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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j w rx5 i IJolcj VOL KX1V X BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALLx THR NRS THATS KIT TO PRINT 16 CLOVERPOKT HOUSTON BASHAfl ARRESTED KENTUCKY WEDNESDVY AUGUST ANT1 fJOEBUL DEMOCRATS 199 NO 5 -- ANTl GOEBEL DEMOCRATS Meet and Select Delegates to the Lexington Convention A ijniall But r LITTLE DEMOCRAT OrCharge of Seducing His i3 Year Old Niece There Are Plenty Of Them In Meade Old FREEDOM CHURCH r Enthusiastic Meeting of True BIuo Democrats Â¬ bakers dozen of gonuiuo and con ecientlons Democrats mot at Hardins A burg1 laat Saturday i fr rL to appoint delegates to the Lexington Convention Thpy met in the court bouso at 2 oclock p m F Fraize called the meet ing to order and on the motion was made Hugh Frymlre of Union chairman Star was elected secretary On motion the chair appointed the following committee to select delegates D H Severs Tboa Gregory and Hugh T o committee reported the Frymiro following i We the Undoisgncd committee ap- Â¬ pointed by F Frajz i Chairman in Con Â¬ vention assembled to appoint delegates to attend the Stato Democratic Conve- Â¬ ntion which meets in Lexington Aug 10th to nominate candidates for the different state officers respectfully report the following well known Democrats as delegates who represent the true Demo- Â¬ cracy of this state viz F Fraize and D H 8ever8Cloverport H E Frymiro and Herbert Bmner Union Star M P Compton Garfield Stark Haynes Harned J A Witt Hardinsburg John Alexander Buras And all other good Democrats who are opposed to tho action of the so call- Â¬ ed convention which was held in Louis- Â¬ ville June 21st are respectfully request od to at ton d said convention i D H Severs Tno8 Gbeoory Jacoii FaYMtnB Committee Ilouaton Baalism of Fordsville has been arrested on the serious chargo of the seduction of his niece the daughter ot his half brother Joo D Baalism Tho girl charges that her uncle took her driving in his buggy bought her some presents nt the Fordaville stores and then forced hor to consent The girl had been at her uncles since tho burning of her lathers residence having gone there to reside until her father could rebuild The crime against the girl was committed six months or more ago and her uncle has slnco been evading arrest but Tuesday night Mar shal Joe Roberta of Fordsville heard that Basham was in tno neighborhood and he slipped up on him and arrested him He was taken to Hartford where he executed bond for his appearanco for trial in the sum of 1000 Owensboro thirteen-year-old Â¬ From the fact of there not belrg any antl Goebel convention held here to Gives His Views on the Goebel send delegatea to the L xlngtoa conven- Â¬ Drew a Large Crowd Last Sunday tion the Goebelltes need not think thore Brown Political Situation are no antf Goebel Democrats in this old Democratic Moado county Services Conducted by the Revs A Vote For Brown Is the Same as a This is a peaceful bounty In politics Bozarth and Cundlff Vote For Taylor Kiiik Ky August 13 Fellow Demo- Â¬ crats lot no one be deceived into voting for John Young Brown on the suppo- Â¬ sition that he will retain ranks in the Democratic party He had just as well vote for tho Republican ticket and then say he 1b n good Democrat Gentlomen watch those sore poli- Â¬ ticians put up n boxus ticket to boat the Democratic ticket with Taylor No sir you bolting people bad Just as well vote for Mr Taylor and save your credit with the Republican party for you can not hay no claim on tho Democratic party When thu Democrats of this county go to a circus they go in the big touts not tho Bidu ahows There are a bnndfull of people that kick against unfair conven- Â¬ tions and those same kickers come to our county convention and do themselves Just aa Mr Goebel did at the State con- Â¬ And those few men not satis Â¬ vention fied with the Louisville convention they meet in council and agreo to buy a reel put a cord on it wind it up and put on a hook use Mr Brown for bait to catch suckers But my dear friends this ia no time for suckers to bite No sir the Democrats of this county can not bo pulled by railroads aud trusts any more They stand firm for Mr Goebel for he stands on the 1800 platform just as Mr Hardin ind Mr Stone does Would not either of those men ac- Â¬ cepted the nomination as Mr Goebel did I think so Now if Mr Goebel ia Bmart enough to steal the nomination from those men aa you claim he could steal half the Republican party and thereby be elected Governor of Ken- Â¬ She always shows up with a large Demo- Â¬ cratic majority for the State and Nation- Â¬ al ticket but tho Louisville convention ticket will never be able to poll the us- Â¬ ual vote as the good old honest Democrats that believe in honor and prtnc pie will not stand by that ticket There can N or tho be no credit given tho L Gold Bags for the antl Goebel Democrats of this county There will hardly be a voto that supported the Palmer and Buckner ticket in 1800 that wl vote the Loulsvlllo or LexhiRton ticket So you boo of the 25 P and B votes that were given in this county will have no influence here The good people of this county nrn down on bosstsm aud rotteitw And Mr Goebel will know of itinNovombor A Democrat Â¬ Â¬ IMfiING VAl Powder RWBK4 BSOLUTEKYHJRE OYM Makes the food more delicious and wholesome vutma rowcf eo riw voik ADDITIONAL LOCAL Tho crowd at old Freedom church near Hardinsburg last Sunday was bb largo as UBuaJ aud that old historical point seems to lose none of its popularity for attracting the populace They tHino in wagons buggies and carts and on foot and the crowd swelled so that the country seomet to bo fairly alive with people and vehicles for miles Â¬ Messenger Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision mado clear styes removed and granulated lids or soro oyes of any kind Bpeedlly and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee by all good druggists Large Crowd Expected The farmers institute which will con vene in this city August 24tb promises to be a grand afiair Communications are being received daily at this office from prominentand well to do farmers stating that much interest is being manifested and Cloverport can surely look for a big Â¬ crowd TheHenderson Rout6 has made a special rate of ono and one third rate in order to let every one attend These making meetings are not money schemes but their object is to enlighten the farmer and to give new ideas of farm irg Â¬ t IB- - Keep it in Your Home And when the bowels fail to act properWomans Foreign missionary Will ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative Meet at Brandenburg Sybop It acts gently but effectually on meeting of the kidneys liver and bowels will keep The Elizabathtown District the Womans Foreign Missionary Society your system in good working order and will be held at Brandenburg Aug 24th make your complexion clear by Mrs Owen Cunningham District The editor of the Farm Journal asks Every society in the district Secretary report of Why have a mortgage on the farm Is requested to have a written poor crops sour bread grip leak in the the years work presented by its dele Â¬ roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the gate Conference Secretary Miss Tula closet or any other pain or trouble 0 Daniel will be present with reports when you can get the Farm Journal for from the bourd and Louisville Confer the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1901 ence Society 1002 and 1003 nearly five years by pay Â¬ ing a year in advance for the Brkcken Bradley Injured Â¬ nrsWm I T Mb Wm Bradley of OwenBboro happened to a painful accident at her home Sunday morning - During the rain she went out to close the shutters and they blew against her face knocking two of her front teeth out and breaking her nose New Quarters DrTD Renfrow has rented roomsÂ¬ oyer tho new store which 1b to be occuCo His office pied by Heston Willis will be furnished with all the appliances necessary to the equipment of a first class dental parlor He makes crown and ThiB you can do if you bidqk News are not too late Increase In the School Fund Breckenridge couutywill draw from the Btate thia year 1003750 for her pro rata of the school fund Last year she drew 1027130 which is an increase of 276620 Notwithstanding Mr Goebel says there has been no increase in this fund We believe in giving tho Repub- Â¬ licans credit for whateyer is due them Thia is certainly better than a deficit The Womans Christian Union The W O T U held another suc- Â¬ bridge work a specialty cessful and enthusiastic meeting in the Methodist church Monday night The Will Live Many Years church was crowded to its fullest capaci- Â¬ Mrs Rose ABkins of the Mattingly ty and the program enjoyed by all and who has nearly neighborhood Several new names were enrolled and reached the four score mark in life was thOaCause of temperance ia growing in town Saturday Sho made a pleasant The members are determined in their call at this jfllce and every indication work and dont propose to let up until points to many years more of a useful the town Is rid of the saloons life Struck by Lightning COflPANY HENRY KOEHLER two story frame house be- Â¬ The lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky in Â¬ longing large widow Boone near Con Â¬ to the vite correspondence with Mill men who was struck by lightening durng have lumber for sale They buy poplar cordia morning and mixed cars dry or the storm last Wednesday and hardwoods in burned to the ground Every thing in green Write them the house was destroyed Mrs Boone Improving was away from home at the time Her H Bates who has been loss was about 2000 with no Insurance Mrs Thomas visiting in Owensboro has returned to New Wagon her home at Tar Fork Mrs Bates baa The Standard Oil Company has fur Â¬ been in ill health for sometime and is nished Gregory Company their agents now on the road to recovery in this city with an eight barrel wagon tank for the purpose of distributing oil In Louisville Took men of to their local dealers It is the first of The following representative its kind Introduced in this section and Micron went to Louisville last Thursday boys and girls are running oq business Messrs Dick French P P the little WJC Smith 55 P Cox and J wild over it Archer tyKendall New Barge Oapt James Hennen Hawesvldes 8o Head of Sheep ng boatsman has Pate Breckenridge coun Â¬ hustling and enterprlsl Mr Noble - under construction a model bargo which tys stock buyer drove into town Sature emppea will be 24x100 feet and six feet deep slfty head of sheep The lumber for this barge will be pur to Louisville by boat Sunday chased in Chicago t T TWO LIVES condition of an I tepaatast moth Â¬ er depend not eflly mt own ife hi tW life aii4 perfection jkfhftfckUd wfl strength and HTv vH KIB necuiiar to the zr - Price of Bicycles Advanced Charley Hamman Junior member of the furniture firm of M Hamman Son has been in better spirits the last two weeks than Jie over has in his life It was a fine boy and the first The price of bioyoles immediately advanced GLENDtANE Laa 11 JfiJbiJHIkjjV MOTinmB imwwD ovToente r childWrUi awl win pr -- UU - atAtariar HSt dMiMrml m- ya 3 lliiBL mODCOJ Jj 4pHMPd 11 Ofdaal WtW rmxrfrat boeli Rffore Bby oaaMOcauoc fii 11 ml Wr I offer to any party that sees any other one stealing apples straw or any thing else off wyJUad and will report to me and go befire it justice of the peaee with me aud niakaoalh to same I myself wll say fivadollaM la gold to the reporter Julia H JJrtrWB flE Jl4BUS iff m tor Bora p seat wa IWWW Vtttttfftftl sW around Some say in these latter days that dinner on the grounds is the main at- Â¬ traction at old Freedom but this Is not Miaa Florence Cain who ia teaching bo altogether Numbers of good people in the adiolnlng neighborhood spsat g there to worship God Siturdayand Sunday with he brother Tho services last Sunday were con Roy and we too enjoyed her stay ducted by Rey Bozarth of Garfield aud The many friends of Mrs Perry Weav Rev Cunditr of Hardin county There er nee Washington will be glad to was preaching both in the morning aud know of her entire recovery She left evening aud afternoon The meeting flARKET BULLETIN for her homo in Loulsvlllo Sunday will he continued through this week Miss Grace Foot a bright girl of and Thursday has been set apart for old The poultry and egg market ia Bteady peoples day This service will bring sweet sixteen has returned4o her home We quote as follows in Owensboro aftor a pleasant stay oJ J out a good crowd from the fact that tho OS Eggs rehandled per doz several weeks with her relatives thAl place and the surroundings are of special 0 Hens per lb Hendersons 07 Interest to the old people who still wor- Â¬ Spring chicken per lb 03 ship there and those ate not a few in Boosters per lb Mrs C 11 Redman entertains tills 00 number Some of them now can well Turkey Hens per lb Monday ovenlng in honor of her two 05 Turkey Toms per lb guests Miss Smith and Miss Watling- 04 remember Freedom as a campmeeting Ducks F F and fatper lb 03 centre for all this country and when Geese F F and fat per lb ton A delightful time ia to be expn ted- 09 they used to go there aud pitch tents all Butter per lb of course 10 oyer the place and remain in camp for Guineas each W H Cain Jr has a position in Jol two weeks HARDINSBURG ly Cains store The people are to be Where the digestion is good and the Then they had meetings worth your general powers of the system in a while But now that is only a thing of congratulated upon having a man of healthy state worms can find no habita- Â¬ the long ago Billie Cains sterling qualities come Go to A X Klncheloe for bargain inro the business and social relations of tion in the human body WHITES Tho second Sunday in August Ib about ReadA X Kincheloea ad in another CREAM VFRMIFUGE not only des- the only day there for a crowd now the commnnity It column troys every worm uut corrects all do was Irvington has been quite gay all sum- Â¬ They had plenty to bo last Sunday home Rev J W Bigham returnea rangements of the digestive organs eut too Ham fried chicken lightbread mer what with visitors galore enter- Â¬ Monnay last Price 25 eta A R Fisher tainments parties lectures reading cir- Â¬ pickles pies and cake and every other tucky George Baker was at home last Sunday cles missionary meetings aids church All substantial delicacy to be desired The Dispatch says Mr Blackburn is a Israel Holders House Burns from Owensboro services otc We call ourselves a truly had a good time and tho day was a tail to the Goebel kite Thank God bo A X Klncheloe is Belling goods up to date town The beautiful home of Mr Israol Hol- Â¬ pleasant one for overybody ia not the tail as the Dispatch says but Wednesday morn- Â¬ cheaper than anybody tho kite itself and the Democrats of der was burned last Owensboro is perssnated la our midst Fire started from ing to the ground Remodeling Their Old Store One dozen photographs for 25 cents at by the presence of Miss Sawyer a dr k Kentucky intend to sail him and Goebel the kitchen and the origin is unknown avail Kaflnrw arwl Vi 4fin Kwinlifr ami M B F Beard Co of Hardinsburg be- Â¬ Mattlnglys gallery all over the State The flames had gained such headway gun last Monday the work of remodel- Â¬ of Cloverport some little Miss Mary Lewis both gt S j MIbs Marion Babbage The side show Democrats conture the impossible to save anything ot tnat aeifgtniul bome ing their old store house They have has boen visiting here the past week Democrats for taking tho Courier Journal that it was the Vflmy- Â¬ and wife who occu- had Ye are the suit and the Mr George Mullen back in ranks this in contemplation for some time kinds of produce taken in ex Â¬ and othor relatives and frionds All building lost every Â¬ light so let your light so shine that your pied a part of tho but had been somewhat undecided aa to Miss Irma William ot Henderson i goods at A X Kincheloea thing they possessed and35 fn money whether they would build new out and change for brother may know where thou stand She lived here whoa ft Mrs M H Beard who has been east also a visitor Uvea with Mr who So we are willing to take you Boltocrats Mr Simon Pate out or make some neccessary additions She ha for tho past month will return home child and has many friends lost 35 Mr Holder esti- Â¬ back and treat you right for we know Holder also The latter plan was finally agreed upon developed into a quiet modest little body Â¬ today mates his Iobb at 2000 with no insurand the work of remodling given to conyou are eick and sore of tho steps you the embodiment of grace and beauty ance The HardlnBbarg baseball team went tractor Bramlett of Irvington have taken So you see men are known and as a friend eays an exact counter- Â¬ last Saturday to play by the company they keep so it is no Mr Bramlott began work about a over to Leitchfitld part of her charming and winsome mottt House Burned week ago and with his corps of assistants ball trouble to locate the Dispatch and Mr er Dr Dick Wilson who lives near Buras is pushing things lively Everything Co the millers at Jollys Sta Â¬ Pate Brown And if you boys dont repent Miss Lily McGlothlan and her mothtjtUl thia county lost his dwelling house and around tho place now looks in a stato of tion are puttlnu a new boiler in their before the November election you will will mtnrn In Dn Unn flnrlnoo ThnrSSI contents last week by fire entire be hung with Brown on a sour apple the chaos but when all the work is done mill We are pleased that the mother is suffi Â¬ The fire originated in a defective flue one would hardly know the old stand of Judce Mercer and Jesse Whltworth ciently recovered from her recent illnees tree Â¬ The property was insured for 250 but B F Beard Co A new brick wall attended the picnic at Custer last Sat- to make the trip but a voice whispers Heavenly Father we beseech Tbee this will nothing like cover the foes will be put in on the north side from the urday Grant Thy blessings ere we part well be glad the season closed as Miss Mr Wilson was in Hardinsburg a few ground up Take in Thy care and keeping and tho bank wall will serve Mrs Rosenblack of Hawesvllle was Lily with her genial face is missed nd Guard fronvefl every heart ago buying new furniture days as an addition ou the south Bide This here last Sunday visiting the Baker Bless the words we here have ipoken Miss Mary Jacob Tyler has tjeflh other house hold material makes the house entirely secure from brothers Offered prayer and cheerful strain recent trip to Jefferson county vlsltii If Thy will O Lord we pray Thee fire A large upper story is to be added I will make one drzen photographs Pleasant Evening Grant we all may meet again and an entire new front The front will for 25 cents for a few days only W J her aunt Mrs Fenly of Crescent Miss Enola Greenwalt had with her be of and Mrs Brown ofPewee Valley Little Democrat iron and heavy plate glass and Mattingly Tuesday evening a number of her put together on a modern plan will soon return home accompanied by Amos Board and Sherman Ball have Miss Sallie Trabue of Loulsvlllo who friends The occasion being her six To Care Cunstlrtatlon Forever The building when completed will ba Tafco Cuacarets Candy Cathartic 10a orSSo The evening was the largest in HardinBburgby odds and a reurned from a two weeks stay at the spent a month last summer and won the It C O fall to cure druggists ref una money teenth birthday Tar Springs spent by all who were pleasantly hearts of all by her Bweet ways and credit to the enterprising firm of B F Broke Her Arm present Miss Mary Bates of Hawesvllle and pleasant manners Co Beard Miss Nannie Baty of Louisville are the Mrs J W Dent living near Iryington There are many items of interest I To The Tar Springs guests of Miss Nettie Beard had tho misfortune to break her arm should like to give but my friends must The Eagle King of All Birds The following went to the Tar Springs is noted for its keen sight clear and dis one day last week Sho was riding Mrs J E Monarch and children ar- Â¬ bear with me this eiine and pardon any Mrs Geo W Short MIbb tiuct vision So are those persons who rived last Saturday from Owensboro to omieslonB along the road where the hands were at Friday It has been some time slnco work blasting rock Before sho knew it Florence Cottrell Mrs A R Fieher U80 Sutherlands Eagle eye salve for visit her frlonds and relatives I have Bent any items and even now I or the hands either a blast was Bet off Miss Mannie White Miss Francis Smith G W Beard and wife and O L am only responding to many earnest so I weak eyes Btyes sore eyes of any kind and a falling Btono hit her arm and broke Miss Sallie Llghtfoot and Mr and Mrs or granulated lids Sold by all dealers Beards family spent last Tuesday in the licitationa To each and all who so Clint Murray of Rockport Ind kindly express pleasure I thank and ap it country with Mr William Miller at 25 cents Hon W E Minor spoke to a small predate fully Will Soon Operats A New Firm at duston New Presbyterian Church Dont forget that Bro Davis of Hard Â¬ crowd at the court house last Saturday Tno distillery on the Hardinsburg Mr Sam Dowell of Irvington was a Mr Joe Green Anderson has bought night in behalf of the Goebel ticket insburg will lecture here next Thursday passenger on the train last Thursday en pike which is known aa tho Hannlng a half Interest in A J Gross store at evening on Temperance at 7 30 ocloik R T Coombs who is now at work up route to Louisville He Is ono of the plant will commence operation this Guston The new firm will add more was here last week Come out and hear him you will be building committee to look after the week under the management of J E capital Increase tiie the stock and push L In the mountains pleased with his remarks on tho subject I Mr Lines Coombs 8on They will In all proba- Â¬ the business for all it is worth It is a visiting bis father buying of material for the erection of the Ohapln of Buch vital importance J 1st now to Mre Mollle Hambleton and Mrs C P every true mother father and citizen of new Presbyterian church at that place bility increase the capacity of the plant strong firm and the Nkws wisher them success The stylo of fhe firm will be Babbage of Cloverport were here last this community Dont forget tqe data Will Produce Cholera Candidate Kings- Â¬ 17th Grass Mr Walker Board Tuesday the gueatB of Mrs Anderson time 7 30 P M and place Metho There stands at the west end of tho will still reman and with Mr Anderson ton Samuel Flowers of Hancock county dist church has announced himself as a candidate Glover creek bridgo a pool of water conduct the business George Hook and wife haye been at Our school will begin the first Monday for Representative Mr Flowers Is a The city fathers ought to give the the Tar Springs for the past ten days in September Prof and MrsCrabbe wul Has A Position some attention as the water be- Â¬ staunch Democrat and has many influ Â¬ matter Mr Hook went thero In hopes of im combine the public bchool with the 00 Virgo Wilson who has been employed proving his health ential friends in this county He lives comes stagnate it is likely to produce leg and will give us the same advan cholera at F Frake In the grocery department near Fellville in that county Persona wishing dozen photographs at tages as pf yore An efficient music and Hewlll leave has reBlgned his position 25 cents per dozeu or any other size elocution teacher will be employed and Have Returned today for Indianapolis where he has a picture will find me at my old stand by there will be good Street Fair and reasonable board Mrs Arls Warfleld and Mrs G M lucrutivo position He Is one of Oloyer- Cynthiana Is to have a street fair in obtainable Send your boyfl and girls the Jail W J Mattingly Younger and son James who have been ports Bturdy young men aud wherever October Editor Alien iq secretary of on Start in the beginning of the term Miss Ella Collins of Cannelton Ind at the Tar Springs en ho may go his friends wish him su ccesa the association It goes without saying spending a week Miss Maggie 8weeney and Mrs Mary and secure the advantage of the vary Joying the pleasures ot that beautiful that the venture will be a success Conway of Evansvllle Ind are vlaltlng best instruction in every department First Time In 4O Years lesort returned Thursday to the citv Write for particulars Mr and Mrs P Dillon Mrs A M Bly tho mother of Mr T BLOOD PURIFIER 8ENT FREE Surprised Bro Litchfield will begin a protracted Wo will sell you a good washboard for 0 Tousty of this cltyleft Monday a good dlahpan for 10 cents a meeting here next Saturday evening at Mlaa Alllene Mur Â¬ morning for Walton Ky her old home 10 cents W S Bowmer and A Curs fcr Blood and Skin Diseases EdVe- ray wenj to the Tar Springs Thursday She goes thero to visit her Bister Mrs good broom for 10 cents four bars soap 730oclrck It behooves every Chris ma Pimples Sorofula Bolls Blood tian In this community to rise up on horse back They were much sur Â¬ Stephenson This will be her first visit for 5 cenlB School tablets 2 cents Poises Cancer Eto take an active interest In this me Eclipse Grocery prised to find the road in such an ex in forty years Sin nd vice besetting evils of our By addressing Blood Balm Cov 315 cellent condition Mllchell St Atlanta Ga any of the IRVINGTON muiuty are about us and U we wo Compromised Qeod Crop put them down and make of this a trol Nkws readers may obtain a sample bot- Â¬ Tho case against tho Fraternal Myatio w tle of their famous B B BBotonic W M Brown and Dick Whltehouse family are visi Â¬ unrlatian eonnunry then mint Rev J W Lewis and Oirole vs the widow and heirs of the de Blood Balm the greatest grandest beat of Tar Fork were in town Saturday lose atgbt of every thing but right Allen has been compro ting relatives at Millwood and make a fight for that which Is far and strongest blood remedy made Cures They have thirty five acres of tobacco ceased John Allen receiving two mised Mrs Muter Clay and Miss Graham McGe above rubles pimples ulcers and say it Is the finest In that section when all else fall Murray through her attorneys Murray hee are visiting at Mr Ferd McQehees eczema bolls blood poison eating sores It was my happy pleasure to rMend Mrs A JWilliams and little daughter Protracted fledtlng distressing skin eruptions eancer ca Â¬ To Market the Ladles Aid of the Baptist Oanrcfc x of Owensboro are expected visitors in Free medical advice tarrh rheumatism Rev W B Rutledge assisted by Rev last Friday whleh waa wsterWnad at Mr It O Willis left Tuesday for Lou- Â¬ the community Included when description of your Duvall of Brandenburg began a proÂ¬ Tb that heepitaUa home QaWaad He goes to purÂ¬ isville and Cincinnati trouble is given This generous offer is tracted meeting at Goshen last Monday Miss Adelaide Herr of Loalsville is ft taewban of this waitateJBHalaly chase a fall stock of goods for the firm of Sample bottle worth while accepting dear little maid vlaltlng her UHla eouria mwafa erelit Co Heeton Willis Oood Prloe sent all charges prepaid Large bottles MUc Lily Tyler at Oaklaad mart year It containing nearly a quart of medlelne Mr J T Oweu of Glemjeane bought Mf and Mrs Orafebe ar t a a Wt masajjiw ewipfKwK IJhrlMUua workr Ben Hook of Hanilnaburg ha geM for sals by all tUuggtata at P per bottle Mi last week jf- - James Hardeaty Wnbetar to MMRtWaTaarg tt work In H 0 Weed te bw metkar aad ethw loved art M aad Ma aetpt ieTattWais a 9t 9 jjf fe away ahead el all other blood twenty one head of atoak haaaat 3 80 rvad the oU kMt at IktttferrUI Ky om Mm Tylr flwt baaAwrlMialli Mr lupk k a fisaeiHsf ifwritu Try ha n omJ Wm Wlklor will fed iiltti fil at the cloae and all nt 1 U far vr4 WU Mr Wood MaaatcttHir afcM milter A Kaw yevf bay a JH B A I of Aug until J feeling a J to have baea tU t Mrs Ty lar how the ttkh Hutata ia SMaoHMf hta Â¬ Candor Black and wife went to Stephensport Sunday Little James N Williams grandson of Mr Joseph Porter is quite sick Mrs Gump Henderson ia visiting her son Wathen at the Fails of Rough Master J D Babbage Jr who has been quite sick with fevera is slowly improving You make a mistake if you fail to go to Knights and havr a good picture made of yourself Miss Virgie Hocker of Beaver Dam came up Monday to visit Mre Bale Hurndon at Irvington We are giving special prices on our cabinet size pictures for the next two weeks O L Knight Mrs Squires Mrs John Squires and Mrs Barney Squires of New Bethel were in town Tuesday Mrs Dan OCotinell living near Glen deane is very low with typhoid fever Miss Jarboe a trained nuroe Is attend Â¬ ing her Mr and Mrs A C Byers of Hender sin arrived yesterday evening Thoy will spend several di8 with Mr and Mrs Joseph Porter the 4th of Sept Friends are invitee call Rev Rutlodgp of Clovorport fil Brn Lewis appointment Saturday Sunday preaching excellent sermons t Mies Olive Henderson one of Loul villes bright girls is a pleasing addltl to the young peoples society of tho neija borhood A number of our young people at tended a social at Mrs Plirgotts last Friday afternoon An enjoyable time is reported a JT Â¬ ei t tmikMnwy ualkkedjiBMll yy ir Udjpr aJ rttt 11 m -- fs i THE BROKEN TOWEL When I think of he tonal The old fashioned towel used to hang Up noar tho printing houeo door That I can think of nobody In Ihoao days of shoddy That coiild hammor out iron to wear as it wore Tho dovil who used it Tho tramp who abuBod it Tlio comp who got at it whoa those two were gone Tho mako up and foroman Tho editor poor man Each rubbed a heap off while they put a heap on C In over and undor It was blacker than thunder Harder than poverty rougher than sin On thorollor suspended was bended And ilapped on tho wall liko a It never bannerof tin It grow harder and rougher And blacker and tougher And daily took on a moro inkier hue Until one winter morning Without any warning It fell on the floor and was broken in two New York Sun BRANDENBURG Local and County News Correspondent From Our Newsy Mrs P T Noel is able to sit up Miss Buttle GlarkBon is well and able Misses Mary and Bess Lewis Maydee Pusey and Mabel Hardin are anxious for a reading circle this ensuing fall and winter Once under war we would cer tainly enjoy it Miss Mary Alexander writes that she is having a most delightful eastern trip She 1b spending this week with Mr and Mrs L D Alexander at their summer homo in Connecticut Dr John Hardin is our new Sunday School Superintendent and Mrs D W Lewis assistant Superintendent Both are efficient and they are consistent Christians in every day life The Womans Foreign Missionary Sowere in Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon ciety will hold a two days session at this town last week at Mrs J W Lewis place In the Methodist church August Mr and Mrs D M Duncan went to 24 25 An all day session Friday 25th Oloverport last Saturday for a little trip Everybody cordially invited MisaMaydee Pasey left Monday for I have the August number of Pari an extended trip to Lebanon and Pari tan which has been combined with old Ky Godey Also Frank Leslies popular We are so glad Bro Duvall is well and monthly through the kindness of Mabel back He preached last Sunday morn Â¬ Hardin my bright young friend with ing whom reading is a great pleasure The bett joy In life comes from work Tho Clay county feud proves what it well done work done with head and is to cherish malice instead of eradicat hands ing it No man ever killed another man BertMoretrien is here to see his family unless ha had first committed murder in lifter quite an absence He has been his heart Hatred is the first step to- Â¬ uite Bick ward murder We are to hurt nobody by deed or word Mrs Lamar Herndon of Louisville paid a visit to Mr and Mrs Ed Yeakel We are all heartily tired of Goebel last week Goebel Brown Brown Redwine Red Mrs Robt Smith of Wolf Creek was wine I am glad this paper deals in more here last week to see her aunt Mrs interesting matter Education farming interests Temperance Religion Poli- Â¬ Stuart 0 wings indis- Â¬ tics should be laid on the shelf except Mrs J W Lewis has been qulto posed for some time At this writing she by the fighters is somewhat improved A minister who preached here once Mrs Jesse Malin of Vine Grove is upon a time said There is much talent spending some time with her parents among the women of Brandenburg but Mr and Sirs J W LewiB it is not exercised I resented it warm- Â¬ choir did some lino singing last ly wo have talented consecrated hear- Â¬ The Sunday night augmented by J T Ditto ty workers in our churches and a better set of women never lived more refined Jr and J M Richardson Miss or polished than my circle of friends Mrs Dr Fusey accompanied Maydee as far as Louisville Monday When Mrs 0 0 Faitleigh was In Pa morning on the cannon ball ducah she heard the solo or duett Never Alone sang by the choir at the Miss Linnie Moremen and Miss Annie Bondurant give a small informal even- Â¬ Methodist church She had me order it for her grand daughter Miss Mabel ing for their guests last week Mr and Mrs D S Richardson gave a Hardin It is the prettiest sweetest delightful reception last Thursday even Â¬ thing I hayo heard for a long time Get It you lovers of sacred music which is ing for their guest Miw Nettie Scheneo at last the best muBic in tho world Mrs Jane Smith returned to Dallas Since the heavy rains and tho electri- Â¬ Texas with Mr R II Nevltt to epend Mrs cal displays we have enjoyed real Eng- Â¬ time with her daughter some lish evenings that Dickens writes of Nevltt chaperoned a They are beautiful and last bo long and G Moreman Mrs 0 I think very pleasant bevy of young people to a deepen bo softly and gradually we never appreciated them moro than dance at uamp iiernuou last oaiuruay now The rain has allayed tho dust tho night sun is not a scorcher any more and wo A number of very affable people from almost feel like we were at tho sea Dulaville are registered at the St Cloud shore FThey are connected with the lithograph An anti trust plank in any platform plant would make the strongest piece of tim Â¬ i iirotner uuvau gave away iasi ounuay P lie and his congregation came to hear ber I know of Judge Van Wyck is shut out then as a possible presidential candi Â¬ Brother Overton preach one of his beet date and so Rear Admiral Winlbld Soott sermons Schley who has a war record is whisper- Â¬ Â¬ I am bo obliged for that kind invita ed as one who might aide track Wm tion to alt in tho Amen corner at the Jennings Bryan Dewey is too astute u Institute but Ill not do It for old people man to oven listen to such a proposal awiallyslt in that exalted seat I ween Schley will be likewise The quarterly services at the Meth There is almost perfect concord and odlot church last Saturday and Sunday harmony here in social circles No little were interesting Bro Overton always jealousies or envying to amount to any comforting sermons pfAohea eireet thing I think it is so wrong to ever be MSm Helen Pollock leftforJGoston last come offended because some certain ay after a pleasant visit to Mm ones may not be Included to an enter Â¬ Hum Pollock la a moat ngreea- - tainment Oae cannot it is often Im Â¬ 5 possible to include everyone and then EfiWNUm Jady and a very bright one naB7 phlaa Henry who spoke lor it is ones priyilege to select Unkind IBryflHTO Rtf has offered to take the words hurt as bad as blows and we tamp fdV Gov Brown and his ticket I should be careful ronder 11 she has a husband or child- Everybody that is Indebted to this ex Da eellent paper I know will heed the Edi We are glad to know Mr Aster tors call to raise a thouaaud dollars for can new Ixeotoe even a lord ac-- the late improvemwals la the office Tl Â¬ to be out Mlse Sue Owingfl has returned from a stay at Wolf Creek Pete Fontaine la here to see his mother who is etill quite ill The Ladies Aid Met with Mrs George Worland last Monday Mrs Chas Moreman ol Evanville is ylsiting Mrs 0 G foremen Mr and Mrs Fon Rhodes have re turned from a visit to Texas lonnie Ditto the popular hat man is 6r looking well and happy iMU It H Brashear of Owensboro is visiting her mother Mrs II Wimp cording to English law and we are equally as glad that America has yielded him up a willing sacrifice e4ltom are eenstoaUy wotkiBg te tetake the Maws a Arat elaea weekly aad they are saeoeetHiig every Uaae How is the Moaeat for its ottbeerlbera te lead a helping hand to add to ita laurels Let earth ene respond eheerfully to the call Father Wbalen had roam Inst Sunday morning but did not pr ncl having driven outle a dintanoa to rueuh bote hi A new nrltt will Ukc was fatigued charge of this churoli us Father Whalens duties elsewhere forbid lita re We all of other detiouiina mainlng tions disliku to glva this kind man and good minister up as well as his own ilook I pity any one In this world who l tled down pinned to a task that is te puguaut uud feels that necessity is con Do tiuuady whispering in the earp If one does this go ahead or starve not love his owl ing or profession it starves tho heart the soul and fiually all ttie higher aspirations of the being pine awyand die Ones choson duties in lift should be n peace and a solace to every normal man and woman I notice in the Loumville Times of a recent issue that Mr Lamar Herndon is made to say that three hundred people were here on the first Monday in August County Court day and that not one anti Goebel man could be found I was on the street about noon and there were not fifty men in town or my eyes deceived me I know of a numborof Democrats here and In the county who will not Bupport Goebel Wo all have three natures physical mental and spiritual So to vork cer- Â¬ tain number of hours in the day with ones hands is tho part oi wisdom but we must as well exercise the mental and spiritual natures To labor continually at our work duy and night means unrest and ruin to overtaxed nerves a breaking down of all the machinery of natural laws If wo become so absorbed in our particular line of work as to forget to cultivate our emotional and spiritual de- Â¬ mands we lose much of tho music and beauty of existence To cultivate a love for music for reading for the beautiful is as essential as food and drink Hand made work is far more beauti Â¬ ful than machine more dainty the brain is more interested in exquisite productions by the fingers Once the Queen of Italy wrote a letter to every reignine Queen of Europe asking that the recipient make a promise to wear on her clothing no lace except hand make Every one responded and Queen Victoria was one ol tue nrst to answer Schools were established the appeal where girls were taught to make beauti- Â¬ ful thinus with their hands The Queen of Italy herself established an exchange for the sale of the beautiful lace where poorgiild found a ready sale for their Mr Browning followed the work Qaeeustxiuiple and endowed a manu Â¬ factory as a loving monument to his mother and father for the The Empire Disq Drill This io a auporb maoatne and Beet DiBq Drill tnado will givo porfoot satisfaction whero a Hoe Drill will not work It will nevor olog tin with corn stalks Weed and grass or foul trash of any kind It dooB not make any difference how hard tho ground is or how thioh the trash it will do oxofllont and successful work Thorosjustono right way to now soo- d- just one way thats acourato rollab and profitable all at tho same timo There are and thats the EMPIRE UKIIX wav reasons onough to fill a book so wovo filled ono and Will qo pleased to sond it freo to those who aro sufficiently in iorestod to nsk for it Address S8833838ffi McQUADY J W - - PATE - KENTUCKY A Magnificent Good Values FOB YOU AT THE The Man of The Hour Portrait of Eclipse Grocery Company 17 poundB Sugor 1 Admiral Dew in Ten Colors size 14 by 21 inches Lion Coffee Prunes Cans i Polks Corn tVi t rrvv H 4 00 10c 05o 15o lOo It is now will bS published by us shortly on Heavy plato paper in being printed for ua a form suitable for framing by ono of the largest art lithograph houses in America in the famous French style of color plate work Ejery -- American family will want ono of these handsome pictures of Adnjiral 08c Dewey It must bo remembered that this picture will bo in no Bensea lOo JtJV cheap chromo but will be an example of tho very highest stylo of illum- Â¬ 10c jb- inated printing It will be an ornament to any library or drawing 05o room Our readers can haye the Dewey portrait at what it coets us 1 10c Green Coffee namely fifteen cents por copy by merely filling out tho coupon below Country Bacon 070 and sending it to this office at onco There will be such a demand for 10c 3 Bars Toilet Soap tho portrait when it is published that we advise sending orders in ad- Â¬ 10c 100 Dozen Glass Tumblers per set vance As many copies as may bo desired can be had on ono coupon Write name and address Call provided fifteen cents is sent for each copy Wa have many other things in the grocery lino you need plainly and remit in coin or postage stamps and see us first s Fresh Salmon iuusiaru oaruines Caromel Drip Syrup yuart J ur J elly Bottle Pickles V J Jv- 3- p tfeN mm mochay co - TO BREOKBNRIDGB NEWS CLOVERPORT For the enclosed remlttanco paper Name Con- Â¬ KY cents send mp of HARDINSBURG- KY night in honor of hor guests Misses through here Sunday enroute to copies of the ADMIRAL DEWEY PORTRAIT in colors as described intodaya making of Each woman was paid according to the quality not quantity of her work it is qualityi or should be not quantity that counts then each has an incentive to do the very best Tho nuns in the Middle Ages did such rare beautiful work just as they do now at many institutions A hand-madc-la- Â¬ woman of wealth or refinement prefers one piece of really fine lace than yards and yards of lace made by machine At this day and age tho manufacturers of everything hayo awaken to the fact that quantity usually and not quality is desired hence they turn out wares accord- Â¬ ingly but they realize some peoplo pre- Â¬ fer to have a few good things than a great many cheap ones Some pieces of work done by the union of hand heart and brain rover go out of style for there is always beauty in them Hands that carve wood to make useful furniture or print books illumine and Illustrate them or that are skillful in working with leather to bind books in a beautiful artistic way need never lack employ Â¬ ment Good things and beautiful thing and artistic thing are always in de mand Â¬ Brave Men Fall r Â¬ Â¬ m Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss ol appetite poisons in the blood backaches nervousness bead ache and tired listlees run down feel- Â¬ ing But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardaor Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont caro weather he Uvea or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any- Â¬ Isert Misses Cecil Ralolgh and thing I could tako I can now eat any Â¬ of Louisville who havo been spending thing and have a new lease on life several weeks at the Smith House Ouly 50 cents at Short Haynea Drug will return home this week Store Every bottle guaranteed Regular services were herd in the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday by FORDSVILLE the pastor with four additions three by experience and one by relation Mr Chas Reynolds is on the eick list The Misses Wheeler of Hardin Grove Mr S P Roby went to Hartford Fri Â¬ and Ann Hamilton of Oloverport spent day evening Baveral days last week with Miaj Belle Mies Elite Bean is vialting relatives at McOann at the Midway hotel llines Mill Mr William Hanks who was nearing Mr DmWisa is visiting relatives at 90 years of age died the 10th at the Rochester Ky home of his son W B Hanks and waa Mr Sam MuAdams of Hawesville was buried here the following day Mr Hanks waa a mora upright man and in town Sunday M and Mrs J L Davleson spent highly esteemed by all who knew him A consistent Christian and rwepaoted eiU Sunday near WhiteevHIe Izjn who will be mlsued M w Mattie Beau who has been ill for some time is out again R0M ANOTIIJta CORUHfllONDENT Miss Ida Baird of Lnooula Ind ia visiting her brother 0 0 Baird Mis Hlokerson la visiting her sister MrK Roff MIbs Mamie Dellaven of Glqverport ia visiting Miss Jessie Reynolds Bro Bearo preached here Saturday Mr and Mrs G 0 Baird have returned evening at 2 30 MIbs Atha Llvern of Mooleyville ia from a visit to Laoonia Indiana Misses Mabel and Flora Haynea are vialting her elaterMlaa Liza visiting their aunt Mrs Maddux Mrs Scott McCoy visited her mother Mr Will Jones and family will move in Rome Ind last week into their near houaa In a few days Oharllo Conner of Ilendarson U visit Â¬ Misa May Dempster and Ming Robin Â¬ ing his sister Mrs W T Levers son of Glendeaue visited Misi Flora Krs W Payne and children epant Tilford Thursday Suuday with her mother in Sample Rqbert Connor has charge ol a Gin Mr and Mrs Ollle Wilton have re turned franra short honeymoon spent in olBiialti Cooperage Co barge at Con LouUville ad Grayaoa HpriBga eordla jtalUiaavea party Bcturdav Wlllk Tyler ot Larue county patsed cordia Mary and Neoma Smith of Evansville Addrcis Date Miss Daisy Watlington took tho train On Monday after the fourth Sunday in August a protracted meeting will boin here Friday for Irvington and Hardins at the Baptist church The pastor Hev burg to visit friends 1 ipiifi s c Thoy overcome Weak Â¬ RatclffT will bo assisted by Dr Boyet of ness irregularity and M p John Wohlim of Canneltoni V 8 fi omissions Increase vigÂ¬ Louiaville spent last Sunday with her sister Mrs or and banish pains Livers They aro LIFE SAVERS to girla at of menstruation Do you koep chickens Thon you aiding development of organs and body No womanhood Mrs Livers and baby are improving skmLvjPmj known remedy for women equals thorn Cannot do harm lifo ought to have the Farm Journal We ff s undor the faithful treatment of Drs becomes a pleasure 100 PER BOX BY MAILu Sold give it in clubbing with the BnKCKBN Miltier and Sbively by druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio kidqe News both for the prico of our Mrs Andy Crawford accompanied her For sale by Short Haynes Druggists Oloverport Ky paper only Pay up a year ahead and the Farm Journal will come for the ba slsttr Mrs Lon Roberts to Louisville for ance of 1899 aud all of 1900 1901 1902 medical treatment Mr and Mrs John McCoy of Can n el and 1904 nearly five years and net to ton are visiting her parents Mr and you if you are on this planet DO Mrs Berry Basham Miss Jibson after spending several IF YQU DO WRITE TO STEPHENSPORT weeks at tho Smith House has returned to her home in Louisville Mrs M Blaln has returned from Cin Â¬ Mrs Bramlett and children of Irving cinnati ton took the packet here last Saturday MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICKS ON Floyd Miller of Henderson was in for Alton to visit relatives Etc town Sunday Several from here attended the ice Miss Essie Biggs returned from Troy cream supper at Rome Saturday night and report a splendid time Ind last week A crowd of young folks spent an hour Mrs Sallie Blaln went to Sample Sat- Â¬ LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 4 Q4 on tho E G Ragon whilo It lay here urday for several daya Theodore Mosely of Louisville spent taking on wheat and enjoyed the music Sunday with his parents H D Lay called on Miss Liasie Livers Forest Blaln went to Louisville last Sunday afternoon and accompanied her -- cShjy on the steamer Ragon to hear the music week where he has a position The raoit centrally Jocated and only Mrs E H Miller and Mrs L Paul of the UBryan band first clan hotel In tho city malting a Mr and Mrs Roland Watlington man were in Clovorport last week 300 rats Tom Wright and Mrs George spent Sunday here and dinod at the Mrs Only one block from the principal shopping dlitrict and two blocki from Driaskel of Hawesville spent Sunday Midway Hotel with Mr and Mrs 0 H the principal theatres Watlington who are taking their meala here there Street cart pats the door to all parts Mrs Joe Smith and Miss Grace McCoy of the city Mrs C H Watlington and son Edgar ol Louisville were in town a day last Everything nest and clean Lee after spending several weeks with week her parents Captain Williams of Evans- Â¬ Mrs J A Boyd of Henderson Bpent PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ville has returned home and while there several daya last week with Mrs F 0 she accompanied her folks to Cleba Ferry Springs Miss Pad Perrigo of Oloverport who has been visiting relatives here returned homo Sunday MOTTS nFEfiwEjffltfH rifiMraBlllDHH Rf1 YOU INTEND TO BUILD JP Lumber WILL GOMPANX Doors Shingles Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY XSXIXSS FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL jSSHI srrX Loms viLriBi A BOON TO MANKIND DR 3 TABLERS BUCKEYE I v - vmtmwKmmlrjKmwmlmt -- p HW i S5V PLE rn iV IlliiiiafiliSf rf flr CURE A-- Medical aid Sttrgical hstititt LaSaJleAvanuoiChleago III fitUbUahed la Chicago over tweet yeara ngulrljr chartered under act of IIIIboIs tagUUture Capital ruUy paid O10O000 Tbeoldeet Urgent moat reliable and iao eerul Medical Initltute la the U 8 lrlrate room for 1atieuU wltbracUIUee for any emergency X IUy Mloroooplel aa UrUeoplewl UxamlaaUoB are made la all caiee whenever dJagmotU It doubtful Write for free Hook on DefermUiea and llroce Club Feet Curvature of the Spine UronehltU Catarrh Caueer Tnmors llle raralyiU VpUepay Kidney llUdder Kye Ear Bldn and Mood Ulseaeee and aU Hur gleal Operation Hett faeUltle apparate uud remedies for the noeeMful treatment and euro of all Obeure or Ouroale DUae We absolutely guarantee to eare every eue of Kervou Debility and tUteaia re altlo from abate and Indteeretlea of YoothandManhoodi Hpermatorrboa Bem taal Weakness night losses and vital drain la urine Impoteney Varicocele Hydro celeHtrletrt IhlmeaU eteu ete Charg Reasonable No InearaWo case aoeepted tfo00DMordpoIttehetari Falhn Unnknewa to nut 10000 testimonial letter on file from eared patloafck Many eared at home OowHUtoMou free and cotUMvuUsl IMMMlkr or by lettar Write u to lay MooltooaU CkroaUaml Sarsrteal L 01 iiiwnnni Cfcicage m u n buim New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by Mail 70 cento Iottles 60 Cent v JAMES F iALURD Ste Prewtetw - - 310 M ST LWtt Hl SM For sale by A It Iiuher Oloverport y m -- W - jrs mi- - Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap Z fT POjyA mmtmmL lHflBa x -- sm j iijm i in iik rimim - ana Steel Cap wfyCT mm imiamivwjrcijr iMHafiawLah 11 id ay J 4 WrHetwPrlessaBJ waiBllri mmn IJ iiiil Miii iwu t Send S0 4 J1re WImmii ffrtft JTI ilNMii flAiiair it mrimmrwirwmjrW Wml1BmWmWKFmWmmWtWHWinm9UBm aiistiefirn to the Bbxokknriimih Nw koA gi 500 Bibl nd Uia Niw ft of aixarge lor one year j imxiimBimmMHm JHBLJ M jm at i44etJM teat free 4Mtm30tSHtn n BANK OF send them every day of tho school HAEDINSBUEG B CURRENT TOPICS BY There is more Buecess in constant labor than anything else C E Haawell of Ilardinsburg was hore Wednesday prospecting Miss Molllo Penlx of Big Springe has been visiting Mleeca Cora and Esalo MathowB No Shelf Worn Goods Henerson Eoutfc Louimlle Mlmi HAST St Lenie Ci M U BEA11D Gashior F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vlce PrcoidenU Time Card In Effect iune 18 189 -- MRS HATTIE QRINNELL el M No 41 i n r G W BEARD 1 MORRIS E8K RIDGE I DIRECTORS R M JOLLY J J NTERE8T PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS T D lafrw DENTIST r Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY OFFICE AT Mitchells Hotel OBOVERPORT KY i- Olara Barton the great Rod Gross Now Albany We hear somo express nurso says thoro aro 50000 destitute groat disapprobation of Sunday trips I ohlldron of reconcontradoa in Cuba A wonder if thero is any difference be Â¬ ohanco forsome one to do work of char tween an excursion on a boat to a camp ity mooting or using a horse on Sunday to attend a church dedication Tho work- Â¬ The venorable Phil Ihompsou dubs ing class can only have 8unday as a day ex Governor Brown as the Rising Sun of rest and recreation and a trip on the of the Kentucky Domocracy Gov river to such ia like an Arcadian dream Browns speech at Lexington was a feel While tho hard working man his wlfo ing one and children are free from a hot stuffy bouse lor ono day we stay at home un- Â¬ I am thinking French and Price will der the pleasant surroundings read a have to make a change of program if secular paper discuss worldly affairs they expect future patronago from Bran tako buggy rides in the afternoon skiff denburg People get tired of tho monot- Â¬ rides or join pedestrians tn popular re- Â¬ ony from season to season sorts to engage In conversations not per- Â¬ taining to prayer meetings or the salva It was awfully torrid lwt week The tion of the heathen Sunday excursions teachers had vorltably a hot time in the properly conducted aro as Innocent In old town but thev are all very charm- Â¬ ovory particular as a house party and a ing people quick to appreciate kindness big dinner on Sunday where preachors and fully alive to all the good things of and laity meet to eat drink ice tea and be merry life V V V a Daniol Shorron of Kirk bought a nice drove of calves from S M Honnlnger one day last week All West View likes of being a first class city is pooplo and houses and a fow 1 givo you a list of a lW nrtioloB to convinco you that my pricoe more electric cars aro right General Goodman and wlfo and Martin 18 lbs Sugar 1 OO f Ouudiffand wife went to Hardin county 2 Cans Sugar Corn 16c last week on a visit Excellent Salmon 10c Quite a number of bachelors of this 3 lb Can Table Peaches 16c place have announced thomsolves can Â¬ Fresh Japan Rice 08c didates for matrimony anredded Oocoanut 06c Remember the Sabbath school That Pure Country Sorghum 26c is what we ought to keep on our minds Oil Sardines 06c every Sunday morning and get ready to 3 lb Can Finest Jellies 10c come and bring somo children or older person with you We never got too old I also pay tho Highest Markot Price for to learn but some of us get too negli- Â¬ gent The corn crop is flno in this section The tobacco is looking very well but I respectfully invite you to call and examine my stock there is not more than half a crop Wheat is turning out very sorry There was a fair crop of oata and there is an ex tra stand of poos but the potatoes have THE GROCER gone on a strike Â¬ Everything New and Fresh 46 VMI1I Ls lv ri SO 7l 7l 7 4 III 3Htivfll WeriMnfton OrtlfiV Mattlnfly KemM IfWVKWW 7 11 11 Ti 7 807 74 141 Owensbero Powers tsr Hoclrport tad rates mil it J III 4 4 I I -- X 4K Iewisrt Ilnwesville fer Cnnnlen Sklllman Shop Holt Addison Stephensport Sample II ID ail M falcon Ielrfe 4 4 w 4ii 4- I TmI City I Cloerport m loan 1040 IUW iM 4 5 - 01 i 1012 riii r s r 1 P lleree R P UP-TO-DA- HIGGINS 1 JJJ Ekron Brandenburg Long llrsneh Itock Haven Willow Dale Irvington Guston Iodiburg Webster lou rm n in IX h II iWI il 411 4 Louisville Unlen Howard West Point Kentucky Strert ijl Tp Mam jlSOpm 11 tl iiW 7 74 IMT Ar Qfflco in Roar of Moormnn Drug Store Owens Every ono who chooses may oxtolo the antomobllo but Ill take tho whip the odor of equine the buckle honor clatter tho files the dust every time with tho prancing dashing steed instend of gasoline or electricity three and at- Â¬ Russell Sage tributes his still active temperament to being strictly temperate in all things Ho was not quite so temperate whon he made an effort to with Jay Gould tie up Wall Btreet V is eighty I Ww Vl I m vvsss96SiwSslrHBHI Tvr Mr B Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY Studying French by correspondence has long since been proven a succees Now chess by correspondence or by tolepnono Is just as great a success Complicated and critical situations arise but that makes it more interesting A pen portrait of Attorney Goneral Allison in last Taylor by Young weeks News was an able article by an able man Mr Allison thinks we might place the gubernational reins in General Taylors hands aa a safe trustworthy capable man and he sets him far above Senator Gobel in ability and courage to lead very much exercised over the coming regatta and from present indi cations I am afraid the Shamrock might possibly claim the coveted trophy the However the Col- Â¬ Americas Cup may prove as swift as the old umbia America in the big enternational race Our college boys have just returned beaten by English teams Let us hope our yatch is not to meet with a similar fate J II Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND OANNELTON Mrs Beaucbamp was in the chair and presided with great dignity at the Pro- Â¬ hibition convention Good for Mrs Beaucbamp she is with me on the local option question She declares it is a useless waste of time to establish it in Kentucky She knows I know wo all know from experience that when it is once voted in a place the temperance organization in that particular town or county is killed Just as soon as local option is secured the workers go off the law ceases to be enforced tho workers lose heart and away goes tho organiza- Â¬ tion and the second estate of that place is far worse than the first I am with her again in saying and firmly believing that the cause will triumph when made a National issue and only then And if ever woman s suffrage becomes general the open saloon will go and tho shackles of intemperance be loosened The Na tional Womens Christian Temperance Union and the National Prohibitionist party should journey together But many of us will have joined the innumerable throng tho moss will have grown oer our elnbs ere the Prohibition party ia in power or women have the right of suffrage Â¬ Â¬ No ono knows tho unbearable torture tho peculiar and agonizing pain caused by plies unlets they have Buffered from them Many believe them incurable This is a mistake Proper treatment will cure them TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is an infallible cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts A R Fisher WIMT twuvn In 41 No 4 4 v K 1 r A Louisville Unhi htrM Jin No Knife No ieniucicynirm West Point Howard Willowdale Rock lliven I onc Ilraneh Brandenburg Hkron Ouston 1ji Iv TSTam 7 Wl 11 iiti Vipir iJU gJ7 1J a jfl 8 58 tUM j fi 1411 4N l KIM h IS li i ill 14S ti I VJl 7 ROSETTA Success to the Nkws J T Mitcharn was in Kosettn Sunday Our Sunday school is progressing nicely We are having plenty of rain but too much will Injure tobacco Little Arduth Mitcharn who has been very sick is still in a bad condition Mre V Mitcharn who has been right sick was able to be oit to church Sun Â¬ day eye Mr Shelby Triplett has an ear to ear grin at prosent Do you know why Its a boy Dewey Mr Peyton Dowell Miss Lida Carlton Mr John Penick and Miss Williams at Â¬ tended church here Sunday evening Bro Walton filled his regular appoint ment at 3 oclock Sunday evening Quits a nice crowd for sucli an unlikely even- Â¬ ing Mrs Elvira Babbage of Clovorport is in our midst to be with us until the first of next month We are glad to see her looking so well She is a lovable Chris Â¬ tian lady Quite a large crowd attended the sale oi A Y Meador deceased last Wednesday Mr Helt was there with the mumuiefied Indian and her Papoose They aro just dried up It was quite an interesting sight The Best Remedy for Flux Mr John Mathias a well known stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suff- Â¬ ering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and have the pleasure of stating that the half of ono bottle cured me For sale by A R Fisher Clovorport RA Sbellman Stephensport Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteod to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business Irvington Webster Lodiburg H V2H H4 M37 fi li Sample Stepnensport Addison Holt Shops Skllmun Jlerce VII U w 10 01 1IMH 7jn 7JI 7i 41 I 77 7 IJ H ff nl mil In 111 III I floveriiort Him 111 1 in an 32 74 7 Tho first treatment brings immediate rolief cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent morchan and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Depart After years of sulTering DONS PILE OIN ommended to me The use of one box effected I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten fering with piles It has in recÂ¬ for Cunnelton lUwesville II l4 I I Ietrie Tell Cilv 1042 Stl I III 111 Falcon Powers tlbrKockport Lewispoit Waitman urs jure leans suf Â¬ Owonsboro Mattinelv Griffith Heads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis Pates llU IV II M III Ill 10 Ind 111 81J 18 HIT H ij ill 40 1151 iau U 8 4J lll II I Ulfi Vln SUM Stanlev Worthlneton 118 Price 100 Prepaid to any Address IS 7pn IS 14 U9n US tUi J 1232 12 W 12 IS Uii l I J 47 I DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA TENN In ll 4H 10 Ai 7 liipm I am V DO YM WANT Your Expenses Paid While You -- Y Are Sick blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drug gist satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Clean sennty is lllooa Seep H114 F R WILDER 628 ui Not 45 and 46 have Pullman Hultet Mrvpm and elegant high back eat PassengT toi hei through between Ixoisvill Kvann It ami Si Xouis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high hi k it iuss- cnCuiicnniiiii rariur wir ktvki1 inr nugn nc StVtween Louisville Kvanvillr and St I n is tihom cnangti lirj Nos 44 and 4 have Parlor Cart mJ lignnt Coaches betwt en IoiisvNie and KviivviIIl with out chanse HKAI It I Iritlh Manier Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN firandenburX 1 ln n ille Ky Li Hi St L Rvi Fordsvifle BranchV 11M l 18W Kaat iumt Train N l LILAC VALLEY Miss Lillie Ohllds is on the sick list Several from hore attended church at Freedom Sunday S O Dowell wont to Louisville last Thursday on business Mrs S B Smith and daughter spent Friday with Mrs Ida Dowell Henry Cowley commenced his school at Haysville last Monday Miss Nellie Dowell entertained quite a number of her friends Monday night Miss Ella Helt visited her nunt Mrs R B Bowley of Sirocco Tuesday Mrs Joe Mills spent several days this week with her sister Mrs B F Bewley of Ashcraft Mr John Livers is expactirg to visit herbroiher George Livers of Texas soon Brown Smith baa returned home from Grayson county where he has boon vis Â¬ iting his sister Mr 8 O Dowell wife and daughter Nellie attonded Ministers meeting tt Pleasant Grove Saturday Misses Blanche and Jennie Neafuu gave a party last Wednesday night in uonor of their guests Misses Bernice Sbacklett and Joule Stith Mrs Melissa Bewley and Miss Susie Hardeety entertained their friends Mr G Helt wlfo and daughter and Miss Hettie and James Holt Thursday J N Helt ind wife entertained their many friends Sunday Those present were Mr 0 0 Bewley and family and Mr Joe Mills and family Mlsa Mottle and Charles Helt of Irvington Messrs Oscar and Owon Dowell Marion Chil s 8am Bunger and Willlo Mills HARDIN IN IRVINGTON WILDER the TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY West Hound Trains Let us in deploring the late Robt In gersolls agnosticism remember that one Do you want to draw a sum sufficient of the greatest temperance orations over to cover all costs when you meet with an delivered in the English language was delivered by bim in a case when he was accident you are prudent and wise you cer- Â¬ defending a liquor dealer It was one of If the finest specimens of eloquence and tainly do Now dont waste a moment but inquire one of the most remarkable orations in about the line of Sickness and Accident the denunciation of alcbolol that evor fell from tho lips of man Truly no one Insuranco bandied by in all the world is all good or all bad Every Wednesday and Thursday after Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work auch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed Wl IMM DB1TTISTS 4MIHH Xo3tNoAt AM STAI I iN1 2 Wo IM c 4r 5 211 4 IlJfiO 11 11 11 24 11 11 11 40 11 50 11 57 as IM r 45 7 IW 7 in Lv IrvHiglon mi Held Ar s K K 7S 7 rt 73 llanted Uardlnsburir Juaciion Kick Ghmdiian Junction V sua 15 10 745 7 62 III 12 1W ot Jolly 12 14 Marion Weatherholt OLOVERPORT KY Notice Write or call on him at the PootofBce All persons having claim ajralnst the estate o Will Board deceased are hereby notified to pro duce the tame to roe at ltosetta properly proven on or before the i u of September 1890 AXF TAY LOU Administrator Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of Â¬ John liintPn dfceated are hereby notified to pre Â¬ sent tame properly proven tor settlement on or before Aug 30 I hose knowing themselves indebted to sa d estate are requested to come forward and setUe at once LEO HINTON Admr country on the We congratulate passage of the anti canteen act- - which represents the wishes of the American people and that Attornev General Briggs should nullify the act in tnough to cause Indignation in every breast Tho work of the Ep worth League at In Â¬ dianapolis in July is to be commended for its resolutions on this subject as well as tho election of Mr Roberts of Utah to the House of Representatives being re- Â¬ pugnant to all Christian V the BIGGLE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical Concise and Comprehensive Hand Â¬ somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated 12 30 12 60 12 55 1 00 1 1 111 8 00 8 25 8 45 Dempster Kails of Hough Kockvali A skins OakH Ar It nth -01 7 54 7 42 5 15 5 no 4 55 4 4rt 4 4 4 7 10 7 fi It rt Dempster r 27 4 15 w 42 S 850 St 8 55 00 6 5t 4M 57 41 i I I 13 ISO us y 15 IM Dully i Pordsill Lv n tii A 21 1 I The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it is putting in a new press that will print 200 copies a minute it is the beet farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks We have made a special arrangement by tf hich we are able to send the Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 aud all of 1000 1001 1003 and 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers of the BRKCKKNBinajc News who pay a year in advance all to pioces By JACOB BIGGLE BOOK a Common Sense Treatise with over standard work Price 30 Cents No 2 DiaOLE BERRY BOOK All about growing Small Fruits read and learn how contains 43 colored life like reproductions of all leading varieties and too other illustrations Price jo Cents No 3 BIOOLB POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the best Poultry Book In existence tells everything wtthjj colored life like reproductions of all the principal breeds with loj otherlflustratlous Price 50 Cents No 4 BiaOLE COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy Business having a greet sale contains 8 colored life like reproductions ofeach breed with 133 other illustrations Price jo Cents No 5 BIOOLB SWINE BOOK Just out All about Hogs Breeding Feeding Butchery Diseases etc Contains over So beautiful half tones and other engravings Price 50 Cents BIOOLB BOOKS sre uniqueorlglnauscfu1 The you never saw anything like them ao practical so sensible They are having an enormous sale Bast West North and South Every one who keeps a Horse Cow Hog or Chicken or grows Small Fruits ought to send right away for the BIOOLB UOOKS The AH about Horses 74 illustrations a Â¬ No 1 DiaOLE HORSE uitb Trnin6ll J 41 anJ 44 coriDtKt m Irv il Trains Nos j and c for points on Ford ilk Tram- - Nn mi Trains 2 I 4 and 5 nmdailv 4ronnect1t IrviiiKton with Main Iuu Iruis4 41 43 and 44 Safety Co i 1 Louisvillo anil Bvansvillo Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE H BBATDBNBUKQ CASPEKKE KENTUCKY Jewelry and Insurance That Tattler in the Times underGirls stands human nature to a fret that have no beaux girls that want to dance bnt havent an opportunity etc Of course their mothers dont approve of such and such and of this and that good reason why Mothers enjoy their daughters being paid attention as much aa tho daughters themselves Precious fow girls in this old world of ours aro in Â¬ sensible to attention from the opposite sex Beauty is something but a sweet pleasant gracious manner is more every time towards winning a mans admlra Â¬ Packet Line Fast Mail Line Hut ween iei flfrv I Teachera The News will devote a column to the up building of educational matters in this and adjoining counties An invitaÂ¬ Louisville and Evansville NTKAMhU i l tion is extended to all teachers to send In communications on this subject E P M KYAN I G EAGON Muter Master WA IIMioi J in hi TAHASCON L PENNY LLIONSIK BNKWIIH 11 drT FARM JOURNAL Is your psper made for you and not a misfit It Is as years old It is the great boiled down Farm and Household paper in the world the biggest paper of its sise In the United Ststes oi America naving over a million ana a nal regular readers TELL CITY R MUALLARDMasMrYV tion LYON TRADE MARK I beard a good but Irreligious old man gay the other day The Christian world is making a great talk about the agnostic Now ho continued Robt Ingersoll Bob Ingersoll was honest I want to know the difference between a man or a woman who denies hia belief in a per sonal God and one who acknowledges it and yet doesnt live up to his or her be-Â¬ lief Isnt the example just as baleful Wont the end of In one aa the other one be aa certain as the other Well preachers tell ub and we all realize prac- Â¬ tical religion is scarce and yot belief pn a Saviour saves P D STAGGS - mm ATIVE YRUP LIQUID LAXATIVE tirlnclDlM - MATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION A DELIGHTFUL yuOtrfmrr stataismaa4 fruits lor the curs of habit- TW in OMNUfUfun Tbrpl4 Jjtrtr i - iii WMUKUMpMO II at vHHsWm itswBisaBsWv nr satlW as MMSrawAlantlk lyo nnpnmwMHitf asoSatssMsWamaKBH1 J bV pioVKRPOBT KY m Millions Given Away is certainly gratifying to the public It to know tf one concora in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and Buffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on Short Hayues druggist and get a trial bottle free Regular sxe 50c I enjoyed and laughed oyer Col Cuth- - and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or bert Bullitts letter written fifty years ago price refunded about his first Creole dinner on a sugar WEST VIEW plantation in Louisiana I well remem ber mine twenty odd years ago tn New Orleans somewhat similar to the Colonels The health of the community ia eocd The great Southern dish Gumbo a Wheat threshlnp is the order of the delicious soup epicurean made to per Â¬ day fection in that state but Ilka Ashing Indications are good for some weddings worms aa the Col says In appearance soon ugly things but good Mlsa Mtnnle Smith ia visiting near when you learn just what parte to eat shrimp fresh fige and ortam but I never Buras eatany fried snails like Mr Bullitt B D Smith baa been visiting In Clo wMHB I admire ae u brilliant writer and vatport the past week fm wJtpm I have greU MnialMration la Miwea Cora Mathews and Bessie Rob Â¬ ufertMt alllaaee erts have taken up school We ujuUmUikI that the public sohool will pttwww Mady Pake get of it ttnwteiQR Sunday ami to yotv cWto Miy Uhhk Um the Mmp ttMtiiijr at Mlra Height Ah day tutd Mke wpyoor ml4 to Â¬ Ilard-shell-cra- Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL 8 YBARS remainder of t8oaeo 1901 rooa and 1903 will be sent by mall to any address for A DOLLAR BILL Sampleof PARM JOUKNAL sad circular describing BIOOLB BOOKS free WILMBK ATKINSON CIIAS V jKNKINS Address FARM JOIJBNAI rimADBrriuA Daily except Sunday betweaa Lomswlli Nw Amsterdam by I relent shipped this line dclivirnl pn than by rail Travelers will and the steamer 41i n twscd In equipment and ai comimxtHtiiil mil 11h are employed as cool menu is equal tn that of the best liottls General QnVea 176 and 178 snrtli Am nm Louisville 1 1 A Woman D Only Knows Kuporintumlout UlKNXV 0 V v Ky mriVA what suffering from falllotr ot the vromb whites painful or Tiroeular menses or any disease of the distinctly feminine organs ia A man may sympa Â¬ thise or plfy but he can not know the agonies she goes through the terrible suffering so patiently born which robs her ox beauty hope and happi Â¬ ness Yet this suffering really u noodle tWWAAA V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Iresiilent Owenslwro Willumh T Shorthand McELREES Wine of CarOil will banish it This nedlcine cures all female disease quick- Â¬ ly and permanently It does away with humiliating physical exami Â¬ nations Tho treatment may be taken at home There is not con iinual expense and trouble The sufferer ia cured and stays tvrtd Wine of Corduiia becoming tho loading remedy for all troubles of this claaa It coats but i from any druggist For advice In cases requiring special directions address the Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chaitaaoofai Teaa t HJesCsaX HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY IEA IIj BY easb or you etui jiay Full conrsee 3A Peninaiiihln Etc UtuKlit Ilesksatt l htanks raaa The pm ls the author uf the iaAiiiMiatu whkh is usad ia THOUkANDti ut t00 OR 20p lBR MONTH nill il kil l ti Â¬ PKEPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY s schools hwludirc the public sh and other largo cities The in mum Sharthand is Uughi Studsma ir m wi i You can graduaie m your srsas n Itttle Ursdnatet sablM U pttksM ATSSTOTHOK WHO roa IAHalii iimi imivn - K 1 ik SCHWARTX SCHOOL II Su aagi W A West Jellerson St WAIKSI1 Louisville Ky BuURli AND ASSIGNMENTS 03T3S1 WALKER Grown Bridge BQARD ld4mpW JOS l DENTISTS anftlate Wurk I wt a4 I As ersi esrppraw Hitslsfl a aaas ltalal wsMtM iss last ataseessT lifaSiess tasLaaSBSa sasssp ntUtOlal aVM sssv vee vsjBesp J n srsa esrsv erwj mmmmmmmmmmmmm ia nPtiewi1 sasflasVei - 1W i3teP53sri9BTjnE2t3 J sAAsavviSsiirVfWvsAvvsvwwi jcpay3crQJKS Ill UAHDINSHtTlUi AU KINDS Or IM K 0 mmqiKmM wiwwj 3CT ty TttTrTsaptra BRECKINRIDGE wB V NEWS 8 BslVsg Editor Wx have the aasuranee that Ool W J Bryan will visit Kentucky in September Goebel sad Prspritrs in the interest of Wm WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1809 Thbrr is no room In Dreokenrldge county for tho calamity howler Every- Â¬ EIGHT PAGES CARDS OF THANKS tks of 10 wad Mr 0B1TCAEIM ferine M9m It was William Penn who built a country residenco in 108J 3 and said Let my children be husbandmen and FARMERS INSTITUTE housewives This leads to consider the All the arrangements or tho Farmers works ot God and nature and diverts Institute havo about been completed the mind from being taken up with the Tho Methodlat pooplu have kindly con- Â¬ vain arts and inventions of a luxurious sented to the use of their church for the world meeting The citizens of the town will Over in Xanana the silver men aro see to It that those who come from a dls charging that the Gold standard admin Â¬ tanco will be taken care of and find sol- Â¬ homes in their families The farmors istration is sending all the western diers it can to the war of the Philippines living in this magisterial district aro nearly all interested and will do their eo that in case any are killed it means part toward the entertainment of their that many less voters for silver In this only mur Â¬ co workers from different sections of the way it is claimed they aro not dering silver but shooting silver votes Â¬ county They will come with their families and bring well filled baskbts Dr People take up somo mighty queer Newsom has donated his vacant Btore notions in politics room for the use of the committee where Last week the News made mention of the dinner will be given on Thursday Tho good and progressive women of the the apparent ease in money matters town will take a hand also and see that throughout the country Just now there is a little money scattered among all the dinner is properly served aud fact that there for the occasion In fact this classes It arises from the is a spirit of industry abroad that has town is stirred up as it never was before This naturally and everybody young and old are talk-Â¬ not heretofore existed brings about a better condition of things ing Institute pro- Â¬ The News is authorized by the com- An industrious element is always a gressive element and they generally ren- Â¬ mittee of arrangements to extend a cor der a sorvice that is valuable Industry pial invitation to all farmers in Brecken ridge Meade and Hancock to come and and good social surroundings at last is spend a day and night with us And to what brings peace and prosperity to a our farmer friends across the river thev people extend a special invitation to come over The Most Fatal Disease and join us Well show you how to run More adults die of Kidney trouble an Institute and besides well give you some ideas about farming that will do than of any other disease When the you good and help you in vour busineos first symptoms of this disease appear no In order that the committee may have time should be lost in taking Foleys some idea of who will attend they re Â¬ Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or quest that those from a distance who in money refunded oUc and SI 00 A R tend coming notify them in advance so Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardins that homes can be Becursd So if you burg have made up your mind to come nlease 700 IN CASH write Mr Ed Oglesby or Mr John D Iiabbage to that effect and you shall be Hystericus Find In a Cannclton Cath- Â¬ taken care of Dont fail to do this olic Church Just drop a postal card to either one of Owensboro Messenger On a recent the committee and a home will be se Â¬ Sunday at one of the public service i cured for you The Henderson Route has made a Rev Father Baron pastor of Bl one and one third fare for the round trip Michaels German Catholic church at from Fordsvllle West Point Lewisport Canuelton announced that he had found 700 in irold deposited on the altar in and all intermediate points on their ex the church and that the amount would cellent road Now in the name of the town and the be added to the balance of funds on hand No other information was given M farmers of the Second Magisterial Dis trict we extend a cordial invitation to and guesses as to whence the money all farmers who are interested in their came have since been rife One theory business and aro Becking after new ideas is that it is an anonymous gift the other ways and means for success in their busi- Â¬ that it was placed there in reparation for ness to come and spend a day and night some theft of church funds in the past It is a part of the Catholic belief that all in one of the best towns in Kentucky possible reparation must be made before the Bin of stealing can be forgiven Gokiiei ought to Kit ic Â¬ Â¬ a candidate for reflection to the offioa ot IteprcteaUtive from Hrcckerrldga coun tT subject to the action of the Republican party WKLLJra Thkru is tho finest crop of corn and tobacco in Breokonridgo county wo over IK ADVANCE saw Tho corn Is simply out of Bight and while the tobicco is not as largo in acreago as it was last year it will make ANNOUNCEMENT Wears aBthorbed to anfloenca JOHN P 1IAS- - up in quality rtU sth ItsUsm eksrxeJ Uss arti far it Ik rats af 8 etsti frt body busy All who want to work ban got it and they havo no timo to fool away listening to tho howling dema Â¬ gogue Pul Yen Finger on Your Pulse You feci the blood rushing along But what kind of blood That is the question Is It pure blood or impure blood If the blood is Impure then you are weak and languid your appetite Is poor and your digestion la weak You can- Â¬ not sleen well and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of the day Your cheeks are pale and your com plexion Is sallow You are troubled with pimples boils or some eruption of the skin wny not purity your oiooa e HA GREAT Come in and See HA -- AuZESTCD TiaiEJ HA OUT om- - I I jf w CLOSING oozes iiiEiEeKiiisr SALE s tSTi Us and We Will Do You Good lElrefflfflfflfogaLiraLfflflB WEBSTbR VEST TnftANr flnTTRfffi w wwBOBMaiBiBM A Rufselville villi- - mk m popularity is show n by her getting th school again Stock sheep seem to be scarce through the county The fine rains made good plowing for Mrs J B Gibson Is quite flick fall wheat preparing Our school Is progressing nicely There is no complaint for rain in this Mrs J L McCoy has typhoid fever section and hot weather The tobacco crop around here is tho Miss Addie G Ditto spent last week at best for years Long Branch with her father Will Board and family of Guston are Will LaGrande has laid by his crops visiting relatives hero and is now doing time on the railroad J M Fitch will move his family to W M Ditto Is putting out water mel Cloverport shortly Wrlio to our Doctor ons by tho wagon load every day ofl of 0 Write them freelrall the turtlcnlars Quito a number from here took in the acres In roar cue Voa tII rccoWa a prompt replr without jott Freedom meeting Sunday Miss Etta Euglish is visiting Mrs A LowtU Mas Mrs Lucy Kurtz is attending a camp Ditto Jr and John K Ditto in the meeting in Daviebs county lower Bottom The prospect for corn throughout this Billie Johnson who has charge of putasction is highly gratiiying ting don the well for the heating com- Â¬ Democratic Convention Called Clint Crutcber and wife of Garrett pany was on tbo sick list last woek Messrs Jim BickerstafT and Boss At a meeting of tho Democratic Com- are visiting Mrs Laura Kurtz mittee of Breckenridge county a Dele Mr Lovellette of Kennaburg Illinois McGehee have been doing society in gate Convention was called to meet at is here looking after his farm Brandenburg a good deal of late pretty Hardinsburg Monday August 28th The stork visited the home of Evorett strong 1899 at 2 oclock p m standard time to Tabor the 8th leaving a The many friends of Mrs Masena Fon little girl nominate a candidate for the Legisla- Â¬ Miss flattie Belle Stewart of Louis- taine rejoice to hear that her conditions to ture Delegates to said will do and then put your finger on your pulse again - You can It is feel the difference stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you are bilious take They greatly Ayers Pills They aid the Sarsaparilla cure constipation also rIt Take It a few days Plenty of rain Pastures are greatly improved Founded in 1840 For the Hichor Education of Girls ami xoung wo- meu rjullding larg and well equip- Â¬ Superior advan Â¬ ped Faculty graduates of the great Colleges and Universities AddresB tages in Music Art Elocution and Ancient and Modern Languages G MLR PHY Ky HowÂ¬ President for a good round sum Mr ard will put a mill in there to saw it up right Boon Here Is a A- s- Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Jennie Morgan has been visiting relatives near Guston Mrs Sue Mercer is in Louisville visit Â¬ ing relatives and friends Going through our stock we find Mrs Dave Potts fell out of a wagon last that we havo exactly 125 odd week and was badly crippled Bro Millor was a guest at Mr O W sizes in Butlers of Shreve Monday Tom Butler of Shreve sold a lot oi Temptation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tu ack brays love of sincerity him hate shams made Thousands of acres of ripe wheat have been destroyed in North Dakota by hail storms i Hon Jam na A MKbnzie savs he will support iioeuei anu tne enure Demo cratic ticket Blotches and excresences which so often annoy people are eimbly efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties HERI3INE will aid and assist nature in her work and insure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all imper lections Price 50 eta A R FiBher Young Mens Prohibition Club We understand that a movement is now on foot to organize a Prohibition Mrs JosxriiiKK K Hlniiy has an Club in Cloverport to be known aa the nounced her intention to take the stump Cloverport Young Mens Prohibition Club and to be officered entirely by against Goebel young men under thirty years of aee All legal voters will be welcomed as Tim American army in the Philipines will be increased to 50000 men by members of the club regardless of age but those over thirty years old will not November the first Â¬ be eligible to office cannot get wealth by honora- Â¬ ble meana it is better to abandon it and get something else Ir you Sprained Wrist MIbs Delia Batt a faithful compositor of thin oflice who went to Cannelton last Wednesday for a few days visit to Foit one to hear of the voluntary in crease in the wages of workinginen is her mother Mrs Statira Batt writes better reading than the reports of she has a sprained wrist and will not return for a week strikes The report comes from Washington that the pension roll is decreasing Still there aro enough names left to run a century The recent call for 50000 volunteers to go to the Philippines is a strong indi cation that the strife in tiiat far off country is far from being settled rfan STOLEN Â¬ llicvnv Wattkiibon has always been bitterly opposed to Wm J Bryan and tne Chicago platform but the chances are now that before ItKX lie will be support nc both Â¬ i t I While State Treasurer Long and At torney General Taylor are out in the atate running the Kt publlean earapaiga who is attending to- their btisM at obody Frankfort - Â¬ eeathepnils Thky have a way of few wr wrj in Arkansas about fcwMnajf train When wHsflw tat o 4w JUw ht stoHB4towMSr down and yoa W ffcttMauforiL Uyrt Tin Deane TJ oottnty month J 00 Mrtakrol The largest mOBths frHiittMlrntUiittt tory of the eeafaay 94rtIKfls it this amount waa the rttttt if iuwm j Crpny jm bmfmK m tfltluedl feuC The busiest and mightiest little thing The Farm Journal is cheap but not too PRICELE55 Miss M try Peyton is away visiting that over was made is Dr Kings New cheap to be good it is full of ginger and Willis Green is traveling in the east Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated JCVEL gumption and has aa many other good globule of health that changes weakness W B Henderson is visiting his pa WIULGlVt y things in it that you can use as any pa- Â¬ into Btrengtb lUllessness into enorgy rontp CVCRYTiirrs per at any price It will be sent for the brain fag into mental power Theyre balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 Miss Jennie Green has returned from TO RECOVER J T- 1002 and 1803 nearly flvo years to sub Â¬ wonderful in building up the health Princeton 5c scribers of the BtiKCKKNiiiDOB Nkws who Only 25c per box Sold by Short Hay Miss Cora Winget is visiting Mlsa Lil I nes kK pay one year in advance lie Meadow MCK LONG BRANCH Jnmes Armstrong of Grayson county The quickest ami surest way to the To the Republicans of Breckenridge recovery n lnf tuultti i 1 died last week t County that radical and rational remedy Dr Sim Dooley was out in the country Quito a crowd went from bore to Froo Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Dis Â¬ You are hereby notified that there last week on a trading expedition domSuntVy o church eases which originate in the stomach will be a mass convention held In the flMtst be cured through the stomach A Court House at Hardinsburg Ky on The heavy wind storm here last week Mrs Suno was the guest of Mrs iM of chronic sufferers who had Ice Â¬ Saturday Hpt 2nd 1809 at 2 oclock p done some damage to the corn crcp Chamblisa Monday afternoon land tix Ur a diseased heart m for the purpoeo of nominating a Re Â¬ Mr and Mrs A Ditto Jr visited Mr Jackson of Cloverport waa the at feat used Golden publican candidate for representative in tt sjaVaaj Sfaxtfakl MtcMfx fcr Use I torn- - the Lower House of the General Assem- Â¬ Thos H Ditto at Arlington last week gust oi Mrs Morctr last week 4 f ihtftuttm ami iwtri bly aud transacting such other business Miss tatw mA GmmA tun f the aa may prop irly come before the con Â¬ school Pearl Benham takes charge of thp lotMr Tom Butler of 8hreve sold a fine toffcwfe MaMM abas here in Sept Miss Benharaa of timhttr to Jack Howard of Fords- The mot vention Mmmmmx MvmmntH U All Republicans are cordially invited iml A tl C4 T4hM JAu4ry is that it to attend and take part in the meotlng p ThU July 11st 1800 Hardinsburg Ky Allkn R KiKciiKLoic Chairman Clint P Hook Secretary at M Mm Medical r rn yr ITealth is a price Â¬ less jewel Every Â¬ body admits thit Yet the people who protect their gold by burglar alarm nnd lock their dia Â¬ monds in a steel vault make not the leaat effort to pro Â¬ tect the jewel they declare to be price lei Someday they find the jewel is gone stolen by thief Iimae and they are willing to give ever thing to get it I- convention be Bdlected as follows The Democrats in each voting precinct in the county shall assemble at their voting place Saturday August 20th at 2 oclock p m standard time aud Belect delegates to attend the County Convention as here in before mentioned Each precinct shall bs en entitled to one delegate for every fifty votes or fraction over 25 cast for W J Bryan for president When a yoting place has been formed since the Bryan vote Buch precinct will be entitled to one delegate for each fifty or fraction over 25 votes cast for the Hon D H Smith for Congress All known Democrats all those who voted for W J Bryan and all others who will support the nominee of the County Conuty Convention are entitled to parti cipate in the precinct meetings and are invited to be present and take part in these meetings The precincts are entitled respective- Â¬ ly to the following number of delegates Hardinsburg No 1 1 delegates No delegates No 3 2 delegates Cloverport No delegate No 2 2 delegates No 3 3 delegates Mooleyville 2 delegates Union Star 3 delegates StephenBport 2 delegates Webster 4 delegatea Irvington 1 delegates Bewleyvillo 2 delegates Big Sprints 1 delegate Custer 4 delegates Hudsonville 3 delegates Glendeane 2 delegates Rock Vale 2 delegates McDaniels 3 delegates Balltown 2 delegates The precinct committee men to call the precnet conventions to order in their respective precincts and act as chairman of said meeting - Â¬ 22 11 Chairman Democratic County Com RlCIIAllI Adkissov J Wiiitwortk ville is visiting friends and relatives are very favorable toward her recovery of health soon here Wm Baskett got in a fine bunch of A protracted meeting is in progress at Raymond from which much good is re- Â¬ sheep last week Mr Baskett is an all around farmer and he knows of things sulting to handle to make money Remember the speaking here next Goebel will losn one half the votes in Friday night Something will bo Bald to thia bottom from here to Brandenburg interest you to be pretty much the same Mrs Amon Kincheloa of Hardins- Â¬ It seems burg is visiting her parents T B Hen- Â¬ way throughout the county Tho Lithograph Rock Co is pushing derson and wife Mrs Birdie Hopkinsa charming young their work right along and turning out widow of Madisonville is the guest of rock worth from 5 to 25 cts per pound They are arranging to increase their Miss Emma Kurtz sawing capacity W J Adkisson and family of Pettit Mrs Mary Hendricks bettor known Ky aro visiting friends and rolatives in as aunt Pop is visiting relatives in the this community bottom She is a fine type of the kind Henry Johnson bos sold his farm to people our forefathers talk so much of George Cook and Fred Triplett has sold They dont turn them out like her now- Â¬ his to Chas Bruce adays Mrs Sanf Ater died of typhoid fever The rains of last week made some Saturday the 12th and was buried at good fox hunting weather and Messrs Walnut Grove Sunday John T Ditto and Jim BickerstafT availed Bro Bigham will speak on local option themselves of the groat opportunity for at Clifton church August 22d at 730 p several good chases Jim has been doing m Hear him without fail too much courting to suit John for their W E Minor spoke to a small crowd iox chasing here last Saturday in the interest of the The farmers ought to be very thankful firemen and policemen ticket for the fine coin crop and abundant pas Watben B Henderson of Falls of ture that the good Lord has seen flt to Rough came home Saturday to visit his give them Never hardly was the pas- Â¬ parents and attend the Freedom meet tures seen so fresh and green as at this season oi the year It meana well fatted ing is highly significant that in almost cattle sheen and other stock and a fat It every instance where a vote has been pocket book taken on local option this year local The Rev W B Costley of Stock option has won bridge Ga while attending to his pas- Â¬ That article in tbo lost issue of the toral duties at Ellenwood that state was Nkws from Clifton Mills on temperance attacked by cholera morbus He says allowed depth of thought and waa By chance 1 happened to get hold of a strictly to the point bottle of Chamberlains Colic Gholora The sad commentary is too often made and Diarrhoea remedy and I think it that lecal option was defeated by was the means of saving my life It re- Â¬ church members and negroes But we lieved me at once For Bale by A R are glad to note that church members Fisher Cloverport R A 8hellman have got out of thia habit and the ne- Â¬ Stepbensport groes we feel sorry for young cattle to Col Green lost week Joe Jones and Miss Katie Butler at- Â¬ tended the picnic at Garfield last Satur Â¬ day Miss Ella demons of Rock Vale died with consumption about a lorluight ago Miss Mamie Stone spent several days in Oftio county aud attended the auto Most of them the finest in our store ciation We have placed the entire lot on Mias Eya Truman oi O veiiaburo is two counters and give you unre Â¬ the guest of Mies Bertha Iuillipa of stricted choice at one price Shreve bletSjd with au abun Â¬ Wo have been dance of rain and nil vegetation is look Â¬ ing well Mrs Etta Mitchell and beautiful jiule daugUter oi New Orleans are gueste at Col MENS SUITS Greens Dr Harris considers Forduville a most attractive little town una Is very iund ol going there While thero may not be more Mibs Jessie Stone visited relatives at than one sizo of a cortain Btylo Shreve Saturday and Suuday aud atten Â¬ yet tho entire Jot comprises all ded churcb at Pleasant Uruve Sunday Stephen Pmhips of Shreve went to sizes You can close your eyes and se- Â¬ Pnilpot Station lasc week to look at a farm as he is tniuaiug of purchasing a lect any suit on the counter and you farm near that place will getreatest value that has over Aleck WnittingUill wifeand little been offered in this city eon wtio have been vim ting at Mis Many of these Suits were former- Â¬ Ouambliss for somo time returned to t ly marked 10 12 816 and 818 their home in Louisville Friday morn Â¬ As there are only 125 Suits in ing the lot it is important to be on hand I am told they have had a nice cool If they are all gone before summer in Chicago but havent we had early a not oue here in Kentucky I think next week dont blame us tno weather has been hotter than I ever experienced before Coughed 25 Yean I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ tors and for medicine to no avail until 1 used Dr Bells This remedy makes weak lungs strong I has Baved my life1 J B Resell Grants burg 111 Pine-Tar-Hon- 718 The Fair Cloverports One Price Houbo Secretary Worsting Night and Say FALLS OF ROUGH Tobacco Worms Throughout the Ralltown neighbor- Â¬ hood farmers are complaining of tobac- Â¬ co worms destroying their crops Sever Â¬ al crops hayo been almost entirely eaten up They are worse this year than they have been for previous years Theeame conditions prevail in the Jolly neighbor- Â¬ hood WANTED 1 250000 HOOPS AND HOOP POLES Apply at West End iron bridge Will comraonco to receive Aug 25 Foloya Kidney Cure has been tested and found to be all you claim for it I have been giving it to my father end it is the only thing that over helped him writes Geo O Hickock Curtlss Wis A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Xlaw Art You Kidney f Dr UobbV Bparain Pllla core all kldaer Ills 8am plorree AadSWrllDUomolrCoClilcMooiWY Chas May Sr Encouraging W Lewis with the Val Blals Paint house of Louisville Bpent Friday Inter Â¬ D hr ke rxt uiut viewing his customers Mr Lewis is on his south rn trip He has done an ex cellent business and says the prospects are more encouraging than ever Bstntlis Blgatuw of xtfliMSiMMik o TJHJumf W wtu AS tSmmiM4tkruMkmmU4M avw Htaf mm rMm ymm4 HnurrajnrfUtftMt m Lasglrritation - iurfhkM w la V f mm 12 tr w With the number of Nflll soon 1m At large in will In week tfeaa eaa be remedied in six rnOBtha Yet Ike folk go to hear them and yell theariMim beam for tlieir rnanJui the e4tt itj the tUt stir up more devilment tfcat t4mrt f m ttf M f IWmicW I wa safer Jf Mm turf ttnttHmtt I aqM auf - ft mwa4 1tI- u aafH Jmw thmWtt ftaf Si - the forerunner to consumption Dr Belts will cure it and give strength to the lunge that a cough oreoidwll sot settle there Twenty U Plae-Tar-Hon- Goebel and Blackburn flve eeaU jour H4 It mA Uh Arias In an daas I Knew I would have rare i hav takaa thtt UxtU of cacti of McoieiUM Vox stomach truM from I Tuul alu a jwSJh f m4htt4 at all good druggists wk lrd disordered Pellets bowels and liver when um Dr Pierces Pleasant P M White Dead 3fr F M Whites young lawyer of high t landing In Lewisport and titer brief Illness died last Monday Ha Jwtvffl a devoted wife who y0t the daughter of Mr Jo 0- - Pell At bat pfe Spoak at Hardinsburg Saturday Septomber 9 1809 Tbo present arrangements are for tho St Rornuald congregation to give a big barbeouo for the benefit ot the Catholio church now being built at Hardinsburg and for Blaokburn to addroes tbo peoplo in tho morning and Geobel In the afternoon However full partloulara will be given in next weeks Breokenridge News Promoted to This Office Hoyloua Boheu who has been acting Peters Antlwptlo Hsallnf Oil Rellevta all naln iaMimlT aad hull u as night operator for the Henderson Cuu burns boll brtiM itch axrama calwth Route at Owensboro has been promotpra thrvMrylpliicornicbMd baada J lijf MUs and all ulc or aara oTskln or ntaaoaa ed to this tdHea under Mr F D Ferry raomoranc will cure sora or tnRaad stasia t Hovious is one of lha citys pronilsiag noun jtorwoMn win nati UM4 oil win caM acntfiht i cracked bsal tonu old sot young men and It be ontinuea to devote collar calli Um It aad kaltr mM4 yW aa aa4 rf not drug Ut will chaarfully ga back year fMca his time to this profeeslen will some day S5CU Yot sals by MOORMAN WM Cto Q Â¬ ozmzt stohia TKKMYMiHawAlOTfBttat rise to the top notch rpori Kr at Piles I PHMl Why be bothered with this anHovinar complaint when Banna Mlve you 36o -- A B Pktm Otomjfteii COMMITTEE vi m WHKK DOp TOUR 8UB- - A Witt HawWwsst sxputxr cKiFTioKTOTUBBwa o JV T ii li Ititoi Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 10 1809 AUGUST V A GRGAT OFFER Farm Journal From Now to December 1003 Nearly Five Years Â¬ By ppeclal arrangemont made with tho t publishers of tho Farm Journal wo aro enablod to ofTer tbat paper to ovory sub Â¬ scriber who pars for the Breckeniudob News ono year ahead for onlv 1 both papers for tho price of ours only our paper one year and tho Farm Journal from now to December 1903 nearly five yours The Farm Journal ia an old established papor enjoying great popu- Â¬ larity one of tho best and most useful farm papers published J86T This offer should bo accepted without delay Tk fe3Mf News in Brief t t MGtoV ssfcrays- W3t J- J Olover creek is rising Fishing will soon be good Visit Vests closing out sale To be happy read the News Farmers Institute Aug 24th Silas Pato was in town Monday Gold has been discovered in Georgia New collars daily arriving at Sulzers You are welrom tothiscily Aug 24 If things dont go to suit you just bolt Groceries going at a sacrifice at Vests Base ball in this town has played out Paducah will have a now political paSend to the Nkws for your job print t4 44444 4444 per ing Many towns in Kentucky have street fairs Munfordsville is now assured of water- Â¬ works You ere welcome to the Farmers In- Â¬ stitute It is said the acter Knock out nose is an index to char- Â¬ groceries prices on at Vests Mrs Israel Holder went to Skillman Monday Jacob Hanks of Addison was in town Monday Read the market reports in another column 0 J Boling of Foidsville was in town Saturday F Thursday ih4U 0 L Scott of Big Spring was in town iv Dannie Moorman of Glendeane is in the city Fred W Fraize went to Louisville last week Dr S S Watklns of Owensboro was here Monday This office is prepared to execute the of Skillman was in town Monday H Drlskell of Spottsville spent Sun Â¬ day in the city 51 050000 will be paid to pensioners best printing Mr James Gouty this quarter Miss Belle Bruce Boyd wont to Hawes villa yesterday Dr J T Milner of Patesvllle was In town Saturday John Burk the insurance man was in the city Monday Hiss Irene Jarboo returned Sunday from Skillman Sulzsrs advertisement is interesting reading this week Money saved ia money made do this by trading at Vests Master Mechanic Piank was in Louis villa last Thursday Africa leads ail other countries in the production of gjld Big values are being offered in groceries at Vests The board of councllmen ought to en- Â¬ force the curfew law Miss Pearl Perrlgo has accepted a pos Â¬ ition with the Fair Mr Charles Mary of Springfield Ills was in town last week fjfome riobby patterns can be seen In kerchief ties at Sulzers Jones Mercor and Louis Kincheloe wero In town Saturday Geo W 8hort has hadhia dwelling on R w i Hf ft tekTr Sprlr g Sumlay In a tunnel wreck near Wall street repainted Ex Gov Atkinson a leader of Democracy in Georgia is dead Bumor has It that several marriages aro to take place bood MraT F Sawyer and children went to Hawcavllle Tuesday It wont be hng until votuglrl can be called up by telephone Cranes finest writing material can be purchased at Babbagos 0 Gerf and Frank Payne took in Â¬ Somerset Ky three persona perished Tacky parties are the principal amuse meats at the Tar Springs Ceunelton Ind will soon have a now flouring mill In operation Take advantage of Sulzara great offer isgt is hie nd this Issue Mr James E Obapis and family spent fuadav at the Tar Springe w Gfriekea stealing ta prevalent through Kealuaky towne mt Cfte l Ifaweevlile to visiting Robt N Wk1h Mr w km wbw w fimu tut Ml a W 4WMfMSK ay gj Wi ai Mary and Joule Ye at rU-Jollv Station tbta week UlafC The roUoa ol an opera house In this d yield a nice dividend city MUmm LiavitovMtbUiHWtr JaMMlTiH mm Mm Mr J r Skillman of Webster spent Monday and Tuesday In the city Sherman Ball was in town Sunday en route to his homo in Hardlnsburg D H Severs will move Into tho houso formerly occupied by R K Piorco Uaye you seen tho now stock of writ Â¬ ing paper on display at Babbages Horse traders are becoming more num erous in this town than oyer boforo li G Haynoe and Wm Marsh all of Hardlnsburg wero In town Saturday Supply yourself with groceries from When Nature is overtaxed she has AN UNFAILING SIGH THAT tho mammoth establishment of Vestd hor own way of clvinc notice that nesist- Hho does not ask for anco is needed A crowd of young ladles went td tho HATIIRP IQ APPPII IU3 hoP unln Jt ls impossible to get along without Tar Springs yesterday on their wheels HAIUnC 10 ArrCALIna It Boils and pimplos aro an indication that the systom is accumulating impurities which Mrs Viola Jackson has returned from Cfip UCI D tnust bo gotten rid of thoy arc an urgent appeal for assistance Rockvalo whore she had a pleasant visit can not lull flLLIi a warning thatpuruy safolybo ignored Miss Maggie Lmla left Morula for tno Diooa at tnis io nogieot w timo means more than tho lumoyanco of painful boils and Glendeane where she will visit relatives unsightly plmplort Impuritios aro allowed to If theso Miss Annie flambleton of Soriho remain tho system suooumba to any ordinary illness and ls unablo to withstand tho many ailments whloh aro so visited hor relative in this city Batufuay prevalent during spring and summer Mr Jerry Rico the prosperous mer Mrs L Gentllo 3001 Scoond Avenue Seattle Wash Â¬ says I I wad afflicted for a long time with pimples whioh chant of Tar Fork was lb town Satur were Very annoying as they disfigured my face fearfully day After using many other remedies in vain 8 S S promptly Mrs A M Vance left last week for nd thoroughly oleonsed my blood and now I rojolco In a good complexion which I never had boforo Montana where she will join her hus Japt v 11 Dun lap or tho A U U band Tenn B it Chattanootra writes s stti Mias Ball of Mattinglyis Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon mo causing great pain and annoyance My blood seemed to bo in ing Mr and Mrs Jamos Mattjngly this n riotous condition and nothing I took seemed to do city any good Six bottles of S S 8 cured mo completely Chas Lisbon has about recovered arJ4 and my blood has been perfectly pure over since ia able to be at his place of businew again Mrs William Jolly of MtQuady is in the city visiting her sister Mrr Thomas Is tho host blood remedv becausa it in rmrnlv voapfnhln Lewif and is the only ono that Is absolutely free from potash and mercury It promptly purifies tho blood and thoroughly cleanses the system builds up Juno Elder of Owensboro who visit- Â¬ tho general health and strength It oures Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheuma Â¬ ed his cousin Felix Elder has returned tism Tetter Boils Sores etc by going direct to tho cause of tho troublo and foroing out all impure blood home Books free to any address by the Swift Speoiflo Co Atlanta Go Newsom Gardnor who is teaching Â¬ school at Hites Ruu was in town SaturCaspor Gardner ex sheriff and pros- Â¬ per alone Just walk up to the captains day perous farmer of Polks Bottom was in office and draw the blpgeBt prize you Mr Chas May Jr andsister Miss the city yesterday on business ever drew Eya and Miss Oakea went to Cannolton Mr and Mrs A B Skillman sustained Mr Cass Whitehead of Tobinsport Sunday a valuable loss Monday in the death of and Mr M Y Smith of Louisville who Miss Edith Wheeler of Hardin grove their carriage horse old Mack is connected with tho Rico it Turner ToInd is in tho city visiting the Misses Miss Addle G Ditto of Loulsvile has bacco warehouse were in town Saturday Hambletou reached the city She will bo the guest greeting old friends Sunday of her sister Mrs J D Babbage Miss Mary Sipple went to Holt One of the most needed things to the to spend a week with Mr Chas Iteidel Miss Ora Alexander arrived homo sanitary conditions of this town is a gar- Â¬ Our City Fathers would and family Friday night from Cincinnati where she bage wagon receive tho hearty applause of tho pubHousekeepers dont you want a glBsa has been spending a month or so butter mold Something entirely new Mr and Mrs George Hook and daugh- Â¬ lic if they would establish one Mies Floronce Lewis who after a few at Sulzers ter Miss Mattie of Hardlnsburg are Mr Frank Boyd of Owensboro spent spending several days at the Tar Springe months stay nt Kirk Jollys Station Sunday with his parents Mr and Mr Mrs J Ditzenbach and children Louie and other pointa in the county has re Boyd Alex and J P Jr were the guests of her sis Â¬ turned home much improved in health position with the You dont haye to be hypnotized in ter Mrs B Hawkins of Persimmon Flat She will resume her Fair in about ono month order to see the value of bargains in Mr and Mrs J E Keith and sons Mies Anna Griliith who has recently goods at Vests Sam and Proctor and C E Keith and purchased a half Interest in the insurance Mountainere in Kentucky and Tenn Â¬ family visited the Tar Springs Sunday Co at business of Head Sweeney essee are not in sympathy with the Mor- Â¬ Mr Scott Morton who resides near Owensboro ought not to have any troub- Â¬ mon preachers Hardlnsburg was in town Satuaday le in securing business Her grace of Conrad Simons a thrifty and substan- Â¬ circulating among his eld acquaintances manner and charming voice should be tial farmer of Tobinsport Ind was in Mrs J 0 Nolte and daughter Eloise sufficient to every man she meets to take town Saturday have gone to Bosetta where they are to a policy Mr E G Buckner will be her Try grape nuta It is a food for the be the guests of her father Mr B D associate Her friends in this section brain and nerves It is highly recom- Â¬ Witt wish her much success mended tSulzers Misses Erne Uwaggot and Lillian Sip Â¬ Hows This Mrs William Hufllnes returned Sun- Â¬ ple spent a few days last week at Skill We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward day from Evansville where she has been man the guests of Miss Mary Weather for any case of Catarrh that can not be ylBiting relatives holt cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Mr and Mrs Webster Taylor of Tob- Â¬ The Marion County Fair and trotting F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 insport spent last Thursday in the city association has been declared oil on ac- Â¬ We the undersigned have known F J purchasing goods count of the inability to get the entries Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ An ordinance should be passed by the filled lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ Chocolate grater Ib something every iness transactions and financially able to council requiring all owners of bicycles to purchasr lamps housekeeper ought to have and it is carry out any obligations made by their Misses Annie and Carrie Dhonau of something useful They can be had at firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Borne Ind were the guesta of Miss Lena Sulzers Marvin Walding Kinnan Mrs Frank Fraize and Bister Miss do 0 Hamman last week Jeanette Warfield leit Thursday for At- Â¬ Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Mr and Mrs Allen Adkisson of the Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ New Bethel neighborhood were in town lantic City where they will spend sev- Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and eral weeks yesterday shopping Phosphate Is considered one of the mucous surfaces of the system Price Mr and Mrs Charley Solbrig qf Dex- Â¬ most refreshing drinks that can be had 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists ter Ind are in the city visiting Mr and during excessive warm weathor Try a Testimonials free Mrs Henry Polbrlg Halls Family Pills aro the best Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry of Stephens bottle Sulzsrs In the City Alfred Heston of Hardlnsburg Mr port were in town Friday visiting rela- Â¬ White of Millwood and Miss Mr and Mrs Clint Murray of Bock tives and shopping is visiting friends in Hardlnsburg port Ind have arrived in the city Mrs Hanpab Hardin and daughter who town Sunday while here they will be the guests of Misa Forrie Hardin of Holt were In town were in Mr Walter May and sisters Eva and Mr and Mrs A B Fisher Thursday shopping Eliza accompanied by Mias M Belle Four Baptized Mrs L V Ohapin and son William were visitors at Holt are visiting her sister Mrs William Oakes of Lonisville Elder Beare held baptismal services and Addison Friday Sallie at Owensboro at the lower wharf Sunday Four were Mr Hariy Morrison and Miss Delia baptized Mr and Mrs Martin of Greenville city went to Cannelton last after two woeks stay at the Tar Springs Batt of this Wednesday to visit her mother who is ItretU wlUt too whether yon eonllnuo nrTo klllln tobacco habit N wUi- have returned home remoree the deilre for tobacco ff LfafaTH a resident of that city oatncrTouedletreMexpeliolcovBl IIHRT Misa Mary Ogleeby who has been visit Â¬ tine purines the blood re xTC oca boin erea Farmers Institute extends an in- Â¬ ttorei loit manhood I M fcJiM The ing friends it Hawsyllle has returned to makee too tronre I L IKvPeold 100000 Uuj vitation to our Tobinsport farmers to be In health nerreerH ri I faUraBei cured Irom andpocket- her home In this city fl L5WO-TO-l- l AC present at the meeting which convenes book e I B Wljpjour own druffglit who aBwlllTouchfortuTtkeltwltl Mrs Lou Roberta and Mrs Andrew lC3ll af tll patient J peralitentlj One ttmm in thiscity August 24 1A boitl uinallj curon iboieeSlM l Crawford of Stephensport went to Louis Pa L naranteed to cure orwe refund money BALLARDS SNOW UNIMhNT gives KflMrlUf Bej C Caleaf BMtreal lea leri vile lost week shopping instant relief in cases of Bleeding Burns Miss M Belle Oakes who has been Bruises Scalds Outs etc Price 25 and visiting the Misses Maya left Monday for 0 cenU A B Fisher her home at Louisville Wherein you find a weekly contain Â¬ JSlder A F Beare will preach at the ing more news than this paper Thor Christian church Sunday night Sub- Â¬ oughly scan the columns and be con- Â¬ ject Christian Baptism vinced of its excellence Advertisements inserted under this head at the Misa Annie Hambleton has returned Vest This ia not a vest to wear as rate of one cent a word each insertion two weeks stay at Hardin home after a one would judge but a masculine Vest Grove Ind with friends FOlt SALE BICYCLES ETC is saving the public many dollars in To save the Ufe of cattle from dyetne that T7IOR SALE One League Chinlei Bicycle purchasing of merchandise I good condition lio leveral other wheel bur when swollen from eating clover pour the nine old Vox terrier YVi imported cold watr on theft backs Lee Yesger who has been employed blood mult be C C LKWIS llox it Stephens- 1 100 spent Sunday at by the Breckinridge Oannel Coal Co as pott Ky Master Enos Keith Bock Havep the guest of his parents fireman has resigned his position and FOlt 8ALE rOUITRY dc Mr and Mrs The Keith Chas E Byan Jr has accepted It SALE About 50 Mammoth 1ekin tluckt FOR turkeyi a fow fancy plglons Urahamai Mrs J H B Logan and son James Miss Pra Walton of Big Spring Ky All thoroughbted Alio 1 re ut of Hardlnsburg are in tho city visiting who has been the guest of her sister Leghorn etc cow bred to noted registered bull tered Jeruy Extra fine ilock II V HAHltli Cloverport Mr and Mrs Sam Coniad Mrs Dr J 0 B Bay returned home Ky Owensboro Inquirer Mr Edward Bacon of Louisville this morning FARM rOK RENT spent Sunday at the Fisher Homestead Dr William Milner and wife of Union UBNT A good Hirer Bottom Farm ol about ope mile from town 8tar arrlvi d In the city yesterday They FOR acre i well improved all under vuitivation Miss Hattle Grlnnell our Brandenburg were en route to i aieaviue wuere iney near Skillman Station and la Koodc iilitlon A plendld firm to make money on Hor fuMlur In corresppndent has in this issue a moat will visit their son Dr J T Milner formation write or call and tee me CHAS ii STKUHETT llawevllle Ky excellent articla on animals Mr D M Duncan wife and baby Hon Geo W 4olly and Ohaprge reached this city from Brandenburg Sun Â¬ FOlt SALB DHDQ 8T0CK It SALE A good nock or drugj Apply to Wathen of Owensboro were passengers day Mrs Duncan will remain a week great bar T Co Ekron Kv ThlU on Sundays east bound train the guest of Mr and Mrs H V Duncan gain Mr George Baker and Miss Mary Bus LEOAL PLANKS sel Baker of Owensboro and Miss FlorÂ¬ OH SAIK lllank Oeedi and Mortirair oeand nunc KUN- aot ltr ence Cottreltof this city spent Sunday at DOB NEWS OHKiCE Hardinaburg with Mr J T Baker and TUITION family Mratton T7OH SALE Certificate in Drfnt Mlsu Jessie Tolllferro and Mr Geo JL1 llutlneai College Loulivilla Kv Apply to CllUCKENKIDOK NEWS OFFICE thin WeoJ weak lungs and Mendle of Owensboro were guesta of You have them In palanw Bohlor Sunday Mr- - and Mrs Thoa EDQBWOOD BEUKUU1RE8 hot wtMthr m wall as irt cold accompanied Yewell Holder Master the kind that win at the recoidormy PULSION curtf them home herdatlnjlanapolle and Snibgnrld iblayear own 1 bowed II atteit Be sure and read our great oiler of the breeding and captured only aliiwU ol Mr cJ lbs good pwceoUge Nkws for a year and the dealmble nrle Tin prii wloalBbar Head HIseftamyNeklNKawipwa Bmqkxnijxmi for tie balaMe ol 18W ant taMlnff fan aad ail of 1W0 1MI 1SXW Md IMtf near- alliorttn ptiee of our pa- - LouKnile Kr lynveywu HLUCTION NOTICE Kentuoky Ilrrckonrldgn Ootaity Court Begular term July IMUi 18W T J Jolly and otiiers on petition court that tho polition of T J Jolly and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the Biockenridgo County Court and filed in Ihs court ou the M h day of June 1801 riqut sting that au election beheld in the lietiltyvlllo votii g pro Â¬ duct which pncincl Is in the Fourth Maglsterltil District of Breckenridge connly Kv on tho 20th day of August 18W to tttktt the sense of the legAl voters of said precinct who are quallkd to vote atnnoleciiiiu for the county ofllcers upon he proDjiltion wrmther or not spltituous vintjui uud malt liquors ahull he sold bartered or loaned in said voting pre- Â¬ cinct and also whether or not the pro visions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Druggists in said precinct was nigiitdby more than Twenty Five 25 per cnt uf the Ifiial voters of said pro cinct cast at the last precedirg lection held in paid precinct It is now ordered by the court that the rt quest of said pe thinners be granted and that an election b held on said 20 It dy of August 1810 in uaid Bewltyvlllo precinct to toke the sense ol the legal voters of said pre cinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county ofHcerp upon the pmnoiiiiioii whether or not spirituous v inotn or malt liquors ehall be sold barter d or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not tho provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Drug Â¬ gists in said precinct And it is further orileMI that the Sheriff of Breckonrldue oouuiy open u pill nt said votirg precinct on the said 2Gth day of August 18t for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who arc quail find to vote at an election for county otilcera upon the proposition whtlnr or not ppirituoua vinous or malt liquors shall be hold bartered or tunned In said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and pronihitiou shall apply to Druggists in said precinct And eald Sheriff is or Â¬ dered to give notice of uaid election and hold the same as required by law and tho ofllcers of election appointed by Election Commissioners of Breckenridge county to suryo at the November elec- Â¬ tion 1898 shall act as offiora of said election and tho Sheriff shall so notify thuni and this cius is continual A copy attest Owkv Cunningham Clerk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boils and Pirn FREE-FOR-AL- It appearing to the satisfaction of this L Â¬ Give Warning BARGAIN HARVEST YOUR GAIN STRAW HATS worth 160 cut to 100 STRAW HATS worth 100 cut to 75c STRAW HATS worth 60o cut to 35c CRASH HATS worth 26c cut to 19c CRASH HATS worth 60c cut to 35c to 8150 SUMMER COATS worth Â¬ 250 Small sizes only MENS BLUE LINEN SUITS worth 8500 and 400 cut 350 cut S 8 S FOR THE BLOOD worth 25c cut to 16c FARM BELLS worth 200 cut to 125 SEAL OIL SHOE DRSSSING Large Bottle Come while the assortment is good and take advantage of this Great Reduction Sale Â¬ ELECTION NOTICE Kentucky County Court 18 JT Lewis and others on petition SULZERS V- - Uvular Term July 24th Breckpnridge It appearing to the satisfaction of this court that the petition of JT Lewis and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of the BriCkenridge County Court and filed in this court on the 20 h day of Juno 1890 requesting that an election be held in the Irvington voting precinct which precinct is in the Fourth Magis terial District of Breckenridge county Ky on the 20th day of AuguBt 1S09 to take tho sense of the leeal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for the county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bar Â¬ tered or loaned in said voting precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Druggists in said precinct was signed by more than Twenty Five 25 per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at ttio last preceding election held in said precinct It is now ordered by the court that the request of said petitioners be granted and that an election bo held on said 26th day of August 1800 in said Irvington precinct to take the sense of ttie legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at an election for county ofllcers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition ball apply to Dm gists in said precinct And it is lurther ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county open a poll at said voting precinct on the said 2Gth day of August 1809 for the purpose of taking the sense of the lrgal voters of said precinct who aro quttlified to yote at an election for couuty officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous yinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Drug Â¬ gists in said precinct and said Sheriff is ordered to give notice of said election and hold the same as required by law and the ofllcers of election appointed by Election Commissioners of Breckenridge county to serve at the November elec- Â¬ tion 1808 shall act as ofllcers of said election and the Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause s continued A copy attest Owen Cunningham Clerk Â¬ Â¬ HAVE YOU BEEN THINKING About getting a New Trunk Telescope or Valise DO YOU NEED a Pair of Shoes then see Browifr Those Ladies Dress Skirts are nobby from L 1 TO 6 An entire new stock of Notions Neckwear Beauty Pins Combs and pretty Belt Buckles Men dont go shirtless with the assortment that Brown carries Brown has the Clothing to clothe both old and young His parlors are open to all tbvfll ELECTION NOTICE Ilk Kentucky Breckenridgo County Court Regular Term July 24 1800 S J Parks and others on petition W E BROWN Irvington Ky III WANTS VV ktWVVVV SSkS Â¬ IO CROFULA SttjaW It appearing to the satisfaction of this court that the petition of S J Parks and others heretofore lodged with the Judge of tho Breckenridge County Court and filed in this court ou the 20h day of June 1800 requesting that an election bo held in the Webster voting precinct which precinct is in the Fourth MagisÂ¬ terial District of Breckenridge county Ky and on the 20th day of August 1800 to take the sonse of the legal voters of said precinct wuo are qualified to vote at an election for the county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said voting precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohibition sm 1 apply to Druggist in tall precinct was signed by more than twenty five 25 per cent of tho legal voters ot said precinct cast at lust proceeding election hed in said precinct It is now onloied by the court that tho request of said peti tioners be grantml and that an eltctlon bo held on said 2Uth day of August 1800 in said Webster precinct to uku the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to vote at anehction for county officer upon the proposition whethtir or not spirituous vinous or malt 1 quors shall ba sold bartered or loaned in said precinct and also whotber r not the provisions of this law and prohibition shall apply to Druggists in And it is further ordered sAid precinct that the Sheriff of Breckenridge cmnty open a poll at said voting precinct on the said 2Uth dav of August 1800 for th purpose of taking the sense if the lgal voters ol said precinct who are qul fled to vote at an eleotlon for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said pre Â¬ cinct and also whether or not the pro visions ot this law and prohibition shall apply to Druggists In said precinct and said Sheriff la ordered to give notice of salu election ana noiu toe same aa re quired by law and the ofileem of the election appointed by the Election Com mtseloBera of Breckenridge county to serve at the NoVewber eWeUra 1098 ball aM m nMott of aald oleetjan and Â¬ FOR RENT II For Sale 600ACREFARM In ono of tho boat and most fertilo farming sections of thb county 1 The personal property of Mrs Augustus Taboling deceased consisting of tho following Household Furniture Farming Implements Two Mules Two Cows and Calf 00 Acres 50 Acres In Orchard In Clover 1 20 Acres In Meadow Rest in wheat com tobacco My reasons Jgrwanting to rent ia on ocwSpif failuro of health A goouwiow for the right man For furthor par Â¬ ticulars write me The sale will take placa August 26 1899 on tha Farm of the decease 4 flflliss Dora JUmiM11MltUX A J Jorsl thMHfailiiKUfy tbwdUk cauM It ooaUnuad Aaopy attewt UWaUf UUNHIMOHAM UlcWiV Jfltt f Tbelicfi I40HI44 V 0 e4 rv xnmnOWKM r riw11 M r MlH lnWlWHntjlll1M sfc GOOD WORK kectot EMridge Writes on Road Question Porms of Immortality the plainly imperishable touches human life that materlftliels should be cautious in tompting to draw trie line Nature steadily continues the A tnpo worm eighteen fet long at types of mankind and by tho laws ot least oam on thn nceiio after my taking two heredity almost reproduces tho Individ OASoaUETS This Tarn sure hat caused my years am still health for tho past So mueh of WORMS CANDY TAPE OVEMENT IN KENTUCKY iblic Highways Benefit Both City and Country People tNTERRRISING FARMERS 6P NEW JERSEY mission or consumers door thus being in a much better condition for sale than going through its dlfioront when stages of handling to aud from tho boat or cars and the rough usage of carting to the consignees door Then the farm Â¬ er by marketing his own produce very often saves the commission by being enable to disposed of it directly to the consumer The charge for selling is 10 per cent on an average load of 150 bas- Â¬ kets the commission would be some whero in the neighborhood of six dollars This added to the ten dollars saved in transportation swells the saving to sixteen dollars a load This calculation seems large but if it were one half realized it shows how stone roads benefit the farmers The re- Â¬ sult has been where tho early opposition of the farmers of Gloucester county was marked by the sendiug of numerous perÂ¬ sona and petitions to the Legislature to have the stone road law either abrogated or he mandamus or forcing clause stricken out that applications are be in rapidly substituted for the remon Â¬ strances making it impossible with the come any whero limited appropriation meeting their petitions Tho construction of macadam roads in 1803 was forty six miles in 1890 about fifty miles in 1897 about seventy miles and in 1898 about eighty five miles Tho State approplation has not been increased but the mileage has be Â¬ come greater owing to a bbttor under Â¬ g standing of the principles of and tho ability to do away with the expensive foundations that were former- Â¬ ly considered necessary Comparatively thin roads of eight or six inches qr sometimes even less hava bean laid with good results In Mon Â¬ mouth and Atlantic counties gravel roods have largely been built to oonnoot populous centers and answer very well in thinly populated sections The present oost of the I roads runs all the way from twenty to seventy cents a Equare yard A system of continuous ave nues has been adopted so that lines are nearly completed from Jersey city to At- Â¬ lantic City and from Jersey City thiough Morris and Passaic counties while many lateral roads join these main ones and run out from county seats and important towns A strong desire is bei ng mani- Â¬ fested for an increase in the Stato appro- Â¬ priation to 300000 but even thisat the present rate of demand would hardly keen up with the pertitions being receiv- Â¬ ed Â¬ road-buildin- The following articlo on the highways ie following letter baa boon received of New Jersey is from the Country Mr Jamea Thomson Chairman of What the writer has to Qoo4Rond committeo from Mr M Gentleman Idridgo director of theiUnited States say of the savine to farmers by having ont of Agriculture Good Roads good roads ought to stimulate the work on It is an interesting discussion of in this state In many respects New Jersey is the to of the greatest importance in this matter of in the leading State fnited States Department of agricult- Oflico of Road InquiryWaablrjgton 3 July 2D 1899 Mr James Thorn Ohahman of the Good Roads Com- Ky My Dear Sir bo Louisville lany thanks for your valued favor cf Int dato which was receive in my ab- e I take pleasure in supplying you i several copies of Circular No 31 and mere bulletin No 95 as requested lam glad to note from the article inclose that the people of your state making rapid atrides toward better If good roads are so much need Id the various States of this great re- pllc they are indispensable to the pros-lity ofOId Kentucky the land of horses and beautiful women Chairman of the fcood roads com- Itee you can do and are doing a grand I good work for the people of your sec- i and for Aside the whole state good religion and good education long certain classes there is nothing inch neded in the South as good They are in fact a universal nee- Rfyfand should have the aid of all city i as well as country folks wagon load of produce stuck in the Id of a country road affects primarily armor but incidentally the town Knoxville Tenn has one of the t if not the best market in the ith Their vegetables and fruits frosTrur and of greater variety than b found in the markets of any other tthern tityand this is accountable by fact that Knox oounty has perhaps bra good roads than any other count the South Che road reform in this country has last developed a fact which has long tea been known and acted upon in the at civilized countries of tho That is That farmers and country an not and ought not to be expect tv an adequate road tax or be S Ped to build and keep in repair smseives ail tne public nignways we Iva also learned that as road building a public matter thoir construction ould not be left entirely to local gov nments corporations and turnpike mpanies As the public roads are for ery body and benefit everybody to a iter or less extent their construction ould have the corporation and Bup rt of the whole people With best wishes for the success of mr organization and for the great cause ilcb it represents and support I re- rn very truly yours M O Eldridok Director i road improvement In proportion to her total mileage she probably has more miles of stone roads than the people ef other States Tie principal difficulty of other States is to construct enough of macadam annually to meet tho popular When tho subject of road im demand provement was first agitated the farmers except in two counties opposed the project A State aid law was however carried and now the farmers almost universally approve of it and are constantly filling petitions for tho improvement of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ more rrilts of road This is because says State Commissioner Budd they are yearly saving in the ubo of the hard roads already built many thousands of dollars in the wear and tear of teams and in the cash cost of sending their Here is a practical produce to market illustration In Gloucester county and the souther n part of Camden county great quantities tomatoes white and of watermelons Bwect potatoes and many other fruits and vegetables are raised The roads were formerly so bad that most of the stuff was sent to market by rail or boat and teams could haul but forty or fifty bas Â¬ Since the leading roads kets of produce have beea macadamied toward the Gloucester city ferry there are say Mr Budd from 1600 to 1900 teams a day passing t an fro on this ferry where 200 or tOO was the maximum before These teams now carry from 130 to 178 five eights bushel baskets of vegetables and fruit while before they only carried from forty to fifty baskets They are now carting to market in Â¬ stead of sending by boat as they mainly formerly did and returning with three five ton loads of manure Their reason for so doing is that thev effect a very large saving Their experience is that the average basket of fruit or vegistables sent by boat to the Philadelphia mark- Â¬ ets costs from six to eight cents per bas- Â¬ ket the items of express by boat are three cents for freight three cents for attendant and one or two cents for cart- Â¬ ing in city total seven or eight cents Then if the commission be added it would average throe to four cents more total eleven to twelve cents By carting an average load of 100 bas- Â¬ kets tho farmer saves to the use of his own team about ten dollars per day so if he were to cart but five days in a week there would be a saving of fifty dollars per week lees the ferry expenses of seventy five cents a day Anotheradvantage consists in be produce being landed freBh at the com- Â¬ ual Thero may bo somowhore today an all wart and Oliver Cromwell though his name would bo somothiUK else as tho family was continued only thtough the femaio branch or collater- Â¬ ally Then thero is the law of the con earvation of matter giving to each atom an eternal endurance though its form like that of the raindrops is constantly Again immortality awaits changing the achievement of the thinker or in ventor who adds something of uso to future generations The morn record of this is called fame and may be presum Â¬ ed in some cases to be everlasting But when immortality is referred to it is gen eraly understood to mean tho continued existence of personal idontity and for this the materialist finds no ground of belief though he can present no evi Â¬ dence that the senso of identity made up largely of memory and preception can be instantly wiped out If matter it is certainly indestructible though subject to transitions Tho sense of idontity may be suspended or lost while the fun Â¬ ctions of the body go on It does not come to the child until a cortain degree of memory and intelligence is establish- Â¬ ed it is dimly present in sleep it is in- Â¬ terrupted in periods of delirium or un- Â¬ consciousness and is absent in certain forms of mental derangement in all these cases it returns or may return in an instant Materialism contonds that it may bo absolutely annihilated in an instant though admitting that an atom can not be annihilated at all Nor does the skeptic dispute the scientific truth that the conservation of onergy which may neither be increaseed nor diminish Â¬ ed though its manifestations are varied If fio montal and emotional life of man with all its wonderful complexity and power can be snuffed out in tho fraction of a second human existence is indeed a frail thing and the line between life and utter extinction so tine that the time consumed in the passage of an elec- Â¬ tric spark would cover it Natures phases oi suspension and transformation are many butlt seems to have no place for annihilation These are thoughts that occur before tho higher level of faith and spiritual ideals is reached The church- Â¬ es and temples reared throughout the world represent something in the hum- Â¬ an mind that is deeper than the process- Â¬ es of reasoning which on this subject must deal with much that is mysterious Churches and temples are the truo counterpart of a reality in mans deepest intelligence and insight They are not a faiso note unless the false note is in From the same region of man himself infinite apprehension comes the faith in personal immortality Tne thought presents itself constantly to every mind It gives pause to Hamlet and Olaudio tho young courtier condemned to die thinks not only of the cold obstruction but of the prospect that the spirit goes Â¬ three I bad taking Oasanrntfl the only cathartlo worthy of notlao by eennlblo people Quo W I10WLB8 Ilalrd Miss CARE AND TREATMENT OF DUMB ANIMALS ON THE FARM By nRS HATTia ORINNBLL 1 TrMOtl ftuwrtftfo ftju lOo nAAAkl Mala tA Good Never Blekon weaken or Gripe ttrlUt HmmSj Oapiar Ckte maa Ko too 51J CURE CONSTIPATION WMtrtsl R Twt UfiTfl RflP HU I U DAlf gins to CUUK Tobacco llablt Sold and Riiaranteed by all drnv jI I thank the president or secretary of tho FarraorB Institute for his kind invitation Jo attend tho meeting on tho 34th and sit in the amen I believe it would be on the Should I ever speak in meetin corner subject of tho Care and Treatment of Dumb Animals on the Farm For Instance I would tell the boys aud girls that tho nice white veal we get In oitiea was procured by ahjfct cruelty to innocont calves that they tenderly oared for and shipped by bleeding them to death and that thpy llngorod for hours and actually mourned thoir lives away in agony to grat Â¬ ifya Ml the third Sunday in August Not on tho third Sunday as reported in the News herotofore Tho nice Bnowors and warm sunshine la making the crops mature rapidly tember teacher School commences the fourth of W W Dunh will be Sep- Â¬ the er there Owing to the inclemency of the weath- Â¬ was a email attendance at Sun Â¬ day Bchool Frank Burnett is limplngutround this week the effects of cutting his leg with a broad axe Nate Stnrks raised the frame work of a barn Friday He will havo an up to date building when completed S B Burnett and wife and Wm Tin die and wife are visiting relatives in Grayson and Hardin counties this week Next Sunday is Rev H C Hooks regular appointment at the O P Church Como out and give him your attention and if you dont go away spiritually benefited it will not be Bro Hooks fault The bolter convention to be held in Lexington Aug 10th is a dishonor to the democratic party of Kentucky but go in red eyed we have a craft large enough to convey your nominee and Mr Taylor np Salt river into that land of your honor Mr meditation where Buckner dwell About one month ago my child which had an attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gavo relief we sent for a physician and it was under his care for a woek At this time the child h is been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty five operations of the bowels every twolve hours and we were convinced that unless it ooon obtained reliof it would not live Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended and I decided to try it I soon noticed a change for the better by its con- Â¬ tinued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy Stumptown Gilmer Co O L Boggs W Va For sale by A R Fisher Olo verport It A Shellman StephenBport is fifteen montha old Â¬ bathe in fiery floods or to reside In thrilling region ot thick ribbod ice To be imprlsoiid in tho viewless winds Aud blown with restlew violence about Thirty Fourth Annual Sunday School The pendent world Convention These thoughts are spontaneous even where faith and moral restraint are abThe Annual State Convention of the sent Materialism rows against a univer- Kentucky Sunday School Association sal tide in resisting tho conception of the will be held in the first Prsbyterian Globe Dem- Church Louisville Aug 29 30 31 soul and of immortality ocrat i A most excellent program has been To Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Regardless of Age The kidnoys are responsible for more sickness suffering and deaths than any other organs of tho body A majority of the ills aillicting people to day is traceable to kidney trouble It prevades all classes of society in all cli- Â¬ mates regardless of age sex or condition The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such as rheumatism neu- Â¬ ralgia sloeplessness pain or dull ache in the back a desire to urinate often day or night profuse or scanty supply Uric acid or brick dust deposit in urine are signs of clogged kidneys caus- Â¬ ing poisoned germ filled blood Some Â¬ times the heart ants badly and tube casts wasting of the kidneys are found in the urine which if neglected will re Â¬ sult in BrightB disease the most danger- Â¬ ous form of kidney troubde All these symptoms and conditions are promptly removed unber the influence of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root It has a world wide reputation for ita wonderful cures of tho moat distressing cases No one need be long without it as it is bo easy to get at any drug store at - fifty cents or one dollar You can have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery Swamp Root and a book telling all about it both sent to you absolutely free by mail Send your address to Dr Kil- Â¬ mer Co Blnghamtou N Y and kind Â¬ ly mention that you saw this liberal oiler in tho Bueckemuidgk News Three editions have already beon printed of Biggie horse book an an nouncemont of which will be found in our advertising columns This little book which is crammed full of information on the horse costs but 60 cents yet we are free to say it has as much practical boiled down Information for busy people as books costing ten times as much Put it in the hands of your boys and girls and get the hired man a copy Free by mail address the puqliahers Wilmer Atkln son Co Pulladelphia KI9 fcB TI eLL iwB aW fcLr DMiKsKi The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing con bo mora demoralizing to yiung or middle aged men than tho pres hey ence ot theno nightly losses m a UMililMi Hnlrnna a IaIIum of disgust and a whole train of symptoms inoy nam a man tor uuainos married llio and foclal happiness No matter wuemor cnusou uy otii namis in youin weakness or sexual Excesses our natural tfetr Muthod treatment will positively Â¬ t aa arranged Mr Marlon Lawrence Gen- Â¬ eral International Secretary Mr O D Meigs General Secretary of Indiana Rev Geo O Bachman General Secrotary of Tennessee and many of the best speak- Â¬ ers and most earnest Sunday School workers of the State will appear on the program D6lgates Every Sunday School in the State is entitled to one deleeato to each hundred members or fraction thereof The connty is entitled to ten at large Ministers are ex offlclo delgatea Entertainment will be provided for all accredited delegates on condition that their names are sent in da soon as ap Â¬ pointed to Prof H K Taylor Beech mont Ky Transportation The railroads will give one and one third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan Buy tickot at regular rates and take receipt from ticket agent and yon can got a re Â¬ turn ticket for one third regular fare A free and easy expectoration is pro- Â¬ duced by a few doses of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP in all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cts A R Blnfnl epicurean taste It should make those farm boys indignant and thoy should ship to small towns To read of the slaughter houses in largo cities like Chicago is like reading the description of an Inhuman battle Men in their rage for wealth utterly Ignore and trample all hu Â¬ mane feelings in thoir modes and methods of dealing with stock I would enter a protest against clipped checked and docked horses A docked horse can neither eat nor sleep comfortably in the fly seeson In Horeeo taken into grass long sohie places wo are told signs are put up tails one dollar and fifty cents short tails ono dollar and it simply means that the latter are taken cheaper becauso they are so bothered by flies that they eat lens I havo read of horses that actual committed suicido in Buffering from flicB We know animals will do that Barnums famous old cow Clorlsso committed suicide from grief Even dogs have been known to destroy themselves I wish I had the power to tako overy man who cuts off a horses tali tie his hands turn him out in a field on a hot day with little clothing on Docking Is a cruel wicked thing A and plenty of flies swarming around check rein may be useful with a fiery horse but I believe if colts wore raised right you wouldnt need it Bridle up your own head and try it awhile I dont like racing abit becauso I believe it is cruel and I wish Hito wasnt a race horse on the face of tho earth until differently con- Â¬ ducted at the track I dont believe in dehorning cowb either God knew how to make cows Sometimes we know man can improve on nature For instance we take a calf from its mother and raiso it as well as she could But this and thereby get an extra quantity of milk from her in addition thing of dehorning eeema unnatural unless- - cattle are to be sent to sea but otherwise it is like mutilating them In many cases their horns are the only moans of defense And then Id remind every boy or girl that to strike a ccw acroBs the back with a stick makes her milk worse for drink and that to keep cowb quiet and not to worry or hurry or chill or heat them increases the flew and that real bad usage poisons milk Milk that comes from a cow that is not kept clean had better be thrown away and water substituted When I lived in a large city we all complained to our It cant be land lady about the cowy odor to the milk Sheeald One Bpunky lady said helped all milk smells like that It is a lack of Ono day while out in the city cleanliness on the part of tho milk man we got his address we dropped in for milk ao it worp The cows were in a fearful condition as to surroundings and their bodies were iu a Bad state of neglect Ho was reported City peoplo are torribly imposed ou and often even when milk is examined you cant toll whether it is pure 6r not In New York for in Â¬ stance the law only n quires thirteen per cent of solids in it which is absurd we all know for you can feed a cow on swili alono and still get four- Â¬ teen per cent of solids in it Oh you city folks aro queer I have no prejudice but I wish I could break up a few of our cities and scatter the people through the country Look at our lovely larms in Moade and Breckcnridge counties many of them with only an old man and woman on them while the boys and girls are slaving in stores and shops eaking out a bare exiBtance growing pale and sickly because the have been brought up with a distaste to farm hfd Heres tho way country life goes too often and is what makes the younger membera dissatisfied to wit Have a farm about twice as large as you can manage Dont keep n hired man Get np at daylight and Havo tho girls do the homework slave till dark Never take a holiday take care of the chickens make the butter pick the fruit make the boys tend the colts and tho calves then put all the mouey they make in bank Oh that is bo encouraging isnt it Dont tako any papers or books No Indeed for they would wasto their time in reading and then they musnt lose time in going to the postofflce but once a week you know If farmers had the wisdom thirty years ago as they havo now there is still room for light and knowledge many boys wouldnt be the poor lawyers and dcotors they now are in far away cities and many fine farms would not have passed into the bands of strangers The thing cuts both ways I tell you when you think of it right It isnt all the fault of the boys that they leave the country No matter though how happy human beings are in this world thev always have something to worry upon re- Â¬ flection over the past But life on a farm properly conducted and as far as possible upon scientific principles is by far the happiest most independent So many worries and moral peaceful existence Thero is only one placo whero there are not porplexitlee and that is a home not made with hands and you cannot enter if cruel and unkind to dumb animals Â¬ Â¬ 1 -j rtJ i 1 Ess bS3SS HARDINSBURG Sg3S jsJS r - THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE KY 1899 First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 iOOD SUGGESTIONS Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men No school in this section of the Stato offers and women superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION Primary Teachers 1 76 2 50 3 20 3 20 ON THE ROAD euro you WORKING QUESTION By D C CLEMONS Reader YOU need hftln Fnrlv nltniA later excossoi may havo weakened you mpomro may hao diseased you You are not saf o till rurod Our Now Method mil euro you You run no risk n- NO CURE NO PAY Fisher First come first Beryed so march up and pay for the BnEcuBNiunaK Nkwb a year ahead This will secure that good little paper the Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years without any further pay Shall we hoar from you within one week Intermediate Preparatory par month Scientlfle Classical Music Board 1 75 to f8 30 perropnth 8 20 a 60 2 25 per wejdjf For further information and catalogue aldresV The subject that is causing more comment in this part of the county an any other is this vital question Allow me to offer some suggestions lat I think would 10 of a benefit to the people in general If we are sing to have a tax to work our roads lets have the roads worked wholly taxation thereby making tho tax equal A man that is in tho road law ider the present system of taxation must work on the road six days each ear and eight hours each day thereby paying a per capita tax of six hilars Wa titVA a liuvv hnrdnn ti v anwwnvJ 1ml iinnr In Ihn nnv nf rav tlnn Ml J W W MV UV j WW think it would be much better to pay a reasonable poll tax for road pur poses than to be compelled to labor six days each year and our work not dolHgmuch good Make the magistrate in each district supervisor of the Ho haying them worked by the contract system roads In bia district Letting each out to the lowost and best bidder making specifications as to how the work shall be done receiving and paying for same when done acÂ¬ cording to contract thereby doing away with the expense of the oounty having to keep up and molntain tools to work roads with As the county judge rdost under the present system of supervisors watch over the interest of the county roads make him the head of the whole consent Do away with the supervisors thereby saving 800 per fear Above all let the poople have some voice In the changing of roads in4 the opening of new ones There have been chances macbjdn bhfstorecinct that nine nut nf avai v fen yotsfli would have opposed did teyhad the opportunity Public roads are public property and are notliiJFpo6ed tp be or penonal benefit or personal gain Thereby compelfflbjf bt hands that have worked their lx days to work more to change Vpot rbfU to a bad one We ahoejirbegln to think of the Jttm question - as it most be Battled next year either with a tax altogether fri Without any tax alfaH -- Yrititicr 1TmtVsti a h1a 1 vs ltn ATlfl hatti a t HaivAiis Iia anil Stable Von become forgotf l morose ana ueeponuenii niounes ana pimples uukuu eyes vrriunieu race sioopms fnnn and downcast countenanoo reveal tho blight of your existence 250000 CURED D S ROtfEftJS Jr AB KY President s HARDINSBURG WECURE VARICOCELE No matter bow serious your caso may pe or now long sou ma yhavo had it our LEATMENT will 3W METHOD euta It Tho wormy veins return to their normal oondltlon and hence the sexual organs receive proper nourish ment The organs beoomo vitalised all unnatural drains or lows ceuse and Ho temporary inanlr powers return benefit Dut a permanent cure assured NO OlltK NO VAY NO OPKRA TLON frEiEtWAllY No DBTKN IS YOUR FENGE AN a m Jg llll SH a f n I II i TIOK IUOM MBIKHSS T CURES GUARANTEED We treat anil eure SYPHILIS EMIriSIONrf OLKET IMPOTHNCY STAlrtOBK YAHIOOCELR SEMI I LOSSES UliADUEllMD KID TUiieams CO N8ULTXT10N BE MOOKBFHKE CIIAUOlffl MO iDEllATK If unable to call write for a Qltirmo IN 1JLANK for g J w iB WBB f ii t f f I t i t i t iiii stttt t m T t i Is it an old pfeket affair A Does it detract f raw the beauty ol jrajup 9 ni ii m w - H V i DUKES Held from last week I lMM a 3 1 IIBMBM V TUSAlillSNT M drs Kennedys K erg an 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O aw W aff a iWifM aWI 1WA MAID BALSAM I DltttM ad XfCMOm ta luk IrreoutM alBiarUet iy -A tAAkft tm ompm fxmzvABsnss a U4t Bir uim growth at thie pl9ft en ThHdy night Very warm la Cheapest bciiii9 it Is Best ItlaUwir bwtinelt Is Choarwet Corn is earing very regular Chintz HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL and adds beautv to anv nlaeo Its good points are Beauty Light t bug is working on it Construction Strength Durability and its Lasting Qualities It w bulltonBolentlQeprlivi U Every partof itjtoaiyBUl I bsVJIT KXaA nVt Considerable hub timber is being tho other part There Ib no Btralu and ten years after it Is iUlLQ wvww when toiT75TWalatit Am n are no nana to rot no parts to WMfflQ pi hauled from here to Hawesvllle u think llmr m- - UBA I artistically clous lew wr-h-n- expensive Iron fences aBddMl iwiToKiniii BwrvatL ful presents i Mrs Emma loom of Blackford Is vis u uu VMlbM emblain or houwkeepIrHrhave s ivan timm Whiitw feat KiBs Cltr iting relatives here this week vderwwUot Jler Haxal Harbin oi Louis r on arrlviatr r i mhmhm begin a seriea of meetings in ww vVfttr Uv t T I Il- - II iiinimi--niliii--i- ii MHn HMMM -- MHMMB MMMVW WM lawn Are you ashamed el 19 - riifrin i iriT n iiitIii- - Ii so yen bad MrtUr ueeiue to kaye a sew oho put HJt ii 4 i realflyl -- i dl -P L MtaiW s- tr kLiirrZL 9AflIEl2b wsr pBg WwrFJiHtia- mimsn rr5 - sir mmmmmmmmmmmmmm W 1 CLEAN WEEP A THOROUGH CLEARING UP OF SUMMER AND I 1 gjarXE ILL11 rC ALL SALEABLE MERCHANDISE 3D D A YS Thurday August 3rd to Saturday September 2nd seect goods from a well bought and well kept stock in this section as you have learned to knbw from your 1 Month A 1 11Ii Fh TP T IlL-- flJ 1 J1h 1 1 f I im4mIJ A1 Ih F week-to-wee- A stock that has no superior k purchases Xu Sweeping Reductions on a Great Many Articles Every stroke of our clearing broom will send out merchandise that cannot be bought at other times for less than from 25 to 50 per cent more It will be a great saving for you but every sale must be made ever brought to this county We must make room for this enormous stock and offer some great bargains Our buyer will start for the east Sept 20th to buy the largest stock FOR CZjLi 3 TT JEzL All calicoes reduced to 4c Clothing c before buying Get our prices on Dry Goods Notions NO COUPONS GIVEN DURING THIS CLEARANCE SALE SHELFvlAN cc M vO rzRrmsrGi TOiLT iktz Re- Â¬ tieiiej brick7 1899 10 1 77 KENTUCKY CROP REPORT BATTLETOWN Will Accept The Nomination For presentative MALARIA ANTIDOTE Condition of Crops and Live Stock August 1st Replies wore received this month from 160 correspoAdenta representing counties WHEAT r The only feature of importance nected with the wheat crop outside of the Htate is the damage tospring wheat by dry hot winds causing premature ripening and shriveling of the berry This is especially true of the crop in the States of North Dakota South Dakota end Minnesota The full extent of the injury will not appear until threshing begins but it is thought will have a marked effect on what was a promising crop a few weeks ago Frequent menÂ¬ tion of Injury from rust and smut is also con- Â¬ made from thoso States w v Wc In Kentucky threshing has progressed very little interruption during July Implies to tjueetion Has yield from re- Â¬ thresher equalled expectations yea and 118 ana Xh answers sulted in Keplleato question Qual- Â¬ W8Wno Rive 67 ans Â¬ ity good average or bad wers jHjod 45 answers average and Â¬ 3f tinewera bad Reports of bad qual counties containify some mainly from leg uauoh river bottom land where the flap suffered injury from rust The question Are farmers marketing ellcted 43 wjfeat freely as threshed aaeweJa the affirmative and 92 in the akatiye To the same question on this yea and aki of 1806 18 answered With M4Kao average prleeof No 1 wheat is 654 mte mx bushel The average price nathja data for past throe years was 1VW te 187 im 4Ge daria July has d fti ttpady atfsaM the ewaorop The dry aaaaiiirabljr fa duratloa pefeod eeelVlBK beatfloial eoaaMm eoaie bowne o July SOth aad Slat while is Others rellaWflK raise did sot fall until 30th and et la theee eewallee the iu jury to early eeraJe probably Impartible LaiiWnle wondeiruUy inpraved wave Mia awl with a eoatiouAtiofi of aeaso able weaiter will ak a fair erop The condition for the Mate aoaaet 1st at otnupaieMk the event yean u 19 The dta tri4 WRIT 1 More wedding rumors afloat Mioa Ellen Oreer is quite indisposed at this writing B O Thompson and Ben Daily went to Brandenburg Saturday D O Thompson and Miaa Ellen Greer went to Paynesville Friday Lota of rain last weok and a violent thunder storm last Wednesday morning affected by drouth The late replant has mado no growth and the stand is very Daviess Cunningham our popular poor and uneven The hot weather and traveling salesman was here last week absence of moisture has caused the Messrs Neafus and Aehcraft of Qua which will ton drove a fine herd of sheep through plant to grow spindling materially interfere with the quality this place last week However a number of counties report Misses Effle and Ebbie Haynes visited the crop wonderfully revived by recent their sister Mrs Annie Haynes at Flat rains and a continuation of seasonable Rock Thursday night weather may do niuoh to Improve what Rev J B Haynes has returned from a at present is a decidedly poor prospect visit to his son Edward Haynes of Kirk Danger from frost may be apprehended Breckenrldge county for that portion of crop just beginning Station A hard wind storm swept through this to grow Worms do not appear to be troublesome as yet The average con- Â¬ section Friday night and blew off a dition August 1st is GO a falling off of 10 good many apples but no violence points since July 1st The condition heard of August 1st for past three years was There are numerous cases of sickness Drs 1808 83 1707 01 and 1800 87 The in this community mostly fevers three sections of the State show follow-Â¬ Burch and Hardeefy are faithful atten ing conditions as of this date Western dants and are using their utmost skill to 73 central 07 and southeastern 07 exterminate the disease HJCMP Mack Thompson formerly one of our The hemp growing district was the popular merchants left us last Monday center of the drouth area consequently for 8chooner Point Ind where he has the effect on hemp ia more marked than embarked in the merchants trade We on any other crp The condition on wish him success in his enterprize August 1st averages 65 whereas on July It is being announced in the papers let it was 03 The condition August 1st that Hon W J Bryanis comiDg to Ken- Â¬ for past three years was for 1808 84 tucky and will speak for Goebol in thti coming campaign Another illustratioa 1807 70 and 1800 05 of the ofd saying birds of a leather will UKAOOWS PASTURES AMD UVX STOCK Yiold from timothy meadows com- Â¬ flock together pared with average years Is 82 The Our Society awakened from a two quality Is much below the average Fu Â¬ weeks repose last Sunday by the unit Â¬ tures were badly dried up during the ing la matrimony of Mr Uamuel Ben drouth aad even yet in seme counties Rett and Mies Wildls Haynes at the are but little improved The condition home of the bride We Wish them both August let is 84 On JulylBt the con- Â¬ a long happy and contented life dition was 08 Frank Oreer one of our enterprising Live etook is In Rood condition notÂ¬ young married meBt contemplates erectÂ¬ withstanding the dry weather No epi Â¬ store hogs at this plaee Our ing a new demics are reported other than hog little point is building up and I think average oholera ia a law eoaatles The we will have a town here yet because tioaditionls 01 whteh la quite satisfac Â¬ you know great oaks from little acorns tory under the advene eoadiUoaa preÂ¬ grow vailing Henry Stiff has the most remarkabe Apples promise a snail wop of Inferior potato erop you ever beard of He saye abuadaat hi the erep that they bays qeality rala has ieUea plow pushed the fence from Its feuadatton Where eaifielet Wheeaa beat that- - D 0 Thespwa B for wheat Is Wag rapMlypaebed also eays that the eeeoad row la bis po Â¬ large aereagn nod the outlook ia for a tato patoh pushed bis garden palling Lucas Mooaa down mnslaeloiier of Aaricultur V Â¬ I Ouster Aug 10 1809 of Breckenrldge county To the voters HUGHES TONIC Â¬ MMMMMM Thepeoplos party in convention on SPLENDID OENERAL TONIC July 24 having nominated me as their NOTE The Now formula is very palcandidate to represent this county in the next Legislature and without asking it atable and more effective than Quinine of them I hereby extend my thanks for the honor conferred upon me I take Played Out If Run Down Promotes this method of notifying them that I just whut you need Ileulthy Appetite Strengthens shall accept the nomination I will make as good a fight as I can You will feel better after second dose and if elected will represent the peoplo I TRY of the county to the best of my ability Better than Quinine because It Again thanking the party for the honinvig- Â¬ or and hoping to get a share of the votes regulates Liver and bowels orates the wholesystem at the November election I am It will do the work no after depre-Â¬ Yours as ever ssionno buzzing ears or deafness Geo Harmed CERTAIN CURE The Farm Journal is choke full of For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed gumption and has the largest circulation AT DRUGGISTS of any farm paper in the world It is good everywhere We offer it for a short Dont accept any Substitute 50c and 100 Bottles time as a prize to advance paying sub-Â¬ scribers to the Bekckenmdqk Nxws a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the CO balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 ROBINSON PETTET Incorporated and 1003 nearly five years all for the LOUISVILLE KY prico of our paper alone m 4c 8c 13o IT Â¬ I have decided to change my business and will now close out my stock of Mer- Â¬ chandise Now is the time to get bar- Â¬ gains Below are some prices Ladies Shoes 75c to 1 75o to 1 Misses Shoes 20 to 50c Baby Shoes 1 to 2 Genta shoes 40o to 150 Gents Hate Boys Hata25o to 9100 5 to 80 White Goods Dimities and Lawns Calicoes 80 8 to 4c Best Indigo Blues Good Ticking Best Ticking Overalls double front Gents fine shirts 25 to Childrens Hose MisseB Good Hose Bicyclo hose best mado QUEENSWARE AT A 40o 76o 5c 8c 15c BARGAIN Spoke And Voted Against It Garfield Ky Aug 12 1800 Editor Nkwb Dear Bin I saw in your paper a short time after the Fiscal Court last spring that the Koad tax carried without a discentlug voice John that statement is circulating in the district and ia doing me an injury You will please correct that statement as you know I spoke and also voted against said tax so please and oblige your friend Yours Respectfully Wu Camion Dont TuUcco Spit istl Saioh Tour Uf Awi To quit tobacco eajlljr and forever I mac oetlo full or life nerve ana vluor take wonder worker tbot make weak men ltrong All druvsUU Wo or II Ouresuann toed Dooklet and sample tree Address Sterling- - Remedjr Co Chlcaco or Hew York la ouy YOU OTHER THINGS CHEAP IN PROPORTION GET MORE In theTwio-A-Wi- Gome and and see men If you owe me on account or note it must be settled ija thirty days or it will be put out for col lectioii Otkrppr tt pabllthed CoumK quantity both In quality and TounNthn PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS equal - Th matter mora cooa clan matter than any othtr Ia suad VdnoJay and Saturday A good commia- Write to TwicaWuk Coumii TouBHAtli the all of many dalliat aad the iaprlor ofAJU othor t mum Hill The Big Reunion at Evanavllle The Reunion to be held at Evanavllle Oct 10 13 has grown to such proportions that it will undoubtedly be the greatest gathering ever held in the state Presi Â¬ dent McKinley will be there a commit- Â¬ tee having already been to see him A CQURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEUEK A X Kineheloe HARDINSBURG KY --r- you can arr at 1 -- A committee composed of Mayor Akin Oapt Lee Howell and Oapt Win Field will leave for the south next week to in- Â¬ vite the Governors et the southern states Gen Gordon Gen Stephen D Leeb Mississippi A J West of Georgia Ex Governor Jones of Alabama aad many ought to know that when suffer- - other pftrtlei pauta of the civil war Very low rates will be taade ea all the trouble that iiMr Kidaey rllroS aad etearabeat Hues aeitttary uy vtltt There will be iee and Friae lrtW an a Bairn II be among the attraotieoa BiBreekenridge News Attn Twice-a-Wee- k in n Courier Journal Both Oae Year for ONLY Breckenridge News U r3 1 Only AltwUeritM flfftr IMKt la Ml I 2S Worms Fur 20 Ytars For aeie by VERMIFUGE aroojn F BALLARD t Ijn WHITES CREAM rfWWW wob -- aaA iMltiiM Wit MY JKXuX 4AMK9 w mi R felaoar Olowport Ky -- - - - wvnmn nw lmitH-j-i- m ii nfrii i ill llaWWtfli urtWW- - MTU A X ON AND AFTER DEPARTURE to close SEPTEMBER 15th WELL SELECTED 1899 WE WILL CARRY A OF STOCK Goods out ARE DETERMINED jl Tinware Queensware and Glassware and our entire bargainsDry Look at Notions Groceries Hardware theseprices line of offer some Ladies and Gents Z INCLUDES THE DRY GOODS All light Calico 3 l 2o yard formerly 4c yard All dark Calico 4o yard formerly 6c PorcalcB 5c Go 8c formerly 7 l 2c 9c 10c yard Piques 10c lie 12c formerly 12Jo 15c 170 yard Table Linens 30c 40c 50c formerly 40 50 G5c yd Flannels 20c 25o 30c formerly 30c 40o 50c yard Toweling 5Jc GJc 8o formerly 7c 8c 10c ynrd Lonsdale and Masonvillo Cotton 7c formerly 74o GROCERIES formerly 10c Extra quoligfjlmon 12o formerly 20o Good quality Brtimon 8c formerly lOdPino Applyplicod and Grated 15o formerly 20c Grand Paf8oap 4c formerly 5c and Gold Dust 4c formerly 5c Black Popper grain or ground 16c formerly 20o Green Tea 30o 45c and G5c pound formerly 40c GOc and 80o pound Arm Hammer Soda 4o package formerly 5c All Groceries reduced in proportion Rub-No-More -- HARDWARE inch Strap Hinges 8c pair forlnorly 10c 8 ihoh Strap Hinges lOo pair formerly 16c Door Hinges 8o pair formerly 10c Screws all sizes 1 l 2o dozen formerly 3o dozen 0 Furnishing floods FOLLOWING LINES Quart Can Sap 8c Mens Fancy Shifts Mens Working Shifts Ladies and Gents Shoes Clothing Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Underwear Corsets Gloves Laces complete une or Embroideries Watches Clocks and Jewelry Door Locks 20c each formerly 25c 1 Pad Locks 7c formorly 10 cents yard All goods in this department at and below cost Wo havo a full line of Hardware that must bo dis Â¬ posed of A largo stock of nails at cost Glassware and Queensware Tea Cups and Saucers 20c 35c 40o set formerly 25c 40c and 60c Plates 80c and 40c set formerly 40c and 50c Wash Bowls and Pitchers GOc 85c 8100 formerly 75c 8100 and 125 Tumblers 10c and 40c formerly 20c and 50c Goblets 25c 30c 35c set formerly 30c 40c 60c Lamp Chimneys 4c formerly 5c TINWARE All these lines must be dis- Â¬ posed of We are going out 4 G quart covored buckets 8c formorly 10c quart covered buckets 10c formerly 15c of tliem and if you want 8 quart covered buckets 15c formorly 20c SI il bargains for the next 30 days come and get them Wash Pans 4c formorly 5c Pie Pans 3o formerly 5c Pudding Pans 4c and 8c formorly 6o and 10q 11 A largo lot of granite ware at reduced prices S Pi cc THE BRICK7 News ance counties in Indiann The business men of Angola the county seat are giving public testimony to the fact that WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1899 business is much better and more of it dono on a cash basis than ever before BEWLEYVILLE There is now no representative from Steuben county in Indiana Reformatory Mrs Lora Si pes is visiting her relatives and only two in the Indiana prison and they were sent bofore the saloons were hero banished It is said rarely is there an The August school question is up for occupant of the county jail discussion fUliflEfroUTeCIarkBon continues to 5 Breckenridge G N Lyddan proprietor of the Mt Miss Ora Walton after an absence of several months with hor sister Mrs Dr Maple Stock Farm at Irvington has just Ray of Rome Ky returned home last returned from the Lexington Fair He purchased some very fine shoit horn Wednesday cattle Kentucky only got ono premi- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Lilt Glnrkson and her guest Miss um on cattle while Indiana Illinois Maymo Barnard havo gone to spend a and Ohio were more fortunate When with confidence to havo an excellent own you may have it for 25 cts few weeks with Miss Ellen Owsley of it came to the hoss show Kentucky term The strong oppoaftion of the Catholic Burksville Ky lead them all Thoa Cain went round hy Irvington Church to intemperance ia thus stated Jo3s Horrell of Cecilia came Sunday Mr Lyddan was exceedingly well paid for Miss Annie Leo Bandy to go to the in a personal letter of Pope Leo XIII to and was tbo guest of Miss Daisy Meador for his trip and gained many valuablo Freedom meeting Archbishop Ireland as follows Above He was accompanied home by his Bister ideas relative to the careing of cattle MIbs Mary Peyton ot Falls of Rough all we have rejoiced to Icara with what Miss Georgie who has been visiting and farming Mr energy and zeal by means of various ex frionds here is the truest of her grandparents cellout associations and and Mrs L P Hardaway especially Steam Ferry through the Catholic Total Abstinence Red Hot From the Onn Miss Alberta Drury and brothers Thoa of our progressive citizens are Some Was the ball that hit G B Steadman contemplating the building or the pur Â¬ and Wathen arrived at homo Saturday Union you combat the destructive vice or intemperance Nor can we sufficiently of Newark Mich in the Civil War It from a visit to relatives at Brandenburg chasing of a steam yacht to be used in praise the prelates of the United States caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment the ferry trade between here andTobins Misses Ray and Gladys McAfee have who recently in the Plenary Council of helped for 20 years Then Bucklena port Should this movement prove a returned from a months visit to the uaiutnore with weightiest words con Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts ofMisses Btltb to their home in Louis- demned this abuse declaring it to bo a Bruises Burns Bolls Felons Corns success the cost - fen age will be reduc- Â¬ ed one half villeperpetual incentive to sin and a fruitful Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Messrs Overton Blanford Davfd Har root of all evils plunging the families of 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold Oone Back daway and quite a number of other intomporate into the direst ruin and by Short Haynes Druggists Will S Bowmer left Monday for New young men attended the Freedom meet drawing numberless houIb down to ever- Â¬ York He has been at home nearly two lasting perdition lngSanday POINT WEST months visiting his parents and for the W H Cain Jr has accepted a poti Uolden Hon recuperation of his healh He is much Irvington Ho tlon wltn Jolly Cain at A now girl at the home of A B improved and will resume his duties Farm Journal for the balance ol 1899 Collam hoped to sell goods to all his old custom- with the Continental Tobacco Go and all of 1900 1801 1902 and 1103 near sis and many new ones Mrs Daniels is visiting her mother ly live years to every subscriber who The Masonic Order will have special Mrs Applegato Qood Preacher for the WOjrk In the Third Degreee Saturday will ray one year In advauce A number of our young people enjoy Rey J D Hedrlck of Maungo Ind Eyery member Is especial Bbkckknkidok Nkws No betler farm ed a hayride Monday ovoning --feat HHb Is in the city stopping with Elder Beare paper than the Farm Journal This off ly reqtiaeted to be present Little Fanny Shearer is spending this He has the Christian church at that er Is only made to a limited number Mfesee Ada and Mrra Hanks have week with her grandparents place and is a man ot strong mind He comu forward gov to Laredo Texas to teach in the the drat who Miss Bessie Long has returned home preached to a large congregation last Mittiofi sehoolat that place These are evening alter a Bhort stay in Louisville BIG SPRING two of Breekftsrldge ooantys beat girls Miss Irene Hall of Louisville is visit Missionary Society will Overseers Meeting Tom Hardin returned to Caninalcn ing her grandfather Mr W B Hall M Hot meeting at Brandenburg There was a meeting of the county Wllber Willett of Ekron was the Mrs Owen Gun- - III lut Thursday MWiSJHii Tuesday at Rices overseers of roads ot Mm Elizabeth- Charles Morns came Friday and re Â¬ guest of a fair young lady In our town store They discussed plana and means Sunday mained until Sunday roads throughout the of Improving i narlATf r t li Mrs Starky who baa been very dan Â¬ of Louisville in hero lwpeil county h gerously ill wllll typhoid fever Is Im Â¬ Meyer 51730 oorili proving alowly In Uron Jiavlng Gloverport to Atlantic OHy andj elurn Mlsa Judith Miller of Clovernort As1 Ohio railroad on AW pent Friday In our town enroute home via Chepeake 17th Tickets limited to Aug SI ca pvi Urayaou 8prlngs frJtole cones Beekman of Louisville will Above an lecture In the hair Aug 24th of u mil t opening Lhilospphy pi Love I Ob bate been ehangea mi a number of our young people n jmMm woald have opposed JW for Infanta and Children pleasantly entertained last roads am public property and are no Tha KIreJ You Have Always Bought Ipg by Miss Withers ban or pemonal gain Thereby com to a brt Ofl R ugbter of Charlie Stanton six davs to worjernore to change a Bears the question We shosJFbiln to think of the nstoft ba witttJV was Interred la Pleasant -i-gnatare ry last Sunday afternoon mxi year either with a tax altogether fllhout any tax arM Â¬ that the little book by Charles Sheldon entitled What Would Jesus Do has reached the extraordinary sale of three Freedom Sunday million copies in Eugland This is cerMrs Mary Jordan is at home from a tainly a wouderful book and one that pleasant visit to friends in the city keeps your attention from begining to Miss Maud Williams a little lady from nd Besides being interesting it is of the city is visiting Maggie Blanche Jol- - great spiritual benefit to its readers and ly I could do you no greater favor than in Our school promises well Wo hope duce you to read it Get a copy for your John Cox ijRay Keith took Miss Monnie Hunter Mrs i les8W P SHELMAN sonville for a strangulated hornia last Sunday The patient at this writing is doing well Charles Calvert and wife Louisville are here the guest of Mrs Julia Clark son A protracted meeting will begin here at the Baptist church the third Sunday of this month Borney Sclomon and family of Vine Grove spent Sunday hero the guests of II Meyer and wife On last Saturday Linsay CO Â¬ RVHsTC3 TOIsr with a roVToutteiT pneriubTtrlumr51i while the great doors slowly swing to and aro solemnly locked for tho night Then right about turn and the proÂ¬ cession marches back to tho convent to deposit tho koys in tho governors keep- Â¬ ing conveying by Its passu go an assur Â¬ ance to tho pcoplo and garrison that tboy may rest In peace Onco tho gates aro shut It wero eas ier for a camel to pass through tho oyo of a ncodlo than for any unauthorized person to go Into Gibraltar Even u bo lated officer returning from pig stick- Â¬ ing beyond tbo lines would be con- Â¬ fronted by so many formalities and tbo necessity of Inconveniencing so many high personages that ho would prob- Â¬ ably prefer to encounter tbo discom- Â¬ fort of a Spanish Inn without Â¬ lllE The parents have the sympathy entire community of the evening a croquet TIPS FROM CROOK8 How the Dank of England Get Val Â¬ uable Information party was given by Miss Jessie Hall and the following who were present reported a grand time Misses Fannie and Julia Fanny Jessie Hall Nellie and Linda Shuts Ida Williams Messre Bert Meffert Henry Boden Will Meffert of Louis of Louisville Mabel Withers and Ada LewiB Libby Taylor vis- - It is stated in the Yonths Companion ville T C Williams Wm Walker Tom Linsay Sam Hays Dr Dink and Will One of our young ladies will Boon be Taylor bd to the Hymenal altar by a Washing- Â¬ Â¬ ton county gentleman Purchases Short Horn Cattle measures ore tahon to protect treasure from the robbers and burglars says the New York Press Sonic of the Institu- Â¬ tions pay cash for Information of and In some cases from the criminals themselves The Bank of Englands yearly budget always contains an expense item I due to such outlays The first experiment of the kind dates back to 1850 when the directors of the bank listened to a star- Â¬ tling proposition made by a ditch dig- Â¬ ger The laborer told the directors that he had discovered a new and unsuspected method of getting into the collar vaults where the gold and stlTcr bars were kept All torts of odd incidents occur In Eng Â¬ lands banking clrclos where strictest Dumas mtifettitniililMfWitios J porun ulal flow of fine spirits has been told A gcntlcmnr calling on tho creator of Moate Crlsto had been ushered into a room adjoining tho hosts studio tho servant telling him to go in as M Du mas was alono At that moment says the narrator 1 heard a loud burst of laughter from tbo Inner apartment so I said I would booner wait until monsieurs visitors are gone ho Is Monsieur has no visitors working remarked tho servant with Monslour Dumas very often a smile Jaughs llko this whllo at his work It was truo enough the novelist wna alone or rather in company with ono of his characters at whoso sallies ho was simply roaring Â¬ DITCH DiaOER KNTKIUNO TUB DANE VAULT 07 KNO-I-A- - Wn4s and that he would sell his secrot to them The directors hesitated be- Â¬ for money lieving that they had taken every precau- Â¬ tion agalust loss from tha vaults in put- Â¬ ting up heavy masonry with plenty of iron bars ana by manning tho building with armed watchmen But finally they granted the man who seemed to talk fairly a chance to try his plan and a night was named for the undertaking At the appointed time a committee ot the director descended to the cellar and heard a peculiar scratching sound under their feet Two hours later the floor opened and the ditch digger bobbed up serenely like the evil spirit in tbe spee tacblar drama All around them lay bars of precious metal totaling in value 8 000000 The man explained satisfactorily bowit was done and as a reward the directors assured him an income for life ou an investment ot 10000 The crook was content and it is believed he remained honest ever afterward Â¬ Many years ago when quite a young man during a rebellion Count Ito was biding from his enemies who having tracked him to his house sent a band of sohsls to assassinate him On hearing his enemies approaching and trapped llko a rat In Its hole the count drow his sword and prepared to die but tho countess whispered Do not dlo there is bono still and removing tho hlbntchl or firebox and lifting up tho rants and tho planks beneath she Induced her husband to conceal himself In tho hollow space which ex Â¬ ists under tho floors of all Japanceo houses The murderers broke Into tho room Just as the firebox bad boon replaced and domanded of tho countess tjbolr victim In vain thoy threatened and cruelly 111 treated hor dragging her about tbo room by hor long black hair But It was of no avail Thoy could not shako her rceoluto fidelity Thanks to hor courage Count Ito escaped and has lived to glvo to his country a now con- Â¬ stitution and becorao ono of tbo greatest statesmen of modern Japan I otton wonder when I Boo tho countess now a delicate gray haired llttlo lady at tho courage and presence ot mind that Â¬ Coaateaa Itos Oraverr times a deaf man gives an answer which makes a wonderfully closo hit although bo has totally mlsundciH stood the question Is your sons brldo a pretty girl asked an old lady of a penurious and very deaf old gontloman whoso son had recently married tho daughter of a prosperous grocer No sold tho old man calmly sh6 Isnt but sbo will bo when her father Somo Â¬ In Hia Ejem dies ginning Exegl tnonumontum ooro pe began as follows rennluB Exegl monumentum I have eaten a mounAb said one of the examluers tain yo needna proceed any further for after eaten sic a dinner this parish wad bo a pulr raouthf u t ye Yo maun try some wider sphere Poet Lore Â¬ Eaten a Mountain of tho caustic humor of a Scotch examiner floats this way from wo know not whore It scorns that Scotch parish Schoolmasters are op their appointment examined as to tholr literary qualifications One of tbo fraternity being called by his ex aminer to translate Horaces ode bo A good examplo Â¬ she displayed at that critical moment of her life Cornhlll Magazine Onco tar CASTOR cf6v A l Perhaps tho favorite sight of Gibraltar Is the dally procession at sundown for the locking or the town gates Tbo beeper of the keys looking very like a prisoner despite his uniform roarcnea through the town In the center of a mllltnry guard preceded by a regi mental band which plays Inspiring and familiar tunes The keys of enorÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ IioektBB Up atQIfcraltar The Idiocy of Soma Ideas In tho joyous springtime casually romarked tho man with tbo Ingrowing chin I throw a rug on tho grass plot beneath my window Days flow by as days will and I picked It up again to find that the healthy green of luxuriant growth had given way to the sickly yellow of death and docay Just so It Is ray boy when the brain Is cov ored over with tho rug of old fashioned ideas From Infancy I was taught by my preceptors to glvo useful presents not Billy gewgaws that would last but the moniont Thus was tbo rug throws over the green of ray gray matter bo that today I havent got sense enough left to follow the plot of a farce Â¬ com-ndy- She Will Over It Young Mr Justwed My darling why areyou crylug Young Mrs Justwed 1 have Jus read Here upo Uool that all the we loves a lover Harry swear to use tk you do oot reciprocate their horrid fectlonsl -- Philadelphia North Aim can an m mous size Of ai f an nft ffuardlng outJUiijtii1 lwfi11 are borne -- The Worat Hvesr BUI Is be buyl honestly If dat feller wua gola commit murder hed do it Is New Yl state sos be eotild sit down when died Kansas City lBdpeadat Barge Patty Miss Marlon Bowaaer gave la hoMori ber visitors Mifsea Lula Read of Ben ton aad Jean Todd of oHreMboro Frf day evajBtag aa ealoyable bcrge patty unto What In the name or1 began the ap astonished listener Tbew were BoatethlBg near tw en ty 1 Simply this my boy I save ray best aboard which mads tha oceaslou ntt girl nothing but useful nrmJtJUMlffef B1Ak l ar whim i WBrB nautHuMy ans m w imuK trait my uae-- rv i uii iIyivnujr EWffVBHj Fwrpreseiua nave given them a krt fa housekeeping isnt lt City Independent Burgling tr te J I icrirrii Mm mil Ks o MMmiMAa a m 4nvalinUna trlk un oMgM teMBHSC2 iW i wvi Hr Aniut Dm Am MMjJMj4r maffWUlSa V9P MiMMiHIki rsv IMMMMnUH DEPARTURE ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 15th 1899 i k WE WILL CARRY A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF AE ARE DETERMINED to close out our entire line of Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Look at these prices Tinware Queensware and Glassware and offer some bargains Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods INCLUDES DRY GOODS All light Calico 3 l 2c yard formerly 4c yard All dark Calico 4o yard formerly 6c Percales 5c Gc 8c formerly 7 l 2c 9c lOo yard PiqueB 10c lie 12c formerly 12Jc 15c 17 Jcyard Table Linens 30c 40o 50c formorly 40 50 05b yd Flannels 20c 25c 30o formorly 30c 40c 50c yard Toweling 5c GJc 8c formerly 7Jc 8c 10c yard Lonsdale and Masonvillo Cotton 7c formerly 7jo All goods in this department GROCERIES Quart Can Syrup 8c formorly 10c Extra quality Salmon 12o formerly 20o Good quality Salmon 8c formorly 10or Pino Apple slicod and Grated 15o formorly 20o Grand Pas Soap 4c formerly 5o and Gold Dust 4c formorly 5c Black Pepper grain or ground 15c formorly 20o Greon Toa 30o 45c and 05c pound formorly 40c GOc and 80o pound Arm Hammer Soda 4o package formerly 5c All Groceries reduced in proportion Rub-No-Mo- re -- HARDWARE inch Strap Hinges 8c pair formorly 10c 8 inch 8trap Hinges lOo pair formerly 16c Door Hinges 8o pair formerly 10c Screws all bizob 1 l 2c dozen formorly 8c dozen 0 THE FOLLOWING LINES Mens Fancy Shirts Mens Working Shirts Ladies and Gents Shoes Clothing Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Underwear Corsets Gloves Laces EmbrOiderieS and a Complete Line of Watches Clocks and Jewelry Door Locks 20o each formorly 25c yard Pad Locks 7c formerly 10 cents Wo have a full line of Hardware that muBt bo posed of A largo stock of nails at cost dis- Â¬ at and below cost Glassware and Queensware Tea Cups and Saucers 20c 35c 40c set formerly 25c 40c and 50c Plates 30c and 40o set formerly 40c and 60c Wash Bowls and Pitehere GOc 85c 8100 formerly 75c 100 and 125 Tumblers 10c and 40c formerly 20c and 50c Goblets 25c 30c 35c set formerly 30c 40c 60c Lamp ChimneyB 4d formerly 6c TINWARE All these lines must be dis- Â¬ 4 quart covorod buckets 8c formerly 10c M i i- xt iS -- posed of We are going oxit of them and if yon want bargains for the next 30 days come and get them quart covered buckets 10c formerly 15o 8 quart covered buckets 16c formorly 20c G Wash Pans 4c formorly 5 c Pie Pans 3c formerly 6c Pudding Pans 4c and 8c formorly 5c and 10c A large lot of granite ware at reduced prices sods jBBW a SHELMAN THE BRICK iftfttftg03ftftesittsftftft0ft cc 37 CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 51 rK riiTCTOisr zkts Dumas ma6CnffiiifernHf nv01 poiun nlal flow of fine spirits has been told creator of gontlemar calllnp on Then right about turn and tho pro- AMonto Crlsto had beenthe ushered Into cession inarches back to tho convent to tho deposit tho keys In tho governors keep a room adjoining tho hosts studio Dutelling him to go in as M ing conveying by its passago an assur- Â¬ servant mas was alone ance to tho pcoplo and garrison that At that moment says the narrator 1 they may rest In peace heard a loud burst of laughtcrfrom too Onco tho gates nro shut It wero easinnor apartment so I said ier for a camel to pass through tho oye I would sooner wait until monsieurs of a nccdlo than for any unauthorized visitors are gone person to go Into Gibraltar Even a be Monsieur has no visitors bo Is lated officer returning from pig stick- working remarked the servant with ing beyond tho lines would bo con- a smile Monslour Dumas very often fronted by so many formalities and tho Jaughs llko this whllo at his work necessity of inconveniencing so many It was truo enough the novelist was high personages that ho would probalone or mthor in company with ono ably prefer to encounter tho discomof his characters at whoso Rallies ho fort of a Spanish inn without was Blmply roaring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 10 1899 AUGUST BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Lora Si pes ia visiting her relatives here The August school question in up for discussion jOttiissMonfeClarkson continues to vis- IgMrs John Cox i Ray Keith took Misa Monnie Hunter Freedom Sunday Mrs Mary Jordan is at home from a pleasant visit to friends in the city Miss Maud Williams a little lady from the city is visiting Maggie Blanche Jol- ly Our school promises well We hope with conildence to have nn excellent ance counties in Indiana The business men of Angola the county seat are giving public testimony to the fact that business is much better and more of it done on a cash basis than over before There is now no representative from Steuben county in Indiana Reformat dry and only two in the Indiana prison and they were sent before the saloons were banished It is said rarely is there an occupant of the county jail It is stated in the Yonths Companion that tho little book by Oharlea Sheldon entitled What Would Jesus Do has reached the extraordinary sale of three million copies in Eugland This ia cer- Â¬ tainly a wouderful book and one that keops your attention from begining to end Besides being interesting it is of great spiritual benefit to its readers and I could do you no greater favor than in duce you to read it Get a copy for your own you may have it for 25 cte Â¬ The strong opposition of the Catholic Church to intomperance ia thus stated in a personal letter of Pope Leo XIII to Archbishop Ireland as follows Above all we have rejoiced to loam with what energy and zeal by means of various ex cellent associations especially and through the Catholic Total Abstinenco Union you combat the destructive vice or intemperance Nor can we sufficiently praloo the prelates of the United States Misses Hay and Gladys McAfee have who recently In the Plonary Council of returned from a months visit to the Baltimore with weightiest words con- Â¬ Misses Stith to their home in Louis-vllldemned this abuse declaring it to bo a perpetual Incentive to sin and a fruitful Messrs Overton Blanford David Har- Â¬ root of all evils plunging the families of daway and quite a number of other intemperate into the direst ruin and young men attended the Freedom meet Â¬ drawing numberless souls down to over ing Sunday lasting perdition W II Cain Jr has accepted a peti- Â¬ Golden Hod tion with Jolly Cain at Irvington He hopes to sell goods to all hia old custom- Â¬ Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 ers and many new ones and all ol 1900 1801 1002 and 1003 near The Masonic Order will have special ly live years to every subscriber who work in the Third Degreeu Saturday will ray one year In advauce for the night 10th Eyery member is especial- Â¬ Brkckkxkidob Nkwb No better farm paper than the Farm Journal ly requested to be present This off Â¬ Misses Ada and Myra Hanks have er is only made to a limited number gone to Laredo Texas to teach In the the first who come forward Mission school at that place Theso are BIG SPRING two of Breckenridge countys best girls The Womens Missionary Society will Tom Hardin returned to Campaign hold district meeting at Brandenburg Aug 24th and 25th Mrs Owen Cun Â¬ III Iwt Thursday ningham ia BeoreUry of the Elizabeth Charles Morris eaine Friday and re town District mained until Sunday Mr Louisa Gallagher of Kansas ro Mrs Dlnklospeil of Louisville In here oently lost her twe sons both of them the guest of Mrs Meyer married men She has many friends in B 8 Olarkson and H Meyers were In Kentucky who will sympathln with ifraudeoburg last Thursday her ia this bereavement Bro Walton ia conducting a protract The Sunday school at this place will ed meeting at Maze Grove 10th Jbav a childrens day picnic Aug fJMn baa returned t the Slaking Creek bridge near Mr StlthtouJames Harnedwas visiting frcm where she Lew Dents There will be a collection Obas Moorman came Friday from that w want to be No 1 and all are requested to bring well filled baskets if CcnatanUne where be Is teaching Dr fltrother was called to Vine Groye It la only fruit Bro Litchfield is ex pected to be there and make a talk for Thursday to see Dr Willis who taUl H8 tod Teaperanee Dra Stroiher and Strioklsr and iWlll BtMbe is the stteageet temper moth opeiated on John Bowels of Iww- Thoe Cain went round by Irvington for Miss Annie Leo Dandy to go to the Freedom meeting Miss Mary Peyton ot Falls of Hough Mr is the guest of her grandparents and Mrs L P Hardaway Misa Alberta Drury and brothers Thos and Wtfthen arrived at homo Saturday from a visit to relatives at liraudenburg eÂ¬ Â¬ term sonville for a strangulated hernia last The parents have the sympathy of the TIPS FROM CR00K8 Sunday The patient at this writing entire community How the Bank of GnRlnnd Qet Val Â¬ is doing well On lost Saturday evening a croquet uable Information party was given by Misa Jessie Hall and Charles Calvert and wife Louisville All sorts of odd Incidents occur In Eng are here the guest of Mrs Julia Olark- Â¬ the following who were present reported lands banking clrclos where strictest a grand time Misses Fannie and Julia measures are tulion to protect treasure son A protracted meeting will begin here Linsay of Louisville Mabel Withers from the robbers and burglars says the at the Baptist church the third Sunday Fanny and Ada Lewis Llbby Taylor New York Press Some of the institu- Â¬ Jessie Hall Nellie and Linda Shuts tions pay cash for information of and In of this month Ida Williams Messrs Bert Meflert some cases from the criminals themBerney Sclomon and family of Vine Henry Boden Will Meffert of Louis- selves The Bank of Englands yearly budget always contains an expense item Grove spent Sunday here the guests of ville T O Williams Wm Walker Tom due to such outlays The first experiment II Meyer and wile LlnBay Sam Hays Dr Dink and Will of the kind dates back to 1850 when the One of our young ladles will soon be Taylor directors of the bank listened to a star- Â¬ tling proposition made by a ditch dig- Â¬ led to the Hymenal altar by a Washing ger Purchases Short Horn Cattle ton county gentleman The laborer told the G N Lyddan proprietor of theMt had discovered a new directors that he Miss Ora Walton after an absence of and unsuspected several months with her sister Mrs Dr Maple Stock Farm at Irvington bos just method of getting into the cellar vaults Hay of Home Ky returned home last returned from the Lexington Fair He where the gold and silver bars were kept purchased some very fine shoit born Wednesday cattle Kentucky only got ono premi- Â¬ Misa Lill Olarkson and her guest Miss um on cattle while Indiana Illinois Mayme Barnard have gono to spend a and Ohio were more fortunate When few weeks with Misa Ellen Owsley of it came to the hoss show Kentucky Burksvllle Ky lead them all Joaa Horrell of Cecilia came Sunday Mr Lyddan was exceedingly woll paid and was tho guest of Misa Datey Meador for his trip and gained many valuable Ho was accompanied home by hia slater ideas relative to tho careing of cattle Miss Georgio who has been visiting and farming friends here Â¬ with a roVToiICfcir pnedu bTTriumpTI whllo tho great doors- - slowly swing to and arc solemnly locked for tho night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Red Hot From the Gun Was the ball that hit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment Then Bucklens helped for 20 years Cures Cuts Arnica Salve cured him Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Steam Ferry Some of our progressive citizens are contemplating the building or tho pur Â¬ chasing of a steam yacht to be used in the ferry trade betwoen here andToblns port Should this movement prove a success the cost of-- fefrage will be reduc- Â¬ ed one half Many years ago when quite- a young mnn during a robclllon Count Ito was hiding from his enomios who having tracked him to his house sent a band of sohsls to assassinate him Oh hearing his enemies npproachlng nnd trapped llko a rat in Its hole tho count drow his sword nnd prepared to die but tho countess whispered Do not dlo there Is hono still and removing or firebox and lifting tho hlbntchl up tho mats and tho plnnka beneath she induced her husband to conceal himself in the hollow space which ex ists under tho floors of all Japanese Â¬ Connteaa Itoe Drarerr Bomotlmes a deaf man gives an an Â¬ swer which makes a wonderfully coso in ni Er ho hit although has totally mtsundcr v stood the question Is your sons bride a pretty girl asked an old lady of a penurious nnd very deaf old gontleman whoso son had recently married tho daughter of a prosperous grocer No said tho old man cahnly sh6 isnt but sho will bo when her father dies A good example of tho caustic humor of a Scotch examiner floats this way from we know not where It seorns that Scotch parish school tnaatora arc Op thoir appointment examined as to thoir literary qualifications Ono of tho fraternity being called by his ex Â¬ aminer to translate Horacos ode be ginning Hxcgl tnonumontum oero pe began as follows rennluB EJxegi monumentum I have eaten a moun- Â¬ Ah said one of the examiners tain ye ncedna proceed any further for after eaten sic a dinner this parish wad bo a pulr mouthfu t ye Yo maurr try some wider sphoro Poet Lore Â¬ Eaten a Mountai- n- houses Will S Bowmer left Monday for New York He has been at home nearly two DITCH DIOOKH EKTEItlNO TUB DANK OF KNQ WEST POINT LAND VAULT months visiting his parents and for the recuperation of his healh He is much and that he would sell his secret to them beA now girl at the home of A B improved The directors and will resume his duties for money they had taken hesitated lieving that every precauuollam with the Continental Tobacco Co tion against loss from the vaults in put Mrs Daniela is visiting her mother ting up heavy masonry with plenty of Iron bars and by manning tho building Mrs Applegate Good Preacher with armed watchmen But finally they A number of our young people enjoy Iter J D Hedrlck of Maungo Ind granted the man who seemed to talk ed a hayride Monday evening fairly a chance to try his plan and a is in the city stopping with Eldor Beare night was named for the undertaking Little Fanny Shearer ia spending this He has the Christian church at that At the appointed time a committee of week with her grandparents place and is a man ot strong mind He the directors descended to the cellar and Miss Bessie Long has returned home preached to a large congregation last heard a peculiar scratching sound under Two hours later the floor their feet evening after a short stay in Louisville opened and the ditch digger bobbed up Misa Irene Hall of Louisville is visit serenely like the evil spirit in the spec Overseers Meeting tacular drama All around tbem lay bars ing her grandfather Mr W B Hall There was a meotlngotthe county of precious metal totaling in value 8 Wllber Wlllett of Ekron waa the 000000 The man explained satisfactoguest of a fair young lady in our town overseers of roads Tuesday at Bices rily bow lt was done and as a reward store Thoy discussed plana and means tho directors assured him an income for Sunday of improving roads throughout the life on an investment of 10000 Tuo Mrs Starky who baa been very danÂ¬ crook was content and It is behoved he county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Cure guaranteed 25 eta a box Sold by Short Haynes Druggists done Back The murderers broke Into tho room Just as the firebox had been roplaccd nnd demanded of tho countess tpolr victim In vain thoy threatened and cruelly treated her dragging her about tho room by her long black hair But it was of no avail They could not shako her resolute fidelity Thanks to her courage Count Ito escaped and has lived to givo to bis country a now constitution nnd becomo ono of tho greatest statesmen of modern Japan I often wonder when I boo tho countess now a delicate gray haired littlo lady at tho courago and presence of mind that she displayed at that critical moment of her life Comhlll Magazine 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eof gerously ill with typhoid fever is im Â¬ 1730 proving slowly Cloverport to Atlantiu City andrelurn Mlas Jrtdith Miller of Cloverport Ohio railroad on Aug spent Friday In our town enroute home via Ohepeake 17th Tickets limited to Aug 3 from Urayaou Springs iUv Beckman oj Louisville will djdlvera lecture Inthe fiaTT Ang 4tb subject Philosophy of Love I mQuKo a number of out young people For Infants and Children were very pleasantly entertained last The KM You Have Always Boaght Friday evening by Mlas Withers The little daughter of Charlie Stanton Bears the Mary Bell was interred In Pleasant Blgaatore of Vew eemetery laet Sunday afternoon remained honest ever afterward CASTOR A UxXJtrZJZZZts I Looking Up at Gibraltar Perhaps tho favorite sight of-- Gibraltar la the daily procession at sundown for the looking of the town gates The beeper of the kojm looking very like a prisoner despite his uniform marches through tho town in tho center of a military guard preceded by a regi mental bond which plays Inspiring and familiar tunes The keys of enor mous size are borne alo rr as an mil ii insure the jMgRy mw KIMtlti MJUMiL ilia Â¬ The Idiocy of Soma Idea In tho joyous springtime casually romarked the man with the ingrowing chin I threw a rug on the grass plot beneath my window Days flev by ns days will and I picked It up again to find that the healthy green of luxuriant growth had given way to the sickly yollow of death and decay Just so it is my boy when the brain la cov ored over with tho rug of old fashioned Ideas From Infancy I was taught by my preceptors to give useful presents not Billy gewgaws that would last but the moment Thus was the rug thrown over the green of my gray matter bo that today I havent got sense enough left te follow the plot of a farce com Onco She Will 2et Over It Mr Justwed My darling why are you crying Young Mm Justwed 1 have just read bore bpo booll that all the worl loves a lover Harry swear to me t you do not reciprocate their borrldra mmmnm factional -- Philadelphia North Ar can Young Vae i7 Burgling Bill Is he lazy W VbbbbbbbibhK honestly If dat filler wot goin commit murder hed do It in New Y state sos he epuld ait down when died Kansas City Independent Went SPver a9HBlP oarg rarty What In tho dame of began the astonished listener Simply this my boy I gave my best girl nothing but useful presents course pdy sbesQaJui41fiflnCf ZTlZl ishave given tham ailf ru - Miss Marlon Bowmer pave ia honor ber visitors Mhse Lul JUd of Ben ton and Jeaa Tod of Oweastoro Fri day evsalsg aa eayabla brg party p tne umo There were aettetbiag sear aboard which made the oeeasloa JHHii wsra aaVS f m milisMIT MWMwa liisekeeplng Independent isnt n saW in afcniaSLwwiniJSlr t 4J2lLIj2a w rnb v JkBtAt A w Vn f js ltr-W- nw- 9mm tat fflfilm Jmm IPlilMtttanV fM U i vM N iiMiftWr