot the Nkhofs Shepard Separator and other turesntng machinery era contoiuea in large catalog maiieui tree J HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Friday of every month with Casper May Peters - Co IND PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS OANNELTON Antiseptic- rletllaaOII Ilelieves all pain Instantly and heals and cures cuts barns bolls bruises Itch exrema catarrh ore throat erysipelas corns chapped hands and lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous membrane Will cure aore or Inflamed eye In 48 Horsemen will And toll bil wilt cure hours acre tents c tacked heel baler burns old sores and collar galls Use It and If not salaried your drug sjist win cnecriuwy give dace your moni y rnca -- CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I ejrportKr I I4lSttMt4eTJ with full stock of machines and extras 4aV - NICHOLS V SHEPARD CO Battl Crack Ml oh ranch Housoat NASHVILLE TENNESSEE Signature of CfflcUtA I I rWVaVlAr I m im i i WeJBjaTaTaTBMfSkia1JiJaiilaRlakilfr va Ufri Lvai v jf fcw uaaaJ in fvaatflrT uk - v ai aij i -- J r- - KJ r UM-ti- II IIIWMIIIIWWIIWWBPWIPWWil laMaaWMMiaiWHMWWM HIHIil a ajWaJkJ I 111 I irTflata e SSa 111 VaUIU sr J W HIGHEST GENTS COLUMBIAN BIGYGLE JQQQ GRADE LADIES COLUMBIAN Bkeckenridge News WEDNESDAY A Regardless of Age MAY 24 1890 CYCLONB 2050 Destroys Twenty Mouses at Chicka Â¬ saw I T Chickasaw 1 BEST BICYCLE BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT All we require la 100 down balance payablo after examination Wo are tho only factory In the United Htatos flolllnjr direct to ridor Wo fjuaranteo our goods for two yearn most liberal guarantco ever glvon Wo giye more option than the regular dealers You can have your choice of color height of frame or any gear deatrcd Our bicycles have all tho latest improvements large tubing flush joints large sprockets arched fork crown drop hanger etc WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESORIITION TO DAY T May 10 1899 COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO CLEVELAND OHIO PSXS5KSC A BOON TO MANKIND DR q wa -- TABLETS BUCKEYE a pii e KJwBrEDR 2 o ra rj K HiiMB- m I mitj i r BjiMrTTTBI SizMCP iiTJO iBMiaaa -u S F1P MaitoMlHM en WMe 4TU FT Rkvl 4ss 53 IDC A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN Sole Proprietor CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by A R Fiaher Oloverport Kv this to cit ml adta HIT an4 year has FniRNi Another John passed Bwav and I am reminded that H takes money to run a newspaper and that Id better send you another dollar So hero it is Wo had a big fire hero about a month ago but none o Breckenrldge countys former residents suffered by it On the 0th Instant I had my first ex Â¬ perience with a cyclone Back In Ken Â¬ tucky I think Ive seen more water fall in leas time and have seen the wind blow harder but I never naw it make the water take the Bbape of wheat straws and then shock them up and spin them about somo to the nnht and others to the left and cause them to dis- Â¬ appear then reappear I was standing on Mataa back porch and she and a lot of neighbors were in her storm cellar I was cleaning my gun and ehe was screaming at me to come in the cellar but when tue water and wind got playing euch pranks and when I saw a considerable portion of a house flying through the air I dropped the gun and went for safety The big dailies had it a great deal worse than it really was They Bald the town was swept away and fourteen per- Â¬ sons killed besides twenty missing There were none killed and only about three severely injured About a dozen houses- - perhaps twenty were destroyed and about 120 more or less damaged The Breckenridge people all escaped with the exception of W N Claycomb Son who are in the furniture and house furnishing line The rear end of their 140 foot store was wrenched in such a manner as to damage thoir stock to the extent of about 250 We from Breckenridge county are all well As The kidneys aro renponslble lor moro smile sickness suffering and death than any Takon on an average a womens mouth other organs of the body stretches half an Inch temporarily each A majority of tho ills afflicting peoplo time she smiles Allowing hor only 30 to day is traceable to kidney trouble It smiles a day her smllo capacity for 24 prevadea all classes of society In all ell hours would reach half a yard that Is mates regardless ol ago box or condi Â¬ about 182 yards per annum DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY tion A moro cheerful women or a girl with The symptoms of kidney trouble are a now hat smiles at tho rate of a yard unmistakable such as rheumatism neu Â¬ a day or getting on toward a quarter of ralgia sleeplessness pain or dull acho in a mllo a year the back a desire to urinato often day As fpr the funny marl who laughs at his or night profuse or scanty supply own jokes the length ol his grin Is past Do you want an articlo that Uric acid or brick dust deposit in urine calculation causing aro signs of clogged kidneys you cannot got in your own town poisoned and germ filled blood Some Weak Eyes Are Made Strong times the heart acts badly and tho tube dim vision mado clear styeB removed but is handled by a big concern in casts wasting of the kidneys or found and granulated lids or Bore eyes of any If bo drop a letter in tho urine which it neglected will re kind Bpeedily and effectually cured by Louisville most danger the uso of Sutherlands Eaglo Eye stating your needs to sult ln Brights Disease the ous form of kidney trouble Salvo Its put up In tubes and sold on All these symptoms and conditions a guarantee by all good druggists are promptly removed under the InfluMISS ADDIE G DITTO About Mexican Tobacco ence of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root It has a world wide reputation for its won- Â¬ Purchasing Agent Tobacco is a native of Mexico nnd was derful cures of the most distressing cases used by tho Aztecs who smoked it in 1919 Brook Street No one need be long without it as it is amber tubes long before tho arrival of so easy to get at any drug store at 50c the Spaniards The best tobacco comes Louisville Ky or one dollar You can have a sample from the Statos of Vera Cruz Tabaeco discovery Chiapas Campcche Yucatan Guorrero bottle ol this wonderful Swamp Root and a book telling all aud the Southern part of Tamaulipas about it both sent to you absolutely The average yled per acre is from 2500 She will gladly iurnish you free by mail Send your address to Dr to 4000 pounds with all information and assist you Kilmer A Co Binghamton N Y and liberSpit and Smuko uur I ire Auar kindly mention that you read this Dont Tobacco in buying mae To quit tobacco easily and lorotcr al offer in the Breckehbiooe News netlc lull of lire norio ami vliior talio tho wonder worltcr that ninltcs wcnlc men strong All druggists SOc or l Cure guaran ODDS AND ENDS 6O YEARS Dooltlet and samplo Irco Address teed Your Jirla Smile its Measure Have you ever measured a girls Henderson Route LADIES Loniitilli Hinder rime Card In Effect No St Lonli IV Deo 14 Co f 189a 44No v KAST BOUND 41 No 46 St Henderson Basket Spottsvfllo Heads Kvantellle Ixwls t 7 Mam Hi 711 7 7 6ft0im 8 65pm a 20pm 2 45m 310 346 8 01 3 23 37 828 3 13 3 20 Stanley OrifTlth Mattlngljr Owenkboro Worthlngton IM 804 783 8 07 820 829 8 83 344 3 63 4 01 339 44 Â¬ Patea PowersJJor Roelcport Ind LcwUport 818 827 88 86 h B2 91 400 418 4 31 waitman 413 4 19 1 falcon Ietrie Shops for Cannelton Ilawerrille 900 1 428 433 4 40 439 Teil City I 9 13 460 Skillman 923 935 9 40 Â¬ Cloverport Holt Addison Stephenrport Sample 962 449 600 603 6 48 607 625 t 100 965 618 622 634 6 30 If 610 620 6o2 643 611 Pierce Lodlburg Inrfngton Guston Webster 1003 1013 1022 1030 Ekron Brandenburg Lone Branch Hock Haren Willow Dale Howard WestPoln Kentucky Street 1062 1UO 1110 1119 1128 1134 1143 1160am 122Jpm Louisville Union Dep Ar 1235pm 108 642 660 6 03 610 618 626 6 34 567 603 610 617 640 645 662 665 630 715 7 3iam 6 45 70 745pm WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky street 4iNo 5 03 43 No 45 Â¬ Lv Sterling Hemedj Co A Chlcaeo or New York EXPERIENCE West Ioint Howard 7 45am 7 8 2d 450pm 637 6 40 6 48 35pm 8 45 SEND OWE DOLLAR M HJKIT it is getting late Ill have to dose Yours truly A H Hoot you ra riwU Hal yar rrIM lpot a TO IXKricTir NtTinriCTuHr miiLr as urpurstrti aunt to Tint KKTHLiTtsoou u II ou4 THE ORAXOiST IARQAIN tOU EVER r urrticai arei OUK SPbUIAL KKIUfc 53B9Q and freight charges lefstaell 00 sent with order WF MAKFTHIITflP RIIRRY M0CROW1 riCTORT IV CHIC4GO maiters put In Ztixi duicIm Latest Style For 1899 Hod Tuat Uonrr an tlsM fratn the Heit Seasoned Waul iirr I Ililld Fo4 Eprim u Illustrated or liienur Hide liar War I Hiirh Orade screwett Kim Sanens 1atent Tap ilnunre Pally Kalibor llsrlly Ilnol full tide ami hack curtalna PalstlsUiiaran teed equal to any IIjO M bairtrrworlr llody black Uearrlark irrwn or lied t pkoltlrrlfur aarr rrra rrea blr ellh r fcf a I1kr - libit 101 all a EXiUIYATlOY ertkl will ai JIBI IUP BLWT HX fRKllilIT I irroull OO If foad niwiiks SAW millions Given Away It Is certainly gratifying to the putdic to know of one concern in the land who tt are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New DiEcovery for Consumption M arrow tras fall Ifnrlh Oil am Suk srtla atra 33000 IS OUt SPECIAL PR ICE ffPKMIPCoughs and Colds have gien away QIIARAHTEtD TWO TEARS r ureack aall rlltr aal ihn a lifetime f nnt UDJ lit florll S3B DO over ten million trial bottles of this YOU CAN MAKES500 00 Thle wnmcroit HtFK lit wit fTiLori OOR BUOOrES ORDER ONE TO DAY YOU CAN SELL FOR 00 O07 DONfT IJKLAY Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO fLL great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of When you write mention this paper hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness end all diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on Short Haynes druggist and gut a trial bottle free Regular sne 50c K X EOT cd Hi Every bottle guaranteed aud price refunded 1 or I Why Suffer No Knife No kmm It has nn tec- fl When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE ia guaranteed to cure you It ia tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business Tho first treatment brings immediate relief cured thousands and will euro you Mil T S W1ICOX prominent morchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Dopart After vtars of sufTerltij DONS PILE OIN ommcndeu to me The use of one box effected I voluntarily glc you this statement hoping ft of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten fering with piles The Monument of The Union The State of Kentucky loyal during war of the rebellion has plrtced on the field of Chickamauga a monument to the States Union and Confederate dead Many monuments have been erected upon the battle fields of this republic said Governor Bradley himself a Repub- Â¬ lican but it has remained for Kentucky to be tho first of all the States with ten- Â¬ der and motherly devotion to erect a blended monument to all her sons a monument that carries with it and upon it complete reconcilation of all contend- Â¬ ing passions The Hon Jamea 0 C Black who spoke for Georgia at the unveiling of that States mark on the Chickamauga field pleaded impressively for a monu- Â¬ ment on the Kentucky plan but on a far grander scale Let every State whose sons partici- Â¬ pated in this battle bring here its trib- Â¬ ute And then I would erect another It should be the gift of all the States Its foundation should be broad and deep Its endurance should withstand the wasting touch of time In symmetrical proportion and massive grandeur it should rise column after column its lofty summit crowned with tho statues of two soldiers with swords sheathed and hands grasped and on it I would write this inscription Here lie the victor and the van quished They livod in duty done they sleep in honoreu graves In memory of all her sous who fought in the war be tween the States those who fought and won and those who fought and failed American patriotism erects this monu ment to American valor President McKinleys memorable trib ute to tho national sentiment of unity is fittingly followed by these expressions inspired by tho Chickamauga monu monts There is today no governor of any State who will not say Amen to the words of Governor Bradley Thero Is no citizen of any State who will not hear with respectful sympathy the words of Mr Black So the most terrific war the world has yet known has become fixed in the mem ory of the people who waged it not as a war but rather as a conflict of politics in which each party upheld its side of the vuestion with an intensity of conviction and a heroism in its defence that man kind has never seen surpassed and tthich after the day of final judgment arrived and the votes were couuted pasned out of the public mind never o be revived Of civilizations wonders this perfect unlllcatlod of a great coantry which a little more than three decades ago was rent by tho bloodiest of fratricidal con- Â¬ vulsions should not be called tho least It ia today tho joy the pride and the strength of the American people Let the Union monumont rise I Hew York Sun 1 Â¬ 1 fl H A little girl of Bridgeton NJ swallo wed her chewing gum and it killed her W V Smith ofFlorence Kan claims to havo tho longest whiskers in the world A Flymontb Mass sexton was killed by lightning while ringing the church bell for services A silver fox skin was sold at London last week for 1750 at auction This is the highest price on record A little girl at Skippack Fa fell on tbe sharp end of a tea kettle the other day and cut off the end of her nose A Georgia man struck his funny bone against a wagon wheel the other day and has since been speechless with paralvslp A locomotive on a Georgia railroad picked up a pig on its cow catcher and carried it six miles without hurting it Georgia boy while eat- Â¬ A ing chicken got to laughing drew a bone down his throat and died in a few min- Â¬ utes Several soldiers who went through the fight at Santiago fainted at Columbus O the other day when they were being vpccinated A North Carolina woman dropped dead in church while she was Btanding with her child in her arms to have it baptized A fire in Elkton Md destroyed a will by which a young lady in that town had been disinherited by her father and ahe got his property all right Five years ago a Chester Fa women gave a tramp his breakfast and last week he called on her and offered to pay for It He Is not a tramp now An Omaha messenger boy found 4000 in au ash barrel belonging to a banker of Council Bluff who had lost 5000 and offered a thousand dollars reward for it A Kentucky farmer owns a mule which baa in some unknown manner acquired tne tobbacco chewing habit and it will not work unless It is regularly provided with its quid When the Kansas Legislature ad- Â¬ journed the other week detectives were at all the doors to prevent membors from carry ng off furniture and other mova- Â¬ Building Life is a building It rises slowly dav Every new by dav through tho yean lesson wo learn lays a block on the edifies which is rising silently within us Every experience overy touch of another life on ours every influeuco that impressee every book that wo read every conversa- Â¬ tion that we haye overy act of our com- Â¬ monest days adds something to tho invi sible buildlne J R Miller ilSnTE Trade Marks DcsioNS akfttch and description mat ihmii ascertain onr opinion free whether an FnTendon Is Probably patenublaCommnidCT pnU tlona strictly confidential Handbook on lent free lldest agency for securing Co receivo A Patenta taken through Mutxn tho ijxtUil notice without charge In nfifnff Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg ha 81 918 931 9 44 951 9 57 10 02 10 08 8 43 8 59 b60 108 M6 U23 U32 0 40 Ekron Guston Lodlburg Irvlngton Webster 1ierce - 663 600 609 618 626 6 43 Copyrights c Sample Stepnensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skllman S47 10 U0 10 P4 10 06 J61 651 6 5J 707 712 720 7 21 1014 10 24 1031 727 1018 JU22 10 3d 1 73t 100 7 43 Scientific flmericatt A handsomely Ulostrated weekly for Cannelton Hawesville Kalcon Hi 804 812 814 827 833 10 46 10 49 Petrle Tell City 1043 1056 11 1059 1103 1119 1126 1139 1168pm P0 04 arseHelr DRSKK The Leading Specialists of America New MUNNCo36BwdWashington York Branch Office 625 F BU DC Newsnd Opinions OF 20YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED National Importance 1110 Powers iforiKockport Ind 1119 1130 fates 1140 Owensboro 1151 Mattingly 1156 Griffith 11 69am Stanley UU7pm Wuithington 1214 Heads 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them Sold In nsarlr every cltr I t nmmim at aVaa h II vi wj Miaui iru rt l Naw York ONLY PRETTY AS PICTURES This is for cash subscriptions only All lubscWja tions under this combination offer must be sent through the cmce of the 125 THE McCALL CO 130 146 Weil 14th St mttttttMWHtftwfftm BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Safety Comfort Tn0 EaaaW1T M r6 Ii BBaaaaHaaVaaaaal l4rlMBBBBBBBBBBBBf m k Maaaaf Louisville and Evunsville I Kaaaf if II r JBatri 31 3 9rH fl IBM UfctJrrrwj m y lP twrP 0Vt aaywiijw IIi iftaFlt t 1 Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS Ir - onii au 1 Hali ethf rWlaSr JAif ll Ml- lf rr3iI iWIW IH - at written AoeifaMa U Cuarankas by the term and conditio na of which If any part reoalrllfreeof chary Try Ilea we wuirviana yoaruwDvy u rou are not HiaaQ perfectly iaUined 100 a tkeae enaae will ae aelA ai til IIOrralMe DealeeUy OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED Lung Irritation pot dealt with uaak your nelalbor about oa write the publlaher thU paper orMatropollun Matlonai la the forerunner to consumption Dr Dank National Dank of tbe Bepubliejir Ului of Comma EuhT Tnw Kew V T anrrallroa4oreipraeompanylnClilc-v-York of o kataafaalLklilfriiMUerman Iloney will cute it and Bells lnemploy- oier eWpiopft to IW buffiS - es alao eTerytblng- la nnalcaliutrumenta Wa if It aa4 eft oUta prices IiWrite 100free give strength to the lungs that a cough for ejuiofaAplano anl musical taiiranet xSSC at A CO In Fultoa OMpuJfiiiMaWijauwJI CHICAGO ILL I nr cold will not settle Jttiero Twenty 1 Wbea roe write rosntloo this piper uva cents a an goou uruggists CUARANTEEDgBYEARBi Uraaa wa Utile binding year loutw ssSSSSi m9EfSkSfSity afriKiiitilKar M aialaai R Fisher Oloverport E A Witts Hardicsburg drug store a mar Â¬ velous euro for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weak Â¬ ness It is Foleys Kidney cure Money In Small Flocks A F Smith of Newport Me has only twenty sheep They pay him well Ho has kept that number for 25 years He sells the lambs and keeps his little flock down to the orglnal number Last May his 20 sheep sheared 104 pounds of wool or over 0 pounds per head Such a fleece sella well He feeds his sheep hay and cracked corn but lambing time shorts takes the place of corn Ho feeds 2 to 8 quarts of cracked corn per day to the twenty sheep in fall and early winter At A E G KAGON F M Ryan Muter W A Bishop Pnnir Paner Pumr TARASCON Are the beautiful Hata and Bon- Â¬ nets kept in stook They are all creationa of the fineBt milliners and thoy dupllcato tho atyles worn in New York and in all the great fashion centers this Spring Why go away from h6mo lo buy D L Penny Muter L T Conner ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper- Â¬ ate tt and reproduce tho music of bandi orrhes tnu vocalists or Instru mpntAlftnlnlsta ThproU nothing like It for an evenlngi entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduco only record of subjects specially wi pared in a laboratory but tho QraDhoohono not limited to such performances On tho uraphophona you can easily make aud Instantly reproduce records of tho voice or anv sound A Ihus It constactl awavens new intercH nuu Its charm is ever fresh Ibo rcproducUoni are clear and brilliant c T Most fascinating inven- Â¬ tion ol tho bko Always i TELL CITY U H Ballard Maitor rapwiijHes arc sId fir siod Manafaetiired under the talents of Hell Talnter W B Nwbell Edison and l actional J Our establlslimimt Is boliU Talking Machlnra world 9unrens of theSupplies forVrtu Xor catalogue and P D STAGG8 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dipt 30 Spring Millinery when you can get euch a beautiful selection in Hata Bonnota Rib -- iKraliS tooVn4 lEARiROEiUOK rinerar 1 Uetn a of OASVOXIZA IM MM TOU bpnfl Ornaments and Decorations at far loss tnan city pricesY Haw Alttarf BQUflll laattm ULcMfiu - Mrs MBLAINE Dally except Saturday between LoqIitIUo and Hiw Ainitirdam Freight ihlpped by thli line deliTered qulok er than by rail TntTiUrt will And the iteameri art uniur PMied In equipment and aooommodatloni The belt culinary aro employed aieooke and the menu It equal to that of the beat hotelj Oeneral oflloei 170 and 178 4th Avean LouliTilU 010 PennaylvniA Avenue Washington D O Now York Chicago Farlo St Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Waahiileton Buffalo -- i s l 1 DIPKNHY O r w mm - -- vT STEPHENSPORT KY flP V WiLLUiis T P WWHTTH A Pri y Owenaboro WHEN DOES YOUR SUB- Â¬ SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE t ffy ij mw r rrw r--- w jvimmMmmMmmmmtmm imij rjT WMWSBSBBeMr A a jai i r i1 r of i - better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liverand kindred diseases Prevention Sick Headache TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY YQ News MAY 24 1809 th H3M44 tOlB local news in cloverport 44 4444 4445 Emll Nolto spent Sunday in Loulaville This weather is hard on the moequi- - Jl t E 0 Muster Owensboro was in town Friday Toultiy and Ega wanted at Miller Bros 1C0 0 8 Beard Irylnglon apont Sunday in the city Poultry arid Eggs wantod at Miller Bros Go Alllono Murray spent Wednesday Miss in LoiiiYtlle River tralllc has been unusually brisk the past weuk Poultry and Eggs wanted at Miller Co Bros Qub Brown Hardinsbnrg was in the city Saturday Ed Gregory is thu daddy of a new boy It came Friday Bay Heyser is confined to her homo with thu meails Aleck Heron is making preparations to put up a now house Arthur Haynes of ilardinsburg was in the city Monday John Phelcn spent Sunday at his home at Owensboro Woaro having blackberry winter on the installment plan Boys and Mens straw hats at the low- Â¬ est prices at Bulgers W F Leaf Tobinsport was in Can nelton last Wednesday was in the A Hennen Hawesvllle city Friday on business Miss Bessie Jarboe returned home Sunday from Skillman W J Deane was in town Sunday evening visiting friends Miss Olara Moredock of Louisville Poultry and Eggs wanted at Millor Co Bros Mrs Ohnrlea Colvin and her son of Louisville aro tho gueats of Mr and Mrs Marion Wcatherholt Miss Mannie Whito will return from Belmont college Thursday and will spend hor vacation nt lioinp 81 Pnto Hardiusburgs genial livoty man nnd road overseer of the county was in town Monday on business Chris Swntgot and family moved to Owunaboro Thursday They will make that place their futuro home Ollie Tousoy who Is n clerk in tho Southern oflices at lottlsyille wai in tho city Sunday visiting Ins parents A large crowd of liHrdloshurg peoplo camo over Sunday to tako advantage of the excursion rates to Louisville P Hlgdon Lexingtons most progreaa ive insurnnco man was in the city sever- Â¬ al days last week visiting friends A well dressed man pays car fill atten- Â¬ tion to his footwearund the best nnd cheapest can bo fouud at Sutziirs Tho outirg seosop is at hand and be- Â¬ fore you take your vacation go to Sul zers for a new tdeecope or trunk Cloverport has tho consolation of knowing that with all of her wickedness ships not bo black as she is painted John Allen Dean and Chapizo VVnth en two of Owensboroa most brilliant lawyois were in the city Saturday John James Jr of Guthrie Oklaho- Â¬ ma and Mrs L T Williams ot Owens- Â¬ boro are visiting Mrs J A Mayhall Wanted Girl for Keneral house work Wages 3 00 per week whitd preferred Mrs H V Harris Cloverport Ky Mrs Judge Tarvin who has btoa the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer has returned to her home at Covington Ky Strawberries are plentiful and tho price is so low that everybody is indulg- Â¬ ing in tho luxury of strawberries and cream The base ball special excursion train Sunday had on quite a largo crpwd A numbor of tickets wero sold at this point Dr T B Renfrow Clovorports new dentist has returned from a visit to his relatives at-- Sulphur Springs in Ohio county Mrs Charles Miller who bos been vis- Â¬ iting her children in Texas and Califor- Â¬ nia has returned to her home at Har- Â¬ dinaburg Georgo Weatherholt is building a porch to his stono bouso on Oak street and is inclosing the front yard with an iron fence If Cloverports loafers were as patriot- Â¬ ic as they pretend to be when discussing the Spanish war theyd leave their citv for their citys good John Flood and Miss Katie Carroll of the Hites Run neighborhood will be united in marriage at tho Catholic church Wednesday The great demand for labor has in Â¬ creased xt be working population of tho city but has had no appreciable effect in decreasing the loafing class The rose bushes everywhere in this county are being killed by a green worm which eats the foliage and a borer which destroys tho stems of the shrubs Mrs 0 W Moorman entertained the children of Coleman Haswell of Har- Â¬ dinaburg and Frank Haswell of this city at a childrens party last week Capt Hugh AdkiBBon of the Third Kentucky which waa recently mustered out of service was in the city Thursday the guest of Miss Elizabeth Bowmer Cloverport is rapidly becoming the bicycle town of tho state More wheels have been sold here than ever before and there is ecatcely a family in town without one tlcal man and will without doubt prove tho appointment a wise ono Miss Lulu Owens music pupils gavo a rf cltal for tho boneflt of their parents at tho homo of Mrs R L Willis last night Mlfs Owens is a most accomplished mus ician and tho work of her pupils was so thorough and artistic that all tho parents were delighted Â¬ 1LUNG TO HELP Stcuring WANTS Advertisements Inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each Insertion WANTED NOTB KftMtttMMMMMI TO RAYMOND Sunday school is progressing nlcoly Wedding bells are beginning to ring Mr Lobe Avltt has sot out some tobac- Â¬ co fl Po-ru-n- domfrom of catarrh tnakts loyal friends for tht liberator Po-ru-- frtt thi grip STJLZERS 1 boon hna milking wfl nlf Mtn mtiuy tnr FPU HAIE ir AN1KI Tho puny holding my personal IT land nots lor 100 tu bo pain ouorncioie runs 111 ytiie 1901 For Summer Dress Goods For Summer Shirts For Summer Hats For Summer Underwear 8WBBT POTATOES frienda ot this kind for many years It cures catarrh whor over located Mrs R Eadcs HA1K A11 the leading varieties ol Sweet 1oUto Plant for sale by mil ah iMJiiuivi nn FOIt SAtE lIOKSES AND HARES Farmers aro nrorly through planting corn Born to the wife of Honry Cashman a flue girl We are glad to say that Herbert Het d Is coming home There was a sale at old undo Billy Avitts last Saturday Pnvnesville and Rhodelia have started their huxter wagons MlssLizzto Head visited Miss Dollio Glaycomb Friday evening Fred Glaycomb was tho guest c f Miss Janio Hendry Sunday evening Mr Albort Knott was the guest of Miss Blanch Hall Sunday evening Miss Myrtle Decon waa tho guest of Mrs Kate Cooms ono day last week MIbs Sallle Deacon of Garnettsvillo is visiting friends and relatives at this place 01 how glad wo aro to welcome the beautiful sunshiny days as we are having so much rain Messrs Will Head Luby Adkisson John Avitt and Harry Norton were on the jury last week Isnt the Brhckknkidok Nkws a fine Every family in Breckenridge paper county should tako it Mr and Mrs J F Glaycomb and Mr and Mrs J E Mercer spent Sunday afternoon with Mr aud Mrs Charles Miller Misses Mary and Bettie Mercer Otto Mercer and Albert Knott wero the guests of Doliie and Crayton Glaycomb Wed Â¬ nesday nigbt We wore very Borry to hear of the death of Mr Wash West who died 1b Friday night The community sympa- Â¬ thizes with the bereaved family Mr Anurew Squires of ilardinsnurg waa the guest of Mr James Dutachke Saturday and Sunday He doesnt come over quite so often wonder why 17011 SAlK Choice llariei Work Horses and W E MINOR Addison Ky is the gneut of Mrs J H Wills Mr and Mrs L T Ruid have moved into the brick on river street Mr and Mrs Alvin Simon returned from Louisville Saturday night Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad attended church at Hites Run Sunday Ed Brown Pateaville deliyered his tobacco to local dealers last week Alfred Heston of Hardinaburg spent Sunday in the ciy visiting friends Presiding Elder Elgin preached at tho Methodist church Sunday night Dr R L NewBom recently purchased a handsome gray horse in Louisville Strawberries are plentiful but Btraw berry short cake socials are still scarce Tom McDonald Henderson was the guest of Mies Alike Mattinglr Sunday Mens shirts of every design and pat Â¬ tern at the very lowest priceB Sulzers Go sell Homestead fertil- Â¬ Gregory izer to cash customers only at 2700 per ton Mrs J W SquireB and daughter of Hardinaburg were in the city Wednes Â¬ day Mrs OLLightfoqt Haw enYiHei 1ft the guest of Mr and Mrs Dr Forrest Light foot Charley Wljite returned Saturday night from a business trip to Rushville f Is Ind The farmers have set oat a largo num- Â¬ ber of tobacco plants during the past few The annual sermon to women was preached at the colored church Sunday and the colored people for miles around A bus load were preaent to hear it came from Hardinaburg Superintendent Boardman of tho Cum Â¬ berland Valley Telephone Company came up from Oweneboro Monday to in- Â¬ spect tho work being done on the Clo- Â¬ verport and Pateayillo line Rev John Smart- of Texas who has been a delegate to the Baptist Conven tlon visited his brother John Smart last week He preached at Hites Bun Sunday and 011 Monday started oq his return trip to Texas - day Orvillo Skillman spent Sunday at West Point the guest of Miss Nannie Bra ahear Lieutenant Alonrp Boss Louisville was tbe guest of Miss Alliene Munay Road Superintendent Pate has appointÂ¬ Sunday ed Obarlea Bohler supervisor for the Dr Forrest Lightfoot of HawesviUo Second Magisterial district Mr Bohler has taken up his permanent residence in is a hard working conscientious prac- this city- Mrs Sallio Chandler of Louisville is the guest of Mies Elizabeth Hall of Webster Uncle Joe Basham of near Stephens port la Buffering with inflammatory 3s0iii i Does the rheumatism Mrs Obaa P Babbago and baby are the wests of her parentsMrand Mrs Alex Boyd Mr arid Mrs George Gabbort Pates vllle were in town Saturday on a shop Â¬ ping tour Mrs B K Qllvor of Bowing Green is in the city the guest o her aiater Mrs W B Rutledge The local barbers have formed a trust andnow hoxuryoj r Sunday ehswe costs fliteen cent- Forrest Haynes of L yiogton tTM in the gueat- - oi Mr and the Mrs Eugene Haynes Superintendent AM McCracken of St L railroad was in the the L H city Monday 014 Jmlnass Aunt Mariah Duncanis confempUyntr a visit to relatives andirleickinDavtees county in tho near future One oIjb most enterUlniBeftlghU to bo seen oa the1 city streets at the pres Â¬ ent tlsae is the trick riding done by John fthowMt p Ws nw wbel clty-Snnda- y- paby Thrive not something must be wrong with lb food If the If I ofshit 1 mothers milk doesnt nour- - she needs SCOTTS It supplies the EMULSION elements of fat required for the baby If baby Is not nourished by lis artificial food then it requires j Scotts - Emulsion t - a tcaspdonful three four times a day In Itsor bottle will have the desired It seems to have a effect mailed effect upon babies A fifty cent nd children Half r bottle wlllpwv th truth mi La Jf x MnkW nV W oifiour statements 5JMM be Ukm la tummer WcH wJMtf mm TfFyvTW vK of 85 Twenty FOR SAU DRUQ STOCK eighth St Do- SALE A good slock of drugs Apply to Â¬ troit Mich Is ono of tho many thou IJIOIl Cox Ekron Ky I his is a great bar- friends Thlaiswhat sand of sho says to Dr Hart man wantedtJFmakers Wo havo used your with sootlemakers tho most remarkable results and would WAN ntD UK COMPANY Apply to GLEN llfendeane Kv not bo without it We havo always WANTED JENNETT recommended it to our friends A few years ago I purchased a bottle of your ANlHD A uood J nnett for harness pur- M M IIIKHMA1 notes and after seeing- its results recommended it to my grocer who was LEGAL BLANKS troubled with dyspepsia the curing- ot dALU Blank Deeds and Mortgages and which induced hor to soil it in her IOIt Hotms of Legal Blanks 11IUJCKKN store Sho has sold largo amormta of HIDGB NKWS OKHICB it My daughter has just been cured FOR SALE SOJA BEANS My pen of jaundico with Cow would grow weary Ttero I to begin to FOR SALK Sola or Soy Beans andKy Peas B OGLhSllY Cloverport tf tell yon of tho numerous cures has effected in our immediate vicinity TUITION within tho last couplo of years ITtOH hALli Certificate in Bryant St Mratton Dr Hartman President of the SurgiI Business Collree Louisville Kv Apply to cal Hotel Columbus Ohio wUl counsel iillECKBNKIDGE NKWS OFFICE and prescribe for fifty thousand women this year free of charge Every suffer Â¬ JOHN ALEXANDER AMD OTHERS IN PETITION ing1 woman should write for special question blank for women and havo It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Health and Court that the pstitlon of John Alex- Â¬ Dr Hsxtmans book ander and others heretofore lodged with Beauty All druggists sell the Judge of tho Breckenridge County Court and filed in this Court on tho 27th cannot be too much said to his credit day of March 18 requesting that an He lived for several years with Mr J 0 election be held in the Custer voting May some of precinct which precinct is in the Fifth Anderson at this place Magisterial District of Breckenridge the balance of the darkies do likewise County on tho 2Jth day of May 181W Mr and Mrs Hardy of Jackson Miss to take the sense of the legal voters of vote have purchased through R J Petteson said precinct who are qualified to upon at an election for county officers Pierce Harda ways finu saddle and harÂ¬ the proposition whether or not spiritous ness horse for 125 00 The horse is 10 vineous or malt liquors jball be Bold hands high weighs 1300 pounds and is a bartered or loaned in said voting preor not the prolight bay The southern gentleman cinct and also whether prohibition shall visions of this law and wanted the horse for his family qarriage apply to druggists in said precinct was purposes The horse will bo shipped by signed by more than twenty Eve per river to icksburg and theu overland to cent of the legal voters of Bald precinct Mr Fatteson about a year ago cast at tho last preceedlng general Jackson held in said precinct It is now gavehis nephew Dr Culley of that election by the Court that the request of ordered place a nice harness horse and that said petitioners be granted and that an caused this Bale Kentucky horses talk election be held on said 20th day of May 1819 in the said Custer precinct to take whereyer they go the senso of the legal voters of said preYou will now seek a good investment for vour savins Tho best known cinct who are qualified to vote an elecinvestment is improved Ileal Estate Secure your ground and write to COflPANY HENRY KOEHLER tion for county officers upon the propo- Â¬ sition whether or not spiritous vineous Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or vite correspondence with Mill men who loaned in said and also whether or not The Masons aro talking of building a have lumber for sale They buy poplar the provisions of this law shall apply to hall over the new church For my part and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or druggists in said precinct and it is further ordered that the sheriff of BreckI wish they would as it would make the green Write them enridge county open a poll at said vot- Â¬ look nicer on the outside church ing precinct on the eaid 20th day of May 1899 for the purpose of taking the Bense STEPHENSPORT of the legal voters of said precinct who LongDlstance Telephone 494 Deafness Cannot be Cured LOUISVILLE KY are qualified to vote at election for as they cannot by local applications Ed Payne was in Lqdlburg Thursday county officers upon the proposition reach the diseased portion of tho ear R A Smith was in Louisville last whetner or not spiritous vineous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or There is only one way to euro Deafness week loaned in said precinct and also whethand that is by constitutional remedies The Btrawberry supper was quite a er or not the provisions of this law and Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ prohibition snail apply to drugeists in s success said precinct and said shorlQ is ordered tion of the mucous lining of the EustaChoir practice at E H Millers Friday to give notice of said election and hold chian Tube When this tube gets inÂ¬ the same as required by law and the rk s flamed you have a rumbling sound or evening officers of the election appointed by the i entire- Â¬ Marion Baker who has been visiting election commissioners of Breckenridge imperfect nearmg and when it is ma M DirP t county to serve at the November elecly closed Deafness is the result and un here left Thursday 1Ti mjcL i i ww un- j smsjo sjirs7f rvuUJUazi -tion 1808 shall act as officers of said W teas the inflammation can bs taJren out fl Mr and Mrs R H Bennet of Louis- Â¬ iWii II hi election and the sheriff shall so notify and this tube restored to its normal con- ville are visiting here them and this cause is continued dition hearing will be destroyed forever A copy Attest Miss Blanche C Moseley was in FOwen Cunningham Clerk nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ Brandenburg lost week tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed Mrs Charlotte Hiner visited her eon 1 condition of the mucous surfaces 5 at Weldon last week We will give One Hundred Dolara for b GREAT MAIL ORDER HOUSE Floyd Miller of Henderson was in any case of Deafness caused by catarrh Shopping by mail in this store in as safe and satisfactory as if done in town Sunday to his father that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh peraou oeuu u trim uruor iruui una iiui ui pncea guuu uunug juuy uuiy 0 0 Lay left Saturday to visit his Cure Send for circulars free Address JJepi X F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 parents at Brownsville Ky Straw Hats wide or narrow brim for CO no Best Black Serge Separate Skirt S XOC lloysorGlrfs Have you bought your suit by Druggists 75c viJiJO 3 piece circular shape Miss Conn of Indiana ia visiting her Q Boys Percale Shirt Waist box pleat- - tfQ Q Q Tailor Suit tight fitting or box of summer clothes yet Well Halls Family Pills are the best Tc v w ed front and back Best grade father Mr Robert Conn coat style mack lan castor Illue etc Hoys best Galatea Separate Pauts Ivo got a lino that is unsur-Â¬ Robert Hatcher of Irvington visited Ov Sites 3 to 14 years finished muslin QQf Solt or lace trimmed Gown embrold GUSTON passed Tho goods aro stylish three diflerent Womens Shirt Waist finest Percale try hs cousin 0 0 Lewis last week shapes newest shapes all colois perfect fitting and tho priceB Muslin Underskirt umbrella shape QDr Abb Moorman and daughter Mias trimmed White C1 OK lace or embroidery flounce with tucks or insertion ipXi0 Womens Umbrella Wain rod Big Dr Baxter and family visited their old Mabel of Yelvlngton spent a day here are very low licit sleet Silk 49c lace orMuslin Drawers umbrella shape QO Corola pretty home last week at Valley City Ind embroidery flounce last week variety of hanaics Silk Parasols all the new Spring OQr Low Necked Cambric Corset Cover cm- and Mrs Dinsmore of Louisville Mr DC Rev J B Galloway and family have broidery trimmed JpZVO shades and solid Black or White visited Mrs Lucinda Stith last Sunday returned from a visit to relatives near Best India 17 Good Muslir Drawers deep hem nd While Dresing Sacque tucks Linen ribbon and embroidery trim Gen A J Gross of Holt was in our MoDaniels med A- Infants Slip good cambrjc embroidery Best India trimmed mer- Â¬ Large or small Apron town last week in the interest pf his of Rome MIbs Fanny McKaughn AUW Linen white only Oft Black or nine Serge Mackintosn lor business cantile spent several days last week with Miss Women Military Car Best Percale House Wrapper Muffle All colors and braid trimmed CIA nQ Our Sinner Machine oak finished all We haye three dry gqoda stores in our Belle McCanns attachments Warranted lor five C IQ Taffetta Silk Petticoat Corded flJyij years town and if indications couDt or any Â¬ 0 4f O O umbrella mine black and all colors MisaeaKata and Mary Allen and Will thing they aro all prospering Frymire of Qnenault attended the sup- Â¬ Hero This department has J T Cundiff shipped csr load ot per FHday evening wheat from this place last weelf It net just been replenished with hats Prof Mark L Kilbourne of Chicago Notice ted him about COJc in Xpuisyille The who has been here for several weeks re and bonnets of the latest style To the legal voters of Custer voting precinct ot farmers are not offering very fast at th a turned home last week the Fifth Magisterial District of Ureckenridge and fashion County Kentucky figure as they expect it to advanee Thqio will be a poll opened at Custer tho rtg- Mrs Roland Wadltngton and little That Harry ularvpting place on some between now and threshing time looks so de- Â¬ daughter left Saturday for Irvington and MONDAY MAY soth iSjo and is Tie Rev Plemmons of North Caro Â¬ Loulaville to visit relatives f jected sorts at which time and place the sense of the voter will fJrJ out of be taken whether or not spirituous vinrus or majt Munfprd family He lina is visiting the with himself Grover Olevelarid Jarrett Ja now heard liquors shall be cold bartered contracted or delivered a sercnon at the Jreebyteriafl whistling the familiar air of Me and my loaned in said voting precinct or not and whether or and every Â¬ not the provisions of this law and rohlbttlqq shall body else to day church here last Sunday night Pis Baby Done Had a Fallln Out apply tq druggiits in said precinct During the past aw Vfi BURTON Sn C text was And I it I be lifted up from few hours he his A strawberry and ice cream supper critically inspected Will bo found just as stylish the earth will draw all man untp me his attire at least will be given for the benefit of the NOTICE IN BANKQUPTCY whilo tho variety and com If yon have any replant apple trees in Masonic lodge Saturday evening May a dozen times and each time a look In the District Court of thk Unitid States yonr orchard dont let them sit tbero 27 in the City Hall pleteness of tho stock makes it of disgust has roR tik District ok Kentucky in BANKavritcY and die for the want of proper cultiva one to cater to your every spread over his In the matter of Mr Clifford Moorman who was one of countenance In Bankruptcy tion but cultivate each replant tree every SrCVKbSKLS want Baptist Cona Bankrupt Why is tl Thats easilyIt ex year until it gets five or six years old the Texas delgatea to tho On thli 7th day of April A D 1890 on consid- Â¬ last week ering the petition of the aloresald bankrupt for just the same as you did your orchard vention spent several days plained by those who noted his Jealous ad discharge filed on the th day of Annl A D here with relatives and frionds miration of Franks new when you first planted it and it will only 1890 It Is ordered by the court that a nesrlng be suit during his dance with Fannie at last Arthur and Charlie Hanks Lafe Hall had upon the same on the jth day of June you will be tho be a short tvbile until evenings reception One could tell at a iSoq before satd court at Owensboro Kentucky 14 Albert Hanks Jnne Bricky and Jim and owner of a nice unfqrm orchard glance that the suit had been made by the said district at 10 oclock In the fortqoopor a n ar tucrslo as practicable and that notice there Lum McCoy our soldier boys of Worlds leading tailors Hon Gus-- W Richardson arrived Jim and of be publiihed one time in The Urcckenrldga The 1 11 News n newspaper printed In taU district and the Third Kentucky arriyed home home laatflaturday evening from a trip The that all known creditors and other persons n inter 1b Thursday est mavaoDeir at said time and nlace and show LuSqutborn Kentucky His canvass cause if any they have why tho prayer of saM Captain and Mr R T Williams pf Tailoring Company certajnly egreolng vfUhMnvfQrhe tD0 petitioner should not be granted Witness tho Honorable Waller Kvans Judge pf Eyansyille who have been visiting here very picture of health and says that he said court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Chicago Kentucky in sam uismct on inc 7m tur wvipni Glasawaro and a big stock of felt better in his life Mr Rich- and n Indiana returned home Monday never A D 199 ardson has certainly been lucky In poll accompanied by their daughter Mrs TIIOSSIEKD hardware and that claBB of and It Is now a settled fact that Harry H Deputy Clerk DUDLhY LIN county Charles Wadllngton and hor eon Master of the boys will have well as all the rest tins he haying represented this kopt on hand gooda aro always their clothes made by the sam firm jn in the Legislature for three consecutive Edgar Lee future as they ore undoubtedly leaders in NOTICE H BANKRUPT termstfjbesldes having held Other impor Mrs R A Smith relates quite a re fit finish and fabric and prices are very n th Pistcx Court or tmkUnitkp Statjes reasonable top tant offices Gus la a hustlon markable circumstanco of a setting hen rOR TUB DnrTWCT Or KBTUCKrW DANKRUrrcv Inspect the new line with Six years ago Allen English an intelli Â¬ which died on thejneati foiir 4aja before ii ii ii i la the mttuinf 1 I In Bankruptcy ItpnEIlT n IEUCK gent nnd good ntuied hut- wholly on the time for hatching bad expired Mrs uankrupt took the eggs and hang them in a educated colorodmn with his wife andi Smith Oa this jUtillaT of April A D 1800 on coot Id etlnglhf petition of the aforesaid bankrupt fordls ajtL We havq juat pyt in a large several children left thla place for Obi basket behind the cooking stove Out ot charx tied on tho 13th day of April A D 1890 e cpurt tM cago whera they aye lived evar jrinoe the setting twelve eggs were batched itia ordercAby fifnJVfilfX lino of coiflns and caskets of upontba santaoo thai jth day oftpaut A rjLV899 tbeyleA They have lived wel adacj and the has the chicks to show for It every variety and size which district at 10 oclock In the ioranoon or at near w urn1 ted the chjldrn4n ftowayand 14 Sir- - kt thereto as practicable and that police thereof be will bo prepared to suit any Friday Allen stopped of tfe train M It rut with yea wksttsr yoo eon tin puoilifieu one tun in uw urecaennug news a QLENDEANE KY l newspaper printed In sajd ldlftrtcto4ktaat taste PriceB aro vory reaaqn BrvTkUllnif kbueii this place or thapurnoso of boyina falm irsmovM la dsain hbl Mf TNH koown creditors apolhef rritn lnloicts iqT W tobabc rvoas auirtw sipn moo- said tlma and mci nd sjiawcaase if pal bs appearai eelf a farm able BUY ALL KIHBS PflQUM U has hfien cflrrenpn4ln sssie pvruisa turn bio a wm u si bk i jsr anythey haVewlythe frajsr of Isld petioner iv U m aooul4 not be gtaMcd wfth seyera of qur dfjztfp wdatiye 9 esorsf km nAU0wJtf1 sh WliaesstheillqnqrablB Walter KvagJadBavQ his business flessvs be bqw bfstwelv YlHKH DqE3VOHRmf laldtQonrtaDd tk seal tharaaJvM OwtnaboraJJ Kentudar In said district onlhe 17th day of April or fifteen hundred dollars to hloreclHJn UB ft kmtLJXk3tSSi lift A DutSco SdRIPTIONTOTHENEWS Uhfcago bank to py op farm Allen s4am7Lw sm SLarfg Bsf1 tHOS BRKPj ark a mK DUDLKY L1NDSEY Deputy CUtk glenwbane kv U pa howat frugal drkef sM there SkiiSHMps swanal mm Vssa MlfaMttoHai 1 Po-ru-Po-ru-- w For Summer Shoes - In Fact Go To Pc-ru-- Po-ru-- SULZERS During Hot Weather Â¬ For Everything Needed Pc-ru-- Prices Are All Right Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Vr i5 Tke Over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JP WILL COMPANY Â¬ FOR PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etc Â¬ AlrWWVS na Sy 1 I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i tiHfOKo V V lWI n fcxw T- rrjHfflWlfa- jbL i VJ t aAYj i i NEIGHBOR THE lSold iep 99c vwj - GET iiv lr 1 175 YOUR Q- MILLINERY i Â¬ iWSfsr4 99c lf0 L Z Tslr AND DRY GOODS Â¬ STOVES AND Â¬ made-to-ord- er jD International TINWARE NOTICE THIS Â¬ -- V - f Fashion Plates and Samples ii A1 iT--T-i- g WCMwrmaS T lt vVvH ffSr HlJV9sRc4sffLVilV3 IH DEWEESE expire Jut i 4 VciTfcuiiiiiimiiiw i i TinTI tmQibmmwwmmum iii Miinwnm i iiiin Si WiSi3 V v rn UnlfiUMiiTi in in i rttaRKBSaaE miissnsaj i mmm Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 34 1899 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Saturday ansa OHa Alexander of Buras Miss Esslo Bohler la poaaoosor of a now wheel W A Jolly of McQuady was In town went to Louisville Tuesday W M Uenslej of Hardinaburg wont to Urandenburg Tneoday Mies Alice Mattlngly is the possessor of a bandsomo new wheel Miss Jadlth Miller spent Sunday at Bampln tho guest of her brother Miss Jeannetto Warfield who has been visiting at Louisville has returned Los Damt a Piano Schubert Op 43 Misses May Violin Fond Hearts Must Part Mins Salllo Gregory Voice selected Mcsdames Reld and Roland Messrs Simmons and Moorman The program is in charge of Misa Jes bIo Shull and under so talented a dlrec trees it cannot help but be a succoss Ico cream sherbert and cako wilt bo served Admission for adults 25 cents For children 10 cents De Soville BRANDENBURG home B W Fuqua business manager of the Owensboro Messenger was in the city Tuesday Mrs John Mattlngly of Towers is tho guest of Mrs Patrick Dillon at Har Â¬ dinaburg Brandenburg Normal will hold Its commencement June 15 Mr Nnyllts sale was largely attended and effects sold reasonably Next Sunday will be Childrens Day at the M K church All cordially in- Â¬ vited Orla Woolfolk has returned from Lex Â¬ ington whero she has been attending school Mrs Geo Relman entertained last In Constipation HERBINE affords Ja Fri day night for her sister Misa Georgie natural healthful remedy acting promp llolmstutter ly A few small doses will usually be We are all sorry to hear that Stuart found to bo regulate the excretory funct- Â¬ Peckenpaugh is quite sick again at his ion that they are able to operato with- Â¬ parents homo out any aid whatever Prico 60 cents Little Lucille Cunningham gavo a A R Fisher reading last Saturday night and was hartlly called back Mr and Mrs Jesse Malln of Vine Grove spent Sunday with he family of Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Mr Al Bishop with some friends from Louisville spent Sunday with bis par About the Methods of Doing the ents at their pretty suburban home of a man who was no busy looking at the stars that as he Is a story There into a well Thats the story of a typi cal man too busy waiKeu ne utmibieu froL S- ItiOI lliir1 i WORKERS WILL TALK Â¬ Best Work Mr and Mrs Janes Harris Hardins burg were the guest of Mrs Ulrich Far In the Drcckcnrldgo County Sunday ber Sunday Schools A nice selection of trimmings have been added to Miss Judith Millers mil- Â¬ program of Uardinsburg District Sun Â¬ linery stock day School Association to be held at Mr and Mrs Jesse Graham of Hen- Â¬ West View Ky Saturday May 27 18 derson are visiting his mother Mrs W POHENOON P Graham this city 930 Opening Song Mrs Julian Brown of Glendeane is Prayer visiting her parents Mr and Mrs nek 1000 Interests That Call for Associa- Â¬ Mattiniy of this city tions Rev F Roberts Mr and Mrs Itaesel Hawkins and Song little boy visited their parents Mr and 1030 Topics of Conversation Before Mrs Ulrich Farbor this week and After Lesson Clifton Payne The fair sex will bo charmed with the General Discussion now veilings and trimmings at Miss Song 11 00 ReportB from Schools Judith Millers millinery parlors Collection Pledges The Ancient Order of United Work Â¬ men will entertain members and friends Dinner at a banquet tomorrow evening I Talk about artistic productions You AFTKBNOOH should see those handsome hew hata at 100 Song Miss Judith Millers milljnery parlors Prayer Mrs Charles May who has been the Individual Benefits from the Sunday cuest of her son Walter ana Mrs School G W Beard Charles Mook at Louisville has return- Â¬ 130 Plans to Quicken the Interest in ed home the Sunday School Miss Cora Mat- Â¬ Chas Elder sold four hogsheads of but thews ley tobacco in Louisville last week He Song received SC30 for lugs 430 lor trash 145 Responsibility of Superintend Â¬ and 780 for two hogsheads of leaf ent and Teachers Rev A II Davie 215 Relation of Sunday Schools to The Misses Seifert of Eyansville Ind Sabbath Observance Henry Har and Messrs J W Payton E H Anned drews of Nashville Tenn and McFar Song land Payne of Owensboro were the 230 District Work and Complete Or- Â¬ guests of the Misses Eva and Eliza May ganization L Mc Outlined R Sunday Â¬ Nille Cunninghams little sister OConnor visited her last week at Mrs Fon Rhodes She is a bright sweet lit tle thing Dr D O Pusey attended the State Medical Society at Louisville last week Wo have had the convention city of the Â¬ South for 09 Misses Maydeo PuBy Ilia May Rich Â¬ ardson Lulu Mary Bess and Will Ash craft and Mrs Lewis are visiting Jesse looking at things away off to notice more important things near by One sixth of all deaths are from con Â¬ sumption But the man goes along with his eyes bulging to watch cholera and yellow fever He disdains to cure the cold or check the little cough and con- Â¬ sumption trips him Up Keep Dont neglect little ailments the system up to the point of effectual is best resistance against disease This done by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It strengthens the stomach increases the action of the blood making glands cures all disorders of the organs of digestion and nutrition except cancer of the stomach purifies the blood increases the vital energy and so enables the body to resist and throw off disease Even when there is emaciation weakness hectic cough bleeding at the lungs and other alarming symptoms Golden Medical Discovery can be counted on to help every time and to heal o times out of every hundred Sick people can consult Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y by letter without fee or charge Every letter is read in private and treated as a sacred confidence All replies are sent in plain envelopes Last spring I was taken with severe pains In my chest and was so weak I could hardly walk about the house says Mrs O B Kerr of Fort 1 tried several Dodge Webster Co Iowa physicians and they told me I had consumption I heard of Dt Pierces Golden Medical Discov Â¬ ery and I thought I would try some of It Before I had taken the first bottle I was very much bet Â¬ ter I took Dve bottles of It and have not yet had any return of the trouble Headache ia cured by pany D 3rd Koutuoky at Hartford Fri- Â¬ day night Mfas Jorato Smith Hartford is tho guest of relatives this week Mr Cooper lost a fine milch cow last week supposed to have hydrophobia Bro Melcalf of Illinois hold services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night Roy r J RatcllfJ Messrs Matlx and Koown attended tho Baptist Convention at Louisville last week John Miller and Wick Dellaven wore conductor and engineer on passengir train two days last woek Mrs Ruttle Hlnes and children re turned from Princeton Ky where she has been visiting her parents Some of the Boldior boys Mr Roberts Lincoln Smith Clay Brown returned homo last week via Louisville Jerry Gannane returned from Kalama Â¬ zoo Mich last week where he wont to attend the funeral of his mother J J Tilford Lee Montgomery James Buckby were witnesses in the Chandler damage suit at Hardinaburg last week Our school closed Friday at noon Tho following night the pupils from Prof Groves Misses Vanette Barrett and Far uie Groves rooms gave an entertainment consisting of singing recitation and di Â¬ alogues and drills The teachers deserve a great deal of praise for their training of the children They did well for only two weeks practice All present got the worth ol their money Proceeds went to pay janitor Whooping Cough NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED S S S Is a Great Blessing to It Gives Them Bid People Ing their blood puro tho can fortify themselves New Blood and Life so aa to eeoapo throo fourths of the ailments S 8 S is from which thov suffer so generally tho remody which will keep their systoms young by purifying tho bloodinorougUiy removing Ull wubuj aouuuiuntuuuo auu ing now strongth and life to the wholo body It increases the appetite builds up tho energies and sends new life giving blood throughout tho on tiro system Mrs Sarah Pike 477 Bradway South Boston writes I am seventy years old and had not enjoyed good health I was Biok in different ways and In for twenty years The addition hod Eczema terribly on ono of my legs doctor said thnt on account of my age I would never bo well again I took a dozen bottlo of S S S and it ourcd ma completely ana i am nappy wj say mat T fftl as well ns I over did in my life For eight Â¬ Mr JW Loving of Colquitt Ga Bays een years I Buffered tortures from a flory eruption on my skin I tried almost every known remedy but thev failed ono by ono and I was told that my ago which Is sixty six was against me and that 1 could never hopo to bo well again I finally took 8 S S and It cleansed my blood thoroughly and now I am In perfect health te0r Ago does not necessarily moan feebleness and ill health and nearly all of tho sickness among iiu- Uerndonof near Irvington Miss Annio Beard and Mr Claud Mercer of Uardinsburg came up to Miss Hicks entertainment Misa Annie rendered very sweetly a piano solo W II Go ugh is having a two story brick building put up on Main street next to J D Richardsons It adds much to the appearance of the business part of town We will continue this week to enter- Â¬ tain the public Thursday will be the Sunday school convention A strawber Â¬ ry and ice cream supper and a dance are in contemplation A large party went up last Sunday to seo the 11 rat Sunday base hall game of the season Asan extra feature a double header was scheduled between the Clevelands and Colonels Old Breckenridge county is determin- Â¬ ed to be heaid when she goes to Louis- Â¬ ville for the Commercial Convention of Kentucky She will he backed by some of the citys most influential citizens using Pierces Pleasant Pellets Dr I had a little boy who was nearly dead from an attact of whooping cough My neighbors recommended Chamber- Â¬ 1 did not think lains Cough Remody that any medicine would help him but after giving him a few doses of that rem- Â¬ edy I noticed an improvement and one bottle cured him entirely It is the best cough medicine I ever hadin the house J I Moork South Burgettstown Pa For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Stephenaport is tho only remedy which can old people because It Is the only ono which is guaranteed ireo irom poiasn mercury uroeuiu uu minerals It Is made from roots and herbs and has no chemicals whatever in It S S S cures the worst casoa of Scrofula Canoor Eczema Rheumatism Tetter Opon Soros Chronlo Ulcers Boils or any other disease of tho blood Books on thoeo diseases will bo sent free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga S S S FOR THE upBLOOD build and strengthen u6 Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength liatlessnesa into energy brain fag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box nes Sold by Short Hay WILL ENTERTAIN Mrs Picrcca Home to Be a Scene of Pleasure There were seventeen pupils from Brandenburg Normal that stood the teachers examination last week Mr Guffin Burton will present medal to the one for who makes the highest average I hope 300 Secretarys Responsibility Public Reputation of his School in they will all get certificates if ever Woman Suffrage becomes univer- Â¬ the Matter of Statistics John P Miss Eugenia Webb appeared at tho sal in this old Republic whisky will go Haawell Jr Masonic Temple Theater last Friday glimmering Song night as Myrine Miss Webb has vis- Â¬ 315 Moral Development How Best ited hero as a guest of Miss Agnes Malin Beauty la lllooit Seen Secured V B Burton Clean blood means a clean skin No and her friends are glad to know ehe beauty without it CascaretB Candy Cathar Election of Officers made a pleasing impression tic clean your blood and keep it clean by Song lazy liver all Brother Litchfield heard Sam Jones in stirring up thethe body and drivingday im Adjournment Begin to purities from to Louisville and Bays the great evangelist banish pimples bdils blotches blackheads R L McGufmn and that sickly bilious complexion by taking will cause quite a revolution in tho city Cascarets beauty District President for ten cents All drug along some lines If Sam P Jones fails gisU iatistaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c To Curo Constipation Forever to make a mortal realize his shortcom- Â¬ TaUo CaBcarots Candv Cathartic IOo or 23a If C C C fall to cure druggists refund money ings hes past redemption I think DUKES i our best correspondents urges her sex to duty for the destruction of the legalized saloon An effort is on foot in many places to put down an institution that injures society The saloon fairly blisters society in every part We cannot stand for anything that injures the world the family and even the church The mammon god that controls the civic conscience of the Christian and the in telligent part of the American people will not allow his ally the Bsloon to bo disturbed A new society a new organization only will destroy the whisky question Local option prohibition in certain localities may avail to some extent but I heard my cousin Dr Gait Booth Big Bend say last week that both were total failures Dr Booth has voted the Prohibition ticket for years and is radical uncompromising on the liquor issue but he speaks from experience and declares there is only one way to fight the ques- Â¬ tion and that is to make it a national one Some people will tell us that when that comes to pass the sun will cease to shine and the grass refuse to grow But Â¬ Â¬ if A SIMPLE REMINDER -- Â¬ tv I Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Plenty of rain Of the fact that we have a full line of summer goods SILK GOODS SUMMER DRESS GOODS For Shirt Waista Nobby Patterns WOOLEN GOODS BRUSH BRAID Very Stylish Velvet and Corduroy Skirt lining M -- Farmers not yet done planting corn Miss Stella Paul has returned home Dr Arthur Walker spent last Wed- Â¬ nesday the guest of his parents W J Piegott and son Hurbert were in Louisville a few days last week Dr and Mrs P W Foote spent Sun Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Herbert Cain Mr and Mrs Z T Stith have return- Â¬ ed from a several days visit to Branden Â¬ Umbrellas Ladies and Mens Shoes Scotch Lawn Dress Linen India Linens Viola Cords Colored and White Scrim New Shade of Blue in Per- Â¬ cales Red Organdies Rod Lawns New silk far Dress Linings Percalino Dress Linings doubled faced for sum Â¬ mer dreBses in Black and Blue Mareseilles GoodB a beautiful line Outing Cloth Pique Batiste Cloth ii si 4 burg Thos Cain and Nannie Lee Jolly of Irvington were at Hardinaburg Satur Â¬ ORGANDES prettiest lino you ever saw Â¬ Â¬ Death of Thos Roberts The death of Mr Thomas Roberts The hospitable home of Mrs Robert which occurred so suddenly in our midst Pierce will be thrown open next Tues Â¬ a low weeks ago has cast a gloom over day evening at 8 oclock to the public this entire neighborhood He had lived The occasion will be a grand enter- Â¬ here from boyhood until he reached the tainment for the benefit of tho Metuod age of fifty five It can truly and hon- Â¬ The following program will estly be said of him he had no enem- Â¬ ist church be rendered ies His disposition was so cheerful that Japenese Fantastics By eight girls his presence was at all times and all Moor Â¬ places agreeable And though the sum- Â¬ Mr Chas Voice selected man mons came unexpectedly it found him Behr Postilion DAmour Piano ready with his lamp trimmed and burn Misses Gregory and Ferry in The writer of this has often heard Whitter Kecital Rivermouth him say Why bless God I am ready Miss Alexander Recks to go any minute I knew my robes Club singing By five girls have been washed and male white in Reading selected Miss Tompkins the blood of the Lamb and I have a religion that keeps me every day He left a wife and two sons a sister and two brothers who mourn for him but knowing him as they did they only Our mourn the separation for they know be is not dead but only sleepeth The remains were interred in the Union Star cemetery and the funeral services were conducted by Rev Galloway pastor of the church of which he was a member A largo concourse of friends followed his Distinct- Â¬ remains to their last resting place Be sure and come Thursday to the Sunday School convention Dinner on the grounds and plenty of it Branden Â¬ burg never does anything by halvea Come up Messrs Editors all of you and test our hospitality Little Lucile Cunningham of Hardina- Â¬ burg spent last week with Mr Fon Rhodes Lucile is only ton but she plays sings and recites with the ease and expression of one twice her years But better than all she shows beautiful home training Clothing is ri 1 ively Original This state ment means to Ain 1 Â¬ HI GMT 1 you that our Clothing 1b en- Â¬ COPT tirely dlflerent Id to the ordinaryorN nclsom a MiLts kind It is more reliable is bet- ter tailored fabrics exclusive thereby avoiding commonplace- nesa Youd be surprised to see how much care and thought we exer- else in having our garments fit we tmnic to nave our perfectly Clothing fit perfectlv Is the best advertising we do We know from experience that it is productive of the best results No we do not charge extra for these advantages In fact our prices are much lower than else Â¬ where For instance Absolutely All Woo Suit 11 Wall Street Drinkers Do Wall street men drink is a question frequentlyasked and the answer is Yes from the biggest man in the street to the smallest speculator Many of the more noted bakers and brokers never touch a drop until alter business hours but there are men of great consequence in the whirl Â¬ J X X J X j 750 pool of speculation who cannot decide which way the cat la going to jump un- Â¬ less they have gazed into the bottom of Boveral glasses that have been filled with a little ol the same And there are many who have not the courage to invest unless jagged There are numerous Instances here where men have won for tuns by taking a drink and on the other hand that same driuk has cost not only fortunes but reputations A handsome majority of Wall street men drink Few drink to excess Those who never touch a drop are the conservatives The bold fearless operators aro half drunk all the time Cor Pittsburg Dispatch 850 1000 200 ii i Not how cheap Lut bow good THE FAIR m niflvirurft flu miinnii Prln Uauti vi 0 dry goods clothing jewelry etc aro sold to have exposed for sale any meats fish butler cheese lard vegetables or others provisions is null and void The court pro fesoed Itself unable to seo any reasons why the public Health morals or safety or the welfare of the people demanded such an ordinance In Favor of Department Stores In the case of Chicago vs Netcher de cided by Judge Chellain of the Criminal Court of Cook County 111 the depart Â¬ ment stores gain a point Judge Chetlain holds that a city ordinance forbldlngany persons doing business in Chicago where Â¬ Miss Blanche Mosely of Stepbensport was here last week in the interest of her song The Newsboys Prayer She is a very pretty lady like young girl who deserves a great deal ol praise for her efforts She sold a good many copies I am glad to say Mrs Robert Smith who has been with her daughter Mrs Jim Smith of Den Â¬ ver Colorado has returned and ia with her daughter Mrs R II Nevitt Every body always gives dear good Mrs 8mith a cordial greeting She is one of tho pure in heart The gold standard seems to have nip Mr A O Burton in the play last Sat- Â¬ ped the matrimonial bud bo close that it urday night proved himself as much of may never again unfold its leaves to a hero in his role as Richard Mansfield drink from the fountain of double bless in Cyrano Didnt he stand and edness heroically the bomb shells of a small Rev H O Hook has so arranged his regiment of female devotees Didnt he appointments that he will be hero the come off ronqueror too second Saturday night and Sunday in Miss Bess Virginia Hicks play by her Juno also during the year Several to elocution class was quite entertaining be immersed dn that day Each pupil did well the stage was Sunday school has been changed from roomy the tableaux beautiful the music evening to 0 oclock a m let everybody pleasing the court house comfortably como and bring some one with them ful Miss Hicks with her sweet well While we are having a good school lets modulated voice her fine carriage and try to increase the interest and changing expressions gave two read Â¬ Remember next Sanday Rev W B ings which were well received Snead will preach at the school house It I never saw Cave Hill Cemetery more being Lis regular appointment He will beautiful than now Many very many be prepared to Immerse all of the candi- Â¬ magnificent monuments have arisen dates of his church M E that wish to since last I saw that sacred spot The be baptized on that day Elks division especially attracted our atentlon and the Flnzer monument is BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT cures most unique and original in design To Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache sick Bee that peaceful resting placo makes us Headache Sore Throat Outa Sprainr forget all foars sorrows pains and troub Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain les and robs cruel death of its sting and inflammation The most penetratr I am sorry that pne of the most pleas ing liniment in the world Price 26 els aut features of my little trip was omitted and 60 els A It Fisher last week My stay with my old friend Mr John Radloy nee Mary Fairlelgh FORD8VILLE of this place of Jeuersonvllle Mr Rauley has a position at tho government Plenty of rain in our community headquarters They havo a pretty home Wi 8 Galnea went to Hartford on busi Â¬ and aro nicely situated Mary is as jolly wholesoul and young as twenty years ness last week Mr arid Mrs Polk Gilmoro went to ago Mr rtatlley is a fluent conversa Â¬ tionist and thoroughly posted on all pop- Â¬ Whltesvllle Sunday ular topics W J Jones has started a new resi Â¬ Stepbensport has done a good work dence on Walnut St Oloverport has already scored a vicloiy Miss Fannie Groves went to Owens ia closipg tbo saloons on the Sabbath boro last week shopping Tho good women of both towns have Lon Johnson Fred Bright and Arthur been at the helm Golden Rod one of Smith attended the reception of Com- - Some tobacco has been Bet Farmers are about done planting corn Oats are looking fine and wheat has come out wonderfully and bids fair for a moderate yield Gardens are looking well and it wont be long nntil southern vegetables will have lost their taste Dukes bids fair to be the center of a great metropolis When Hawesyllle and Cloverport meet us half way on either side The army worm has made its appear anco and what it and the erosahonner dont get perhaps the farmer and other insects will We had a nico rain Wednesday night and those that had plants and ground ready were glad to pass away the dav Thursday setting tobacco The farmer is so far behind and over- Â¬ worked that the great blessing sleep hardly gives relief to his tired and over- Â¬ worked body these short nights day and Sunday We agree with tho man who said that every man in Breckenridge county ought to be a friend to the News Sunday services here were Sunday School in the morning and Epworth League in the afternoon Mr and Mrs Piggott and Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury attended church at Irvington Sunday Bro Litchfield G W Beard and Dr Parks made good talks at the Webster Convention so says our delegation The Ladies of the B V R O will spend Tuesday May 24th with the scribe and have a lesson in the after- Â¬ noon When you contemplate a course that keeps you from puting your name to a temperance paper what do you do with your conscience Lieut Frank Hardaway writes a letter to his parents from Manila haying ar Â¬ rived there on the 16th day of April He says he is well and happy Dr Henry Druiy who has been living here since his fathers death last fall left Friday for Texas We all wish him mnch success in his new home Good sisters I beard to day that the latobt fad for us was was to work in the garden about half ol each day Well this is a little tough but doubtless it would improve the appearance of tho garden and make ua rest well at night Thoe J Jolly Wm Cain and Misses Blanch Jolly and Lena Drury were the only ones of our vicinity who were for-Â¬ tunate enough to get to attend the Con- Â¬ vention at Webster They report a good time over there notwithstanding the rainy day Many thanks to you our good corres pondentent at Stephensport for your nice kindly words I take them with all sincerity and give you a like opinion of your column We live near Gueton and you are cordially invited to pay ns a visit I like yon like to read all the correspondents and feel an acquantance with them though I have seen very few of them face to face Goldin Ron Have You Kidney Trouble 10 to 20c per Yard Imperial Dotted Swiss MuIIe deliciously cool and dainty l c 2Per STaard- - 1 1 STRAW HATS PARASOLS FANS LINEN HATS35c A SPECIAL BARGAIN Brown Linen for mens and boys outing trousers HeriiT Linen Panta 85c Boys Linen Pants 75c Watches guaranteed for twelve months We want you to under stand that wo carry a more complete and up to date stock of dress and summer goods than any country store in the county The bargains we offer are the results of a cash business Wo exchange goods for wool -- a 4 W E BROWNS Irvington Kentucky Notice Harlng- sold out our business at Kirk I want to close up all outstanding notes and accounts All persons indebted tons will please come lorward and settle at once as the business must be closed up I can be found at Sherrans store All the ac- Â¬ counts of Mattlngly Mil Jarboe and Mattlngly er ate In my hands M E MATT1NCLY WANTBU T1B AMD 8TAVB MAKEB3 World mm Prices We are not afraid of competition We know these prices cant be beat Bead tnem PANY Cloverport ITrANTKD Tie and stave makers Address VY nnEC KKNIllDGECANNKLCOALCOM Ky trial bottle of Foloys Kidney Curo will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardinaburg A 50c McQUADY We are still having plenty of rain Miss Annie Coomes of Kirk is visit ing her cousins Misses Clara and Nellie Crews this week Misses June McQuady and Mlnne Bowman were the guests of Mrs J YY Pato last Saturday Mrs Morris Wilson of Louisville was the guest of her son Claud Wilson last Saturday and Sunday Misa Mattie Miller was the guest of Mrs Nelson Jolly last week Claud Wilson was Miss Mattioa daily visitor while ehe romained In town A number of the charming young ladies and gentlemen of this town were entertained at the home of Misses Clara and Nellie Crowes in honor of their cousin Ma Annie Coomes last week A crowd from thbi place og0 t The ladiea were Misaea Fearl Ball MenaSocks 05c Docia Sates Virgie Falls The gentle Â¬ Ladies HoeB 100 men were John Mingus Gabe and 20 lbs Sugar Calico per yard k 03 Henry Wright Mens Shirts 20o Â¬ Misses Sallie and Lucy Brown enter Bleach Cotton offo tained a number of their friends 1ist Hooeiery Sheeting per yard 03 Sunday They wero as follows Misses CLOTHING Suits from 2 up to 10 Annie Ooomes Nellie Crewe Eva and Ladies Slippers 25c up to 2 00 Georgie Potts Messrs KurU Simmons Glassware at your own price and Harry Potts 3 cans Tomatoes 25o I have been a sufferer from chronic Candyper lb o5o diarrhoea over since the war and have Ladies Handkerchlofs 060 used all kinds of medicines for it At Oil Chth psr yard ij last I found one remedy tbat had been Suspenders 5c to 25c Hr a success aa a cure and that is Chamber Â¬ Towel Crash pur yard T 03 Jn lains Oolic Cholera and Diarrhoea Item Shirting Cloth 60 to 07c edy P E Grlsham Gaara Mills Lb ElgbtDjy Clocks 200 For sale by A It Fisher C loverport It All other io6ls in our storo are mark- Â¬ A Shellman Stepbensport ed just as low Gome and investigate We will save you big money Afraid of Hawks church at Glover Greek last Sunday 2 lbs Soda Rice 3 packages Arbuckles Coffee 3 cakes Soap Ill lib 050 70 26c rj50 The Sunday school eons I want to be an Angel has no attractions for little Joe the son of Marshal Graham The other day some ladies were talk Â¬ ing about Heaven and the Angela in Joea presence After they had got through Joe said with decision I dont wont to be an angel Why hot Joe asked one of the ladies Because Id have wings an when I was flying through tbe air a hawk might catch me answered Jou Mitch Meyer fSKRON KY PRE1EH tr 1 I Little Men and Women and Babyland Uaratinea have been combined into a ja pare v Joka nNRl8J Dead attad Jom Maiming one of tho oldest and most respected citizens of tbq Mooley vllle neighborhood died Iaet Sunday pf uremic potsionlug He was about 70 years of age at the time of his demise UTTLB lOQ TQ 80 CKKTp A yUAH It Is a splendid msgaslne for children from two to ten year 01 ace V want the names and addresses o7 motbersof FIRTV luchnantes w vrjll send tho mig fne to ygu ONK YEAR PgKK X WOMEN Cfc MEN JW Y i I jAJM