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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nr- - T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU THEX NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 52 QRBAT INVENTION raSr i f V0L xxm CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 i QOEBELSJREACHERY The Story of His Betrayal of An Old Soldier Captain Stone Tells of the Agreement Made Between the Two dried in their favor except two where tho steal was bo palpable and outrageous that Bomo of their own hjccs revolted against the crlmo and forced them to forego their purpose More than ICO delegates opposed to Goebel wen turned out of the convention or refused admis sion because of this agreement and rthelr places fillfcd with men most of whom wore ready to do his bidding Tho combination put in the chair a man who was willing to do anything his mas ter told him who would submit to the convention no motion made by the opÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ THRIVING BURG Irvington Continues To Get A How Squire ATattlngly Trains His Beans as They Should go Kenton Boss Goes Back on all the Pledges He ftlade said No keep your promise now He said I wll do it just wait till I tan walkover to mv seat He walked away but never returned Thats the whole story so far as he Is concerned The reason he and his frienda were so solicitous about the permanent organ- Â¬ ization was the fear if a new man was put in the chair tho reports of the com- Â¬ mittee would bo reconsidered and the state organization reconstructed Very truly W J Stone If this is not enough to make Goebels friends ashamed of him they have cer- tainly gone through a crucial test 1 r Ir P Capt W J Stone appears not In the least backward About telling just what took place with Win Go bel who is now the nomlnoo of the D mocrats for gov- Â¬ ernor Capt Stones account fol owing up that of former rongrtB nian W 0 Owens places Goeb- 1 postively in the unenviable attitude of having taken the nomination by force after having pledg- Â¬ ed his votes to Capt Stone for the nomf To to this he had to break h nation promises of a naturo that even politi- Â¬ cians have heretofore bound themselves to respect In a letter given publication last week Capt 8tono goes into details regarding the double dealing of Goebel and they seem to defy an answer This letter was received by Oicero T Sutton editor of theOwensboro Inquirer yesterday The letter follows tiugitf Ky July 5 1899 0 T But ton Owensboro Ky I thank you for defending me Against the unscrupulous gang you have to contend with in this matter I did not misunderstand the terms of the agreement between Senator Goebel and myself The agreement as to the temporary organization was car lied out When it came to permanent organization there was no agreement I notified Mr Goebel through his friend Mr Hlnes that I was ging to name the permanent officers of the convention This was on Friday June 23 At 12 oclock on that day Mr James M Rich- Â¬ ardson of Glaigow came to my room and said Mr Goebel wanted an inter Â¬ view with me I told Mr Richardson I would Bee Mr Goebel at any time and anywhere Mr Richardson said he would arrange for Goebel and myself to meet at 2 p m At 1 45 p m Mr Richardson returned and Baid Mr Goebel had declined to see me I told him all right but to say to Mr Goebel that I could and would name the permanent officers of the convention At 3 p m I went to the convention ball and as I started up tho stairway Mr Urey Woodson caught me by the arm and said Senator Goebel was there and wanted to see me that hewaa just starting to my room I came down the Steps and met Mr Goebel in the east end of the lower ball of tho building Mr Goebel insisted that the temporary organization of the convention be al- Â¬ lowed to become permanent I was equally insistent on a change which I could accomplish by my friends in the the committee on organization joining with Hardins friends in the committee Senator Goebel at once Baid I can make either you or Hardin the nominee ol this convention I prefer to make you the nominee let the temporary organ ization become permanent and I will have all my instructed votes giyen to yonaqd tjtjua jqake ypn the nominee I agreed toit and went at once to my friends in the committee of organization and asked tbetu to vote In committee to let the organization and asked them to yotoin committee to let tho temporary organization becpme permanent and they did so vote On Saturday when Gen Hardin withdrew from the racegjeat excite Â¬ ment prevailed Many of my friends de Â¬ manded that Mr Goebel keep bis prom Â¬ ise and turn his yotes to me I am in- formed that some of his friends urged him to keep his promise He asked for ten minutes to consider the matter then asked for five minutes Then one of hie friends went to him and then came back to me and paid Mr Goebel was coming He came and asked me over to sew if I were nominated and elected if I would allow him to name the men to fill two places under me I told blm I wouldT Ue asked ma if I would put it in - HOT SHOT Poured From the Guns by W Owen He C Corroborates the Statements Made by Stone Â¬ Paints a Vivid Picture of the Policemens Convention It Was Run by a Chief Actor In Bloody Mountain Fued In the Louisville Post of Monday ap the following from Hon W 0 Owens which does not require comment Georgetown Ky July 3 Will you kindly allow me to use of your columns for an explanation to my personal friends They know that for months I was the eirnest advocate of the claims of Captain Stone for the Democratic nom ination for Governor that I went to the Â¬ Louisville convention to serve his inter- Â¬ ests and that before that conyention ended I was working in Gen Hardins behalf Prizing above all things the re- Â¬ spect of my friends I want them to know the reasons that controlled me When I reached Louisville I was in- Â¬ formed by Captain Sone that he had made a combination with Mr Goebel I asked him the extent of the combina- Â¬ tion and was informed that it was to or- Â¬ ganize the convention and that when Â¬ ever there was a contest the Hardin del Â¬ egates were to be turned out of the con- Â¬ vention The statement that two men seeking the high office of Governor of a once justly proud commonwealth had deliber- Â¬ ately enter into such a compact to de Â¬ prive the people of their representation was bo astonishing that I could scarcely credit the information My first im- Â¬ pression was to inform Captain Stone that I could no longer be bis friend but a moments refl action convinced me that it would be better to wait and see if their compact could not be broken I labored inceesaptly to that end and on Thurs- Â¬ day night at midnight had the pleasure of seeing Captain Stone get into the car- Â¬ riage and drive to the Gait House to notify Mr Goebel that his Stones friends would not sustain such an agree ment and that their contract was at an position allow no appeal from any de- Â¬ cision and surrounded by long Hues of uniformed policemen while as many more of the tools of the city administra tion in citizens clothing filled the hall ready to obey Goebels orders throttle tho convention and forced it either to nominate Goebel or stay there nil sum- Â¬ mer In my judgment from the mo ment they secured the permanent or- Â¬ ganization and had the entire poice force of Louisville placed at thtlr com- Â¬ mand no other result was possible no other nomination would ever have been allowed or announced When the convention adjourned it was found that Goebel had placed at tho head of your State Central Committee one of the chief actors in a bloody mountain fued that disgraced our state and crimsoned tho soil of Rowan county with the blood of her citizens Can any Â¬ one doubt Goebels purpose to inaugur- Â¬ ate a reign of terror in the state and make every Damocrat his abject slave Kentucky is on trial What will she do about it We boast much of our man- Â¬ hood and our honor and look down on our colder blooded brethren of the North with the idea that they care more for Will we business than for such things be able to compare favorably with them A few after the November election yearB ago when New York was a close and doubtful State a Republican candi Â¬ date secured the nomination lor Govern- Â¬ or by fraudulent agencies but which in comparison with the methods pursued in our late convention were highly lion orable The people of that State beat him by 200000 majority Will our peo pie display as high a eonse of honor Of course most of those who see office will cry out to stand by the nominee no mat- Â¬ ter how the nomination was secured but surely the people who only do the vot- Â¬ ing and who do not want or expect office will not consent to this great crime against manhood and free government We baye fallen upon perilous times indeed The Courier Journal long cherished by many no the representative of our Bocial order lured by the hope of public printing and other patronage that will come to it throuph Goebels triumph has become the avowed champion of fraud force and duplicity while it holds its peculiar champion before the young men of Kentucky as an example for them to imitate God help the State if our young men yield to such infamous advice and consent to follow such an ex- Â¬ ample As a citizen and a democrat I shall not be deterred by the boast of the machine men that they will steal the election no matter how the people vote I never scratched a democrat ticket in my life nevor voted for a republican but I real- Â¬ ize that if the Democratic party does not hold in its ranks sufficient honest vitali Â¬ ty to punish and rebuke the great wrong and save the State from the threatened danger it ought to perish To help re- Â¬ buke that wrong and save for the future our party I intend to vote for the Re Â¬ publican candidate for Governor this fall and I appeal to the conservative the intelligent and the honest manhood of our State to do the same and make the majority too big to steal and by perfec organization make it dangerous to attempt to steal it Yours W O OWENP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Charles Mattingly Hardinsburgs gjn ial maaistrate possesses the gift of in gonuity Ills ban pol system has ac Hustle On Herself quired more than local fame Charles is a great lovor of Ifgumlnous food ami Items of Interest Concerning Bulldfng this ear planted quite an extensive j Operations There bean patch Instead of putting in the time honored bean poles he planted big The thriving town of Iryington contin- Â¬ posts to which wires were fastened and ues to flourish like a greeu bay tree on these wires he placed V shaped wires The building boom which started a bung upeido down bo that they would year ago is as active today as it was at its reach to the bean hills On these he inception trained tho vines and when they are W K Brown has greatly increased the matured all he will have to do is cut the area ot his store The carpenters are now vines take the wires off the lino and at work adding an additional story The store and thresh his crop Some of his front is being extended Handsome envious neighbora say that this is the modern plate glass show windows will invention of a lazy man be added and the structure will not only be a thing of beauty but it will be mod- Â¬ ern in every respect The city ol Irvington is now blessed with a handsome family grocery and drm Btoro conducted by R P Hipgina The fixtures and Btock of thb two depart- Â¬ ments would bo a credit to any city in Elopes to Stephensport With tho land of 10000 inhabitants Austin Pophams drug store has been Charlie Halls Wheel completed and is a beauty Tho stock and the arrangements aro Bike Was Recovered But the Robmodern and artistic Austin has dis- Â¬ ber Escaped played splendid taste and good business sense and is meeting with deserved suc- Â¬ Last week a slick youth named Under- Â¬ cess who claimed Henderson as his O O Smith has added largely to his wood hotel and now has a building that would home went to tne Barnes House and attract attention anywhere Ho has re- Â¬ engaged board While there he made the acquaintance cently put down a fine brick side walk that la an evidencs of liis enterprise and of Charley Hall and also took a liking to the letters bicycle local pride One day he went to the shops and ask Â¬ The Farm Journal is unlike any ed Charles to lend him his wheel to ride Charley refused the other paper for one thing it prints to Stephensport loan but the fellow went to the Barnes advertisements no quack medical House and took it anyhow for another it takes five year subscripHe rode the wheel to Stephensport tions and gets the paper to its subscrib- Â¬ ers the full time If they are anywhere and offered the wheel for sale to O C on this planet even If they move two Lewis the agent for enotrgh money to or three times if they die their heirs get pay car fare to West Point Mr Lewis had sold the wheel to Hall it Now we aro going to send the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all and recognized it He took the wheel of 1000 1001 1902 and 1903 nearly fivo away from the thief and the latter be- Â¬ coming frightened I oarded a passenger years to eyery advance to the Breckenridgo News but better train for Louisville and made his escape- speak quick as we have only a limited number Farm Journals to offer on these terms AMSuumx Pure Mokes Baking Powder NOTES OF PROORESS the food more delicious and wholesome aovn BAMiwa eowota oo mw romc DIAMOND DUST Cloverport Building News and Notes Collected Around Town The beautiful bachelor cottage being erected by Fred Fraizo Is rapidly ap- Â¬ proaching completion It is a novelty in Its way and when completed ho heart whoe and fancy free young man in the State will bo more comfortably lodged Sends Two Teams Home In Defeat Fourth-of-Jul- y BICYCLE THIEF e Â¬ John A Heston has moved into his attractive new cottage in the lower end Victory perched on the banner of the of town The edifice is quite an addi Â¬ Oloverport base ball team in the double tion to that part of the city header game of July 4th R N Hudsons dwelling is The Glendeanes and Cannoltons both about completed and ready for occuwent down in defeat before Heysers pancy It is a class by itself and is by Ferfectoa and Pitcher Burchs beautiful all odds the moct modern and most atglass arm tractive building in the city The plans Tho attendance at both games was were drawn by Mr Hudson and the very large and the rooters had the tlmo work was done under his Bupervisipn It of their Hvcb giving the horse laugh to is a monument to his skill and taste their visitors The new Heston Willis building is The first game in tho morning resulted rapidly approaching completion This In the following score handsome brick structure adds greatly Â¬ Â¬ Victories Home Boys for the than Fred Â¬ to the business like appearance of Wall street When the plate gloss windows are pflt in it will be ready for occupancy Allen was iu the box for Oloverport The stone flat occupied by George and struck out two while Wells pitch Â¬ ing for Glendeane struck out two Will Weatberbolt is being repainted and a Allen made the largest batting record new brick pavement is being put down When all repairs are completed It will making seven base hits be a first class placo The game was rather ragged at times but some brilliant plays were made by both sides L Vessels of the Glendeans captured the Cloverport people He is a magnificent ball player good humored and a perfect gentleman Everybody down here will give him the glad band when he again visits this place Mike Blains Health is too Cloverpot o Glendeane 123456789 41301146 o317 03 343003 Â¬ DECLINES TO RUN Precarious To Allow Him paying-subscrib- AFTERNOON OAME CAMP A Delightful Occasion Last Thursday evening the home of Mr and Mrs G A Hendry was made very happy by the presence of a merry throng of young people who were being entortained in honor of Mrs Hendrys sister Miss Ida Gardner About ten oclock the party repaired to the dining room where an elegant supper was served Tho tablo was decorated with myrtle and a handsome boquot in the center completed its loveliness Mrs Hendry surely knows how to en Â¬ tertain and is quite a favorite with the young folks Those present from a dis Â¬ tance were Mrs C E Overstreet of Louisville Mr Brandenburg of Vine Grove and Misses Kate and Hilda Mat tingly of Woodland Educate Your Iloweli VflU CmcaroU 10c ZSc MEETING An Old Time Revival In The Candy Cathartic ircCC euro coriHtlpatlon forevor fall druggists refund money LEFT TOWN Quaker Doctors Free Show Is no lore end tll This condition of affairs continued un 3 oclock Friday afternoon when Captain 8tone Vent to the convention hall where the Committe on Creden Â¬ tials was in session was talking with Captain Stone when eome one ap proached and told him Mr Goebel want- Â¬ ed to see him He left me and went to where Mr Goebel was standing in the the dark under the stairway Five min Â¬ utes later he returned and said Mr Goebel says that if I will carry out our wrltlrk original agreement be will nominate me IstfoW Can I afford to refuse aahv Wait till I consult my in the morning He the nomination I Immediately told friends him if he purchased the nominatlop at such a price the people ought to beat him at the polls by 60000 majority I said to him also that if Mr Goebel Modesty la had made auch a promise he had no idea women 1 no of keeping it j hois only endeavoring to a charm less get you to Mo your bands this afternoon and txMt jCMttsaHLnLLLH than beauty wit- - I it any that he may out your throat in the wonder that wo inorrucg Stone replied I cant believe men aiuiciea that he is so unscrupulous as that Uyeal with Then I said Tie your hands now and disorder pcctt-be Convinced tomorrow Jlartotnelraex It is needless alulnkfromw to say that he was thoroughly convinced oaalantua before the nex worning bad gone by fcuUt fas tpo was in Mr Goo chvsidaaa The waJkMwVand h RQWi who simply laughed at him br 4riTn feiiini iiMrtiiMi Backache bcAuMiA hAartttdr- - orhlscftdalitr Wha Oapt Stone1 lafanned me that MUUUtyjnd Wfmefry- - zyiodcS Women v r Successful Picnic The picnic given at McQuady lost Sat The Fordavillo school case was con- Â¬ urday by Franklin DeJernett was one of cluded beforo Judge Owen late Friday the moat successful events of the kind evening and the injunction in the case that has been held in this county this There were plenty of attracof Dr D M Matthews and others season tions lots of pretty girls and plenty to against Superintendent Rogers was dis solved Judge Owen Bald he thought eat the superintendent ought not to have BLOOD CURE SENT FREE judicial functions but that the court of appeals bad held otherwise and he would dissolve the injunction The Biimmons A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze- ma Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison of the superintendent against Matthews Canoer Eto Miller and Mitchell to show cause why patent mod nrapirill If they should not be removed will now clnei you har tried and still hav old periistcnt and doctored tie and as tbey will not answer they orei pimples dllrelng eruption ot the ikln Irritating akin arm IK will be remoyed The attorneys for trouble or enema itching untatioo contagious blood acrofula ulceri o Matthews will institute other pro Â¬ poison fever sores mercurial rheumatism catarrh bolls lace covered with little sores cancer or any ceedings and the end is not 1b sight yet blood taint then give U H a trial because II Is marts for It Hotanlc Ulood Fordsville has a fine school building cases and It cures to Balm cured those Just such stubborn stay which the people aro anxious to see blood diseases that otler milder u ediclnes tail even to benefit All above named troubles are evidence built np as a first class graded school of bad diseased blood la the body and II the or or while they claim that the other side cures because it forces allbody poison andimpuritysys bones entire blood humors out of the remoye all doubt of its power to cure we tem want to keep it down to a country school offer toTo to any sufferer a sample bottle of send basis The community is very much UU absolutely free is an old well tried remedy hence we know that It cuieso stay cured worked up over the matter and there for the people cured by B B II years ago are well to day and free from al blood Impurities has been more than one fight about it Casoor Bleedtaf Eating Sorat Nose To eradicate worms frpm the system or Cancer ot cancer lip are ear or neck externtl bleediog eating all Internal heuidearryioehIs agreement with give the child plain Jiourlsnlng food and cured by 11110 druggist sell Usores tarepuri the most powerful blood D 1 per All fier made BrauAuu v Poab I Mtlfled hiaa tht gnjr relations WIJirBfl QHKAMVERWIFUaE The large bottle Write lor trial bottle and a sample BM0Um4atoiUUietaHdrdrc Slvfof WsrqMfft ii ti n U WJ laMUMWVII btNesHat was Wult will be the worn will disappear oil chargesi prepaid nt w HUJOD BALM of women m Address lbs sowUfttf ysUs of As4 Um child become healthy sad cheer Â¬ CO JI5 Mitchell 8L Atlanta Oa Describe vour tot HantapM m y ioo per symptom oodfree personal saedlca advice will be Stow ad Gosbsl f ysT ful Pries 25 cW A B Fisher WM da given f aVWMIJ RUtUTf m Hartford f L have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family for years and al Â¬ ways with good results said Mr W B Cooper of El Rio Oal For small chil- Â¬ A Little Known Fact dren we find it especially effective For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport R That most serious diseases originates A Shell man Stephensport in disorder of kidneys No hope of good health while the kidneys are wrong FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is guaran- Â¬ THEY nUST ANSWER teed to make the kidneys right A R Fordsville Trustees Will Have to Ap- Â¬ Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardlns burg pear Before Superintendent Dr Cooper the Quaker doctor whose troupe of minstrels gave nightly per- Â¬ formances tn this city for the past two weeks left Sunday morning for Evans ville where he will stay two months Saturday night was the best night for sales he had while here Notwithstand Â¬ ing the doctors medicines are guaran Â¬ teed to cure every ailment human flesh Is heir to tho doctors are busier now than they baye been in months past at je Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ undergo to fatigues of a political cam paign Enclosed was the following To the Democrats of Breckenridge county I regret to have to sav to vou Will Be Held By Breckenridgo Aleth that I cannot make the race for Repre dlsts sentative With all sincerity to you will Bay that I do not believe my health The proposed Canip Meoting will sure- Â¬ suiliclent to make the necessary canvass Cannelton ly be held this summer 05 Cloverport o 0 5 16 6 a o 14 037 torsucu reasons I declare myself not in It will be an old fashioned affair and the race I feel very thankful an Burch struck out 11 and Kinghan 4 will be located in the woods near Har highly complimented In the action of NOTES dinsburg Heysers boys are proving to be the the County Convention held at Hardins- Â¬ Tents will be erected which may be champion amatuer toam of the Ohio burg on the 17th and endorsing me rented by families or parties who attend unanmously for their candidate for The preacbim will be done by elo-Â¬ Valley Again thanking you The Leitchfleld Hardinsburg game at Representative quent evangelists and preachers and will and trusting that the Democratic party Â¬ take place in a large canvass payillion to Hardinsburg Monday resulted in a vicmay bring out a man that will win tho tory for Leitchflald Score 13 to 10 be leased for that purpose race I am respectfully That boy Burch is a beaut at twirling M Blain TO MAKE TEETOTALERS the sphere Hes got a glass arm Mr Blain is a man of fine character Joe Seymour is a regular stone wall at splendid ability and would make ideal Rev Blgham Delivering Some For- Â¬ second Those who go up against him legislative timber His friends regret cible Temperance Lectures generally fall down yery much that he is unable to run Steve Hall is making a good success as The first of the series of temperance manager and will undoubtedly make the FRIQHTENED BEASTS lectures that is to inaugurate the tem- Â¬ Oloverport boys famous perance crusade in Breckenridge county The Ganneltons will play the Clover Pluto Robertsons Wild Ride For was delivered at Irvington last Saturday ports Friday Game will bo called at Life evening by Rev Bigham of the Har 2 oclock dinsburg M E church The lecture was An exciting runaway occurred on Wall listened to by an immense crowd Rev The Appetite of a Ooat street Monday afternoon The horses Bigham used vigorous language and Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose attached to Charles Reldels wagon be- Â¬ created a profound sentiment against in Â¬ Stomach and Liver are out ot order All came frightened and started down tho temperance such should know that Dr Kings New street at a break neck pace Pluto Life Fills the wonderful Stomach and Robertson driving Vests delivery wagon WILL SOON BEOIN Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite was in front The runaways threatened Telephone Exchange to be Erected In sound digestion and a regular bodily to run him down He drove as reckless- Â¬ habit that insures perfect health and ly as a Roman charioteer to get out of Cloverport great energy Only 25c at Short Hay their way He succeeded At the end drug store of the bridge the wagon attached to the Manager W K Boardman of the nes k runaway team turned over and they Cumberland Valley Telephone Com pany stopped near the Presbyterian church city last Saturday making was in the Sailors delivery wagon met with the final preparations for the installation of same experience as Vests No damago a telephone exchange in this city The was done work of construction will begin in a week or two An effort will be made to Business Changes add more subscribers to the list The firm of B F Beard A Co one of Catholic Church at Irvington to the oldest business bouses in Hardins Â¬ TEACHERS INSTITUTE burg has dissolved partnership and the Be Dedicated business will in the future be conducted County Pedagogues Will fleet at Har by Percy and Maryin Beard two of tho dinsburg By High Dignitaries With Solemn most progressive young merchants in Woods The afternoon game proved to be a slaughter of the lambs by Cloverport The Cannelton boys started in by play Â¬ ing snappy ball They put up a beauti- Â¬ ful practice game and the first three in Â¬ nings promised as pretty ball as baa ever been seen here In the first Cannelton Bcored once and then compelled Olover Â¬ port to mark up a goose egg In the next two innings both sides blanked After the third however the visitors fbll down Kinghan who was at the box for Cannelton proved an easy mark for Heysers Ferfectos They found the sphere and knocked it all over the field Tho score was as follows to Make the Legisla tive Race The Bkeckeneidge News has received a communication from Mike Blainof Stephensport which states that his health is too precarious to allow him to 34S78o 10030100 GUARDIAN ANQEL 11 11 11 11 Â¬ 11 11 11 11 bl fube Â¬ 11 1 erWsjtiy UUYU WW U wM wwt The County Teachers Institute will meet at Hardinsburg Monday Julv 23d An Interesting program has been pre Â¬ The dedication of the Church of the pared and a full attendance is looked for Guardian Angel Mt Merino Irvington llll will take place Sunday at 10 oclock To Virginia am A party of Breckenridge county peo- Â¬ Tho dedicatory services will be con ple consisting of Mrs Morris Beard ducted by Right Rev Bishop McOloekey Hardinsburg Mrs I It Murray Clov of Louisville assisted by Rev Fr West erVort Miss Mlnnlo Murray Salt Lake erman first resident pastor of Mt Meri- Â¬ City and Frank Board Hardinsburg no church Rov John OConnor the have gone to Virginia Beach Va to be present pastor Rev Father Brey and the guest of Mrs And for a month or others will alo assist in the dedicatory more services and solemn high mass The sermon will be preached by the W C T U MeetlrJK Right Reverend Bishop The W O T U will hold an import Thore will be a npeclal choir present ant meeting at the M E church July 17 It consists of the singers of St Marys at 8 oclock p in All members are reÂ¬ church Louisville who are said to have quested to be present the best in the Falls City The congregation will serve a basket O dinner oa the ground and ample provisÂ¬ IMWtTMHaWAhWfl StanUM ions will be made for entertaining the eVIgutu immease crowd that will Ira present Ceremonies the state Barge Party Miss Margaret Skillman entertained her young friends on a barge party Mon day night The affair was given in honor of her guests the Misses Slmtaonsand Thompson of Owensboro Business Hens fleeting mens meetiug to srongs for the coming Farmers Inatltnto wUl be held some evening this weak Ajfuu A business i attendance is desired t KMkelft Rattler Lea Campbell of Dukes is a reduVU able1 rattleoaake hunter Last week h killed a diamond rUleake 4btTia4 ohjht rattles Beat afBMU temec TOXIIA o m CWftHc v o toc v MMmi kjr-v- X iiHHT7Pw A TIME FOR MANIIOOD Like Davy Crockett the Bkkckkn PrsprWtri bidok News would rather be honest and be politically damned than bo hypocriti1809 BREOOWRIDGE NEWS nD A 7 Oi BUi Editors and WEDNE8DAY JULY 12 SIX PAGES lit rtuu terllse HOMY IH ADVANCE CARDS OP TUNICS 10 eeiUperllie mr Teliae charged fsrat OBITlAJIE3 charge fsr it tie rati sf 5 wall A QRBAT OFFER Form Journal From Now to Decem- Â¬ ber 1903 Nearly Five Year By special arrangement made with the publishers of the Farm Journal wo are enabled to offer that paper to every sub ecriber who pays for tbe Drkckknridok News one year ahead for onlv 1 both papers for the price of ourn only our paper one year and tho Farm Journal from now to December 1903 nearly five yoars The Farm Journal is an old established paper enjoying great popu- Â¬ larity one of the best and most useful farm papers published HaTThia offer should be accepted without delay Clean up Clean premises make healthy citizens Hah for good roads Attend the Farmers Institute Clean back yards mean lean grave yards Goon roads are as mucu to be preferred as great riches Â¬ Tins is one year when tho rain maker is out of place in Texas Tub Van Wyck boom will never get beyond the incubator stage Enpecially tho Politics Is h It kind bred in old Kentucky Politics may come and politics may go but the good road work should go on forever Most financiers make more money from their let goings than they do from their holdings Will wonders never cease V In Breck onridge county the democratic legisla- Â¬ tive nomination seeks the man Chairman Jonks of the Democratic National Committee is the latest victim of AlgeriBm He will not resign Buck Mooiiman of Glendeane says he ia fivo fourtliB sick He is about as bad off as the Kentucky political situation AViiiiK the Kentucky editors are the guests of the Henderson Brewery they will be enabled to fill a long felt want Watermelons and malaria have struck Cloverport Cheer up Tho worst is yet to come The kissing bug is headed this way Its up to the voter now They should remember that the Commonwealth will have just as good government as it de- Â¬ serves Between a republican machine and a democratic machino the honest voter is moved to exclaim your houses A pest upon both News believes that the principles of Democracy are as undying as truth The itself and though crushed to earth they will rise again Hawesvillk has the most gallaut man on earth lie told a young lady 0 that place that she had a heavenly voice he meant that it was unearthly Tjik day never begins in this country By the acquisition of the Phillipines Old Sol gives a continuous performance in Uncle Sams territory Â¬ Anotiieii church has been organized in this city If it wasnt for her saloons and the close proximity of Cannelton Cloverport would be an earthly paradise When Captain Heyser of the Clover root- Â¬ ports hlta out a three bageer the ers on the bleachers sing in chorus AFTER THE BALL while the fHd era burn the wind inchasoof the sphere has been found necessary to read the riot act at London Ont There is a suspicion that tbe citizens of that staid old town were demoralized by the ac- Â¬ tions of the Kentucky Democratic Con Â¬ It vention kiBsing bug will only come to Cloverport we can assure it of an opportunity of absorbing a series of gloriously cheap jags by alighting on the lips of some of our beat citizens Â¬ Ik tbe A St Louis paper has an editorial headed Guard The Last of Freedoms old Without reading it we infer that it dealt with Kentucky politics and refers to those whose oense of political honor rises above the yellow dog princi- Â¬ ple Is BabyThin this summer little Then add a to SCOTTS his milk is EMULSION three times a day astonishing how fast he will improve If he nurses lei the mother take the Emulsion ncuitiMtxwt It - doing lost I la Identity A party that In lacking in vitality Independence and virtus can bind no man to allegiance and the momant it becomes h failure that Â¬ moment conscience and honor absolves cally immortalized It would rather bo cursed lose money all its followers from tho bonds of fealty The isoueH In Kontttcky to dsy are and patronage and be independent than Tho bu praised and rewarded and be tho Godbelisui mid mill UohU lUm bond servant of a partisanship it kuew traditions of tlit past are lu j opardy If Kentuckys Meals of honor truth and to b pernicious and wrong will not stultily itflelf by Wfiiring justice the ideals that gave birth to It auy nmud collar It will not prutattule hor InUiiiSJ Statu pride and her proud itself by subserviency tn the yellow dog chart eter aro to be perpetuated the spirit of Goobehsin must bs killed at any principle in politics It will uphold that which It concolves cost Should Uoelxlism triumph tho day ot to bo right nudwlll guard that which it deems to be honorable even at the cost fair pi y In politics tho fair play that made politics rajpeUablo and that mndo of its existence The BnECKENBiuoK News is a paper the honors of ollice worth tho genius of that is endowed with too much strength Clay Deck Knott and the other iin of character to bo Batlstled with a rubber moitals will have passed in Kentucky Tho machine the organization tlmt hose for a backbone Its convictions nrs too Btiong and its sense ol responsibility makes tools of meu tho power that is too great to allow it to be a jolUical places a premium upon weakness of jelly fUb It is a paper with a mission character wilt circumvent the efforts of it preaches the gospel of patriotism honest endeavor nnd will handicap gen Â¬ safe guards the honor of tho boJy politic ius It will create political harpies that and uoes ail in its power to promote the wilt befoul the honors that should be stainless and make political preferment weal of the commonwealth It holds that its duty to its Suite and a thing that honest men will pass by community is higher tuau its duty to its witli loathing and disgust It will disenfranchise the suffiaglans parly when that party legitimates to a perverted machine dedicated to the real Â¬ of the state and elections will become n ization of an unscrupulous mans ambi- Â¬ mocking formality Keniuckians debased for their sur- Â¬ tion Tue BitucKKNHiDOK News to be hon Â¬ render to Goebellsm will become broth- Â¬ est with itself anil true to its mission ers to the ox or thoy in desperation will caunot support the candidacy of William be compelled to recover their lost liber- Â¬ ties with the weapons of revo ntion they Uoebel Ken- Â¬ wilt have to expatiate their sin and win It believes that the democracy of tucky has been knocked down and back their huritgi through bloodshed This is tho crucial tebt ot Kentucky robbed of its good name It believed that Goebellsm the party that has taken manhood Now is the time to show Dont let its place was the deBPoller and that it courage and indepondauco now uses the name of democracy its vic- Â¬ it hclutice to party loyalty to the tim as a highwayman usod un alias to shadow of a substance stand between you aud duty cloak his identity Take your stand now against GoebelIn Goebel and his principles or lack oi principles the News sees a danger- Â¬ lsm HUd its brood of evils and fight them ous foe to the best interests of the com Â¬ to the death monwealth It recognizes him as a con A Point of View Bummato demagogue a demagogue like Pdueflville Ky July 10 1899 Kobespiurre like Daulou a demagogue One Fool Democrat ssya Go ibel is an who would overturn the established or- Â¬ honest shrewd leader aud worthy the would destroy wealth der ol things who and properly who would debase the support ol auy man another equally body politic and who would mo tho good Deinocriit criesDk wu with Goe- Â¬ With all lowest passiouB of men to gratify his lust bel and political corruption those conflicting opinions and confusing for power The conservatism that kept two thirds parly cried rirging in my earn I ask Who is right ot the del gales to tho state convention From my point of view I cannot see a from bolting when Hedwine was made chairman was regarded by Goebel as n gubernatorial nominee or aspliant that confession of impotence From that a man can coneeieuttotifly support Goe- Â¬ hour he believed that the people of the bel is not the nominee oi the Democrat- Â¬ state would be more loyal to party name ic party if tho people are considered as the part if the people aro not in it why to a memory oi the thing that was than they would be to their sense of then Goebel is tho right man in the right He knew that he was unpopular right place and should receive the sup Â¬ but this did not disturb him as he looked port of every liberty loving loyal Demo- Â¬ for that trinity of political evils Passion crat Someone has said Goebel should be Prejudice and Partizanship to compen Â¬ supported by eveiy young man I am a sate for his deficiency in popularity Then lie laid and carried out his diaboli- Â¬ young man will caoC my first vote in No Â¬ cal plot to go back on his promise and vember or 1900 and fas tar as Democratic ancestors are concerned mine on both rob Captain Stone oi the nomination Goebel was successful at the Demo- Â¬ sides of the house have been Demo-Â¬ cratic Stale Convention but his success crats since the flood but as sure as tiiere was tho success of Tatquiu in the cham Â¬ are political tricksters I will not cast ber of Lucrece After he hud accom- Â¬ my first vote for u man young or old plished the rape of democracy he be who lias practiced deception and dishon- Â¬ came drunk with Big it of power and esty in order to place his name at made his Uoasts that tie would wage a head ot a ticket It may be that after war to the death on the most important fighting against the flood for a timo I commercial interests of the common- Â¬ will surrender and let the current of par- Â¬ ty sentiment carry mo into the slimy wealth filthy sea of political corruption but The effort that Goebel is making to God Id rather bs a dog and N railroad into the fight is uowthank drag the L bay at the moon than such a Demo- Â¬ merely the trick of a demagogue to crat diverc attention from the main issue Fikst Votek In his confidence that the people will join with him in his favorite pastime of A REQUEST corporation baiting he again flagrantly insults the public intelligence We call the attention ot out readers to Considering his threat seriously N railroad witli its vast the delightful article by Mrs Claire Pig- the L wealth and hundreds oi dependent inter gott on tiie insert page of this paper It The Land of the Don ests is to be his first victim He figures is headed that after having plunged the dagger of Breckenridge county can congratulate political oppression Into the heart of the herself that she lias so cultured so Intel commerce of the state every other cor- Â¬ tigent 10 liberal so broad minded a lady among her citizens This is one of the porate interest will be an easy prey Years ago the Uuecicknuipgb Neas very best papers we have read and Clo- Â¬ Was a partizan journal it followed its verport envies her sister city of Irving party witli blind faith and was zealous in ton in the pot session of so graceful a writer Mrs Pggott owes it to the com- Â¬ the work oi spreading its iuiluence munity to write more frequently The way liko the farmers boy who was It News is as hungry for her productions as put at tho plow for the first time Please Mrs Across tho field stood as old red cow a negro is for watermelon The farmers parting injunction to his Piggott write oftener son was Johnnie plow straight toward that r The miw You Hata mm Bought cow and youll do good work Johnnie obeyed ids fathers instruc- Â¬ tions to tho letter and all would have been well had not the cow wandered all DELIGHTFUL EVENT over the field takiug Jotinuie after her The News plowod straight for the cow making many crooked furrows but the Fordsvllle Society People are Royally Entertained wisdom of experience came the scales fell from its eyos and it refused to plow The party given by Mr and Mrs Sar Â¬ crooked any longer Since that day the News has worked gent Friday night in honor of Miss Mo more for the promotion of the rasteriul Uubblna was one ot tho grand st of the The houso was thrown open welfare of Kentucky and its home coun- season and all received a cordial welcome and ty than it has for party success It will never deviate from this policy a merry old time had they playing The Xkwh belieyes that Kentucky games music etc after which the din Â¬ with its wealth of lateut resources with ing room was opened and delightful its intelligent population with its mag Â¬ lunch served consisting of led cream nificent transportation facilities should cake candies and pickles Each went be one ot the first Btates of the Union in homo felling they had been duly paid industrial enterprise commercial activi- Â¬ for having gone The followlrg were present Mr and ty wealth and population It believes Mrs Groves Mr-- and Mrs C Smith Mr that any man or measure that Btands in the way of the commonwealths material and Mrs Camp Mr and Mrs M Smith progress Is a public enemy and should be Mr and Mrs P Cooper Mr and Mrs I Adair Misses Iluth Walker Nelia treated as such William Goebel by tho threats he has Hawet Ivor Johnson Nellie Duncan N railroad against Amble Ford Fannie Groves Bailie Ford made against the L all corporate Interests has proven uiin Grace Howard Nancy Smith Eflla Bean Ben Â¬ self to bo such an enemy and tho News Jessie Reynolds Ella Smith would be utterly devoid of spirit of cour- Â¬ netts Meesre Andrew Duncan Fred Brlte age and ol ft sense ot duty to Its state Arthur Smith Arnold McCarly Byron and county did it champion his cause Tho News believes that William Goe Bern Lou Johnson Roy Armendt Dr bol gained his nomination by fraud rob Harris Wathen Henderson Olla Wilson bery and treachery and that the methods Perkins be used showed absolute contempt for public opinion Uresis with Ton wastnsT you eontlau tbs Mwcvv The News believes that there is no w vMyuMirtiortatUllal VAUUAV souaeco iiuut tu ul espelsnlco- IIRv IfUHP democratic ticket before the people this iin aervoisiUstrsM bioou Wa M 1 aH H purias ins z tori fUM UUS bosss year The man baa become greater than MkSt rou stress aBSUaiA srMai eurtKl Mur the cause and the man is Goebel II lanatlth onr own dnriUtwb there is a Democratio ticket before the aah fam Takai Ik with Mm wllllulintlw nUlall na people then the party has surrendered boi Jauallr curMi twiM MML Mala ur r w rtunJ monir to a power ttronger than itself and lnw wt1IHlWHWiWIIH 1 Â¬ She nidnt Like the Job I nsod to work for n collection agency in one of tho northern cities said a lady perfumery drnmmer and my experience was tolerably oxciting My dnty was to sit at a roll top desk in the office nnd impersonate the proprie- Â¬ tor Light work did yon cay Jnst you wait All day long men would come in red eyed to lick tho boss Wheres tbe follow thatpnds out these blackmailing letters V was tbe nsnnl salutation Then I would smile sweetly and say Im the proprietress What can I do for yon t At that tho visitor would look dazed mntter things under his breath nnd walk off Well things went along nil right for nenrly a month Then one day a lit- Â¬ tle wiry chap walked in carrying a black enno Wheres tho boss ho so Id I gavo the usual fairy story Dont be Hove a word of it he replied still I cant beat a woman He thought awhile and something in bis eye made me feel creepy Ill have to take it ont on the fixtures be said finally and npon my word he broke every blessed thing In the shop Ho did it quickly and systematically and yon never saw such an awful mini As a wind np he broke the chandelier and bade me a po- Â¬ lite good day When tho proprietor came in ho had a fit It was after that I went into tbe perfumery business Tbo work is border bnt it Is much less trying on ones nerves New Orleans Times Democrat -- TTot ItalacA In Florida Among the interior docoiations of a restaurant not many squares from city hall nro a nnmbcr of artificial palms Tho palms nro as natural in nppenranco as if tbey had been grown instead of manufactured and probably not ono person in n dozen among tho restau Â¬ QUARTERLY OP T11K REPORT BRECKINRIDGE BMRl viaVTC vrviUi At the close of business on tho 30th da ri btj r 7 How Is this caused it or grief or sick- Â¬ ness or perhaps it was care No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old at thirty Gray hair Is starved hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force Perhaps sleepless nights character An afternoon or two ago an elderly couple evidontly from tho rural districts came into tbe restaurant and took a seat They gave their order and then began to look nround Thats a handsome palm Henry I exclaimed the woman pointing to the largest specimen I wonder if It grow that big in here Of course it didnt replied the man with n look of superior wisdom It was raised down in Floridy Thats where thoy all grow and then they are shipped up here Just then one of tho restaurants attaches npproached tho palm with a dompcloth in his hand Taking hold of ono of the leaves ho yanked it from tho stein nnd began to rub it vigorously with the cloth When hohnd cleaned tho leaf to bis satisfaction he replaced it and pulled another By this time Henrys face was n study as was Â¬ Â¬ rants patrons Isawnroof their artificial June 1801 flESOURCKS Lotnsaml discounts less loans to directors JaOans 10 officers 7707 oj 38970 15 9 33 Overdrafts unsecured Due from National bunks 309191 Due iron state bsnksondbank era 0 a 4000 503319 Banking house ond lot Other resl estate U S llonds Other stocks and bonds Spscle Currency 1141935 30000 118787 soo0 58601 9 - DAN0 Vicef f Cashier b 38391 34359 Furniture and Fixtures Debts In suit Stump Account 3000 1301 19A HtyJ 136 j LIAMIalTlKe Capital stock paid In In cash Surplus fund Undivided profits Due depofcltouss follows viz t Deposits tubject to check on which Inti rest Is not paid 7440092 Time certificates of deposit on which Interest is paid 109756t11 Fund to pay taxes Unpaid Dividends STMffbr Kentucv I I 1490 451 jSl t ntticl o tioiooo in 1 also I guess that plant didnt grow In Floridy after all the woman man aged to whisper What do you guess Â¬ that of his companion 184157 7 35S Vigor increases the circulation In the scalp gives more power to the nerves supplies miss- Â¬ ing elements to the hair bulbs Used according to direc- Â¬ tions gray hair begins to show color in a few days Soon It has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of earlv life returns Would you like our book on the Hair We will gladly send it toyou Wrlto nsl If vou do not obtain all the benefits vou expected from the Vigor write the doctor about it He may be able to suggest something of value to vou Address Dr J C aycr 00 Loweii Mass AN OLD SUP ERSTITION Is Borne out Among Battletown People Three Accidents Occur There in Sue cession Men Who Live In Neata In the bnshmen of Australia we find perhaps the lowest order of men that ore known They are so primitive that they do not know enough to build even the simplest forms of huts for shelter ho nearest thoy conld approach to it is to gather a lot of twigs and grass and taking them into a thicket or jun- Â¬ gle tbey build a nest for a home much as does a bird The nest is usually built largo enough for tbo family and if the latter be very numerous then tho nests nro of a very large size Into this place they all tnrn and snnggle and cnrl up together liko so many kittens Sometimes the follago will grow together and for a sort of natural covering bnt there is never any attempt at constructing a protection from the rain and storms and it is a marvel how they endnre them Bnt though the bnshmen of Australia aro the very lowest in the scale of ig- Â¬ norance they possess a rare instinct that equals that of many animals and Is in its way as wonderful as mans rea- Â¬ son It is almost impossible for them to be lost Even if tbey be led away from their home blindfolded for miles when released they will unerringly tnrn in tho right direction and make their way to their nest home and though these ore all very similar they never mako a mistake St Louis Globe Inquker Henry 1 Henry allowed And that he guessed the same thing Philadelphia Democrat Le Greer Battletown while at work on a barn met with a serious accident last week The scaffold on which he stood gave way witli him and as a result of the fall he broke his leg just above the aukle DISLOCATED SHOULDER fe While Airh Bennett Battletown was taking the harness off a mule his arm got entangle and in his effort to free it dislocated his shoulder The injury was quite painful CUT OFF UIS TOE Clay Hockman while at work making ties near Battletown one day last week lot the ax slip and cut off the big toe on to the nurses chagrin He cant live through the night said the doctor Sure enough when the nurse went to give the sick nun his medicine he only shook his bead Tho distracted nurse saw ber proud record ubout to be broken nnd she urged tbo patient to take bis dose No use he murmured Well sir said the nurse In despair youve got totakoitl And if you dlo Ill kill you I Whereupon tho patient began to laugh took his medicine and got well Â¬ Â¬ Savrd Ty a launch A professional nurse at Leeds Eng- Â¬ land was remarkably successfnl in the care of patients suffering from small- Â¬ pox diphtheria or pneumonia In fact she had never lost a patient with one of theso complaints Not long ago how- Â¬ ever she bad a pneumonia case which was given up by tho physician much The major just returned from Boston tells in strict confidence this story I had engaged my berth nnd was standing on tho rear platform five min- Â¬ utes before the train pulled ont of tho Park square depot when a middlo aged woman nnd a handsome girl both la- Â¬ dies passed me and entered the car accompanied by a gentlemanly looking chnp who carried their baggage A mo- Â¬ ment later this fellow rushed up to me and said he was in a most embarrassing position had his sister and mother aboard and had lost his mileago book He would introduce mo to them and give me any security for 26 I paid I needed neither introduction nor security but would give him 10 all I had to spare He insisted on giving me his diamond scarfpin and then rushed into the station to see if he could get more cash As tho train pulled out without him he came running wildly after it but bad to give it up Then the portor approached mo Was that man annoying tentatively yon V he said I told him no Ho insisted on carrying tho btiggago of two ladies inside sab an an did he get any money out of you t Of course ho didnt said I but I took the first opportunity of examining that pin It was worth abont five Buffalo News cents Â¬ Â¬ Joke on the Major CnTfflsV l llrvclcinridlTH Cc 49 H DEN cashier of Urccklnrldtfe Bank bank located and doing business at No Wall sire In the city ol Cloverport in said county being- dill sworn says tint the foregoing report Is In all n Jfhv spectsatrue statement of the condition of the sal bank at the close of buslniss on the 30th day 0 irn i June 1899 to he best of his knowledge and belief nstirnnc and further says that the bu lness of said bankhat clCEUW been transacted at the location named and 1 elsewhere and that the above report is made i compliance with an official notice received from the to Healino Secretary of State designating the jothday of Jun tind hears 1893 as the day on which such report shall br made Itch exrem scbarpea A II Skillman Cashier ores 01 sum A II Skfllrakn J N Dlluv Subscribed and sworn to befoie me by A Skillman cashier the 3rd diiy of July 1Q99 rASPr W H nowutR J T Skillman F Directors II brinflnmtd its A d this ofl nl tlsfied t your mo ir burns Chas II Skillman N P n C 16 0 Commission expires Ian 1900 QUARTERLY REPORT OF T1IK BANK OF HARDINSBURG MARDINSBURO KY At the close of business on the 30th dnj of June 1899 RESOURCES Loass and dtuounts less loans to directors 11030601 375 36 a lJ tooth In EH Overdralts unsecured Due from National banks 4648138 Banking house and lot IOt i 4648131 Â¬ OASTOBIA Â¬ 1 W11IIV iiiat -- M PWE Touch In Telegraphy Roland Belfort who has been interested in some of our articles on wire The cow kicked the bucket over and less telegraphy writes Having worked most of the Atlantio spilled tbe milk if you do not got the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and eastern cables I can testify to tbe of State designating the Jth day ot June 1899 as the day on which such report shall be made and all of 1000 lOol 1002 and 1003 near- Â¬ ease with which an operator recognizes Tina Any One Seen Ilcrt M H Heard Cashier Supposing your wife should run off ly five years just by paying for the his distant colleagues by their touch Often I have heard the exclamation Will Millif with a handsomer man and you wero Breckenridge News a year ahead you I Directors Theres that confounded X come on Montis Kskkidgb called upon to give her description to The Farm Jour will de like that cow J B K Beard immediately X transmitted bis first the police do you think you could do Subscribed and sworn to before me by M H nal is the biggest paper of its size in the signal It any better than was done by a Cof United States of America Some operators signaling is so feyville man who communicated as fol- Beard the 3rd day of July 1899 Frank Boakd N F B C weak nnd shadowy that the work of lows with the officers at Wichita My commission expires 1th next session Ken- Â¬ deciphering the signals is quite doubled tucky Senate NEW CHURCH My wire left at 10 M It is also easy to tell whether an Missouri Paciflohere last nighteho wore aon tha railroad and whit a operator has been in convivial society straw bat and a black Irons Vut she bag got a Statement of Condition lot of other dresses with her The are green Christians Organize With a Full Com- previous to taking duty By the signal plueb dtriped two la red OF ing a cablist can tell whether his cor- and the other and pink ilk walsta one fellow plement 0 Officers Bhe ia with a la respondent is tired angry depressed named A M W a traveling man for soma merry or moody London Mail binder company and if you find them I wish Tho meeting conducted by Kev A F you would hold them and put them both un der arrest and wire me at once and I will come Beare of the1 Christian church closed Hott Sea Iatona Capture anil on first tratn Do all you can and yon will be last Thursday night There were 42 ad In capturing gulls the sea lion dis paid for It 1 am jours B8 IRVINQTON - KENTUCKY no little skill and ennning When P 8 Excuse poor writing Bhe la a small ditions A church was organized with plays like woman weighing abont 120 pounds and a in pursuit of a gull it dives deeply un the following elders At the close of business Jane 30 1099 fair looker John M Gregory J H Wills Thos der water and swims some distance Kansas City Journal RESOURCES where It disappeared t then rising from Brown Notes and mils discounted i97434 cautiously it exposes the tip of its noso Helping a Tartar Deacons Thos Bolder Alvin Wilker Cash on hand and due from banks 86S649 along tbe surface at the same time A singular custom prevails among Overdrafts unsecured 130 soo John D Gregory jr and Lindsay giving it a rotary motion The unwary the Tartars or Kurds If a man gets into Amounts Invested In U S bonds and Grant bird on tbe wing seeing the object difficulties L 0 loses his cattle or securities 631363 A F Beare wil act as pastor near by alights to catch it while the other movable property be pours a Furniture and Fixtures 100000 een lion at the same moment settles be5305 little brown sugar into a piece of col- Expenses for past six months neath tbe waves and at one bound ored cloth ties it up and carries one A Coming Event t577 be ateaim with extended jaws seizes its screaming ommo LIABILITIES The Y P S O E will give a grand prey and instantly devours it Scien such parcel to each of his friends and Capital sved as c acquaintances In return ho Is pre1500000 the be st hi social at the Fisher homestead Friday tific American Due depositors to circumstances 974690 sented according Id 179 re night A grand cake walk in which the 48081 with a cow or sheep or a sura of mon Undivided profits The Printer Joke champion of Missouri will participate a ww Tbo Arkansas City Traveler eayi that ey He is thus at once set on his legs 577 hay ride in the moonlight refreshments R K Hawes Cashier when the printer who was working on again before roe by Ri K Hawes this July Sworn to music games and the hospitality of Ibis a farm was kiis T P told by the farmers wife 8oj S Abont an Kvea Thins famous old home will be the attractions to set a hen be replied loro Ify Leaded or Milton Lock ah d A well known member of tbo Detroit You must go or you will not be good to solid Police Judge Town of Irvlagton Ky Somo years ago I bar tells this story yourself Which reminds us of Uncle John attended a session of the circuit court Speeru etory of the printer in his office up in the state A pro confeeso NOTICE divorce Successful Meeting who was setting up a etory and had a case was called and it so hnpponed that OrrtciOF SuriitNTENOtNr Common Schools i Begone base brevier Itev W B Rutledge is conducting a knight say llAXDINSDUKO tho juduo was very much opposed to diKv June s6 1899 To TVU1TXSS A afterward explaining to the indignant vorces especially those which were unmost successful revival at Glendean orCoMUON SsiiooLsi CBiiTLsuiN t Tie Teach authbr that there was no minion in tbe opposed After the attorney for dozen came forward for prayer Monday office the ers Institute far this county for tbe cirrent school Kansas City Journal complainant in this caso had announced year will hv held at lUrdfnsburg beginning on night No one ia assisting him He will dlys himself aa ready to proceed the judge the 34th dsy of Jury 1899 undcontlnnlojj requires fill his regular appointment in this city Please to notify tromptlysibe At tbe pretty villsgo of Holylake a asked if any one appeared for the de Sunday suburb of Liverpool there are golf links fendant There was silence for a mo- every teicher in your district Observe that In adÂ¬ which are famous as being the oldest ment and tho judgo repeated tbe ques dition to direct oral or wrbtn lnfcwatiM written contracted and among the best in England tbe tion At one end of the lawyers tablo notices are to be posted- - If yoM- county it Is a Horse Struck Uy with a teacher who Is absent if eat an attorney who had acquired the you duty to write hlnj or her onee Owen Bates of MtQuady waa struck game being brought thera by the Scotch h opportunity liquor habit and who was at tho time That you nay avail youi by a run away horse last Sunday after dlsciuelon of mat nillvlllea Poatmnater considerably nnder tho Influenco of of bearing-- nnd taking pars noon and received several very painful notified that Our new postmustor ran so fast for stimulants He was noticed struggling ters pertaining to your olKiyoa injuries on Wednesday will be utters day office that he didnt hnv6 time to get to get on bis feet and on observing ANDREW WKKLL S C S 9C The following sign is posted him tbo judge seized tbe opportunity educated Those who live on farms are liable to on the postoffice wiudowi to ask S many accidental cuts burns and bruses Thar is 2 Lettalrs inside for Molly Do you appear for the defendant which heal rapidly when BALLARDS GIbbens Tbey look like theyre from Mr Blank V The drm of H F Bsd - Co composed ot B M IHVW511 her son Bill who is Bin Mustard Out your honor I merely rose to F Beard C L Beari0- doId nd J sne SNOW LINIMENT is promptly applied No is Beard hatthli Alltore 2 Lettairs for Hiss Hoi man I remark as friend of the court that csededthe firm ofdaen ft poxoposed o b Bwt Price 2A and 50 A R Fisher Beard and inouu Onerlegged Hise which looks with Brother Doubleblonk as attorney PM business vRA3 has Wen placed la firm The like theyre From the Widder Stevens W collection and adjust for the complainant and no one on the the hands of C T Fine Crop ment and Is7br eppolnted agent and IT au as Her Rltln is knowed by Everybody other side It wbb about an oven thing thoilsed toctrnIJaiuth buslaess of Us John Crow who lives In the PatesviHe Coll an git em Hise an Molly Then Blank rcsDmed bis seat whllo At PAHTrMN3 thr old nrm ar request neighborhood has a splendid crop of lanta Constitution the whole court roared with laughter tobacco He has fifteen acres planted Detroit Free Press and he said he never saw better looking for Fifty Cents C U Baxap Mrs Geoige Beutley Hawesvllle ia hjuimhxj umuiv euro mauca neax OKHaswsU weed in his life men itrour blood pure Wo U Alt druxglitt tIsIUdk friends and relatives in tha city P M BsUaoT his right foot Â¬ Â¬ 2500 Too ltoneit to Ever Grow Rich SRIOUR Other real estate 50738 lupeiior Emerson keeps a grocery store on Other blocks inl bi nds 3383500 vs mort Grand avenue opposite tho limekilns Exchanges fur dealings than an 109919s Â¬ A KOi west of Western avenue As all his cusOthers items caniej us cash 1210 ireeon tomers are either Greeks or Italians he rumuure ami nxtures 700X keeps a stock on hand somewhat differ- Â¬ RNA 947W ent from other grocers LIABILITIES LE KY One day n drummer strayed into the store Emerson was waiting on an Ital- Â¬ capital sock paid in In cash i5oooco son Surplus fund ian woman while her SfiS011 JET Deposits subject to check ion was stealing sugar out of a barrel whl h Interest is not paid 71616 03 Eggs were 18 cents a dozen Tbe wo- Â¬ man wanted only one egg The solitary Time certificates of deposits on which Interest is paid 9150377 163118 So prospective chicken was wrapped up Unpaid dividends 100000 Two cents please said Emerson fHR She paid and received a small slip of 119479901 Statu of Kentucky yellow paper ce County ot Ureckenridge J What was that slip you gavo her I M H Beard Cashier Bank of Ilardlnsburfr asked the drummer after she left Hm you see eggs are 18 cents a bank located and doing busicessln the city of liar iTear for dozen That makes 1 cents for each dlnsburg in said county being duty sworn sayl egg The woman would not pay a half thn the foregoing report U in alt respects a trus statement of the of bank at cent too much and as I did not want clou of business condition4mli the said Tnn fiW then rfov nf on the to sell the egg for 1 cent eho paid 2 the best of his knowledge onlv ail belief cents and I gave her tbe slip good for says that the business ol sail bank has and further jrn ofTcTj c been transone half cent Thus she will got the acted at the location name and not elsewhere next egg for 1 cent if she brings tbe and that the above report Ik made In compliance with an official notice received Irom the Secretary Chicago Journal slip i mm idge 1 reek lum 12 geft I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EHSheimanCo BANKERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 rfd Â¬ THE LAND v OF THE DON 1BUHG resident Otialcr YI ProBident Anlntcrcsting Review of a Years Reading Mrs V DJIBEOTOIH TIME J Plggotts Remarks on a Live Topic DEPOSITS ifooo J Tlio following mntnillcent paper WA9 road by Mrs W J IliiirotJ of Irvlngton at the li V It 0 inciting week before Cashier last Oar reading courao for tho year of 9S Jlingled with our regrets 19 is ended at the close of our ypRrs work are plena ant memories ofournnsociatesand bright hopes for the future 06 Our study of the history literature and art of Spain and Franco has interested ntucky strengthened and broadened us Tho recent history of Spain is not an inspir ing study hut during the 15th and 10th conlmy when she was the most power- Â¬ ful country in Christendom her history in 10000 is like a vividly colored romance Her he tx art literature seats of learning ploits of her navigators and illustrious DEPOSITS men are wondorfuily faecinatlng Our sojourn in the land of Gid has been full of pleasure and pr At as hand it in hand anil heart to heart wn have wandered over itu breadth of eun bitlied plains and orange mantled tlopt We havrf in spirit breathed the air of Andalusia and have rambled through Iv tho lofty balls and gunteous courts of the Alhambra where the loves and pas Â¬ sions of silent Moor and haughty Span iard have outlived the ceuluires We have seen the country bathed in Heallfippil od heai and caret the fierce sunlight of the Spanish noon- Â¬ i exrema catarrh chapped hinds aod day and have in famy soen the twilight elofiklnof mucous shadows creep over tue olive sroves and inflnmtd eve in 48 thlsbfl will cure Vine clad hills as the mutzztn called to burrii rtlri tores and prayer from the loiiy mofqne i tlifid your diug yonr mon y Price We have heard the beggars wail the W Cloy OWES bray of the distant donkey and our ole factories have been assailed by the com- Â¬ bined odors of rancid oil garlic impuri- Â¬ ty stale incense myrtle orange and DAN ORILEr Vice President ity Bank stronger from contemplation of tho great problem of history and humanity Count that day lost whoso low descend ing sun sees from the hand no kindly action done What if our lives aro full of common plac occupations by crowdlug a little wo can find time for the Indulgence of refined tastes and cultivated desires There is no one who is so occupied as the unoccupied It is the limy rpon and women of the age who make History or nioud the destiny of nations or to fit the thought to our own narrower lives it is those who have heart occupations nndhrad occupations as well as hand occupations who achiove the most in shaping and influencing tho lives and characters ot others But this thought and theme might be followed indefinite ly One word of exportation in regard to our work for next year and I am done Whatever course we pursue whether it be a study of colossal Russia with its great future and a history of the lesser powers of Uutope or wnether wo map out our own study let us do it with a doflnito aim and a firm determination to accomplish ihebest rtsulte Every success idle us for something better something a Utile higher up whither it be in our club work or in our daily life Let us so live thatsiuking in our last long sleep calm we rosy Bmile while all around ua wop flions to scholarship and whose influenco on politics was of a dobasing and demor illng charactor Tho grotesqueness of tho scholar in politics aiding in tho ele Â¬ vation of such a person was not lost upon tho mostunlntellegont man in tho count- Â¬ ry The only place whoro any go fesquenoss comes In is in the of tho statement itself If thn schoars In politics why not say thn iutelectuals it Jins n finer sneer In France a while ago havo nothing inoro to nyret than that they male ClevclatnlH first election possiblo there Is lltlli reason for I hem to feel in at y way dismry ed Baltimore Md News Â¬ Good Values FOR YOU AT THE Hrson Route Loniirilli Hendenon III Mi No r Co riweCarrlUEffeotJuna 181809 KAST HOUND 0 No 44 No 46 Eclipse Grocery Company pounds Sugor Lion Coffee Prunes 17 2 Ciuis 1 St Ioul DENT Parsnip Complexion the sufferer from kidmy trouble The hollow cheeks the sunken eyes the dark puffy circles under eyes the Bally complexion indicates it A physician would ask if you had rhe umatlsm a dull pain or ache in the back or over the hipp stomach trouble desire to urinato often or a burning or scalding in passing it if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be repeated or if the urine has a brick duBt parsnip-colored It does not rtqure an expo it to detect Â¬ Â¬ what not We have studied graco with tho Span ish dancer music with the Clandestine lover Riid his mandurra literature with Cervantes and Lopizdo Vtgt and art with Velatqut z Murillo aud Fortuny Contrary to the custom of travelers we lingered in sunny Spain long after the Vernal tquinox and even then with IKK JOUKN al than reluctance we crossed tho Pyrenees into both quality and the lovely Southern Valleyd of France among its iron clad lulls its venerable Our stay in IRtoURNAI li the cities and quaint custome tupeilor ot all other France has been too brief and yet great v more good pleasure and profit have been ours in than any other It A food commit the study of the famous men and illustree on application trious women of our sister Republic and co in the contemplation of the richness of E KY J her mosx and ajt treasures All obstacles and disappointments and hinderancea NGEHENT are overcome and what delightful memT ories are left us How mucn larger our RE -- cu Â¬ rnal deposit or strong odor When tbeee symptoms are present no time should be lost in romoving the cause D lay ma lead to gravel catarrah of the bladder i il imation causing stop-Â¬ page requiring tho drawing of the urino with instruments or may run into BriuhtB Disease the most dangerous stage of klbney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist is a positive remedy for Buch diseases Its reputation is worldwide and t is easy to get at any drug store that no one need Buffer any length of time fox want of it However if you prefere to first test its wonderful merits mention the Brecken ridgd News and write to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y for a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by mail TEDDY ROOSEVELT You owe it to vnur country to do yjur full part in shapiug aright publio opinion and in st curing the proper conduct of public affairs There Is with spread im ptveslon which I fear facts will jimtifv that many men of civic duly of assisting in tho wlBeadmltietratinni f grvernment The former are so ahx nbbd in bustuess and the latter are so ft tidious about tak ing any active part In ptlltics that thn field for unscrupulous pulttitil managers is clear Youoweit to your country as educated men to stand in the face of all taunts of vetorian political worker for pure methods ot action for high prinIf ciples for the truth as youieeit the high minded and intellegent men who in their seclusion as practitioners of proHrBilons refrain fom active efforts to direct public opinion wc uld persist- Â¬ ently strive to make themselves f lt in every political rrisip does any one doubt that much could he aceompNhed to eleD vate tho tone of our pcltticrl life not misunderstand me as advising you Often the all to seek rflkla position vory best work ran be done by the private citizens Oifics holding is fre quently ft very serious sometimes a fat- Â¬ al interruption to ones professional career Bat the educated man whether in office or out of t fllcp should remem- Â¬ ber that bo is under obligation to place his education and all the power it l ai givon him at the service of his country This is a debt whiclt we should ever stand readv to pay From the Bacca- Â¬ laureate Sermon ol President Angell of Michigan University Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 00 Worthlngton Stanley Griffith Mattingly Oweniboro itYiatvine tlatkcL SkIUiIIo Iteadt Henderton Lv BoOAm 7M 731 738 7 45 7 53 31J 8 2Stm Upm Z46 3 01 317 8 Mom 310 328 339 323 2 45am 768 8 02 S20 326 807 829 329 I0o 05o 150 Polka Corn Fresh Salmon Mustard Sardines Caromel Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jelly Bottlo Pickles Green Coffee Counlry Bacon 3 Bars Toilet Soap 100 Dozen Glass Tumblors per sot Wo have mnny other things in tho grocery lino you need and see us first I0o 08o I0o I0o 05o 10c 07c I0o 10c Call Shopt Cloverport Holt Addison Stephensport Samp Pierce Lodlburg Webtte Irvlngton Ruston Ekron Orandenburfr I onr Ilnnch Povert for Rockport Ind 8 41 80 Iewjiport 8 67 Ialcon 906 1etrie 911 I Ilawetrille for Cannelton Teil City I 920 Sklllman 930 9 42 Iatet 82U 38 363 404 413 419 423 433 440 4 49 a 400 418 439 460 48 431 6 48 1004 10 07 600 Sfl 618 622 634 607 610 620 625 6 82 643 1012 10 20 1024 1032 1040 10 48 630 642 560 603 610 Willow Dale Howard Wett Point Kentucky Street Loulivllle Union Dep Itockllarco 1016 1104 6 IS 1113 626 1122 634 1120 640 1135 645 1143 662 11604m 665 1220pm 730 Ar 1235pm 7 45poi 611 567 603 610 617 30 s 645 715 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through be Â¬ tween Louisville Evansyille and St Louis without Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cart and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with Â¬ out change change the Seashore August oth The Greatcst of All Trips No 1 74 By JACOB BIQOLB All about BiaOLE HORSE Honei j BOOK EDGAR HILL Illustration Â¬ 1 ge flews ek irnal rior only AII subscrip ffei must be tent 125 o work has grown I How many more ill- Â¬ ustrious characters it contains I The wretched roads and wintry winds have oft times been forgotten in our journeys to our rendezvous because of the delightful companionship of spirits from other lands and ages We do not believe because we have endeavored to enlarge our sphere and increase our mental activities that we become any the less capable wives and Has Something to Say About the Scholar in Politics mothers Nor do we think we are any the lees efficient in the culinary art because we aveu laughed with Cervants oyer the strange fancies and absurd situation of Don Qalxote and haye sipped at the fountain cf Cornellle Racine Moliere Mjcbelet and others Why phonldnt we wash dishts if need te while the sublime rythm of the Iliad or Odyasey makes music in our minds Or why should not that humble implemont of house wifery the broom beat an accompaniment to the cadences of moderp poet and verso maker Tho lives of most women are narrow necessarily so cribbed cabined con- Â¬ Made up of petty details which fined though important as ministering to the comfort and happiness of the little realm of whjch woman ia quetnt yet are trifles in the great sum of human existence B NWa OoMFPHT Imzik tine etweon vansville ION K BISHOP Purser N COJfNER Puner Wby abouJdnL zons 1 weT extend our hori Â¬ Knowledge is no more a foun Â¬ tain staled Let us drink deep until NJEWBELLPurr tho habltfl of the slave the sins of empti Â¬ ness gossip spite and slander die Nothing broadens the views or en- Â¬ en Louisville and delivered quicker riches the mind more than the companV Â¬ Itinera are nmodttions The it cookt and the untur- - tthqtelt I Kpujth Avenue W HITB A PA President gopjbooks To know the history of a classic quotation or to know Plutarchs Jives to have studied the grijat Elizabethan age in the light ofGods truth to etudy character with Pumas or George EIJoJ or to have llyed in the mellow atmosphere qf Charles Dickens or Wasliington Irving o ionship Â¬ ejqyatopgfiofgu anpVJlViag - plamj ofthqught tESv A great writer haa said there are some wbo wish to know with the sola purÂ¬ pose that they may know and it is curi- Â¬ osity Slmewho wish to know that they may be known apd it Is base am bition Sorap wlp wist to know that they tray Boll their knowledge and It isavar ice and some who wfsh to know that they may help others and it Is charity1 Le us seek oow in order tbaj may fit oiirselyes to beo greatest use to the world and our souls will grow In aed proportlQnjtajmr mlnda enlarge A What an uplifting thought It is to feel e to ErQOUr Viat the world is spiritually and Intel iVetuilly growing better It ia crosa - n th6 fco ot thB iOth rnmtion aQ Yrimsal hentory revelations that it is not 1 t- Ia the address made b Governor Roosevelt to the graduating class of Cor nell university on the duties of college men the governor put education in its proper place He spoke on the duty of men whose faculties have been trained and ho kept continually in mind the fact that education was only a disciplining of capabilities already existing This prevented him from giving a false value to scholarship In fact be warned the men sgiinst the dangerb of setting themselves up as better than their fallows The test of merit was the use which men made oi tho powers that they possessed There was need in political life of men with trained and disciplined minds and high purposes He hoped that the Cornell graduates would interest themselves in the problems of gpvqrn ment This Is the kind of talk wbioh is worth while It haqeepecial force because it comes from a man who Is living to the best of hi8 ability that which he preaches Whatever opinion may be held as to tho soundness of the views of Gover- Â¬ nor Roosevelt on any speciflu question of publio policy it must be admitted that tntye is room for more men like him In political life He is the kind of scholar in politics which wo need though wo donotknpwthat he hBeon thus de- Â¬ scribed in rqcect years We do not speak of the scholar in public life save when an educated man attempts to block progress by insisting on Impract- Â¬ ical and visionary schemes There are scores of other men o education who prove as well as Governor Ronseyelt that college traiuing does ndt destroy their political efficiency and does not set up false standards in their minds The list cpuldtlecontinnejl nntilone would see tbatlfc waflicwjy the Edward Atklsona who dellghtotl tbjbo known asischolars In politics and that the educated men who were doing sonihijjg o mpraaqt rqmemtiered only once in a- - while that they had received their trainlnjjadjffdi ent way1 frorn UieJf eilowaV BrooHlyn NY Esgle Â¬ The regular Annual Excursion to Old of Mr W A Wilrtus 8 P A will be run Wednesday St L and O O Aug Oth via L H Ral ways from Gloverport on regular leaving at 046 A M connecting tral with Seashore Special which leaves Un ion ration foot of Sevonth street at 131 P M Tho round trip rate to Old Point Comfort is only 15 and the tickets are good until August 30tb with stop over Point Comfort in charge privilege returningonly This trip surpasses any ottered the traveling public Grand and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air surf bathing ocean voyage palatial hotel en tertainment and a visit to the capital if desired Every attention and courtesy will bo extended to ladies without escortr Choice ot routes returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg Natural Bridge and other polula cf interest Sleeping car rates will bp 100 for berth Louisville to Old Point to be occupied by ono or two poisons and application for sleeping car space should bq made at once to W A Wilgue S P A Hopkinsville Ky For further part- Â¬ iculars address as above or call on Ag ent L IJ St L Railway Â¬ Â¬ DiaQLE BERRY BOOK All about growlne Small Fruits read and team bow j contain 43 colored life like reproductlont of all leading varieties and lop other Illustrations Price jo Cent No 3 DiaOLE POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Dook In existence telU everything wlthij colored Hfe llkereproductlont of all the principal breeds wito 103 other illustration Price jo Cent No 4 BIOQLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Butineta having a great sale contains 8 colored life like reproductions ofech breed with 133 other illustration Price jo CenU No 5 BiaOLB SWINE BOOK Just out All about Hogs Breeding Feedlnir Butch cry Diseases etc Contains over 80 beautiful half tones and other engravings Price 50 Cents TheBiaaLB BOOKS are uniqueoriRlnalusefui you 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paper of iU lite iu the United States quimaeryounave-sald-i- 60 55 00 08 15 6 6 6 20 14 10 01 64 42 30 15 67 53 48 5 05 6 00 4 55 4 46 49 4 27 1 15 4 00 3 42 38 0J 13 20 fm rr 6 44 6 36 6 30 au 3 3 3 3 33 29 21 15 ru Any ONE of the BIGGLE BQOIfS and the PARM JOURNAL nd lW WiU U b f0Yanfdree oampie 01 rAKm tVftikViir1 describing juukhau ana circular Address BIQULB BOOKS tree - Trains 414143 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with Trains Not 3 and forpoiots on Fordsville branchi Trains J 3 4 and 3 run dady Train Nos a and 4 connect at irvlngton with Main Line tralnt 41 j4 43 and 4 K f Dally WILMTR ATKINSON CIIAb V JENKINS PARSC lOUDNAT ll rifflfetv PUILAOBLrniA J HvHunsclie t The TAILOR if -- V CaeSPCHOAV- RATE8 - rhamoitentrllu looatMl uotalinthwcltu NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN NOCURE NO PAY VSMSJ Will be in Cloyex pprt on the 2d and1 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Go INS- OANflEIiTON THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original Wltn vn 1 A will poti tlyely euro forever any form of lllood or the reiult pt Sexual dUenie It itthe treatment 30 of yeart experlenco ia iheie tUwaies rfWZHJI n ii m mt mmmtrntw p MatsHatal WE CURE SYPHILIS Thlt torrlblo Blood Poison the terror of mankind ylelda readily to our NKW TllKAiMKNT llentte of Meroury IoUtb etc They may ruin your ryitem If you b e tore in tho mouth or tongue pains in the jolnU tore throat hair 01 ebrowi falling-- outpunpleior blotebet omfloh derangement tore eyet peau- kith oie vnn nave tho aAeftnuar iwid Wo aoltplt tho of thlt Wood Polwn tnoit obttlnata catet nd Jhalleni e the warld for cato wo accent for troatment and cannot euro pr our ireainion ue Pln ulcer heal the halt orowa Ulcappearine tKtn Dooomet neniipy uu AMWWVvVvVvVVWiWWvAWATVyWMVX LYONS TRADE V GBABBAQEi ATTORNEY AT LAW JtijBlMARKOH SBkll gli 4sHLVsV v piarnatoiiKibloondiafo CURES GUARANTEED Thoutandiof young nd mlddle agtu I menhavathi by early tilllM vforrr eto No matter the caiji our I ntw jueinoti ireaiueot ia un muiy HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY LAXATtvr 77 1 1 VWLtt KHlei HhHvi day bit 7 The adminBtration has been having a great deal of trqubje wUh a ponslderahle number of persona belonging to the most educated and thoughtful portion of tho population It is np surpriplpg there fore that admlnstretlon newspapers should feel disponed 6 gird at tlio scholars in pqljtipa apdtmake him out a very pitiful sort of individual We are stirprisd hdwever to flotjf PhilafllpUja Press and In an oditorlal wboae writer we shrewdly suspect isa scholar in politics himself a yery ouyf fa m i t vi H iouatftinent Iri regard to the relation ff5mja cine we we ioiu 01 an essay on of peNoos of that stamp to the election lory el hn perfection of Qrover OIv6lan J to ttje neidenpy Forysaratha plauorsa rang with de Â¬ i of a Mate of Jmper- atsd of the scholar la lalhe constant striving mands for T - ernvstlii bolitits bttttbs artt ocpafiqni wbes the our ttkal WWtt ffVlu a1vnir fnfMttufn I a tail WECURE1HP0TENCY And reitoro rJt lrft to t norma condi tion Ambition life and energy aw re PEEPAEED TO PBAOTIGE CASES IN BANKETJPTOY AND ASSIGNMENTS i Â¬ Â¬ hlmtell a nd ono newed among mou Kerr case It treated Indi Â¬ vidually no nireHill benee our wonder Â¬ ful taccoM No matter what nils you san fur oontult lit ooofidentlally Wo toaoopm- iilth bank bond to rurantee pUihwnatwaoUlm fIt SYRUP NATURES CURE F ibn lni 250 frT jir JTr We treat and HICUCKIil LUUK 1 0p CURED iiy IKK C0N5TIPA1W AJCLICITFlj LiqUH LXATEV made from well known UxtUve vmw yekeUbles tad ffults Tor ttttw uT QonittptIcn Torpid kebe And all ilerMtKdcondWtoM ftuvocin Pleuut ous orugs it is in rawi r tvs well M adults Mmnf iftKilr TTuinA hr i t i4 rt KilltSHlOriB ULUKT v Dunn nil OIIAUU JiUUKB lNN EXMdl DKltDltcaet j JECADEXi3rSBXJI2C3- - - ICElliTTaraiS I4r M unable t eaiL write for WiANK for IWMIi lUSATMi NT rottf tvivf H pxxaa Wl wt II IM Kennedys Kerqah 1 21 W Fourth St CJNQIHHATI Send 250 ta thii m UA flWB We lslltKM Ut PWl 4 th prssldwwy xrid Ik favor of the elsctlda c f a sm 9 9mMmtPXjan um uo without any prstsa- - VbTI AhM VXHKiixkAIbUJ afftai W tanufw uitfia mr vifVJWHi - n gnaw ppn tHtM aAXNE8u KY I - CLOVERPORT WkJffl H Sc upset bis Wagon leaving the hog stand LOCUST HILL big on their headHo tried hie luck Mm J im ii 1111 in driving them afoot then and made the WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1695 Dennlo Askin Is on the sick list trip Ml right Frank Hlnton got left complotly Suniibth nonii iroilDlca n jrrav ubhi conitlp What a great timo is this gardens afe torpid liver with Infauna OASO A which produces you claim day MULDRAUGH UKTtf to be all tlon overflowing with good thin its to eat ap Â¬ or them and neuurod iiicli relief tuo lint trial Leonard Beavin made bis us al trip that I punliukod another nupiily mid wui comples are golden and mellow frying chick pletely uuiod I ahull culy bo tooKlad torco JIlea Bella Crlet Is visiting friends nt enBaroripo Who will forget to thank Sunday Dromond Cuncaroti whenever tho opportunity J A S nil Vino Grove Flaget Wliltolionnn wan ho guost of Is presented a bountiful providence 2fc Susquehanna Aro Philadelphia Pa J Y Brinton made A business trip to Messrp Naco Cooms Thomas Mooro Miss Sarah Mattingly Sunday CANDY the city Thursday Mrp Ram Bpavln has been srtk for and Ell Storms who wore delegates from spend a few dRya in hero to the convention at Louisville all porno timo but is slowly improving Robert Carr will Louisville with relatives returned homo last week without any Miss Clara Beavtn wan thn plnnnant Author Smith of New Albany will visible scratches looking fine and well visitor of Miss Alice Benvin Sunday THADI MARK RtOWTtatO and report a jolly old time opend this week with his parents Mrs Roso OConnoll vlsitnl hor sister Tho picnic that has been in contemMrs Hunn Boavin one day last week ifUJLJI JdU Misses Winterbowers Itlnuyvllle will plation for the benefit of St Anthonys visit friends and relatives this week John Asking of McQnady went to Floasnnt rentable lolent Tut Good Da account Glendoanw Saturday on legal husinpFs Ooort Novor Sicken Wrnken or Gripe 10c 25cUo George Math of Riverside whs the church has been postponed on CURE CONSTIPATION of not getting a resident pastor there as guest of Miss Mattte Iteesor 8unday Mimes Maiy and Obua Beavin went to Bltrltaff RMJ toMpftay Ckltsff KMlrvat Yf VO was expected Rev Wm Gabe will Miss Flora fcullvan will make an ex hold services there again tiie usual 4th Glendean shopping one day last week vtinmnteedby HnTfl RIP Bold andflUJti Tobacco all drag Habit Mrs Elizabeth Akin wan thn guest of HU I U DRlr Eiit in tended visit to her sister at Madison Sunday in July her daughter Mrp Susan Beavin Tues Ind There is qulto an amount of produce Mrs J W Bhaw and sons John and stock goes from this vicinity to day Jamea and Paul are visiting relatives lu Glendeane Last week Bobbio Spencer Frank and Lonk Hinton and John Louisville was delivering several kinds ot stork Beavin made allying trip to Cioverport Alexander Herrlngton wife and chll there whilst Billio and Kent Rhodes Saturday dren of Louisville spent Sunday with took several loads of wheat purchased by Mrs Rettio Ryan and children are tho his parents gupots of her sister Mrp Tom Ryan near Robertson Bros Bonds For the Arnolds Fixed at Mrs Will Jennings and twin baby Frank Rhodes one of our merchants McQundy girls of Louisville are visiting her par- at McDanlels happened to a very painMrs Rose Hlnton of Lona Lick was 3500 Each ents Mr and Mrs George Iusey ful and peculiar accident one day last the guest of hor parents Mr and Mrs Dick Richie bridge carpenter of the week while he was unstopping a mo Sam Bivin Mrs Jane Boavln and daughter Miss Unable to Execute the Bonds and Will I J R R wilf spend several weeks lasses barrel The stopper U jw out with such force striking him on the upper lip Marv wore the gnesta of Mrs Mag As with his father Mr Lewis Richie Remain in Jail Till Trial that it cut his lip into and took oil a part kins Monday Miss Margerete Harrington of the Frank was a sweet boy Mr David Crews and BistorMisaNellio Tostal Telegraph CoShelbyville visited of one tooth Judge E P Taylor granted bail to for once as quite a dpluga of sorium were tho gist of their sister Mrs Wm Hugh and Lose Arnold charged with parents Mr and Mrs Sailarrlugton her poured out over face and head spoiling Ne why Sunday Saturday and fciundav the murder oi Luther ltblnson at Pow Â¬ his clothes ills brother Chester and Miss Virgio Askins alter a weeks visit Miss Temple Hart hastened to the res Â¬ Miss Sarah Beavinn of Mattingly spent ers on Juuo 17 in the sum oi 1500 with relatives in Louisville returned cue and with the skill oi surgeons using Sunday afternoon witli Miss Dzzie and ench Neither was able to execute bail in that Hum and they will remain in home Saturday accompanied by her plenty of water and sticking plaster they Mageiu Beavin father Home Askins Mrp G F Askin and little daughter jail until they are tried As they would succeeded in restoring him partially to Misses Susie Hall Stithton Ella Payne his natural looks and feelings We are Annio were tho guest of Mrs James be uuable to give ball in any sum which the court would allow it is probable and Misses Scheibles Tip Top and Joo glad to say bo is again able to smile and Mttlngly Friday that their attorneys will insist on a trial SchirklifT Stithton L Newman E we think there has been no serious disMr Sam Beavin and daughters Misses at the August term Tue attorneys for Payne and Guy Scheible Tip Top were figurement in aood looks as a result of Lzzio and Annie attendtd church at the Arnolds Bay they have no fears at the guests of the Misses Harringtons and the wound Hardinshurg Sunday all about the result of the trial of their J Y Brinton Saturday evening MisesMry and Clara Beavin and clients in tho circuit court aB the testi every Mary Askins went to Cioverport shopEverybody likes berries mony shows that the Arnolds did not Discovered By a Woman body ought to have them but dont ping one dav last week know that Robinson was n peace officer Another great diacovery has been think of planting ouc a slngm row withMifs Mary Beavin of Glendeano was did not even know his name and bemade and that too by a lady in thla out first getting a copy of Biggie Berry the gu 8t of her cousin Miss Mary As lieved that he was making an unwarcountry Disease fattened its clutches Book This book is written by a practical of MtQiady last week ranted assault upon them upon her and far seven years she with- grower and will save you money time kin Neely Mattingly waived exarainating Misses Nora and Stella Askins were stood its severest tests but hor vitat or- and trouble from tlie start Starting the guests of their aunt Mrs Rose trial on the charge of assault and battery gans were underininded and death right is more than half way towards sucand was held over to the grand jury of seemed imminent for three months cess Market urowers pronounce Bipgle OConiiell one day last week under bond in the sum Misses Miry Asking and Mary Baevin the Auuust term eho coughed incessantly and could not Berry Book ono of the most helptul of 250 which bond he executed sleep She Anally discovered a way to bok3 ever written on tho subject Many are going to start tolienderson one day Owensboio Messenger recovery by purchasing of us a bottld of of tho leading growers have contributed next week to visit frleuda and relatives Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Â¬ their experience to its pages The price Mioses Mabel and Mattie Beavin af Would Have Cost Him His Life tion and was so much relieved on taking GOcents frea by mail address the pub- having spent two weeks visit with friends I have been using Foleys Kidney first dose that she slept all night and lisher Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadel- and relatives have returned home near Cure and take great pleasure in stating with two bgttles has been absolutely phia Cioverport it gave me permanent cure of Kidney cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz GLENDtANE haye cost Co of Thus writes W O Hamnic Persons troubled with diarrhoea will disease which certainly would mo my life I recommend it to any one Shelby N C Trial bottleB free at Short be interested in the experience of Mr Jimmie Mattingty Axtel was in town W M Bush clerk of alllicetl with kidney trouble Oscar Hayoes drug store Regular size 50c Hotel Dorrance Saturday Bowman Lebanon Ky Every bottle guaranteed and Providence R I He says Forseveral A K Fisher Cioverport E A Witt Judge Mercer of HardinBburg was in years I have tieen almost a constant suffHardinaburg town buuday YELLOW LAKE from diarrhoea the frequent attacks er Mrs Exie Payne of 1 lamed is visit- Â¬ completely prostrating me and render QOOD ROADS ing Glendeane ing mo unfit for my duties at this hotel Bom June 25th to the wife of Mr About two years ago a trawling sales Mrs Thomas L Curtis went to Illinois Henry Clark a ilno boy man kindly gave me a small buttle of The Hovement is Becoming General Monday on a visit Over the State Mrs Ken Rhodes dined with Mrs Miss Amanda R Dean has gone to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarFred FraJze last Friday rhoea Remedy Mucti to my surprise Owensboro on a visit Letters from all over Kentucky show Mrs Ken Rhodes went to Glendeano and delight its effects were immediate Mrs Lucy A Hunter is vlsitinir rela- Â¬ Whenever I ft It pymptoma of the disease that the marter of good roads is being shopping last Wednesday tives at Horse Branch I would fortify lnvseli against the attack ditcuesed with more interest than ever Nelse Quiggins attended the picnic at Miss Gertie French of Harned is vis-Â¬ with a few doses of this valuable remedy before These are being received by Short Creek last Saturday iting Miss Alma Mattingly The result has been very satisfactoiy Mr JameB Thompson tho well known Jim May and wife spent Saturday and Mrs Alice Fain of Harned is visiting and almoBt complete relief from the af- whisky dealer who was made chairman Sunday at Mr Jim Cannons Planters hor sister Mrs Joe Mattingly this week fliction For sale by A R Fisher Clo of a committee for spreading the gospel A little daughter came to trace the of good roads throughout Kentucky He Falls of Rough will play base ball verpjrt R A Shellman Stephensport homo oi Mr and Mrs Joe Tom Bradley was appointed at the state good roads agaiuet Glendeane at this place next June 30th convention at Lexington last month Saturday CAVE SPRING The prospect for corn in this locality is Major M H Crump a competent civil Mrs Clint Westerfield who baa been very good Most every one have the enuineer educated at Virginia Military Wheat harvesting is over and the crop sick for some time died Monday aftercrop laid by institute who saw service with the first is better than the men thought noon July 3rd Kentucky in Porto Rico writes that be Bob Rhodes who is working at the Misses Jennie Green Mary Payton Mrs Lettishia Shrewsbery who has is heartily saw mill near Mrs App Mattingiys was in sympathy with the move- Â¬ Dr HarriB and Preston Green Falls of been quite ill is much improyen ment on which he has been at work for home last Saturday and bunday Rough eame over to base ball game SatMrs H A Hunter of McDaniels is the past ten years He favor the instiMisses Julia and Lula Rhodes attend urday visiting her sister Mrs John Butler tution of farmers institutes at which the ed a Muslcale at Mr David Browns the A crowd of about three hundred as Mrs John Galloway is visiting her matter of good roads shall be a leadihg 22uit and reported a most delightful sembled on l ilondttaue base ball grounds sonRsvJB Galloway of Stephens Ho also favors a general roau feature time Saturday to witneus Giendeaas first port law Several of our hoys attended the match victory G H Hall spent Tuesday night with We can learn much along this line game of base ball between Glendeane Miss Mary Moorman Nannie Fisher M Whitworih and sold him a nice lot he writes from the newly acquired and West Viow last Saturday at Glenand Jeuuy Green and Paul Cem peter of cattle possession of Porto Rico where tho sci deane Robt Moorman and Glen Fisher went to Wm Mattingly and family of Glen eutiflc skill of the Spanish engineer is Misses Florence and Anuabeil Rhodes Cloverport the Fourth to see the base dean were tho guests of bis brother seen in the superb military road from Mary and Lillian Storms were pleasantly ball Ponce to San Juan where an elevation Roio Sunday entertained at Will Jarbers last Sunday pf 2400 iB gained in less than 12 miles Dr Lon Moorman and wile of Irving Several of the young folks from this afternoon with maximum grade of less than 6 per ton Edgar Jewis and wife of BradsforU part spent Sunday with the Misses Ca The McDanlels kid nine played ville Guerdon Calloway of Smithfleld cenL It has no superior if an equal in the West View base ball team last Satur- Ky and 3M Owen of Louisville were non at Planters thla country No country will have good I wonder what has become of the Pe roads without first class road engineers day ending victorious for theMcDaniels visitors at Jesse L Owens last week klu correspondent Hurrah for the kids Ho surely has gone Dr J W Blanton of Pleasure Ridge First come first served bo march up Borne where for bis board Arm Quiggins who has Park alpo favors the forming of good Aunt Winnie Wm Driskell and family went to Gar- Â¬ roads cluba among the country populabeen in a yory critical state of health for and pay for the BrmcKUMUDau Nkwbb seyeral weeks and whose death was ex year ahead This will secure that good field last week to attend the burial of his tion Being a country doctor says be pected at any time is reported some bet- little paper the Farm Journal for the step mother Mrs Blake I spend moBt of my time on the road balance of lbJJ and all oi 1000 1001 1002 ter at present J C Tucker will teach our fall term and this too during the time when they Jimmie Spencer started to Glendeane anil 1003 neany five years without any of school at this place We learu that are at their worst for bad roads bad weather and bad health go together I with a load of bogs last Wednesday further pay bhail e hear from you he is a splendid teacher would suggest so fir aa our own country whenone of bis iiorsea got contrary and within one week Misses Fronnie and Maiy Jolly visitcounty judge call a k ed their uncle Sam Jolly Saturday and is concerned that our meeting at some time in the near future Sunday near Glendean of all those interested in good roads in H G Butler went to Louisville last tho county and request those who are week for medical aid He has been in competent to do so to organfza the coundelicate health for some tune ty iuto club thus beglnnlcR the work Dick HayeB and family of Hardlus at once Louisville Commercial burg spem a lew dayi last week the FofSoresUlcers Burns Galls Pil s gut Bt of his brotlie Jue Hayes The Ladies Foreign Missionary Socie nothing so good as Banner Salve the ty uueeta at this piace the first Saturday most healing medicine in the world A R Fisher Cioverport EA 25o in each month at 2 oclock p m 4 i Breckenridge News inn - Lazy Liver IS YOUR FENGE AN EYE I 6j e II Â¬ affafrTi Â¬ j 11 I - t rn 11 iWii lawn Aro If PC B - 6 4-- Â¬ nrscaa Js Cheapest Construction Wlint thn 1rtllnr 1 Hit OWKNIIOKO because it is Hest kTxxjxjxjjb new Oi It is Hest because it is Cbcnpcsf Eiirc V Â¬ HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and RthU honnlv in nnv nlnnn Tin vnrul nnlnfa am Iform Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It Is bullton Bclentlflc principles Evoiy part d the other nart There is no stralL and ten vears aflur it is nut in it in na Arm im it wa wlmn nrhrlnnll canst are no parts to rot no parte to break It will outlast wood and Is cheaper to erect It will outlast 80 per c expensive iron lenuun hiiu ucnw tuuui itu 111 njjjenrautu Jlelleteme Call around and see thn lawn fence in front of Mr Babbages residence It speaks for itself Â¬ GRANTED tnper says OftlilH 1 Gentlemen The WillUmi Kencs more than pleases me Hit a thing of beauty andn jovibrevar itenhH ni my yaru uu uiviuunis mu umcr wire anu irun jeaces in me cur 1 never aot trterter value 1 3r my money in KBNCK COMPANY CiovnrcWT K JNO 1 W T HARNETT IS AGENT Headquarters at Mitchells Hotel Clbvcrport K BAIL Â¬ Â¬ T D Renfrow Why Suffer Agony Whon DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is cuara to euro you It 1b tho discovery of an eminent phya No Knife No Â¬ Â¬ DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY Interruption 8f Business I Tho first treatmont brines immediate relief cured thousands and will cure you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Depart After years of Buffering DONS PILE OIN ommended to mc The use of one box effected I voluntarily give you thU statement hoping It of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho atten fcring with piles 1 Â¬ OFFICE AT Price 100 Prepaid to any Address Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mitchells Hotel CLOVERPORT KY DON CHEMICAL COMPA1N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MALARIA ANTIDOTE BLiL-- Â¬ HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC NOTE Tha New formula 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and lilt of 180 quettlona sent free r TABLERS BUCK Â¬ 2 vi 1 Zh S coarrirnSci mw J tn CE1I Vr 1 nmj9 5 en Â¬ ZS m l A JMng In tbe aev lOnf qpttbeolA Kjngotit the falsa Ring In tho true We bring to you the new and true from tbi pteey forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Natures most natural science to n remedy Improved by Cure lot coughs colds and all Inflamed surface of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Pleasant Permanent Positive Tho sore weary cough worn Lungs an exhila Â¬ rated th4 microbe bearing mucus Is cut out i the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membrane aro healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough BOLp BV ALL GOOD ORUOQISTS AttUa Only 2Bo SOo anti 100 i IA V CA ieuoiT4 tt tar Kimr vrin i ctrr Slsa gytiMaMtnn aiiiiiiiiawcfcNMfc MisseB Lula and Julia Rhodra Nettie and Minute Brown were tho guests of Owens Office In Hoar pf Moorman the Misses Hall one day last week Dpi 8 Store Misses and Llzz e Hall Fannie Gl lea- cock and Hannah Pile were nicely en tertained at the home of Misses Carrie and Lena Hajes Tuesday evening Miss Fannie Glasscock closed a sue- ceeslul term of school litre Friday and L returned to her home near Antlooh Wo enjoyed her abort stay with us very much Misses Flora Butler and Lena Hay s Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds report their friends have contributed ot Dental work liberally for the purchasing of an organ CLOVERPORT KY for the church Thoy aim to get it by Commissioners Notice the second Sunday in July as the pro TO tracted meeting brglns at that time II C Jollv CoMnrrT Nolle In Equity vl k WHITES ORGAM VERMIFUGE not KmoiaMiuj ctiDft zin til Mate of Ilia Iirui i havlnir clami only ehectually expels worms but Is un I Mmy will pBKiit lh taut property provo In tha tindaiihr nd Coramlulootr of tho lkecltln- equaled as tonic and la a certain and iJe CiCult Loud it ItU pfllco In th town ol lfr- or wore we permanent euro for Chills and Fevers In WJun87J8RQWNCBCU children Trice 78 cU A R Fisher Witt Hardinshurg New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTE1 EXTERNAL PEJES WITHQ17T PAj rrww J Dentist 1 rrMRunnTn For 8alolyA Rt bher F ft WILDER 0381 CURES WHERE ALL OTHERSiAVE FAlLEl Tubes ar Mail 70 cents BoyxEs cocets - aUMtSftfl Utk SifMlsST 11 UUKF UII1U ei PrawlAlar -- y OJovorpjcyt rI71C T Dr MOORMAN Jr Fourth St IxotyllIfiKy pe H a TnrkTXT JiKVJUrj III I y XJVTT TTpt ur rvf M rn w - e- WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCHIPTIOt TO THIS Jf 4W EXPJKK - Jk llUIHrTnil T verl WdiwVy TliMWfty r at I tiw i t Ti- u o r j Tft Jin i llll II III pilIM 533r957 jgjrr i iVirffuiigjTi pt fiTimmm J VwifiCnii swyrirWIPPWMWiy ARE YOU BANKRUPTinhcalth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so Willie Barger of Preston spent last Sunday with Kctd Khellman Mrs VJG Bflhbagn is vIhIUiii tit II w Dr S B Ilartman Mrs Anu Gough is gotn to move Uyville lAtumout v buck to Evansville in a few days DEAn Sin Choice breakfast bacon 10c pound at I feel l Mrs B Burks has the mammoth henn the Jcllp80 Grocery likeanewwoman alnco using1 your She has to use a ladder to gather tlieni Wzzi D R Murray Gloverport was In town Miss Fannie Barger of Preston visit Â¬ last Saturday on legal butliusf Tutts Liver Pills will cure you Your medicine ed the Misses CUyiotnbs last Saturday If you aint for Bill Goobel you cant has helped me so Mike Jungllng ex forcniau of th L and Sunday For sick headache dyspepsia ldu n tho band wagon this time much that I can tin city last Miss Corn McCoy is thinking of visit Â¬ sour stomach malaria torpid H St L shops was in Is now located work and never What that Jxintsvllto Iwo ball t ani lie week visiting frlondii feel tired ont When I first began to use ing some friends ami relatives at liar did for us on tho 4th was a plenty liver constipation biliousness at Evansvillr your incdicino I couldnt sweep my own imsuurg soon Dr Howard Mattingly wiw In tho Tho material for tho now Catholic room run the sewing machine or lift and all kindred diseases Quite a crowd of our youug people anything notcvenachair It even hurt He is n treat base church is being put on tho ground city on the Fourth attended the picnic at Biuuer bpnng mo to ride or walk any distance Now ball enthusiast and rooted fop the Clo All Mias Mollle lyonp of Irviugtoti waa I can do all this and I believe more report a nice lime verport team visiting Mis Miijgie Baker last week and never feel tho effects of It I feel ilio Sneade tilled regulur appoint MhBrsR nn and Joule Dirk two ol tnimt at this place his bo proud of tho way It has brought mo lust Saturday night The lawyers of this town aro having a out Owensboros fairest daughters have ar that I tell It far and near I can P3 large crowd was present picnic doing nothing thiwi summer dayc heartily recommend your medicino They aro guosts of A rived in lit city to The funeral of Mrs Moses MuCuhbius any woman suffering from female dis Â¬ Mrs Sallie Millar is upending a few the Miests Jatboe will he preached at Union blur the ease TLlq I know from exporienco that Edward Riedel of Louisville was in second Sunday in August by Bro weeks among her relatives in the coun- Â¬ yonr medlolno will do just what you try say it will I thank you Doctor n the city Monday Ho is spending his Sneade Onou Cunningham thousand times your treatment I fc5M44 AA 44444 vacation at Holt the guept of Mr and MiBs Nellie iWiatn and iter little gone to their old homo and family lmo shall recommendforyour medicino near Chonauit on wher Â¬ Mrs Charles Riedel River ia fallng fast cousin Owen Parks near Clifton Mills it visit ever I go I know what it has done for Miss Emily Simons and Mlsa Kather visited Misses Blanche nud Duttie Bas Light Summer liats at Sulzers me and I know it will do the samo for Gus Sheliman and wife have been ino Thompson of Owonsboro are the ham July 4th others I feel that there aro W 0 Allen was in tlio city Sunday spending a few days in tho country of other women who would thousands charming guests of Miss Margaret Skill after using We are glad to say that Luunie Hall among relatives marked down at man at Cedar Wood Summer goods are your treatment as I did bo thankful t of Union Star has secured our fail term 8uz9ra I am so glad I got your treatment George Snyder says no ono will be alMr and Mrs J H Willis Miss Katie of school We wish you the irreatesi of Charles P Babbage spent Sunday in sawyer anu lie v ueare nave lortueu a lowed to soil anything at Freedom on This month is the first time In my lifo success Mr Hall that I can remember of having my the city the second Sunday In August party to the Tar Springs They will menses without pain Why I cant do Mica Daisy Wheeler who has been Crash linens and summer dress goods spend a week or mo Superintent Ashcraft of Meade county anything but recommend ttith Mrs Mitchell at tho Mitchell Hotel atSulzirp Oacar Hold r of St Louis Mo is for sometime past is ut home now and and Miaaes Bessie- and Mary Lewis of Miss Emma L Boldcn Wilborforce O Tho Brandenburg wore hern on the 4th Medicine Co ColumMIbh Forrie Hardin Unit spent Wed visiting his mother Mrs Thos Bonier will spend the summer with her sinter nesday in the city Bud Scott who has been attending the bus O will mall Dr Hartmans special Ho will return this eve and his son Mrs J C btifl book for women free on application to Bryan and Stratton business coll ge The latest ad is the kerchief scarf Ural will accompany him women only All druggists sell a The death angel vialted us July Ch Louisville returned home last Friday Get them at ftuk trs Hon Jonas D Wilson and Capt J H at about 0 a m mid took from us one of Mrs Galloway Mrs Butler and Mies Charley Ryan tho barber has recov Â¬ Rowland two of this countys staunch our old friends Air John Roberta He Republicans will attend the Republican was a member of the Catholic church Files of McDaniele were her laat Friday ered from his illness and attended the Womans Missionary Watermelons and mosquitoa have Convention at Lexington this week He said ho had no fear of death was One Life sizs Portrait with each Dozen perfectly willing to die ills remains society made their appearance If the wheat crop doesnt pan out any Ham and chicken sandwiches at all Cabinet Photos at Mattinglys Gallery were followed by a concoursn of friends Nn fake Come and see me at Irvington and relatives to Flint Island where his better than reports pay fir it some of hours at Julius Sipplep Advertisements inserted under this heart at tho Wm J Mattikoly funeral services were performed by the iarmers will come short on their fer- Â¬ was in Louis P j we re of Hawesville rate of one cent a word each insertion tilizer bill Mr and Mrs Haden of Hawesville Father Reaux tho city Monday on business FOIt SALE OK TKAIE PAIM The democrats around this town are spent tho 4th with their daughter Mies On July 3rd at 8 oclock p m the Miss Georgia White returned Wednesnot saying much about the nominee of 1011 hAIh ORnn rilADh A fino farm ot Co Daisy Htuleu They were entertained death angel visited the honia of Allie the tnnk of louill Creik day evening from Louisville lul at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm Whitworth and claimed for its victim the late Convention but they are think ID- - LI It information call on or apply to K I vl ttfh Mil nunn f runty Kv Mrs William Vest and Eugene Vest Petors ing a good deal Mrs Jane Sheliman his mother-in-laSpent Monday ntTar Springs KOiSLK TUiESllNUJIAtlllNE OUTFIT There will bo a sacramental service Mr AVilliam Peters who formerly held She has been a sufferer from rheumatism tliresilng outfit cnnilitiru ol Sklllinans leading the position of boiler miker at the shops for a ions time She was a woman that out at the Antloch church next Sunday TTORbALK Frank Bartles X- U iver traction ctigin- - i 33 In cylinder uiiarn- to- - i automatic stacker merchant was in the city lost week ver low It has left for Smithsville Tex where he was loved by all who kuew her She Rev Thurman Richardson will preach ptj you to come anil set Price D ADDI iON will I James Deane of Glendeane celebrat- Â¬ has accepted a like position with the lived a life of usefulness a consistent and administer the rites ArtiW on Kv GLENDtANE PAYNESVILLE MK T railroad ed the glorious Fourth in this city Go to 0 II Mattingly Hardlnsburg member of the M E church and not WANTEU UiENTS nur more live utruiu to sll lr lit Miss Mary Holt has returned from afraid to die She leaves two sisters to get all kinds of pictures enlarged Miss Ethel Connor of Millwood is WANTKI NoneI but reli ible mun Misa Airrie Robertson is sick netd apply Herbert Baysinger is critically ill with visiting her aunt Mrs Jv J Dyer California to her beautiful home at Holt Mrs Susan Roberts of near Sample and Satisfaction guaranteed on all kinds of HIGHLAND NUKSbllV typhoid fever W G Moorman says he is five fourths Cloverport Ky Airs Gilbert of near New Bethel and work at very low prices Miss Herrick accompanied her Mr Mr and Mrs W M Osborne of Holt sick Current Topics Goebel Andyville Will Sweeney of Owensboro is aleo a Messrs Joe George Milt and Winco This is the last week you will FOll SlE ilorSE AMI LOT were in town Thursday ahoppii g Bash am and one daughter Mrs Allie get photographs fqr 15c perdonn at guest at the Holt mansion Paul Dempster went to Hardlnsburg picnic and craps SAIR One house anil lot in Rockvatu Mies Ruth Huynes is visiting relatives IOIl further information C lit nn npfldilra Monday A hay ride in the moonlight two Whitworth to mourn her loss besides a Grays Price goes up next week Call The Gunterman Bros boss tie men of MUN i I McCAR TV ltockvale Kv in the neighborhood of frvington of friends and relatives Herfuner up stairs oyer Tees Hobeus store wagons will leave the city Friday night host J K Mattiuely and daughters are vis- the county are our latest citizens FPU SK lKtIUbTOK Picnic goods designed for the picnic for the Y P S 0 E social at the Fisher at was preached at the Union Star church iting in Hardlnsburg Earl Bennett Dick Henderson Rich- Â¬ SALE A food stock ol drugs Apply to Jailer Thornsberyand dauehter Miss lunch or dinner at Julius Sipplea homestead Make arrangements for the by Bro Galloway Her remains were ard Herndon Roy Wimp Morris Jolly 1710K P Cox Ekrou Kv lhisisa treat bar Miss Mollle Hunter of Horse Branch Josie of Brandenburg came down Sun Â¬ Bain Dr William Mllner and daugh er of ride small fee see Julius Sipple interred in the cemetery beside her Sam Herndonacatne down irom Irving day ii visiting relatives here Union Star were in the city Thursday husband James Sheliman LEflVL 1ILANKS ton on tho Fourth to see the base ball Miss Laura Yeager who has been sick Mrs Will Thomas of Leitchfield is Carter and Lanley two of the livliest Mr and Mrs Sam Porter and children for several months is so low 1710K Ifirmt lllank Dints and MortLlies and game that her of Legal Blanks HlthCKKN visiting Mies Nannie Owen brothers of the grip made this town last open t Tuesday at Waitman with relatives Proper Care of Finger Nails ItlDGK NiVN life is despaired of She is one of the A fellow from Rattleroot Hollow Mies Mary Moorman of Leitchfield is week Mrs J A Barry has gone to Green- - most popular young ladies in Gloverport Soft white hands are always ono of the writes to know when the camp meeting TUITION Our school will begin in October this visiting Mrs W It Moorman ville to spend a month with Jrelatives and possesses a remarkably sweet dis- Â¬ principal points of a refined appearance will bepin that hes a shoutin Method- Â¬ TTIOIl bALK Ci rtihcate in Itryant Stritton time with Geo Wiles hte of Valpar Â¬ Louisville Kv and for that reason women of all ages ist and dont want to mits uothen no Â¬ J Iliisinesi lollteNEWS OKHCE Apply to Royal blend coffee the bestin the city position Mrs Milt Matheny and children reHllKlKKNKIDKh aiso Law School at the helm turned from LewiBport Monday fifteeucents per pound at Julius Sipplea A grand cake walk a most unique en- Â¬ have most carefully attended to their how f IltGENOOlt IIEUKSIIIKES hands The caro of the hands cannot Mrs Miry Brown of Louisville who Misses Alma and Ada Mattingly went The Board of Pirecjora of tbe Breck Little Miss Mary Belle Williams of tertainment the best of the kind ever win n the record of my to Jolly to a party Saturday night has been here with relatives for several city will be a feature of the be said to be neglected nowadays when enridge Normal College met last week Waitman N the guest of relatives in tt e given in the herd ut Indianapolis and SprinKfwId this ytar so many persons employ the manicure weeks returned home last week will attest Ar P S C E social at the Fisher home rhowid and elected Prof Roberts of Meade coun- Â¬ breeding and1 capture I only animals of my own Mis Eva Hensley of Hardlnsburg city a percentage ol the ttead next Friday night A small admisÂ¬ who sciapes the nails and makes them ty and Prof Milton Coke of Hardlns desirable prizjs 1 lo priie wionlng boar Head was the guest of Miss Georgie Rob irtson What a political Babel we have now You can get one Doz in small Photos light of a lovely pink pushes back the skin 43099 sion will be charged burg principals of the collego for the en- Â¬ serviceJr Tigs ot arilir old Artlul Duke 10th in Sunday Two of tho great parties cry thyet lor sale My brood Down 50c at Mattinglys Gallery at Irving for from the little white halfmoons at the sows arc of best American and English strains Jesse Weatherholt spent the first three base cuts the nails in a crescent which suing year Revs W B Rutledge and J B Moore with the trusts while they are at dag ton Come and sec me CALDWKLL NOR ION Louisville Ky Hall Drane merchants at Hudsoc are holding a protracted meeting at the gers points in regard to money territori Â¬ Mrs Marion Ryan is the happy owner days of last week at Louisville Mul exactly follows the outline of the half al questions The Socialistic element of draugh and West Point While he was moons and ends by washing the hands ville made an assignment last week hall at this place of a new pbrctou and a handsome black all parties say that Trusts are not a men Â¬ gone his hosa tradin instinct got the in a preparation that makes them both The liabilities are about 1800 Assets horse UiiNaapiCtcd Enerjor ace to our liberties from any point of better of him and he purchased a beauti- Â¬ smooth and white temporarily if not consists of a Btock of goods amounting to The Farm Journal is 22 years old Mies Clara Dyer will snend several Law me hut Im jes plum beat ont view ful pony at West Point permanently The hands look extreme- Â¬ eleven or twolye hundred dollars Char Â¬ frura rnnnin cros lota but then I seed prints 10 tons of paper a mouth and is weeks with her sister Mrs J H Harris Dr R W Burch has not only shown Round trip tickets limit 30 days to ly well after the manicures task has ley Mooreman assignee Philpot Mis Green beadin this way an so I out of debt it is cut to fit every pro O Ry will been finished although Erasmus Wilson Old Point Comfort via 0 Harold Beard and John Kincheloe jes sez Mnrthy Potts dont yon give gressive farmer and villager Dont you our people his skill as a physician but Rev Mrs Joel T Tucker of Richmond he is emphasizing his knowledge ol the Very well sold for train leaving Gloverport 048 says that the nails should nevor be two of our young men who have been in thet miserable olo gossip titer satisfacwant this fine little papei Va is the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred bs He has one of tion nv tellin Mia Brown ther news pay a year ahead for the Breckenridge science of Agriculture A M August Oth connecting at Louis- Â¬ scraped nor cleaned with any instrument Louisville attending the Medical college DHuy ville with special train for 01 1 Point saye the nail brush The only other returned home last week Mr B ard fnstnn dropped my bnkin an rushed News and we will have the Farm Jour- Â¬ the best arranged and systematic farms Richard May wife and family came Fare 15 for round trip Sleeping car implement needed is the small ivory received a handsome gold medical for right over here Yon remember that nal sent to your address for the balance in the county He has a large corn crop down from Webster on the Fourth to rates 400 for berths of 180 and all of 1900 lOol 10o2 and an immense meadow and one of the best first honors in his class Mr Kincheloe lopsided nag toothed Hiram Medders pressor Ladies Home Journal what went to ther city las month or celebrate will get orchards in this king of fruit counties has a position in the hospital in Louisrntber ho had to go fer he wus so lo3 nearly five years and it James Skillman of Webster waa the 8100 Reward 8100 ville a reward for his proflcency in his ornery an shiftless nobody in town to you if alive and anywhere on this Hens and Cows If all constant church goers and earn Â¬ guest of Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock The readers of this paper will be pleased est mission workers were Christians would put up with him Well what planet From 60 to 80 a year is considered a studies on the Fourth to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ fair profit from a good cow and she will there wouldnt be half so many people It is strange but true that you find two doou think I Ho hadnt been in ther Jones Mercer and Dr Kincheloe of ed disease that science has been able to take up three acres of ground She must brothers born and brought up together city n week before he got in ther way who never take an interest in religious BIG SPRING Hardinabarg were in the city last Wed euro in all Its stages and that is Catarrh be milked eveiy day and on Sunday differing politically It is the case in nv n street car gittin both legs broke affairs Follow some Sunday saint to Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive have her food rrgulaiy her stall cleaned this town One of them will support an gen rally jnrred np an doggoned if nesday evening GuyMeador went Elizabethtown Sat church and hear him pray follow him ho didnt have seven tlionsan dollars on Monday and hear him cusst Four Mrs W 0 Allen will leave for Irving cure known to the medical fraternity and other work performed such as Mr Gotbel and the other will not They given him fer it I Jes think I Made urday fifths of all religious DOOnlo imnt inn ton Thursday to be tho guest of her sis Â¬ Catarrh being a constitutional disease skimming the milk churning etc One both claim to he Democrats and voted soven thousan dollars an him only in Mrs Henry Perick is visiting relatives requires a constitutional treatment hundred good hens on on acre of ground together a loDg time but now they have ther flty a weekl Laws a m ussy I An themselves beneath the shelter of the ter Mrs Redman at McDaniels Catarrh Cure is taken internally win proanco nearly twice as much as a parted company Throne when they join the church they and it all came about wo said hed never amount to any thin I Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Halls Alex McUatis of Elizabethtown was consider the church an Ark made to car- Â¬ acting directly on the blood and mucous cow and yet if the houses are to be over the money question and the Chica San Francisco Examiner was among the ont of town visitors in here last week suifaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ cleaned daily and one tenth of the work go platform ry them across the waves of life and to the city Fourth of July A Tailors Atlvertlacment 1734 ing the foundation of the disease and glyen them that is done for one cow on Mrs Jacob of Louisville is here the land them safely in the haven of Goda If you read tho letter of the Post corTlllll a in irlva TVntina in nil Honfln Ernest Robertson of Glendeane bad giving the pationt strength by building guest of Mrs Meyer kingdom They never think it neces Â¬ you acres the complaint would arise respondent from Elizabethtown I tho honor of driving the most stylish rig up tho constitution and assisting nature three would conclude that the fourth distiict men and others That they may have I Born to the wife of Nathan Board sary to leave sin and worldllnesa behind thatpoultry requires too much care yet was again jn the city on the Fourth St Geobel But an old time good Druggets Sagathie and Dnroy in doing its work The proprietors have If the poultry are not housed and their them Democrat said to us no longer then yes- Â¬ Suits made well and fashionable for July 8tu a daughter Miss Addie Louise Babbage has re Â¬ so much faith In its curative powers roosts cleaned often how can the poultry terday the first size- Men at 3 10s n suit and and he lives in the district that Protracted meeting is in progress at turned home after a pleasant stay with that they oflbr One Hundred Dollars for man expect them to be free from lice Redwine was right In handling that con Â¬ the larger sizo nt 4 Cloth Serge comImperfect digestion and assimilation the Methodist church Brandenburg relatives at any case that it fails to cure Send for and disease or prove prcfllabl All vention as he diJ and not allowing John monly called by the Name of German produce disordered conditions of the Mies Daisy Galloway purchased a new ana ins cang to run over him and 4 and 4 10s Livery suits Miss Florence Gottrell went to Har lists of testimonials the difficulties are not with the poultry iinra Goobel would be an easy winner Serge for 4 for system which grow and are comfirmed that and 4 10a Colored and organ from Mr Gray last week suits dinaburg Friday while there she will be Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 men daiiymen have their in November The by neglect HERBINE gives tone to black Cloth suits for 3 and 5 10s At 9Sold by Druggists 75c Sara Glddeon of Louisville is here the stomach and causes good digestion the guest of Miss Alice Baker troubles but they work hard and make the Two Golden Balls in great Hart A svmmer drink that ia cool delicious Good Stories of n IlUhop their business pay Farm and Fireside Price 60 cents A R FiBher street the npper end of Bow street with II Meyer for a few days IRVINGTON refreshing grateful to the palate la wild Many anecdotes were told of Bishop Covent Garden Also Horsemens great Mies Mayme Barnard of Louisville is Williams of Connecticnt after his Coats to he sold ready made at 80s here the guest of Miss Llll Clarkson cherry phosphate at Sulzers likes berriot Everybody everyBALLTOWN Miss Emma Bigham went to Irving Â¬ body ought to have them but dont death for tho good bishop was as well each Morning Gowns Callimanco both Bob Miller t f Cecelia was here visit Â¬ Clint Adklaeon Irvington spent eev known for his lovo of fnn as for his sides at 80s a piece bine Cloak bags ing his Drother Harry a few days last days in the city last week the guest ton last Saturday to attend a house party think of planting out a single row1 with- Â¬ earnest piety eral ready mado at 10s each blno Rocklers given by Miss Batie Herndon Henry Greer is recovering from an at- Â¬ out first getting a copy ot Biggie Berry of htfl brother Dr B B Adkisson At a meeting of the bishops n meas ready made Superfine black Cloth at week tack of typhoid fever Hon Charles Blandford and R M Book This book is written by a practical ure was proposed and explained by its ICs per Yard Miss Nannie Fteber and Mies Irene Fogs Journal 1784 Mr Carrlco of Stithton was here last Mrs Electa Bennett of Chepault has speut the Jolly left Irvington Monday to attend grower and will save you money time orglnator bnt with such incoherence Moorman of Glendeane week to Bee his sister Mrs James A Smart Dojr the Republican Convention at Lexing and trouble from the start Starting that nobody understood it A second been visiting friends and relatives here Fourth with Miss Marion Bowmor Harned ton A good story is told of the crown right is more than half way towards suc- rpeakor essayed to make tho matter Harvesting and stacking is all over Mlsa Lillian Slppel and Mr Chester Mrs Obas Fits of Hawesville was clear bnt only darkened it When ho prince of Germany Soon after Bis R N Miller and Representative John cess Market srowers pronounce Blpgle Ltmdrum were the guests of MIsaEffie visiting her aunt Mrs Harry Mil- Â¬ aud the hum of the threeher can be had finished Bishop Benjamin Smith of marcks retirement the emperor and here P Haswell left Hardlnsburg last Mon Â¬ Berry Book one of the most helpful Kentucky tried to explain tho qnestion empress wero at heard but light yield is anticipated flwaggot of Qwenaooro last week dinner with their elder ler last week Ik oka ever written on the subject Many and also tho explanations Feeling day to artend to attend the Republican Mack Thompson has traded his ma Â¬ that children and some eminent stntewnen Hiss Reins and Joein Brisk two of Miss Hostcnsy Miller has returned of the leading growers have contributed he bad fulled hesuidi when tho prince suddenly broke out homo from Hawes Vrlley where chinery here for a farm near Cape San Â¬ Owensboros moat charming young kdlea State Convention at Lexington she Bishop Williams smiles What has with Miss Nellie A Henderson has return Â¬ their experience to Its pages The price dy Ind whero he will remove in a are the gloats oftbe Misses Jarboe 60 cents frea by mail address the pubho to nay about it They say father that now Prince has been teaching school home after a most delightful winter short time Mr and Mrs John D Babbaga and ed Only this bishop Little Ada Meador returned homo said tho old Bismarck bas gone yon will be able to spent In Thomasville La Misa Hen Â¬ lisher Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadel Rev J B Haynes formerly of Breck Â¬ JR 0 Babbage are attending the State that tho mess of Benjamin was found tell tho people to do just what you like Sunday from Elizabethtown where Bho derson had charge of the kindergarten phia enridge county delivered an excellent to be greater than the mess of any of all by yourself Press Convention at Henderson Yon will enjoy that has been visiting relatives at that place and her success is so pro- Â¬ bis brethren An Dniacoeaafal Operation sermon at Chas Bennotta residence Sat Â¬ wont youT Mr and Mrs W M Hall and family nounced that Jess Harrell of Cecila came down she will return next fall says The hnworof Dr Williams You told uin you expected to perÂ¬ urday night of Webster will be among the visitors Enrouto borne Saturday and remained over Sunday the sire was delightfully en Â¬ form aq operation for appendicitis on a friend Mere Diplomacy was always present nud nTxV Hro weeks at the Tar Springs The picnic at this place on the Fourth the ready ike the flash of sunlight It had tertained at Nashville and Franklin old Beasley How did yon come ontt I tell you my wife knows a thing guest of Miss Daisy Meador waa attended by a Urge crowd Tho and daughter Nan Â¬ Tenn by her friend Mrs Ella M Mrs Jake Payne one pecnliurity it never scorched nor or two The people who inbubrt tho Badly Edgar Moorman left for Owonaboro proprietors cleared 00 and all had an left n ttcar behind neighborhood into which we have just Wednesday whore he haa nie of Lodlburg were the guests last Seneare Is Beasley dead accepted a enjoynble time At an assemblage of noted men a moved look at ns with awe No As soon as I suggested tho oper wee k of her daughter Mrs Frank Hall position with Ames Carriage Co now did she manage it lawyer who condqets the legal business ation he sent for another doctor- A new saw mill from Oorydon Ind Ice cream and refreshments at the liettry Tempi Miss Wllllbie Moorman has returned of a great railway systom tried to guy Engaged two of tho biggest vans in Cleveland Plain Dealer la now being set up pear Liberty The Social at the FJaher home YrSOE the parson by malicious quizzing At town to move us when all our goods home from Cecelia where she haa been Henry Temple who formerly lived In owners have purchased some fine tracts lead Friday night Everybody attend Why dont you get these might have been transported in an ox visiting friends for the past few weeka The British income tax waa first im Â¬ last he said this city died lost wek at Greenlle of timberand will employ number ci Emit Nolte must be a Maecot Since Mias Ha was tho son of Mrs Temple posed by Sir Robert Peel in 1641 when railway managers to give you n pass press wagon without overloading it Misa Nan Martin Messrs Bob Miller bands oyer tholr roads bishop T You can pay Chicago New Loutsyllle rooting for the who used to ka Jbas Wa a old Cloverport HoÂ¬ it was fixed at flvepenca n tho poqnd run tba Frank Hardin John Morris and Dr fcr it by giving them entrance tickets have had a winning tel Strother attended the picnic at Custer HENRY KOEHLER COHPANY Hint From an Export Four thousand pounds of dates bay Into heave araM Ob nol gently replied the bishop Billy which wonld you get a new Saturday ken gatherd from a single palm Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky fa- Patriotic Mm tlaae lofeof fun promised by the I wonld not part them so far from nit or a new wheel Bro Ghas Mryer of the Louisville ylte corraefKwdeace with Mill men who their counsel in the other world ishy frith Ui low- - aame at the Flab Well If jou wear good clothes may Â¬ Conference preached an excellent ser Â¬ QrjHwood wlabmUd h Fourth bay lumber for Ahwfs Bwak m him m They buy popkr The laugh was general and the law Â¬ be yon can get trnited for a wheel bnt mon at the Methodlat Of eoawe eJJnly wiHi wore tha ivu patriotic Im muss I a Frftky ih4 tf church 1 Sun Â¬ and hardwoods In mixed cva dry oc yer concluded oletiheparoaalon9r having ft new wheel wont help yon ont day evening Wrvw Oouiw ft U pawd iwy vf green Write them Youth OottpanJoa Chicago Record By on doth- - NEVER DESPAIR J Wm Millor and family of Louis vllle aro spending tho ttnmtner it their country homo located wo miltn from tho city Mrs John Smith and iron of Fords vllle who hnvo been visltinttMrsEllsha Collins this city went to Cannellon Monday Mr and Mrs William Hall and blaster Willlo Prout of Webster spent last Wednesday in tho city with refatlves and friends 1 SHILO Tho health of this community at tho presant writing in HARDIN8BURG good Roberts and Coke are tho college men at homo from Hop klnsvillo Tom Bowmer is BUNAS VICTORY ffiKir II Who Is Comfortable Po-rn-- WNW Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Nqw5 in Brief ft Â¬ I I 4444 The man or woman who treats him or herself well The man or woman with the good hard sense that impels them to wear Clothing suitable to the season In our own stock will be found thin outing cloths lawns linens crashes etc that are cool and refreshing They give you the benefit of the slightest breeze and make a dressthat is not only refreshing to the body but pleasing to the eye Ladies you should examine this line of goods Pe-ru-- Linen Suits Po-ru-- Â¬ I WANTS I For Men and Boys can be found in stock A splendid line of Straw Linen and Crash Hats are also kept on hand Prices are so low that everybody can afford them Â¬ w - SULZERS Â¬ aIl cl - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Dd tuat Pt mta OAKVOllXA m Sy jJ- - i flp- - -- I vs -- 7-- v -- vp-VRirv W t 1 jfr Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1890 BEWLEYVILLE hV- Weather cool and every body in flne eplrlti Hay making goes on apace and a good crop-- generally Tho arnndest Trcnsur One of the fortuct Imp plcst anticipations of a motnera Heart is her husbands e nest toll and by careful economy V i t w ttTt AVfJ both parts they shall be able to lay by a little store which he baby when it is grown to man hood or wom- their Hfvf Jw Clarence Stith is visiting relatives in ourneighborhood Miss Willa Drury visited Miss Minnie StUh Saturday night Mrs Mary Orendorf spent last weok with Mrs Keith and Mrs Walker Reading botween lines is a vonture and we Bometimes miss tbe mark Mies Gertrude Grosser of New Albany continues to visit her cousins hero Miss Hallie Moorman has gone to visit Mrs Kate Bennett near Irvington Wm Stith Jr of Louisville was a guest at Mr Jordans several days last week The inevitable threshing machino has bobbed up and is going about with an awful tread Sunday school was excellent last Sun Â¬ day Everybody on hands and attend ing to duty Mr and Mrs Charlie Gross and their baby Mary Eliza are guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Pavne anhood shall have as Its own private pos session Hut every wife who ex Â¬ come a mother may provide a far more valuable treasure for her little ones future than can ever be contained in any savings bank if she will take the proper care of her own health nnd physical condition during the time when the baby Is expected And If every husband would feel it his bounden duty to see that all poisible means are adopted to carry his wife safely through this critical time he will help to bequeath to his offspring that health and natural vigor which is tbe grandest fortune a father can bestow During the past year I found tnyntlf prtg- fallimr health iniana inn nldlv Hill Dale Farm writes Mrs T linojburg Kidder of Center HnoMjurg Vt In a grateful letter to Dr I suffered dread- Â¬ R V flercrof Buffalo NY I was fully from bloatino and urlunry difficulty growing perceptibly weaker tacli day and mf-lereu mucn snarppain ni tunes i icu mm somethinir must be done i soueni your auvice I followed your and received a prompt reolv directions and took iwei e bottles of Dr Pierces Prescription nnd also followed your Favorite Instructions i uegan to improve unmeuiaieiy my licblth became excellent and I could do all my own work we live on a good sized farm I walked nnd rode all I could and enjoyed it I Â¬ ects to be in this county who fall and winter ap ple crop will be very short indeed Dr Baxters Bister Mrs U V Frank from Irvington visited him last Thurs-Â¬ day She and her family wero on thoir way to Went Point whore thev will make their futuro home At tho Sulphur Springn on thr 4th George Smith ami Orlio itndliT met witli quite it bad accident their buggies Qollided in tho road completely tearing the too from Cundifra buggy besides do Â¬ ing it othrr Injury Smiths bugy re- Â¬ ceived but little damage They were accompanied by two young Indies For tunately none of tho occupants wero Â¬ visiting R L Hook nnd family Jlhis 1 week Tho tobacco cpjp in this section is very small R M Davis still has hopes of finding him a girl B R Fowler attended church at Free Â¬ dom last Sunday Tho Sunday School at Freedom is progressing nicely MIrs Mary Meador of Antioch neigh Â¬ borhood was visiting G I Hook and fam Â¬ ily last Sunday A A Richardson and family of Gar Â¬ fish were the guest of Aaron Norton and family last Sunday hurt The dance at Anderson Fowlers on T furii CoiisUimtlon Forever Inst Saturday night was attended largely TahoCiMsmitH Candy Cathartic lOo or 25c if O u C fall to euro druggists refund money and they all had a nice time v dSfce IRVINGTON Mh J SimuiH of Sprlncil eld is visitÂ¬ ing Ken Wnthen and family Mrs Lon Moiotnaii returned Inst Thursday from a two weeks visit to Glundenne Mr and Mrs Will Gardner left last week for Texas Thev will visit Dallas McKinney nnd other cities of that state Miss Nauuie Brashear West Point and Miss LizJo Redman of Glendale are visiting and nnd Mrs Chna Redman of this plaoa Mrs Dr Helm Lsxlngton Mr and Mr Harry Mnjor Mrs Ben Weaver dud Mrs A II Nbwinan of Louisville are at lli bedside of Mrs Weaver Mrs Perry Weaver has been danger- Â¬ ously ill at the home of iter father Mr Bate Washington the past week She is some better at this writing Drs Forman aud Cartlidgo of Louisville wero called in consultation with Dr Lon Moreman last Friday It was Mr not Mrs Bader who visited Miss Celeatia Beavin A young gentle- Â¬ man of serious intentions- perhaps The men who have road working in charge ought to begin operations so that they may be traveled down before - had a short eay confinement and have a healthy baby boy lavorite Prescription is the only pro prietary medicine in the world invented by nn educated physician and scientific specialist for the one specific purpose of restoring health nnd strength to the dis tinctly feminine organism It is a prompt relief and permanent cure for every form of female complaint or weakness No remedy relieves constipation so quickly nnd effectually as Dr Pierces Â¬ Pleasant Pellets winter and Mrs Sim Pate who have been visiting Mrs Pates parents left for their home in Hardinsburg Sunday morning Mr and Mrs T P H ardaway were at Rosetta visiting S P Drury Friday night Mrs Drury has been quite sick but is Borne better Mr and Mrs Boy Gain of Irvington were in Meade county Sunday spending the day with parents and enjoying a lit-Â¬ tle of country life Mr Stanford goes with the party to Lexington this week We hope they may honor the people they represent and have a real decent convention Mr Miss Mary Paul left for Mo Wednesday morning to be gone an indefinite length of time Every one regrets her leaving but wish her a real good time A large number of people from here betook themselves to Sulphur Springs to celebrate the Fourth of July This is quite a place of resort during the sumÂ¬ Â¬ HARNED Success nnd best wishes to the News There is a protracted meeting going on mer time In the Koran tbe Mohammedan Bible it is written A ruler who appoints any man to an office when there is in his dominions a man better qualified for it bids against God and against tbe State Misses Mary Payne Lena Johnson Mary Keith Minnie Walker Nell Dru ry Alberta Drury Inez Beavin Minnie Stith Maggie Blanch and Bettie Lee Jol- Â¬ ly Gertrude Crosier Bevie Cain Mur- Â¬ ray Blanford and Thos Cain composed a nice little party given them by this scribe at our home on the afternoon of the Fourth We all enjoved ourselves immensely and hope to meet again soon Rev J W Bigham addressed our peo ple on Temperance Friday Evening It was a masterf nl arraignment of the liquor traffic showing it up in all ita heinous and demoralizing characters We wish that every voter in the precinct could have heard him but unfortunately only a few were out and they mostly women and children Ob that men would rise in all their majestic manhood and hurl this monstrous evil from our midst Bro Bigham said no saloon could run without boys any more than a saw mill could run without logs Whoso boys shall they be If your boys are safe consider your neighbors boya and your boys boys Â¬ Be sure and read our great oiler of the BrtBCKKNniDaB News for a year and the Farm Journal for the balance of 189i and all of 1000 1001 1K2 and 190J near- Â¬ ly five years all for the price of our pa Â¬ per alone Just walk up to the captains office and draw the biggest prlza you ever drew BELLTOWN Success to the Nkwb Edgar how do you like driving calves John says his favorite flower is a Lily Our baby has been continually trou Â¬ bled with colic and cholera infantum Miss Xellio Goodman is the receiver since his birth nnd all that we could do for him did not seem to give more than of a beautiful piano Miss Lee Kinnison is visiting her temporary relief until we tried Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea aunt Mrs Jonas Gray Remedy Since given that remedy ho X Pate of Balltowu was the guest of has not been troubled Wo want to George Gray last week give you this testimonial as an evidence Charlie Hook was the guest of Miss of our gratitude not that you need it to Delia Kyier last Sunday advertise your tneritorioua remedy G Mrs Joseph Wilson is visiting her M Law Keokuk Iowa For sale by A daughter Mrs Frank May R FiBiier Cloverport R A Sheliman Bev Duggins preached to a large con Stephensport cremation here last Sunday STEPHENSPORT Mr and Mrs I B Payne expect to visit Columbus O right soon A cold wave struck us Saturday Mrs Sudie Howk was the guest of Mrs B E Gray last Thursday Mrs Sallie Bhiu went to Sample the Miss Bessie Eskridge is expecting to 4th make a trip to New Mexico soon Mrs W B Hanks was in Oloverport MiES Maud Stinnet is with her sister last week Mrs Joe Bland at Irvington this week C C Lewis speut a few days last week Mr and Mrs Jim Payne were the in Louisville guests of Mr and Mrs June Marshall R A Brashear leaves this week for last Sunday hfs home at Gas City Ind Little Mies Anna Heed of Louisville Miss Lena Parks of Lodiburg is visit- Â¬ in visiting her cousin Mrs Robert ing her cousin Miss Kulia Payne Weathford Mr and Mrs T Livers and Miss L At the home of Mr Evert Weathford Livers spent last week at Cannelton a crowd was pleasantly entertained last Groyer O Jarrett Harlan Morgan and Saturday night Forrest Blain went to Cloverport the 4th We are sorry to hear the death angel Gardner Hawkins of Fordsville is in has visited tho home of Mr and Mrs town to spend a month with his child- Â¬ Green Payne and taken from them their ren daughter Mrs W Sills and Mrs Bettie Napper Mrs Xie Payne nnd sister Mips Gertie spent a few days last week at Hawes French entertained a number of their ville friends last Sunday evening At CiIJO A crowd of young people attended an oclock the tmesis were invited to the ice cream supper at Rome Ind Friday dining room where refreshments were night served Those present were Misses W C Blain of Patesville was in town Eddie Scott Bessie Eskridge Lula Vessels of Hardinsburg Maude Stinnett Sunday Messrs Payton Scott George Grny War- Â¬ Several from here attended services at ren Bruington Walter Stinnett and Mr the Ohio Valley Baptist church Sunday Sadders of Louisville afternoon Earl Mattingly and Bister Miss Annie Glorious News of Concordia spent a day last week with Comes from Dr D B Cargiie of Mies L Livers Washita I T He writes Four bot Mr and Mrs C 8 Perrig- nnd child- Â¬ tles of Electric Hitters has cured Mrs ren of Cloverport spent the 4th here Brewer of scrofula which has caused with relatives herureat suffering for years Terrible Miss Katie Cooms of Addison and sores would break out on her head and and little Miss Crutcher of Owensboro face and the best doctors could give no were in town Sunday to attend church iialp but her cure is complete and her Mrs Mary Pierson of Evansville tyd health excellent Tliis shows what is spending the summer with her parents thousands have proved that Electric Mr aud Mrs McCann at the Midway Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema Hotel Miss Lee Raily daughter of Mrs Pete totter salt rheum ulcers boils and run Â¬ ning sores It stimulate liver kidneys Raily and Mr George Farmer were mar Â¬ and bowels expels poisons helps diges ried Sunday afternoon by Rev A F tlon and builds up the strength Only Beare Mrs Joe Smithof Louisville and Miss 60 cents Sold by short and Haynes Fanny McCoy of Hawesvllle spent druggist Guaranted several days last week with their bro- Â¬ atMtZion Â¬ on Doe Run came down from Mies Eliza jMiBBon Louisville f ftdf MW W her aunt Mrs Jam Mrs J W Lewis Md her Mrs Thomas Ale their sons Mary aro daughter Miss Ed F Aloxander Miss Wwy leaves tills week for an eastern trip Next Tuesday night July lrtlh Capt Will S Hayes will be in com mand of ti Tai nnwin nml will tako an oi wurslon to Evansville nnd back one fare for JhQ the round trip 1 On next Saturday tho Sundays tuoo wil I children from the threo churches picnic at Butter Milk Falls Every bod f go old and young and have a good day with the children What among hnman ilis are more an- Â¬ I regret to hear that Trof Shacklielt noying than piles The aillictlons that ofSturgis is In poor health Ho h is prevents active exercise are bad enough president of Stuigis but one that makes even rest miserable again been elected he may be Impi rov and we hope Is worse Women are among its great Â¬ College term est martyrs TABLERS BUCKEYE ed by tho fall most State Convention PILE OINTMENT will cure the The Republican obstinate coses Price 60 cts in bottles meets at Lexington today tho 12th It tubes 75c A R Fisher is to be hoped it will bo one of more dignity and more gentlemauly demeanor McQUADY than tho lato one held in Louisville I hope those Harvard and Yale athletes will carry off the honors across A good rain would be in order tho pond and make the British realixe Miss Sallie Jordan is visiting her sister what American picked teams can do Mrs W W Frank for Oxford and Cambridge In track Geo D Rogers of the Emplro Drill games Co was here Sunday I wish to congratulate Irvington upon W R Bowrner and family were visit Â¬ having Misa Danforth with them I wish ing relatives here Saturday also to endorse her in saying she never Miss Minnie Bowman Kirk is the met more delightful ladles than those of guest of Miss June McQuady Irvington and vicinity Every one I Mies Florence Lewis Cloverport is met there was cultured nnd could con- Â¬ tho guest of Miss Annie Jolly verse on intelligent topics Each one T J Bowman wife and baby wero was posted and showed an informed mind visiting here Saturday and Sunday Popular Deputy Clerk Lon Nevitt and wero A Y Hawkins Mr and Mrs Miss Pearlo Wimp one of our very love- Â¬ visiting J W Pates family last woei married in Louisville on Miss Eva Matiow is very ill of- - malaria liest girls were Tuesday July 11th by Father Whallen at the home of her sister Mrs Crookett The happy couple are taking the round Wells trip on the Tarascon with Capt Will 8 Misses Lizzie and Frances Coomes Lon Nevitt is im- Â¬ Hayes in command Kirkj were visitors at M U Crows last maculate in manners genial jovial and week there should be a bright future for him Miss Nettio Brown who has visiting with so admirable a choice May their relatives here returned Saturday to her pathway bo roses strewn home near Kirk have been The Baptist Hymnals who Miss Bertha Pate Hardinsburg ndonted for church Some one remark has been a visitor in our community has that congregational ed last Sunday returned home singing was a thing of the past and that L 0 Taul and wife Tarfork were if a very few constituted the choir the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Bates Sat Â¬ singing was a small part of tho worship urday and Suntlay The congregation each and every one Claude Wilson and his guests Messrs composing it can buy a Hymnal and Smith and Walker Fordsville went to sing if he or she wishes The choirs in Falls of Rough Sunday both churches are oven to any one who Mr and Mrs T J McQuady aro wishes to sing The members of them spending a few days with their daughter and the organists are not paid remember so every one is welcome Mrs W R Bowman Kirk Â¬ Messrs Arthur Smith and Leslie Walscanty Blooa Deep ker Fordsville spent Saturday and Sun No Clean blood means a clean skin day with Claude Wilson and Olla Cobb beauty without it Cascarets Candy Catharyour blood and keep it clean by tic clean The ice cream supper given by J W stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imPate aud M L Crews last Tuesday purities from the body Begin to day to night was quite a nice affair There banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking was an abundunce of cream cake lem Â¬ Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug All gisU datiBiaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c onade and many other delicacies had enough to eat and drink and seemed to enjoy the evening Mr Crews fur DUKES nished a room for dancing and gallant gentleman and ladieB fair tripped the Oats very good happy hours away to the time of the Wheat turning out poorly most exquisite music while others in- Â¬ dulged in social games at the home of There is only about half a crop of to- Â¬ bacco J W Pate Prayer service Sunday night at the C W nnd Alice Mattingly attended a Saturday at Camp Horndon lasts1 RAtV AS BEEF Ho To 1 i FROM ECZEMA rtura Equal to the ana turning I vmn This durable It fa a common mistake to regard a roughness and redness of tho skin as merely a local Irritation it is but an indiea- uu numor in no mooa or terrible KcxcnJ which Is more than skin deep and can not bo roached by localitjDlC cation of ointments salves etc applied to the Burfaco Th disease tho real oauso of tho trouble is in tho blood although all suffering Is produced throogh thoBkin tho only way to roach the disease thoroforo la through JMr Phil T Jones of Mixersvillo IndVj writes ViflLr aflfeaw I hi id Eczema thirty years and after a groat deal of ti eatn tent my leg was so raw and sore that it gnvo mo cons taut pain It finally broko into a running sore rfnd bega to spread and grow worse For the past five or six y oars lhavo suffered untold agony and had given up all hi po Jf evor being free from tho disease as I have been trea ted by some of the best physicians and have taken ma ny blood modloines all in vain With little faith leftI bogan to tako 8 S 8 and it apparently made the 1 czema worio but I know that this was the way the itmedy got rid of tho poison Continuing B H8 the sore healed up entirely tho skin become Ainu r unrl am OOth and I WAS annul nnrfnntW jMzema- js on oiiiunaso aisease ana can not be cured by a remedy whiolt fa onl a tonic Swifts Specific boforo tho little redness begins to itch and 01 burn to This is but the boeiinimr And wilt lead suffering and torture almost unen Â¬ flSssirAS earful Disease ftif - -- w-j mw - superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oaa not- reach It goes to the bottom to the cause of the disoose and will cure the worst cese of Eczema no matter what other treatment has failed It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash mercury or any othi ir mineral and never fails to euro Ecxema Scrofula Contagious Blood Poiiion Canoor Tetter RhoumatismOpen Sores Ulcers Boils etc Insist upo n 8 8 8 nothing can take its place f 9 Books on these diseases will be mulled free to any address by Swift 8p ehi c Oompaay Atlanta Georgia j j j Is-- S S S FOR THE BLOOD u J COMMENCED Tho work of making extensive improvements to my Jstore has commenced I needed more room and in a few p have one of the handsomest and moht modern salesrooms in the countv weeks will Price SraasMm 1 Has commenced way and to go into I want my i to get all summer goods out of tho now store rooms with a Bph ndid fall I and winter stock To do this I have cut prices on Summer Goods Respectfully i They aro now sold lower at my store than over before I will not quote prices but ask you to call examine and ask for quotations t - l Â¬ Â¬ GUSTON ther Geo Wiles of Paynesville visited one Corn Is growing nicely but is needing of our fairest Belles last Sunday rain Miss Helen Pollock has returned home Miss Lula Bell spent the fourth with after an extended stay oyer at Buras Grandma Brow Seyeral outing boarders from Louis- Â¬ Mrs Emma Stinnet spent the Fouth ville are stopping at the Plckerell House with Mrs Greenwell MisseB Ivn Coleman and Mary Pulliam Mrs Emma Bell and Bon Alvin are spent several days at Weldon last week visiting her mother Miss Mary Paul of Bewleyville board feMise Lillie Pate spent the 4th with her ed the train her last week for Clinton cousin Mrs Carrie McCoy Missouri Miss Blanche Bell is yisiting her Misses Mary G aud Bessie Lewis of grandpapa Mr M P Bell Brandenburg are visiting Miss Eva Car rigan this week Misa Lillie Pate visited her cousin Mrs Taylor Bell last week Misa Biddio Henley of Bowling Green Mrs Ilulda Driskell and Joe Bell vis will make Mr and Mrs Worlaud Carter a visit in the near future ited her lather lost Tuesday MIbs Maude Adkisson leaves Tueiday Taylor and Bunles Bell are 6ut with III where she will for Coulterville the Sheliman tbroshing niachine - 4 make an extended visit to itlends and Mr rhilipand Heury Greenwell is relatives tearing the old jail down atllardinsburg Quito a number of young people were Miss Fellle Bell is visiting her sister Mrs Do well and also her brother Scott entertained last Sunday at the residence of Mr Marcus Board in honor of Misa Bell at Stephonsport Â¬ Gertrude Barron of Henderson who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Wm T Livers returned to her homo last week accompanied by Robert Conner Watch these items for the date of the Districk Skula that will soon be pre- Â¬ sented by the dramatic club and every body prepare to come and have an even Â¬ ing of good jolly fun Our business men tell us that Steph Â¬ ensport is some what on tho look up and they report money more plentiful and business more flourishing than for sometime past The cry of hard times is seldom heard Some one who certainly has very little to do seem to have it in for the dogs as shooting and turpentining of the pet canines of the town aro now tbe order of tho day and right here Jack the fool killer is losing golden opportunities There Is no About It No question indeed with those who have used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney and Bladdor diseases A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg N Miss 0 McCoy Ella Robertsons birthday CASTOR1A For Jnfanti and TM KM Children Yen Hav Alwayi Bought Bears tho Signature 9fff fit Misa Bailie Manning of Owensboro is HREEDOM visiting Miss Helen Pollock She is a who has Bister of Misa Mary Manning Dry weather takes the day visited here for seyeral seasons The farmer of this locality are busy Â¬ Tbe wheat crop Is threahlhg out dis threshing tressingly short In this neighborhood Rev Bozarth filled his regular appoint Â¬ The prospect for coin la also bad Some ment at Freedom lmst Sunday few early apples have been shipped but Roy Willi iai YouUler of Illinois Is comparatiyoly speaking there are none Keep it in Your Home P church And when the bowels fail to act proper-Â¬ Lee Campbell killed a rattle snake ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative with 8 rattles Svnur It acta gently but effectually on The show is attracting a liberal turn the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and oat from here make your complexion clear Lee Stovens lost a ten dollar bill while threshing wheat BRANDENBURG Several from Patesville attended services here Sunday Miss Clara Wimp is visiting Miss Mary Wave Rice and wife visited his bi othL Ditto er near Mt Eden Strother Bland is visiting his daughter Goebel first last and all the time Mrs Duvall Kentucky redeemed Mrs John Radley returned to Jeffer The first hatching of grasshoppers aro sonville Tuesday full grown and fat enough for the marMisa Funkhouser from Indiana is visit ket ing Miss DaiBy Molntire Frank Rowland and sister Miss Lena There are visitors at both parsonages of Daviess cointy is visiting relatives here whose names I could not learn Mrs Ben Clarkson and son Ben S John Dukes says his wheat bundles look like shaying brushes short and were in town last week on business Mrs Rich Flaherty spent Saturday stubby and Sunday with Mrs E Bondurant The interest in Sunday School Is in- Â¬ Come out christians and help creasing Mrs Lizzie Allen of Paradise Bottom is with her sister Mrs Blanche Fon Â¬ it tbe good work Mrs Nichols has gone to spend the taine Mr and Mrs Gardner of Irvington summer with her daughter Mrs Neu went to Texas with Mr and Mrs Fon gent near Mt Eden Rhodes Rev Whitlow of Puteaville preachdd Tbero were at least two thousand peo- Mrs Fellboaks funeral here Sunday A ple at Sulphur Well on the Fpurth to large crowd was present attend tho picnic We are beeining to foel tho effects of Beall Grinnell had a pleasant evening the drought in our community Early on the 4th with his best friends Mr and corn and tobacco are needing rain badly Mrs Geo Frymire There is a wonderful crop of tbe wild We will have breakfaat down at the gooso plum this season and the trees Rise with are beautifully ornamented with tbe deold mill one fair morning tbe lark and away for the day licious fruit Roy II 0 Hook filled his appoint Mr and Mta Gene Guedry and B Guedry of Faducah are visiting Mr menthere Sunday Every body likes to see him come and hear him preach and Mrs Taylor Haynes family Frank G Carpenters description of the gospel Torto Rico makes us feel like migrating Take it ail around with the different to Uncle Sama new Switzerland crops they are not looking bo well the Mrs Gough Mrs Geo Worlaud and cam prospect is not flattering and withMiss Agnes Malln came up from Owens out a good supply of rain bids fair to be boro Sunday evening Agnes is Improv- a light yield ing Saturday next is the time set to fix Alice Mattinglv is a guest o the the arbor and prepare suitable arrange Â¬ Miss Misses Rhode Miss Nannie Bnuhstr ment for tbe all day meeting the fourth of West Point arrived Sunday to vuit Sunday in this month Dinner will be served on the grounds them MhueaMaydee Fueeynnd Irma Gor- Â¬ He Fooled the SMrgeoni don entertained seyeral young gentle Â¬ men from New Albany and Louisville All doctors told Renlck Hamilton of last Sunday West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 Mrs Dr Smith of Louhvyllle pee months from Rectal Fistula ho would Mrs Dr Ylrglnlus foot is spending die unless a costly operation was perÂ¬ Bometlme with Mrs J F Woolfolk formed butha cured blralf with fire Meade Springs boaes Bucklens Arnica Balve the surest Mr and Mrs Gone Guedry Mlsqsa Pile cure on Earth and the beet Balve in SoW by Lillian and Virginia Rhodes Mavdae the world 25 ouata a box Pusey Irma Gordon Mary LbnU lhort A HayMf DruilM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W E BROWN Irvington Ky t FORDSVILLE Cool wave reached us lost Sunday L Smith Br is on the sick list Messrs Leslie Walker Arthur Smith went to Jolly Station Sunday went to Hardinsburg Sunday to visit her sister MrsG Hasweli i J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Has Euua B4Bq night kaslTv V Joinib Tbe boat party that went from here to Cincinnati arrived last week delighted TwUct 8f H Wi fewoktf Tor I Jfe Iv To quit tobacco cully and forever bt mt with the trip andare planning for anoth Â¬ betlc ull of luBr ttu yitm Per in the near future iioiBawiiMor voruer thalweg wmkjw Mlna Hanrirla Ur Ttahriliur attar uinml iiub AnuniHinorliIfnuinil I tiled BaAfctat mbiIiU xMaafla ling two weeks with Airs W H Bargest il iTtuiTSt - xmifct T vv tire Methodist church has oti a friend Howard who was ever ready to assist in any good Ike Adair and wife and Will Cump cause Many haye found in her a help- and wife spent Sunday aiternoon at the fal sympathetic friend who loved them Falls of Rough carea lor tnem as a ma tier laithtnl and Mrs W J Jones Miss Grace Howard true Therefore be it resolved and Ollle Wilson returned from a visit 1 That aa seryantaof he Most High to Louisville last week submitting to his hojy will we thank W W Camp is home on the sick list Odd for her exampIehor zeal In tbedls He returned to Loulsyillo Monday to chaugeof duty her perseverance and take his place on his run consecration 2 That we pledge ourselves anew to Mrs Margarette Smith and son Leon- ard have been visiting relatives in Clo- - thewerlc she loved thr t we put hpon the altar as Bhe did Urn best of aU verpOrt for the past ten days Regular sorviees held at the M B have through Christ Ua her memory church Sunday and Sunday night by a sacred legacy which vui cherish 3 That wo extend our iryrapaeyio the the pastor Rev Giant Reynolds bereaved tnessndpray that the istron Â¬ Miss Sallie Ford returned home sev arm of God may be about them guldisff eral days ago from Bowling Gbeeni consoling aud corofortlru until called te where she has been attending school jon her in the lilad ort whsrejoyed Dr Harris and Mr Henderson oCFalhv oneanoverpait rr of Rough attended tbe party given by Mas A JfHM Mr and Mrs W II Sargent Friday i John Broderick is getting material ready to build a cottage for rant A large crowd from here went to Sul phur Springs Sunday afternoon Wm Over by of Hawesvllle is here plastering W J Jonoa new residence Mr Gardner Hawkins went to- Ste phensport Sunday to visit his children Mr and Mrs Henderson gave a party for the younger girla and boya Friday night Mrs Erank Jarboe is the guest of her parents this week Mr and Mrs J B - la your liver tired Does it fail to do If so dont n jglect its cal for help A few doses of HERBINE may eave you a Hpell of sickness HERBINE ia the only perfect liver medicine It cures Chills and Fovor Price CO cts A E Fishor ita duty Â¬ Resolutions of Respect shadow of a sad bereavment there lr Ho consolation out of Christ At this time we come to Him who was a man of BorÂ¬ rows and acquainted with grief for com- Â¬ fort and sympathy In the death of our beloved Sister Mrs Lucrefia Carleton each member not only of this Aid So lety but the en r In the presence of a reat loss in the k Ii -- 41 4 iot uitii ui cui r7if fcAJdtBi jjttft LU tifrekteAv