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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zvfftw i MfllHlwwif ffrr-- rBi IL mu m 5 JL1CJ jl BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE MEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPORT si5rf27 RIOTOUS tSSSSSSSSSSSSSi f J V eaaTaJPSjBBaBaBaBanMnlaBBBiBBBM9ellb w Y ii NO 46 VOL XXIII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY noB Kill 31 199 J t bbbbbbL FOR THE CONVENTI wl V SENSATIONAL FIND HE WAS CAPTURED A GOOD an Jam Body of an Infant Found Under a Bccgum Stono a Band of Gypsies and Infant FRIEND A t m Fellvillo has a sensation For State about an investigation bv that may bring Broke Music Hal Sccur Jail at Leitchfield But Had the Hancock grand jury Some boys saw a beeguru In DcrflocraConvention Short Lived Liberty an unusual place on the Widow Corleys to Cdvcrj farm near that place They went to it Fund Have Been Secured and moved it and underneath found Prisoner Accused of Buncoing an Ex All Expenses what looked like a poet hole An ex Â¬ Represcntatlve amination confirmed tho idea and they John V Vreeland the member of the soon dug out the body of a baby An Democratic State Executlvo Commltteo J W Burnett the only prisoner fn inquest was hold and the officers are who was given full power recently at jail at Leitchfield escaped Wednesday looking into the cao Lexington to make all the arrangements night by cutting the staple of tho door for the Democratic Stato Convention to leading up to the loft of the jail and then Spit mill Smoko Your 11 Te Ataj DoutTolncrO to bo held in Louisville Juno 21 reports To quit tobacco cnslly and forever Iftrrair removing some bricks in the wall just notle rullof life norvo and vigor tako No To under the cornice and swinging to the that he has executed tho order that inahcs vtcalcmcn On account of its superior seating ca Â¬ Be the wonder vTorlter WM or 1 the ground Bqrnett is one of tho two string All druggists Cure guaran pacity Mr Vreeland tried to get the teed Booklet and sumfde free Address men who buncood ex Representative but Sterling Remedy Co Cblcaco or New York Ruben Morris out of 50 several months Auditorium for the convention found that it had already been ongaged ago and was indicted at the April term by tha Hummer Opera Company of tho Circuit court for grand larceny Tho place rented for thy occasion is He was captured near Bee Spring at 2 Music Hall which including the balcony oclock Thursday afternoon by Virgil W and stage will sat abont 2500 people MorrlB a son of tho man from whom One advantage in Music Hal is Its close Burnett took the money Mr Morris proximity to the hotels and depots The delivered him to Jailor Cooper who -badges and tick la havo been printed Men Charged With a Heinous paid him 20 reward Burnetts wife the music engaged and all other inci who lives in Louisville is supposed to Crime in Ohio County dental arrafgdinonts made which are have aided him to escape required by a largo political convention M Vreeland aloo reports that ho has Four Men to Stind Trial For Their SPLENDID SCHOOL Bestiality about secured the funds to cover all expenses Patrons Appreciate the Oood Work of In the Ohio county circuit court now Fooled the Surgeons He Teacher Laslle in session at Hartford the indictment All doctors told Kenlck Hamilton of against Joe Pierce Sam Bennett John West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 Campbell Will Kelly Will Engler District school No 74 in tho Hardin months from It ctal Fistula ho would Delmer Austin James Penman Tom neighborhood closed Friday after the dlo unless a costly operation was per Â¬ Watkins Jack Andrews John Shaver most successful term in its history The formed but he cured himself with fivo Wm Fisher Geo W Anderson and Eb school was taught by J R Laslle boxes Bucklena Arnica Salve the surest Andrews charging all of them with rape About fifty nine pupils were enrolled File cure on 13 irth and the best Salve in was referred back to the grand jury and there was an average attendance of Sold y The jury reinvestigated the case and re- Â¬ 30 Mr Leslie is the world 25 cents a box one of the most en- Â¬ flaynep Druggist Short turned an indictment for rape against thusiastic and energetic teachers in the John Shaver Wm Fisher Geo W county This is his second terra in that A Sad Affair Anderson and Eb Andrews and the district and all the patrons have express Â¬ Midisonvillo prosecution against the others was dis Â¬ ed themselves as being delighted with The following from the missed as the evidence before the grand his work and both parents and pupils Mail will interest Cloverpoit ppopl itb the young lady jury eowed that excepting the four in- Â¬ have urged him to take the school again who bympathie dicted the others were not participants next year Mr Laslie is a high toned mentioned The conscientious gentleman and possesses Mr Sam Haln a well known young in the crime but only spectators man of thiB city died Tuesday morning specific charges against the four indicted the qualities of an ideal teacher He of congestion of the brain agad 21 years Is that they committed an assault on the al is loved for his splendid attributes of The remains were intrr d at Grapevine wife of Wm Jones The couple were head and heart and tho community Cemetery and were followed to their last resting place by a number of sorrow- Â¬ married in Hartford and were enroute to which ia fortunate enough to acquire his ing friendu and relatives The death of McHenry when the crime was commit- Â¬ services is to bo warmly congratulated this young man is a peculiarly sad one ted the crime occurring on the day the as he was to have been married within woman became a bride Both Jones this month to MIbs Stella McOavock of Tha Kind You Hate Always Boujtt Gloverport The young lady came over and his wife are sirnple mindtd which to attend the funeral of her betrothed made the outrage the more heinous and Was almost heart broken by tha Neither Jones nor his wifo appear to s9d event realize the outrage perpetrated upon them by the brutes who outraged Mrs Whooping Cough 1 Tho semi ciyil z d younu men of Can nelton and Tell City Saturday night for the purposo of runnli g a band of gypsies out of the vicinity of the two towns They stoned the band and killed an In fant besides seriously injuring several of the gypsies It is said that the latter had held up and robbed people on the road between the two towns Kiling helpless infants by Btoniug them to dnath is evidently not as reprehensible in the eyes of people across the river as lynching negro brutes is on this sido Â¬ J Ross Stands for the eral Policy Lib- - ROVAL eflBSOIrVTEIYPlIRE xjYi tAniNOj Baking Powder VOUK Makes the food more delicious and wholesome sowote I CO Of Patronizing Home Industries First Last and All the Time NIW Have You Kidney Trouble A 50c trial bottle of Foleys Kidney Curo will prevent serious results from this usually fatal disease A It Fisher Chverport E A Witt Hanllnsburg RAVISHERS INDICTED ANOTHER QUARRY The Spottsville Iron Gravel Com pany Branches Out Gets a Big Contract for Henderson Improvements The Spottsville Iron Gravel Company is extending the field of its operations This week it lias taken steps to open up a stone quarry on tho Geohegan tract aoove tho city A side track is being built and all the appliance for quarrying and loading stone that are usually found about a first class quarry are being put in The company has secured contracts to supply the city of Henderson with about 100 cars of curbing aid crushed rock for Btreel improvement and other purposes This new quarry will give additional employment to Cloverports laboring forces and there will bo no reasonable excuse for any man to be without work who wants employment Aged Specimen of the Weed There is on exhibition at Shorl Haynes drug store what is undoubtedly the oldest leaf of tobacco in the United States if not in the world The tobacco in question is of tbeyellow pryorvanety and was grown in this section in 1848 making it 51 years of age The leaf is shriveled up so that it only occupies a moiety of apace It was placed in a bot- Â¬ tle that it might be preserved by Dr White about 21 years ago Headed Off The picture lure reproduced is that of A J Hose a leading merchant of Louisville He is President of the Board of Alder- Â¬ men and is one of tho men who has fought in s ason and out of seacon for Kentucky asphalt on Louisville streets The Weed Says a Half Crop will He is a man of fine integrity is incorbe Best ruptible and a splendid type of the ideal citizen He is now at the overwhelming solic- Â¬ The Journal Olves Some Oood Rea Â¬ sons Why itation of his frlendp making the race for re election to tho Board of Alder Â¬ men The Weed the tobacco journal pub lished at Louisville urges the farmer not to pitch too largo a crop this year The disposition to plant largely is general and tle Weed fears t hero will necessarily follow a largo overstocked market and prices will be very much lowered upon all gradee A half crop the Weed con- Â¬ tends will be far better for all concerned The tobacco well be much better in qual- Â¬ ity and the demand will have tho effect of running the price higher than at any time this year The Weed gives good raasons for the faith that is in it IraSSPBRai lWeBrVs Â¬ ADVICE TO DESTROYING CROPS PLANTERS Potato Bugs and Cutworms Causing the Farmer Lots of Worry Cutworms are playing havoc with the young corn in some sections of the county A number of fields of corn have been bad Â¬ ly injured by the pests Continued warm weather however would have the eflect of cutting short the destructive work of tills plague Potato bugs are also said to be present in greater numbers than has been known for several years and the potato crop is likely to be short on account of their ravages The farmers and gardeners are kept busy dosing tho planlB with Paris green and other poison but the bugs do not seem to diminish in numbers under the most heroic measures To Curo Constipation Forever Tako Cascarots Candy Cathartic 10c or It O C C all to cure druggists refund money PROFITABLE GROUND Â¬ Â¬ Strawberries Prove to be a Very Paying Crop One of Tobinsports leading strawberry growers is John D Cockrell Ho has acres planted in the lucious fruit and from this amount of ground he lias already sold 2000 gallons of berries Thev averaeed fifteen cents a gallon and the crop produced on the two acres is valued at 300 tlKaeTyaTeaaV aP afsTsTsTsTsTsaBkfeiu 1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought aj Koee CASTOR I A to OASORIA Mr Ross fine abilities and the stren ous efforts he is making to bring about Bmicable relations between Louisville and the State would make him a mag Â¬ nificent candidate for mayor He is a Meade county boy and was born at Brandenburg He owes his present position in life to his integrity liberality and line business qualitiep He has made himself Breckenridge county is deeply inter- Â¬ ested in his race as he has done much to forward its interests in Louisville Bears the Signature of UZc fiiitttliltiHiiHtilttHf S o CASH PRICES 1 I 3 AHE AWAY BELOW oa s UNCLE SAM -- I bad a little boy who was nearly1 Jones Discovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this HE WAS APPOINTS Graham Eskritlge Stenographer and Typewriter O jTm WJajyjJe nBf a ae7JWsVUy t f O m i country Disease fastened his clutches upon her and for seven years she with Â¬ stood its severest test but her vital or Â¬ gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed Incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ I Trunin u iuu tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ Rouben NlMitler of the city insbirg first magisterial district county ing first dose thatshe slept all night and with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ State of Kentucky of Breckenrjdge United States of America will have an ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Co of Ohio connty man as an opponent in his Thus writes W O Hamnick struggle for the Republican nomination Shelby N O Trial bottles free at Short Haynos Drug Store Regular size 50c for the office of State Attorney General Hon M L Heavrln of Hartford Ohio and 1 Every bottle guaranteed County has gone gunning for the nom- Â¬ OUT OF S1QI1T ination and Reuben will have to hustle rd- dead from an attact of whooping cough My neighbors recommended Chamber-lains Cough Remedy I did not think that any medicine would htlp him but after giving him a few doses of that rem- Â¬ edyI notiqed aniimprevement and one bottle cured him entirely It is the best cough medicine I ever had in the house JT M66rjs South Burgottstown Pa For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman StephenBport INNOCENT T H 2 Â¬ flulo Sinks In a fludholc In One of Queer Petrefactlon The Zallers Bros who have been Our County Roads working a quarry between this city and Hawesvillo while blasting rock recently Last Friday a man named Rally road split a piece of sandstone which con a mule Into town that belonged to Mr tained a perfect petrefactlon of the trunk Dutschke of Holt On his return that and two limbs of a forest tree The evening- he rode the animal Jnt6 a mud curiosity now adorns the yard of Charles holo that was caused by the sliding of Gerber at Cannelton earth from the hillside into the bottom road The animal got so deep in the mud that he was not able to extricate Â¬ - Only the First Step is Difficult Tfie first step in Spring should be to cleanse Natures house from Winters accumu- laiions Hoods Sarsaparilla does this work easily It is Americas Greatest Spring Medicine It purifies the blood as miltons of people say himself Mr Railey dismounted and went for assistance When he got back tho mule had gone so deep that he was smothered to death The fiscal court should assemble and abandon this road and open up a new one by a safer and more pratlcal route Tho road is bo dangerous that the persons who drive over it jeopardize the life not only of his animals but himself The Orape Prospect Some of the grape vines are full of bloom and promise a good yield others were completely killed by the severe It makes the weak strong as nervoua winter weather There is a pospect that men and womon gladly testify It tha vintage will be curtailed this year on cures all blood diseases as thousands account of the scarcity of wine grapes of cured voluntarily write It is just tho Bicycle Party medicine for you as yoa will gladly say The following local wheelmen made after yoa have given it a fair trial Bad Bloo- d- Although past 70 years of up a jolly bioyple party that spent Sun Â¬ ago I am thoroughly well It was thre day at Cannelton Harry Hamrnau bottles ot Hoods Barsaparllla that made Will Hale Jesse Morton Wilburn me so after spending oyer 00 In medical Gregory Wallio Liehen and Clyde attendanco My trouble was a raw sore on Thoy had a most enjoyable my ankle Mas Louisa Masox Court Morrison Street Lowell Mass He is a has been compelled to seek pastures new At Jefferson City Missouri Hardlnsburg Boy for his operations At Tell City the police gave him ten Prisoner Swears He Was Not OuIIty minutes to leave town Every paper be- Â¬ The people of Hardinsburg and espectween here and Paducah has written of Crime ially the friends of Mr Graham Esk him up and there are no green fields for ridge will be gratified to learn that he him to work between here and New Or- Â¬ has just received an appointment as After having served four years out of leans typewriter and stenographer in the en- Â¬ a thirteen years sentence in the State Plague of arasshoppere gineering department of the govern- Â¬ penitentiary for arson T H Beatty of this county has been pardoded by Act- Â¬ Charlie Gross planted about nine acres ment at Jefferson City Missouri The ing Governor Worthington of ground in tobacco last week and now appointment was made by Mr Mickle Tho pardon was granted Thursday he has the work to do over again An John Assistant Secretary of War after morning on the sworn statement of Al- Â¬ army of grasshoppers turned themselves Mr Eskridgehad passed the most sucmond Johnson who was convicted with looeo on the young plants and ate them cessful examination before the Civil him and is now serving a thirty year up Farmers say they never saw bo Seryice Commission ol any one from The appointment takes ef Â¬ sentence that Beatty is innocent many young grasshoppers in their lives Kentucky Mr Eskridge 1b yet fect June first Beatty was convicted in October 1805 and they are fearful of further ravages quite a young man and is to be congratu- Â¬ of complicity in tho burning of the resi- Â¬ Fine Berries His success lated on his good luck dence of William Dix of Hardlnsburg The finest specimens of strawberries however is only an evidence of what shown in this city this season were pluck and energy will do A few years The Appetite of a Ooat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose brought into tho Nkws olllce Saturday ago young Eskridge started out with of Tobinsport only a common school education re- Â¬ Stomach and Liver are out of order All byT L Weatherholt of tho Gaudy variety ceived In his home town Later heat such should know that Dr Kings New The berries were Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and and some of them were three inches in tended a course in the Bryant Stratton He soon business college at Louisville Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite diameter found employment At the time of this Ohio County Man Hurt sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and John T Oldham a young mau living appointment he was employed on the great energy Only 25c at Short Hay with his fatuer on what is known as the Louisville Commercial a position he has nea drug store Bill Norris farm a few miles from Hart held for about 3 years He has been an Â¬ fort met with a serious accident last earnest laithful student and under The Ember Week rolllug- logs stands his business thoroughly While assisting in Friday Last week was Ember week the obser- Â¬ he was struck by a reboundiug pole and appointment he has just received was secured by his own rilorts and is just Â¬ vance of great antiquity in tho Catholic his leg badly kroken ly a merited one Mr Eskridge came church It was instituted partly for the A New Invention down last Saturday and left on Monday successful ordination of priests and other Eugene Kingsbuiy the well known evening for Jefferson City He is the ministers of the church and to thank pat son of Attorney MorrisEskridge of this God for the fruits of the land and implore carpenter has been granted letters tent on an inventiou that ho has just place a continuance ot them These days oc-Â¬ stove Â¬ cur four times a year so that no season perfected It is a device to clean WOMAN BANKRUPT pipes flues and chimneys without re- Â¬ pass without giving thanks to God for moving the pipes or soiling the hands His blessings Wednesday Friday and Susan Wedding a Rome Business Saturday were days of public prayer There is a fortune in it Woman Qoes Broke fasting and thanksgiving an Adz Cut With Beatty Pardoned Out the Pen Tho rtligious fakir Wilbur who was of exposed in last weeks issue of the News CASH BUSINESS saves money for the customer 011 every purchase The good customer does not help pay the debts or the dead beat He does not have to help 5 9 pay for book keeping when he patronizes a cash store J A CASH Â¬ BUSINESS IS THE KIND THAT IS DONE HY W E BROWN Irvington Ky 9 j To The Public t I desire to call the attention of tho public to the fact that I am making a specially of m BLOOD CURE A SENT FREE Runnfrlff Sore- s- After worrying four months I gave my children Hoods Sarsa- paruia ana it cured them of running sores poods Flits cured mo of dyspepsiA and constipation Mas Kit k - rifnun f si Governor me a skeleton ieadHoodstoSarsaparllla take I had a consumptive cough which re Was advised to which I did and Hcorered normal health I have been well ye since Matud parogcwATKB Cor sad Chestnut Bts JsHmonvMt Ind Consumptive Cough -- Five years ago 8t Annapolis Md rrl F ZGdtiSatoi uXDBLdBSmSBKtKF Woo4S mtirtfiV rini ear e Utw Hli the aonUrtUM tBJ-fcW-l an4 Half a Crop A thorough canvass of the wheat situ Â¬ ation in this county reveals the fact that only hall a crop will be harvested this season The amount of winter killed wheat was larger than was at first P DOMd arms or leifs itching sensation Irritating skin troubles ecieuu scrofula ulcers contagious blood poison fever sores mercurial rheumatism catarrh bolls ce covered with lllile sores cancer or any time blood taint then give B U D atrial because if B B Botanic Blood IJalra Is made lor Just such BALLARDS NNO W LINIMENT cores cases and it cures to stay cured those stubborn Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache sick blood diseases that other milder n edlclne laQ even AH above named trqublee are evidence to benefit Headache Bom Throat Outs Sprains of bad diseased blood in the body and II II B all the or or Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain cures because It forcethe body poison andImpuritysys Â¬ blood humors out of bones entire and inflammation The most penetrat Â¬ tem To remove all doubt of It power to cure w offer to send to any sample bottle of U ing liniment in the world Price 25 eta B absolutely free suSarer1 a an old well B BB tried remedy hence we know that It cute o stay cured A R Fisher and 60 cts for ih people fcured by II B B year ago are well to day and free from all blood Impurities Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Erue ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Cancer Eto If you bav tried iirtapirllln palest raedl clnca and doctored and still have old pertinent sorea plmnlei duirtulng eruption oi the akin While at work dressing timbers for the Susan Wedding who conducts a gen- Â¬ trestle above the depot Friday S I eral store at the little town of Home was severely Dayls a bridge carpenter advantage of the bank- Â¬ cut on the leg by his adz slipping The Ind has taken rupt law She states that her liabilities wound was stitched up and he will be are 1322 10 and her assets 550 able to return lo work in a few weeks A Republican Candidate Sunday School Convention State Auditor Sam II Stone has formÂ¬ The Perry county Sunday School Con vention will bu held Sunday and Mou ally declared his candidacy for the ItHe day Jtwe 4th and 6th An interesting publican nomination for Governor program has been prepared and a nice will have some strong backing dividing with Taylor the support of the Federal time is assured all - UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I havo now ono of tho boat stocks of Coffins and Caskets in tho county and am making the vory lowest prices on tho same I am qualified to do undertaking Â¬ 9 And I solicit your patronago in this department when tho sad necessity compels you to considor this question officeholders tMcer Sleeting Ealing Sorei Cancer oi Nose lip fare ear or neck exttrni or Internal etneer bleeding eating sores era all cured by B B B the most powerful blood puri Â¬ fier made All druggist sell B BBat i per large bottle Write tor trial bottle and a sample bott of B B U will be sent by return nail all charges prepaid Address ULOOl UALM CO 31s Mitchell St Atlanta Oa Describe yoar symptomi and free person medical advice will be glreo Went on Strike at the Cornwall quarries below the city went on a strike last week for higher wants They wore Pratt getting 30 cents an hour but wanted 36 11esUwlUi The BtouOCUttera and will be favored by three of the live revenue collectors in Kentucky It is understood that Gov Bradleys office is on tho aide of Judge yoa wbstasr yoa eentlaae IhsaaaBfjl Uibaeeo bablC erar 4SSJJJJJ ItmgTM tbo Uslr or tobeeco Itb outaarTouuulreMespelsnJeorwli Jsu tins purines the ulepd 11 stores lost MObeiej nukes too slreaavjrl I LlAselil MSJB U health ntrTsterH Z I pBVveaMcuTnK5 aad own erueMiiV t l REMEMBER That I havo always on hand a full stock of Groceries Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps Hardware Queensware Glassware and General Merchandise cento asrre kllllog s a ii ii Not amity Tom Griffin who was charged with the murder of lien Cartel in Ohio county was tried at Hatforfl lst week and the jury returned a verdict of sot gsulty hrllMjini iej I saVLA rvtn aaaahoedat JM irtW iJKiViAfi VetTslll sSr UlrMVeVeJewK MnllTuri ISfiiruH4gnnlsrMrnis aaWi tLR1 aB SoeW teWflaeaSaaT llSBfJ I H DEWEESE GLENDJEANE i J 5 V - - KENTUCKY aSa tBaaaatiaB jeajBmfataatV aaWtf aaBBTsa T 1n Breckenridge Kews D BRANDENBURG Next Saturday is tho Normal picnic Mr Burton went to Henderson last week Oh as Casperko was in his element last Thursday Mrs Noel Is able to sit up some Wo are glad Mm Sue Reese visited Mrs Julia Neafualaat week Mr A O Burton on Lesson Study gavo some fine advice Brother Duvall preached at tho Bap Â¬ tist church last Sunday visited Mrs Miss Ethel Benham Blanche Fontaino lastveek Miss Jlmtnln Loo Wool folk visitod Miss Virginia Khodes last weok Mrs Mathews and Park Booth of Big Bend came up to tho Convention J A McGohee went to see his Stuart Peckenpaugh last week J It Willett Suporintent of the Bap Â¬ tist Sunday School is an earnest worker Bro Litchfield and Bro Duvall evinc- Â¬ ed much interest in the S S Conven- Â¬ tion Misses Lena Nevltt and Jennie Leo Woolfolk spent Sunday night with Mary L Ditto Miss Lula Lewis was a committee of one on music She showed the ability of many Mrs Gough and Miss Lillian Rhodes have returned from a pleasant stay in Owensboro Will McGeheo is at home for a few days Will is a successful young busi Â¬ ness man Misses Lizzie and Lida Walton pf Big Spring were guests of Misa Allie Held last Sunday Miss Allie Reld was organist last Thursday and acquitted herself with great honor The Sandy Hill quartett Why Stand ye Here Idle was sweet as sweet can be in all parts Mr Bryan says trusts will be an is-Â¬ sue in the next Presidential campaign We are not surprised I noticed Mrs John Wimp of Irving ton in the crowd last Thursday and re greted not meeting her Frank Hardin was here last Sunday as a guest of Mies Jen Hardin to attend Childrens Day exercises Will CasperEe tho popular drummer for ribbons laces hate bonnets and everything tine Is at home for a little rest Mrs D W Lewis sang Ashamed of Jesus last Thursday Mrs Lewis has n contralto voice of tenderness and sym- Â¬ pathy Strawberries are plentiful and cheap They make a delicious preserve when cooked just enough That is the secret though Misses Lula and Minnie Bland and Lula Woolfolk and Wlllio Bland and Henry Canby attended the Lynnland commencement Ed Burch of Paynesville a pupil of our Normal made the highest average in last weeks examination All the Normalites did well A large delegation came in from Big Spring last Thursday and I was sorry to miss it but I was not well enough tore main till clojo of session Dr Will Strother of Big Spring once upon n time always camo to see me Now he forgeta He isnt interested in a Meade county girl Bee The M Ds of old Meade hold their Association last Thursday Two meets of important bodies in one day We live near a place called Louisville The ladies of the Methodiat church under the auspices of tho Ladies Aid will give an ice cream and strawberry supper at the Masonic Hell on Thurs- Â¬ day night Mrs W J Piggott of Irvinpton was the guest of Miss Lula Lewis to attend Mrs liggot looked the Convention splendid and is an interested Sunday School individual Rob Malin Lieutenant in Third Ken- Â¬ tucky was here a few days last week Hob is a great big fine looking soldier boy and we were all mighty glad to seu him safe in old Kentucky Miss Ilia Richardson accompanied by Miss Maydee Pusey will return to Bright lovely Louisville this week We will all miss them for to girls know them is only to love them Kentucky College at Pewee is hold- Â¬ ing its commencement The exercises Mibs Wathena included several dayB Hamilton of this place is a pupil of this college She will be at home this week There will bo a dance to night Mon- Â¬ day at Mr Coughs new building given in honor of Miss Lena Nevitt on the eve of her departure Bondenstadt will fur Â¬ nish the music and a good time is antici- Â¬ pated Dewey says we must never sell the Philippines I should say not Only anti Americana indulge in such chats We want to The insurrection iB broken capture Agulnaldo and his marauders is all Mr D S Richardson has taken the residence of Mr R H Nevitt on East Main street and Stuart Owing the pjn ular drummer will move nla family from Wolf Creek into Mr Richardsons house on East Hill I was glad to see Frank Hardin of Big Spring Hes a tall handsome fellow and it seems like only such a little while since he was running around dear old Big Spring with great long curls and dresses We are thus reminded again of time and tide Dr Turner Anderson his son and his of Big nephew Richard Anderson Bend stopped here bunday in their yatch for a fresh supply of gasoline Dr Anderson had been to his summer home in Big Bend and was returning to Louisville Meade and Hardin counties had a joint teachors Association last Saturday at West Point N D Ashcraft our pro- Â¬ gressive Superintendent says he has reason to be proud of old Meade He speaks in complimentary terms of the meet of the courtesy extended We are preparing for the closing exercises of the Brandenburg Normal Mr Burton has requested Misa Daisy Mcln tire and myself to have quiet a number of musical selections for tiie second night At the oratorical contest the first night the numbers will be vocal altogether Miss Maud Adkiason said in tier paper on Sunday School Teachers that piety was not always magnetic No indeed if you please one more often feela that rigid piety was akin to the arctic regions Ill take a little milk of human kindness In my kind and more animal magnetism Miss Mamie Scheueo went as far as St LouIb with Mrs Nevltta family whore she left them for Denver Colo to spend theBummer with Mrs NevlttB Bister Mrs Jim Htnith returning In tho fall by Dallas MIbs Mamie la a young lady of rum iiuuimtta ui iieari and tout Mr and Mrs It B Shackle tt of M- Â¬ ilan entertained verv handsomely an th birthday last Saturday evening ol their son and daughter James and Mabel which happen to fall on the same date Their beautiful country home was filled with guests who Bpent a charming time The table was a thing ol besutv loaded with delicacies Next Saturday June 3 the anniver- son-in-la- w Â¬ 4V Q BtHige Eiltori MAY ui ProptUtu 1890 r WEDNESDAY 31 SIX PAGES ocratfo State Executive Committee call ins a Stato Oonvontlon to meet in Louis Â¬ ville June 21st 1809 to nominate candi dates for Stato Offices said Committee making it my duty to call a County Mass Convention I hereby call a Mass Con vontlon to meet in Hardinsburg Ken Â¬ tucky at tho Court IIouso at two oclock standard time Saturday June 17th 1800 Bald Convention to select delegates to attend the Stato Convention as here inboloro mentioned Those entitled to take part in said convention are all known Democrats and others who sup Â¬ ported W J Bryan for President and those who pledge themselves to support the nominees of said State Convention All so entitled are respectfully invited to be present and take part in said Mass Convention J Wihtwortii dim Democratic Co Com Richard Adkissok Secretary Â¬ Mass Democratic Convention In pursuance of tho action of tho Dom Success is what makes the fool seem wise Tub most popular expression used by Cloverport girls is buy gum I Laziness The is like the yeast cake It gives rise to considerable loafing bicycle-- trust is about to collapse Its tire has been punctured as it were Farmers in some parts of the county are complaining of sheep killing dogs A dead cur kills no sheep It takes time to make good money and it is the popular impression that it takes money to make a good time Jkss Wkatiikrholt is responsible for tho statement that the barbers razors run up against some pretty tough custo mors Boy of your own local store when you can Keep your money at home Tho way to have good home stores is to pat- Â¬ ronize them women and fire water were re- Â¬ sponsible for a hot time at Dawson city Alaska last week Propert to the amount of 4000000 went up in smoke as a result Bad The gold production for this year has reached the stupendous figure of 340 000000 If the silver men are foxy they will have gold debased on account of threatened overproduction Tiik King of Siain has issued an order to the effect that all those Mho enter the royal palace henceforth must wear Of course this bars Jerry stockings Simpson from hob nobbing with Siamese royalty Ednote Tour 10c 23c Candy Cathartic euro constipation forevor If C C C fall druecistbrefund money lloweln With Cm caret THEY APPRECIATE THE NEWS The following are letters from appreciative readers and subscribers to the News jays fock ykak8 in advance III April 20 1809 Editor Xkuk Enclosed find 400 in payment of my subscription in advance for theXEWB Yours respetfully Romnbon J LKTTLR M Jean FROM PRISON Eddyvillk Ky April 18 1899 Editor News Please find enclosed a check for 300 to pay for the time that I am behind with you for the Bhkcken kidoe News and for the rest of this year I am ashamed for not Bending you the money long ago I have no excuse to offer only carelessness I will try and do better next time I I am having a good time here could not wish to have a better time in prison than I am now having I have been here seven years the 3d day of May and I have not had any trouble yet The health of the prison is better now than I ever knew it to be We have got good men for warden deputy wardens and guards and the prisoners all have a nice time If they will try most all of them get their tasks done be Â¬ fore night and we all have plenty to eat and good clothes to wear 1 have been on night duty four years and six months I have to sit and watch my engine run and oil it once in a while Give my love to all I never expect to see Breckenridge county any more Yours truly S II Harbison 18 1699 ulht county paper the best county paper I ever saw Long may i Yours truly wave Gkohoia Kkyh French is Irvine Ky April Editor News The Neks Lodged In a Tree A colt which Cravens Arbro was driv Â¬ ing to a cart near lellyilie Sunday even- Â¬ ing ran on throwing Arbro up in n tree where lie remained lifeless until help Â¬ ed down by Blon Moseley and others It was at first thought he was dead but he finally came around WrajS If yon are fading under the weakening do not influence of female troubles longer experiment with useless or dan Â¬ gerous drags but try Iradfltlds Female Regulator perfectly and euro Falling of the Womb Leucorrhcea Headache Backache and Nervousness which It is a harmless vegetable remedy perfect puts the menstrual organs in health stops drains and pains and over- Â¬ comes weakness Sold t drug stores for I bottU TtS MUB7IZW KXGULATOK CO AtUatS Oft It will regulate the menses Confederate gravis in Cave Hill cotno Mrs Warren Ury will be decorated RichordMon writes that any ouo wishing to send flowers can do oo by exprcna without charge Let us make nn ollort to send a box Cover thorn over with llowers honor those horoos of ours I didnt hardly think Admiral Dewey would get through with all his calm dig Â¬ nity and silent fighting without a ridic- Â¬ ulous episode Now come b the step from tho Bitbltmo to the ridiculous ho having cut lilmnolf threo times whilo shaving from looking at tho picture of an Illinois girl instead of in his glass No wonder ho Is too ill to attend socinl functional Again on last Sunday tho Methodist church was crowded to see nnd hoar tho program for Childrens Day The altar chancel and organ were transformed In Â¬ to a bower of beauty by palms and blooming lowers in jardinieres Tho little children looked lovely and did well The choir rendered a number of aweot numbers Brother Litchfield ex- Â¬ plained the meaning of the day and a general collection followed The ladies who conductod the program deeorve high praise In tho conversation with Mrs G H Casperko about tho the music festival she said I am particularly pleased with the unassuming manner and entlro ah absenco of affectation in tbo artists who appeared Miss Zudle Harris she con- Â¬ tinued played the most difficult num- Â¬ bers with ucarming graco and with n musical sentiment devoid of any display Tho delicious sentiment nnd perfect mu Bical science with which thoso artists ex- Â¬ ecuted constituted their triumphart The Meade county Sunday School con- Â¬ vention was held last Thursday as adver- Â¬ tised and was a perfect success in every respect At morning and afternoon sess- Â¬ ion the Methodist church which was beautifully decorated in palms and pott- Â¬ ed plants was crowded Tho spread was at the Masonic Hall just a few steps nelow There was an abundance and to spare The singing was sweet the pap- Â¬ ers interesting and discussion spirited E A Fox being present was quiet a feat-Â¬ ure Rosa Bonheur that famous animal painter is no more As a creative artist she was first among women Victor Hugo said she listened to God and not to man and was true to self When Monsieur Bill of Buffalo was in Paris he sent Bouheur some of his bronchos which she put on canvas She wore mens clothes to tho day of her death In 18G4 Princess Eugenia pinned to tho blouse of thin great painter the Cross of the Legion of Honor the first time such a distinction was evor conferred on a woman Mr and Mrs R H Nevitt have left for their future home at Dallas Texas It sterns tp me that no family in the whole community could be more missed than Mr Nevitte He with his gener Â¬ ous cordial disposition wan first and foremost in each and every enterprise Mrs Nevitt and all of ber children are kind accommodating and fond of enter Â¬ taining and with a handsomely equipped home ample means and great big true hearts it is no wonder we all feel the loss as individuals and town and county I am devoted to the entire family and have lost the truest friends I evor nad MIbb Eva Carrigan told us about the National Sunday School Convention at Atlanta Georgia to which she was a delegate She said that we had no rep resentatives Irom Cuba or Porto Rico but next year we expect to hear from each as well as from the Philippines The churches and Sunday Schools that are far reaching certainly have immenso fields before them for missionary work Miss in our newly acquired territory Eva thinks with others from whom she quoted that when pocket books ore en Â¬ tirely consecrated the millenlum will dawn Discussions are In order I presume I am under obligations to the Irvington correspondent but I never wish to poso in a false light I am not pious not by any means I try to do right 1 am fond of the World and its pleasures which according to my theory doesnt interfere with keeping the Ten Commandments or prevent one from striving to carry out the Beatitudes in Ciirists aermon on the Mount I repeat with no desire whatever to retract ttiat any assemblage which is separated into factions each aide becoming angry lobbying for hia candidate takes on the form of a political caucus I consider tho Whitsitt contrary and the Brigga state- Â¬ ment on Bcripture and his final accept- Â¬ ance into tne Episcopal church as highly injurious to ecclesiastical matters Whenever brotherly love and Christian unity become disturbed the cause of Chriot suffers I regret very much that I hadnt time to hear Sam Jones Ev Â¬ ery one who has read from my pen or heard an expression from me knows that I am hia admirer I went to the races on Clark Day because I had never in my life Been a race or that beautiful spot Churchill Downs There were fully ton thousand people present which was it- Â¬ self a sight The beautiful toilets were pleasing to the eye I am Kentuckian enough to love a Bpeedy thoroughbred but 1 must Bay that I do not approve of racing and am fully satisfied as far as my curiosity desire wont Speaking of Sunday School and its good work and ot methods of study uow pursued reminds me of how very differ Â¬ ent the line of study now pursued re Â¬ minds me of how very different the line of study is conducted now and thirty years ago Mr Burton said Sunday af Â¬ ternoon before tho next Sunday is a good time to study ones lesson My mother required us to prepare our lessons im mediately after dinner on one Sabbath for tho next But in those days we UBed the scripture question hooks in which wore the questions witli Bible references Again that did not or each answer constitute the most important part of our lesson Wo were required to mem orize so many verses in the Bible for Mrs Willson now of Ill- Â¬ each Sabbath inois sister of Judge C C Falrleigh was my teacher from from early childhood to young Udyhood and surely her diadem will have countless gems in that better world for all those precious truths and explanation with which she stored our In those days we too plastic natures had Bible meetings as we do teachers meetings here now Dear Brother Bot tomlay was the greatest Sunday School enthusiast I ever knew nnd infused life and intoreet into tho gatherings when- Â¬ Mr ever we met My brother-in-laThomas H Ditto conducted a Union Sabbath School we had only Union Schools in those dayB here most successfully for many years He too was a wide awake enthusiastic instructor and accomplished great good Both of our Sunday School are increasing in interest and numbers and we have some consecrated devotod workers The annual convention of Meade County Sunday School Workers was held in Brandenburg Thursday May -- 5 The meeting was opened with a short devotional service led by Brother Lltch-11-U- d after which a cordial welcome was extended to the workers present by Brother Duvall who in behalf of the good people of Brandenburg assured everyone ol a Hearty co operation in tho work The morning session waa de- Â¬ voted chltily to the regular work of the Association and a fine practical talk on the Association work was given by the bUte Secretary Prof E A Fox After a abort devotional eervlce in the aftor noon Mr Burton made an excolent talk on the lesson atudy He handled hia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nary of JofTerson Davis birthday tho subjectaB only Mr Burton can and had the undivided attention of tiio audlcnco Alter a brief report of tho county work and ot tho Atlanta convention by tho County Secretary The Sunday School tho subjoct of the afternoon was takon up Its history its development and Its purpoeo was well given by Rev Hin6s of Garnottsville Its Officers was to havo boon given by Rev J J Willett who was unavoidably absent was tho subject of a Its Teachers splendid pnpor by MissMaudo Adkteson and Its Pupils by Mr It J Willett Tho subjects weie open for discussion and after tbo wholo phase of the work had been givn a resume was giv by Brother Leitcbfield A report of tho committee showed that the old officers had been re elected and that no time or place had been selected for tho next meeting Thoy most sincerely thanked tho generous people of Brandenburg and vicinity for their nospitalliy They also wish to thank those Who added so much to the attractiveness of tho meetÂ¬ ing by the music And we are under lasting obligations to the Messengor and the Breckenridqe News for the courte- Â¬ sies extended Long may they live and prosper To Consumptives this Villi STORY LADIES It My Wc Yavc a Splendid Line of Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to glye comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in tho early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloyerport j E A Witt Hardinsburg As an honest remedy Every morning I have a bad tasto in my mouth my my head tongue Is coated aches and I often feet dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I eat distresses me I have a hoavy feeling In m lAminh I am rettlnir KO weak that sometimes I tremble and my nerves are all unstrung T I m AAInF nflln And thin ana lt or am as tired in the morning as at night What does your doctor say Â¬ You sro suffering from Impure blood wnat is nia remcuyr A Maic toss kirt i fr - v BIG SPRING Born to tho wifo of Hugh Wright on tne ztn a giri B S ClarkBon Jr was homo from LouiBViiie ana spent Sunday Mrs John Trent near Custer died irom soitening oi tne brain last Jbrlday Misses Maud Doran and Nan Martin visited friends in the country last week Mrs James Harned has returned from Louisyille whero she spent several days Miss Lill Glarkson leaves for Louis Â¬ ville Tuesday to be cono two weeks vis 4M Tou must not have consti- Â¬ pated bowels If you expect the Sarsaparilla to do its best work But Ayers Pills cure constipa- Â¬ tion We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may nave for me assing VfrNo yon tronNt like to eoniolt Perha erainei phrilelnm about your coudl uon Write tu freely all the particular inTonrcaae Sou win receive a prompt In the Following Marerials if r CRASH m v W1I 7EJt PIQUE White and Colors ALL WOOL NOVELTY BLACK JACQUARD 1 iting mends Thursday Mrs Hicks and son of Hill Grove passed through here Friday on their way to JNertrees Miss Hortense Miller spent Saturday with her parents She is teaching school at Howells Valley Mr J W Moorman and sister Miss Myrtle attended tho Sunday school asso ciation at iiranuennurg Mr Frank Hardin Miss Lizzie and Lyda Walton went to Brandenburg Sat urday and remained over Sunday Mr Frank Hardin and Miss Zelma Strother attended the Sunday school convention at Brandenburg Thursday The patient that Drs Strother and Willmoth operated on for appendicitis on the 20th inst is improving rapidly Dr Strother attended the Meade Coun- Â¬ ty Medical Society at Brandenburg Thursday ho was accompanied by Dr Willmoth of Blue Ball Mr Charles Moorman who is reading lnw with Mr Marriott of Elizabethtown came home Saturday and remained until Monday Miss Zelma Strother will attend the district conference of the M E church South at Ridge Springs which convenes next Wednesday Messrs John Meador Jr and John Carter spent Sunday at Stephonsport the guest of Miss Dan Carlton and Mrs Nickols nee Miss Emma Carter Mr Guy Meador Misses Ruby Miller Daisy and Mary McMeador visited friends at Cecelia last Wednesday and attended the commencement exercises at Lynland to onr Doctor W n lxhreU Cj MaaC I I SERGE CLAY WORSTED BROCADED SILK THE GOVERNORS APPETITE He Can Eat with Impunity Anything Set Before Him Georgias chief executive has many good qualities and in addition to his su perb robust constitution tbo Governor also possesses what Is coveted by many unfortunates he has a good appetite Like any ordinary mortal however be once suffered from indigestion with all tho distressing conditions which it bas found and unfail firoduces But no howeyer and said recently For many years my digestion was bad Many a fair young child whose pallor but the occasional use of a bottle of 8 S has puzzled the mother until ehe sus S bas entirely cured me of this malady and I now eat with perfect impunity any pected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained tbo rosy hue thing set beiore me Governor Candler has also declared S of health with a few doses of WHITES r S S to be the finest tonic and CREAM VERMIFUGE Price 25c A made Ho has used it every spring R Fisher for tho past fifteen years blood-purifie- his assistant for musical selections ren- Â¬ dered One room contained sevoral beautiful- Â¬ ly decorated tables presided over by young maidens artistically gotten up in pink and blue One table particularly noticoable was that presided over by Sho showed Miss Llllie McGlothlan her patriotism by the red whito and blue decorations Her waitresses were dressed in blue and white Another beautiful table covered with flowers and ferns and waited on by maidens in pink and white was Mrs Jollys The others wore equally pretty but lack of space prevents mention One had to wait in order to be served bo great was the crowd Mrs McGohee rendered a lovelv mus ical selection in her usual style as did Jolly and also Misses McGlothlan Bandy Aftor a pleasant ovenlng wmen proved also very successful financially the entertainment came to a close The ladles desire to thank all who came their aid and especially the long suffering editor of the Brbckenridoe Nkws who has always advertised our entertainments for us free gratis Get your hats before June 10 Our season will end on that date Co Siielman We are still paying Louisville prices for all produce and selling goods at bot- Â¬ tom prices Co Siielman Our Millinery department will close June 10 Get your hats before that date Co Siielman We want to purchase 5000 worth of lien notes Give us a call Co E H Siielman VEST hOKH0KHH0000-0-0-C0K-0-KKh XSSXX3 Our fKjr 48c II Clothing Distinct- Â¬ IA m ively I Suit made of Crash or Lin- S en with sailor collar in dif Â¬ ferent 3color 8 S sizes to years 111 For a Childs gWnsh Blouse Original you that our Olothintr is en tirely different to the ordinary acm nelson a Mitia kind It is more reliable is bet- Â¬ ter tailored fabrics exclusive thereby avoiding commonplace new Youd be surprised to see bow much care and thought we exer cise in having our garments fit perfectly We think to have our Clothing fit perfectly is the btst advertising we do We know from experience that it is productive of the best results No we do not charge oxtra for these advantages In fact our prices are much lower than elseÂ¬ where For instance 50c xl icT Ho o TT This stated ment means to If J swW urura Biiguuy oeuer miio made nimilnr g to the above sizes 3 to 8 S years quality 1 75c For nn pxlm good quality Linen Crash Blouse Suit sizes 3 to 8 years These are first class in fit make and style and cannot be beat by any city store Mothers come and see them Ja ly1 muldraugh S U Thomas made a business New Haven Saturday Homer Atkins of Louisville Bpent Sunday with his family Mrs Wm Pusey ia visiting relatives and friends In Louisville Born to the wife of Jim Stonestreet May 28 an eight pound girl L B Pusey or Louisville was the guest of Miss Lizzie Withers Sunday The ico cream supper given by Ditto Bervman was a success and all reported a jolly time Mrs John Burns and daughter Miss Florence have come out to their Bum- Â¬ mer home near hore Miss Margarette Harrington formerly agent of I O R R here has accepted a position at Shelby ville Will Fletcher and wife have purchased a house and lot from J N Thomas and will move in this week Will Kilburn of Louisville spent Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday with his wife who is a guest at the Muldraugh Hotel Quite a number of our young people attended the Meade and Hardin county teachers association at West Point Sat Â¬ urday Mfes Macrgie Hobbs of Vine Grove and Miss Nellie Winterbower of Kinney ville BDent Sunday with Mr II Reeson and family Mrs J N Weatherholt and daughter Eva haye returned to their home at Cloverport after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S Harrington Nothing has eyer been produced to euual or compare with TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT as a cur- Â¬ ative and healing application for Plies Fissures blind and bleeding external or internal the Itching and Bleedlmj of the Rectum The relief is immediate and cure infallible Price 50 eta In bottle tubes 75 eta A R Fisher Death of John Manning trip to Written for tho News by Anna J Dut- - IRVINGTON One of the nicest entertainments of the season was the ico cream festival given by the ladies of the Irvington Baptist church one evening last week The college building beautifully adapted for entertains purposes was furnished by Prof Orabbe who with his family add Â¬ ed much to tho pleasure of the evoninor I by hia witticisms and material aid He Art it a Ail urH4 no ivuuoivu A nftrn it iltarilfH n n tuaa iura v vuu0 m vim ft schke Pleasant Valley Ky May 25th 18M Sunday May 21st was perhaps the saddest Sabbath this community bas witnessed in many years Tho angel of death visited the home of one of the most respected citizens of this communi- Â¬ ty and claimed as its victim the honored head of the famllyJohn B Manning Mr Manning was born in Meade coun- Â¬ ty Fob 10th 1020 near Rhodelia He recoived his education at Mt Merino Then came to this county for a home which he owned and operated fifty two years He strove hard to make his home happy and hospitable He was a great loyer of children and devoted much of his time in schools instructing them At the time of his death a loving wife and twelve devoted children with a host of sympathizing friends were at his bed- Â¬ side His death is supposed to have originated from brights disease HJs suffering lasted only a few days but such suffering words cannot describe Al Â¬ though he bore it patiently until his death never Baying it is too much He said Let the Holy will of God bo done Mr Manning was a consistent Catholic and manifested tho highest type of a true christian ever ready to lend a help Â¬ ing hand to all He was a man of strong character and firm conviction His waa a life of puri- Â¬ ty and one that could be profitably fol- Â¬ lowed by others His burial took placo Monday at 1 oclock at St Theresas Cemetery where a large concourse ol sorrowing friends and relatives paid their last loving tri- Â¬ bute Rev Father Reanx preached a sermon fall of comfort to tbo heart broken fam- Â¬ ily To tho boreayed ones let me say weep Lot as hia was a llfewell spent te n t Absolutely All Wool Suit 1 750 850 1000 1200 t I t t Qy The Fair Cloverports One Price House V Not how cheap but how good slxxjxaixjmxwxx Tke JP You will now soek a good investment for your savins The best known investment is improved Raal Estate Secure your ground and write to Vr i Over WILL COMPANY 494 prices Long Distance Telephone FOR LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS on SASH BUNDQf ETGt LOUISVILLE I KY Fir 20 Years Has Li tf all Warm Rim t diss SOXiS XX AXtXa XXTrG GrXHIXS Prepared by t Worms Fnranlehv A vermifuge Mutlnl atlty WHITES CREAM ItettlnQatlltr i JAMES F BALLARD z7 z r 9 St Lou -- w - Tt Ftobpr Cloverport Kv Mr and Mrs Dave Howard gave bne one of their delightful parties Saturday Robert Moorman comes home this night in honor of theirguests week Arthur 8mlth Fred Brite and Miam Henry Hayes West View was here Ella Smith Iyor Johnson Nancy Smlti Monday of Fordsvlllo and Miss Jessie Smith Misa Monna Hunter is visiting at Mc Hartford were guests at Daye Howardv Daniels Sunday Delighted with tho present fine train Dave Moorman W R Moorman H service Â¬ went to Louisville Dempster I H Dewees Buck Moor Vic Robertson man John and Charlie Deans are in Tuesday morning with stock Louisville at the Commercial Conven Â¬ Mrs Jeff Owen went to St Louis last tion For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron- Â¬ week to visit her father and brothers Successful Anglers greeted An unusually chitis or Consumption no medicine Brother Rutlodgo fine audience Sunday Dr Simons and John Vest went fish Â¬ equals BALLARnS HUREHOUND Jimmy Mattlngly of Lon Lick spent ing last Friday They killed two fish SYRUP Price 26 and 60cUA It Monday in Qlendeano and took the and caught one snake The wake evening train to Irvington IlBher waant In the jug either GLENDtANE n r m aM kau l jlx2 n9 GENTS i HIGHEST IflQQ SB8VSW j GRAQi AD1ES COLUAUMAN w BRAVE BOYS HAVE FALLEN Filipino Warriors Have Potted Many Americans A BGYGLE COLUMBIAN S2050 BEST BICYCLEBUILT FACTORY TO RUER DIRECT All we require is 100 lownlance payable after examination We aro the only factory Ip alie United States Belling direct to rider Wo guarantee our gocpb or two years most liberal guaranteo ever givon We giro more options than the regular dealers You can have your choico of color height of frame or any gear desired largo tubing flush Our bicycles havo all the latest improvements joints large sprocket arched fork crown drop hanger etc Letter Prom the Trenches flaiilln About Tlio following is a letter from Obarlie Tate to hlu dieter Mrs Marion Weather holt Manila Iliium iNK Islands i5 x- - April 12 1801 Dear StBTEii I ue8 you think it is about tinio I was wirtInK to you so I will try to scribble a letter and toll you a lit- Â¬ tle I havo seen and eorao of the ups and WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TO DAY downs I havo had Biuco I enlisted at Cloverport last December CO I had a lino timo while in camp at CLEVELAND OHIO Fort Snelllng but had one hard trip over to this country We were forty eight IXS m days on the ship and did not get to go ashore all the way I thought I would die housed up so long We were at sea thirteen days before making a stop the first being at Gibral- Â¬ tar where we took on coal It was a fino place We were oleven days without seeing land and- - the sea was terrible rough k most of the time and you don t know DO C74AaiiHjJ how sick I wre 30 sea sick that I could tM hardly see at times but soon got all nnmPirn I I right 70 tn Sw jo en Wo made four or five Btope on tho MjtTMg PliQ way but most of them were Btnall places OW sVsHHMyaaftM Port Said and Gibraltar being the two most important and finest places we saw A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and They had both the measles and the mumpa on board the ship Well 1 had EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN the measles and they liked to killed me but the mumps did not hurt mo a little CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED bit I had the measles while on the TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS ship and was in the hospital seven diyn JAMES F BALURD SofaPromletor 310 Worth Main Street ST LOUIS MO I had the mumps since I with them got over- - here but did not stop going by A R Fisher Cloverport Kv For sale with them Well we are here now and saw a nico place when we saw Manila I have not ctvr Tins id OlTuS Mid to seen much of the city yet as we weie urllffMlb HliWY UY fUKltillT CO U wllhla 100 wllMf ChltM w will sad jmUU TOt there only three days Tho refit of tho caa tuali Jt at yaor trtlgkt dMt tad If foaad HlBJKCT TOlXABlSATiOS TlSrACTOBlVViACTLT i8 iUNUSlMTID KQtiL TO B11IU1KS PKBITCTtT time we have been running over the IARQAIN TOU VCR SAW THAT rxtaIL ATseo00 to 7100 tad THE ORANOEST p u rrtuu nft OUR SPECIAL PHICES389Q island following the natives up and nd fretghtxhargefl lew thptl00 sent wltU order guarding the towns we captured WF MAKPTHlStflP RilfinVWKOffsrACrorw cnicAOo utter jurm than moit We have done no fluhtinc yet but maaera put in ivu uoKHies LQIOSi OITIO rjpr IDUtft away tlxAi from tha Hit SaVsoned wood ticar ilest hat Money Can have heuid the bullets whistle till llulld Bad Sahara u Illustrated or Brewster SideDar Ward High Grade Screwed Rlm Sarvene Patent Tap 24 ounce Dally around us It has just been lucky tbut ttaooer iieaniy unea inn siae ana dack carcaini i aiauajruuaran ceea equal to any iiw w DUfnrrworic tsoarDiacic uearaanc greoa aTTT f iAitW we have not gotten into a scrap as there or Red LBBUtrlM r BaaaLalacr i imwi 93OOOII0URCPCCIAI I E turljboTjyeoapilwM or aarraw ttMk rail Iar1h lde aad hack farUUt vtarai has been a hot old time since we ar- Â¬ aarea caniL wrtaca aaUralUcra aad taafu aUARANTEnjWpjEARS nil iat lifetime mi TOU CAN MAKE SBOO OO This Year Belllnir OUR a p WRITE rOK TRtl BCGCTY CATALOOTJE Company M of my regiment DUaaiKS- - OHDBB ONE TO DAY TOU CAM SELL IT FOR ftOOOO DONT DELAY 33000 rived Addroeo SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL lost three men killed and two wounded Company C lost one man killed and two When 70a write mention this paper wounded I suppose you have read all about the fighting and also tuat the Filipinos could not use a gun and all such as that but the papers tell many things I m 1 1 They have killed lots of the volunteers and nearly as manyof our men the regulars as we have of them They have two good guns one something like ours and one a great deal worse which some times shoots a brass bullet and if it hits When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed you you are a goner Of course they to cure you It is the discovery of an eminent physician have not got as many guns aa we have No Knife No Interruption of Business I I think they have ono to about every live men and when one of them gets Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has killed another one takes his gun Those cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent morchan in not armed with guns have large knives and bows and arrows like the Indians and chief of the Chattanodga Firo Depaj tec- After years of suffering DONS PILE OIN My company caught one man with his tire ommended to roc The use of one box effected bow and arrow He made fight with us deans I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it and we were compelled to knock him -- ra suf- of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten down with the butt of a gun fertng with piles We are now in a small town guarding Price 100 Prepaid to any Address COLUMBIAN CYCLE i A BOs3y TO- - MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE hii PjinJri nwTrErPKBJT7l viyii uZh t PILE WmS rnw gH CURE Ives was in Manila Wo run them out awaaAWstttS of tho town and they pulled for tho we will send on 001 HIOH -- L brush suioict stwixa NAtMmt r depot and freight at your til Iaaasa Tho dovlls hide In the thicket and round Yanraneiaiiiine It esaetiy nearel reprornuvi wtgsF rfMtlr 1urtlr7 hlgk ISOOO aaMii iin Henderson I St Louis Rr Co Mil Lonis7ille x MI I airthn TOU STSB IISiRD Of 4 Till when we gat close up to them they OkSlTEST BtRflllS yr 1550 Bhoot at ua a fw tlmnH and run further rriikiMniOur Special Offer Price rime Card In Effect Dec4 18 li TS cents for each MO miles on to another hiding place Tiiey wont ISO pounds and the freight will rfrit OIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In your own home II and Sir we will return your 114 So any uy you are not satisfied W face ua very long in a pcrap hut M thero HAM III1UN1 MmMm al SI 10 SKOO SIIOO aal tritii r rll Sarlb4 I Or fr flwl Mckla CIIC IIAAI is ally slipping around and tushwhack- DESK nny iNe 4 No 4 IVo 40 ISISBO rrikl DROP offered by CABINET BURDIOK AW house lug lo he iliiui you cm count on them Is the greatest value ever fcrSSFSE V St IKlll oyery time 7 Man HfiSptn They are most all bare Â¬ BEWARE OF IMITATIONSvarious names with ertlsraenta ottering akwa nfclt andr Kvjns If 6ftMm a20itn 2Sifi footed and wear a white suit and it various Inducements Writ rrl4 la Ckittt s4 Lira wk are 7 IS Ilemlrrson 2 10 3 II BtLUSLI A10 WHO AM ROT HaskLtH HOI 711 3ZI would take a good horse to ratch them BURDICK asms kuiuiKK sum with tiik Sp iltsvillc II 7 71H 3 Ilriuls There is n rallrond that tuns from ono nsrscnorsoag haiiriiytiik h n iikit makkii in amkiiica V2 3 30 Wotihlntlon rilUM IHEllfAlSlAiaulAt end of tho island to tho other They -r Stanley 7 58 3 211 9 44 icrri HOKKT SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK gJKBwBT Orlfllth 8 01 3 21 get ahead of us and tear tin the track can ii v ID one Illustration shows machine eloeod headdrop Mattlnzly 3 20 8U7 r Owensboto t er ping from slKht to tie used aa a eur UK tear bridges down burn lltll t towns and 4 00 3 44 Rl with fuU length table and head In place for sewlnc Itwi Iatct 363 S27 and iisaasi Iafaaw ld itiliUa frms carved paneled embossed cas take everything they can as thoy go Powers JorKocltport Ind 8 f 8 4 01 pulls rests on 4 418 decorated cabinet Itnlshflnest nickel drawer 86 waitnun 413 ters bt bearing aajusiaoie treaaie genuine amjya iron vuu Thoro is lota of fruit here but they vibrat 52 4 19 4 31 finest Unt Illsk Ar kd positive four motion feed self threading tension Lewisport ing shuttle autoaatle bobbin winder adjusuble bearings patent tl I Falcon dont allow us to eat much of It They 428 KSJ k UDeraior lraproToa 1000 wurvi wijumuiv Ietrie 900 433 say it 1b not healthy in this climate carrier patent needle bar patent dress guard head Is handsomely d Mora lea Ilawresvllle dkllffif NIOKEL TnirrtlVIED hIhIm BMtiM for Cannelton ft Tell City 913 4 40 4 60 4 rwl GUARANTEED tk lltttil ril r There is not much farming laud here Irll Instruction Book teiu Skllimin 4 49 48 J 23 tiitknt irrik4 s4 mnany of fancy work howanyonecanranlt anddoelthertitaln orsent kind every machine The principal crop is rice They have ft 00 Shops 935 607 Is with A80YKAil8 BINDINO GUARANTEE b 40 6 03 Cloverport 610 IT rnJTQ Vnil NflTHINn tOMoandesamlne this machine eomnarelt tine gardens and raise about tho same U 52 Holt 61 6 20 with those yourstorekeeperaellsat 4000 Addison II 965 618 to BOOO and then SO convinced iriiirti S1SOO te f 1000 pr that you do in America til tn wllkl tkr vAuvTfilie ir Stephensport 625 622 100 rrlkt HHl Ik JlfjfjO w DlUTa Sears Tnrn alt A Co are thoroughly reilaDie Kditor Htinus Sample Roebuck Well we havo been here over two 10 08 5 10 5 42 llls OBDIttTO Ull MiTT 6 31 10 13 Address SEARS ROEBUCK MU UtlC unicago in llerce weeks I have Boen some hard times I odlburg 1U22 6 42 543 1030 Webster 560 6M and some good ones since I left home When you write rfentlonthis paper 1038 IrvlnKton 603 567 but have no kick coming yet Guston 1062 603 010 Illl Ufa iisi msii Wn sin 1100 Ekron 610 618 lawsas xranpwsawiT They dont have much idea how long RATC8 The most tontr llu located 1110 Hrandenburir 626 617 f e2VPtR0AY 6 31 otallntlkwclty 1119 Ixmir Hrsnch this rackot is going to last but dont asyasa IW Hock Haven 6 40 1128 630 think it will be over very soon I had Willow Dale 6 45 1134 Howard 1143 662 better bring my letter to a close for Wast Point 645 1160m 065 Kentuckv Street 12 2pm 70 715 this time as I have written about all I Louisville Union Dep Ar 1235pm 7 45pm 73cam Write and tell can think of just now me anything you want to know about WEST HOUND the Philippines o 41JN0 43 JNo 45 These fow lines leave mn woll and hope they will find you all enjoying the Iouliville Union Dep Iv 7 45am 4 60pm 1 35pm Kentucky St teet 755 same blessing I have mado several 845 603 West Point 537 918 o2 blots and mistakes but maybe you can Howard 829 6 40 8 3f Willowdale 6 48 understand what I mean Rock Haven 8 43 931 553 B I ong Branch This is for you and Marion both An- Â¬ S60 600 8 69 944Hrandenburir 609 From swer soon Kkron 6 18 908 9 51 SEND NO MONEY ln I WlfS Henderson Route- rrl 11 Slr w THE nVUKVliWrl IdjO MSH w -- I i 3l ViSMt Jr f Â¬ ndrf it 1 1 1 - WHJStfciwi3inLLEtKY - ClIARLtB Company C Third Infantry Parsnip Complexion It does not require an expert to de tect the sufferer from kidney trouble The hollow cheeks the sunken eyes the dark pully circles under the eyes the sallow parsnip colored complexion indi- Â¬ cates it A physicion would ask if you had rheumatism a dull pain or ache in tho back or over tho hips stomach trouble desire to urinate often cr a burning or scalding in passing it if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must bo at once repeated or if tho urine has a brick dust deposit or Btrong odor When theso symptoms are present no time Bhould be lost in removing the cause Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of the bladder infllamation causing stoppage and sometimes requiring the draw Â¬ ing of tho urine with instruments or may run into Brighte Disease the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist is a positive remedy for Buch diseases Ita reputation is world wide and it is so easy to got at any drug store that no one need Buffer any length of time fpr want of it Howeyer if you prefer to first test ita wonderful merita mention the Bbecken bidoe News and write to Dr Kilmer and Co Binghamton N Y for a sample bottle and book telling nil about it both sent absolutely free by mail Â¬ Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap V OOVYG K 2 and 3 Ply and Steel Cap rHaSii J5w Ready iauion Holt Roofing Cloverport Shops bkllman LoJiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport iuiton Irvington Webster 9 16 9 21 6 26 6 41 6 51 9 57 1002 08 1014 10 932 9 40 9 47 9 51 0VI 7 7 7 7 7 7 1000 707 712 20 21 27 39 43 51 1024 10 31 104 1U0C 026 1046 10 49 1018 0 22 10 33 1 s aa Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement for Cannelton Hawesvlltr lAiwijpoit Waitinan nlciin 1059 1108 Prtrle Tell City 10 111 41 60 10 56 1104 804 812 818 8 27 8 33 8 42 1119 11 itf 1139 11 Write for Prices and Catalogue Powers t forJKoclcport Owensboro Mattingly GrifTuh SEND ONE DOLLAR i M Pates 1110 Indj 1119 1130 1140 1151 853 9 05 9 16 9 21 9 25 9 32 68pm 4lAAAAVAAWAAAAAkAAIAV AVAAV Stanley WotthWton Head Spottsville Uaskets Henderson Evansvllle St Louis 1166 1159im 12 12 12 12 1 07pm 22 45 12 15am 12 20 li If V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ar 7 1232 9 47 1239 954 12 65 1010 15 10 40pm 125 32pm 7 20am 939 2J rrlinltttll HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nos 45 and i6 have Pullman ltuflet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Evansvllle and bt Louis without change Noj 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass eng r Ccachj and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville Evanvillc and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 43 have Patlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with- Â¬ out change H C MOPDUE A G P A Tnnlville Kv Ilk V flil JJ Â¬ Why Suffer Agony PEEPAEED TO PEACTICE CASES IN BANKETJPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS L Ii Si L TIME TABLE No 10 h FordsviMe Branch TAKING EFFEOr West Bound Trains 3PT 19 1898 0 Bast Bound Train tNo 3 tNo 4 tNo3 tNo5 7 08 7 19 7 28 7 45 STATIONS OPFIOB BCAKDI3rSBTJKC3Slow Railroad Services Argentine Republic the service of In trains ia appallingly irregular chleily owing to the bad state of the permanent way which when onceiahl is left to take care of itself The permanent way in some parts of the lino is in such a dilap itated condition that almost every train is thrown off tho rails This astounding fact is contained in a recent report of the railway company concerned The rate of travelling too is astonishing At one spot on a local line no train evor travels faster than two and a half miles per hour One may vary the monotony of the journey by getting out and taking a quiot stroll along the line or stopping to pick up pretty flowers there is no foar that the train will catch you up- Unless a woman eats sufficient nourish ing food she can neither gain or keep a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health all strength and all beauty HEROINE will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price A R Fisher 50 and 75 eta Â¬ Patronize Home Industry Despite the fact that a number of our prominent citizens our most prominent citizens indeeddo not practice what they preach the obligation nevertheless rests upon the remainder of us who reside in Louisville to patronize whenever possiole our own merchants our own manufac- Â¬ turers and our own tradesmen It may be added that the obligation is not sentimen tal It is as purely a matter of business aa the paying of debts Jt has been pretty well settled by the results of experlenco that no community can make continuous material progress without the practice of local reciprocity The local manufacturer in most instan- Â¬ ces must have a local market before he can secure a wider one The local retail- Â¬ er must find a local demand for all of his wares or terminate his business career in The local tradesman must bankruptcy find a local demand for his own time and for that of his workmen or move on In the case of the merchant it must be said that no groat mercantile establishment can be built Up in any community unless there is local patronage to sustain its am- Â¬ bitious efforts in every direction It is not suflicent to the development of such an establishment that it receive but par tall support of its energy and enterprise in bringing comprehensive stocks to the local market Buch a store could not grow if local consumers of its goods supplied a part of their neetb at homo and Went abroad for the remainder The same principle runs through all the business transactions of every commu- Â¬ nity Every center of population must conserve ita o wn business forces end ageu cles or disintegrate It must attract cap- Â¬ ital and labor by demonstrating that it will contribute to the profit of both by ita own patrooago at the very least It must supply its own needs ho far as possible be Â¬ fore going abroad Upon no other basis of local trade relationship has any com- Â¬ munity anywhere ever grown and pros nered It Id a nollcv that must be svBtem- T 11- ll jiuidudu In ajuuioviiiu If VlllO UliV iu nlaHI II nbivaur n is to achieve its logical destiny among the municipalities of the south Application of a like ppllcy to the trade relationship of he larger community known as the state is equally essential to the growth and progress of the common- wealth and this is a subject that will bear t a1 t f A1-ndt 1inal am m values uiouuooiuu Uk HIO lUduUUUlllJg state commercial convention The whole state needs to get together and to plrJ as other states have Buccesef oily planned for its development J by the employment of all Of the forces within itself and 2 by the attraction of strength from abroad The natural resources of Kentucky fur Â¬ nish great encouragement for effort a long both lines They need only to bo supplemented by determined concert of action by our own people to count boa ily for the states growth in commerce manufactures imd population Louis Â¬ ville Commercial - KHISrTTTaKZY VrAVVVkSVVVVrVwAV K04 fK 25 6 45pm 10 50am 111 1124 1131 1150 1167 752 12 Iv Irvington Ar Hardirtburg Kirk lolly Glendcane Kockvale Askins Oaks Garfield Harned 9 Mian 5 45pm 835 8 24 815 8 01 7 54 7 42 09pm rVyvrVVAVVVVVrVVVVV 850 900 918 113 915pm 120 Dally 1230 1255 105 arPallsItoughv 715 6M ArKordtvtllelv 644 636 6 30ao 5 09 5 00 4 46 4 39 4 27 4 10 3 38 3 29 620 321 315pm YOU DON CHEMICAL COMPANY out the natives their houses Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot irvington with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsville branch Trains a 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos s nd 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4s 43 and 44 It CHATTANOOQA TENN It would look funny to you all to see most of them made of bamboo This wood is one of the great- Â¬ est things in this country for building purposes There are a few stone houses All the churches are built ot stone They haye some of the finest 1 It is said there are about ever saw three hundred here in Manila They are mighty good Christians and have their churches fixed up very fine The bamboo houses are fine besides they are bo cool and nice The first attack we made on the nat- - GET MORE in any other Safety Comfort 13 A Packet Line Fait Mall Line Between In thcTwtCK-A-WEK- K COUKIER p Itl JUX1V JimJLTXJJlU Tho great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of tho generative organs of either bo ST such as Nervous Prostration Falling or Lost Manhood Imnoteney Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental worry eioesHlvo dbb of Tobacco or OdI Jm which lead to Consumption and Inaamtv With evnrv 6 order we guarantee to onro or refund tho money Sold at 91 OO per box 1CTCB tlClUB AriCnUOlNDi O bozos for CUU3UCA CO CIOTelaudVOhlo For sale by Short HaynebDrnggiBte Cloverport Ky -rrfwa fi 028 paper published quantity lOUKNALthan both In quality and Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS HEALTH - LVJOQLiTY 500lIaOTTS ETMerVaaTaaVa lWL t3 The TwicbaWksk Courikr Jouknal is the equal of many dallies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good class matter more good class matter than any other Is- Â¬ sued Wednesday and Saturday A good commls sion to agents Sample copies free on application Write to E G RAGON F M Ryan Master W A Bishop Parser COURIER JOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY TARASOON DL R pERVOUSWEAK DISEASED MEN 2 NO CURE NO PAY THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT K will poi original with Dn K tlvely cure forever any form of JUood or Sexual illieate It Is the result of 30 yean experience in tho treatment of these diseases Fenny Msster L T Conner Parser BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN QKT TELL CITY n Bsllsrd Master W B Newbell Parser F R WILDER Fourth St Louisville ky JMHARPINl Brandenburg Ky HARDIN WILDER the Tha mi Breekenrldge News AND TUB Twice-a-Wee- k P D STAGGS Every Wednesday and Thursday after IN iDUIUPTniU 111 InWinUlUn Eourth Monday In Each Month Difficult work cuch aB Bridges and CrownB a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed IDElSrTISTS vijmi 5 WE CURE SYPHILIS This terrible Blood Poison tho terror of mankind yields readily to our NEW liewaro of Mercury TUEAIMKMT Potash etc Thoy may rain your system It you have sores in tho mouth or tongue pains in tho Joints soro throat hair or eyonrows railing ouipimpiuaur uiuicu aehoi etc you havo tho secondary sUgo Wa solicit tho of this Hloo1 loison inqst obntlnato cases six Jhalleoge the world for it caeo wo accent for treatment and csnnot euro lly our treatment the ulcers heal tho hair grows again pain disappear tho skin becomes healthy and marriago Is noislblo uud suf o LADIES Courier Journal Both One Year for v DO ONLY Thlt is for cash subscriptions All snbicrlp tions under this combination offer must Ui sent through the office of the onlv BY 125 Dally eioept Saturday between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Freight shipped by this lino delivered quick Â¬ er thsn by rail Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodations Tho best oulinary ar employed as oooks and tho menu Is equal to that of tha best hotels Oenerat offloei 176 and 170 4th Avenu Louisville D L PENNY W W HITI Supt Pros O V Williams T P A Owensboro Ky SENPU ONE DOLLAR UU FOWUIMIUl JOUVOU IHllUlOUtMllUKI IO UwlU kttut uuriUJuwaiDiiKcnicD MiiiaraatiD You can examine It at rour Detroit f rsLrbt danoL and U itmlaaU If you nn4 t exactly aa repreaented equal to organ that retail at Denerinan lkouu liboDu the greateit raJuyoueTerawai freight agent eat ororana adverUMdbxoUien Kre laoi pay the 0 iiaiwarKi cbtniii on niVc ddipc yc ic nub than mi 1 iv uun oi mint ou hhkii iiiuu one Halt the aiji - I-- pneoonarg ii d by others Bach aa offer waaneTertoadepeforei THE IPUC nilCCU laoneoftneaMteartUaa4iMtUaila ULllt Illl IWfliv U engrareatrumeuUeTermadalTomtheluaitrauoa Qownwsicn it direct rrompnoiogreDaTiF Id rum fd ot lu intuuN MadofronlSol Ouartartawed Oak antlma miUhhatufKmelTdooora aaBWaMMMMIaafBaMW laudoraainnUdTataiat IBB9atlei TUI iC8 y VM 4 rtel a inches hlirh It lochai loiur lulnrkea wide and relxbs AM poimd con tuna ffP ownuupiuau f veuiuar- Uleaatafrta rrSaalalfwtaaa4 Tea Triklc 1 Tm iraaAOnnSatlA BU QaaUlrEMaL lft11111ran OrckMtrat TeaW Muaaiarr n i - LMflgBnUJUl UMW S nl a 1M41IU II I rriBNBHaaBarSSalBsaBVn affv UMI I iruti It iiuMiHe fch ItUMt rrlMlfal Bwai It aVT CU VOURlHtfPftNG PROXY BRECKINRIDGE NEWS WBTaMPvlitll9 CURES GUARANTEED Thousands of young anil tnUdlcngcd men havo their yuror and vitality rapped py oariy auucB iicr wvwo worry etc No matter the cauto our MHhexperience 1 fcfclldrf 60 YEARS Mrflir ti 1 Vv jpSm r kufl TlaraPuJ HaMaaasnlaH P usi tllt Doyou want an articlothat you cannot get in your own town butislndldd by a big concern in Louisville If so drop a letter staling your noeds to MISS ADOIE G I P WECUREIMPOTENCY mt in nnrmal CAnal tlon J mUlUOn JIIB uu euvillj nu iv nqwod and ono feels himself a man among men Kvery case is treateu indi vidually no euro all hence our wonder- Â¬ ful success No matter what alls you Â¬ consult us confidentially Wo san fur nish bank bonds to f usrantoe to accom plish what wa claim m Â¬ aS rriit rii 1 iir ilBlBUM nVtlk4 -- VJIJtuEj rill ltMtll TnAr Marks Anrftni SnvAn trtMi ant riArtintlnn ma qulokly ascertain our opinion free whether aa Cominunlea Invention Is probably patentable tlons strict IroonOdentlal Handbook on teienu sent free Oldest agency for securlng patents IatanU taken throuau slunn ft Co rocolvo special notlf without chargo In tho COPYRiaHTS DcsiaNa 4c L Um QUEEN Intheblghwtlrrado lutnunenta THE Ml g MaeCan4TiHaauaaaiaohttllfefeltileathert J UWiywq v WVtllHVtevr oth t pfrMllow also fitted with ltnaJau atock ltUirlQTUTM THB fffaalOzlibrraAd French mirror nJosel uu iramaa ud ararr modarn ImnmramanL ata rfti1 hAJidaama onrivn atoal and th hAAtnrtts eB1 esalKMipiJ JlMiKj2 MwlMllTMflllaaaaW I faTaTB IiViBTaTal a 1 vrtajenMadli gvaranietk ay ua tense atdiosaiaioni efw fJrHWfPggYEAf i sieuwrei wilin Haued eTryBfaaaaaaBcaaaaaaMaTjjt1 with HaataVBaakaEaBBiBwati BILTrriS ESTABL1SHE U your nawFoor aDom oe fthki papr erketropolltaa Natlanal blofka oU mi roe Chloagoi ot Oermaa Xxebanm Bank Bank of ibe BepueUe or Hank of Oomm twsm iSiHa3aaBuC4iFaTBaipalKi Kiirrjr r haTaeKGeaHhiaSIxe12Dkaa sw h tl 4M Mraaa2LKSMaeTeBihapaBiavi nAtaiwamTHBeSBleetP9eaiBiWliLBliaK ltiiolrlie4JlaB JaMaHaliaeCBTTlRillBTaBal afleilHnHBsklii aaa jt tm w 250000 Wa i CURED EMISSIONS -- v-r DITTO rest and curat rmtIOTUHKiMl0TKNtfiK0HEy IMIAINB unnAtuiiAi iiiipuiABU Lrv jiuuun NSUfTATipN Purchasing Agent A handsomely Illustrated weekly Trsest elr milrlmi nf inr aetentlflA Inurnal Terms a vaaui four months SL Hold brail newsdealers scKMinc imcricati rMKftSai yilKK UDAbloJo if I9l9 BrooKc Streetr Kyi ilM4CowItraoon Sffloo tW 4Ev vmt BAi i V Bt Washluaton - New York IX O Mil tQt wri la for Louisville flsm Kennedys Kergan W Fourth J 32CINCINNATI O St r aKB A aAfa wyaeBBBr4BSej XR rENNYRIYAL PILLS m j BhoowiUrglidryJlurfaiBliyoia I I I cBktvua KsueUak SM WaaaetU Braa V miulrta nosklll toopor music ot lands orches tral vocalists or Instru mental soloists There Is nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so calc4 Ullklntf machines reproluce only rcoonlsof cutHtnittlrtod subjects sclally prepareil In a laboratory but the Graphophouq On tha is not limited to such performances Oraphophoue you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of tha voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions at dear and brilliant b and KJ caIJ 1ai 4rwn 71 t1t P tUntifiHnfMl erthe patents ot BelLTatnter Xduwn and Macdoojud Our establUbment Is kemt anartore ar ttia warld forTalklacMacblnMtuwl faiiumaiaciuaeoappiws ivnteioscauugtme nto It and reproduce tho Â¬ Â¬ Most fascinating Inven Â¬ tion of theatre Alwojs rvudy to entertain It ClMAAMtt e Maw York op tuiruMat maar eatalogua Addreaa r Me WrLea aaaaataM aUa iabvtfing CIL HWAfWlAPrl Nff 30 aSMf taaica nuatU aarclwjicsiawiK hhimiak AX Druiia siwt vm 010 Penniylvanla Avenue WMklrigtoh D O fini liiianiiilil1rMi V B 2TW1ILU saw h Oil iutMses uaaaa VltMliaJ tm 7 M Tarli IL m to nmv WlitarUnlu VUHH S4 NwYork OhIco v Phlkdelphl4u t WMzatctZixri wLlfmVtrt 8tLouk mnm a VU y atf Ucat UvtuUu uTssTtfC Baltimore WMblmctoa SoJplQ iM- Ki aiA til BWpr WnTTTT- - fttj-t-t- mi kWKBBBSSBBMSBS53KAWmmmmm tifirrnTT iiim -- - - - t - TTTTi i7v fjw w7 - - -- w7-y jwreypjjqipjMjaflejewaflHajaaaEaaMBjajaBBaS irr jiik iwuiiwijTTpawfTiW1llPgiyWBWBBiiiii rr - pll nifi glJpipjUIWJIlU nnnW wmgiiiimmni J gqiiiM vw TT Fyfpyiwr vr VyjPf vig jnyv MMgpJBfJjayWTP1 IiT w jB iVJ BANK -OF B P BEARD PreHidfiit WILL MILLER VIcflrealdenL M II HEARD Crwtlrr HKAIll MOURN ESKUIDGK K M JOLLY VV PIMPLES nlio has bean tnklntf UASUAltllTS and tboy Imvo all tllsanpcarud I bad been troubled with constipation for Bonio tlmo but utter tnk if Ilia rirst Ctutcarot I havo bad no trouble with thM ailment Wo cannot Btcal loo high Â¬ ly of CaxcarutM Pitkin Wahtman 6T08 Oormantown Ave Philadelphia Pn illy wlfb lind pimple on lirr face but 0 DIRECTORS 1 li CANDY nillr CATHARTIC INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS TKADI MARK iOHN A BISHOP President DAN ORILEY Vice President RIOISTtaiO f BASSETT Cashier likI lletinnt Nc7cr TnlaUblo Totent Taste Slcuon Wc ikcn or Orlpe 10c flood HclUe IK Strrllnt Grayson County Bank KSTAHMSHED 1 iU 1 lMa7 Calesv ftrll Iftw Teri Ill riinranlccd by UUAIj 8olJ amitiVUK Tobacco alldrui ulsta to Habit llfMT CURE CONSTIPATION 834 Lcitclificld Kentucky Capital Stock irf nT f JEFF JOLLYS PHILOSOPHY r 1 100000 Paid in 10000 Cmkton Mills May 17 18m EuiTon Nkws In speaking of wisdom and how it is brought ibout I will say that no one can too highly appreciate the magic power of the press or too greatly depreciato its abuse Newspapers have become the threat highway of that intelligence which ex ens a controlling power over a nation catering the eveiy ilay food of the mind Show mo an Intelligent family of boyd and girls and I will show you a family where newspapers books and periodicals are plenty Nobody who haa been without theso tutors can know their educat ing power for good or for evil Tapers and books are really the teach ere guides and law givers of the world today Their influence is very much like that of a companion to which we are attached Hence it is of more con sequence to kuow what cliisa to avoid than whut to choose for good books aro as scarco as good companions and in both instances all we can leain from bad ones is that so much time has been worse than thrown away We should chooeo our books as we do our friendb for their sterling and intrinsic merits not or the accidental cir- Â¬ cumstances in their favor for with books as with men it seldom happens that their performances are ful y equal to their pretensions nor their capital to credit Indeed our education is by no means the product of organized schools Our hired teachers and printed books are not all that act on our powers to deyelop them Life is one grand school and its etery circumstance a teacher Society pours in its influence upon us like the thoueand streams that flood the ocean We shall at all times chance upon men of profound and recondite acquirements but whose qualifications from a lack of practical application on their owners pari are us utterly useless to them as though they had them not But what I was goini to say Ah we should always seek the companionship of the best class of people so we Bhould always seek the companionship of the Some books we should best books make our constant companions and asso Â¬ ciates Others we should receive only as occasional acquaintances and visitors Some we should leave behind us fotever Some are full of depravity and we should shun them as we would the actu- Â¬ al vico3 which they represent Some books we should keep in our hands and lay on our hearts whilo the best we could dispose of others would be to throw them into the fire I have often heard it said that one could more truly judge a man by the books that ho Teads than by the com Â¬ pany which he keeps for his associates are in a measure imposed upon him but his reading is the result of choice and the man who chooses a certain class of books and papers unconsciously becomes more given in the vfews and opinions as expressed by them and tho mind be- Â¬ comes trained to their way of thinking I never will forget tho remark a school teacher of mine made to his pupils He said one could live a life time and get no instruction but as soon as he began to look for wisdom it is given to him Even in the pursuits of practical every- Â¬ day life numberleB instances are con- Â¬ stantly arising to aid in mental training One hook read thoroughly and with careful reflection will do more to improve tho mind and enrich the under- Â¬ standing than skimming over the surface of a whole library Tho more one reads in a busysupetlidal manner the worse it is for him It is like loading the Btom ach with a great quantity of food which lies there undigested It onfeebles the intellect and sheds confusion over ail the operations of the mind We should read with discrimination The world is full of bookB no small por tion of which are either worthless or de-Â¬ cidedly hurtful in their tendency And as no man lias time to read everything he ought to make a selection of the ablest and best writers on the subject which he wishes to investigate and dis miss wholly from his attention the en- Â¬ tire crowd of unworthy and useless ones One hour of thorough close applica- Â¬ tion to study does more to Invigorate and improve the mind than a whole week spent in the ordinary exercise of its powers Sometimes I catch myself rushing ovor pages of valuable matter because at a glanco Beems to be dull and I hurry along to eee how the story if it be a story is to end That way of reading is wrong We should read slowly and carefully and with reflection The most learned men do not always make tho best of teachers The lawyer who has achieved a classical education is not always the most successful The men who have wielded power have not alwaTsbeou graduates I am told that Briadley and Stephen son did not leam to read and write until Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INTEREST PAID OK TIHE DEPOSITS k - ri - r tWii l AMERICAN Field Fencing fence that always keeps its shape because its built that way A Nothlnc but large sire heavily galvanlred wire made of best llessemet steel used in its con ftruction same In all the so different styles made turns all Unds of stock and leave the tocle unharmed while the fence stands strong and sturdy ZWfjrfAF I THIS hinge joint makes an ad justable fence and pre- vents stav hendinr wlrps from iiiiiu maKcs as nrnt a fence in summer as in win ter and preventsstay wire from being displaced 1IIA1 SXkS Theres no fence that excels it and few if any as good Manufactured by AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO FOB BALE BV PITTSBURG PA R S BANDY Agent A IRVINGTON KY Office In Rear of Moorman Drug Store Owens Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds ol Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE H CASPERKE Jewelry and Insurnncc BBAKDBNBURG Shorthand BIT 3yE AIX Pull courses 26 cash or you can pay 100 OR tlonVt MiiW Penmanship Etc taught KENTUCKY 200 PER MONTH tn-i blanks fkbs The principal ol this schoo it tlieuutlior of the leading system ol bookkeeping which I usril in thousands of public and private schoult including the pulyic schools ol New York anil other 1 irge cities The leading system of Shorthand i Uught Studtnts from every State You t ir griduate in Your si ark time be fl ever so little Sikciau iradnatrs assisted to position KATK1 TOTHOIB UIIO SKND KOK CAKALOOUHS AT ONCE SCHWARTZ SCHOOL ai ja West Jefferson St Loulavllle Ky SEND US ONE DOLLAR liZE art 1HJ fltfn Mch grada UKHKUTOIK COIL A3D WOOD iinu hiuiK oy ireigbiuu l uDjecctOfliuninmiioa r taiuiutj ii at your freight diMit and If fjunJ irfect aaj Ik irtal Mara IUIL UAH MS Mi Uarvelt ot a Graphopbone One of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Grapbophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any In Constipation HEKB1NE affords a Bound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or natural healthful remedy acting promp ly A few small doses will usually be vocal music and vary it every evening found to so regulate the excretory funct- Â¬ On the Graphophone ono can record the ion that they are able to operate with- human voice or any Bound and reproduce It at once You can keep the voiceB of Price 60 cents out any aid whatever your friends to be heard whenever you A R Fisher wish Graphophones made for Lome A Hotel in a Graveyard entertainment can be bought aa low as One of tho largest hotels in Central 10 Writo for cntalogus 30 to the Am rica and by far the largest in Belize Columbia Phonograph Co No 019 Honduras is surrounded by tombstones Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O It was erected about 30 yearn ago In or- Â¬ The Alethuselahs of the Forest der to meet a want which had long been felt by tourists The ages attained by some of thecon As this old and abandoned cemetery ifarae are scarcly less extraordinarylban was located in the center of the town and their colossal bulk The greatest Ion afforded an excellent site for a hotel the gevity assigned to any tree is perhaps nocessary permission was obtainod from credited to tho celebrated taxodium of the proper authorities and in less than a Ohapultepec in Mexico one hundred year a large and handsome hotel of wood- Â¬ and seventeen feet in circumference en material occupied the greater part of which is thought to exceed in age the the ground which had for very many baobab of Senegal inferred to be five years been used on a place of interment thousand one hundred and fifty years eld In Lombardy there is a cypress tree When Weak Weary and Wasted which ia said to have been planted in the from Kidney Disease why not try Fo year of our Saviors birth in eyen leys Kidney Cure a guaranteed medi an ancient record that There it was growing cine A R Fisher Oloverport E A fn the time of Julius Caesar Near the Witt Hardinsburg- ruins of Palenque are trees whoso age is estimated to be from our thousand to six ODD LITTLE FACTS thousand years The mammoth tree has A ton of old rags is worth about 50 to I been estimated to live four thousand a rag dealer years in California The barking of a dog on the earth can be distinctly heard by a balloonist at an Mint Production elovatioa of four miles The various United States mints turned Natives of Ceylon believe the cocoanut tree will not grow out of reach of the out 14000000 in new coin during March the exact total being 1457207301 the sound of the human voice Birmingham turns out eyery week largest coinage for many months The greater part ol this was in gold 9550200 300000000 buttons 4000 miles of wire of being in double eagles12105120 in half diifVrent sizes five tons of hairpins 500 eagles and 516240 in single eagles tons of nutsand 20000 pairs of spectacles Â¬ thry were twenty yearn old yet tho one gave England her railroads and tho oth ur tier canals Tho great inventor is one who lias a kod forth upon tho Industrial world not from tho university hut from the hov and not clad in silk ami iWked with honors but clad in coats Ullled rnttnii and grimed with Boot and oil It is not known perhnps or at lea I canlflnd out from my hlslnrhn Or Itotn any person where he who invenlcd tho plow was born or whom he died Yet he has flcted inoro firthn happiness of tlui world I think than thu wholo rate of heroia uud conquerors who drenched it in tears and blood whose bit tli parentagn and education have been handed down to us with a precision proportionate to tho mischief they have done Mankind ones more of its real happiness to this humble inventor than to 80100 of themost acute minds in the realm of literature Education indeed accomplishes won- Â¬ der in fitting a man for the work of success but we sometimes forget that it is of moro consequence to havo the mind well disciplined rather than richly stored dtrong rather than full Every day we see men of high culture defeated in the raco of life by the up Â¬ start who cannot spell The practical dunce outstrips the theorizing genius Education may be right or wrong good or bad Reason may grow strong in error and revel in falsities The heart msy grow in vicj and the passions ex Â¬ pand in misrule If it comes to us through the medium of pnjudico or through the gothic walls of thu college or the common schools of thu country it will smell of the lamp It is not what a man eats but what he digests that makes him strong not what he gains but what ho saves thut makes him rich So it Is not what he reads or hears hut what he remembers and ap- Â¬ plies that makoB him learned He who knows men and how to deal with them has been educated There cannot be a grander theme to engioss the attention of ull class e than that subject which has to do with the training of tho intellect The subject of education is fraught with a deep interest to all who havo a just appreciation of its merits and I think it should be of inter- Â¬ est o all within the pale of clvllizilion I haye given this subject a serious consideration and I am persuaded to believe that the days when a man could get rich by plodding along without an education and without taxing his brains have gone by Mero industry and economy are not enough there must be original thought also Very truly yours Jefferson D Jolly A discovery which Perpetual Youth it is claimed solves tho problem of clrcumventlngold ago has Jmt been made publfo by Trot Joseph It llawloy and Alox O Wiener of theChlcag i JltuluiU School Tho return to youth it is asserted Is produced by livpodnraito injnttlons of the lymphatic fluid of aiiliiinln parliculnrv young goatn Th dlacovpry was made a year ago and Biihsqnont ncret dHininntrAtlons of Its elllcacy aro aasertud Tho general thoory of the discovery is that if the mineral de p tits which accumulate in tho process of I f i can bo replaced with tho life cells coulalned in thu lymphatic glands of goat dsteriortlnn of the bones will bf prevented and elasticity ahd VJUth will b t retained in thu Byntim much longer Tho discovery was made by Prof B F Rib rU who ip uu thirty yeans in exper imenting in thy theoiy S YOUR FENGE AN EESORE a H11UIII Is it an old picket I c e K -- u - Does it detract from tho beauty ot your lawn Aro yon ashamed of 5 m it 2 fs Cheapest because It is Heat It is Best because it is Cheapest infiinV ORNAMENTAL and adds beautv to anv nlaco Ifjt crnrM nnlntn nrn Beauty LkhtneBS of r Construction Htren b Durability anu its Lasttnvi qualities it is ouuton ecionuuc principals Every partot UBtronguiuu Thero no strain and ton years after it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed the other part There is are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and In cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of tho most oxpensivo iron fences and beats them all in appearance CtovRroRTKr May t 899 Tin Owkhsdoho Knci Com What tho Editor Gentlemen The Williams lence more than pleases me It Is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever It enhances tba appearanca of thig ofmr yard and discounts the other wire and Iron fences in the city I never got grerier yalue turn rnoney In ro llle Pa Dor Snva t Many old Bol liors now feel the effects Believe me JNO D BAUUAUll of the hard service thry endured during It speaks for itself Call around and seo the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages residence tho war Mr Geo 8 Anderson of Ross W T BARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky villo York county P un who saw the hnrdest kind of oi rvica at tho front is -- IW mEi 7iiLiuiaaivis ror i3Tce --- --- II so you had bet laotrln In have a Ua 1W new one put u Â¬ now frequently troubled with rheuma- Â¬ tism I had aeovoro attack latoly he sas and secured a bottle of Chamber- Â¬ lains Pain Balm It did me bo much good thatI would like to know what you would charge me for one dozen bot- Â¬ tles Mr Anderson wanted it both for his own uso and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as every family should havo a bottle of it in their homes not only for rheumatism but lame back sprains swt llings cuts bruit s and bums for which it is uni quplled For Bale by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell man Stephensport The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine Without A Nerveless Chinese A North China paper says tho quality Â¬ of ueryelessness distinguishes the Chi Â¬ naman from the European The China man pan write all day work al day stand - -- r l in one position til day waavebeat gold iw1 carve ivory do infinitely tedious jobs for It has Doering Roller and Ball Bearing in o very Bearing of the Harvester insuring light draft and ever and ever aid discover no more wear iness and irritation than if he were a ma durability Ab well as being agent for the Binder I have a large Btook of chine This quality appears in early life There are no restless naug ity boys in Chine They am all appallingly good and will plod away in school without recesses or recreation of auy kind The Chinaman Always on hand and can give you just what vou want in a few minutes You will not have to wait until I can do without exercise Sport or play send to tho factory for them as I make it a point to keep repairs to supply every ono at a moments notice seems to him bo much waste of laborHe and to bo ready to help you whenever you need help can sleep any where mid ra ting machinThis is no idle boast You know me and you know I mean just what I say Come in and let me ery deafening uproar equalling children show you my stock I have everything you need on the farm at the lowest price possible for first class and quarreling adults He eta sleep on goods Dont buy until you see my stock and get my prices the ground on the fl m on a bed on a chair or in any position Fault uydnm timri k Â¬ DEERING REPAIRS Â¬ J W PATE The f McQuady Ky 4 i Breckenridge News FOR ONE YEAR AND A 500 Oxford Teachers Bible n s M Y -fj Htw ifiJuu Q h JU -- ar r -- i f f ittidwtory you ever umt or hfanl fpa J ihti Mtriinr KPKCI1L iUKUaur run 1300 Mfg mzL2m lli leu the It CO wbitk ron ovn mo FREE tnt with or STOVE CATALUUUfc dar or SHOD and freltfhl chances This stova la slwNo1 OTtnls iHiiiiii sopisiJiHi mds rrom dbi pig iron asr larics flubs heavy covers bevy Untos and irralM lirffs oven shelf fieav tin lined oven door bandsomo nickel plated ornamentations and trlrnmfnirs ostra derp lrit larire genuine 8tu4lk swwlala 4l rmmlr band some ai and bar omamsntad base BI e fumUh rii nitroodKrU maklnalta par feet M4 mnr WC 1SSII A BIIDIJU CC1H4STIK with eiery stove and xuarantea aafa delivery toyourrall reel lUtlon Your I ocal dealar would charge you 12a SO 1100 fcrui h a stovr the rrelght is only aboutAddrasa for each Uftimtlea Lm 10OO ratan BMkuckAC antlMMaJ7ual Whwi von wrltmtlnn ihla J ACME BIRD The Thresher FOR ONLY and save the Is the one that will earn -- re SEARS ROEQUCKCOdKOCHIMCOILL prr 41lr J HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May i 11 most monev that tv ill thresh the most Brain and seoarate it most perfectly at the lowest cost Every Dart of the Nichols-Sheo- ard Separator is desicned to do the best work in the best wav in the shortest tlmt at the least expense for power help and repairs Every feature and attachment from the self feeder to the stacker-- is of the most improved pat Â¬ tern efficient strong durable Pur- cnasersoi tno Nichols Shepard SEPARATOR have tha choice of variona atylea of stackers The Sebum itacker is the newest form of wind stacker and has many fea turea that will instantly commend it to thresher buyers Sob of ta Adrutafaai The ehuta aUrta from the top of tha aaparatorj U btfbar from tba rround awinga In a aompleu Urol it oaa be loatUd or unloaded by ono man Write for free caUlotue and learn all about tbe Nlohola Sbepard Baparator and tUchnntJnd the NUbol48bepw4 Traction Engirt The Bible is one of the best editions ever printed It has a concordance a bible history maps and indexed r It is bound in full morocco A vears subscriotion to the Rrerk- enridge News and a 500 Bible for ou It is an unparalleled premium oner 250 Au fv T i Co OANNKLTON IND mi Healing Oil Htlleves all pain laitsnUy and hcala and cures cuts burns bolls bruises itch exrma catarrh aora throat eryilwlis corns chapped hsods and lips piles and all ulcers or sores of skin or mucous Will cure sors or Inflamed eyas In 48 membraoe Horaeroen will find this oil will cur hours acratchis cracked heal haltar burns old sorts and collar trails Usali and if not sstlilUd your drug cist will cheerfully viva back jonr money Prlca J cts For aala byiiOORM AN it O WEN Cloy Crport Ky Potert Antlieptlo S THB BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT f Mat NICHOLS A 8HEPARD CO rtrnakt - KM at NASHVILLE TENNESSEEaxta aa Wltk ftall caxlc f MsMsahaat and r TTTTiTrriTTTiTiiffMimmfumf Battlo Creek Mloh KENTUCKY nVnfcM t Doctors7Say Biliousand IntermittentFevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels The the Secret of Health driving liver is the great mechanism of wheel in t1 mAn anclwhen it is out of order the whole system becomes de ranged and disease is the recflt Ttitts Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles KjV I Tk News in Brief 4444 4444 44444 4444 ft I 0ha8 Llolieii can relate soma thrilling Valley Thoy ro to attend tho com Â¬ experienced from the lightning Mon- mencement exercises of which her itor daughter Miso Fanuio is one of tne Walter King has opened a grocery and participants In now prepured to Bervuruuchua day or J 13 Tayno formerly a merchant at nght Harned has accepted a position as trav Ttie members 01 ys uuriauan cnurcii eling salesman for the Ohio Farmers Fertilizer Co of Columbus Ohio and of this city willXold a meeting aotuo will ropresent that concern in Western tlmo In June WAflmNOTON DO April 1 1898 nncy nnu siaplo grocer Kentucky All kinds Dr S If Hartman Columbus O John T Ditto representing tho Kahn lea cnn cftritly be purchased from Mr Deai Doctor It gives mo Fellheimer Co Hatters of Cincinnati Julius Spple ploasuro to certify to tho excellent jrTJeo L Polk a prominent mor- - spent Sunday tbo auoat of his sister Mrs eurativo qualities of your medicines nt of Toblnaport Ind went to Louis- - J D Habbage Ho reports trado excel- Â¬ lent and tho trade in general with re Â¬ e Monday wow is the time to get a likoness ol tail dealors is way above tho average yor baby KniKht the photographer COHPANV HENRY KOEHLER can do tho work Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ George Weatherholt has put down a vite correspondence with Mill men who nice brick side walk in front of his resi have lumber for sale They buy poplar dence on Oak street and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or Master Edward Morrison went to Can Â¬ green Write them nelton Sunday where he wai tho gueat of Master Ohriaaie Batt THE D V R C Congressman Botkins Statement gv Wo know thoy aro not ideal succennes hut tho lightest restriction of I ho liquor trallio to but a small community Is good n greater restriction embracing a county or etate is bettor and National prohibition is the Utopian dream of tho ardent temperance advocate All groat moral questions gathering movo slowly strength as they go and if we wait for one grand tomperanco wave to sweep over this nation suddenly our hopes will certainly never be realized But let us start a llttln teraporanco oasis in our own community ot once Tho temperance sentiment is unquestionably spreading and will take in this nation beforo many decades pass by whether tho women voto or not Â¬ To Reach a Womans Heart In the Dry Goods and Notions busi i n ess in these days Is a Large Task But we have accomplished it The splendid line of Fabrics for summer wear the elegant stock of Fans Parasols and summer Shoes the cool comfortable Corsets the large line of Novelties for the season embrac- Â¬ ing as it does everything the fair sex needs during the coming heated spell has reached their hearts as nothing else could reality i Ulooti Deep No Clean blood means a clean skin beauty without it Caecarets Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body Itcgin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug gisU satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Â¬ BALLTOWN Farmers are all behind with their work Dr Wm Howard has purchased a now buggy Judge Ahl of Hardlnsburg attended the decoration Sunday Tho graaahoppors aro doing considera Â¬ ble damage here to the tobacco Alfred Oelzu and family of Oloverport was here with relatives Sunday Mondays rain waa a welcome visitor hore to those who had tobacco to act James Harris and wife of Hardlns burg wore here with relatives Sunday Misa Katio Newby of Norfolk was the guest of Miss Nora Brlckey Sunday Â¬ fell j River is falling some Soda water at tho City Bakery Fishing parties are popular right now Father Bray was in Owensboro Fri Â¬ day CD Ryan went to OwenabgroBun day Fishing Darties are being formed every day Miss Molllo Gough waa indisposed last week The hea tu of Oloverport is extraor Â¬ dinary good Strawberry ice cream served at the City Bakery Mr and Mrs Fred DHuy were at Sample Sunday James Yeamans ot Henderson was in the city Sunday Queen Victoria waa eighty years old last Wednesday Mr Bud Pates of Hawesville waa in the city Tuesday Miss Nola Greenwalt has accepted a poaition at this office Dr S B Adkisaon spent Sunday with friends at Owensboro Orville and James Skillman spent Sun Â¬ day at Brandenburg Fresh groceries can be had at Walter Kings establishment Good roade ia being agitated from the tnouth of every person Miss Delia Batt spent Sunday at Can nelton with her parents Miss Nora Burks of Victoria ia visitÂ¬ ing relatives in the city Baby pictures executed in the latest style at Knights galtery Eugene Haynea represented Clovetr port at Irvington Sunday 0 A Younger of New Orleans is vis Â¬ iting relatives in the city Several tows with 100000 tons of coal ate coming down the river Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville is visiting relatives in the city Mrs J H Stltes went toHopkinayille Saturday to visit her motbor Visit tho new grocery for your eata Â¬ bles Walter KinK proprietor Hon D R Murray was at Hawesville Wednesday on legal business You can get a lunch at the city Bakery at any hour of the day or night Photo buttons are still worn extensive- Â¬ ly see Knight the photographer Reuben Laslie has been awarded the contract to light the street lamps Eldred Miller and wife of Hawesville visited friends in the city Sunday R L McGuffin and daughter of Hap dineburg were in the city Friday When you haye an appetite for some Â¬ thing good to eat go to Walter Kings l Mitt Pearl Lawson of Hawesville is ting Mr and Mrs J A Mayhall e lightening Monday morning did ayes to several fences in Cowheel Fred L Hook and J F Parkham of Hardinaburg were in the city Sunday Mrs John Burks and children have gone to Addison to spend the summer Mm Katie Carlton of Falcon is visit Â¬ ing her daughter Mrs Elizabeth King Miss Delia Batt of this ofllce apent Sunday with hor mother in Cannelton Ikjlfsa Clara Moredock of Louisville is guest of the Hisses Sawyer this week Miss Blanche Payne of Lodlburjrj Jb the guest of her Bister Mrs Frank Hall Co sell Homestead fertil Â¬ Gregory izer to cash customers only at 2700 per ton The small army of bicyclista in this city are beginning to kick for better roads An electrlo road is to be built from in McLean Ovronaboro to Calhoun county 1 Ed Bacon of Louisville was the guest i the Homestead of James Fisher at Sqnday f WIrs Jesse Weatherholt and little j danfor Eva aro home from a visit at Miesmeua weatnernolt alter an extensive visit with relatives at Louisville returned home Friday Mr and Mrs A E Adams of this city are the guests of Mr and Mrs George Grady at Owensboro Mothors your baby needs a picture Knight the photographer is giving this class of work special attention There will bo a game of ball Saturday at Hardlnsburg between the club of that place and the club of this city Herbert Head Owensboro is ylaiting at Holt and from there will go to Gai Held to visit friends and relatives H 0 Keys wife and child went to Lodiburg Saturday to visit Mr Keys parents Mr and Mrs A J Keys Stewart Owings tho grocery drummer will move to Brandenburg June lot and make that place his permanent home Miss Gracie Plank who has been at Â¬ tending school at Louisville returned home to Bpend the summer vacation Miss Mannie White returnod home from Belmont college Nashville and will spend her summer vacation here Wanted Girl for general house work Wages 3 00 per week white preferred Mrs H V Harris Oloverport Ky Miss Kate Sawyer has returnod from a pleasant visit to Hardinaburg where she was the gueat of Mrs A J Haynes Pimples boils and humors show that the blood is impure Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best Blood purifier money can buy Judge Rives of Lebanon Ky will prosecute Harry Sommers of the Eliza bethtown News for alleged criminal libel Mrs L K DeJarnette of near Har- Â¬ dinaburg waa in town Saturday on her way to Lewisport where she will visit friends Mrs W J Mattingly who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thoe Lewis left Sunday for her home at Har-Â¬ dinaburg Knight baa eetabiiahod the reputation of doing the best work at the least cost Vieit him before go- Â¬ in photography ing elsewhere One of the curiosities in the city last Saturday was a web footed horse The owner however said the horse could not swim like a duck Mrs J D Babbage and children went to Louisville Monday they will visit her sister D W Fairleigh at 1010 Brook street Louisville ia Miss Mary Johnson of Lexington in the city visiting the families of Mr and Mrs James Mattingly and Mr and Mrs Jonas D Wilson Mr and Mrs Ike Brum and baby of Louisville arrived yesterday They will be the gueat of her brother Mr H O Cerf manager of the Fair Mrs Julian Brown and beautiful baby May who have been the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs J 0 Mattingly returned home to Glendeane Saturday George Smith for many years County Clerk of Henderson county tried to commit Bulcide last Thursday by jumpÂ¬ ing into Green River He was rescued The Katy was in town last Wednes Â¬ day evening and contributed to the pros-Â¬ perity of the people by paying out a large Bum in wages to the railroad men We are handling the famous Ousca dens ice cream It ia especially made for entertainments receptions social gather Â¬ ings at 1 per gallon GO cents halt gallon at Julius Sippets Â¬ Aro Royally Entertained by The Hisses Greenwood Hon Conffisunan-t-LargefxoPe-ru-- w Miss Stella McGayock has returned from Madisonville Ky where she went to attend the funeral of 8am Hale She was accompanied homo by Joe Hale who was her guest for several days Mrs Dr F M Smith accompanied by Miss Graco Ferry left Monday forPewee scons EMULSION OF COD LIVER OIL WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES it Fred Petrle of Petrle Station I waaino guest of Mrs W A Geary a few days last week Mrs John Alton Murray has been con v fried to her home the past week by a reyoro illness Miss Mabel Whitehead of Oannalton to spend the winter with Mrs Greg Â¬ Tj ory in this city Henderson fWHUama the Haweavlllo water works manwaa in the city ThursÂ¬ day on bufllneas Gonial Roland Smith the famous ho Â¬ tel mar qf Stephenaport was in town Saturday hopping After regular lodge bualneM last Fri Â¬ day evaipsr the Mwoua enjoyed straw berrlea and cream should always be kept in the house for the fol- Â¬ lowing reasons any Because FRST family has aIf hard member cold It of the will cure It A SEOOND Because If the chil- Â¬ dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRD Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom Ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength the Because FOURTH remedy In all throat and standard lung affections It Is It No household should be without In summer as well It can be taken n OAHVOXIXA JrV tin W KM You Haw Always Bought as In winter SC9TT joctnd nOWNB oo nil Chsmlsu drult Nw oik French women brought out pleasant dis- Â¬ cussion The lesson in Spanish vistas wan entered into with zest and interest Next regular meeting will be at the home of Mix Ken Wathen Juno Wl at two oclock v m Will continue Span Â¬ ish vistaa to completion and respond with quotations from French writers in preceut century and current event This progressive body of women will on June 113 at 8 r m oiler to tho public J D BOTKIN a lecture on Spanish Art and Cathed- Â¬ rals delivered by Miss Danforth a cult- Â¬ ured lady from Louisvi lie We will also KIRK KY hear an interesting account of tho Wom Â¬ ans Club which meets at Frankfort June 1 since she comes to us fresh from The grasahoppera are very thick this that meeting In addition to this there year will bean excellentimuaical program by Mrs Bollo Mattingly has 340 young our best local talent Come one come chickens all and help The farmers are about through plantÂ¬ Deafness Cannot be Cured ing corn The tobacco by local applications as they cannot half standing plants that are set are not reach the diseased portion of the ear Miss Ronia Mattingly went to Hardlns Â¬ There is only one way to cure Deafness burg Friday shopping and that is by constitutional remedies We are eorry to report that Miaa Mat Doafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tie Shuran is sick again Mrs Fannie Bland haa 30 young turk- Â¬ tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in- Â¬ eys and 38 young ducks Sam Bland who haa been aillicted flamed you havo a rumbling Bound or with cancer is about well imperfect nearing and when it is entire- Â¬ Philip Brown who been ly closed Deafness is the result and un some time is better at has writing ill for this tess the inflammation can be taken oat Miss Lucy Cannon is visiting her sisÂ¬ and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ ter of Daviess county for a few weoks dition hearing will be destroyed forever Misa Eva Mattingly was the guest of nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ her Bister Mrs Willie Withers last week Mr and Mrs Dayid Potts and little tarrh which is nothing but on inflamed Bon Andrew went to Tar Fork Sunday condition of the mucous surfaces Miaa Mary Mattingly who h as been We will give One Hundred Dolars for ill for some time is able to be out any case of Deafness caused by catarrh again that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Jim Mattingly who accidentally shot Cure Send for circulars free himself some time ago ia able to be out Co Toledo 0 among us again F J CHENEY Miss Clara Cannon of Piantera waa iSTSold by Druggists 75c the guest of her sister Mrs Jim May a Halls Family Pills are the beBt few days last week Mescrs Claud Wilson and Henry BEWLEYVILLE Wright of McQuady came to Kirk Thursday on their bicycles Miss Logio Potts and little sister Mil- Â¬ Beautiful weather dred were the guests of Missea Mollie Corn planting finished and Nannie Bland Sunday We declino to have Childrens Day this year I haye been a sufferer from chronic Planting tobacco now engages the far Â¬ diurrhoea ever since the war and have mers attention used all kinds of medicines for it At Guston is a lively little town with last I found one remedy that had been Eome very pleasant people a success as a cure and that is Chambe- Â¬ Wm Cain sold ten fat hogs at 385 rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem city recently while in the W H Cain Jr sowed thirteen acres of edy P E Griaham Gaars Mills La For sale by A R Fiaher Oloverport R cowpeas and soja bean last week Mrs Eliza Jolly of Hardlnsburg is A Sbellman Stephenaport the guest of Mrs Piggot this week Blackberry winter was a little severe WEBSTER but wereuUhoso nice pleasant days Mrs Mary Jordan baa woven nearly Grass hoppers are numeroua two hundred yards of carpet this spring Fruit 1b dropping off rapidly Mrs R M Jolly and Mrs R J Cain Mrs Watson of Cecilia ia visiting Mrs of Irvington were over In our commun- Â¬ Mike Lyddan ity Thursday visiting their parents Master Frank White is visiting rela- Â¬ Mrs W J Piggot went to Branden Â¬ burg Wednesday to be tho guest of Miss tives at Holt Mrs J T Gaddic returned Saturday Lula Lewis ana aiienu me uonvenuuu ThoWomans Missionary Society waa from a vlait to Hart county of allm attendance last Wednesday but Miss Ore Robinson of Grayson county the material interests were well looked is visiting Mrs W G Jordan after Miss Norrio Kurtz 1b expected home We are looking forward with pleasure from Pewee Valley this week to an attendance of a No 1 entertain Â¬ Will Board and family of Gnston are ment given by the Irvington College at visiting relatives here ttils week of school the close of this term Mrs Amy Hall of Baakett lb visiting Missea Alberta Drury and Minnie her aunt Mrs VV G Claycomb Thos and Wathen Drury went to Stltb Raymond Meador Gusto r was Brandenburg Thursday to attend the laat week prospectingoffor a school here stayed over Sunday to Convention and Lets all attend tho county Sunday bo present at Childrens Day school convention at Irvington June 8th Miss Lena Drury waa around last week Will Beauchampand wife of Hardlns- Â¬ with our potitlou asking for a vote on Thore are now about burg visited his parents hero last week local option The doyll is choice of neither men forty names on the petition among the nor meaaurea in accomplishing his re Â¬ number is the name of the saloon-keepe- r May ho soon find as profitable and a sults more pleasant manner of makin a living 0 H Adkieson the popular salesman Cain visited his father Sun Â¬ The Epworth League will hold a Lit Â¬ of Jolly erary meeting Saturday evening at 730 day Lot everybody come prepared to answer Travel over the branch will bo greatly the roll call with a verse or verses of a facilitated by putting the evening train good hymn that has influenced you for back again been of particular benefit to you some Miss Mollie Mattingly ot Sample is time your fayorite perhaps Evory body visiting her Bisters Mesdamea Payne invited to take part and Compton It Is not a vain thing for people of H L Kurtz went to Louisville Mon Â¬ to meet together and comman interests means of day and will attend tho commencement discuss the various ways and their work Our Sunday exercises at Pewee Vallev Mrs Aaron Norton Is at the homo of chool Conventions are certainly doing good by bringing the good that eacu her daughter Mrs James Wilson who school knows to do before the body is seriously ill at her home near Owens- Â¬ boro and thus It grows more abundantly Our school district reports 03 children It is a real disappointment not to be able to attend them all this year and our trustees are ready to As the small rain upon the tender give any applicant a fair and unpartial consideration herb and the showers upon the grass bo let us not despise the day of ennll Miss Emma Kurtz went last week to things and though we work for bo visit friends In Louisville aud will atÂ¬ know tend the commencement at Pewee Val Â¬ small a thing as local option yo not that a little leaven leaveneth the ley before returning We people of Bewley whole lump Brother James Lewis baptized four villa District are working to get the sa Â¬ thing that blisters society in E arsons at Clifton Mills last Sunday whoÂ¬ loon that ad joined the Walnut Grove congregaevery part out ot our midst and we tion some months previous want to wait until the Bun reluses do not In case ot indecision upon any ques Â¬ to shine or the grass to grow or even for Woman Suffrage and I am willing tion involving morals Just observe wnich for the good men to have all the honor side the dovll is on aud act accordingy of putting down the evil thing If you How Is it with the temperance questlou The Clifton Mills Sunday school will could get your brothor husband sou or good friend to atop drinking today you observe Childrens Day the 3rd Sunday wouldnt wait a while for everybody to in June An interesting program is be Â¬ quit Be it never bo small let us have a ing practised and a goou time is antici- Â¬ clean place here and there and work pated that these plana may grow larger and Now la the time of year to brighten up more numerous constantly our homes At a small outlay tor lime Rod Goldkn and at the expenditure of a little labor in applying tho whitewash tho general FwmI appearance of the surroundings of our improved At A R Fisher Oloverport E A homes can be greatly Mrs Brandenburg we are really as Â¬ Hardlnsburg drug Btore a maf Witts tonished at you quoting your coulsln veloua cure for all kidney complaints Dr Booth to tho extent that you did in nervous exhaustion and femalo weak regard to the failure of prohibition and local option to accomplish their object new It U Foleys Kidney cure Pe-ru-Â¬ Irvinoton May 21 1809 Tho B V R C was welcomed in a bright and hos Â¬ pitable way by the Misses Greenwood May 24 In response to roll call quotations from and incidents in the Uvea of J D Boram Â¬ Euuu and I have been afflicted mora or less for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation a rcsldcnco in Wash Â¬ ington has increased theso troubles A few bottles of your medicines havo given me almost complete relief and I am Buro that a continuation of their uso will effect a permanent cure is surely a wonderful remÂ¬ edy for catarrhal affections Man-a-ll- n The Gentlemen Too Are Won By our splendid line of Hats Shoes evening that is specially designed to help promote their comfort from now until frost conies again Underwear Shirts and Neckwear Â¬ Several farmers are done sotting tobacco Those that are not will finish from Monday season Mr DePaul of Rough creek spent Saturday night and Sunday with ills BiÂ¬ Â¬ ster Mrs C B Pate Miss Rilla Howard who has boon atÂ¬ tending school at Browntown Ind re Â¬ turnod home last week The visita of the Stork in this locality sinco our lost writing ia as follows Jamea Brickoy girl Dick Whitehouae a girl and Lum Board a girl and boy The decoration at Tarfork Christian church Sunday was a grand affair Tho crowd was estimated at 500 The graves were all beautifully decorated and an excellent lectuVe waa given by Rev Owen Young of Lexington suitable to the oc- Â¬ casion A bountiful feast was spread at 12 oclock eufiicient to satisfy the appe- Â¬ tite of all present Two funerals were preached in the afternoon that ol Mrs James Day and her daughter Miss Bettie Day After this tho crowd waa dis Â¬ missed Big Picnic There will be a rattling big picnic at the well known summor resort Witt mers Garden Cannelton Ind on Sun Â¬ day June 4 and everybody from far and near ia invited to be present Good music will be furnished both afternoon and evening Free wagons every 30 minutes to tho park from the city Ex- Â¬ cursions by rail and river Grand display of fireworks at night Plenty to eat and drink and no one need have any excuse for going hungry or thirsty Pint Wittmkb Mgr Dont miBS it Canm lton Ind Â¬ Prices Are All Right They Are Low Down Prices SULZERS NO PAIN NO DREAD I extract teeth without pain using all the latest anaesthetics for PAINLESS OPERATIONS A CROWN Skillfully fixed to tho root or body of tho tooth will last a lifetime OF GOLD I mako a spec Â¬ Bears the Blgnatore of OASTOHIA m 9 nB ou lwaTs UOUgni 5517 ialty of BRIDGE and difficult work j WANTS WANTED Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion TIE AND STAVE MAKERS Tie and nave makers Ky Prices Very Reasonable New Dental Parlors at iMitchell Hotel Now Open PA NY Cloverport Aildresi ixr ANTED W I1KECKMNKIOGECANNKICOALCOM WANTED NOTE T D RENFROW my personal for linotobe paid on or before 1901 THOS HtYTHK -will please notify me I toil HALE SWKBT 1OTATOES WANTED The party holding e Dental Surgeon Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College 171 Oil SALE All the leading varieties of Sweet Potato Plant for sale by K IH A It GOODMAN Tor sALEfTutTsfocK 171 OR gain ZT SALE A pood stock of drugs This Is a Cox Ekron Ky WANTED TIE MAKERS great bar Apply to rtSWVVSsSVVSV THE LATEST WANTED WANTKD lootlemakers Apply to GIKN Kv TIK COMPANY Olendeane WANTED JENNETr A wood jmnett for harness pur KHKKMAN MM Bargain News SOME MONEY SAVING VALUES TO BE FOUND AT THE LGAL BLANKS TTtOll SALE Illank Deeds and Mortgairea and JO All Forma of Legal Ulanks II HECK UN ItlDGE NEWS OPKrCK FOR SALE SOJAJEANS It SALE Sola or Soy Deans and Cow Peas 171O E nOGIESHY Cloverport Ky tf TUITION Eclipse Grocery Store 500 Pounds of Mixed Candy to sell at 10 Cents A large variety of Fresh Cakes The best stock of Roasted Coffees in the oity at 10c 12c and 15c per pound Campbells Condensed Soups 10 ots per tin Fresh lot Canned Pineapples Pears Peaohes and Apples just received A IHIECKENKIDGK NEWS OFFICE I SALE Certificate in Hryant Dullness College Louisville Kv I titration Apply to Word waui them 21bs8oda ZL mm IIIUMNI j 05c 07c 25c 05c 05c 05c We are not afraid of competition We know theso prices cant be beat Road lib ltico 3 packages Arbuckles Coffee 3 cakes Soap Mens Socka Ladles Hoes 20 lbs Sugar 100 03 -- 0o 05c 03 Calico per yard Mens Shirts Bleach Cotton Mooalery Sheeting per yard CLOTHING Sultu from 2 up to 10 Ladies Slippers 25a up to 200 Glassware at your own price 25c 3 cans Tomatoes 05c Candy per lb 05c Ladies Handkerchiefs 15c Oil Cloth per yard Suspenders Soto 25c 03 Towel Crash per yard 6u to 07c Shirting Cloth 2 00 Eight Day GlockB All other goods In our store are mark Â¬ ed just as low Come and Investigate We will save you big money l vf nPiYiTrro m o TTrtiiv ftTim nuino mm wry 4mrjbVi oU ajafaf co j - t Mitch Meyer EKRON KY HRDINSBURGr KY w ixLiBiMfc iaxlMiteia SUNDAY SCHOOL Workers Will Discuss Interest- Â¬ ing Subjects The Program Embrace Topics Some Live ifr r GutNDowitR TO MY CHILDREN months and years have passed away tho past Booms spread on tho carpot to day Whon I Urink of busy littlo hands and tiny little feet Who woro always ready jny footsteps to greet Whoro aro thoso children who once sat on my knoo As sweet and dear as any children could bo Echo answers some aro leading a business lifo Others filling tho place of dear good house wife And othors have been transplanted in a fairer clime Whoso lot is far bettor than yours or mine A fow yot linger around tho old hearth stono Who aro yet too young to try opinions of their own Childron from the vasty deep cn call spirits Hotsvuk DAYS r so can or Why so can any man If ut will4hey come when you do The following la the program of the Drockenrldgo County Sundav School Association to be held at Irvlngton Ky Thareday June 8th 1899 MORMNO SESSION 030 Opening Song v v- Pyayer Welcome Addroos Rev Jas T Lewis Response K L McGuflln Music 1015 rhe Christian Culture of Child Â¬ hood What It ia and who Is responsible for it Mrs R M Jolly 1045 Association Work and how it helps the individual Sunday School Prof E A Fox 8tate Secretary Music 1115 Reports of Schools Pledgoa and collection Music Benediction AFTERNOON SESSION tho old homo is as it was whon you wont away But mother and father are now turning gray Did you ever picture mother when Bhos old With silver threads among tho gold Do not lot your hearts grow cold But lovo me dearer when I am old My heart is as full of love to day For tho absent as when they went away And I am just as proud of my girls and boys As I was whon they played with their toys But now it is a different kind of pride Such as you find in this land bo wide Childron your attention one moment I pfay Probably you may profit by what I have to say Pay close attention and I will tell How both boys and girls can alwayB do well As through Lifes flowery pathway you glide Seek Honor and Truth but nothing to hide Heaven be your waich word Zenith your day star And there is nothing your lifo will mar Bo gentle and kind to each other Never forgetting you are a sister or a brother V 115 Music Prayer What wo need in tho Brecltcnridgo county Sunday School Work T J Jolly 145 How to meet the need for better teachers F N Diluy General Discussion Music 230 How to conduct a Primary Class Mrs Bate Herndon 3 How to enlist tho church member- Â¬ ship T B Henderson 330 Punctuality its value and how secured Rev A 11 Davis 4 Treasurers Report Election of ofllners Music Adjournment EVKNINO SESSION f SnAKBsrKARB How quickly Hotstmrs wise and witty retort tears the tragic mantle in which Glendower stalks mid shows beneath the seers rolc the motley of the mounte Â¬ bank Most people would have taken the Wclchmnn at his wofd nnd called him seer without noting the difference between 40 call and to command Certain points of comparison are sug Â¬ gested between Glendowers tragic claim and the comic claim made in some spe-Â¬ cious advertisements I ant a woman I know all about woman I understand woman and I can cure woman because I am a woman The modern Mrs Hot- Â¬ spur puts her finger right on the weak spot of that clamorous claim by saying Why if you can cure woman simply because you are a woman then so can I Which very and so can any woman plainly brings out the common scrise fact that the cure of diseases does not depend upon being a man or being a woman but does depend upon being n trained and experienced physician There is as iar as is known no quali Â¬ fied woman physician associated with any proprietary medicine firm It Is cer- Â¬ tain that there is no one man or woman who can show an experience or record equal to that of Dr RV Pierce more than thirty years of treatment of wom- Â¬ ens diseases with ninety eight per cent cured out of more than women treated Sick women can con- Â¬ sult Dr Pierce by letter absolutely free Every letter is held as of charge strictly private and sacredly confidential All answers are mailed securely sealed in perfectly plain envelopes Address Dr JC V Pierce Buffalo N Y call for them lialf-a-milli- of a bridle chasing a 2 10 horeo thai has been scared out of his skin by thut x Hut the cerflivo blast of the locomotive itoad people say they have been Ball fined pretty heavily for not tooling at this place So now they proposo to con- Â¬ tinue to toot until they catch even bo have your and your horses lifo insured before entering town or else you wont oven favo the throat latch of your bridle nant GOV CANDLER VS OuarnntPid tobacco habit cure Mattes weak men troru Mood euro WW 11 AH UruKlsta for BUlj Cent PRAISES FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs Charlie Shrove 111 SSS oi Louisville is very Dr DempBter talks of selling out his drug Btore Lafo ikauchamp went to Ohio county to church Mra Jones of Glendeane died with consumption Mrs David Howard entertained Sat- Â¬ urday eyenlng Miss Jennie Green returned from Lou- Â¬ isville last week Willis Green and Dr Harris went to Glendeane Sunday Mrs Mercer has gotten well and was out at church Sunday Mrs Mary Dean is visiting her son lawyer Dean of Owensboro Miss Annie Head is spending the sum Â¬ mer with relatives at Kirk Misses Kuby and Jessio Stone wero guesta of Mra Hughes Monday Miss Luther Shreve oi Shrove wont to Owensboro shopping last week Misa Vessels of Hardlnsburg was the guest of Miss Dent Brown last week Dr Harris continues very popular both as a physician and ladies man Tho Chambliss Broe sold a fine lot of fat hogs last week to Vick Robertson Glendeane Mr and Mrs Ed Thomas Davison and children are visiting relatives in Edmon Â¬ son county Mrs Mary Brack of Short Creek was tho guest of Mrs Belle Dewees of Glen deae last week While I was away quiet a number of distinguished guests honored our village with a visit M W Stone shipped a couple of fine Poland China pigs to parties in Louis- Â¬ ville lost week We still have several cases of measles with a few others who have been ex- Â¬ posed to them Miss Hanna Deane of Owensboro is a guest at her grand fathers Mr Johnson Deane Glendeane The Falls of Rough is very much elat- Â¬ ed with their victory over the MackB ville base ball team a beautiful Miss Helen Armstrong young lady of Louisvillo is tho guest of Miss Jennie Green Mrs Harris Dr Harris mother of Richmond Va was the guest of her son a few daysrlast weok Misses Jennie Green and her guest visited Miss Miss Helen Armstrong Amanda Dean Saturday and Sunday The game of base ball between Fall of Rough and Macksville scored sixteen to 20 in fayor of Falls of Rough Mr Robert Chambliss Misses Mabel and Zelma Chambliss Cora Winget at Â¬ tended church at Pleasant Grove Sun Â¬ day last Mrs Dewees says she has sold more hats this season than ever before She has lovely goods and people come from everywhere to Glendeane to shop with Pierces Favorite Prescrip- Â¬ tion makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Weil Dr active participant in matters of public interebt I H Dewoes W R Moorman D 0 Moorman W 0 Moorman G V Beard K N Miller C E Haswell Will Hook John P Haswell Jr Owen Gunning ham Judgo Ahl and Miss Maggie Ahl Minor Compton Hobert Weatherford A A Richarson E F Lyons D R M Smith Samuel Henntnger Irvin Payne J W Pate and J A Gray were passeng engers on the train last Monday for Louisville off the branch Upon the return of Miss Tula 0 Dan Â¬ iel from Nashville Tenn where ehe had been attending the meeting of the Womans Board of foreign Missions Bhe had the misfortune to stumble and fall in crossing the upper hall of her resi- Â¬ dence fracturing a rib and bruising an arm which will confine her to her home for several days For this reason the meeting of the missionary society will be held at her home instead of at Mrs C L Beards Friday afternoon at 230 oclock In sickness sorrow weal or woe IIa kuu llnnrl il tnr FiHnnn Vnnrn nrj lias ustui il bui niiGGii igcho nrirl mm m Stick to each other wherever you go And now dear ones when this earth fades from my view Declares it is the Best Blood Purifier and Tonic 5 745 Music Prayer P Haswell Jr Address Prof E A Fox State Secre- Â¬ tary Music Each Sunday School in the county 1b requested to send one or more delegates and all or cordially invited to attend V G Baiiiiagk Prest Clint Hook Secv Introductory Jno i f I - PLANS TO QU1CK BN TIIK INTEREST DAY SCHOOL WOItK IN BUN Remember the most of my life has been spent for you And in so doing I have not forgotten to pray That lie may reunite us some golden day And when I am called to join tho little band That has gone on before to the bright happy land Think of mothers spirit hovering oer you Trying each one of yolir foot steps to allure Still pointing you to a Throne of Grace Divino When a loving Saviour around you His arms entwine And when we are again reunited what joy what pleasure Our happiness and rejoicing will know no measure Mamma Me Strong Words from Georgias Chief Executive There is not ono person in n hundred Allen D Oandler Faithful to every whose system can successfully with- Â¬ trust his rugged honesty is his shining stand the severe drains of tho Spring virtue His word is accepted far anp season without tho aid of a tonic All wide for henever gives an endorsement witnout aueoiutu of tho accumulated knowledge of the impurities of a year The Governors Unqualified Endorsement merits of an article must now be elimGovernor Candler inated and this has used 8 S 8 for cuuaes a struggle STATE OF GEORGIA Ho fifteen years Executive Offico which usually re- Â¬ knowB that it ia sults iri a breakdAtlanta May 8 1899 own A fow bottles I have for flftoon years used 8SS made of tho native roots of Georgia of 8 S 8 just now will thoroughly pu as a remedy for rheumatism and as that it contains no rity the blooa im- Â¬ atonic I tia unquestionably a good drugs of any de- Â¬ and ho prove the appetite blood purifier and I am sure the scription and give tone and best tonic I overused For many unhesitatingly says best that it tho strength toMost yoars my digestion was bad but toniohe is the used ever whole system 8 8 8 is the only important of all tho occasional use of a bottle of 8 8 8 will so per Â¬ SSS has ontlroly cured mo of this tonic which con- Â¬ fectly remove all malady and I now eat with perfect tains no potash soda arsenic or impurities as to for- Â¬ tify tho bv stem for impunity anything set before me other dangerous stimulant successfully resist- Â¬ A D CANDLER 88 You need ing tho many dan- erous forms of sickness so prevalent and need it now A few bottles will thor-Â¬ oughly cleanse the blood improve your uring the summer No Georgian is as near to the hearts appetite and renovate your system In Â¬ erf the pooplo as their beloved Governor sist upon 8 8 8 and take nothing else Â¬ J Â¬ w i question so I will only speak of what I consider the most important1 First It is a known fact that in our secular School it is essentialy necessary to have apparatus for demonstrating and placing before the pupils the ideas in a correct way that can readily be acquired and easily retained and even it is as nec- Â¬ essary that we are provided with this in our Sunday school work Two of the most important is tho black board and maps Blackboard and map illustrations will quicken and inspire a pupil when almost all else has failed when the lesson leaf Â¬ let is so hard to understand The prop Â¬ er use of thesehelp by the superintendent or teacher will relieve the pupils mind of this burden and quicken the interest that without this help would have been lost Second Officers and teachers In these lie all the rule and controll of of the Sundav School Then it is im Â¬ portant that we have men and women of earnest effort and christian zeal to fill these places and impart inspiration to the school order punctuality and pre- Â¬ cision on the part of the officers and teachers will awaken that interest in the school work The successful teach Â¬ ers in this field of labor are men and women of heart power Those who can And love the erring and wayward their happy influence and success snow that the heart knows the heart And special emphasis needs to be given to tho fact that tho teachers love ia to be shown most conscientiously toward the pupils that need it most not to the most deserving but to the most needy The lovo of the true teacher takes hold of the childs future and It sees even in the wayward the possibilities of a noble man or woman It is this love that lifts up the fallen carries light into moral darkness and sends the mission Â¬ ary to tho heathen Third There are many motives used as incentives to quicken the interest of the Sunday School of which I will only mention the most important First A desire for advancement The mind is endowed with a spontan- Â¬ eous craving for knowledge and this de Â¬ sire is especially keen and active in childhood the craving for knowledge is as much an appetite of the bouI as a craving tor food is an appetite of the body and it has just as definite though higher an ulterior purpose and it may be added that it ia only to those who soek her that she reveals her highest beauty and charm The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge but fools despise wisdom Prov I 7 and instruction Second A desire to be useful This is a very important incentlye and each member of our Sunday School should feel that he can bo of some use to the world He must remember that God made him for some purpose lie can be thus useful by storing the mind with knowledge and filling up this life They are with little deoda of kindness all great deeds In the eyes of the Lord aad at this moment comes to my mind the language of the poet If you cttiottt tin ths ocean sail Among lbs twMUst flet billow UockUg oa lh blub ttuthiag at tbf storm you There aro quite a number of plans that might be emunerated and discussed as to quickening the interests in Sunday Behoof work Bntldo not feel compe tant to give and thoroughly discuss this AAAAAii6AAAA4A444A4AA44444444i64A444I You can stand among the mlors Anchored yet within the liay You can lend a hand to help them As they launch their boat away If you cannot givo the millions You can Rive the widow tniht And the least you do ibrjesu Will be precious in his light fi for Glorious News Gomes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer Oetns by cruel hands defaced of scrofula which has caused her great Pearls In heathen shadows dim Brilliants scattered in the waste buffering for years Terrible sores would We must gather up for Him break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her Quicken the littlo people with such cure is complete and her health is excel- Â¬ HARDINSBURG thoughts and interest them in bits of lent This bIiows what thousands have sunshine from tho gospel and inspire Prof Fowler has closed his school at proved that Electric Bitters ia the best them with geinB of literature that go t6 Custer and id spending a few weeks here blood purifier known Its the supreme make up a better life These committed in the B N College remedy for eczema tetter ealt rheum ul to memory when young become a part cere boila and running sores It stimu- Â¬ The Baptist people of Glendeane are of tho childs life and helps him to see lates liyer kidneys and bowels expels talking of building a now church at that the beauties of Christ poisons helps digestion biilda up the place in tho near future strength Only 50 cents Sold by Short Third A desire to do rigV Miss Georgia McCubhina of Stephens Haynes Drnggist Guaranteed This is indeed the high 3 aud holiest port came over last Sandfly to visit her of all the motives nf human life And sister Mrs Godfrey Haswell the sense of duty id no less important GUSTON That ovening train on the branch Duty is the call of God and duty well gives the railroad boys something to do done always bring its reward Dr Euchelor of Indiana visited Dr The public were glad to see it put back Do what conscience says is right A A Baxter and family last Saturday Do what reason says is best Dr T I Renfrew will be in Hardina and Sunday Do with all your mind and might burg prepared to do painless first class Do your duty and be bleit Frank Miller and Misa Vaughn made Fourth And last but not least comes dentistry the first Monday in June a visit over to Vine Grove last Saturday Permanent location at Cloyerport the homo influence aud Sunday We will sell you bacon flour lard Here is the place to quicken the great Mr George Lyddan and wife attended est interest in Sunday school work We canned goods and many other things church here last Sunday and dined with cannot find anything that equals and that you use in your family as cheap as Mrs Adkisson you can buy it elsewhere rnd deliver it wields such an influence as the home Aneel Carden and family visited his Eclipse Gkoceuv This is the first great encine of educa- Â¬ to your door father and brothers who live near Irving tion This great engine put in motion Mrs Owen Cunningham returned last ton last Saturday by the love of Christ is what forces into Thursday from a meeting of tho Wom- Â¬ Ben Miller who is at present living tho Sunday school the boys and girls of ans Board of Missions at Nashville near Big Spring visited his mother at this our land In the home we find all the She spent a week there and reports materials for Sunday school and if this that phe had a most dolightful trip be Â¬ place Saturday and Sunday It is said that John Pike has the finest home Ib sneddint its Gospel light and sides enjoying the pleasure of meeting using its influence for Christ we need wheat crop in this section I under Â¬ of the moit cultured women en Â¬ stand tbathe used no fertilizer on this nothing better to quicken the interest of tamo gaged in misiunury wurk crop a Sunday school We regret to learu that Fraaer Hors But we must remember that every WillBaBkett and family and Ohas child is not bo surrounded as to have luy unu of the oldest citlons in the Anderson and family went on a fishing every encouragement that la necessary Lost Kuu neighborhood is quite feeble tour above Brandenburg to the home of to make its life happy and to enjoy the in health and unable to be about Mr Wm Baskett Sr blessings God has designed for it But Horrley ib one of the old class of citizens Mrs G W Smith and dauKhter Katie the Sunday school is a means by which in the county and in days past was an are visiting her daughter Mrs James Mattingly ol Dayton Ohio They will be gone two weeks Walker Brown will spend the latter part of this week at Holt with his family Mr Boards son and Col A J Gross will run the Btore at this place Allen Ensllsh col of Ohicago who came here last week for the purpose of buying land purchased 75 acres ol Chas Anderson and expects to buy more Miss Helen Pollock who la at present at Boras Ky visited her mother at this place last Sunday and attended church We were glad to have Miss Helen back King out the false Ring in tie true LtTOsWnrQHsWfcYlNlll in our midst again IMF7 We bring to you tho new arid true from tba Wm Baskets family received a letter piney forests of Norway from John Baskett who Is in the regular Cuba army Ho Ib in Olenfaegoo Thev wero alad Indeed to hear from him for they didnt even know where Pine-Tar-Hon- this Eternal Life can be attained there are FARMERS HERE ARE SOME FACTS ABOUT THE SA 1t her Madam Rumor says there has been a wedding but it seems that the parties are playing a joke and will not gratify the publics curiosity by making ft known Mr and Mra W R Moorman Mrs Dempster Misses Ella Robertson Airrie Robertson Mary Moorman Daisy Deane Mrs Lucy Hunter and a host of others whoso names I did not catch were out calling or shopping at Glendeane Friday afternoon Died May the 14tb little Paul infant sun of Mr and Mrs J 0 Rodgers of Third and Pnarl Sts Owensboro Dear aunt and uncle let your consolation be that Jsus has only taken his own and little Paul is a happy angel whom you may meet in that sweet home Where there is no parting We sincerely sym Â¬ pathise with you in your deep sorrow Tho remains were laid to rest by the side of Grandma in the family lot at Elm Wood khniw mlnmhla Bftaifer JL Â¬ MrJMiP f 4UMksKPliHB DR BELLS ey IsmP sssssLlflsfl eclenco to Natures most natural remedy Improved by a Pleasant Permanent Posltire Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes nsMFfffBWi rorHffMTl IAMMVC AM lrtllMgWIH M fesp4pMnsiMO0att4ectt BHMT XsS AsHf K J f f sssHIHlsFYvr T Tho sore weary cough worn Lungs aroexhtl rated thq microbe bearing mucus Is cut out j the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that tbers U no Inclination to cough HOLD BY ALU QOOD DMJaQIBTS be was stationed The strawberry crop ol this season cannot be surpassed in this section of the country Every one brags upon his or her patch but from what can be leared Ferd McGhee holds the record to date JZ I L Milner farms in the week and Halls on Sunday Your humble contributor waa at Gar A MACHINE WITHOUT A PABALLELL IN REAPER field this week on business HISTORY Every part of it ia constructed of tho beat nnd Btroagoat Some of the farmers are almost done material procurable The platform made of selected timber is thoroughly planting corn in this section to any tendency of the sill and Misses Fannie May Glasscock and braced safe or warp is fully overcome by a steel rod Â¬ JFronle Jolly went to Garfield last Satur THE GEARING is of well tested strength andboing located rlth day ahoplng the rake head and main framo close to tho drive wheel its compactness Q H Hall was in our midst this weok tends to the perfect balance of tho machine and the total elimination of looking after a fine milk cow which ho side draft By tho adjustible brace rods of tho high rakja hoad tho rakes bought of F R Glasscock for 35 can be regulated to makejx clean sweep of the platform leaving a perfect W J Glasscock and wifo spent a fow gavel days at Hudson last week visiting his The tripping device is a notable featuro of this machine it is ex wifos brother Tom LeGrand and sister tremoly simple and accurate an adjustment of the latch regulating the Mrs Tom Drane action of tho rakes and allowing them to operate at intervals or success- The musical entertainment given by ively as the driver may dosire When the crop is thin and a prppor Preston Butler last Saturday night was sized gavel can only be obtained by allowing tho outtings to nccuihulale quite well attended and pleasantly en on the platform TflE RAKES CAN BE TRIPPED INTO ACTION BY THE FOOT OF THE DRIVER AT WILL joyed by all present THE DRIVERS SEAT is adjustable to allow tho drivers woight to boys and girls in thuuand Mot all the and can be taken off by removing a bolt Cave Hpring section contemplate a pleas balance tho machine THE MAIN WHEEL IS STRONG AND SOLID and gives to the ant sojourn to the ever famous and most historical Sand Knob in tbe noar future reaper mechanism suoh perfect running as can only como from groat power easily delivered Your humble scribe shall not enter in THE EASE WITH WHICH THE RAISING LOWERING AND to the political arena at this date to any TILTING MECHANISM can be operated cannot be improved upon However I considerable extent It iH characteristic of tho Osborne Reaper leave t eay a few words In this comma PEKIN 8sl front cutterbqi truss 4 - Â¬ BcMUsOniy n4 - nil uOLD SMU aouter PlnaT A II itTW aokk and MratMol rtttf Umax M MSSSlMs ul 26a BO ami 100 SUM BE SURE YOU OCT fcMvt ft wWKmMWfm9H99W Wtmnm nct KtHlill tf Lw out Republicans S for family consumption purposes his the News family having used and consumed 50 other gold bugs l Shalt spare nollner hide hair nor tall Deef rotten roast gallons refrigerated Further more allow If tile engineers of freight trains who nor me to say the cause Is greater than any run through this town gel any worse and I think it behooves every about whistling their engines the good man Democrat in llreckenrldge county to see country people will have to take to hitching their horses about 3 miles be Â¬ that Breckenridge goes instructed to the convention for P Watt Hardin for fore getting to town for It U m every State t nnd all the time rem- - governor first someone with the day sight to tilllnr the BKKt toistol ISKRE Rented by the height of the inside divider FOR TRANSPORTATION on the Kate road or throueh narrow ALL POSSIBILITY OF CLOGGING THE GEARING the platform can bo quickly folded J The thorough ofnclenov of the Columbia has been proven in Innumer Â¬ able contests where its lightness strength ease of adjustments speed in cutting and forming of gavel is have mado it victorious wuvb R S BANDY Irvington Ky for a ale yajr OHAS MILLS Ghiston Ky se V nsm