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merrily Blgham the Normal commencement went off The congregation pnsent was romark I havo told yon before and now Ill tell you again that it nuver rains here able from the fact that all denominabut what it comes In torrents Last Fri- Â¬ tions Methodist Baptist and Catholic day night Miss Mabel Johnson an elo-Â¬ were represented and took part in the cutionist gave an evening at the Normal services building Hor readings all contained lessons and liko a story so much the BACKACHE should never be neglected better to listen or tell She was more It means kidney disorder which if al Â¬ solf forgetful than most elocutionists a lowed to run too long will result in Brights disease diabetes or other serious point MiBses Minnie Bland and Jimmie Lee and often fatal complalntB FOLEYS Woolfollc sang sweetly and Miss Daisy KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kid Â¬ ney disorder A It Fisher Cloverport Mclntiro played very beautifully On Saturday night came the elocution E A Witt Hardlnsburg contest Ill declare each ono aniazod me Most of them so young but self Each of the ten possessed and easy showed that Mr Burton had trained carefully and that ho fully understood his or her temperament and ability Miss Fannie Hamilton received first Her honors a handsome gold medal subject was Qenevra that buautifal Wealthy Young Farmer Struck wierd story with which we are ell famil- Â¬ By Lighting iar E R Burch camo in for second Â¬ The Hardlnsburg and Cloverport baso Our Delegates to the Good Roads ball teams played tho opening game of the season in the city last Thursday Convention Enthused They marched through the city pre ceded by a brass band and made a They Como Home With Fine Ideas In fine showing Their Possession The gamo resulted in a victory for the Hardlnsburg team The score was 28 to Breckenridga county had three dole 18 gates to represent her at the good roads About forty people came over from convention at Lexington Saturday Hardlnsburg to root for their team Si Pate road supervisor officially rep- Oloverport was out in force Charles Bohler resented the county The Cloverport team has been represented the city of Clovorport and and Roy Heyser has been chosen John D Babbage representing the raptan New suits have been ordered Breckbnridcik Nbws had the honor of The Cloverporta challenge any amatuer being tho only newspaper man present team in the state to play them Mr Babbage was elected secretary ot the convention Hardly a day passes in families where The delegates listened to a magnificent there are children in which BALL ARDS address that was delivered by Prof SNOW LIMINENT is not needed If M College Harrison of the A quickly cures Outs Wounds Bruises After dinner trey went out to inspect Burns and Scalds Price 25 and 60 cts the model road that had been built as an A R Fisher object lesson Messrs Pate and Bohler the countys representatives camo homo delighted Wbilo present with the convention they gained many good ideas as to road working and the progressive ideas of tho county officials and Olover- Â¬ port council will be of incalculable value Â¬ to tho good roads movement in this Giant Trees Blown Across Woodcounty mens Tent Replies to Thompsons Salty Charges Him Powder r Makes tliQ food moro delicious and wholesome powoea CO new romc That Corporations did nA aid IOUNDHRED THE TOWN KILLED AT DERBY NARROW ESCAPE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY To Recover The Prestige of Famous The music pupils of Mrs Grinnell and Miss Daisy Odell Mclntire furnished the music Barney Whalen got the medal in Mr Burtons room lor being the best pen- Â¬ man E R Burch second Scott Grin Â¬ nell has the medal for making the most in Mr improvement in penmanship Nellie Allgood seo Hardestys room honor Was on His Way Home From the Field During the severe electric storm that passed over this section of the Ohio valley last Friday night Shelby King a wealthy young farmer living near Derby Ind was shuck and instantly killed by Ho was on his way nome lightning from the field when the tragedy oc- Â¬ Net a flan was Injured By The Terrl ble Storm Tar Springs The story of a most miraculous escape Notwithstanding the fact that the roads from death comes from Glendean leading to Tar Springs are in bad condiA man named Clements has a contrast tion people from all over tbe county take to get out a large quantity of lumber in the trouble to go there every Sunday that vicinity for tho Dean Tie Comdany during the summer season Now that Ho and a portion of his men reside in tbe new road has beon opened up meas- a Urge tent out in the woods ures should be taken to improve it so On Wednesday night while they were that it would be a pleasure to drive oyer all fast asleep a minalure cyclone struck tbis highway The bridge should be them and before thev had time to get hsjllt over far Fork and When this is out of harms way tt blow a giant oak f done and tbe money that has been sub- and a beech tree down ou the tent in scribed is properly expended Cloverport auch a way as to pinion the men in so people will have tho opportunity of con- that they could only crawl out through structing a beautiful boulevard to as holes between the limbs of the trees lovely as romantic as picture que a spot The escape of the men from death is as there is in the United States and tbe miraculous old time prestigo of tbe springs as a Those who occupied the tent were health resort will be again restored OA Clements Bob Stephens Daniel Staples Sherman Tuttle Titus Adkins THE STORM FIEND George Roberts and Charles Morris Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ona The house was jammed Mr Bronston M but good While the judges order prevailed Misses Johnson and Wolf and fbe Rev were comparing papers curred KId was Q Bon of the late Capt Kfag who was known through all this section He leaves a wife and two children HAND AMPUTATED instrumental music was rendered and refreshments served The stage was pretty with ropes of daisies fresh from the dell The girls were just as Bweet and pretty as those daisies On Sunday afternoon we had a delight- Â¬ ful love feast as it were at the Bchool building BrotherLltcbfleld sang a solo Victor appropriate to the occasion Spaulding and Ed Burch made good ad- Â¬ dresses and Mr Burton gave one of the most scientific talks Ive listened to for many a day on The Truth Will Mako You Free I wish every man and woman who harbors one superstitious thought or feeling could have heard it Mr Burton is broad sound strong and forceful in every statement with always humor and originality combined Broth- Â¬ er Litchfield paid him a glowing tribute and made other remarks which closed the program To night Monday Mibs Wolf will give readings with a musical program Tuesday night will be a general muslcale and school exercises Wednesday evening will bo com- Â¬ mencement I dont know how many graduates but thero will bo several es- Â¬ says readings and addresses which will bring to a close a feast of reason and a flow of soul Everyone in the community has taken a livey Interest and each will certainly feel benefitted and uplifted by this series of literary and musical entertainments Three times three cheers for the Normal Dorst Suffers Serious Injuries From Jumping off a Moving Train Ham Dorst a bridge carpenter who makes bis home at Irvlngton practiced jumping on and off moving trains with bad results at Irvlngton last Sunday When the morning passenger train was moving out from the station he jumped on and after it had gained con- Â¬ siderable headway he tried to spring off He was thrown on the ground and the car trucks passed oyer his left band crushing tho member so it bad to be amputated at the wrist Played Havoc With Barns And Crops Fences Clean scanty xm Illootl Decy Â¬ He The storm that passed over this sec tion last Friday night was especially severe in Meade county In its progress it encountered a barn belonging to Rob- Â¬ ert Asbcraft Brandenburg and last no time in lifting the roof off the structure Next it turned its attention to the farm and in a jiffy it bad thrown the fence AN OPERATION dpwn and laid the wheat and growing crops low Mr Asbcraft will have to reNecessary to Relieve Jailer Gus Shell plant his corn man of Appendicitis The farm and crop of Ellsha Ashcraft was also badly by the severe wind Jailer Gus Shellman is threatened Story of a Slave and last week he with appendicitis To be bound hand and foot for years found it necessary to g to Louisville to consult a physician as to the advisability by the chains of disease is tbe woist He was ac- form of slavery George D Williams of undergoing an operation of Manchester Mich tells how such a companied by bis wife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No blood means a clean skin beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imparities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads arid that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug gist satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c Loathsome Disease at Rockport The negro excursions which have been running into Rockport Ind have been productive of bad results Five negroes were found on the streets Satur Â¬ day afflicted with small pox An emy bargo should be placed on negro all Ohio river towns in this section as they are prejudicial to tbe public health excur-sions-b- First to Harvest Dave Moorman Glendeanes model farmer piobably holds the sole right to tbe distinction of being tbe first farmer to cut wheat in Breckenridge county tills year He started his binders to work Monday If your eight is blurred with specks add spots floating before your eyes or ydu have pains on the right side under the ribs then your liver is deranged and you need a few doses of HEROINE to regulate it Price 50 cts A R Fisher model Craft beautiful litllti government boat The landed at the wharf in this Emerald city Sunday It is to be used on Green river by tbe engineering corps sent out by the government to survey that stream fj u Mr T Ketcham of Pike City Cal Daring my brothers late sick says nesa from eclatic rheumatism ChamberÂ¬ lains Fain Balm was the only remedy Many others that gave him any relief Real Estate Transfers have testified to the prompt relief from W G Cooper to Newsom Short pain which this liniment affords For Haynes a house and lot at the corner of gale by A It Fiehor Oloverport It- - A Second and Elm streets consideration Shellman Stephensport 600 CLOVERPORT BOY Cured When Others Failed S A InGalls Crown Point N Y My wife suffered from kidney writes trouble for years She consulted soveral physicians and tried a number o Kid Â¬ ney Cures without netting rtlief She was induced to try Foleys Kidney Cure and in lees than a week alter she began using it she was greatly Improved and three bottles cured her A It Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardlnsburg slaye was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she conld not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work Tbis supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells Tbis miracle working medicine is a god sent to weak sickly run down people Only 60 cents Every bottle guaranteed Sold by Short Haynes druggist RUMOR ABROAD Says That The Firm of Co A F Beard Will be Dissolved B Newaom Haynes to Alvin Simons a house andlot on Center street consid- Â¬ Will Build and Operate a Drug Store at Irvlngton Austin Popham of this city will em bark in the drug business at Irvlngton in the near future A building is now being erected for him at that point Austin will havo lively competition as a Â¬ eration 300 Any Old Sore that the firm rumor that is now current states of B F Beard Co Har- Â¬ a r handsome new store building is being erected at Irvlngton to be occupied by the Higlna Bros of Oweneboro as a drug store The lively little capltol of will have three drug the Barren otorcs boforo snow files Dont Do M Disastrous Fire Pops For Oocbel Fire Started in Virgil whites livery v Me neigh Â¬ The populists of the Pates torqal medi cine before borhood will take part in the Hancock stable atElixibethtown Friday night at the little one county convention at Haweayllle next 11 oclock and destroyed fifteen horses comes They and several vehicles Fire Is supposed endanger the Saturday They will vote for Goebel to baye been caused by a fire bug and health of both Attended the Centennial this is tbe third building that baa burned mother and babe Geo F Asklns and Leo Hluton of on the same spot the good and MOTUOfM cele long tried external liniment will relieve McQuady attendrd the centennial Excellent Cowsaay the early distress and the later pains bet bration at tbe monastery atiGethsomaae The Great Weetern Theater company Causer Rlecilag Eatlni Saras ter than anything else In the world Its last week Cancer ot Nose lip fare eror neck axternUI good effect are moat marked not only after playing a weeks engagement here a ailing or internal etneer bleeding powerfulspres arepurl before cniiaoirin uui curing blood A Poor Crop U the most latvt week left Sunday morning to make cuied B rnaSe sell U IIB st t per and afterward Distress is over Â¬ Itself All WlU Tbe grasshoppers are still devouring a circuit of Southern Illinois Tbe com Â¬ large pottle Writetur trtal bottle and a sample come by Hpalns lessened labor M by rettirn mll U pany U an excellent one and deserves bottle of H VrtWili- wKI subsequent dangers avoided tbe to jacoo crops asd their ravage ened and Address BLOOD HALM kettle loving peo ill cargts Bold ty DrufgUU tor 1 MUekeYl JKhAiUjiU Oa Describe you the patronage of all drama so great that a poor crop is predicted r UlriU4 U M tea esVM WJ fcr Umsi mss free rwel saeeleta adrke will be people a mult tMsW TO mwWH UWOLATW CO AtUaU This dlnsburg will be dissolved sometime fn July According to the report B F Out Bruise or Sprain quickly healed Beard Coleman Haswell and O L Beard with Banner Salve tho greatest healing will probably retire from the firm and remedy in tho world A R Fisher tho business thereafter will be conducted Oloverport E A Witt Hardlnsburg by Percy M Beard and his brother Mar- Â¬ vin Beard Carson Davis Educate Your Iluweli With Cuscaret Ernest Carson of this city and Miss Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever Sue Davis of Off onshore were united in WoSec It 0 0 0 fall druggists rotund money marriage last Tuesday The young couple have a host of friends who wish Small Pox In Ohio them a happy married life Nearly all the towns on thfa Illinois UMII If Central Railroad have quarantined Baatjot Rally Sgainst the towns of Beaver Dam andMc The colored Baptist church gave a bas Ilenry These two places are afflicted ket rally at Irvlngton Sunday and with a scourge of small pox and It is es-Â¬ about 400 people of color were present timated that there are fifty cases in the Elder Lewis of Louisville presided two towns Â¬ For relief and comfort in Asthma HOREHOUND SYRUP BALLARDS no equal Prico 25 and 60 cents has A R Fisher Foot Mashed John Morris Gregory while at work at the shop Friday bad his foot badly mahed time He will be laid up for Bomo BLOOD CURE A SENT FREE Dont take in Â¬ rmam Â¬ clues and doctored and still ores pimples distressing eiuplionaol the akin arms or legs Itching sensation Irritating akin troubles ccscraa scrofula ulcers contagious blood ever sores mercurial rheumatism catarrh Klsoa face covered with little sorea cancer or any blood taint then give II B 11 a ttlal because 11 II B Botanic Wood Balm Is made for Joit such cat and It cures to stay cured thoio stubborn blood diseases that other milder edlcines lail even All abot a named troubles are evidence to benefit of bad diseased blood In the body and II II B cures because it forces all the poison or Impurity or blood humors out of the body bones and satire sys Â¬ tem To remove all doubt of Its power to cure11 wi II offer to sand to sny sufferer a sample bonis of B B B Is an old well tried B absolutely free remedy hence we know that It cuies o stay cured for the peoi le cured by II B II years sgo are well to da and free from all blood Impurities Cure for Wood and Skin 0hmseaEo2K ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Cancer Eto patent medl If you hart triad ssrsapirlllss old persistent have 11 1 u Candidate Smith of Meade county In the following letter flings back tho charges made by Albert Thompson and defies him to prove them The following is his reply Guston Kv Juno 18 18W To the Democracy or Mkaijk Cousty I notice in the Bukckknridok Xbwh dated June 7 1891 a letter from the Hon A J Thompson of Guston Ky who was defeated by myself in tbe Dem- Â¬ ocratic primary of April 21 189 for the nomination for Representative from this county It is an established fact that all good Democrats know that Mr Thomp son is such a martyr to tho grand old Democracy of Meado county Kentucky that when a majority of the honest Democrats nominate men for oflice and unless he suits the Hon A J Thompson he lays uside hie pnriy principles and wo find him Baft ly landed in the besom of that party whom he never fails to con demn at overy opportunity presented him This I presume is when he has paroxysms from Bheer love for the grand old party A noble standard bearer one for any party to be proud of More evasive charges were never put in public print Mr Thompson if I am tho tool of any man or set of men any corporation or corporations why dont you make your charges specific If any man has re ceived money directly or indirectly from any man or sot of men either directly or indirectly why dont you name them or what is more natural have them Indicted in our courts Why is it you desire an investigation You before tho Democratic Committee knew wo have sn dfection law in this State and any man who violates it in subject to a heavy fine and imprisonment Surely If you believe in honesty and fnirntEs this could only be your proper way of proceeding I dont care where tbe investigation is held myself but I believe where u mans liberty and honor are involved that he shoulJ be given an open and public trial and if guilty should bo punished We would almost Hwcar by Moham Â¬ med that you have no self interest in I would the matter as you say nil further say or swear that you never spont one dollar in your race for the nomination nit and it does seem to me like that a man who tries to secure a nomination honestly and fairly and my opponent secured it over me by uufalr means and being such a political re- Â¬ former as you represent yourself to be and for tho love you cherish in your breast for the common weal of our grand old party and as your record shows you to be I think you owe it to me to your- Â¬ self and to nur friendB to give the in- Â¬ formation you claim to have in your possession It is time that a halt is called when a young man trying to rise from obscurity to a more elevated plane by honest effort and under adverse circumstances or un- Â¬ scrupulous individuals or corrupt poli- Â¬ ticians to rob him of the only jewel probably that will ever adorn his diadem and that is his character and I know the good people of this county who have the welfare and believe at heart In the uplifting of young men will stand by mo until my enemies prove these infamous charges It is easy to ullege but proving is another thiDg I stand ready at all times to meet any charge against me Name the mau or corporation and let us see who is telling tho truth and as an honest man had I been outraged and de- Â¬ frauded as Mr Thompson claims to have been no power on earth could keep mo from asserting my rights and bringing the eyil doer to justice Despite tho cursings Mr Thompson has given every man who voted for me in the late primary despite tho vilo and wicked charges made againBt my home people by him despite tle many shame ful and scnadalous reports made against my record as a private citizen I am will- Â¬ ing to meet him on half way ground and How are you neighbor and ay I am willing to forgive all oouein In conclusion I wish to say in regard to his ciiculatlng in the county about uy being a tool of corporations that any man or eot of men who fay I received tuf cent from any uian or set of men or row airy coriwnulnn or that I author jtidauy uiunorsotof mu to do so for me or that I know of any man who did teeeive money from any authored ngeut of any corporation or corporations Furth- Â¬ la m infamous liar and a villain shall hold every mau personal Â¬ ermore I ly responsible until his assertions are provon to be trne When that la douo I usk no more of the good people of Meade uuunty Then I am willing to wear upÂ¬ Until on my brow the brand of Gain this is done I leave my cause to the lionest Democrats ol Meade county Remember I am asking no newspaper This la my first and last controversy urtlclo But please sir speak of me in higher terms or not at all for Shakes pram eayp He who illchea from mo my gooi narno takes from me that which eniiclittf him not but makes me poor Respectfully indeed Ww Allkm Stitu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SORELY WOUNDED Charlie Carter Struck With a Thieves Rob Charlie flamman of Skiff And Food River thieves favored Clovorport with a viiit Friday night Tlieypnid formal calls at the homes of Charlie Hemuian Mug Sevos acd IK Smith but nftjl cted to leave their cards which shows that though they are prone to cultivato tho best society they poine times Ignore the conventionalities As a result of their visit to Chan Ham inans the cupboard was found bare the next morning They stole nil the provisions they could lay hands on They appropriated for their cwn use a pair of shoes and a pistol at Dr Smiths and robbed Mug Severs of several artic- Â¬ les of more or less velue but allowed his reputation to remain unmolested They stole a BkilT from Charles Ham man and alo robbed some houses at Stephensport They made their eecape Â¬ Aasucr Bullet Cloverport Boy a Victim Filipinos of the Cloverport has one son whose blood has drenched the soil of the Philliplnes He ib Charlio Carter the son of G F Carter who lives near town Charlie is a private In Co F Fourth United States Infantry and in a charge on the Filipino treuches near San Pedro Macati early last month lie was shot In the thigh by a Filipino rebel The Mauser bullet Indicted a very ugly wound and he was carried to the rear of the firing line on a litter by sever- Â¬ Bitmarks Iron Nerve al of his comrades Was tho result of his splendid health His bunk mate reported tho injury to Indomitublo will and tremendous energy Mr Carter and the latter at once wroto arc not found where Stomach Liver to the war department for information Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If but as Secretary Alger has made that de Â¬ you want three qualities and the success partment a circumlocution oflice he they bring use Dr king s Now Life conld got no satisfactory reply Pills They duvelope every power of brain and body Quly 25c at Short Haynes drug storo 8 Kind Yoj Hava Always Bongkt Bears tin OASTORIA WORLD BEATER CATTLE MISSED James Alilburn Loses His Hol- Â¬ iness Reputation Short Horn Calf Dropped Weighed no Pounds That E T Hanlaway of Bewleyville has a short horn calf that is a world beater Neighbors Think He Is n Wolf In It was dropped last Friday and at the time of its birth weighed 110 pounds Sheeps Clothing It James Milbuni until a few days ago occupied a high place in the estimation of tho people in the Tar Fork neighbor Â¬ hood He attended church services faithfully and could pray more fervently shout louder itud sing more ecstatically than any other sinnor in tho temple He cultivated an expression that vae eloquent of meekness and humility and was universally regarded ai a holy man But alack and alas James Milburn has fallen from his high estato and now his former neighbors declare ho is a volf in sheeps clothing One of the Tauli living nearTar Fork missed three he ml of fat cattle a few days since Auother man missed two head at the same time eo both put their heads together and started on a search They trace 1 for their missing heads the cattle to Elizabethtown and accord- Â¬ ing to their stoiy the cattlo had bven stolen by Milburn and driven to Hardin couutytj capital to be disposed of The cattle were recovered Milburn It 1b alleged also stole a set of barnees from Len Taul After Milt urn had cut his crooked didos and lost the halo of his saiutliness ho jumped aboard the train at Jolly Sta- Â¬ tion and hasnt been seen since was nicely set up and as perfectly pointed as any yearling It is a male and a splendid type of the short horn breed Truths Tersely Told is a safe sure remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Dis- Â¬ A R Fisher ease Guaranteed 50c Cloverport E A Witt Hardlnsburg Foleys Kidney Cure Telephone Change The Cumberland Valley Telephone Company has absorbed the stock of the Ohio Valley Telephone Company ami now ttie two organizations are one This combination will aflbrd telephonic facil- Â¬ ities from Njw York to San Francisco Under the consolidation Cloverport will become the center from which both companies will operate Criss Carson George Criss an honest thrifty young man was married last Wednesday to Miss Mabel Carson Both are residents of this city and are well likod by those who know them Thoy will make this place their future home rt rests wltri too whether yon enDtlnae the l f nvroiiiinff iucru oun n wwjiB1 llA rtwuTei moarirvigrioDacfO Bad management keeps more people in poor circumstances than any other one cause To be successful ono must look ahead and plan ahead so that when a favorable opportunity presents itse f MALARIA ANTIDOTE ho is ready to take advantage i f it A little forethought will also save much expenee and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr Â¬ hoea Remedy in the house the shiftless NOTE The New formula is very pal- Â¬ fellow will wait until necessity compels atable and more effective than Quinine it and then ruin his best horse going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to IMayed Out If Run Down pay besides one pays out J5 cents the just what you need Promotes other Is out a hundred dollars and then Ilualthy Appetite Strengthens wonders why hia neighbor is getting You will feel better after second dose richer while he is getting poorer For TRY R A by A R Fisher Cloverport sale lletter than Quinine because it Shellman Stephensport ex pert nico oui nBroumirti jAJ tine purines the blood OQObOXM liorr iu uiauuwu mates tou irons sold 400000 inneaimnerT cuacurcu uuj anapocseK llAC from book van NOro awn ilnirrlit wha will vouch for n Tkft It with aSTn I cwllltitlntlTDrUtentlT fin box SI uunllr curen JboxitlU k rasrnteea to euro or wo refund monr SUrlUf BmmoJ V Chluf HMlnel Iw lerk rn HUGHES TONIG IT Set It Dismissed 2o000 daiunges which regulates Liveraud bowels invig o rates the whole system II will do the work sion no buzzing ears or deafness wrh institutedby the helra of Thomas Chandler sgilnst Wm J Dean jr of CERTAIN CURE this county was throw out ot court on For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed Qjjremroiy tastriroiiorifl of hfoo jttdro at AT DRUGGISTS Loulavite last week Dont accept any Substitute Commenced Work 50c and 100 Bottles The suit ter no after depres- Â¬ The Bpottsville Iron Gravel Company has installed its large crusher at the new PETTET CO quarry above town and will commence ROBINSONIncorporated the work of uMlug Its contiact at once LOUISVILLE KY This company will gvo employment to a number of laborers and will be of Offlco In Itcttr of Moorman a Owens Drugstore great benefit to Cloverport Severs Views Claim Inspector Severs of Oloverport says was at tbe Wtlliard last night Mr Severs Saturdays Louisville Post thinks that Ureckeurldge county like the reit of the Fourth district will go almost solidly for Hardin Br J L MOORMAN 0A0VOXIXA Bum to Dentiit Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds ot Dental work aovewajg ky j H W Yoii Kav Mwiys Bot eL Mslifc PUS ra W TiiprTlilillif Ilia BRECKENRIDGE tie D NEWS Proprlttn 1B09 A CHRISTENING ODE For LittiVMakv Nancy IIohkiitb 4V 0 Bablige Edllott aid WEDNESDAY JUNE U WE fr at ati SIX PAGES elarxrt ratt tf H tto rata rlia CAED3 OF THANKS aver Ire lla llae f 10 OBITUARIES charge at Ike tu tr fr MOSKT IS ADVANCE Mass Democratic Convention In pursuance ot tho action of the Dem- Â¬ ocratic Slate Executive Committeo call Â¬ ing a State Convention to meet in Louts vllle June 21st 1809 to nominate candl dates for State Offices said Committee making it my duty to call a County Maes Convention 1 hereby call a Mass Con vention to meet in Hardinsburg Ken- Â¬ tucky at the Court House at two oclock standard time Saturday June 17th 1891 said Convention to select delegates to attend the State Convention as here Those entitled to iabefore mentioned tnko part in said convention are nil known Democrats and others who sup- Â¬ ported V J Urvati for President and those who pledge themselves to support the nominees of said State Convention All so entitled are respectfully invited to he present and take part in said Mara J Whitwortii Convention Cfira Democratic Co Com Richard Adkisbon Secretary havo gathered tho roses of May And plucked from tho stoma every thorn For thie thy own foetal day Thy bright haptiRinal morn And tho wee Bweot violet too Wn culled from its lowly bed See I hero tho blossom of blue And tho odorous red And could wo tho tall lily find With its chalico of gleaming white Tho waxen budB wo would bind And mix with the rose leaves bright Far down in tho heart of tho throe Deep hidden as jewels are Gems not found by the boo Glisten like lustrous stars Charity burns in tho rose Humility gleams in the blue In tho heart of tho lily thero glows A pearl of heaven born hue For purity dwells in tho gold Deep hid in tho crystalline cup Far from tho gaze of the bold Its sweetness is jielded up The violet lily and rose Humility purity and love Watered with grace each grows Ripe for the Gardens Above HAAa YAII1 THE LEADERS THE FAIR Ladies Shoes a KM ONE PRICP mf J H ead Ache Are your nerves weak Pain in your back Lack energy Digestion Appetite poor Bolls or pimples bad These are sure signs of poisoning From what poisons From poisons that are al Â¬ ways found in constipated bowels If the contents of tho bowels are not removed from the body each day as nature intended these poisonous substances arc sure to bo absorbed into the blood al Â¬ ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe Cant you sleep well These warm weather goods we mentioned in our last ad are go- Â¬ ing all right and the buying public are more than pleased with the styles and prices on our Organdies Mulls Dimities and other Wash Goods For this week we want to mention I-- i rtf y4 H Ladies Ready Made Skirts for 35cwortha full 50c sweep Crash Skirt CORSJETS 4 m 14 disease There is a common sense cure AVER 7r5o for a full sweep nicelv braid Â¬ ed Crash Skirt worth 100 PILLS They daily Insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels You will find thatthc use of COUNTY CONVENTION The democratic county convention meets at Hardinsburg Saturday pursuant to call Every partv nun who can do so is expected to be on hand It is thought that the Fourth district will instruct for Hardin There is some Goeble and Stone strength in this county and the Hardin men recognize the im- Â¬ portance of being out in force so that the instructions do not go by default by rea- Â¬ son of overconfidence Â¬ In the saving drops that are poured Over thy soul this day The seeds of these virtues are stored To blossom and fruit oer thy way Irvington May 14 1S99 bauching the primary and bis work was as coarse as that which would character thn most brutal and ignorant ward heel- Â¬ er had the latter the same opportunity The disgraceful exhibition of force used by the police aud lire departments evidently sanctioned by Weaver aud the Board of Safety should open the eyes of the people of the State to the awful con- Â¬ dition of things that obtain in Louisville The Btate at large should see to it that a ripper bill be passed in the next legis lature which will abolish the partisan boards controlled by the Mayor and take from him the appointing power the patronage he uses as n lash and which makes him a veritable csir As long as municipvd ailairs are con- Â¬ ducted under the present charter men like Weaver wl make carrion of the patronage at Ihnir disposal and a breed of political buzurds will fatten at the public expense The state has an interest iu this matter as an election like the one held Monday at Louisville is more prejudicial to the good name and material growth of the commonwealth than the local feuds of the mountaineers of Clay county Â¬ 1 J F G by Bro Leitchlield who advocated home training and teachers meeting An impassioned address was made ou the subject of punctuality by Uev Davis of Hardinsburg His talk was enthusi Â¬ astically applauded H V Harris of this city was elected president and It O Willis ot this place was elected secretary of the countp asso- Â¬ ciation Cloverport was selected as cbe next place of meeting Agers tarsaparilla with the pills will hasten It cleanses the recovery blood from all Impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves Wrtto tho Doctor Our Medical Department hai one of tlie most eminent physicians In Tell the doctor the United Sttc You how Jut receive you nre lutrertn adilce will tbe best medical coU Aridreu without DR J 0 AYEH 1 Lowell Mail I For a 5 hook clasps two For sizes 2 to 3 Oxfords Q C f Narrow Lasts odds and UUUi Bdo steels strong back wires double bolt Jeans body White and Drab For Vesting Top Don braided in White gola Oxfords all sizes or 6 hook clasps 3 re J Qn A good article for the money inforced Bide steels full silk flossing For either Tan or bound bust In tho new DoDgola Ox Sateen cluster stripes White Drab Black est and best fords Patent Leather or Stock Tip or Black styles rang- Â¬ all sizes Splendid value For tho Armorsido Cor Q Zn ing in price OtJus set a corset that will from V I U U Gos well made Black not break down at tho side Regu- Â¬ 43o Dongola Oxfords E and D lasts lar 100 goods for Percale Coin Toes and all sizes ones to For Thompson Glove Buys a Sachs or Drew fitting 4 hfok Corset Co Dongola Selby 11 corset White u strictly for White Oxford Tan or Black Nowest and only best styles and Fanoy styles IOO 148 for a well made full sweep Sergene Skirt ends for a fine Denim Skirt in Navy and Cadet Blue Nicely 50c 100 3 Ladies Waists T0ba 125 7 -- J L V yl 125 198 100 up-to-da- te Now that wireless telegraphy is an ac- Â¬ complished fact the inventors of the system should devote their talents to n system of wireless politics IYt - u - w wv - -- i s v- M - IRVINGTON We want to purchase 5000 worth of lien notes Give us n call Co E H Shklman dentiat will be in Irving Â¬ Dr Rial tho ton on his regular monthly trip Wednes- Â¬ day and Thursday June 21st and 22nd Coe and can be consulted at Shelman All work guaranteed STEPHENSPORT Iain and hot weather tolet 3Iiss Katie Crawford was in Gloyer- port Friday Several from Union Star attended ser- Â¬ vices Commencement Exercises The commencement exercises of the Irvington College will tako place Tues Â¬ day and Wednesday nights June 20th and 21st The program will be a moBt onjoyable one CASH PEICES The Harmnbbvko base ball team is a crack n jack The boyB play good clean ball and they are all gentlemen in every sense of the word Dkmocratio voter in Brecken Â¬ ridge county should read the speech made by P Watt Hardin and published in this weeks supplement to the News It is a Bplendid exhibition of his views and shows that he is the logical candidate of his party A CLOSISG WORD Sunday AHE AWAY BELOW CREDIT PEICES 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 Etkkt Reduced Rates Tickets Cloverport to Louisville and will be on sale June 20 and for morning trains June 2lBt Good return- Â¬ ing June 24 th Fare 2 95 return Barney Bolder was one of the Cloverport representatives at Webster Sunday We believe it is to the interest of the democratic voters of Ureckenridge to see that the county instructs for M A Caa sidy for Superintendent of Pub ic Instruction We know him to be a noble conscientious gentleman an able educa- Â¬ tionist bo recogaiz d by the leaders of his profession He is thoroughly imbued with the ambition to make Ken- Â¬ tuckys public school system the best in the land Under his administration the office of Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction would achieve the dignity it deserves and Mr Cassidy would be Sup- Â¬ erintend nt rather than Clerk Again we commend him to the voters who shall take part in the convention Â¬ Â¬ SUNDAY A iVEiriG TO 1 held at Lexington last Saturday will be oi great value to the commonwealth It has set in motion the elements that will bring about a new era of road build Â¬ ing within the commonwealth The delegates to the convention were men who are wrapped up heart and soul in the materia progress of the state Ther realize the fact that Kentucky fanners are losing millions of dollars annually through the excessive cost of transportation over the in ml puths that are called by courtesy county roads The motto of the convention wan 10 macadamized roads to one dirt road It is a good slogan to rally to and when litis is accomplished Kentucky will be the most progressive and prosperous State in the Union SHAMELESS TACTICS The attempt to hold a Democratic primary in the city of Louisville last Monday developed the most shameless exhibition of dirty politics ever before beheld in that city By prostituting the police and fire de Â¬ partments of the city the administration people succeeded In terrorizing the vot ers and intimidating the regular election officers bo that the Democratic commit- Â¬ tee was com pel id in the interest of the voters to annul the order of election and declare the primary on Uy countenancing and giving aid to fbese shameleM acts Mayor Weaver has demonstrated that he la apolitical vul ture whose highest conception of munic- Â¬ ipal government is to make the patron age of the city carrion on which he and birds of hia feather may feed and fatten He is ably seconded by the pious Bill Haldemau who used to be John Whal lens side partner It Beema strange Indeed to see Charley Weaver parading as a goo goo The cloven hoof peeps out from the mantle of hypocrlcy that envelopes him A the head of the gang that baa mads a fine art of police intimidation of voters he has identified himself as the chief of plug ngliea lib band could be seen in the tactics adopted by the administration In de- Â¬ Â¬ The good roads convention No Is it St Louis No Convention Will be held at Go Is it Arizona 7 No verport Next Year Is it Washington V Tho candidato looked puzzled He O H V Harris President and R hesitated Willis Secretary Say judge he slowly replied if thet aint the place its a close shotl He got his papers County Sunday The Breckenridge Another candidate wns brought in by school Conyention which convened at a well known local politician Irvington last Thursday was one of the Let me see what you know nbout most successful events of the kind ever geography said the judge Suppos Â¬ held in this section ing you and Mr Blank walked straight Nearly every Sunday school in the down to the lake and started across it county was represented and an intense going dne north whero would you interest was taken in the proceedings land On the bottom said tho candidate All the sreechess delivered and papers promptly read were valuable He got his papers too Cleveland The singing by soloists and the choir Plain Dealer was artistic and spoke eloquently of the Bplendid musical talent possessed by the Where Soldier Unit Bvrlm rt fined cultured people of Irvington In the Dutch army a man must be The hisket dinner which was spread nble to swim ns well as to fight Morein the park near the Methodist church over if he is in the cavalry he must made up a fiue collation and was plenti- Â¬ have a horse which will take a river as easily ns a hunter takes a fence ful enough to satisfy all Swimming maneuvora are part of the G Babbage acted as chairmau and V regular drill there Collapsible canvas Clint Hook was secretary if the conven Â¬ bonts manned by n few oarsmen load tion They both made a favorable im- Â¬ the horses bo that they do not attempt pressions as able and enthusiastic officers to land on stone quays and other dial The opening address by Rev Lewis cult points The men swim across with was a splendid effort and the response their horses nnd on them They do it in by It L McGuifin was a most bappv one swimming costnme and in all the nc Mrs It M Jollys paper ou the Chris Â¬ coutermenta of war Thero nre few nautical emergencies tian culture of childhood was rich in sug- Â¬ for which the Dutch array is not preÂ¬ gestion and showed her to ba a woman pared Some of the officers have even blessed with broad sympathies and keen reached a degree of proficiency that not power of observation only their horses and kit cross tbo river Prof K A Fox secretary of the State with them but their pet dogs sit npon Association aave an interesting talk on their shoulders and are borne over al most without getting wet Stray State Association work and its relation Stories to individual Sunday schools Trying It on n Dour The county Sunday schools raised by The sultan of Turkey is most in Â¬ pledge 25 for State Association work last is aaid year There are over 2000 Sunday quisitive na to what Every and written day transla about him Abroad school scholars in Breckenridge county tions are laid before him from tho according to the report from various newspapers of the world and theso are schools all closely perused Hia majesty by the In the afternoon T J Jolly made a way ia a bad hand at suffering At one time he wanted to have an splendid talk on Sunday school needs lie urged the co operation of tha paatora aching tooth removed and dared not Fred Diiuy of lids city read a spl n Eight slaves had molars drawn out in presenco that he might have an op Â¬ did paper ou the way to secure better his portunity of judging tha extent of suf Â¬ teachers fering entailed and finally the sultan H V Harris participated in the dis decided that he wonld rather bear the cuHiion and give many practical and pain than undergo such an ordeaL helplul ideas He said the oitMnist was Cleaning the Chlmnejr next In importance to a superintendent An easy way to clean a chimney of and I rid great stress on the vslne of sing Â¬ soot has been discovered by a Maine ing man Instead of going to the top of How to conduct a primary class the the chimney and probing with rods he subjjct assigned to Mrs Bate Herudon begins at the bottom Tbore an open was handled in a masterly manner The ing is made and he Area upward a re paper was read by Mr Herndon who volrer charged with a blank cartridge Tbe concussion it is eaid will clean acted as proxy for hia wife How to enlist the church member Â¬ out the aoot He alao claims that tbe ship was well treated by T B Hen burning of a piece of aino in a stove dereon Ms paper waacommented upon will clear tbe stove and IU funnel of ootf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL raid the jndge The applicant scratched bis bead I cant just place it judge he paid bnt you name over n few of the towns and Ill tell yon when you strike it Is it Chicago t queried tho judge Clever Enonicb to Vote A keen witted fellow despite his general ignorance was brought down to tho courthouse to receivo tho rights of citizenship Name the capital of the nation Evartfl English is homo from Lexing Â¬ ton College Mr and Mrs Frank C Ferry leave Thursday for Michigan Baptist Sunday School is changed from afternoon to 030 a m Mrs WB Hanks spent a few days lost week in Cloverport Mr and Mrs S G Reynolds of Rome attended church Sunday John Jarrett who has been attending school at Hardinsburg Sb home Tbe Misses Crosson of Cloverport spent Sunday with Miss Georgia Mc Cubbins Mrs A Crawford and daughter Miss Ida attended the Convention at Irving- Â¬ ton Thursday Mr and Mrs Philo D Hawkins Un Â¬ ion Star spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs R A Shollman Mr and Mrs G N Payne and Sirs 11 Dowell attended the funeral services of a near relative at Sample Sunday Mr and Mrs L B Helm and grand- Â¬ son Helm Vaughn spent several days last week in Irvington and attended the Sunday School Convention Mr and Mrs W II Sargent son and daughter Mrs Will Camp and Gardner Hawkins of Fordaville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs R A Shollman Mrs F B Lacy aud children who have been spending a while with her parents left Thusday for her home near by her ilopkinaville accompanied brother Rev W H English Regular services were held in the Bap test church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Z Farrell The 11 oclock ser- Â¬ vices Sunday was one of the moBt prec- Â¬ ious meetings ever known by the Steph enaport Baptist church The Holy spirit in all Ills power was with us and the words of our pastor seemed indeed to be blessed A wave of praise nnd thankful Â¬ ness spread over and through the entire congregation during the services and at the close four united with tbe church one by letter and three by experience one having been converted during the morning services and one an old man whose head was whitened and step get Â¬ ting feeble came forward but not being entirely satitind with his oxperienco asked for more time and the prayers of This service will long the Christians be remembered by those presont aa one The additions to the church of our best were Dr G E fJhively by letter Mr and Mrs Sam Dix and Hewitt Hawkins by experience The house plundorer has been in our midst He or they gave out town a call a few nights ago Making him or their Belves quite familiar with the front doors pantrys sllverwaro and loose change of a half dozen or more of our homes Our front doors wero opined as If by nugie leaving the contents of our homes at the mercy of the man or men of nerve and ou awaking puita of all colors and sizis were tnhued silverware gone flour barrels emptied gardens de moralist and other damages too numer- Â¬ ous to mention but grief to tho thief and luck to the loser a party from up the rlvttr appeared at the break of day hunting a skiff this same slick citizen had taken without leaf and the skiff and all the articles above mentioned were recovered but the thief himself slipped them going on down the river to give our sister towns a friendly call and no doubt has been with you all ere thin To Curo Conitlpatlon Forever Take Cuauarets Candy Cathartic lOoortSo If O G O all to euro druggUta refund moqay WlNNlNd PRAISE Success of Violinist George Smith In Cincinnati Musical people in Louisville will be in- Â¬ terested to hear of the success achieved by tbe young violinist George Smith The following clipping from tbe Cin-Â¬ cinnati Commercial Tribune speaks for itself as do those from the Yolksblatte and Free Press Mr Smith the other violinist of tbe evening earned the instantaneous admi- Â¬ ration of his audience for his power and He 1b full one migUt say impetuosity of temperament and his technique is far beyond that of tba average advanced pupil of tbe day Mr Smiths first num- Â¬ ber was the Max Bruch concerto in G minor which be played well enough to cause his numerous friends to call for an encore which he gave in tbo Druse Polo naise by Sauret His last number was Etudes dOctaves In the Paganinl which he displayed a splendid technique Mr George The Yolksblatte sayo Smith a quite exceptionally gifted young mau played the G minor concerto by Max Bruch The young violinist has in regard to technical education reached an astonishing point aud promises to be Â¬ His tones are come an ominent violinist beautifully even and sure his manner of bowing quiet aud graceful The difficul- Â¬ of the concerto he overcamo with a ties surprising sureneas notwithstanding his tone was not quite blameless the natural consequence of the emotion of theyounir violinist The ease with which he over- Â¬ came tbe difficulties of Pasaninia octavo studies was really astonishing aa they are difficult even for a great violinist With the necessary perseyerance the young man will surely take an honorable position among the violinist of his time The Free Press says His timbre is no ble and possessed of a bell like clearness His playing savors not at all of the stu- Â¬ dio He well merited the enthusiastic applause he received -- Courier Journal April 17 th 1800 Â¬ pay for book keeping when he patronizes a cash store A CASH BUSINESS IS THE KIND THAT IS DONE BY -- jt v it W E BROWN Irvington Ky gt Send 250 to tho Breckenridqb News and get a 500 Bible ana me hewb iree oi cnarge ior one year A shallow Jaundiced skin is a system liver as it springs from biliary poisons retained in the blood cheerfulness which destroy enorjjy strength vigor happiness and life HEUUINE will restore the natural functions of tbe liver of disordered Â¬ I0 Queens Hobbles The Queen of Italy has a peculiar hob- Â¬ by She delights in a collection of gloves boots and shoes which have been worn at different periods by royal and imper- Â¬ ial personages She has a pair of white slippers and a fan which belonged to Mary Queen of Scots also shoes worn by Queen Anne and the Empress Josephine King Humbert takes pleasure in amateur cooking in which he is an adept The Einpresj of Germany ia aa accom Â¬ plished knitter Tbo Queen of Greece ia said to be the finest royal needlewoman in Europe The dowager Queen of Port ugal ia remarkably fond of shooting and spends much time at her country place on tbe seaboard ot Caldas where she amuses herself by firing from a high window at bottles placed in the sea f ir that purpose Â¬ peared to be at all sensible to tue charms Music hath charms to soothe the savage of melody Two musicians with flute beast wrote the poet but scientists are and- clarinet performed for the experi Â¬ not content with thi dreams of poets ments When they played beforo tbe and so interesting experiments as to the bear pit tbo bears looked all around them effact of music on animals have lately scented tho air and then walked toward the musicians and paced up and down been made in London and Paris Hnw Animals Are Affected by Music J Â¬ Â¬ 1 In London it was found that the moment the monkeys heard a violin or a flute playing a lively air they were quiet and listened intently The elephants took no notice of the muslo whatover nor did tbe rhlnoceroj seem to care whether he had musie at dinner time or not The hippo- Â¬ potamus however rose and wagged hia huge head from side to side and again sunk back into hia pool Tbe lion seem ed to be greatly excited by the sound of the music rushing against the bars of bis cage and then passing up and down until the music ceased The pumas jumped up at the first notes of HomeSweet Homo and came forward with signs of Batiafae Â¬ Â¬ tbe pit In the next cage were a vulture a condor and some eagles The condor seem ed to be the most powerfully moved by the melodies The eagles were aroused only at the most strident ton is of the flite remaining digmOedly statuesque at the rest of the muslo The penguins immed Â¬ iately marched around the yard in time to the music The kangaroo was much startled and Beating himself on his tall immediately took an attitude of a boxer ready for all comers raiuauio vows V Bara th CASTOIIIA yh8 K Haw WwafS toUl WHEN DOES YOUR BUll- - SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE Jerry Tilhrd the popular Bmnch conductor iias two of the finest Jersey Coyote came up to tho bars ot its cage cows in this section They are valued and then tbe music stopped put out Its by the tax assessor at 75 each The paw aa if begging ua to play on The old cows recently dropped two Deaumui tiger seemed to listen with pleasure to the helttr calves which are already valued aweet low melodies but roared at the at 25 each Jorryiaa believer in tho louder and livelier airs The crocodile saying that blood will tell appeared to listen with pleasure opening bis mouth and sighing or gurgling for JWty Quarantedtobaoco habit our makes weak In the experiments conducted at Paris it ww found that few of tbe animals ap-- raeo btroaa blooa aura Me H All druwUua Hon No-To-- Ct tf9 HIGHEST GENTS COLUMBIAN BIOYGLE 18QQ GRADE LADIES COLUMBIAN BLOODY WORK Done By Bill Stcrrctt on a Pacific 2050 Island Benevolently Assimilates the Natives and Swear Himself In as King it BEST BICYCLE BUILT - FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT e IIP I F sr F f iit have done itbo cause I know thore would bo a terriblo weight resting upon my conscience ever All wo require ta 100 down balance payable after examination afterward I ought to have fallen on We aro the only factory in the United States soiling direct to rider my face and allowed them to kill me Wo guarantee our goods for two years most liboral guaranteo over Of course I would havo been dead in given that event but I would havo gone to vWe glye more options than the regular dealers You can havo your choice of color height of frame or any gear dusUed Heavon and that is better pay than large tubing flush Our bicycles have all the latest improvements most warriors got sprockets archod fork crown drop hanger etc Joints large It has been sovoral years since this WRITF FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TO DAY dreadful ordeal occurred but the thoughts of it still occur to me when I CO read the war news from the Philippines CLEVELAND OHIO I was young and full of vitality when the Christian Endeavor people sent me GXSSSX5KsXsX to ono of the South Sea Islands to take on inyolce ot the tribesmen I will Dov Â¬ er be able to toll just how I got the job unions it was that I had a pass part of the way and some of the lady managers thought they could save money by send Â¬ ing me aa the pass whs not transferable Let it be thoroughly understood that I TOgOTUjuwagjiatErcgia did not go as a missionary because that S fflH is not my line and besides I do not in wH 03 think I would eat very well They mere- Â¬ ly sent me to pave the way for an assort Â¬ tTHrJFT ment of preacher people who were to follow within a year but unfortunately for the natives I left no work for the de m W iW jamaBMHHa clpleo and thus saved a large amount of money and Prince Albert coats for the A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and society Never having been away from home to EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN any great extent I did not know what to expect and concluded to take some CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED modern fire arms with which to amuse Tubes by Mail 76 cents Bottles 60 cents and defend myself in case of emergency JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor Some of tho lady managers objected to 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO this preferring to load my trunk with For Balo by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky hard boiled eggs porous plasters and prayer books 1 explained to them that at least two days would be required for me to learn the native language and in the meantimo I might meet some deputy 1 king wandering around trving to find something to fit his appetite and if I were devoured my blood would bo upon the head of the Endeavor Society The lady manager thon addressed the meeting and said it would be dreadful When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE is guaranteed to have blood upon their heads probably D to euro you It is the discovery of an eminent physician not knowing that deputy kings used the blood also However they all agreed No Knife I No Interruption of Business that I could go under an armed truce B The first treatment brings immediate relief has and I went cured thousands and will cure you Probably it will never be known how I MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan in the navigator ever found the particular chief of the Chattanooga Fire Deparf and I island to which I was accredited but rec- After years of suffering DONS PILE OIK U that matters not as the ships oflicors ommended to me The use of one box effected Aire I know nothing of my experiences as they jeans I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it 1 4TS tuf- of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten could not get near enough to see on ac- Â¬ fering with piles count of the shallow water I was sent Price 100 Prepaid to any Address off in a small boat and as there was no delegation to meet me the sailors holped me to haul my trunks up the beach out CHATTANOOGA TENN of the wash of the waves and I was soon left alone to reflect although at home I was never a great success as a reflector There is no twilight in these far away tropical islands and night fell as sudden Â¬ ly as an April shower I was almost as lonesome as the Deboe political machine in Kentucky and my only fears wore that I would be discovered and devoured in the darkness Of course I knew if tho natives could get a square look at me in daylight they would walk around me Tho great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of tho generative oreonsof either sox suoh as Nervous Prostration Falling or Lost Manhood There was no sleep for me so I sat on Impotoncy Nightly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental Worry excessive use of Tobacco or Onlum which lead to Consumption and Insanity With every my trunk and waited to hear a clock ACTED llCIUfi g 5 order wo Raaraiiteo to cure or refund tho money Sold at 100 per box strike but there wasnt any so I con At I til UdlNUi boxes for 500 DUIMOTTS CUKITUCAt CO Cloveland Ohio eluded that I was in a pretty good terri Â¬ For sale by Short Uaynes Druggiate Oloverport Ky tory for those afflicted with insomnia but a very bad one for somnambulists If I had dropped off to sleep and wand Â¬ M HARDIN R WILDER ered around among tho palms and fallen 028 Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky a victim to a cannlble without knowing anything about it I would never have gotten oyer it I heard noises in tho distance resembling a convention and I concluded to make an effort to terrorize the islanders and keop them away from me until the morrow I fortified ray Every Wednesday and Thursday after the self with some of the deviled eggs the IM I QUI UPTON ill inVinU I INI Fourth Monday in Each Month lady manager had so kindly furnishod Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty loaded all my guns and sent up a few Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed dozen rockets of various colors fired my loudest weapons and awaited develop- Â¬ I suppose I ought not COLUMBIAN CYCLE A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE RPES n5z opal si 2 Ifl rr tarieiLESlp PILE 5H CURE T Why Suffer Agony It DON CHEMICAL COMPANY J iil nFli LJI HEALTH AND VITALITY maziviszuirs xxxxs J HARDIN WILDER im MWH iwiirimi ments Daylight came and with it swarms of J brown natives armed with clubs spears and stones Tlioy litul no formidable woapons and this fact encouraged me I sent up a few moro rockets fired a few volleys Into tho sen and signalled the men to approach This they did with fear and trembling and seemed to bo bluffed When they found that I did not desire to kill thorn for ainuomont they clustered about mo and began jab Â¬ bering in a tongue that can never now be translated I signalled them to novo and they car- Â¬ ried me and my ongijago upon their shoulders to their chief who lived in a considerable vlllagu I could see on ev Â¬ ery hand preparations for war and the soldiers who accompanied me must haye told tho king wonderful stories concern- Â¬ ing my prowess for he at once ordered commodious apartments for me I thought it wiso to give tho king an ex- Â¬ hibition of my rockets and llro arms which pleased him greatly After that they feasted me as best they could and all day I assisted them In getting ready for war with an unknown enemy When night came again I was very tired from my labors hut was called upon to give anothor pyrotechnic display for the king There was only one Koman candle left and I lighted that twirled it about my head the brilliant sparks falling like snow ilakes all about me and the col- Â¬ ored balls of fire shooting in dozens of directions seemed to bewilder the king and his warriors I soon learned that I was a great man thero but that usually happens to a fel- Â¬ low when he goes out of his own coun- Â¬ try All Kentuckians becorao great when they leave the state I retired to my hut lighted a taper and sat on my trunk to think Presently thero was a great commotion outside tom toms were sounded and many savages were howl- Â¬ ing through reeds In another moment the king entered my room followed by some deputy kings who bore upon their shoulders the kings only daughter who was deposited upon my trunk beside me Some mysterious signs were Inade and tho party withdrew leaving the island brunette with me Being tired and oth- erwise worried over the approaching battle I couldnt think of anything else to say so I asked her about the weather I dont know what she said but she Wo talked a whjle tried to hug me without saying anything and then I got sleepy The princess was sleepy too but she didnt know how to say so there- Â¬ fore I fired a gun as a signtl for her pa to come and get her Tho shot brought them in numbers and they gavo me to understand that I was married to the princess and was to becomo deputy king I told the old man that I was already married and had enough but he slgued I told him that the fact was immaterial that I was willing to fight his enemies for him but that I did not care to shoul- Â¬ der the political responsibilities of his preseryes I didnt have but six dollars and was opposed to having holes punch- Â¬ ed in them for ornaments for his sub Â¬ jects to keop them in line I had tried that once in trying to get a nomination for State Senator in Kentucky but tho ornaments gave out before all the republicans were seen But the king was the law and my ship had sailed two days before I was very sleepy and tho costume of the princess would not have protected her from a cold in a ball room of the Four Hundred Of course I had to make the best of it but long before I got to sleep the noise of the morrows battle preparations were heard and as a faithful but fearful sub- Â¬ ject I made ready to engage the enemy Shortly after daylight every member of the tribe both male and female be Â¬ gan the march to the sea armed with spears stones and clubs The women and children were to fight as well as the men and as there was a reasonable chance for me to lose the princess in this deal I hurried to the front My arms consisted of several repeat- Â¬ ing shot guns and shells loaded with buck shot and sovoral repeating rifles one of very lare calibre My outfit was transported to the sea by natives and I took up my station behind a tree while the Kings troops formed a line along the beach I had noc long to wait beforo I discovered whero tho enemy was to come from There was another island half mile in distance from us and very Boon hundreds of canoes filled with sav Â¬ ages put off to invade us The goneral-in-chi- ef of the invaders was in the ad Â¬ NSOMNIA ovor twenty years and I can say that Cuscarotn havo given mo moro rollef than any other reme Â¬ dy I have ever tried I shall certainly recom mend tlictn In my frlonds ns being nil thoy are represented Tiioa Oillahd Elgin III Â¬ BANK -OF Henderson Eoute Loninilld Ilinve lieoii lifting CANCAUKTS for Innomnla with which f havo been aftllctcd for HAEDI1TSEUEG B Hsiirioa In SI Louii IVf Co F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President If BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS DEPOSITS Tine Card Effect May 20 I0S9 No M G W R M KAST IIOUNL CANDY BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE 4No 44 No 46 JOLLY J St Louis Kvansvllle Henderson SpoitsTille Heads Worthlngton Stanley OrllTlth Mattlngly Owensboro Waitman Lewiiport Lt OMMm INTEREST UK PAID ON TIME llaskets 715 731 738 7 45 766am 2 20pm 2 40 3 01 8 65pm 2 45am 1 310 328 339 3 44 RIOISTIftCO JOHN AABISHOP 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place when attached to the separator frame and its adjustable supports keep it always per Â¬ fectly level This Self feeder is designed for the hardinsburg Kentucky A v ATTORNEY AT LAW NICHOLS SHEPARD SEPARATOR Large illustrated catalogue that tells all about the Nichols - Shepard Sepa rator and its im proved PREPARED TO PEAOTICE GtASES vanco transport and when he cast an- Â¬ chor to land I emerged from my forti- Â¬ fication and signalled tho chief that he could not land on that territory that if ho did it would be a strict violation of tho Monroe doctrine and if I couldnt He Btop him I would send for Dewey said he didnt give a river dam for Dew ey and he had never seen Monroes doc- Â¬ trine in his ballwick The chief then opened the engagement by discharging some arrowsat once I opened fire on his boats with a shot gun and the car- Â¬ nage was terrible to bohold Not a sav Â¬ age was left on the Hag ship By this time thousands of natives were attempt- Â¬ ing to land and I worked the guns for all they were worth One volley of buck shot seemed to be all that was necessary to sweep every savage from a boat and the water was red with blood This great battle waged until noon when the boats of the enemy grew fewer and stood further out at sea It then became necessary to use my large calibre rills and while the death rates was not so great there was no trouble to sink their frail crafts Many wore drowned in this way but others escapedby swimming home Hostilities ceased temporarily and our troops went wild with joy and wanted to hold peace ratifications all over the coun- Â¬ try I warned them againBt premature proceedings and ordered an invoice of the enemys dead Thero were bo many of them that we couldnt find room on lie island to bury them and had to cast them into the sea where they soon swelled up and made splendid food for the sharks I went into camp to rest and not hay Â¬ ing sleep any for two nights fell asleep Suddenly I was awaken by noise another battle and was horrified to see the shore Hnod with the enemy in mortal combat with our force By strategy such as Sampson used when he attempted to get into Santiago harbor by a land route the enemy had landed a mile below our po sition anu auacKeu uo irom ttio rear Our forces had held a peace jubileo dur- Â¬ ing ray slumbers and had become drunk on palm juice and wero almost hors do combat The warriors on both sides wero of the same raco and I could not tell them apart Tho women and mon wero fight ing and howling hand to hand and nev er before had I seen such desperation outside of a pennyrile Republican con- Â¬ vention I could not afford to take chances Of being killed that far from home consequently I opened on the mob not knowing friend from foe Thus the battle raged until long after dark when there was a lull and tho smoke sottled over the island as a pall I held my position until morning and dead men and women confronted me on all sides There was no sign of life I arrived at the Capitol about noon and found no one there except the king who had escaped uninjured He told mo thas all was lost save his throne and me All that week we roamed about the battle field looking for some of his wives and mine but fortune favored us and we found them dead The king was too tired to help me bury them Every ono on the island had been put out of com mission except me and the king and we went back to the Capitol When we had rested from the ordeal tho king called me one day and ascended his bamboo throne and made a long po- Â¬ litical speech saying that I was the best army ho had ever organized and also that if I would remain loyal he would give me seventeen cocoanut trees and otherwisosubsldize me by letting me do his tonsorial work He said also that when I got rested he would send me to another island to get another stock of subjects but I must remember that his constitution gave him first choice of the women It is mans naturo to becomo distor- torial whon he is successful therefore I told 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attachÂ¬ Germany AD It ASSIGNMENTS BtWf Creek Mich Uk Branch Houit ments and the Nichols Shepard The TAILOR Will be in Clovef port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May k Co OAMKILTO Hawesville Ky Mm Itull It -- if 3CAIWDI3SrSBTJI2C3- - bECHarTJTCLKrX I M ihh NASHVILLE pwsaiM n TENNi aura il Traction Engine suited For Infant Yn Hiyi Always BncM Tin IA and Children SCHWARTZ SCHOOL J J8 J West Jtferon St 1 LouUvWU M Bars tho Signature of WMiSVWVWVWAVMVWWMWVSVWWVSVW m nWFJW Ulit tlft tutuUil tnmum XM cvAassan ttvw1fc IXO MimmmlWm Slt pMJM ff Wi l -- ir tifcSfJt- - 1l HI if COLONEL TIPSTAFF fir- Was Not Satisfied Willi the Conference there ia some one connected with the Women Should Know It passing on those bonds or the drawing Many women suffer untold agony and thorn who Is Incompetent It was stat ed by the Board that it was of no conse Â¬ misery because the nature of their dls Tbey quence that Mr Morris offered to bind ease ia not correctly understood hitnssll to keep the streets he should have been led to belelre that womb troubuild in good repair for ton years while ble or female weakness of some sort is the Barber ta ople only agreed to keep responsible for the many ills that beset Visited By them up for five because tho bonds womankind Â¬ Â¬ ENGLAND AND FRANCE a Fair Breckenridge Girl S YOUR FENCE AN EYESORE f A 1 f ii r- - i 1 Neuralgia nervousness headache puf fy or dark circles nnder the eyes rheu Â¬ Met J at the Mayors Office at Louis- Â¬ matism a dragging pain or dull ache in Who Writes Under the Non dc Plume ville of Rambl n the back weakness or bearing down sensation profuse or scanty supply of the mayors office urine with strong odor frequent desiro Kind Editor as I was called to Vir- Â¬ As one of tlio viaitorn front thlsrorinly It was suggested to tho Board that one to pass it with scalding or burning sensa ginia on Important businoss I did not Interested in the use cf rook asphlt to the Mayor and Board o Public Works of Morriss bids for stroet work had not tion sediment in it after standing in get to comply with my promise and on of Louisville during the Commercial been considered because instead of put Â¬ bottle or common glass for twenty four my return the first of the month I Convention I do not exactly agree ting up a bond he had placed at the dis Â¬ hours are signs ol kidney and bladder thought I would write a short sketch of My nephew Vernon Wes-my travel with the article in tho Tiroes of June 1st posal ot the board a cert fld check trouble myself and maid Barbara arrived at qulvalant to tho cash No satisfactory The above symptoms ate often attri try stating that we h ft after that interview satisfied that the city administration ia answer was given to ma for this action buted by the patient herself or by her Llvnmool Ennland Sent 16 th and went Now for people living down here in the physician to weakness or womb trouble I from there to London While there we disposed to treat them fairly I Our delegation caled at the Mayors woods money is about as good a thing Hence eo many fail to obtain relief be stayed with Lady Huron a fine old lady to bring a man into a business transac- cause thev are treating not the disease and a close friend of the Hay woods office at the time appointed by his honor Vernon enjoyed being in London bet- Â¬ the Mayor but he was absent We were tion as we know of and Ib counted the Itself but a reflection of the primary tor than anywhere during our entire very cordially welcomed and conducted best kind of bond Why it was not good cause which is kidney trouble In tact women as well as men are trip but Barbara was always bemoaning to the Mayors private office by Mr for the Public Board of Works on that made miserable with kidney and blad her fate for ever coming and leaving her occasion was never clear to my mind Brown Editor of the Times and the Mayors private secretary There could People are mighty queer fool when der trouble and both need the same dear ones at home and we had more than one good laugh over Barbara dur- Â¬ gen they dont want money Of course when remedy hardly be a more politic Dr Kilmers Swamp Boot is the great ing our voyage tleman than tbis same Mr Brown He a Louisville office holder says he dont From London we went to Haywood informed us that the Mayor had been want money it is mighfy hard for a discovery of the eminent kidney and tlo bladder specialist and is easy to get at Hall some 15 miles through as nice a preparations countiy man like me to understand called away to help in the for the triutnphiat entrance of the lion I was not satisfied on that point when I any drug store for fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ country as one would wish to see My lar cousin the Earl of Haywood and his Col Brytn to the city he had gone as it left the Mayors office To prove its wondeiful merits you charming little wife the Countess gave Again tt Has suggested to the Board were to hang the latch string on the out Â¬ side But Mr Brown atsured us that he that it had refused to consider a bid for may have a sample bottle and book free us a hearty welcome They have two would call some of the members of the building streets by the home asphalt by mail Kindly mention the Brkckbn lovely children a bright beautiful boy Board of Public Works and soon re- Â¬ company because said company filed its mrxjE News and send your address to of four yearn Dale Thelford and a sweet little girl of two years Helen V She turned with and introduced Mr Gran- bid three minutes late This was indig- Â¬ Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y was named for the Countess mother ger the chairman of that honorable nantly denied in chor s by the Board Duchess of Marlboro body Granger taid in effect that it was for they declared that Marshall Morris ROSETTA The Earl is never so happy as when at the one desire of his Boards life to have was not only three minutes late but he home with his family gathered about the city of Louisville usu the Kentucky was five minutes late with his bid I Oats are in fine shape him The Hall is a fine old place with product witli however the welfare of was one at least who left the Mayors of- Â¬ Â¬ Corn crop is doing well its high and lofty walls of painted gothic the city always uppermost in their minds fice not satisfied that being a few min Wheat only about CO per ct of a crop architecture Tho Countess suite of and actions that the same opportunities utes late would justify tho Board in giv- Â¬ had always been accorded the contrac- Â¬ ing the contract to another company Sunday school every Sunday at i a m drawing roms are furnished some in gold but all are tors of the rock asphalt to build their who charged many dollars more for tho James Mitthem was at home last Sun Â¬ pale blue some in old rich in colors and shows taste and re- Â¬ streets that iiad been given the Barber same work for I conclude that had these day finement people that it was the Unit of the par- Â¬ same men been working for an individu- Â¬ Preaching every first Sunday eveniDg - Oar first night in England was clear ty or parties handling the homo product al and had performed their duty in like and beautiful and after dinner we went that none of it wa being used that if manner they would have lost their po- Â¬ at 3 p m Grasshoppers are playing havoc with out to see the castle by moonlight How the people of Breckenridge county wish sition lovely the grounds and winding walks They also told us that Marshall Mor- Â¬ the tobacco crop ed to form a company and hid for street work it would be g vun a cordial wel ris had wilfully been informal in his Wm Board is still on the sick list but looked how like crystial the ever rising fountain with its ceaseless rauaic To coma that Maj Moms as the only con- bids Now for what purpose lie was in- Â¬ is slightly improved listen to it reminds one of faraway nome tractor of the home product had been formal it is hard for me to tell and I was Drury Mercer are building up a and friends driven from one allegation to another by not satisfied on that point when 1 left gjod mill trade at this place The weeks that followed were pleasthe Boards unf UrneKt till his last stand the Mnyors oflice Alfred Taylor made a flying trip to ant ones to us as the Hall was full of It is not plain why a man in a particu- Â¬ was made on a fivttoii roder while the Louisville one day last week guests Vernon met some one among specifications ritjuired the sheets to he lar business with money invested and Bro Watton filled his regular appoint- Â¬ them whom he admired very much eo rolled with a ten ton roller that caid he being prepared to conduct that busi Â¬ Fair congrega Â¬ much that he went back to London with company did not have money to oper Â¬ ness to success if he could succeed in ment here last Sunday RoesMalcom a young Baron and was ate its buiuuin and many other things getting the work should wilfully do an tion in attendanae Engineer Tate of Richard to stay with him until our return from Mr Granger was good jiiongh to tell us act to prevent himself from doing that as reasons for not ui ing the rock asphalt which would benefit himself but then Witt and wife spent last Sunday with France As Lady Haywood was to ac- Â¬ company mo we thought best to start of Breukenridgo county All of which city folks ways are past finding out bo I John Slayton and family statements he proyed to be true by Mr give that proposition up John Slayton sold one nice saddle immediately so one bright autumn Now as to tho article of the Times Satterwhitn another member of the mare to Jack Norton for 85 and a nice morning late in October we found our- Â¬ Board of Public Works and by Mr Par aboye referred to either it or the Board gelding 4 year old to John Bntler for selves in the lovely city of Paris We spent some time there with the The iQO sonB who appeared to hti an exoilicio of Public Works is badly mistaken Countess cousin a young romantic ml member of the Board of Public Works gentleman of the Board told us that the J G Boss Mort Rogora Mrs L Le who had married a young Frenchman There were some questions naked by cementing asphalt used in making the grand and S P Drury visited Bewley of high birth and very handsome the visitors that were not answered by binder costs about ninety cents a Bquare villa on the 3rd to be present at the We yisited a noted convent where Mr Granger who seemed to be spokes Â¬ while the Times says The binder Basbam inquest the Countess had received most of her man for the Board nor by any other would cost about ninety cents per square Tommie Mitcbens fell from a horse education If some of our own girls member for him It did not appear of 1O0 square leet eo we have the state Â¬ clear to my mind why the board did not ment from the Board that ninety cents last Sunday a week ago but it did not could only attend some of the Art schools Â¬ alter the specifications or have two kinds will buy tho cement to hold the crushed amount to as much as some people sup- there how fast they would learn Yet He was slightly bruised together in putting on a square of posed fashion and folly are everywhere of specifications so that rock asphalt rock At the last term of our circuit court I sometimes think Obi whithei are binder at UO cents be admitted to compete might Again I take it the Board is right but will uncle Jesse Winckler got his note vs his we drifting it did not appear clear to my mind be Â¬ Our next point of interest was Nantes yond a reasonable doubt that a binder take Mr Browns word for the truth if house and lot cancelled This decision is necessary when laying a street with he will say that his article quotes Mr leaves the old man a neat little house a town of modern aspect It is true are its castles many centuries old rock asphalt True Mr Granger proved Parsons estimate of the cost of a binder and home in the town of Bewleyvilte prominent in the scene which greets the In conclusion will say that there apÂ¬ Ky is by Mr Parsons Iiis statement that it Mr Dean ot near Glendean passed eye on arriving at the railway station the city engineer and further that all pears to be a great amount of friction be- Â¬ good engineers recognized that fact I tween Mr Morriss company and the through our little town on the 2nd trac Â¬ yet it ia a lonely place Our first day in Nantes was Sunday would have no right to dispute with so Board of Public Woika of Louisville by ing some four or five bead of yearling learned gentlemen ou a matter of which the city and Breckenridge county cattle that he supposed had been stolen and reminds one of London dear old which they are bo well acquainted and are the looser and the Barber ABphalt from him Ue returned on the 3rd but smoky London We yisited the Cathed- Â¬ ral and the chief point of interest is the so competent to judge were it not for the Go is the winner Whether the Barber did not succeed in finding his cattle tomb erected by Duchess Anne of BritÂ¬ fact that I can name as good engineers people have been instrumental in creat- Â¬ I hereby respectfully call the atten as Mr Parsons reputation bears him out ing this friction did not appear at the tion of our road supervisor and county tany over her parents It is greatly esto be now living in Ids city who declare aforesaid meeting but whatever the judge to one mile of public road on the teemed as a work of art Our travels in France were pleasant that rock asphalt does not build aa good cause my be one thing at that time was west side of Sinking creek beginning at streets where a binder Is used as with- clear to my mind whicn was that there the Kosetta Bridge also three hundred indeed unti called to England as the out it and that to require a binder with would nothing at all be done which yards of road on east side of Sinking Earl had to be absent sometimes on rock asphalt street is to put a tariff of would help the Breckenridge Asphalt creek running in the direction of Irv some extraordinary business at the house of commons On our arrival at Hay Â¬ three dollars on every umare of street product ington and beginning at said bridge There were things talked of at that wood Hall we found Vernon there with of it lie further assured me built out The death of our friend tiiat all the streets in the cities of Europe meeting which I haye not mentioned Basham is a very sad affair Clarence E a letter from bis father ho wanted us to Many men get home by the 25th of January if posÂ¬ here but above will illustrate the fact laid of rock asphalt were without binders and women believo he died from sible and many of this countries cities streets that at least one of the visitors did not some unknown causethat Yet no one swore The weeks that followed were busy were likewise built So I say that it go from the Mayors ofiice satisfied in the to the exact cause of his death whether manner intended by the Times would have been more convincing had The metnb jre of tne Board of Public natural or not Coroner and coroners Mr Parsons cited some first class city Works who were present treated their jury after a post mortem and an analy Â¬ enginoer of same big city and one who sis of the stomach have dismissed the does not owe his position to the friends visitors pleasant as did the Mayor when case helping to fix things of the Barber people or like asphalt com he returned from Judge McBeaths decision in the panies to prove that rock asphalt re Â¬ for Mr Bryan that he might in the propquires a binder and not make so sweep er spirit wnoliop the life out of monopo- Â¬ Chandler case may suit some people ing a statement as all engineers concedo lies The Barber Asphalt Company but it does not catch the Rosetta crowd that it is uecceBsary the proof ia too couU not be included in the whollop I heard all the evidonce in the case NO PAY NO ing for the Mayor and his Board of Pub Â¬ from beginning to end and was well satÂ¬ unanimous to prove much THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT orixlnal with lln K A K will poll Again Mr Grangers statement that lic Works in tneir talk of the Barber isfied that the verdict would not be for lively cut forever any form of Mood or the bonds given by the contractors to people show how pleasant it is for less than ten thousand I heard juror Sexual IIsum It It the remit of 30 Triplettmake atalk and I am sure lie rear experience la the treatment of faithfully perform their work were of no brethern to dwell together in unity Iheao dUeaies JtCol TllSTAKK made a good sensibly one and said he account woul 1 suggest if true that would do exactly the same thing again WE CURE SYPHILIS if they were to put him in the same Thli terrible Blood Poison the terror of mankind yield readily to our NEW place That if they did not want a de Â¬ Bewaro of Mercury THKATMKNT lpUub etc 1 her may ruin your ryitem cision from him that it was his belief to If 70a hare tore to the mouth or tongue just keep him offof any jury railroad or pain In the joint sore throat hair or eurowi raiimi out pimpieior dioicqc any other caso This conversation was omach deraniement tore eye head aches etc you hat a the tecoodary iUkc made on the court house ateps and when Wo aolicit the of this Ulood loiton several good men were present Put me moat obitlnate caaeiinu faaiience me world for a eaie we acoot for treatment and all the rest cfltoeettas citterns down and cannot euro Hy our treatment the ulcer heal the hair crowi acalnpalni for Mr Trlplett He is one of those oil dlMppear the tiln beoomea neaiiuy ana common farmers plodding away trying marrtatoitpoiiiuieanaiaie to support a large family You will find CURES GUARANTEED him to be ono of the best men you ever ThooMndiot youna and middle aged met and his word is as good aa the best Mag out too aU Blag taUu saw men bare their vitror and vitality rapped inenvii by early annuel later en Ring out ho false Sing fei the trna bond he could possibly make He wan onr worry ets No matUr the eau Method Treatment U the refuse New the right man in the right plao so we We bring to you the new and true from the pioey forests of Norway say WECUREIMPOTENCY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w Â¬ given by contractors could never be real Â¬ ized on That ia a sad connection on ac count of this branch of LouIbtIHos city government and is another of the points on which 1 was not satisfied on leaving Ib it an old picket affair Does it detract from -the beauty of your lawn Are you ashamed of - - M iw ML- - J- - it now one put up ii tmd If bo you had bet- aMtter decide to nave a IawnlHawaHF Construction THE Is Cheapest because it is Vest WXILiXjIIMZS it EJJSTOEI It is Hcst because is Cheapest la nerer got erefter yalue Or my money me HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and a ds beauty to any nlace Its irood nolnts ara Beautv Liahtness ot Strength Durability and its Lastinv Qualities It is bullion scientific principles Every part of it strengthens the other part There is no straiu and ten years after it is nut in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed There are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the most expensive iron fences and beats them all in appearance CLOVBRroRTKY- - Mar c iSog What the Editor Tn Owemskho Fewci Com Ceistlemcn The William Heoce more than pleases me It ihlngof beanty and a joy foreTtr It enhance the appearaace Ofthls t of my yard 4nd discount the other fence In city I Paper Snvs the wire and iron Believe Call around and see tho lawn fence in front of Mr Cabbages residence in m lite W T HARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky It speaks for itself JNO D HAI1IJAGE mzzzzz2M33 BBBfflMfflffiTOffifflfflfflflBffig B Breckenridge News EOR ONE YEAR AND A 500 Oxford Teachers Bible O New run O EOR ONLY The Bible is one of the best- editions ever printed It has a concordance a bible history maps and indexed It is bound in lull morocco A years subscription to the Breckenridge News and a 500 Bible for 250 - It is an unparalleled premium offer 250 Â¬ NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN CURE Â¬ Â¬ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS a ones lor us an as me uountesa was pre paring for Christmn as the TUIl wond be full of guests duiing the holidays Christmas in England is very much like our own Everyone is trying to make it a happy time for the little ones The guests began to arrive on the 20 tb and by Christinas Eve the Hall was full to overflowing Eveiy one of our kind friends joined In giving us a hearty Invitation to visit them again during the exposition at Tar Is and bring all the friends we could with us On the third of January we bid adieu to our dear kind friends at Liverpool whither tbey bad gona with nsand em barked on the Hugh Tenia for New York OhI the Joy of that homeward voyage what pleasure there la in the home coming yet how often our minds vender to kind friends across the Ocean m CLOVERPORT B KENTUCKY S II SAMPLE m DR BELLS Remarkable Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plalnfleld III makes the statement that she caught cold which settlod on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told htr that she was a hopeless victim of con- Â¬ sumption and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from lint dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housewbrk and Is well as she ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Short A Hay ne Drug Store large bottles 50 cents per 100 Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and oil Inflamed surface of the Lungs And Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhilaÂ¬ rated t the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out t the 9auso of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes ara healed and soothed to that there la no Inclination to cough SOLO BY ALLQOOO DRUaQISTS Battles Only e ftOe and 8Ism A tnl raitore all parti to a normal condi tlon Ambition life and energy are re- newed and one feeli htmtelt a manamong men Every eae 11 treated inaw Tlilually no cure all benco our wonuer ful aueceM No matter what oil you Wo san fur coniutt ui confidentially nlih bank bond to durante to aceouv plUh what we claim visiting her parents at Mt Pleasant last Safurday and Sunday Milton Miller who has been suffering Mrs A N Jolly is on the sick list with neuralgia and rheumatism ia able A N Jolly Is recovering from an atÂ¬ to ba out again tack of pneumonia Our school has not yet been jet al- Â¬ The youdg applea in this section are though eeveral teachers have been inter being destroyed by worms viewing tho trustees Miss Carrie Belle Furrow of Hazil Rev W B Snead will preach the fu Â¬ Dell died last Saturday of consumption nerals of Mrs Cynthia Dowell Smith Mies Mollie Mattingly and little niece and son Mr Felix smith at this place returned from a visit at Webster last the second Sunday in June 0 1 UNNATUllAkMSgilAUU faiv H KlUNKYanailJ 1100KB dONBUITAajpN FUEK unable to call write or IFHKK UOMH QUESTION 11LANK for CUKATM NT treat and curet EMISSIONS VAHICOGKLK IIKKT SYfHILIH lyrlilrrrilllU iJiriJLAiiuii flUflllltT f MlMVTUWflV nriuitui 250000 CURED muivtu DRAINS Rambler If the predisposition to worms in chl lien ia not cured they may become ema lated wpV1yand in danger of convul- alona WHITES CREAM YERMI 1UQE Is the moat tucceatful and popu- Price 2o casts A R lir remedy Friday F W Basham went to Clifton latt Bunday to see his mother who baa rheumatism Mian Lena Brown returned last Sun Â¬ day from a visit to Raymond and Brandenburg station Will Jolly and wlfo and little daugh ter Maud Went to Ilardlnsburg and ro turnel ltst8unday Â¬ Â¬ 1 AMMYCA BE SURE YOU QCT tl00 u yffigssgtags w ItatmaMlckaiMMnuaMiitnlmf Mrs iM 8 nSwiBaHMNMy Kennedy Kurgan 22 W Fourth St 1 XRS f CINCINNATI Um awaLwl O PeH Kawlwei lill M M libr try a bottle of Chamberlain Cough Remedy by a friend who knowing ma to be a poor widow gave it to triad Jit with the moat gratifying reaulta The first bottle relieved me varv much Our Sabbath school is progressing and the second bottle baa abttolutoly nicely and wears trying to arrange to P red me I have not bad aa good health have Childrens Bay tho second Sunday for twenty yean Respectfully Mr in July Mary A eard Olamow Ark Sold MIm Nellie Sillier who la attending by A K Fuher Otevarport R ASball tba Ko nfuil telrool la Hardlssbtng wae wan Stajthanaaoit I waa seriously afllcted with a cough for several yeare am last fall bad a mora asvere congh than ever before I hava used many remedies without receiving much relief and being recommended to fc erI J 4 -- i -- jMlwttH -- w r mzjsm vyjm yyTn HlUifllUBm1 7R5 STSSrtTPTesmii mum - Ii1ny -- wf WK HUHMum1 i imiiiii ii Uiiiuji mniiunm njnij minijmjw wyi y wiw Misses Georgio Nusel Mary McMeador Nan Martin Abbiu Medley Messrs Guy Meador Frank Hardin John Morris Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow Â¬ Blecettigi on the dear old Nkws A J Roes Jim Witt and Dr Strother els in natural motion and cleanse Aldermen president of tlio Board of We are needing rain vory much Louisville and wife were in Jees llorrel of Cecilia was the guest the system of all impurities An the city Sunday the guesta of Mr and Mrs Otto Robinson is very poorly of Miss Daisy Meador last Snnday Herbert Head is home from tho war absolute cure for sick headache Mrs Thos Tousey Alex McCans of EUtabethtown wis Mips Nellie Burks Addison pansed looking very well dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ through the city Wednesday on her way Mrs Mattie Board Bays she has plenty hero circulating among his relatives last week stipation and kindred diseases to Morganfleld where she is the guest of of peas and beans Mr Wolf of Louisville is here spend Â¬ Mrs Jones Chapman How wo all enjoy the Nkws We can ing some time with his daughter Mrs do them Cnscadens ico cream a delicious fruit hardly wait to get it Meyer R P Smith Chilesburg1 Va flavored Ice refreshing and pleasing to Earl Head was the guest of Miss Belle Mrs Luclnda Stith of Guston attend Â¬ writes I ed services here at tho Methodist church know how I could the taste the best in the market is sold Sipes Sunday evening only at Julius Sipplos There was a nice little singing at AH Sunday do without them I have had Fred DHur Robt Willis John D Taylors Saturday night Bro GeoCundlff of LeltchQeld was Liver disease for over twenty Babbag Rev Rutledgo H V Harris All Taylor and Mlas Bailie went over here circulating among his friends last years Am now entirely cured and Ed Goodnight attended the Kunday to Custer last Wednesday Wednesday School convention at Irvington last Mr and Mrs Bandy anl family spent MIbs Willlble Moorman will visit Thursday Sunday with Mr Clifl Slaton friends at Celllia and near there for sev- Â¬ Mr Geo R May his son Master Mr Raymond Meadow of Custer eral weeks Frank Pierce May and daughter Miss passed through our town Friday en route Mr Cnlley aud daughter Miss Eflle Catherine May of Cannelton were the to Custer of Louisville are the guests of W II guests of Mr and Mrs Charles May aud Rev Chas Priest tilled his regular Doran and family family Sunday appointment at the old church at Liber Â¬ Mre Dutch Richardson and Mre Rob The most delicious and healthful ty last Sunday erts of Ekron were the Ruest of B S WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1809 bread made out of tlio choicest Ihur Ms Eliza Taylor and Miss Sallie at- Clarkson last week baked in scientific fashion and repre- Â¬ tended the Sunday School Association at Tom Board and son Ollie of Dallas senting full honest weight can be Irvington last Thursday Tex were here the guest of Mrs G A bought at Sipples Mrs S P Drury who has been quite Meador last Tuesday Tho party holding my personal land TKq Dr Strother was called to Vine Grove note given for 100 due on cr before 1001 sick f jr some few days we are glad to Thursday to assist Dr Dutsan of Louis will please notify mo at Hardinsburg I say is able to be out sgain yille In an operation desire to settle same Titos Blythe Mre Mitchams sweet contralto was 44 4 44 44444 44444 Mre Chandldr of Louisville was bore Hardinsburg Ky very much appreciated Sunday in the Wednesday and Thursday the guest of Baled Btraw or enlo at Snlzer Miss Vannett Barrett who has been Sundxy fchool So clear and sweet her her Bister Mrs Georgia Nusel Miea Mary Jaiboo went to Skillman the guest of Mr and Mm George Short voice ring out Monday left for Hartford Monday where she Messrs Henry Wpodson and Arm- Â¬ Mr and Mrs A M Tate and baby was in the will be guest of friends for a week or Frank ppont the dav with Mr Slatou strong of Brandenburg were here Sun Â¬ Jim Smith Hardinsburr more after which she will return to her and family last Sunday city Sanday week and had day the guest of B S Claiksou home Social Hill McLean county Bro Walton and daughters Misses quite a nice time Earl Bennett of Irvington was in town Monday Alf Taylor contemplates moving to Lizzie and Lydia attended the Educa- Â¬ There is more Catarrh in this section tional league in Louisville lost week Ed Connor Canneltoo was a visitor in of the country than all other diseases Custer soon We will be very sorry to Harr Jenkins of Glendale was the town Monday put together aud until the last few loso him indeed he and his sweet little guest of Miss Ruby Miller Sunday She wife and little ones Mr and Mre A R Fisher spent Sun- Â¬ years was supposed to be incurable We are having such a nice and pleas Â¬ accompanied bim back as far as Cecilia For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ day at Irvingon to visit relatives Ed Bacon Louisville was the guest of nounced it a local diseaso and prescribed ant little Sunday School Very much local remedies and by constantly fail- Â¬ interest is being manifested Bro Stan Jaa Fiaher Sunday HENRY KOEHLER COHPANY ley Rose our superintendent makes ev Â¬ J H B Lozan Hardinsburjr ing to cure with local treatment pro Prof Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ nouuued it incurable Science hai erything enjoyable was in the city Monday proven catarrh to be a constitutional Aloozo A Sandifer and his wife and vite correspondence with Mill men who Miss Ola Graham is visiting her grand disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ little Miss Pauline of Jeffereonville visÂ¬ have lumber for sale They buy poplar parents at Big Spring tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ited Mrs Sandifers parents Mr and and hardwoods In mixed cars dry or Mies Jennie WaitMd is the guest of manufactured by F J Cheney Write them Co Mre John Slatou at this place Saturday green Miss Forrie Hardin at H It Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional and Sunday Mr Louis Roberts Dying Sandifer returned It is taken inter- Â¬ Sunday evening but his wife will stay a Oats and corn for sole at the lowest cure on the market Louis Rsberts one of the oldest and nally in doces from 10 drops to a tea few days with her parents We are go most respected citizens of the Stephens market prices at Sulzers Zelma Lay Stephensport was in spoonful It acts directly on the blood glad to have her in our midst again Miss port mijhborhood is so low that it is and mucous surfaces of the system They feared be will not live through the the city shopping Monday offer one hundred dollars for each cose week Owenauoro was in R B Rutherford HARpiNSBURG it fails to cure Send for circulars and the city on business this week Sold His Farm testimonials Address The newest and most stylish shapes in Frank Mercer came down from LouisJulius Dutschko has sold his farm near Co Toledo O F J CHEXEY ville last Monday straw aud crash bats at Supers Union Star to Lovisville parties He got IySold by Duggints 75c Misa Minnie Murray u the guest of over 5000 for the place He will move Mias Pearl Kelley of Mattoon III is Halls Family Pills are the beet to Holts vusiting her sister Mre Sum Porter Mrs M II Beard INCIPIENT RUNAWAY Clerk Owen Cunningham went to Capt S J Baker of Patesville went Louisville Monday to Louisville Monday on business Junius Foote has a position with the Miss Kate Sawyer and Miss Lillian Post Snapped in Two and George Oaborn Machine people Moredock spent Sunday at Webster Wilson Hurt James Harris took charge of the Har-Â¬ JT Pulliam Patesville represented Hancock county in the city Monday Sipple has a horse that Is ordi- dinsburg hotel last Saturday Jiliu3 Lost Monday was Quarterly Court day Advertisements inserted under this head at the Mies Lydia Lawson Louisville was the narily as gentle as a lamb but on Tues rate of one cent a word each insertion day noon he became frightened at a but the litigation was light truest of Miss Mattie Graham Sunday noise made by some boys at the back of V 0 Babbaue and her children Mrs Shoes light and swell suitable for the FOR SUK DRCa STOCK the delivery wagon aud started out to are visit irnr at Cloverport this week season for ladies and men at Sulzers stock Apply to TJORSALE A good Ky of drug through life Thisia great bar J Mr Wathnglon and his family went Kaln X T Cox Ekron It is estimated that over one hundred make a wild reckless trip hook oyer to Union Star last Saturday to visit bicycles are in daily use in Cloverport and Wall street on his own WONTED TIB MAKERS George Wilson the express man and friends Mrs Dr S S Watkins and children Julius Sipple were in the delivery wagon aoo tie roalere- Mr and Mrs Sam Henningar of West WANTED TIE COMPANY Apply to GLEN Owensboro are guests of friends in this transacting business when the horse Olendeane Ky View were here one day last week shop- Â¬ city started out LEGAL BLANKS ping Mre Will Mattingly Concordia is the The animal ran across the street and TOOK S ALE Ulank Deeds and Mortgages and Mre Gabe Meador arrived Monday J All Koims of Leeal Blanks llltECKEN guest of her parents Mr aud Mrs Thos collided with r post that helped support itlDGE NEWS OFFICE Lewis awning over the sidewalk in front of from Big Spring to visit her sister Mrs the W S Beard FOR SALK SOJA BEAXS Dr S Hambleton after spending a Vests store The iron post Bnapped as a Miss Alice Baksr spent a few days last pleasant week at Holts has returned to result of the impact Julius checked the SALK Sola or Soy Beans and Cow leas tf the city horse in time to preyent any more week at Irvington the guest of Miss FOK 11 OGLESBY Cloyerport Ky Lyons of that place Mamie Graham was the guest of her serious damege TCITI0Y In jumping from the wagon Mr Wil- Â¬ The County Democratic Committee aunt Mrs Margaret Archer at Ekron TTlOll Mratton in Bryant son severely cut his leg just below the meets next Saturday Hardin will be I Business Colleee Louisville Kv Apply to Sunday UHECKENKIDUE NEWS OFFICE the man for Governor Mr and Mrs John McGavock and A knee The Eclipse Gro Co will keep you in B Skillman went to Webster Friday to i n i WANT A CHANGE fresh vegetables and will also sell you visitfriends 4 bare of soap for 5 cents SL ItltlNMi Mrs A B Skillman went to Holt Mon Â¬ Pe- Â¬ The colored people had Childrens day with Mrs F Har Â¬ Property Owners Will Present a day to spend the We We are not afraid of competition tition Day out at their church hero last Sun Â¬ din aud guesta know these prices cant be beat Read day It was a big day or them Mrs and Miss Bartley and Mrs Wil- Â¬ At a meeting held by twenty nine It will be a mighty hot day when the ttiem liams of Louisville are visiting Miss TyStephensport Cloverport team will he able to interest 2 lbs Soda property owners on the Ooc ler at Irvington road it was decided to change the route our boys in a game of base ball 07c lib Rice Twenty elegant photos for 20 cents of tho river highway at the Geohegan 25c Dr A M Kiucheloe was called to 3 packages Arbuckles Coffee Call at rooms in Xewsom building Main tract so as to eyade the landslide there 05c Garfield last Saturday to see Mrs Blake Scakes Soap street up stairs bank R N Hudson of this city was elected Ooc Mens Socks Twenty elegant photos for 20 cents to draw up and present a petition to that who is quite low with consumption Ooc Ladles Hoes The county Sunday school convention Call at rooms in Newsom building Main effect 100 20 lbs Sugar Â¬ at Irvington was a great success Harstreet up stairs back 03 per yard dinsburg had about twenty delegates pre Calico Populist Convention Twonty elegant Photos for twenty 20c Mens ShirU cents Call at rooms in Kewsom build- Â¬ The Populists of Breckenridge county sent 05c Bleach Cotton Mr Barnes is still adding some Im Â¬ Hoosiery Sheetlnir per yard ing Main Btreet up stairs back will hold a mass convention at Hardins-Â¬ 03 CLOTHING Suits from 2 up to 10 Mr and Mrs V G Babbage and chil- Â¬ burg June 23 at one oclock for the provements to the old Hamilton hotel Hardinsburg ate the guests of purpose of nominating a candidate for and the property is now in better shape Ladles Slippers 25c up to 200 dren representative and to transact other bus- Â¬ than It ever was Glassware at your own price relatives in this city this week A Parks will speak in When you cant get fresh meat at tho 3 cans Tomatoes 25c Mre Ed Kissam and her handsome iness Hon Jo 05c the afternoon at Hardinsburg and at butcher shop you can buy a choice piece Candy per lb child James Edward are visiting her His subject will be of breakfast bacon at the Eclipse Groc-Â¬ Ladies Handkerchiefs 05c Mrs E J Baudy at Union night at Irvington mother ery mighty cheap Why the Peoples Party should live 15c Oil Cloth per yard Star 5c to 25c There is still a mighty fine shade Suspenders a Mrs G 0 Mason of Owensboro who In Puerto Rico 03 around the Court House and the politi Â¬ Towel Crash per yard has been the guest of Mr and Mrs English dictionaries are in greater de Â¬ cians who gather there make things Shirting Cloth 5c to 07c Jarboo went to Hawesville Monday to mand than any commodity 200 Eight Day Clocks mighty hot occasionally visit friends More than half of the Porto Ricans live All other goods In our store are mark Â¬ to Lexington lost week S A Pate went E P Harduway Bewley ville was hero on less than 5 cents a day the meeting of the good roads ed just as low Come and investigate on business Monday He reports half a laborers such as bricklayers to attend Skilled We will save yon big money wheat crop in the parts of the county he carpenters and plumbers earn GO cents a convention Mr Pate as tho supervisor county roads is in for road improve- Â¬ of baa visited day ment Vance and grandmother Mrs A Rents have gone up in San Juan and The Eclipse Grocery Company will Â¬ Mrs Thomas Dean left this week for prices of real estate have mounted sky EKRON KY sell you one quart glass jar of jolly for Grayaon Springs where they will make ward 10c We also have a lot of late Burbank an extensive visit Polygamy exists to a great extent It is not uncom- Â¬ seed potatoes You ought also to come Miss Ltsaie McDonald Henderson stys Gbarlea F Saylor mon for one man to have two or three and exainlno onr new addition tho 10c who was the guest of Miss Alice Mat Â¬ oounter tingly was cailed liouid on account oi families few weeks ago prisoners wore Until a sickness In her family BIG SPRING on their Mrs Caldwell Norton and son Master ibacklea that had been welded Ben Clarkson Jr came down home gave the order Stephen Norton of Louisville are visit Â¬ limbs But Gen Henry and Friday ing her parents Mr and Mrs J 0 that the shackles should be filed off Born to the wife of John Dooley the no more cruelty practiced Stephens of Addison Ky Oth Inst a eon Miss Laura Yeager after a very exten Â¬ Miss Ollie May Clarkson baa ret urn od sive and pleasant visit with Irlouda and i i home torn School relatives at Carrol ton haa returned home Kit Weymotb was here calling on our very much improved in health Work merchants Thursday Mlsa Marion Bowmer who has been Bro Clay Moorman preached an able never stops became the weather X college at Oxford Ohio Is attending sermon Saturday evening spending her vacation at home a waiuw 8ur A SPECIALTY took tLe class honors this season Then why liop Uklntf Samuel Jacobs was here visiting II Moyer a few days last week Walter Oelie has returned from EMULSKHI summer Geoigstown collego and will spend hU simply because IV Bro Clay Moorman of South Leltch OFFIOE AT vacation at home He is an enthuelas field is at borne for a short atay K will hes4 your Keep WOmJ K tlo amateur photoBrrarjher and hu a MisiMaud Doran gave an Informal Iimi ami make them iron for beautiful collection of pictures to show MITCHELL S NOTE reception last Saturday eve to meet her another winter bW Wends charming ylaitor Mist Eflle Galley of uciad Juot tlldranUu All th wrly fruit vegetable berrlw Louisville The following people called OLOVERPOBT Twenty Years Proof both domestic and tropical are to bo found at Julius Sipplea You can order In any quantity ROSETTA People of Refine Cant without What Makes a Woman Happier than a nice stlcctcn of Summer Dress Goods for Skirts Skirt Waists and Garments for seasonable wear at the lowest prices We have just what the shoppers want at satisfactory prices dont Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge News nienl Will find at our store ft A HAPPY MAN Is the one who treats his head to one of our light weight stylish Straw Hats the kind that fits all heads and pocket books Â¬ Â¬ dainty selection of Nqw5 in Brief Ladies Purses A magnificent Human Vanity Is catered to in our Shoe Department and not only vanity but common sense and economy are also satisfied variety of deliciously perfumed Get everything at Â¬ Toilet Soap A most novel and beautiful stock of SULZERS AUCTION SATURDAY kets Â¬ JUNE 1 24th Commencing at Dressers Oclock WANTS Brushes Some new and tasteful elties in nov- Â¬ Â¬ Sheetings Counterpanes Towels Napkins Bedding Beds Refrigerators Chairs Chinaware and a great variety of other articles needed in housekeeping All sales under 8500 cash over that amonnt I will take note with good security AT PRIVATE SALE I will sell my Livery Business I have 5 Good Horses 4 Buggies a Surrey Spring Wagon Road Wagon Hack Cart 3 Sets of Double Harness G Sets of Single Harness Lap Robes Whips and a great variety of articles needed in tho business I will sell all together or separately This will be a Klondike of bargains REMEMBER THE DATE Saturday June 24 at 1 oclock I will sell at auction a lot of Hotel Furnishings consisting of Blan- Â¬ FT HEYSER CloverportKy Hair Brushes An SVVWTVTSVSSW THE LATEST i Word mm mm Bargain News elegant line embrac ing all kinds of material and tho best ship of workman- - Â¬ i SOME MONEY SAVING VALUES TO BE FOUND AT THE COMBS Eclipse Grocery Store And tho most oxtensivo most fashionable and stock of 500 Pounds of Mixed Candy to sell te nt 1 O rJflntR A large variety of Fresh Cakes 2 i Mitch Meyer T D Writing Paper The best stock of Roasted Coffees in J the city at 10c 12c and 15c per pound J Campbells Condensed Soups 10 cts oar tin I Rentrot Fresh lot Canned Pineapples Pears J jtreacnes ana hippies just receiveu 1 A 1 A- - - i A lot of Tinware In thiH section of at your own price J DENTIST ttfrfrt4MtfttS CONSUMPTION SCOTTS tho Ohio I Valloy at Crown and Bridge j llimiMiMMPE BX LJ Babkges mm A grocery co - I HARDINSBURG- KY j pManBMBimHBtMNWWWUUUnMManmtMMMMM wvm T msxmrmAmmmn T- f nj - wh V J pippavipeffmipp v wS fMr it mIj mil wonderful little troplcnl plant the initnoM or plant I sensitive as it is called The curious thing about it is tlmt if you pinch any part of the root or the stem nil the delicate lit tic branches and frnijile leaves will curl up find shrink f together they had been blighted with a sudden frost SUNSITIVn WOMAN There Is a bcl is vory popular hero as a vodrtliat and always captures Iior hearers Brother A D Litchllold preached on Christian education lost Sunday morn- Â¬ ing Ills arguments wero stong for tho proper education of youthful minds and liis denunciation of ignorance of Christ Â¬ ian principles equally as strong state platform the Evening 1ost on popu lar govern ment more fully than any framed for some time Mr Knott or any other good democrat has the right to formulate a platform You neednt adopt it unless you can stand on it secure I believe I endorse tho of Â¬ Â¬ Knnism is re markably like this little plant If the very roots of a womans life are injured or diseased her whole being suffers both physical and mental She shrinks with Â¬ in herself and covers up her sufferings enduring all in silence as 1cst she may My sons wife had been for yenrs n Rrrot sufferer all bAiken down and ery wenk and nervous soy Mri lletey M While of fitony creek Warren Co N Y fhe wa troubled Womans delicate and sensitive or vitli all the pains ana aches one so Blenuer couia endure Shelook everythlujf ulie henru of hop I ne oociom saia ing to fret neip Dill in vnin h could not live to have another child ni she mnnv ttmrs fihe tried tame neardvinffo ritrcea Favorite Prescription and It did wonders for her This spring she had a nice boy weighing he got through before wecould eleven pound anyone there I was afraid the would not fiet We cried for oy when we saw how nicely he got nlong I cannot say enough in praise ol your Favorite Trescriptlon I never ent a I hope recommendation of n medicine before May GcAl bleu you for all women will try it good you have done the Any woman may write to K V Pierce M D of Buffalo N Y in absolute confidence Her communication will be thoroughly and earnestly considered and she will receive sound professional fatherly advice in a plain sealed envelope free of lr Brouaon who is visiting Brother Duvall preached at the Baptist V D church last Sunday Ashcraft and Minnie Blaud sang Jesus Lovor of My Soul as a duot Minnies voice is sweet true and tender Mr Ashcraft has a fine baritone Isnt numnu nature a complex com Â¬ To think of the advance sale modity of seats for the championship mill be- Â¬ tween Fltzinnmons and Jeffries being 1500000 Whilo the Chief of Police should have stopped the fight at once Fitz didnt finish Jeffries so easily I am glad Now I want somebody found that can Mrs Fit was not at the ringside as usual and Hose will not get her cottage either Itev Mr Â¬ Â¬ There is most certainly great similarity in all tho elocutionists one hears no matter when they have recited their instructions It seems almost impossible for true originality or individuality to burst out Each shows a drill drill drill Kalph Binghams great forte was Â¬ Â¬ barge Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JLWE News 14 lUU BRANDENBURG Mrs Duvalls meters are visiting her at the Baptist parsonage Mioa Bernie Shacklutt is the guest of Miss Tonuiu ilauiilton MisaHalliu Hart of Hardin county is thu guest of her sister Mro Iee Ilvgan Wo nil miss Lena Nevitt more than we can express in our entertainments Misses Tannic and Hue Jameson of Ovtensboio are visiting Mrs I M Dun fifty came ilonn from Louisville last Sunday for a day at Camp Hein ou Miss Euln Joiilb of Grovvhnd is vi Mac Win jtlng her grandmother tan About Sanders Misses Sue and Been Neill are guests of their aunt Mrs Lee Hagan for torn inoncement 1hh The ropiiblicann held their primary here last Saturday and instructed for Tay- Â¬ lor for Governor Miss Nettie Foushee of Ganett is vih iting Miss Beulnh Fontaine to attend commencement exercisep Miss Hilda Mattingly was the jjUKHt of Mrs BIhihIh fumih to uttend the Nor- Â¬ mal series of enlertaidmeuts Mitu llorinu Anderson is Biunding several days with Miss Eminii Bland who will return home with her Miss Ethel King has the I air Mount school Ethel holds u iirst tlasa certili cate and has been h close student Mrs Dr Henry hhacklett and Mre Franz Whitcomb spent list week with Mr aud Mrs It B Slmcklett of Milan Miss Maud Adkissous pupils recital entertaining mint have been special judging from the arrungment of the program The Democrats of Meade county will hold their primary here next Saturday to instruct delegates for the State convention Let us overthrow Aonaldo The etand pledged to the woild for vni r those islands and to shap their Uttrny as well Thu town is full of 7Mitn M ictvt the closing exercise of ftriatHavhwrz formal How HK hoot it mwut U build up and keep aliv a lyujtuMUtyMiss Georgia lIelmfetU r my old pupils has rendered o u wnut ih sistance in the music hb t siwttta has a sweet voice and playt Last Sunday Brother A b began twi light nervices at tht M Y church 715 to 8i Go early utti ih turn home early To the iut rK tA tJj I heard one of our prettiest u ris tut ihtut wmptj pfeuro tb txr u hm tba Oh I am so glad Brother Lltol fl M mil -- Jrf tit tiit hi tone to h have early services for now tli bty TV-ftOAttt mtth to iki with jndgjag can come home with us and hUr nutili m mizd sl hzt the bob aM 10 oclock if ehwu X tu in omy the door at lat Brother Lituhiluld reports the 15wk It ttnit any differenc if Co enrldge county Sunday School A mod a I k Vfnrray do tr nit in regard to tion at Irvington a most delightful oir keeping the ImiippinM tre will meet socially religiously or from a Ki ep th ri all the Mini-linperialictn business stand point Kd Burch of Idjueaville so far hits the highest average in common school branches There is onu more examina w tion on Friday and Saturday He uNo has second honors in elocution ami pen munuhlp Thu guests from Camp Herndon were in lowu last w eek sight seeing Among thoso whom we know were Mrs T B Fairleigh and daughter MUs Nell Mrs Elleu Franklin aud son of Juiisville firmerly of MeHile count Dr It I Danden of Hebree gave mu a day while he was here Bob is one of the staiinchest friends I ever hud He went to school to me when a lad and he could alwaya investigate and reason He la posted and a ood talker One of Miss Johnsons prettiest selec Â¬ tions last Friday night vma Knight Jluperts Vow Hchumann the great tone master In musfc has done great IM I honor In music to this same Knight A beautiful German legend Mies Mubol Hhacklette of Milan has dlscoiitiuiitd iior leesous till all but by request she-- will slug Tuocday night that attest ballad Tma to the Last Ma Â¬ Â¬ - t iJctis in his intense realization of his subject Whether comical or pathetic his audi- Â¬ ence could actually laugh with him or weep with him he had such great power to sway Juet liko music How many play or sing from the soul All mechan- Â¬ ical instead Jiill atjain I eer and always rtgret anything in politics that savors of a lack of political honoi Why not oh why not admit that the men of our county and of our State and of our Nation areas high toned in political circles as are men found in any any other avenue of life Surely those men who are to guide our munici- Â¬ pal State or National affairs should be above resorting to ungentlemanly meth ods to secure any oflice small or great If a man is open enough to make charges certainly he can sustain and prove them Then surely an Investigation should fol- Â¬ low for tho honor of all I have recieved Mr McChosneya cir Â¬ cular who is n candidate for State Super Â¬ intendent of Public Instruction I met the gentleman a few minutes and was favorably tuipresou with him I was very sorrv to see the attack he made on Mr Cassuij his opponent whom lie ac Â¬ cused of hem a luok lobbyist or a can didate of tli American Book Co In thin paper last woek was a reply ami a full explanation from Mr Caasidy kh to why lie was in Franlfjrt last win- Â¬ to work in behalf of a better ter vi s atom of rural schools for Kontucky In that bill for which he worked there were we all know sections which pro vided for as cheap books as did the Uhiun bill Those gentlemen are seek Â¬ ing a high oflice Neither should wish to Any mon asking win it by defamation for this oilire should work for tho cause of good schools aud cheaper text books in Kenliuk Fitch should rnako the lanvufcs on the highest piano Each should proe himself a high toned hon Â¬ orable gentleman as well as a qualified olhciul Mr Cat sidj a article on schools in the last issue of this paper was excel- Â¬ lent Isnt it wonderful what crude ideas some individuals have of music There is no book of faiij tales that has in it so man beautiful stories and pictures as you will find in this realm To most people music ia merely a concourse of sweet Bounds as the poet has expressed it We who have studied and who have drank at this fountain can Bay with TbocruA Cailyle Music is well said to b the speech of angels in fact nothing imoegj tkt utterance allowed to mortals n felt to te so divine It brings one aar he rcflniu we look for moments th eioody elements into the eter at s r t f jght when muaic lada and inA jrt how many train the tow tk uste Technical skill is a7 aUM at lajix tA fxprfision Train t iwflitt o tatt or expression tan uttenera to rise into vl tA fcautifol when all U toift Kvm u m JUi composition wtit tuwplri ixik m 4f nt meaning m t wt8iMM vi cutm m x that we Bat manic 44 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Indeedl liberty or sujngation to the hilndl This nation Is prepared and ablo to exercUo all the power that England or any other nation ever dared to oxer else A century of exporience has brought large and vast store houses of knowledge and wisdom to us The fath Â¬ ers that formed adopted instruments would be too far behind the times at this stago to send an Intelligent telephone message a graphophpno would give them night mares We neednt take up any more White Mans Burden Kip Â¬ lings fine in this day and ago to treat thoso islands than we did in the post nor as much as to care for thirteen colo- Â¬ nies The Idea of relinquishing in any way what our bravo gallant men and officers have captured Vie need not make the in serfs or servants yes we can make them fit aa citizens Plant the American flag anywhoro every Â¬ where throughout this wide broad world of ours and it means freedom and liberty of conscience and a better gov- Â¬ ernment fake the Philippines keep them and wait the tlmo has not yet arrived to decide The constitutionality is not doubtful any moro than any other acquisition made in the past We ask no favor of Europe We grant her none when it comes to acquiring and keeping possessions The god of Mammon not only demands that we should retain them but a Grand Republic demands it Let us spread our dominion let us strengthen our stronir hold there and everywhere we can Who shall say us nay We started ont to whip Spain to froe Cuba We did it in a jiffy We had a right to strike when we strike hardest We had a right to capture and to hold Â¬ near congregated on it In anticipation of feasts and fine times In order to como out ahead he changod his mind and put corn there It takes him to tell how badly fooled tho grasshoppers wero BEWLEYVILLE Everybody well Harvest begins this week and we did Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Eunning and Fover Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Come Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pilo cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box Care guar- Â¬ anteed Sold by Short Sc Haynes Drug- Â¬ gists GLENDhANE Dick Owen went to Hardinsburg Mon day Town unusually full of drummers lost week Sidney Owen is at home from Bowling Green Miss Fannie Green has returned from A movemont is on foot for building a new church In Glendean It will doubt less be built Some vory liberal sub scriptions are being mado toward it and Piggott Mrs Will Brown is in hoppy posses Â¬ all who have spoken about it in tho sion of a llttlo boy preeenco of your correspondent heartily favor the new building Mr and Mre It J Cain are visitors at Falrlawn Mis Cains old homo Dont TuWrco Spit and Rmiik Tour I lie Auj Mrs Hottle McCans Is making a visit To quit tobacco cnMly and forovcr lmaf netlo full of life norro and vigor tnlio No To to her sister Mrs Alonzo Bennett Dai tho wondor worker that make treat men Mlso Nellie Goodman of Hardinsburg strong All druggists SOcorfl Curo guaran vicinity Is visiting Miss Ollie Payne teed Dooktet and sample free Address Sterling Itemed Co Cklcaco or Now York ci Mrs Rufus Cain and children Parkland ore at Mr Silas Jordans for FALLS OF ROUGH an extensive visit who has Mrs Kate Partlow of Mo W B Heudorson went to Louisville been in Kentucky for quite a while is Saturday the guest of her brother T J Triplet Leslie Brack went to Short Creek Sun Our Sunday school was well represent Â¬ day afternoon Of ed at the convention at Irvington C W Butler was tho guest of M W course we were all there we had an inStone Sunday terest in the work Miss Cora Wingato was a puest at Mr Our services Sunday wero Sunday Stones Sunday conducted by superintendent school Mrs Iteld of West Point is a guest at ThosJ Jolly and preaching at eleven by Rev J H Coil the parsonage Mrs Jane Davison is recovering from Farmers are in the midst of pressing an attact of measles business With the late corn crop and Mr Hudson of Louisville was a gueet harvest here and many other things they have plenty to do of Sam Morgan last week If you want your binder overhauled C W Butler of Shreve visited rela- Â¬ tive at Short Greek last week in first class stylo call on Fletcher Blan is often superior Rev Hartford and family weie guests ford Home talent anyway as it is in this caso surely at Mrs Cbambllss last week Bewley of Brandenburg Mr Wm Misses Mamie and Jessie Stono were was at Zach Stiths Friday to set up a guests ol Mrs Hughes Sunday new McCormick Binder Mr Stith has Ed Thomas Davidson and family have such a splendid field of wheat that he returned from Edmonson county ventures a little Misses Mamie Ruby and Jessie Stone Mre Barbara Coil and daughter ar- Â¬ will visit relatives at Shreve next week rived at Irv last Wednesday as was Mrs Hughes is expecting her daugh- Â¬ stated in the News lost week and havo ter Mre Sherriden of Louisville quite bsen our pleasant visitors since They soon will visit near Hardinsburg next week Mibs Nannie Fisher and Paul Deinp and then they go to Union Star They ster came down to watch the base ball desire to see all near relatives game The Sunday School Convention at Irv Â¬ Miss Lillie Cooper of Rock Vale is ington Juno 8th was largely attended visiting friends at Whitesville Daviess and a successful meeting There were county soveral preachers present to encourage Charlie Stone is delighted with his the good work Prof Fox gave several position as express messenger on the talks and always to the point The lo- Â¬ branch cal talent brought out shows that what Mrs M W Stone anticipates visiting one can do another may We had fine her sister Mrs Lloyd of Fordsville singing and the refreshments could not be excelled quite soon Â¬ Â¬ Abundant showore of rain Pierce Hordaway Is at Glendean Mrs Eliza Jolly Is tho guest of Mre ONLY ONE FOR SCROFULA S S S Is the Only Remedy Equal to this Obstinate Disease Is equal to any blood trouble and novor fails to euro Scrofula becauso it goes down to tho seat of tho disease thus permanently eliminating ovecy traoo of tho taint Tho sorious consequences to which fctcrofula 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day on a professional visit Quite a number of the Fordsville peoMrs Fannio Bland of Jolly visited at ple took an outing last week and spent the day hero at the Club House tho Mattingly home Sunday Fisherville their parents Â¬ Aside from the serious inconvenience and pain caused by piles there is a ten Â¬ dency to Ihtula and to cancer in tho rec- Â¬ tal regions Piles should not be allowed to run on unchecked TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an in Â¬ fallible remedy Price 50 eta a bottle tubes 75 cts A R Fisher t W of all the principal breeds with 103 other illustrations Price so Cents No 4 BIQQLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Business having n great sale contains 8 colored life like reproductions ofMch breed with ja other illustrations Price jo CcuU No 6 BJOQLB SWINB BOOK Jnst out All about Hogsnreedttur Petdlog DiAJt try Diseases etc Contains over So bsautaful notJ tones and other engravings Price 30 Cents ThcBIOaLB DOOKS are unqueoriglnalU9fu1 you never saw anything like them so practical soBcnslble They ore having an enormous sale East West Noith and Every one who keeps a Horse Cow 3 or or South Chicken or grows SmMl Fruits ought to send right away for the UIOOLQ BOOKS The Â¬ Â¬ FORDSVILLE Miss FARM JOURNAL Is your paper made for you and not a misfit It is i years old it is the great boiled down ead Farm and Household prper in the world the biggest paper of its slse in the United States 01 America naving o er a million and n half regular reader Any ONE cf the BIGGLE BOOKS and JOURNAL of 1899 0 YEARS remainder DOLLAR loop 1001 190J and ijojTwUl be sent b7 mall f BILL I to any address for A Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing UIQdLB BOOKS free Miss Irene Board of Hardinsburg vis- Â¬ ited here Saturday and Sunday Lawrence Vessels of Owensboro is here on a visit at the Mattingly s Mrs Joe Mattingly and Mrs Billy Mattingly visited at Harned Sunday L J Meredith and J B Whobrey of Peonia near Leitcbtleld are visiting Mr Louis ABhley Miss Eula Miller accompanied by her cousin Cy Miller attended church at Goshen Sunday Vic Robertson is in Louisville the first of the week Robertsons are shipping a good deal of stock now The Rev Mr Moore did some excel- Â¬ lent preaching at Goshen Sunday and at w i4 ii Glendean in the evening About a dozen men left here Sunday for Rockcastle county where they ex pect to work in tho staves Stanley Mattingly and Misses Alma and Ada Mattingly visited Roey Mat Â¬ tingly near Cave Spring Sunday Ernest Robertson has the newest and finest buggy hereabouts By the way where is a finer looking man than Ernest Fuller completer breezier items hereafter Your presont correspondent leaves for tho summer and promises of a better one is secured The farmers in this neighborhood are sowing a great many stock peas this year last yeare experiments here were Â¬ Â¬ 4iut afrcit rzn -- 4tnt very satisfactory they could control things at their plea- Â¬ Sunday travel was excellent on the sure and possibly bring the other com- Â¬ Branch More than a score boarded the bines to terms for both rich and poor mornin train at Glendean 40 odd took must have food as welt as other pro the afternoon train ducts of the farm W 0 Moorman had a valuable barn Oscar Armstrong of Shreve Ohio destroyed by Are last Thursday night county has taken Miss Lillie Coopers Gearing farm machinery and feed were telephone box under his wing and takes burned The loss is probably a third great pleasure and delight in going there coyered by insurance every two weeks to examine it and if it Louis Ashley got four acres of tobacco ever gets out ol oruer ne will bo over- ready Tne grasshoppers from far and joyed to repair it Mr and Mrs Sam Parson and children ford last week ofMcDaniels were the guest of their Mr Woreley went to Falls of Rough mother Mre Onambless Saturday till Sunday evening Monday Aurther Wright section boss spent the Oscar Armstrong says the world is full day at Irvington Sunday Address WILMBa ATKINSON FAItlf JOURNAL of lovely flowers but the Lilly is sweet- Â¬ C1US P JENKINS MissJetEie Shull Cloyerport is the PUlLADIlLPniA I er moro beautiful and in fact ho loves guest of Mrs 0 Smith and other friends 11 11111 m in hi in none other Mrs Will Wedding and baby and Mrs The Glendeane base ball team came John Broderick arrived from a visit to down Sunday to play against the Falls their parents but I have not learned which wore the W II Sargent and family accompanied blue ribbon by Gardner Hawkins spent the day at Dan Smith and little granddaughter Stephensport Sunday You will now seek a good investment for vour Bavins Tto best known of Garfield visited their relatives Dan inveatment ia improved Baal Estate Secure your ground and v rite to The M E Sunday School will join Davison and family Sir Smith fished Sunday faithfully for three days but did not Falls of Roughs School next There will be dinner on the ground and catch a fish not even a bite a pleasant day for all Sam Parsons and family Mrs Cham- A fishing party from this place went bliss Mrs Mercer and Robert and David to Falls of Rough last Friday to fish Chambliss Oscar Armstrong Eli Fisber Part of tho crowd went in the morning John Eskridge and family were guests and took their dinner and others joined at W H OhambliBs Sunday them in the evening and returned on Long Distance Telephone 494 Misses Ella Robertson Glendeane the U oclock train at night The crowd Nannie Fisher Rock Vale and Messrs consisted of the following parties Mr Willie Robertson Glendeane Glenn and Mrs J F Cooper Mr and Mrs Iko Fisher Rock Vale wero guests at Col Adair Mrs W W Camp Copt W H CREAM Greens Sunday Sargent and wife Mr and Mrs Mack As I cIobo these items news reaches Smjth Misses Ella and Nancy Smith Bst In QuJllj loUn Quantity me that Falls of Rough base ball team Jessie Smith Hartford Jessie Reynolds Lida Sargent Grace Howard Anna Pet- Â¬ scored a good victory over the Glendeane Has Led all Worm For 20 team this is the second victoiy for Falls ty Fanny GroveB Messrs John Petty AXiXj SOXiD prparki by of Rough in the last few weeks and of Ileniy Stum Lon JohnBon Roy Annet JAMES F BALLARD St Louis course they feel rather swelled up over Geo McMunana traveling salesman For sale by A R Fiaher Oloverport Ky of Cincinnati clothing house Mr Per- Â¬ it kins and Fred Bright Had a good old Why dont the farmers form a trust Thy could rule the world or that is fashion time but no fish Jessie Smith returned to Hait therlM 3 Tte Vr i5 Over P J FOR WILL COMPANY LOUISVILLE 4 t L PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS ETC KY WHITES 5 5 3 fa J 1i Worms Ytirs VERMIFUGE - T Rtmidies DHTJGGrISTS iWmm it r a JH x Â¬ ctfttinmt As the Goes Up HOT 0iifww PRICES FQR HOT I The Queens Attitude An Incident has just occurred which re- Â¬ veals the Qieens attitudoon the vexed Y Crimp question of tho propriety of ladtos smok Roll Cap ing One of her daughters when leaving Windsor Castle was detained in the wait W and ing room of the station When she left the station master found in the room a Steel Cap silver claarotcase upon which the name Write lor Pries Catalogue of the Princess was engraved and with it the wordB from Mother Â¬ Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated SVAG S FmfigSXaBBBB 1 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing c rrt i wT e e Tarred Felt lLVltllHf3Ir IlllllfXm u9jr IIMIHllllllBKR Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement and vamaasmmsmamaamsmamamsmsmsasmlssssassalsslsasasals 4 m WEATHER I Wo have a few Temperature Our Prices Come Down SHOES Nice line of Summer Weight A FULL LINE OF 49c TO 3 SO CLOTHING 400 TO 700 Dry Goods and Notions Sultablo for tho season ie kept on hand to gratify tho tastes of tho moat exacting shopper HATS loft in our Millinery Department and as the season has almost closed we are selling them Tinware Hardware drroceries and PER SUIT AT COST jueensware at owest Prices- - If SHELMAN HAWES IRVINGTON KY- -