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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s1 nw mwmwii esai ijjsssjaaisf r- - yiv rr- - iiy tf - ivwy re Jj MJWW T K I P 1 - i IJ 1 XJtlJli r BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALIa THR NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE21 A REGULAR NOW lf-99 u yojL XXIII NO 49 ALL FOR HARDIN Gonventian Considers Other Nomination WM MINOR-WAS GOOD John P McAdnma does to the Phil Ilplncs lawesvllle has Ho entlstod at joined tint regular army Cincinnati and was sent to Snn Francisco in charge of 20 other recruits John was quarter master sergeant in the Fourth Kentucky and Colonel Col son his communder f n quently said that John would have been promoted to a lieutenancy had the regiment been lon- Â¬ ger n service John P McAdams is one of tho noblest and most honorable young men of this section He is as patriotic and devoted to his country as any man barring none who ever wore the uniform of the United States government Tho love and the best wishes of a legion of friends goes with John P McAd Â¬ ams to the Philllppines and it is to be hoped that he will win glory and fame and rise from tho ranks to a high posi- Â¬ tion before the war cosfb ROADS What was Said at the Lcxing ington Convention Fine Discourses Given by Enthusiastic Experts Â¬ of interna improvements as one of tl o nicpiiB of developing the resources of the stuli mill mxkliig It attractive to Bottlers Wh ii OIiIm linked for admission into the John P McAdmns of No Â¬ THROTTLED CLOVERPORT WILL ENTERTAIN Bo Held Mike Blain Was Endorsed as Can Fanners Institute Will This City In date for the Legislature conventin was very harmonious Its Was The Largest Crowd That Has Attended in Many Years THREE iiEN REGISTER THfilR OISLY tlla tfyvollod the the crowd of country people who had come jn on horee back The delegates to- - the conyentiop ar-Â¬ rived shortly before the noon hour CCho hotel keepers did not anticipate solarga Acrowdand the results were thfttmRnxJlflptogft hpugry The sentiment of the crowd was clear ly for Hardin There was an overwbel miqgmsjonty for him and the local par Â¬ ty managers easily arranged matters so that he would be the only candidate placed in nomination The convention was palled to order at 2 oclock standard time by chairman Jes se Vhltworth who made a speech in whjch he expressed great pleasure at Beeing so many good citizens present He also scored the republican party and perdicted a glorious democratic victory After tho speech D It Murray moved that Mr Whitworth be retained as per- Â¬ manent chairman of the convention The motion was carried by a unanimous etroto-o-tl-cit-o- Never before in tho history of Breck enridge county baa a democratic con vention passed ofT as quietly as did the one held at Hardinsburg list Saturday The attendance was not as large as it has been at previous conventions but the assembly was made up of represent Â¬ ative democrats A special coach attached to the regular morning passenger train was run from Cloyerport to Hardinsburg Thecoach bad been chartered by lo-Â¬ cal democrats and it gathered crowds of voters at all stations between here and the county seat When the train arrived at Hardins Â¬ burg fully 140 men were emptied on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frank Fralzq nominated Ed Good Â¬ night as secretary Kut the latter declined to serve and his name was withdrawn Clause Mercer was then unanimously elected to the position t DE Murray then moved that the del egates to the convention be Instructed to pas the vote pf Breckenridge pounty or P Watt rJardfa aa long as the latter re mniped acaudtdate or the nomination vote The Farmers Institutes that have been held in this county during the last twelve months have been productive of great good to the farmers At the last institute which was held at Irvirgton Cloverport was selected as the next pluce of meeting Those havingthe work of getting up the program and arrangii g for the affair in charge look for the co operation of our citizens in entertaining visitors and making the event a success VOTES AOAlNST P WATT HARDIN C M Hanna of Croppers Shelby c one of the best posted farmers in the state will undoubtedly be present and convention hereby endorses him for the will deliver an address The Institute will meet in August nomination for member of the House of Representatives and predict through Tho date has not yet been selected him a glorious yjctory for the Democrat- Â¬ A Narrow Escape ic party will be-- won in the legislative race Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Was taken Mr Fralze offered a substitute that E Hart of Groton S D Mr Blain be made the unanimous with a bad cold which settled on my choice of the Democracy of the county lungs cough set in and finally terminat Â¬ Four Doctors gave But as such a nomination would be il- Â¬ ed in Consumption legal the chairman ruled the substitute me up saying I could live but a short out of order and Mr Murrays resolu- Â¬ time I gave myself up to my Savior tion was adopted with enthusiastic unaÂ¬ determined if I could not stay with my nimity friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ William Minor here created a diver Â¬ sent ones above My husband was ad Â¬ sion by reading a resolution condeming vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I the book trust Murray looked upon the resolu- Â¬ garo it a trial took in all eight bottlea Col tion as a Goebel measure and to be It has cured me and thank God I am broader than Col Minor he offered a saved and now a well and healthy wo- Â¬ Trial bottles free atShort Hay man substitute which follows nes drug store Regular size 50c and Reeolyed that we condemn the tin trust trust iron the the 100 Guaranteed or price refunded whiskey trust the school book trust the FAIR PRICES banana trust and all trusts which are feeding upon the industry and labor of the people Were Realized at the Hart Sale Last The substitute was carried with a Friday whoop Mr Minor however was not rquelcb The sale at Dt Harts place near Mc ed He had evidently come to the con- Â¬ Daniels last Friday was not very large- Â¬ vention loaded for bear for he pulled an- ly attended other resolution oat of his pocket but The cattle were purchased by L Green while he was reading It the committee at 1340 on delegates filed into the hall and Col Tne bidding was aa follows Ten head Murray called for the reading of their choice cattle Victor Robinfon 400 10 report as a special order of business bead of cattle Ernest Robinson 300 10 The chairman acquiesced and the fol- Â¬ head Ben Qulggins 105 8 bead Mr lowing was read Vertrees 170 About 3000 bushels of corn was sold DELEGATES Jesse Whitworth N McMercer D ft in the crib at 21 J cents per bushel Murray D H Severs M Blain Milt To Cure Conitlpatlon Foreran Miller Alf Taylor H L Kurtz John Tako Cuacarets Candy Cathartic 10a or tto 11 Storms It 0 00 all to cure druggists refund moQey Cook and Thos Moore Â¬ ALTKHNATEa BUSINESS BOOMINQ f Clint Lewis James Lyons J A Barry Thos Tousey Lee Walls Dr J B Fry Â¬ mire Ghas Redman Charlie Claycomb Jno Alexander H I Coomes Horaco Butler Afer the reading of the report Col Murray moved for adjourment and aa1 a of governor result of the unanimous voto of the con- Â¬ Arising vote waa takonand all but vention Mr Minors resolution went un Â¬ three of the delegates rose to their feet read Mr Storms moved that the chair ap-Â¬ pointed a committee of one from each Lung Irritation magisterial district to select delegates to is the forerunner to consumption Dr tbo State Convention Bells PlneVTar Honey will cure it and The chair appointed the following give strength lb the lungs that a cough committee or cold will nof seitle Jbero Twenty Gloverpprt D IIJ3evers five centa at all good druggists Hardinsburg 0 B Miller McDanlels rWm Storms Work Progressing Hudspnyllle John Cook The Ohio Valley Telephone Company Frank Payne Bewleyville haa a large force of men at worfc erecting Union Starr Scott Ooat yh J the committee was absent from a telephone line between this city and the room D ft Murray oflere the folt Louisyille The linemen are now plant- ing poles and stringing wires and be Â¬ jjraoijysn That wo recognize fbe fore many weeks will have paesod the woijtpjUlty and eoupd Democracy of sy4tQwlllbe completed and Clover our fellow county man M BWlp this port will Jiaye facilities that will allow her people to talk to 10000 different cit- Â¬ ies and towns Dean Tie Company Opening Up Now Branch Offices The Dean Tie Company is rapidly ex tending its business Mr J Dean jr the manager of the immense concern says that the company is doing twice as much this year as it did in 1808 Mr Dean is preparing to open branch offices at Owensboro Ky Tipton Ind and Cairo III A small army of men is on the companys pay roll and it will soon be the largest concern of the kind in the South Â¬ Â¬ CHICKEN THIEF Steals Poultry on the Wholesale T Plan A chicken thief entered the premises belonging to Mrs Hannah Hardin at Holt last week and stole forty six fine frying size chickens The robbery was committed during the night and there is no clue to the loMlulIPn thief Any Old Sore ft IfaffikXb eSvaam Picture FmrHiLLLm m m aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaisr- m mfekkimt thousands IkJTkkkkH women will re - tells fatory that jf tory ti or mommy stit- - edgntze for And duriignpejjsruatfoB atory tC achelvforUng pittas torture Wr PtrUIVWrcT fDMcc male troubles f v V A PWlG um mmwATom DtuxcUUjMH It tiTpCOatiaala If the predisposition to worms in chil Cutr Bruise or Sprain quickly healed dren lu not cured they may become ema Â¬ with Banner Salve the greatest healing ciated weakjy and in danger of cony olA R Fisher eic cream vekmi- - remedy In the A world Hardinsburg Witt FUQE is tho moot successful and popu Cloverport E lar remedy Price 25 cente A R Carrier Pigeon Captured Fisher Several boys at Holts while playing las Vfek saw a carrier pigeon drop in Owemboro Headquarters public road It seemed exhaust opened to the The Uen fie Company haa ed and they picked it up The bird had headquarters at Owensooro and W O the appearance of boing a splendid type TKnjrer formerly of Fi Wyne has pf its specie It had a metal band Mr Tagwyer Is an bfea stt Ih pharg around one of its less and on the band xpjftlHibrlBpctaraBd hasa thor were the figures 188370 Jcnofedg9 pt the bunea Â¬ Â¬ mine - Â¬ Â¬ ob - 1 O JHttOJRIEA New pepf rture v tlitto v ti lUMTHMMmBWN vllr VtWW c9rMZm will re 8lelraftnfrOooUrvIpgtOB preieut Ballard Ballard of LouUyllUj In the grain buying bwlaee tkk yr The following speeches delivered at the good roads convention at Lexington deserve the close attention of every Breckenridge county JTarnier Prop Pattbrsonb Speech Gentlemen of thelCommonwealth of Kentucky I am glad to welcomo you within the walls of this chapel today there is no more appropriate placo for your meeting on these grounds your eons are taught engineering in all its bra ches and engineering Is indispensa Â¬ ble in road making Hero aro taught the sciences which arb nlative to agri- Â¬ culture and which make intelligent pro- Â¬ ducers here are performed those experiments which enable tho farmer to utilize what nature has given him in the heri Â¬ tage of the soil to economize his means to replenish tho waste to operate intelli- Â¬ gently the natural reiouicea which en Â¬ able him to adjust means to ends here is this college owiDg ita existence to National aid and 8tat generosity your own college unpolitical and undenomi- Â¬ national I welcome you today Tue roads of a people are an index of They measure both its its civilization natural and ita intellectual advance The greatest road builders wliom the old world knew were the Romans The Applan wnv the Flumlan way and others radiating from the Eternal city meas- Â¬ ured thj conquests of Rome and made her mistress of the Italian Peninsula and when the Roman troops passed the Adriatic and the Med terrauean Roman Roads followed the Wtch of Roman armies and held for centuries Greece Persia Asia Minor j Egypt Carthage Gaul Spain and South Germany in alle giance to the city on the Tiber After the lapse ol 20 centurl es the high ways built by Rome are still used and attest her greatness and her power On the other side of the Atlantic our kinsmen on the British Isles have been More than a cen- Â¬ great road builders tury ago Tilford and Macadam laid the foundations of the road system which has brought every village town and city in Great Britian into close relationship with the heart of the nation But in this hemisphere we bio TaIrtoBnrjrasr the Mother country The mightier daughter will eclipse all that tho Mother of constitutionalism and of nations has so in As in production accomplished the arteries and veins which distribute production and bring back equivalent returns The United States of America are destined at no distant date to surpass Already she is pres- Â¬ all other nations sing close on the heels of Great Britian ere long she will be neck to neck with her soon sbe will be first with all com- Â¬ The products petitors distant second of the loom the forire and the mines the harvests of the soil and the harvests of the seas must find exit and entrance through the channels which we make or the thoroughfare which we subdue to our uses Ocean liners on the deep and roads and railways on the land convey the surplus of our industries to other shores and bring back their richly laden cargoes in return In all this the farmer is more than all others interested while the population of cities is comparatively transient the pop- Â¬ ulation of the country is permanent the former constitute the explosive element the latter the conservative clement the steadying power in the life of the nation and on their intelligence depend the lile They are tne conserve of the Republic ators of the traditions uud the principles on which civil and religious liberty are Ou the facilities which they grounded create for commerce for the exchange of the surplus of whlcti they may dispose for other forms of wealth depend their relative influence in the body politic and their material comfort and prosperity You must build your good roads to ac- Â¬ complish this but I warn you that thia means a laige expenditure of money it means a large outlay of capitaland capi- Â¬ tal means the result of labor the and economy of the consumers But this is in conformity with the gener Â¬ al law All that is worth anything In character in morals in religion In learn Â¬ ing in science in art and in arms costs us self denial and abstinence and its volume and degree are the measures thereof but the rtiulta when achieved make a richer a fuller and a nobler life If I may wthout irreverence borrow an illustration from Holy Writ I would remind you that when Isaiah saw in in prophetic vision and foretold the ad Â¬ vent of the Savior of men he described the preparation for the advent oy a me- Â¬ taphor based on the subject of your con- Â¬ sideration today Prepare ye the way ol the Lord make his paths straight every valley ehall be exalted and every mountain and hUl shall be made low The crooked shall be made straight and the rough placea plain What does this do but borrowing the material imagery which the triumph of the engineer accomplishes and making use thereof to enforce spiritual truth and illustrate spiritual conditions Gentlemen of the commonwealth I welcome you here to day Mb Habbisoh a Address The road question Is not a new one la this state Kentucky was one of the first etatealo take a candid stand in favor T self-deniÂ¬ Â¬ r question naturally arose WIihI rtl iduue people to leave places which have the advantages and natural hlghwoyc the navigable rivers with tide- Â¬ waters and roadways and settle In a countty so remote from markets and which bus high rough mountains inter- Â¬ vening between the proposed new state and the settled portlou of thd country along the Atlantic seaboard and whero there nas no communication with tho outer world It was then that your great statesmen Henry Clay Baw the opportunity to advance his Idea of In Â¬ ternal improvement It was at his sug- Â¬ gestion and with his indomitable perse Â¬ verance that a claune was inserted in tho articles ailuiittitig the ttrriloiy of Ohio that onu tenth of the sales of the pro- Â¬ ceeds of public lands should be set aside for the purpose of creating a fund which should brt devoted to the construction of a highway from the tidewater of the Po macat Cumbeiland Mil to the Ohio river This was afterward built and wub known us the National road Various sums were appropriated by Congress to aid the matter It not only developed Ohio but was extended into Indiana when that was admitted as a State Mr Clay was foremost in the grand enterprise and became known us the In father of Internal improvements looking to the advantage of his own State he advocated a road from Buhralo A portion of N Y to New Orleans this enterprise was carried out the road in your State starting at Maysville and running to Nashville Tenn was to form a link It was about this time that the State of Kentucky begau to make appro- Â¬ priations to encourage the formation of turnpike companies to take possession of public roads and improve them charg- Â¬ ing tolls in order to maintain them Henci your system of roads mostly through the central portion of the state which Your did so much for its development own cltv now without the advantages ot the water communication owes much of its giowth and prosperity to the system of turnpike roads which center heie Various enterprises were inaugurated at that time for other parts of tho country some aided by the general Government and others by States But when the era of railroads came about 1834 then interest in public road improvement began to abate and it was supposed that railroads would Boon be constructed all over the country and public roads would become We have come to a of llttlo account new era in road improvement The construction of Bam pie roads as object lessons is a recognizition of the truth of the well known proverb The proof of the pudding is in the eating of U i i Mi1 - RaV4 norn AnsQiAJiEix Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome oma powoca Co Baking Powder GREAT CONTRAST wiw took DENIES Facklers Wheat Crop Will Be Short THE STORY This Year Joseph Fackler a prosperous farmer who lives near Irvington wont to Louis- Â¬ James Milburn Says He is an ville last week to sell his wheat Lust year he raised 2455 bushels of Honest Man wheat aud in February he di posed of 1 00 bushels nt 70 cents and 1000 bush Â¬ Says He Has Always Worked for His els this month at 72 conta lie save that ho will only harvest Living about 1000 bushels of wheat on the same number of acres this year Last week the News published an item I Io had 120 acres in wheat last year to the effect that the m- - ghbors o James and lto acres pUnted in the cereal this Milburn of near Tar Fork hud chaiged year him with the disappearance oi some cat- Â¬ tle belonging to a man named Taul The News obtained its information from what it coiwidored entirely reliable and creditable sources If ita informants are incorrect we will take pleasure in righting the wrong that has been done Mr Milburn in a letter to this paper cays I notice in this weeks issue of Of a Wheat Binder Fearfully your paper as article headed Cattle Cut a Sleeping Child Miesed and a lot of other roguery cred Â¬ I do not know ited to James Milburn wiio your informant is but whoever it is Father Drives Haclilne Upon His Baby is a liar of the first water and the truth Concealed In tlieWheat is not in him I haye not been out of Breckenridge county for over a year and A distressing ncciilont occurred at Tob can prove it if necessary I have nevrr insport last Thursday been in the cattle steallug business and The llttlo three year old child ol Gra Â¬ have always worked for my living and ham Polk accompanied its father to the tried to be honest wheat field and while its father was cut- Â¬ Wo desire to state that James Milburn ting wheat it busied itself at piny Soon is entirely Innocent and that a man it became tired and lay down to sleep in 1b the party charged named Tom Milburn the tall wheat with the thefts The father was not aware of THE GRUEL KNIVES the childs Â¬ it The law which authorizes and controls He Was Fined Â¬ Sam Van Covey a soldier cf the erican war who lives at Skill ment The Road Inquiry Is to inquire into man was arrested at Cannelton lust Satthe facts relating to the conditions of the urday night for disorderly conduct at the public roads of the countiy to boo if the Quaker medicine show He was tried country is put in damage it jury and before a magistrate and his fine and costs cost by reason of the conditions of the amounted to 10 80 ordinary public roads to inquire as to Protracted Meeting the advantages ol roads which have been and also improved by modern method Elder Beare pastor of the Christian to gather facts as to the best method of church at SUphensport is conducting a c instruction and cost of the same The series of meetings at the old Presbyteri Â¬ t lice ib to set forth these facts by pub Â¬ an church in this city Great Interest lishing bulletins from time to time and is being manifested and much good is distributing them throughout the coun- Â¬ anticipated try The Road Inquiry is also to impart A shallow jaundiced skin is a system information and give Instructions as to the manner of construction of im- Â¬ of disordered liver as it springs from proved roads and their maintenance at biliary poisons retained in the blood cheerfulness Siate agricultural colleges and experi- Â¬ which destroy energy happiness an I life strength viiror ment stations Alter reviewing the work done by the HERB1NE will restore the natural funcMr Harrison tions of the liver National Government said Poor Potato Crop The Government officials are satitfied The potato crop in this section Is no tl at this is one of the best methods of Most of the tubers are being so well cal- Â¬ very promising imparting instruction affected by rot Some specjea of worm culated to create public sentiment for as a result read improvement and which will cause has been eating them and few sound pota Â¬ a demand for more practical and helpÂ¬ thero will be but very It also imparts Informa- Â¬ toes produced ful legislation to the present road overseers and tion Thieves at Cannelton officials and it la particularly impoitant The Bang ol thloves who plundered lu educating the young men at the ag ricuitural schools and colleges who will houses in this city and at Stephensport in time tako charge of the construction got in their work at Cannolton last week and maintenance of public roads to do and stole a number of articles from Charles Sheldon of that city the work In an intelligent way Spanish-AmÂ¬ Â¬ the office of Road Inquiry of the Nation Â¬ al Department of Agriculture makes it very clear that it was the intention of congress that this office shall be a part o the education force of that depart- whereabouts and in making the rounds Have R eclved Orders of the field with his binder tho knives James Caldwell ol laducah ni rived of the machine ran up on tho child aud in the city Tliurs lay and was the gut st of cut six ugly wounds on its lege Caldwell and The agonizing cries of the child warned Roscoe Severe Messrs S vers have oth beeu ordered by the the father who stopped the machine in time to save its lile government to report at Baltimore Md Dr Simons ot this city was called and where they will join the party that will It was neces Â¬ make a geodedlc survey of the Phllli h dressed the wound sary to sew the cuts up an 1 the little one pines underwent great suffering Indian Relics Eilutulu Tour lliiwula Willi CnncaroU While Joe Lu Heist was taking a Candy Catlmrtlc euro constipation forovor short cruise up the river the other day 10c U5c If C C O rail ilrup gists velum money be found a place where a large section ol STRANGE DISEASE the bank had caved in He made an examination and found a ftw arrow heads and two stone ornaments of pecul- Â¬ Killing nules In This and Hancock County iar shape that were relics of the stone age A strange disease is affecting mules in this and Hancock counties The animals first become alllicted with a colic aud then go into spasms which always prove fatal Some very valuable animals have succumbed to tho disease at Pellville BASKET DINNER Chief Feature of Church Dedication at Antioch The new Antioch M E Church South in the south eastern portion of this coun- Â¬ ty is to be dedicated Sunday July Hi The pastor W R Wogouer announc- Â¬ es that a basket dluner will be held on the grounds and thatspecial services will be held Truths Tersely Told is a safe sure remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Dis Â¬ 50o A R Fisher ease Guaranteed Clovorport E A Witt Hardinsburg Foleys Kidney Cure Large Shipments The emptying of the great grain elevators of the West and the immense shipments of corn and wheat to the sea- Â¬ board has greatly stimulated freight business on the L E k St L railroad For several weeks past extra trains have been ruuningmid tlio crews have been worked pretty hard The grain ship Â¬ ments are eatlierthan usual this year Brighter Outlook The prospects for a good apple crop UKBOLimONS this fall are brighter than they appeared Masonry Completed 1 Resolved That we appreciate the a month or bo ago The orchards around The brick work on the handsome new Holt are full of promise of more than an Hon James Wil Â¬ services rendered by son Secretary of Agriculture through building to bo occupied by Hestou Wil averaue crop Co has been completed and It the Riad Inquiry office in sending an 11b expert on roads to construct a ample looks as though the edifice will bo ready BLOOD CURE SENT FREE road on the grounds of one of our State for occupancy early in August iiBtitutions and that the object lesson A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Epie One D ath tl us afforded has proved of great benefit mj Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Joe Roland eoventy year of age is to the movement In favor of good roads Cancer Eto the only victim thui lar of the smal px If you 2 That we endorsu tho Oommi slon patent meill hv tried rupjrilUi old He died Thms clues and doctored and Hill have persistent er of Agriculture in making road im Â¬ scouige at Rjckport twenty sores pimpes d stresiinfr e upllom ol the skin cases in the arms or Ugt itchm sensation lrjritatiti km provement a feature of Farmers Insti Â¬ day There are now1 troubles vcieou scrofula ulcers coniuglous blood tutes and recommend that this work be town poison lever sores inercuUI rheumatism catarrh boll Uce coveted with little sores cancer or any coutinued during the coming seawn blood tsinj then give H 11 II a tiUlbfcanso 11 A Boy Is mad for Just s ich II II Ilntanlc lllood Hal 3 That the forinttiou ol couuty agri Â¬ ca ts and it cures to stay cured thos stubborn Dr Smith reports the arrival of a floe blond diseases that other milder adicines tail even cultural societies la for too best Inteteit All abpte named troubles arc evidence to benellt b Ly boy at ttie home of Mr and Airs of the 8tate and that road Improvement rf bid illieaied blood in the body and tl II II Andrew Connell near this clly Tile cures because it farces all the poison or impurity or pail best be promoted by having these entire llod humors out of the body bones andto cure sjs Thursday we tern Torvuiovc alldubl of Its power societies uld and prompte the work of llttlo one came offer to send to any sutteicru sample boluYbf tl II road impiovement H II U is an old wellUilvit II absolutely free Not aullty remedy hence we know that It cuitao stay cured 4 Resnlynl That James Thompson yeara ago the John Shaw who lives near Pellville for day people cured by fl II IIImpurities are well S Cannop Midway W and free from all blood to ot Lousvil was tried on a charge of killing hogs be Â¬ Caaoer Bleeding Eating Sorei Kv John Dunham John G B Hall MidwnyJIH Ky aqdO M Iniifl longing to another last week He yu Cancer ul Nose lip Ire ear or neck eiternt1 or Internal cshrer bleeding eating sores are all Croppers Ky be a committee to exam acquitted cured by II II II the most powerful blood purl in the roa laws of this state and to In Â¬ fler made All druggists sell U B 11 at f I per Write for trial bottle and sample large bottle vestigate road laws in operation in other bottle of II It 11 will be seat by return tasil Â¬ etutes with a view of obtaining informa 1M EM YOU HlH Always Address BLOOD UA1M all charges piepald Smith tion that mpy be necessary in suggesting CO jis Mitchell SU Allaata Oa Describe youi LJJ-l-- M symptoms aad free personal medical sdilce will IH amendments to our road laws that will MfUtlN U given 4H advance the good road movement J 4 o SVOXiXA SJwZftW BRECKENRIDGE 10 D NEWS BRICK AND From Bowling Green Special Bowling Green Juno 10 1KIKI Dkah fnc May wo havo just a little space in the Nkwb We do not want to tell the Breckenridge peoplo what we are doing but we want to give thorn a few items that will be of general interÂ¬ est at least we hope to tell them about some things that occur in the far oil county of Warren that they do not hear of oftener than once each week Wo might speak ol the crops Jjut as we have heeu in the country ho little we fear our meager knowledge would not be interesting to tho farmers hut we know all are interested in the coming elections Everyone wants to know who will be our next Governor We meet men ev Â¬ ery day who say they know but wo can- Â¬ not decide whether it will be Goebel Stone or Hardin Whon Goebel spoke here a few months ago there were plenty ol men ready to swear by hm A fow weeks af Â¬ terward Hardin came along and by his matchless oratorical power took the city and county by storm We had been reading about Stone and Hardin roasting each other but did not fully understand the meaning of a roast until Mr Stone came along a few days ago and told us about how it was done He gave Mr Hardin a rubbing down and then told us why he wanted to be Governor His last named reason was as follows When I was severely wounded during the civil war and all was dark and gloomy before rae I was nursed back to Ufa and health by a beautiful Kentucky girl After tho war was over and peace had spread her protecting wings over tho country I went back to this girl and asked her to share lifes joya and sorrows with me She consented and now I waqt to reach up to the topmost bough of the tree of fame and pluck the crown of the Gov- Â¬ ernorship and lay it as a tribute at the feet of her who has done bo much ior me Now while we love Mr Stone and Mr Goebel we would be glad to seo P Wat Hardins name in the future list of Ken tucks ex Governors Now just a word about the schools The city of Bowling Green is paving homage to the pupils of the different schools just now Commencement ex ercises are in full blast This morning the commencement sermon was preached by Rev Dr Woods of Nashville It was an excellent sermon full of good ad- Â¬ vice and encourgement to young people On Wednesday morning next Bishop Dudley is expected to lecture to the students of Potter college Not In the least behind Potter college is the Southern Normal school and Bow Â¬ ling Green Business colltg On Tues Â¬ day night next Col Georgo W Bain of Lexington will lecture to the business college students and on Thursday night Col Henry Watterson will address the Normal students Besides these attrac- Â¬ tions there will be several class entertainments We have taken more space already then was at first intended so with best wiihes for the Nkhs and its leaiers we are truly your friend Sidney Owen Â¬ Â¬ 4 V 0 BtMgi Edlton and PriprUtn JUNK 21 ASPHALT Every Day a Every Month LOOKS Poor clothes cannot make you look old liven pale checks wont do it Your household cores may be heavy and disappoint- Â¬ ments may be deep but they cannot make you look old WEUNK8DAY IBtt The City of Owcnsboro Passes SIX PAGES An Ordinance For Brick And Asphalt Streets CAKDS OF THANKS rtrSrtllie tkirjcfj font 1st rte f 10 tali ftr Hit OBITUARIES eksrj eJ fr at lh ratt f 6 mil fr Ilia MQW IN ADVANCE The Kentucky Product Uetn a Show ing Â¬ Shows a steady and healthy increase in our business which goes to show that the good people of Breckenridge and neighboring counties are ap- Â¬ preciating our efforts to give them all the Newest Brightest and Best Goods at the Lowest Prices ever named in this locality 1 A 1REAT OFFER Farm Journal From Now to Decern ber 1903 Nearly Five Years By special arrangement made with the publishers of the Farm Journal we nte enabled to offer that paper to every sub Bcriber who pays or the Brkckknuidoic News one year ahead lor onlvl both papers for the ptice of ours only our paper one year and the Farm Journal from now to December 10011 nearly five years The Farm Journal is an old established paper enjoying great popu hrity one of the best and most useful farm papers published JGyThis offer should be accepted without delay AN INJUNCTION Restrains the Court From Taking Int msdlate Action The case agaiuBt D M Matthews 0 0 Miller and Win Mitchell members of the board of trustees of the Fordaville Graded Common School District charged with malfeasance and neglect of duty while in olllse was set for ten oclock Thursday at Hartford at which time the defendants through their attorneys IliuiEO and Uteiin tiled in Circuit Court an injunction suit and caused to be is sued a restraining order which delays the matter until further action of the court The defendant the County Su- Â¬ perintendent will file answer to the suit and appear before Circuit Court now in session at Offensboro and ask that the restraining order be revoked TWO BAD DOQS And Dick Mays Cows are Legislated Against The Hardinsburg city council evident Â¬ ly believes in class legislation At a recent meeting of that boJy it de aided that the dogs belonging to Dr Button and Capt Lennin were nuis Â¬ ances Both doga are born scrappers and every time they meet they have a fearful fight This determined the council to fix their hash so an ordinance was passed pro Â¬ hibiting the two dogs the use of any part of the streets or sidewalks of that city An ordinance was also passed prohibiting the belling of Dick Mays cow Â¬ IN TROUBLE A The Otvoniboro Messenger bays The council took another start In the matter of improved streets at the meeting last night and an ordinance for the paving of Main with vitrlfbd brick and Fred er Â¬ ica with asphalt were given their first passage but not without a very spirited discussion by attorneys of asphalt con- Â¬ cerns Tiie new ordinance providing for the paving of Frederic street with as Â¬ phalt was read by the clerk If Kentuc ky rock asphalt is used no binder is to used but the concrete bed upon which the asphalt surface 1b to be plared must be of such thickness as to make the completed street of the same thickness of a street made with asphalts with which binders ard used Capt E lis was present as the attorney for the Barber Asphalt company and he objected to the ordinance because it required the rock asphalt people to make a street only 3 inches thick and other asphalts OJ inches it was true that the ordinance said the rock asphal aunt be inches hut the specifications only provided for a street eight inches thick It shut out compe Â¬ tition and invited injunction suits lie said that all bis company asked was fair play Col J D Poweiu was present and as the representative of the rock asphalt people he taid that under the ordinance the rock asphalt peopb would have to make a foundation 7 inches and a wear iugsurfaue two inches but Mr Ellis continued to contend that tin rock asÂ¬ phalt people could not be required to build a street more than eight inches thick and Mr Wathen city attorney changed the specifications to read a foundation 7J inches thick and a wear- Â¬ ing surface two inches thick which would make a street of buuio thicknesias required of other asphaltaMr Ellis ob Â¬ jected to the ordinance as modified be Â¬ cause the binder to be used by the Bar- Â¬ ber people was made partly of asphalt aad if the council would allow his com- Â¬ pany to make a foundation 7 inches concrete and two inches of asphalt wear- Â¬ ing surface he had no more to say as it put all companies on equal footing Councilman Owen fcaid the Barber peo- Â¬ ple had tolJ various members of the council more than once that a success- Â¬ ful street could not be made of Trinidad asphalt without a binder The mayor called for the vote on the ordinance and the vote was nine for the ordinance to one Mr Cosby against it The ordinance providiug for the pav Â¬ ing of M tin street from Triplitt was read and receiveJ its first passage by a unanimous vote Â¬ LADIES HOSE Ladies and Gents Mens Sox TV One thing does it and never fails v It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair S 10c UUi ported hose Jim A 5c 8c For Fast black 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the roll call the meeting was a decided success in every particular The Ml Merino1 homestead is an ideal place of rendezvous for either social or literary gatherings Mrs Wathen is a charming hostess and in this instance she was particularly fortunate in having the assistance as entertainers of Mrs E F Wathen and Mrs Elizi Jolly two InviNQTON Kv Traveling Frank Culver Han Faces a Serious Charge ho represents a Chi Â¬ cago picture enlarging il ui was arrested at Fordsville Saturday on a charge of detaining a woman against her will The victim was Mrs Brooks a respecta- Â¬ Culver was tried ble Fordsville widow in the police court and was held over to await the action of the grand jury Attended the Convention Maater Mechanic PI ink has just re turned from the Master Mechanics and Master Car Builders Convention which was held at Old Point Comfort Va last week Tne convention was held for the purpMj of discussing wayt and means of improving the mechanical methods in vogue at the railroad shops A number of new inventions were submitted for the consideration of the delegates Â¬ A Dangerous Practice At nearly every station along the CONVERTED Henderson Route the dangeroui prac- Â¬ tice of jumping on and off moving trains Capt Rowland Now Favors a Stock is indulged in There is a severe liw Law against this and all oill jera should see that it is strictly enforced Several boys The absence of a stock law compelling have already been hurt and to prevent further accidents the officers should ar the owners of cows to keep them up at night is causing a great deal of trouble rest every person guilty of this practice One night last week a sneak thief oper- Â¬ ated on lower Wall street He left the Large Train gates to the front yards he entered open What was undoubtedly the largest and aa a result every cow in the city freight train that ever passed over the pastured in the lawns that night and Henderson Route since it was built the garJens were all torn up went oyer it last Saturday The train The gate to Capt Rowlands yard was was made up of twenty four loads and left open last Friday night and the cows ten emptier entered and destroyed all the Captains There were two car loads of silk goods grapes It is rumored that the Captain The train was a double header being yoted against the stock law in the past pulled by two engines but he is now an ardent advocate of such a measure Will OoToCannelton Local bicyclists liayo formed a party to OoTo Hardinsburg wheel to Cannelton Monday They are MisjcsKlizibethSklllman Mamie White The following members of the MasonFlorence Cottiell Nellie Grtgory and ic Lodge weut to Hardinsburg Monday Jennie WarfielJ They will be accom- Â¬ evening to assist the loJgi of that placa in some special work Frank Haswell panied by Mr Hoy Heyser J F Perry James Mattingly Charles Llbhon Scott Vance II L Oelzj Charley Fiend Oullty to the Charge Moorman A L Adams Chas May Sr William Riioioj and Blon Walter colored were before Judice Skillman F N DHuy Chas and James K Skill They haJ been jumping off man K II K rckel J II Rowland John yesterday of moving trains They plead guilty to Shouse Frank Payne II 0 Oerf H L Hinder and A L Oez the charge and were fined 350 each Cost of Bad Roads plain practical farmer Julius Deutschke has discovered that the pres Â¬ ent system of dirt roads in Meade and Breckenridga counties are robbing the farmers Not bug ago he had occasion to drive through Meade county He drove from Wolf Creek to Preston a distance of twenty four miles and it took him three days to make the trip It cost him just exactly six dollars per day to travel three days over twenty four miles of Meade county roads leaving Prejtou he went to Beaver Hill in Breckenridge county Here ho found the roads had been worked and he made the trip in twenty five minutes He drove as far in one day in Brecken ridge county as he did in three days in Meade county This is one of the most potent argu Â¬ ments in favor of good roads It shows that bad roads eat up the profits of the farmer in excessive transportation charges A FINE RECORD Henderson Route Equal to Any mand riadc Upon it De- Â¬ In addition to their regular business the Henderson Route handled 1000 cars of extra freight this month The bulk of thiB traffic came from the West and consisted of grain The Henderson Route is one c f tho best equipped of the smaller railroads in tho country and when it is considered that all went through on schedule time and without delays or accidont the road is to1e congratulated on its superb man Â¬ agement Gus Shellman Improving ST JosKlfls iNFinilAKY Louisville Ky June 18 09 Editou Bkeckknicidue News I wish to say a few words to our friends My husband who is here under treatment for appendicitis is doing well Never had any trouble with the operation but he was deathly sick for three days and nights from the chloroform Ho is over that now and doing well The doctor says he will be able to go home jn about a week We thank oveiyone for kind ness Bhown us and especially Mr J O Cunningham who visited us every day often twice aday With love to our friends Mas Gus SliELLMAN Â¬ That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands ol sufferers have proved their lnatculess merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pureblood aud strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cts Money back it not cured Sold by Short Waynes Druggists IRVINGTON We want to purchase 5000 worth of Give us a call E II SUKLMAN Co Dr Rial the dentist will be in Irving ton on bis regular monthlytrlp Wednes Â¬ day and Thursday June -- let and 22nd and can be consulted at Shelman Cos All work guaranteed lien notes Sent To The Infirmary Hiram Dontt the bridge carpenter who was hurt white jumping odT a mov Â¬ ing train at Irvington last week was re- Â¬ moved to the infirmary at Louisville where will be treated at the expense of the railroad wwwwwwwwvwywK 22 A Good Man Gone II W West a prominent cltizjn of the colds I summerhnnrlnr nn are noted for They weaken your throat and lungs and lead to serious trouble Dont trifle with them Take Scotts Emulsloij at once It soothes healq and cures Union Star neighborhood died May 12 He was a consistent member of the Bap Â¬ tist church lie lias been an Invalid for over 40 years Rev J O Argabrlabt conducted the funeral Ills remains were put to rest In the Walnut Giore cemetry HENRY KOEI1LER COrlPANY The following is a very bright letter Mrs Minor of Addison received from her grandson a few days ago He Is ten years old Mama and I trot Dkar Guandma home from Washington day before yes- Â¬ terday and I thought you would like to hear about my trip We had a fino time Well we took the sleeper at 8 oclock at night and when we awoke up in the morning we were in the Allegheny mountains and at 4 oclock in the even- Â¬ ing we were crossing the Potomac river in sicht of Washington city and there most estimable ladies whose presence cousin Edd met us at the train would grace any occasion Well first we went to the Capitol Answer to roll call was French Celeb- Â¬ Stutuarv Hall It la full of large paint Â¬ rities and Victor Hugo Daudet George ings and statuary Every state has the Sand and others were discussed at some right to put the statue of two of her length The routine of regular club great men In this lovely room and most work was gone through various French of them have but old Kentucky dont topics discussed and the afternoon show up a little bit as there are none of passed all too swiftly our great men in there 1 am sorry for In view of the fact that matters of im- Â¬ this portance demanded immediate action There is a picture in there of Colum- the President deemed it expedient to dus discovering America and the In Â¬ meet again at an early date and the dians selling land for beads and a beau- Â¬ Invitation from Mrs Richard Wrather tiful picture of Pocahontas being baptized was accepted for June 17th you know grandma that is tho same And oh that eventful day while the Pocahontas that saved John Smiths life Bolons and voters of the surrounding and over head in the dome is a picture country were at the county seat vocifer- Â¬ the man was thirty years painting it and ating for their favorite candidate the then died just before he finished it The ladies of the Club spent a most delight Presidents room is said to be the ful afternoon with Mrs Wrather pretties in the Capitol President Mc Answer to roll call was French Cur Â¬ Kinloy has been in five times so the it rent Events and each member came guide said You see a picture or statue equipped with bright and pregnant of Washington in most every room items of interest from Sunnle France We went to the Treasury and bereaou Magazine articles were taken up and of engraving and painting We saw dh cuBsed the French Academy and the them making paper money and stamps French system of education coming in of all kinds and saw a 10000 bill the for a full sharo of notice largest bill in the world that is made The Misses Munford extended an in- Â¬ and saw them cut up old money in a vitation to the Club to meet with them machine and in the vaults they haye on June 28tb and the following pro 150000000 silver dollars and over 3000 gram was arranged for the occasion 000 dollars In gold money These vaults Opening Chords Marsellaiae Hymn have never been opened since the war Roll Call French music sculpture began with Spain The guide said they and painting were afraid a Spanish sympathizer Literary Salad would throw a bomb into it Conversation Each member contrib- Â¬ We went to Mount Vernon and saw ute an Item on French women the bed that Washington died in and who haye most Impressed me his Bible in a chair near It We saw a Circle History of the Year by Mrs a sword bo save his nephew and written Walter PlRgott on it is do what is right and fear no Hours 200 till 000 p m man7 Wo saw the old coach - that A feature whicii redounds to the In- Â¬ Washington rode in and the tomb of terest of the members of the Fortnightly Washington and his wife I put ma Â¬ is the untiring real and zst which they mas parasol in and got some pebbles manifest in seeking means to add to the from under the coffin Intellectual pleasure of the community We went to the Presidents reception A rare treat is In store fpr all in the at the White House shook lectnre to be given under tho auspices of with him and said HowI do you hands do Mc tho Club by Miss Josophine Danforth of Klnley I was in such a hurry I forgot Louisville on Spanish Art The date to Bay Mr but it made no difference chosen 1b June 23rd commencing at with him for he waa glad to see me 230 p m As Miss Danforth is an edu-Â¬ and dont you think it was in the paper cator and lecturer of mora than local re Â¬ next morning but I was giad they did nown her coming will mark quite an era not know my name in the annals of the Club and the hop t We went to tho Methodist church is entertained that she will be greeted where McKluley goes and he looked by a full boise The lecture will be mighty grand and fat He Bang when hold in Irving on College and the door the people sang and prayed when they is open to all who appreciate the good prayed We went to tho zoo and art and beautiful In art Messrs Editors the ladles of the gallery Smithsonian Institute Botanical Circle extend to you a most cordial inÂ¬ garden and library this is said to bo the vitation to come up and enjoy this in- Â¬ finest building in the world I believe tellectual treat there IsgoTd enough In It to build ten steamboats We walked to the top of At Alt Sterling Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller of Sample Washingtons monument 665 feet and and Rev W B Rutlndge of this city came down on the elevator It would left for Mt Sterling Ky last Friday to take me a year grandma to tell you attend tho general association of the everything I saw in the two weeks The guides were very kind to answer my Baptist church questions which were nof very few My love to all All of you come to see us Your lovlDggrandaon FARM JOURNAL Is your paper made for you and not a misfit It Is n yeara old it Is the great boiled down Farm mil Hnliirbnld paper in the world the biggest paper of its sise in the United States of America having over a million and a half regular readers Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL of 1899 J0 YEARS remainder DOLLAR 1500 1901 90a and 1903 will be sent by mall any address for A BILL Sample of FARM JOURNAL and circular describing B1QQLB BOOKS free CHAS UILMER ATKINSON JENKINS f Address PARK JOURNAL PniLADsxrniA About Thomas Jefferson As this is commencement season all over the State and in our own town we naturally discuss and think of education- Â¬ al matters and I am reminded that I haye in my possession Historical Sketches of Statesmen Who Lived In the Time of George III to which are added remarks on the French Revolu- Â¬ tion by Henry Lord Brougham F R S published in 1814 The book was stud Â¬ ied by my father W G Beall at college Thomas Jefferson figures in these leaves and allow me to quote right here a few paragraphs from the pagea of thia book about this much misrepre- Â¬ sented statesman of American Democra- Â¬ cy One of the very beat that m9t my eyes and engaged my attention was this paragraph Thomas Jefferson never removed an adversary because his own partisans required it or retained ono be cause his enemies threatened to assail him but pursued his own course regard- Â¬ less of the taunts from one party or the importunity of the other Jefferson did not escape abuse but he lived to see justice done him and the course of his administration approved Isnt it prof- Â¬ itable to consider such an example at this day The man who suffers himself to be seduced or deterred from the path of duty does not rule but usurps the place of others He pretends to guide but only follows Another wise sentence be uttered Congress errs in too much talking Dont we know now that a Congressman usually questions everything yields nothing and talks by the hour Jtflirson in these pages is lauded for furthering whatever might tend tp re Hgloua liberty His plan for planting of elementary schools to educate the whole people ind of establishing colletpa for the middle classes and an university for the higher branches of learniug was fated we all know to great delay but was partially and linally wholly adoptÂ¬ ed bv tho Virginia legislature Abont the grandest move this man of extraordinary capacity accomplished without the attributes of g Washington or the genius of a FrRkJn was to abroÂ¬ gate the law of primogeniture Thoef feet of the change was great and today Iiqw thankful we are mens dlsposl tlon 0 their property still follows this legal provision The Idea nowrepng nafltVo im Africans I o making an eldest son our WerJ ihU Uw has Increased along the covifeurof line the number ot well ntjiiSpiif It has assisted id di8clW3Kwhicb a hundred years ago rre m to soupd a name from south or north of the union But I notice then aa now la disposition even among the friend o f liberty to undervalue this Great Repub- Â¬ lic and to grudgo her extraordinary suc- Â¬ cess and then as now some took pecul- Â¬ iar delight in fortelling her dismember- Â¬ ment and her downfall Those days were perilous and perplexing as now The old Bhlp was less prepared for des Â¬ perate extremities though than now nxcept perhaps in the men that steered They had fewer desertions of leaders But to day we have patriotic wise states Â¬ men of sound principal in each party but alas bo divided Ill never believe the American people are a calculating people who fight not for glory but plun dor I will not acknowledge that they are a set of braggadocios and that our public men must become generally de-Â¬ based politically to Bucceed It is no more true now than in 1782 when Jefferson was chosen to represent Vir- Â¬ ginia in Congress Nor in 181 Now just as then all Statesmen all true Americans want the equality of political rights the foundation of pure republi canism Acquisitions then didnt pre vent and will not now or oyer will Plant the American flag I Let it furl I Brandenburg Correspondent WANT A NEW ROAD Property Owners Have Offered a Eight of Way The property owners along the road leading to Holt are clamoring or a nap road With this end In view they have off ered to donate to the county the right of way for a now highway As the prtaenfroad is Impassablo the eosjHty court should consider both the daiina and the offer and act favorably upon tbem FARMS FOR SA IaE 2 1 tat 2 Mile FrodT GartafcL 139 ACRES Large Examination Forty eight teachers were before the county Superintendent to be examined last Saturday This la the largwt nam ber that has appeared for a like purpose or tome time I mmmmmmm S0eadt AlldruuUts k 5 For Infants and Children Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky In yite correspondence with Mllhtnen who Tin KM Ym Hiyi Always Iwtft have lumber for sale They buy poplar and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or greou Write them Signature of CASTOR I A William B jlobo 9 OStjfMit WHEN DOES YOUR SUB Â¬ SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS KXP1RJ3 M a juiaojoBtjWB For lWfawr itormitfoi W pty t Thiaj Qof HerlDwc lndcbtttp to1 fmO - - W i 1 l mm9mmmmMmmmmw f fiWPIWPWPPWfllf fH IWI wv J UF f i syT j5 ll1 hmh t55TTF5 IP INI1 mIUWlf5V Ufa TTT imeirV - rv9rwnj7 w p l y ILt - IDLE W IN THE WALL u HOT PRICES FOR HOT WEATHER As the ill be the Scene of a Big Man Hunt Rob- - w3l LyRestless Adventurer Will Trail bersand Cutthroat Temperature Goes Up SHOES Nice lino of Sumiricr Weight A FULL LINE OF Wo have a few tS 1 of Itsdeftpernte inhabitants fbe roboore UA by Laugh Jing8am Carey who looted tbo Union c Pjclfid express nt Rock Creek recnly are to bo systematically bunted in their hiding places For tliia nurpoao the rall- rjroad mauag iraarc orgtulzl gpos3s Frob- aly 200 men will b engaged in tho big manhunt All tho daring restless char rsctam of ttm frnntInr wh lm mnnov can empioy win nenireu anu it is noumproD ablo that Botne reformed ou Uwb who T have tnoro than once held up treasure coaches and express trains will be among those engaged in the round up of this bandits band The State express aid railroad companion hava ofTred an ag gregato of 3000 each for the members of tho band The various parties of man hunters will b accompanied by Indian trailers bloodhounds and pack trains Tne men aro all to be sworn in as depuy sheriffs and will be in chargj of tho oiTi core of the several counties in northwest Â¬ ern Wyoming The end of the outlaw reign in the Hole in the Wall country seems thoref ce very nearly in sight The Hole in the Wall is a bundle of contradiction Its area is fi ty square miles but less than half of that Bpace is habitable by man It is bounded on tbewestbr theplctureeque mountains of nfUowstone park on the uoitti by the I wildest part of Montana on tho east by the highest peaks of the Big Horn raoili- tains and on the south by a solid wall of granite running diagouilly across the State from tho Powder River rang into the Little Big Horn chain From this natural barrier the Holo in the Wall takes i i kt iu unuio vuiy uBiugio piss a gprge bo narrow that two horses cannot walk abreast is the gateway into the Hole m mere are patns over tne granite wall lor m men but not for b lasts pxrtant r r- - nnrhnnn r the mountain sheep Leading in from Montana there are two or three obscure trails but they are known to only a few trailers and Indian lighters The man hunters will avail themuelvnsof all these known trails and some small parties will be sent along the granite wall to look for new fissures through which to pasi into the valley of the Hole in the Wall The six daring road eg mts who looted the Union Pacific Btrong box will not oppose their pursuers aloue Is is taken for granted that most of if not all the desperate characters who make their horns in the Hole will help them They are all in the same b lat It is estimated that at ljB8tfifty outlaws for whose arÂ¬ rest rewards ffttr offered- - art ta be found hiding here Some of them are farmers andranchers and only seek to hide their identity Many of these men are coi vlcted criminals and some of thorn are under sentence of death It is common lv said that Bob Tavlor the condemned wtlswuri murderer is Jiving there herd-I-icattle for another mnrdornr flonma ----O 19 E J5aik wuo killed nis wife at Caeyenne Laughing Sam Carey is one of the best known outlaw leaders in the West For years he has defied pursuit and robbed and murdered through South Dakota Wyoming and Montane He is the only survivor of the old oand that raided troasuro laden coaches returning to the State from the rich mines aiound Dead wood in its palmy days He has the name of having stolen moro g ld in his time than any other bandit Ha robb id dozens of stage coaches of the Wells Fargo Company in the early dayjand was His band has been wiped never caught out a dozen timesbut his skill and daring have always attracted to him other des Â¬ perate characters Laughing Sam gets his name from a great scar on his face that gives him the appearanc of smiling at all tlmps It was his hand that rodo in 4o Speatfhh S D a few years ag and robbed the bink while fi thing the entire town The band was wiped out on this occasion bat the leader escaped and rallied new njenfrom the Hoo in the Wall Pall likely to be oIhauhwI now p Jnao l Tho tIo1a n that natural refugi of outlaws is Wyo r 49c CLOTltlHG Our Prices Come Down 350 SHELMAN Kentucky Editors The annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association for 1899 will doubtless be one of the best in the history of the orgatzation and tho trip to Petoaky will be most delightful Mr R E M irnlngstar Secretary of the association has issued tho following an Â¬ nouncement The Kentucky Press Association will hold its thirtieth annual meeting at Hen- Â¬ derson Ky July 11 and 12 1809 and at the close of the meeting will depart or Ptosky Mich The entire trip will oc cupy one week All newspapers which have paid dues for 1890 1897 and 1898 are now members and these papers should send to the Secretary 2 in payment for 1899 dues and L for each year they are in arrears since 1890 This should be attended to at once Papers wishing to become memeers must send 5 admission fee and 2 for an- Â¬ nual dues to the Secretary before Juno Â¬ to 400 TO 700 Dry Goods and Notions Suitnblo fur tho scanon is kept on hand to gratify the tastes of tho moat oxacting shopper HATS loft in our Millinery Department and as tho season has almost closed wo aro selling them Tinware uaraware Groceries and S Queensware at PER SUIT AT COST Lowest Prices 1 s ni --- ---- Mr Caldwell Norton of Louisville Ky claimea tho honor of owning the champ Â¬ ion Berkshire boar elx and under twelve months of ae exhibited at tho fairs of 07 Mr Norton is eutited to the honor of having bred tho boar referred to above which places him in tho front rank of successful breeders The boar In ques tion is named Headlight Jr 43099 sired by imported Headlight 3 1038 bred by N UmjifWd Mtombe England dam Maud 35274 by John Stewart 27408 A partial list of tho prize awarded Headlight Jr 43099 in 1897 has been puhlehed but at tun request of interested partios a revised list of premiums is given as follows first in class Lawreuceburg Ky first in class and swuepUakea Ken- Â¬ tucky Stato Fair at Shelbyvilte Ky first In class Oikaloosa la first in class Iowa State Fair Des Moines first in class Neb Â¬ raska State Fair Oiniha second in clats Ohio State Fair at Columbus second in class at great St Louis Fair headed the winning young hord at Oskaloosa Iowa Iowa State Fair Nebraska State Fair und St Louis Fair He was oue of four head of swine the get of oue boar atOskaloaaa fowa Des Moines Iowa and St Louis Headlight Jr 43999 wai exhibited suc cessfully in sixteen shows winning 12 ll 8t priz s 1 sweepatakes and 2 second piizes and only once did ho fail to share in a money made his great record at Stato Fairs and that with the exception of one County Fair his winnings were secured against hot competition at prominent fairs where he was pitted against the beat breeders and the best Berkshirea that have heretofore been exhibited in the United States Mr Caldwtll Norton has made a nat ional reputation for the Eigewood herd of Berkshirea Mr Norton started out to get to the top as a breeder of first class UerkshireB by buying the tops of the lead Â¬ ing herds as the foundation of the Edge- wood herd- - This gentleman baa demon strated his ability to breed prizi winners by the successful exhibits of Berkshirea of his breeding made the past season at the State Falrp of Ohio Nebraska Ken- Â¬ tucky Iowa and the great St Louis Fair and other well known fairs The Edge wood herd c5n supply you with piss that will make priz winners and breeders desiring Berkshirea of qual- Â¬ ity and up to date brooding will make no mistake in ordering from Mr Caldwell Norton lauisvlle Ky Â¬ Â¬ saaaaaaaAAAMAAA000009wWwVwI HfiMMMIttitlOfHtlifHIHiilWUfititi IS YOUR FENCE AN EYESORE A CO IRVINGTON KY Is it an old picket Does Oreat Prize Records in AtnnoKV Farewell mother you have lelt ui For a fairer world above Where there li no pain nj tlcknesi Only peace tweet peacejnad luve Day by day we saw you filling Saw your atep grow faltering and ilow And the dear form becoming fragile And the meet voice get w ak and low Hut yet we thought you might ba tpared And prayed th tt with u you mlht stay Hut Gxl in hi wUdoin kntweth belt And from your afflictions called you away And to soon the sui mons came Which some day mutt come to us all And may tt find ut like you mother Heady ana waiting the Matters call Yet our hearts are tad and lonely And our home teems not like home Kor without your lovely pretence Dark and cheeriest it hai become W have no mother now to guide us To teach cur erring leet the way Neither hive we any father Cod has called you both away Called you Irom this world ol trouble To a home where all it bright And may He guide and protect ut And help ut ever do the right And as from youths shors wt arc borne Far oat on lifes rugged sea In all the coming scenes and changes You both will still remembered be Sb C niTaii g c f f- - it detract from - tin b auty of your lawn Are you ashamed of I T Bpantv LlclltnesS of HrrcllTV nRNAMFNPAT nnrl niMn hnniilv to nnv nlarn ltd wvl nntntq urn v- i fcvery parioi iiBirenguiBiiB Construction Strength Durability and lis Lastinu tjuallties it is butiton scientmc principles There tho other part There is no strain and ten yenri after it is put in it is as firm as it was when originally constructed are no parts to rot no parts to break It will outlast wood and is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per cent of the inoflt expensive iron fonces and beats them all in appearance The OwKfcsnoito Fencr Com What tho Kdttor Gentlemen The Williams Kencu mo c than pleases mr It Is a thine of beauty and a Joy forever It enhances the appearance of this t of my yard and discounts tho other wire and Iron fences in the citv I never got KO iter value fir my mney in mr lile Paper Savs ilelicvc me JNO I UAiIliAliK It speakB for itself Call around and see th lawn fence in front of Mr Babbagea residence CLovitnroRT Kv May 5 1899 W r M - iTniiVf ilV iiii Junius II ut If so you had bet- ter decide to have n new one put up TIKIS mWmXJLiT TJ2LS HFIEJiTOEl Is Cheapest because it is Best It is Best because it is Cheapest 25 All remittances should be made by check or postofll e money ordor Send no cash In order to arrange necessarv details for the meeting those who will g to Henderson and Petoaky should inform the Secretary at once W T BARNEIT IS AGENT Headquarters nt Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky What Shall We Do A serious and dangerous disease pre- Â¬ vails in this country dangerous because so deceptive It comes on bo slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated be- Â¬ fore we are aware of it The name of this disease which may be divided into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble indicated by pain in the back rheumatism lumbago fre Â¬ quent desire to urinate often with a burning sensation the fbw of urine be Â¬ ing copious or scant with strong odor If allowed to adavnee this reaches the Second stage or Bladder trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and water passages increasing deeire to urinate with scald- Â¬ ing sensation in pausing small quanti- Â¬ ties being passed with difficulty some- Â¬ times necessary to draw it with instru ments If uric acid or travel baa formed it will prove dangerous if neglected The Third stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Killraer the great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam- Â¬ ous for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mers Swamp Root It is Bold by all druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root a sam- Â¬ ple bottle and book of valuable informa- Â¬ tion will be sent absolutely free by mall Co on application to Dr Kilmer Binghamton N Y When writing kind- Â¬ ly mention that you saw this liberal offer iu the BreckenbidobNews We can not call you hack to us We would not if we could To this world of sin and sadness With trouble alike for bad and good But some sweet day well come to you To dwell with you forever more When were lived the life assigned us And our earthly tasks are oer Then no parting no mote sighing When weve reached that world above No more suffering nomoredying Naught but happiness joyi and love fwWWTO The Breckenridge News FOR ONE YEAR AND A Blanche U bhiloh Ky BACKACHE should never be neglected It means kidney disorder which if al- Â¬ lowed to run too long will result in Brights disease diabetes oi other serious FOLEY8 and often fatal complaints KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kid- Â¬ A R FiBher Cloverport ney disorder E A Witt Hardlnsburg We are accused in America of eating too mucbbut pbyalcians say occasionally there are instances in which tho reverse is true Young housekeepers with an allowance are often tempted to keep down the market bill by lopping off the food supply It is so easy to buy a cheap steak to do without meat for lunch and confiao the breakfast to a roll and a cup In this way she is able to of coffee save enough from the allowance to b ty pretty little articles for the house or an extra dress or a new overcoat for her huaband DoutTuUecoSpltauil Rmuke Uur 1 ire Awnf mag To quit tobacco cosily nnd forever nolle full of life nerve and Igor talto the wonder worker that makes weak men strong All druggists COo or II Cure guaran tied Dooklct and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co OUIcaso or New York Â¬ 500 Oxford Teachers Bible 33 A 190 umaA wm cuvct 5Mtsflj Q Â¬ Bad management keeps more people in poor chcumstances than any other one cause To be successful one ruuet look ahead and plan ahead bo that when a favorable opportunity presents Itself he is ready to take advantage of it A little forethought will also save much expenso and valuable time A prudent and careful man will keep a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr- Â¬ hoea Remedy 1p the house the shiftfesa fellow will wait until necessity compels it and then ruin his best hoise going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay besides one pays out 25 cents the other is out a hundred dollars and then wonders why his neighbor is getting richer while he is getting poorer For It A sale by A It Fisher Oloverport Sbellman Stephensport IBB m riAr ion Political Equals In Iceland men and women are in every The nation respect political equals which numbers about 70000 people is governed by representatives elected by men and women together Public Opin- Â¬ ion Cucumber Pickles HHbH StBBBC MBRsYavl Cucumber pickles should be gathered evory other day and everything from two to five inches long picked oil The larger fruits that have escaped the eye at form- Â¬ er pickings should be collected and sold The smaller ones are used seperately for bottling whole and the others are sliced and used in mixed pickles and chow chow Thoso who salt before sell Â¬ Mouse In a Strawberry ing should make the brine of good salt Capt F B Tnompson of Harrods free from ltme and strong enough to float burg Ky purchased eomo strawberries a potato Let them stand three or four from a huckster and on cutting pne days being sure to have a follower or open ajull grown mouse jumped out fi at over them weighted with a stone to This is thVgreatest freak the citizens of keep them under the brine They will Harrodsburg ever heard of Capt settle somewhat To have the cask full Thompson has the mouse and strawberry add pickles and brine from another cask pu exhibition It is thi largest berry put nead On and it Is ready for market brought to HarroJjburg this season measuring four inches in circumference Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough The Eagle King of All Birds and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ tors and for mediclno to no avail until I tinct vision So are those persons who usad Dr Bells This use Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for remedy makes weak lungs strong I weak eyes styes sore eyea of any kind has saved my life J B Rosell Grants or granulated lids Sold by all dealers burg 111 Pine-Tar-Hon- DRKK 250000 TTMMnir 1Mflfii CURED FOR ONLY jir The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO WECURE EMISSIONS Mti 1m mnrfi demoralizing to mlddla ftced men than the presÂ¬ They ence of these nfghtlv losses prodneo weakness nervontners a reeling nt fllffi Ami nnnlA train nf -- -- - - -- - ftvmntomt -- T Bft Xney unni a man lor Dunnes uiamnu Mo matter life and social happiness whether caused by eril habits in youth natural weakness or sexual excesses our 4 roungor mlT Hew Method Treatment win positively cure you nMfl vim tiAA1 lieln Kartr abuse or excesses may have weakened you Kxpoturo may have diseased you You cured an not safe tilt x ou run Our New Method no in will cure you NO CURE NO PAY later Lookfm Yew Mirror at 25 cents I parVllng- eyes healthy Do you ttntecltklnn awest express ton and a grace Â¬ ful form r These attractions ut the result el good health It there absent thereÂ¬ L nearly 1 way some disorder of the dis tinctly femlnlno organs present Healthy taeos trual organ mean health and beauty - everywhere MoLREES tbo root of all their WtooofGardui auka It strikes waaaen beantlful and healthv v Had a Hot Time A lady is showing a visitor tho family portraits in a picture gallery That pffi rer there In the uniform she sayjw8B He was as my brave abb lion but one of the most unfor tluato pf men He never fought a battl i I a which he did not have an arm or leg Then she adds proudly carried away He look part iu twenty four engage nenu W3llsilirfKlvi2 Hardly a day passes in families where erdar adM or pain which it will pot cm tier ar children in which IULLAUDS xor iao ouuuinrgiri mo jew Cured When Others Failed mmt SM ud the matron arinroachlnp If BNOVv LIUINENT is not needed Ik flhisafi ef life At every trying 8 A IuGalU Crown Point N Y quickly cures Guts Wounds BrulsB aaiit fta m wnmanU lifn 4r hrfnrr kidney h ilttL stiiHgth and happiness t J turns and Scalds Price 25 and 60 eta writes My wife suffered from several trouble for years She consulted FJsoor dealers A It phydlclans and tried a number ol Kid sympjoms Sfcsmcd nay Cures without setting rrllef She Advisocv Department I IThs QMtssooga Medicla Co Chat- Confirmed drunkard are shamed into was luduced to try Foleys Kidney Cure began Mean r4ermtloa in naany of the towns of the and in lees than a week after she Oeuvllle XXWI8f M monthly AMUne BspHblta by bolng compelled using it she was greatly improved and iutle4 NsHsm W rr R Fisher im IBMI T iwiiipH r mwm sr wiM to virW tho stmts fcr ht dys each three bottles cured 1 9aL53w fm Krssu4 fer aisxkation Cloyerport E A Witt Hardineburg il tisM liMY r Learning Better Tham Money Senator W M Edwards one of our greatest statesmen said I would rather bo a learned man than a wealthy one AuU I think that knowledge gives one a greater position too I wouldnt tike ail the wealth in the world for the pleas- Â¬ ure my knowledge of some things has glv en me Think of me now My studies If I were weal are my only recreations thy and unabld to appreciate books or art I would be a moat miserable man None ia moro to be pitied in this world than the man who is ignorant 250000 CURED nd haani nerroai irritable and ex- XOU pocoino iuriouui iiiuiuw and despondent blotche and pimplei form and downcast countenanoo reveal the blight of your existence Cliauio No matter how lerlous your case may be or how lonir ou may have had It our will NfcW MKTHOD THEATMMNX cure it Ihe wormy veins return to their normal condition and hence thb sexual organs receive proper nourisu menu tne organs oeeome viiauteu uu unnatural drains or loios ceaie ejiil Mo temporary manlr powers return benefit but permanent en re assured WECURE VARICOCELE The Bible is one of the best editions ever printed It has a concordance a bible history maps and indexed It is bound in full morocco A years subscription to the Breck- Â¬ enridge News and a 500 Bible for 250 i It is an unparalleled premium offer 250 S3 W We SHEA HV Ill If IK euro WlOTKNtA MtQNS vsiitfvuttfrM m Ml TION FllOHUUBINESS treat and CURES GUARANTEED OIVH KT BTKItmiHK ssVmadkln llies WOKS IllMB unable to call wrltoJ UliANK for HUiia TRUATMUNf m NKV diseases ms hummrm m 01 NHUIjTATIUN DRS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY ljnsBBKri KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W nnra herA FOURTH ST O OlMOIHMATI mMmmmmmmSM a lL iwftsSsfiSSHffljPWESWtK WHEBEsfi T PffiHWHHHHBIHIIIIBHIiHiVIWHiBKK COLD HIGHEST GENTS COLUMBIAN BIGYGLE JQQ GRADE LADIBS COLUMBIAN WATER Gives Some bonnes 80 letjijach and tjyery one do what ho or sli can toward bringing about this change for the hotter that is now begun I En RP lifting r II VA DACHE CAJWAKUT8 Jftli BANK OF B F BKAltD President WILL MILLElt Vlce Ireslilent M II BEAKD CanMer Q W BKAltD 1 MORRIS KHKUIDQE DIRECTORS J R MiJOLLY INTEREST PAIO ON Hendersoli Lonimllti CM WATien S2050 I On Copiraon Sense Opinions Tho Question 01 For relief and comfort In Asthma UALLAKDH IIOKKHOUND 8YKUP has no equal trlce 25 and fiO cents A It Fisher mnlK no wc have ever had In tbo bouao LMt frnntlo wel my wlfo wu somoof with liedeho for ourOABOAKBTS twotlnji nho trltil nnd ihoy rollovcd tho pain In tier head almost Immediately Wo both recommend Caicarota OifABjSTlDXroiiD litVurg 9ofj Qoposll Co IltUburR P CANDY f Itolti my wlfo mid nif nclf Iiavnbpcn ourt tboy nro tho best HtBtroii I riwB Card In Effeo KAST UOU No BEST BICYCLE BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT The Liquor HIJES UN J CATHARTIC St Ivouti llulcett Rlanloy TIME DEPOSITS DAN KvUMvllle HendenonJ SpolUrille Head Lt 7 IS 731 7 45 7 62 6R0tr1 738 v Farmers hayo commenced cutting wheat Qranshoppers aro prolific in this sec i I note with great pleasure tho growing lion All wo reqalro is 100 down balance paynblo after examination Born to the wife of Joseph Smith a interest nnd enthusiasm manifested over We are the only factory In the United States Boiling direct to rider fine boy May 30 our county on tho saloon question We guarantee our goods for two years most liboral guarantee ever Mr Orln Hardin was in this neighbor Â¬ And equal wfth the pleasure I realize hood Sunday given We Riyo more options than the regular dealers You can liavo your in the succeta of tho move Is tho con Rev Tucker of Hardinsburg preached choice of color height of frame or any gear desired tempt I feel for those who say they aro to a good congregation Sunday blcycleB have all the latest improvements Our large tubing flush opposed to the ealo of whiskey etc and Joints large sprockets arched fork crown drop banger etc there give conclusive argument in favor I was seriously afil feted with a cough WHITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TO DAY of it Ilikoapldonod Web- Â¬ for several years and last fall had a more and sters sentiments as expressed in last severe cough than ever before I have CO nooks issue of the News they echo my used many remedies without receiving CLEVELAND OHIO own feelingp Largo oaks fromlittlo much relief and being recommended to acorns grow Every great and good try n bottle of Chamberlains Cough work starts from an atom Tho little Remedy by a friend who knowing me rivulets that run through our meadows to be a poor widow gaye it to me I and down onr hillsides are doing their tried it with the most gratifying results part towatd filling up our great bodies Tho first bottle relieved me very much ol water and tho second bottlo has absolutely Let every little town in our grand old pared me I have nothad as good health county do all It can toward closing the for twenty years Respectfully Mrs doom of these saloons that aro blister- Â¬ Mary A Beard Olaremore Ark Sold w ssTsTsmsam rww m i im ing society to say nothing of tho effect by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell 5 they aro haying on the class not socie- man Stephensport ts -lty numbered among which are hag Hk5V nai o m gard faced little children whoso fathers giSlie Conlil nitnrnln sj wMMmii- spend at saloons the money with which immmewmmLmjmiMi - ouii s znmzr Mr Smithers Martha I dont know cn 30 en food and clothing should vbe bought for bow we can afford to givo this dinner -these same little ones and the wave of yonro plannin Things haint been sTriifiniM Temperance will soon spread until it comin my way very swift lately Weve will embrace not only our county but got to savo money Yon better call it A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of will follow INTERNAL and otiers seeing our good worksome day if offMrs Smithers Joslab yon make mo the example and perhaps EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN my cousin dont object wo will be- Â¬ weary If yonro gittin pinched thatB only tbo more reason why weve got to ll Id it a National Issue keep up appearances Let folks git tbe CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED We dont think there is any affinity suspicion that were hard npnnd every- Â¬ Tubes by mail 76 cents Bottles so Cents between churches nnd saloons and we body that wo owe money to will git JJHESFBALUflD Sola Proprietor - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO think it simply a disgrace to a church after ns at once No Im goin to give and one of the greatest stumbling blocks this blowout and its goin to be great For sale by A R Pisber Oloverport Kv got three over placed before a people to permit a J11 astonish the natives Ive poets an and a crack fiddler en- Â¬ member who will go to a whiskey shop gaged to artist and drink and declare himself in favor Mr Smithers Goodness gracious f whiskey to fill an office of church or But where are wo goin to git tho cash Sunday school If we had our way we for all these things Mrs Smithers Sh hl Ive got n would turn every such character out of our churches il he would not give up standoff nr the grocery for tho eatables this vile habit If our ministers the The fiddler is to take n suit of yonr old pastors of our churches would adopt tbo clothes for his pay and of course the artists and pootsU come free They rules of RiV Hab of Owensboro I do even ugred not to send their plates back believe the dark clouds that are banging for second helpins If yon aint got a When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE guaranteed over so many churches would pass away wifo who can bargain Id like to have to euro you It is the discovery of an eminent physician and the Suu of Christian prosperity you tell me why Chicago Nows shino on us and scatter spiritual bles No Knife I No Interruption of Business nil Dararlar sings where there is often a cold indiffer- Â¬ Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has A Philadelphia real estate man when ence cured thousands and will cure you I was visiting a little town onco up goingtothrough a vacant houso ono evena MR T S WILCOX prominent merehan ing see that all was well heard mi on a time and attended a prayer meet- slight noise behind him and chief of tho Chattanooga Tiro Dopar Turning Â¬ ing There were not many persons pres- slightly ho saw tho form of a man After years of sulTcrlnc DONS PILE OIN ec Â¬ ommended to me The use of one box effected ent and a man rather a corpulent look- Â¬ As tho broker was not armed ho did ru re I voluntarily give you this statement hoping ft ing gentleman by the way conducted not like the idea of meeting a burglar leans of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten mts uf- the services he read a lesson from tbe in combat and besides he is very Icring with piles Good Book then knelt down and made timid so he rnsbed to tbe door and Price 100 Prepaid to any Address quite n lengthy and what would bo fumbled with the lock all the time termed a good prayer As everyone yelling qt the top of his lungs When he hud got tbe door opened he looked there except my friend whom I was back nnd then saw that tho burglar CHATTANOOQA TENN visiting was strango to me as we walked was really his own reflection in the Who was the old brother large drawing room mirror He had no home I said Ho said oh that Booner mado this discovery than he was who led the prayei is Mr be keeps tho Baloon down seized by two policemen who were at- Â¬ tracted by his screams and it took here I thought well well if such things as nearly a half hour for him to explain this are tolerated by a community will that he was not a housebreaker himself not the Master who surely looks on In a Dilemma They overcome Weak- with displeasure hold them to u certain If I go ter school terday de teach ness irregularity and extent responsible for neglecting his or erll lick mo fer not preparin my lesomissions Inureasa vlrr her duty for not enforcing the discipline sons an f I stay home me mndderll 1 1 nmf l w IS UIIU Ji n n r UUU13U ilai UiilUo of menstruation They aro LIFE SAVI3US to girls at of their churches and in not trying to lick me fer not goin ter school Now womanhood aiding development of organs and body No tear down the cause of this un worthi- Â¬ either I got ter go or stay home But if known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life ness to approach tue throne of mercy I go an de teacher licks me an mudder becomes a pleasure 100 BY MAIL Sold lick it fer jjSliJBffs by druggists DR MOTTS PER BOX CO Cleveland Ohio Do not such things have a general dam Â¬ findsdoinout me mndderll an mestay CIIEMIUAL school work not if I aging and demoralizing effect on the un- Â¬ home an jtny mudder licks mo de teach For sale by Bhort Haynes Druggists Oloverport Ky mo converted portion of a community I erll lick me tomorrow fer bein a know there are those who will say tbe truant I Gee I Guess Ill go ter sleep I Noshvljle American ardent is not tbe only injurious thing F R WILDER M HARDIN No I admit we have to contend with 028J Fourth St Louiuville Ky Brandenburg Ky it is not there are other evils many Getting Papa Into Deep Water Tommy Pa whats a ringlet yes too rmny His Father A Uttlo ring my son But if a case is diagnosed and there Tommy And a locket is a little lock is found to be a complication of afil c and a bracelet a little brace and a chap tions the physician will first attack the let a littlo chap papaT Jowelera most virulent and when that is under Weekly control tbe others will in many cases Every Weilnesdny and Thursday after the It is tbe ndvico of a connoissenr in IN IRUINRTRN abate Kill the liquor traffic and down teas to bny tho leaves in considerable 111 IIIWII1UIUI1 Fourth Monday in Each Month will go these Saturday night broils this quantity Tea presorved In a chest Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty fighting and men made demons by keeps and increases its flavor Latest appliances UBed Good work guaranteed drinking cutting each other to pieces At the Strozzi palace in Borne there gambling theft murder and many other climes that fill our prisons and poor- - is a bopk made of marble the leaves being of marvelous thinness KATC6 Thfl m r My Traffic TRADf MASH RfOtSTtSID JOHN A BISHOP President E R BASSETT Good 0RILEY Vice President Worthlnglon Maulngljr Orinith Cashier Oirentboro LewUport PleMsnt IlUble PoWnt Gripe Nerer sicken Weaken or Tte 10c Good Do 25oWo 317 Illci PowerslforRoclcport waiiman falcon Peltie Sklllman Shops Ilawesville 768 802 807 820 IndJ 8 41 I Blullf R4r CURE CONSTIPATION Oapor Cltei MMlrtil Bold nnd iriiiiranteed 17 860 908 911 S7 Ht Ytrt all drag gluts to CUHK Tobacco Habit Grayson County Bank ESTABLISIIKD 1 I 886 for Cannelton Tell City I 920 980 9 42 10 CI II W COLUMBIAN CYCLE GSSS i A BOON TO MAIM KIND DR iiiiiwr EfcJ J n-- ii-m m tasTes TABLETS BUCKEYE saw m lasTes KTim Â¬ mu cns sWWm eSEKCMHUaBEa ItTf uirri K4ffi BafiFi - r CURE I She TViui Too Hafl to Bpenk The Washington woman came across tea the eomo excellent ten In England like of which aha had pover known be fore She knew thero was none of it to bo she bonght be had in America ponnda and ponnds of it jo bring heme with her 8ho didnt mean to pay doty on it for she felt that no really patri Â¬ otic American can consistently pay n tea tax nfter what onr ancestors did in Boston harbor bo sho mado herself a petticont nnd into the lining thereof ho qnilted the tea Whon tho steamer drew into port she pnt on tho garment To wear it was martyrdom It soomod to weigh n ton She conld scarcely walk in it nnd the hang of her now going ashoro gown was nttorly mined by it bnt the custom honee officials let h pass without suspicion Sho went di- Â¬ rectly to tho railway station and started for Washington The jonrney will live long in her memory for its dfcomforL Her husband met her at tho station Be marked ber pale worn look As they stepped into the carriage she told him the story I wasnt going to Jet them get ahead Wasnt it of me 8hosaid proudly n lovely idea Her hnsbund fell back in the carriage and roured I Lovely Lovely I he said should say it was Why my dear there isnt any dnty on tea And let mo remark in passing that the childs sob in the silence isnt by any means the only thing that curseth deeper than the strong man in his Â¬ Leitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock Cloverport Holt Addlinn Pierce Lodiburg Iryington Guiton b48 I Stephensport Sample 100000 Paid in Webiter 1012 1020 1024 1032 1040 1049 10 10000 Ekron Brandenburg Branch Hock Itaren Willow Dal Ixnp i 1104 1113 1122 1129 11 to INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS Louisville Union Dtp Howard Wert Point Kentucky Street 35 1143 U60im 122pm Ar 1235pn LADIES Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch WEST HOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street Ly 41 west Iomt Howard 765 8 26 8 29 7 45a DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Guston Ilrandenburg Ekron Iryington ebster Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison 85 U0j 9 9 8S7 8 43 4f K Do you want an article that Holt Cloverport Shops Skllman you cannot get in your own town but is handled by a big concern in Louisville If bo drop a letter staling your needs to MISS ADDIE G for Cannelton llawesvllle Petrle latcon Lewispott Waitman J Tell City Powers tforRockport ates Ind 1 Mattlngly UTimm wrath Washington Post DITTO Why Suffer Agony h Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 1 MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS Â¬ Â¬ The Prenldent In Public Purchasing Agent It is a point of etiquette universally observod at tbe national capital never 1919 Brook Street to obtrude attentions npon the president when be appears in pnblic On the Louisville Ky street or in nny place of amusement in Washington the president has tbe un disputed privilege of appearing at any private citizen He is never stared at She will gladly lurnish you unlessit is by strnngers and his appearance in a theater is not greeted with all information and assist you with nny sort of demonstration The president may walk where he pleases in in buying the streets of Washington meeting with no further notice than the tipping of a bat unless of bis own motion ha stops to speak with some one Office seekers and petitioners never venture to approach him on the street His snrest riddance of the importunities of the throng is to go out among them Sir Jnlinn Pauncefote speaking of tbe American customs that had im pressed him remarked that while a foreigners first impression might bo that tbe seeming indifference qf tbe pnblio toward tho president when be appeared on tbe street or at the theater was the result of an exaggerated idea of democ- In Courier Journal than racy it must become apparent on closer In any other paper published both in quality and quantity observation that it was the highest possible tribute of respect and consideraSun Francisco Argonaut tion The Twicb aAVbkk Courikr Iournai is the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louts Stanley Worthlngton Reads I 4 Ar Nos 45 and 46 have Pullm and elegant high back set through between 1 ouisvillt Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elega enger Coaches and larlor tween Louisville Evanvil change Nos 41 and Coaches between Louisvill out change 43 have P YOU uusiuv 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only All subscrip tions under this combinatlrn offer must be sent through the office of the 125 41 Louisville and Eva E p R G EAGOix WiAJJlS -- r r-- T-- 1 eyi mmm The riichols Shepard Separator IAAMArMvAyMyWVWVVVUVVVWWWW More than that was the reply and the keen eyes of tbe governor twinkled as he reached down and touched a bntton and the valise opened immediately bnt cautiously at tho top It opened wide enopgh to admit a band and to permit it to withdraw with a black bottle in its clutch This ia a great valise I can get a bottlo out of it and nobody ever sees me When tbe residence of ex Governor OgleHby burned all of his private pa pers of every sort nnd all of his war trophies were destrdyed A short time after he met this same peripatetic Â¬ BRECKEHRIDGE HEWS Everything thats good In lM F M RYANMaster r TABASCON L PENNYIaster LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by HBALLARDMasterWHNEWgl raggery UT CONN GEORGE II CASPEUKE DHANDENBURQ Jewelry and Insurance KBNTUOlY V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPARED TO PRACTICE 4 CASIS INj BUKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS If a i The eiwntlal points in a Separator ere capacity thoroughness of separation and nimpliclty and durability of construction On each of these points the Nlchols Shepord Separator has great advantage over all otner tflrcsiting machines Any one of the nine sizes will inresn more and savs more grain than the corresponding sua oi any otner aeparator The NichoU Shepard Separator is as strongly aim- perfectly made as a P7 separator can be The HfeZKHHiHSBKflK9flWfen work of separation is done without the old of pickers raddles forks or other complicated parts that in other machines cause continual bother and expense by breaking or wearing out Wrlto for largo freo cataloguo yt It was a great loss yon sustained governor ho suid Yes all my papers are gone 8orry to lose them too and then my swords nre gone too I was eorry to lose them and I know youlj be grieved to hear it that valise was burned np Yes its gone Bob Ingersoll gave me that valice and I did bate to lose It it was so handy Chicago Tribune eald Mr Stormlngton Barnes that we are per mitted to adopt the caroor for which we are ambitious in yooth I always want Â¬ ed to be a comedian and make people laugh Dear me eald the eympatbetlp young girl You ought not to be ho disappointed Im sure Yoa make peo pie laugh very often as it ia Wash Â¬ Â¬ friend Dalv except Sunday between Lou New Amsterdam t Freight shipped by thlsjfne deliver than by rail Travelers will find the steamnra In equlpnictiaqdarcQmrhQtit eel culinary re cmplnyeiLas c menu s rqnal to thatofthi bJyhitel General offices 176 and 178 leurt Louisville D IiPENNY VWH Shorthand Ponmnnxhlp Etc taught Full courses 25 ceati or yoq can pay SI 00 OR 200 PJ3R MONTH Is the Snpqrlnfenqent O V WlLUAt8Ti OWStfabBro Ky 1 A author of the liadino I stem or bookkeeplne Chevrluunim TTp It very seldom happens schools Including the public schools ot New York aud other U g cities The leaping system of - -- - - V uuw awry 9111C you can tradutte In vour stake trjjiu be Ii ever so time little UradtutM assisted ta naiitlmi Storm IATES TO THOSE WHO SEND TQE CAEALOGUU AT ONCE Potera Antiseptic Healing Relieves all pain Inftarltly atd eots burns polls bruises Jlch eiViio lore throat erysfpeli eofrrV cWpW lips piles andf all ulcers or sor irvtmbranj- - WOI ppr sort or Infl liqilrs Horsemen tIM Md scratchis cracked heel haVef epiar gajls Use It and If not glsl will cheerfully srfveJbKck Wi SCHWARTZ SCHOOL J5 West Jslftrson St Louisville Kjf ii n m that pictures and explains every part of tho Nlchols Shepard Sep rator and the Nichob Shcnard TMGTECH EKGSKE NICHOLS Theti WJHbe 1 tJrWHii ington Star OPPIOH riiAKDiiqsDBXJR3- Battl Crack Mlph SHEPAR J CO EzxvTsriru oszrz i IS i ffSCMMMNtMBIttl pppnniivpiv Fj Branch lloi vt NASHVILLE TENNESSEr wtU full stalk of ntaehluM ti4 xtr Was my sermon Jong this morn IngJ utked a preacher who hod been taken to tusk for running over time nnd who had carefully kept within half hour No dear doctor was tho reply of the parkhtoner It wasnt Iqugj It only seemed to Boatoa Watchman The Sermon No Lontr niRnH Pfil4aV ftfrtilV ffiUfmffAii A rfisisW JL tat pomrrest n i testiest LOaspr fall ihr jryllkol ahabltan 8ft tn sense bv the timely use of tatts Liver Pills an old and Sorite remedy of increasing Apularity Always cures 3our stomach malaria indiges tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases TUTTS Liver PILLS Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 21 1809 JUNE aclflo ex i to be pU admauM r 200 ml iinj 1 anbuol era of t aploywl Mo L 444 Tte News in Brief 4444 44444 44444l that I Dled beef at Kings Watermelons are ripening Ive mor shea i dm enf i ludltabl illroad o egate o I le band j inters jailers Lne men Mierifls at cera of th - Fishing is not good at all Base balls and bats at Sulzjrs Fresh groceries at Julius Slppela Fruit jars at Gregory Gibsons New line of notions at BabbageB What haB become of Sunset Park 7 This Is fine summer resort weather Cloverport still needs water works The bicycle fever continues to grow Light crash and straw hats at Sulzers It T Mattingly was in town Saturday Kings for staple and fncy groceries Tim nltv Bakerv fir vonr confectionar- - At Stpples can bo found dolicaciessull ablo for entertainment and recoptlonp Cool hunfthful nparkllng wild cherry phosphato tho family drink at Sulzers Sam Oonrad was at Skillman last week setting up Bonio new harvesting machin ery MissEula Miller Ilnrdlrsburg is the guest of Mr and Mrs Dr Forrest Light foot Mrs O W Moorman left yesterday for Louisville She will be absent sever- Â¬ al days The Green Itlver Times is the name of the new paper launched at Uockport Ind Charley Hambleton has been as fireman nn the Henderson routo Mis Margarett Skillman who has been III for seveial weeks a again able to be out Msa Nt llle Slums county is visiting the family of Mr and Mrs J S Mat Â¬ tingly Commissioner Brown of ilardinsbnrg was in tho city Monday on legal busi Â¬ ness t Cohens overalls the kind best in the world for tbe monoy Â¬ nover-wear-ou- Sulzers Do you want a comb An indestructl able one Babbage has that kind at 75 cents Tooth brushes hair brushes and every thine pertaining to the- - notion line at Babbages A large delegation of Democrats went to Hardlnsbuig Saturday to attend the convention IbTe biggest aud best loaf of light bread for five cents in town at Gregory fern Wyou reign in th seems titer the Holt contradlctlcc miles bat le Farmers are all bwy in the harvest is habitable thewest by th w TMBTowfltone The Ohio is at a beautiful boating wildest part or lage the highest peJ Lemonade and roda water served at tains and on flings gronlte runnl L ht breftd ln nny qnantity at Julius State from the YppBi Jt v Glbsonp Mrs Giant Gregory and Mrs Emmott Gregory are at Brandenburg with Mrs Orvillo Gregory Merchants and tarmers interest yourselves in the construction of better roads over the counly There will be an ice cream ffBtival at tho Tar Springs Friday night June Jrd All aro invited Money invested in an opera house in this town would evidently be profitable to the investor At midnight or any hour during day Â¬ light n lunch can be procured from Kingp grocery Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Bow Â¬ mer are the guests of Misa Lucite Ster rett at Hawesville Austin Popham went to IrvinRton last week to look after his business in terests at that place Misa Mary Jarboe has gone to Skill man She will spend two weeks with relatives and friends Jeose Pulliam Dive Phillips and T W Harman Patesville were in the city last week on business Mtss Margaret Moorman went to Hen- Â¬ derson Monday She will be the guest of relatives and friends jObarieB R Mrs J May hall aro tbe guesta of T L Williams and family at Owenaboro Misa Jeanette Warfield who has been the guest of Misa Forrest Hardin at Holts has returned home L C Winchell who has been visiting relatives at Toblnsport left last week for his home in Moweaqua III Charles Beidel Sr and Charles Timms two representative farmers of Holt were in town Saturday Mr Williams of Owensooro who op erates a poultry establishment in this city waa in town Monday Thos Morrison left Monday evening He goes to do some for Irvington painting for Austin Popham Sam T Elder a well to do farmer of Ohenault is in tho city He is tho guest of relatives and frienda Emmott Gregory who left some time ago for French Lick 8prJigatasio turned homo much improved Misa Jephie Warfield after two weekB stavwith MisaFroirre Hardin at Holts returned home Friday evening The Standard Oil Company will build at the upper wharf a storage house J 6 Mayhall secured the contract Miss Anna Hambleton of Sorgho and Misa Linnie Dlluy of thia city have gone to Pineyille to spend the summer Dr T Renfrow has movsu his family to this city They will oedtiby tho prop Â¬ erty recently owned by Charles War Â¬ its name Oaly118 narrow that tw- - T- - Skillman abreast is the nday there are paths Mr Ohas hlder men but not J beterday the mountain w H Bowmer Montana thereleaterday trails but thej Aaet o cheHUI1Bn trailers and I knowrTtrailsa LSStf klndao1 flcreeM can be foundat went to Oannelton county was in town went to Louisville can be purchased at haa returned from niii Fraiz8 Mattin8ly be sent alone fQtaille new fissures tl Lunches served at any hour at the theyalIeyofthbakery- - Kat i ct ot In 1 Liu Tra let i a t visiting in the city y lasting Oxfords beautiful stylish fcaugli cheap at Sailers L T Rsed was at Owenaboro Thurs Hrear day on business HHkr Dr Wm Milner of Patesvilla was in the city yesterday Mrs George Bentley Hawesville was In the city Sunday - rC BlU The famous blue pin check pants can an be found at Sabers 2i A Oelzes new store building is jiearing completion Both hotels of this uity Are doing an excellent business HHaSn When you want a refreshing drink visit Julius Sippel IHaT Robt Pennington of Owenaboro was Biar A in the city yesterday Ltghtfoot Miller visited friends and aVutnr relatives here Monday B S Skillman of Hardinsburg was at Pweusboro Thursday UmbreHa repairers are getting to be numerous In this section h Harry Moorman represented Owens boro in ibis city Sunday i O T Skillman spent several dsya in field Loalayllle the past week Emmett Gregory has remitted home fH Miss Emma Biedel of Holts was a from a two weeks visit at French Lick Springs He la very much Improved In visltorlto the city Saturday Now suits haye been ordered for the health Miss Mabel Whitehead onto of Can Oloyorport Base Ball Olnb neltons fairest daughters is the guest There is one place people can congre Â¬ of Mrs B N Hudson and Mrs J D gate readily It is at afire Gregory Frank Beavin goes to Balltown today Eugene P MoAdams who Is sow in to do some special surveying the secret service department passed Ed Goodnight wea to Louisville Mon through the city Saturday on his way I vdy to attend the Coarealion South Mr and Mrs V G Babbage of Hard- Â¬ i L It-- Bruner of Fordaville was here Monday enroute to Owenaboro insburg who haye been the guest of rel Parl gray nraeh and crush bats in atives the past week have returned to very djressy designs at 8uzera their home Mrs William Withers of Kirk is the Mrs Sue McDonald of Union Star guest of Miss Alice Mattingly passed through the city Thursday on her in laotty There are wheela of every description way to Ourdsvllle to visit her father W mtnttniij T Calloway in this town except a tandem e ol ribbons suitable See the nlco The City Council at its next meeting for eaflb and chokeia t SuharV should take under advisement the pur Â¬ MF AmP The NJcwahM thtf factlltelafor turning chasing ot the Sulpher Springs to be used as a park jjiuhiu uwo yi uhvs puuii xV t wec JJurluC OI Vlctorr IB tbe MIMNonr Good cooks are in demand a young JLj3SV xaart of he aapflftf John Burk married man of this ctty spent two dgys afall fldgtd in riding over the county trying to secure Keeth Frry em one but failed t JJTjJJMp jiWBoih fHerwU lllnNUiM lo Mrs Robt Pplk and children are In - M city uw wees vwtung reiauvcs the country with her parents Mr and M pWkJW K Moor0UirtllRurg UIIW the Wm Beavin Mr Beavin baa been quite lW mmrmutML IPPrui Mf pm irwim ttvrirn ouhuii for sometime VTi thiM Kowtltht w cow man came Mrs William Peters went to Louis P frwa Kko8fo bfflBMa Thursday yllla Busday Her husband who burnt Ma raa severely while at work is gel i tisg along nicely Vm W F Waylre who baa bwa NUaW Mr ad Mm W Up ca fttkhas yImUbk iivU at Â¬ sg c HHP B1Ki Hardinsburg was in The six darn- James Smith the Union P own Sunday oppose their r Bloomfleld suffered a 15000 fire Sun for granted ti day morning desparate chn Baied BtraW corn and oaa al ioweat noms in i- n- rIcea at gulzars areallinlth T V Raw iRiinnhml hin nnnlithn thatatlaao boat Monday ftest rer A J Kirst Canneltorr was In town hiding Monday evening Buidrac Lewis Powers of Hawcsville was in Bduatlt Bricted the city yesterday Hinder Wrn Marshall of Hardinsburg was in Hysaid the city Saturday Mrs J Ds Brashear Owenaboro is Bec p V I Â¬ Witt returned io hor homo at Coving ton Ky Sunday You got i0 olegant photographs with the best finish on tbe finest mount for 20conta at Grays Newsom building Mtln st up at aire Frank Malin who has boeu taking a liuflinera course at tho Brandenburg Nor Â¬ mal passed through the city Thursday on his way to Owenaboro Mr and Mrs A J Kalz of Louisville came to the city Sunday Mr Katz Is proprietor of the Fair and Is dolug a successful huaineBS Miss Belle Bruro Boyd arrived last week from New York where she resides While here she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd II L Stader has been awarded the contract of stripping the stone for the Spoltavillo Iron aud Gravel Co at their mines neur Geohagan We havo a few summer coats leit They are light and cool The prices are bo low that if we can fit you we caii sell you these goods Sulzers Logan Esary Superintendent of tbe Pctrry county Ind schools has moved from Toblnsport to Caunelton where he will make his future home MreDan Hinion and her attractive littl daughter Grace of Louisville aro in tho city They will be here Bometime with old acquaintances and friends The Masonic Lodge at II art fort has posponed its picnic June 24th on ac Â¬ count of the existence of smallpox at various neighboring points Misses Jeas Hearvin of Louisville JoBey Birk of Owenaboro and Itena BIrk of Stanley will shortly be the guests of tho Misses Jarboe Mayhall KiDgibeny are putting a veranda in front of Geo T Weather holts stone house on Elm St It ic quite an acquisition to the building Robert Evan who is connected with a prominent wholesale furniture establish Â¬ ment at Louisville spent Sunday in this city the guest of Misa Lodosca May Miss Myrtle Fenn and John Batt of Hardinsburg spent Sunday in Oannelton the guests of hta mother Ilia sister Mits Delia of this place accompanied them Will S Bowmer la expected home today from New York whero he has been connected with the Continental Tcbicco Co He comes to recuperate his health Mr p Washington Holt returned from her viot to California last week and is now installed at her home at il It Mias Mary will join tbe family in a few weeks Clyde Morrison pressman employtd at the News office has been off duty for several days on account of injuries sus- Â¬ tained while operating a press He ia improving Mrs Robt J Barry and Mias Addie Louise Babbage joined the bicycle party to Oannelton Monday afternoon Tbey returned that eveulng on the splendid steamer Tarascon Rev T Y Joiner delivered at the Elm street Methodist church Sunday a most forcible eaimoa It was full of good thoughts and more people should have been present to bear it Three fourths of the commerce of this country is done by gocd roads The merchants throughout the county can not fail to give such an important mat Â¬ ter too much of their time Two of our most promising young four hundreds have been quite infatuated with the county seat A number of their friends wonder with amazement what could be the attraction Miss Florence Lewis after two years connection with The Fair in this citv will leavo in a Bhort time for a two months visit with friends and relatives in the Kirk neighborhood Miss Nell Richardson who is well known in this vicinity give a theater party Monday night at the Auditorium in Louisville to Mr Clarence 0 Sher riil of West Point Ky The house occupied by Aunt Miy Satterfield on River street caught fire from some unaccountable cause yesterÂ¬ day at noon The blaze-- was extin- Â¬ guished before any damage was done Mr and Mrs Davo Mattingly and children spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs R T Mattingy of Persim- Â¬ Tbey were accompanied mon Flat home by her siBter Mlea Clara Matting- ly The property owners along the Holts bottom road are exceedingly anxious for a new road bed The present one is en- Â¬ tirely impassable It Is the duty of tbe merchants ot this city to give this mat Â¬ ter their Immediate attention Forrest Wilkerson an old Cloverport boy who baa been in bualnetB at Chica- Â¬ go for sometime 1b borne visiting bis Mr Wil- Â¬ mother Mrs J 0 Wilkerson kerson la preparing to enter the whole- Â¬ sale grocery business at New York Oily Mr J D Hambleton of Henderson accompanUd his uncle Mr Marion Hambleton home Monday ovenlng He baa been an inmate of a sanatorium in Nashville Tenn for almost two years He is looking exceedingly well and the change is hoped to be for tbe better Â¬ Â¬ HER CATARRH Catarrh ot th bowls b- taust it ti most prtvatitit in thi tummtr months is calltd summtr catarrh 1 People of IF i Itsurpriscsmanythat bowel trouble Is catar-Â¬ Dr Hartmans rhal books raako this plain Wrlto to tho Medicine Co Columbus O for them They toll all about catarrh and how cures It whorover located Iliad chronlcdlarrhcoa for fifteen Tears writes Mr T E Miller Grand Wi T l11 m n tf m ex x iriuu rrairio A many medicines and llil 1 doctors in vain At last was recom Â¬ mended and it relieved and cured mo at once Mr John Hartlnir 033 Mala 8t Cincinnati O My wlfo and Mb K1 writes myself took your for chronic diar rhoea and It cured us No doctor or medicine we tried before helped us Mr TCdnnnl Wormack Ledbotter Tex writes for bowol YOU SEI WANT Po-ru-- Pe-ru-- Refine meiit Will find tit our store a 1 Po-ru-- WzM a To look her best have her buy her WIFE sum- Â¬ mer dress goods from our splendid stock The line of Lawns Linens Wash Goods Skirt Waist materials and Dress Goods is selected so as to give the delicious cooling effects so much sought for by Po-ru-- na dainty selection of sensible dressers Po-ru-- 4tmiVilna la ltnnnilft11ofi by anything in my ox-- tl Po-ru-- feflSI Ladies perience I owo my and lifo to shall always recommend it to those suffer inc as I was Mr John Edgarton 1020 Third Ave I suffered from Altoona Pa says dysentery for three years I took ana am now wolL Â¬ Po-ru-- BW YOULL of ladies and gentlemens shoes complete in every detail Styles Purses A magnificent Our stock FIND HH are high class variety of deliciously perfumed Prices are low down SULPHUR SPRINQS Should be Purchased and Used For a Park A much needed place in this town is a park One of the most romantic piclureeque and beautiful spots lies within a short distance of town It la known as the Sulphur Springs Tbero are no suitable grounds any- Â¬ where outside of the springs to hold a picnic public speaking or a place to drive for an evening of pleasure or quiel itudc The city fathers or some individ Â¬ ual should procure theao grounds which undoubtedly would be a paying invest- Â¬ Toilet Soap A most novel and beautiful slock of V SULZERS Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap and t Steel Cap ZvoTAfG - 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing ment Preparations are being made to clear away all of the timber and before this proceedure steps ought to be taken to y2gvteiZjrs- nu ffWtYivFDjPrnmmr U LtAmmfinninnfMS iLry e tiiiiriimitsjr Sheathing Paper Tarred Felt fJif prevent it There is an excellent spring located in the center of the grounds Thia is an important matter It is said the grounds can- be pur - Write for Prices and Catalogue Roof Paints Roof Cement chased reasonably Excellent Work Done Ch as Bohler assistant road supervis- Â¬ or who bas been working the road lead- Â¬ ing from town to the sulphur springs is to be commended upon the excellent work he has done With the proper encouragement he will get the roads of this county in a passable state Â¬ Brushes Some now and tasteful nov- Â¬ rArrArtr1rrrWkWVi THE LATEST Bargain News SOME MONEY SAVING VALUES TO BE FOUND AT THE Misa Katio Sawyer who baa innumer- Â¬ able frienda in this city and adjoining towns has accepted a position as sales lady with the well known establishment The Fair under the management of Mr H 0 Cerf She will ba more than glad to have the opportunity of seeing her friends at thai store elties in Hair Extended City Limits The hustling littlo city of Irvington Tho Board of continues to grow Trustees at their last session passed an ordinance extending the city limits so as to take in a large territory Brushes An olegant line embrac- Â¬ ing all kinds of material and the best workman- Â¬ ship of Eclipse Grocery Store Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion fOli SALB DKUU STOCK rfrffVfVffr ZT Ekron Kv A Kood WANTS ttockordrugi 500 Pounds of Mixed Candy to sell at 10 Gents A large variety of Fresh Cakes 370 R SALE Cox Ifutn IhbUa great bur Apply to WANTHllEliTirEKl w aootemaUrt- - Apply to GIRN DEANK 1 1H COMPANY Olendeane Ky ANTED LEGAL BLANKS COMBS I The best stock of Roasted Coffees in the city at lOo 12c and 15c per pound Campbells Condensed Soups 10 cts nr ifI J innaiianuo iinK uceui NUWS OKlICH ri mi o a r in 1 r nidnL- - j muriKHKC hhu ir DOB iinvni HN iuju FOK 8AL8 S0JA BEANS TOK JL a SALU II or Soy Beans and Cow Peat tf UUIlibtlV Lloyerport Ky Sri TD1T10V per tin Fresh lot Canned Pineapples Pears Peaches and Apples just received And tho moat extensive most fashionable and stock of up-to-da- te J Certificate id Hryunt llaslneu Collrge Louliville Kv HUKUKUNIUDGHTNKWS OFHCE TIOll EUUEWOOD UEKKSUIKES SAIR btratton Apply to A lot of Tinware at your own price win ai the recoidofmy and Sprlnsritld thliycar only anitnaTi o my own bteellnc and captured a giod percentaRO ol the desirable prim The priie wfanlng boar Head Â¬ light Jr 43v99i and old Artiul OuVe 10th in llgi ol thtlr net lor sale Mj brood service sows are of best American and English strains Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky will atteit the kind that IHREBO Indiacapolls I iliowed Writing BCHPM aROCBRY - CO anUt4 IHen4MioBhHfote Jiaa uow r fSL 1 nE3t w ot ht There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable For a groat many years doctors pro- Â¬ nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fall Â¬ ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ nounced It incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu Â¬ tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Co manufactured by F JT Cheney Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It U taken inter Â¬ nally in doses from 10- drops to a tea spoonful It acta directly on the blood and mucouajurfacea of the system They offer one hundred dollars for each case it falls to cure Send for circulars and Address testimonials Op Toledo 0 F J OIIENEY IfirSold by Duggisis 76a Halls Family Illla are tbe bet - T D Renfrow In thiu section of tho Ohio Valloy al HARDINSBURG- KY DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY Tribal Differences Among the Negroes We Southern people know that there la a wonderful dTTttronce amor g tbe ne groef Thtrn la doubtless aa much dif ference in tribal descent among them aa in the nationality of anceatiamorg the Â¬ vievmvvvva j vmv OFFIOE AT BalikpU IO43CaCI-0-SH9 Mitchells Hotel CLOVERPORT KY whltn people While eome of our negro population are dracpudeil from donraded tribes and preaeiT in exasperating perfcctloahtlr aBsmtral vice others spring from than gmtlt and manly races who kindly arinlnlrtarad to the halplesa Livingstone la hialoag wanderlip across the Dark Continent TliMawbrthy mm have tha confldeuce and good wtH of th Southern tJtatee Indeed the negro In largely the peasantry of the Southern States and his labors add enormously to the aggregate wealth I feel that after all that has been aald the colored farmer ia no mean friend ot the State with all of Its advancing plvllxition Thero are visionaries who talk about the cojboisatlon ol the negro but unleaa he chooses to go himself this is ntterly impracticable My word or It he will not choose to go No we has stoMgtir inoro ldyal attachments than tbs ategro Way down in oar hearts we do aot want him to gsV jfisViaa by fciiaj VflliM filaUaf lW CtBflU assist Fsa - yci vmx Mr Burton munlo of Mm U M Duncan Kichard Happs wheat this woek with his tho accommodations there will ba better deo wero tho guests of Misa Ruttlo Hines and Miaa Daisy Odoll Mclntlru was con new McCormlck binder than ever before We wish Mr Pariiam Sunday sidered the bout o the llireo years Col Sam Dont wan in the city last Grasshoppers are still eating tho to- Â¬ and Mrs Banard euccosa in their new MIbs Daisy Mclntlre and I nreparod bacco A good portion of the gronnd vonture week looking up Insurance All orjranlted living thing whether be longing to the animal or vegetable kinir an interesting musical program for Tues has been planted in corn The Convention of lost 8aturday was a Bro Bennett of Morgantown has re- dom contain within themselves the germs day night as that was considered tlio There moved his family to this place Mrp Sarah Burnett Miasm Dentali cut and dried affair for Hardin of death and decar- musicale hut we feel lelt Hweet Huberts and Hoa Burnett went to Clov- Â¬ were democrats in tho convention who Mrs W W Camp went to Louisville Germ of disease are often generated Loves erport shopping Saturday wanted to vote or Stone for second nB8 wasted on thn desert air within the human system through tmper sister Miss Lida Sar- Â¬ choice Thoy also wanted to instruct for last week Her her aa far aa Irving- Â¬ or anything else you Labor Lost food tiroduclng various feet digestion of gent accompanied The tobacco crop is short Much of poisons which scientists have denominated choc other State candidates but a motion ton the ground ih lining planted in com tho from a Hardin man to adjourn knocked ptomaines A stomach weakened by abuse Our program on Tuesday night was The Baptist Aid socloty gave an ice gorged with over eating or over burdened long too long for such a lint night and grauflhoppt rfl having eaten the plants them all out with hot bread too rich or greasy foods or cream supper Saturday which proved a It Is not evidence nor is it proof of an limneufle crowd but it was unavoida- Â¬ true democracy The following porsons have been ap Â¬ success llimncially Proceeds amounted those too highly Beasoncd becomes weak in the candidate that ened and falls to thoroughly digest the ble I think Mrs A V Wool folk was has the following of old standard demo- Â¬ pointed delegates for the county at largo to 20 00 about the only ohm who wan willing to food A heavy sodden mass is accumn to the State Sunday School convention the first A largo crowd irom here altendod lated in the stomach to ferment as gasses to remain longer Mm isn patient atten Â¬ crats which meets at Lovisvlllo in August giving off foul Misa Julia Lynch closed iier spring T J MiGufflo J D Babbage R O church and Sunday school at Falls of step in Ita decay tive listener nnd au interested otic distend the stomach and poison the Wood Miss Julia lias taught Willis Mrs Andrew Crawford Miss Rough Sunday took lunch and spent a Mr Win Allen Stith comes out and in school Saturday until it becomes thin weak and lacking in a good school and deserves praise anil Balllo Richardson llav J T Lewis Miss pleasont day the red corpuscles so necessary to perfect it straightforward manly manner and re encouragement in her now undertaking Rosa Moorman Miss Cora MathewB health fates the salty charges Ho ban now Tho weather prophet that predicted If your sight is blurred with spocks The overdlstered stomach presses upon dono ail he can do I want to indorsii Normal colege Tho Breckenridge and the latter organ Is also dls the heart especially one clause Wliem a mans such ahot June la missing it as far as closed its spring session last week under and spots floating buforo your eyes or system turbed through sympathy the same organs liberty and honor aru Invol vod ho should the boy that shot at the moon In olden very favorable surroundings ine col Â¬ you have pains on the right Bide under of nerves being distributed to both Irregular action of the bo given an open nnd public trial and if times false prophets wore stoned to lege rooms wero well filled with citizens the ribs then your liver is deranged and Thus palpitation and slnath if that were the caao now many a of tho town both ladles and gentlemen guilty punished heart with Its attendant shortness of breath result and In time disease of the heart who wont out to witness the closing ex- Â¬ you need a few doses of HEHlilNE to is fellow would get a good thumping BiUSterrettona Pad lie island Itself is established A R Fisher regulate it Prico 60 cU ercises There wero several graduates another Jo Mulhattan affair dont you The gases and other poisons generated reckon Aside from tho serious Inconvenienco and a few closing remarks both from lie informs us however of one fermenting and decay Â¬ from undigested citizens YELLOW LAKE ing food in the stomach becloud the fact that all Keutucklans become great and pain caused by piles there ia a ten- members of the school and charge ol brain causing headaches and pain in the when they leave the state Pretty hard dency to fistula and to cancer in tho rec- Â¬ Prof Milton Goko who had a class in mathematics was presented on the dark and bloody ground but tal regions Piles should not he allowed with a handsome gold watch for his e lu- Â¬ Being absorbed into the blood these poi pretty good for Bill Sierreti a Kentuck Jimmie Mattingly has purchased a every part and organ of the sys sons reach to run on unchecked TABLER8 cent services and courao of Instruction Â¬ nice new buggy tan to the manner torn tern The kidneys arc thereby poisoned inin- Â¬ Speeches were made on behalf of the Tuesday night of Noirnal exercises was BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an causing Brlghts disease and diabetes Fil Miss Julia Rhodes went to Glendcan Mr Morris tering through the skin troublesome skin simply an imuunso throng intense heat fallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle stitution and itsPsuccess by the Hon B shoppit g one day last week Eskridge John Haswell diseases often show themselves and great confuBbn Order was impos tubes 75 cts A R Fisher Miss Allie Jarbers fitber preeonted F Beard and others The spring session Hvery organ and every nerve depending sible hence the music could not bo of the Breckenridge Normal has been her with a nice organ last woek as they do for their nourishment and heard The orationp and dialogues renewal upon the stomach weak digestion quiet successful this year Nearly one Misses Mary Mattingly and Sue Rhodes BEWLEYVILLE were indistinct Tere was no failures shows Itself not alone in loss of appetite hundred students have been in atten Â¬ were both on tho sick net laat week on the part of the pupils Tho program nervousness debility and flesh but also in they go away wilh good im- Â¬ dance and Misa Martha Cannon who has been bad complexion and many other derange Â¬ was reulculoualy lengthened and wore AVe bad several hard rains last week pressions for the success of the instituments people out quite ill for some time is some better Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Mr John Jared was in our vicinity tion Miss Bertba Wolf a cousin of Mr Bur- Â¬ Mrs Jim Rhodes and little eon Got stimu tones and regulates the stomach Friday don are visiting relativto nearUlendean juices invigorates the ton gave an evening of readings hst lates the digestive Made Strong Weak Eyei Aro Frauk Beavin was to Bee his people Monday She was exceedingly good in this week torpid liver promotes intestinal strength clears bilious poisons and diseased germs the humorous vt in and when it came to recently dim vision made clear styes removed Miaa Minnie Rhodes is learning all the out of the circulation gives the blood impersonating tho old darkev diahct Miss Nellie Goodman attended services and granulated lids or sore eyes of any arts in house keeping alone this week making glands keen assimilative power and the crooning peculiar to the racosbe here Sunday kind speedily and effectually cured by whilo mamma is away and furnishes Nature with the fresh abund possessed rare excellence I admired Mrs Baalism and children are visiting ant nutrition out of which she manufacMr Fred Fralzo has been very pjorly po much the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye for some time caused from over neat unassuming and nt Hardinsburg her manners ture firm flesh strong muscles clear skin healthy lung tlmuc and nerve fiber and unpretentious as possible for one so tal Air Mrs Stepro were ai Weldon a Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on and general weakness There s the charm the grace at day or and recently gives sound enduring active energy to the ented a guarantee by all good druggists bo Qnito a number of Democrats from whole system last Miss Ada Drury will attend tho Instihere attended the convention at Har It Ib with profound thankfulness Im tute in Louisville before coming home dinsburg last Saturday BALLTOWN sure for us to know that the symposium NEWS Misa Stella Paul went to Couisville BRECKENR1DGE Dr R II McMullin and wife aro the of expressions from our prominent men happy parents of a fine boy who made onrtligiou is one of ujmpathy with Monday to spend a few weeks visiting Miss Rillle Howard is the proud pos- Â¬ his appearance on the 17 Christianity and In lief in the divinity of relatives sessor of a new wheel WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 18a Misa Blanche Jolly left Saturday with Grasshoppers have demolished tome Christ Surely tho older we grow the Wheat harvest is nearing a completion tobacco fluids to suchau extent that far- Â¬ more impressed wtsarocf the importance our coulsins Coil to visit relatives at here The crop will be rather short of tho Christian religion for those In Union Star mers have planted them in corn BRANDENBURG Misses Judith and Ora authority It is the mightiest factor in The carpenters are making very good DrArthur Walker will bo down from Sunday with their mother Brlckey spent on Beechfork worlds civilization as President Mc the city next Saturday to pay a visit to progress with the work ou Mr Tom Mrs Ella Keenan Tar Creek was Cannons store house It promises to be his parents is visiting in Kinley attested Miss Mabel bhacklett Louisvi lie ia suffering from bank Leavenworth Several persons from here went to here with relatives Saturday and Sun- Â¬ a nice building pud delimiters as well aa Irvington Sunday to hear Brother Litch- Â¬ day Bill Rhodes has been very successful Miaa Fannie Phillips ia vjaiting Miss iigl ts Yielding field preach pel tical fiom Several from here attended the demo- Â¬ as book agent in this and adjoining of 131 Spring Myrtle Moremen to temptation imagining take hut cratic convention at Hardinsburg Satur- Â¬ neighborhoods He was busy last week Mr Twenty five stood the teachers exam Â¬ Ill replace Ill speculate Ill and double childrenand Mrs C D Hardaway and day delivering his first order were pleasant visitors at my ination last Friday and Saturday the amount Tills intense desire to acWm Mlngua and family of Beech Mrs T Wooaleya school closed last Misa Kate AVithera of Muldraugh cumulate wealth rapidly nn inclination home Sunday The Drury boys bought a new Deer fork neighborhood was here with re la week She taught a very interesting visited Miss Geoigio Helmstetter last to ive aa your neighbor get beyoud Uvea Saturday and Sunday spring school Wbatit lacKed in quan- Â¬ week your meane Oh a restless diesatufled ing binder from Irvington Milling Com- Â¬ Mrs J W Pate and son Amel Jolly tity it made up in quality Raymond and Hob Braahear of Owens discontented disposition How it wrecks pany laat week here Mrj Robbie Spencer has about 71 If you want to hear something real Stations waa Mrs CSunday with her boro are at their grandmothers Mrs E and ruins and blastB the lives of families B Pate young turkeys every evening she takes Poor mothers broken hearted wives and nice oak Ernestine Drury to recite for mother-in-laWimp to the tobacco patch Mra L B Tar a children to live under a ckud for the you about the school teacher with a neighborhoodJackson of theguest Fork them while they devour the and herds Miss Lula Wool folk entertained numerous has been the of her them blue wart on her nose number of young people last Saturday almighty dollar or the past grasshoppers on the pladts All honor to Mra James B Camp for Arvin Stith and sisters Misses Mabel sister Mra T N Brickey evening week entertaining those young business wo and Rachel were over at Mrs Rhodes Miaa Minnie Bland left last Thursday for Ellty Cents Buggies bicycles and grasshoppers are men from the department stores of near Irvington Sunday visiting their to stay two weeks with Misa Florence Guaranteed tolmcuo habit euro malics weak getting so numerous that they are hardLouisville at a box party nt thi Audi- brothers who are living there mcastrona blood cure 60c SI Alt drucitlsts Aidorson If anything tho grasshopAll honor to every woman too If you didnt go to the entertainment ly noticed Armstrong has gone to torium Mrs Allen pers are the moat attractive who affixed her uhiiiu to the article ask you BIG SPRING Bvanaville to Bee her brother who is ingfor those giila to have Saturday after- last nightMr ought to go tonight by all It Booms aa though prosperity stills means and Mrs Crabbe will bo quite ill noon and agreeini Lot to shop on those happy to see you and will entertain you reigns as there has been anv amount of Mr Parker of the Seminary preached It should have been Misa Tennie afternoonp I call that Christianity machinery such aa binders moweiB at the Baptist church Sunday well Hamilton instead of Fannie received Thoughlfulina tor others a willing in the The Misses Munford have invited our etc placed in our neighborhood Milling Mr Curry of Louisville was the guest elocution first honor in mind u chti i ul sacrifice for those who wing of tho B V R O to a program past few weeks by tho Bates of Miss Lill Clarkson Sunday Co W J Pate of Jolly Station For the first time in many musicalec need rcbt n creation pleasure who meeting at their home June 28th We Miss Fanraie Phillips of Brandenburg Ve who how many forget Bt If Mabel Hardin waa not with us J M Mullen one of Tar Creeks hust Â¬ make our best bow and eel assured of a missed her in many rol profeBtur ol music in good time Sir J hn Stainer ling farmers was seen by one of his h visiting Miss Myrtle Moorman Mr Rice representing Belknap Co Misses Fannie and Hu Jameson have Oxford and organist one cf St Pauls Misa Jesephlne L Danforth of Louis- neighbors tho other day breaking corn returned to Owetisboro after a pleasant Cathedral of London declares that the ville will come to Irvington soon to be ground planting corn plowing corn and of Louiayille was here last Friday musical pmftH joi is overstocked and the guest of Mrs Tyler visit to Mrs D M Duncan Bro Overton passing through Sunday and during her laying by corn and gathering corn all in 01 the Misa Linnie Moorman has returned that RB riouB crisis ih at hand stay will deliver a lecture under the the same field This means business and and spent the night with B c Clarksun delightful visit to Mra Chas vast number who an lljckiug to profes- ugpices of the Heading Club on Spanish neglect of business but the grasshoppers from a very B 8 Clarkson Jr of Loulsyflle Is sion a vast majority have not the most caused it all says Mr Mullen Moorman Jr of Evansville This ia free nud all are invited home for a short while Ilia father is at remote chance of even mi derate success Art Grayson Springs Misa Luia Bland sang with Mies Min Misses Willa and Ernestine Drury A Frightful Blunder lie has tested 15000 voices hfmaelf in nie Bland Wednesday Lula has a deep the last twelve yeais and only found 25 Bevie Cain and Fannie Hardaway with Guy Meador and Miss Mary McMead Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald or were guests of Miss Sudle Haulbert of alto voice of wunderfui volume first rate ones and yet if you please ev Tuomas Cain attended Sunday school at Cntr or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve Rhineyville last Sunday Hill Grove Sunday afternoon They Mr and Mrs James L Fairleigh of eryone is expected to sing like a lark hud a Bplendid good time and want to go f the best in the world will kill the pain Owensboro are spending sometime with and with no instruction scarcely af all B S Clarkson who has been sick for c gain Of The little their daughter Mrs Jamea Lewis and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores sometime has gone to Grayson Springs There should be an attempt made to Tnumasand Bevie ladiea were guests and we all appreciate Such crowds as we did have at each organ z a local convention of music Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns he was accompanied by his wife entertainimiit especially on Tuesday teachers bv the annual meeting of tho such nice visitors Mrs Jess Clarkson and family who Beat Pile Cure on all Skin Eruptions Our Sunday school lesson June 18tb evening and such tropical temperature tpacheis of two or three counties at some have been in Only 25 cents a box Cure guar- Â¬ months have Louisvilletofor the pass ten Mrs N S Bewley of Oklahoma city place accessible to all and under the in speaking of thos who have the new earth retnrced the country for and Miss Claude Stitb of Louisville vis- leadership of a Musician acceptable to life in Christ Bpeaks of how we are dead anteed Sold by Short Haynes Drug the summer ited their sister Mrs VYm Bewley last the Majority of the teachers AVe need to sin This seems to be a strong way of gists Miss Georgie Nusel left for her home this as a iiarbiuger of real music progms putting it If we are dead to anything week in Louisville Tuesday She made many agree upon wo cannot have any association with at Misses Josephine and Katharine lleese Musicians should meet and friends while here and we regretted very GLENDhANE all oar sanctification people are and Fanny Long Louisville spent a day some Btandard of excellence by discus- r ght By the way I have been surely much to have her leave want or two with Miss Annie Bondurant last sions among each other as to methods ing to say that the truly pious are gentle Mr Culley has returned to Louisville and purposes of musical instruction in week Henry Moorman Jr home or sum- Â¬ after a short stay with W H Doran but all ita branches I have proposed this and kind not cold or repellent and love mer vacation Victor Spaulding subjecliThe Heart his daughter Miaa Effie continues her to wnlk in the straight and narrow way before but had no response contained some beautiful truths and an Mrs W O Moorman visited her par Â¬ visit with Miss Maud Doran The members of the B V R O spent fighting functions of the demo- Â¬ The important lesson that one cannot learn cratic party in Louisville had a gala time Wednesday with Mra Chas Drury ents last week too early It reiU wltb Miss Bettie Webb is visiting Mra Dick DerTe kllllng too wtaetbar yen eontlnn tba The Whalleu people had control of the You all know that means a day well entoboco habit Misses Lucy and Mabel Coleman Miss local committee and had expected to run joyed and long to be remembered Mrs Owen this week noiiiTii iu ueairvior tODloi oat ntrrous ilUtren opelis Daisy Mclntirea pupils from Doo Hun the primary to suit that faction but the Drurys kind heart leaves nothing un- Â¬ Master Hunter Mercer has been roal tin juriflM tb blood re- 000 bo I M played a duet very creditably hiked at policemen and the firemen saw differ Â¬ done that her guests would appreciate torei lott muihoodr sick but is better now jnikM loa strong eold 400000 our Muslcale cam cured 11a v inaciunnorTv ently Outrageous proceedings were in Her dinner table was lovely and the WOrAn A from Dr Wilder of LouiviHe wai with dulged in Louisville is called the hot Â¬ coutents delicious So while we have to A number of persona from here went ndnokat voar own drasrffiitwtao Dr Harts sale Friday will votifih for b TaJcb It with Dr Hardinf last week They went to bed of corrupt politicians It may not regard to the culture of our minds we Will natlvnilr nraltttntlT dm Mrs Milt Mathouy goes this week to ut au Bli Spring and other pointB on profes be worse than other cities but I believe alio cultivate our social natures and do IMiaii VTII EVIWI iUVlVliSMK UUY JJL ntrntedtocvrcaorwarfundmonty sional business a fight has begun there that will extend velope beautiful friendships and feel visit her mother at Lewlscort eurtteff mi U Ckluf iMtml Mn X mi in Hardins- Â¬ visited Tom Curtis Little Lamar Yeakel will continue his to other parts of the state We do know that all of life is not plodding or a weary burg the latter part of last week music lessotiB and his school studies witli Louisville lias been the scene of many round PARKERS Golden Rod me through tne Bummer He is a beaut- disreputable political fights I am sorry Miss Nellie Moorman is visiting Mies HAIRDAL8AM OleanHi tod betutlflu tb hitr Mary Peyton Falls of Rough tho btnte Democratic convention will be iful bright boy FromotM loxniUnt growth held there for after tho disgraceful Gray F41 Mrs Jamea Stuart of Brooklvn N Y nenuty in llluoil Deep Miss Bailie Moorman nas returned NTr to It to Bettor Color Youthful faUln Hair scenes pf Monday June IS we may ex Â¬ Kalp difttMi and Mrs Letitia Wilson of Pinkeney Clean blood means a clean skin No irom a lengthy visit in Louisville hair Cord pect riot and murder oil June 21 when beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartrfo ville III are visiting their brother Misses Julia and Lula the ilbh gates assemble for bold and un- Â¬ tic clean your blood and keep it clean by Daniels visited irlends hereRhodes Mc Judge C 0 Fairleigh last week scrupulous men will be on hand no stirring up the lazy liver and driving all inv I enjoy Mrs Lawtous letters from J D Babbage was in town Friday Is the outlook for tho democrat- Â¬ nuiities from the body Begin to day to MALARIA ANTIDOTE Manila in the Courier Journal so much doubt this fall encouraging Senator banish pimples boiU blotches blackheads meeting old friends and making new ic ticket She writes so home like in such a chat- Â¬ Blackburn Is surely disgusted with the and that sickly bilious complexion by taking ones ty entertaining style Iousville democracy if we are to believe Cacarets beauty for ten cents All drug Misses Hall Moorman and May DSmp gist datistaction cuarantced 10c25cCOc Misses Hilda Mattingly and Sue Ow quotations from him by the press The Bter attended church at Falls ot Rough inia were visitors of Mr Stuart Owing Wliallenlsm and Haldemanism dont set Sunday SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC last woek Miss Hilda ia one of the ex just aright with the Senator HARDINSBURG Mrs J D Owen and Alias May More aminors for county teachers NOTE Tho New formula is vary pal- Â¬ man will be home from St Louts Mo Miss Andra Brown was sick and could atable and more effective than Quinine Spains Greatest Need The county Teachers Institute will he Thursday not take her part in the Musicale She Glendeane and West View will play a is a pupil of her sister Miss Ada Brown Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain held in July match game of Played Out Born to the wife of Dr A M Klnche base ball grounds base ball at Glendeane If Run Down and a bright pretty young gin spends his winters at Aiken S C Weak Saturday June 24 just what you need Promotes Mrs Grant Gregory and daughter nerves had caused eovere pains in the loe Juue 13 a girl Â¬ in Jimmie Strengthens of Cloverport Wm Ilensley has recently purchased some new Mattingly camoand his hand Healthy Appetite Mra Emmett Gregory buggy Sunday took Miss You will feel better after second were guests last week of Mrs Orville back of his head On using Electric Bit Â¬ a 11 ae horse and carriage Itoxie Moore to home near McDonlele dose Gregory and her mother Mra George ters Americas Greatest Blood ami Nerve J A Witt haB lately brightened up D O Moorman Dick Owen and a Dowden I Hemedy all pain soon left him He says his residence with a new coat of paint number of others from this place at Â¬ Misses Eva Ilensley and Bessie Beard tliis grand medicine is what his country Prof J II B Logan will be an appli- Â¬ tended the Democratic Convention at Better tlinn Quinine because it Measrs H M Beard and Lewis Kinche cant again for the principals place in the Hardinsburg Saturday regulates Liverund bowels invig- Â¬ loe of Hardlnsburif visited Miss Mary needs All America knows that it cures B N college Our genial and worthy teacher Prof orates the whole system liver and kidney troubles purifies the attundod the com Lewis laat week and Mike Blain of Stephensport seems to mencement blood tones up the stomach strengthens be a euro tip amontt the Democrats for J H Pile left Saturday or Lebanon O Â¬ no after It will do the where he will remain in school until sionno buzzing work or deafness depres ears If the Bagon irets up in time tonight the nerves puts vim vigor and new life the Legislature September when seeing ignorance is Capt Hvan has promised to 9tay long into tvery muscle nerve and organol the James E Stone came down from Louis the curse of God knowledge the wing CERTAIN CURE enough lor the young ioiics to uauce body If weak tired or ailing you need ville to attend the Democratic Conven Â¬ wherewith we fly to Heaven he comes hoys are on the Hagon and The OBryan last Saturday In our search or knowl Â¬ For Chills and Malaria evera guaranteed again to lead us it Every bottle guaranteed only 50 tion they play divinely J W Guthrie has been making some edge To extol his virtues would be to Haynes Drug AT DRUGGISTS I have formed my class or the full centB Sold by Short improv mentson the property occupied gild refined gold to paint the lily to beginning September first 1 hope to ststB throw n perfume on the violet to smooth Dont accept any Substitute by Robert McGuflln make arrangements to nave vocai anu 50c and 100 Bottles It S Skillman who travels or the the Ice or add another hue unto the yiolin lessons given to those who wish DUKES Uliio Scale company camo home last rainbow my patrons for past supthem I thank wtok to remain a few days port interest and kindness ROBINSON PETTET CO Rosco Eskridge who has been livlrg at Harvest is here Mr Geo Wiles is just home from Val jm ins Kind Von Haw wwarj Bought Incorporated at Ekron for a year or more has moved Birith where he graduated in law He paraiso Haying pl jnty rain Blfutton hie family back here to live LOUISVILLE KY home via Chicago and reports Ben camb Crops are looking well of Tom Pusey and Preston There were forty eight applicants here Richardson Office In Rear of Moorman J tliu K Johnson is very poorly Owen looking well and getting last week at the teachers examination Grinnell as Drug Store along finely Palmettoos and ice cream had to lay for certificates to teach school FORD3VILLE Congratulations to my old friend Bob off Friday When you can buy 4 large cakes of soap at the Eclipse Grocery or flvo Owiug of Wolf Creek upon this his Miioh of the corn will be laid by dur Mrs Chas Beard has a new piano May ing tne next ween cents why spend your time and labor In second venture in matrimony making soap fall with soft radiance through sunbeams Mft J D Cooper and eon Huber re Â¬ of Marlon Campbell Hornto their lives and rest like a benediction of a flue boy the wife and Miss turned home last week Mrs Owen Cunningham June 10 love and hope Mary LaSeine down to church MIbs John Duke and wife visited her at Cave Spring went Saturday the organize iting Sallie Cooper of Rockyale Is vis- Â¬ to last At the Democratic primary delegates brother Bill Brown last week relatives at this place a Missionary society were instructed to vote for IlonGus W MIbi Vanette Barrett spent a ewdaya The liluhest price we can ny or our or Gov No Instruction Richardson Parham indMfi Sarah 0 Ban Â¬ With Mra John Walker last Heelc but the delegates are all Hardin men integrity is to part with our alt to keep ard have rentedthe ojtf Hamuleton ho- Â¬ Miss Day of Whitesvllle was the Bro Leltchflehl made a strong speech it Mr Parhara was tel from Mr Barnes which did much good Nxt Saturday night and Sunday is in the Hardinsburg hotel a while where guest of Misa Nancy Smith Sunday Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds The Misses Early of Whitesvllle were Wednesday night of Normal with the Hey W B Sneads appointment at the he gave the public good accommodations of Dental work Now that Mr Barnes has refurnished the guests of Miss Nannie Kissinger p trraduaUa Address by Mr school house orations Mr Clarence Armet anil wife of Dun- CLOVERPORT KY Jim Lynch of Pateaville is cutting and overhauled the Hambleton house Hoekinaon of Buffalo Ky remarks by 1 A GREAT TRUTH Â¬ Boils and Pimples Give Warning Naturo is overtaxed sho haa UNFAILING SIGN THAT her Whenway of giving notice that assist own ance isnocuea alio noes not asx tor until it is impossible to get along without APPEALING help Bolls and pimples are an indication that NATURE IS it svstem is accumulating Impurities which tho bo gotten rid of thoy are an urgent appeal fof aaafstaac rnn nri D must a warning that can not Bafoly be ignored run flLLI To nog loot to purity tno blood at mis time means mora than tho annoyonoo of painful bolls and If those impurities aro allowed to nnslzhtlv Dimples remain the s vstem guooumba to any ordinary illness and la Hlv unable to withstand tho many ailments whioh aro ao prevalent duriflg spring and Bummer Mrs L Gentile 2004 Second Avenue Seattle wash says I was afflicted for a long time with pimples whioh wore very annoying as they disfigured my face fearfully After using many other remedies in Tain 8 8 8 promptly and thoroughly oleanaod my blood and now I rejoloo In a good complexion which I never had before vi W II uuuiopiui lapi nhnttanooira Tonntuv awritesu Ti Tl Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon mo causing great pain and annoyance My blood seemed to bo in a riotous condition and nothing I took scemod to do 3l Wm5wU any good Six bottles of S 8 8 cured me completely ana my blood has been perfectly pure ever since AN Vi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 S 8 FOR THE BLOOD and Is the boat blood remedy because it is purely vegetable the only ono that is absolutely free- from potash and mercury It promptly purines the blood and thoroughly cleanses tho Systran builds up the genornl health and strength It cures Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheuma- Â¬ tism Tettfir Boils Sores eto by going direct to the causo of the trouble and forcing out all impure blood Books free to any address by the Swift Spooido Co Atlanta Go Is - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AUCTION SATURDAY JUNE 1 24fh Commencing at Oclock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I will soil at auction a lot of Hotel Furnishings consisting of Blan- Â¬ kets Sheetings Counterpanes Towels Napkins Bedding Beds Dressers Refrigerators Chairs Chinaware and a great variety of other articles needed in housekeeping All sales under 500 cash over that amonnt I will take note with good security AT PRIVATE SALE I will sell my Livery Business I hava 5 Good Horses 4 Buggies a Surrey Spring Wagon Road Wagon Hack Cart 3 Seta of Double Harness 0 Sets of Single Harness Lap Robes Whips and a great variety of articles needed in the business I will sell all together or separately This will be a Klondike of bargains REMEMBER THE DATE Saturday June 24 atl oclock Â¬ FT HEYSER CloverportKy Â¬ Â¬ Special Prices Will bo made in hot weather goods from now on We are making preparations to add an extensive addition to our etoro and we find so Â¬ that we are compelled to reduce our stock Â¬ that the work can be conveniently done i Â¬ Heres a Sample SLIPPERS The Best for the Price you ever saw for Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ A At Â¬ 9c Cqmo in and Wo have better grades at higher pricesi Bee HUGHES TONIC tho things wo have for hot weatherwear -7 Prico thera too Youll be sure to buyr W E BROWN Irvington Ky The h I TRY IT iif Vr r 15 Over V o V JkZiv Â¬ Â¬ OASTOniA COMPANY P J iroP WILLLUMBER SHINGLES Long Distance Telephone You wilt now oook a good investment for your savins The best known investment is improved Raal Estate Secure your grqund and write to DOOd CREAM vt- - LI f ff 494 fI LISVILLE KoMtol JKV S0 Dr J L HOOfcMAN Dentist FtHOYMrslSIsTaffi ioxix pax AM rrfX For sale by Worms JR FiW Ckvprf Ky IFUC 9mnrrimrfmWtm -- im