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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - r - I iiif Tf T V iv VOL TTTTv JL JL JLjp wo retain them A BRECKENRIDGENEWS ALxLv THEX NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 7 XXIII SAYS Shrll wo be a republic CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE in America and a monarchy in the lJiil llpluee a republic In the Occident and u empire In the Orient Shall our chief t xecutivo havu au addition to liin tltlo and be known as the President of the United States and Emperor of tho Pni lipiuesi Is not tho trend towaid the disintegration of tho republic and the establishment of a contrabzid gov Â¬ Will ernment call It what you inaj One the Filipinos be clt ztnsorseifi or the other they must be If they are capable ol self government thfy should bo free If they nre not capabio of self government it is contrary to good policy and dangerous in the extreme to clothe them with uit znuhip and they must perforce be held in subjection and sub jugation iinve we the right is it right to thell them into subjection and to reluse them freedom or citizsnship and make them our subjects serfs or serv- Â¬ ants Shall not every one who owns allegiance to our government be asov eteiguV if not tit to be citizens they cannot bo pre Hi able as citizens There Â¬ fore wo must make them pniltnblu as servants unices indeed we make them our wunls and take up the White We are not called upon Mans Burden to do this by their proximity to us hy should we do it Our experience with our wards the Indians who hava been relused citizenship and our citizens the Ntgroes who perhaps suould have been relused citizenship is not Buch as to cause us to make haste to bear the re- Â¬ sponsibility A century of experience with our wards and three decades of experience with these later citizens even with them at our doors and among us does not presage tueceas with tho Filipinos with Why the wide ocean between us The Bhould we retain the Pbillipines constitutionality is doubtful if it is not certainly a violation of the instrument it 1b in opposition to the spirit of our insti- Â¬ tutions We ask Europe to supplant monarchies with republics and boast of our spirit of liberty and freedom and yet we are asked to retain a people who are not fit for citizenship or freedom and in effect to change the lltig cf tho free to the flag of tbo serf when ylantod on Philllpine shores It is not economy to retnin them I read in the newspap Â¬ ers that it is no place for a poor man and that both there and in Cnba and Porto lllco the poor are plenty and the laborers are unemployed It 1b not economy to add these hordes to our own hordes of the idle and assume their care and keeping It was once said the harvest 1b plenty and the lab- Â¬ orers are few but we must now remem Â¬ ber that the harvest is small and the laborers are many If wo cannot send our laborers there we had better not have the additional territory If we re Â¬ tain the islands shall we keep these peo- Â¬ ple on the islands or are we to open our Better Ohinese immi- Â¬ doors to them gration than this They will be subjects perhaps but surly subjects perhaps dan guioua and would require the strong arm of the military to control tnem Surely the prospect is not inviting What and who demands that we shall The god of Mammon only keep them who relies upon the single gold standard to sustain his throne here asks the mill taiy to be his Prime Minister there Under the pseudonym of Commerce he seeks to beguile tho unwaiy and spread his dominion and strengthen his strong- Â¬ hold The Gold Standard and Imperialism are band maidens or rather twin giants going hand in hand to the end that the power glitter dazzle of money shall be supreme and secure and that all things shall work together for the good of Mammon The laborer must give his toil the parent his child and the young man his blood that these men may sit at the festal board and drink the wine cup of power pleasure and plenty Shall we retain the Phillipinea perma Â¬ nently I answer nol I answer in memory of the Fathers of the Republic I answer for tho patriots of 70 and 12 I answor in an effort to keep alive the spirit of liberty and freedom in this land I answer in behalf of struggling I answer in behalf people everywhere of the tolling and lowly I answer in opposition to tho tendency to the cen Â¬ tralization of power I answer iu oppos- Â¬ ition to Mammon I answer in the hope that this country of ours and every inch ot its territory shall remain and continue to be tWland of the free and the home of the brave Â¬ 199 NO 47 j i -- NIT aKMlTRRAY iilAnswcr to a Question oh 4pansi0nit f Ve i PERTINENT QUESTIONS M A Ex- - Cassidy Writes a Pointed Letter Out but that yon stopped in tho band wagon at the last minute This I have not re peated till now and now only to you And so on ii infinitum 1 do not care for these thines They cannot figuro in the race What wo want Is bettor schools and wo shotil I a work to that Albert Thompson Â¬ 1 HOT TIME PROMISED Makes Some Salty Charges Royal aorst BAmwa Baking Powder SUMMER OPERA end j Should Not Retain the pines Pliilll- - nr McChesncy Falls to An swer It - AtaibAbquet givon by the Young Mens Democratic Club at L ulsville Wednesday night C D R Murray In response to the tots Should wo retain I 1 H fc S If tx L 4 14 3 tbo Phllliplnep pptko as follows Mr Toast Master Gmtlomen Th le is not a man in this audlenci whose head will not lie in death before this question find itsresu ta are settled Tho subject involves the questions for ui to t olve corqaiit of or succor to struggling people Iraperlftlitm or Dein ocrncy llberiyoV sjfjaijation In dlscussirrRThit question We must consider tho constlutioiiallty rf it the justice of it the i cv amy of ir I know that it may now bbcorisldered too late to ditcuES the cotititutlouality of this question or perhaps anv othtr Tho instrument Is to tjme effete and it Beems to have lost itri power and author ityWhen it stands in the way of the ac accomplishment cf t io designs md pur- poses of certain class 8 and conditions of men but becomes powerful and impreg- liable when appeal 1 to by the in in tho behalf tf their ends i r aiinr I will not discuss t io constitutionality of the retention oftbo Phillipint Islands further than to remark that if it be one of the inherent powers of tms govern ment to conquer and hold the territory it is certainly a power not thought of by the fathers who formed and adopted that instrument They surely never dreamed of thj right or even the desire to subju- Â¬ gate foreign people end hold their terri- toiy Tnpse who fought for libtrtyand for freedom did cot think while doing so that they were leaving ingrafted in their goveiment the power either esprossed orimplled to entlave or uubjujfiito oth erp The relation that the Flipiuos will bear to us and to our government after they are conquered is a question that no one has yet answered and those who ad-vocato the doctrine of expansion have never even in their silent at If commun Â¬ ion dared to form an opinion on this point They will appeal in vain if in Booth they appeal ut all to the fathers for the solution They who wrote and Bpoke in the formation of our govern Â¬ ment wrote and spot e only of a govern Â¬ ment by and with the consent ot the governed Any other idea is horribly repugnant to the spirit of our institution The subjugation of the Indian may bo ex- Â¬ cused on tho idea tl at they are within pur own borders ard self preservation ri quired it The annexation of Cuba may be apologlz d f r by reason of the fact of its proximitv to us anc that it was our duty to inte fero for the protec- tion of its citizans and that we should hold the kland as a bulwark and protec- Â¬ tion from foreign inv ision None of these retsons apply to the 1 hillipines and tb ir retention could only bo an exerclsi of power over a weaker people again 1 their cons tnt and without excuse or apology Taking them from Spain was rig it Buying them fiom Spain was wro ig Deweya shells into the fleet which uarded Ma lila and his occupation of Ma Jila as Spatish ter- Â¬ ritory were acts in the cripplng and conquering of a power with wl ich we were at war The t jelling of tue Fili- pinos is I fear pi ding to deith tho spirit of 70 there a id here fo which When II V McChesney candidate for State Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction was in this county he charged that M A CS9idy his opponent was a lobbyist for the school book trust When Mr McChesney made this charge ho knew he was not telling the truth The following clause from the school bill introduced by Mr Cassidy explains his position on this question Ac further riyht before final adoption to uncertain if the price ul which any and all hooks are offered are as low as the same ijrade of books are sold else uherc in Hie United States and in no event shall any bids be uccejled ttnless said bid is accompanied by the sworn statement of said publisher or publishers that the price set down in their bids is not above fifteen per cent above tlic coat of production Thus it can be seeu that Mr Cassidy k A y M h J Bunker Hill I admi that I was inxious to see Spanish blood spilled for ihepro tection of the Cuban was williig to see the Spaniard all to give freedoi a to the Filipinos but I am vnwilling to see the blood of the Filipin s flow at the hand of tho American eoluiers in the tubjuga- tlon ol that people Uod Almighty will not bless the posteriTy1 of an- ancestry who fought for fret Jom and liberty if that posterity seeks to enslave or oppress others Tho conquering of the Filipinos will not satiate the spirit of conquist and when it finds no mere Filipino to con quer it may find jx ople at home over whom to assert its power and tnus will thospirit of libertv and of freedom find a foefand its Victims in our own borders The question of tho capability of the Filipinos for self government need not be discussed when the permanent reten- Â¬ tion of their territory is intended We will be compelled to exercifcj tho fane tlonsof an empire in the FhlUploss If - t 7- - Mother and Babe NONE f ummfln nAuv U fip inA flfirlnflr cfdldWrth And still nearly all this ui-tering Is uontcctaxty The faithful om of buf mother knows ttvt angulth and Ami that a WQTjHES FRIEND will in retmeaure overcome every 1 ammuDg ynipiom ana udot iimii win Rrmember BotBavenrterloittoWeal Wut MOTHERS FRIEND b an ex- - f tenul liniment that toftea and relaxes the miuclot and is sot a dangerous I comoound of oolates to swallow Asfc your drugeht for it or na Mice 1 to M 3 i I m fflSSSEtTTc Send for our book uefore llaby I TNC MUMHID RCCUUIM S9nU free illustrated Uora 6 k has done more for the cause of good schools and cheaper text books in Ken- Â¬ tucky than any of his opponents Mr Cassidy when he made his can vass in this county conducted it on tho highest pane He spoke of his opponents in the most complimentary terms and all who met htm were impressed with the fact that he was a high toned honorable gentleman His sole reason formakini this race is to promote the cause of education In Kentucky Mr Cassidy is one of the leading Edu- Â¬ cationists in the United States He is quoted a an authority by tho leading educational journals and what is thought U his ability mpy be seen on another pace under the head of Home and School Be has loss beaa aware of the coward Â¬ ly attack made on him by McChesney and the following letter which Mr Cas sidy sent to his opponent speaks for itself Our readers can judge which of the two is the clean courteous high minded gentleman and they certainly will not think it is McChesney Lexington Ky April 30 1899 Supt H V McChesney 8mlthland Ky Dear Sir It has beon mv invariable practice to speak in the kindest terms of you and my other opponents where I have gone during my canvass No one can say to the contrary I started out with the idea that tho position we seek Supt of Pub Instruction is an office of dignity honor and importance andthac I would do nothing in attempting to se- Â¬ cure the nomination to lessen my self re- Â¬ spect or in any way detract from the dignity of the office If I cannot win on my own merits I am quite suro that I do not want to secure the office because ef anothers demerits I thought the canvass should be pitched on a high plane and from my past acquaintance with my op-Â¬ ponents I fully believed that they would gladly occupy this position Hence imagine my surprise when in- Â¬ formed that you of all others have been telling that I am a book lobbyist the candidate of the American Book Co etc This is absolutely untrue No one knows better than yourself why I was in Frankfort last winter a year ago Not only was I the author of the bill provid- Â¬ ing for a better system of rural schools for Kentucky but I worked for it This is why I was in Frankfort and in that bill as you know there wero sections which provided for as cheap books aa did the Ohinn bill I have heard that you are the candidate of the American Rook Co but on no occasion have I repeated it because I did not believe it and also becauso I do not caro to win an office by A friend cf mine Supt defamation Haynes of McLain Go told me in Louis- Â¬ ville that Mr Dorland of the American Book Co was for you would do nil he That Throbbing Headaoho could for vou I told him that I knew Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of nothing about that and that I would sufferers have proved their matchless rather have Mr Dorland against me than merit for Sick and Nervous Ilcwdaches for me This I have never repeated till They pake pure blood aud strong nerves now and now only to you and build up your health Easy to take Another whoso nmo I am not now at Try them Only 28 eta Money back ilayues liberty to mention told me that you Bold by Short if not cured Druggists have as a cherished gift in your house a bridal present from Mr J E Dorland A Successful Event a representative of the American Book Tho entertainment and festival given Co This I have never repeated till now at the hospitable botno of Mrs Robert and now only to you Pierce last Tuesday evenins was a suc- Â¬ I know that at the meeting of the cess in overy way The program was Supta at Frankfort of which you wero unique and delightfully rendered and the refreshments were splendid Miss President you were opposed to any Jessie Shull and the Misses Eva and book legislation and that you at tho EljiK May ore to be highly compliment solicitation ol a representative of a Book ed for the great services they rendered In making the event a success The Ookopt down all discussion of the matter This I have not mentioned till promoters real 20 for the car about pet and of the Methodist church now and now only to you I have been informed that a gentle- man of your county asserted publicly in TM Kind You Haw Always Bought Swaths the Bowling Green Normal School that aVffutsrs you were organizing for gold standard iStVi v K Â¬ Â¬ by saying that the report that you are said to have circulated is Claims Honey Was Used to Secure His Defeat false in every partlcun- - and that for your own sake if not for mine you will Albert Thompson who was defeated not repeat it in the primary election for representa- Â¬ Hoping that the friendly relations that tive from Meade county lias addressed havo existed beteen us maycontinue the following hot letter to tho voters of that county I am yours Guston Ky May 31 18IM M A Cacsidy To tub Democracy ok Mkadk County Copy I as a defeated candidate in the late Primary wish to dieclalin any intention of personal interest in the matter which I herein propose to discuss I accept my defeat and have no desire to contest in my own behalf but in tho interest solely of the Democratic parly ol my county and State You will all Article in Education Written recollect that I charged my opponent with being the candidate brought out by by Superintendent Cassidy certain parties in the interest of Corpor- Â¬ ations and at the commencement of tho Comparison of methods of the Past campaign I could not for certain call the and Present names cf the parties to the transaction but during tho progress of the canvass Primary teaching in tho years gone by I learned more and more until near the wore homo work In fitct it wits dis- windup I came in possession of facts tinctly characterized by what might bo that if true should place tho seal of termed Tho child condemnation mothers work upon any man who learned from and through the mother would resort to such method to secure a albeit unwittingly the first essential of Democratic nomination in Meade Coun Â¬ mental development He saw tho moth- Â¬ ty and if I mistake not the temper of er laying the foundation and corner stone the Meade County Democracy will not of his educational structure but no more sanction such methods I charge that comprehended its full purpose than tho at least 100 and possibly aa much as Porto Itican Cuban or Filipino does 800 was sent to this county by Railroad what Americans understand by the term Corporations to defeat me and thai llborty friends of my opponent disbursed the Modern todays primary education same at various voting precincts in seems to have gone off on a tangent Meade County on the day of the Pri Â¬ from the old tinio circle of first intellect- Â¬ mary for the purpose of debauching the ual work Tho home has seemingly voters and thereby defeated mo for the been placed iu the background while nomination All this I propose to es- Â¬ the school has been substituted in its tablish beyond a reasonable doubt and blessed place more besides Now what I desire la Superintendent M A Cassidy in an that the Democratic Committee of Meade article entitled Home and School County be called together with the day published in the well known educational fixed to investigate theBe charges and if magazino Education very succinctly proven to be correct for them to take and clearly presents the present status such action aa may seem to them best of the case and the future needs of this Now as I Bald in the outset I do not phase of educational work wish it understood that I make this Mr Cassidy first makes the statement fight for any personal interest I was de- Â¬ that the earliest education was domes- feated by the vilest methods that lies tic Then he adds there still exists and money could contrive and I do not the m sto ntimate and Bacred relation desire the nomination nor would I now home and school between them receive it under any consideration but I Mr Cassidy writes most strongly on havo an interest in the Democratic party tho necessity of parents training their of my County State and Nation and children or as he aptly puts it of using when I see unworthy men and measures means to awaken the intelligence of sought to be fastened upon the party by their children money sharks and their tools in this The need of inculcating in a childs county I feel as a Democrat and citizen mind the love of good healthy innntal that a halt should be called Democrats growth giving books is clearly portrayed and esp dally tbo democratic committee From the first and most essontlal home of Meade county I alleged these charges work Mr Cassidy takes up the school for your serious coniideration and if room work and calls particular attention you deem it best to investigate the matto the great need of parents taking a ter I hold myself in readinees to make deeper interest in the mental cultivation good the charges that I have herein of their children by teachers made One paragraph in his essay well em Â¬ If I cannot then the party wishes to phasizes a particularly pertinent truth know it so that the nomlneo may have that teachers should not be mere hearers the united support of the party and if of their childrens lesson because all they are true then I hold the nominagood parents want their children to be- Â¬ tion was obtained by fraud and in viola- Â¬ come thinkers There is a world of tion of law and should be set aside truth in this Yours A J Thompson In closing his essay Mr Cassidy calls especial attention to the need of a closer TTeauty m illooij Deep co operation between teacher and parent No Clean blood means a clean skin for the purpose of overcoming beauty without it CaicaretsCandy Catlmr doubtless tho present tendency of shifting part of tio clean your blood and keep it clean by lazy liver all the brain cultivating work from the stirring up the the body and driving day imBegin to to from teacher and most properly so Leador Curitics pimples boiU blotches blackheads and that sickly biliouH complexion by taking Bad management keeps more people Cascarets beauty for ten cents AH drug gisU datistaction cuaranteed 10c 25c SOc in poor circumstances than any other TAKEN BY STORfl one cause To bo successful one must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itsef Black Wag the Dominant Color Last he is ready to take advantage cf it A Week little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time A prudent If judged by numbers the colored and careful man will keep a bottle of people wero the dominant race in Clov- Â¬ Â¬ Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr erport last Suuday They wero here by hoea Remedy in the house the shiftless hundreds and they represented almost fellow will wait until necessity compels every shade of complexion it and then ruin his best hoiee going for They came on excursions by rail and a doctor and have a big doctor bill to river to attend the annual Suuday School pay besides one pay b out 25 cents the convention other is out a hundred dollars and then The visitors remained until about wonders why his neighbor is getting midnight Sunday richer while he is getting poorer For Out Under Bond R A sale by A R Fishot Cloverport Sbellman Stephensport John Laslle who was shot by Sam Brown continues to hover between life SEASON IS OVER and death Brown Is undor a 300 bond awaiting the outcome of Leslies injuries Strawberries Are Now Rotting In The Lt me closo Makes the food more delicious and wholesome eowpie co wtw vonn OBJECT LESSON On Good Road Building Cloverport Is Enjoying Theatricals Open Air HOME AND SCHOOL Â¬ The Great Western Theater Company ono of tho best reportoire companies on the road gave a porformanco at Robin- Â¬ ington Next Saturday sons park Saturday night On account of the seriouB illness of the leading actor Will be Taken In by Clias Bonier at Mr Don C Hall the play Rudolph Citys Expense the Cripple which was advertised could not be presented and a specialty per- Â¬ Monday nights session of the city formance had to be enacted in its stead council was made interesting by reason The large audience present were en- Â¬ of the fact that the city dads did some Â¬ tertained by a hastily improvised enter- Â¬ thing toward the cause of good roads in tainment which demonstrated the ver Â¬ satility of the company this section After the regular business had been The troupe is travelling in its own disposed of Ed Goodnight appeared be special palace car which is one of the foro the body and stated that Agricultu- Â¬ handsomest of the kind in this country ral Commissioner Lucas Moore had Tuesday night Rudolph the Cripple made a call for a good roads convention will be presented and no doubt the peo- Â¬ to meet at Lexington June 10th ple will be pleased At this convention practical tests of road making will be given by govern- Â¬ BACKACHE should never be neglected ment experts who will demonstrate to It means kidney disorder which if al Â¬ those who attend the convention how lowed to run too long will result in all the problems of drainage that are Brights disease diabetes oi other serious presented on country roads will be over- Â¬ and often fatal complaints FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kid come A R Fisher Cloverport Mr Goodnight suggested that as Chas ney disorder Bohler bad been appointed road super- Â¬ E A Witt Hardinsburg visor for tills district and as the city would bo tho largest beneficiary of his work it would be to the interest of the municipality to send Mr Bohler to L x ington as a delegate and pav his ex- Â¬ penses while on the trip The good ideas he could darivo at this school of demonstration would be of value to the city if practically applied Several Quarries to Be Exten- Â¬ John D Babbagn then addressed the sively Developed conncil and spoke on the same lines V H Bowmer one of the largest tax payers in the district pointed out the Victory Sandstone is the Best In the fact that the absenco of drainago waa re- Â¬ World sponsible for the bad condition of our county roads and thouuht that the ap Â¬ The quarry interests in this section pointment of Mr Bohler as delegate to are growing so rapidly that sandstone wise idea the convention would be a Mayor Barry approved the step and and limestone may prove to be K ion thought it would be of advantage to the dikes f wealth for Cloverport Tho largest quarry now in operation city Mr Skillman made a motion to the in this vicinity is the Cornwell quarry effect that the mayor be empowered to below this city About lifty hands are now employed appoint Mr Bohler as a delegate to the on the works convention and that an appropriation be Last week several new steam drills made to cover his expenses to Lexing- Â¬ aud hoisters wero installed and now the ton and back quarry is magnificently equipped in Mr Oelzo seconded tho motion Skillman Oelze and Conrad voted aye svery way A number of car loada of on the motion while Haynes and stono are shipped away every day Mr Cornwell is cleaning out the rock Llllard voted nay in the quarry so that he can Install chan- Â¬ On petition of It L Newsom Center nel lers in the next big contract streot was opened up for traflic TheSpottsvilloIronGravelCompanys The regular monthly bills were allowed and 500 waa appropriated to meet the limestone quarry just above the city will be in operation in a few days Juno interest on bonds Steam drills will be installed and an im Â¬ mense stono crustier has been purchased Truths Tersely Told Foleys Kidney Cure is a safe sure and is now at the quarry preparatory to remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Dit beginning work on a contract to furnish the city of Henderson with 100 cars of COc A It Fisher ease Guaranteed crushed limestone Cloverport E A Witt Hnrdinsburg A chemical analysis has beon mado of the sandstone deposits now being devel Â¬ BOOHINQ ORUEN BEARD oped at Victoria by tho Breckenridge Cannel Coal company Expert geolo- Â¬ of Him For State RepresenTaking gists say it is the best Band stono in the tative world and all architects who have yet seen samples of tho stone are loud in Quiet a number of prominent Demo- Â¬ their praises of it Tho Btrata is 40 feet crats in this county are booming Green in thickness and its proximity to the V Beard of Hardlnsburg for represenrailroad and the fact that it is compara- Â¬ tative They say that IiIb Democracy tively near the surface will make iteasy has never been questioned and that ho to work is the ideal man for tho tho honor Lang Irritation a consistent He is incorruptible Christian gentleman and one who would Is the fororuuner to consumption Dr not only work for the interest of the Bells will cute it and county and his coustituents irrespective give strength to tho lungs that a cough of party but would reflect honor on the or cold will not settle there Twenty place tlvo contfl at all good druggists at Lex- Â¬ WEALTH OF STONE Â¬ Â¬ Bobbed the Grave A Btartliug BRYAN RECEPTION which Mr incident of Fields BLOOD CURE SENT FREE The strawberry season has closed A Cure Tor Blood and Skin Diseases EoiThe berries yielded more prolitlcly this ran Pimples Boroftrta Blood Poison year than oyer before and thousands of Cancer Eto gallons wero shipped from this point if you haie tried lartapirillai patent md persistent The unprofitable market at the closo clnet anil doctored sad Hill hav old tho iLIn ores plninlu dltlreln eruptlontol of the season compelled many growors irint or lett itching umation Irritating akin ecxema icrofula ulcers contagious blood to let a large portion of the crop rot in troubles lever sores mercuriul rheumatism caurih poison boils lace covered with llttto sores cancer or any the fields blood taint then give II 11 II a trial because 11 Raspberries are now coming in and II Uounic lllood Ualu Is mada lorjust such and it to slay cured those despite reports o the contrary both cates diseases cures other milder eillclnes stubborn tail even that blood are evidence All raspberries and blackberries will be to benefitdiseased above named troubles and U II 11 blood In the body nf bad plentiful this year cures becauso It forces all the poison or Impurity or Btlucata Toar tlawals 10028c was the John Olivor ot Philadelphia subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yollow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back ami sides no appetite gradually grow ing weaker day by day Three physi cians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great Joy and surprise tho first bottle made a decided improvement I continued tholr use for throe woekt and am now a well man I know ttiey saved my life and robbod the grave of Â¬ Â¬ Cloverport Was Well Represented at Louisville Quite a number of Cloverport people attended tho Bimetallic Leaguo conven tion at Louisville last week Those who were present at the recen- tlon to Mrs Bryan at the Louisville ho tel last Friday were Miss Maggie Bow- Â¬ Candy Cathartic ir a 00 cure cormtlpatlou orerer tall druggists rotund roooej Wln Cmoarttn Id MVOXtXA CyfHMtfit Flourishing Sunday School One of the most flourishing Sunday schools in this section is conducted ev Â¬ ery Sunday morning at Holto chapel Tbe superintendent teachers and those who attend manifest great interest in the exercises and good work is being done blood humors out of the bodybones and entire sys Â¬ tem To remove all doubt of its power to cure we ofTerto send to any sufferarasamplnboltleofllil 11 H II Is an old well tried II absolutely free remedy hence we know that It cum o stay cured for the pcoi la cured by II II II years ago are well to day and free from all blood linpmities Cancer Bleeding Cancer ol Nose lip Cue or Internal cinrer bleedlngeatlng sorts are all cured by It H I the most powerful blood puri- Â¬ All drcgglita sell 11 II U at t per fier made bottle Write lor trial bottle and a sample of II II II will be sent by return mall lotte all charges prepaid Address tlLOOO II AIlt CO Jis Mitchell St Atlanta Oa Describe your symptoms and free personal medical ad vies will be give a Eating Sores ear or ncckeiterml mer Mrs J Babbage Mrs D R Mur- Â¬ ray Miss Alllenno Murray and Miss Minnie Murray Miss Maggie Bowmer was the gueat of Mrs Judge Tarvin at Louisville lost airothor victim No one should fail to week and she assisted Mrs Bryan and try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Airs Tarvin in recoivlng the guests at Short A Huynes Drug Store the reception Hon David R Murray J E Keith J Ita Hot You Bet D Babbage and others attended the Tho heated spell begau unusually convention as guests and visitors early this season For tho past three days the thermometer has been ambi Â¬ Mr P Ketcham of Tike City Cal tious to reach the 100 mark and in its Bays During my brothers late sick Â¬ elTorta climbed as high aa 00 The man ness from solatia rheumatism Chamber- Â¬ who inquires la it hot enough for lains Pain Balm was the only remedy you has the floor that gave him any rolief Many others have testified to tho prompt relief from Held a fleeting pain which this liniment affords For Rev Wise of Louisville held a sale by A R Fisher Cloverport It A meeting Saturday and Sunday at Cor Â¬ Sbellman Stephensport inth church near Jolly Station The County Is Dry attendance was large and Bro Wise won the love ot all who beard him According to a decision given by Judue Owen In thA olonlt i I t To Caro Ooustlpatlart VoroTOr Ml wjuDsy wm 1tocai option election u Candy Cathartla lOo or too Tko Caacarets HO O C IsUl to euro druggists wlund taoMy valid The county is now legally dry i w m w vw- - - Bi 5SPf BRECKENRIDGE 35555 perfections ami w6aknossus Jof our friends aro to bo deplored and foiglvcn not censured and inado an ofloiwi Tho District Confjranco at Ridgo Spring woh one of tnu best Our delegation were dollghttHl with their attendance Bishop Morrison presided and preached Friday and Sunday morning Neatly nil the preachers In the district Wbro pre Â¬ sent A young Air Nail made a splen Â¬ did welcome address Tiie next District Conference will be at Irvington Ky J II Coil of Mexico Mo who has been attending the Thoologlcal Somin ary at Loxington Ky arrived at Irvington Saturday Juno 3rd to bo the guest of Miss Blanche Jolly and visit relatives Mre Coll hia mother who was Miss Barbara Ball and formerly make her home with Thos J Jolly la expected here Wednesday next to remain some Â¬ times It was nearly forty years ago that Mrs Coil left Kentucky for Miss- Â¬ ouri and all this while she has kept up a correspondence with Uncle Jeff Â¬ News Fp rlttn 18110 SCORED A BRANDENBURG is D 4V 0 Btbbige Editor and WEDNESDAY JUNK 7 SIX CARDS OP TIUNKS PAGES ter lie How cktrRftl Ik OBITUARIES rU r 10 teals per line frt titrgwl per Uae HONEY IN ADVANCE fr tt tk rt f 6 eeati Mass Democratic Convention In pursuance of the action of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Stnt Executive Committee call Â¬ ing a State Convention to meet in Louis- Â¬ ville June 21ot 1800 to nominate candi ilaUs for State Oil es said Commltteo making it my duty to call a County Mass Convention I hereby call a Maes Con- Â¬ vention to meet in Mardlnalmrg Ken- Â¬ tucky at the Court House at two oclock standard time Saturday Juno 17th 1890 said Convention to Delect delegates to attend the S ate Convention as hereinbefore mentioned Those entitled to take part in Bald 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 iuviUd to be present and take part in said Mass Convention J Wiutwobtii Ohm Democratic Co Com Richard Adkibson Secretary County Judge Ahl in behalf of the fiscal court should follow the example Bet by the Cloverport city council and appoint Si Pate as a delegate to the good tions roads convention under the same condi Â¬ ns in Charles Colliers case THE FAMILY The following magnificent editorial on The Family is taken from the Chris- Â¬ tian Advocate Unusul prominence has been given of late to a nocinl scandal in New York City in which a woman of great wealth whom her hiubanri had divorced for the scriptural cause was almost instantly married to her paramour The whole affair is so disj ustiiig that wo should not allude to it were h not symptomatic of that increasing disregard for the aridity of the marriage tie which is one of the gravest perili of our American civiliza- Â¬ tion We are not a piophet of evil Nor do wu wish to exag erate either the actual or the possible dangers of the times in which we live Scattered far and wide over this yaet Republic there are millions of pare and beautiful homes in which the love of husbands and wives of parents and children is au abiding glory Such homes are the very citadels of virtue and religion K the dark day ahsll ever come when they are overrun by the unholy influences that are abroad in toe world then farewell a long fare- Â¬ well to all our greatness The very conception of marriage is that it is based on mutual respect and affection and that it is to be as perma nent as life Any other theory robs it of everything that makes it worthy of admiration and puts it on a level with the mere mating of brute beasts To sneer at such views as sentimental iB to show an utter incapacity for appreciating what is best and highest in our earthly existence When you strip away a mans sentiments from him what do you leave him but a more highly organized animal whose gift of rationality is an added means of procuring sensual gratification How any woman with the least trace of decency left can look into the faces of her children after she has deserted their father for a more congenial partner pass es our comprehension and how any man above the level of a brute can deliber- Â¬ ately put away the wife of his youth for the sake of a second union is likewise a myster into which we caunot enter Eyen when the law of the land lends ite sanction to such abhorrent proceedings they are none the less hideous in the sight of God The waning of lovd is a signal of dan Â¬ ger in the household More frequently tiian otherwise the husband is responsi ble for it He becomes absorbed in the pursuit of business and ceaseH to give himself to his home as he once did Or it may be that in awful disregard of the vows assumed before the altar lie plunges into a life of profligacy In the former case he is gravely remits in duty in the latter he is guilty of almoet unpardonable sin It is no wonder if lie succeeds In wearing oit the trust and devo tion that were once his Tho wonder really is that It takes so long for him to succeed iu the task In rarer instances it is the wife whoso narrowness of view or pettishness of temper or lack of appreciation chafes the marriage bonds till they are rent asunder Veiy rarely In deed is it tho case that she casts her womanliness to the winds and quite throws off the high and holy obligations which she has voluntarily assumed If women were on tho average of au low moral giado as men society would speedily go to pieces with a crash It may be that this editorial will reach the eyo of some that neod warniug If so wo beg them not to turn away from it with a flippant or impatient woid There are ten thousand husbands and wives who are beginning to draw apart in their aspirations and plans nnd pur- Â¬ poses and to whom the holy in inories of other years are but as a fading dream If they persist in following the paths ud on which they have entered increasing alienation is as certain to some as the grass ia to grow out of the earth Before they have gone too far to retrace thWr steps they should turn back and seek a better way Eyen if they care little for their own fate they should remember the debt wldch they owe to their chil dren The bitterest and most unwhole some recollection that can be planted in tho mind of a boy or girl is the recollec tion of a home without love without magnanimous forbearance without hu man dignity and full of mean jars and discorde and the worst of the matter a that nothing can root it out Through all the coming years it will live to be the death of joy to paralyze faith and to make nobility and greatness of character almoet an impossibility Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JnineB Itondutant in back from Mor gaufleld The Normalites had a fine time at Su phur Wells last Saturday The Federal graves in Brandenburg Resolutions Favorable to Ken- Â¬ cemetery were decorated the UO h f Moy tucky Asphalt Mra Dr Curry and her daughter Mrr Batec of Illinois visited Mrs J D liar Passed by the State Commercial Con- Â¬ din last week vention I had a pleasant visit last Friday Irom Mrs Glrard Foote and Mrs Will iol y The chief item of buslnes tho one that of near Irvln ton most vitally affected the interests of this Misses LuU Woollolk Georclo Helm county that was transacted at tho Stato stttter W lllu Bland and Charlton Ditto Commercial conyention at Loulsvlllo spent last Bundaj with Miss Clare Wimp last week was the pasiago of tho follow of Ekron Ing resolution Dr J It Dowden and lltil daughter KESOLVED THAT THE CITIES Pauline of bebiee are hi 10 Dr Dow- Â¬ AND TOWNS OF THIS COMMON Â¬ WEALTH BE REQUESTED TO USE den will remain a week to do some den THE ASPHALT PRODUCTS OF THIS tal work Mies Lula L wls and Dr Park Miss STATE IN MAKING STREETS PRO VIDED THE OWNEH8 OF THE Mary Lewis and W D Ashcraft attend ASPHALT IN THIS STATE MEEr ed tiie ice cream supper at Geo Lyddans THE PRICES OF COMPETITORS AND last Friday night MrV H C Mallu of Owensboro spout GIVE TO THE CITY SATISFACTORY A8SURANCE THAT THE WjRK a night with Iter daughter Mis Geo SHALL EQUAL ALL OTHER ASÂ¬ WorUud last wek en route to Ashland PHALT IN ALL ESSENTIALS AS A to see hor son P K Malin GOOD AND DUKABLE STREET Mr and Aire Henry Herndon are Tho adoption of this resolution was again installed at our famous Meade tho result of i fight made by a delega Â¬ county resort Old Mill on Don Run tion consisting of fifty of the principal near the white sulphur well business and professional men of this I was sony I did not know that Judtre county who were compelled to take this James It and Orvillo t killman were here action by reason of the fact that the last week to see our fatriep I have Louisville Board of Public Works was heard them so frequently spoken discriminating against the Breckenridge of I feel acquainted countv product Wm M Ditto has been quite a suQVr Speeches in favor of the resolution er from an ugly sore on ono of his limbe were mode by Richard Knott editor of the Louisville Post Ed Goodnight and Dr Dugan of Louisville preformed a slight operation and am glad to know others In a sense it was a clean victory for he is doing well In an addition to tho medal to be a Breckenridge county though it is not thought that the board will act on the warded next Saturday night in the oratorical cont- Bt tlure will be one present- Â¬ reccommendation ed to the pupil who lias made the great Â¬ Weak Eyes Are Made Strong est improvement in penmanship dim vision made clear styes removed Brother Litchfield preached at Cedar and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Grovo last Sundry It was Childrens kind speedily and effectually cured by Day there He pieached here at night tho use of Sutherlands Eale Eye Wo have no preacbim on the first and Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on third Sundays hard as we tried to ar Â¬ a guarantee by all good druggists range it VICTORY peep pour Youth L If vou are young vou nat- Â¬ urally appear so If you are old why ap- Â¬ pear so Keep young inwardly we will look after the out- Â¬ wardly You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray advance agents of age I fwlwflffffffffffffffil CASH PEICES AEE AWAY BELOW CEEDIT PRICES CASH BUSINESS saves money for the customer on every purchase The good customer does not help pay the debts of the dead beat He does not have to help h Â¬ 1 Ayers A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Out or Bruise Suddens Arnica Salve the best in tho world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Curo guar- Â¬ anteed Sold by Short Hayncs Drug Kists pay for book keeping when he patronizes a cash store A CASH PLAQUE OF GRASSHOPPERS BUSINESS IS THE KIND THAT IS DONE BY The Pest Are Chewing Tobacco Like Old Timers wilt surely restore color to gray hair and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life Do not allow the falling of your hair to threaten you longer with baldness Do not be annoyed with dandruff We wilt send you our book on the Hair and Scalp free upon request Wrfta to tho Doctor If you do not obtain all the tone nu you expected from the use of Breckenridge county grasshoppers have formed a bad habit They are addicted to tobacco chewing and the way they devour the stuff is alarming Last weok they invaded a tobacco patch at Kirk belonging to James Dur- Â¬ ham and in a short time they ate up thirty acres of the growing weod Tiie tobacco growers all over this sec- Â¬ tion are suffering from tho ravages of tho pest Bears the Signature of - W E BROWN Irvington Ky W the Vlitor write tho doctor about It Irobablr there If tome dlfllciiltr with your general lyttem whlcu mar he easily rcmored ddreu nit J O ATER I Lowoll Mall OASTOBIA j i ra una iou nave Always IJccrtt Big Revival Elder Bear of the Christian church assisted by Ed A Jordan of Madrid Ind also by Miss Roxie Shafer the siuginu evangelist Marengo Ind will hold a meeting beginning Thursday evening June 10 Elder Bcnre is a most elcquent evange Â¬ list He is original in Ills methods of reaching sinners and will no doubt awaken great enthusiasm there Ed A Jordan his assistant is a versatile gen Â¬ tleman and is possessed of linguistic ac complisbments which enables him to preach in lour languages Around the World Roscoe Severs is slated for a trip around the world He has been ap- Â¬ pointed to a position on an engineer corps in the United States army He is now awaiting orders to go to Manila via the Suez canal and will return via San Francisco For relief and comfort in Asthma BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYKUP has no equal Price 25 and 60 cents A R Fisher Theatrical The famous Great Western Theatre Company will give a series of open air performances every night this week at Robins Park The company ia com posed of talented players and is in every way worthy of public support Delightful Party party was given at the home of Mrs James Mattingly in honor of her guest Miss Mary Johnson Lex ington Monday night Refreshments were served and a delightful time was had A delightful Â¬ Case Decided The case of Samuel Sulzer against the heirs of the estate which was on trial in the United States District court before Judge Eyans at Owensboro was decided in favor of the heirs If the predisposition to worms in chil- Â¬ dren is not cured they may become ema Â¬ ciated weakly and in danger of convulsions WHITES CREAM VERMI Â¬ FUGE is the most successful and popu- Â¬ lar remedy Price S cents A K Fisher Â¬ S Business Changes A Pate Hardlnsburg has sold his livery business to Thomas Blvthe James Harris the former proprietor of the Hardinsburg hotel lakes the proper Â¬ ty back to morrow Piano Recital The sixth piano recital of the music pupils of Mrs Lodosca Douglas Stone will be given at Louisyillo next Friday evening and will be a delightful and ar- Â¬ tistic event Died a Natural Death post mortem examination of the the stomach of the into Cal Bashain re- Â¬ vealed tho fact that he died from natural causes and the coroners inquest bo do Ued A Back Taxes The back taxes for 1895 have been placed In the hands of Frank Payno for collection About 20132 is due the citv from delinquents Rocky Oanie Tho Cloverport base ball team played Hardinsburg nine last Saturday and wore defeated by a score of 31 to 27 MiEsLdia Davis is visiting MisaExle Wilson The thermometer standing about 90 Summer time Mre Alonzo Bennett recently made a visit to tier sister in Parkland Mrs Plock of Stephensport mother of H O Plock of this vicinity is his guest Mr and Mre Lebe Bandy and several others from Bethel attended church here Sunday Mr and Mrs Chae Drury left Friday evening f r a couple of tdays at district conference Wm Cain and W II Cain Jr went up to conference at the beginning and remained during the entire session Tho Bewleyville petition asking for vote oh local option has been presented to 70 voters and 70 of them have signed it Bro Walton preached us a a good ser Â¬ mon Sunday at 11 a m He was accompanied by his good wife which was agree able to us all Rev J H Coil will preach in the Methodist church Sunday June 11 morning and evening Everybody come and hear him Bro G B Overton will preach a ser- Â¬ mon at Webster Saturday evening June 10th on temperence He wants every Â¬ body to bo present Doubtless the singing will be of the best at our Sunday school Association next Thursday if the old proverb practice makes perfect bo true Misses Willa and Ernestine Drury who have been attending school atPewee Valley arrived at home last week Its just real nice to have them with us again R B McGlothlan of Irvington is a very frequent visitor to our town the oc- Â¬ casion of his visits being to see a dear little woman who is at present making her home in our midst The city of Lexington Ky which claims to hove 35000 inhabitants has 380 taloons sno saloon for 02 of the inhabi- Â¬ tants which includes women and chil-Â¬ dren Weye lots of work to do in old Kentucky The Bewleyville boys do not reflect any credit on their parents when they spend Sunday aftornoon playing croqust They surely are standing in the superla- Â¬ tive degree in the way of sinners It is not a light thing to do however lightly you may esteem it Miss Erne Woodcock of the Baptist Homo In Louisville will make her home in the future with Miss Lirzlo Anderson Miss Lfzz e was in the city last week for her aud they arrived at come Thursday The llttlo lady began immodiately to amuse her friends by her ignorance of country ways Prof E O Orabbe and wife will close tl elr school at Irvington with an enter- Â¬ tainment two nights of next week This promises to be coroething real nice and all of you be suro to attend They ex- Â¬ Hardly a day passes in families where pect to remain there next year and tho there are children in which BALLARDS pople of that place are fortunate to SNOW LIMINENT is not needed If secure their services Mrs Z T Stlth inyited a largo number quickly cures Cuts Wounds Brulees of her friends to her home last Friday to Burns and Scalds Price 25 and 50 cts a rag tacking This was a merry jolly A R Fisher day for all and let not any one think IRVINGTON lightly of a work day of this kind for our women make them particularly nice and Get your hats beforo June 10 Our enjoyable and even aristocratic We al Â¬ season will end on that date ways do our best at anything we under Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Helen Pollock attended the dance here Monday night I was glad to meet Miss Helen as I have always admired Iter letters to our papers Mes Â¬ senger and News nnd hope she will write fiom Buras where she is now liv- Â¬ ing Invitations to the third annual elocutionist contest of Brandenburg Normal are issued for Saturday evening Juno 10th at school building with eleven contestants The invitations are pretty In booklet form tied with the college colors On Tuesday evening June 13th a mus- Â¬ ical with dialogues and drills will bo held at the school building On Wtdnes day evening June 14th- will bo the Commencement proper All are cor- Â¬ dially invited to attend each evenings exerciser I was asked who the Irvington corres Â¬ pondent was Mrs It M Jolly has writ ten from that bright little city for sometime but she has not been writing for quite awhile Each one of our corres- Â¬ pondents bus a decided style which be- Â¬ comes familiar to us The supper given by the ladies of the MethodiBt church was a grand succees about twenty five dollars beiug taken in and they had scarcely no expense Yes ladies did it but remember husbands brothers sons went and gave their mon- Â¬ ey Then all honor to both The dance in Miss Lena Nevitts hon- Â¬ or drew a largo and selected crowd The floor was fine and the music entrancing We couldnt decide who won the blue ribbon for tho fantastic toe R H Nevitt G H Casperke Stuart Owings D S Richardson or Dr Burch Frank Ditto Sr is very feeble at his son Abrams Long Branch It is won- Â¬ derful how Mr Ditto has lasted and shows that be had a strong constitution aud then too he has alwaya received tho very best and kindest attention which has no doubt prolongod his days The Breckenridge delegation made it- Â¬ self heard at the Commercial Conven- Â¬ tion J D Babbage E- - O Babbage and Ed Goodnight were all there flourishing as Chairmen and committees I was afraldour newsy News would not get out on time but my fears were groundless I am very very anxious to be in Irv- Â¬ ington at the S S convention but I am so busy with my pupils practicing for tho closing exercises of the Normal It will be impossible I have several kind letters from friends inviting mo and I appreciate them oh so much There will be a now church erected at El zabethtown to bo kuown as the Lu cinda Helm Memorial Church Miss Helm spent her life in that town and the M E church South there was her spiritual home during her life work on earth This is as it should bo MIes Lucinda had a noble spirit of that caused her to give her time energy and means to thecturch at largo Wo who knew her love admire and still chcrioh hor memory BEWLEYVILLE ffl t - Breckenridge News FOR ONE YEAR AND A 3500 W Oxford Teachers Bible 6 CK tRSi mm KHBfeCSJ A w EOR ONLY Ep 2 SO I he Bible is one of the best editioJ ever printed It has a concordance bible history maps and indexed It is bound in full morocco A years subscription to the Bred enridge News and a 500 Bible fl 50 It is an unparalleled premium offe fill ELM AN Co take We are still paying Louisville prices Quarterly Meeting for nil produce and selling goods at bot- Â¬ Brother Howes will hold quarterly tom prices Co Siixluan meeting out at Carman next Saturday Our Millinery department will close and Sunday Juno 10 Get your hats beforo that date OASTOBLIiV Buntl W IM Kind Have Alwiyi Bought A little frlond of mine once became very angry so much bo that he said he was mad at everybody but God and Jesus He held on to hie religion you see We older people often fail to Bee anything in religion when our SlJKLMAN A CO Wo want to purchaie 3000 worth of frlonda fall uu sometimes even remain away from services because some other lien notes Give us a call attendant will ba there Tho little Im E II Siikluan Co THE BRECKENRIME OLOVERPORT MWS KENTrjCKY i nrji rT BETTER SYSTEM OF RURAL SCHOOLS FOR KENTUCKY Contlnucd from Thlnl Paso dollars and eighty one cents for inciden- Â¬ tal expenses I What a commentary on our school system With WInteru nipÂ¬ ping blasts whistling through tho un chinked cracks of many of her 1550 log school houses the school districts of the grand old Commonwealth average 381 for fuoll Did you ever nee a dingy old frame building that upon its poBt foundation looks like a forlorn ante Â¬ diluvian animal which whilo ileelng from tho raging flood had stuck on a Bpot bo bleak nnd barren that it would make you shudder to seo a grave there 7 Have you over heard tho wind dolorously whistling through the cracks of one of these little houses carrying diseaso to bo mo shivering child within while the hogs shuflled to keep warm beneath Have you ever seen any half clad chil- Â¬ dren ranging through fluid and wood in search of fuel to warm this school 7 This is u school which under Kentuckys sys Â¬ tem where every district roust look out for itself docs not oyen collect 381 for incidentals In my judgment tho main causes that retard the progress and impair the use- Â¬ fulness of Kentuckys school inhere in tho system The management of these schools is imposed upon the inhabitants of districts whose geographical outlines havo been determined by interests that Theso are oblivious to the public good districts are unnecessarily unequal in wealth and school population many of them are so small and their resources so meager that to equip and maintain effic Â¬ ient schools would necessitate oppres- Â¬ sive taxation The couutry schools are in large measure dependent upon the support and guidance of communities that havo no adequato conception of tho mothods by which good schools are made Tetty jealousies and neighbor Â¬ hood dissensions are reflected in their managoment Untoward influences that would be impotent in wider areas dis- Â¬ tract their councils and often destroy their usefulness Because of the absence of a central controlling body and the re- Â¬ sponsibility consequent to such a power the district school houses and grounds are inadequate equipments are make- Â¬ shifts or are wholly lacking there are Ave months of learning and seven ot for getting the selection of teachers is in the main in the hands of men whose only standard is a certificate whatoyer tho grade competency and teaching ability do not insure stability of position supplementary aid is regarded as extor- Â¬ tion and indeed in uamo only is there a rural ayatem of school Ono of the most marked evils of our district system is the inequality of tho dillerent schools in the same county In one district the wisest and most pro Â¬ gressive men are elected trustees They mold the public sentiment in favor of a good school They build a good Bchool house properly equipped and make the surroundings neat and comfortable A supplementary tax is voted and n trained teacher is employed This school is one among ten thousand and is altogether lovely But what a contrast may be seen in an adjoining district The school is ket in a ramshackle house which occupies the most barren nnfenced spot in tho community and is a disgrace to its civil- Â¬ ization This of itself tells tho charac- Â¬ ter of the school officers that that have been selected to direct the educational affairs of that community As a rule the school is in keeping with the sur- Â¬ roundings It is kept by a kinswoman of the trustees or by one of the many that are always to be found on Ken- Â¬ tuckys educational cheap counter With the county as a unit of organization ad- Â¬ ministration and taxation such an ine Â¬ Under quality would be impossible such a system two men could be selected from each magisterial district but elected by the county at large who wonld compose a County Board of Edu- Â¬ cation This board should operate and control all the schools oi a county Ninety nine times in one hundred this board wonld be composed of the best men in the county It is easier to get eight or ten good men than it is to ob Â¬ tain two or three hundred of that char- Â¬ acter This central body would have the interest of all the schools at heart With the county as a unit of taxation all the schools could demand equal facilities for If the education of their children there should be a county tax for repair Â¬ ing and building for incidental expenses for prolonging the school term all the A schools would be equally benefited good school here and u scoro of bid schools there in the same county would The County be a thing of the past Board of Education vnuld have tho se- Â¬ lection and assignment of teachers which would obviate inlarge measure community dissensions nepotism would be eliminated and to a large extent merit would be controlling lnlloence in the selection of aWching force The school law would not become a doad let Â¬ ter becauso of school officers too ignor- Â¬ ant to road or too dull to understand Its mandates The public service of such a central controlling body would bo as closely observed by the people as that of any of the governmental functions in which they have an elective voico and if one school in tho most isolated com- Â¬ munity should be neglected or its affilrs not properly administered tho wrong wonld be censured by tho entire municipality As a connecting link between tho sev- Â¬ eral schools and the Central Board pf Education thore should perhaps be one local officer for each school whose duties should be custodial and advisory Too much stress cannot be put upoa the lack of local aid undor our school system There mutt be a sum raised annually for building and repairs and to defray the necessary Incidental expenses of the aapools and thore iluiuld be a local fund for the prolopOTtlon ol the school term Both of these should be made o 1gttory upon tbosq functionaries who estimate the budget ofthe annual municipal ox jMtuoa It thould bs daemed m essen Â¬ tial to properly malqtoln the education al Interests of a county as any other gov rnraeittat faacMon The onh defense fojr any kind of school kxttioata ibat it Â¬ Â¬ ttikB3 at the countys eeat be Wards the district collector who duns in for a school tax on his return borne nn impostor and tlio additional tax as imposition lie would rathor pny ico tlio ambunt to tho constituted tax- therer who lias beui slnuo tho found- j of the Common vcnllli tho receiver cling ofllcor Iwlliirnl with derful Mr iHnKhtor and Ick ntomncli ami our breath was very titid After taking a fnw ilmas of Caacarcln we lnvn Imiirnrril womlutfullr Tlmy aru a droit luilp In tho fainlljr WllIIEtMINA NllltL 1137 lllttonhotuo St Cincinnati Ohio CANDY I have been tnln CAftCARKTSi nnd n n ml lil ami pltpotlro laxatlre tliey am Hmlr wonI were BREATH TRADI MANN wtOISTttMO BAD f- - all monies requti d in tho tdminis- tlon of 8tato and municipal govern jnta For the maintenance of ovory iction of our St te and municipal eminent except in supplying local 1 to tho rural common schools the unty is tbo unit of taxation Tuo rural hool is tho only go ermnuntal outcast ko Oliver Twist pauper zd aud per iling for lack of proper susenancc ey can only ask for rjioro in a half mrted shame faced way and t ion for eir temerity be elabored w itb tho dslatiye spoon J lie rural school is t a literary poor iouso The sooner reabn this the letter it will be for ry country boy and girl in tl e Com nwealth Instead of 8101 cistricts havo 110 This voul I make county the unit for school o ganiza-i administration and taxation In a monwealth lik Kentucky where jcounty is the un t for the tdminis on and malntet mco of evety other Omental functii n why should the Jols be the ex jption ro the kols less important than the public fe Is the prosec itioti of an Ignorant o for the the tneftofahcK more Airtant tnan tho fostering of schools fro the nations Citizens are formed ho punishment oi crinio inori essen to good governm nt than its proven jn by properly trai aing the Common faiths children two thirds of whom e dependent on the rural school For the purpose of comparison let us what five of the loading cititsofthe fciuionwealtb and tho counties in leu they are located are doing for r schools Theu cities are Louis 1 Covington Lrxington Newport ijaducah The rchool population of Jflve cities is 110 677 The school na of the fiye are administered by hve trustees Louisville having the c number fourteen Those five maintain their schools for ten hs in the vear hve splendid I housep and all modern appli- Â¬ es at a local cost c f 108050 22 Each y is a single district ana is the only lbr organization and taxation In of them the wealthiest waida are rde to help bear the educational bur Â¬ ps of the poorest And so all the Yds havo equally good houses equally d teachers and equally long school a Another adv intaga not t be de Â¬ mised is the fact that both trustees and citizens nave an equnt interest aud pride v flll the schools o the entire urban Â¬ 1 -- Oootl Merer Sicken Ploannnt Palatable C Weaken or Orl CMrM Potent Tasto flood 10c Do 2jC Uic 315 strtigglo for tho public good Tho teach I ora of Kentucky must take tho load bellevo thoy will do it with an unflinch Â¬ ing boldness that Is worthy of the cause aud of Kenluckiruis It is Bald that tho tower of Dabel was built in ordor to pro diico rain by beating its roof with ham mors Lotus beat nn that tower calltd public opinion until wo can havo such a copious ratn o good nonso that the old may bo washed away beforo it nnd something that is progressive and effi Â¬ cient spring up in its stead Whon tho battle of Koenlgratz was fought ondlng with a decisive victory for tho Austrian Prince Blsmark spoke theso winged Tho Dchool master has con words So let it be Bald of the teach quorod ora of S YOUR FENCE AN EYESORE A 4f G TT S s la it au old picket mm 4s w allrtlr Unna tf flnlrflpf 1 4- f f- c MWililMWiSWft A niiiUMi in - the beauty of your lawn Aro you ashamed of it iw wMMr Mwnrtl If so you had bet ter decide to have a now one put up Kentucky Hlftllni nfy CURE CONSTIPATION fy Hitrtl Kf ttk HflTnRNn Bold and simranteeit by nlldrnc CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Ih Cheapest because it ia Best It is Best because it in Cheapest HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beauty to any place Its good points aro Beauty Lightness of It is built on scientific principles Every part ot HBtrenguienB Construction Strenh Dura bllity and Its Lastina Qualities lnere the other part There is no strain and ton years after it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheapor to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the most expensive iron fences and beats them all in appearance Ky May S 899 Clovekihirt Th Owensboko Kenck Com What the Editor of beauty nnd a Joy forever It enhances the appearance Gentlemen The Williams Fence morr tlun leaM me It is a thine of thin of my yard and discounts the other wire and Iron fences in inecitv I never got frrencr yaiuc ur my ihuiiet Popor Savo JNO D I1AI1I1AOR jtcneve mt It speaks for itself Call around and see the lawn fonco in front of Mr Babbnges resluence t n t t kflo rural territoriet surroundir g these cities has a school population of only 20075 Under our s stem the schools of these five counties ate controlled by 825 trustees Not twent of tho 275 schools are public schools for nioro thui fiye months because iu all this ri h area only tho pitiful sum f 300210 i raised by local taxation to supplement the chool fond derives from the State uis pans out only 13 40 to tue school nd shows more painly than many words the utter InefT ciency of the dis trict as a taxing uni In fifteen cities of Kentucky contaii ing a school popu- Â¬ lation of 140185 the nagniiicent sum of 58142075 was rais 1 by local taxation jn 1807 for school purposes In all the fist of the State inc ading nine fourth cites cities only 21183508 could be Of this the raised by local taxvtion sum of 41418 38 wa voted as a supple- Â¬ mentary fund If th a amount hid been equally distributed to the schools each would have receive For inci- Â¬ 511 dentals which inci ide fuel brooms crayon buckets and other things necessary to the comfori lblo condm t of the school 3005209 ere voted in 8104 Vatricta This would give to each school jitnagniflcont sum of 381 about the rico of a load of coal I am indi bted to ie tStato Superinte idouts vory latest 5port for these figun B God h lp and Mess the children of our grand old The bill oi science commonwealth or them a snow r pped peak Three Â¬ will bo tin Your Mirror Tf tlonaofe iparMlnsr syei healthy ssassr These sttractlona arena grace a wet expression th result n Jwayatomo Uf Stlnlue organsdisorder o IVI prat Jfc organ lieaa hlth If tiw hi Healthy Hl7 tfc ir dls h f Qartui lit strifcea at th root of all their trouble There i no menstrual dis Â¬ order ache or pain which Ifwlll not cure It Ja for tho budding gjrL tho busy rloaud thomatrou approaching tlio cjtange of Ue At every trying crisis Ja a wrann ljfd ix briao5 health strength and happiness Jt costs us women heautlfnl anA hphlihv McEUtEPS For advice in casoareqwingspcclal directions address giving symptoms Tbs LdlslAdvlo7lprtin6nt Tho ChMUopoga Uimdm Co Chat tanooga Tfrtit MM XOCMWA LXWXA of OaaoMlla i ra troubled at monthly Tauui SMtfas tanwt palna In mrlyL nd lotarvaU jrlta Â¬ roo of medlclae deader ffW is better to educate than to bang and imprison In other word it is cheaper and more humane for Jonep who is rich and childless and who apparently has no educational obligations to help edu- Â¬ cate somebodys child into a good law abiding self supporting citizen than to contribute to the expense incurred by his punishment for crime or be taxad to support his declining years in an alms- Â¬ house I do not know how much moro money is spent in Kentucky to ferret prosecute and punish crime than is ex- Â¬ pended in tho general education of her children It must bs a much smaller a mount for there are in the State over 400 000 illiterates and I am sur there are not so many criminals One thin howev- Â¬ er is quite certain and that is a very very largo part of our criminal have never been properly educated No community in so poor that it can- Â¬ not do something toward educating its youth Certainly there is not a county in Kentucky that ran nqt Therefore the assistance which the State renders to the smaller units should be made contingent at least in pnrt upon what the smaller units do for themselves This is tho recommendation of the Com- Â¬ mittee on Rural SchoolB to which I have A State educational before referred system Bhould be so organized and ad- Â¬ ministered as to stimulate and not repress local effort In any system this priuciplo is a vital one There is no justice in the distribution of the State school fund according to the district For enumeration of pupil childten says the report referred to example two districts lie side by side one havÂ¬ ing twenty and the other forty youths of school age the second district draws twice as much money as the other but the cost of keeping up tho two schools is practically the same The result is that tho school that neoda the most help re- Â¬ This inequality would ceives the least be obviated where the county is the unit of organization administration and tax ation Under such a system the State fund would be distributed t6 countie as it is to cities and all the schools theroby be equally benefited But whatever the plan of distribution the State supply should be made contingent upon what tho local unit does for itaelf Of late years the tendency of our rural population has been to the cities and townc The cauce is obvious Parents desire better educational advantages for their children Disgusted with the ut- Â¬ terly inefficient management of school affairs found in bo many districts of oui Commonwealth they sacrifice the an- Â¬ cestral home and rural independence for the sake of their children All of us know of many such instances If some Â¬ thing is not done to give them better schools with longer terms the time will come when all the best of our rural population will crowd into our cities This would be disastrous to our agricultural interests wherein are tho richest re- Â¬ sources of our Commonwealth The liberal education of the farmers child in the country is the probable salvation of the farming intertBts We cannot gjt away from the truth that the farm- Â¬ ers child must be made a useful citizen not only content to stay on the farm if that ia best but fitted to fill honorably and intelligently any station In life To do this he must have all tbo opportun- Â¬ ities of education and culture that aro given to the city child expert super Â¬ vision the well trained teacher tho long school term good school houses and modern euuipments and appliances It cannot be denied that country air and exercise and the obstacles which there must be overcome give stouter hearts sublimer courage and a more resolute will to the rural youth There is nothing too good for the country boy or girl They are the salt of the earth Nearly every man whoso name makes illustrious our nations ishtory was coun- Â¬ Tho cradles of try born and roared most of our Presidents havo been rocked by country matrons What au illustra- Â¬ tion of the fitness of the country as an Tho flowers and educative location plants that aro grown in city hothouses may be beautiful and graceful but those of tho country are certeinly moro hardy and useful There are few educationists in Ken- Â¬ tucky I bolioye who are not dissatisfied with the uyjtom under which our schools are now operated Ttiey aro familiar with its defects and their experience has shown them that it is utterly impos- Â¬ sible under it to accomplish the benefi Â¬ cent aim of public education They aro well awaro that under it the publio money is wasted tho schools are in the main inefficient and tho highest publio good is not subserved Tlioy are well assured that there is something rotten but what are they going in Denmark Are they going to to do about it smother their convictions with the cloak of conservatism or will they take up arms against this sea ortrouble and by opposing end it I am convinced that working on a unit tho teachers of Ken Â¬ tucky can accomplish much Thoy are the truo molders ot public opinion By crying out against and sparing not the educational evils that aro bo plain a way Â¬ faring man though a fool need not err therein they can be a mighty factor in accomplishing a needed revolution In our rural schools This is great civlo Â¬ Boars tho Signature of LLacM -- OP TH- EBE HELD AT SV ZZ3j W T BARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cioverport Ky PROGRAM Brcckenridgc --TO The Deering Ideal Binder A Machine County Sunday School Association IRVINQT0N KY ON Thursday 0 June 8th 1899 BFSION Without A MORN1KO Opening Song Pyayer Welcome Address Rev Jos T LewiB Kesponse R L McGufliu Music 1015 rheChristiau Culture of Child- Â¬ hood What it is and who is responsible for it Mrs R M Jolly 1045 Association Work and how it helps the individual Sunday Schoo Prof E A Fox State Secretary Music 1115 Reports of Schools Pledges and collection Music Benediction AFTERNOON SESSION Fault -- 0 Xtf It has durability Doering Roller and Ball Bearing in every Bearing of the Harvester insuring light draft and As well as being agent for tho Binder I have a large stock of DEERING REPAIRS Always on hand and can give you just what you want in a few minutes You will not have to wait until I send to the factory for them as I make it a point to keep repairs to supply every ono at a moments notico and to bo ready to help you whenever you need help This is no idle boast You know me and you know I mean just what I say Come in and let me show you my stock I have everything you need on the farm at tho lowest price possible for first class goods Dont buy until you see my stock and get my prices 115 MuBic Prayer What we need in tho Breckenridge county Sunday School Work T J Jolly 145 How to meet tho need for better teachers F N DHuy General Discussion Music 250 How to conduct a Primary Class Mrs Bate Herndon 3 How to enlist the church member Bhip T B Henderson 330 Punctuality its value and how Rev A H Davis secured 4 Treasurers Report Election of oflicers Music Adjournment JIVBNINO SESSION J W PATE One Months Weather A S Cox a farmer in Macon County Mo waa the subject of a good deal of rid- Â¬ icule for making the statement in a local paper that on the 8th day of April 1875 I wont sloigh riding and on the 8th day of M ty fillowing my corn was up higu enough to be seen half way across a 10 aero liild The old timers promptly pre -pronounced it a airy tale and said Mr Cox had overdrawn his imaginatirn Now he conips back at them with ths statement On the 4th day of Apiil this year I hauled wood on a sled over the road and the same month I have corn up three inches high Now you boys will have to come again iiltlTSST BlHUill 100 fcTKK IIK1UD McQuady Ky aTcWMABsi2JS I tj u 6B0tB0feAINET SUIOlU StWIKO MACKIMl xrrtlsfcC o i You cn examine It at your nearest freight depot and iUa found ctrfMtir iiinturr eicuj as repreeeniea THK l i oukUM ikcraHliu bUk uSCOOO aOTslJ JPralCi OY SEND WO MONEY pi fnbktMMtOur Special Offer Price 1550 Jr f9Q9iKQ ijsaauaeatmlLS CsE nts6 B tht la the greatest value ever offered by any bouse Tertismonte ottering Tftiioua Inducements awn 120 pounds and the freltrht will average 7S eents for each 600 miles MONTHS TRIALIn satlsHcd w CIVE IT THREE11550 any uar you are not your own home 11 and Sir we will return your sal trades of Srla Htklf tt SXiO S1OO0 SllOO all fall dcirribtt la Our frr Rfwlic BUehlfl Ctttlofaf l1 MlaBil kali 1330 for Ikl DROP DESK CABINET DURDIOK frl BEWARE OF IMITATIONS CTKUY GOOD 7 15 Music uvtimi Prayer Introductory Jno P HasweH Address Prof E A Fox State tary THE PUKUIUIV DKMCTHOKNtnK 0 aakatwa auklMi under various names with ha or - Ifira Writ toms rrltsd la Cfcleajra vriifi mi miT U 11 AUK IIIIIAK HAUK 1IY THK 1IFHT MAKFU X 0T OF KVBUT 1IIUH S A It 8 WITH THK 1 Jr Secre- Â¬ ruun AiiriirA ma wr y SOLID IlisO rousllicii elSf--s-r jiaiciuais AMFKllU QUARTER SAWED OAK raw J t enilWI - L Music Each Sunday School in the county is requested to Bond one or more delegates and all or cordially invited to attend V G Baiuiaue Prest Cunt Hook Secv Tho Eagle King of All Birds -- Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough Pine-Tar-Hon- is noted for Its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ tinct vision So aru those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for weak eyes styes soro eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents Tr burg and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ Effects of Music tors and for medicine to no avail until I This used Dr Bells Chlorosis and neurosis in young girls remedy makes weak lungs strong I are to be attributed largely to the abuse has saved my life J B Rosell Grants of the piano according to Dr Waetzhold 111 ters ball bearing adjustable treadle genuine Smyth f ron stand i uiwuih 2 est israt lllak r ti keia poiinTe luurmonim icrp IiaMiL wlni1r kllutAhlA hiArliira natnt tension nt foot Improved shuttle liberator Improved loose wheel adjustable rresserIs handsomely decorated carrier patent needle bar patent dress uuardhead andars uSs4balfll7NIOKEIi TBIJVIiyiED GUARANTEED las llfkttit raaalx aaat durkl r Free Instruction Book tells Is raraUkrS sad lwa or any kind of fancy work Just howanyoneeanrunlt anddoeltherplaln Is sent vrUh every machine A SO YEARS BINDrNO GUARANTEE and examine this machine vnn HUIHIHU itnthoseyourstorekeeperiiellsat compare it it COSTS 4000 SIOIHI pj to nnnn and then If convinced jm arsasUi S1S00 taoa J joarv ls tka JlBBO W TOTuURi TOIII SIJ0 If al ssy ll t wllkla lkr riYlakl A Co are thoroughly reliable -- I dltor DKtAT ears lloebuck t IHS OKDIB TOPaf n3lT - ono lUusirutlmi shows machine closed headdrop stsad ink plnBfromslRhttobeusedasaur lafcl place arsewlmr tka aikr fsasj for p full lencth tahle and head In with and Sriofri lilctt I80 skrlrloa frime carved paneled amboued4 cas Â¬ decorated cahlnct finish Bnest nickel drawer pulls rests on gSiSS8 r KIIToHBTfl p lull 11 llrs rt Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III- When you write mentionthis paper Brazilian Snakes Brazl will exhibit 500 varieties of snak es at the Paris Exposition One kind found in the United States will not bo represented the Brazilians considering it too everlastingly mean for any use Out of 1000 girls practicing before thoy are 12 years of ace 000 sufler from nervous disorders later in life The violin is moro disastrous in its effects but fewer girls practice on tjiat instrument The doctor gives no statistics as to the effect on tho neryes of persons compellad to listen to tbe practicing raausosiiiwiisi -- J iirsusn sisawBsiis Epa RATES Z uiiMmamimium 1Eammtj Tha PER OAY resi e itr ilu locator HotalHtrwcltu U DesJUK The Leading Specialists of America FREXEX Little Men and Women and Babyland IWbk and the VUICV JOHNSON JgifoUISYlLLEKY 1 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED Magazines have been combned Into v VECURE EMISSIONS Nnthlnn tan lie mora ilcmorallilnff to young or middle aged men thn the pres Ihey nightly loieoi ence of thc Iroluco weakness nerroumera a feeling of dliguat anil u whole train of symptom xney unnt a mm or dubiuom msmoa No matter llfo and toelsl haiipineu wbelnor cyuisea Dyevll nauit in youin natural weakness or sexual excesses our New Method Treatment will positively oure you 100 TO SO CENTS A YEAK HrDUCrl ispace IIIOM Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap V onA V- oeVGVl au K 2 and It is a splendid magarlne for children from two to ten yeus ot iit Wo want in names and nddresses nf mother of I ni or a 4 liililren of above Kh FIFTY such ujmes we will senrt the majj azine to you ONE YEAIJ IHli LIT LE MEN AND WOMEN CO TROY N Y Roofing - NUFA mjL0uSVt Write for Price and Catalogue Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement Steel Cap NO CURE NO PAY Header you need help Early abuse or later excesses may hare weakened you ExposurA may have dlseaie1 you You are not safe till cured Our New Method will cure you You run no risk Younir Man You nre rale feeble and haggard nervous Irritable and ex citable You become forgetful morose and desnonJenti blotches and nlmples sunken eres wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenanoe reveal mo oiigm oi your existence No matter how serious your case may be or how Innit you mayhave rift if it our NWIt MKTHOD TUEArMKNT will Tho wormy veins return to euro their normal condition and hence the axual nrranl rooetra nroner nourish inent The organs becomo vitalised all unnatural drains or losses coso and No temporary inanly powers return but a permanimt euro assured no UIIK JNO PAY NO OlKltA- NO DOTEN TION NKOKSSAHY T10N IMtJM HU81NKS3 Drue Store nfrMco In Ilonr of Moorman i Owenu VtftfltjVSliitMi iiiAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAiA 250000 CURED V G BABBAGE Dr J L MOORMAN ATTORNEY AT LAW WE CURE VARICOCELE Dentist 3uarantofltttlBfacHon In all kinds of Dental work CL0YERP0RT KY HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPAEED TO PRACTICE Bhorthand ranmanshtp Etc taught IIVLA CURES GUARANTEED flTiKBT OASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS HTKIcniltK IMPOYKNUYll KMI8SIQNH HUM 1 1 VA1UCOCKLH AIi J0BaKH JlIiADUKIl ANU KlI l 4KY diseases UONrJUIiTATIOl Oil AUU1 HOOKB FIKE tllKK MODKCRATE If unable to call I1TA TMKNT We treat and cure BY1HILI8I Pall coureea IXj BY cab or you can pay 25 OR mmmoK ulank for if Kennedys Kergak FOURTH ST 122 OINOBNNATI O W Xre9s this Khoo principal Hooks on blanks rasa V1 M tha siuihpr of tho umdinu lyswrn o l ml in TiiouaAMtrt oi public and private Including the wbhc schools ot New yora largo cltlea Tte woinu Iachool la taught StoJoa front very btate so raduate ia jour srAMA tim be l 100 i00 PER MONTH To il tih nine SUTSS TO TMOIK WHO KKMI1 rOK CaaALOGUSS vrwutu assuic w iinmmnwv CPIIIini LiIIIVAAlA I 3Jgs Wort JsMersw rwrr niiuuu tnt lulvllU Ky 33f3x333 HIGHEST GENTS COLUMBIAN JS99 GRADE BICYCLE BETTER SYSTEM OF RURAL SCHOOLS FOR KENTUCKY An AddrcssDdivcred Before the Annual Meeting of the Kentucky UnUCCi Educational Association i 2050 LADIES COLUMBIAN B35T mZY LE BUILT - PBy M A CASSIDY OF LEXINGTON KENTUCKY FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT ft All wo req iirfl ia 100 low n liphnce payable after examination VVn nro tlio only factory in tho U nltpd rUnten soil rn tllrert to rldor Wo Riiarantpo our Roods for two years inojt liberal Ktinninto ever given Wo rIvo more optlonn than tho regular dealers You can liave your cholroof color hoiht of framf nrnny Rear tltalred Our bicycleB havo all the Utcst improvements largo tubing Hash joiflta large Bprocketa arched fork crown drop hang ir etc WRITE FOK CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESGRllTION TO DAY a S 5 ft S J aralalalalalalaealalaialalalaVtwBr laatralalalalalalalalalalallealalaW ailaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeateeaMIT allalalalalalalalalallaHIllaB alHalalalalalalalalalalalatalalalB eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHFj HHallHihii li a COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO CLCVKLANI i etf 11 i OHIO Mea tkb J V4VialBalalalalalaH aeaBtrVaieMrreataleaMilaaaaaaai UjlH e aatlJaleaTTTTTTTTTM Jl X A lHBalH lSHealealalaB 4ElaHIIlalalH X85SiXs A BOON TO MANKIND n 9iv JUUI H -- DTABLERS BUCKEYE En HII9DllaHBBila3laaV flaaalHMP HHHIaiU IBIBsallaaHBBi Tl H SnSw nS J O IJiiSiilM o - IJJh 1 w i B1 3feBffijc tn mu ja Wh l Uf toTlasi a SEnMrnn m 2c3s5rr m jirir- xn k PILE CURE aaBaeKVHMBMB MaIaKlaBSaHBHHH laBTaHlBTTTHBTTTTHBTTTBaTlBXeTHK1- U iTVeeHrrHaKlKraelelelelKl r - elila9laKIIIKiKIIHKS jraTTTflBaHaBHTaBT3eKaBJTBTTTHlBelBal CO C --i aMMMMaiteMaMESkl A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by Mail 75 cents bottles 50 cents I MO A OASSIDY 4 5 U JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 1 - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS For Bale bv A Fisher Oloverport Kv CCT THIS AD oil Ilia 100 t BJKIT SEND ONE DOLLARr TU UlTu4 rULIUHT trad la O I rmniTLY tuTisrtrruur TIUTKttilLincoooio i llr r laltaia KXiallaTluf i m Ill rad wl S3890 IS OUR SPECIAL RICE aa uaW GUARANTEED TWO TEARS tratV wll abarli aaltnllln arrl p hriti roK rain bimit raTtUHiil YOU CAN MAKE SSOOOO XDOOISO OROSn ONK TO SAT YOV CAN 8JI1J IT VOU EQO anil frvinbt chanrus lew tho tl CO tent with order WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGGY iioiKonmcioiivii citiuco Qttlt mletM moot maker put in fuuu buutcipa Lotost Style For 1899 ti lliM from ttie Ht Seapond Wood War llet That Monev fan r Srlpra a lllutratrd or llrewjtcr Kliln liar tfaati Hull Tap Jt ounre Dally llUll Oracle Mcrewwl Kirn harrm1 Iatint Kunoer Heavily Linm run aiue ana naeic curtains raitiaijuaran- trrd equal to any I IM 00 buiriry work Itmly black Irar dark green or Hfd I paalitrlaf han araa I ranra a47 f lala or Kvaaa Laallif r apraa - rmt OUR SPECIAL PKICfcS3B9Q kxiltlt nuo aa4 THE 0RAHDI ST a TO ra aiaalr It a 11 TOr ULIUT at ukftallrroullie eTSaSEasMH Hem co co dilaaillf kkiIiickmiu miuL to mwiiks BARQAIN SAW Jour rtlfht TOUEVtR II C A r sLJcy mJviii Vva1 C rT St ii rii aliretirae GO Addroas SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc lor llunlaa atflSlll aai DONT DELAY 33890 CHICAGO ILL When you write mention this parer 1 0 Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CUKE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife I No Interruption of Business The first treatment brings immediate relief cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Depart After years of sufTcrlnjj DONS PILE OIN ommended to me The use of one box effected I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it of bringing jour wonderful remedy Eo the atten fering with piles It has in rec ure leans suf Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA 9 TENN MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILL They ovcrcomo Weak ness irregularity and omissions increase vigor and banish pains They arc LIFI3 SAVJlltS to girlo at of menstruation womanhood uiilinc development of organs and body No known romedv for womun vnunls tliem Cannot uo liarui life becomes a treasure tflOO PKI6 BOX BY MAIL Sold by druggists 111 MOTTS CIIIIMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio Â¬ Â¬ For sale by Short Haynea Druggists Oloverport Ky F R WILDER U2SJ Fourth bt LouiBville Ky J MHARDIN Among thoughtful educationists there has been for many years a growing dis satisfaction with Kentuckys common school system Iu bodies such as I now have the honor to address they have their dissatisfaction and often pointed to something better But when with thfl earnestness of strong convic- Â¬ tion they pointed out the deficiencies and inefficiencies of our school system and depreciated the groat waste of the public treasure that muet result from its irresponsible administration it seemed that their words wero poured into dull Doubt Â¬ ears and unsympathetic mind less their hearers had a dim impression of something wrong and a hazy concep- Â¬ tion of something better but these they speedily buried beneatli their too great conservatism and shrugged their shoul- Â¬ ders at the idea of bdv radical revolution iu existing institutions But tho little lump of dissatisfaction has leavened the whole and its rumblings may now be heard throughout the Commonwealth The County Superintendents do in large measure refUct the educational Benti inent of their several localities They visit the school are familiar with the workings of the system under which they are operated mingle with people who are patrons nnd study our own edu- Â¬ cational institutions and compare them with the more progressive and efficient And so they ay stems of other States above all others are qualified to voice n the last the general dissatisfaction annual report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction a majority of the County Superintendents have in no un- Â¬ certain terms entered their protest against the system under which our Their dissat- Â¬ rural schools are operated isfaction is an expression of the general discontent That this wide spread dissatlfaction is not without cause every intelligent observer of the workings of our system will bear wituees Not the half of its dell ciences and Inefficiencies has been told For number they are like mosquitoes in a southern swamp and in their way as pestiferous What are some of tho The most causes of this dissatifaction glaring deiisiencies are seven iu num ber 1 A multiplicity of officers 2 A multiplicity of districts 3 The inequality of different schools in the same county Â¬ The absence of local aid The lack of trained teachers An ineffective compulsory law 7 The inequitable distribution of the oid Â¬ public fund Did you know that about one eighth of Kentuckys entire population are There are 24312 rural school trustees in all Very many of these are honora- Â¬ ble and intelligent men But in the selection of so many officers it is impos sible that all or even a veiy great num ber should be men qualified for the Important and sacred trust which the law imposes upon them There are on an average about two hundred school trustees for each county in the Common- Â¬ wealth Three of thess must come from the smallest recognizad political area four miles square being the largest legal territory I speak from experience when I assert that even in the most intelligent districts it is hard to li id three men who take a broad and enlightonod view of the purpose and scope of public edu- Â¬ cation As a rule very little interest is ever manifested in a trustee election unless tho teachers personality is a casus belli or the avoidance of or revenge for If a local tax brings out the voters Smiths cousin Jane and Jones sister Sue are contestants for the school the fight waxes so hot in the district that compared with it Cuba is a comfortable Summer resort Jones adherents and Smiths allies have a far off look in their eyes when they meet and never speak as they pass by Evil reports like caw- Â¬ ing crows fl 1 the air and even the with- Â¬ ers of Jane and Sue otq not unwrung If Jones wins sister Sue gats the school and vice versa cousin Jane Henceforth there are two warring factions in this little pent up TJtica and tho school goes to the demuition bow wows Even the women enter the II lit and their unruly members wiiggle and dart as venomously as the ibry serpents that beset tho children of Israel Tho Coun- Â¬ ty Superintendent is powerless to set up an effective brazen serpent for tho heal- Â¬ ing of the district Ouly Father Time ran cicatrize the wounds and then a generation of youth havo irreparably buffered and untold dollars in many in Â¬ stances the veritable sweat andblood of the people uselet sly wasted This is no fancy picture It is prominently dis- Â¬ played in the experience of every Super- Â¬ intendent in tho Commonwealth Hraudeuburg Ky HARDIN livery AVcdncsdny and Tluirhday after IN IRVINGTON Fourth Monday in Knch Month Dillicult work puch as Bridges and Crowns a Hpecialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed DBUTISTS krttffijvji gftSn-VrJE- - WILDER htofiinArytAitiTAtAntvvvvvvvvvviitnrirvintrininniQ the Cut lb art out ami ena to u with t uo tvaa w will Bend you Oil LftiriNIUUTJCUlLHKUVIICXIiUUJIIUKUAabytrHirtitCUDtBhJM It tyournireitfrcUbt dpomd ciftatakU iu Uyouflndtt ezactljru rrpresentoU equal to orniai tUtrUllat lootlooootUgrUitTluoyouTerwinlfrtttrtaii par ihs freight acentvar orfiiiJvrmdb other at SEND US ONE DOLLAR cumln 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL Bach MM vii eWr ITH ii 90 DAYS PRICE pUr IrUpaMarrt rrlalpl Trail a4 Tlllaaia all I HU a 1 OeUa loajUri 1 Taa Kaill 1 Oraa4 Uri C ranlrl Tax lUaualarf Pip aallly kHak 1 SI tf II ran 1 Blkf II talnaladr DrlllUat CllU 1 Hal f III UUkBllxrBaMlk DlipaMB UMai 1 Bl a iLJm 11 ruaaia idnaaiMiaurnaifu n olftr wa nrer made before TIIC llIIC flllCCU lioneoftlMaMUrtluMlMUM41a III AUMk UUIUI1 trumesUTermauromullUirauon wbJth U enrnirecl direct from DltoWsrapa yoo can form Oolld IVuse iaa oc iuaauf1 ifuuuH JjurtarSawsd Oak antloo Halih Mida from aaa ia unnaoniairai A anU rnameoKd latest 1009 - Bty tub aiaa ill e fgcl a Incli I TangI Incnei wtda and wi hlKh Incbaa rUlpuundioontaliu I aciaiMtl atopsaafollowti JlpaMa Tt itlpal UlUa Mal4la Calfel lraaa Pm Caiplr rdty other M lalaattai 11 in rilC CSSSSSlSNnSkcF HMlaailxMCjlHK I frtt of grain can he threshed in a day and threshed perfectly and separated thoroughly without waste if you have a Nichols Shcpard Sep- Â¬ arator And tho straw will be handled easily without the slightest trouble and almost no litter if you use tho Nlchola Shepard Swingiqg Stacker This takes the place and does tho work of no uuhjMudeftt UcJar It sMtilotoa automatically Is cosily swung to right angles wir tbo etparatar to carry the straw to either stack or barn This stacker has been aetnohatrated by thorough and practical tests in the field to be the handiest most efficient swinging stacker ever attached to a thresher Like every other feature of the f liT TTTrTt T i rlB4l U1 Ilia nu ink vubili miHMi wnicnareon uaed lu lha hljuoat r iade tntrumnta alto fitted with II aua4CMplrandfillaaiaaaliolietIlffrltfleatberi el belUw of the beat rubier cloth S ply bellow iincH ma naui intuiir in tutbi IMC AUrflB UUBRrlla LnlihM wlthalOlllbexled latetrencb mirror uiclil i latilpvUirraru and erary modern Improvement Ml VI UMtll run a liaudaome sreaa tool and the teat organ lu trttctlenbookpublUhed Ureaawe twue m written blnillnifUresr aranteby the tense end oondlUon of which If any part gtTM out we repair It free of charye Try llaa aaaaianowe win reiuna Taurrooaey u on ere not ferlrctly eaUOed 100 el Urn eneme 01 HHll tWIfclay X JlfUr nilCPrl uhl Uonconlt of W celebrated f ltin V arwavcaa CUARANTEEP25 YEARS J BiitiiTMilll Jr J Am iim I fR T tVaiTel M 1 W fWFtWBr 1 HUIH1 - IB HrfMli IllalaB H Hichols Shepard 1 SEPARATOR lt1iriit tiu ttlri it it fa Atrnnnltf atiil ritirt1v marl ge out of order All the advantages of the Nichols Shepard Separator md the KkholS Shenanl TMnXnn Pnnlna are ftlllv rliwHlx1 nn1 illustrated in our free catalogue Write for it NICHOLS A 8HEPARD CO Battle Crook Mich OUfl RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED not dealt with aleak your eelijlbe r about na write ill tiablllhar Of lata Unit or lfatrAnAlltn Mllnnl ank Jlatlonal DaaK 01 me Kepubllo Hank of Commerce Chicae ai or Oermaa Kzeoann Hank Nw ny railroad or iprweeonpanrlnjBhleatrc ByfajjrHr2EBs9 Ld 11104 aaeepi aJMTrrUlDif In ttQlcallatraroaU alio weal wholMfJj srleaaT WriLarnVrlti peclal orrUfPlana and ranalcal lnfrumnl cataiorue AcMraeT CEARSt ROBBUOK tX CO Inc Fultoo DMpUImai Mfiufl ti OHICAQO ILL Wbeei To J write mention thie piper jplMtlOl BSIS5 rrir kel tlrk- if Willi falll alnclc MflQUIlllr TFMNPccrp mi inunriki af luaelihiaw- aaatl AXAiaAAei IllliliHiinniini a airVLrANVAATtAJ But community feuds and warring fac Â¬ tions are not tho most himontablo results OF In many of our multiplicity of officer instances a lack of gonoral interest In Lonmille HBtrionJl 21 Louis IV r Go the election of school trustees gives Ilia district tho most Ignorant rnon in tho Time Card In Effeot Dec4 1090 IV P BEAKD Prosldent II thero community for school officers WILL MILLER Vice President HAST HOUND was nothing greater at ntako than tho M H BE AltU Cashier best interests of the school I havo No iiINo 4 Vo at 1 known trustee elections where only G W BEAltD Lv St tiOalt 766am 866pm three votes wore cast tho two hold ovor MORRIS E8KRIDGE J DIRECTORS 6 Mam S20pm 2 41sm KvanSTille R M JOLLY e trustees being tho nominating commit Henderson 2 40 71 i 31U 8 01 731 323 too and they and tho candidato tho INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Jiaiket Spottirflle 788 328 37 7 4ft tend voters 311 This lack of interest vory 7 5a Wotthlnglon 8 20 339 often results In tho elevation of tho JOHN AIBISH0P Stanley 3 2D 768 a 44 DAN 0MLEr 80 Grimth 329 most Igiorant men to the trustee Vice President President Mnltltijljr 3 83 817 t Owenlboro And when a district is hnndl- 3 44 ship 818 400 E BASSETT Cashier 8if7 863 Iatet t capprd by a dead weight of ignorance in 404 Powersifbr Rockport Ind 8H8 418 8 fi 413 Wallman the person of its school officials every 62 4 31 Icwltport 410 9 1 educational Interest in the community Falcon 428 439 900 433 letrlo suffers In very many of our school dis 1 Ilawesvilla 4 40 460 for Cannelton Tell City J 913 tricts intelligent men havo becomo so 4 49 9 23 Sklliman 48 disgUBted with tho bitter personalities Shops 886 ESTABLISHED 933 600 607 CloTerport HO 603 610 liko that are engendered the unbusincBs 962 Holt 611 620 Addison 9M 619 methods thatare pursued and the gen- Â¬ 10 fO Stephcnsport 622 625 Leitchfiuld Kentucky 10 08 eral apathy that exists in educational Sample 610 632 634 Pierce 103 affaire that they hold themselves aloof 1022 Lodlborz 642 643 1030 660 Webster 6M from the district school at their doors Capital Stock 00000 6 HI 1088 lrvington 667 and at great expense and much incon- Â¬ 10 r 2 Guston 610 603 1100 Ekron 618 610 venience they patronlzi the private 1110 Urandenbnrsr 626 617 Paid in 10000 Ionff riranch 1119 634 school or send their children to 6 40 1128 Hock Haven 630 the distant town to bo educated Not 6 45 1184 Willow Dal 6 62 1143 Howard hug ago I asked an intelligent gentle- Â¬ llCOtm 666 West Point 645 INTEREST PAID OK HUE DEPOSITS Kentucky Street 122pm 7 SO 715 man of my county to servo as school Louisville Union Dep Ar USSpm 745pm 7 3um No said he there aro throe trustee things that Lhave learned from sad ex- Â¬ WEST HOUND perience Never to meddle with a wild- Â¬ No 41 No 4jNo 4J cat a red headed woman and a district school I hayo tacklel all three The Louisville Union Dep Lv 7 45am 4 60pm S5pm first stripped me of my clothes the sea 8 45 765 Kentucky street 603 637 West Point 826 918 ond of my hair and tho third of my 8 29 Howard 6 40 Wlllowdale 8 3f 6 48 reputation I pray thee have me ex8 43 5 63 Rock Haven 931 cused Long Hranch 60 It is in many cases tho para- Â¬ 600 6 09 llrandenburg 9 44 869 ble of the wedding feast over again 9 08 Kkron 961 618 967 620 916 when the best men are invited to servo DO YOOR SHOPPING BY PROXY Guston 6 43 Iryington 1002 923 as district schoo trustees Sometimes 10 08 651 Webster 982 Lodiburg 9 40 669 1014 we see a live progressive gentleman try Pierce 707 9 47 1024 Sample 9 51 712 to serve on a board with two who are 720 1000 Stepnemport 1031 certain that tho chief end and aim for Addison 724 10 04 10 00 727 036 Holt which they made their calling and elec- Â¬ Oloverport 739 1046 1018 Shops 743 1049 1022 tion sure is to employ the teacher who Do you want an article that Skilman 1033 764 1059 will keep school the longest for the Hawesvllle 804 1103 for Cannelton Tell City 1041 public money This is Pegasus yoked you cannot got in your own town Petrle 812 1060 811 Falcon 1119 1056 with oxen and he loses no time in free- Â¬ but is handled by a big concern in Lewsport 1104 827 1126 ing himself leaving the school to its 833 Waitman ll in Powers iforJRoclport Ind 1119 1139 842 logical fate A board of trusteea did me Louisville If so drop a letter laic 1130 863 1168pm Owensboro 1140 905 the honor to visit me in a body a few Mattingly 916 1161 stating your needs to weeks BgJ Their story was 9 21 1166 urimtn 11 69m 925 1215am Stanley Jones was out fifty cents for coal 12 07pm 982 1220 wortblngton 939 Heads IZJ4 Smith was in the hole a dollar while 12 3J 9 47 Spottsvllle 12 22 MISS ADDIE G DITTO Brown danced frantically to the tune of 12 39 12 23 954 Baskets 1010 1265 Henderson 12 45 a dollar and a half They had required 10 40pm 125 Evansville IPS Purchasing Agent 7 20am Ar 7 32pm St Louis the teaclier to ask the patrons for one dollar each nnd they had responded Brook Street 1919 Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Iluflet Sleeping Cars Nay nay Paulina I asked them and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches about the dollar and a half poll tax that Louisville Ky through between IoutsvilIe Evansville and St Louis without change I had ordered some weeks before and Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back Mat Pass enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ found that they had not even appointed tween Louisville Evaasyille and St Louis wltiout a treasurer But why multiply instances She will gladly iurniBh you change 49 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Nos of this kind Every Superintendents Coaches between Louisville and Kvansville with- Â¬ experience bristles with them Tho with all information and assist you out change H C MORDUE A G P A whole system is an educational trocha IrfinlSTllle Kv in buying and these exasperating instances are only keen barbs in the barrier to prog Fordsvllle Branch L H St L ress I have no war to wage with 10 TIME TABLE N trustees As I have before said very Â¬ EFFEOT 3PT 19 1808 TAKING many of them are intelligent and honorable men who have the best interests of Bast Bound Train West Bound Trains the schools at heart nnd who do their fNo 3 fNo 4 fNo3 tNo5 STATIONS duty And I say further that ninety per cent of them are honest and would 0 45pm 1060am Lv IrvlngtonAr 900ani 645pm if they could do their duty It is the 8 35 7 08 6 20 Garfield 1111 height of folly to expect that a large 8 34 7 19 Harned 5 09 1124 8 IS Hardlnsburg 7 28 6 00 1181 number of our school trustees should be 801 446 Kirk 1160 745 4 39 764 7 52 lolly 1167 Intelligent duty doing men Thero are 12 09pm 4 27 Glendeane T42 801 24312 of them According to the last arFallsRoughlv 715 1230 410 821 theTwiCE-A-WKECOUHIER TOURNALthan 3 38 Rockvale 613 census there are in Kentucky 427530 In any other paper published both in quality and 860 1265 in 8 29 Asklns 644 105 900 quantity 321 Oaks 636 918 illiterates which is something over nine- Â¬ 113 SO 915pm 120 SHpra ArFordsTiIleLv 6 teen times the number ot our trustees There is nothing strange about this The Coukier Tournal Is the Daily ot Irvington with Trains 414143 Were we to choose 24312 judges of our equal of many dallies and the supeiior of all other Trains Nos and and 44 connect Fordsville branch papers r for points on It prints more real news more good class 3 a 3 4 and 3 run daily Trains Nos a ind courts in tho same way we should have matter more good class matter than any other IsTrains sued Wednesday and Saturday A good commis- Â¬ Irvlngton with Main Llae trains 41 4s connect fully as incompetent a judiciary And sion to agents Sample copies free on application 4 and 44 at 43 Write to just contemplate a Kentucky legislature COURIER JOURNAL CO composed of 24312 men I Imagination Comfort Safety LOUISVILLE KY becomes dizzy I I I am convinced and your experience and has taught you that this multiplicity of BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT trustees is one of seven devils that should YOU CAN OKT be cast out of Kentuckys school system is indeed the most pestiferous of all It Fait Mall Line Between the devils of which the system is pos- Â¬ sessed Louisville with a school popu- Â¬ AND THE lation of about 80000 has only fourteen STEAMERS Twice-a-Wee- k school trustees Jefferson County with G RAGON a school population of about 8000 has 382 trustees Yet who would think of W A Bishop Poner F M Ryan Master comparing the schools of Jefferson Coun- Â¬ Both One Year for ty with thoso of Louisville What is TARASCON true of this locality is a measure for D L Fenny Muter li T Conner Purler every other county in the Common Â¬ This is for cash subscriptions only All subscrip wealth A multiplicity of trustees is an tloni under this combination offer must be sent through the office of the CITY old man of the sea astride our school R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Parser sy3tem and unlera we cast him off as BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Slnbad did he will ride our rural schools D STAGGS to death But we have no more trustees Dally except Saturday between LouIitIIU than our system demands There are and Mew Amsterdam 8104 school districts in the Common Freight shipped by this line delivered quick- Â¬ wealth and the law of our system com- Â¬ er than by rail Traveler will find the steamers are nninr- mands three trustees for every district paised In equipment and accommodations And here we reach the root of all our The best culinary are employed a cooks and the menu is equal to that of the beat hotels rural educational ovlla which is a mul- Â¬ General offices 176 and 178 4th Avenn Horace Mann tiplicity of districts Louisville Americas pioneer educational reformer W W HITII V h PENNY naps ires tells us that the school district system O V WnxiAiiB T P A is tho most disastrous feature in the Ownnshoro Ky whole history of educational legislation A committee appointed by the National Educational Association and composed SEND US ONE DOLLAR laftf patUra tl fraa lUUEBVOia COlb all rlOOM of the most eminent educationists in tho by took btoYe as freight 00 1 subject to lamination Kiainlne II States has unanimously declared United your Irelgnt Oi nos and It the system by which Kentuckys schools ound perfect- ir satlaf actorr aro operated the least desirable of any of a4 U kraeUit sum Hsu the three that have been tried It Is a una yon ever saw system that has been weighed in the bal Â¬ or heard of pay the ance of two thirds of the States and in rtlldUT atiSSTMtevery instance has been found wanting IrlClal All of the most progressive States have Milk SI300 discarded It And why is tho district WHITE rOR OUR BIO F BE las the IW sank with or the very worst unit ot school organiza- Â¬ TOVK CATALOG or 111 M dr This stove Is sIseVelovenla tion Simply because it is the most lisanim anA jrretee complicated and the least effective It Ufa neavT miwmwi btwi ww a rye i Seaelplated ornamantationa an4 irlmmtec esuj is complicated because it produces a multiplicity of taxing districts which iTrlrTiV sfasttsua ati wwwl vnkU miilnr It MM- wAaifrw railiAii ik aata rfallvar vonv wtuTiZSrZZZ by the way are co in name only In la td every ewv ana sr deal r would charge yoa atM Yoar this it is not in harmony with our govÂ¬ roedsteuonatAV 1 laekees miles hm wim al lea 1M Address ernmental institutions For every gov- Â¬ ernmental purpose except for local OANNELTON IND earsslAgaeSaereailliaii When yoo write mention Ihls paper school aid the county is the unit of govÂ¬ ernment and taxation This is one rea Â¬ Everything thats good in AatlMftle HWtOII son why tho Imposition and attempted tllitvea sH pain bitantly aad heals and cures eons Dtuues itcn exrema caiarrn cuts burns collection ot a tax for district school sore Ufoat erysipeUs torus chspped- hearts and purposes is so offensive to the averago lips piles and all ulcers or aaraa of skin or mucous instabrane WOl cute sore or inflamed eyes ia 48 rural taxpayer Furnished by It resembles double Horsemen win nnu mis 011 win fure hours heel burns Scrslchr s taxation to the countys authorized col- - GEORGE IT CASPERKE collar gallscracked k ana haler satisfied old sorea stad tJj If not your drug will eheef hHy give back your mfiaioy gist frke Jewelry amd lasuranet Cloy Mctt For sWbyJ400RMANOWKN Continued oa Fourth Page lrportKy muvNDaNBUita BANK Henderson Route HAEDINSBUM 4 A Grayson County Bank 1 J i 1 I LADIES Â¬ heart-rendin- g Â¬ YOU h GET K MORE Twich-a-Wee- k 4- - Â¬ 1 Lowil Evaml Packet Line E feBreckenridgeNewF Courier Journal Louisville and Evansville ONLY 125 TELL P 1 i if 1 r at X1 TB3 fj 1JI 1 KttkAS The TAILOR Will be in Clover J HHunsche - fflHBVACME -- 1 port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co ftld af LIFE ACCIDENT iwri FIRE INSURANCE - 1 kbntuoky c i V J ryifivwtlwvtirp TT7typ HARDIN8BURG Mrs- - G W ii w m it ipiiyi r t For thirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Arex truly the sick mans friend Tried Friends Best Known Fact Miss Lucrelia Carlton who bns bpen ill for some time shows no Bigns of im Â¬ provement Samuel Taul and Remus Pain returned yostorday from Oweimboro Tliey had been attending U S court Mrs A B Sklllman who lion been in Louinville having her cars treated tins returned very much Improved Tim season for Spring Millinery has just opened 1 am prepared to rIiow thn most appropriate things to wear in this line Mies Judith Miller Mrs Walter Sherman and her charm- Â¬ ing httlo daughter Margaret of Toledo Ohio are the guests of Mra Shermans piironte Mr and Mrs W II Bownier Misses David It Murray and the Misses Alllenne ana Minnie Murray at tended tiio reception givod to Mrs Bryan at the Louiavillo Hotel Friday Mies Ethel 0 z wont to Georgetown Monday to at to nil cnmmeueennnt cx ercises at tho Georgetown college Sho will spend tho summer with friends in the bluo grass Col Washington Holt has returned homo from California Ho looks as though he is enjjyiug magnlficient health He had a royal time flihitig and hunting while away Tho party holding my persons land note given for 100 duo on r before 1001 will please notify mo at Hardiashurg I desire to settle samo Titos Biythk Hardiusburg Ky A shallow Jaundiced skin is a pynteni of disordered liver as it springs from biliary poisons rotained in the blond which dtstroy energy cheerfulness strength vigor happiuess an I HI HEBBINE will restore the natural functions of the liver R H Beard traveliug salesman for tho Standard Oil Company with headquarters at Owensboro was here Tuesday looking for a suitable bearding house for his family who will spend the summer here Mr Beard and family will be a welcome addition to our town Â¬ Â¬ Beard is visiting in LouU vlllo A Mrs Brewers Humane Work well-to-d- o V - Forlbiliqus headnche d yspepsia PILLS TUTTS Liver CUKE AN ABSOLUTE ourstomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases County Sunday School Convention tomorrow Mrs Will Gardner returned homo last wetik from Louisville Mr and Mrs Frank Jlnmvell came up last Sunday from Cloverport Dr Lighlfoot and wife of Cloverport spent lost Sunday iu this city Dr J 1 Baker has been luaklLg some Improvements to hts dvuMug house Mrs Johnnie Johustuu spent Sunday In tho country with Mrs Johu Konnouy Jailsr Gus Suellman who has been sick ftr fcuvewi week is able to he aoout again Mrs O E Haswtll and children spent a dav last week with Mis Ethel Moor man near lliimtd Tho next meeting of the district con Â¬ ference for tne Eilzabethtown district will bo held at Irvington Judge Board and Mathias Miller wont to Loulsvilh hibt Friday to hear W J Bryan and to attend the dollar dinner Misses Nelllo Mooremaii May Dau una miss Jioueruon oi uiendeun wore here latt Sunday tbo guests of Miss hva Heuuley Mrs Dr Jlartman of her practical experience with Rhodt Island lady who looks after the sick of her city writes to Pe-ru-n- V t a v Mr fUMANITY PF Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 7 1309 JUNE mMmyM nWH SMIE9B I t Tk Nw5 in Brief E 24A4 44 44444 44445 I- - rt B GherrlesAro ripe The rlvor is falling rapidly Tl o f trawberry senaon Is over New goods Misa Judith Miller Corn and oate I r sale cheap at Sulzers Carl Liahon wont to Canneltou Sun Â¬ day Gut Iresh bread cakes ami pustry at Sipples Garden vegetables wero never more plentiful Sippke lor fhvoiiiiK vxtraclB for ices and cakes Mrs K N Hudson went to Louisville Monday John Vest went to Canuelton Monday on business Japanese paper napkins for picnics and parties at Sulzers Col D R Murray Mrout to Owtnsboro Sunday evening Fresh garden truck all seasonable veg- Â¬ etables at Sulzers Miss Forrie Hardin is the guest of Miss Jeanette Watli dd Have you seen taoee nobby sailors at Miss Judith Millers Charles May jr was a Cloverport vis- Â¬ itor to Caunelton Su day Mifs Ruth SterreU Sklllman was In town shopping last week Charles White hap gono to Ruabvillo Ind to engage in business Fresh apricots oranges and bananas on sale today at Julius tipples Mrs Frank Boyd and children re turned to Oweusboro Sunday Raspberries now cabbpge beans peas and potatoes today at Sippbs Ed Goodnight was the guest of Miss Nellie Burks at Addison Sunday Miss Jessie Shull has gon 4 to Calhoun to spend tho summer with relatives Henry Dick of Addison has gone to White Sulphur Springs for IiIb hialtb The fastidious now have the pleasuro of being suited at MIm Judith Milere Cuccadens strawberry ice cream a pure delicious fruit flivor at Sipples Mies Taylor of Indianapolis is the gueet of Mr and Mrs Osborne at Holts Miss Fannie Smith who has been at Â¬ tending college at Pe 7ee Valley u home Wild cherry phoapiate a cool deli cious summer drink for sale at Sulzers Mrs James MatUngly enUrtained Monday evening in Lonor of her visitor Misses Lula Cries and Eeaio Bohler attended the picnic At Cannelton Sun Â¬ Â¬ day Mac Payne Owennboro was in the city Sunday the gut at of the Misses May Miss Georgia Graham spent Sunday in Stephensport the guist of Miss Lizzie Hanks Miss Judith Millers hats or bonnets always look well wear well and are te Cloverports stock liw does not seem to affect the cows Tney are privileged citizens Roland Smith Stej hensports popular hotel man was in the city Tueidayon business Miss Vannetto Barrett of Social Hill McLean county is the guest of Mrs George Short Engineer Boelmer of the Louisville Park Board waaMn the city Saturday and Sunday Wordle Graham Carl Lisbon Carl Gregory and Jesse Bohler spent Sunday jn Cannelton Miss Lissle McDonald a charming Henderson girl is the guest of Miss llce MatUngly Rev T V Joiner and family wore the guests of Hon W E Minor and family at Addison last week Col Harris daughor son-in-la- w son Louisville were the guests of Pace Jr last week Mrs William Hanks of Stephensport is in the city visiting her daughter Mrs John Weisenberger Mr and MraRobt Heston of Hardins burg have gono to California to make that State their homo Mies Nelllo Burke of Addison will go to Morganfleld Tuesday to bo the guett of Mrs Jones Chapman Two new hoisting machines and a large water tank were installed at the Cornwall quarries Saturday Emmett Gregory left Monday night for French Ljck Springs where he has gone to recuperate his health MisBFlprence Oottrell who has beon attending college at RoaaellvlUe has re urned home to spend vacation Manager Harris of the new liine atone quarries above town Is making prepara tlopfl to put them In operation It la not necessary to purchase your millinery apparel wy when the om iporiBen of Misa Judith Miller is always packed with the very latest goods pur -- and James Miss Annie Jones and Iter mother Charley Miller havu gone to housekeeping iu ihnir property near the Jaitiollc church Paul UempEuy and Alias Mary Mor limn iiiul Jebrto ifoortman wore up last Sunday irom Olendtuu liie gucBlB of Misi Irene Board Tho newest thing out 1b tiio big 10 cent You counter at the Eclipse Grocery can find many things on it which uie useful as well as very beautiful Miss Alice Baker who has been at- Â¬ tending school at RuBsollville returned This was her third home last week year there and sle stood a flue examin ation in all of her studies COHPANY HENRY KOEHLER Rv J W Bighain and Mr G W Beard returned Saturday from district Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ conference They report an enjoyable vite correspondence with Mill men who Â¬ buy poplar session as well as scoring a point in se have lumber for sale Thpy curing tliu meeting next year for and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or Irvinqtou Write tuem green Hardinaburg and Cloverport have each a base ball nine this season which is Pupils Recital giving the boys something to talk about The pupils recital by pupils of Miss They played a game here last Friday Maud Adkiswn assisted by Miss Ella that was won by tho Hardiusburg club Munford at tho residence of Mis Will Next Friday they have decided to try It Gardner was a moot entertaining affair again in another game to bo played at and all pupil 3 acquitted themselves with Cloverport A big delegation will go credit Following is tho program down from this pace 1 Trio Festival March Franz Bohr Rey Father Gabe has determined to Misses Smith Adkisson McGlothlan have his now church built at once For 2 Joyous Farmer Schumann Mrs two or three years they have been unde- Â¬ Will Gardner cided whether to build a brick or frame 3 Little Boy Blue Neviu Mies El- Â¬ church but have finally decided to make len Munford it frame Last Sunday there was 1400 4 Duet Les Galanteries do Lucifer subscribed by the members and the Schubert Mrs Will Gardner Miss Mary contract for building will bo let at once Bandy Robert Heston and Miss Hattie Big 5 Aus dem Impromptu Op 142 ham who were married in this place Schubert Nellie Smith two weeks ago left last Sunday for Cali Â¬ 0 Spindler Duet Lyeollenne fornia where they expect to make their Nannie Neafus 7 Duet Steyrisohe Walzer Op 100 home in the future They went to Fritz Kirchner Nellie Smith Mabel Cloverport and took a boat from there Their many friends here wish them McGlothlan Myer Hel much success Miss Bigham is the eld- Â¬ 8 The Daily Question est daughter of our popular pastor Rev mund Miss Ellen Munford J W Bigham 0 Duet Auf dor Schankel Leon DOurville Mrs George Lyddau Miss Misses Bessie Beard and Eula Miller Myra Honks went to Lebanon Ky last week where 10 Fluer et Flurette Op 79 Lich they attended tho annual meeting of the der Mabol McOlothlan Young Ladies Home Missionary society They weie sent as delegates from the Any Old Sore society at this place The members of Cut Bruise or Sprain quickly healed this branch of the missionary work are with Banner Salve the greatest healing taking an active Interest in it and while remedy in the world A R Fisher it is a distinct organization from that of Cloverport E A Witt Hardinaburg the Ladies Foreign Missionary society its work is of equal importance Mrs Thos Withers is the President of the so- Â¬ MULDRAUGH ciety here which holds stated meetings once a month Mrs Brown was in tho city shopping Tho Childrens Day services which Saturday were hold at the Methodist Episcopal Mra Young spent Friday in Louisville Church South last Sunday morning wsth relatives far in advance of anything held Georgo Richie spent Sunday with his were bore before both in the selection of the wifd and caby matter and the execution of the pro- Â¬ Walter Ohapmam of Louisville spent gram Mrs Withers and Misses Tida last week with his mother Mercer Mary Board and Bessie Beard Mrs W W Withers who has been outlined the program and gave most of very ill is able to be out again the attention to the children in training Margaret Orborn is visiting them for tho exercise The singing by Mrs the little folks was one of the delightful friends and relatives in Louisville The whole program in fact Miss Lula Harrington will visit friends features was admirably carried out and the big and relatives in Louisville this week congregation that filled the church by Dr O R Reesor and sister attouded nino oclock was delightfully enter- Â¬ the commencement exercises at Bards tained Quite a number pronounced it town the best entertainment of the kind they J W Harahau superintendent of the had witnessed for some time Special I OIt R will move his family here for credit is due the committee as well as tho summer those taking a part with them for the A night telegraphy office will be put success of the two hours services in the R R office hero which will bo an improvement to our town Thero is more Catarrh iu this section Messrs Hezelwood of Louisville spont of the country than all other diseases a pleasant Sunday with their aunl and put togethor and until tho last few years was supposed to be incurable uncle Mr and Mrs J W Tnomas Mr and Mra L Jenkius and beautiful For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ baby Gracio of Bullitt county spent nounced it a local disease and prescribed Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ J T Brown nounced it incurable Science has Mre D Board and Miss Etta Pallor proven catarrh to be a constitutional son of Woodland wero the guests of Mr disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ and Mrs S Harrington and family tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Wednesday manufactured by F J Cheney Co Frank Withers a graduate of Bards Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional towu college has returned home to cure on the market It is taken inter spend the summer with his parents Mr nelly in doses from 10 drops to a tea and Mre J D Withers spoonful It acta directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offor one hundred dollars for each case it fails to cure Send for circulars and Address testimonials Co Toledo O F J OHENEY T8old by Dugitists 75c -Â¬ havolcarnedthatyounavobccomo to thousands and thousands of households tho samo beneficent guide and adviser that you are to mv household As for your freo books I read them everyone nnd treasure their contents as tho choicest wisdom I In my family I have used Mrs Lizzie M Biiewkii for over four years I find it a suro euro for all catarrhal affections so common In this part of tho country It urcs a cold at oncci thero Is no cough medlclno that can at nil equal as for la grlppo thero Is no other remedy that can at all comparo with my neighbors that tho I notico in medical journals and from tho testimony of especially In removing doctorB seem quite unsuccessful In treating la grippe the after effects of la grippe From personal observation hi many cases I know is a suro specific for these cases I am among tho sick a great that simply because deal In our city and have Bunpllcd many Invalids with fall to I am enthusiastic in my faith as to Its results I havo never known it tosystem quickly and permanently rcmovo that demoralized state of tho human which follows la grippe In cases of weaknesses peculiar tomy sex I am suro thntnoothcrrernedycan It meets all tho bad symptoms approach In good results tho action of to which females arc subject Tho Irregularities and nervousness tho debility and misery which afflict moro or less tho women from girlhood to chango of I wish life are ono and all met und overcome by your excellent Any every young lady In our cltycould read your book Health and Beauty ono wishing to Inquire of mo further can do so by enlcoslng n stamp for reply Po-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Po-ru-Pe-ru-Pc-ru-Pe-ru-- tiwMZmm iizUMwmmammiUm- fMfMimiWfpKs is blessed with fiomo good samiirltaus Mrs Llzzlo M Brewer of 100 High St Westerly R I is rt noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and monoy to caring for tho sick of Westerly Sho has been for strongest several years ono of friends nnd under dato of March 17 1808 sho writes tho following letter to Dr Hartman Columbus O tho originator of Your welcome advlco Is at hand and my gratltudo Is unbounded for tho privllcgo I enjoy of consulting so renowned n physician as yourself always rccclvlpg such prompt and satisfactory replies to rav questions And what amazes mo most is that this can bo done year after year with unfail ing certainty Irco or charge X Pc-ru-- KEEP COOL Be your own best friend Treat yourself well Live long and- be While its hot get a Linen happy Suit a Straw fiat or a Crash Hat You cant find anything more suit- Â¬ able in Mens Wear for this weather - - LADIES find our selections of Linens and Challics delicious Lawns ly cool You will Comfort Promoters the way of Fans Parasols and cool under garments can be found in great variety In Warm Weather Specials Open Mesh Underwear delightful- Â¬ ly cool Fancy Shirts for men Choker and Sash Ribbons for ladies PRICES LOW AT YELLOW LAKE Mrs Cliff MatUngly was very much indisposed last week Miss Lulu Rhodes was the guest of Misaes Mary and Jennie Mattingly last Sunday Miss Hannah Smith was tho guest of her sister Mrs T Woosley a few days last week Miss Monna Hunter Glendeane was the guest of her cousin Miss Ned Hunt- Â¬ er last week Misa Allie Jarber and little brothers spent last Sunday with their sister Mrs Mattie Galloway Miss Maggie and Mr Polph Rhodes visited the family of Mr Matt MatUngly near Kirk last Sunday Mr Jimmie MatUngly returned home last Friday from a visit with friends and relatives near Irvington Another littlu gill came to join the circle of brothers and sisters at the home of John Rhodes May 28 Mr Elijah Bright and family of Ruth Bpent a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs Horace Hunter last week Master Ernest Jarber who has been in delicate health Bince he had measles is thought to be very much improved Mr Tom Hunter wife and little babe of Leitchtield spent last Sunday with his parents Mr and Mra Horace Hunter Mr R E Rhodes formerly of Jetfer eouville but now of Rockvale paid his parents a flying visit on his wheel Jast Saturday and Sunday Messrs Eli Storms and Chester Rhodes were out on a hunting and fishing expe- Â¬ no dition last Wednesday Result game no fish and tired boys uncle brank ltbodes who was very much indisposed a few weeks ego has so far recovered as to be able to walk around some on the farm Tho McDaniels and West View base ball teams played a very interesting and close game on the MatUngly ground last Sunday ending with a victory for the West View team There was a larger crowd at Long Lick church than usual tho fourth Sunday in May Father Gabe preached an elegant Go yo and sermon from tho words teach all nations and I will be with you all days even to the consumation of the world Mfss Lena MatUngly is in a very serious condition with her side which was operated on a few weeks ago by Doctors Dempster and McMulhns They think it likely another operation will have to be performed bofore she will realize a cure I hope the kind editor and friends of Yellow Lake will pardon my dolay in sending communications from this place Sickness and duties numerous and var ious have kept me so occupied that I have been uuable to find time to pay you my weekly visit fur Fifty Ceutn Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak men atrona blood Dure too 61 All UrucekU or chigoes which the birds used to kep down and the island groan Â¬ ed under a fresh plague Tho tickshow ovor finally attacked the mongoose which began to decline the birds began to reappear and attacked tho ticks snakes and lizuds were soon once moro and in the end tho canu plantations wero dev- Â¬ astated as much as ever by rats Tho Argonaut the ticks SULZERS sfSl WANTS Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion K0K SALE SWEET POTATOES P rtSSSlWiSVVVW THE LATEST OU SAIK All the leading varieties of Sweet 171 Potato 1lanU for sale by KDtiAlt RODDMAN FOR S ALB DRUG STOCK 17IOIISALE KJin A good stock of drugs Apply to Kiron Kv This is a great bar TIE MAKERS WANTED Bargain News SOME MONEY SAVING VALUES TO BE FOUND AT THE WANTKDjoo COMPANY Apply to GLEN lifemleane Ky 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yard 15c Suspenders 5c to 25c Towel Crash per yard 03J Shirting Cloth 5c to 07c Eight Day Clocks 200 All other goods in our store are mark Â¬ ed just as low Came and investigate Wo will save you big money per tin Fresh lot Canned Pineapples Pears Peaches and Apples just received A lot of Tinware at your own price Mitch Meyer EKRON KY LAST FORCVER Copnei Plated mmt giow co HARDINSBURG- - KY Californias Bean King Dixio Thomson Ib the bean king of California and down in Ventura cpuuty he has a ranch of 7000 acres devoted exclusively to tho cultivation of beaus Thero wore 15000 acres planted thero last year which produced 1000 carloads Three hundred carloads were of beans shipped from Santa Barbara county tho product of about 5000 acres They tell me that 138 distinct varieties of beans are grown in Venture county They are sown and cultivated in n tho same manner as corn and are harvested by special machinery which cuts the vino close to tho roots Tho viuea are then rakod into windrows piled into stacks and are thrashed by steam power machines which are also specially contrived for the bean business Chicago Record AllBteel Levers Combination Ileom Catalogue Address J ones PERFECT SCALES lree or BlNQHAMTON PINOHAMTON N T D Reifrow LiVVIVVyViA TQ Vr Over 15 DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY JP You will now seek n good investment or your savins Tho best known Investment is improved Rsal Estate Secure your ground and write to Â¬ Dont Stop LUMBER FOR PRICES ON SHINGLES DOORS SASHtBUNDQfETGm 404 WILL COMPANY LOUISVILLE Long Distance Telephone KY taking Scotts Emulsion beÂ¬ cause if warm weather Keep taking It until you are cured It will heal your lungs and give you rich Mood in sum Â¬ mer as in winter Irs cod liver oil made easy SOcmdSI Alldruitlii cbMbl Hardin Alexander Last eyening the montage of Misa Ola Alexander of Buras to F A Hardin of Cabool Mo occurred at Louisville Mr Hardin la a prominent business man of I bat town and Miss Alexander Is a most accomplished young lady They will make their future home at Cabool Retributive Justice A story is told of an attempt to intro- Â¬ duce the mongoosq into Jamaica to kill the rats which eat the cane plantations After having pel formed this duty it multiplied very rapidly and proceeded to kill as well It all the snakes and next attacked tho birds learning to kill trees in the process until tho poultry Then arose nnd wild birds disappeared Â¬ OFFICE At rf Worms Fw 20 Yttrs For sale by VERMIFUGE HI in uuinutr BMt la Qulity m WHITES CREAM lrda MITCHEOLS HOTEL CLOVERPORT KY rrpMdbr Mas Litf all Warm RaaiaiUas OZiD BY AXiXa DXltTOQXHTa JAMES F - BALLARD z imT - Ky Fisher Cloverport M Louis - A R tbJtm ikt mkmiithuii fB AWr i itiUiilL in- i- - W t m J V Mf iKfjB mihwhiu mmnmmmmmmM tjtt r nmmiii ju l W7 J 7 SSIUftWLWilLBWI r igui jp Awful Warm s f M A CASSIDY getting up a petition to change the vot Â¬ Sallio Robertson Daisy Deano and ing placo buck from Webster to Clifton Body building Moorman went to Dempster mid Jesse as they understood where it ohould he for tho vonviotience A Model School Superintendent Hnrdlueburg Sunday It in Greece and of the majority of the voters Willie Mattingly of Cloverport was a Rome scenta Ate uot tho roads going to bo worked Young lost art horo Sunday to bco liis slstor Mre Jul It has been said and truly said that men flat chested If not I think tho ono ot the great at all thin year senllals to local self ian Brown flnbby muscled ootinty should make- an appropriation In government is popular education Conductor TilfordH winsomn daughter slouch along tlio for gross soed to bo sown on the longet other words that our public schools con Â¬ streets with scarcely Miss Flora was tlio guest of Miss Ry Dont you think thnt Honiothing Dempster Sunday one piiysicnl nttrib and broftdoatand tho others discontinued stitute porhnps tho principal factor In tttc of manhood light in weight would como in very This being MIfw Lottie Radenboiutor and Mlea Uola our political deyclopement Jiuimle Mattingly of Long Lick and And yet these young convenient at this present hot time Orenduff wore appointed Bomo weeks eminently truo tho attention of our read Â¬ men would like to What about some items liko tlio Elra Moore of McDanlels made their be well muscled sup- - ago to Bol id t funds with which to pur Â¬ ers is called to the very great Import- Â¬ regular trips Sunday following lc erect nnd naray chase an organ for the Oilfton church ance ot their taking an active vital in Â¬ Rod Mattingly sprained his ankle last Jut they dont know They wern faithful and snecosf tolas well terest in tho coming nomination and how to go about it week and was harijly ablo to go Hes election of the chief officer of our public t rgatt is ordered and fxpected hero Tiie They try dumb bells getting right hgain in all tlio nowest colore only schools the State Superintendent It this week rowing and boxing One of the bridge crow Stove Ryan but only iu a half Mr Editor tho people of this neigh- Â¬ seems that In the coming State Conven- Â¬ hearted way These dropped a picco of lumber on his foot tq be held in Louisville in Juno the Per Yard sports should be play borhood are meeting at the church four tion last week and is uuablo to bo out to them but arc real Â¬ and Gvo times a week in practice for nomination of this officer has been Mre Jimmlo Kincheioe arrived from ly work The main Childrens Day prayer meeting Sabbath changed from among the first and most factor in this condi- Â¬ important officer to near the last and her homo at Carrolton Ky last week Â¬ POLKA DOT EDICE tion is an ill nour Â¬ School aud church services consequent to visit her parent Mr and Mrs Willie ished body The ly theru is not much visiting to report among tho most unimportant which is a Owen stomach is not work Â¬ Our people are vory enthusiastic in thia ereat mistake and llablo to cause us to ing nrooerlv The lose sight of the fact that next to that of John Owen was using a hatchet last digestive and nutritive onrans are not in work inBIuo Pink Holitropo and othor Governor the Stato Superintendent Is week It Hew off the handle and struck active health The result i9 that the nu Â¬ shades The Clifton Sabbath School is practichis foot cutting it so that he ia not ablo trition for the body is not distributed in ing to celebrate childrens day tho 3rd tho most important officer in the Com Â¬ Per Yard proper proportions to make blood bone Sunday in June A very interesting monwealth fcr in his hands rest almost to walk ana muscle entiroly tho devtlopement and progress Mis Mamie Green is staying in the Weak young men who take a course of program is being practiced for all day of our public echool system and the Â¬ Eyery Oilico ground Post Her accommodating man Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery services Dinner on the consequent ei llghtmeut and intellectual ner is a very welcome addition to our will find a marked change in their physÂ¬ body como and bring some grub All ical strength and energy The bodv will near bjo Sunday Schools are cordially growth of the masaer It our Superin- Â¬ Colors Purple Pink and Blue very excellent service be built up so that gymnastics will not tendent be intelligent conscientious in Â¬ invite J to attend A grand time is an Â¬ nice for waiBta or full dresses only Mrs Eliza Lewis of Irvington is visit Â¬ tax and tire them but be the natural dustrious and progressive overy district ing here today Monday She and Mrs exercise enjoyed by muscles which are ticipated in the entire State will be made to de nourished into firm health Dick Owen will go up to her old home Per Yard If your sight is blurred with specks velopo these characteristics more or leer In a letter received from A D Weller Bsq the Lewis farm near Mr Judson Owens or rensacola Kucamlila Co Kla Box 544 he and spots floating before your eyes or And wo congratulate our sister county I hne since receiving your diagnosis states comstomach cae Tlio suit of Mrs Chandler against the of my taken a eight bottletrouhle and liver Med - you liavo pains on the right side under Fayette upon furnishing such a candi Â¬ of the Golden Dean Tie Company for 25000 comes cat Diirmer and 1111U mv that I am taint While and Figured Piques the ribs then your liver is deranged and date for this place iu the porson of M A formed from n walking shadow a my mends you need a few doses of I1EUBINE to Cassidy Supt Caesldy in addition to up in the U S Court at Louisville this called me to ptrfect health I value your rem ranging in price from 10c to 20c per edies very highly and take pleasure In recom Â¬ regulate it Price 50 cte A R Fisher possessing a liberal education kind heart About 15 styles to select week Several witnesses will attend mending them to any and all who sufTer as I yard and genial manner almost imperativo did Four months ago I did not think to be In from here from shape to assist our Uncle Samuel in case of essentials has been peculiarly fitted for hostilities but thanks to you I am now ready The Glendean baseball team Paul for STEPHENSPORT the Dons this work by twenty years of absolute Dempster Manager and Jesse Mattingly Dr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness levotion to it the most of which time do Cordon in White Blue Cerese Captain are organized active able to he has served in the capacity ot Super- Â¬ gone Strawberries are and Purple with White Stripes play and are ready to plav any team that intendent As a resut of this work he DUKES wants a contest Our spring schools have closed and Plaids very swell at has almost alone durirg tho last ten or An unusual amount of work makes it Mr M Blain went to Louisville Sun- Â¬ twelvo years changed the county schools Having nice rains necessary for Rod Mattingly to secure day of Fayette county from being the worst Per Yard help That excellent workman Mr Mr Sallie Rice visited her son Wave C C Lay has returned from a visit to in tho State to that of the beet and most Bob Smith of Hardinsburg will arrive lost week his parents progressive What this means can only today to assist him Grasshoppers are playing havoc with be appreciated when it is understood Mrs Hamilton is visiting her grandson Styles Howard Owen Hunter Floyd the tobacco C C Lewis that owing to tlie number of fine collegia in Blue Red and Black Stripe the Mooiman and others went over on Born May 31 to tho wife of W T Sunday broke the record for old fash Â¬ private and high schools in Lexington out for Rough Creek Saturday afternoon to fish newest and swellest thing and tho mistaken lack of patronage of Burnett a bouncing boy ioned summer weather Waists or DreBses only They got in ashless but awfully sleepy public county schools by rich land Services were held in City Hall Snn the Grant Winckler of Davies county is about daylight Sunday morning owners Fsyetto is probably the hardest day by Revs A F Bear and Jordan visiting friends here this week Per Yard county in the Stato in which to establish A Thousand Tongues Miss Georgia Graham of Cloverport Mies Stella Burnett of Indian Greek and maintain even fair county schools Could not express the rapture of An Â¬ spent Saturday night with her cousin spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Hanks Supt Cassidy appears to have handled Handsome Premiums to nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Mies Beulah Roberts PP Mre Will Stiles who has been visiting the vexing echool book question more Next Sunday will be Rev HC Hooks here left last week for Missouri her future practically than any other County Su- Â¬ purchasers of 10 12 Philadelphia Pa when she found that perintendent for he has succocded in and 15 Ask to see them and de- Â¬ Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- regular appointment at tlio O P church home tion had completely cured her of a hack Â¬ Candidates will receive baptism by emerSeveral from hore will attend the Sun getting the very best school books used mand Coupons ing cough that for many years has made sion on that day in the State furnished from various pub- Â¬ day School Convention at Irvington life a burden All other remedies and Down with tlio whiskey the curae of Thursday lishers to the children of Fayette coun- Â¬ doctors could give her no help hut she our homes aud our land Let evirr ty at about 20 per cent less than any Mrp Carrie Wolf Beat of Louisville says of this Royal Cure It soon relieved mother wife sister and sweetheart put spent a few days last week with Mr and other county Jessamine Journal the pain in my chest and I cau now sleep all their strength aud influence against Mre O Best soundly something I can scarcely re- Â¬ the enemy Asido from the serious inconvenience Miss Myra Conn who has been visitmember doinc before I feel like Bound- Â¬ John K Johnson who has been sick ing her and pain caused by piles there is a ten Â¬ One Price House Cloverports father will return to Madison ing its praises throughout the Universe dency to fistula and to cancer in the rec tome time is some better Mr Johnson Ind this week So will every one who tries Dr Kings isnearing the fjur score and ten mark Piles should not be allowed tal region A It Miller and G W McGubbins New Discovery for any trouble of the and has been bale and hearty those many to run on unchecked TABLERS FORDSVILLE Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and years He seldom uses glasses and has went to Owenshoro Sunday to servo on BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an in- Â¬ 100 Trial bottle free at Short Hay a constitution such as is seldom found United States Petit Jury fallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle to the wife of Leo Montgomery nes drugstore every bottle guaranteed in the make up of a man Born Mr and Mrs H Lay and Mre E IP tubes 76 cte A R Fisher a girl May W Miller spent Sunday with Mr and Mre We are having a good Sunday School S G Reynolds Rome Ind Mrs Miller is the guest of her WEBSTER The Official Trust In New York There is nothing that speaks in higher daughter Mrs Tolk Gilmore Mre Hebbte Robertson ot Louisville tones of a community than a good Sun Â¬ The eight hour law just signed by Miss Jessie Reynolds returned home day School where parents as all parents Is here to spend the summer with her Gov Roosevelt perfecting tho regula- Â¬ Summer weather at last sister Mrs Bettie Napper last week from Kuaaelville college tions concerning public employes shows J L Dratie went to Hudson Monday should be interested in the spiritual as Misa Mattie Withers of New Albany well aa the temporal welfare of the little The Baptist parsonage is completed how this State inclines to aid in es- Â¬ Mrs John Ross has been sick for eev and Miss Blanche Bell of Alexis III and Brother Iiatclifl has moved in ones intrusted to their care tablishing the great system of consoleral days are spending the week with Miss Bessie idation that is now seeking co widely Quite a number from here attended for June predicted by The weather J M Fitch and family visited at Ir Bell and effectively to put down competition church at Clarks school house Sunday one of the weather prophets is to be vington Sunday New York has made a sort of trust in Fishing is now tho order of the day the warmest on record As June is the Telephone boxes are Deing put in a Miss Lu Basham was at home Sunday month the farmer makes the big part of and the small boy with line and rod the commodity of labor not for tho ben Â¬ number of the Btores and private houses from school at Hardinsbuig can bo seen daily wending his way efit of its own mass of population but his crop and harvests his small grain here for the benefit of the few who happen Quarterly meeting here next Sunday creekward the straw hatand palmetto is expected to Huber All day meeting Dinner on Mrs Dud Cooper and son the ground play a lively part G W Payne who has been spending to have obtained employment from the are visiting her parents near Bowling State The State has to a certain extent S L McCoy is smiling in consequence The season of the year is here when a few weeks at While Sulphur Wells Green of the arrival of a little boy at his home pleasure rtsorts get their portion of the Ind has returned home greatly im- Â¬ fixed the prico of labor not low bo that Mrs Graham of Narrows is the gueBt on May 30 the State may purchase more cheaply pleasure seeking people Tar Springs proved in health of her daughter Mrs Mack Smith this but high thereby paying more for the Ed OConnell who has made his home get a delegation from thisBection nearly For a warm and hospitable reception article needed than it Is compelled to week at Mrs W G Jordans for several years every Sunday and if theie isnt much at any and all times and on all occasion pay And the State does this confessing Bob Crider will move his family to left last week for St Louis match making atnoni Cupids sons and go ye to Rome Ind as they know how the hope that as a result the price paid Irvington this week We regret to have for labor by private employers will be M L Lyddan went last Friday to daughters Tar water has lost much of to treat a fellow just right raised throughtout the State them leave Bardstown for a visit of several days its efficacy Mr aud Mrs J N Jarrett recently When the State thus sets out to raise Miss Ella Smith entertained a few among friends and relatives entertained the young folks for their prices in the most important of all com- Â¬ friends in honor of her cousin Miss Jes- Â¬ Cured When Others Failed Lightning struck the store houso of All spent a pleasent modities it can scarcely surprise any Bon Grover O one when private companies seek to fix sie Smith Saturday night S A IuGalls Crown Point N Y Compton during the thunder Payne evening Refreshments were served at prices for minor products like shoes writes My wife suffered from kidney 1030 Regular services were held at the Bap storm last Thursday doing slight daraaue or sugar New York Sun trouble for yeare She consulted several tist church by Brother Ratcliff Sunday Mrs Thomas Chandler who has been Regular services will be held in Bap Â¬ physicians und tried a number o Kid- Â¬ Itrastswlth Ton wbatkervon eomlnno ttutflaiaji and Sunday night A large crowd at Â¬ the guest of Misa Elizabeth Hall for serve kllllng lobaono habit M AO- sev Â¬ ney Cures without setting relief She tist church Saturday and Sunday Mr remoTes tbo desire for tobacco witfcHrY am SHI tended eipelinlco--l- l will go this week for a visit to eral days I IIBBIr and Mrs Pbllo D Hawkins will roceivo outnerrouidlitreeiblood re tine purines the was induced to try Foleys Kidney Cure JfW 1 1 m EAtM W W Camp has been transferred fgA B I 1 Wm tk 1 torei loet manhood Big Spring of baptism at 10 a m Sun make you troDgorfJ I K and in less than a week after Bhe began the ordinance I from the Branch road to train 45 and 40 Misses Lula and Mary Lewis and Will day TQ BAO from H We are very sorry to Ashcraft of Brandenburg attended the usiug it she was greatly improved and on the main line otn druirKlitifho vouch forua Take It with A 1 1 aWCT It Fisher Annual Hog Crop of our ice cream and strawberry supper at hreo bottles cured her give Mr Camp up as a citizen peralitentlj radPJ PA I box wlllpitlentljeureai S bozeef one to ai uaoatlT Cloverport E A Witt HardlnBburg VV Breed feed fatten and market the fPV M town His wife will remain with her Thomas Lyddane iruaranteedtoeareorwerafundmoneT eW HrihlwOCetCfcleiteaUlreslawIert hogs young and turn off two crops a father W H Sargent for several days Quite a number from here attended a CLIFTON MILLS year rather than ono every two yeare Then she will join her husband at Louis strawberry supper at G E Munciee as was the old custom A good clover ville where they will make their home Clifton Mills Saturday night and report LAST FOREVER A dry moon needed and field helps in this wonderfully an enjoyable time FBEIGHT PAID WAHRANTED I lie Atar is a few casea of ineatles in tho in it the bogs will keep vigorous and COMBINATION BEAM AND BEAM BOX There Dont Tobacco Spit aud Simile Tour Miss Nonle Kurtz is at home from Pee healthy To quit tobacco easily and forever If mag wee Valley looking just a little pale from neighborhood yet CHEAPEST AND BEST netlc full of life nerve ana Icor talie hard study and close confinement Nonle The thermometer registered 13 degrees men the wonder worker that malms ncak JONES OF BINGHAMTON strong All drugglstB 50c or II Cure guaran How to Find Out is a great favorite with all and we gladly Saturday and Sunday BINQHAMTON NY teed Booklet and aimplo free Address welcome her home again ThoB McCoy made a business trip to Sterling Kemedy Co Chicaco or Now York glass with Fill a bottle or common MALARIA ANTIDOTE The good people of the Custer precinct Brandenburg last Thursday your water and let it stand twenty four GLENDtANE should appoint a day of prayer and fast Â¬ Evert Tabor had a house raising last hours a sediment or settlicg Indicates ing to make intercession for the nine Saturday which was largely attended an unhealthy condition of the kidneys poor benighted men who voted against Mrs Julian Browu is on the sick list Master Hal Payne of Webster is it it stains your linen it is evidence of local option at their recent election SPLENDID OENERAL TONIC kidney trouble too frequent desire to down with measles at his grandparoula John Dean went to Louisville Sunday Our good bachelor friend Tom Lyd Â¬ T G Jordans pass it or pain in tho back is also con Â¬ NOTE The New formula is very pal- Â¬ Agent Curtis went to Irvington Sun vincing proof that the kidney and blad- Â¬ atable and more effective tban Qainine dan entertained a number of bis friends Â¬ Mrs Thos McCoy and children visit day at a strawberry und Ice cream supper ed her mother-in-lanear Gai field Fri Â¬ der are out of order Billy Mattingly went to Ostensboro WHAT TO DO last Friday night The strawberries were day and Saturday Plnycd Out If Run Down Friday There is comfort in the knowledge so just what you need delicious the ice en am sherbet and Promotes A great deal of tobacco is being eel often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Healthy Appetite Strengthens Robert Moorman ia at home from cake the finest I ever saw and the ladies may be expected as the Root tho great kidney remedy fulfills You will feel better alter second but a bad stand macoI sick were looking their very loveliest At a grasshoppers seem to devour it as fast overy wish in euring rheumatism pain dose Grasshoppers are eating a great deal of late hour the company took their de Â¬ or dull ache in the back kidneys liver parture feoling their inability to duly as it can bo sot Mwly set tobacco Mrs Sam Boauchatnp and MIbs Viola bladder and every part ot the urinary Better than Quinine because it Jesse Mattingly spent Sunday at nines express their appreciation to their host Â¬ for his nice entertainment and with the Whitworth oi Lodiburg came over lost passages It corrects Inability to hold regulates Liver und bowels invig Z Mill in Ohio county Thursday and joined our choir and are water and scalding pain in passing it or orates the wholeaystcm one wish in every heart that they may Miss Mauile Green visited iter father It will do the work no after depres agaiu have the opportunity of enjoying practicing with ua for Childrens Day bad effect following use of liquor wine week at Tar Springs last or beer and overcomes that unpleasant sionno buzzing ears or deafness the 3rd Sunday in Juno his hospltultv Miss Becky Burnett of Falls of Rough Rev N G Cundiff of Mutton Creek necessity of being compelled to go often CERTAIN CURE I was seriously afllfcted with a cough is visiting at Bill Burnetts this week Hardin county has taken the pastoral during the day and to get up many For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed for several years and last fall had a mora Miss Alma Mattingly will visit In the care of the Clifton church for the ensu times during the night The mild and severe cough than ever before I hate AT DRUGGISTS Gave Spring neighborhood at the close ing year and will preach for us the see extraordinaiy effect of Swamp Root Is used many remedies without receiving soon realized It stands the highest for Dont accept any Substitute of this week much relief and being recommended to ond Sunday in each month of the most distress Â¬ 50c and 100 Bottlis Miss Fannie Green arrives tomorrow try a botilo of Chamberlains Crops growing nicely but neodlng its wonderful cures Cough from Louisville She cornea homo for Remody by a friend who knowing me work badly Wheat has improved won ing casea It you need a medicine you should have the best At druggists fifty the summer to be a poor widow gaye it to mo I derfully in last ten days but will be a ceuta or one dollar PETTET CO ROBINSON Incorporated Miss Hannah Deaneof Owensboro is tried It with the most gratifying results light yield comparod with last year Yon may have a sample bottle and a Visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs The first bottle relieved me very much Meadows almost a failure LOUISVILLE KY book that tells inoro about it both sent Johnson Deane Tho elders and deacons conference of absolutely froe by mall it you send your and the second bottla baa absolutely PARKERS The usual things can be said about the cured me I have not had as good health the O P church will meet at Ollftou address to Dr Kilmer Co Bingham HAIR BALSAM DIhum Mid WtuUTiM lb lute extremely early vegetables somebody for twenty year Respectfully Mrr church Saturday tho 10th at 10 oclock ton N Y When writing bo aure and uutrUt rovth tHu Milt Matheney gives the beat reÂ¬ Mary A Beard Claremore Ark Bold a m An Interesting program has been mention that von read this generous off Â¬ 4IM4MI CwM Ml blr lUlnx by A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shell arranged for all day services 1 port Pi DomJlxu er in the BaicKKNKiixiB News The voters oi Clifton Mill precinct are MUaei Mary and Nelle Moorman man Stephetuport rul ma y U I 8 GOES TO THE BOTTOM A Scotch Lawns 4c S fn every mado S Promptly Reaches the Seat demonstrates test superiority8ovor1 easily other its blood remedies It matters not how ob of all Blood Diseases and stinato thd caso nor What bthUrroat DIMITIES 12k Marguerite Lawns 10c mont or remedies havo failed 8 8 8 alwavs nromntlv rooMion anil nnrna n dlBoasowhoro tho blood Is In any way Involved HlirOO tho Wfirct HaCQC UUItib Hid ITUIOl UdODdi Everyone who has had experience with blood diseases knows that there aro no ail Â¬ ments or troubles bo obstinate and difficult to euro Very few romodles olaim to cure such real deep seated blood disoases as 8 8 8 cures and nono oan offer suoh incontrovertible ovidoncoof merit 8 8 8 is riot moroly a torilo it is a euro It goes down to tho vory sent ot all blood diseases and getsat tho foundation of tho very worst cosoi and routs tho poison from tho system It does not like other remedies dry up tho poison and hldo it from yiew temporarily only to break forth again mora violently than over 8 8 8 forcesout every traco of taint and rids tho system ot It forever Bomo years AlrsT w Leo Montgomery Aia writes ago I was Inoculated with poison by a nurso who Infected my babo with blood taint I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot and in my great extremity I prayed to dio Several prominent physicians treated mo hut all to no purpose Tho mercury and potash whicli they me seemed to add fuel to tho awful fiamo which was evouringme I was advised by friends who had scon wonderful cures mode by it to try Swifts 8pecifle I im Â¬ proved from the start as tho medlcno seemed to go direct to the cause of the trouble and force tho poison out Twenty Domes ourea mo completely owiits dpocmo S Is Â¬ ORGANDIES tho only remedy that it guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no mercury potash arsenic or any other mineral or chemical It never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison Tetter Boils Carbuncles Bores etc Valuable books mailed freo by Swift 8peeiflo Company Atlanta da SS FOR THE BLOOD I5c FARMERS Oorne Columbia HERE ARE SOME FACTS ABOUT THE India Nainsook ft Reaper 12k itlLL rr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Fair Â¬ material procurable A MACHINE WITHOUT A PARALLELL IN REAPER HISTORY Every part of it is constructed of the best and strongest Â¬ Â¬ KWiW fl t jJT AVeufTC iLNO the rake head and main frame close to the drive wheel its compactness tends to the perfect balance of the machine and the total elimination of side draft By the adjustible brace rods of the high rake head the rakes can be regulated to make a clean sweep of the platform leaving a perfect gavel The tripping device is a notable feature of this machine it is ex- Â¬ tremely simple and accurate an adjustment of the latch regulating the action of tho rakes and allowing them to operate at intervals or success- Â¬ ively as the driver may desire When the crop is thin and a proper sized gavel can only be obtained by allowing the cuttings to accumulate on tho platform THE RAKES CAN BE TRIPPED INTO ACTION BY THE FOOT OV THE DRIVER AT WILL THE DRIVERS SEAT is adjustable to allow the drivers weight to balance the machine and can be taken off by removing a bolt THE MAIN WHEEL IS STRONG AND SOLID and gives to the reaper mechanism such perfect running aB can only como from great power easily delivered THE EASE WITH WHICH THE RAISING LOWERING AND TILTING MECHANISM can be operated cannot be improved upon It is characteristic of tho OBborne Reaper ALL POSSIBILITY OP CLOGGING THE GEARING IS PRE- Â¬ VENTED BY THE HEIGHT OF THE INSIDE DIVIDER FOR TRANSPORTATION on the road or through narrow gate ways the platform can be quickly folded The thorough efficiency of the Columbia has been proven in Innumer Â¬ able contests where its lightness strength ease of adjustments speed in cutting and forming of gwvel is have made it victorious The platform made of selected timber is thoroughly braced any tendency of the front sill and cutter bar to sag or warp is fully overcome by a steel truss rod THE GEARING is of well tested strength and being located with FOR SALE BY PERFECT SCALES R S BANDY Irvington Ky OHAS MILLS Ghiston Ky c Â¬ To The Public I desire to call tba attention of the public to faot that I am making a specialty of J tie VI JL HUGHES TONIC UNDERTAKING I have now ono of the best stocks of Coffins and Caskets - w in the county and am making the vory lowest prices on the same I am qualified to do undertaking t 0 f m l y IN ALL ITS BRANCHES And I solicit your patronago in this department when tho sad necessity corapeb you to considor this question TRY IT REMEMBER That I have always on hand a full Btock of Groceries Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Hats and Caps Hardware Queensware Glassware and General Merchandise Â¬ I H DEWEESE GLENDEANE Â¬ - - KENTUCKY Mm r tj Bond 260 to the Bbkokenbidk News and ge a fSOO JJlb and the News freepj charge for one year 3 4 t