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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f5H i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW ALIi THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT jr VOL XXIV PAEMEB3 ITBTXTXJITH SDraEEOSNT 1 1 I I CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1899 such a manner as to produce a good to- Â¬ bacco crop is of little value to you un Â¬ lets your knowledge of what the market demands is sufficient to enable you to handle your crop advantageously after it is cut And this proposition might be extended until it embraced all branches of your work and indeod the more I con- Â¬ template it the moro convinced am I that I am absoultely correct in asserting that a broader knowledge of subjects in general is necessary to success in farm Â¬ ing than in any other kind or character of work I am f tee to confess I have not this knowledge and could not hope to Bucceed at farming until I acquired it Lawyers Our Merchants Physicians Mechanics and Politicians as a rule have It not and I dare say they could not succeed To be a successful farmer you must be a mechanic for your various ma Â¬ chines must be set up over hauled and kept in order You must have some knowledge of Ge Â¬ ology else your forms will run down and your timber will profit you nothing Your knowled ge of Mathematics must be good for you doubtless in the course of each year have use for every rule in Arithmetic No less great should be your knowledge of Botany for the culti- Â¬ vation of plant life is your daily work You must know something of disease and the properties and application cf remedies else your cattle will not prove profitable You must know something of engin Â¬ eering else the cultivation of your farms will cause them to wash You must be a trader and thoroughly familiar with the markets else you will lose money in disposing of your produce and be Imposed upon in purchasing your supplies You must know something of law for there constantly arise questions between landlord and tenant boundary and sun- Â¬ dry other questions a large percentage of which can be equitably adjusted be tweon you without spending your yearly profits and perhaps more in unprofita- Â¬ ble lawsuits Some of you have acquired this know- Â¬ ledge by experience and some by study and experience If you have acquired it by experience alone you have doubt- Â¬ less found the acquirement of knowledgo expensive those who will acquire it by experience alone will also find it expen- Â¬ sive for experience though an excellent teacher is unquestionably costly To those of you who are ambitious that your children should succeed with Â¬ out relying alone upon experience should each consider himself a commit- Â¬ tee of ono to see to it that the school your child attends is well conducted and well attended That your teacher ia competent That he ia well and prompt- Â¬ ly paid for his services That he feels that you are interested in his work and are in full sympathy with him in his ef- Â¬ forts to teach your child how to think tor that is the key note Your child must be taught to think and unless he ie capable of thinking when be becomes a man he will be of little value Make him go to school every day during the session and make him study If it is necessary for you to work a few hours longer each day in order that your child might go to school a little longer each year you can make no better investment than by doing such additional work Now to aid you who have reached the years of maturity in achieving greater success I know of no hotter plan so far as it goes than meetings and discussions of this character Keep them up take an interest in them participate in the exercises and you will be certain to de- Â¬ rive benefit therefrom to say nothing of the pleasure you must experience from meeting again your old friends and cor- Â¬ dially shaking them by the hand There is an experiment now being made which I heartily advocate and trust will soon be pronounced a success and put in full operation and which will be of inestimable benefit to you and that is the distribution of daily malls throughout the country by means of This will place at your door wagOLB dally papers and magazines the study of which excluding the political rot they contain is an education within itself to men of your age in all the branches of study I have mentioned as well aa those I have failed to call your attention to But I promlsod in the beginning not to detain you long and now returning to my original theme it is my pleasure to say to those of you who are strangers that the relatirnship which exists and has always existed between the citizens o Oloverport and the farmers who sur Â¬ round us and contribute to our welfare is and has always been most friend Â¬ ly and pleasing and this you well know should be the feeling between a town and the surrounding country for we are wholly and solely dependent upon oach other and in this community we live up to a dlvino message by helping one No town can thrive without anothor tho good will and patronago of the far men neither can you thrive without ac- Â¬ cess to some town where your various products can be disposed of and where competlon enables you to got the best prices for your produce and prevents im- Â¬ positions when you are purchasing your supplies On behalf of tho citlzons I represent I can but say that Oloverport feels for you tho doepost interest She rocognizes her dependence upon your good will and patronago Her citizens appreciate that good will they have enioed during the past We appreciate your coming today and it does us good to entertain you to have you in our midst to listen to yuur exercises to see you have a good time to join you in a good old fashion baa ket dinner where we can mingle over the festive boards and fool that we know each other better and are better J0nn having spent this day togother May your convention be prosperous and may you often meet with us I know of no moro cordial manner in which to greet you than to say that the town is at your command and that we are glad to turn it over to you may you have a good and profitable fime while here and may your future be full to over flowing with all the success your at Â¬ tainments ontitle you to and when time has furrowed your brow and your shoul- Â¬ ders are stooped under the woight of years and you have laid aside forever the plow may the morning sun as he arises from his crimson couch in the orient land bathe in golden showers of refreshing light beautiful pastures and green fields that you are ready to leave as a heritage and which your children under you teachings cultivate success- Â¬ fully I thank you NO 7 -- THURSDAY EXCLUSIVELY A Royal Mokes norm BAnmq IHKINCr i i i i the food more delicious and wholesome powo FARMERS DAY eo mw vornc 4 Breckenr idge Meade Hancock and Perry County Agriculturists Meet Together INSTITUTE CONVENED AT THE M E CHURCH They Exchanged Ideas on Successful Crop Building and Good Farming A Sumptuous Dinner Was Beautifully Served in Oelzes New Store Day of Welcome Notes Talks Etc Tho day was supremo Cloverport did horsolf proud The town was turned over oxcluBivoly to the farmers It was their day in Cloverport There were many prominent and enthusiastic agriculturists from Meade Hancock and Perry counties in attendance Dr H M Reid of Minneapolis Minn was present and took a great deal of interest in the Institute Thero were estimated to bo from 400 to 500 farmers in townThe meeting convened at eleven oclock at the Elm Street Metho Â¬ dist church Dr P W Footo as President called the assembled body to order Father Brey pastor of the St Rose Catholic church lead the con- Â¬ gregation in prayer- - It was a most oloquent and appropriate one Miss Ida White s organist rendered Bomo protty music and her valuable service and ability in an undertaking of this nature cannot be - oxcolled Judge Jamep R Skillman delivered the Welcome Address which was fitting to the occasion President P W Footo responded in his oloquent manner with an intellectual paper concerning the object of these meetings and their value to the farmer He showed conclusively how the farmer could if desired rise to a higher plane and by close attontion develop his business upon a pacing basis After his remarks Mr Sam Baker one of Hancock countys most successful raisers of wheat discussed the cultivation of the cereal at length The Institute then adjourned for dinner which was beautifully served in the handsome two story building block of Mr H A Oelze All extend many thanks for Mr Oelzes courtesies It was a dinner and a good one too and the most gratifying part of it there wore no appetiteB left at home It was enjoyed by everyone When it comes to serving a dinner Cloverport knows exactly what to do and does it Ik style with ease and without confusion Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs Edward Oglesby and Miss Addie Ct Ditto committee on entertainment did their work woll Many were hoard to say The citizens of Cloverport are assuredly treating us royally and in style Tho receptidn committee was composed of Mrs J H Rowland Misses Alliono Murray Maggie Bowmer and Elizabeth Skillman and Mr James R Skillman and E O Babbage who mot the delegates at the trains with carriages and escorted them to the ohurch Tho rendition of tho solo at tho morning session by Mrs Eugene Haynos and Mrs J H Rowland was splendid The afternoon session was taken up by tho discussion and reading of papera on the subjects assigned intorsporsed by pretty singing Mrs L T Reid song in her comely way a moBt beautiful song en Soronade Angels accompanied by MiBS Ida White titled with violin obligato by Miss Mamie White which waa beautifully and splendidly rendered Thero Were many on tho programme who fully expected to come bntsjoknesa prevented their coming On this account the minting oloaad at 4 oclock FV Su- Through the hospitality and generosity of A M McCraoken perintendent of he Henderson Route a special train was provided for a trip to the shops rook quarries and other placen of interest The merchants did nobly toward Che success of the Institute and thftix hearty eo operaUon was appreciated Mr J S Wheelgr who in attendance from Rome Ind He is an oW tima Institute man and la thoroughly acquainted with all of its WorJAurj and details He instills life and ambition into a meeting of i VBlJL juwl extended an Invitation to all farmers to attond the Perry yill oonvene some time inDeoembor at Tobina- - KpkJMywtii the right pi Mr J L Henry teeamwr w ferrwppiA V fa S tWwtfeOi ftf HIt r- man in UW reefy and WUMa t duties in raising ueoewury fundi but it eeerned th Institute wa in good financial condition ud a ooUectioit was not taken Itfcv T Jomi lwid tht euiM a with vu pf nJIr4t lrav Jiwtti opportunity to i get to invest a dollar Neighbors said feed the oats yoj I where the profit is bo great as an agri- ratnnrl fliam ami An nnf Kavo fVipm 4 cultural paper buy Aiit I But it is our state college of agricul I insisted that because I raised thera ture at Lexington and its powor for did not lessen their market value nonOr 4 good that I desire to call the attention of did it increase their feeding value thew I the young men to remained oats all the same worth 3qJ Our state has 470000 invested at Lex- Â¬ per bushel or 2287 per ton and con I ington Ky in grounds buildings and tain 2M lbs of protein t I equipments for education in any and all I sold theso oats because their feodingj I branches and pursuits About 31 compe- value ton for ton is no more than equafi 3287f I tent instructors constitute the corps of to a ton of shipstuff while this teachers in this institution buys 3800 lbs of bran containing 685 lbttt It Beeins to be the desire as also tho of protein So the case stands as 12 4 determination of the managers of this agalnBt 2287 4 institution that agriculture bo the lead Â¬ It is the men who never make a study 4 ing feature The state has purchased of the market value and tho feeding val- Â¬ a large farm for experiment purposes and ue with an eye to economy that will valuable bulletins aie sent out every continue to make these blunders they month to tell the farmers of new discov- Â¬ have no dollar to throw away for an ag- Â¬ eries and better methods and also to ricultural journal Thoy are so busy point out the ditches along his way and carrying out poor ideas and as they in admonish hiiu to steer clear These variably admit following unprofitable bulletins are free to all who write and pursuits that they have no time to eye ask for them But this is not all this read of better methods If these men can noble institution wants to do more for in no way be made to see the error ofJ the farmer and has to that end estab- Â¬ their ways then they will have to con- lished a short course of agriculture tinue to cuss the times and wait for Build-iug--ItWaswhich begins the Jet of January and something better to turn up a continues 10 weeks The course is ab- Â¬ Passing from this subject to wasteful solutely free of tuition to residents of stock feeding I want to briefly drop a Kentucky and the following subjects hint or two on commercial fertihzsrs or I are studied as I prefer to say our blessing in dis- Â¬ The Soils and Management of Soils guise Farm Chemistry Manures and Com- Â¬ Conservative estimates of the amount WELCOME ADDRESS mercial Fertilizers Vegetable and Fruit of this goods sold in Breckenridge coun Â¬ O Growing Pruning and Training Vine ty in 1898 is 150000 This year it will CLOVEmORT JUDOE JA8 R SKILLMAN RESPONSE BY PRESIDENT OF THE Injurious Insects and How to Destroy be still more but I trust that with the Kv Them Feeding of Live Stock Principal dawnlngs of our 20th century the annual INSTITUTE Ladiks and Gentlemen ok the Con- Â¬ Kentucky Crops The Dairy How to expenditure for commercial fertilizers vention Yesterday it was ou pleasure Make Butter and Cheese This course in Breckenridge county will slightly deÂ¬ to anticipate your coming and to pre- Â¬ P W Foote Irvinoton Ky of 10 weeks given free to Kentucky far- Â¬ crease as a result of better understand Â¬ pare for your entertainment today mers be it said in shame to our proud ing it ia my pleasure on bebalf of state was only attended by three stud- Â¬ Now do not leave this meeting and Ladies and Gentlkmen or Associa- Â¬ to welcome the town of Cloverport say that I advised a discontinuance of am sure that none of you will ents tion I you into our midst nnd to ex The agricultural growth of this state commercial fertilizers not by any means feel that we are among strangers after so tend to each of you a cordial greeting depends on the amount of pride the I am a full believer in fertilizers on all Â¬ warm a reception given us by the agrifor we aro indeed glad that you are here cultural and social forces of this fayorod young farmers take in their own intel- Â¬ crops yes and on all lands even the and pleased that your Committee has and growth in river bottom land needs it Needa what VBl 4 J section and such frank and complete lectual development seen proper to grant Cloverport the pri- Â¬ Â¬ sympathy in the exalted work we are knowledge of this business we call farm Needs what it is deficient in of ooui vilege of entertaining you ing Perhaps it Is phosphoric acid that trying to do It Is a Bad state of thinsra when the deficent perhaps it is potash less lik jwa ii I come today as the representative of The very fact that you have assembled my fellow townsmen to Bay these things here many coming from a distance and Bona of farmers despise the farm and it is nitrogen that is deficient in to you and indeed it is a happy privi Â¬ at your own expense is proof of your come up with the idea that the on bottom lands but it is deficient in lege and a duty I rejoice I have been public spirit and your anxiety to benefit ly place for them to show how smart thing my brother and now it Is for TnguSkmBs rT n called upon to perform and while I may they are and what ability they possess to find out what that something ia the cause of agriculture is in some other business than farming not be able to perform that duty in a then after you have found out what itDHt Ua fiHBK3BBWInr We are just beginning to feel that ag- Â¬ The whole question of making money do not stop for now is your opportui JHibouef manner most becoming and as gracefully riculture is an intellectual as well as or not making money on the farm re ibu in as tho situation demands yet I trust you to save some money and I beg you to pn ttan manual persuit and that the farm pre Â¬ solves itself simply into a problem of embrace it will hear me with patience for I promise sents a magnificent domain for intellecand difference between intelligence But just aa you reach this point in I will rob your Convemtion of but little tual conquests of its valuable time ignorance in the way wo farm Where your reasoning the fertilizer shark steps great objective point of all farm- Â¬ intelligence exceeds ignorance there is The up and too often gets in his work I have not prepared a philosophical ers organizations is to make better usually a profit but where ignorance You console yourself by Baying Well treatise on any of the subjects you are farmers for the progress of ecomic exceeds intelligence there is almost in- Â¬ I am not posted on fertilizers and if this today to listen to and discuss nor here thought and understanding has enriched evitably u loss causes mo to make a good crop of wheat is it my purpose to consume your time all classes more than us I insist gentlemen that both progress I will be satisfied in a technical examination of any of the In no state perhaps have the farmers and profit on Brsckenridge county farms I want to say right here that this is an branches of your work for it is your been talked to less on the true princi- Â¬ depend on nothing but a lack of compre- Â¬ audience of intelligent men and in as purpose in meeting today to talk these ples that underlies farming than in hension of the principles involved A much as you are the only one that is to matter over among yourselves free Kentucky If we farmers would try to comprehension that makes a man do a loso if this fertilizer proves worthless from the suggestions of outsiders nnd to know more we might work less and get large business on a small farm One that you should and can be bettor posted get practical and not theoretical ideas of better results If we would fertilize our that makes the farmer bigger than the on fertilizers and especially the kind that farming To do this every farmer pres brain our fields would soon become more farm Expansion in acres or in national pays best on your land than any agent ent should be permitted to discuss each fertile and produce better crops and we possessions will not help the farmer but or manufacturer can ever be subject introduced and he should not would have more money instead of expansion of the brain and skill of the only be so permitted but he should feel I would havo you first determine what sliding down the hill into bankruptcy farmer will help your land needs and then how can It bo it his duty to participate in the discus Â¬ from a lack of agricultural knowledge Prof I P Roberto of the Cornell sions which will doubtless follow the But they say it la not practical some University of New York in speaking of most economically supplied Write to reading of each paper That is one ob-Â¬ men never stop to think what is the this greater reward of brain work said the director of the experiment station M A Scoyall at Lexington and he will ject you have in view and that alone meaning of the word practical They The man who fells trees In the forest start you oil right I cannot stop hero will guarantee successful meetings seem to think it is practical to reject the may receive 10c per hour for his work to enter into details Be better posted I repeat that while it is not expected truth simply because some college pro- Â¬ the man who controls the carriage of the in your business than to be guilty of that I do more than welcome you yet I fessor said it great saw mill and decides on the instant buying costly nitrogon when your land cannot refrain from giving utterance to a They have put a lock on their under Â¬ what shape and dimention tho lumber needs cheap potash If you want phos Â¬ few observations upon your calling in standing in the shape of a prejudice shall take may receive 25c per hour for phoric acid the rock phosphates can be general and I trust you will pardon me against whatever they see in a book or a simply moving a little lever had cheaply but if you want the costly for this slight digression and for trespas Â¬ paper or against what some one nays A third may cause the piece of wood and all important nitrogen thank God sing upon your time and patience about Bclomlflc stock feeding and say it to take on the form of beauty for the you can grow if if vou will listen to my What knowledge must you possess to is not practical nothing but theory great stair case and receive 100 per good friend Ed Oglesby who will talk to make a good and useful farmer Do you book farming etc you on toil building hour consider that the only requlaltela to con Ob gentlemen the word practical So it Is gentlemen with farming The of land a team and tools I should like to have said something trol a tract forms a very convenient cover for some man who does the so called hard work to you concerning the live stock interests with industry enough to do your work men to bide behind when they do not receives less pay Why because it is of our county but time forbids it here If but only in a mechanical fashion see clearly themselves They seem to the least difficult requires tho least suffice it for me to say that our county ia K you brieve that this is all that is neces think that things they do not undeistand brains Eyery farm in Breokenridge admirably adapted to stock of all kinds sary and farm in surh a manner then are not practical when perhaps a near county contains a chance for the same and every farm that I know of can easily you am not a success and when the time neighbor ia demonstrating every day difference There is a chanco to use comiH f ir your obituary It cannot and that It is profitable and that alone makes good thought or poor thought intelli Â¬ double its stock carrying capacity vrithfju for the next five years if the owner wjf will Lot be safd of you well done it practical gence or blank ignoranco in everything oniy team now to uo it eo let eve humble opinion to conduct your in mv The main object then of this organiza- Â¬ we do work successfully and for you toper farmer tuai is in mis community be w tion ia to get tho farmers of Breckon While I am on this subject and Presi Â¬ only a planter but a stockman aa w form your varied duties aa a citizen re Â¬ ridge and ajoinlng counties to see the dent of this society I feel that it is far cousorvlng wisely and thoroughly tM quires a moro general knowledge of sub- Â¬ necessity of more Intellect and better from presumption when I refer to the possibilities of all the farm produat jects in general than any of the vocations methods on the farm and to arrest the injudicious or indiscriminate methods of provide warm Btables for your atomic in life tendency to destroy tho natural fertility Btocx feeding practiced by our farmers Ab a citizen you are called upon to de Â¬ Continued on 8th page of the noil Now gentlemen if you are feeding stock rm termine the various policies of your na of the questions for this asso- Â¬ Some BLOOD PURIFIER SENT FREE for all there is in it I beg you to first tional government to do this you must ciation io ask itself are What can we make some study of the different feeding know much of international affairs As do in an organised way to help emanol A Cure for Blood aad SklnDIseasMEa so a citizen yon must keep in touch with ptte this great business of farming from stuffs of that you can bo dble to accept ma nmpies sororuia sous mm some the first principals of ecomony tho law making power of your state gov IIow can we a lack of comprehension PoImb Caacsr Eto Â¬ There Is a gigantic annual loss to the vernment You must force the enforce contribute to the freeing of the farm tanners of the Uulted States caused sole Â¬ By addrwaing Blood Balm 54i2rSl of your laws You must know ment from the wasteful eflVcta of ignor The bearinir of ly from indiscriminate feeding Mltaliell tit Atlanta Qa auyf gSthu what your officers should do and Insist children it not th ance and put in its place the enriching I oome from Irvlngton to tell you thut Nkwb readers may obtain a stn Sffbot that it be done and in fact it is incum suth a very se Â¬ iuiluencea of knowledge In a word If all the fabulous tales of the immense tie of their famous B B U ownio bent upon yga to direct your represen Â¬ rious ordeal to what can we do to promote farm educa wealth of who the Klondyko region was true Blood Balm the greatest graud tative in all of his official duties in both the woman If tion W ia prepared and eyery fortune seeker that journbyed aad strongest blood remedy made ifVuMeM the federal and the state government Uertalnly the first or moat potent fao waa to realize hla fullest ex pacta when all elae fail pirnplw To do thlB It la certainly necessary that tor that we have la in the farm institutes thither you study and become as eonvenwut brings ua face to face with the tlona their combined wealth would not eozema bolls blood poison sating for it equal tho annual low to Amerloan far Â¬ distressing skin eruptionB oaneer cans with the public questions which con Â¬ that wonderful most practical and successful farmers in toothing and mers in feeling indiscriminately and tarrh rneumatkra Free medical adviow stantly arise aa is your fellow man in ly our section We are iuro to get many relaxing lini Â¬ balanced rations included whsn deeeripllou of yucur any trade or calling ideas in these raeet bob ment be faith nv and valuable That you will better comprehend r trouble u giveo This gaaeroiu oJtar be the proud owner of a blr well fully uted dur To loge arid new idM generally ereate ea meaning I will refer joa te cultivated wall kept well improved and ing tne panoq tbtwHw aad eethwlawb atke ua problem that confronted me a feeding worth while aooafUM Bam pie butt the yp i sue of pregnancy eat all ehargea pfaiWiL Lamm well atrttal feint and to work it path aad thla ward pth tells us the winter h know-- tkere will be little awalag tiekaee or v MfteiM ihrifrtlMHt oe than any ether I bad U6 taahaki of oat on hand In OMmatsg nearly pMn of medrra MfYOuoMi the critical kMM wWbe re MNteineeeeM for Ml by all druggists at l JUviA of HHwh pain and teimtmrlfl b b u wetd March TbwM Data wra uvttei fo away betel Reeuperattoa will be nuti aa pot faaiutar wtfchita Ths cofAM oar AttietlturA Joey tab feed but I oould diftfMM of thm at SOt B B B iafor an ol 1H t iivtUag end raising thorn wom whloa all after danger wlU b Avoiduf 3 u Ho greater potter o good cat come to perboabei cumi txl I readily aaw that I cvulu reined M4 ky JraWfUt teJt e kettle prepare uv earth for the market the iaraM ad Um ooat in oooipamiTe not affoid u tedhe oau aiaoihifrttutl UBS twit ciiu- - a i afcKrf p ly toifie tdMd IoonautaU Hiuet an Of Ihfau uiikijm hud 4t U per tan en- - AtlUU iUafxioceolAHlUvftliun the jbli lu TW mujmtcu a JfeAjnaAniif PM j a O me jtsa Â¬ i Â¬ f i m Â¬ 919 mw A m Â¬ ffln Be Prepared Mothers Friend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftra k MMealr vi 1 Mnm u iwwiMeiBe iiiiiii tmSSmUmKIKmBKMi t llfci i4 z l riwwKjcsr - Trf rr A 01- VA 1 rfcTF nil Ml mm ill in Ml llllfraai MMMlMAaiMMMiM ilMMMWPMiM Am Big Values IN W CT U MEETING Rtv M ADDITIONAL 8 N alffht LOCAL Mt 00EBEL DEMOCRATS Mttt J A Halt went to Otreoaboro P Hunt of iloutevllle Strong ProMblHeH Lec- Â¬ DeUvess a Summer ture Meitiay Night Underwear Stop and look at our Show Window and see if you oant use them The regular meeting of the W 0 T U convened at the Sim St Methodist church Monday evening Mrs T V Joiner president of the association called the body to order Secretary Mrs F J Ferry read the minutes of the pre Â¬ The Fair Cloverports Leading One Price House vious assemblage which stood approved After a song or two by the choir ltev W B Rutledge introduoed Rev M P Hunt pastor of the 22nd Walnut St Baptist church in Louisville who had been invited to attend tho meeting and deliver a temperance lecture Why I am in He took for his text favor of Prohibition He handled the queetionforcbly and showed conclusive- Â¬ ly how the sale of liquor was the ruina He cited tion of so many families many sad instances that had come be forehlm in Louisville from the use of it He also stated that the liquor traffic controlled mora money than was in the United Statea Treasury COflPANY HENRY KOEMLER His argument was strong and to tho soveral car loads of CHOICE WALÂ¬ point He appealed to good women to want take this movement in hands and down NUT LOGS Will pay highest cash the Bale of it The houso was crowded price They also buy POPULAR and to its utmost capacity and all present HARDWOOD LUMBER in mixed cars displayed much enthusiasm in the meet- Â¬ Write them at Louisville Ky ing Xl EllMbeth Ball t4 Wkher Hall wjll visit hair anal Mm AIm Harrlng tea MaldtMigh Saaday Tae new OkrlttUa auurah at Mopumh port is progressing rapidly and will be eoaapleied in about three weeks Meeere Lea Rhodes and Marens Mat Ungly two of Kirks representative dU seas wen la town yesterday Mrs Thoe Henderson ami Mies Ida House r f Lawicport came to the otty yesterday evaciag enroute to the Tar Springs for a two weeks stay John I Gregory Sr the hustling steamboat and Htandard Oil Agent this oily was in Louisville Monday on bust new It was his first trip to Louisville in two years Mrp G W Sebastain and her pretty daughter Miss Odella of New Orleans La have reached this city She is vis Â¬ iting her sister-in-laMrs A R Fisher and family Misses Carrie Sampson of Evanavllle Pearl and May Read of Owensboro and Mr and Mrs A L Read and daughter Miss Annie of Louisville returned Tuesday after a weeks stay at the Tar Springs in Convention at Hartttdt Â¬ burg Barry of Cloyerpert Nomi nated for Representative School Shoes The children will soon be starting to school and will need r a Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1809 ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL Fivk cent cattle means 30 centa per pound for beef stake to the oity people This town can have electric lights now if it will comply with the proposition made in another column A man who has a small farm to rent should read and answer the letter we print elsewhere in this impression A 7000 sale of cattle by one farmer in Breckenridge county is something out of the ordinary It shows that this county is coming to the front as a great cattle market Tuts is truly a farmers edition of the News Fifteen columns of good live reading matter devoted to the farmers all original matter and by borne talent This one addition is worth the price of tho paper for a whole year Found a Dull Alarket for Broom Corn Thomas Ohaudoln was on the train Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of last Friday returning from Loulsvillo to sufferers have proved their matchless his home at Ouster He had taken four hundred pounds of broom corn to the merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches mako pure blood and strong nerves city for salo He found a dull market They and build up your health Easy to tako for the weed Mr Ohandoin is one of Try them Only 25 cts Money back the few farmers in this county who still Haynes raises broom corn Last year he planted if not cured Sold by Short about six acres but didnt find it very DrnggistSj profitable He Bays he will not ship any A Long Journey more What he raises on his place Blanche Bell and her little brother hereafter he will havo made into brooms Joe passed through this place last Mon and furnish them to his homo customers day enroute to Alexis Illinois where He gets from 125 to 2 50 per dozen for they are to join their father Wm H brooms Bell The children have been living at Hardinsburg and since the death of their Then you Do you keep chickens We mother some years ago have been under ought to have the Farm Journal the care of their grand mother Mrs Dr give it in clubbing with the Bheckkn U O Board They go to Alexis to livo ridqk News both for the price of our with their father The children are un- Â¬ paper only Pay up a year ahead and commonly bright and will be greatly the Farm Journal will come for the balmissed by their former friends and assoance of 1899 and all of 1900 1001 1902 The News and 1904 nearly five years and get to ciates at Hardinsburg wishes them a safo journey you if you are on this planet Â¬ Â¬ That Throbbing Headache Basket Party At Tar Springs A genuine old fashioned basket din Â¬ ner was enjoyed at the Tar Springs Sunday by some Owensboro people who are tobaconist friends of Mr John Phelon of this city They were Misses Sallie Koel Elizabeth Dietz and Fannie Cng ler Messrs John Mankin Ward Padley Tnic Nkws begs leave to differ with the Mr Frank Payne and neice Miss Ora Little Democrat It is a ministers Alexander of this citv joined them duty to down evil wherever he finds it They had an elegant time and it was whether it bo in the church or out of it simply a day of recreation Its a duty he owes to the church and society if he be truly a preacher and a Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is new conscientious one to lead men and and original in style of package and direct them in right doing medical qualities It is perfectly harm- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EXTENDS THANKS For the Manner the Farmers Institute was Treated Â¬ on entertainment for the Institute had more money than they could Bpend They declared a dividend and offered to return it to those who ontrihuted but they would not have it All said turn it over to tho church and the committee did so The 10 See even amount was about churches neyer lose anything by being Tub committe liberal A LITTLE bunch of 23 scrub calves thnt one year ago would have gone begging on the market were driven through llardlnsburg last Monday and a dozen fellows were after them They repre Â¬ sented 175 good round gold dollars and were not for Bale Does this mean prosperity for the farmers or what does it mean It means that the farmers of this county have a better market for their products right at home then they have enjoyed in a generation Tuk News is awfully proud of Jimmlo Kkillman His address of welcome mado before the Institute and which Is print- Â¬ ed in another column is a splendid pro- Â¬ duction for a young man It is full of good sound common sense not only for the farmer but for all of us These Institutes are good for the farmer the mechanic the business man the lawyer R Fisher They are thought and the student Died Saturday We dont know and idea developers whats in our young men until we give The Infant child of Dr and Mrs T D them a snow Jimmie we congratulate Renfrow died Saturday morning at two you The work assigned you was well oclock The precious little babe had done not been seriously ill and death was un- Â¬ expected They took the early morning Tiiehk never was a better time than train for his home in Ohio county right now for you to pay up your sub- Â¬ where the interment will take place scriptions We are pulling for that new New Store Started at Tobinsport press that will turn out an eight page The little town of Tobinsport is rapid- paper folded and ready for the mall in lees than half the time we are now doing ly progressing to the front Mr K1 H it If you have any pride in your coun Weatherholt one of Its enterprising citi- Â¬ ty paper now is the time to show it Its zens will eoon engage in the general your paper It is not owned or con- Â¬ merchandise business He will carry a stock trolled by any party corporation or oompletete and power on earth save that which believes Shot Himself indoiLgthe right thing to all men It A grandson of Elijah Bates colored la SUM 1I l nn1 Am fnlAtll WU RUU TVUUJBU WJ MV111V MIOUI Â¬ born and bred in your home town who while out hunting lost week shqt him self accidentally through the palm of his are striving to make an honest living by W Lard work If you want stock in this right hand It was neeeesary to ampu Angers t- tuterprise lust send us a dollar and take tate one of hissi mf 1 r uur word lor It that youll get ideas Farm Journal for the balance of I960 worth ten times that rnueh to you daring and Mjt 1900 1801 1008 and 1008 near- Â¬ 4he year ly five years to every subeerlber who will pay one year in advance for the Realty Sold Bkbckbnwmk Kkws No better farm Dr K L Xewsom has purehased of Miner thas the Farm Journal This oft- Tantnl Holder a nortlon of lota Van TM iwr la ealy esade to a limited number anu iw oetween huh ami ata etreeuii the flrot wlieeeHae forward 100 Consideration Transferred C to a II -- Irvington Ky Aug 28 Dkar John I wish to insert in your kind paper my thanks to the citizens of Oloverport and surrounding vicinity for their hospitality in the way the Farmers Institute was entertained also the pastor and members of the church for tho use of their house and to the ladles for their fine music and songs Yours truly J L Hknry Treasurer less contains no lead and is a guaranKeep it in Your Home teed cure for granulated lids sore eyes And when the bowels fail to uct properor styes Try it ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative Sykup It acts gently but effectually on Two Pretty Clusters of Tomatoes the kidneys liver and bowels will keep Mr William Weatherholt Srwho is your system in good working order and an expect gardener at Tobinsport Ind make your complexion clear brought to this office Tuesday two flno clusters of tomatoes There are ten Col Lafe Orcen Has One Hnndrcd well maturod tomatoes on each cluster And Fifty Head Of Cattle They were without a and he said Col Lafe Green who practically owns name and the person who gave them the the Falte of Rough and who is a merchbest name would receive from the State ant and eaw miller is also an extenAgricultural Society one hundred dolsive farmer He believes in making lars money out of every thing It 1b said he Local Option Wins owns one hundred and fifty head of the Forty two of finest cattle in the countv A sweeping victory for Local Option was won last Saturday in the Bewley them will average about eighteen hunHe is holding them at dred pounds ville Irvlngton anu Webster districts This leaves Oloverport the only town in five cents gross At the present price of the county where whisky is Bold And cattle this means a large sum of money from the signs of the times it will only be to him a little while until it is wiped out of this matrimonial Life Is Not All Bliss With town These People following persons are petitioning The No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused the Circuit Court for a divorce at its next by piles unless they have suffered from October term Lee Robortson from them Many believe them incurable James Robertson Isabella Alexander Mollie Parker This is a mistake Proper treatment from James Alexander will cure them TABLEU8 BUCKEYE from Jerome Parker Domlne Fontone PILE OINTMENT is an infallible cure from Minnie Fontone R L Burton from Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts A Crilla Burton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gocbel and Blackburn will discuss Democracy from their point of view at Hardinsburg Saturday Sept 9 Will Support ddebel Well I am delighted with the Louisville Convention for the manner in which Redwine conduoted it and the ticket put up I shall support it though I dont like the platform I am an ex- Â¬ pansionist and wont aupport a Preeden tlal ticket that dont endorse it I A Footk A Social There will be given in the beautiful yard of Mrs William Wendelken a re Â¬ ception social Thursday evening It Is given in honor of Sid Beare pastor of the Christian ehureh Aa invitation is extended to all to seme Big Purchase of Apples Ike Owing parehared at Halts Bot tom last week 1000 barrels of apblea Hit bought W0 of Mrs Virge Hardin awl 500 from Mr Putsahke He paid 1 foi the fill of the barrel A py Mr asd Mrs Parker Dawson of Stauj I L B Perkins who has been ninnlBg alter a wears vwic at cue xatias nreman on me uraaeu nu umn rlags hm return home If transferred to the nmln 11a e Ball Oam e of There will be aa Interesting ball feptejnber 2nd at Hardiwjburg the MllbMi Base Bill Club of Louisville will arose bats with the former club oa that day ge The Goebel Democrats of the county met In convention at IlartUntburg lret Monday to neleet a candidate to make the reoe for Representative A fair repreeeutation rum the various There were preoiuote were present seven ureoinots not represented Before the convention was called to order the delegates were invited to meet at the Uaidiubburg Hotel or consulta- Â¬ tion At this meeting u poll of the del Â¬ egates was takeu to ascertain their oholce for a candidate The names of several Democrats were votod on Tlce Jolly Sam Dlx and V L Hawkins received a few votesbut the choice ol the delugates Beemed to ctmter on Mayor Barry of Oloverport and Judge Mercer of Har Â¬ dinsburg who tamo out of the meeting with 18 votfB mob when it Adjourned to the courthouse to eettlo if Chairman Whitworth was made per Â¬ manent chairman of the meeting Robt E Hawse of Irvington was electfd ut arutury by c hmatlon Mr Murray moved that the cqnvi n tion prouevd to t e nomination of a candidal Mr Minor in one rf bin nliaracteritlic nomiiutiug speech s salii In wanted a man tried nud true a man who had never faltered when ids party called him a man who could etump the county on let behalf of tho children of tho county and helpto knock out a corporation tlmt was robbing the children of 40 per cent of their hard lamings oa suuuol books That man was tho Hon Nicholas Mc Mercer put in nomination Mr Hamblelon Mayor J A Barry of Oloverport The chairman then named the follow- Â¬ ing committees Credentials Gus Brown O M Mc Glothlan and D R Murray Organization Jas Hambleton W The Robertson Bros of Glen Minor and Matthias Miller deane Ky Tho committee on credentials reported tho following delegates present Hardinsburg No 1 Mat Miller W Close the Largest One Ever flado In K Barnes N McMercer Gub Brown This County Hardinsburg No 2 Ed Goodman and Chas Payne Ernest and Victor Robcstson the larg Â¬ Hardinsbure No 3 Chas Adkisson est cattle dealers in this county have R May closed the bieguet deal yet consummated Oloverport Jas Hambleton Ira De They bought of Col Lafe Green Falls Haven Etigeno Haynes D R Murray of Rough one hundred and twenty head Irvington P P Roberts and It D of steers Eighty three averaged 1150 Howes pouuds nnd forty two averaged 1600 Bewlsyville Dr J M Walker Thev paid for tho former four cents McDaniels F T Rhodes JJ JVloore and tho latter live cents This purchase J D Lucas will reach the handsome sum of 7000 CuBter John Cook 23 Head of Cattle For Sale Webster Olif Haddock Jas St Clair T B Henderson Cliff Pile who lives near Constantino Union Star Sam Dlx Scott Cart 0 has a splendid crop of corn he also has a M McGlothlan good crop of tobacco but it is badly Balltown Jos M Mullen Jerry Rice sprinkled with worms He has twenty Leo Hinton ttiree head of cattle two and three years Stephensport Pete Lyons Wm Mi old which will average 000 pounds nor The cattle are for sale Beforo tho vote was taken Judge Mer- Â¬ cer said that he only consented to make W M Hall sold to Dick Hardaway the race in the event there was no other last week twenty head of steers average Ho said tho convention had one thousand at 4 eta He also Bold 53 candidate a very worthy candidate in the person ewes that coat him 855 per head for of Mayor Barry therefore he would ask 1155 per head including wool and the gentleman to withdraw his name lambs He has 25 head oi yearling steers The convention refused to withdraw it for sale and two good milch cows and a vote was taken which resulted in Sells His Cattle the nomination of Mr Barry by a ma- jority of 2 The nomination was then Jesse Pile a successful farmer in this made unanimous county has disposed of twenty head of Mr Barry came to the stand and said cattle for 050 he was not a candidate in the sense of seeking the pfilce but as long as the The Best Remedy for FJux convention had given him the nomina- Â¬ Mr John Mathias a well known stock tion he would accept it and make the After sufT dealer of Pulaski Ky says best fight he could orlntr for over a week with flux and my Mr Murrav offered iho following reso- Â¬ failed to relieve me 1ih oi on having try lution 1 whs advised to Chamberlains Colic Radved That the Democrats of Breck and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy enridge county in delegate convention assembled do heartily and earnestly en Â¬ have the pleasure of stating that the dorse the ticket nominated by the State half of one bottle oured me For sale Democratic Convention which assembled by A R Fisher Oloverport R A at Louisville Ky on June 21st 1899 and pledge our support to the nominees Shellman Stephensport of said convention T B Henderson said he was in favor Charles Fisher Suddenly Dies at of the circulation of pure Democratic Rockport Ind papers in the county and he thought The sad intelligence came to this town every Democrat ought to Bee to it that no other papers but those which advo- Â¬ yesterday of the death of Oharlea Fisher at Rockport Ind Ho had been attend Â¬ cated the pure doctrine were circulated He was not in favor of the Democrats ing the county fairs and contracted cold reading the Dispatch He did not like while driving in a ring at Madiaonvile the Courier Journal but it was now sup Â¬ He Immediately went home and was porting the State ticket and he was in never able to return He is a son of favor of Democrats taking it as it was Mrs Amanda Fisher and a brother to the best they could do Ills speech James Fisher who reside about one brought out the following resolution mile from town He was about forty years of age His remains will be In Â¬ which was adopted JUiolved That we have become con- Â¬ terred fp the old Fisher burying ground vinced that the Louisville Dispatch a to day paper which was made by the Democrats of Kentuoky and which was fostered by Traveling On Ills Bike the party In its infancy has become recreant to the party and is now domi Â¬ Mr Bugene Gllland who hasvbeen at nated supported and controlled by those tendl ng the State College at Lexington who are inimical to the principles of the party end is seeking its disruption and was In town Mondav oa his bike He is traveling over Meade Brecken Â¬ the building up of its opposition Therefore we condemn it and all otuer ridge and Hanoook counties in the inter Â¬ papers whioh have forsaken the tenets est of the Lexington Experimental Sta of the party and ask alt true Democrats to stand firm in Uie faith and hold fast tion He is getting samples of the Per to true Democracy and follow not alter tiltxer on sale in these counties whish he those who would deceive oaly to de Â¬ sends to the etation so theyoan be analy Â¬ stroy sed and compared with the aamplM al Â¬ The eonyentlon tbea adjourned ready east there by the manufacturers This Is dose to profit the farmer end SpIlHter Causes a Rising see that he geta Just what he bays Huge at Uoff while working with the bridge erew stuck a splinter in his bond At Summer Seat Near IrvlagtOH wlilah eaaeed a very severe rWag aad Mm Marshall Morris aau MJse Laic be has ben eonflned to his room for the Lewis Louisville asd Miss Jeaay lost two weeks He is slowly iaaprovleg Green ejPaty of Rough are spending a week at the beautiful eeuatrv bine at Mrs Kate Bennett Ssmner Seat near I Irvington lor- Infants ajad Ohildrea Died ef Congestion of the Brala Tin KWYmHwi Always JBciit James fcUpp a promising youag wan residing at Tobinsport Ind died early Bears the yesterday morning of eoageetlon of the 0lgnatreo brain lie woe twenty years old A Pair of Good Shoes at a SMALL You can get the GOOD SHOES PRICE at mo Soon all will he gone Co Dont the good things get away from you DEAL IN RESUflED OPERATION Has the Breckenridge Asphalt Oarfleld at CATTLE Work at the Asphalt mines near Gar-Â¬ about two week ago About twenty cars have beon loaded and shipped out and there will be more to follow Some fifteen or twenty hands are employed there at present but there may soon be a call for stronger force Major Morris who has charge of the work is looking out for some big con- Â¬ tracts in the near future The Brecken- Â¬ ridge product will compare favorably with any rock asphalt in the world and there will undoubtedly be a demand for it field was resumed A Good flan Fallen Asleep Rarely has a community beon called on to give up from its inidaf a finer obaracter than Richard W Hayes a man of Buoh sterling integrity and worth all his life long A Christian of the purest type We who are loft to mourn our loss know that rarely shall we look up- Â¬ on his like again An invalid for years he could truly say for me to live in His host of Christ to die is gain friends and acquaintances rise np and call him blessed Were a Mar quenched on high For get would iullght SiU traveling dowaward from the sky Shtae on our mortal tight Gone to Indianapolis We shall niuit again His friend Mr Jesse Moorman has resigned his Tula O Danikl position with William Vest Sons He Hardinsburg Aug 27 180 has been associated with this well known establishment for eight years He goes Lost a Pruning Knife to Indianapolis Ind to accept a good Bevtloyville Aug 30 Friend John Jesse is an upright sober and position I left a very Qiih pruning knife onUiu1 val- Â¬ industrious young man and will be dining table tltu day of the Institute and uable to any firm who may give him if you hear of it please hold it for me employment Z T Stith and obligp whn a tet man dfus For ynrs beyond our ken The lightheteavta behind him lies Upon the ialht of men So Vi I Enjoying Country Air t S N Hall bas returned from the Tar Master of trains for Springs the Henderson Route wlin a party of Louisville men and women are enjoying Kind Yw Haw Always BevcM the country air at the Falls of Rough BsMf tho They are having a good old time fish Signature srzr of ing hunting and boat riding on the fa mous river at that place Poters Antiseptic Healing Oil New Millinery Store Relieve alt pain Inttantly and heala and ou re cuts burns bolli brimea itch exrema catarrh Mrs L L Bunker and son F P Bun- - sore throat errsipens corns chapped hands ana ulcers or Jeer of North Manchester Ind have ar lips piles and all cure sore sores of skin or mucous or inflamed eyea in 48 membrane Will city They will locate here hours Horsemen will find this oil will cure rived in the scratches cracked heel haher burns old sores and Mrs Bunker will embark in the mil collar Kalis Use It and If not satisfied your drug cheerfully money Price linery business and has rented tho va- gist will For sale bycive back your OWEN Cloy MOORMAN ti S5U cant store room below J D Babbages erport Ky stationery store She comes well recom mended and thoroughly understands the Mr Sam Stites OASTORIA yta yj mi Â¬ Â¬ Wcit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ business Protracted Meeting Ratcliff pastor ol the Baptist Rev church at Fordsvllle assisted by Rev J H Boyet of Louisville are conducting a protracteu meeting at that place There is much interest being manifested and everything is favorable for a successful meeting YOU GET MORE Jt In theTwiei-A-WEBK rm 5 GLENDbANE I offer to any party that sees any other one stealing apples straw or any thing else off my land and will report to me and go before a justice of the peace with me and make oath to same I myself wil pay five dollars in gold to the leporter Julian II Brown la any other paper published quantity Corikr Jouhnai both in quality and than WW V THS TwiCSAWRElsf CouMKn ToUKNAL is the equal of many dallieafaad the superior of all other papers It prints raqfce real news more good data matter more good matter than any other IsÂ¬ sued wednewUy asm Saturday A good commit ten to agents Sample copies tee On application Writ to cm COURIERJOURNAL CO L0U1SVU4B KV BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Vfl 1 1 ought to know that I U U ing from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg when suffer you OAN ajrr BiBrectenrldge News AND TUB Twice-a-We- k Went To The Beach Yesterday The bathing Club went to the beaoh yesterday afternoon on the Str Pastime There were about twenty five who took the trip It Js said that Fred Fraise hoe the ewellest eoetume and It Indeed gives him an attractive figure i Courier Journal 1 ONLY Both One Year for 1 25 throwfli be bAm of taw Want Blectrle Lights Aug JWb HAwaeviu Editor Do Yeu Nkwb Dkar BaacKSMWoai Sir What la the outlook for aa electric light plant 11 you people will subscribe for 800 Itghte I wUl put la plant Answer and oblige Yours truly H Walle Breckenridge News J a ffJl I 1 iLre c UfflS HIT un nT V MOM njMi mum At sie Wt ifr Fv W JIT IVEfll u W MX aae w Wf mi wnytfcer swi or SUJ1 for ace and apd will matron John Kennedy Buylag Cattle Jv L Jordan and Jeeee Ml ler who re Â¬ sold to John side near Uardiuburg Kennedy tweaty three bead of yearling ealtle and two yeartd4e for 175 for the 111 as CASTOR A TS faa eMMtM It at uiu rIKMin KIM if fMUhi iMtfeetly Mtta usssssMMki fmfmmhr rajsrese 41111 aar esaaw ri I TBfJVfVV svas anu expreo cMives of fsa4 en nbaM MrraLm as W m47 J ill by uptmb 0 01 sublet I to rft sai frmm let Notary Public B Hawse has been appointed a It Notary Publle at Irrlngte and qualified t HmHMbut Joodj wtil kMff lafct wiwniWIm mil wl HmIm CMadawrt lit Auui4unit wUUm KlisU iiainv pwn mrmjmmm kiwiwim haii f mmi rilaWMlfcl M MJ IMM MVlavg tWvUilew ski wtiwrv saw isa tads auawn and Mule UatH 1MI wit MWSBUl HaiT m UtJdtfifd mmdm zfm t la Ml abstains full laser inilliim hu v insaas a Ai as vv ji WW viui 1 te aawsk HaMs- WhaW yMfrfftaaBjMfet paper W aa ti Af 1 jaj ffa - v J lt J vjwt V KW ijittl BANK OF BreckenridV News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 0 1809 A ORBAT OPPBR HABDINSBUEa M A Utter to Mrs Pf nkham Brought neaith to Mrs Archambo to mm riNKMAW mo jg Dxab Mm PufKMAM For two years I felt tired ami so weak and dlacy that ofl days I eould hartlly ge aroaad the hoMse Baekaohe and head aelte all the time and my food would not digest and had auoh pains in the womb and troubled with leueorrhosa and kidneys were alTeeted After birth of eaoh ohlld I grew weaker and hearing so much of the good you had done 1 wrote to you and have taken six bottles of Lydia K Finkhams Vegetable Compound one box of Losenges one box of Liver Pills one package of Sanative Wash and to Â¬ day I am feeling aa well as I ever did When I get up in the morning I feel aa fresh as I did when a girl and eat and sleep well and do all of my work If ever I feel weak again shall know where to get my strength I know your medlolne cured me Mas Sauna Aboiiamdo Cuablbmont Mass The present Mrs Plnkhams experi ence in treating female ills is unparal leled for years she worked side by Bide with Mrs Lydia E Plnkham and for sometime past has had sole charge of the correspondence department of hor groat business treating by letter as many as a hundred thousand ailing women a year All women who suffer are invited to write to Mrs Plnkham at Lynn Mass for advice vhioh will be promptly given without charge Â¬ Â¬ turn ILL MILLKB 11 BBARD OMt F BEARD PmMbnt CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS VlPreliit lr farm fl W BEARD MORRH BHKRUX4K R M JOLLY v INTEREST PAID ON brl93 Jtrnal Prem New Ve DMem Nearly Five Years HAITI Dt GRINNBLL J DIRECTOR DEPOSITS TIMS T D Renfroi DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY peUl arrangemyAnRde with Urn publishers of the FardWourual we are tmnbltHl in ofler UtaHfer to every Mtv 8rller wlio iMraJfH IJkkckknkimk Nkwm ioe year ftfflMor onl 1 both MMre lor ttitt ju t un uu yj our ptMron jHr una ii Farm Journal Iium now to DrrembHr 1103 nonuy five Tim Farm JdiuiihI ik uu ill yeait etabllflhiil ter enj ymx Krtmt popu lirlty one q til best and niit usuful farm wjirt iiuuliHittJ Thls oUto stiouldbe aocepttxl without Uihy Dtlilnd Time Tlio Sir RaKon was OfUtiu houra be The Btr Roe lilml time Thurwlay Hlte met her at this potut and took her freight Klondike King R E Davidson the noutd Kloudike Klifr iipert Inat Wednesday iu the city Ho related some interfstini etor ies connected with the gold regions Part of the Demoeratie otowd ealled for the silvertonKue orator W C P Bieekenildne at Lexington but thanks to the other portion no no was heard in stentorian tones and he was sot per- Â¬ mitted to speak Good good for Ken tuokians There should be only one patb If the gentler less proteoted more trusting and far younger one is relegated to oblivian let the other re cilvo no recognition socially or polit- Â¬ ically We should denounce all moral entanglements A life cize picture of Admiral Dewey was taken in the main street of Trieste just after he left tuoOlympia It nan 4 OFFICE OVER Heston Willis Cos New Store OLOVERPORT KY Office in Konr of Moorman Drugstore Owens Candidate In Town Republican Gandi date for the Legislature was in town Thursday Mr Haswrell was mixing with ills friends and forming new hc quintances John P HaflWfjIl IRVINQTON FARAIERS re t i tit 11 reprouuceu in rriuays lauisviiio iuvv nlug Post with tho reasonable r quest that we note tho exact crease of his pauts the pateut leather shoes soil white hat the carefully rolled umbrella etc in short the once dude of Washington Everything on earth has been Buid that could be said about his light- Â¬ ing qualities and his seizing opportun ities I am so glad the tide has changed to lesser topics e VLI X Sjjf CLOVERPORT bHI Dr of J L MOORMAK Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds Improvement Committee better movement could not be made than at tlio next meeting of the City A Dntal work KY Council to organize an improvement committee This would give tbo town a better appearance Coming to The Front Mr J W Pate Jollys Station wide Â¬ awake and energetic merchant was in town Thursday Mr Pato is much pleased over this years biioiiietw and eYs his town is rapidly coming to tut f out Come Home For His Health James P Miller better known as Lit Â¬ tle Jim is at home for a recreation He is not in good health and came home hoping the chntig might ba beneficial He has a good position with the South em Railroad J H Hunsche The TAILOR M Goodold Granny Motcalf of Kentuc- Â¬ 80 yearn old says that Dr Bells is the best Grip cure Cough Lnng and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her Life Bold Everywhere ky Popular Campaign Orators The most popular campaign orators are Goodnight Settlo and- - Murray Tiny have been doing the Democratic name great good and the campaign committeo is receiving more demands for speeches from them than any other Owonnboro Messenger Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co TNT DAFVTTTTOV DO YOU WANT His Attack Denounced The attack of Ohas M Lewis editor of the Shelby Sentinel in his recent editorial upon Rev T H Korfoot a Baptist Â¬ minister lias been denounced by tho Â¬ A pv- - Farm Sold For i4oo of Irvington told his farm near that place containing 160 Do you want to draw a sum sufficient acre to his brother R B Cardin for to cover all costs when you meet with an 1400 This shows that land in this acoident county still remains at u good value and If you are prudent and wise you cer- Â¬ those who own good farms have not tainly do the least trouble in disposing of them Now dont waste a moment but inquire about thn line of Sickness and Accident Tho Farm Journal is choke full of Insurance handled by gumption and has the largest circulation of any iarni paper in the world It is Marion Weatherholt good everywhere We offer it for a short time asapiizi to advance paying sub-Â¬ Write or eall on him at the Poetofllce scribers to the BnBCKKNRiDOR Nxws a year ahead and the Farm Journal lor the OLOVERPORT KY S W Cardin Your Expenses Paid While You Are Sick Franklin Baptist Association The Association is composed of 49 churches The road question by Mr Eldrldge wts finely handled in the last isue of Taylor Doweli of Irvlogton has made this paper Ho is director of the United eome money by investing in cattle He States Department of Agricultuie good pin chased twenty two head of steers roads division Tho topic is one of im Â¬ two years old at a cost of 400 After portance to tho State and especially to feeding them nearly eighteen months he thin portion of it He in the preface sol tii in lusr week for the handsome pays a glowing tribute to our State of price of 1150 He also bought last of fine horses and beautiful women and June two steers two years old which eajs good roads are indispensable to this weighed 1000 at 4 cents He fed them Stutt A great interest is being mani on i lover and in two months diaposid of luateil in this and Breckeurhlge county his purchase lhey weighed 214u on the all important road sul j ct vi u ids He got 4 Cinta Dor lb and his p lit netted him a train of 20 At one time iu the hisloiy of our na ilr W J Piggott Irvmgtons prof- - tiou we as Americans had cutne to honor perous farmer has realized a t lot profit and revere the French people and the by U alim iu cattle He sold last week nam of LaFayette has always been dear to Dick Hardaway IU head of steers to every school boy or girl which has averaging 1200 pounds at 4 cents He been proven in the last year by the La fed them eleven mouths and realized Fayette school fund raised in the states to erect a state of the hero at the J25 on his investment Paris Exposition But lately in the last Taylor Doweli who deals lugtly in four years especially a hostile sentiment buying and selling fctock 6old last week iu this republic has been felt against 1 Dick Hardaway two steers weighing France until even a Turk is as popular 1100 pounds at 4 cents in Americu and Europe caused mostly by the Dreyfus affair The whole world Mrs Rhodes so d to Dick Hardaway 3 had hoped his trial would be mere forsteers two years old at 4 cents They mality and that triumphant vindication averaged 050 pounds would follow and he would be restored iu his former military rank but instead Bobbed the Grave efforts to secure his convictions have A startling incident of which Mr been redoubled If there are good men John Oliver ot Philadelphia was the in France and of course there must bo subject is narrated by him as follows now is the time to let it be known but I was in a most dreadful condition it does seem that their power is not suf My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken ficient to stop injustice and degenaruy toDgu j coated pain continually in back The arrest the first trial the second are and sides no appetite gradually grow- all a black spot and a Btain upon a once ing weaker day by day Threo physifair nations name Eyery one who cians had given me up Fortunately a hates oppression and despises injustice friend advised trying Electric Bitters is praying for the acquittal oi Dreyfus and to my great joy and surprise tho but even if acquittal occurs the prestige first bottle made a decided improvement of la belle France has received a fatal I continued their use for three weeks shock In the days of the Reign of and am now a well man I know they France was despisdd and again we feel saved my life and robbed the grave of the same detestation Will she sink to another victim No one should fail to the leyel of Spain She is not now very try them Only 50 cents per bottle at far removed from the same estate of Short Hayues Drug Store Italy I 1 Are Paying a Qood Price For Cattle seems to me that if we c uKl id follow the Golden RuIp and grow God llkr through aooordlng to othbrs what we de Â¬ mand for ourselves we would think more broadly cultivate more intellec- Â¬ tual hospitality as it were and seek a sweeter more tolerant spirit As sure as you are born If we are all fortunate enough to enter into and possess the Golden City we will not be interrogated about any innocent amusement or pastime but we will be judged according to the motives and promptings of our de- Â¬ sire to promote the good of others Sol filinetB love of ease refusing to make au evident sacrifice an overbearing disposition toward others will debar many a bouI from heaven Generosity is to the soul what rain is to the lowers and love for mankind is as sunshine to the growing earth they go hand in liani4 and make life noble and worthy Let us then swing open the gates of our hearts Let us seek by kind words and thought- Â¬ ful deeds tq iocreaso the happiness of those around ub We may not have it in our power to aid with money but we can all extend sympathy and love AH can speak words that come as balm to the aching heart Who does it Who puts him or herself to any trouble to hunt up and administer to the body as well as the soul Those who do can have an easy conscience and can rest as- Â¬ sured of a reward if they do indulge in innocent pastimes aud amusemunts Well eays one We cant serve God and mammon Please show mo some one that isnt eerviDg self with a great big S looking out for No 1 and then Ill talk about mammou Of the two evils choose ye tho last Â¬ 0TJR ENTIRE STOCK AT HAEJOTSBUEG KY m elms7 ML The Goods must be sold without limit or reserve Dont make life a regret for neglecting to come Â¬ Just as good Whenever a drugut tells you he has something just as good for coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells he is thinking of his profits and not of your welfare Good druggists will sell you what you ask for and you can ask for nothing as good as Dr Bells Good drug- Â¬ gists sell it y Pino-Tar-Hon- bhbh Heai aaasj sassx Ha7 bb s a asr eg ftV THE J OWENSBORO CROSSING Green Flag Bargain Store KY 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Sutton Dies Of Congestion Leitciifikld Ky Aug 25 John W Sutton a bachelqr who has been in the sewing machine business for twenty five years died suddenly at noon to day of congestion He has a sister Mra Mary Runner in Kouisvllle He was drawing a pension and was u member of tho GA R He was about sixty years old Lou- isville Post 7000 Farm Traded For A Country Store Everything thats good iu LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by Bewleyville is wild with amazement over the r cent sale made between Mr balance of 1800 and all o 1000 1001 1002 GO Drury and Mrs Ethel Basham She takes his store and stock of mer- Â¬ and 1003 nearly five years nil for tho chandise while she transfers her 7000 price of our papui alone farm near Bewleyville It is said to be t le boat trade consummated in years Round Trip Mr O GEORGE H CASPERKE BKADHNBURQ Jewelry and Insurance KHNTUOK JT LYONS TRADE MARK I- wwa A LAXATIVE r SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION A rjeUGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE treat mU fcoown laxative prlnrlniM of tola and fruit ror im core or nauu- eietUatTeii Torpid tlrer Stck Baid- acuoi an4 Ui drruua cnnaituuu oi in- u- r neve uver MU Mpeto ub accooai of IIS aaoMftcx or uira rl iiMua Wferaaalt OBI Mqop amirawTH m - mttfEDKsn co unr unraw BY KY Ifci on SAlJt SHORT HAYtfES KY OLOVKKPORT Co a new emporium Heston Willis was lighted up Saturday night There PleasaHt Evening are some twenty five liglits in ono room Miss Alliene Murray entertaiped in Â¬ a ili threw a strong ray of light into formally Wednesday evening in honor tb birtiet A large crowd gathered at of Miss Alice Dixon Henderson Icee the building were beautifully and artistically served Tlioee prwwnt were Mitwes Bowtner Goebel and Blackburn at liar Mitses Olira Show Jgan Todd Eliza- Â¬ beth Sklllman Georgie and Mamie dinsburg Saturday Sept 9 White Addle GDltto and Minnie Mur-Â¬ ray Messrs F W Fraize E O Bab Buying doods bags 0 W Moorman James Fisherand It 0 Willis and John Heston return Â¬ Eugene Veet ed Friday from Louisville and Ciuoin nati where they had been purchasing a About ose month ago ray ohlld whioh mammoth etoek of fall goods They Is fifteen months old had an attaok of hope toent r their ne w atore sometime diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting I this montlu gave it such remedies as are usually given in suoh eaeee but as uothlug jjave Cant do Without It relief we seat for a physician and it was R M OreathaWWae la towa Saturday under hie oare for a week At this time and galled at this efllee He said the the ohlld h e ben aiok for about tea Nkwb was the beet oouaty paper he ever days and was having about twenty five read ami he woald hot be without It ior operations of the bowels every twelve double the priee iHHire and we wer ooavBed that uu lees It soon obtained relief It would sot Will Locate Im LouteviHe live Chamberlains Colie Cholera tfod Mr ami Mm Israel Holder let 8aa Diarrhoea Remedy was reeoffinemled da lor Louisville Mr Holder will acd I decided to try it I boob notti- loeate there and probably eagege la the a ofeatafte for the better by IU cob Ctolier business ti a complete eure wm broegfat tUltiet Mid ft ia bow eerieetJy fcealMjy O It Bbtyt 8ovewii OUtte Co W V For sale br A tt Ffcber Qs r verport k A WmIIimo paymaster of the Henderson Route and Mr N It Hud son Civil engineer tendered the fo lowing young ladies from this place a mund trip on the Katie Misses Mamie White Ncjllle and Sallle Gregory and Elizabeth and Margaret 8kllman Mr Miller and J L Bowieof Louisville were guests on the train Â¬ P Bush HERBINE is well adapted to the cun of fevers of all kinds because it thor- Â¬ oughly cleanses tho stomach and bowels of all bilious humors and expels all im- Â¬ pure secretions of the body Price 50 cents A R Fisher Â¬ Drew a Crowd ttej OJlW03K3A iMiiNK vOKar I I am S3 tired of seeing people swallow camels and gag at gnats in the social world To carry the Golden Rule into our every day life requires that we con- Â¬ stantly practice the habft of thinking broadly and at all times according to others the same rights we demand for Belief or conviction of truth ourselves is largely a quation of geography or en- Â¬ vironment Men and women who be- Â¬ lieve deyoutly in some creed theory or school of thought as a rule find it diffi- Â¬ cult to appreciate the point of view of one whose ideas dlffor radically from what to them seems palpably the truth this in all ages has caused persecution paiu heart ache and misery It is so today in thu sodal and religious world granting to others the same right of opinion we demand for ourselves It is only simple justice and yet it is one of the most difficult lessons for us to learn Because you do not indulge in certain social pastimes it becomes a crime for another because I condemn certain Ideas and opinions you must follow suit auoh narrow mindedness is intolerable Many of the most earnest men and women whose lives have been charac- Â¬ terized by a beautiful simplicity an austere morality and an unswerving fidelity to what they believed to be right have under these convictions darkened the pages of history through Louis IX of France and persecution John Calvin are two in my mind out of hundreds that might be cited in illus- Â¬ tration of this fact How hard Chris Â¬ tians find it to maintain a spirit of sweet reasonableness in the presence of what they consider error I We should ail try to remember that the very broadest vision given to man or woman la oiroum We are all far from the sum Â¬ soribed of that great mountain Truth Our mit vision is limited and we have no right to refuse to yield to another what we ask for ourselves I say again and we all know that we are largely what natural inherltaaee geography and en vlrourueut have made as Oar thoughts aea rule are welded shaped and dyed by liBueueee Let cm remember too William how temperameau dinV Peon eould never have aoted like John Ualviu and vlee vena Yet both mea lived simple aaetere lives both were hoaeet and eiseere bat they were aa aalike temperameatally aa the eaet from the west It does seem to me that a bigoted aarrew wiaded Carietian who always epeaka el my opinion my views and taw ia a sia sjm that is wrong btaMMe I dont laminate does lev mora jV vvip ka WfPP w Bff f VW Success to the Nkws Wheat threshing is about over Wm Newman is visiting his brother on Groen river Tom Ryan of Tar Fork was the guest of Miss Maggie Newman Sunday Miss Treeie Crenshaw is visiting rela Â¬ WITH YOUR ORDER cut this tives and friends near Jolly Station ailoiitamlrrtnil tu us am we will senu you OUR HIQH Mrs Minnie Machen and children Abide dbqp cabinit iurdick stwixa machine tjriini nearest at Oo were the guests of Mrs Jack Jones lost fmmti touianrxamlnu It exa your as rcnre frelxht ucpot ana u cntt ftiLrctor Ut sail ili ntrblni week rt I to trfti olfcrrVOL KVUthlh a S0OOO pi Tllf 1IK1IID Or UUK1TK8T IIAIMMI Jour Miss Effie Jones has returned lrom a frigatanrtOur Special Offer Price 1550 75 cenu lor each 600 miles weeks stay with her aunt Mrs Frod ISO pounds and the freight will avcnxrn home and TRIAL In your CIVE IT THREE MONTHS you are not batlslletl t II dir we will return your Slo W any day Jones near Balltown I OOO SllOO of rrft akeop sad ird durlbtd la Harhlati atBeSS10 JUtkln CUIr lot liar Frra all full SI300nd ElNili Mrs Wm Pumphrey and daughter but SIS SO for Ihl DROPo DESK CABINET BTJRDIOK la the greatest value ever tie red by any bouse Miss Lizzie were guests at Mrs R M BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Crenshaws ono day last week talari under various names with TerttsmenU often ntf unkaon o ar Wrlit torn frlad la lolr to aa liars varloui Inducement Mrs R M Crenshaw and daughter ItrUAULK AID WHO AUK NOT has every B0DER1 uritOTMalT nt kvtur oon hi m Mrs Thomas Ryan were the guests of THE BURDICK uuiDa nuniM ruiiK xrisur iiiiu yrt niTii Tint f EZ MAUKIIY 1 UK HKST S1AKKI IN AMKIMlA Dl HCTSOrHOIK Mrs Mollie Newman last Tuesday rutinM iiiKuuiJiAiuuAi O N F Y SOUP QUARTER SAWED OAK R W Polkyjf TobinBport the nurse- Â¬ 1AN III Y lUSU IOUalUU one Illustration shows machine ilosed beau or i ryman was out in this neighborhood taad ar dk tba ataer plni from sight to tie uwd as a cratrr ubl opra with run lengtn taiiie anu ueau in piace lor scwmi a iaar three days last week selling fruit treee rfpar lsii ihlHi klioa rrai rarved ianeled embossed anddeci rated cai let finish nnest nlkcl drawer pulls rests on 4 imii t Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryan aud little - KEZX U ui tab e treadle genuine BTlflTJiy v nnt im r nivh i luHnid kitive four mutlin feed smvtniron stann elf threadlniz titrat mi ad in daughter Miss Mngie of Jolly Station ing shuttle automata bobbin winder adjustable bearings patent tenalost v a loose wiieei iijmimiirwi lioerator iniproeu ifwv are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R carrier patent neouie oar paient uren iniani hpi iihhumjiuvi ukwbm I and aninirld aaj brsalllallr NIOKEL TRirVIIVTED ilurbl and airal aeluU1 Hatalae M Crenshaw GUARANTEED tl llbll rBl rjot our raad Free Instruction Book t ul Hi rrlbcKl id rr kow lnrk of fanty just howanvoneianrunlt anddoeltherjiialn I or any kind every work Misses Agnes and Lou Crenshaw and mai huie a orvATln titntitno OUARANTEE sent with IT PflCTQ Yflll NnTUINn toseo and eiamlne this machine compare it Addle Newman and James Crenshaw your storekeeper sellsat4O0O with those n lau reailav SS500 ta S4UOO tar itn nn amt ttioti ir nnvlnr attended church at St Marys last Sun Â¬ rear frtlf bl lh 1660 Vfg TO KMIkV VOI K SISW If at aa lime wilt Ibrr Mioatk o aajyauare day and took dinner with Mrs Thomas ulsslUBd UUUKIITO IUI linT UIUT sur U i bin k K to are tn rouuniy rename raiwr Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III Ryan They all had a delightful time HARDINSBURG SEND NO MONEY ouet tfljASlpo IV0j m I ri it -- gSSSF iuifl I H Bfll at When you write mention this paper it InWiT ItWiW TaWiT1 DMK 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED tKAf A BOON TO MANKINDS Th6 Leading Specialists of America ng ti DR r 32i WECURE EMISSIONS jm at a lallnn iivuubua mam uvi luuunpi s mum of diiguit anil a wholo train of ty mptomt Mney nnnl a man ror butlne married No matter life and foeial happiness O Â¬ flSW TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE ti 5C T Nothlnr can bo more demoniliilDS to young or ralddle ajifxl men than tho pret They ence ot theco nightly losses siCOglTjna oi mW 53 m lna nuon WlBbl CURE whether earned by evil habits in youth natural weakneM or sexual oxceeeet our flew Method Treatment will positively ouro you k New Discovery loi the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and NO CURE NO PAY Reader you need help Early abusa or later oioesso may have weakened you Exposure may have diseased you You are not safe till eured Our New Method will ouro you You run so risk Young-- Man You are pale feeble and haggard nervous Irritable and ex citable You become forgetful morose and despondent blotches and pimples sunken eyw wrinkled fooe stooplnit form and downcast oountenanoe reveal the blight ot your exlstenoe 1 1 EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES VKERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED tubes by Mail 75 cents bottles 60 cents JaUES F Hat VUA BALLARD 250000 CURED anln OW4U Vvif WJf A Sole Projirleior 1 - iqViot X - - 310 North Main Slrwt ST LOWS MO Plnunrnnrf VwVVArwW TTv -- - oooi THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 WECURE VARICOCELE nkw MjrruoD tkkatmunt win cure It The wormy veins return to their normal condition and benoe the sexual organs reeejve proper nourish menu Thu organs beoome vitalised all unnaturml dralm or losses cease and manly powers return No temporary benefit but a permanent euro awured cVRK No matter how serious your oase may be or bow long you may have had It our rJ NO sj nun rnum vvaxnBo We treat NiK8Afiy NO NO OlKKA--ITIONO DKTKN CURES GUARANTEED First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 I nK IHtUCH and are N IMPUTKNtx SUM hYllllLl- - aiADDBK AND KID UONHULTATION CllAKllKB 8 1KKK iEAl onrasWiiSM1 ORtel W Inttruotors Praatioal thorough and anthusiaaUe men No school in this Baotton of tit Stat offers and woman superior injluoementfl C0UR5BS AND TUITION Primary iRtarwiwlirita 75 Kennedys Kergan 122 FOURTH ST O CINCINNATI Tasir D PrrttMtory tM S SO 8 SO 1 Mr iaoatu StaiaatiA Otusleal Mttle IrfwrU 1 S8 to S 90 pr nontli twk 8 80 75 to 3 85 pr For urUter ialoratlR ami Mlaloxui adtlriN S ROBERTS ftK7siu TsTMSMUBim I A B HABINBBtm0 KY Jr Frefidea r mgrn F it r Y WIliMMtil M If smudge Bewi PftESIMOT POOTE 1AW MHm Ml FNfrtH ti i t RETURNS THANKS ftft IS If ThU mn mm HARDlNSBURa rWV f fa sTMrve cooo 3ffrffyFirMlr WXDSMDAY AUGUST 90 19 il - Editor BucKmiuDoti Kiwi EIGHT PAGES Print jJHfTTTr r UnM fcr Wmmu A tt tfc rU f t nnn ANNOUNCBMBNT WXXX aiHhoriM te cmmim JOHN PIIA8 Jr m ouriMata for rfrietfoi to tk RtprwmUtto fnm Hrtki ridjf Am f MlMcct to the Mtla eftk Refwfcltein pity Wm s he Te tb Republican ef Breckenrldge Ceuaty You are hereby notified that there will be a mass convention held in the Court House at Hardinsburg Kv on Saturday Rapt 2nd 1809 at 2 oclock p ra for the purpose o nominating a Re Â¬ publican candidate for representative in the Lower Uoubo ol the General Assem Â¬ bly and transacting such other business as may properly oorae before the con- Â¬ vention All Republicans are cordially invited to attend and take part in tne meeting This July 31st 18M uardinsburg Ky Allen R Kinciislob Chairman Clint P Hook Secretary Tukrk are few questions that are of more importance to farmers than those Which concern the roads over which their crops must be drawn to market We want to ask our correspondents to send us the news Btrictly Dont senu me mie gossip oi your neiguuur- hood tbat is not news Send us the names of persons who aro visiting your neighborhood from a distance the deaths marrUges births improvements sales of stock and farms church news political news and everything tbat is of interest to the general public Our space is pre- Â¬ Everybody wants cious and in demand to be heard and must be heard if they have news and views that are fit to f R RECf EDNi DD1 print lforW Ecerm Tub Democrats of this county met at Hardinsburg last Monday and nomina- Â¬ ted Mayor J A Barry of this city as their candidate for the Legislature The race between he and young Haswell may be made quite interesting The Nkws finds no special objections to Mr Barry He has been mayor of Clover- port for several years and has made a very efficient officer What his policy may be as a candidate for the Legisla lature we will likely hear from him fully when he takes the stump The people are interested in a man who will render them efficient service in the Legislature as well as elsewhere The News just now is not taking much stock in politics All we desire is to see good men in office htwbmuu to the Janaww meeting Iraki in Mnrerport last wtejs the 94th ia to Hiii thank the ettiMHW of the town and vUhilly one aad all for the royal Manner ia which our meettaft mm entertained The town joined the farmers and be tweea them everything was nontrlbuted to sake this the reeeptioa of receptions and they certainly did It I do not think it is saying too maoh to my that this easily defeats any pre Â¬ vious effort at public entertainments held in the county and while I expect Â¬ ed the meeting to be well entertained at Cloverport I confess that I was astonish Â¬ ed or got more than I had reason to expect The one feature that at the very first caught or impressed us was the thorough and complete genuineuees of the people and the oft repeated solution to stay a Carriages met day and night with us the train to convey those who came by rail The good Methodist pcfople tendered us the use of their church the seating capacity of which is about GOO and we easily filled it We very much appreci- Â¬ ate your kindly feeling and public spirit brethren and of courso it meets Divine approval The choir exercises throughout was grand and very appropriate indeed We could not have even farmers meetings if the ladies did not help us but they always help a good cause The newBtore dining room furnished us by Mr Oelze was just the hall we needed for the dinner spread and he deserves Bpoctal thanks for the same A regular Del Monico dinner was seryed in amount quality and style for we had indeed an elegant dinner and an abundance of it plenty of ice water and lemonade also in fact an abundance of everything and old fashion hospitality pushing it on you I very much ad- Â¬ mired the good taste displayed by the ladies in arranging and serving this Miesea Net and Ada Beard are viiuW lag in LoalevlTIe Jim Yonneer ef Cloverport the gttcet of KIm AIM Witt There will be OiiHdrtwc Dy out at Wesley Obepel next Swftday We still have sotae cMee breakfast bacon at 10c Kelt pee Grocery Mies Blanche Amest el Lotttevllle is the lovely guest of Mies Lata Vessels David Murray who has been visiting Mrs M II Beard has returned bottle Mies Daisy flnyder who Ims been vis iting relatives at Garleld has returned TMTiitag Leaves Give GOEBEL Jb miD Â¬ dinner After our meeting adjourned a short free railroad excursion was givon out to the Shops stone quarry etc This trip was very much entoyed for wo met many things new to most of us The gentlemen in charge of these worts were yery polite and took pleasure in showing us through Our thanks to the railroad Our meeting was a big success in every way and profitable to those who will profit by it We fully appreciate all that the people in and around Cloverport did for us Our thanks to you all After tbe crowd dispersed and approaching darkness ob- Â¬ literated the forms of J D Babbage and Judge J R Skillman who were still looking for some one whom they could serve I retired for the night with my friend E B Oglesby who by the way is doing all he can to promote a more thrifty agricultural status in his section and county And now a word to the farmers who have spoken to me in such high praise of these meetings and in reply to their inquiries as to where will the next meeting be and will these meetings continue etc I will say it is one of the is is i t Fi ngini iginal one aj aper I kNkm le Dtj todoi her it duty ty i denti i tthe Tiik farmers Institute which met here last Thursday was made up of as genteel and respectable set of men as could be found anywhere There were present a number of the leading farmers of the county and men who had Bpent a They hadnt lifetime on the farm much to tell us that was new relative to farming but their plain matter of fact way of expiession was interesting Some of them had been quite successful others not so much so But it was for an inter change of ideas upon the system of farm mg of to day tbat the meeting was called Some of them told how they could still raise big crops in Kentucky soil while some seemed to find it a drag The young men present were much interesttd in this business and it was for them to get much out of this meeting The old men nave done much to open the way but it is for the young man with the late improvements in machin ery all at bis command to not only make farming profitable but the most delightful business in which he can en gage These meetings are calculated to bring about this end Important questions are discussed The beet thing for the soil and soil building are brought for ward If the young men will take hold and give farming the same attention that is given any other business they are bound to reap good results It needs and must have his best thought and study to reach such ends Cloverport did all she could toward entertaining the visitors and they went away feeling tbat it had been a day well spent Wants a iood Man for Jlagistrate Bhwleyvillk Aug 21 Fellow citi highest of human inspirations to know that your fellow men believe in you and take you for what you mean to do rather than what you are able to do These meetings are strictly educational and will do tbe tarmer much good We now know their importance and benefit and although we are far behind some of our sister states in establishing these we have now taken a place in the procession and we will not retrograde but be found always a little nearer front Our next meeting I think should go to Meade cou nty We want to hold enough of these meetings but not too many for it is considerable work trouble and ex Â¬ home Mr E Norton who has been confined to bis bed with typhoid fever is improv- Â¬ ing Mrs Cbae Wadlington and her son Blward are the guests of Mrs Nat Wad Â¬ lington The kid nine oame up here last Satur- Â¬ day from Cloverport and got done up in two games Miss Margaruite Baker who has been returned visiting friends at Irvington home Sunday Miss Emma Lue Moorman of Glen deane was the guest of Miss Irene Board last week Granville Wilson and John Lyons sold thirty sfx head oi young cattle last week to John McGayock Mrs Lucy T Smith from Mo is vis Â¬ iting her father Mr Philip Durham near Hardinsburg Mr Estel Sutton wife and child who have beon visiting here the past week returned home last Sunday Rev J W Blgham will begin a protracted meeting at the new Methodist church at Kirk next Sunday A Sunday school has been organised out at Mount Zion and it will open next Sunday morning at nine oclock Miss Marion Babbage who has been visiting her aunt Mrs KiDgiton has returned to her home at Cloverport Miss Maggie Brodie and Miss Lula An- Â¬ derson who have been visiting Mrs Cunningham have returned home Rev A H Davis left yesterday to visit his family in the State of Ohio and he will not return until after conference John W Sutton the old sewing ma Â¬ chine man well known to many people in this county died last week at Litch field Allen Murray one of the most popu- Â¬ lar young men In the city returned to his home at Salt Lake City last Mon- Â¬ day Miss Ada Bell Henderson of Webster and Miss Hattie Bell Stewart of Louis- Â¬ ville are the attractive guests of Miss Lelia McGary John Hook Sr has exebunged his residence for Thomas Rhodes property Mr Hook will move to Louisville about the first of September JudgeJAhl Sheriff VB Burton Orit Hamilton and FelixHambletoa will leave next Sunday for Philadelphia to attend the G A R meeting Miss Mary Snyder who has been at Garfield conducting the Millinery de partment in Mr A A Richardsons big store is at home on a short yisit Mr Pae who runB a big department house for farm machinery etc at Jolly is putting in an engine and machinery for planing and dressing lumber Miss Nannie Batle who has been vis Â¬ iting MIbs Neti Beard has returned to her home in Louisville She was ac- Â¬ companied by Miss Ada and Neti Beard Mrs Owerr Cunningham Misses Tula Daniels and Mary LaSleur attended the Â¬ Â¬ warning of winter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declining power No matter how barren the tree nor how leafless It may seem you confidently expect leaves again And why Because there is life at the roots So you need not worry about the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth and beauty And why Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of tbe hair BLACKBURN WILL SPEAK AT HARDINSBURG KY SATURDAY SEPT 9 ALL n -Tj Mm t t AVERS HAIR VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ ity ine nair ceases 10 come out It begins to grow and the glory of your youth is restored to you we have a book on tbe Hair It is free and its Diseases 4 ARE INVITED m mr TniiT r MyMrMTTM m- - Senator Qoebel and Hon W T Ellis WILL SPEAK AT a 7ha Burnt Advlao Free 41 U joa do not obtain all the benefit Ton ezpectod from the uio o the Vleor write the doctor about it Probably thero li tome dlfficnltr with your Kn- eral aritem which mar be eatllr rempred Addrofi OK J O AVER LoweU Matl CLOVERPORT FRIDAY NIGHT KY 8 5hJ Shamrocks Features of the game Severs played fine ball on first base Klncheloe Beard and Anderson played professional ball Court Babbage is the cracker jack left fielder of thecountry Anderson the left handed pitcher pitched fine ball for 14 innings SEPT meeting of the Womans Foreign Mis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pense I would like it if Handcock and Ohio or Hardin county would join us making four counties in this Agricultural Asso- Â¬ ciation and then hold Bay one meeting per year in each of the counties The farmers should subscribe for one or more good agricultural journals and keep read up along our lines and come to our meetings prepared to take part in the discussions and be sure to ask some important questions for that Is the way we are to learn I shall be glad to hear from those who are interested in these meetings and to have their suggestions and invite correspondence from neighboring coun- Â¬ zens of Bewleyville Magisterial District J he time will soon be here for you to choose a Magistrate and I warn you iu time to make no mistake The office is an important one do not commit your too quick The main thing is to get e BffiSc ret rate man Dont just select be- n those who may oiler and dont hhheBsSs e for or againBt a road tax a nuee- For my part I care not whether t aonHB ptionslnjapa for or against it I know not what a thBlHxKMt and neither do the people Ask er folMrfflDiP rouuse of him ouly to serve the than BPVJe10 people as he may think beet ilm be a man you will feel proud of lfyo wBSii on the county bench He should iinar 1r m near central as possible and hold r paj led br hfchCjeurt in Irvington this Is a long dls-er oai tim l hve been asked to name a man OiLglI UM I thought would suit I have look- Frec the field and I have found a m by I think will All the bill to a dot I land know tbat he will oonsent but I etrivil 1 wor tbffck If his preetaet will demand his ervtoec he will give it I have knows trprii He has the ability Mm from boyhood aad tlM honesty and if tbeCoHaty Court m get more like hint you will never tave any trouble to get a county Judge that body I think Webstar preeinet Jim the man LJih sane u Tohw8j fl Header- II ye people will fetfti him this t sid kewtf will take alt her for Mm ties And now in behalf of our association I thank the Bkbckenbidob News heartily for the help it has always given us and every other worthy move undertak- Â¬ We succeed en in this whole county because of the help of this paper It always helps the right and is a power Where Ib there a paper half bo much in terested intthe prosperity welfare and advancement of its people Who will even BUggeet one in comparison Yours truly Â¬ Â¬ Timsit Â¬ IP Dr Prest of Breokenridge and Meade coun r W Footk Â¬ ty Agricultural Association A Thousand Tongue Could not express the rapture of An Â¬ nie K Springer of 112 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Dtaeovery for Oofmunp tion had completely tnued her of a hack iHg eoagh that for many years has made life a burden All other remedies and doctors eould give her so help but she says of this Royal Care It booh relieved the pala in ay eheet and 1 ean bow sleep eoundly something I oan scarcely re member doing before I feel like seaHd- lag its praises throughout the Universe So will avwy oue who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for say trouble of the Throat Chert or Lungs Price flOe aad xnai Dotue iree at snort a my ites drag store every bottle guaraateed i sionary Society last week at Branden- Â¬ burg Miss Mabel Hardin Beauregard Chen nete Kan Mrs Dr Pennington Owens boro Mr Jamrs Younger Cloverport Mr Eugene Gilliland Lexington will visit the family of J A Witt thia week Linas Coombs has some boys that are moving things on his farm There is nothing like having a good strong force with a fellow when he needs it and Bro Linas seems to be lucky in this respect Tbe following were the guests of Mrs M H Beard last Sunday Miss Dixon of Henderson Miss Alliene Murray of Cloverport Messrs Fred Fraize Fred Ferry of Cloyorport and Mr Willis Green Falls of Rough A woman tells another about a good Knowing this we have cut purchase the price on clothes lines from 10c to 5c Washboards from 15e to 10c Glass tumblers from 15c to 10c per set Call on us this week Eclipse Grocery Tbe members of the Hardinsburg Ma Â¬ sonic Lodge had a called meeting last Friday night Two young members Messrs Sherman Ball and Herbert Beard were giyen tbe third degree in Masonry Minor Compton and Dan R Smith of Garfield were the visiting members We have bad the pleasure of using some of tbe beet brand of flour made by J B Bates Co at their mill at Jollys Station Truly it is a world beater and Bates Co are getting a big sale for it Their mill was idle for two weeks while they were putting in a new boiler but they are now running regular again Ohas Scott son of Maj Horaae Scott who has beea with W if Belknap 4c Co Louisville for tite test few months has enlisted as a voluateer ia tbe U 8 Army He is bow at Caap Meade 1aun Hie regiment will gu to the PhllfppfB as boob as neeoeeary amacemeats ota be wade for UaaeporUtfou His defter tare was quite a wrpriee Ut kls frteada Where the digestion is good and th general powers of the system in a healthy state worms can find no habita tion in the human body WHITES CREAM VFRMIFUGE not only destroys every worm but corrects all de tbe fence cornem engage the attentjon rangements of the digestive organs of those farmers who are not busy in tobacco Price 25 cts A R Fisher W J Piggott shipped seventeen head Go out and hear Gocbel and of cattle to Dan Brooks of Louisville Blackburn at Hardinsburg Sat- Â¬ They averaged 1200 and brought 4 cts per pound urday Sept 9 Dr Arthur Walker accompanied by Dr Henry Board from- - Hardinsburg BEWLEYVILLE recently spent several days here looking alter our teeth Another week and no rain The folks who attended the Farmers Wo all enjoy tbe pieacbing at Irving- Institute at Cloverport are loud in their ton praises of their excellent entertainment Phelps Walk6r is away teaching and all round good time A large num school ber from this part of the country were Miss Mollie Clarkson has gone to Big present -- The Bewleyville Magisterial District Spring to visit friends Constance of Louisville is is on the honor roll sure No saloon at Miss Jessie Webster none at Irvington and we dont visiting Mrs D O Heron its just too The public roads all over our county have any either good to talk about Some people want are being worked in first class style We are very much Indebted to the whisky to go out all over the world all News for help in our local option of a sudden like a flash No such good luck It will take lots of persistent hard fight Geo E Drury bad traded his stock of work and wore enlisted for the warfare The recent victory for Temperance in goods to Mrs Ethel Basham for her this district waa owing to tbe indefatigafarm W 0 Jolly bought ten Thropsbiro ble exertions of Thos J Jolly Every sheep from Wm Baskett of Guston last dittioiiragemect but served to increase his z A and he just simply refused to week Mary Board and Lena Drury allow any one to feel that tbe cause Misses spent Monday and Tuesday visiting in would suffer defeat There were many who gaye very substantial help All of Big Spring our good preachers and some from othvr E P Hardaway recently bought five places The women of the placo held fine sheep from Mr Pitman who lives their prayer meeting and then repaired near Corydon Ind to the polls and remained to the joylul Jesse Payne went to Oakland near end Hardinsburg Saturday to begin a school ped Â¬ DONT FORGET THESE DATES MY AMBITION IS NOT TO BE OUTDONE MY DRUG STORE iL Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ IS VERF COMPLETE IN ALL LINES OF f I v y Pure Drugs Chemicals Toilet Articles Etc V I TRY TO STUDY THE INTEREST OF MY PATRONS With a carefully selected stock of Only the Best and a graduate in phar- Â¬ macy you see results from every dose of medicine Have your Pres- Â¬ criptions componnded here and see the virtue of Puro Drugs YOU SHARE THE PROFITS IN BUYING GOODS FROM ME Whon in Irvington make my store your headquarters Lave your friends to meet you here GIVE ME A CALL WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT Very Truly Yours i f Ob-h-- h Â¬ n r THE UP-TO-DA- TE nivjvjiiMO DRUGGIST w zzrz LOGAN COLLEGE Russelville Monday Aug 28th W T Cain left Saturday for Raymond where he will teach the ensuing term beginning Aug 38th Bro Walton passed through our town Satruday returning from work in our Temperance campaign Mrs Sarah Drury and Mrs B A Hardaway attended the Missionary The Most Fatal Disease More adults die of Kidney trouble than of any other disease When the first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed Or money refunded 50c and 1 00 A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardins Â¬ Founded in 184G For the Higher Education of Girls and Young Wo- men Bnildimr lares and well enuin- Faculty graduates of tho great Colleges and Universities Superior advan- Â¬ tages in Music Art Elocution and Ancient and Modern Languages Address Ky A G MURPHY President Â¬ MOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS burg A farmer way out in Oregon writing to the publishers of Horse book advertised in this issue says I haye read a num- Â¬ ber of books on the horse eome of them are large and high priced but Biggie Horse Book did me more good than any of them Tbe price is 50 cents free by mall address the publishers Wilmer day Atkinson Co Philadelphia The work of cleaning sbrubery from Â¬ meeting at Brandenburg Wade Drury and Owen Kasey and Misses Hattie McCoy and Stella Paul are at Sulphur Spring today Monday Mies Blanche Jolly took her friend Miss Mary Board over to visit Mrs T O Henderson Friday returning Satur They overcome Weak ness irregularity and omissions increase vig or and banish rams of menstruation They are LIFE SAVERS to glrla at womanhood aiding development of organs and body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure 100 PER BOX BY MAIL Sold by druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio For sale by Short Haynee Druggist Cloverport Ky Send 260 to the Brbokknbidcie Nbws and got a 500 Bible ft y uu Alamo jiae ui uuargt lor one year n The Empire Disq Drill H m 1 i LIT T lLlHiiELHtiiMaMLaLHilVilfyyi iiimrrmiflPPMr m ml mm here JMSK tULL MjWftjlMj bm m Noma ot r ai Lvuhmli A Foots iw The Acrobats ef Oleverpert eroteed bats with the Uhaauoeks of llardias burg at the Ball ltrk Saturday afteraooa Ah X Batteries Acrobats OBriea Black aBd and OBriere Shamrock Aaderua Score of the nine tuning game 1 to 0 la favor of Sbamrocfa of Ibe Ave laaiog game 1 Co favor of the 1 tRUnKmHBEwKMWliAMKB LiiiiBbHwbIVK ttLlB Beet Disq Drill made This it a auperb maohine and will give pwfeot satisfaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It Will never clop un with mm etaiiro w i raM or foul trash of any kind It does not make my tT iflerenoe how hard th aivuml te i i il wiLdo and suooewful work jwt V1 Wfty w wedjuit one war Mflurate rellab2 ad profitable all at Uie aauia flma i uav the EMPIKE Dill IX way TliMim yfeasone enough to All a book so weve filled one aad will w mmiu u iree w tuoee who Are suffidenUv In lexeetedtoaskrbrit Addrew tit JMt it a ViiaiiaiiaiiaiiaiiaiiaiiaiiaiaiLifMKW mmmmwzmmmmmmmammmmmM J mWUJK iu W - - PATE KMNTUQKY pjppaajssjjawFW i V ITfl MKZBnEHI FYn V dkfttMWIHMU Join a JHrk wT HaEaaSBatt w Wffri PPWJ91 ARE YOU BANKRUPTinhealth IJ constitutibn undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre gafding the Iawg of nature or physical capital all gone if so you For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Tutts Liver Pills will cure NEVER DESPAIR TV Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure ft J The Nqws in Brief 5 Its hello mm I New collars at Suiters 444 4444 44444 4444 Pf hi 4f m Phone 5 ring 2 Suitors Freeh candies at the City Bakery An Ice plant would pay in this city Newsom Gardner was in town Sunday Jfow goods always arriving at Sulzers Go to Sippels or your confectioneries W It Williams was in Louisville Sun day Soda wator and Â¬ ire cream at the Oity x - Bakery Miss Nellie Gregory has returned homo You get the best melons from the City Bakery Miss Ladoeca May went to Louisville Sunday 0 0 Yates of Louisville was in town Friday W Dont forgot to buy your lunches from Sippels Kissing Bug Fins Something new at Sulzars W H Bowmer went to Louisville s Tuesday Miss Bessie Keys spent Sunday in Irvington Kerchief Ties A pretty assortment at 8ulzerfl Rev McNortcn of Franklin was in town Tuesday Tomorrow Hardlnsburg and Glover port cross bats Sheriff Burton of Hardlnsburg was in town Monday D 0 Bell of Hardlnsburg was in the city Saturday The most refreshing drinks are daily served at Sippels Julius Brashear of West Point was in the city last week V G Babbage of Hardinsburcr was in the city Thursday The finest brain tonic on earth is Grape Nut at Sulzare Heaton Willis Co are moving into their new building Mrs Price Graham went to Ekron Sunday to visit relatives The Katie arrived Thursday and made tho boys feel happr Boating parties on the placid waters of the Ohio are all Urn go Charley Jackson who has been having chills has about recovered There will be services at Holts Chap pel next Sunday at 11 a m Miss Ethel Sterett of Hawesville is yisitingMisfl Delia Moorman Mr H L Stader and Miss Bose Ryan spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Dr S S Watkins and son Griffith of Owensboro were in town Monday Miss Flora Smith of Cannelton Ind is visiting Mrs J P Ditzenbauch Miss Rozan Wilson of Hawesville will visit Misa Irene Jarboe this week Mr J T Bell and Oourtland Driskell of HardinBburg were in town Saturday Fred Fraize and Fred Ferry took a drive to Hardlnsburg Sunday afternoon Miss Alios Mattingly has resigned her position as cashier at Wm Vest Sons Mine Maggie Johnson of Hardlnsburg is in the city with her aunt Mrs James Lewis Mrs Eugene Haynes entertained sev Â¬ eral of her lady friends Thursday after- Â¬ noon Logan Pate of Hardlnsburg was in town Ssnday enroute to Henderson county Mr James Skillman of Louisville wm the guest of relatives in the oity lag week An aoeeunt of the kid game played at Hardtneburg Saturday appears in that column Mrs James Kiuoheloe and children of Carrolton are visiting her parents at Glendeane Owen and Allen Davis of Louisville are visiting their uncle Mr Cliff File at Goftstaptine Jmbm Fltfth of Webster has rented property in thiseity and is moyinghl family here Miss Mary Jarboe will leave this even ing for Qwweboro whew she gwa to Â¬ 1 R R- WANTED - T I 250000 OOPS AND POLES wWfp 1 Apply t Wart Will oommence to Noelrs An 95 if MSl lj 14 i GhasMaySr Stephensport Mrs Olark Wheeler of Lonisville is Eastern capitalists are endeavoring to visiting Mrs E M Miller promote the organization of a corset Mrs Frank C Ferry left Friday for combine Evidently they want to get a Henderson to spend a week tight squeeze Robt W Vaugbam made a business Mrs Julius Nolte and daughter Miss Eloise after a pleasant stay with rela Â¬ trip to Lexington last week Mrs Clark Wheeler and Mrs E H tives at Rosetta and other points have Miller spent Wednesday and Thursday returned home Cashier Morris Board of the Bank of in Hardlnsburg Hardlnsburg and Will Hook of Har- Â¬ J Billingaly a popular traveling flour dlnsburg attended the Institute in this man of Rockport Ind was at the Smith House Wednesday city Thursday D wight H Baldwin founder of the Cards will be sent out soon for a re- Â¬ established piano concern D H Bald Â¬ ception to be given by Mr and Mrs M Co of Louisville is dead He Blain at Hotel Midway win was 78 years old MiBses Mary Louise Allen of Ohenault W W Brooks photographer of Louis- Â¬ and Miss Cora Alberta Duckwall of Lou- Â¬ ville will locate in this city His head- Â¬ isville were in town Wednesday quarters will be over M Hamman Mr Johnson and family of Cloverport Sons furniture store moved here last week and are occupy- Â¬ BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT gives ing the J H Payne cottage on Main instant relief in cases of Bleeding Burns street Bruises Scalds Cuts etc Price 25 and Miss Mary and Mrs Harrison Dowell 60 cents A R Fisher Sample and Misa Addle Dowell of Gray Â¬ Miss Florence Cottrell after a sojourn son Springs are visiting Mrs G W of a week or more at the picturesque Payne home of Miss Jenny Greens arrived For Sals One League Chalnlese home Saturday evening 10 Bicycle good condition several Mr Charley Eider a thrifty farmer of other wheel bargains must be Bold Fox this county attended the Farmers In terrier pups imported blood 300 C etitute Thursday He was well pleased 0 Lewie Box 45 Stephensport Ky and gained many valuable points Far some reason we was made to Bay Walter May and Bisters Misses Eva in laic wmk thaC LaRue G Barkley of and Eliza have- - returned from Owens- Â¬ Uuiind States of America and eot boro after a pleasant visit with their When what we meant to remark was of cousin Mrs E H Briedenbaugb the U S army not knowing bis comMaster Edward Jo and sister Blanche pany or regiment Beil of Hardlnsburg were in town Sat Â¬ The grave of Samuel H Perrigo was urday enroute to Alexis His where they opened Wednesday 23rd and the re Â¬ go to Join their father Mr W H Bell mains laid by the side of his wife In the Mrs Frank Fraize and Bister Miss Hill oeraetry 30 years had passed Bince Genetta Warfleld have returned home the first burial and though nothing but after an enjoyable stay of several weeks bones were found every one of the body at the noted summer resort Cape May was there and in good condition The NY shoe soles were found perfectly sound Mr W F Hpoehr and family of Hen Â¬ The eoffln was a home made blaok derson were in the oity Sunday the walnut and though it was in deeayed guests of Mr and Mas D H Beyers condition yet several good else pleoea Hereptesenta the Henderson route were perfeotly solid as 8gnt at that plaee Mrs T J Mlnary of LeafevUle is vis Â¬ iting her parents Mr and Mrs J G Stephens of Addison aim Jobs and A D Mlnary Mr T J Hiaary and Helm d reÂ¬ Mlnary earae down Satanlay taking Scotts Emulsion be Â¬ mained over Sunday cause its warm weather The editor of ttie Farm Journal asks Keep taking it until you are Why have a mwtgage oe the farm cured poor oropc sour bread grip leak la the It will heal yourlunfs and roof bole la the jtMkftt skeleton is the five yot rich Wood in sum imU or trtwbte floitt r My tott af in winter Ifs cod wboxyw MP gfitko Ikiw Jottaal for Irver jf made easy o talajMf mi U of IMS MM Â¬ art not too lata at Virk Oity Jwr oontry bom Mrs K E Pennington of OwenMwro The Ito Mans Pin is all the rag at is spoadlMg a week or mor with her SnlMrs sitter Mrs Henry Asheraft at Irying Oapt J J HetminatMl KdwanlKnllny ef Hawsville were in the elty Wfclnw ton eses Vina and Flora Olark and An day evening CttanUniti gets nie flarWn of Oweasbore are vieUlfig with health Ifwt MaJr Jones ef Toledo 0 will run iu the family ol Mr and Mrs Wood Have catarrh any that Mate as an independent eandidate Weatherholt at Tobinsport where we can for Governor net be wholly Itev T S MeCall president of the With more miles of good roads In the clean county you would then Bee double the Kentucky College for young ladles at Make system Â¬ spent Friday In town in Pewee Valley atic effort to vehiolesin nee the interest of his school be free from Mr and Mrs Till Pauley spent Sun this distrusting day in Louisville the gueets of her sister Fifth Annual Trotting Meeting disease Mrs L A Johnston 103 Mrs Louis Adams Every Indloatlon for a siieor seful meet Pilham and Ripley 8t Montgomery Mrs Sam Conrad had to tea Monday ing points to thp Plfh Annual TrottlDg Ala tells her experience with eatarrh evening a number of ladlee in houoi u meeting which biks pin re at Louisville of the stomaoh and how she was Miss Bessie Logan All raloads filtering cured in September I will state to yon that I have Rieff rf of Louisville have granted a one fare rate Misses May me and Leonia taken eight bottles of your Evansville Ind are the guesta of Misses for the round trip from all points In and two of and rejoice to sayr Kentucky The tickets will be on sale God bless Dr Hartman and Eva and Ellsa May Miss Katie Yeager who has been vis Monday Sept 5 to Sunday Sep 30th And I earnestly assuro yon that it iting relatives at Pleasureville returned juoluslve Thpy are good for thu return has dono mo more good than any medi pawmgo until Oct 2 The entries are cine I have ever taken in my life I home Monday night composed ol the beet elate of harness prescribe it to OTory ono I meet who Miss Grace Geary went to Lotilnvlle homes in tho country nnd the Associa- Is Buffering as tho best medicino In last week 8he will be tho guest of Mr tion expects to entertain noreemon from the world and have made many con Â¬ and Mrs E H Z rckel verts who are now rejoicing In tho all points great good which thoy have derived Are you acting according to tho in from the same I can tell you that I structions of the Board of Health in re Â¬ A ireo and easy expectoration is proam almost entirely relieved of indiges Â¬ gard to your premises duced by a few down of BALLARDS tion that great foe which has tortured HOREHOUND SYRUP In all cases of mo so many years and can now eat Messrs Norman and Isarel White head oMtome aro visiting Mr Edward Hoarseness Sore Thrna nr difllcully of anything I desire without it is fruits or breathing Price 25 and CO eta A R something acid Whitehead of this city To understand the scientific action Wm Mlllnor and bou Dr J T Fisher Dr of it is best to have Dr Hart Mlliner passed through town Saturday Blake Johnson mans Bpccial book for women or his enroute to Union Star There will occur Sunday morning at book on chronio catarrh Theso books F N DeHuy loft Tuesday for Louis- Â¬ tho St Rose Catholic church a beautiful aro mailed f rco by tho Medi- Â¬ O cine Company ville He goes to attend the State Columbus All wedding The participants aro Mr druggist sell Convention Ernest Blake to Misa Lillie Johnson Misses Allleue Murray and Alice Father Bray will perform tho ceremony Dixon went to Hardlnsburg Friday to Thoy aro both They Ate A dood Dinner young people visit Mrs M H Beard of this countv The News wishes them Mrs Foster T Hoyser who ran the Mrs Forrest Lightfoot is visiting at a life of perfect bliss well known Heysor house in this the home of her father Mr William town for years gave an elegmt dinner Miller near Hardlnsburg Sunday to her old boarders Hows This I Those Miss Mary Bates a pretty Hawavillo We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward present were Miss Ora Alexander1MeBsre girl is in the city She is at the home for atfy case of Catarrh that can not bo Frank Payne John Phelon Dr A A Simons Joe Harpole and Jesse W of Mr and Mrs 0 E Lightfoot cured by Halls Catarrh Curo Mrs 0 B Skillman entertained at tea F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Owen We the undersigned have known F J Thursday evening a number of ypung Besides curing soie eyes an granulat- Â¬ Cheney for tho last fifteen years and beladies in honor of Miss Dixon ed lids in every case where uiied Suth- Â¬ Mrs L L Smith of Louisville is in lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- erlands Eaglo Eyo Salve the great EYE the city visiting Mis F M Smith and iness transactions and financially able to TONIC has precluded the necessity of carry out any obligations made by their her daughter Mrs L T Reld spectacles with thousands both young firm Mrs Ann M Hall and Miss Minnie West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ and old It strengthens eyesight is Bubenzer of Rockport Ind are visit do Marvin prepared especially for the eyes and is 0 Walding Kinnan ing Mr and Mrs J 0 Connor recommended for nothing else Good Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohio Mr and Mrs George Bentfey arrived Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- druggists sell it from Hawesville Tuesday They will ly acting directly upon the blood and Goes Down In Defeat yislt Mr and Mrs F N DHuy mucous surfaces of the system Price Joilys station has some Jolly good Miss Jennie Sterett of Evansville 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists boys but not jolly enough to play ball reached this city Thursday She was Testimonials free Thursday August 24 a game of ball was Halls Familv Pills are the best the guest of Misa Mayme DeHaven played between the Gloverports and Master James Jabine has returned that club Owing to the Farmers InSTEPHENSPORT home afler a pleasant visit to his rela stitute being in session on that day the tives Dr and Mrs R L Nowsom was small However it was Mrs M Blain went to Louisville Sun attendance Shaw who have Mr and Mrs an interesting game The score stood day been visiting in Tobinsport returned to 0 in favor rf Cloverport H S English left last week for South Thursday to their homo at Louisville Mr and Mrs John Furrow pased ern Ky A free open discussion of any Floyd Miller of Henderson was in through town Sunday enroute to the qnestion before the people is town Sunday country to spend the day with friends Go out and Charles Wedlington was in Hardint right and proper Mr and Mrs Ruesel Hawkins and his mother Mrs Caleb Hawkins were in burg Wednesday hear Qoebel and Blackburn Sat- Â¬ town Thursday attending the Institute L B McCubbins of Hardlnsburg was urday Sept 9 Mr and Mrs Charles Satterfleld and in town Thursday family of Pineville arrived Sunday Mrs Eliza Best spent Saturday and lTW9Sl--WVmSnight to visit his mother Mrs Thomas Sunday in Rome Ind Satterfleld Georgia McCubbins was in Miss Mr and Mrs Wm Hanks who have Union Star Wednesday been visiting Mr and Mrs John Weisen Wm Vargison of Owensboro was in bsrger have returned to their home at town a few days last week Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-- hoM party glvtJi by Miss Joeta MDOttNirwft ThM yon candolfytw LEAN PEOPLE rs A FAIR AND SQUARE Praaldnt -- iaaaaaaaaaaaaVrfi aaaaaHMB M O N K WOOD A M Man-a-li- n Pe-ru-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Sunday- -school Pe-ru-- Ckicagg Medical uA Surgical hstitafe ei7 LaSalle Avenue Chloag0 III Batabltahed In Chicago oyer twenty years llegularly chartered under act of Illinois Legislature Capital fully paid 8100000 The oldest largest most reliable and successful Medical Institute In the V H Private rooms for TatlenU with facilities for any emergency X ltay Microscopical and Urlscopleal Kxamlnatlon are made In all cases whenever diagnosis Is doubtful Write for freo Hook on Deformities nnd llracee Club Feet Curvature of the Hplnp Bronchitis Catarrh Cancer Tumors riles Paralysis Kpllepsy Kidney llladder Kye Bar Skin and lllood Diseases and nil Sur- Â¬ gical Operations Host facilities apparatus and remedies for tho successful treatment and euro of all Obscure or Chronio Diseases We absolutely guarantee to cure every case of Nervous Debility and diseases re Â¬ sulting from abuses and Indiscretions of Tooth and Manhood Spermatorrhoea Sem Â¬ inal Weakness night losses and vital drain In urine Impotcncy Varicocele Hydro- Â¬ cele Stricture Phimosis etc etc Charge lteasonable No Incurable cases accepted No C O D or deposit schemes Failure U unknown tousi 10000 testimonial letters on file from cured patients Many cured at home Consultation free and confidential personally or by letter Write us to day l pago Uookonall Chronic and Surgical Diseases and list of 130 questions sent free LAT F OOTED ACT That we have reduced the price on all goods in the Dry Goods Department j There are no exceptions and no half way work but well-to-d- o MALARIA ANTIDOTE EVERY CUT S TO THE VERY QLQK HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC NOTE The New formula is vry pal- Â¬ atable and raoro effective than Quinine Â¬ Â¬ just what you need Promotes Healthy Appetite Strengthens You will feel better after second dose If Run Down Played Out SULZERS Phone 5 Ring 2 Â¬ TRY IT I Better than Quinine because it regulates Liverand bowels invig- Â¬ orates the whole system It will do the work no after depressionno Uuzzing ears or deafness CERTAIN CURE For Ohllla and Malaria fevers guaranteed AT DRUGGISTS Dont accept any Substitute 50c and 100 Bottles Â¬ Â¬ A Big Drive 03ST Â¬ Â¬ ROBINSON PETTET Incorporated CO Ladies and G 1 LOUISVILLE KY G OQds ents Furnishing i FOR RENT n Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Ties Shirts 9 WANTS W FOtt 8ALE SEED WHEAT 600AGREFARM In one of tho best and most fertile farming sections of the county 100 Acres 150 Acres 20 Acres In Orchard in Glover In Meadow Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion Shirt Waists Top Skirts Underskirts Hose Suspenders Night Gowns Jackets Capes and Shoes Gents Hats Caps Collars Ties Shirts Suspenders Pants and Nice Suits Union Made Overalls Suits Line of Shoes Ladies Underwear and Top Skirts Up-to-da- te POlt pie Pool Seed Wheat 90 cent per nn board cart lteetea Ohio See ham News offlce N REUS RKKSKS OHIO FOR KENT OR LEASE SALE J THOn rent or leese THK COTTAGE to H V HAIUb EOR 8ALE MILCH COWS Apply Rest in wheat corn tobacco My reasonB for wanting to rent is on account of failure of health A good show for the TWR SALE Hreih milch cow One Hamp JCihire yearling ram ill lone yearling iteers For tale by V kMINOK Holt Ky FOR 8ALE DRCG STOCK JC gain T701t SALE ZT A good lock or drug Apply to Cox Ekron Ky THI a great bar LEOAL BLANKS right man For further par- Â¬ ticulars write mo A J GROSS Unit U W K BROWN Irvington Ky and Illank Deed and Mortgairei and I All Forme of Legal Olanki UHKCKHN ItlDGK NEWS OFFICE T7IOK SALE TD1TI0N POIl in Bryant Collfjge Loulaville Kv DltECKKNltlDGKNEWS OFFICE EDQKWOOD BBHKSIIIRES SALE Certificate Stratton Apply to lwvw IlRKItD th kind that win a the rM nrrlnfmv herd at Indianapolis nd Snrlncflold thl vear I y 01 my own win alien 1 inowea oniy animal breading and captured a good percentage ol tha aemraDie priie ine prire wmning Doar jieaa light Jr 43999 and old Artful Duke toth in ervlce j igi 01 uieir get tor ale mv prooa aw are of bet American and Englith strnint Come and tee me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky I iffi SEND MONEY HT NC your uiid to u lio wlfhi and bflM round uamlxr InohM and bod TIMS AD tt OUT cr mjm Bffim at and we will wnd this BtinWul riuk Cp to eiprwK v i ouII uy nhl IA1 iuImiIm You can ciamtnaand try It al your nwmi a irtliA anil If i mid porfeolly ilt Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap Y gM JTr - X f m s- - STORE TO CLOSE Our store will be clos- ed on the 5th and 6th of September on accountof holidays Come on be- Â¬ fore or after the above named days Will be open on Wednesday 6 p m This Circular Plush Cape a I na w incn Ml Mantlon this atii uitory ailly a rtprtaU4 iwuai ami DIKIUl vmu aver nr hoard of pjr -- - Kf jj k lll MaUfwIOOOiallM i ta and Steel Cap and ox pros nargiirM prrt irtal OUR 10 la It Va Mart throughout with WtrU4 laborawly mbroldarad with haadlairaiitloatraUd Irlromul all around wiinaiira ixgfflSSiE Ilnad full svv Write for Prices Catalogue rwKCBMFS7zwMamr Tarred Felt H dnKaBf Ao HCTtln Sheathing Paper s muw Roof Paints m c Jr 3 Ply Ready Roofing 2 and IX fSBfUBSBBBBnr i bjI Roof Cement MiVli wMiv 5esxsw aarifca papr whan you writs T EC 333 Thc matt ttatrully Ueatod awl only LOCUST LAWN HERD flrat cIsh oa rats btl In tho city wwktog a FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOTJISVIIJIJ2n KYi PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr of Registered Poland China Swine lb hti arts Is Only oao block fro tka whtfaat tboppbig dUtikt and two blotLs f Iks princfoal tboatros hadd by Cotamodais Sainpaeu Sefift boot far aata tho door in all pans afly Dont Stop HeBafcer wimrM PalanU CM a ho flvkw or 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IsawtortiKte itfatj tor Nri Xm Dew Is Im Mm Km L0Qte Owek Mtc Wr JJrJtWWl 04a fN Bntter He DmfilOMa ff4 a 3mIbh ofenrch Moata aftfe Mricwefet hetSaukr InriagtoB Bre6tMM k M still at was Mw TpkrbM llaniiBsbarg Mt In J C WeeJeoB er a few days r Isleed ot Sankml iMdboflse Mr and Mrs Geebola binds are imbued with tiie whose wife is now iu a A C Lewis and family wera with Mr and Mra J l Lookrrille t spent W Lewie last week Geagli Grinnell is handling the yard atfok at Yeakle A Reitnans He will co to Ohietgo this fall Mr and Mrs Jefl Ditto and children Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Geo Frvmire Geo Wooliolk of Louisville spent Sunday with his wife at the home of Ir and Mrs J W Lewis Mrs Jennie Phillips made the wel- eowe address last Thursday afternoon fcjbefore the Missionary Society AI and Ernest Bishop have bought the albs property and will no into the drag business about October 15 Harvey Ditto and James Bondurant gave a buy ride to the young ladies last Saturday night to Doe Run Springs Mrs Owen Cunningham and little A daughter Lucile of Hardinsbuig were gaeets of Mrs Fon Rhodes last week Mr and Mrs Obas Fairleigh of Pa ducab arrived last Friday to see their parents Judge 0 0 Fairleigh and wife Little Mary Alexander is quite a beau- ty and as bright and interesting as is possible for a little Miss to caitld be Roy Wimp that nice Irvingtou young well Nkwi gent was here 8unday to see Ho shows readtf one of onr prettiest girls all or good taste This Mrs MollieD Carrico is spending her four-year-o- ld My two items were evident ly cMfaeed in being set up I am eure my liat ia off a most pro feaml bow is nudt lo Mlfl I in I pUe loek the Guslou cornhpouileni only has a litte more appreciation than the generality of mortals is all I hear through a mutual friend that Bro Pate and his sweet good intellectual wife are much beloved in Slaught ersvllle and that Mrs Pate has been shown many gracious favors by the ladies Miss Lotta Greenup an accomplished violinist and very bright young lady vis Â¬ ited Miss Jennie lee Wooliolk last week with several other guests whom Miss Jennie Lee entertained as only the Woolfolka can Mrs J W Lewis has been ety much indisposed this summer She left Mon Â¬ day for Louisville to consult a specialist and we are unanimous in hoping she may be materially benefited and soon enjov her usual health social was A delightful surprise tendered Miss r usie Angermier and Lin nie Moremen last Wednesday evening by Mrs Moremen Games music con- Â¬ versation music and a watermelon feast made up an enjoyable program The hot winds which have prevailed for the at month in Texas have de-Â¬ stroyed all chances of a large cotton croo The crop it is said will not av- Â¬ erage more than a quarter of a bale to the acre or about two million bales for the entire State Geo Reimans father died in Louisville last week after a long illness Ho had been paralyzed for a number of years Mr Reimans mother is also an invalid of many years They have had the tender est care and the closest attention possible from skillfully trained hands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j aet letter GraetsTille MtMde tmi t Jeha Itwey of JeflsreoH Ur wri referred to In Bay f thep Charlie Allen a popular pilot on the lower Onio and brother to our young merchant Blanch Allen of this town died at Evausville Ind last Friday of Brighis Disease His remains were brought here for interrment Hia fath- Â¬ er Mr Ben Allen came down from Louisville whet usual summer vacation with her siBters Mr and Mrs Newman of Loulsyille Mrs Thou Hamilton and Mias Alice nee Mamie Washington were guests Tiii- - Shacklette last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Thos Jen Â¬ Littl Go right ahead and do what you kins at the home of Mr and Mrs W 0 duty yourself conceive to be right and just McGehee We are Borrv to know Mrs Its sodaf cons dir X o 1 g I S PAY UP O k churKO liberMS 6 ALL WHO PAY FOR TIIE X V O Q on t2 IIerdY fellovO BeuteKO were pros it HI this their have 1 BREUIE NEWS Tr Tji Skill I I befon edin V duct good for th Institi meoh ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE TIIE and t audi what them you done Thi right i BoriBM prea paper I lew it n typ4 your trolh powi tl 1 11 NEARLY FIVE YEARS imainder of 1899 and all of 1900 and 1903 1901 in i 1902 ifrofl born hard arai tuts sour worth m kiu Dr This offer is by special arrangement ith the Farm Journal and is for Iararf sad Col Mr A SHORT TIME ONLY rl A very interesting course of sermons is being conducted at the Salem Baptist church six miles from town The Itev R T Bruner of Owensboro is assisting o the Rev James Wiilett I have enjoyed several delightful drives out with friends these pretty moonlight nights Part of tho road reminds me of the ono described by James Lane Allen in Choir Invisible down which Amy Brother Do well preached one of his rode to attend the ball which was to characteristic Bermons last bunday mor- Â¬ shape her future destiny The famous ninga gospel one He makes no de- Â¬ Kentucky author selected much of that partures from the Bible but confineB poetic scenery from around our own The sing Â¬ metropolis himself strictly to scripture ing by the choir was decidedly the best The Richardeon relatives of tho Ack I have heard hero for years ft showed ley family in Granvilb O will be careful practice and reflected great pleased to hear through Mrs James credit on Miss Ada Brown the accomp- Â¬ Woolfolk nee Eliza Richardson that lished organist the old grandmother OS of age is quits Miss Eula Dow den has returned from feeble this summer but can still con- Â¬ a delightful visit of several months to verse iuteljigcntly on any subject The her uncle Dr J R Dowden of Sebree residence of Mr Lu Ackley was the Ky Eula is bright and handsome as Bcene ot a very homo wedding on July ever Dr Dowden has moved into a 28h 1899 Mr Harry Smith Stricklsr new pretty home near the springs aud Miss Maude Ethel Ackley being tho where there is always a number of contracting parties The bride wore euests from all over the State Eula white organdie and carried white roses Bays the water is chalybeate and very The home was charming iu 11 1 were rare cold from these springs possessing well potted plants a handsome wedding sup known medicinal properties par was spread after which tho younr Miss Mary Alexander has returned pouple left for Dayton and Cuicag from New York and Connecticut where Those from a distance were Mm Htnck er mother of the groom and Miss Selle she has had a most deligtful outing She was called home by the illness of a cousin of the bride They were tho her mother who is still sick at her sons recipients ot many handsome presents Ed F Alexander Miss Nellie Hender- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Htrickler will make their son of Irviugton Mrs Alexanders home in Granville 0 niece visited her last week She is an The missionary meeting he Id at the up to date Kindergarten teacher who Methodist church at this place last has met with great success in the south week was a proof there was not stagna- Â¬ and to which point she will return in tion iu tiie mission field But cltrpy October Aud laity need to arouse themselves and Miss Ora Alexander of Bteckeuridge pot put it upon some one else to arouse count j has written me she would like them Mibs Tula Daniel and Mrs Owen to do some cu work here along the Cunningham who by tneir devotiou and line of Literature and Art History A example are an inspiration to others to comparatively new and novel method of follow are making a vigorous effort combining the two studies I have all along the line They command advised her to come in person and inter- Â¬ confidence for themselves in their view the peoplj or rather the school methods by their binglenesa of purpose when it opens October the first Mr aud power to win workers in a great Burton is very progressive and no doubt cause There is no command plainer in he will be pleased to have the course in- Â¬ Gods word than to send the Gospel to troduced in the Normal We hope to the heathen and yet I hear so many op- Â¬ have Mite Alexander come pose loreign mibsiouB and our society Prof Garland Bruce Overton son of here has fallen to only n faithful few who feel that the work of propagating our presiding elder Rev G B Oyertot and Prof Urifllu M LoyulHCe whosb theChrIstiau rcln on and if eaveing a father Rev S H Lovelace was our human soul is far greater than the riches patior for uoveral years in tne sixties of India I hear every one who attend are included in the faculty of the male ed the meeting last week speak beauti- Â¬ high school in Louisville Bruce is as Â¬ fully of Miss Tula Daniel and Mrs Owen to unselfish devotion sistant in Latin and Griiiin is assistant Cunningham in modern languages Their pictures their chosed work God speed them were in Sundays Courier We love their fathers for sake of Au d Lang A Frightful Blunder Syne and congratulate thbir sons Will often cause a horrible Burn 8cald Mr B F Field a popular drummer Cut or Bruise Buoklens Arnica Salve for Simmons Hardware establishment tho best in the world will kill the pain of St Louis Is a very flue violinist He aud promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Mr Armbtrong Gene Fontaine and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Beali Grinnell made a party to Camp all Skin Eruptions Beet File Cure on Herndon last Wednesday night where earth Only 25 cents a box Cuie guar- Â¬ they met a flue guitarist from Owens anteed Sold by Short Haynes Drug- Â¬ boro and with piano they enjoyed a gists musicale and dance Mr aud Mrs Geo Frymiw Mr aud Mrs Ww M Ditto The Farm Journal has nearly tw o Misses Nettie Sohenee Virginia Rhodes million readers eaoh issue It is putting Jimmie L Wuolfolk D D Rlohardson ia a new press that will print 900 copies Lou Richardson and Will McGehee were a minute it is the beet farm paper in America and it pleases the woman folks present Rapidly the cummer has flitted by and al to pieces We have made a speolal only a few days intervene before Sep- Â¬ arrangement by which we are able to tember is upon us Every day for some seud the Farm Journal for the balance time has been filled to its fullest with o1809 and all of 100010011902 and pleasures and gayetiea for the young 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers We have met and made pleas- Â¬ of the Bhbokknkiimib Njcws who pay a people ant friends who like ships that pass year in advance In the night will leave only memories behind Monday next will bring a BOJCJAJJLDDAJ resume of musical study and work We Awiwwmj7a as teaohers and pupils hope to make uJHiHum CWlhSlrf r vM - 7 77 tm memorable this seholastle year by elose LU your lauha around bodr at uafel a applieation and hard study to a beauti- Â¬ TMt Iftul IftkNTovar urni uuter Mat aloaa ua under IM w Vwill ful branch of eduoatlon Mud J au tbU mml B inMnl wn--limumI try It on jour Mrtl If in 1806 national Issues bad baeo xmUj traw olltM d II uramHUvlUl lb bum wo kept in the back ground aad only state arMMfu UVffll cUrful vr uf uihI wallo unj ooatiouwst issues regarded Gen Hardin election XOJ MBlMn-Ji- fon would have been aeeure Ill views nFCuSS imwyM Btiu Rot k the silver qaestloa wftro well known iuv and if he bad deoftned to trwotiM those aaaBli ool gffffffff agfjjjjjj twjfuf orlwUirVl r lie would have bad the silver views sound asoaey support wuloa wooid have eleeted bin MM Soaator Blaakburas wm heedod to Make silver the leadiag uiMwll M Taws wpgi Issue aad va alt know th oowotqiuuioei pastor-in-chargÂ¬ will wwmwmw My oIum ta mwh w pkM will b ember 4tft Mr ahlnped Utte week from Smith A Nixom See Mm D K Lwm tor Tooal tloa it ywt wW Immm She sHeit patroaage aad waste pvptla who are ia earaeeu Mrs J A ArRMtroag baa ret8rad from a May at KvaMvtlle with Iwr fam Â¬ V are gUwl to weloome ber ily She awl Mr Armstrong eimperonwl the h y rkle last Saturtky nlgtit to Gamp Th y are very popular with livnitiou th- - uuug people U Itta lovelaots picture was in Sun He has jot beneleetd d iyV kturier atwieiuut of modern languages in the Griirlna Male 11 g i School Louisville fattier tun ltsv S II Lovelaue was our pasior for beveial years in the sixties We are glad of nis sons success Mr Tavlor Republican candidate fur Governor ol Kentucky is making siroijg and earnest appeals to KeutuckiatiS to rescue ttie ballot box Wiiun the ba 1 it box fai b down go free inbtituuont Heuty Wattereon told us how bad thu Goebel election law was but uevenlu lees his paper is supporting htm The engagement of Miss Florence Toomey of Louisville and Mr Geo R Penn of Danville Va ia announced in the Hast Mies Florence is uov at Nona The martisge will take Kan set Pier place in Louisville this fill Florence has spent several seasons here and is a very handsome girl and vet y popular The next annual reunion of the vet- Â¬ erans of the Confederacy will be held in Louisville and it promises to be the greatest ever held not even excepting the one held in Richmond Va in 1800 I hope to shake hands with every one of them and had rather meet the hum- Â¬ blest one than any crow n d head in all the world 4wt 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connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and e for points on FordsvQle branch Trains 334 ard 5 run dailv Trains Nos a end 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4tr 43 and 44 Illustration standard work Safety Comfort Louisville mil Mile Packet Line Fast Mail Line Between 4 Louisville and Evansville 8TEAMER8 E G BAGON F M RYAN Maste r W A BISHOP Purser TARASCON D L PENNY Master L T CONNER Purser FARM JOURNAL Is your paper made for you and not a misfit It is years old it lathe great boiled down Farm and Household paper 1b the world the biggest paper ofits sise in the United states 01 America navragoveramiuioaaMt iiau regular readers TELL CITY R H BALLARD Master W B NEWBELL Purser P D STAGGS Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL Ul b sent by malt B YEARS remainder of lSaslp 1901 ioo md 190 to any address for A DOLLAR BILL Sample ef FARM JOURNAL and circular describing BIOQLH BOOK free r MM nimniimniii WIM4MI ATKUfCOK CtfAS JHNXINS Address vxsas joimstAx PKILABBUBIA Daily except Sunday between Louisville and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by tbls line delivered quicker than by rail Travelers will flud the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and areommodatlsns The best culinary are emplovad as cooks and the menu Is equal to that of the best hotels Bd T Fourth Avenue MBI ca Louisville kJ DL tVWVSiWWVsrAAAAAMA Superintendent President 0 V Williams T P A Owensboro Ky PENNY WWHITS V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW SbetkBd Penmanship VM eooiwe TV wbkb SUMMM -- Www W Kte UBgUt HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY 0 75 WstaMJWJiiinu Is 100 OR 200 PER MONTH 1 omIi or you oaa pay 1l -- PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BiJSKRUPTOY AND ASSIGNMENTS OJPJFXCXm KJJ SATSS The pnatipat a Mll jwm or 00c T used I thousands of nubile the utblls schools ol Mew Yerfc Mtaafnc r wasnu smm ftv h 7 WHp SCS1I FOR u tjAOwo sjst- eirons every Wats m It SttotS m- a s ja Wert J4trs W A HCHWARTZ SCHOOL CABAUMWH AT OSK1 UtOswNle Ky W4UJHK h c sjitjt WALKER A ABOARD 333 f DENTISTS Grown Btidga ALL tkrit 1 RHfHibUoaa Governor In BASSaiS4MiJS 18W iwu you wflm wwri jatwtoafcpw VyrVyMrWrWTWrVrVSWylprVy VWJlBBmiG JA tlsL4r fWXWO odftk Work - ay i Viiy nMJBaaillniV i 11 J n mk imMSm JUSlStittotib -- M u - ff I i v t Wky kW BV lw s 1 1 1 rf SSSSK- Mr Ilarlay Dunham of Jeffcwon keep It so W alt know bow otwron f WW www www Mr Grief of Vine Grove None ah narrled on so let Ofsaohers Miss Clara Motrin is able to be up Mmm James and Will Hay of StIUiton preach the gospel and not pollUos to THnWfiBKS EVENTS WRDNJI8DAY AUGUST 80 lfW and Mr Lake Austin of Tip Top A de thtdr members y W L i IIoIohs dinner was prepared by Mrs Sal When fruali men as Bryan and Black Â¬ Mies Nettie Kurlz has returned te her BALLTOWN Ivan awl all enjoyed a pleasant day burn and Blifa and Hardin and hun Â¬ hone at Geollta J ho contrasting parties were all mutes dreds of others ef the same material Miss Mabel Collie and brother bav SATUIlDAY that will stump the State for Goebel WaUM Jasearoehere returned to Louisville Goebel and Blackburn will that proves that no good IMmourntis as Dubonle plague In China is reported 8jme Vfltyawo has beea eat both by slightly increasing Miss Lillle Ularkson has returned home draw a big crowd at Hardins- Â¬ kicking Supreme court Foresters of Amer Â¬ worae and knife v after a visit to Burksville You remember the National Conven Â¬ ica tnset in Baltimore in 1901 A lsra eroWd rspreeeated Jolly at be MLw Mollis OlarksoB of Louisville is burg Saturday Sept 9 tion in 86 how some bolted What did Mayor Taggart was renominated for Tar Springe Suutky I them the people on the guest of Miss Zeltns Strother And the boilers Be sure and read our great oiler of the said we are good Democrats we have a third terin by indlanauolla Demo Mrs Mary Oese and bob Walter were Miss Daisy Trent of Ouster was a BanoKBKRiDaB Nkwb for a year and the voted the Democratic tleket for twenty crats greets at 0 B Pales Sunday guest of iSfm Nan Martin last week Coionsl William J Iiryan and family Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 Mlesae Judith Briekey and Clyde Wil Mr Roy Wimp of Irvington was vis- Â¬ and all of 1000 1601 1008 and 1903 near or thirty yeais You must not obaatiso are in California where they will stay our Democracy Yes we know what a month boh of near Jolly spent with Mlra Katie iting his aunt Mrs Jess Clarkson last ly Ave years all for the price of our pa you have been but tell us what you are Newby Refused a pension Newton Holman week v per alone Just walk up to the oaptalns row That Is what we are driving at a crippled volunteer attempted suicide Clarence and Joe Mattlngly left Won- Dr and Mrs Ray of Rome Ky are offlee and draw the biggest prize you If you are still a Democrat fall in line at Washington day for Owensboro where they expeot to here visiting her parents Bro Walton ever drew If dot vote thn Republican ticket Dont Albert Golden and Furman Hicks get employment and wife say you are a Democrat and not prove it were drowned in a squall In Hemp- Â¬ Wm Ubalen oar genial souool teaober Mr Henry Peniok will attend the FALLS OrROUGH Some people censure Mr Goebel for stead Day L I went down in Ohio county Saturday to Sunday school eonvention at Louisville killing a man If be was not justifiable Fire destroyed the wholesale grocery erent a monument this week of Lewis Hubbard Company Charles- Â¬ Leslie Brack went to Glendeane Sun Â¬ In so doing wby did they clear bim Dont forget tho protracted Quoting Then wan the time to prosioule No ton W Va Loss 150000 MIbs Gertie Shipley of Howes Valley day that will begin at Tar Fork church the was a visitor at Mr and Mrs Tom Dur there Is another killing that hurts woruo Wnrd Keesey and James Fackler Robert Cbambliss went to Ruth Satur Â¬ than that 1st Sunday in September conducted by bins last week it ia the Goehel election bill were arrested at Chicago Junction 0 day Rev Beare that stabs the Republican party that ia on a charge of counterfeiting Miss Maud Doran has returned from Mrs Sue Mercer has returned from tho killing that liurtB Yessir President McKinley In a speech at Miss Stella Rupert who baa been lin Glendale where she has been spending it hurt8 Louisville Ocean Grove N J intimated that the tllLMIl goring at deatha door for the post month a couple of weeks Ellis Fentress baa moved on Mrs Lucy t I think Mr McKinley is almost Philippines would be held by the with typhoid fever wo are glad to say ia Mr Emmot Williams and sister of Hunters farm tempted to call an extra session of Con Â¬ United States improving Flaherty were here Sunday the gnosis gress to repeal that bil but I dot t thiuk Fill DAY B Fredie Frank was up at an early of Mfsa Zelma Strother Col Green is having severnl new Edmund Routlodge the famous Lon they can do that for mvhile for I think hour Sunday morning greeting bia houses erected Good crowds are attending the meet Â¬ Mr McKinley has all he can attend to don publisher is dead friends with a Christmas smile Its a Mrs Smith Querlomous iiaa rotnrned to take International Fire Chiofs will meet ing at the Baptist church and bavo had care of the Philippine Islands girl and will remain with Fred until from Louisville next year in Charleston and talk about expansion thirteen conversions to date farther notice Union VetoranB union will meet in Mrs Sue Mercer and David Chambliss Now you bolting DeiuocratH go home Messrs John Moador Frank Hardiu Wm Young and his father of Mill Washington city In 1900 are away visiting tbtnk the matter ovei and repent Hnd s to no Ind who have been here a few and Ohas Moorman were in Elizabeth American Retail Butchers will ralso W H CbambliBH is building an addi sing to your wived town Saturday to hear Goebel Â¬ days with relatives returned home Sun 5000000 to fight Chicago packers Show pltty Lord O Lord forgive Miss Lena Drnry of Bewleyville and tion to his residence day accompanied by Mr and Mrs Atober Temarack Bwamp In Trumbull coun- Â¬ Let a relenting lebel llru Wlliio Green haq returned Col Green Miss Mary Board of Hardinsburg were ty O is reported fairly alive with rat Â¬ Newby of Tar Fork LlTTLK UtllOCHAT has a houso full of guest tlesnakes While J Philander Frank was prowl- Â¬ tho guests of MIbs Willlbio Moorman Mrs Springet is expecting her brother Hon Charles Baker of Cincinnati ing the BtreotB Sunday morning with a last Monday and Tuesday Wants to Rent a Farm will present John R McLeans name wheelbarrow he was nsKed what was Miss Lucy Beasley of St Augustine and family quite soon Louisville Ky Aug 27 09 EniTOR to the Zanesville convention hn object Ho decidedly remarked ho Fla and Miss Mary Peyton of Falls of Misses Mamie Ruby and Jesslo Stone Breckkkmdqk Nkws Deau Sir Will Cowboys killed W J Spradling a was deing business for tho benefit of bis Rough ware pleasant visitors of Mirs went to Rockvalo Monday you be kind enough to let me know if wealthy cattleman near Engle N M grandchildren Zeluia Strother last week The colored people held u nice meet there are any small farms for rent in in revenge for a cruel murder sl Wo aro sorry to note this morning in Breckenrldge or Meade county I Miss Annie Sawyer of Owenaboro is ing at our church last Sunday Dr Robert Woodward of Columbia Monday that the Death Angel visited tho charming visitor of Miss Lady Clark Miss Mary Peyton is visiting friends would like a email farm of 15 or 20 acres university was elected president of the the borne of Mr and Mrs Richard son Mr Luckett of Owensboro was and relatives at Bewleyville with a good house out buildings spring Association for tho Advancement ot Whitehouse last night and took from tho guest of Miss Sawyer Sunday Miss Harris of Richmond Va is vis Â¬ not far from bouse and would want it to Bcionce them their infant babe It only bright be clear and healthy No matter how THURSDAY iting her brother Dr Harrif ened their homo a few weeks until it Matches have been advanced in price far in the country It ia so that it Is not The Rev W B Costiey of Stock- Miss Mary Moorman of Glendeane was called to a better homo above too inconvenient to the train Would from 20 to 25 per cent bridge Ga while attending to his pas Â¬ community extend their sympathy toral duties at Ellenwood that state was was a guest at Frank Peytons last week like to be near a church protestant Mayor Jones will open his campaign The for governor at Columbus to tho bereaved parents and would want fruit trees and woods Randolph Smith of Fordaville was a attacked by cholera morbus He says John Brooker a Columbus painter Now please if you know of a place of Dr Wm Howard one of Breckenrldge By chance I happened to get hold of a guest at M W Stones Sunday after this kind I hope you will let me know fell from a building and was killed countys eminent physicians is com- Â¬ bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera noon General Irving Hale will probably bo plaining a little of ill health The steady and Diarrhoea remedy and I think it Miss Maud Stinnet of Harned was a immediately as I am anxious to go on a practice ho has had in tho past month was the means of saving my life It re- Â¬ guostatMr Stones several days last farm this fall Let mo know how much honorably discharged from the servioe Canada tup goes to Chicago ths a year the rental is and how it is to be we think is the cause In that time he lieved me at once For sale by A R weok paid I do not want a new beautiful yacht Genesseo winning the third race R A Shellman has been almost continually at tho bed Fisher Oloverport Mrs Sam Parsons and children of place but just an old fashioned home- Â¬ in easy style side of the sick and is almost complete- Â¬ Stephensport Macksville are the guests of her mother An explosion in a powdor dryhoupe like country home and if I like it I ly worn out During the past month he Mrs Cbambliss near Pottavlllo Pa killed William may buy I hope I am not troubling Betxenborger has made Ijfty trips to Frank Ruperts The Farm Journal is cheap but not too and Harry Jones M W Stone had a telephone box put you too much but I am very anxious to in tho vicinity of Tar Fork Dr How cheap to be good it is full of ginger and Father Frederick Els was conse-Â¬ in his house this week It is the im get a place and if the rent is not exorbi- Â¬ erd has been a prominent physician in gumpton and has as many other good crated bishop of the Catholic diocese tant will take it right away Do not of Sault 3te Marie and Marquette this locality or tho past twenry years things in it that you can use as any pa- - proyed Pheonix Mr and Mrs James Keith of Hardins- Â¬ forget to see that tho place will have all at any price It will be sent for the and too much good cannot bo raid in International association of Fire alance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 burg are the guests of her parenta Mr tbnt I would desire then I would like a Chiefs elected John regard to his principle faithfulness and P Qulgloy of Syra- Â¬ man and wife to run the place people cuse president of the organization punctuality He is ever ready toper 1002 and 1803 nearly five years to Bub and Mrs Dan Davison am sorry to hear of the severe illness whom I could trust settled and indus- Â¬ form his duty when his physical condi scribersof the Biusckhnbidoe News who WEDNESDAY trious without children say how they of Mis Bell Deweese of Glendeane tion will permit regardless of financial pay one year in advance Thomas Taggart declines a renomi Cut mil ad outuidiendtouiietata whetber you wuh citBli will agree to work or ajmim nicycie tuo color ana a Wo hope Bhe may soon recover circumstances and Is most genorally natlon for mayor of Indianapolis Ill wantedand we will send yon tola JHTOH MULDRAUGH Perhaps it would be better to rtfr health successful in his undertakings JBOB MODtK There is another wedding In the IAN BICYCLE by expnu1 V iuuj0ot toauumiutUon Yon Headquarters of the national Demobrcf ze and it is not just madam Rumors me lo them amino it at your express o Alee and if IV Very truly yours Mr J Brinton spent Thursday at Piles J Piles I perfect allafartarj imU rvprWMli cratic press bureau will be removed to gossip at all It must be a fact for bub ue no uiwonuerrai TaineyouaTfri O W Cook Washington Rl Jjuafca w UICTCIOB U1H Why be bothered with this annoying Stithton feeinsssjIjP orueaiu BPp 2j says so uhlirb aatio oo lfyou think voaea 31st Broadway Louisville Ky Mr Obb Dawson was in Louisville on What crop In tho northwest will It theazpn complaint when Banner Salve will cure I xirAjWrigjr HVvOV A vbsbbt ltatllO00 profit ftDTdayparuser Sam Stites and family of Louisville affTOt rmr fpeciat uiaae uat Ill is said a disappointment both as to business Saturday you 25c A R Fisher Cloverport SI37B andezDTMiGhanrea leva the I Goebel and Blackburn at Har- Â¬ yield be grado VTAtaua Is ooto and quite a number of others whose sent with order Till and by a blndloff iraaraoteeitiictlr hUtb fl E A Witt Hardinsburg Misses Edna and Lula Harrington were names I did not learn are at the Club taa two nlAN heatronlDment dinsburg Saturday Sept 9 Ohio Catholic Foresters In session vwaMilla tir tntm or ald black S2000 aiaroaaw YOU CAN HAKE SS0000 11II8 TEAK s8ELII in the city shopping Thursday House AH HAI3UN oauiui mmMm Ot k at Newark adjourned to meet next to S2S00 UJDVtlJJTooxr LILAC VALLEY xiiii SibARS RObBUUK CO inc CniCSgC Mrs Lillle Miles of Louisville is the year in Cincinnati Miss Maud Stincet Mesars Robert When yon wnts mention this aper guest of H Reesor and family aKUtKET REPORTS J O Dowell is on the sick list War department is worried over the Ohambliss Oscar Armstrong and Chaa lack of funds to pay the largely in- Â¬ Mrs W H Yates and son of West Stone were guests at Mr M W Stonos Grain aud Stock Prlcos For Aug 20 The farmers are all wishing for rain creased army recently organized DO Miss Fronie Mills is visiting Miss Mary Point are visiting her father G E Muth Sunday Cleveland Two negroes were killed and 20 se- Â¬ lTogs Yorkers 00 medloma ft 90 Mrs J T Brown is tho guest of her Bro Miller is painting tbe church and Mills i verely shocked while working on a 4 80 85 beavlos IF YOU DO WHITE TO parsonage which is adding a great deal 4 Sliccp aud Lambs good plg 4 OOI 00 Mr Kneel Hardesty says he is very daughter Mrs Jim Stonestreet Louisville Good to bed ambn New Orleans car line Ralls charged 00 good Miss Lzza Withers spent last weejc to the appearance of the place for they fS 4kgB 00 fair to good 4 fond of Dollie by defective insulation to belt wether sheep 14 6034 00 fait- to badly needed painting with irlends and relatives in Louisville Bodies of John Landauer 25 mar- Â¬ The protracted mooting commenced at good mixed abcep SI 004 23 Hurrah for the Falls of Rough baae Cattle Good to brat dry fed steers 9 00 ried and Josle Engel 15 were found Mrs Annie Groomes of Louisville is Salem church last Monday night MONEY SAVED BY JETTING THEIK PRICES ON ball team They gained a good victory G5 15 fair to good butchers 4 604 80 in a vacant lot in New York Both had Herbert Fousbee has left for Oklaho- visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm fair to good grasir steers 4 234 SO com been shot through the heart over Glendeane Saturday scoring twenty-Pusey mon and llflht grassy steers 3 83Q4 10 En ma Much success to you Herbert 4 004 TO fair to good butcher heifers to Glendeanes sixteen TUKSDAY Mr and Mrs S Harrington Mr and six 2 0OQ2 0 cows Miss Nellie Dowell spent a few days 3 OOya 75 common Dewey home fund to date 19229 This is exceedingly warm weather bulls 3 O0Q9 76 Calvea Oood to boat Mrs D V Board are visiting relatives at last woek with Miss Susie Hardesty Owners of tugs on the great lakes 0 W7 00 though business is moderately good Ouster Mies Pearl Foushee was the guest of have combined LONG DISTANOB TELEPHONE 494 Pittsburg Mrs O Eastern has retumrd home crops are very good fruits aro scarce pro- Â¬ Misses Hettia and Ela Helt last Sunday Emperor of China It Is reported has 5 CO Cattlo Choloe IS 8030 00 prime after a three weeks stay with relatives at duce such as chickens eggd and but- Â¬ S 70 good 5 8005 00 tldr butchers CS 00 developed symptoms of Insanity Messrs Joe Mills and William Baskett ter thoro is an abundance Vegetables 6 20 fair S4 804 00 bolls stags and Garrett Ohio Union Reformists in convention went to Cross Roads list week speculat- Â¬ cows 2 0034 00 fresh cows 30 O0O0 00 limited at Columbus failed to indorse Mayor Misses Harrington spent last Sunday Calves T OOQT 29 ing I have gotten to be quite a laggard Iloga Prim mediums 3 OOfflC OS bcary Jones for governor at West Point the guests of their cousin Diok Sipea attended church at Irving 6 00 light Ydrkera 4 00 with my correspondence As I have Yorktrs 14 Congressman Thomas B Reed has Mrs L Wathen 804 ton and was the guest of Miss Hettie been away so much this summer I haye 4 4 06 bevr bC 9 grassers 8S 4 good pigs good 86 804 63 formally tendered his resignation to Miss Pearl Higbee one of Muldraughs 754 Bandy not bad much time to gather items but common grassers and pigs 4 2034 75 tho governor of Maine most charming young ladies is visiting 4 35 Sheep aud Larabs Choice sheep after this I shall do better will try to Livers and Lon Cowley attended Frank Diehl 25 is wanted at Lima John relatives in Louisville SO 4 40 write regularly bo please pardon my choice good 4 S 034 CO fair 3 654 00 0 for alleged criminal assault upon the ice eream supper last Saturday SttjjP common to good lambs Mr and Mrs J W Thomas and chil- Â¬ tardiness the person of Cora Betz 15 night 3 0083 20 dren spent Sunday at Long Grove the Two freights were completely wreck- Â¬ When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed Mesars Hughes and Miller furnished Oscar Dowell attended church at sa guest of Chicago Mr Thomas Moborly ed In collision on the Northwestern to euro you It is tho discovery of an ominont physician Cattle Good to choice 0 OOfiC 65 com guest of Miss Hettle the people quite an enjoyable day at the lemSpnday the road near Fort Dodge Iowa stockern and 903S 05 Missss Davis and Smith of Vine picnic last Saturday They served a moner grades I 00 bulls cows and heifNo Interruption of Business Helt No Knife I After attempting to kill an enoray Grove spent a pleasant Sunday the good dinner and plenty of refreshments feeders 3 3g0 Texas steera ers S2 006 30 f3 304 CO Mrv Perry Helt and wife of Louisville Jacob Chrlstman 87 of Newton 0 The firrt treatment brings immediate relief It has guests of Mies DeUa Crist The amusements were music and danc- CqIts S4 COST are visiting his father Mr Nick Helt of fired his home and committed suicide ourod thousands and will euro you Hogs Heavr f4 004 78 mixed lots Tomey Miller accompanied by his ing target Bhooting doll racket and Mr Gustos 4 9S4 80 light S4 C04 90 pigs 13 40 xn WILCOX prominent morchan MR T MONDAY father and mother left Friday for Brad Graphaphone It was situated in a de- Â¬ 4 66 culls 2 2S4 00 Chilian ministry has resigned and chief of tho Ch ittanooga Firo Depar Jamie Bramlett has the contrast to fersvllle where he will attend school sheep 12 00 Sheep and lmbs Inferior lightfully oool Beech wood down the After yearn of sutTermif UONS PILE OIN Striking ore handlers at Buffalo build the Cumberland Presbyterian 3 00 good to oholee native wethers 04 20 ure o one box effected omroended to me The Mr J G Harrington and family have riyer about half a mile The erowd was 4 60 western range S8 604 19 have returned to work ehtueh at Irvington eeans I voluntarily give you till statement hoping it WuBUt No 2 red 74o civil as there were officers on the ground orn No 2 32o Mount Lookout breaker at Wyoming - the ice returned to their home in Louisville rs tuf- at of brlnKlngAour wonilrfful remedy to the attea Several from here attendedOats No 2 21K81c to keep order after a two weeks stay with relatives Pa was burned Loss 100000 faring with piles T oream sapper at Mr Sam Dugans and Buffalo St Georges Catholic ohurch at Lis- Â¬ if Mr and Mrs W Jennings and child Â¬ Price 100 Prepaid to any Address Foleys Kidney Cure has been tested reported a grand time 14 7580 33 shipping Cattle Butchers ren of Louisville spent Saturday and and found to be all you olaim for it I SO 006 35 tops SO COfiS 70 cows and bon 0 was looted by burglars Miss Mary Hampton will oommeaee Sunday An express on the Omaha and St with Mr and Mre G H Pusey havu bden giving it to my father and it heifers 4 004 60 stockeru ami feeders SS 5084 60 Calres 47 0OT 00 her sehool at the Oakland school bouse Louis railway was badly wrecked at CHATTANOOOA TENN Mrs C S Smith and daughter Raoh is the only thing that ever helped him Yorkers and hevy S4 00B 00 lloafl Monday September 4th Stansbury Mo but all escaped Injury mediums SO 0O5 OS pig S4 0084 80 el left Tuesday for an extended trip writes Geo O Hlokock Gurtise Wis son Peter Luln and bis Mies Ella Smith baa returned home Sheep and Lambs Good to oboloe soring through the eastern cltlesand coast re A R Flsber Oloverport E A Witt lambs SO 2fi0 70 eitra SO 00 fair to eharged with murder at Watampka Irvington where she has had a sorts from good 3 30 4 7500 00 culls and common Hardinsburg Ala ware taken from Jail and lynched pleasan visit with her eoustn Mrs RkI- 98 78 mixed sheep 14 004 26 auUs aud Mrs O Board and son Andrew John Â¬ Two boys Harry Stalnlnger and 08 0002 00 oholee jwarllngs 14 20 common nail The Preacher In Politics son ef near Akron spent two days last Frank Mnrdoek ware killed walls 9 30 Turn Mary and Froaie Mills attend raiding a sselan pataa near Ouray Col Kirk Ky Aug 35 I see where there week with her parents Mr and Mrs 8 New York eitarah at Salem list Saturday and were Harrington Distinguish aeke4ars from all parts are so many preaehre that condemn 4 006 86 tops SO 20 Cattla BteeM GO tbe meets of Misses Annie and Blla bulls IB 00 al the Union are taking part In Use the Louisville convention They seem fexea tad stags 14 Misa Mabel lvman has returned home 3 90 cows ft 6008 90 Mills M HARDIN R WILDER oaveaUea al Asaerleea aekSBthrta at 4 SOstT altera pleasant stay with Mia Will to know bow it was eondneted New Oalvsa YMl gMssors and PoHrtli St Louisville Ky Brandenburg OelMmnoM 0 Mre C O Stith of Bicio speat last did Mr Goebel u whisky as did the BtttoHUks is toe 09 Fletoner Mies lvman Is an aaeompllah a Btieep B04K 09 and Lambs SsAumUt and Sunday with Mrs Mellef No elr he did not Bletehea and exeresenoee which so ed young lady and made many warm other candidates OOejl SO 66 14 Uppity nd attended ebaroli at Sandy friends during her abort stay nee any spirits Giye him credit for Uttbs 14 0O0 00 wits Si often anney people are slmbly efforts of Hegs 7SC4 mnawday Me 2 nature to throw oil impediments to the Whsat No 2 wd TTXe Cora that and If the preachers want to get Mr and Mrs Wash Smith of Sanger Oats No 2whKe 38s polities mixed up with religion let them 40H Mess Toa Smith and Jake Frain Texts are visiting iter proper performance nf her dutiw sister Mrs Lewis CinoiaaaU left Aa HBRBIMK will aid and assist nature In lUi lor Texas W wteb Wltuets It has been sinteen years step out of the pulpit for they have Wbt N8 2 rod 2 Mixed Cora No them beta much sbbmos bat regret vet y ainoe they saw eaoh other and their ar missed their sailing If there Is not Mixed SH Oats No 71U her work and Insure a skin clear and 2S Kjre enough politicians to take eare of party K 2 efs beautiful entirely free from all imper mush to my good bf rival was quite a surprise to the family Evury WtKlntjtRlny and Thursday after s 3C Baooa issues lets try and keep polities ont of IN IRVINGTON LaH H W- - Bo nat IsaUoae IMwMem A R Fisher Mm Melissa Bewley aol Miss Susie Pourtlt Monday in Baait Month Mis W H Hall of Newark N D ehttrebea for the war of 81 done enough H 1 Hardejty attended ehareli at Irviagtoa writes her mother that their Urn was SO St CattU a J1ARKBT BULL8TIN Hfs Diffloult work euoh aa Bridge and Grown a apecilty lot ehnrohes and I am In faver of BtMf e oes UiBbo sa sotja so Bro Rtubjng praaahed a fine stone by lightning Laleal appliance U8d Good work Hart4Hd and bnrned to the ehnrehes not employing any minister of The peultry and egg market is steady i Sea tea Temmttoa ground In lees than athonrthetr loss is the goeptl We quote as follows brings pglltlos In that Woot aboe ML DfWtH wile 4 daNftfter Nal estimated at twelye hnndred dollars churches for we do not employ them to Ki XXOUo Stesoso X a4 WojOao aSeJ tsfts rehaadled per do 00 aa4 XHSB4 aaoro 4a ue wdy with no Isenranoa lalM 9e it I osAMac memo No S IIbm ner lb talk polities tanMtg Spring ehlaken per lb wHamr Mtae Flow Sullivan entertained San So If they are jor Mr Brown let tbam ieefiiwsjiper lb tended Tt4o -- No dy to nonor of bergnest Mies Kmma vote If they are for Mr Geebl M lflsnWrtarfi WMrs Mj9aU TMrkeyflaajef lb 2 BmhI I860 W ti0 BiueOKaWBiDaK Nbws and get IftO Bible who enfeyod them vote U lot Mr Taylor let UnC 8 a bi Km Yn her hoqritttftr Mr and Mia Wtf I rnsa kill an no hurthar wikk ihair oL and ths Nmrf ttm chwrge or on year ium tk m fat pe U Mian Leaf lank Mies flmiiy Aa- - l tk BwtJit eunc baa baa ilSBSSSSSSslW fbuiW ot naBiai for nU mm and latfa dfaiMfo and Mr Dan Braantan of Lou-- J wwMeae aaali- BRFCKFNKIDGB NEWS BIG SPRING 1111 hvlll iilfce a r t - - rlllr Mr and ooo m WF w w w w wwww 1 mm m OUH ENTIRE STOCK AT HARDINSBURG KY 10 m The Goods must be sold without limit or reserve Dont make life a regret for neglecting to come Ill THE Green Flag Bargain Store HARDINSBURG KY J B7 3 Â¬ 5r YOU SEND ONE DOLLAI SPPQ wy hnr INTEND TO BUILD 75 - J P WILL OOMPANYl Doors Â¬ Â¬ Lumber Shingles Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY aIJiHilill Why Suffer Agony jnre -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ie DON CHEMICAL COMPANY Hj111 J 0t - r m - HARDIN WILDER t IDEIsTTISTi 84h wt mjmtor OJLHV MtojitJimth OBBaVam CSMMgZ fJ W nr Ka- Qmt f ft - - ILaakaHL jtE2i jihLuAh zzffllm -- - - BKfJHBMl h 93maSE laaat for oa oar bambl live had W- lea a oaa pfeaaaat place Parmer r not need to such boaora and I imagine many a lndleron sight was prasaotod to the gse of the elite of Mm refined walk of Ufa by th high tteapiag and aatUDip tion of alia baflittlag th grand oooaaion by the whilom shambling walk aad aataralaam of th tiller of th soil Ml we were glad we wet with yon burned faces and horny hands never had a more uoeffluble welcome aad if it was beat we feel now we would like to make your city a permanent place of meeting bat such oaaaot be Th baaeflle to be derived from Iaatltatee fcj too great aad widespread to be located in oae section of our two counties We are sorry the part assigned to the ladies In oar pro gran could not be fully carried out on account ef sickness tor It is universally reeogais d that our wives aad daughters are our beef helpers In everything that h good and we have no hesitancy in saying the Oloyerport ladies in their cordial weloome and sumptuous feast epoke very plainly that their hearts and hands will cheerfully aid their country sisters in the betterment of their country homes Tuos H Ditto -- t hooM weigh from 150lo 280 pound Thirty yam ago it reqarrad two yearn to prepare a hot for mark Now it Ooatioed from 1st oaa b dotm In six months a gala or sav Â¬ nvere mutol In Mm build a alio Feed ing ol eighteen month We hare been ration supplied br the titvor aad told tit farmer who makes two bladafof rap more cheaply thea la aay frata grow where cm Jormerly grew 4o eth well But the hog matt goes him la eoeelMStoa aonHaincn K thie meet on betlar Wa are making two hogs oa tag and others that Ma to follow are the fead formerly oaaettmed br oae ami in stimulating the amhitiea In one fourth of the Un told pride ol oar young farmers their Mm do not like to gb to doctors Nine Ia cofielueioH let ma say that the times of tan they wait until they arc farms will increase is fertility and value laid flat on their back before they wilt more good atook yaa get oa your farm and we will recall this day aa being a eontult a physician Tbf is torn to this for when a business man tola oat the wore good dollars you will get in day well spent of aorta and goes to a physician he ia often your jmekets I have ofily suggested a iewetepa to be riven violent drags that make him for a Urn unfit for business and really sick take bat my brother take these steps There is a way of avoiding both extreme and then keep stepping aad let dock that of neglecting the health and that of SHQQP HUSBANDRY taking violent drug that rack the entire work regularity govern all and you will system it is always to keep on hand a soon and yourself walking is the rout bottle of Dr Fierce Golden Medical Dis covery T J JotbY IttVHrOTON Ky task aad if you have only a few ooni If a man will resort to this great medicine whenever he feel that he i out paaloas thank God you are in better of sort and threatened with illness he than average company Mr Jeff Jolly of Irvington may keep in good health It it the great dwelt appetite sharpener Wood maker and flesh BOmdtime on Bheep husbandry and Let tu also study the economics of builder It fills the arteries with the rich stock feeding and land preservation as a red tissue building blood of health It made an interesting talk In part he does not make flabbv fat like cod liver oil Mid matter of national importance Let the This is a farmers institute aud but the solid muscular und nerve tissues children in our public Bchools learn of It does not make corpulent peo- we come to obtain practical information ofhealth ple more corpulent the constituents of feeding stuffs and the A farmer ought not to make a special I want to Inform you of a cure effected by Dr components of fertilizers and let it be ly of one thing in older to live easy aud rierees raeUMnes writes Mrs Nelson Smith instilled into the farmer boy as he grows About of Mount Vernon Jefferson Co III comfortable he should raise everything six years ago I had grip ending with bronchitis up on the farm that every time a ton of A farmer ought to own about 100 aorea and consumption in tne spring of 1896 my con dition became very serious I hod consumption of land and it should be stocked with hay leayes the plantation to seek a mar and I coughed day and night could not lie down ket or a bushel of grain is Bold from the at all Our family doctor said I could not get thorough bred cows etc he should havo well Tlie neighbors came In to see me die and place that the old farm Has been robbed plenty of horses to clutlvato his crops a lady friend recommended Dr Pierces medi cines so strongly that we inimedtatey sent- out of something that will cost hard earned Relative to sheep he said a uood and bought six bottles of his Golden Medical money to replaco if indeed it is evor Discovery and Favorite Prescription After sheperd by all means must acquaint him 119107 these medicines found 1 was receiving brought back benefit and continued I weighed iso when I self with his sheep and must know their commenced taking medicines now weigh 170 And finally let us teach it in our faces and it is essential to salt them sleep well have a splendid appetite feel well I schools as well as upon this lecture plat and believe I am entirely cured I am thankful twice a week Pierce for thoK wonderful to God and to Dr form that ho is an ever enduring enemy Mr Jolly is possibly the oldest raisor medicines I want to add that I am a wonder to my neighbors nod friends to his country who so treats the land of sheep in this and Meado counties He that is temporarily in his care that it has been engaged in this business for 40 ery for manufacturing their crops into years He made an intelligent and will be poorer when he is done with it money we believe that scrub stock and that he only is truly loyal who after talk on ehoep and it was heartily would only be remembered by tradition his successful career loaves lands rich in enjoyed by all present Nothing is more evident than the fact fertility as a heritage to his children that we farmers have not made that im- Â¬ provement necessary to keep abreast Bid MONEY IN SHEEP with the times It is a fact that none flY EXPERIENCE IN RAISING POULwill deny that fine stock always com- Â¬ TRY A prosperous Meade countv firmer mands a bettor price on the market than stock And if tbey command a who attended the Farmers Instituto re- Â¬ scrub Mrs J J WiiEKLEit Rome Ind better price and can be made to weigh lated tho following Btory relative to the safe Is it value of handling sheep Ho said Last more on a given amount of food Fi Others haye minks chicken thoives not also more satisfactory to raise that year I purchased on the Louisville mar Â¬ The word Poultry means any domes- Â¬ pound tic fowl that is raised for use on the table and so on quality of stock that you can be proud of ket 90 ewes and shipped tljom home I hav managed to outwit all of these and that reflects credit upon you as a September 1st for eggs or for feathers This includes Tnii but have failed to keep my flock from farmer and a citizen The farmers havo Tho bunch of ewes freight and all ducks geese turkeys guineas etc Hit The Toulouse geese and the Pekin being thinned by our larg already realized and long ago adopted cost 00 made Am still trying howeyer by way of an the plan of keeping the yery best and Thoy were wintered on hay that was ducks are much superior to the old var Â¬ ieties but with the improved bed springs experiment have taken a brood of guin- Â¬ most modern improved labor saving ma Â¬ not merchantable and after they drop- Â¬ A of today feathers are nowo important eas and cooped them in the flower gar- Â¬ chinery and we believe the day Is al- Â¬ ped their Iamb crop I fed them a little should den hoping that with their precious ready begining to dawn when tho sons of corn on the ear until grass come in the aa in the olden time print company they may be permitted to ma- Â¬ honest toil will bo thorouglhy awakened month of July last Turkeys are nice for extras and are I then sold the Louisville market 100 valuable after they are raised But I ture to their beet interests and see the impor- Â¬ Wo try to recall all the philosophy we tance of keeping that character of stock worth of lambs and old sheep retaining found it so disappointing to lose them in Bi when they were half grown that I de- Â¬ ever knew to solace ourselves for this that is capable of taking every particle twenty five head oi the best at home for out of I pest cided to stand by the chicken of fat out of a grain of corn and that another year He also sold to his mer- Â¬ counts All things come to those that wait and will by their beauty oi form To the average farmer this branch of and chants wool to the amount of 1250 from cattle I industry is an important item in the work attractive appearance bring about a com- Â¬ the 30 sheep Yet some farmers insist We still hopo for the day that we can petition among the buyers and enabling that the handling of sheep doesnt pay ways and means of making a living Tm Only a few of the farmers take an in- Â¬ keep chickens enough to supply the the seller of such stock in many instan- Â¬ Nkws terest in this pursuit For they usually wants of the family ces to get the benefit of an advance in reading 1111 their pocketbooks and make and en Â¬ price BIO CORN CROPS all orij 0 large their bank account from some The farmer should keep well in mind This oi HOQS FOR that it is the superior blood that makes Mr Jojin L Henry of Irvington was HOW TO MANAGE other product of the farm tho pa When they do incubators brooders nONEY extra stock and that extra stock brings down on the program to talk on the wire fences and coops must be bought or an extra price and that an extra price subject of How to Raise big Crops of TdbI Corn made and maybe it pays It certainly He said When I find such makes an extra profit on feed consumed G A Footk Irvington Ky Little ougnt to interest being taken by the ladies I am and labor employed duty t But the wife however has learned And the lower the price of pork the always confident that any convention or whethl Ladies and Gentlemen Mr Presi Â¬ not to despise the day of small things more important it is that tho farmer undertaking will be an absolute success ItB B and for her to raise pin money buy part dent I thank you for the honor con- Â¬ should have the very beet machine to Therefore I am pleased and know the Bocietj of the groceries and other incidentals of ferred upon me by asking me to stand work up his corn at a profit Life is too Farmers Institute will be a glowing conseiL life in the country needs to hayo not before this intelligent body of farmers short to waste time and feed on scrub success As I am to talk on Big Cora dlreefl only the uncertainties lessened but to and discuss one of the most important stock And besides the man who has a Crops I shall endeavor to tell in my articles of farming Swine breeding profit by tho experience of others reputation for producing a superior qual- Â¬ humble way my methods of raising large Tki We get much useful information as is and always has been one of the most ity or grade of stock has a prestige among crops In the first place I break my their well as beautiful theories in the poultry Important branches of farming and when the buyers that the breeding of scrub land and break every inch of it I har- Â¬ could we take into consideration the import- Â¬ books and papers stock does not have for they will hunt row and keep harrowing until my land and All the improved breeds are described ance of the business we often wonder why him up and inquire if he has any stock becomes perfectly mellow He was who paid to the imr4n4 extolled but their houses and fen there is so litte attentionEspecially doesÂ¬ for sale and the price is generally remu- asked the kind of harrow he used I have portance of our herds ces and feeding troughs are so elaborate nerative and if the market should be used section harrowry What kind of chruel this thought suggest itself to us when we that I wonder how my chickens grow depressed he has the satisfaction of cultivation do you advocato Mr Henry amoui Bat this literature is not well enough take into consideration the enormous knowing that his prices are better than was asked I belieye the best results churc distributed to be of general use and for amount of grain and other kinds of food tne prices patu lor scrub stock liut you aro obtained from shallow cultivation liberal this reason the subject is discussed be produced annually on our farms and the ask me to tell you how to manage hogs from two to four inches Mr Hedry hogfurnishesthe best and quickest way fore our Institutes for money I suppose I could answer has gained the reputation in his section of converting these bulky crops into A For those that have time and can af your question best by tolling you to of being the most successful corn raiser one ye ford to amuse themselves almoBt any ready cash The value of a hog can raiBO better hogs and more of them to il- Â¬ in the county and he merely attributes scarcely be overestimated if indeed we on th breed can be raised profitably lustrate The United States produces it to studying the conditions of the soil llardll The Patridge and Bufl Cochin Ohinas appreciate its real worth enough His 50 per cent of all Ue hogs in the world fellowl -- O are beauties from the time they come Hash constitutes one of the great staple The little state of Iowa has more hogs sent out of the shell and are fine for the ta- Â¬ articles of food for the millions of people than any state in the union Kentucky bOlL BUILDINQ were ble but they have their faults one of of all countries He is easily raised and with all of her boasted intelligence and one of the most prolific animals oven un- Â¬ pros pa is eating their eggs which her resources with her beautiful streams it me Mr E B Oglesby addressed the as-Â¬ The Lanksbins are a success with der advese circumstances and with good and her fertile fields has lees than one this some of our neighbors and are good but treatment and proper management the third as many hogs and they are worth semblage on Soil Building He said their they are too vicious to be safe where hog is the most profitable animal in exist lees than one third aa many dollars as that it took three farms to cultivate ance It is difficult to understand what have tho subsoil under the surfaco the surface there are little children the hogs of the little state of Iowa and the air regard to choice of breed it is the poor would do for meat but for the With I know of no other way by which we All of them possessed tho elements that Tm now generally conceded that the Brown hog It furnishes tho best and most ab could increase our wealth so materially BkillE made the crop He said clover was an Leghorn stands at the head of the list undant and consequently the cheapest both personal and as by the im- Â¬ beforel aristocratic plant however it possessed as layers but thoy are active forgers animal food in the world to day Its flesh provement of our national herds There is pos- the proper qualities of a soil end its products are almost if not abso- Â¬ ed in and the strawberry beds tomatoes etc restorer itively no doubt but that good blood is ductiol He said millions of dollars worth of must be too far away to be freo from lutely in every household in America In various forms its flesh is shipped to the first essential to success in all kinds fertilizer goes to waste every year Few good their depridations almost every seaport in the world and is of stock raising The next is good care farmers look after their manure as they for tbf Then if there be three or four in the the source of immense wealth both per- Â¬ and feeding While most any of the im- Â¬ should which is the greatest and most Instite family we need two for a fry sonal and national It forms a part of the proved breeds possess some commenda- Â¬ profitable fertilizer that oouid be used mecha The Barred Plymouth Hocks are near good qualand tl ly their equal as layers get their growth mess for the soldier and sailor the farmer ble qualities ofThere are a fewimportance Â¬ He dwelt extensively upon the cultiva- Â¬ ities that are very great audi qaiokly and attain a much greater size the mechanic the laborer high and low tion of the pea and bean crop He such as good conditions inclination to rich and poor prince and peasant 1 for all around chickens arosuperlor An whats seemed to be prejudice to the bean and fatten Beauty of form aud early matur- Â¬ them i have not been able to choose the animal playing so important a part ought said it could be planted during the to command the attention of every one ity In selscting your foundation stock warmest months ol the year you y best varieties alone but have had In faot these good qualities should be sought done whatever kinds I was able whether he be consumer or speculator or it was better to plant in warm weather Wo owe much yery much in- - after and made of prime importance were Brown and White Leghorns producer Quite a discussion arose over the culti- Â¬ We have pinned our faith to the Pol- Â¬ deed to the men who are engaged in Plymouth Rocks and others vation of these produeta and many farm Â¬ breeding the hog up to its present high and Ohina hog because we are sure he ers were eager to gain all the information rge and small just chickens right combines these good qualities to a very these I have a larger fowl than standard of excelence and here lies one they could Mr Oideeby baa given this script J of the main secrets of success in swine remarkable degree These characteris- Â¬ especial crop muoh attention and study horn that has its good quality press In order to give you an idea tics with the superior quality of his ba Â¬ but gained most of his knowlege by ex Â¬ laying nearly all the year and it husbandry paper of the value and importance of keeping con commends this breed of hogs to the periment so active in flying over garden lees thJ anu una toe trying pan more nothing but the very best grade of stock favorable consideration of the farmer aa it All stock intend Â¬ on your farms let us compare the farmer well as the consumer rlly typAf with the manufacturer of today The ed for breeding purposes should be han Â¬ THE SECRETARY BXPRBSSBS HIS title American Farmers may not your APPRQCIATION dled kindly and gently and have a oon 1th me but I was pleased trolls Bee progressive up o date man who is en- stant familiarity with persons and the e in one of the Farm papers a kkou ju uiauuiaouring wneat or corn power feeling thoroughly impressed upon them se ago stating that a mixture of Into articles of food could not be induoed BRANwnHM Ky Aw Ss iniMii DaAjt Mjcwet I aaajMrt let the oppor Â¬ Plymouth Itocks and Leghorn to put into his manufacturing plant anv that man ia its beet friend from whom ifi very beat possible chicken for thing but the most modern Improved it must naturally look for kindness aad tunity pass withett ereeelng some idea born This kind treatment should of mauhinery simply because they realize protection the high appraalfteioa we feel at the arei always begiu when the pigs are youag tiar rue beet we inetn the most profit- - that if they compete on the market with andoontinue throughout their entire royal laaantioa oar young Iatt other manufacturers they must make a n raoaiyad at the baad of the Otovar cut article equal to or superior In some ree existence then they wilt have theee feel part people The aothwaWm that met i brings us to the question of food our tags of WUl ia adultlon to grain as mueh of a peota to theirs And sinee competition persons attention for and sympathy with u at evary thralutld of yoar dty la the We always beaja feeding our welcome fees aad ooadial graettiiaa was la all branehei of business is so keen it possible boiled potatoes litiie pigs just aa soon as they begin to eat A dingly yieassat to m tfcmld soaa bran meal aad eloyer eut becomes more necessary for them to with use ony that quality of machinery that little sweet skimmed milk or slop If you auddaafhtam ol ear mode ooantry good rations for a winter morning have it wltuwme meal ar mlH feed ia homes bat what w marehed atong prodHMBK eggs I have never mr take every particle of flour out of a Dr the beet feed ia the world Bat If Vow your atraaw aad batield the word wel Â¬ anything to equal Serghum seed grain ef wheat Bvery mans farm lantol saeuui be a maaataatBring plant Aad are so sUiMtted thai yon oaaaot have come floating Irani avary public building being a nrruiunt ni uin lira mav and U corn in tba next this then wail saaked uXlj 11 fornioklwrun and hoeeintr ft If the farmers eoald realise that the stoak ii and private home a wall wa were over Â¬ th Cos be kept where the fewlaaaa visit I tfaejr keep on their farms is the uaahia I eat aatftbl vary da ftmmm feadinf to come W wart aajatiBared and fait at INSTITUTE sweaattfalty eaaatod to bMlaeaa oast toad era or nay Wad of grata thai It ooaveaietot bat we tela that tMBotgihialatfcia way laay FaajT boaent ifosb aaijpailiaaa How to propagate sacoeaefally Is the qeeerae Ualew wa have aa Incubator oar fowls most be housed aad Hire proper food to keep them laying through Dec Jaa aad Feb in order to baye early settors Bags la the winter aad early ehtekeas bring the highest prioes fa market aad are desirable tor home use aa well If we do sot have a suitable leealton that is high aad dry better wait until April Whether early or late we have our These are dampness foes to confront and Hoe We like coops without bot Â¬ toms then we uu give scratching rojw if the weather is warm and if oold aud damp low board and straw wilt assist in excluding dampness uU ujiu Extra attention must be given during oold rains Plenty of lime strewn in and around coops and feeding on boards will pre vent gapes Pyritbuum or louse powder will ex Â¬ terminate the varieties of lice usually so destructive Flour of Sulphur burned in coops aud houses will help in cleaus- ing from vermin and disease But each one has her loo to light All the shlers know that we not only caut count our chickens before they are hatched but I am not sure of mine until thoy are roady for the market or the table One of my neighbors has an incuba- Â¬ tor aud has hatched something oyer 700 chickens She says she has to raise enough for the rats as well as herself or have no chickens I cheat the hawks by hanging white cloths on lower bushes Thus making them useful as well as ornamental Where small fruit trees or rose bushes are not available small brusu piles will answer for the chickens to flee for refuge when theyhear the warning cry The hen will squall but the chickens are Â¬ Â¬ tb day I waald adviee yon to ll Uwm Tba time to Mil them is from five to eight month old If they bare bean properly fed they HOME CURE FOR BLOOD POISON Thar Is not th slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good in treating OontogioM Blood Poison many victims ol loathsome diaeae You Can this to day if they hadwould be muoh bettor Patchwork off fvever allowed them selves to be dosed on mercury and potash th Goto Ywrslf Horn only remedies which the doctors ever giv for blood poison tb doctor are wnouy unaoM to got rm or thk tI1 etoa and only attempt to heal up th outward appearano of the disease the sores aad eruptions This1 they do by driving the poison into th system and endeavor to keep it shut in with their oonstant do of potash and mercury The mouth and throat and other delioato parte then break out into sores and the fight Is continued indefinitely the drugs doing the system mora damage than th disease itself I had spent a Mr H L Myers 100 Mulberry St Newark K J says hundred dollars with the doctors wnen 1 roamed that they eould do me no good I had large spots all over my body and theee soon broke out into running sores and I endured all the suffering which this vile disease pro Â¬ ducer X decided to try B S B as a last resort and was soon greatly Improved I followed olosely your Direc- Â¬ tions for Self Treatment and the large splotches on my chest began to grow paler and smaller and before long was soon cared perfectly and my disappeared entirely skin has been as clear aa glass ever since I cured my Â¬ self at homo after the doctors had failed completely It Is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors tooura Oontanlous Blood Poison for the disease is be yond their skill Swifts Specific toefal Biwin of till Doctors aaaj ot r6 Â¬ it Â¬ -- 4 w4 Â¬ INSTITUTE NOTES it 4 Tho ladies attended in a body Win Cain j - Â¬ Sr of Bewleyville Bpent Thursday in town Webster Taylor of Tobinsport was in town Thursday -t-- L Ind acts in ar entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the poison out of the system and gts rid of it entirely Hence it cures the disease while othor remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks forever constantly undermining the constitution Ouraystemof private home treat ment places a cure within tho reach of all We give all necessary medical ad Â¬ vice free of charge and save the patient the embarrassment of publicity Write for full information to Swift Spp lfio Co Atlanta Ga G N Lyddan owner stock farm and T K were also here They do farming for all it is S S S FOR THE BLOOD Â¬ to L Waggoner and wife county spent the day in town Thursday i A M Hardin and wife Lodlburgs successful farmer attended the Institute Â¬ Harvey English a well to do farmer near Stepbensport was here Thursday Tho Farmers Institute brought a handsomo aggregation of old gentlemen to the city William Andorson of G us ton and Kendall of Webster attended -t-Ha- the institute m of Gilbert and G M Barkley two Stephensportfl thriving farmers were -t-Ch- in town Thursday as Al w Drury of Bewleyville was here balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1002 Thursday and had the pleasure of ming- Â¬ and 1008 nearly five years without any further pay Shall we hear from you ling with his old friend within one week -t-- Z T Stithof Bewleyville was in town Thursday It was his fitst visit in years and was greatly surprised to see such a change of tho Mt Maple thirst for figures Last March they re Vu and John Lyddan ported that the land to be planted to are hustlers and corn woull be 7080200 acres But worth when the farmers came to examine their t wheat fields they found them so badly MxB Dugan came down from Bran damaged that thousands turned under denburg to attend the Institute Thurs the worst of the wheat and put in corn day and remained until Friday He June showed that tho corn acreage was was the guest of W H Bowmer He 8234500 visited the Tar Springs and thought it The average yield of corn in fair years was one of tho moot romantic and is from twenty five to thirty five bushels picturesque places he bad ever seen to the acre A yield of thirty six bus help While Mr Dugan has passed tho three In tho whole State is considered all that score mark yet he has a strong fascina- ftrmers haye a right to expect from tion for the ladies He is a handsome tbeir fields That means a 100 per cent old gentleman and hopes soon to visit crop This year the cortainty is an av- Â¬ here again erage of forty bushols with something over if the conditions should continue First come first served so march up as favorable as they have been In and pay for the Breokenbidqk News a making up the latest information from year ahead This will secure that good correspondents in overy county the little paper the Farm Journal for tho State officials see that they indicate the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Sam Dix of Stepbensport a successful farmer of that section attended the In- Â¬ stituto He is muoh enthused over these meetings - IMMENSE CROPS and Her Corn Kansas Walls of anijzlng averaae of forty four bushels to the acre That with the inoreased acreage would give a crop of 302000000 buahehv So it appears that that 300 000000 is the minimum estimate and that the aotual returnR may go many millions more What the crop of 300000000 bushels means to Kansas Ellen P Allerton the wife of a Brown county farmer told in her Walls of Corn And she told it without poetic license What do they hold iheie walli of corn Whose banaers ton in the bretm ot mumf He who questions may well b told A great States wraith lhe walls enfold No sentinels guard those walls of oorn Never a sound there of warders horn Â¬ i i I tt I Ki Jitwl - Mr py Those who attended the Institute from Tobinsport were Waldo pinions G The Tremendous Crop and What It W Winehell Mr Polk and a number fleans to the Calamity of others Howlers B H Bates and son J B Bates of McQuady who are operating one of tho While the rest of the country is mar best paying mill plants in the county veiling over the 300000000 bushel com crop the statisticians of Kansas are came to town Thursday busy figuring how much more than 300 The following farmers of Holts were 000000 bushels the product will be In- Â¬ Charles stead of discounting for adverse circum- Â¬ in attendance at the Institute Tinius Jacob Hanks Charles Tlnius stances they are trying to measure what increment must be added as surprisingly and family and William Tinius fayorable conditions continue A crop -David Heron came down from Irving- Â¬ that is better than perfeut that is to Ho is interested in farm say pluperfect iB what now fills tho ton Thursday work and the proper cultivation c f soil minds of Kansans with pleasing anticiHe is tho same clever genial whole pation The laat Government estimate of August 10 based upon hundreds of soul David local reports carefully compiled atTo t Jack Ackerman of Some Ind was in peka placed tho corn crop of the State town Thursday He should attend every at 106 percent It seems Incredible Farmers Institute and giye them some Taking the crops of a series of years and information as to the cultivation of can finding what is the best that Kansas with acreage and climate favoring can taloupes be expected to do these crop statisticians L B Macy an old pioneer gentleman established what they considered a 100 residing near Hardinsburg came to town per cent crop But the present season hor3ebaok Thursday He is beyond the breaks their record and they are confour score mark but gets around like a fronted with a orop which is G per cent better than the best boy just sixteen There is scarcely a county which does t Heman Allen deserves credit for the not reach 100 per cent Quite a numassistance he rendered the ladies at the ber go over 100 per cent The banner is hall He ia one of those go ahead fel- held by Jewell on the northern tier lows possessed of wonderful energy and about midway between the Missouri river and the Colorado line This coun is making a success at farming ty has occupied the proud position of William Withers rfh old settler of this the banner county for corn in Kansas county living near Kirk represented most of the time for half a dozes years that plaoe here Thursday He is getting Last year it lost to a southern Kansas quite old but enjoys such gatherings county Now it comes back to front place with a whoop Jewell has from as he gets to mjngle with hie friends 12000000 to loOOOOOO bushels of oorn t J D Brasbear a farmer from Har maturing in her fields The estimates dens Grove Ind came to the Instituto of the best Inforraedrange about 14000 He manifested much interest in the 000 bushels Assessors in Kansas return meeting and said every farmer ought to the population by townships Jewell attend as valuable ideas are always county on these returns of last fall has 17844 people Her corn erop will av obtained erage over 800 bushels for every man Mr and Mrs W J iggott of Irving woman and child Jewell county is the ton were here Mr Piggott is one of oorn gem of Kansas Irvingtona prosperous farmers aad busi Â¬ The setting is worthy Baat aad west ness men Ilia wife whole an estimable and south of Jwll Che wall of com lady took aa active part la the Insti ran to the limits of the Stat uaiatabv tute dad her aaetetanee was muoh apÂ¬ lag a dagrae of exoelleaoa which make preciated thle a crop graator by 100000000 hwabal than all aredeoeawom a Ia lfeK Mr and itn William Ditto and ohll dad ago th orop averaged higher draft Hoitoa Fred and Corntlla ol than ever hJor and highar th h ha BfaBdeabarg toadied bar Thursday sine until new Th year 4t IMP mmto aadramataed until Friday with Mrs J tfa i40t4 It yield to DBahbag William la both a practwal Kaajaa are fond of aguriog 611 and tfeaorettoal farmer aad oaa toll Mas hvlnlgaao in that dlraetloa led to nam lAtoraetlaK anecdotes coaaarnlag agti polWfwl vagaries about per eanltor ottltural life not many years ago Bat th Mattotieal work on the oorn erop rest apoo rob Mr Mik Lyddan ol Iryingtoa at etontial and visible foandatioo not upon toadad th InatUute and enjoyed it tbeoriaa Th oeprecedentod com crop a doable retail It hi a combination workings Immensely Mr Lyddaa opÂ¬ of increased oorn acreage aad of th beat erate Irvington oa a larea average farm yield since lied Lege and Border scale and baa bean quit bucoam1 lie Ruffians contended for supremacy two i ia his sixty third year and wiH no generation back doubt survive many years His sons Township aiimnm feed the Yet the pillars are hung with gleaming gold Lett all tinbarred though thieves are bold Clothes and food for the toiling poor Wealth to heap at the rich mans door Meat fur the healthy and balm for him Who moans and toues in chamber dim Shoes for the barefooted pearls to twme In the scented tresses ol Uaiut line - Things of use Cor thelowly cot w nere Bless tne eornj want cometu not Luxuries rare for the mansion grand Gills ot a rare and fertile land All these things and so many mire It would fill a book to name them oer Are hid and held in these walls ol corn Whose banners toss in the breese of morn s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Calamity There is no such word in the bright lexicon of Kansas this year From the Missouri to the Colorado line everybody ia talking oorn and feeling good The discordant notes are so few and far between they pas for jokes One lonesome Pop stood silent in a crowd of enthusiastic oorn talkers until the time came when he must say some- Â¬ thing and then he commented thus Yes boys it is a whaling big crop and no mistake But I tell you it ia going to be bell on the ground St Louis Globe Democrt Â¬ How to Pind Out Filla bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent deetre to paea it or pais ia the back ia also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad Â¬ der are out of order WHAT TO DO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is comfort In the knowlege ao often expressed that Dr KUluaere Swamp Boot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in oaring rheumatism paia is the back kidneys liver bladder aad every part of the urinary passages It eorreete inability to held water and scalding pain In awying it or bad efleota follavlag use of Uqaor wine or beer and over ooai that uapleeeaot ascieiity of 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