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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UAUU VOL XXIV THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1899 NO 8 School House Burned The Bell school house located two milea north of Hardinsburg was burned one night laat week The trustees fall to account for the origin of the fixe as there had been none about the building The school house was a new one having Met at Hardinsburg Last Sat just been built by Mr Andrew Elder He would have boen ready to have Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome V urday x turned the house over to the district in ROTAl tAKIM POWM CO Mf TOM twenty four hours had it not burned waa the work lion John P Haswell Re Nominated Tho belief is that the fire Mr Eldor lost a of an incondiary HARDINSBURG HARMED for the Legislature thousand feet of lumber and two kits of tools in the fire The house cost tho Big speaking next Saturday A little rain would be very acceptable A goodly number of Republicans met district 230 County Superintendent Born to the wife of S A Pate August Mr I B Payne went to Oloverport in Mass Convention at Hardinsburg lost Drlakel has decided that another house Tuesday Saturday for the purpose of nominating should bo built at once in which the fall 20 a bo Born to the wife of Oscar Haynes Au- Â¬ Robert Weatherford returnedfWednea a candidate for the Legislature There school for the district must be opened gust 28 a girl day from Louisville was a fair representation from tho vari- Â¬ ous districts present add while the en Â¬ Mrs Ethel Moorman spent last Sunday Mr Cliff Payne wont to see his best COilPANY HENRY KOEHLER girl Sunday at Custer thusiasm was not loud and boistrous wont several car loads of CHOICE WAL here visiting friends those present seem to realize that they NUT LOGS Will pay highest cash Will Hook and Jamea H Gardner are If there is any club that wants to play had a great fight before them and that price They also buy POPULAR and in Louisville this week ball call on Harned to win it would require the naming of a HARDWOOD LUMBER in mixed cars Mr and Mrs Bee Stinnette are very Ben Hook has a position in the flour- Â¬ good clean man and the help of every Write ing mill at Brandenburg them at Louisville Ky much delighted in their new home good Republican Mrs Xie Payne was the guest of Miss Prof Roberts and wifo have taken Chairman Allen It Klncheloe called Bad Day For Ball Playing Maud Stinnette one day last week rooms at the Hardinsburg Hotel the convention to order He said on Thursday August 31 at was the last Mr Cliff Davis Jr was the guest of Mr and Mrs John P Haswell went to opening that he congratulated the Re- Â¬ day of the month It was an inclement Cloverport hlsBiBter Mrs Jonas Lyons Irvington last Saturday evening publicans on the splendid record the day raining all the fore noon but party had made both inU national state it Choice breakfast bacon is still selling Sunday didnt prevent the Hardinsburg and Bro Herrell will preach at this place and county administration at ten cents per pound at tho Eclipso Cloverport Baso BallOlub from crossing On motion Mr Kincfeloe was made bats the third Saturday and Sunday In Sepwill in all probability bo the Grocery It tho permanent chairman and Clint Hook last game played at Dr A Jones of Monett Missouri and tember the park this season elected secrotary Mr Walter Stinnette was the guest of Miss Dimple Hayes will be married in Everj one who witnessed the game The chair on motion appointed the said it was rocky Tho score stood 49 to this city this evening at four oclock his slater Sunday Mrs Joe Bland Ir- Â¬ tin resolutions following committee 5 in favor of Hardinsburg What is the The Childrens Day exercises out at vington H A Walker Sherman Ball John A you boys You certainly Wesley Chapel last Sunday attracted a matter with The people of Harned were very pleas- Â¬ Butler Hon Chas Blariford and Owen can do better In order to sustain your large crowd and was tiuite a antly surprised by the eerenaders Satur Â¬ Buccess Cunningham j reputation you must get together and Rev W B Snead and Charley Rob day night While the committee on resolutions practice Do you realize that this is ay ic bins left last Monday for Newport Ky Mr Poyton Scott purchased two lots was out Rev Curry a colored minister toryforthe visiting club and by all to attend the annual session of the M E in Harned with the intention of erecting school teacher was called on to and means get together invite them again a residence address the conyention He made a and then showthem the art of ball play- Â¬ Conference Mr and Mrs Z T Stinnette was the S A Pate purchased twenty eight acres very intelligent speech and seemed to be ing of land last week from Ben T Miller at guest of Mr and Mrs Sam May several well up iu the doctrines of his party 518 it joins the fair ground tract on days lost week From a Republican standpoint it was a You may bridle the appetite but you the east side Mr Forest Haynes returned Monday good speech can not bribe the liver to do its work ON RESOLUTIONS REPORT Or COMMITTEE The protracted meeting which was to from Tar Springs where he had a very well You may be honest with it help We the Republican of Breckenridge it along a little now and then with a havo begun laat Sunday at Kir k has pleasant time Miss Lizzie Harned takes up her school county in convention assembled renew dose of HERBINE the best liver regu- Â¬ beon postponed until the third Sunday night in this month next Monday- - We wish Miss Lizzie our allegiauce to the principles of the lator Price 50 els A R Fisher It is reported in the political circles much success Republican parly aa enunciated in the Wednesday Evening Miss Ryan Be- Â¬ here that S A Pate will make the race St Louis and Lexington platforms Miss Mary Duggins one of Harneds for County Court Clerk at the next elec-Â¬ charming young ladies returned from comes firs Charlie Hall Second We endorse the administra- Â¬ tion for county officers Leltchfleld where she baa been spend Â¬ At Cannelton Indiana on Wednesday tion of Gov W Q Bradley as being Jesse Eekridge has just received an ing several weeks wise conservative and patriotic and es- Â¬ evening August 30 th Mr Charlie Hall assignment as store keeper and gauger pecially commend him in his untiring and Miss Mary Ryan both of this place Misses Florence and Lou Fayne were They returned at one of the largest distilleries in Da the guests of Miss Bessie Eskridge Sun mantain law and order and the were quietly married effort to dignity of tho comoqwealth of Ken- Â¬ home the same evening and have taken vies county near Owensboro day Miss Maud Stinnette was the guest rooms at the Mattingiy House where Marcus Klncheloe and Miss Katie of Mrs I B Payne Saturday night and tucky Third We fully indorse the actions they will be at home to their friends Eskridgo and several others from this Sunday Miss Ryan has been in the employ of city attended the Childrens Day exer- Â¬ Jolly and Has- Â¬ of our representatives Miss Delia Kyler entertained a num- Â¬ Mr J D Babbage five years as composi- Â¬ cises at Wesley Chapel last Sunday well iu our last Legislature ber of her friends Saturday night Those Forth In common with the Popu Â¬ tor and boa proved herself a capable and The Breckenridge Normal College present from a distance were Misses Mit lists Prohibitionists antl Goebel Demo- Â¬ efneent girl Mr HalL has a position at opened last Monday with a good attend- Â¬ tie Fronie and ElTle Pate Katie Butler crats aud the religious press we recog- Â¬ tho shops The News extends to them ance Messrs Roberta and Coke fee and Minnie Pool Messrs Wave and nize Goebellsm in all of its phases as congratulations and best wlahes very much encouraged over tho outlook Lut Pate Loyd Butler Mr and Mrs I the paramount issue in the state this Prof J H B Logan came home last B Payne Walter Stinnette and sister Qoebel and Blackburn will Saturday He has opened an insurance George Gray Payton Scott Cliff Davie year and unqualifiedly denounce it as a disgrace to the commonwealth a menace discuss Democracy from their office at Rockport Ind and will work and Frank Black At ten oclock the to popular government and an enemy Life Insurance Ho will move his fami- Â¬ guests were invited to the dining room point of view at Hardinsburg ly there in a few weeks to free institutions where refreshments were served H A Walker Ohm Saturday Sept 9 GLOVEKPORT DIBDIN 5BRVICH ROCK CRUSHER 350 Appropriated by the Cityi Council Last Night C E Â¬ Charley Wheatley a Hancock Boy Is Carried Away By Typhoid Pever At Pence Porte Rico Mrs Marv Hale of this olty received a letter on Thursday from the officials in oharge Btating that Charles Wheatley died in Ponce Porto Rico Aug 12th of Typhoid fever Wheatley was a Han cook county boy and was raised near Midway in the uppor part of the pounty He was well known both in Hawsvllle and Cannelton having llyed in each place He enlisted in tho regular army in March and it will be remembered he wrote the Clarion a letter from Colum- Â¬ bus Barracks Ohio on April 0th He left that place on the following Monday for Porto Rico and joined the 5th infan- Â¬ try He was a young man probably thirty eight years old aud was well liked REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Royal Baking Powder f KEITH APPOINTED TAX ItfLLECROR John D Gregory to Fill the Unexpired Term of R B Pierce The City Council met in rogular monthly session Monday night Mayor Barry and all the Connoilmon were present Clerk Dlluy road minutes of previous meeting which stood- approved The various committees with tho ox ception of the Ordinance committee had no report --- Â¬ Hancock Clarion Story of a Slave a - The bicycle ordinance was passed until next meeting Tho election of a tax collector for the 8 euBuhg year was then acted on Wilson Clarence Keith and Frank Haswoll were the candidates for this important office A vote was taken and Mr Keith received a majority He was the only aspirant present and in a neat talk thanked the Councilmen for the favor He presented his bond with the following surlties which was accepted 0 E Keith principal AL Oelze J Keith and John A Barry Judge James R 8killmans report was read and received Claims and accounts were next before the body which were allowed Councilman Sklllman made a motion to accept the resignation of R B Fierce which was accepted and Mr John David Gregory Sr was appointed to fill his un- Â¬ expired time Road Supervisor Bohler was before the Gouncll and presented a petition that had been liberally signed by the citizens for the purobase of a rock crusher for the town He has made up nearly three hundred dollars and deÂ¬ sired the Gouncll to donate half of the cost of a Crusher Goancilman Haynes mode a motion to appropriate three hnndred and fifty dollars towards buying the machine which was seconded by Councilman Conrad Mayor Barry put a motion befjre the body which carried without a dissenting voice and it was agreed to Appropriate the above sum A committee was ap Â¬ pointed to investigate the cost of a Â¬ Â¬ To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst was a commendablo one and one that form of slavery George D Williams will tell of Manchester Mich tells how such a While our roads nro in an oxcellent slave was niado free He says My condition still if this movement had wifo has been so helpless for flvo years not met with success tho present work that she could not turn ovor in bed alone would have been worthless After using two bottles of Electric Bitters There is much enthusiasm arousod on sho is wonderfully improved and able the question of good roads by the people to do her own work This supreme of the district and town and it is pre- Â¬ remedy for female diseases quickly cures dicted in a years time that the business nervousness sleeplessness melancholy interests of this city will increase two- Â¬ headache fainting and dizzy spells fold This miracle working medicine is a god Â¬ send to weak sickly run down people going Down Hill Only 60 cents Every bottle guaranteed People suffering from Kidney Diseases Sold by Short Haynes druggists feol a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality They should lose no time A Lover Of The Brecken ridge News in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guar- Â¬ Mr Jamea A Bashanvand son John anteed Preparation A R Fisher Clo of Stephensport were in town Friday verport E A Witt Hardinsburg and called at the News office Mr Bash am is a prosperous farmer of that section REPUBLICAN RALLY and is a constant reader of the News He said I cant do without the paper flonday October 9tfi at Hardinsburg it gets bettor every issue and every person ought by all means to take it It in- Â¬ Thero will be a Republican rally on structs their children and is worth doub- Â¬ le the price Monday October Oth at Hardinsburg Hon A E Wilson of Louisville who Good Eiuagh to Take is one of Kentuckys great orators will The fines quality of loaf sugar is used be present Other eminent Republicans have been extended an invitation to at- Â¬ in the manufacture of Chamberlains tend More explicit particulars will be Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to that given in the future Great preparations are being made and of maple syrup making it very pleasaut eyery indication points to one of the to tako As a medicine for tue cure of greatest aflltdre that has ever occurred in coughs colds lagrippe croup and whoop- Â¬ ing cough- it is unequaled by any other the county It always cures and cures quickly C C Convention For Bale by A E Fisher Oloverport The Christian Central Convention will R S Shellman Stephensport convene at Htepnenspott Thursday Buys Half laterest September the 14th and will continue until Sunday The Rev H M Elliott William Laslle who for a number of State Evangelist from Sulphur Ky will years has been driving the delivery be present and assist in making the oc- Â¬ wagon of Gregory Gibson has resign- Â¬ casion a successful one A grand time ed his position and bos purchased a half is anticipated and a large crowd desired interest in the grocery firm of King Every one is invited and evory thing King Walter having retired will be free Come and have a happy time Would Be An Honor At Frankfort Â¬ - v J Butler Chas Blanford W 8 Ball M - crusher the committee Those appointed were Frank Fayne Chas Bohler and A on- - L Oelze Bmti Ugtttaro ef o a m a ca s yTh8 tie Klftd -- - Councilman Hayneswho is an enthu Â¬ siast in this work said It waa one of the greatest steps and one that would be more beneficial to the town than any movement ever taken Mayor Barry in his modest way de- Â¬ livered a logical talk oh the advantages of a crusher and he heartily endorsed the action taken by the Board of Ooun cllmen Mayor Barry who has been nominated to run for the Legislature on the Demo- cratio ticket Is developing lnto quite a speaker It waa said the Crasher A STRONO SERMON czmc Yw ja Han Alwrs ac Bowfit Mayor Barry of Gloverport has been nominated by the Breckenridge Demo- Â¬ crats for representative says the Han Â¬ He is a most excellent cock Clarion man and would be an honor to us at Frankfort The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it is patting In a new press that will print 200 copies a minute it is the beet farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pieces We have made a special arrangement by which we are able to send the Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly Ave years to all subscribers of the BRXOKENBinok News who pay a year in advance Made An Impression Miss Jean Todd one of Owenaboros brightest and most facinatlng young ladies who has been visiting Miss Marion Bowmer has returned home Miss Todd has become quite a favorite here and her return is hoped for Mr Rutfedge Speaks Words of Wis- Â¬ dom Mr Rutledae recheda ffoodtBermon to a largs audience at his church here Sunday raerniwt He spoke forcibly of the corruption Ini polities and of the nenMdltV Hon Chas Blanford in nominating John S Haswell Bald it was a pleasure to put in nomination a man who was certain to be the next Representative He said he was a clean man his record was clear and hu was proud of it also proud of the man He sold he had in tended to make a speech but the weath Â¬ er and a big game of base ball on hand was more than he anticipated and cared to tackle so he would just name bis man and lot the speech go tor a more Â¬ nf ChrlsMon man vntlnn aa brought him out The consideration given the matter of purchasing a Rock Crasher by the OouHollatits meeting Monday night their conscience dictates He closed with a plea for temperance and the hope that the Christian voters would do their duty Farm Sold opportune time There was no opposition to Mr Has- Â¬ well and his nomination was made unanimous by a rising vote Mr Haswell accepted the nomination in a short graceful and appropriate speech The Convention then adjourn- Â¬ ed GLENDbANE Marcus Kinoheloe the Poet Master at HardlBsbarg has sold his farm near that place to Mr Bright of Fordsville for The babys coming la often looked for-- 1600 Mr Bright wakes the purobase AMrard to as a time of dread and danger Jryany women are physically unfit tcTbe- - iu oiuer w give uu sauaren we Deneni They are sick and weak of the Hardinsburg schools He will onte mother move his family at onee Mr Bright has beea in the mercantile business at Fordsville a womanly way and may well look with fear toward fee time of maternity latetliaeat preparation for thk timers tncat esKatW Aa athlotc train foe notiUu Mm me trial SMo mm do not train at all and yet their trial la to be mfy tamae as severe ae the atatew During the varied of gotUtioa my woman ahotdd xm ovary mean to trangtliea the ohmm Hyrt are to be triad Thar sUaA be kipt ia perfect Sa m Tie mint honk symptom of Ua order or dtaom saoaM Vm mmmUv i Dr Moroaa Favorite sVmoriptto h doalgned to do tide vary tblae tm beea doing it fat ovar thirty years It U Um ope Mm medkan foi all ftwwla anm pUinU ft ta Om owy amdMae IS JMhaMy rlaipniliiil jmea to mji of of luHud thttfa tkaSiSlvCSTSZw aUrlv aradi and ekperteaoad toafiaOat to toTftoi or uuk iub of wil anB3rwtim aiadMij J HtU OTDOMM OOUHO Co AMI MlOOII Out wrfUi wu in ry paut kJUi Joo timt 4aUg ftuiu lb With of my lUtUgiti I tiled duhtrat OMtore nd asknnn audkitK 1 took faw botlm favurttt rt1Uoa To Teach School Miss Mary Smith of Hardinsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Step it In Year Seme Florence Cottrell on her way to take And when the bowels fail to act proper- Â¬ oharge of the school at Persimmon Flat ly take a dose of Lyons Laxativk She will board at the house of Mr Syrup It aeta gently but effectually on Caleb Hawkins the kidneys liver and bowels will keep TABLERS BUCKEYE FILE OINT- your system in good working order and MENT relieves the Intense itohing It make your complexion clear soothes heals and cures chronic easea where surgeons fall It is no experi Â¬ To Our aretBA areeH ment its sales inerease through its Albert Hook asd Miss Turptn Prlee both of Hardineburir passed through ouree Bvery bottled guaranteed Spots In bottles tubes 76 ets A R Uleverport Bandar mertfBg Seaf ember the 3rd enrouto to Caanelton where Visher were naarged They were aeeem Deat MoBeaUi panted Ifjhtfr Boy Guthrie In tffRi la The marriage of James L Dent and etaneelt waabot a case of parental objee Mm la MeBeath will be selecaBlzed at ttoa bat Jaat a dealra for Barelty the restdeaee of Judge T R MeBeath in All aa the trala this alty ea Tawday September 12 th Tbe Hen Wa aM Demaaratfe UM at bx eeleek p m Grayson Gax- aaadidate for Govern SeMtor J 0 8 BUokbum Vm Oas ClUiv Giabam A 9t4soosa Vwakad of the OettHpr Jaamal and AlUeH the laqairar were M The soaial given Thursday evening the trala Monday e thejrway toOweaa-- at tfee pretty hone ef Mr and Mm He ry WeftdelkiR la Mbalf of the OferieUsa ehtire was a wtaaewi aoeMlly and iaas Labor Day Ofcooryod oially Moadajr Sopt 4th waa ftolvaraally ob-t Um ooMtry aa a AfrtetyMMt flacimrion ef any TtMT ibopa wore oloa- mm W44P waa aaoM aaMy wmI vmUm btfort th mm in reatfaUy Q ant right MMtaH t s4 QMbel mnd t hear QaaMiiutf ttackftara Sat 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 H Brown Â¬ and Blackburn will Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life Addisons Hustling Farmer And Busof joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures draw a big crowd at Hardins- Â¬ iness man In Town Saturday Running and Fever burg Saturday Sept 9 Mr L D Addison of Addison apent a them also Old Corns Sores Ulcers Boils Felons few hours in town Saturday He is one Scalds Warts Guts Bruises Burns Â¬ Miss Schull In the City of this countys most enterprising bus ChilblalnB Best Pile iness men He is dealing extensively in Chapped Hands Miss Jessie Schull of Owensboro who Drives out Patns and apples and is evaporating on an average cure on earth Cure guar- Â¬ taught a private school here last year eta a box of two hundred barrels daily Mr Addi- Â¬ Aches Only 25 Haynes Drug- Â¬ is in the city She is at her Bisters Mrs Short son gives employment to something near anteed Sold by Frank Haswell Miss Schull 1b a young thirty people and to a News representa Â¬ gists lady of strong personalities and high in- Â¬ Eighty Tons Of Hay Lost tive Bald My business is beyond ques- Â¬ tellectual abilities and as an educator tion far better than it has been for years Lightning etruck the barn oi W L she hoe no superior It is to be hoped Hall who Uvea at Newark Dakota last she may be successful in securing a Cant Collect Under Existing Law week and set fire there to It contained school Judge Owen lias rendered a decision eighty tons of hay which was an entire As an external liniment of most won in the school tax case which has been loss and all of his farming implements derful penetrative power BALLARDS pending at Hawsyille He decided ad- Â¬ He had no insurance SNOW LINIMENT is not equaled by versely to the night of the Board oiTTrusany other in the world Price 25 and 50 Holiday Is Over tees to lovy and collect taxes under the A R Fisher Oelze son of Mr Alfred cents Mr Walter existing laws Oelze left this week for Georgetown Engaged From Qlendeane Ky where he will resume hla studies Murray Murray have beon engaged Miss Ella Robertson of Glondeane He has spent part of his vacation at has accepted the position of 4 th assist Â¬ the Tar Springs with his mother and sis- Â¬ as councelora for the Cumberland Tele- Â¬ phone Co in this city ant in the Oloverport High school She ter bos had experience and we predict for her a successful year She will board with her cousin Dr J L Moorman Â¬ Volcanic Eruptions Qoebel tly Services At Tar Fork Elder Beare of the Christian church held services at Tar Fork Sunday Sept Golden Rod Reception ember the 3rd About five hundred peo The News is the recipient of an invi- pie were present and the meeting was tation to be present at the Golden Rod an impressive and benefioial one reception given by Mr and Mrs M Ferryman Weather holt Happy Blaine at the Hotel Midway Thursday evening Sept 7th at Stephensport It Mr Wood Weatherholt our genial will no doubt be a pleasant occasion and ferryman of Tobinsport doesnt care we regret our inability to attend whether or not the Ohio goes dry I was a fine girl Monday and he is muoh For the Children elated We call our readers attention to the fllsa FeHa Will Teach at PLigah article on Kindergarten work written by Miss Nellie Henderson of Iryington Miss Pearl Fella came to town Satur Ky It hi an intelligent paper and does day from AddlBon Miss Fella will teaeh aitieu credit to the writer We shall be at Pisgah She is bright energetic and glad to hear from her again is enthusiastic in her voeation i RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA Not maeh attention Is often said to tho Brat symptoms of Eoiema but it is not Ion before the little redness begins to itch ana burn This is but the beginning aad will Itchlni and Burning of lead to suffering aad torture almost anon durable it Is a common mistake to rogard a roughness and redness of the akin a This Furful Dlsiaso Barely a leeal Irritation it la bat an Indian tloa of a humor in the blood of terrible Vecema whiea Is more than skin deep and oan not ba reaahed by looal appli Â¬ cation of ointments salves ot4 applied to the swrfaee The disease itoalf tho real oaose of the trouble is la the bleed although all suffering produced through the skin tho only way to naah th dimse torofore w tfcrouga Ko TortUTt Equal to tin Â¬ diosburs Saturday Sept 9 Biwtrn Hr urday Sept 9 Will Teach At Helta Bottom Mr Forest Haynes who baa beea em- Â¬ A gre Way to Avei Daaf or ployed la the railroad effioe at Irvingtoa Every true woman wants to be a has resigned his position He will take mother A baby Is the dream ef her life aharge of the aehool at Holts bottom the orowning glory of womanhood true happiness oan never be known Basket Meeting without the blessings a ehlid brlnge Yet the ordeal through whleh all The basket meeting at Tar Fork waa pasa is aolull of pain mothora postponed owing to the preyaienee of anxiety and fear that many a young life is saorinoed because of the Inability tobaaeo worms It will be held on the to undergo tho struggle of childbirth Â¬ first aanday la Ootober It is not weeessarylo suffer in bring ing nw Ufa into tho wevld By tho Pteued ue or jtotneraoaa ba avoidedauaor rrieaa nm aad iag aad danger Obarley Ouapln who realdea on the the aor robbed of itaftroed and jata pk was tho iwtotaitMiifcla TWa remedy la praised by ftaoasaada Hew ptoaovM wftH who havo toetod it Ivory woman M Uytottttday attxkma to loarn how to avoid m aain - aad eaiforiner whtalt toay WaiMii-m M -- v m imL Kk JhlMted Hojn WW VOT VM Wla Bum wiU bo soot fwao to oni John a Warloid afaippod to Loalavino wo cartaIran upon application laat weak a Am lot of hoaja Atlanta jaorgl Regulator lIOOMIKCr MOTHim ut Mr Pal T Jonas ef Mlxersville lad write i I had Soseraa thirty years and after a great deal of treatment my la was to raw aad sore wat it gave mo oonitant pain It nally broke Into a raaatog sore and Tor tho paat five or began to spread and grow worse x nave sonerao mhiohi agony ana aa gives up all It of ever being free from the disease aa I have beea treated by aomi of tho bost ahTsiolaM and- hava all la vain With little taken many blood madlotne faith loft rbecaa to take 8 8 8 aad It avoaronUy made tkoXotema worse but I know that taia waa too Coatwalag way tho remedy got rid of tho poison 8 8 Mm sore healed ve aaMroly tliwakla besanu altar aad amoota aad I wai eared aorfoatty Xoaoma w aa obstfajtfo dieoaao aad oaaot bo etired by r i - romoaj wluo s i4t -- - I - whasa taa war h snootier to other Mood romodioa human K of Mm ill w -will dljat teUod tho It oflaspma afoaoh oeo goo to tho bottom WwhMoamw r wftatmsM Maad bo mawy moroary w mo mom pou mto only blaod voaaodf piaafiaa to b soma Batofula Ooatac other miaoial aad aovo latta to ao BM vw n ww foiaon Qaaoar Tottor fiaaamailom inn llnimi IIIaomi nvwvw u afkw a me nothing oan wk m piaee Booa on hdliiaYiUU mailed fse to as l -1 -i S 6 SlFOR TK BLOOD eiso vujftjr JMUnt Ueorgia -- m araran v wnw i5Fnftvrv BRECKINRIDGE is D Jt R t w7 t MMMaM NEWS 4 J 0 Bkbf Barton a4 htHN UN WKDNR8IUY SKIT 8 SIX PAGES ANNOUNCBMUNT Mtfeerised to UHNMe Jehu A Barry m a eaudidate for eteeMeu to the office o Representative from Breck inridge at unly subject to lae-- aetlon of the Democratic party T Keep coughing W We know of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and Jungs It Is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and Only keep It pneumonia up long enough and you will succeed In reduclngyour weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exaetly right for the germs of eon sumption Stop coughing and you will get well InlHlnlWffltnmulHtnlHimmnimmnlHlittulW HESTOPL WILLIS GO CLOTHING We are headquarters We are showing all the latest things fit everybody Ww Â¬ Hon W 0 Oweoe baa been invited to speak in this county before the Cam Â¬ paign closed in this line and can Ttu Republicans met at Hardinsburg laat Saturday and nominated John P Uaswell Jr for the Legislature IIon L P Tannor wilt speak for the John Young Brown ticket at Ilardlna burg next Friday afternoon Wubn the Democratic party stops men from running it solely for the Bake of securing an ollice then may we hope to recover some measure of our past buc cess The people look wlttidiflKUBt upon the proceedings of the last State Con- Â¬ vention and until such methods as Mr joebel UBtd there to securo hie nomina iiou are blotted off the calendar forever Something we cant hope to be united more than ofllce and its emoluments alone should move men to throw their mfluonce to n political party Â¬ flyers Cherry Pectoral cures coughs of every kind An ordinary cough disap- Â¬ pears in a single night The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mas- Â¬ And if not too far tered along the coughs of con- Â¬ sumption are completely cured Ask your druggist for one of IN STAPLE DRY GOODS i In Ladies and Gents FUMissnrGS Wo have overything you could wish QUR STOCK IS IMMEMSE for Tho groatoat lino of all tho regular makes over shown in this country i SHOES VB Wmrshopkinsj CARPETS Tjierk will no doubt be a large gathering at Hardinsburg next Saturday Hon William Goebel will bo the center A great number are going of attraction to satisfy their curiosity about this man All the Democrats in this county aio not supporting Mr Goebel and if there is a large sprinkling of them out Sat- Â¬ urday it will be no evidence of his Populista and Btrength Republicans Democrats alike will doubtless turn out next Saturday They will no doubt de sire to aee the man Goebel who conÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ HATS Wo have all tho latest Btyles in Hub lino and nro solo agents for tho re- Â¬ Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral nowned y Piaster crlr and desire adtlce you ran Cherry Pectoral what If yon haro any complaintmedical the beat -- It will aid the action of the possibly obtain write ut f reeljr Ton wllfrcelve a roropt reply that ma bo of great you Address also to UK J 0 ATR Lowell Mail HAMSHER HAT TO THE PUBLIC fwwf4fw4 Â¬ MATTINGS mm ai AMWM AirnPTTftS -- We have a large and well selected stock j Of Cincinnati Ohio trolled and manipulated a Democsatic Convention the like of which was never seen before in the state of Kentucky Cut when it comes to voting tliev will not uphold his methods SyM GAPS Â¬ Announcement of Speaking John P Haswell Jr Republican can- day Sept ith 99 Why ihould we contribute ol our subitance for didate for the Legislature of Brecken S II Iayna the tupport of the Gospel ridge county will speak at the following The object and design ol Hlderv and Deacons Â¬ Program Program of the Elders and Deacons Associacion to be held at Freedom Satur- OUR LINE IS LARGE tfwmf We are now in our new store and you are cordially invited to call and inspect our large stock of everything usually kept in a general store Oueensware y t and Glassware The largest stock in this county Any- Â¬ thing you want from 5o up J places He invites Mayor J A Barry Democratic candidate and Geo Harned the Populist candidate to be present and par- Â¬ ticipate in the discussions Speaking to commence at 1 oclock p m Glendeane Sept 22 Rockvale Sept 23 Htephensport 25 Mooleyville 2G Union Star 27 Clifton Mills 28 Irvington 29 Bewleyvllle 30 Garfield Oct 2 Hardins Â¬ burg Oct 0 Balllown 20 Cloverport 21 Ouster 23 Hudsonyille 24 McDaniels 25 West View 20 Â¬ Association W T Dowell The necessity of vocal music Davit Dnwell Covet the belt gifts Pleas Wood Shall we know each other there r Miss Klla Dowell How to destroy a church 1 Mls Cora Norton The work of good deeds Harry Wood S C Dowell Paper subject unknown The stream we tiave never crossed Miss Cora DoweH Kind words never die Aron Norton Cast thy bread upon the waters Miss Dinah Haynes Here we are but little boys i Raymond Dowell and Berry Norton My welcome beyond Miss Oou Brown Personal influence R V StClalr How should we read the scriptures to derive the most benefit Jamas St Clair The Holy bpints guidance Miss Maggie Morcdock What is religion and some of Its benefits B AND COMPLETE GROCERIES lat y We need to say nothing about them for we have always boon leaders in this lino Remarkable Relcue Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield III makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse He told her that she was a hopeless victim of con- Â¬ sumption and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested P Kings Ntiw Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to hor delight found herself benefited from first dose Klin continued its use and after taking rix bottles found herself sound and well aha dos her own house xrork an 1 is as well ttH sho ever was Freo trial hnttlm Hay of thin Great Discovery at Short nca Drug Store Lare bottleH 50 cent 1 The duty of a presiding elder Heluliuness Cods design in creating man I T Hatfield Judley Haynes H T Beard A Parks All of these lines are being sold af prices that have no competition in a Chronic Diarrhoea Cure This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever Bince the war I got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything One bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy cured me sound and well J R Gibbs Fincaslle Vu I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years Three bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy S L Shaver Fincaslle Va cured ni lljtli Mr Uibhs ami Mr Shavers nro prominent farinuib and nB de near Fin castle Va Tliuy produced the remedy per 00 Irom Mr W K CriBpur n druggist at that place who in well acquainted with School Again them and will vouch for the truth of Frooseor Mapln announces that the their statements For Sale by A It Oloyerpirt High Kihool was opened Fisher Cloverport K A Shellman Monday morning Hupt 4th with an en Â¬ Stephensport rollment of 111 pupils He has three able assistants and hopes for a success- Â¬ ful year dood News From Kansas Da Not Be Imposed this county Call and See Us and Be Convinced aiUiuiaaiiUiuuuuiauiiuiuaiuiiauuuiuauiiuujJiiiiiaiiUiuniiiuiiuaihUiiuiiuiuuuiuiuuuiUK IRVINGTON Wo are pleased to hear of Mrs Loch ards decided improvement Mr Gllliland a nephew of Mrs T ft McGlothan was visiting her Sunday Miss Fopham Bister of our popular youngdruggist was in town Thursday the guest of her brother Miss Mary Peyton from the Falls was the guest of Mrs Roy Cain on her return from Bewley ville The Miseee Hook of Hardlnaburg have returned home after a pleasant visit to Misses Mary andAnnie Lee Ban dy A letter from Miss Mario Mann says she reached home safely and speaks pleasantly of a very pleasant visit with us Miss Eva Herdon is homo after a de lichtful and prolonged stay in Clarke ville Hopkinsville Owenshoro and Hawesyiile WewaitwitiranticIpated pleasuretrTe roport of the Sunday school union work at the recent State Convention held in Louisville Thanks Mrs Grinnell for your kind words of cheer and encouragement I appreciate heartily and return all with a cheery mood will The ice cream supper we understand was a decided success There were a number of strangers present but we were not able to obtain the names of a two months visit to Texas relatives and the good friends left at home will be glad indeed to wecome them back to the home nest If I have failed to mention any thing concernicg yourself of interest do not censure me If you will send items I will gladly insert but remember I am not the town clock Mrs Crlder has returned home bring-Â¬ ing a brand new baby boy who is tho pride of tbe household Her little sisÂ¬ ters Misses Emma Lou and Elizabeth are guests for a few days Miss Babbage of Cloverport who has been loitering in that hospitable home The Olaycomba has returned home Truly May and Blanche are ideal hostess for all who are so fortunate as to be their guests BBV so Miss Batie Herndon left for Potter College This will be her last term at tbis famous seat of learning and we con Â¬ gratulate Batie for we all love her very much and will be glad when we can Bee CLOYERPORT KY 9 and our school and will give you hearty Oar protracted meeting closed Thurs Â¬ day evening and we were loth to say Good bye to Bro Bashing and Bro Leitcbfleldwho had been with us nearly two weeks giving us the very beet ser Â¬ mons and work and we are proud of their efforts To them we owe much in gaining a victory for temperance on the 2Gth and they certainly engendered a feel- Â¬ very mutual interdenominational ing as one lady said Bro Leitchfleld would open the doors of the church and say if you want to join tbe Methodist church give me your band and I will bid you welcome ff yon want to join the Baptist church here is Bro Lewis who will be glad to welcome yon Then the good Baptist opened their homes aad entertained Methodist and Baptist as one and vice versa so all together it was a good all round meeting and all will voice me when I say much good is the I un Always insist on getting Foleys Hon- Â¬ ey and Tar as it is postively absolutely and unqualifiedly the best cough medi- Â¬ cine Accept no substitute A R Fish Â¬ K A Witt Hardina er Cloverport G W Baaham formerly of this coun- Â¬ ty is visiting his old borne and friends f MY in this section lnrg He now lives at Alton Kansas where ho moved four yoara ago He brings a glowing account of the pros-Â¬ perity of his adopted state Both wheat and corn crops are excellent and fine bogs are plentiful However he adds that though he considers Kansas one of best states in the Union he still loves his native state the beet AMBITION IS NOT TO BE OUTDONE MY DRtTG STORE IS VERY COMPLETE IN ALL LINES OF Pure Drugs Chemicals Toilet Articles Etc rTRY TO STUDY THE INTEREST OF MY PATBONS With a carefully selected stock ef Only the Best and a graduate In phar Â¬ macy you seeresalte from every dose of medicine Have your Pree eriptloBS eemBOBBded here and Bee the virtue of Pure Drugs YOU 8HABE THE PROFITS IN BUYING GOODS FROM MR When In Inrbagtea make my store your headquarters have your friends to meet you here GIVE ME A CALL WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT Very Truly Yours 3f Inek Bon ton done West Mr Everett Cockrell formerly of To hinsport Ind liui recently bought a farm near Joueaboro Ark His wife 1 wives this week to join him there She will be accimjianieil by Obie Harris of TobinBport who will bo employed by Mr Oookrtll Found result her sgpin and Scoteli Cloverport K A drug stores a mar Â¬ velous cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weak Â¬ ness It is Foleys Kidney Cure Witts Hardinsburg AtAlt Fisher Plaids ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS Mr Wimp with baby Catherine and Will had a short trip over to Branden- Â¬ burg Saturday to see the mother and Presbyterian cliuroli Monday night other dear ones of the old home We are pleased to hear that Mrs Keys The o ief feature of the evening was tbe talk by Profifsor Msple whloh was and that preoious bundle of sweetness helpful to all anil munh appreciated by tbe biy are doing so aieely Our best wishes are extended to the happy parÂ¬ the members of the Union The Interest Continues Tha members of thn W 0 T U held their regular weekly meeting at tbe many ents At 25c flitltrMA Fii iii Haiti lie Fair Tom Cain ran in a while Friday and to the wife of Mort Mosley at Btinuay ue reports lumseit well pleas Â¬ Pellville on the Sad a nine pound boy ed with bis Bohool and surroundings Mother and ehild are doing well Moee Glad for you Ton for we are Interested mm this hh seventh sob and tbey 1b yoa ever there We resret to hear that Bra Lewis has are al f r Taylor for Governor been indisposed but are hoping he will soon be wall and able to reeune the many datleu before him whloh duties he so eheerfally performs I Dr and Mrs wuoer who have beea For Infiuti aad Children guests at Oakjaad have returned to Louisville Tbey eertalnty Tin KM Ysm Have Always Bwg li visit with Mrs Tyler who had a lovely Is an untax ing hostess wftea entertaining her All For Taylor Bjrn ly CASTOR A Bears the Signature friends Mr and Mm Will Gardner are ex paoted bosse tbl p m Tbey have had Mrs Spurrier of Owenshoro who has spent several days with Mrs Martin has returned home Mrs Martin will leave for LoulsyiUe in a few days to join her husband who has a position with Bchoctlin Bro Druggists They Mr and Mrs Martin are the proud parents of a fine boy whom they callJT Con gratulations and best wishes Little Adelaide Hern a bright girl who made many friends by her sweet winsome way has returned to her home in Louisville She had a very delightful time as she was the guest of Little Lily Tyler who is also a favorite with many We hope to see Adelaide again next summer For the past fortnight our eommanlty has had auoh a bevy of youth and beaatv from a distance that our boys have near Â¬ ly been run erazv vlelng with eaeh other wiucu would be tne bok gallant now alasl they have takes wings aad flows and the boys are beginning to settle down to their asual routine of sebool life for another terra Thats right boys try now to soaresooeeea and when an Â¬ other vacation rolls around yoa will be able to take up your hurela again Sebool opened aaspteioualy Monday with ab enrollment of 70 There were a number of pupils from a distance with others to fall Into line later This U well aad speaks well for eur sehoelasa fixture and eeriainty If yoaj weak wears for your boys and girk the very best lastroeUoH la all bnwehes and want to put tbeiu la loeallty from tbe eeotamiaatiBg vloetleddlJ to aaloowi tbea sendtheoi to Prof and Mrs Orabbe at Irriogton We are proud of our tews Â¬ Bismarki Irea Verve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities aad the sueees8 tbey bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain aad body Only 36o at Short Haynes drug store A Bright Little Old Fmm away Miss Eula Beavin who has beep ill but a short while died SusUsay ef a plleatlonof diseases She was aa ex Â¬ ceedingly bright little girl aad was ealy five years old Her reafalB were tikea to Hardinsburg Monday aad iatemeat took plaee at tbe it Hosaualds OatbeUe eemetry R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS DRUGGIST xraTTxaoraOafcT w The Cumberland TcleDhonftTcleffraDh CodJ pany announces the following night ratjjJ to aji toil station in tneir territory These rate go into effect August 1 Where tbe Day Sate I M VXRMIFUGI te aad will reme ve eveywerm It is also a teale aad by lie Brreagtheulsg properties will restore te pale eheeks the rosy has ef beejth A K Jlsbsr Prise 96 ORKAM WIIITKi perfectly harmless Js M Petateee aad Cera The late potato crop will he aa eatlre tatluks ha ToWaeport bHom tWeyear bat tbe eora two te tbe beet ever known i I H M II II M Q seats the Might Rate will be M H M UO eeats i M JO H MM t H H J M H H M 40 ifl M M II I it II 4 4A H el 4 J II I if H H U N H H M H MA H M H a H H 4 u in All J1 MMaaMaaS s MiaM will laa ioa a csh n 3 S iNday rrtej jBr Bvtl Mfti jhoWW r - r BANK -OF fiAEDINSEUEa jj1T UKAftD President WILL MILLf It VlM PcwnldanU M II BKAltlJ OmI Inr MOttRM EBKlilDGK n M JOLLY PAID ON r KINDERGARTEN Â¬ n w nwtmi I DinEOTOHS r i h V The Kindergarten cultivates the religious nature of the ohild this religions nature has nothing to do with sect The oH JJ H dHSjgLLaifiL fVEHC Mota umL Mavnarnti3l Sll vf oljot la to awaken the spiritual nature to Germany having been originated by a development of the powers of love and TaaaaaaaaaaaaaalalaHaall BiaBI BaLalrfl LWf l jjt oue Friediich Froebel who was him Â¬ reverence He is led to see the beauti PpV PPXjPjH PBflr PPK PjLbbmNI PHPjbf JuDHhBarJjVpSSpH3pSPpY self a German horn In 1782 and died ful care and providence baok of nature aud his faith is laid in the unseen Creaonly a few years baok in 1352 His father was a rainlstr and his mother tor manifested in creation tills is his died before he was a year old Ilia first step in religion McQUADY father remained a widower only a short Many regard play as a necessity of while and then the step mother was childhood more from the standpoint of kind to little Friedrioh Until the coming its being a relief to the mother nurse or of her own son after which time ho was whoever has charge of the child than habits which are to become a part of in wise a sourco of Crown Bridge Work greatly neglected and often harshly and that ittoisandany intellectual foodadvance- Â¬ itself So much a part of itself unjustly treated So much so indeed ment an for the that the father kept him the greater part child Most plays are developed from that we older people forget they of the time in his study consequently the desire to exert some forco and meas- are habits and think of them ho automaN A SPECIALTY his childhood was a sad and lonesome ures that force against anothers to tic actions and that they uio growth of one and because of this he determined show the child what his possibilities are habits at uu Bucli acliuus us walking when hq grew up to deyote his time and to encourage the exercise of his talking Hud running what are they OFFICE OVER and attention to tho study of child na- powers It is not infrequent that the but hablth Did you ever consider Bul ture plays to all outward appearances are lishness tiuptttienct UibUfilerluieoB un Heston Willis Gos New Store He spent years watching mothers with merely imitations nothing more but tidiutbs wure uolhib out imbiuV Valuable as the Kindergarten is lu the their children when he himself was un- often the imitation is gone through only OLOVERPORT KY child it is no less so to the wouiou who observed and then from what he had na a means to the end which is unwas Froebel who said lenrncd of the giowth aud development derstanding Therefore tho imitation study It It The destiny uf the nation lies in tlio of the child both mentally and physic is not to be despised since by it and END ONE DOLLAR iNu vtoui4U who III 1UINiY LKTTKHlvU a all he fstablishid his school which he through it many things are made clear hands of the women u and we will send I has read Froebel can Jool that hei sphere by freight rBFlUMT called a child gurtbii or Kindergarten to the mind of the child which might O OH subject to and its teachings were the basis of all never be understood in any other way is small or licr opportunities restricted uiiiimhm m mnation Barilla Hra Wat Kinder education This then being so who is ready to say Fur Uio sako ot development tj0 uaranteelng safe garten training could be uddeu to every m nnuIAl Opal and if Its aim was for the complete and per that play is not food for the intellect rww rreiiyaiiratsry womaus education and it is nut loo 111 rTPirwaiM fect development of the child with an But while the Kindergarten advocate hue to begin V u tae Mat ilio uioiiiore up to una mAot r 9000 te imtependbnt individuality fitted for Ufa plays and thinks it a necessity for the la frahtbt time havo dune wiiat tnoy could as rtncctal xii ITt 3UBB fcMKli in society capable of happiness and effi growth and development of the intellimothers will ulwaya du fut Froebel t 00 ent cient or usefulness on the basis of mor gence and character of the child atten- built his liupo lor mo regeneration ui cupuijar f h IHUUta HdlteStfHBKE ality and reaaon Giving him happy tion should be called to the need f in a lol lalalaa u itaflfc the humau race on llio ideal lamily for SPEAK AT occupation of body mind and soul certain measures not leaving the child Th entirely free to his own interpretations this Ideal lamily twu parents are needed teaching him that which will bind him til nt We must have the co operutiou of the to Iiih Mlowmau nation and God It I mean by this that he should b given Th MdealBste rTrtlerrpHttiCBetkrrlllrsBadliFt strong sense impressions of the right parents Tins mothers training is in no 8EARS R0EBUCK CO CHICAGO aims to make him self governing and at enau Wise lutetJeicd with by Uio iviudorgar the came time to teach him responsibili- from the wrong in order that ho umy lei ttioy aco co labuieis EW iiio uuo en profit by his own means of utlordiu Hrswb in Koar of Moorman Owens ty to wards and dependence upon the lories iua ulnar if they uro tUe rigut ore himself amusement community of which he is a part fitting impo sort ua Uuili bides htm for a law ubidim citizan of a repubAnother impoitant thing to be conMrE Kiiidejgtrteu Uttiuing insists uu un lic And because tins is the foundation sidered in the Kindergarten training of He ueidsbueot patience ordur anduediueoc of ull int r education the earliest age is a child is the habits it helps him to in an A child cannot help but acquire these the inott important one for education form Habits are due to the plasticity under a well trained teacher Can every fortb because the beginning determines the of the organic matter of whicn the body He mother say as much ot the training she manlier of progress and the end and is composed and all know how much giyes her children Does she study how T L MOORMAN too because the first impressions which a more plastic the tissue of the child is to cultivate patience in her little ones or young child removes are stronger and than that of the adult For this reason does she allow them to be im patient and more lasting than those in later life in childhood habits aro formed more jar in her love for her child mistake it for since- that power of resistance is their easily than at any other time and those aU ntee8 satisfaction in all kinda Does she teach her child nervuujutss wanting which its later consciousness formed in early childhood are the most IMital work in every way to consider the rights of brings and one wiser than Froebel lasting thus the importance of forming tb others or because he or she is the baby CLOVERPOftT KY said Train up a child in the way he good ones Habits whether good or make all the rights of others give way to should go and when he is old he will eyil go to make up the character for him and in thh way store up all the r t depends on character says Aristelte not depart from it more hardships for him when he attains On account of the immaturity of the three things tirst nature second habit the school age and enters school only to G But said he childs mind in its first effort to grasp and third instruction many others to contend with who Habit must precede Instruction it find knowledge hi3 education must take the haye had the same kind of indulgence 1 form of simplicity which Is his natural becomes the good soil for the seed of In the kindergarten all have equal rights thef- Nature is certainly a great expression at this age that is play truth SPEAK AT and ate taught to bear and forbear and factor in the formation of a mans char- Â¬ irii Therefore while the true Kindergartenare thus enabled to in Clover- - ers work miiBt appear as play it their places in n mat must be acter but beyond this lies his dependence the world with many less trials based on the science of teaching and its upon habiuj Practically the effects of I feel that all this is a very feeble way art veiled in simplicity and Schiller has habits are first that they simplify our of expressing all I should liko to tell you cdSlay said the ttst of any truo art is that it movements make them accurate and ut the work that is within our reach Now right here is diminish fatigue and Becond it diminappears as play o Mothers study the kindergarten where so many misjudge Kindergarten ishes the conscious attention with erate with the kindergartner and the toij work They see the children at play which our acts aro performed next generation will begin the history of doiJasper May Co In the Kindergarten no attempt is the world anew and without more thought say Well JjJ OANNflJTTON TND whats the use of Bending children to made to teach the child to read or Nellie G Henderson school to learn to play They do play write or even its letters because the Graduate Louisville Free Kindergarten but the plays ara so planned by the mind of a child between the ages of Training School teacher as to lead to logical thought on thiee and six the Kindergarten age is too delicate to bear the mental strain Women Should Know It the part of the child In tho Kindergarten the children are needful to learn this but during this Many women Buffer untold agony and Your Expenses Paid While You led to observe plants and how they timo such habits may be formed which misery because the nature of their dis grow the number of the petals and tho rtquiru no mental strain that prepare ease is not correctly understood They Are Sick colors of Qowerp the shape and arrange- the mind and the child for the succeedhave been lead to believe that womb ment of the leaves on the stem the pro- Â¬ ing age the school age If the child is trouble or female weakness of Borne sort Do you want to draw a Bum sufficient Cg0 tection distribution and uses of differ- given the proper care and attention dur- is responsible for the many ills that be-Â¬ coyer all costs when you meet with an ent seeds and fruits the homes and hab- ing this period preceeding the school sets womankind cddent its of animate the sources and uses of age he will be all the better fitted to Neuralgia nervousness headache K you are prudent and wise you cer- - sand clay stones metals and SEfllP minerals make rapid progress when he enters puffy or dark circles under the eyes ntnlv An Ctillbl ad aulaadMiduuwlth tltM aastlleadaLIAlt the moon sun stars and clouds the ef- Â¬ school In other words the vigorous rheumatism a dragging pain or dull ache LAST FOREVER tJntta immifKI ALXH ULKkM P1ULUU OltUlIf aTfrabralC O Now dont waste a moment but inquire freight tli pot it at your iuiatlau YoueanoiamlDe representednearest to fects of rain frost wind etc And as complete development and cultivation in the back weakness or bearing down mBKANTED FREIGHT PAID equal orxani thai tndlf Tounmllt exactly ua the line of Stokneaa and At oldent soon as he clearly observes any of retail at STS00 to 10000 the Kreateat value jroucrt r law and these of each succeeding stage depend on the sensation profuse or scanty supply of COMBINATION BEAM AND BEAM BOX far better than oivana advertised tiy other at oioremone y pa nsuranco handled by 3179 thefrelnht00 atrout our apeelnl DO doja offer price CHEAPEST AND BEST facts they are expressed and tested in vigorous complete and characteristic de- Â¬ urine with strong odor frequent desire leas the II or IUIt aud f relsht chareea Leu play In this way instead of idle play velopment of each and all preceeding to pass it with scalding or burning sen Â¬ JONES OF BINGHAMTON S3I75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE art killthanLe atariBINQHAMTON H V he is taught instructive lessons which stages of life The characteristic devel- Â¬ sation sediment in It after standing in 4 iratfera Huch an oner waa never made berore tDlluuUiSDSlTirrr8T THE ACME QUEEN Uoneot the are the basis of science lho childs at- opment of the age between three and bottle or common glass for twenty four TUSkU laitramat rwrmail From the Illustration shown which unHHj9KaajHPAV vVrlte or call on him at the Poetofflco Is enrravad direct from a photoirrapliyou can form some Idea of u IM ChlekaaUra Kullia Dlaani Bra4 Is drawn to the simple beauty in six is to be found embodied in the hours are eigna of kidney and bladder tention Deantiiut appearance Ajoue from aonu quarter euueu N oak antique flnlo handsomely dec rated aud6 ornamented OLOVERPORT KYrENNYROYAL nature and he records his impressions Kindergarten training and will cement trouble laletlHlJutjli TUB it JUKI 10 feet Inches hluh cr- u Inches lonif Inches wide and welvhs JW pounds Coo umij ucaaiia with colored crayons charcoal clay and the ioundation o the school t age uaou ut UW alwT talus 5 outaves II stops as follows Ulapawa rrUeleat VvaVN urlfiaal The above symptoms are often attri- Â¬ DU i Drafilit lr auUtltfi tnftuk iraataaa p wuim iaiir irceie Many tender and devoted mothers buted by the patient herself or by her thing thats good in colored paper Tnls strengthens any ar- Â¬ mtmJlnnJ la Itod ud OoU UUIlfe rart aae Tax Caulr uu il Octate iMpln r ibaiaa MJM wltft ai nDoa 1 ave Tiae lTnelioil lOraadOrtaa well 4 Hale OrtblUal Hladla BBBflWinWn9rw74jeWaK77 rfBTAavnninasBBBn tistic talent be may have and cultivates haye been heard to say Well my physician to female weakness or womb qaalllj ludi 81 r1 rare bwet JIMaUri flp 71 fl m1 imitation At DrBflllrM4fe Ha I 61 rtl lliwa1ilrllrlinalCalKlelUda SI f fVafAHKliinVwSi E ACCIDENT the aesthetic All his movements are child is too young yet to begin to learn trouble Hence bo many fall to obtain la Lap tot MttUUrl lUaoUl aat IIUIrlislllawkMlliDUpaMKMdi BI f ft Fltulaa pw 17 riair Kftllarrar IJaie m Moll 10000 Ttittmaalilf tt4aPjrt fl NhMtloua rrlailpl ILJh 1 II li ACME QUEEN ac i accompanied by musics he expresses his anything and besides I do not think relief because they are treating not the tlon consist of the celebrated Kwll KMdswhIoh are only lkMiAnaM1lUahMA4llaaaSaMBrah used lit the ulirhet ffrade Instrumenu fitted with Haas-E INSURANCE Maj Looal DniffliM IlllLMDA feelings in simple ohildlike songs Ho anyone can take the place of a mother in disease itself but a reflection of the pri Â¬ f site uad laltraaad Tax llaaiaa also beat jaatoers etc iciiqws oi tne oestruouereioui o pir early training of a child is in this way initiated into the beauties the Stop just mary cause which Is kidney trouble bellows stoik and finest leather In valvea 1IIK At Ml UUEEN Is furnUhed wlHialoill hetelod jt Furnished by PARKER of music He is given myths fairy there and think of such a thing as a Hater rem u mirror nunui piatea peuai prames as well as men are In HAIR BALSAM and every moilemltuitroveiueiit rarilltfrea haad H GASPERKE stories legends and short poems and child balng too young to be taught made faot women kidney nd bladpiauuM vA UautlfW th hair ergaa ImI sad be tlercea tatnitlea betfl published miserable with moauxmm lasurlantnowth un begins his study of literature He Infancy Is the very time when motfi der trouble and both need the same OnHTTiry anu inaurnow Ytiraytotoi Ony dlllARANTEEn 2S YEARS Qirntli every tvaa IntraWigBMeeeli-iTlBtlBlffTeMntaT-Wthus MTr fiuui we t r guarantee by the lsue a written blndlwf t CiiMaKtlp dlwaHt hair UUin II3URG KBNTUOKY unconsciously adds subtracts multiplies must be taught the ohild than at any remedy terms and conditions of nbleb If any rt gives out ic1aBdtlalDruMluV we reiir i tree oicaarse iry is one montn ana aud divides with his blocks and con other the very time when it must form we will refund your money If you are not perfectly Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is the great tinned Mo of these organs will be sold at II H MLmWWmWKmWaLmmWSL9mWLmLmLWLM 110 NT IiEIAY 4111IIEU AT ONCE llbrTBIMaU as discovery of the eminent kidney and xou iiMl V7ii ilW TTrmrTrrWLfmWWtWWWmrn OUR RELIABILITY 18 ESTABLISHED bladder specialist and is easy to get at t t JrE nut iiealt with u uk yuur nvtKbbor about ub write ilffwinfafPP thi imbllghr of thli tMneror Mntronolliain Nntinnt any drag store for fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ KAixk or Oorn Kiohaaj Bank Hew Tork or any railroad or ejpreas orapeiny in CblMKi lar entire one of the lanraat buatBeea blnrkeia Cbteaao andaniDli rllXQA Â¬ INTEREST time Deposits ID Mm Thewonl Kimleraarten Is simple yet aheolatnly new It is derived from the German and means ehlldgnlen a place where the child Is oulHvated It Is the mult of life long study and exper ience 6f a profound child observer a man rich in wisdom and insight As the name is derived from the Ger man so also does it traoe its blrthplaoe Â¬ structs wholes made up et halves thirds and fourths here lies his start In mathe- Â¬ matics He marches as a soldier runs or gallops as a horse files as a bird or butterfly and so obtains physical culture J r Â¬ B8-8B-BSB- mmimLim The Empire Disq Drill Beit Dieq Drill made Thin in a superb machine and will give perfect naUefaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never clog up with corn stalks weeds and grans or foul trash of any kind It does not make any difTerenoe how hard the ground is or how thloh the trash it will do excellent and suooeeeful work Theres just one right way to bow seed iust one way thats accurate reliabJS and profitable all at the same time and thats the EMPIRE DRIU wav There are reasons enough to fill a book so weve filled one and will qe pleased to send it free to those who are Builioiently in terested to aBk for it Addrecs Â¬ DENTIST and J PATE KENTUCKY 38 r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOEBEL JTTD WILL i Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ BLACKBURN Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ TTvW Dentist ss HARDINSBURG KY SATURDAY SEPT 9 ALL Â¬ Â¬ SS ARE INVITED - V H Hunsche- Senator Goebel and Hon W T Ellis WILL TAILOR be neaon the 2d and 4th of every month I Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ co-o-p OLOVERPORT FRIDAY NIGHT KY SEPT 8 uu YGU WANT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DONT FORGET THESE DATES SCALES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERFECT us QME DOLLAR manon weatherholt - Â¬ I PILLS sjSnMSsS KRB -- iit 111 1 1 Mow 1 1 i U IIoIhTO gjE Â¬ ONS MARK I y m iavfvvmi m IHHKKiOFll fFlSH V7 lHiliiw2lkliBH BHBBBTBBBBBLsSeBBBrlT - h aSTjYBBrJanBYBBYBBYBBYBBYni li ii m w To prove Its wonderful merits you may haye a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by mail Kindly nnention the Brbcken bidok News and Bend your address to Dr Kilmer Co blngbamton N Y FOR RENT 600ACREFARM In one of the beet and moat arousleailnstrurnentcataloBTie fts4f alt OwircTjrthl in i 8EAR8 ROEBUCK vv CO Inc nen you write mention tnts paper Write iwranna at lowest wholesale prlee AC are for free special organ piano Addreas laerMfkl nIUltiiur tsesftaU Fulton DeipUlnssamJ ILLoltuikSla ailoo anuia WtisanSta GHIOAOO ILL iXATIVE yTUP SIRES k ptety forests ot Norway JUagtattetrM We bring to veu the new m4 true frees the KingoattbefelM King oat the oU Kagltttatacv DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey CURE FOR 5TIPATI0N ITrUL LIQUID LAXATIAt town Natures most natural remedy Iwprevei by eclence to a PesanPtfrawuWk FurfUr Cure for coughs colds and Jf htflaiM tmtum 99 J win i of UnUw principle blt- UCf PC hi ttvt Mjar i 4- 1- WflaaaaVaWMattt of tf It mwHKryrf Ut SALIC BY of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The core wMtry cough worn Lunge anexbi mtedi tiwmkrobVbeirbiginuciwIeakotiti the cause of that tickling hi removed and fee beamed mcrabraiKcan healed and soothed ee that than la no Incitaatfen to cough OLD Y AM 000 0RU4MtSTS Omy Wewe ffM m4 ff Malawi LlOV RPOl a HAYNES Iallaj4atofcawd lift M A fc ifttft PkaWiyyiw w HE SUHE YpM ACT fM a There haye been poultry books print Â¬ ed eosting fifteen dollars and wore but there never has been one at any prlee with more beautiful colored reproduc Â¬ tions of poultry than those found in Biggie Poultry Book an announcement of whieh appears in another column The paintings were made direst from best birds of the different breeds aud the coloring and ebarsoteriaUe shape of each as jot we next breeu are peneot there never was a book printed contain ing mote praotioal level headed infor mation Its ohapUrs include Eggs for Hatching Hatching the EfW Oare The Farmers Flock of Incubator chapters on The Village Hennery Breeds on Fattening and Market Â¬ ing and iisease and Remedies with the old and new methods of treatment One man wrote the publishers that The mattoee alone at each chapter heading were worth the oot ef the book Twenty Thflnsnnri ooniea of this ialmlri ble work nave been printed lee ad vtrtkement of the Biggie Books U ible Wee4 kpue of the BnavKNMauMui Nnw J- She to in 60 oanla tree by mail Co Philadelphia Â¬ Â¬ fertile farming sections of tht county 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 00 Acres In Orchard I50 Acres In Claw 20 Acres In Meadow First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 Rest in wheat oorn tobaooo My reasons fisr wanting to rent is on account of failurg of health A good show for the right man For further parÂ¬ ticulars write me Instructors Praotioal thorough and enthusiastic men and women No school in this section of the State oftVs superior inducements COUHSHpv AND TUITION Primary InterwediaVi 18 A J Holt MS Ky tm S e S rwr month V M Board 17b to g M pr mk For farther kkien oM mi ealalogne tiifm ROBUXarf A BarPrwgtv k1r1r4r1rAMr1r1lrVt MKKKKKHHHHK tW sMis-kSSSSltSSaMM tMlUBtaMli BlUSCKENRIDGB NEWS tt IUST p irXDNCSDAY 8XPT rmmmmmmmrimmmmrm 1M BATTLETOWN IfeM from last week Miss Denton attended Mrtriottt at rieMMit Hill Friday and was nicely en Â¬ tertained at the home of Mrs Robbie BptBMr Madatn Rumor says the wedding bells will soon peal forth The Bcheol at this pteee Is progressing nleely uatto the laekwUtm ef Mr J O The Man of The Hour A Magijifloent Henderson Route Liiiffilli Portrait Of 5timJ St M Vi fN C ThM ttar EJfeet Jme IS Mel 4 H H WE ARE Hl HM W Our entire stock MUST be closed out The sacrifice will be greater than ever Our stock is large and the goods must go regardless of loss M III -- THE Green Flag Bargain Store HARDINSBURG KY Hygl Tho great remedy for nervous organs of either sex such as Nervous Prostration Faluns or Lost Manhood Impotcncy Nlirhtly Emissions Youthful Errors Mental Worry ezcesslre uso of Tobacco or Onlum which load to Consumntlan nnd Tnsnmtv win 5 order wo Guarantee to euro or refund the monoy AFTFR IKIHR Sold at el 00 per box o boxes for f 500 Hit IWOTTS CIIKUHCAL CO ClorolajluVOlUo For sale by Short Iiaynoa DruKgigte Oloverport Ky kHLw HEALTH vnaxivaxuczasi prostration and all diseases of the generative anOBlity tvtttb PAYOPJ ALL WHO PAY FOR THE Y IHIE i - NEWS and play parties are all Tacker IL G Butler and wlft have moved to Gedrge Dally cot a ywy bad barn at the home c f Tom Frank sear MeDanlels They will be greatly missed his lime kiln Nathaniel Whit worth of Garfield was Ben Dally like Job of old la badly at the guest ol his oouein M Whit worth flloted ivlth eatbuaelee Saturday aad Sunday last Lee Greer wbo got hU leg broken two Misses Flora aad Floreae Butler spent months ago is able to go about some quite a pleaeaat day at the home of their Allen Asheraft A Manekpert Intl Sunday vaa here Thursday in the interest ot his aunt Mrs Amanda Tucker Rey Davis will hold quarterly meet mill ing at the M E ohureh the 38rd and 94 Missed Effie and Ebbie Uaynee spent of Sept Everybody come out and lets Wednesday night with Mies Mattie have a good time in general Bennett The home of Thomas B Hall and wife D O Thompson was unable to get of was made sad on learning of the death about a few days last week as a result of his little grandson and namesake oyer lifting Paul Thomas Whitworth which occurred Peyton Brown our popular Jockey Is the lllh of August at Waltman In Han employed as driver for Clarence Gray cock county Weop not dear parents during tho Fair at Gorydon Ind your loss 1b Heavens gain Jess Bennett Is considered the most Bondeld 111 yielding farmer In this Bection He has I am subject to cramps and colic and a good crop of corn potatoes pumpkins haye used many remedies but find Foand tomatoes all on the same ground lios Colic cure beats them all Oliver Greer and August Ghism have W L Yeasta created a strong opposition against each A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt buying apples in this section other in Hardinsburg Mr Ohlsm is securing the best of tho will crop although Mr Greer Bays he THE DINULEY TARIFF take all tho apples in an orchard even the crab apples Results of The Law From a RepubliIn a recent letter from my cousin can Point of View he Prof Archie Stites of Stephensport says I haye filed an application in the Results again prove the Republican U 8 Patent office for a bicycle brake consisting of a large spring adjustment party to be a master builder of economic Since March 1 tho tariff lav which serves as a brake going down hill measures bearing the namo of the late Mr Ding and as a propelling power in going up hill This will be a good device ior ley but which has tho marks of general Republican leadership has yielded re country wheelmen ceipts averaging 700000 a day which On the beautiful Sabbath morning of is considerably more than was estimated August 20 tb the Death Angel appeared The Wilson tariff law in a correspondin our midst and claimed for its victim ing period produced one fourth less Miss Blanche Blake aged 10 years 4 But it is not alone in revenue that the months and 15 days She lay racked Dingley law shows excellent results It with pain and scorched with fever for is in every way an important element in two weeks after which God in his mercy saw fit to givo her rest We ex industrial progress and the general prosperity of the country In the first place tend deep sympathy to the bereaved it applies the principle of protection-- jufamily and the many relatives diciously Our annual purchases of for eign woolens have fallen from 10102 It is considered a shame by honest 091 to 13821007 of manufactured fiband truth promoting citizens the way in ers from 82540867 to 25132405 manwhich a great many of our fellowmen ufactures of wood from 20543610 to do and say in icgard to politics In fact 14409487 manufactures of iron and it seema that there is a ieud or enmity steel from 10094557 to 12008280 of some kind between a great many of manufactures of leather from 13283151 our political opponents by which is to 11110551 and manufactures of tin kept up a constant disunion in religious plate from 230073083 pounds to 103484 and social affairs In various communi 82G pounds Purchases of fbreign wool ties we can find two or soveral neighwhich were 53243191 during the last bors all joining farms or living near year of the Wilson law were only 8 each other and one not dealing with 322897 in the last fiscal year the other because he does not belong to In noncompetitive crude materials the the same political party importation has largely increased In And instead of there being peace and comparison with the last year of tho happiness in that community it is the Wilson law the imports of raw silk have hisa of derision quarreling and some grown from 17583163 to 31870342 of times even mortal combat ensues ceitain raw libera from 12330418 to And all this chaos and vexation is 20290720 of crude India rubber from brought about just because one man is a 17558103 to 31870342 and of raw tin Democrat and the other a Republican from 0553352 to 11843357 Our ex- Â¬ Why cant all citizens just use the right ports of manufactures last year were by of suffrage to suit their sentiment and many millions the heaviest ever known say nothing about others for doing the Such are the definite proofs of the enor- Â¬ Bamo7 mous value to the country of the present Then politics would be no impediment Republic tariff law Yet it is assailed in to society We would go on in union the Democratic platforms of the year about our social affairs edifying truth and the evident purpose of that party is and morality to tear it down as soon as possible The The same is also found to be a great disasters in which the Wilson law in- Â¬ impediment in Christendom between volved the country seem to have been different denominations of the church forgotten by Democratic managers but In a great many communities there is tho people know the difference between too much prejudice envying tattling the present era and that of Democratic and in fact everything emanating from depression and panic a few years ago the eyil one We learn in the word of Globe Democrat God that He is not the author of con fusion therefore one denomination TiiWnT Muff liiMiw should not create confusion with anoth- Â¬ er as we very frequently see them do NERVOUS WEAK At the end of time all works shall be rewarded and it will be far better to DISEASED MEN have good society and a good reward than to spend this life in confusion and enmity with each other and gain nothing in the end THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT Apple the go pflrlsgB Â¬ Â¬ Admiral Dewey in Ten Colors Uiaa 14 by 21 inahet will be published by us shortly tests SAtT L ROUND K No 44 No- - i 235ST It is now StnttHflte WrtMftfUn g sol it I I being printed for us on bevy plaU paper in MM MtMltsjIy a form suitable for framing by one of the largest art lithograph houses PaMS in America in the famous Trenoh style of oolor plate work Every Powers ifcr Hoel pett Ii waMtMfl American family will want one of these handsome pictures of Admiral Lewtsfort Faleoii Dewey It muBt be remembered that this pioture will be in no sense a Petri IlawMvflle cheap ohromo but will be an example of the very highest style of illum far CanneUen ft Ted Chy fklllmsn inated printing It will be an ornament to any library or drawing Shops room Our roadors can haye tho Dowoy portrait at what it oofrts us Cloverpert Holt namoly fifteen cents for copy by meroly filling out tho coupon below Addison Stephensport and Bonding it to this office at onco Thoro will be such a domand for Sample Pierce Lodltrz tho portrait when it is published that wo adviso sending orders in adÂ¬ Webster Irviagtoa vance As many copies as may bo dosired can bo had on ono coupon Gaston provided fiftoon cents is sont for oach copy Writo name and address Bkron Brandenburg- 1am p Srsnch plainly and remit in coin or postage stamps Lk IlAven Â¬ 1 m sW t I t 9fi 910 4i 440 450 tit k 18 m W m Bfff 618 OS oto 104 113 p 610 a 648 M - sag 010 817 - M M fl jl 7 li tfl -- TO BREOKENRIDGE NEWS OLOVERPORT KY cents send me Por tho enclosed remittance of copies of the ADMIRAL DEWEY PORTRAIT in colors as described in todays - aw Dais Uj IX 143 ilowsrd 6p West Point llfflui 666 12aJpm 780 Kentuskv Street LouuvtUe Unlso Dep Ar 1236pm 7 43pm ini ix IV in 040 618 026 630 646 716 78Cttm Sj 4H g 45 WBST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street 41 No 43 No paper Name Date 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Baskets 12 45 1010 Henderson 1040pm 115 Evansvllle A 71Bpm St Louis Lewlsport Waitmtn 1119 1124 1139 11 68pm W 1215am 1 1220 1232 1239 1265 125 720am Â¬ Â¬ Vv Vv - ji l 08c 10 10c 05o- - Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Buflet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Bvansvllle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back sest Pass eager Coaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville Evansyille and St Louis without change v A T - 10c 07o 10c 10c Nos 4s and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Bvansville with- Â¬ out change EDGAR HILL Â¬ Traffic Manager Louisville Ky r A We have many other things in the grocery lino you need and see us first Call L H St L Rv Fordsvllle Branch 18 1800 TIME TABLE He 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE WestBound Trains WW Up-to-d- Bast Bound Train No2t tNo Ar 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 AM WOCBRY - CO No3tNo5t AM STATIONS Lv HARDINSBURG- KY 10 60 II 13 11 21 11 38 11 38 6 45 7 08 tM 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Hiram Drlskell and family were the guests of Wm Drlskell last Saturday avAvyvVV iSA1 VWMiVVVVi W W HITS Saperinteaaent Preeldeit 0 V Wiujamb T P A Qweneboro Ky -s imimM NEARLY FIVE YEARS This offer is by special arrangement with tlie Farm Journal and is for A SHORT TIME ONLY Robbing family Mr Emery Tueker whose present home is in Illinois is here yUUing friends and relatives Miss Lena JJ Denton one of Garfields fairest was the guest of JUisses Lula and Lisala Hall last week A series of neeiiage at this plaoe have Just oioeed with great iweeeee conducted by Revs Wagner and Dvta Mr Warren Gallewav of MaKlnner Tex has retra4 home after a WHkt visit to Irlentw and relatives here The remain of Dial- - Hivm inter-red In the family burying srtwai Mon day Angwrt 31st Qalte nunbajr of kls friend were-- present to mourn kki loss We extend nyjajwiuj to Uw be- Â¬ and Sunday Health of this vieinlty is good except Â¬ ing two cases f typhoid fever la the V G BABBAGE ATTORN MY AT LAW Suortliftnd Penrntuiehlp Ete tssttgbt cwn pay 1 250000 We treat and CURED HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Full eouMee t85 auk or you 100 OR 200 PER MONTI Books aaa bleaks sac The aemesaal oj Che LaAOWG haoi H she aatkor -- Kennedys Kergan 1 rKs 22 W Fourth CINCINNATI O tf PEEPABED TO 3PBAOTIOE OASES IN BANKEUPICT AND ASSIGNMENTS sysMm oi 0 WBKB It asea la thousands ol atthllo aad a- wog toe public schools of New rge etMes The ixsoom nsMsa af lauabL btadaou aa mm staaa ou catipvMtsMtu h your sraa Tina be It rvt as He mH4 asstM te ssjsertssji Srsciatv ts to mom who saao roa CABuxKras at oswa -- SCHWARTZ SCHOOL Ml y Wart JeMeM tamyjB Hjssm ft UNtovHto Ky K m in W A WJLUUW WALKER Qrowf Bridg ih- BOARD iwxd Plato 1 WiW VsyW T1Uhm PERFECT faxP- - ouALEa utar roacvin A4drtM OBTTXCOll DENTISTS Lakjutd L1M Hail and JONM OF BlMfjHAMTON i3KDiasrsBrr3a SrWrMJeysjWTs1WMM AXMzSj tf f r x jcsijsrrcrojCTr Work i 3 - kLLftovriuQ iNOHAMTON N Y-- ff53fa4T ilk f iltjlA iK w Ti sTO Mr and Mrs L D Addlem of Addl son and Mrs MaUie KoWmob of Oiilea go III were visitors to the eity Mon Â¬ day Mrs James Bfdwn and daughter Jessie of Louisville are In the oity They are stopping With Mrs J R Deliaveaon the hill Mr Logan Pate of Hardinsburg was in town Friday He has almost given out the Idea of moving to Henderson county Mrs Dixie Keith and children after a pleasant stay with Mr and Mrs J B Keith returned Sunday to her home at Owensboro Oo W Mrs John Lyddan and daughter Mrs Frank Ferry was a passenger on Ninnle of this county haye gone to Mondays east bound rain for Stephens Louisville Miss Nannie will enter port school there Ce Whitehead is buying apples at Mrs Thop Henderson and Mlas Ida Tjbmapurt paylug 100 for the lill o fa House who have been atthe Tar Springs barrel the past week have returned to LowIb Miss Blli Bruce Boyd of this city at Â¬ port their home tended a dance at Hawsville Monday Mr George Durelle Fairlejgh of Louis night vlllois visiting his aunt Mrs J D Bab- Â¬ manager of the bage From hero ho will go to Owens W K Boardraan Cumberland Telephone Co was in town boro for a short stay Monday Breckenridge Mr J 0 Cunnlnghsm Mr and Mrs Price Graham who have County Clerk and little son Owen Jr hpnn visiting at Ekron roturricd home and Mr Morris Eskrldge of Hardinsburg Sunday spent Monday in this city buy your If you want to bo Mrs Nannio Bates of Hawesville and ribbons and veils from Miss Judith Mill- Â¬ Mrs Eliza Holmes of Evansvllle were They wero visiting in town Sunday er Lyddan and wifn from Web- Â¬ their sister Mrs W P Beavin Mr M ster aio attending the Elizabethtown On account of the Goebol speaking at Fair Hardinsburg Septembor Othtlckota from Mr H V Duncan has commenced Cloverport to Hardinsburg and return 1 HO Good returning same day the erection cf his now dwelling on Wall street Mrs Laura Sebastian and daughter M fa Marion Babbage altera prolonged Miss Odille who have spent the past stay at Hardinsburg and Iryington came week with Mrs A R Fisher returhed to their home in New OrleanB yesterday home Sunday Young of Morganfleld visit-Â¬ Mrs T B Thos and Edwin Hodge who have ed her daughter Mrs OharleB B Skill been visiting relatives at Branderburg man last week were passengers on Mondays West Mrs James Sawver and Master James bound train for their home at Honder- Jabtne 01 uwensDoro aro viBiung mra BOn R L Newsom Misa Mary Smith one of Hardinsburgs Mr Leon McGavock has bought the fairest daughters has reached the city Hammon property recontly occupied She is visiting Miss Flora act Cottrell at the home of Mr and Mrs George W by Jim Harris Short D R Murray went to Brandenburg Walter May who baa been spending Monday to speak upon the political the summer with his parents Mr and of to day topics May Sr left Monday for John G Kramed representing the Mrs Charles Louisville whero he holds a lucrative Henderson Brewing company was in position town last week Miss Nellio Burks of Addison Ky re-Â¬ Miss Lula Owen has returned from stay with Miss Luta Moor- Â¬ turned from Dawson Springs Monday a two weeks She with Miss Sadie Brown waa chap- Â¬ man at Glendeane eroned by Mrs Wm Sterett of Bloom Mrs A LReid ofOwensboro was a field Ky passenger on yesterday mornings train Misses Mayme and Leonla Seifiert of enroute to Louisville Evanayille Ind who have been the Chris Pefrigo went to Hardinsbnrg cuests of Miraes Eva and Eliza May for Monday to work on the new Catholic the past Ttek returned home Sunday church at that place morning accompanied as fur as Owens- Â¬ Miss Helen Polk of Tobinsport came boro by Ohas May Jr to town Tuesday She made a pleasant The pain of a burn or scald is almost call at the News office instantly relieved by applying Chambe- Â¬ Mrs Wm McCracken left thijgojn- - rlains Pain Balm It also heals the in- Â¬ ing to visit her mother Mrs Carroll who jured parts more quickly than any other treatment and without the burn is very lives near Stepbensport for severe does not leave a Bear For sale by Miss Ella Popham left Tuesday Cloverport R A Shell Bethlehem Hardin County She will A R Fisher mau Stepbensport attend school at that place Mr Marian LaHelst of Henderson Mrs John B Rentrow Dead was in town Friday looking after the U Mrs John B Renfrow nee Miss Lula 8 government business Nicholas died at her home at Narrows Mrs Annie Polk an old lady who last Thursday after an ijlnese of a short lives in Tobinsport Ind has been quite duration She was 32 years of age Mrs ill but is now improving Renfrow was an exceptional young lady Col Cas Whitehead of Louisvlllewas boing poasisaed ol those traits of charac- Â¬ in town Saturday He was investigating ter that go to make an estimable young woman Hor remains were laid to rest the extent of the apple crop Your attention is called to the in the beautiful cemeteryat Sulphur Sons Springs last Friday advertisement of Wm Vest which appears in this issne On the News Staff Mr and Mrs Will Hook of Hardine Mlas Margaret Bowmer has associated Tar burtr after a woeks sojourn at the herself with Nswa staff Miss Bow- Â¬ Springe have returned honro mer comes from one of Oloverports Mr and Mrs J P Haawell of Har Â¬ pos Â¬ She most prominent families dinsburg spent 8unday in town with sessed of extraordinary talent is bright their son Mr Frank Haawell highly cultured and we predict for her Miss Fanny Smith and Miss Grace a successful career In journalism Ferry left Tuesday for Nicnolasville Ky where they will attend school t 8TlPHEN8P0RT Rev W A Lusx and wife of Osceloa Fob Bile One League Ohalnlesa Ark arrived yesterday to visit her parÂ¬ Bicycle good condition 10 several ents Mr and Mrs J R Keith other wheel bargains must be sold Fox T 0 Lewis and Ezekial Rhodes of terrier pups imported blood 300 C Hardinsburg were in town last week en 0 Lewis Box 46 8tephensDort Ky route to Hawsville on business From Owensboro Clyde Morrison and Wilburn Gregory Misses Flora and Ylna Clark and Miss went to Tell City Monday on their Anna Harbin of Owensboro went home Bikes and returned Tuesday Monday niaht They had enjoyed a Washing Â¬ pleasant stay at Mr Wood Weather A T Wheeler of Taooma ton was in the eity last week visiting holts his aunt Mrs George N Gregory Cattle Sold Augustus Brown and Claud Mereer Jag Hendricks of this eounty sold to two Hardluabnrg attoreya were in Robertson Bros more than a thousand dollars worth of cattle yesterday town yesterday taking deposlUoiia of Schooners Point Mrs Benham spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of her brother Mayor Barry Messrs Jamie Weir andLeverettJFowl kes of Oweasboro spent Sunday here the guests of Miss Marlon Bowmer te to those living Pill in malarial dfctricts Tutt are indlpcnsibletheykacptfiQ syatqm In perfect order and are V an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa x tion and all bilious diseases Tutts I Tke Liver Pills For twoUs drinks yWtJull Mnpels MablMitiMot Mrs Ktia Kvaae after a most pleasant visit in Chicago Ills has returned home Thos Bythe the ItHftllHg liveryman of UardlaatMiix was in the eity Sunday Rev W B Itut ledge la aeaftUf fe Be v J W Lewis in a BaeetlBjrat Wahfttlttfe Mr Harry 8 Hills stater ahd her II tile son from Bliaabethtown are visiting him Dr H 8 WatklHS eame to the eity Fri Â¬ day from Oweasboro on a professional visit Pure liaw Bone and wheat Fertilizers for mle eheap at tho Ular Milk A L TWO BRUOKBNRIDaB COUNTY Carnival at Leulavltle From Oetouer 9th to Jttst Inclusive the eity ol Louisville will be in all her glory Under the auspieies of the Louisville Lodge No 8 Benevolent and Protective Order of Bike the Louisville Industrial Exposition Street Fair Midway Carni Â¬ val and Festival of Fire will take place It is a public spirited affair and Its object is to benefit Louisville with the rest of Kentaeky and to bring the State into closer relationship socially and commer- Â¬ cially The promoters will undoubtedly have the finest attractions that money ean secure The necessary lands need Â¬ ed to carry on this great undertaking have been patriotically furnished by the Elks The Transportation Committee has the assurance from the various railways and steamboat lines entering the city that the lowest rate possible will be given During the carnival special features will be provided dally The whole affair will be clean wholesome and education- Â¬ al President McKlnley and Hon Wil- Â¬ liam Jennings Bryan will honor the city Goy Bradley with their presence and staff have been extended an invitation Â¬ Partners Oet te Taste the Luscious PruJt It was predicted that there would not be a peaeh this year in the eounty but the devil of this offlee has been honored with one lonely peach oomlng from the trees on the farm of Mr R T Maltingly who lives on Bull Creek He gathered about one half of a peck Mr John Tindall It is said has a tree with almost one peck of the luscious fruit on It Bonier Oeta Praise Prom Everybody Thos Ryan and Fran it Rupert two of Tar Forks promlnr nt larmers were in Mr Rnpert is delight- Â¬ town yesterday ed over the condition of the roads and Road Supervisor Youll Applaud Our Efforts When you see the collection of Summer Dress Patterns that are being offered Nqws in Brief 5 SM444 4444 44444 44443 SoliOol opened Mmday The Ohio ia Betting low said to a News reporter I tell you that Charlie Bohler thoroughly under- Â¬ stands the road working business and I must say it Is a pleasure to come to town at such remarkably A Kerchief ties at Bumra Why not have electric HghU Mis 0 V Fletcher in quite sick Just a few kteetng huge leftat Batters Recreation 1b all off with the children Oloverport ia enjoying a steady boom New fall hats are on display at 8ul ssers Will Hove to Falls ot Rough Mr Edward Kissam and family will move this week to the Falls of Rough where they will be located in the fu- Â¬ ture Mr Kissam has been a resident of this townfor a number of years and Cloverport n grots to give up such a valuable citizen He is connected with the Cincinnati Cooperage company and is one of their most competent employes Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion pf the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is causedby an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion of tho mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ chian Tubo When thia tube gets in- Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlect neanng and wbon it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ less tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton aro caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cose of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 IsB Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the beat Ou3L BjTUtUrt of David Swoarns went to Tell Oity Mon Â¬ day 8 N Hail went to Louisville Tues WANTED I Cfflc 8VOBXA The Kind You low figures general reduction HinAlwir has taken place day Go to MiaaJudlth Millur for fill rallli 8 bread - 250000 HOOPS AND HOOP POLES Apply at West End iron bridge Will commence to receive Aug 25 tiory Save your U tickets Hul Take Advantage of it w zers Charley D Ryan is nursing a sprained wrist - Frah candles and cakes at Julius SippeYs B H Bates of McQuady was in town Monday Caleb Hawkins county was in the city v last week James Dean of Gloudcane was in town Chas MajfS r last weec Mayor Barry is erecting a new stab le on his lot Miss Judith Miller Iibsr complete line of felt hats Forrest Lightfoot went to Hardlns burg Sunday OuBcadene ice cream always on hand SULZERS Telephone 5 King 2 Staaaav MaB atSlppels There are nearly fitly local telephone boxes in town Bon Ami will do a window a minute Get it at Sulzers Bead Heston Willis Gos advertise ment in this issue Willis Green of Falls of Rough spent Sunday in the city Go to Jule 8ippola for hot rolls and bread every day Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock went to Skillman Sunday J B Rico merchant at Tar Fork was in town yesterday There is a goneral complaint that cis-Â¬ terns are going dry Foster T Hey ser went to Leitchfleld last week oh business The purest brain tonic on earth is grape nuts at Sulzers hos Galey and 0 D Ryan went to Owensboro Monday Dr T D Renfrew went to Hardins bnrg Monday oa business Mrs Marlon Ryan of Louisville is in the city visiting relatives If you want a barrel of watertelephono Oo at the wharf Gregory Sam Bishops new dwelling on Murray Avenue is almost completed Miss Gertie Barnes of Rome Ind is visiting relatives in the city Miss Jessie Reynolds of Fordaville is visiting Miss Mamie DeHayen Judge Wm Ahl of Hardinabnrg was In town Friday on legal business Charley Watt Babbage has accepted a position with Gregory Gibson Mr and Mrs Solomon Peckinpausb of Tobinsport are both quite slckx Rough Rider hats are just the thing to buy from Miss Jndith Miller Col Washington Holt of Holt was mingling with his friends Monday ChrlB Jones who has been quite sick at the Napper house is improving Jeeee Weatherhojt who operates a bar bar Bhop is quite eiok at his home J H Hunsohe with Casper May Oo CenneltonInd was in town Friday Mtw Rllla Turpin of Hanjinaburg is the guest of Mr and Mrs J J Dyer Miss Flera Smith after a pleasant visit to relatives here has returned home T Cloverports Mammoth New Store are occupying It is without doubt luu handsomest andmost spacious store room ever erected In this part of western Kentucky The proprietors are wide awake and are awakened to the fact that facilitka are necessary in order to keep in touch with the times Ihey are to be congratulated on build- Â¬ ing such a mammoth store and Clover port most aanurodly is proud of the move they have tnkm Heston Willis Co ViaffHBraVaHg N E WOOD A M M D aaWm President III their new emporium A Big Drive Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Cfcicage Medical 017 Lasjalle Avenue Ohtoajto aai Surgical hstitvte -- f Eatabllthed la Chicago over twenty yean Reg alarly chartered under act or Illinois LegUUtnro Capital fully paid aiOOOOO moet reliable and uo The oldeet oeMfol Medical Institute In the 7 8 FriTate rooms for FatlenU with tacUltlea for any emergency X Ray Microscopical and Urisooplcal Examinations are made In At Oreencastle Ind all oases wheneTer diagnosis Is doubtful Rev J E Murr preached his farewell Write for free Book on Deformities and sermon at the M E church Sunday at Vraoes Club Feet Curvature of the Spine Catarrh He leaves soon to Bronchitis EpUepsy Cancer Tnmors files Tobinsport Ind Paralysis Kidney Bladder Eye Conference of his Ear Skin and Blood Diseases and all Sur Â¬ attend tbe iuueral sburcb which will convene this year gical Operations Best facilities apparatus and remedies for the successful treatment at Greencastle Ind and cure of all Obscure or Ohronlo Diseases We absolutely guarantee to cure every A diseased liver declares itself by case ot Nervous Debility and diseases reÂ¬ sulting from abuses and Indiscretions of moroseness mental depression lack of Youth and Manhood Spermatorrhoea Sem Â¬ melancholy and inal Weakness night losses and vital drain energy restlessness HERB1NE will restore In urine Impotency Varicocele Hydro Â¬ constipation cele Stricture Phimosis etc etc Charges the liver to a healthy condition Price Reasonable No Incurable cases accepted 50c A R Fisher NoOODnor deposit schemes PaUure U unknown tons 10000 testimonial letters on file from cured patients Many cured at Card of Thank Consultation free and confidential bom to day or I desire through the columns of the personally Bookby letter Write usSurgical on all Chronlo and lsP pag News to thank the good people of Clo- Â¬ masases and list of 180 Questions sent free verport for the many favors shown me during my sad bereavement Peters Antlaeptlo Heallaa Oil Mrs W L Bkavik Relieves sll pain InttanUy sad heat and cures cuts burns bolli bruisas Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Ties Shirts 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 Mrs Mary Friel As we go to press we regret to note the serious illness of Mrs Mary Friel of Vfctoria She ia more than seventy five years old and her recovery is doubtful itch exrems catarrh sots throat erytiptlis corns chapped hands and and all olcsrs or sores of ikln or mucous tips pllai membrane Will cure sore or Inflamed cyst In 48 Hortemen will find this oil will cure hours scratches cracked heel halter burns old sores and collar calls Use it and If not satisfied your drug Â¬ Pries gist will cheerfully give back your money OWEN Clov- Â¬ For sals by MOORMAN 5 cU erport Ky Propsectlng Henry and Sam Dugan have gone to They Kranlln Colorado prospecting are seeking a location in which to settle LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine 16185 HIV W E BROWN Irvingtoh Ky Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated jtja r V Crime Roll Cap 8mm th rrtzrc BBsasasaa FOB SALB rr- OASTOniA The KM You Haw Alwar Bwght The hard Is beaded by Commodore Sampson a son of King Trenton 1561c the greatest I11D UKMUt HUK UIHIIU II11K WlUmnE Annadar Samnton Is a duDllcate of his csle rated aire and we can truthfully say without casting any reflection on Uteckenridge county that wa never expected to see aa grand a bred hog or so fine an Individual within her borders Wssell no show records Hut we can sell aged sows flits boars ready for srrvice spring and you Cheap or quality sll pigs that will of stock Call on or address pee tWaMsyasyl Adrertisementt inserted under thia head at the rate ot one cent a word each insertion -- W A MTQ asatsB APFLK BARH8L8 I 1 G A SON FOOTE Irvlngton Ky vt Vr FREE TO NEWS READERS SCOTTS HYPOPHOSPHITES HXSIBVOIB Itk rr HI IMS ttUn f rttgnt COD subjeut COll ijD WOOD to elimination WOK BTOTS by Eiamlse It at your SEND US ONE DOLLAR nod you thui fretght aad It deiot perfect tound 1 sattsractory u4 U ereaUtt IOU aison A Cars far Howl and Skla Diseases Exze a PlwHes SsrefVIa Bells Bleed PsiMH Caacer Eto ry SALK sooo Apple Barrels Standard at 3 cents each Addisoh Dick Ad- rOK 8ALB BAY MABI will you ever saw or heard tun siiu W1 ACME DinU vaawTa and AV VK fmlllfS - Hr rr TUsTstf HNttc- - Z Bad Blood eausea Blood and Skin Dl Borofula aaaaea Bruptlpss Pimples Oaaoer Bezema Bating Sores Ufe Skin Stab XMpttMH and Sores on Ouildrae RbeamaUam Catarrh Itabiiff Hamm KM For tfaeae troubles a poa iuJFuwolflc oore is found in B B B XMkio Hood Balm the most wonder fnl blood Mriftwr oj the aw It baa h mcpwgiuy tMW kht me paw v veMa and ham always cured avtta tho moat lose n seated paniatont eases tOtar dooton aiul patent MedMUaa bad all teltod B B B owraa by driving t of tit blood tha aolaoea and husaon whleo own ail Utasa troubles and a cur i thus made that is panaaaeat Poiaoa OonUffiotH iCruptioM Swtttaa 9t ds Blood iwodttdeg ThrotadltMKJiiWB UleataUd sjmKaz mBt6 If to ten h B fcoUla Mr tf red Fraie went to Hawsvllle Monday night to be present at ai dance given by the young men of that eity Miss Nellie Burk of Oloverport ia visit- Â¬ ing the family of her eotuinOhaa Friel Hanooek Ctarion near Fateayillft BWe and Mildred Bubanzar of MIm Louisville who visited Mrs Robt Polk last week have returned to the eity Mies BIsie Bubesaer of LonisvlUe aad Miss Mtdred of RealqMHt lag their atator Mm Dr Ife 4 BoaST 1 JasT Smith Jus Bawls W hall T S Hook imd PJUMji MftCmy of Hardlaabure ware in town Basday Miss Addle G Ditto who hat bon visiting her siae Mm J D Babbage baa raifirnad to bar home at Louisville aa Tim Most delioate eowMtntloa BALLAKDC JIORBHOUND My It m a wm and pleasant BYBUP MwMtfy lac aoogua loss of voiea and all EMULSION SALX A beautltul 4 FOR past goes all the gaitsbay maresingle drives double W D OF COD LIVER OIL WITH Holt Halt Ky year aad riKJlrt 1GIITM srsciu riUL 31300 VtaTSBSBW lBiflPNr 8TOVI Steel Cap Writs for Prices and Catalogue riirri gsg vrnw mj s r S 2 and 3 Ply Ready Rooting njlillllllllllV aSBSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSr Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement FOR RETT OR MUSI Apply less the M HmS wlsk arAtr sr SUM WKITErOROrKBinfRKK CATALOCUK should always be kept Â¬in tha housa for tha following reasons If reel OT leese TItK COTTAGE I7IOR H V HARRI 1 MX SA1B MILCH eOYYS utJkjk ftRSt Bcua family haa of the will cure It TQR SALK Kreih mllsh cows Qoe Hamp X r yearling ram six leeg vMrKsg steers For sale by W K MINOR Holt ky SALS A good stock efdiwf ApeMr W FOR T Cox Ekma Kr This H s great bar- UWAI any mambar It a hard cold If m aadfretaht ehiartM This itaa ta stu No I oven la UriiUili topUUiUi made from beat pig Iran eitra heavy eovera heavy llnlui and ItratW larsa A Urge oH saelf heavy Ma Haed ovea door baa4one w awaei MaMa wmshsuhom ana erHHniKSf Urge deep asaalse Slaak stUU lists nmtt head aad eael kenipf ssM lanre orssmeBtedbaM we ftirslib rata aa eitra wood grate jeatlaf l a Pr HeC 1 MiMHaCiaifTM with feet neSkanHr rurr ttoe aad gearaatea aare delivery to yeerraM nadsUUen Toar loeal deaKrwouM eharge ywi MSIM fer eaea- a jteve the freight le only aeest HJ let aaah iff unj al Ut Slftoo 44dfJ S3KPgiSiMtt sptsj The meat ssatrally leeated and ealy ArM class hotel la the shy wakkg a s 00 rats BAIK BEBw gT8H iCArtS ROEBUCK 4t 00NHLiHUWKrU asfUesaCsreteeaVMUle t his paper when yoa writs MUet MsaUen Oaly ess Meek Cram ta priniat shoyplag district aad twe Wleeka freat the erfastpal kealrss Street ears pass las deer te all parts of tee eHy KverytMsK seal and elsaa T 3SC jB3 JblMJtl AYHlNUii I HOTEL PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr j X SEOOND Baflauaa the chil- Â¬ MONKS lOR SALK Bleak Deeds sad Mertgarsi sad All F at Uol S asks BKKOKHN- - m kMbottkilUWlt u J vtry Matter mwm we will sand a trial Uadtoal ad Bauc Co mrt tt vmt MmpmAbMiSJf yABWWm - ttf Writ today AddMaa 8uji ttoFaaa Sit WUil St AtlftAta ia BUdOitira at nmwmmit mt3immti stt dren are delicate and male them strong and wall If rMffD BeoaiW fleshthe father orÂ¬ and becomia toeing rnothar ing thin and ma cla tad It will build thm up and give them ftoah and strength the FOURTH Bacause It t and standard remedy hi all throat lrqf stteQtwur No kouaehoh should be wKhW it well It to ftw ki wwmer - sickly It will vax news opyroK AJK1RST Caellins Leading Tilloi 4 tynm OH SALK Ceruneata BgtiIBiwItwawawiw ia Bryant EmamMms weiwaet smuuhikm AW aUattea urdty Sept 9 la tn winter - S3 KorraWeTcSjjSfifaUf was aatae reeeideiay T BRKBDtaekisd It I keMstladteaai paSs aad aat sssAstdtWs M 1 4 eatv wisnish el atf eV tUI a is HimS iirTii The attie wsasl iachoer 4Mk aad ela Arts1 IM 10U la Has of tastr get tor sale sbs WtM Im1 mbV us tse cALDwi ul toaslfslls T WIIL ATTEND If UR WANTS WHBN IN WftitW HHKD lVygwyNAYwyj Fvasste by Worms JC3U vnisfiiiiffiiir 3 aj sjtsj --jaw WHrTtS ORHAM mm mm n3RVrB3kZMal X L r KALLAIN 4 B Vmtim Otovafport Ky 3 Oorydm eataMeJaed onr young ladlM ModMa la every partiealar and beattfaUy daring the Fair baa bad loan oxporioaoe aad practice- Pom ttttodes knows bow le late aara TIm dly of Olererport did herself WRDNBKDAY SBFT lift of a patty Wbea betakes it away from ptoed at Mm Farmers Iaetitate and we boam Ha baa ea of the sweetest little knew aha would of eoarae with all those wives aad progressive hue BRANDENBURG wres to pa foead anywhere Oar4 irk were largely repreeeata bsade with their bods aad hutafatera to assist Long may the laetltute live and SertHoM next Sunday la all of the tint of Gee Keeeevelt la their Itoagh grow ia iatereet aad iaoreaee ia number Obit RWers at the Qerytloa fair Mr aad Mrs Chas Falrleigh left last for last a little while a fad We are tied to eiate that Mrs J W Saturday for their home Padaeah I Dr IlardlB reaaataed ia Irvlngtoa Lewie Id lniproviajc for whom never seen lat week a day or two longer than havemore affection any oneshort acquain I Mim Mabl ManoiM is aUMMllBg Uie upon dentist in every felt aeuaUIe is an KlltabettitowuFatr She is so tance than Annie Falrleigh particular and dont you forget it Mm Mimwda Fealata Ia better aeaie Charles went to sweet and lovely Miss Halite Dowdv will leave for Lou days and not so well ethers sohool to me and I have always had a isville Boon for the fall items in the kindly feeling for him I have always wiehed pJealesaad fairn dreas making line She la Hpto date didnt fall la meh torirtl weather The language Mr Goebel uses on the Is still at Mrs Dittos Weet Hill and stump and especially at Bowling Green Mr and Mr Eagese Hardiety have Mr and Mrs Seltx good kind Ger in discreditable to the ticket Any man returned from a visit to the eouatrv man elttaeas of this place for loag years aspiring to the dignified position of Gov r Mim Mabel Hardin bad a delightful have sold their property and business ernor of Kentuoky should at least use 4ay in Jeffereonville and Loulavllle and will return to Germany to end their UMirteous language In gentlemanly We meet people who are aa honestly days Coarseness drilling with bis opponents reepectable m they are honestly Inele Miss Nettie Soheue went to the Corv is dote stable at all times and should not don fair with om n rip We all claim be tolerated mat Bud Price is all right in the saddle Nellie and we lovu her inure ami mure The Clay county feud has attracted in the rig or anv where else you put The better you know her the better you world wide comment Col Stoddard love her him Johnson has an artiole in September Miss Lena Nevltt writes that sho has Cosmopolitan on the subject He con Corydon is a lovely olean quiet shady educational started to school at a Convent that she eludes with the sage remark that while little city with is much pleased with the sisters Lena wo are trying to effect a peace in the advantages Bays sho intends to do aomo hard work Philippines and have commissioners at Miss Agnes Malin was much complthe Hague yet bore at home a sav imented in the music hall or brilliant in muBirt execution Services at the Catholic church last age war is raging and parties have the law of Kentucky by the throat Miss Daisy Mclntiro lias resumed her Sunday The new minister Father President McKinley we are glad to come and there will bo services claee at Doe Run and has oponed her has hereafter two Sundays each month in see announces that he is responsible for clase here what has been done in the Philippines Brother Litchfield is back from Irv stead of one and will be responsible for what may Mr and Mrs Sam Dowel of near iDgton where he has closed a very buc follow He seems to have every confiGuston were guests of Mr and Mrs oeeeful service in his church Boot Neafua last week I am sure dence in the ability of General Otis to Mrs Alexander and her daughter this column appreciates Mr Dowells shortly put an end to the insurrection Miss Mary have returned to Louisville We naturally imagine the President is kind expressions Mrs Alexander is a till not well in a position to knpw wheroof bespeaks Client Bryant has taken his family to of the army I have quite a full class but the Louisville to reside Mrs Wm Bewley as he is commander-in-chie- f weather ia a little too warm yet for oth- is very beautifully installed in tho rooms and navy ers who will wait for a frost or so I have heard so many persons say vacated by Mr and Mrs J D RichardOh I tanned and freckled so at the Miss Agnes Malin has returned to son on West Main Owensboro to resume her position as I should say so but lemon juice Thomas and Edwin Hodge have re Fair onanist of St Paul We will miss turned to Henderson to enter school applied freely that night would have Agnes after a long vacation here with their effectually effaced both A little glycerBrandenburg Norman will open the grand father Mr Thomas Ditto and ine and lemon juice will work wonders with a jar of borax water ready to add first Mondav in October when Mr A aunt Mrs Phillips about a half pint to bathinir bowl of cosUnO Burton will return from Chicago Dan Roberts Jr of this county conmetics and preparations whose chemiiversity ducted the Webster county Institute at cal analysis wo know Every young lady Mrs 0 0 Falrleigh went to Jefferson Dixon last week Dan ia one of our up- with Charlie Falrleigh and wife to to date teachers and has the college at and old too as to that should care for vilH her complexion sgo hor daughter Mrs John Hadley for Hardinsburg for the ensuing year a few days Mrs Mollie D Carrico left for Louis The editor ot the Meade Messenger Ernest BiBhop was one of the judges pinned a Goebel button on the oldest ville last week to remain a few days in But he cannot the interest of her business when she of poultry at fhe Corydon Fair and was boy in this household wear it as I am head of the establish- will go on to Mayfleld Ky where she much complimented upon his experience Brown buttons if is leading modisto Mrs Carrico is a ment and decisions cultured refined woman who has had please you Ia it because I am partial I wonder excellent advantages She has just had but to me no one in that vast throng at Mr T Simmons of our town had a a delightful trip to several northern line horse at tho Corydon Fair with Corydon Fair appeared like our boys resorts and to Dauson Springs Bud Price handling the ribbons and summer and our girls always hail her visits with gladness for you forget he came oil victor in I Miss Susie Elder has commenced her dont 1 learn of her and she possessing tho saddle and for being the handsomest school at Sandy Hill and we extend happy faculty of describing vividly horse in the ring that ambitious bright girl the very best I have a souvenir program of Labor The Messenger office has a new coat wishes for success of paint the walls are fresh with pretty Day which was celebrated in South I see my cousin L A Foote will sup- paper Every thing ia brltrtit and bur- Bend Ind last Monday In 1805 when port Goebel Well I am as much Bur nished for the fall campaign The edi- I was in that city it was a mere hamlet prised at his intentions as I am at Sena tors quill is sharpened afresh and we in comparison to what it is now The tor Blackburns policy may expect a sheet as handsome as the South Bend Woolen company the wag on works the largest plow factory in the Dr Payne an old and highly respect- gentleman himself world a public library elegant post ed citizen of Hardin county near Tip Miss Barbara Shacklett will conduct Top died last Saturday Dr Pusoy was her business of dress making on Main office handsome residences and magnificent Notre Dame dedicated to class called to see him last week street this fall and will open her estab Mrs Hay den Morris who was at one lishment very soon Her cards will bo ice art and science all speak for the time a resident of this place but now of distributed Miss Barbara is a llrsl rapid growth and great strides made in neighbor State BRFCKKNRIiyjE KlWS Wide-a-wa- LGftK OUT T LOOK Ivory Soap 7 Bars for 25 Cants Grand Pas Wonder Soap 7 Bars for 26 Cfeats Coal Oil Johnnie Soap 7 Bars for 25 Cents White Rose Soap 3 Bars for 5 Cents Good Tar Soap 2 Bars for 5 Cents Clariotte Soapy 2 Bars for 5 Cents Old Virginnv Soap3 Bars for 10 Cents Ark Soap 12 Bars for 25 Cents Fairy Soap 7 Bars for 25 Cents WT -- 41 Â¬ These Goods are New and Fresh and will go at these Prices 1770 Washing Powder 3 Paokages for lOo PearUne 3 Packages for 10 Cents Goldene 8 Paokages for 10 Cents Gold Dust large package 20 Cents Soourene 2 Packages for 5 Cents Blueing 2 Paokages for 5 Cents Bod Seal Lye 8c Can Niokol Lye 4o Can Saponiflor Lye 7 Cans for 26b te Â¬ Â¬ DM CW HERE ARE SOME GOOD THINGS TO EAT Pie Peaches 75c Dozen French Peas 16c Can No 1 Salmon 00c Dozen Armours White Label Soups 20os tCan Van Houtons Cocoa 25c Can Bakers Cocoa 20c Can Maokerel 2 Cans for 16c Wetmores Gelatine 7c package Cinnamon Bark 15c lb Nutmogs 15 for 5o Royal Croat Tea 1 4 lb Packago for 15o Moyuno Gunpowder Tea IA lb Box fqr 15c English Breakfast Tea Black 50c lb Ground White Pepper 16c lb Elastic Starch 8c Packago Bell Starch 4c Package i J Â¬ ra Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Wetmores Prepared Pudding 7c package Olives 10c 16o and 20c Bottle Heinz Midget Pickles 20c Bottle Pricos Vanilla largo size bottlo 15c Royal Baking Powder 40o lb Pricos Baking Powder 40 lb Ladies Friend Baking Powder 2 for 5c Green Coffee 15 lbs for 100 WASHBOARDS Single Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Snyders Tomato Catsup small 10c Bottle large 16c Durkees Celery Salt 10c Bottle Shot Pepper Black 16c lb Mixed Spice for Pickles 15c lb No 1 10c Motal Top 20c Lantern Globes tubular 5c Tooth Picks 2 Boxes for 5c Olean Allspice 20c lb Â¬ le VEST ot our luvtra R1 TUn Tim T durant and Orley Woolfolk took in everything We went for information as much as pleasure do I did enjoy visiting the poultry quarters By the way pure white turkeys I had never seen be- Â¬ foreThey took my oye Such beau- Â¬ I Â¬ M VEST A BOON TO MANKIND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ties Those who wrong others who soek for revenge are often in this world over taken by Vengeance is mino saith the Lord I believe in retribution in this world as well as the next Lets Bee about tbe personnel of the first Dreyfus Court Martial Henry the forger is dead by suicide or murder Faty de Olam is in prison Generals Gonse and de Bolsdefire have been disgraced Gen erals de Pellieus Gbanoine and Boget are being prosecuted General Zurllnden has lost the military governorship of Paris All the members of the first Dreyfus court martial are seeking ob-Â¬ scurity in the provinces Gen Mercier is Â¬ 1 1 XlsT J S WE ARE 1 aaH 1 GBWG TO MOVL stock MUST be closed out X HJ 2 H 2 H Our entire The sacriiice will be greater than ever Z X Our stock is large and the goods must go 2 X regardless of loss I BaaBtHaf f I ii iWlll HARDINSBURG bbmbbbbh illlWi jrareeii Flag Bargain Store BjV BBS Tii- - KY t n I J our Yes Id like to know why in the name of all that is reasonable the young mem- Â¬ bers of the Methodist church dont sit in the choir and sing We should have excellent singing in that church ii the girls and boys who can sing would be-Â¬ come interested and practice The idea of any one waiting for an invitation to sing in either church Any one is wol come both ministers have said so time and time again from the pulpit Both choirs have invited repeatedly Our or- Â¬ ganists Misses Daisy Mclntire and Ada Brown Methodist and Baptist cant be excelled I haye always admired Richard Mans field as a man and actor Now my ad- Â¬ miration is profound when I know that at one time though plunged in debt and with scarcely mouey enough to pay his hotel bill his heart was bo touched by the illness of a poor little girl in his company that he made himself respon- Â¬ sible for the expense of her care and doctors fees at one of the first hospitals in Philadelphia Id Uko Richard Mansfields chances for heaven in preference to many in this old world who profess more but act less I notice at Cape May Narragansett Pier and other watering places that something new in the way of amuse Â¬ ment is much desired Germans progressive euchres tix banded euchres golf everything has become stale Hence sheet and pillow slip or phan tom parties old time or tacky parties have become delightful novelties We at this resort haye in years past en- Â¬ joyed those amusements Happy is the individual who can Invent at this day and age a new amusement Xerxes I believe offered a prize once for the in vention of a new pleasure and won it himself After all it is a good thing to laugh and anything Is an instrument of happiness that causes merriment with- Â¬ out coarseness or rudeness We can all enjoy an amusement hit 1b innocent and merry On Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs Fou Rhodes and Mrs W F Grinaell ohaperoned a large crowd to the Gory don Fair and remained two days Fri Â¬ day morning Mlasea Seals Rider Annie Bonduraat aad I crossed the Ohio at tkM oclock by the waning moon and the twinkling stars Then we had an overland route of sixteen miles k jo la the party whiuh we found bright aa the rising eun Some saw the sun rise for We about the first time ia leag years twenty five bad a gala day The Fair was pronounced by those who bad at tended for the last twenty years aa In Â¬ ferior this year to any previously held The atteadaaea waa not so great eapee Ully from a dUtanee However there were some very flaebwees in tbe Wag aad tbe fpead sfciad was lull to its at- 1 Â¬ Â¬ being ridiculedwhlle Eaterhazythe traitor is in a poverty stricken London lodg ing confessing that he wrote the border- Â¬ eau but at the orders of Col Sandherr There has been a social revolution in France Until now the righta of the individuals have been subservient to the fetish of the army but now a law has been promulgated by which an aecused person may have tbev privilege of conn eel twenty four hours after arrest France had better comprehend her destiny and act Â¬ Â¬ but you know people dont make aa 1 much on them aa theSbropshires which were on hand too For all around sheep the Shropshiree lead for mutton for wool and for rearing lambs I think the stalls at Fairs should be arranged bo all cattle and sheep could stand or lie more comfortably and I belieye they often Buffer for water I had never seen m K3HiiawJ5r5gilX ifi fl P nBtwiBinaSar any Heiferine cattle Large so large and red in color with white faces IUM I I tZ mtzA in Tiaaaaa 11 1 id They have gentle patient faces beauti Â¬ ful eyes and look meek I like the iar waaaajaawMliali m T1 aaiWTaw Holsteln cattle best Obi but there were eome fine specimens Of course the littl e A New piscovcry for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and Jersey was there like a big gentle dog and we all like that atock for the EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN rich cream and yellow butter The fan Â¬ cy work the fruit the grain corn musi- Â¬ CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED cal department each and all had onr TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLCS 60 CENTS share of attention Nature has done - - 310 Nrti Hata Street ST LOWS MO spot whore the more than art for the Jr SFIALUMSriPriritw Fair was held The ground slopes na Â¬ A R Iieher Cloverport Ky For turally on threesldee making an ideal amphitheatre arrangement shady and cool A cold clear spring severrfalUng bubbles aad gurgles to quench thirst DO YOU and please the fanoy IF YOU DO WRITE TO D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE F t tjHr 5 Wif CURE saley INTEND TO BUILD t HI Â¬ neat eaaedly I thaagat tbe aowrtftay As we jog along the highways of life we come in contact with many of its Wt Ht ritaM BftM Waf phases For instance as our party drove MtplM Bfafctt Ttttatt raraHan Caatrat tad tUr artaJaaa lar Ufcltf out to Corydon a group of men ami raw tt aarSaUtata tuMlwul a llaaa la Hum daft aat a Bratag IhUh women were trudging In the dust and la t data dlrdata Swtt afcaaaaar Unm heat to tbe same mecca A gentleman WTttataarftrrKEeiMEMIUXerrKlt Ladtoa Hair Imporlum Ohtoaga remarked Those people are from the Wbtn you writ mention thlt paper county poorhouse aud that man leading tbe blind comrade was at one time the MALARIA ANTIDOTE most prosperous and well fixed farmer ia Harrison county I aald What caused He Bald Nothing in the his reverses world except living beyond his means SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC and not keeping up his farm which was an excellent one The Fair Association NOTE The New formala ia very pal Â¬ grants the inmates of the poor house atable and mere effective than Qalslae passes to the annual fair their only pastime their only glimpse of the out Â¬ Played Out If Run Down side world Much praise is due our sis-Â¬ iyat wiiat you Bcaa rremotH ter Btate for that neat comfortable school ilealthy Appetite Stneagthaaa house provided for the pauper children You wlll xal batter alter 8eeena of the home Aa I thought upon tbe doae I gentlemans remarks and looked at those poor benighted creatures I thought that keeauae It Better than Quini mismanagement living beyond ones ia regulates Liver ajMibttWela4svig come not keeping up tbe farm Mate oratee the wlieleayctem equally aa much misery woe and despair It will 4e the- - werkao aJter as alcohol They are mortals aad im Â¬ aloa ao baaalsg eae et deaiaeaa mortal as we yet what a charm whleh CERTAIN CURE cannot be bridoed Ilea between as For Ohllla aad Malaria feTwJUgwaraatsed Aad the swine well that 800 peaad AT DRUGGIST one I never had Imagined a Poland aeeept aay JiebeUtate Obiaa eeuld de made aader any eoa Doat 50aadTt00Bwia dltloas to assume aueh asoaatrous pro portioH Is it rigbtT There it lay suffering intensely from beat aad flesh ROBINSON PBTTET CO put on for exhlbltiaa aad for a bias rib IttaryawittdJ boa Wty act de all thlnaa ia modera Â¬ LOUIfVILllE ICY tion The Red Jerseys ad tbe Berk ee shlrea were all ceauiae atoek au4 aaaa I premuue aoahl have bad to aaaeatoal X WlfKN DOBS YOUR iUM- tree Tbeee tanay weelly thing CR3PTION TO TO NBWft beea paHloalady naaged my aUe far Baa quality RXWUtlf tbw Tbe BaMMey 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