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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ltTV U - K aI4s iw XXIII THE BRECKENRIDENEWS w wii AIaIa THR NElWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1899 w MMM n ii - VOL CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 portion of Hardins instructed voto and an n result tlio minority report was de Â¬ fore-- NO 50 j POLITICIANS IN THE SADDLE ji feated by tho Goebel Stone combination by a vote of 411 to 308 About olo von oclock or just after the adoption of tho majority report a most dramatic scone took place P Watt Hardin precoded by his man dg r James B Thompson was seen com- Â¬ ing down the isle in the direction of the stage Immediately cries of Hardin I Hardin I Hardin I came from all parts of the house until the uproar became deafen ing Hardin reached the stage and gently waving his hand for quiot ho prepared to speak Inteusc expectant silence ensued A pin dropping at that moment would liaye disturbed the house It was at this moment the most sensa Â¬ tional tho most dramatic moment of an intonsly sensational and dramatic con- Â¬ vention that P Watt Hardin made the following speech of withdrawal Ttie hour has come when I myself Louet act Realizing that tho interests of the party demand an expression from me I am here to make it I love my state my people my party and my plat- Â¬ form and I appear before you to say that loving my party better than myself I now withdraw from this race This fight has been a peculiar one Much has been said by all sides that has been severe I have given blows and taken them without winching but tho time for blows has ended I am willing for tho sake of my party to put myself attho mercies of my enemies in this fight There is not a man in this house whose eyes I cannot look into and Bay that I have never done him a wrong X waive all that is personal and my name shall not be placed before this convention again But I have ono request to make of friends and foes alike in behalf of the party and the platform and its future dont transfer it into the hands of those who slaughtered us before I forgive all that is personal My name cannot go before you because I believe it best that it should not I believe however that friend and foe alike should shake hands and say well come together as true loyal Democrats and make an or- Â¬ ganization that wo can support Is the fight of 1895 to bo repeated I say no For the honor of Kentucky for the honor of the Democratic party let us forgl volutin thecoma of the honor of old KeSmcky ooiatbg5theE nd give us an6aJD4jbxfwill win for this Â¬ fin i k if fcKr Ooefiel II r aM Stone Are Now at Dag gers Points BETRAYED THE MAN WITH EMPTY BREECHES LEU IV 4 ffl8 1 d It was the Most Sensational Convention Ever - Held r in Kentucky Party Seems to Have Surrendered to Bill Halde man and tjhe Courier Journal ji ho would listen to any ovortures from tho Goebel people In the moan lime ho could agreo to no proposition from tho Hardin men and the conditions were the same at tho opening of the evening session as they were in the afternoon despite tho attempt of the Times to create a Btampedo by falsely stating that Goebel would withdraw from the raco When tho delegates gathered for the evening session they were in fine humor The police wero present to the num- Â¬ ber 150 and were prepared to do the will of their masters The delegates were too good natured however to start anything and be Â¬ tween the roll calls they Bang hymns and rag time songs They jollied each other to a One delegate moved to adjourn tho convention to Lexington His mo- Â¬ tion was amended by another delegate the amendment being to the effect that the delegate be allowed to convene at the bluegroes capltol by himself A delegate yelled Hurrah for Red wine I Another improved this by pro- Â¬ posing Threo cheers for red eye I Delegato Ruby the backwooJsman from Washington county made a num Â¬ ber of speeches An umbrella was raised over his head and a body guard fanned him vigorously whilo he addressed the house He put himself in nomination for Governor and got three votes Ballot after ballot was taken with the same results and about midnight a reso- Â¬ lution was adopted to drop the hindmost candidate It was a Goebel resolution and the Hardin and Stone men voted against it The resolution was lost by au over whelming majority The convention adjourned until ten oclock Monday morning Continued on Second Pago ll aVA R -- Baking- - Absolutely Pure HOYU gAKINd POWtWH CO HEW YO Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome New Packet Line Capt Pecklnpaugh of Rockport was hereon Tuesday trying tostart anew packet lino He proposes to run the steamer P J Clark between Derby and Troy making daily trips Cannelton Enquirer GOOD PRICES FOR TOBACCO Market is Beginning to Show a Great Improvement HARDIN WITHDREW BUT WAS FORCED BACK INTO THE RACE Xi If ni l - I 1 Police and Thugs Were in the Hall to Intimidate and Charge The Convention l The Farm Journal is cheap but nottoo cheap to be good it is full of ginger and gumption and has as many other good things in it that you can use as any at any price It will bo sent for the bMince of 1800 and all of 1000 1901 1002 and 1803 nearly five years to sub scribers of the Breckknriuoe News who pay ono year in advance I was soriously alllfcted with a cough for several yenrs and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before I have Prospect For a Short Crop Olvcs a used many remedies without receiving Bullish Tendency To Prices much relief and being recommended to try a botilo of Chamberlains Cough The prospects are that this will be tho Remedy by a friend who knowing me poorest tobacco season ever known In to be a poor widow gaye it to me I tried it with the most gratifying results Kentucky The first bottlo relieved me very much The lateness of the planting Benson the untoward weather conditions and and the second bottle has absolutely the ravages of worms and grasshoppers cured me I havo not had as good health Respectfully Mrs makes it certain that the crop will be for twenty years Mary A Beard Claremore Ark Sold very short This prospect has stimulated tho de- by A R Fisher Clovarport R A Shell mand for tho woed and prices are on tho man Stophensport jump with no evidencos of falling off Seyeral splendid sales were made last New Drugstore week at Louisville by local planters We call your attention to the drug Taylor Cook Druryf of Rsetta sold advertisement of Mr A E Pophain 25 hogsheads of tobacco at Louisville which appears in this issue He has a last week at an average of 7 00 They thorough knowlege of this businoss nnd came home elated at the price he will appreciate a share of your pat Â¬ Milt Miller sold threo hogsheads of ronage His stock is entirely new and Burley last Thursday at 13 all round comprises nil goods carried in a first class John Thrasher of Petri sold five Btore of this kind hogsheads of Buily at750 050 Si 70 8 40 and 8H0 Lee Wall t sold 2 hogsheads of Burluy lugs at 000 and 7 30 A shallow jaundiced skin is a ot disordered liver as it spring- tytin - pa-pi- -r from biliary poisons retained in the blood cheerfulness which destroy energy strength vieor Imp in ess an I life HEitBINE will restore the natural func Â¬ tions of the liyer and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought For Bears Signature CASTORS A Infants HOT OTI3E3 XIT OTXaZEl LTD TOT77T-- itiiiiiiiiMitfiiiiiifitttti NEW DRUGS orS m m m 5r if Hardin candidate and Rod wine a most intense Goebel partisan was the Goebei Stone candidate Chairman Thompson to facilitate the business of the convention bassed on the contests in the vote for temporary chair- Â¬ man and ruled that the delegates be al- Â¬ lowed to vote whose credentials had been signed by the regular chairman and secretary of the mass conventions As a result of his decisions the Stone Goebel candidate Itedwine was elected over Sweeney by a very few votes after an intensely exciting and close election chess players Itedwine was declared the temporary The delegates composing the conven chairman and from the start he showed tion had no rights that the bosses were that hi was Goebels man for the place bound to respect and the votes they He is weak prejudiced and from the start commanded were considered as commod- - his rulings were more arbritrary than itiea that could be bought and sold for Boss R ed in his palmiest days would certain considerations have used The convention was altogether unlike The representatives of each faction were in a position to trade or enter into democratic conventions of former years Questions of democratic policy were any deal or combination with the confidence of delivering the goods at any lost sight of and local political issues of time whether the delegates willed it or Louisville engrossed the sole attention of the body no Weaver and Bill Haldeman fearful of The delegate in fact had no individu ality Collectively the convention con the revolt against the political methods eistod of three flocks of sheep One was that aro now characteristic of their ad led by Hardins bell wether another by ministration were prepared to use every Stones bell wether and tho last by resource and mako the most tremendous efforts to capture the state organization Geobels bell wether On of the party and to perpetuate their conThe convention met Tuesday Monday the delegates began to arrive trol of city affairs They had the scheming artful unscrup- Â¬ and the candidates to open up headquarulous ice berg Goebel on their side and ters at the varioub hotels On Monday night everyjptel in the through him controlled the weak milk city was filled with guestsTlu vari- - and water cfQuv of a man named Stone pus headquarters of the candidates were Tho two aspirants for the gubernatbri filled with delegates who were treated alnomination Stone and Goebel al to free cigars free beer and free whiskey lowedjheir insatiate ambitions domiuntil they became tired of smoking or nate sentiment or principle and the re Â¬ were made happy by largo juicy jag sult was thaV the men became greater Everybody felt that the convention than the cause would develops sensational events The P Watt Hardin a- - strong resolute district meetings that were held at Music roan would enter into no agreement or Hall Tuesday morning indicated the compromise with Haldeman or Weaver strength of the iactions and when it was and ho was the man they had marked over it was clearly apparent that a for slaughter The election of a majority of Goebel Stone Goebel combine had been formed to beat Hardin ites on the committee on credentials The convention was called to order at made it possible to reduce Hardins in noonTuesday by Chairman Thompson structed vote so that he would be a Two candidates for temporary chairman small factor in the race were put In nomination Goebel propoeed to Stone that in con Bweeneof the Fourth district was the sideration of throwing the regular Louis- Â¬ i ville and JefToreou county delegations out and seating tho Weaver and Ilalde man dolcgatca an equal division of he Editorial Correspondence Convention Hall Louisville Ky Tuesday Jano 27 The Democratic State Convention now being held at Music Hall in this city will go down Into history as the longest the hottest and tho bitterest political1 convention ever held in this state The game of politics that has been play od from the start has been one of intense interest The wire pullors behind the scenes were master hands and they madetheir mbves - with the brilliancy of expert Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The majority repprjwag clearly the most outrageous caso of highway rob Â¬ bery that has ever occured in a conven- Â¬ tion in this State The politics had become as dirty and fonl as could be expected of corrupt arnpYJPgyear Hardin said Lnow withdraw PURE DRUGS a P Pennsylvania The Hardin men realized that they were to be eiyen no show at all That they were to be crushed by every high handed unfair method that could be do Â¬ vised They became desperate and talked of revolting Rumors of a bolt began to circulate with persistent regularity and several timcB it seemed that a rump convention would materialize The convention met seyeral times on Wednesday and Thursday but was un- Â¬ able to do business on account of the dp lay of the report of the committee on ii credentials The chairman Redwine was as weak as a jolly fish and the convention in exasperation at the delay of the committee and the incompetency of the chair threatened to reorganize and elect a new set of officers On Friday this feeling became so in tense that Charlie Bronston the Senator from Fayette exclaimed in an impasÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - w - - Â¬ y y Â¬ L I ft Virginia AT f - jM T r - M wfl if - - WW- of Mothers Frlmd beginning six months before oon- flnepnent She felt perfectly well Up to a eyhoura before the baby was born and wasln Jabor less than two hour She had no nprnlng sickness no headache no dls- tieasnp tfghtneis no swollen or rising breasts Her baby was alrong and the plo- of health Mmtkmrm Friend U the only rem- Ar known which relieves the expectant rmthars It is a liniment to be applied ex- Nothing but harm can come from tejnklly taunf medicine Internally at such times A Internal preparations said to relleye com Inff mothers are not only humbugs but Mltlvely dangereua A J MrfMr Prfeiut ti f I a bottl t L 4rupgUU or 9 can cnd t p JtradfleM ftegvlator Co Atlaita G M4t lJHSj Jf syssheused five bottles - vote of Loulsvillo would bo made be- Â¬ tween the two candidates Then in order to rob Hardin of al Â¬ most a hundred more votes contests were manufactured in various counties that were instructed for him Notably so was the case of Matcalfe county whero the mass convention had been without Incident A majority had boen given Hardin on every vote taken and no contest been filed But to furth er Goebels ends one of his heelers named Pendleton went over to the neighboring county of Barren and there with Jim Rlcharusoi3r held a Goebel coamiUon of his own and as a result of this outrageous proceeding the regular Metcalfe county delegation was unseated and her lye vote for Hardin were di Â¬ vided m 2 ware given to Goebel tht sioned speech This convention is in the bands of political cut throats thieves and assassins I Tho desire to transact business became bo reat that it resulted in a mass meet Â¬ ing at Becks hall where various speakers arraigned Redwino and his bosses in tho most severe and bitter terms A res- Â¬ olution was adopted calling for the chair to call the role of counties on a vote on every question that came before the convention Nearly all the speakers favored the abolishment of the secret ballot and a return to the viva voca vote At the Friday night session the coun- Â¬ ty delegates had a bitter taste of Halde mauisra Weaverlsm and Geobeliam The chairman Redwine Issued about 200 tickets with his slgnaturo on them Persons who had a right to bo on the stage were excluded but the tickets were given out to policemen in plain clothes to firemen and to as tough a gtng of thugs plug uglies and cut throats as the sconringB of the slums of the city could produce These forces were augumentod by a mob of policemen and henchmen of Weaver and Haldeman who packed the floor of the convention They were there to fight or vqte as their masters saw fit to dictate The slightest disturbance would have caused this blood thirsty mob to have charged the convention and blooshed would have resulted The delegates ou Friday night real Â¬ ized that the convention had b en packed that a mob had been gathered to intimidate them and hat the chair with this backing was in a hioet arbritrary bumoi They became disorderly and obstruct ed all business and the convention war compelled to adjourn uutl the next day On Saturday morning the committee on credentials brought in its report The majority report undated a large Â¬ f from JaMracmearrinten8el3V emotional scene took place His partizans who nad made a fierce desperate fight for him rushed to the front of the platform raised their hands appealingly and with voices trembling with emotion called out No I No I No I When his speech was concluded the reports of the committee on organization and resolutions were read and adopted Nominations were then In order When the Third district was called Congressman John Rhea nominated W J Stone for governor j Charles Wheeler seconded the nomination Judge Tarvin then nominated Mr Goebel In his speech Tarvin denounced the Louisville and Nashville railroad and commendid the Goobol election law Judge Hargls created a sensation by seconding Goobels nomination on be Â¬ half of Hardins friends Bronston also seconded Goebels nom- Â¬ ination saying that he would rather a brainy politician get tho nomination than a cripped democrat Leon Redwino of Breathitt county seconded the nomination of Gpebel He is a nephew of Judge Redwine J N Kehoe of Mason county also seconded Goebels nomination James Garnett declared Adair would vote always for Hardin The nominations were closed and the call of counties proceeded Tho Hardin Then came excitement men threw their votes to Goebel until at ono time he was within thirty votes of a nomination It was when JelTerfrou county was reached that the convention realized to what depths of treacheiy peilidy and shatno that Weavensm Haldemanism and Goobelism could sink The agree Â¬ ment had been made that Louisville should divide its vote equally between Goebel and Stone But Lee Suter see Â¬ ing a possible chance for Goebel ig Â¬ nored every promise and obligation and cast the entire number to Goeoel This on the heels of Daviess counly casting its entire strength to Goebel proved to the Stone men that they had been be-Â¬ trayed John Rhea started a stain pedo by changing the vote of his county to Hardin Then began a period of intenso The word was passed along excitement the aisles and county after county cast its voto for Hardin The lattera adher Â¬ ents on the floor became wild with joy They yelled and danced like demons Hardin was forced back into the race While pandemonium reigehd Rhea Willard Mitchell and Ollto James Sweeney mounted the platform and ap pealed for quiet They assured the con Â¬ vention that if order was maintained and a ballot taken that Hardin would be nominated A ballot was then taken and on re Â¬ Stone capitulation stood as follows 883 Goebel 323 Hardiu 301 XAer tbs ballot by mutual agreement hnnititnHnn mltmirn Ait itrilll lvnntmv wThja balance of the afternoon was one A eurexcuemeut hi iuu uuiaru uoiei Tatty managers held conference but all jar o purpose Stone declared that he would rot be Â¬ Â¬ NOW ON SALE AT A E Pophams New Drug Store IRVINGTON KY I have just opened up a splendid stock of new and pure s drugs patent medicines and all the sundries usually kept in a I will make first class city drug store Prescription a Specialty And will fill every prescription carefully cautiously and scien- s Â¬ i tifically using only the purest and best drugs Give Me Your Trade AND I i WILL GUARANTEE YOU PERFECT SATISFACTION A E Popham IRVINGTON KY F IWWrjl 11 1 ilVo J it y xVifcw t -- r i1V iffiiiilMnniit i toUlfcu tiSffl imn Breckenridge no D News PriprUtri 4V 0 BaUaga Edlton and POLITICIANS IN THE SADDCE Continued from First Page Hardin Saturday and which forced that candidate back into the raco was the work of Juno Gaylo E G t- - WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 IRflJ nils Dan fort Its Lecture A proof of the growing sentiment in favor of WomanflClubo was evidenced in the fairly representative crowd that assembled in Iryington college on Fri day July 23rd to listen to the lecture oa Spanish Art dollvered by MIbs pan forth True the masculine element was conspicuous by absence rather than by representation but when one takes in Â¬ to consideration that this is tho season of harvest and tho section occupied by a people having a remote analogy to ProfMirkhams Man with a hoe this seeming derolictlon is easily accounted for It was a modern version of Venl vldi vici for Miss DaD forth came saw and captured her audience A woman of grave dignifl id bearing and wonderful magnetic personality she held her listÂ¬ eners spell bound even bfnre tho sub-Â¬ ject matter of her lecture was fully tlucl dated The subJectSpanlsh Art was chosen as in a line with the course pursued by tho Fortnightly Club for tho current year Her handling of tho subject showed deep research as she delved back into the distant ages to show the influence wielded by Celt Phoenician Therian Roman and Moor in molding Spanish Art Velasquey and Murillo were given prominent places as true ar- Â¬ tists and some idea of the beauty and granduer of their works were shown in tho really fine illustrations depicting same of their greatest paintings But Spanish Art was not all of her lecture She had been a delegate to the Federation of Womens Clubs recent Â¬ ly held in Frankfort and her talks on Clubs and Club work was listened to with rapt attention She gave a glowing account of the no Â¬ ble work being done by the Federa- Â¬ tion and tho desire evidenced by the ladies to uplift those heathens not fir from our doors She spoke of the really good mission Â¬ ary work that the various clubs wero trying to accomplish in the mountain districts by teaching in a kindly cbris tian way the domestic and culinary arts to those isolated people With Miss M T Elder in Donahoes Magazine sho believes that The man with the hoe so terribly paiuted in Prof Markhams poem is not a misnomer but a startling nineteenth century reali- Â¬ ty and Â¬ SIX tk rat CAUU3 OF THANKS f 10 eeiU 0UITDAUIE9 catrgtd PAGES rr Hie at Ike far I UrTV I I Every Day m Every Mon Shows a steady and healthy increase in our business which goes to that the good people of Breckenridge and neighboring counties are preciating our efforts to give them all the Newest Brightest and Goods at the Lowest Prices ever named in this locality TffToIlw tirr4 rata f Editorial Correspondence Convention Hall far at Malt ar Ilia MONET IK ADVANCK H A GREAT OFFER Â¬ Farm Journal From Now to December 1903 Nearly Five Year publishers By special arrangement mado with the of the Farm Journal we are enabled to offer that paper to every subÂ¬ scriber who pays for the Brkckkniuikik NKwsone year ahead for onlvl both papers for the price of ours only our paper one year and the Farm Journal from now to December 100i nearly Ave years The Farm Journal is an old established paper enjoying great popu- Â¬ larity one of the best and most useful farm papers published ayThia offer should be accepted without del iy Enlarging tils Business A B Oliver of Custer is a hustler He has added to his general blacksmith ing and repair business a lino line of fancy groceries harness and hardware Truths Tersely Told Foleys Kidney Cure is a safe sure remedy for all Kidney and Bladder Dis Â¬ ease Guaranteed 60c A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Will Board Dead Will 15 Jar d one of the most consistent Christians end moBt earnest church workers in this county died June 20h at his home near Kosetta He had a complication of stomach and bowel troubles Death of firs Preston The many friends of Mrs Lewis Fres ton of Ouster will learn with regret of her death which occurred last Friday She was sill cted with consumption Mrs Preston was twenty live years old and the mother of three children She was a woman of many virtues and will ba missed by all who knew her Mysterious Shooting A mysterious shooting affray occurred at Halls saloon Wednesday afternoon 1 Ether and Charles Hall had hot words and Ether had been heard to threaten Charles Halls it A pistol shot was heard afterward The two men were tried before Police Judge Skillmau Charles Hall was dismissed Ether Hall was fined one dollar and cost o The case will come befoie the Grand Jury 10025c a011 Educate Your linnets Wli Cuacarcta Cnthnrtlc cum constipation forever If CCC fall UrucKlstsrcrund money BIO REVIVAL Great Crowds Gather at Church ery Night Ev- Â¬ Elder Bsare the Christian minister is conducting daily and nightly revival services at the old Presbyterian church He has a strong personality and a pow- Â¬ erful voice and is doing splendid work He is most original in his methods and pays especial stress to having good sing Â¬ ing of Pike City Cal During my brothers late sick neB8 from ecintic rheumatism Chamber Â¬ lains Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave him any relief Many others have t stified to tno prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport j 11 A Shelluian StephenBport Mr says P Kelchaiu Merchants to Observe the Fourth Elsewhere in this issue of the Nkws appears a signed agreement by the mer chants of this town to close their respect ive places of business on July 4th All who may need anything for this Â¬ Â¬ special day should make arrangements the preceeding day The merchants are to be commended for this act It shows loyally and patriotism as this grand and glorious day is observed all oyer the nation It is a day of mingling together visit Â¬ ing old homesteads and renewing old acquaintances For relief and comfort in Asthma BALLARDS HOKEHOUND SYRUP has no equal Price 25 and CO cents A R Fisher Business In The County Court The citlisna of Cliftou Mills havo pe- Â¬ I- - titioned the County Court to make a vot ing place at that point Tho matter was brought up last Monday but was not de Â¬ cided Charles Radeuheiraer A J ltye B A Parks and E M Norton were present urgiug the Court to make the change r everal yuurs ago Clifton Mills was the voting place being so for many years Afur tuu uiulnct waa changed and the town of Irvloglon established the poll was changed to Webster Now that there ia a voting place at Irvington the Clifton Mills people think that their place would be more convenient and central for the whole district than Web- Â¬ ster A petition was filed in the County Court last Monday signed by the nquls ite number of voters asking for a vote on local option In the Bewleyville Irving ton aud Webster voting precincts Tho election will be held on the 20th day of August The application of J E Ohapin and Son for distillery llcentto was rejected on account of insufficient notice Bun th lh I1 Yob Haw AJwart Bought Internal cincer bleeding eating aoreaara all cured by II II 11 the moat powerful blood purl tier made All druggliu tell II II I 1 are bottle Write for trial boltle and at aamper pie a bott a of II II II will be tent by return mail all charge j prepaid Addrni BIOOU UAIM CO ji j Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Deacribe your aymptointaad free pereonal medical adrke will be week The Misses Pulllam of Louisyille are visiting their father Judge Pulllam of this place Mrs T E Ditto and children of Louis- Â¬ ville are visiting Mrs Dittos father Mr John Coq Misses Minnie and Lulu Bland after having Bpent a weeks visit with Miss Florence Anderson of this place re Â¬ turned home list Saturday Master Erabry Wrather who has been attending school in Chicago for the past ten months arrived here Sunday night accompanied by his cousin Nannie Fu sey of that city Mr Wm Brown who is Warden at the Frankfort penitentiary returned to his duties there this week Will has been on a visit to bis family near here for several days Will is a jolly good natured fellow Mr Levi Hobbs of near Big Spring deliyered a bunch of fattened hogs at tho depot the other day and five of his hogs were dead when he took thorn out of his wagon It was during the ex- Â¬ treme hot days Mr Alex Montgomery of near Big Spring made a detour down through this and adjoining neighborhoods last week in the sheep interest Alex is as clever and as liberal a stock buyer as ever struck this brush Frank Miller who works on the L H St L caught a young coon up at Horse Shoe Bend between here and Ekron and has it as a pet but he says all coons dont look alike to him by any means for he can tell his any where he BLOOD CURE SENT FREE sees it A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Ede Â¬ The friends and relatives of Mr Ben ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Olarksons family sincerely sympathize Cancer Etc with each and every one of them in tho If you have tried aaraaparllUi patent modi lota of husband and father Mr Clark cinct unit doctored and still have old pertutent sou was loved by all who knew him for orei pUnplea diatretilng ctuplionaol the akin arma or lejji itching tarnation Irritating akin he had an oyer kind word for every one troublci eciema acrofula ulceri contagioua blood besides being one of tho most energetic polaon aver aorat mercurial rheumatism catarrh colli Uce covered with little urea cancer or any and best buslnes men our county has blood taint then give II II II atrial became II U II U mail for Jutt auch Botanic lllood Hal ever had carta and It curea to Hay cured thole atubborn Mr Owen who Is traveling in the in Â¬ blood dlteaiet that other milder n adiclnea fail even to benefit Allabovenatned troublea are evidence terest of the Louisville tobacco trade of bad ditaaied blood lo the body and II II II curea becauw it force all the polion or Impurity or spent the night with R J Patteson last blood humora out of the bodybonea and entire ayt He has been on the Louisville tem To remove all doubt ol IU power to cure we week offer to lendloany auffcreraaamplebottleof II II Breaks for several years anil can tell U absolutely free II II II i an old well tried remedy hence we know that It cuiea oatay cored maay amusing Incidents that have hap Â¬ for the people cured by II II II year ago are well pened there He relates many a joke to day and free from all blood Itapurltlca that Mr Andy Graham perpetrated on Cancer Bleeding Eating Sores Cancer ol Note lip fare ear or neck externU the ire queuters of that nlace or Â¬ Tuesday Junk 27th of this convention the utter incapacity and the abject servility of the chairman Redwine to Uoebelisin became apparent When tho convention was called to order at 10 oclock it was noticed that the hall was packed with policemen There were fully 160 present and quite a number of detectives and firemen in plain clothes were in the hall This enraged tho delegates and John Ilhea made a motion that tho hall be cleared of the police Redwine thought that when the police wero ejected tho delegates would throw him out of tho window and elect a now chairman and he refused to entertain the motion The creature of the convention then became greater than the sovereign body The delegates howled at him to call a vote oi the motioD He said the motion was out of order and ordered the clerk to call the roll of counties on the nomi Â¬ nations for Governor The delegates paid no attention to this They drowned the secretarys voice with cries cat calls and with tho They sang My blare of tin horns Country Tis of Thee Therell be a Hot Time and Old Kentucky Home Several witty fellows improvised songs and one went as follows Redwine Redwine Pve been thinking What a glorious thing it would be If you were transported Far beyond the Northern sea The delegites haye no respect for the They liugh and jier at hiin chair When he confers with anyone on the What stagd the delegates howl out When he takes does Goebel Bay lunch they charge that Goeb 1 pay a for it In fact they charge that every act of his life ia controlled by Gojbel This is the first time in histoiy when policemon passed on the credentials of delegates to a Democratic convention Yesterday morning Emmett Orr tried to get into tho ball The policemen tried to put him out A struggle ensued and while it was going on Chairman Redwine turned as white as a ghost and ran to the rear of the stage The dele- Â¬ gates yelled Coward Pals wine I Red swine at the retreating chair- Â¬ man Orr finally got in aud as a result of being roughly handled by tho police he has retained a lawyer and will sue the policeman for 10000 Goebelism is master of the situation through the chairman who is Goebels creature The parly has been turned oyer to Haldeman and Weaver The Courier Journal is the illljial organ of what was once tho Democratic parly but now exists as such in name only Goebel opuuly boasts that he will get the nomi- Â¬ nation or make it bard sledding for the man that does He has become greater than the cause The mans insatiate ambition knows no bounds His followers are mostly made up of political pimps who believe that any low trick is right They all say that if Goebel gets the nomination aud every voter in the State votes against him he will still win as he willrount himself in The fruitless delay in nominating the Governor Is wearing out the minor can- Â¬ didates Their headquarteis are no longer the scenes of festivity and good cheer They are deserted and free beer free whiskey and free clears are a matter of history They have become a tradition Later in tho day the secretary began to call the roll on the nomination for gov ernor lie was several times howled down but he persisted in the call Men who were unauthorized to voto did so The Hardin men refused to vote The Coutier Sournal with character- Â¬ istic unfairness and disregard for the truth said this morning that the noises made in the hall came from LAN em- Â¬ ployees and Wiialleultee They wero made by the outraged Stone aud Hardin men who realizsd they had elected a chairman who waa the puppet of his ir aster Tite Stone and Hardin men would like tor the convention to adjourn and for the question of the gubernatorial nomi- Â¬ nation to go back to the people Today a dark horse is being spoken of and the name of John Young Brown is on the lips of those who favor tho nomi Â¬ nation of a man who has kept tree from the btoih of the convention One thing is certain ttiis convention has developed a brainy politician in the person ol Juno W Gayle candidate for auditor He is a warm hearted impulsive generous young fellow with the brain ability and executlveness that makes a fine politician John B Thompson gets the credit of much of the work that is done by Gayh The stampede that was started for On the fifth day I YEARS lOll Why let your neighbors know it And why give them a chance to guess you arc even five or ten years more Better give them good reasons for guessing toe other way It is vct easy for nothing tells of age so quickly as gray nair LADIES HOSE IPf y Vl Ladios and Gouts Mens Cotton Sox Soxl - Ayers Vigor is a youth renewer It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth it never fans to restore color to gray hair It will stop the nair from coming out also It feeds the hair bulbs Thin halrbccomes thick hair ana snort nair becomes long hair It cleanses the scalp re- Â¬ moves all dandruff and prevents its formation We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you 11 m Mil JM p uLfi 5c 8c For Fast black hoBO NECKWEAR in all stylos and shapes 5c Black or Tai For Fas- For Boam less fast black hoso Ladies lielt Buckles and Neck Clasps Largo variety o WVg I U For Meni Gray or Blue mixed also Fas JJc Black or Tan Seamless Sox t 10c j I For full regular made fast black hoso Ladies While Kid and Black Ribbon For Tan or Black drop Btitch regular mado im- Â¬ patterns For Cryfilal Brand Blacl or Tan Sox high splicci heols and toes Kr QCrr For imported f3 full regula mado fast black tan o Good valuo ported hoso NEWEST FADS For Ladies Fino Im- Â¬ plaid box 25c Hoso regular made heels and toes ported Black Cotton high spliced THE FAIR 15 OLOVERPORTS LEADING ONE PRICE HOUSE Ask Handsome premiums to purchasers of 10 12 and to see them and demand coupons STORE WILL BE CLOSED OV JULY 4 TH HARDINSBURG Prof Fowler has returned to Custer Mrs James Logan is visiting at Troy Ind Herbert Beard lost a fino mule last week Mrs Robert McGuffio is visiting at Buras They cleaned up the liquor business in Ouster mighty slick Rev J W Bigham went up to look in upon the convention B F Beard Co began Invoicing their otock last week Dr A M Kincbeloe is having a cistern dug at his home The newsboy j had a big run last week for the evening papers Mrs Sam Fate has cone to Bewleyville to visit her fathers family L P Chick of Louisville is the guest of Frank Mercer for a few days You cant hold your job very long with Winebrinner and do nothing Prof Milton Coke would not object to a good position in the B N College We have 500 Backs for sacking grain to Bell yety cheap Kcllpsa Grocery Co If you cals dont keep out of the water at the lake you will take cold you will Mrs Judge Board and daughter Miss Irene spent a day at Harned last woek visiting Miss Ella Robertson of Glendeane was hero Monday the guest of Mlsa Eva Hensley Mrs BM Jolly came down Sunday from Irvington and spent tho day with Mrs Hensley Fresh roasted peanuts from the Boss toaster every hour in the day at the Eclipse Grocery Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard have just returned from a two weeks visit to Louisville Norman Hensley went to Fordsville last week to work a few days in the rail- Â¬ road telegraph office Prof J H Logan and family left for Troy Ind where they will bo absent two or threo weeks Mrs Blake who has been ill with con- Â¬ sumption for some months died at her home at Garfield last Saturday Go down to the lake any time you will and you can always ilad a crowd The lake is a ereat public resort Richard May of this place went up to the Convention the first he ever at Â¬ tended in his long life as a Democrat Mr EHuy and Florence Cottrell came up Sunday evening from Cloverport and were the guests of Miss Alice Baker Col Bill George the house contractor was here ono day last week trying to se Â¬ cure the contract to build tho Catholic church Young Butler ol West View accom- Â¬ panied by Dr J T Baker went to Louisville last week to consult a physi Â¬ cian for htart trouble Jailer Gus Shellman returned Sunday evening from Louisville He is slowly recovering from the operation performed on him for appendicitis Â¬ If you do not obtain all the bene flu you expected from the use of the Vigor write the doctor about it Frobably there Is some dlOlcultr wun your Kenenu STliem wnica nay be easily removed Address Dr J C Ayer Lowell Maaa 1 1 in his front yard making the hottest kind of a speech and seeing no ono present but his family who were playing croquet in the side yard I asked him whom he was Bpeaking to and he said he saw mo coming up the road and thought he Who loosened and let down this Jaw would just get started good by the time Oh At altera Iordt and Ilulera In all lands I arrived well I gave him an audience How will you ever straighten up thik shape for a few minutes and then told him The query will at least be partially that I couldnt stand on his platform un- Â¬ answered when club work widens wo-Â¬ less Bill Goebel was our nominee so it mans sphere and her influence for the IsjuBtthat way Tom Goebel and his good and the pure in language and in election law cant carry this state see life makes itself felt throughout the length and breadth of the land The Farm Journal is choke full of A Fortnightly Mkmber gumption and has the largest circulation of any farm paper in the world It is Bumarks Iron Nerve good everywhere We offer it for a short Was the result of his Bplendid health time as a prizi to advance paying sub- Â¬ Iudomitable will and tremendous energy scribers to the BrtECKKNKinaE Nkws a are not found where Stomach Liver year ahead and the Farm Journal for the Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If balance ol 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1002 you want these qualities and the succes8 and 1003 nearly five years all for the they bring use Dr Kings New Life price of our paper alone Pills They devolope every power of Any Old Sore brain and body Only 25c at Short fc Uaynes drug store Cut Bruise or Sprain quickly healed with Banner Salve the greatest healing remedy in the world A It Fisher GUSTON Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Miss Maude Adkisson made a flying trip to Brandenburg on business last BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Dave Henry has been very sick for sometime Miss Celeste Beavin visited Mrs John Nevitt last week Mrs Pate Mrs D O Johnsons mother is her guest Edwin Jolly is spending this week with Hurbert Cain Miss Hallie Moorman of Glendeane is a guest of Miss Lena Dury Our representatives at Miss Danforths lecture were highly gratified KDCain of Parkland is here for a pleasant stay in his old home Miss Florence Cain visited relatives at Irvington several days last week Miss Mary Paul was visiting at Irving Â¬ ton G us ton and Stony Point last week Wm Cain attended Quarterly meeting at Howells Hardin county Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Z T Stith attended the funeral of Mr Ben Olarkson at Big Spring Monday 20th Mrs Thos Ditto and children of Louisville are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity Mrs Sam Pate of Hardinsburg came Saturday to stay awhile with her parents Mr and Mrs M P Payne Rev Leitchfield and Bro James Lewis will speak at Webster July 13th and at Walnut Grove July 14th at 8 oclock p m on temperance Mrs William Hardaway and children of Meadow Lawn havo been among numerous friends in Breckenridge county for a couplo of weeks Mrs Mary Orendorf and Miss Ger- Â¬ trude Growler of New Albany will be in this community this week to visit relatives Mrs Barbara Coll and son and daugh Â¬ ter left for their homo in Missouri Thurs- Â¬ day evening We regret their short slay and look forward to a return of the visit Quite a number from this vicinity atÂ¬ tended the entertainment given by Mr We con Â¬ Orabbns school at Irvington sider the exercises a complete success and congratulate the teachers and pupils that they weio enabled to execute such excellent work Goldkn Rod wlta yon wheUkar yen eonliaua te llretta removes the desire or tobacco wlia HrwM SBBBsH at nsrvaes distress es peisDMovni ssaesr aj imo M r bum peruse mStM Mere lost manheod Wiaa rITII erel T eJMDcasvwrM tiieo Politics Is getting at such a pitch around here that men are seen ground any old place mallng speeches Mfr T E Connlff after coming in off the band car the other evening was standing out S jT 1 arai m m Tlllwlkk VtllnAliAIltlrnaralitantlv nu bOIei UfQillr enroll IbaieiMM aerutaed to ears er wa refund uoasr h uses sMeiree aea sea saaaw i0-- Tta esAOrroa ssVwl- -win your owa di urclsl wae Beeek i vaunfa H Mrs Marvin Beard After the program delightful refresh Those present ments were Berved were Mesdames M II Beard T H Withers R N Millor M D Beard Misses Allien and Minnie Murray Llda Mercer Mary Board Alice Baker Mary Smith Bessie Beard Messrs M H Beard M D Beard T H Withers Chick J P Haswell Jr Herbert Beard Frank Mr Lewis the railroad agent from Mercer Jones Mercer and Claude Mer Stophtnsport came over last Monday cor night to attend the Masonlo lodge and Volcanic Eruption returned Tuesday on his wheel Are grand but8kin Eruptions rob life Dr T D Renfrew will visit Hardins Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures burg July 3 lie will remain nearly a of joy week If your teeth need attention it them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons will be to your interest to consnlt him Corns Burns Scalds Miss Tula Daniel Miss Mary LaSlour Warts Outs Bruises Best Pile and Mrs Owen Cunningham went to Chapped Hands Chilblains Drives out Pains and Greenville Ky last Thursday to attend cure on earth a meeting of the Womans Missionary Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guarÂ¬ anteed Sold by Short k Haynes Drug- Â¬ Society gists Misses Ella Hook Neta and Ada Beard Emma Bigham and Eva Hensley FORDSVILLE were the young ladies who attended the commencement exercises at Irvington Miss Leila Camp of Henderson is the last week guest of Miss Anna Potty Revs Litchfield of Brandenburg and Mr Loyd wife and children are visit Â¬ J W Lewis of Irvington will address the people at Webster July 13 and at ing hliielatlves here Jasper Reynolds is reparing another Walnut flrovo the 14th on the subject one of his houses for rent oi temperance at 8 p m Dr T D Renfrow resident dentist of Mr and Mrs John Broderick anent this city will make his usual visit to Bevoral days in Louisville hit week Hwdlnsburg July 3 Those who may MLu Georgia McOabblw Stephens-Â¬ need dental work of any kind can have port is the guest of Mr and Mrs W II the assurance of his work giving satis Sargent faction Mre Hines and family Rockport Ky Reports from near Kirk are to tho wero visiting relatives here last week effect that the tobacco crop in that sec Mrs Leo Mongomery and babv weu tion is pretty short Joe Potts Ely and to Owensboro Sunday to visit her pai Matt Mattingly James Durham and oth ents prs who are big tobacco growerB will Mrs Lou Martin joins her husband t not have anything like a full crop this Irvington where he has taken a posltioi season as Pharmacist W H Bell who has been living at Mrs Martha Miller after spendin Alexis IU about a year has recently several weeks with her daughter Mr secured a position in the public schools Polk Gilmore left last Monday for he of that place at a fine salary He has home also been selected to read the DeclaraDr G L Morrel pastor of tho fin tion of Independence at a big public Baptist church of Owensboro will le gathering there on the Fourth of July ture at the college hall on Saturda Phillip Weatherford and wife of night July 1st 8ubjjtt Cranks Ad Louisville were here a few days last mission 10 and 15 cts All are invite week the guests of Mr and Mrs Taylor Fordsville is on the boom in the ij Beard Mrs Weather ford was formerly of new buildings W J Jones n of this city Miss Annie Pulllam residence is mar completion also B Arthur and Hannah Mrs Beards two Wallaces livery stable But my oh 3 children returned with them to Louisthe sidewalks in part of the town ville to remain a week terlfic The camp meeting has not blown over A party composed of Mr and V Five hundred preachers and laymen Groves and daughter Mies Fani more or less have inquired about the and Mrs O Smith Miss Jessie Its Well Hardinsburg camp meeting Messrs Harry Stum Auther SmS brethern its a go if we have to furnish Claude Wilson leit Saturday for a pleat the stuff to mako it go This old town ure trio to Cincinnati They will bi and the wicked world for ten miles joined by Lou Johnson Tuesday around needs another shaking up MisaLulia Daniel Mrs Oxen Cun Little Mary Emma Baker gave a birth- ningham and another lady whoea name Quite day party on Saturday afternoon we do not romtmber of Hardinsburg a delightful time was spent Mary Em accompanied by Mis Sa lie RichardBQr ma is quite a popular little girl and the or Union Star stoppod at this ph party was quite a success Delightful Tuursdny ulghl on their way to Grei refreshments were served to the little ville to party Her party consisted of Delia meeting attend the Annual Mission They gave quite an inter Tula D Babbage Carrie Klncheloe ing talk on missionary work at the Bigham Lillian Beard and Mary Frank K church lin Beard Keep it in Your Home And when the bowels fail tp act proj On Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard entertained the Silver iy take a dose of Lyons LaxaJ Cross Circle Quite a delightful time bYRUP It acts gently but tffdctual was enjoyed by overy one The house the kidneys liver and bowels will W was beautifully decorated in roses The your system in good working order an host and hostess are two of Hardins make your complexion clear burgs most popular young people and BIG SPRING certainly entertain in a most elegant way Each member of the circle conMiss Edna Dowell is visiting relative tributed something toward making the evening a success in Louisville America Circle Reading Mrs M H Born to the wife of Fred Etdlin on tb Beard 23rd a daughter Instrumental Solo Miss Beard B 8 Clarkson Jr went to Orvr Quartette Charming Fellow Mrs R eprings Saturday N Miller Misses Mary Board Mr Dick ClarkBon of Elizabethan Mrs L Smith and Alice Baker was nere Monday to attend his brotl Reading Mrs Withers itinera Instrumental Solo Mrs M D Beard Vocal Duet Then Turn thy Thoughts A typographical error made it to Music Soft Mrs R N Miller ueorgie uusel instead of Miss G and Mary Board tinsel who had just left here Reading Judith DeJarnetto Miss Virginia McElwee of nil Instrumental Duet Mrs T H Withers Bocks Mo is here visiting her and Mrs M D Beard Mrs James Y Olarkson Reading Miss Judith DeJarnetto and Miss Eflle Cully of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Louisville been here visiting her cousin Mk uoran returned home Monday Mrs Eula Graham and little ter Louise of Murray Ky are hi lung uer motner Mrs Archllles man Mrs Geo Olarkson and daughh ut v Connor of EIzabethto spending a few weeks with Mr uiarkson Dr 8trother was called laat to Grayson Springs to the bedaldaa 8 Olarkson Sr who had gone th auout a week ago for his health A gloom of sadness was cast over aud community last Sunday when news oi the death of B 8 Olar received Irom Usayson Bprlugs had gone the week before I munlty has lest one of its be- and the family a kind fatno wile a true and loving huabaa tend our sincere sympathy Dout Tubacco Silt an J Smoke j ro quit tobacco oaally and torn -- j nulla 2 full of lir w T vwMm4 vinura r -- reavedfamil nJ Yr teed troof All DookUt and i wuwuj vo drngUu80oorll Wait 4ui fre Addr cl tmiMco ortitw xe Proved BwmUcJaI The general rain that dreicbed thli section flatnrilav afternoon of nuit money value to our farmer provJ highly beneficial to growing ieiefx d make the proepeUfQre bright Jj It 4 aMLlssssssssssssssssslsssssssssssssssssssssssssss - - ywnnMj asW r K f- t- v1 J ft f M BARBECUE GLOROUS AND til Will be given near BTCES STORE in a Beautiful Grove on PICNIC HON D R MURRAY JOLLY 1 nB luo oat s SATURDAY r E3IJLS RECKENRIDGE JULY 15 made by 18 99 of iho 7ay will be ack ccd There will be plenty to eat and all the cool drinks and refreshments jssary A String Band and Dancing Floor will afford facilities for In the afternoon a speech on the leading questions ala i or THE BEST OF ORDER WILL PREVAIL SB BARBECUE DINNER ONLY COSTS 25 CENTS PEOPBIBTOES ZfcTOZRATXILT nesa that would Lave put a piairle to blush This brought down the house nlso the brother of the young lady so humiliated and be demanded on the spot blood or punitivo damages The young man freely gave up his dollar which wont to reinllate tho punctured Bhirt waist Which goes to prove that it will not do to go up against a shirt waist whether it is loaded or not Hawesyille Plain Dealer H TLBELIIsrca- Â¬ OHA1TCELLOB AN a Ky better controlled by the Board of Commissioners who give to this work their went personal attention than by the Governpnr VEDNE8DAY JUNE 28 1899 or of the State Fearing that the statute referred to may not be immediately nd at amended and believing that we havo sltion ie Next Qovernor of Kentucky now a Superintendent meeting all the undersigned Uomraifslonersof the riquirements which tho closest scrutiny nding nn Kentucky Asylum for the In- - of tho Board of Commissioners can pre-Â¬ Mra tVould respectfully state that the scribe we earnestly request that this r her oration which they repiesent unlike present Superintendent be retained fllind Asylum and tho Deaf and The institution under tho SuperinAsylum of this State and unlike tendent referred to Dr E SI Wiley is o first I charitable institutions in all the circumstances considered most II iec Similar turday State in the Union with the ex excellently managed The improvecontrolled in the ap i j fori of three Ib Superintendent and ment in the sanitary condition effected nt of its JVjte during his administration about two oortant oflicors by tne uovern- - years is in every way striking His State and not by its Board of skill his intelligence his numanity his ionere Tho resut of this anoru- cheerful disposition and his untiring en- Â¬ 1 is very detrimental to the ergy fit him remarkably well for the of the Asylum fcr the Insane position he holds and we therefore aek te And the fact has been so in this public manner and uige upon the iwn that the undersigned take next Governor of Kentucky before any Method of calling the atten one man be elected or even nominated Uure Governor and of the for the position of our future Executive ifi pernicious statute which that he shall make no change in this the hands of political workers particular office metimes unscrupulous ones as state In making this K rd of party service the appolnt- - the underlined request we wouldare as Commissioners plUcers who should be selected equally divided in their party allegiance i Gun fj e greatest care anu wnouy re- - as is possible of the nine Qve are Demoi nameii of party amiiatiou or party crats and four are Republicans Their It is folly to suppose that an in concern for the interests of the patients such as this could be properly of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum overtd when neither its superintend- - riding any possible political bias causes any one of his three assistant them to be uuanimous in their earnest nor its re- - demand that Dr Wiley be retained as is nor its stewaru appointed or can be remoyea Superintendent iard of Directorsand when even E S Stoll rintendent cannot name or re J D Hunt aese subordinates It would be J It Morton impossible to conducts railway Mat Walton V an express company a bank Wiluur It Smith r or even a store under such Geo W Hkadley ak NEWS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jf Â¬ Â¬ jfent Arat efforts have been made to 0 FnMcMkkkin Milton Young N W McDowklu statuto so amendod as to com- those of other like institutions State but to no effect and it is on unt that the present mode is irect attention to so injudicious relative of selection of the desired change in tho d until a wise and just public n on the ball eecuro such chance a jr the time being effective with Grayed the Eastern Kentucky Asylum bh the power of oar next Gov- - ethtotj brotl ltsAfvlnm are 000 helnlesa wards wo many of whom rt quire the fitful treatment all of whom enianaged and treated with n ordinary care The sanitary eijs alone of an establishment Hid call for unusual ability and r care of a Superintendent for Jularly helpless patients can e certainly be ascertained and The editor of the Farm Journal asks Why have a mortgage on the farm poor crops sour bread grip leak in the roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the closet or any other pain or trouble when you can get the Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1008 nearly five years by pay Â¬ ing a year in advance for the Bbecken This you can do if you KinaENKws are not too late Robinson Killed Lute Robinson well known here was shot and killed at Powers Station Satur Â¬ day by a mm named Arnold who was drunk Robinson was a peace officer and was attempting to arrest the man Hawcsvllle Plain Dealer it G Ohl t i wJ U hil es Tlie Farm Boy Must Have a Chance Heretofore theyJiave been able to get on in the world and equally with any other class They have neyer slighted the grand opportunities afforded them to acquire fame and fortune Those who have left the farm aud gone to the cities have made their mark havo distinguished themselves in the professions in manufacturing and in the marts of trade To day a large part of the great business of the cities is carried on by the sonB and grandsons of farmers It has b sen said and perhaps truly that wore it not for the fresh and virile country blood that is infused into city life the cities themselves would soon decay But how is it now How does the far- Â¬ mer boys chance compare with what it used to be now that corporations and trusts have taken control of nearly every thing We will let the Republi- Â¬ can Governor of one of the greatest western states answer this question to The power to start in business make a career has been taken away from our educated young men The boy comes from the district Echool the high school or the university quick witted able competent and seeks em- Â¬ ployment What does he find This that he must choose between farming a trade a profession or a clerkship in some corporation The mercantile world as it was or Â¬ ganized thirty years ago no longer ex- Â¬ ists Ability does not count except aa corporations can use it When they are supplied the boys must go to farming or go into politics and may be turn politi- Â¬ cal tricksters The corporation jobs professional mechanical and clerical are given fl at to the 8ons of fovorite of the stockhold- Â¬ Any small jobs left ers and directors over are given with more or less show of generosity to young men who are per- Â¬ mitted to do the work for which some of the favorites get the pay Brains ability power in tho young man without capital will eventually bring if his life is spared to maturity a fair living salary no more unless as sometimes happens an unusual bright man comes to know too much to be put off with only a salary Thus we find to day hundreds of thous Â¬ ands cf young farmers sons too vainly seeking positions where they can by frugality honesty and hard work rstab llsh themselves in honorable business become heads of families become men among men lay up a competence of old age instead they find only the crumbs that fall from corporation tables instead they must take tho menial places at small salaries with little hope of ever rising out cf the position of servitors It behooves farmers who have rom who have to make their own way in the world to consider whother ti lists and soulless corporations are a good thing to apologiz for and encourage Â¬ Â¬ S YOUR FENCE ffi ffi 4 EYESORE C It it an old picket ft -- a - a a o a -- A a A A g - O 11 a ii 11 6 A- A A A J y 6 1 - t -- - 6 A A -n t c - - a a A s i -- - - The Kidney Complexion The pale Ballow sunken cheeked distrepeople you so often meet are aiilcted with Kidney Complexion Their kidneys aro turning to a parsnip color So is their complexion They may also have indigestion or suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia brain trouble nervous exhaus- Â¬ tion and sometimes the heart acts badly The cause Is weak unhealthy kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney disease does not find out what the trouble is until it is almost too late because the first symptoms are so like mild sickness that they do not think they need a med- Â¬ icine or a doctor until they find them- Â¬ selves sick in bed Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build up and Ltrengthen their weak and dis- Â¬ eased kidneys nurify their diseased blood clear their complex ion and soon they will enjoy better ssed-looking Â¬ kidney-poisoned jj J 9 y - - 11 4 - -X iji a A a J - affair Does it detract from the beauty of your lawn Are you ashamed of il7 y If so you had bet- - ter decide to have a new one put up aSHIflP SI SKsla HiriHTV flRNA MKNPAl nnil nrliln lnnnv to nnv nlniH ttx irmil nnlntn nro R nntv LicrhtneBS of Every part of itstiengthens Construction Strength Durability and its Lasting QuaiULb It is built on scientific principles There tlm ntlinr nort Thnm In no Rtrnin and ton vears after it is nut in it is as firm as it was when oriirinallv 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 most expensive iron fences and beats them all in appearance Clovehpokt Ky May s 899 Tub Owknsboro Fence Company What tho Editor Gentlemen I The WillUrai Pence mote than ptoses me It is a thine of beauty and a joy forever It enhances the appearance of thin of my yard and discounts the other wire and iron fences in the city I never got Ktertur value fir my monev in mv life lnrjor Suva Ucllevc me JNO D ItAIIllACK v It speaks for itself Call around and see the lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages residence W T BARNETT IS AGENT smelleth to heaven aud the aroma of a new laid moth ball shifteth through the T E3IE3 because it Is Cheapest Txrxi-x-x-A-n- Es is Best It is Bst because it is Cheapest zfzejstcie Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Cloverport Ky ri 5 vert vhenl wy Blaglattoi JUnzoutthtoil Ring out tkafalM XlagtaOMtrM we Bring to you wo new ana true irora fmiey lorcsu oi nuiwny uh t d DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey T 4 Horse Book ib as full of good renseasan egg is of meat Its motto Always spoak to a horse as you would to a gentleman is the keynote of its treatment cf tho whole subject There are twenty five chapters including ad- Â¬ vice on feeding and watering stable management whims and vlcee ailments and their remedies harness hints about stable colta education care of the feet etc Many of the illustrations have beon made from life The book is handsome Â¬ ly printed and substantially bound in cloth The price is 50 cents free by mail address the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia Biggie lid of tho clothes chest Who hath soirow Who hath woe Who hath redness of eyes and stopped up nose He who lnonkeyeth with house cleaning Who pol Who masheth his thumb health Who utcth his lipj with blasphemy You can get the regular sizes at the He who imperileth his iium irtal soul drug store at fifty cents and one dollar tarryeth at home to tack down carpets or you may first prove for yourself the wonderful virtues of this great discovery for Fifty Cents Swhmp Root by sending jour address to Ouarantenl tobacco bablt cure mattes weak men strong blood Dure Wv 1 Aii druetcUts Co Bjnghamton N Y Dr Kilmer for a sample bottle and a book that tells ills Name all about it both sent to you absolutely A maiden fair with suu kissed hair When writing kindly free by mall mention that you read this liberal offer cime tripping down tho street with face si rene her age sixteen gee whizl But the UUECKKNHIKCIH Nkws On a banana peel slick bIih was sweet eh i came down quick with a jolt that Who Hath Woe but the words she eli 10k her curls Man that is married to a woman dur- Â¬ us id must I e excused for shes one 0 youug chap ing house cleaning timo is of few days tliu nlcat girls Tne naughty w10 saw th mishap and smiled with of carpet tacks aud full Ik idish tlullgUt will regret ttie same A cloud of dust obtcureth his vision when he II Is his na no is pants 111 xt and great gobs cf dark gloom oppresseth Sunday night his soul He riseth up betimes sniffeth tho morning air with a heavy heart and an obstructed nose NERVOUS He snutced a raw pancake from the griddle and rusl oU to hislabjrs deprea MEN ed in spirit and talu rated with dyspep Â¬ sia 2 NO NO PAY He returned at noon and falleth over nnis Muitr TlPTlinn TTIKATMKNT a mop K will polorltlnal with Dri K v tlveiy euro lorever ujr lunu ut Tho dull sickening thud ut the be i ctexual uisoMO n u uw Tears exiwlenco in tho treatment ol larrupptd carpet is heard in the land theso diseases ij Two quten of his household cruwneth SYPHILIS 3 herself with a dirty towi I and a fierce W This terrible Mood Poison tho terror fi look Afmaubni VIAIlia TAAIIIIV IU UUrilUII H llewaro of Mercury THBATSILNT Her sceptre Is a broom and carpet Potash oto Thoy may ruin your system It you havo sores in tbo mouth or tongue fuzz cilugoth to the et lviwe of her nose pains In tho Joints soro throat hair or eyebrows falling out pimples or blotches Sue rtStimbletu an avenging aigjl stomach derangement soro eyes bead- uu aobes etc you nao mo Jaige quantities of real estate settldth Wo 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favor of the fat pocket book in way of illustration took a dollar bill and In representing its many sood qualities pushed It rather hard against a lady sit ting by him when the shirt waist In horror at the rude touch retreated or in other words collapsed betraying a ievel- - InllhwbatwocUlm shreds lie drlnketh a little cold tea from a tin cup and prepareth for lied A live carpet tack buyeth lis fangs in his foot Ho yelleth in agony flelliuamlnlt and bumpeth the plastering from the cllirg In a vain aid futile endeayo to jump through the roof He lleth down on his couch and watt eth his pillow with his tear The fetid flavor of bedbug specific M 350000 liSATMKNT CURED mat and euret lMlbnlunn iv BYWIILIB OLrJOT WIQOOKLB iiurmuiv rl Pressed Standing F liv R SYFHT Cav Of Yaave Uass I arl all IVnvm DatMarHaa a i aw awtii hvu Nil nuim riwiiisjuivaa uuaa yxsXi xiv VfjvnA by JAME8 F BALLARD S Lnula ORMS Mnwfinrr VERMIFUGE Uotl la Quantity soiiS Frr ontrooxsaB Kv Seam wriio for HOM1 Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap OGtyVG T TVj TssssssBalsssI 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing I12t3 KENNEDYS KERGAN 22 W Fourth 1 CINCINNATI O tf and Steel Cap CsttsJoftM 2ffi3 rs Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Hoof Ceweit Writ lor Price an4 pUi iii yptysilljsjlll is iiiiwit sefceMXSaS A ihutT IJ ipwWfcwWWll mmmmmmm miffLmmm l pers destroyed a lot of tobacco but what is left looks well Writes An Interesting Letter From Tho Sunday school will give a Chil Â¬ drens Day and Ico cream supper here Cumberland City Tenn the second Saturday afternoon and eve try CASGA- Alter I win lariaed rcnTI t will liarcrb bad tbape In m The raoet remarkable and damaging in July The proceeds to go towards VT llrrr wa In a Terr without them andth borne bead ached and 1 had atoinacu trouble Mow alnce tak Jiallfitorm passed through thlascctlon two rooting the church In Caacareta I feel On Mr wife baaslaouied GENTS weeks ago that was ever wltnesied I them wltb beneficial remits for aonratomaeb Bad management keeps more people Jos KumLlNQ IJ31 CoDgrett 8t St Louli Mo saw young trees ai much as six incheB COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN through tbat had the bark fairly torn in poor circumstances than any other CANDY must from thm as though thoybad been shot one cause To bo successful one CATHARTip i look ahead and plan ahead so that when by heavy loads or bullets Tho tree tops were threshed off until the y looked like a favorable opportunity presents Itsef they had pasnod through a lire A farm ho ia ready to take advantage of it A TftADS MANN RtMSTIfttD or a short dLtanco out had 75 acres of little forethought will also save much expense and valuable time A prudent wheat so completely cut down that ho and careful man will keep a bottli of could only harvest it with hog Ono Chamborlnlns Colic Cholera and Diarr- Â¬ bulctnce payable after examination Tal Good Do All we rrqilro is 100 down Pleasnt ralaUbln Potentor Gripe 10c cUc old mans cabbage patch was completely Wh arc the only factory In the United Statea BellliiR direct to rider hoea Kennedy in tho house the shlftteas Good NererHlckon Wrftaea destroyed CURE CONOTIPATlON There was nothing loft of fellow will wait until necessity compels We guarantee our gooda for two years most liberal guarantee ever Kt Ywt Ill 1lmr l he full headed Iltllj HraM Imp cabbage but the bare given for You can have your We giye more optlonH than the n Hilar dealers Hold and guaranteed lf all drug btalks I saw the end of a house that it and then ruin his best hoi so going elutato dUJIUTobaoro Habit choice of color height of frame or any gear desired looked as though it had been shot into a doctor and have a big doctor bill to large tubing IIubu Our bicycles have all the latest Improvement pay besides one pays out 25 cents tho with a gun loaded with gravtl The Joints large sprockets arched fork crown drop hangar etc sister Sallie who have beon visiting bark being torn from tho trees is hardly other is out a hundred dollars and thon Miss Alice Mattlngly the parsed week wonders why his neighbor is getting DAY WRITE FOU CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIITIONTO acceptable by one unless they could see richer Misses Lena and Maggio McQary were it as 1 havo Gardens are completely Bale by while he Is getting poorer For CO COLUMBIAN A II Fisher Cloverport R A in Hardinaburg Thursday w demolished Shellman Stephensport CLEVELAND OHIO Will Jolly MiQuady was the guest of Cumberland is a small town situated Mirs Linnle Tate Sunday 5 0 on the bank of tho Cumberland river McQUADY Eddie Rhodes Owensboro was here and the Louisville and Memphis branch visiting relatives last week of the L A N Tho great injustice that Wheat harvest Is about over in this ia Imposed on shippers of the L fc N is Charlie Sheoran made his usual trip to neighborhood Bethel neighborhood Sunday very marked where they have no water Miss Myrtle Pate Ilardinsburg is visÂ¬ competition is Most any point between Miss Bill McGary Hardlnsburg iting relatives here here and Louisville pay as much as visiting Misses Lena and Maude McGary Mrs Austin Brown is the gusst of rel Â¬ twice the freight rato as this point al Â¬ OllieCobb McQaady mado his usual P though they are as much as 100 miles atives in Hardlnsburg RTwsr trip to Mr J D Beeleis Sunday after- Â¬ iSliiM Jn en jhJ Q W A Joly went to Louisville last nearer The freight rate hero is from 15 -noon v2 7Z PK it a Zto 40 cento por hundred while I knowol week to sell his tobacco Mr and Mm J D Beeler were pleas pointo that are 75 and 100 miles nearer Miss Nellie Ciews is visiting her aunt ruit visitors at P Shoeran3 Sunday after- Â¬ that pay double that amount The in Â¬ Mrs Lin as Cooiiib cf Kirk noon justice it seems to be but it la only a J T F Owen returned Saturday from JiiBtle McDauiels Henderson was the case I suppose of taking advantago of a business trip to Louisville guest of Mifs Julia Coomos last Saturday WR if this road The boats are delivering uiHIHHilHiflbM Tico Jolly is in Louisville a delegate nnd Sunday freight from Eyausvillo and Nashville for to the democratic convention 6 cents per hundred Mrs Mrllle DeJarnette and daughter Mrs Rhcda Wright and daughter May MIbh Clnra MtQaady went to Hardlns Â¬ New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and ft Since writing tho above a very heavy burg Tuesday rain with considerable wind and tho air went to Hardinebuig last week EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN Mre Mm Newby visited her parents filled with electricity passod over the Misses Lulu aud Daify Snyder and town Lighthiug hit a tree 75 foet from the Mr and Mrs M L Crews last week Nora Hook Hardirsburg are yieiting CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED store I am now in From the nature of Henry Wright is clerking for Wilson Miss Eflie WeBt TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS tho storm there will bo some damage to Cobb in the absence of Claud Wilson Misses Lena Maggie and Bell McGary JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO report from near by Miss Frankie Wheatly Rock Lick was spent Tuesday night with Mrs Hilary For sale by A It I isher Cloverport Ky The crops in ganeral through western with her aunt Mrs M L Crows last McGary MtQuady Kentucky and Tennessee are not bo week Mrs Will Boauchamp Bethel was promising as last year owing to the back Gabe Wright went to the Tar Springs here Saturday and was accompained wardness in getting the crops out Not Friday to be present at the ice cream home by Root Elder more than half a wheat crop being har- supper Will DeHaven and Mis Clara DeJer vested W L Franks baby has been quite nette accompanied Mr and Mrs W F sick for several weeks but is now rapid- Withera to Cloverport ly recovering His life Was Saved Miss Florence Lewis Cloverport will be here this week to visit Miss Lena Mc- Â¬ Miss Eflie llambleton a winsome las Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful sio from Tar SpringB is visiting Misi Gary for several weeks deliverance from a frightful death Mrs Polly Dean and granddaughter In Ma Wright When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed i telling of it ho says I was taken with Miss Josio Yaeger of Cloverport is Mrs Mary Vance Cloverport are visit to euro yon It is the discovery of an eminent physician Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo- spending the summer with her aunt inK Mrs W K Withers No Intermotion of Business No Knife nia My lungs became hardened I Mrs Josephine Jolly Miss Mattie Mattlngly Planters spent was so weak I couldnt even situp in bed Q Tho first treatment bring i immediato relief It has Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mr and Mrs L H Taul of Tar Fork IH Nothing helped me Inspected to soon cured thousands and will euro you Mrs Robert Rhodes at this place were visiting Mr and Mrs J B Bate I die of Consumption n MR T S WILCOX prominent morchan when I heard of Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Rllley and Miss Monica Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Dopar- Miss Clara DeJernette has returned Teaff Hardlnsburg were visiting Mrs I gave Jireat relief I contlmift tn nan H ec- After vcarj of MilTcring DONS PILE OIN y from a weeks visit with relatives at Robt Mattingly several days last week ure ommended to me The use of ona box effected and now am well and strong I cant Kirk and llurdimburg 1 I voluntarily give ycu this statement hoping it leans Miss Annie Head Falls of Rough who say too much in its praise This mar- Â¬ TS BUf- I of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten J W Pate went to Askin Monday to hrts been visiting relatives here for some vellous medicine is the surest and quick- Â¬ tcring wiin pues est cure in the world for all throat and set up a new threshing rig purchased time went to McQuady Wednesday to Price 100 Prepaid to any Address be the guest of Miss Annie Jolly lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and from him by John Jones 1 00 Mies Monica TeafT Ernie Smith Lena Claude WiUon joined a party of Fords Trial bottles free at Short Hny Bell and Maggie McGary Annie Head nea DrugStoiejevery bottloguaranteed villas jolly young people and started TENN CHATTANOOGA Saturday ou a pleasure trip to Cincin- Â¬ Sallie Brown Virgie Falls and Messrs nati They will make the trip by water Jim Lewis and Finley Brown John F PELLVILLE and all anticipate a delightful sojourn Butler Robort McGary Jim Tenfl Genial Olla Cobb has a penchant for Juette McDaniels and Mr and Mrs T Dr Grifliu of Utility was here Thurs Â¬ L Smith were the truest of the Misses old fashioned song and almost any aftday ernoon he may be seen wending his way Coomes last Sunday Miss Flo Lyons is dangerously ill of up the railroad singing softly to himself Cured When Others Failed heart trouble the refrain to those old favorites Tho S A IaGalh Crown Point N Y Mrs Jiettie Downs of Kirk was visit Mocking Bird I am Dreaming Now writes My wile suffered from kidney ing here last week of Ilallie Siveet Hallie etc Poor trouble for years She consulted several D J Morrison wont to Tar Springs for Olla I He is naturally of a melancholy IWaE3XV3EHXr8 J3 XXXjXjS physicians and tried a number of Kid- Â¬ Tho great rcmwly tor nurvous irosratloa and all dKcases of tho ccnuratlvo disposition and takes life very seriously his health last week organs of cither act such as N rvous Prostration Falling or Lost Manhood ney Cures without getting relief She Imnotcncy Nlchtly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental Worry excessive uso Itud Skinner is the champion squirrel With ovory of Tobacco or OpIuTi which lend to Consumption and Insanity ft as induced to try Foleys Kidney Cure BACKACHE should never be neglected box Sold nt 101 hunter of this country AFTER USING U 5 order wo cuarantca to euro rr refund tho inonqy CO Clovoluud ior Ohio boxes for 500 111 fflOlPS CHKTIICAL It means kidney disorder which if al and in lees than a week after she began Miss Kerrick of Reads Station ia vis lowed to For sale by Short k ilaynes Druggist Cloverport Ky run too long will result in using it she was greatly Improved and iting Miss Dolly Zitt Brights disease diabetes oj other serious three bottles cured her A R Fisher HardinBburg Rev J D Hocker and Miss Ida Simp- Â¬ and often fatal complaints FOLEYS Cloverport E A Witt son will teauii our school KIDNEY CURE is guaranteed for kid M HARDIN F R VILDER The Farm Journal bos nearly two Brandenburg Ky 0 J8J Fourth St Louisville Ky The wheat crop is only about one noy disorder A It Fisher Cloverport million readers each issue it is putting E A Witt Ilardinsburg fourth as good as it was last year in a new press that will print 200 copies a minute it is the beet farm paper in Ed Morrison and family of Ilaynes KIRKKY America and it pleases the women folks vl lie aro at Rev J D Hookers all to pieces We have made a special Mrs Dr Lancaster is at her father Herbert Beard Ilardinsburg was hero arrangement by which we are able to James Rowlands at Eosor veiy sick Saturday Bend the Farm Journal for the balance Rev J D Ilockera youngest child Is J O Haltingly Long Lick was here of 18M and all of 1000 1001 1002 nnd livery Wednesday and Thursday alter the IN IRVINGTON veiy sick and not expected to get well Wednesday Fourth Monday In Each Month 1003 nearly five years to nil subscribers J D Mosely and family of Owens Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Everett Lewis was the guest of Miss of the BitKCKENitiiKiB News who pay a boio visited his brother Mort Moseley Millie Sheeiau Sunday Latest appliances used Good work cuarantood year in advance last week W F Withers went to Cloverport Crops aro splendid hern Grasshop HEN AND WOMEN Sunday after Mrs Lorona Withers and KATE8 ThCTt entr lu loct41 Uatnllntrwcltu 2PtHOT Sir Edwin Arnold says he finds little inspiration in solitude READER OP TUB NEWS HIGHEST JQQ BOYOLH GRADE ladies SOD r Stomach BANK -OF HeiideroHKiOiit8 LoniiTiUe nr iTj HAEDINSBUEQ D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Casl Jrr Bsnitrun 1 8lldi lt Cl 28 IBfJ 411 No rime Card In Effect May 2050 EAST BOUND No BEST BICYCLE BUILT mLr W BEARD MORRI8 E8KRIDGE R M JOLLY INTEREST JOHN A 0 4J No i V J DIRECTORS 0EP0SIT8 SlLoul PAID ON TIME FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT - Rvansvllle Htnderson Baskets SpotUvilte Heads H 0 5Mm 766am 868pm 3 30pm 346am- - 715 -- 58 jl 346 8 01 BISHOP President ft BASSETT DAN 0HILCr Vice President Stanley Worthington OrimtV ti Ind 829 ft 87 313 3 29 344 863 404 418 810 a 23 9 M T Cashier Mattlngly Owensboro llrt lates lowerJfor Rockport tvanman lwlsport Itawesville for Cannellon Sklllman Shops 758 80J 807 820 8 41 820 326 883 8S9 i 400 8B0 4i Grayson County Bank staiusikd 1884 lalcon 1etrle 008 911 1 67 410 423 433 4 40 4 49 4Sf 489 j -- Tcil City J 980 9 42 Leitchfield Kentucky Capital Stock Cloverport Holt 1lerce J odlbug Webster Fkron 9 48 10C4 600 6 03 4 8 607 CYCLE Addison Stephensport SampU 1017 1012 10 6H 5 20 618 623 SO A BOON TO MANKIND DR S5 a - 100000 Paid in 1024 1083 10 40 684 642 6 60 610 620 625 583 4 643V 611 Irvinglon Gaston 1044 10 16 10000 Brnndenbarir I one Drinch Hock Harm Willow Dal Howard mim PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS sJ3aro3g TABLERS BUCKEYE 2 PILE 9ai SzZHCS teiLEJua 3 Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Wast Pilnt 1104 1113 1122 1129 1186 1143 1160am 1221pm Ar 1385pm 603 610 618 626 634 6 40 662 667 603 610 617 630 645 715 7 SOam 645 666 780 7 45pm YOU WEST DQUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street 41 No 4j 8 35pm 845 918 9 SI 944 961 967 1002 10 08 1014 10 24 1031 GET MORE In Inany otherpapcr published theTwiCK-A-WEEK Lv 7 45am 460pm 8 29 8 37 8 43 8 49 West Point Howard 765 826 503 637 6 40 6 48 6 53 5jiniM Willowdal Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg- Guston CURE Ekron Iryington Webster Lo llburg COURIKK IOUKNAL quantity both In quality arH than line Sample 9 00 914 921 9 28 917 9 43 1001 1001 868 600 6 09 626 643 0 61 6 9 7 07 7 20 618 Ii the Tub Twice aWbbk CourikkJouhNai equal of miny dalliei and the aupailr rf a I otha prints more real news more good ilass papers It matter more gnod class matter than any other la sued Wednes lay and Saturday A iiiil cimins Sample copies free ou application slon to agents Write to Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sktlman 98 96J 020 49 Ul 111 712 721 727 739 7 43 7 14 8 04 1016 I I 1036 10 46 10 49 for Cannelton Hawesville Petri Falcon Tell City 1032 1042 10 11 11 1069 1103 1119 1126 COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOD CAN GET Powers t forJHockport Ind Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Lewisport Waitman 1054 9 1130 11 11 1ates 40 812 818 827 833 843 863 9 05 921 9 25 9 32 939 947 lib 11 EHTR Â¬ Stanley Worthington Reads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis Â¬ Why Suffer Agony iisBreckenridgeNews AND TUB 1010 1265 1040pm 125 111 Ar 7 82pm 720am 12 1151 1160 1169an 12 07pm 1214 1222 12 2 45 916 12 68pm lSam 1220 32 1239 12 964 Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Botli Oue Ydar for Nos i and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between I ouljville Uvunvllle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have eltgant high back seat Pass engir Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Lnuisvllle Evan vlllc and St Louis without Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars and elgant Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with out change EDO A It HILL Traffic Manager Louisville Ky L change ONLY This is Tor carh suhKtipti ns only A II subscrip Â¬ tions under this combinati n olTer muit be sent through the ctiice of the 125 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Everything H St L TIME TABLE No h FofdsYllle Branch 10 thats good in IN EFFOT fcUNDAY MAY West Uouud No 31 28 1899 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 1 LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by Trains Bast Hound Train No 6t IM 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 45 OH STATIONS Lr Ir li t n CirrieiJ No2ttNo4 Ar AH PM aBnson HEALTH J rmm GEORGE H BRANDENBURG CASPEKKE KEKTUOKX AM Jewelry and Insurance Â¬ 10 60 13 11 21 11 28 11 33 11 41 U 11 60 67 09 14 7a- 19 23 28 45 62 HardlnbirT I Jun Junction In Bfflin Â¬ 11 12 12 12 12 12 0t Shorthand Full courses Penmanship Etc taught 25 cash or you can pay 1 1 1 1 PM 30 50 65 00 03 13 20 09 25 45 50 65 00 Demnttrr Falls of Rough Rockvale Ituth Asklns Ar Oak Fordsvllle Lv Dompster Glendeana Kirk Jolly n 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 0 00 35 24 20 M 10 01 64 42 80 16 57 5 45 5 20 6 09 5 05 6 00 4 4 4 4 4 4 65 46 J9 27 15 01 6 48 A 663 SO 3 42 3 33 3 29 3 21 318 15 9 C8 9 15 6 44 6 6 am Â¬ Books and blanks rxas The principal ol this schoo is the author of the leading sjstein of bookkeeping which is used In thousands of public and private schools including the public schools ol New York and other large cities The leading system of Shorthand is taught Stud nta from every State Vou can graduate in our spahk time be it ever so little aradnatei astkteil te positions Special XATES TO 100 OR 200 PER MONTH ri 3 tu Daily 41 4a 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlagton wilh Trains Nos 3 and f for points on FordsvUe bmn Ji Trains a 3 4 and 5 run daily - Trains Nos a and 4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 4s Trains and 43 44 THOSE WHO SEND FOR CABALOOUE3 AT ONCE 8AFKTY 0MFJBT HARDIN WILDER aaga West Jelferjon St fl SCHWARTZ SCHOOL Louisville Ky ChtehuUr EagUsh DUuaang Hiaad Louisville and ZDZElsrTISTS rENNYROYAL Beaalae PILLS flvlj ft 14 liDrUfUfrtM4 jartlltrt Utut ty iUp tellef fr Ladle rtrm v 9 kchutepCnejMlcalOMMa4lMsiBeaarsi Louisville and Evansville F W irlffUalcM4 art ajwai nuui Druid it for CkUkttUr Jfeiilb IKnisTVX wnd frruf la lied ud OtU niulUaVlssV IbotM MtUd with bint ril bon TakaW In sthn Rut daitatnuM tviitiln tiotu and imUatUms for la M Packet Line STEAMERS im BllOP Purser Fast Mall Line Betweev in iMUmoatili ft bj all Loci UraciliU Ill I LA DA A MALARIA ANTIDOTE E G RAGO F M RYAN Master W A Jtes f f4 raj 2n - HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID 1ENERAL TONIC NOTE The New formula ia very pal Â¬ atable and moro effective than Quinine J uat TARASCONJ D L PENNY Master L T CCKNER Purser Jplfemp The favorite sport of tho Mikado is horse racing but he allows no betting TELL OITt R H BALLARD Master W B NIVVBELL Purser - I iiflBBS Vy Max Nordau will probably visit Jerusa- Â¬ lem in the interest of Z onism next fall King Charles of Roumanla has pub lished his reminiscences in three volumes Senator Carter if Montana iseaid t be one of the best experts on metals in if -- J0HNS0M 1 MANAOCK zi Inntctirif Jfc t c IVIi IQUIOll llbC lev ivtmi VJ dose If Run Down Played Out what you need Promotes Healthy Appetite Strengthens Yon will feel better nftcr second P D STAGES J J L- - 1 Ilia An1 V TRY It ITI Â¬ iaaaaasaavaaaaaSiov aaVaaa vs- - Better tlinn Quinine because It the nest regulates Llverand bowels Invig- Â¬ DL PENNY Superintendent Slams crown prince is a student at orates the wholesystetn Harrow Eng school feilows New Amsterdam Freight ahipped by this lino fellcred quicker than by rail Travelers will find the stearnirs are udsuT In equipment and arcoinjirdationi The est cnllnary are employed as cJoks and the menu ia equal to that of the best htels General offices 176 and 178 Fourth Avenue Louliyllle WWHITE I President He is popular with his V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ths Nichols Shepard The first visit of novelist to America was made college lecturer upon architecture The Prince of Wales the work no after depressionno burzng oars or deafness CERTAIN CURE Thomas Hardv the will do O V Owensboro Ky Heallao Oil it L an pain iuiiamiy vu 1L mA rurct hm cuts burnt bolltt brubes itch exiVna caUrrn hands fu A n Ajnrrl or o and lips piles and all ulcers or sore otskjr membrane Will cure ore or Inflamed eyes lit 4 houis Horsrnen will And this oil wlU r1 stralcht s cracked heal hal er burns pM ores and ywr drug collargalls U It and If not Price gist will cheerfully give back yonr money Clov OWEN MOORMAN For sal by 15 eta erportKr- - Williamb T I1 A as u For Chills and Malaria fever guaranteed HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY TRACTION ENGINE Nothing that helps to make a perfect road and thresher engine has been left out or alighted In the construction of the Nichols Shepard Traction Engine Everything has been done that science skill and experience could suggest to add to its effectiveness power durability and safety from explosion and fire The boiler is of the very best selected steel thoroughly well mode and provided with every approved safety sppllance The fire box is surrounded by water top bottom and sides The draft damper is so made that sparks and ashes cant drop out and the smoke stack Is fitted with patent bonnet and spark arrester Every part is strong durable and Is thoroughly tested Detailed descriptions and many illustrations of the NicholvShepard Traction Engine aud of the Nlchols Shcpard Seprator and other threshing machinery are contained In large catalog taiijltd free AT DRUGGISTS injurea knee cap Dont accept any RubstituU is now perftcily cured and the Prince 50c and 100 Dottln It ia rtcontly taken again to his pastime of bicycling PETTET CO Speaker Reed is causing somewhat of ROBINSON Incorporated a sensation in Paris with his lumber LOUISVILLE KY iuggait iramenso sisa Yankee twang aud peculiar drawl Office in Owens President McKlnley who is quite a Drugstore lieor of Moorman good whip has Just bought what is dec lared to be the handsomest trap ever owned by an occupant oi the White nir iieiicvca PotersAallif pile 1 ui sild PREPARED TO PKAOTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS J H Hunschc Clover- - The TAILOR portoTirthefaW4thjij Will b si House Aside from the serious inconvenience and pain caused by piles there is a ten dency to fiitula and to cancer in the rec Â¬ Â¬ Dr J L MOOJtMAir NICHOLS SHEPARD CO Battle Creek Mich rsuiah Hous at NASHVILLE TENNESSEE L with full stock of machines and extras VWWWWMyMMWWWWiWAAMMWWVWVWWVVyV MtM iMMMMMMs4 Piles should not be allowed to tun on unchecked TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENTIs an in- fallible remedy Price 60 cbj a bottle tubes 76 cU A R Finher tal regions Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work T r witnrr W liHVf T JMl r M l w - if CLOVEatW KY 0ANIITOfcI1P HIHAlEfel IBHMMlMMMftMbffMJMiiKW V4 H 0mwa4mmi 04 tivJiMw45HMWf Tun gPfPPWHH11 oil S TTWi Jifg iiilil nlwui j rn ijijwwup j 11 i VsJtl4sW lW- - -- JS I - - l good clip cstlon sound sleep a Jfirtc appetite and a ripe old age Care some ofthe results ofthe use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD thing else to obtain the best This rlnsi of work is done at Knights gallery Jake Morrison is at home visiting his family Cortain species of Insects aro destroy ing vegitation There is an epidemic of ball playing going over tho rounty Tho Cloverport baBO ball club wont down in defeat again at HardinBburg Monday Tho HanUnsburg ham tmll club vs the Cloverport colored club crossed hats at tho lattera grounds yenterday Austin Popham of Itvington camo down Sunday to spend the day with his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Popham Mils Betlie Eskridge who lias been attending Bellewooil College near Lsgrange is in the cl y tho guest of rela Uvea 20 elgint photos for 20 cents at Best Koerners Stopheusport gallery A llsli and best mount Call and aeo us Tho nyropath of tho community goea out to Mr E L Clark and wife in the loaj of their child Hawesville Plain Dealer 8 H McOracken has completuly lost all knowled o of mixing paint since the arrival of a beautiful girl at his homy Thuraday George DuRelle Fairleigh of Louis- Â¬ ville has readied this city whilo here he will be the guest of 1ih aunt Mrs J D Uabbage Thos R Blythe of Hardlusburg wac He is much pleased in town Saturday with tho livery business and reports an excellont trade Alfred Bayslntr of Hardinsburg and Mildred Uaysinger Grand Tower Ills were in town last week the guests of Hon Jonas D AVUbou Fred May Jr fireman on the Hen- Â¬ derson Route was running over with joy Monday A fine nine pound boy arrived that bveuiug John Neubauer is tho proudest man down at the shops He has a good reas- Â¬ on to be its a fine girl who made her appearance Friday You who have not purchased your spring hat or bonnet have an opportun-Â¬ ity to get one at greatly reduced prices from Miss Judith Miller Mr Arthur C Sheldon a compositor his moved has on the Nkws family to tho city They are occupying rooms over the Nkws building A host of friends in this city of A L Clark and wife of Cannelton express their deep sympathy for the latter in the loss of their little child which died lost week Arthur Sheldon went to EvansviUe on Wednesday to move his family to Clov- Â¬ erport where he has a position on the Brkckenridqk Nkws Cannelton En- Â¬ GENERAL CASTLEMAN Will Address he Farmers In- - Womans Mysterious Ills Explanation of their nature by Dr Hartmatt who tells how to curt them These Are Facts If you want to appear well dressed you must give careful attention to details and keep abreast with the latest styles Get the newest shapes in Collars buy the swellest things in Ties and be sure that your Shoe is the latest style These are the things that people notice most stitutc Which Will be Held in This City August In lMflk fo WW- - OUNG women arts constantly puz zled about their health In Â¬ deed femalo troubles puzzle nil women Older women havo experienco but few possess knowlcdgo of tho subject Tho periodical suffering is palnfuL It is accompanied by many How much of this is necessary is a matter of guesswork Tho wholo question is shrouded in A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases r iMl Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 28 1899 JUNE rg ft in Brief I TKe Nw5 I M444 4444 44444 44444 Oily Bakery Show in town Fishing is not good Cigars and tobacco at Kings Merchants all closo July 4tb New picture mats at Suzere Get your lunches from King The blackberry crop will be short Wheat terashiog has commenced New groceries arriving daily at Kings Ice cream and soda water at City Bakery Kings establishment is headquarters for lunches Wesley Hunter of Sample was in the city Sunday Good things always to be had at the City Bakery Canneltons Cycle Park has been plowed up Knight still turns out excellent work A reporter of tho Nrwb Interviewed General John B Coatleman at tho Gait House at Louisville last week and ex tended to tlipt eminent Kenlucklan in behalf ol the Breckontldge and Meade County Agricultural Improvement Soci Â¬ ety an invitation for him to address the Institute to be held in this city in Au gust The General consented and will address the body on good roads or stock breeding An invitation hns also been extended tho Louisville Commercial Club and Socretaiy Van Pelt asuren the Nkws that thore will be a good attendance of the representative busiuens men of tho Falls City A meeting of theeitizensof Cloverport will be called in the near future and ar Â¬ rangements will be made to make this one of the greatest most stccesaful moat profitable and happy gatherings ever held in Breckenridge county Â¬ varying sensations that distress professional mystery Dr Ilartmnns book lor women I called Health nnd Beauty treats theso matters with delicacy and at tho samo timo with clearness Write Mcdicino Company Columbus O for it it is mailed free It to tho Dr Hartman defines womens diseases as Is a practical printed talk to women cures them catarrh and tells how Mrs 0 0 Naeve 380 Morrison St Portland Ore writes as follows iii ii V V1W itn in i Pc-ru-- W- i i Il ii 1 Po-ru-- Pe-ru-n- a pm 3 y in photography Buy your millinery goods from Mies Judith Miller Mrs Julius Hardin County was in town Monday 0 R Tousey of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day with parents Jim Thomas of Hawesville was in the city Monday Mrs J D Brashear has returned to her home at Owenaboio Hal C Murray went to Owensboro Monday on legal business Reduction sale in millinery now going on at Miss Judith Millers John Burks the hustling Life Insur- Â¬ ance agent is in the city Everybody will soon haye a chanco to hollow hello neighbor Mr and Mrs Geo Gabbert of Pates ville were in town Saturday Go to Snlzers and ask to see their new line oi ladies and genta collars UnmatchablecofTde at 25 cents per pound at Gregory Gibsons Complete stock of fancy and staple groceries at the City Bakeiy Unmatchable coflee at 25 cents per pound at Gregory Gibsons Webster taylor and wife of Tobins port Ind were in town Monday Umatchable coffee at 25 cents per pound at Gregory Gibsons Rev T V Joiner will hold services next Sunday at Holt at 11 oclock James B Stewart of New Albany Ind spent Sunday with John Hall If you feel at least tatigued go to the City Bakery and get a refreshing drink Money to you by consulting Mise Judith Miller the fashionable milliner Mrs Elizabeth Patrick who has been visiting her daughter has returned home The Hancock Clarion continues to be brimful of local county and State newn Richard May of Hardinsbnrg repre Â¬ sented Hardinaburg in this city Satur- Â¬ day Captain Heyser of the Cloverport Baso Ball Club baa received their new There is more Catarrh in this section the country than all other diseuses put together and until tho last few years was supposed to bo incurable For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail Â¬ ing to cure witli local treatment pro 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 J Cheney Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter Â¬ nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for each case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address Co Toledo O F J OHENEY BQTSold by Duggiats 75c Halls Family Pills are the best of Â¬ when I lived in Columbus 0 in 1887 ever since whenever I needed mcdicino I and havo used it and tho for regulating tho menses and before I havo never found an equal to began to toko it I was never regular and always had moro or less pain I had but without success tried many different medicines before I saw It is not a There is nothing mysterious about tho action of cure all but it cures catarrh wherever located nnd thcro may bo catarrh In any orgaruof tho- body as all aro lined with mucous membrane Mrs M 0 Mehl 604 Walnut St Columbia Pa says I havo been troubled with catarrh and a soreness in my bowels for several years I tried everything and am happy to say that I am now that was recommended I tried entirely woll Dr Hartmans odvlco may bo had without charge by any woman who will write for it His book on Chronic Catarrh is also mailed free It explains tho danger of local treatment All druggists Bell Dear Sins Medicine Co Columbus I began to take Man-a-li- n 0 It Is True That we now have the most seasonable things in Hats Collars for ladies and gents Ties and Shoes for both sexes We have just received them and they are being put on exhi- Â¬ bition to day Po-ru-- Pc-ru-- Pc-ru-- Po-ru-- - Pc-ru-- Po-ru-- A Boy Mr and Mrs Clarence Keith were made happy June 21tb by the arrival at their homo of a beautiful little boy whom they have christened John Edwin PRICES ARE ALL RIGHT WANTS Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion HM Keith Preaching at The Shops Tho Rev Beare is highly unique in his On Saturday he evangelical methods went to tho shops with the choir and A large crowd held special services was present and much good was done foksau thiksiiim machine outfit I threshing outfi cnnilitingot I OR SALE i 33 In cylinder snari- Uciscr tiacuon engln tor 1 automatic stacker Irice very low It will 1 ft pay you to come and bet if ImiLnu auuui AddionKy SULZERS Open Air Concert W WANTBD AGEMS BIO PILOT SNAKE Killed Near Custer Where Snakes Are Monsters Excellent Record WANTED HIGHLAND NUrtSEItY W R Beard who has been in the reg Â¬ ular army for three years has been hon-Â¬ rOi SALE HOUSE AND LOT orably discharged from the service He SALE One house and lot in Kockvale was a member of Company E 13th In- Â¬ FOK further information call on or address MKS K I McCARI Y lockale Kv fantry Hia discharge papers state that FOK SAIE DKUU STOCK hia conduct was excellent pOlt SALE A good stock of drugs Apply to I his in a great bar- Z T Cox Ekron Ky BEN CLARKSON DEAD Kcur mora live amenta to ssil fruit but reliable men need apply gain 4 A suits 0 0 Stlth and pretty daughter Nellie of Ekron visited relatives at Guston J Sunday MissGensle Brashear of Owensboro spent Sunday evening in the city with friends A handsome new line of mouldings for picture frames has been received at Sulzera Mrs Tillman and Fletcher Pauley left Monday for Louisville They will visit relatives Mr Daniel Nugent of Addison spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Geo Wilson John Lilian went to Skillman last wook Hv contemplates purchasing the Younger farm Mr Geo Bentley representing the Hawesville Elevator Co was In the city Friday evening Miss Flora Smith of Oannelton was he guest of her cousin Miss Mary Far- ber last Sunday Stark Haynea and wife of Named were the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugene HayncB last week Vlrge Wilson I attending to the du ties at tho post office during the absence j of Marion Weatherholt Mrs Mitch Meyer and daughters K Ekron were the guests of Big Loeb and family at Guston Sunday Messrs Charles and Ferdman Blk and Miss Joeio Blrk of 0 urensboro were t in the city Sunday evening Do you know that you can get a cal of Tola gum and a handsome silver cup v foVlO cents AskSuitjr about It J 8 Harris and sisters Lenpra and obertLeeof Phil not DtvlVfui rnnnlv r L- - vWtfwt Mrs Joiner ttwlr aunt Ja photography It Is ewuHl m iwy VN 1 came to He is preparing to start town Saturday He said the his threshing machine yiild of wheat would be greater than was fiiat anticipated The Henderson route will on July 2 3 and 4 good returning the 5th sell ex- Â¬ cursion tickets between all stations for one fare for the round trip Tickets good on all regular trains July 2 3 and 4 tickets can be pur Â¬ chased between all stations on the Henderson Route good returning the 6th for one fare for ronnd trip Tickets good on all regular trains Miss Belle Bruce Boyd of New York after a pleasant stay with her grand parents Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd went While there to Hawesville Saturday she will visit relatives and friends A J and G E Turpin of Louisville W L Turpin of Meadow Lawn and R E Turpin of New York City were visitors to the country home of Mr and Mrs Wm Hall at Webster last week Jeff Board a former reaidenco of Pateaville has filed a petition in bank- Â¬ ruptcy Tho assets are virtually noth Â¬ ing while his indebtedness is four or Hancock Clarion five thousand dollars Bight is blurred with specks If your and spots floating before your eyes or you have pains on the right side under the ribs then your liver is deranged and you need a few dpses of UERDINE to regulate it Price 50 cts A R Fisher Mrs James Cuthbertson and Miis liesaie Sims of Bowling Groen and Mrs Ceiese Sterrett of Hawesville came to the city from the latter place Monday to spend the day with Mrs W II Bow mer and Mrs J D Babhage Rav A F Beare tho Christian minli ter who is conducting a series of meet ingj at the old Presbyterian church will have the asaistauca of Rev John Treloai of Huntlngburg Ind who is said to bt an able and forcible preacher Be sure and read our great ofler of the Bkkckeniudqk Nuws for a year and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 near ly five years all for the price of onr pa per alone Just walk up to the captains ofllce and draw the biggest priza you oyer drew Mr Dock Furrow and wife of Kirk Mr Furrow has were in town Saturday 10 acres of tobacco and aaya it is the finest crop in that section Also Charlie and James Durham have out 30 acres but the grasshoppers bad destroyed all but about 10 acres The next beat crop in that section is Wm Downs who has nut something like 12 acres of Tar Fork Â¬ quirer Frank Rupert The Cuater neighorhood is renowned Wealthy Farmer Dies of a Stomach WANTED TIE MAKERS for the size of its snakes Last week J ANTED 300 tie makers Apply to GLEN Trouble DEANE TIB COMPANY ulendeane Ky O Oliver killed a Pilot rattlesnake that measured 9 feet 2 inches In the same LEGAL ULANKS Ben Clarkson one of the wealthiest place two weeks later its consort a and most respected farmers in tho Dig FOR SALE lllank Deeds and Mortgage and beautiful spotted reptile measuring 0 Fonns of Legal IllanU 11UECKEN w feet man 7 inches was killed by tho same Isaac Norton was at Hardinsburg Mon- Â¬ day Stores Closed on the Fourth Mr Thomas Simmons is very sick at We the undersign aeree to close our this writing stores on July 4th 1899 all day Mrs Sallie Williams is very low with Wm Vest Sons consumption The Fair Sunday School at this place every Sun Â¬ Hestou Willis Co day morning Farmers are all very busy harvesting Sulzsrs their wheat Gregory Gibson Chris Aldridge lost his cow Friday Payne Co night by lightening F Fraize Born to the wife of Thomas Dowell F N DHuy June 11 a fine boy Base Ball Game Mr Daye Roberts of near Sample vis Â¬ ited in town Tuesday is to be played at Hardinsburg There wife were at Gar- Â¬ Horace Yates July 4 a professional game of base ball field la9t Saturday and shopping between the Scribners of Louisville and Gene Haycraft who cut his foot some the Hardinsburg team All who enjoy time ago is slowly improving this kind of nmusement will on that day Jesse Hook has accepted a position in We hope him success have the opportunity of seeing an excel LouiBville ent game Miss Mollie Aldridge of Irvlngton The manager of the Hardinaburg Club was the guest of Mrs Sneed during the meeting proposes to give all visitors a pleasurable quarterly The quarterly meeting which was held day at Wesley Chapel on last Tueaday and Wednesday was largely attended Harris Burk Miss Ida Bruuer who has been staving Mr Charles Burk and Miss Hallie O with her sister Anna Hook for tho past Harris residents of this county were three months has returned home married at the St Rose Catholic church Mrs Eliza Payne of Harned visited yesterday morning Father Brey offic- Â¬ her brother John Yates last week and also called on her brother Horace on iated They are well known in this city and Monday Mlfs Mary E Sutton and brother their host of friends wish them much Jonn and Mies Savanah Norton attend Â¬ happiness through out their wedded ed Childrens Day services at Clifton life Mills Sunday Hardly a day passes in families where B ALLARDS SNOW LIMINENT is not needed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises rice 25 and 50 cts Burns and Scalds A R Fisher there are children in which Spring neighborhood died Sunday of a complication of diseases He had been ailing for some time and went to Sul- Â¬ phur Springa for his health He left a large family to mourn his loss ICIDGK NKWS OFfiClI FOR 8ALE S0JA BEANS or Soy Beans and Cow Peas 17OII II OGIESHY Cloverport Ky J tl SALE TU1TI0V rji R COOPER REPRESENTING NORTONS VALLEY X Certificate in liryant Stratton lOH SALE College Louisville Kv A Apply to Business HKCKKNltinOK NRvs DKrlCK EDUEWOOD UERKS1IIRES the kind that win as the record of my Indianapolis and Springfield this year I fliowed only animals of my own beeding and captured a good percentage ol the desirable prizes The priiewinning boar Head light Jr 43999 and old Artful Duke 10th in My brood service Pigs of thir get lor sale sows are of best American and Enclish strains Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky JI1REED will attest The Quaker Remedy Co Pa will be in this town two weekB He gives an excellent OPEN AIR PERFORMANCE every night FREE TO ALL The past two weeks ho has been at Hawesville and met with excellent success The remedies put out by him go with a guarantee He invites all to come Ho is stooping at tho Mitchell Hotel where at any hour should you desire to consult him as to your ailment he will be glad to do so Of Philadelphia NOTICE Ihu 34th day of July 1S99 and continuing 5 days lease to notify irimplly as the law requires Observe that in ad every tescher In your district dlijn lo direct oral or written information written nrtlces are to be posted If you have contracted w ill a teacher who Is absent from the county it is j o ir duty to write him or her at once That you may avail yourselves of the opportunity of hearing nnd taking part in lha discussion of mat ti rspertaning to your ofllce you are notified lha on Wednesday wlllbctru tecsdjy ANDREW DRISKKI L S C S II C Office or Sufbhintendknt Common Schools llAKMNShURC KyJune 16 1S99 Tu Tklstehs The Teach f Common Skiiooia -- Gentlkmrn ers Institute fir this county fnr the curienl school yar will be held at Hardinsburg beginning on 3113333 Remember op 02310 Two 3 T D Rentrow Weeks Stay Try a bottlo and bo con- Â¬ DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY Tho medicines havo done wonders vinced INursing Methors dread hot weather They know how It weakens and how this affects the baby All such mothers need Scotts Emulsion It gives them strength and makes the babys Food richer and more abundant eocandiu AM tsHLHEata sssssLKl s i l druggist pSw MULDRAUGH If the predisposition to worms in chil- Â¬ dren iu not cured they may become ema Â¬ ciated weakly and in danger of convulJ T Brown of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ sions WHITES CREAM VERMI- Â¬ day with his family FUGE is the moat successful and popu H H Withers was in Louisvlllo Price 25 cents A R Thursday on buslueaa lar remedy Mies Clara Richie visited friends at Fiaher Vino Grove last week A Sure Winner Miss Julia Baldwin of Louisville is Ed Goodniuht of the Nkws who is visiting her cousin Miss Emma Withers Mrs 0 Harlan and babv of Danville one of M A Cassidys managers re visiting turned home from the Louisville con- Â¬ are Puaey her parents Mr and Mrs G H Mr Casaidy is making vention Sunday Mrs Mary Smith daughter and son the race for Superintendent of Public are visiting her parents Mr aud Mrs Mr Goodnight says ho is a Wm Pusoy Instruction eure winnen S Lee Harrington an operator on the Louisville Southern spent Sunday with HENRY K0EIJLER COHPANY his parent Mbs Lzzie Withers spent last week Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ vite correspondence with Mill men who in Loulsvill the guest of her cousin Miss Lula Myrtle have lumber for Bale They buy poplar Mlaa Carrie V Shaw has returned and hardwoods in mixed cars dry or home from Nashville where she haa green Write them been attending school Mrs Cora Rone and Daughters of Of Cora Oliver Death New Albany are yialting her parents Died at Constantino Ky June 13th Mr and Mrs Hampton Smith MIbs Anna Moblery after a weeks stay 1899 The daughter of Samuel Ollyer with Mies Carrie V Shaw returned to and wile of typhoid fever Uei spirit her home in Louisvillle Saturday winged its flight at 8 oclock Tuesday Mtss Katherine Starks of Glendalr is morning She Is the first child out of expected the first ol July to visit her twolve who has beeu taken from the be Â¬ cousins Edna and Lula Harrington reaved parents Mr Thomas Gill who has been In failing health for some time haa gone to Services at Irvlngton Casper Wyo to recuperate his health Rev Jas T Lewis will preach in the Miss Nellie aud Ethry Board of Ekron Baptist church at Irvlngton next Sut spent a delightful week with their day at 11 oclock a m and at 730 p m grandparonts Mr and Mrs S Harring ton Mrs 0 Stonestreet and daughter who Tha Kind Yon Him AJwari Bought have been with her mother for the past Suntb two months returned to her home in Louisville Wednesday On the Subject of Pictures comfortable talk with us We will help you to use your own judgment on the ques tion Come in nnd have a quiet LYONS TRADE MARK OFFICE AT Mitchells Hotel CLOVERPORT KY tat hair ICKanwi a lazurisat frovth rail to Uitor Oraj I uair io Si jouutiui yyier Jtktlr lUijJ4 I Cum scslp dit uc iki f iwm ttwrfm aul betntlflM HAIR PARKERS BALSAM Knight Saturday July An old time picnic will be given at LAXATIVE Where FARMS FOR SALE Are You Going 139 ACRES 2 1 2YRLJP NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION 1 A DELIGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE made from rrcll Vnnwn laxative principle of vegetables and fruits for the cure of habit Â¬ ual Constipation Torpid Ilrer Sick Head Â¬ ache and all derailed condition of the kid Â¬ neys liver and bowels On account of Ita pleasant aromatic flavor and lack of Injuri- Â¬ ous drugs It Isan ideal remedy for children as well us adults Manufactured br LYON UKOJCINK CO LouiSVIUJC 2 Miles Prom Garfield 150 ACRES Near Harned Hero is a chance to seoure KY VICTORIA Go and Imje a good time JOHN McGOVEHN HO II SALK II V r0ra land oheap For furtbor information apÂ¬ ply SHORT k HAYNES CLOVERPORT at This Office Proprietor KY BRANDENBURG Mr Thomas II Ditto says ho will not support Hardin or Goobul Mrs It A Young and Iter niece art at Mrs Masseua Fontaines The woman candidate cr piacs in the nxt legislature were out in ore at the convention Our colored friends had basket meet in last Sunday They certainly do en joy comlngtrgHther to pray and sing Gns V Klchardflon wan Indefatigable at electioneering among the del -- gut en at the convention Thoy all hoard frotn Â¬ him The JUy county fued is another blot on Kentucky a uaine The Governor ehoul 1 call an extra session of the Legis Â¬ lature Miss Susie Elder George for the summer Worland are also summering at tins pleasant home The idea of Col W 0 P Brecklmld e expecting to make the raco for Congress And now I wish women were enfran Â¬ chised in Kentucky Charlie Bryant our clever postmaster wants Gopbtl to be the nominee of the Deni malic pirty He wants his parlys nomine i to ride in as Governor In my article on Jrfferbon in last hsue the date IS 14 was wrong ol course I was born iu 1845 It should have read to which on addition wad published in 1844 etc You can say what yju please but Sen- Â¬ ator Gotbel is a cool quiet shrewd Even skillful manipulator in politic his bittereat enemies admit this of the is at Mrs Mr and Mr Goughs Kenton man I have a sweet letter from Lena Nev itt She ia j Uased with Dallas and ap- Â¬ preciates her many advantages but Bhe gets homesick occasionally and wants to see her old friends The ancient Greeks or Romans I have forgotten which believed women had three or four souls but none of them a reasoning one I wonder what thoee old philosophers would have thought of men at the recent primaries Dorothy Converse will give us a series of articles to to awaken the imagination and stimulate the energies in cooking We need a stimulant these torrid days but I think the imagination is eufllcient lv alive to discriminate the vital pjint Sienkiewkz tells m in Quo Vadis that the world stands on deceit and life is an illusion The soul lie sajs is au Well I am glad we have reaillusion son enough to distinguish between pleasant and painful illusions even if we endorsed the philosophers theory Brother Leitchfleld does not want women to vote after proceedings in the most disorderly unruly crowd of white men that have ever been witnessed and yet it was a body of intelligent Democrats met to elect a nominee for an im portant ofli e No please excuse us we couldnt touch pitch without soiling our Â¬ Â¬ hands The Ragon came enrlv last Wednesday Capt llyan said he hurried all dny to reach this point at an early hour The OBryan boys were inspired the boat lay for an hour aud the young peo Â¬ ple had a joyous dance Capt Ryans wife a most pleasant lady was aboard she will visit Mrs Biehou soon night that at the Music Teachers National Convention at Cincinnati all the programs of the entire meeting were made up from the work of to see Â¬ I am glad American composers It is well enough to study and be fatniliarwith the old Mas ters but it is liiirji time we were doing something more in recognition nf our composers and to encourage artistic tem- Â¬ perament on this side of the water If we are to believe all we are told by our S cinhetic friends it is a great won- Â¬ der everybody dont knuckle down to the thoory It ia a great mystery why all industries are not owned aud operated by the public if the Socialist is right Cut we are told it is all in sight and will occupy a high Beat in the observatory early in the Twentieth century No one will uo barefoot any more I see whert Hon R T Tyler of Ful- Â¬ ton county is showing up again in poli tics He was a candidate in JSJO for Lieutenant Governor on the Democratic ticket Since then lie lias kept out of politics Mr Tyler was a near niighbor Â¬ ol oura in Hickman Ky and a proml nfliit lawyer lie owned tho most beaut Â¬ iful homeln Hickman He served in the Confederate array aud was a tower1 of strength in his towu aud county I wautto endorse J J Hill tho great jrnilroad king of the Northwest lit saying Every heaty man who la Idle in the United Stales to day Ih u from choice He may not got just what lie wants but if lie will take what ho can get oyory idle man In thli country can set work Tliosi who will not woik cannot eat Proper men to place in posts of trust are scarce because limy have failed to All minor positions ratisfactorily Let us strangle a trust wherever found whether or uot the price of an artlclo is lowered by it Individuality is crushed by a miBt and competition is almost im- Â¬ possible What we want is a uniform law to crush trusts and to make the ex istonce of them an impossi ility Every ambitious young man in thea Stake should aid in their annihilation if he would succeed in buslniss for himself ind would steer clear of being n slave to these trusts Mn Dr lasey lias the lovliest hv dran if a 1 haveever seen It is loaded neighed down witli blooms and the beauty of tills plVit is that it blooms luxuriantly nearly all summer Mrs lusey baa a qutulily of lowers some 1 am lite reiepienl ol many i are ones I ouqueta from her Uiviuh hand My wish for her is that could it be il wera and only 11 iwers might be culled o her She deserves never a thorn never a cloud fir she scatters sua beanii continually for other All mats conventions are unfair fair dealing is out of style bu ma s conventions at comity seats are decidedly the most unfair Some kind of party law should be thought out to do away with those nsiembl iges which so often result in dissatisfaction on the part of friends of the defeated candidate Surely the late unfair countv conventions bear me out that precinct conventions would do more te create harmony and cause a bet- Â¬ ter holing to prevail if such a thing vere P08iibli at this date Yes we want our niyy large we need twice as many ships Congress knows it but is opposed to an expanded navy Rear Admiral Sampson says the navy is not adequate to the needs of tiiis nation and lie knows We have extended our coaBt line and have undertaken the government of large and distant territories We have become nn Asiatic power and cannot evndo the responsibilities of euch a position We have reat interests n the Pacific ocean and should be pre- Â¬ pared to cope with any who is disposed to meddle with us We have expanded end we are going to stay expanded 1 was shocked and grieved to hear of Mr B S Clarkdons death I had not known he wed even seriously ill My heart goes out in tendorest b mpatby to his wife and children M Clarkeon was a patrou uud neighbor 1 1 n o for sev Â¬ eral years both at Garrett and Big Spring He wab uuu of Meads countys most prcgrefsivo fanners and largest stock dealers He had a b autiful home in Big Spring where hospitality was dispersed witii a lavish hand He was a most indulgent husband and father and kind noghbor He was a member of the Methodist church I have the lost numbers of tiie Litera- Â¬ ry Digest a wepkly compendium of con temporaneous thought of the world In them I find the finest articles on foreitin topics letters and art religious thymes science and iuvention ami miscellaneous subjects discussed by tho ablest minds The same friend has sent me Greater America consisting of views and photo graphs from the famous selections se Â¬ cured by the novelist and war correspondent Gilson Willets I seo from one scene that negroes graduate in Havana at eight years and that the Spanish government provides no more schooling We graduate our white pu Â¬ pils a little older than that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TUB FIEND OP MBRVOUSNB5S k woman wi- - reasoning dread and apprehen sion ft shows that her entire nervous system is disorder Â¬ ed and broken down Nine times in ten 1 iHBBP5555S5S5eHp it indicates that there is some special disease or weakness of the important and deli Â¬ cate organs which make her a woman Nine times in ten It means that some instant and radical meas ures most be taken to save her from com- Â¬ plete mental and physical wreck Â¬ with nerv- Â¬ ous un- Â¬ mind U constantly filled Â¬ GREEN FLAG BARGAIN STORE CLEARANCE CLOTHING Ono lot of SALE Eead the following iitn Commencing Saturday July 1st Just a few prices for comparison wf FURNISHING GOODS nnd d GROCERIES mens Cash moro to hear the I was so nervous I couldnt sound of ray own voice when alone says Mrs of Davenport Thayer Co Nellie Brittenhnn Nebr t felt as though there was some one ready to frrab tne If the leant sound was made I really cannot describe the feeling I had but I can say 1 hae no such ugly feeling now and I trust I never may again I was luncrlng from female weakness and very much from nervous prostration I could not I was not able to do anything t up all day I had not sat up nil day since the birth of my baby four mouths before t began to take Dr Pierces mrdldnes I took one doctors medicine forfour months but ilid uot get along at all so discouraged I thsught I would try Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden I took six bottles of the Medical Discovery Prescription and nine of the Golden Medical and used Dr Pierces Pleasaut Pellets Discovery along with the other medicines and I can say they nave done wonders for me I do all my work now and feel better than for two years I had not eaten anything for three mouths except wtic kind of soup and crackers now I e U anything I want I believe I owe my health to Dr Pierces medicines Discouraged broken down women should write to Dr R V Pierce at Puffalo K Y and learn how carefully he studies into He wilt these apparently hopeless cases send without charge in a plain sealed envelope the best advice of a capable ex ter suits worBto A i 4 Ul kon sizes thoso goods bro Wo aro closing a big lot of laundried shirts sizos from 14 J to 17 worth from 50 to 60o our price A d from 95 to 750 will close them aro worth i 35c 390 Better gra- Â¬ des of im- Â¬ ported cash meres and 18 Ml Mens box at 5o nicolit of silk bosom shirts worth 8160 will Ono go now at SI 00 Mens suspenders 10 perienoed physician black Jlays well made with deep facing and satin p i p ing worth from 10 to 12 ounce GLENDtANE Mrs Lucy Hunter is very sick Miss Lizze Lewis is visiting Mrs Ford Owen this week Tunius M Owen of Louisville is visit Â¬ ing his father this week Miss Nannie Fisher of Rockvale is visiting at Dr Dempalers Misa Jennie Green visited Dr Demps Â¬ ters Saturday and Sunday Glendeane base ball club goes to Clo verport to play Wednesday Tidy Carwile has been appointed deputy clerk in his fathers place Mies Alma Mattingly went Sunday to visit at Hardlnsburg and Hrned Miss Hailie Moorman went to Bowley vilio to visit Mrs Charles Drury Miss Alma Mattingly went Sunday to visit at Hardinsburg and Harned Miss Nannie Fisher and Paul Demp- Â¬ ster are going to Oloverport Wednesday Miss Mannie Fisher and Paul Demps- Â¬ ter are going to Cloverport Wodnesday W T Mattingly and family Waited his father near McDaniels Saturday and Sunday Mrs W D Owen and daughter Eva Honton Saturday last to Leitchfleld to visft relatives Mies Nellie Moorman sprained her ankle right badly while at Falls of Rough last week Elza Moore MuDaniels came over Saturday to see tho game of base ball but was disappointed On account of rain they bad to postpone the game Misa Nannie Qreen saya aha is very much pleased with her position in the post office Says she thinks Mr Curtis a moat genial and agreeablo co worker will go now at 750 One lot of mens cashmere and worsted pants some light and dark Bhades very fine qualilics worth from 275 to 350 will close them out at A lot of nice caps all styles to be close d out at 20c JhlI pounds granulated sugar 8100 pounds light brown sugar 100 Good bacon 7c pound 2 pounds of good soda for 5o 4 packages of cofleo essence 5c Largo box mustard sardines 7 o Heavy weight oyaters 8o Tomatoes 7o 10 bars Lenox soap 25c Masons fruit jarfc quarts 50c dozen ono hnlf gallon GOo a dozen Levering Lion and XXXX cofleo 10c a package Good Green Coffeo 10c a pound 17 18 B fj3 Look for our circulars this week and see the bargains wonderful we are now offering 225 Mens cottonnade pants 40c Childrens knee pants 15c up Childrens wash suits 40c One lot of young Straw Hats at Half price Light and fanoy calicoes at 4c per yard Table oil cloth 15c per yard will close mens suits Ladies gauze vests 5c Ladies black hose 5c them at 185 EC- - DB-A-IKIEIR BRO - tf - 3 To Cure Constipation Forever Tako Caacarets CunJv Cathartic 10c or 250 II C C C all to cure drueiclsts refund motiey First come first served so march up and pay for the Breckenkidqe News a year ahead This will secure that good little paper the Farm Journal for the balance of 189 and all ot lJOO 1001 1002 aud 1003 nearly five years without any further pay Shall we hear from you within one week CANCER v I ft disease My feelings may bo imagined when the hor- Â¬ rible disease made Its appearanoe on my side It was malignant Cancer eating inwardly ia suoh a way as to cause great alarm The disease Beeraod beyond the skill of toe doctors for thoir treatment did no good nTTPHaPmHI whatever tba Cancer growing worse all tho while Numerouj remedies were used for it but the Cancer UBS B K IDOL Arrow steadilr worse until it seemed that I was doomed to follow the others of the family for I know how deadly Canoer is especially when Inherited I was advised to try Swifts 8peoiflo S 8 8 whioh from tho flrtt day forced cut the poison I contlnuod Its use until I had taken eighteen bottles when I was cured sound and well and have had no symptoms of the dreadful a filiation though many years liare elapsed 8 8 8 Is too only cure for Oancet Mt 8 M Idol Winston Jf O p Thin fearful disease often first appears moro 8cnitcili ft Pimpi0 or iurp ko breast too Email to attract any A PacOO flllt nf Ton A notice until in many cases the deadly uddod UUl Ul lull disoa83 is fully dovoloped I ullTB rOUnO 81 LuSli Cancer can not bo cured by a Burgical operation because tho disease is a virulent poison In the blood circulating throughout tho Bystom and although the soro or ulcor known as tho Cancor may bo cut away the pqjson remains inrtho blood and promptly breaks out afresh with ronowed violenco Tho wonderful buccoss of 8 8 S in curing obstinato deep seated blood diseases which woro considered incurable induced a few deÂ¬ spairing sufferers to try it for Cancor aftor oxhausting tho skill of the physicians without a euro Much to their dolight 9 8 8 proved equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure Tho glau news sproaa rapiaiy ana it was Boon demonstrated beyond doubt that a euro had at last been found for deadly Cancor Evidenco has accu- Â¬ mulated which Is incontrovertible of which the following is a specimen Ganoer Is hereditary in our family my father a sister and an aunt having died from this dreadful ROQIllfc Fntalll in ntttuirc raiany in niiio NInQ 0B B Grove have been changed from the fourth to tho first Sunday in each month The wheat crop of this section is one half short in quantity and of a very inferior grade L B Henderson received a painful Injury of one of his hands last week while handling his reaper Mrs Ella Crutcher of Garrett return- Â¬ ed home last week and was accompanied by her sisiter Miss Emma Kurtz To say that the saloon is a blister on society is putting it rather mildly it is a canker that is gnawing at our very vitals Miss Lula McGary who has been visit- Â¬ No Eight to Ugliness ing Miss Ada B Henderson for two Tho woman who is lovely in face form weeks returned to her home at Hardlns- Â¬ and temper will always haye friends but burg Sunday one who would be attractive must keep Childrens Day at Olifton Mills was a her health If she iB weak sicklv and grand success A large crowd delight- Â¬ all run down she will be nervous and ful day exercises well rendered and irritable If she has constipation or kid Â¬ dinner in abundance ney trouble her impure blood will cause The grand and glorious fourth of July pimples blotches skin eruptions and a is near at hand and alreadj we have wretched complexion Electric Bitters visions of red lemonade soda water ice is the best medicine in the world to reg cream to Bay nothing oi other attractions ulate atomach liver and kidneys and to innumerable purify the blood It givea strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich Miss Myra Hanks who has been in our g complexion midst for several months left for her It will make a Miss charmtnt woman of a run down in- Â¬ homo at Union Star Monday valid Only 50 centa at Short Haynes Hanks greatly endeared herself to the Drug Store people here during her stay and ber many friends regret to part with hor WEBSTbR Bros A O Leitchfleld and James Lewis will address the people on Prohi Â¬ A good rain Saturday Webster July bition as follows viz Speaking A line prospect for corn 13 Walnut Grove July 14 Several fiomhere went to Hardinsburg to begin at 8 p m Kemember the appointments and go to hear the speaking Monday Henry Simmons ia a frequent visitor renuy ia Ulooa Seep at Aahcraft No Clean blood means a clean skin Mrs Henry Beard has been sick for beauty without it Cascarets Oundy Cathar tio clebi your blood and keen it clean by several days itirring up tho lazy liver and driving all im Uoebei is certainly a political genius purities from the body Degin to day to baniih pimples boils blotches blackheads of the first order and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Mrs Cellers of Louisville iBvisiting Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug gistk satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c at ti II Â¬ good-lookinÂ¬ Hatfields 10tir book on Cancer containing othor testimonials and valuable information will be sent freo to any address by tho Swift Spociflo Ooapuajr jLiknla Georgia Born to the wife of Johu Wright the 112 inat a son Dewey Six members of Horace Hatfields family have measles Mrs J M Fitch and children are vititing in Louisville Will any oue say he ever knew the saloon to benefit any oue Mrs Mary Oreudoif of Louisville ia visiting at L U Hendersons E 13 English of Stephcnsport wilt teach our fall term of school Miss Ada Henderson aud Dick Clay comb went to Falls of Kouith Sunday Miss OU Shumate of Big Hpring ia vlsitlighor sister Mrs il O Stewart J jhn Lyddau and dauKhter MIbs Nan Â¬ nie made a flying trip to Ilsrdlnaburg Saturday Vegetables such as corn peas beans potatoes tabbnge etc are euily plenti Â¬ ful and flue Miss Lucy Barr a charming young lady from Owenaboro wasa recent visitor at Mrs Laura Kuril Miss Lotltla Campbell of Louisville Is visiting uerslster Mrs N 11 Robert Â¬ son during the heatedterm Regular church services at Walnut ance work of the ladies of Cloverport will continue and if they are not strong enough may they receive sufficient aid from outsiders to make a complete suc- Â¬ cess of the good work they have started Is it possible that the city of Oloverport with its loyal citizens with its triumph antladies with its beautiful churchesand attractive social institutions is going to be the demon den of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ ty after all 7 Are those strong efforts of Will bo made in hot weather goods from now on Wo no avail are you going to let your town are making preparations to add an extenslyo addition to our mark the cemeteries of the county with a drunkards grave Are you going to let store and we find that wo aro compelled to reduce our stock those that indulge in such find refuge so that the work can bo conveniently done only in your town No good women dont do thoso things but proceed with your work and carry in your hearts the old sayings Its a long lane that has no turn The darkest hour is just before day Where theres a will theres a way etc Let these consolations ever be fresh on your memory But some citizens will say Why it you was to close the bar room doors Oloverport would bo dead that is true the noise of the jingling glasses and the pool tables would be dead and even il it did effect financial matters what would that be in comparison with the peace and quietude and sobriety that would exist not only in your town but in the country nomas that aro now a scene of disgust and ruin Its a shame and disgrace to seo men Who earn their living by hard labor congregrate on the streets and chip in a sufficient amonnt of financial means to purchase a keg of beer pack it to a drunkards refuge and gather around it as though it were a precious Klondike Wo have better grades at highor priceB Come in and nuuget Could an artist but picture see tho things wo have for hot weather woar Prico them them as they stand with their red and glimmering eyes with their poorly 1 too Youll be sure to buy t clad form and place the painting on the walls of their destitute homes where mothers and sisters wives and children could seo them Surely they would con Â¬ demn even the thought of a grog shop I term it the most disgusting degrading and disgraceful thing on earth to see a man clad in tatters and rags standing around a keg of beer sipping from the cup from which thero has been nothing BALLTOWN but evil ever derived evil that wll con Â¬ demn both bouI and principle May God help the Evangelist that is now in Olov- Â¬ Still farmers set tobacco Mrs Margaret Taul is visiting relatives erport to revive up this work aud may tue good people yet be successful in on the pike making old Breckedridge county strlctjy Tho work of the grasshoppers will temperate once more beon spending several days with Miss Mre Best and Mrs Petrl of Petri cause a large corn crop to be replanted Belle McOann spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Christ ud I tn Drjckev Tar Fork spent Miss J STEPHENSPORT Messrs Johnson and Leigh were in Best i Huuday with her sister Miss Ora Brick town Sunday Bummer bonders are coming in and ey Harlan Morgan was in Cloverport Sun Master Jerry Lennln of Hardlnsburg tho Smith House 1b filling up for the W Wm Whitehouse spent Sunday at day i is at tho Smith House season v Rev J B Galloways mother ia visit the Tar Springs the guest of Miss Mrs M Blaln and Miss Belle McCann Mrs McCann and Mrs J Wi Jarrelt Maggie Crawle ing him wont to Patesville Sunday i Bftont a day last week with Mrs Wheel A horso belonging to OD Hambloton Phllo D Hawkins of Union Star wan Â¬ Regular services were held m IM E er below Itorao Ind ol Tar Springs snagged its self last Fri in town 8cnday day and died from the effect Mrs Swarnes and daughter Miss Mil Lewis Stiles of Cloverport spent Sun Â¬ church Sunday by the pastor I B Gal- Â¬ loway lie of Cloverport spent Sunday with Eflle Hambleton of the Tar day with C O Lewis Misses Miss Georgia McCubblns went to Mr and Mrs Murray Parr Springs and Lulu Brickey of this place M Blaln attended the Democrat Con Fordsville Sunday to spend several are visiting relatives at Jolly Station Mrs W M Sills with her sou p Kar vention at Louisville weeks i sas City Mo are spending the sammer Mrs Pete Hlnton of the Cave Spring Mr J Gouty of Hawesville is visiting Miss Rebecca Rickets of Union Star with his sister Mrs Bet tie Ifapper neighborhood was visiting her daugh Â¬ Jas Crawford and family was In town Sunday enroute from LouisMIbs Sail to Livers of Oannelton Ind ter Mrs Rosa Whitehouse ot this place A very heavy and unexnectud rain ville i Ml8sltnthAldrldeolUawMville Mr V Sunday ell Friday and Saturday night and Orcar Browat of DrG E Bhjvely moved his office Marlowe Qloverporr A series of meetings conducted by of Concordia spent 6uady with W Iv Lewis T Kearner photographer is in MondoyV the Martin property hn First Liven and family Rev Spark of Grayson countv lias been the clly hall doing good business T T1 street in progress at Taula tchool house for the Mr and Mrs Frank O Forry returned two addi past few days there has been Mr and MrsGodfrey Hoswell o NM THWYh Friday from Grand Rapids Michigan tlons to the Christian church Hardlnsburg were guests of her pareufs fcowtt Wrutw The Miwea Wheeler ol Indians hayo Sunday How I do hope that the good Temper1 Special Prices Heres a Sample SLIPPERS The Best for the Price you ever saw for OS J n W E BROWN IrVington Ky Â¬ 1 7Z vyAf3Pr