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TFkkBS SF1JH Vf-to-- r Wvr fwswfWPwf BRECKENRIDGE NEWS H U ALxLx THEX NRS HON THATS FIT TO PRINT 13 1899 VOL XXIV CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEK had thrt corapanintinblp d littlo Kd Kiooam N- Miv ive toglve np that eotn wi 1 - for v regret to say tbat Ed Hon 1 T Tannur Democratle candi Â¬ and litt i iu James Edward de date for Attorney General rnachod this tatted for Fells of Roogb hurt Friday to eity from Owensboro Saturday evening ittukm that remote town their future and filled hie appointment to speak here bow He spoke In the spacious store room When thfe fact of departnre beoaine formerly occupied by Heetou Willis known ono ooukl hoar on nil Company aidoft Wbit Is Olovorport without Ed Hon D 11 Severs introduced the hear KiOMoT gentleman in a graceful manner and All tho Meade county politician wero It la really difHcult to realise that he plainly elucidated the workings of the ou hand taking in every word Goebel is grte Louisville convention which nominated sahl Diey went home thoroughly on- Kobody rogreto it mor tbanwell tb- Hon William Goebel for Governor thueed wil4aytbHbole towii of Kentucky H lett vory relactantly indeed It It wm an ideal day The rain the Mr Severe gave his reasons for not night before had I a hi the dust aud cooled took a stean- - engine to do It and by the standing to the nomineo stating that the atmosphere making it pleasant for way bbi teHr were nwl to water the had Mr Ooub ls nomination b n fairly boiler Having broobe d neldo the suRer aud limit y secured i e ould have everybody Slg Loeb of Gueton wm the only con- Â¬ nnous tear ad woodrag Uieir way to Â¬ stood by the wny ward tbe depoN they bade the town vert we heard of Ho came to ibojrpoak Mr TannrBpoke for nearly two hours He is ing a Brown man but went home shout- Â¬ farewell holding his hearers spell bound Ed remarked before leaving that bo a fluent speaker and la well versed in ing for Goebel little Milt noted hie part well He alwwyi had a tender feeling for the good th cause h udvocatoe old town There wore over two hundred present pAid an eloquent tribute to bin man Ia joing to tho Falls of Rough be to listen to his speech and many went Go bel and in passing poured torn bot rns bo in tho interest of the Cincinnati away tlioroughlr convlncod that tho sbot into the Itepftblicao Coopotago Company cans he was advocating was tho richt At tbe conclusion of Mr Uoebola one to support ppHch ho was presented with a beauti Â¬ Mr Tanner is a lawyer of Owensboro Visitor Prom Nebraska ful bouquet the gift of Mes Arrie RobertÂ¬ and has the reputation of being a pracMr and Mrs B S Haden of Nebras Â¬ son of Olendeane who is h very ardent titioner of abilit ka City Net who have bona vieiting admirer of the Senator W B Dowell of Dick Meade ounly relfttivee at ruston returned to their Goebef In Cloverport Mr home in Nebraska last week was among tbe Made county delegate Hadeu is eighty three year old and his H is a life long Democrat but will not The Hon Wm Goebel Democratic support Goebel He says Brown will wife Is sixtynlne While here they vere Candidate for Governor accompanied tbe gnaftM of Mrs Hadens son Mr C by Mr LVgA Clement from Owens poll 200 voted in Mnde H MilN of Gueton and Mr Hadens boro arrived on the live oclock train The Hon WmMHlor la a great ad Â¬ nephew Mr Bea Khacklett ept Sth They Fiidsy uftertiorfn mirer of Mr Goebl He eal on the natr visit homo were dr veu to the home of Col Divid stand with him and drnpk in overy Caehman and wife and Mm K Murray wi eitt tht y spout tho night word ho flfdd He Rrvd with him in William Kobertaon of Kennard Ntb Ktoin thai I ilia uiti the party left the Constitutional Convention hav been visiting relatives at their old town there was a continual stream of Dick May was nevor happier in his home near Lodibursj They moved to callers ou Mr Goebel life Ho never mieeed a word in botb Nebraska sixteen years ago and this A platl rui hrfd buen erected at tbe speeches and ho oan tell von mora about is their first visit home Mitchell House frjm which Mr Goebel them than any man in Hardinaburg to MrCeshman is a large cattle dealer in was to bu litard and Eoata wore day Diok is a regular his section and says that times are good built for tbe aceorutnodation of tho la- Â¬ Democrat and no man on earth eould there dope are good this vest dles but owimr o the inclement weather change him Feeders are worth 4 0d aud corn 21 the crowd arjoumed to Paces tobacco factory wliere Judge James R Skillman Tho only miehap of tho da was the cents a bushel introduc d tle speaker of the evening in breaking down of the speakers stand a cordial ami courteous manner Admiral Dewey Invited with Goebel Blackburn and a number Among tho Goebel admirers immedi of prominent politicians going down An invitation will bo sent to Admiral Some Republican was mean DHWy to visit LoolsvUlo during the atly surrounding Mr Goebal on the with it Mr LaVega Clement enough to say that it was like Goebels Elks big carnival in October Hon pUtform were platform do to stand on Zach Pbelps chairman of the receptiou Ownsb to Ky Col D R Murray It wouldnt Mayor J A Bury Democratic Candi Mayor Barry Democratic candidate and invitation committee will send the date for tl gielttturu and tho Hon W It will bi E Minrr i f hAddison Ky for the Legislature mode a formal an- Â¬ invitation to tbe admiral nouncement of his candidacy from the waiting him with his other mail at Nsw Mr Oo lwl elated his views plainly stand He said Goebel represented the York when he arrive and dieii fily He is in favor of the If Dewey comeo to Chicago fronjyiow head of the ticket and fo was at the Separate Coach iyiiiecdenounxed the tail and he expected to wag his part York bet may be prevailed upon to Lnuievil Pispulch the Louisville Post to the national eaplrat via Louia pretty lively lator on He was grossed at J ihe L A N railroad he defended vUl Jt tbe admiral aoceptatbe inita th Cioeboi IsJ ection Bill and said It was with cheers tlon a special committee wonld go to uij only hope of Kentucky Democracy Chicago to escort him here A Frightful Blunder His speech was frequently interrupted At by cries of Hurrah for Goebel Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald lie sure and read oar great offrr of the the conclusion of Mr Goebels speech Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill tho pain BRKOicBWKtDoa Nws lor a year and the Mr LaVega Clement was introduced by and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Farm Journal for the balance of 18y Mayor Barry and bis speech was along Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns and all of It W0 1001 1902 and 1903 near Â¬ Hie same line as Mr Goebels Saturday morning the candidate was all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure ou ly five yeau all for the price of our pa Only 25 cents a box Cure guar- Â¬ par alone Just walk up to the captains driven to Hardinsburg by Col Murray earth Sold by Short Haynes Drug Â¬ offioe and draw the biggest priae you where they were joined by Sonator J O anteed ewrdrww gists S Blackburn baV NO 9 GOEBEL AND BLACKBURN They Arc Given a Grand Ovation at Hardinsburg Enthusiastic Crowd and a New petus Given to Democracy Im- Â¬ elan who knows bnHiwm and Are hot shot into his aniaunlst from start to fliiinh Jo Blsckbnrrf m- ne of hit otd ilini jpeeeNMi ami w rnqnentty and loudly Mpplittdid The Catholic pronto frnid a He vest Thev spn nri n t jltrndld dinner and evry body wan well ted Tim women were very much iid but the men crowded the stand so badly that it was impossible fer them ttr hi Cloverport Loom Pimltlar Pao For about sixteen years Cloverporlors heat - Old Bob Chapin Dead This morning finds another citizen of big Alakos a Rousing Democratic Speech gone to his last home This time it is an old and respected colored man who In This Cty L P TANNER lr lnWt tally th k H K Last Saturday was a big day for Har Gofbol Blaokburn Tho dinsburg speaking and tbe Catholic picnic Beryed as n lucky combination In drawing a large crowd It baa been many a day since there wbh such a gathering there Thcro were peoplo from Meade and Grayson counties and from nearly nil If not the entire spctlon of Breckenridge The crowd men women and ohildren was estimated at about 2500 Tho picnic was held at the beautiful and spaotons EVOTV flr- InLrv nnrlr npnr till town rangBment had been made- to make the surroundings attoactivo Dinner was served by tho Catholic church peonle and there was abundance for the vast crowd In company with Hon D R Murray and other friends ol Cloverport w fcoe bef arrived at the Farhain house at 11 Ho went over by the pike oclock having spokon In this city the night Hon J O P Blackburn previous came by rail over the Henderron route and reached the hotel at 1130 Prom inent democrats of tho county called at the hotel and paid their respects to Mr Goabol during his short stay there At one oclock he was driven to tho picnic grounds where a stand had been erected and the neceFsary arrangements Tho crowd made for the speakinir stand was immense and it around the seemed to be everybodys aim to shake hands with tho man GoebeJ who had become so nromlnent in stato matters The speaker was introduced by Dr Milton Board of Kirk in his most on thusiastio style Mr Goebel began in way and said in his usual matter-of-fac- t cut set that this wan a flght between the the people of Kentucky on one band and the L and N railroad a gigantic corporation on the other Ho spoke of this corporations in fluence and tho means hey were using to accomplish his defeat He referred to the Louisville Dispatch and the Evening Post and eaid that the number ol thous Â¬ ands of these pajers which wore now haincr mattered over the state were paid N railroad company for by the L In fact he eaid that this corporation through its agents and with all the mon- Â¬ ey it could rake and scrape was trying to defeat him He said be did not know why this was the case unless it was beÂ¬ N while cause ho had fought the L Leeislature In this connection in the Mr Goebel Bpoke of hla course in the Legislature and the bills he had favored in the interest of tbe people ns against If that was their com- Â¬ this corporation he pleaded guilty to tho charge plaint and whenever he was put in a position to do so he would always favor the peo- Â¬ ples interest over that of a corporation He declared that if he was elected Gov- Â¬ ernor the railroads should lie made to abide by the law as well as the people The McCbord bill the Fellow Servants bill and the duties of the railroad Com- Â¬ missioners were other matters referred to by Mr Goebel He said he was glad that the people of the state still bad a He said it was in railroad commission power to fix the rate of cbaraea their lor long and short baults on freights and that if the railroads were not restricted In this resnect there would hardly be a x limit to their charges Mr Goebel spoke about one hour aud a half He Closed by saying that ho hoped to be their next Governor He was followed by J 0 6 Black- Â¬ burn who made one of his characteris- Â¬ tic oampalgn speeches- Â¬ - - for many years boa been a familiar fig- Â¬ ure on our streets and it Is with regret that we hoar of his death which occur od ycatorday at Dr S B Adkieeons liv ery stable Bob was in tho Union army and it is through Uncle Sams kindness to his old servants that ho has been able to subsist during his lingering ill neee Years ago in the palmy days of the Breckenridge Company Limited this old darkey was the valued man Friday for the occupants of The Cottage He was faithful polito and well liked by his friends of both colors R atHSCWXEIY IftJRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome OTAt BAiciwa Baking VAl Powder rmmd rowan PP HIW YOWC A BOMBSHELL Not For Goebel or Brown Says Â¬ First Visit in 27 Years Mrs Margaret Horkea of Warsaw III reached this city last Friday Mrs Herkes is the only sister of Mr Charles May St and they had not Been each other for a period of twenty seven years Sho will probably bo hero for several weeks While here Bhe will visit her old birth place German Ridge lnd Mrs which is located near Rome Herkes is confronted with many changes that have taken place in this town and says it Is almost impossible to adopt herself to the changed conditions Bcavin Mattingly At 830 oclock yesterday morning at the St Rose Catholic churchsurrounded by a host of admiring friends Mr Joseph Beavin and Miss Mattio B Mattingly were united in tho holy bonds of matri- Â¬ Judge Tarvin The Man Who Nominated Senator Goebel for Governor And The Question Naturally Is He At Arises Where tM THE NOMINATION A GREAT CALAMITY B0 Miss Mat- Â¬ mony Rev Brey officiating tingly is the daughter of Mr J C Matt- Â¬ From the Evening Post ingly of Eastland and is a bright and Covington Sept 11 Judge Tarvin came home yesterday and loft attractive young lady Mr Beavin is a Before leaving ho said respected young business man of this for Frankfort in the evening county Tho News extends congratula- Â¬ to my political grave I intend to speak for the I have come home tions and best wishes for a long and hap- Â¬ platform of the Louisville Convention because I wrote it and it embod py life together Â¬ Are You Going to Owensboro Fair Tho Fair at Owensboro Daviees county Ky this year will bo the best ever held at that place No effort Is being spared to make it a complete success It will be held the first week in October Dont fail to see their advertisement in this iesue of the News Rhodes and miner Buy n Â¬ Â¬ Jack Â¬ return I believe Bryan will come to Kentucky and speak for Goebel t but if he docs Altgeld will also come and speak against Goobcl First Visit In aa Years I received a number of letters asking me to come home and speak for MVs William Hagau and daughters Goebel but ior every one of that nature receivod two letters advising Misses Jessie and Lillian of Troy lnd spent Sunday in the city They were me not to come but I did come because of Bryan and tho platform of Mr and Mrs O B Mattingly Mrs Hagan had not visited here for twenty two years Mr Wat Rhodes of Rhodelia and Dr William Milner of Union Star wero in town Monday They had been nt Pates ville where thev purchased the well bred jack formerly owned by Mr James It is said a G Stephens of Addison handsome price was paid for him ies tho principles of Democracy I do not soe how I can do otherwip will not mention the namo of Goebel nor of Brown I I will call no one a bolter I will not defend the Louisville Convention nor will I con- Â¬ demn it Tho nomination is a great calamity and I regret it but it nover would have happened if Hardin or Stone had the political senso of a chicken But evon if there was fraud at tho Louisville Convention is that any reason Bryan and free silver should be injured Goebel is not my Btyle of man I am not going to speak for him but for the Democratic platform AND IP THE FEELING AGAINST GOEBEL IS AS STRONG IN OTHER PARTS OF KENTUCKY AS IT IS IN COVINGTON HE WILL NOT POLL 25000 VOTES the guests CONYBNTION MOTBS Goebal ia certainly a drawing card A Popular Couple Harried Dr E W Burob pf Payneeville and Miss Lela Craycroft of Ekron were married in the Irvington Catholic uhurch at 0 a m September 5th Much might be said to the honor of this bride who is so widely known In Meade county but it will suffice to sav that she is well fitted to roigu as queen in the home of oae of Meades most eminent physicians Dr Burch is a self made man one who has successfully battled with adverse circum- Â¬ stances who has met every duly of Hfe bravely and who now stands in the front rank of his chosen profeeaion Shortly after the ceremony Dr Burch and his bride took the train or Louie ville where they will remain for a eh rt time after which they will receive their many friends and relative at their beautiful country home near FayneevilK May a long and happy life bo theirs V Wedding in Henderson Tbe Oosooro Daily Inquirer an Â¬ nounces tbe wedding of Miss Lottie Head daughter of Mr and Mrs W G Head of Henderson Ky to Mr Wni Edward Norvell at i oclock Tuesday afternoon October 17th at the Ueadley House This announcement ia of inter set to many people in this community fox Miss Head has visited here several times and knaie many friends Mr Norwll is the nanAgor of the Cumber land Long Distance Telephone oompany at Henderson and in a promising young Â¬ business mnn Found At A R Fisher Oloyerport EA Witts Hardinsbarg drag stores a ptar veloua cure for all kidney complaints nervous exhaustion and female weak neat It ia Foley la Kidney Cure Sutherlands Bagle Bye 8alr is new men and original in style or package and ands medical qualities Jt ia perfectly harm Mug Severs was not in it a little less ooBtalna no lead aad is a guaran bit He looked lonesome He said it teed cure for granulated lids tore eye dr etyes Try it was not hie day The Hob Albert Thompson and the Allss flarie Harahall Hon Qua IMebardsen ol Meade were Mr and Mrs Nathan O Marebarl of entbussUe listeners Louisville have issued invitations to There is more politics to the square the marriage of their daughter Miw inoh in Hardinsburg than at any other Marie Gardiner Marshall to Mr Joseph point la the oeunty Pryor on Tuesday evening tieptotubw candidate for 10 at Ooolnek at St Andrews Bplaoopal W A StUb Demowatfe the Legislature h Meade was figuring church The oeremony will bo perform ed by the Rev John K Mam Mita among the populate walles or tells a Joke Marshall has many frtoada fn Cloverport Goebel who wisb hoi joy in this coming event He ia a ooW ealwdattuf shrewd poMi- 9bo has vieitod Him Lianlo Deliuy a number of times where she has made many friend by bar aHraotiv manner and charming voice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It was a fine day he watermelon Their sales run up into the thous for V Pin White Clay Near Haweavllle While sinking a shaft for coal last week Mr J D Cooper found a vein of clay as white as enow without a nobble or other edbotaneq in it The vein is between sevan and eight feet thick and underlie a larga tract of land This cUy will make the n oetgrade i queens ware and sample will bo seat in large or small quantities to all or any who may bo interested It ia only two miles from the city and is considered the most ille valuable find in this aoetlon--Hawos-v- Plaindealer Moving on Its Way The rock crusher which has recently boon purchased by the ciUsens of Utbi district passed through town yesterday on the way to tho Tar Fork bridge where it will bo placed for work This is a move in tbe right direotion and wilt benefit Cloverport and the vicinity greatly Good roads help trade in every lino o business 9vr BRADFIELDS KtmnAk JLJEr gives nature the mild auiatanee A Trade Edition at Stanford m REGULATOR i needed for the regulation of the M It ia of wonderful aid to menson the girl iuat entering womanhood to tho wifo end to tho woman p TMtrahlncorroiiifthrotub tltorarn a t ri i ot ma woman woo aunor irew m tm WMtwlrivtt7 falllflg totflsg- - wimbeanqi MUM lea at homo com Hotoi tho eyes of a phyaiuU VI tao tmw mn mi Tbe Interior J mrnal published vt kly at Stanford Lineoln county K ieeue this week with 1i dm a lS p columns of Illustrated matter It is an lotereftUug daacriptive awonnt t ti buaUlog widtMHrake town of Mnofoid and dos eredit to Mr O L Howell who makes a neoUT o tnlt afud of work Tbo ata are eltar and distinct and add moth h the sucoeas of thu enterprise Mr Uoobol Qti David R Murray entertained k m Miglit ai whiiitn m aniafoimairooBrUuM for tho speaking May Come to Cloverport Mr V h Wugiirtof Tell City lnd was hnru prottpfctiui it week Ho U ii a luucliant tailor there for ssme years aud Is thinking of moving to be Olovorpdrt There is a good opening hope Mr for that bufiotM hare and W ingest wil take advantage of it jrtortalnd Mud M r M In UwtotttMtftUtytrkfrtetsfcrli 1U 3rtll Ktatetr Caixy Actaaw - iea A ftfp Mr Mi III lo Buy Ooods J I taken eacit month will J too moae perfectly rtiu - Qtlal Oeuieiil to tr-- 4nlul klnv ticiil I I itiwi lOlM nut h Iun about iiuilelid bin llUlllllIll lt KUll HPil Ii its if J1 J uiaM iwmtwpwrabaooa argvafaog ofgoMisi merohandise WrWWV- JUDGE TARVIN DENOUNCES IT AS A LIE Elisha Huff a fine wheat raisor has sold his farm near Fordsville to Harry lrom the Courier Journal Roberts for 1100 Mr Huff la think Breckenrldgo farm ing of investing in a Tho alleged interviow with Mr Tarvin at Covington published in where ho can put in a large wheat crop a Louisville afternoon papor did not reach hore until lato this after- Â¬ ADDITIONAL LOCAL As soon as he heard of it tho Judge denounced it as a lie out of noon Prospect for Business Good wholo cloth and gave to tho press the following interview Hugh Weatherholt who conducts the Go to Sippels for fancy groceries J UU IlUll KUUW UUW IAJ DAU1UBO lUJTOOll TTltll UUjr U1U1U UlCMUDSS Ut new merchandise storo at Tobinsport ia Co Gregory Fertilizer at cost I am for the Dem- much elated over his prospects He is more specifically than in my Bpeech this aftornoon Ouscadena ice cream at Jule Sippels meeting with encouragement and in- ocratio ticket and platform intend to so spoak and vote I beliovo I Fresh fruits and confectioneries at Sip tends to run a first class store that tho defeat of that ticket would ho a great misfortuno and that its pels I success would greatly aid tho Chicago platform Domocrats in 1000 Paralyzed Look out for cool weather and fresh At the opening Ryan was stricken with havo not at any time oxpressed myself to tho contrary Mr Charlie oysters at Sippels For cakes rolls and bread fresh every paralysis one night last week and ie still of tho campaign I received a letter from Senator Blackburn chairman at his home on railroad street perfectly of tho Campaign Committee inviting me to speak for the ticket I an- Â¬ day call ou Sippel Sippel has ordered a aupply of helpless Tho doctors consider his rase swered that I would do so in a few weeks after getting some rest which Jullua a very serious one flue oysters for Friday and Saturday I had to havo When the time camo tho committeo arranged thiB meot- Give him a will It would seem to mo ing for me at Frankfort and I have just spokon Improving Slowly Mrs Mariau Weatherholt and son At any rate it is as explicit as Mrs G W Jnrboe of PateBvllle who that this statemont iB explicit enough Htanley Simons are visiting relatives in As to the result has been quite slok with typhoid fever my command of language will permit mo to make it Haicock County for the past 40 days is we are glad to say of tho campaign I havo reached tho conclusion since arriving here from improving New York that Sonator Goebol and tho rost of the tickot will be elect- Â¬ in the Business A Veteran ed Leaf Lugs and Trash Mrs L L Bunker of North Manches J W Hendrfck of Louisville sold Tobacco Growers Attention ter lnd has arrived in Cloverport and last week seven hogsheads of Burley More Enterprise In Cannelton An- Â¬ is busy getting ready to open her new leaf lugs and trash at an avorage of 8 other Factory Started It would be well for all tobacco grow- Â¬ millinery store in the room next to Mr cents Tbe Cannelton Eoquirer saye The ers to lend all tbe assistance necessary to Jno Babbages store organization of tbe pants iactory Mr M L Floyd tobacco expert and repMrs Bunker has been in tbe millinery Has the Contract was perfected on Wednesday evening resentative of the United StabM tioveru business thirty years Three years in A A LaHelst of this city bos been with the following officers President ment whole now in Louisville to ar Greenville lnd and twenty seven in awarded the contract to do tbe tin roof- John Irvine Secretary M F Caspei racge for an exhibit of Ky tobaco Ht She expects to be ing North Manchester on tho new Catholic ohuroh at treasurer Aug Plock Directors Henry tbe Paris exposition in 1000 If you ready for work in a few days when she Hardinsburg Heok M F Casper John Irvln August have anything very fine of a distinct will be glad to bIiow her fall goods The oapltal type of tobacco in color or quality jou IMock and Geo Smith The business will be oondueted in tne Another Cannelton Wedding should express a good sample to Mr stock for tbe presentis fixed at 1300 name of Mrs Bunkers son F P Bun Mies Sarah Hook daughter of Ander which has all been paid in Tbe busi Â¬ Floyd All exhibits will boar the name ker son Hook of Hardinsburg was married ness will be to manufacture pants of all of the exhibitor bis reetdenoe kind of grades shirts and shirtwaists for job- soil raised on and in every way tbe to Mr Austin Arms at Cannetton lnd niss Lucy WatklHs Later raiser of the tobacco will Sunday bers who furnish the material full crelit Mist Lucy Watkinj of Owensboro la the oompany easy deelde to manufacture tor what he shows Heretofore tbe ex- Â¬ town visiting ber aunt Mrs Marion Pine Doy on tbelr own aeoounU As soon as tbe hibits baye been general tbe State or Hambleton From hers she will go to Born last Thursday to the wife of faetory is in running shape it will em Â¬ seetiou getting oredit bttt the governNow York to keep house fer ber brother William TJaalay a flee boy Mother ploy at least 100 hands at renumeratlve ment has decided to make this txhihtt Mr Morton Watkins who has been in and baby are doing well wages and tbe town ia to be congratulatÂ¬ as much benefit to the individual exhibtbat eity several years as the New York ed on seeurlng It Tbe name baa not itor as to the Htate or tale country fee conjMndBt for the St Louis Dispatoh been ally doubled ob but will probably ing uie uHtHinaniuM tor awning a t Chairman Joaea Will SfJek be tbe Ballpee Manufacturing Go Tne world wide reputation on yonr tobacco Washmston 8pt 8 Mr Jamas K business men who baye taken hold of we hope onr Kentucky growees will Good Darkey Gone take Joaea Jr son of Sonator Jones has a lively Interest is our exhibit and make Washington after a long tM matter deserve oredtt fer their en George Carman an old darkey of arrived In it the beet at tbe fair Louieylile Weed reputable sbaraatsr died at his liome stay in Europe wtth bis father Ho terprise Senator Jones had no mtan back of town Monday He had boon atatod that obelrmansalp of Keep it la Your Home ill for oytffa year He died of eoneump Uon of resigning the A diseased liver declare itoeif by e national Dotnoorstle sommiUeo tiou and was sixty five years old -tad when the bowels fall to aot proper Kerosenes mental depression lack ot melancholy and ly take a dose of Lyons Laxativr energy reotlawnsM body of 7 Marlon O WHUtipation UKRB1NK wtli Motor Children Have Congestive Fever ObarlM OUrk Boot was found sold in SYRtnw ItaetagoaHy bat ewnlly 28 Prioa th kidney Uver and wmn wfll kep the Uver to a healthy oondjtia Mr William Wtnsueli of ToWaaport death at tho foot of an oak tree two ymtfwfcphvgeod watkln ordor and S0 A K Fiobet has five children who are ttrafiaad to miles from km boom He was killed mamlytton aioar taatat y I ky llgkUlag their Hels with aonaslvs UYtf Rev W A Luak Of PUaitgons Blaxe JoeepuTiodaii was married tt aAR Will spak a Brandoftfewrg Wts Sept 1 --Or sldej XsrtwUtflt o yovng wldof Cbuago lias tien selected as the oeit Anuie Hog art r t tks kwslnoij part of this viiago was Houi m Birasit OnajUsaaa o 1 jsottorwi by lr Ts m sett a ai Aijiort tad omday Kef W nlaoa vmw he W ftMn4i i anhltaan cam oaten committor will SMftk Luuk performed tho coram on MMftM M I1MMV campment of the Q A R at Brandenburg Monday Hept 18th Â¬ Â¬ Wants to Come to Breckenridge y j 1 1 j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Â¬ Â¬ Aeadiyiiltr 48 - dag tl ttWPWMtSTlWfl fttlWMS iwnt i wWiPwmlMiijjiilMHHHWi i - wwvmmw mmm V x TO aBWaPapaajaj JLaBaBe ABavaaBjB seasaaMsaaMasaaaaMeaJMaaJaaass to Seven from Ala vMnlty attended the tea oroam sapper at Irviagton and repotted a aloe Mate Mrs Mtlleaa Bewky and Mies stasia Hardeety aUeaded oharoh at Balsas aad were the guests of Mrs Ryon BfcBger In the MBit pM are to the soil What olover Is to It In Meade BreekeBtirJga Oaaar Dowell aad Mies Hettle Helt and adjoinls ecmaMefl Moreover It la a greater air plant plaoteg la the soil aUeaded eharoh at Highland Sunday more oxygen and nitrogen than the common seedelover The roote growing bo aad were the guests of Miss Minnie mnch deeper make the soil much lighter thereby placing more life whloh means Mills better crops and phapisg erope In a ooadltkm to tritbetand a greater drought John Llyers and daughter Garnett To net from 1 to 3 tone of bay per aore or a fertilizer for eorn whleh te to be and slater Maggie Livers attended the followed by wheat bow one basket per aore broadeaet in front of the plow when lee eream rapper at Irvington last laying the corn by or follow plow with a one horse wheat drill Bitber taVery Thursday night effective Misa Mattie Helt and Messrs Clyde After catting eorn uee the Disc Wheat Drill In drilling your wheat thereby leaving the pea roots undisturbed in the ground to decay The vine will protect Miller Mora Galloway Slought Foushee your wheat during the winter and the matured peaa ean be either gathered off the and Joel Bruner were the guests on hill Sunday vine or left to decay on the ground This mode is more productive than the use A letter was received from Jake Frakea of phosphates or cotton seed As to the varieties sown in the south there are three the whlp-o-wi- ll the and Tom Smith saying that they are and that Clay and the Unknown The Olay Is white grows a very long vine and produces very much dissatisfied few peas The unknown is a medium vine about four to five feet long with very everybody Is suffering from the heat and heavy foliage It is considered the best for bay The Whipps as it is commonly dry weather sailed grows about 2J feet has better filled poda and longer and larger roots than the other It is considered the most profltabU of the three for hay seed and COW PEAS AS A CR0P dear Tfarmaa Ytt BEWLEYVILLE weekl Dr Walker la on the sick list HeM from lew u The Man of The Hour A Manifkit Portrait of Henderson Route UMk Uiiml Tim DaN hi St AND FERTILIZER Uii li 4- Gi Oitae H Drary baa a new telephone box Sre Walton jreaehed here Saturday aad Sunday at eleven eeleek MlesSallle Olarkeon begins to teach Mr and Mrs G L tfttths eblldren this week Rev Moore and Ferd MeGee were the guests of Taos J Jelly at dinner Sunday We are working for a change In our olreuit whioh will give us a parsonage Efeet Jaaa 4- 18 MSI Admiral Dewey glM 14 by 21 inohtt will be publUbjd by us shortly It ia now being printed for us on heavy plate paper in a form suitable for framing by one of the largest art lithograph houses in America in the famous French style of color plate work Every American family will want one of thoso handsome pictures of Admiral Dowey It must bo remembered that this picture will be in no sense a choap chromo but will bo an example of the very highoet style of illum inated printing It will bo an ornament to any library or drawing room Our roaders can have tho Dewey portrait at what it costs us namely fifteon cents per copy by moroly filling out tho coupon bolow and sending it to this office at onco Thore will bo suoh a demand for the portrait when it is published that wo advise sending orders in ad- Â¬ As many copies as may bo desired can bo had on ono coupon vance provided fifteen cents is sent for each copy Write name and address plainly and remit in coin or postage stamps BAST MOUND N Ma 4 in Tn Colors ataLiBtnf KVMWVW KvWsrVtraW a LtJ f t IHisi r- - JHUHMla Kmmss SestbrflU rlOl WorthlmteB Mauliwlr lies wentbbro 404 at Irvington Miss Monnie Hunter had a visitor from the Falls of Rough a Mr Moore one day last week of Mrs Blon Jolly and children Owensboro are here to visit relatives for several weeks The fact that we have had another week without rain makes the situation not a little serious Bro Moore tho Baptist minister from Powers for Koedpert IoI vvmhmh 418 499 469 Hae-ma-ta- c Ltwlsport Falcon Prtrto aklllnan P SI 81 4ft W HtwMvill for CftHneUon 1 iX m m m 11 Ted Ckjf 930 980 9 43 6 4H 10 04 10 07 10 Olertrpert Holt Addlon Fierce Lodlborc Gaston 440 449 600 608 48 607 A M M 6H 634 6 43 6 60 Stephensport Sample 618 638 680 603 B1P 6 30 35 58S S43 fertiliser To grow for seed it should bo drilled in rows about two feet apart and the ed planted any time between May ISth and June 1st It should be cultivated two or three times or even more if the ground requires it When gathered you can thresh or beat out according to the quantity The price ranges from 75 cts to 1 At present the price is 1 35 Another method is to broad cast or drill about the 1st of May get about one fourth ripe turn in your hogs and feed down Then follow by wheat in fall or wheat land after cutting your wheat Disc the ground twice sow your peas let them decay on ground sow in oats and clover in the spring thereby never falling to get a good set of clover or grass on very poor soil Whilst the commercial phosphates will produce the wheat on tho clay subsoil land did you ever Btop to think what it is doing for your land Look at your farm and you can very readily answer Before you ever used phosphates the ground after u wheat crop was covered with rag weeds as high as your head Look at them to day bearing nothing but the bare stubble of the wheat straw The reason for this is that tho phosphates draw from Instead of adding to the Boil thus making your land poorer and poorer each year Then why do you continue to impoverish your land when you can grow a pro Stable crop and at the same time improve it and in a fow years haye it in a high slate of cultivation Allow me to congratulate the farmers of Meade and Breckenridge on the interest taken in their Institute It has proven very beneficial in every section of the United States where interest was taken in it Farmer What Shall We Do Webster Irrlngton Ekron Brandenburjr I onir Branch Rock Haven Willow Dal Howard West Point Kentucky Street LoslSTiU Union Dep Ar lo m 1Q4S BIBLE READING Paper Read Before If the Ladies Aid Of the Baptist Church at Irvington by Mrs Levi Tyler Through tho lapse command of ages comes the Search tho Scriptures for in them ye think ye have eternal life and they are they which testify of me rfow can we find out what eternity means without searchingthe Scriptures and how can we know how to Join that Heavenly eternity but through this means In other words how can we know what Heaven means without Biblical knowledge This is the first and greatest reason for Bible reading the future welfare of the soul As our physician looks Into biai books and studies our peculiar ailment and finds remedies so our Heavenly Physician points through ages through the Bible our souls disease and tells us we must do this and leave undone that in ordor to obtain a perfect cure and rest from all troubles and trials We are on a sea voyage see the waves dash high watch the vessel lunge Into that wave to be hurled backward It seems every moment the ship will go to pieces The captain dashes on to the bridge Hear And Reef that Bail him command so It is on the sea of life storm tossed and almost ship wrecked Christ the See captain speaks Reef that sail He stands on the bridge The Bible and gives His command What is tho sail that Is causing the trouble It may be intemperance gambling lack of duty to family and friends untruths dishon esty malice and Bins of omission as well Â¬ Â¬ as commission Passing on from the good to be gained by Bible reading we find a wealth of luty and knowledge What Rhetorical irasea What grandeur of reasoning I Tbey rtiat sublimity of knowledge are no where else to be found in such a degreetnall the books compiled through the ages of man Jesus is asleep In the hindermost part of the vessel Btorm toased and weary His disciples awaken Him Hear the sublimity of speech Peace be still eo grand and lovely that even the winds and the waves do obey Him Listen to I am the Rose the figures of speech of Huaron and the Lily of the Valleys us tho apple tree among thorns so 1b my This is of love among the daughters Christ and His church and on further a My beloved is description of Christ white and ruddy the chlefeet among ton thousand II iu head is as the most fine gold His locks are bushy and What gems of black aa a raven thought aa portrayed in Davids 28rd Paalau The Lord Is my Shepherd I Listen to some of ball ot want etc A good the Proverbs of Solomon mhm is rather to be chosen than great tiqbaft and loying lavor rather than Let another man atbrwr and gold praite thee and not thine own mouth A AJitaranger and not thine own lips oHfMWar turnetu away wrath but aitoim words atlr up auger and hun tfraaja of other wonderful proverbs Ifopr God and keep His oosamaBd for this is the whole duty of OMpala How are we then to do this but MM tt thorough Bible reading When God wrote on the tablets of with His divine flsger the tea nppumnniilmrntn Ha told Motes to rad to the people tbu was bat noU er form of Blblleal study Through tii Intervening yaars tbey have been hajklod down to bj and we too are euuimaaided to atttdy and obey There W a ajkJtlon olrolat that binds all the kndjueala together and chains uoond oar Uvea and that k leva 1 These things ought to be taken into mature consideration Stop and think You say you are a Christian but in your heart you bear malice towards your neighbor God says Thou Shalt love thy neighbor as thyself Can you fail to do bo and yet love God No it is im possible Lovs God and keep His com mandments See the advantages of Bible reading in all respects Take down the well thumbed Biblo every night and morning and call together the family and read the word of God It wea not meant for a giltedged parlor ornament but a family text book Never neglect it a single day else you lose pearls to be gleaned amidst its ocean depths It is God glven Inspired speaking through the medium of mans mind Some learned men ha ve said that the old Testament is allegorical a Btory to rep resent hidden truths Let them believe as they please but my Moses and Ella and Noah and Abraham and Isaac are living realities I see the old man Jacob with his sweeping beard bent and double grioving for his beloved Joseph with bis coat of many colors I can bear the blows of Noah as he shapes his curious boat and see him stop to tell a passing man to repent for a terrible flood is coming See the man throw back his head and laugh at the crazy Noah I can almost see the little Moses floating in his basket of bulrushes so realistic is the story I watch him from manhood I hear the voice of God talk ing to him on Mt Sinai I see him lead ing the children of Israel through trouble and trials In the wilderness and at last see him grief spent gaiing Into the promised land You tell me all this is not true Away with the learned men with their dogmas I believe every word of the Bible from start to finish and consider it the greatest text book of life The old Testament is Just as true as the new and Moses and Ellas and Abraham and Isaac lived just as sure as the God man Jesus in the new Testament Read the Bible else how can you understand the human side of Christ To know Him and to lovo Him you must stand besido him at the bier of the widows son Go into the home of Lazarus with Him Bee Jesus weeps Onward to Hia grave and hear Him say Come forth Be with Him through His forty days and nights of temptation He resists and so must you It la Hia divine example Again buffeted and spit upon He says Father forgive they know not what they do On the cross torn with pain and terrible suffering He forgives the dying outcast Observe what lessons to be learned 8earch It for hidden truths Study It well and thereby shape your lives BIsited Dibit book DlWoe Precious treasure thou art ralnei Albt to teach me whence I some Mine to leach me what I am we love God can wo lie or steal or do any of those things He tells us not to do A man or woman going straight Â¬ forward to ruin is not in love with God A serious and dangerous disease pre vails In this country dangerous because so deceptive It comes on slowly yet so surely that it is often firmly seated before we are aware of It The name of this disease which may be divided into threo distinct stages i First Kidney trouble indicated by pain In the back rheumatism lumbago fre- Â¬ quent desiro to urinatooften with a burn ing sensation the flow of urine being copious or scant with strong odor If allowed to advance this reaches the Second stage or Bladder trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen low down between the naval and the water passage increasing desire to urinate with scald Â¬ ing sensation in passing small quantities being passed with difficulty sometimes necessary to draw It with instruments If uric acid or gravel has formed it will prove dangerous if neglected Tho Third stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmor the great Kidney and Bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam- Â¬ ous for Its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mers Swamp Root It is sold by all druggists Ana proof of the wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root a sam- Â¬ ple bottle and book of valuable informa- Â¬ tion will be sent absolutely free by mail on application to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing kind- Â¬ ly mention you read this liberal offer in tho Brkckembidoe News Hardinsburg attended church here 1066 1104 1113 610 6 is 626 634 661 667 6 08 mo yT s V Sunday and preached Sunday night uae uae 617 030 646 715 Mrs Hettie McCans who has been staying with Mrs Alonzj Bonnott speaks of visiting other relatives soon Tho Rev Green Oundlff will preach CLOVERPORT KY at Bethel school house Sept 10 th at centa send me For tho enclosed remittance of He desires 730 oclock in the evening copies Ibf the ADMIRAL DEWEY PORTRAIT in colors aa described in todays large crowd a Our congratulations aro extended to paper Mr and Mrs E L Smith of Guston Name who are the happy parents of a little girl that arrived Aug 28th Date Addree8 Mr Vettor makes the place where ho goes to work assume a very marked appearance for the better He is a fine carpenter and worthy of your patronage Miss Lena Drury frequently receives medical attention She also manifests a TO BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 646 1189 1143 663 1150am 666 1220pm 780 1285pm 746pm 640 7 8Cam WEST BOUND No Louisville Unlod Dep Kentucky Street 41 No 503 687 43- - No 45 Lr 787am 760 836 8 36 460pm Â¬ West Point Howard Wlllowdtle Rock Haven Lobe Branch Brandenburg Ekron Gallon Irvington Webster Lodlburg 885pm 846 18 8 49 887 843 868 Ha 640 648 663 609 618 6SS6 600 931 9 67 1002 1014 1024 10 31 9 03 914 9S1 044 961 643 661 preference for an old fashioned flower I for ono see where her taste is super- Â¬ ior lor the Sweet William Ib indeed a lovely flower Sunday Sept 3rd was my wedding Good Values FOR YOU AT THE Lion Coffee Prunes 2 Cans rierce Sample iphensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops SkOrnan for Cannelton Hawesville Falcon Tell City Petrle anniversary Well married life is not one of perpetual repose and has many ups and downs though my better half and myself have had a first rate agreeable time generally As Samantba says Ourloye for each other Is like two Still there rocks that cant be moved are times when I do not measure up to perfection or the contents of the pocket book fill the bill Eclipse Grocery Company 100 Lewlsport Waitman 05o 15o Polks Com Powers iforJRockport Ind 11 19 1180 raics 1140 Owensboro 11 61 Mattlngly 1166 Griffith 11 69am Stanley 12 07pm Worthington 1214 Reads Spottsville 1222 1239 Baskets Henderson 1245 Evansvllle 115 Ar 7 16pm St Louis 1001 1004 1016 1020 1032 1043 1049 1064 1104 1110 937 943 948 967 669 707 712 720 724 727 10 08 HA H 789 743 764 804 812 818 827 888 843 863 I0S6 10 46 10 49 1069 1119 1136 1139 h 9 16 921 9 29 9 38 939 947 964 1010 1040pm 905 U68pm 1216am 1220 dA 123l 1239 1265 1 125 730am Fresh Salmon MuBtard SardinoB jr Caromel Drip Syrup Quart Jar Jelly Bottlo Pickles f I Green Coffee Country Bacon 3 Bars Toilet Soap 100 Dozen Glass Tumblers per set A lOo 08o 10o 10c 05c 10c 3M oi 45 and tft have rullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Evansvllle and St Louis without change Noi 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass eager Coaehes and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville Evansyille and St Louis without change Noi 41 and BIG SPRING llleld from lait week H Meyer went to Louisville Sunday Ben Clarkson was in Holts Bottom last week Achilles Moorman went to Hardins burg Saturday There was quite a large crowd at Wm Ellens sale Tuesday Mrs Mattie Harrington of Kansas is here visiting relatives Miss Mollie Clarkson has returned to her home in Louisville Mrs Fritz of Hawesville is visiting her daughter Mrs Harry Miller Mr and Mrs O N Martin attended church at High Plains Sunday Will Curry of Louisville was the guest of Mlsa LIU Clarkson Sunday School opened here Monday Sept 4th with Mr Andrew Carrico as teacher Miss Ora Walton visited Miss Allle Reed of Brandenburg last Thursday H Meyers store will be closed Tues- Â¬ day Sept 8th on account of holiday Mack Herndon of Louisville was the guest of Miss Lill Clarkson Friday eve- Â¬ DESKK The Leading Specialists of America 070 10c 10c 43 have Parlor Cara and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Kvansvllle with out change EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisville Ky 20 YEARS IN OHIO CORED 250000 We have many other things in the grocery lino you need and see ub first Call L H St L TIME TABLE He 10 h Fordsvllle Braici 18 1809 WECURE EMISSIONS nwuliiAnwalrnaii naemsiteam ado fiusHnn of disgust and a whole train ot symptoms They unfit a man for business married No matter life and social happiness wnetner cansea oy emi nauus in youm natural weakness or sexual oxcessos our nerr juetnoa treatment will positively onre you IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE Nothing can ba mare demorallzlnc to young or raiddle aied men than tho pres- Â¬ They ence of these nightly losses HOT t WestBound Tralna East 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daily Trains Nos a and 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4 41 and 44 ning Misses Julia and Mayme Medley came home from Louisville Sunday for a few days Misses Alice Swan and Maggie Malln of Vine Grove came down to the Bap tizing Friday Rev J M Anthony of Mo came Friday and was the guest of Miss Cora Walton for a few days Dr Pritle of Howes Valley was the guest of Miss Hortense Miller Saturday evening and Sunday Â¬ their normal condition and hence the sexual organs receive proper nourishment The organs beoomo vitalised all unnatural drams or losses oease and manly nowers return No temporary benefit but a permanent cure assured NO OPBHA NO CJKK NO PAY NO DETEN TION NKlEMARY TION EltUM BU8INB6S Saktv Gomjtort kisie d Milt STEAMERS W A BBHOP rarser price Packet Line Faat Mail Line Between CURES GUARANTEED GtKET We 50 Ceata No treat and cure EMISSIONS 6TIUGTUKK NAI LOSSES NEY diseases CONSULTATION JSUUliH illKK tJHAUUSB 1UEK MODERATE If unable to call write for a QUKSTION 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School Convention Big Spring had a fire last Thursday night A dwelling belonging to Mrs Hill burned She carried a small insur- Â¬ ance The protracted meeting which was going on at the Baptist church closed Friday with sixteen additions to the fcff aaaaaai aVT Jw aVaaaal tKlW aLaal fcaT dt - FARM JOURNAL Is your psper made for jrou and ot a misfit It U as years old it Is the neat bolled dowa Farm and Household paper ia the world the biggest paper of IU slse la the Darted States of regular rt4ert 1 TELL CITY R H BALLARD Master WNEWbBLL Prtrsar PD STAGGS MALARIA ANTIDOTE HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID OENERAL TONIC NOTE The New formula ia vnrv pal atable and more effective than Quinine Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS aad YHARS the FARM JOURNAL ramaiadear of 18991900 Jjos as4 Jjej will be atat by mall fio any address for A DOLLAH SlLL Sample ofPAKM JOURNAL and circular decsrihiag BIOOLB BOOKS free wnua ATKixsosr Address CHAB V JINEINa PBtLABKUKIA I r Dally except jhwday beiweaa Laalsvllle aad New 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favorite aad reeelved maeh attention while here LILAC VALLEY Mra Will Millar of Kblaeyvllle Held favai tut week same dawn Saturday aad was tha gatst Joa Mills west to Louisville Sunday of Mr Harry Millar aad family She was aceompanled noma by Mies Jeaala Bight FriUwho baa been visiting Hisses Kbby Several from this neighborhood will and Hortenae Millar attend tha Eliubetbtewa Fair Tha following yoaax people eoaaposad Mrs Joa Mills and ehlldrea ware the a bay ride to Mr Thomas WIMUbh of guests of Mrs Sallle Mills ftmday With Vallsy last Saturday evening Lee Bandy who baa been ia Iewa far Ulatsa WilllWe Meerata Hub Miller some Una returned bona Friday Jaanle FrHa Aaaa Baraett Maad Down night Bob Miller Frank liardia Meters ThttrmoDowintSttBdy lor To Obarllt Moorauu aad Ham Moorman of any farm paper la the world It is good everywhere We offer It for a ahort time as a prise to advance paying sub seribera to the BuoKXNaiDaa News a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balaaee of 1W0 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1808 nearly five years all for tha price of our paper alone regulatM Liver and bowels invlg o rates the whole system Ion TRY IT I Batter than Quinine because It It will do BABBAGE JBfaorihuidTanmaMliln Full m -- iJ the work mo after lepras ae hewing eara or deafaaea CBRTAIN CURB For Ohllla aad Malaria levers gaaraWed AT DRUGGISTS Poat aaeeat asy tabaUtaie SOea4 100 loUlw HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY OMrMw ateeJuMibUabataaa The anaijpal 100 OR 300 PER MONTH la BY M4TT pay or yo cm 3 oMh tMsgbt aa author ol ta aebaa of the laasuwa avetas M smilihsaalar ra TKOMaasjaa of MMtc aM arfMW aeed tka aaatic acaoau e Hew ran PREP4BED tO PRACTICE OASIS IN BANKlUTOY AND ASSIGNMENTS jaayeBmjsvjaaaaaisB yoar era a a Tim pital ta aassJhM naM liltta amittt BA I 11 III amters WARTI in vactai HMTI A Wq 4Vf WfPHsf immmmmmmmmmmmmm W A WaUOsK 9t school 1lIIMsVW9i I 0 ROBINSON LOiriamUB girsrisH PETTBT KY CO f SUM WALKER BOARD W1IKK DOBS YOUR 8UB 44 OFFICE M aM MUST DENTISTS Grown Brkaft myiWutiw AJV 8CWPTI0M TO TUB NEWS iu EXrTKSr kmnanianiiiiiiu w v t Wii eWlitajwsMTwW tvJ Breckenridgk News SOUTHERN EXPOSITION Assuming Larger Proportions W WXDKMDAT 8KFT IS sseatiimmmmmBrmagmtamsmmmmmm to VlU Mtos SlaifHeM Mtasfargaret Skllhnan left last week for Oweneberp to visit Miss Emily Sim ffiose im THE A WILD tion DR DAVIESS 4- - 3- - COUNTY PAIR 7 spared to have the being TO ALL 5f fS Thin Was Anticipated tc Nashville Belmont College Mies Mannle White left yesterday to Te Be Held la New Yeflc Prom Oct resume her studies at Belmont college 3ist to Nov asthi Tenn Stock Buyer MrR H Wlllett of Leavenworth Ind a prominent farmer and stockbuy er spent Thursday in Olovorp rt Property Transferred Mrs John Allun has bought a piece of property in the lower part of town from Jeese Weatherholt Consideration 350 Pine Colt show H Drury of Bewlerville an nouncea ait exhibit of Bourbon Denmark colts at his place Saturday Sept the 10th But a few weeks remain for the prep araWoa of exhibits for the Southern Ex position It is to be held in New York from October 31st to Novpmber 26th The arrangements have assumed much larger proportions than was anticipated and success of the first show of Southern Industries and Products in the money center of the world is assured Col J J Garnett the director of the Exposition is now on a tour of the prin- Â¬ cipal cities in the 8outh closing arrange Â¬ ments for numerous exhibits Ho will meet the Governors Mayors Presidents of Exchange i Chambers of Commerce etc as well as other leading men of the various states to show the great prac-Â¬ tical benefit that the South will derivo from the Exposition Governor Johnston of Alabama fol lowing the action of Governor Bradley of Kentucky has appointed a commltteo of representative citizens which is to or canlz- - at once and procure a State ex Libit Most of the other states will take similar action The time is now at hand when every one who is Interested in the prowess of the South should mako an effort to have his particular section represented This applies not simply to city and Board of Trade- - exhibits but also to commercial displays In order to secure space in the moro desirable locations it is necessary that all Intending exhibitors should make se- Â¬ lections promptly Local firms will do well to take the matter up with llttjj delay The Exposition will be rendored par- Â¬ ticularly interesting in view of the fact that numerous prominent speakers from various Southern States havo accepted the invitation and will deliver addresses at the Exposition on the subject of the Southa progress and the advantages of- Â¬ fered in the South for the investment of Northern capital BookerT Washington oftheTuskegee Institute has arranged for an exhibit of his schools work The Womens Ex-Â¬ hibit whichJk underthe charge of Mrs F Byrd a prominent and enthusiastic Southern woman will undoubtedly be a most interesting feature The -- The Fair of 1899 pfomises more than its usual excellency No efforts c o hest Fair ever held A perfect Mid way of Side Shows should be on hai d hco space being given to all Side Shows of good repute OCT3 JH e JNU WEST SHOW FREE Mr 0 This popular performance will be an attraction worth more than it costs to see all the t Uow Fine ex- Â¬ hibition of stock Trotting pacing and running races have never been equaled by any other Fair and this year will be noexception Merchants display and other features in Floral Hall have already engaged all the space that is available Address the Secretary at Owensboro Ky for PremiumjList or other informa- Â¬ HICKMAN President complish much good for their influenco for good is only limited by their capacity and moral standing in tho community where they attempt to assert their in- Â¬ fluence Princeton Banner V CARTER Secretary Still Wants the News Mr P M Rlgdon of the Southern Mutual Life Insurance Go spent Friday in town lie matto a pleasant1 cull at the News office You may bridle the appetites but you can not bnbo the liver to do its work well You may be honest with it help it along a little now and then with a dose of HERBINE the best liver resu lator Price 60 els A B Fisher iU BjpF5 ACROSTIC brightest and boBt B iafor Breokonridge R is for reading just givo it a test Earnest and true E Btands for Editor C is for councilor and company for you K is for keepsake back numbors on filo E is for even and easy in style N stands for new nice newsy and gay R is for ready for reading they say I is for illumine and enlighten the mind D stands for dont fail tho news all to find G is for good and for Golden Rod too E is for each one to read the News through never no never forsake E is for eye all eyes wide awake W stands foir wily and will if you chooBe for the Breckenridqe News S means subcribe N is for A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLERS BUCKEYE rVJWM BB DUKES Weather very warm Farmers are yery busy cutting tobacco Charley Beavin who has had typhoid fever is getting better There was a dance Saturday night at Johnsons A nice time was roported James Jarboe and wife visited at Pates villo Saturday night tho gueBtsofTom Shaw and wife Nate Starks and wife visited Sunday on Blackford the guests of their daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs Emma Isom w e ft ysiT B U lm 8 LsXMSl Sfc3Q5 - ZliPLE j in Burled At Victoria Mra Mary Frlel one of Victorias best citizens was burled there last week She leaves three sons all grown Shewill be much missed by the Catholic church of which she was a devout member Her friends hero regret her loss Seventy Years Old Mrs Elijah Wheatley died at her home in the 70 th year of her hrp She was a consistent Christian and a devoted wife and mother She will be greatly missed in her section as she was exceedingly popular and Plaindoaler charitable Hawsville oi JS Flfci JO m HM TlaVSBra4 UftZSHslTni--- sssK ZLJML z ri rif 1P till FXIIBfcaJ IibbbbbbbbTbbI m CURE b New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JaMES F BALURD Sole Proprietor Water is becoming scarce Some per- Â¬ sons have to haul water from a distance for family purposes and stock also Mrs Eliza Wheatley died Thursday heart trouble The bereaved ones have the sympathy of their many friends of - - 310 North Malo Street ST LOUIS Ud For Bale by A R iisher Oloverport Ky Syrena Jarrett DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IF YOU DO Bonfield 111 subject to cramps and colic and baye asedfmany remedies but find Fo lies Coliofcure beats them all W L Yeasts A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt I am Ls THE PRICE OF BEEF 40 Hardlnsbure - To AvoldA Wedding of the Southern WomonaClube Mr Robert Brows and Miss Nannie Chambers a prominent young couple of and of individuals as well is desired by this county were married in Oannelton Mrs Byrd and should be extended It should be the endeavor of every Sunday It was not an elopement but on account of recent grief in the brides Southener to foster an exhibit be it of family it was done to ayoid a wedding agriculture mining fruit education or manufacture Hawesville Plaindoaler The charges for space are exceedingly Besides curing soro eyes and granulat moderate For particulars as to these ed lids in every case where used Suther-Â¬ and for all other Information Col 7 J lands Eagle Eye Salve the great EYE Garnett Director Southern Exposition TONIC has precluded the necessity of Grand Central Palace N Y should be spectacles with thousands both young addressed and old It strengthens the eyesight O Is prepared especially for the eyes and is recommended for nothing els9 Good Btarstk Btgnitsn druggists sell it of Defective Flue Closes Fire The house occupied by George Wilson burned to the ground last Thursday at noon The fire was caused by a defect ive flue in the kitchen Nearly all of his household effects were saved The house was a one story dwelling located on the hill and was a part of the Joel Allen property It was owned by the Allen heirs Program Tha Kind You Haw Always Bwght for Teachers Association Program for Teachers Association to be held at Union Star Saturday Sept 16th 1800 County Superintendent Call to order County Superintendent Address How to Teach Primary Reading and W T Lain Spelling How to Secure the Beat results in Intermediate Reading Mattie Hook and Eva Oashman How and When to Introduce SupÂ¬ plementary Reading Maud Briruley and Eliza Ritchie Hbw to Secure Discipline in a School Lonniu Hall and Herman Lay Discuss the Relation of Psychology O E Robinson to Teaching Best Method ot Studying Geography S The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it is putting in a new press that will print 200 copies a minute y ft Is the beet iarm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pieces We have made a special arrangement by which we are able to 8T DeJernett send the Farm Journal for the balance True Purpose in Studying History of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1902- and Hbw to Teach Oiyll Government 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers Ida Gardner of the BasoxxNBiDas Nkws who pay a Value of Physiology as a Study and Harold Beard How Taught year la advance How to Secure the Goodwill of par entaand Insure Regular Attend Â¬ done East Mary Ford and Dee ance Basham Misses Anna and Franoes Hennen ot School Library and How to Haweevtyle pawed through this place on Value of One The Association Obtain the train last Wednesday They will Adjournment Andrew Dbiskkix Pros visit their anola at Durham N H and A Bykan Cart Viae Pree sister Mrs Mason at Eaeton Pa their From there they go to New York to wit Louisville the Mecca ness the Dewey celebration They were aoeompanled as far as Oiheinati by their The last week of this month will be a sister Mrs Robert Klum and Mr Hiram gala one for Louisville The trotting meeting is already attracting the atteni Klum tien of lovers of that class of sport and Cteverport Bathing Club a Success the one fare ratetto Louisville on account The meet enjoyable occasions of this of the trots will All the Falls City with summer have been the bathing parties at visitors from all the adjaeent teritory Coney Island the saceeee of which Is due Seisf Dews Hill the ysMngtnen who have been untiring efforts to make them pleasant People suffering from Kidney Diseases la their Th slab la eottpeeed o nine young feel a gradual hut steady loss of strength mea They have chartered Mr Sawyer1 and vitality Tbey should lose no time boat the Pastime for the season and the ia trylag Foleys Kidney Care a Guar trip to the beach are made semi weekly aateed Preparation A R Fisher OloÂ¬ the yoaag men is verport E AWltt Hardineburg This movement maefc eajjoved and appreciated by the Money Pound young ladies who have been their wests A earn oi money was teand o a a dry A Harrow goods box In the depot at GlendeaBe Kj words written by Mr Ada It will be retaraed to owner upon Tliankl ptoef of ownership D HWmi k Harry Moorman with a bd eeW which settled on ay Qleadeaa Ky todly termlnat lttiWH Â¬ EHttOot me lima 4lGoafnnMtM oskt roffirjJoeuKS gage Hve nil mmm-i kM Mrs HUa LaNeaye who has been with to 7 Savior with my her parents Oast and Mm Bngitoh for doteiri4UIooUiMtMjr vmU neet my ah seme weeks has geae to lenaeatee ea My haebaad was ad fcttlMte She will vieUtfaehviHe Freak seotsnastheva VeraaMf before her refer to OioverpsH safiag I eooW IgftvemyeeU bat a short la Tennessee MaesmatkI It has owed me saved and Am i nb4 Ptee MM we- - Tital bottles faeaaiJmort auu Keaojar swe aw fWMf VM A Has mm la town ilMlfrr JNWBP ftrvw Hf YaVar tJ vtae owe asm Gnaiaateed or prtoe refaadea wcshwh w ia the Heeoad MnatMtrial Dlatrtet least 10000000 So the supply of cattle per capita today is more than ono thlrd Why it Is Higher Than It was Some less than it was in 1892 But the ability to buy beef for domestic consumption is time ago A Boon to tho double per capita what it was two or Farmers three years ago And therein lies the chief reason for the advance in the price Facts and figures disprove the charge of beef mado in some of the Eastern newspapers So long as the demand for beef grows that the recent advance in the price of by what it feeds on there is no power beef is the result of trade manipulation on earth that can keep the price of beef Investigation amonz Stock Yards com- down until tho stock raisers can increase mission houses cattle dealers and pack- Â¬ the size and weight of their herds ers very clearly ahowa that increased Times Herald cost of the raw material is unquestiona- Â¬ bly the cause of appreciation in the The pain of a burn or scald is almost value of the product Reliable BtatiBtics instantly relieved by applying Chamber- Â¬ confirm the statement- - of commission lains Fain Balm It also heals the in- Â¬ firms and cattlemen that receipts at the jured parts moro quickly than any other grpat packing centres of the West have treatment and without the burn is very numerically decreased and this deficiency severe does not leave a scar For sale by is emphasized by the fact that thousands A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell of cattle in excess of previous years man Stephensport known as feeders are this year being diverted from the market to the farm flaking the Race of His Life where tho prolific corn crop of tho West Little old Jo Blackburn is making the profitably may in this way bo most race of his life in the present contest utilised During the past week no Jess than but it is not equal to a race he made 0000 head of cattle were sent out from many years ago When Abe Buford Chicago to Western feed lots being more was the great horse king of the Blue than half ot the entire shipments of live grass he sent Joseph a broken down cattle In addition to this as legitimate race horse that had in its day won fame reason for advancing tendency in the and reputation no other in fact than In the market is the greatly increased demand the famous old Checkmate upon general prosperity and palmy hoes race days it was customary consequent the largely enhanced consumptive abili- to start a horse at the tap of a drum and ty of well employed labor As showing Checkmate knew the full meaning of the One day old Jo rode the great power of the present consump Â¬ noisy Checkmate into Versailles on some ertive demand it 1b only necessary to call attention to the fact that while the rand and was sitting astride of the critter receipts of hogs are larger than last year talking to a friend when a minstrel prices for live hogs are nevertheless 75 parade came swinging down the street cents per 100 pounds higher at Chicago As it approached there was a loud bang on the drum and Checkmate leaped into than in 1808 are the air and started down the street and There are many other reasons that material factors in considering present out the Lexington turnpike at a speed Among them may be cited that almost paralyzed the now flying conditions clasped the diversion of many Texas herds to Joseph The great statesman around Checkmates neck and Cuba which otherwise would be now his arms important addition to current domestic held on like grim death as he flew past the astonished people like a streak of supplies greased lightning Three miles out he The Northwestern ranges are more lightly stocked than for many years and succeeded in stopping the critter and it prices are higher than ever before for is a story still told in the Bluegrass re gion that old Jo wasnt able to sit or range herds exceptionally active condition of walk for weeks after this the greatest An Illustrated Ken the trade coming at a period of some Â¬ race of his life tuckian what restricted supply has resulted naturally in materially advanced values Good old Granny Metcalf of Kentuc- Â¬ for liye slock average cattle prices now being higher 4ban at any time ky 80 years old says that Dr Bells current is the beet Grip cure alnee 1884 We may cite for instance Aug 241800 Ceugb Lung and Bronchial remedy that that in the week ending the average price of good 1300 to 1500 has been offered to the people during pennd steers was 575 while last year her Life Bold Everywhere similar eattle averaged 95 per hundred Preachers la Politics pounds The top prise for best beeves 1800 was 666 Beeaaee some of the leading ministers daring this period in for last August the top prlee was of the Gospel throughout the State have while 1676 per hundred pounds This shows so forcibly expressed their views upon an advanee for the current year of 11 the Isaacs of the day has sussestedthe Have preach to 13 per head on the different grades very pertinent question right to take part la pouuesr- - un of oatUe These fasts are we think en a sufficient to aeeoant for the higher questionably they have As eitfaensof prloes for beef that have recently at the United States they have the right tracted attention and well posted peo and it is incumbent upon them that tbey pie ia all bnBehes of the trade feel that do take pajt tfaoagh the character of the compared with eurrent pnees on we part they lake often determines the ex If they hoof wholesale aaoUtions are equitable tent of their political laAaeaee and conservative and are tally warrant mix up In surface polities they may ex ed by all the easily ascertained tasters pect to get their clerical skirts bemud that control the situation We wnet died and to aeeosapllsh but little good congratulate the fawners and raisers of If they undertake to deal with the slum cattle who are temporarily at leasti politician the hlatanUmonthed dema Â¬ pattlelaateN in the prosperity el the ROga the foolish ftUaeies of tne po pea paehess they may reasonably lities wastry Ohieage Drovcre Joareal expect to he eamewhat woisted in the Ego muMheroi ayallaWe bed eettte genual osteoma Bat ea the other hand if they deal honestly and siacerely has JaUea aWftMt liLMOOOOor tar 4mm ia with the acnes ol the day a erery other I time the atpnimloB has iaeteaeed at hsttcet cttiaea should do they cans Â¬ Â¬ rat-tat-t- Corn is drying very fast and will soon have to be cut The crop is very good in this section though late planting will fall short by half MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICES ON News says it is not much on poli- Â¬ The Etc tics any way We see where it is right the rump party which it advocates has had its political tail dehorned School commenced Monday with W LONQ DISTANOE TELEPHONE 494 W Dunn toacher Miss Agnes Gordon Our school bids assistant Fatesville M HARDIN fair to be the best taught here for a long F R WILDER Brandenburg Ky 628 Fourth St Louisville Ky time Rev H C Hook will Next 8unday Din- Â¬ preach Mrs Eliza Parsons funeral ner will be earved on tho ground Ser- Â¬ vices will bo held in the evening Bring your basket and have a good time The littlo Democrat of the News is not lacking in any particular He or she is a Every Wcdnesdny and Thursday after the whole Bouled democrat as broad as the IN IRMINPTnN 111 inVlllUlUn Fourth Monday in Each Month universe ana is justly worthy as standard Difficult work auch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty bearer of true democracy JP Lumber WRITE TO WILL COMPANY Doors Shingles Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY J HARDIN WILDER 3DE3STTIST1 Good work guaranteed We trust that the purifiers of Kentucky democracy if there are any in Oloverport or surrounding country will go out Fri- Â¬ day night and hear Hon William Goeb el confesd their sins and ask to be reclaimed Latest appliances used Â¬ As an external liniment of most won derful penetrative power BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is not equaled by any other in the world Price 25 and 50 cents A R Fisher MY AMBITION IS NOT TO BE OUTDONE MY iDRUG STORE OWENSBORO CROSSING We haye had a nice rain Jack Pumphrey went to Mt Vernon last Sunday The wedding bolls are beginning to ring in this neighborhood Mort Pumphrey is staying with his aunt Mrs A J Gross Mr and Mrs Fred Jones were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jack Jones last week Wm Newman has returned home after two weeks visit with relatives in Owensboro Business has taken a move forward Two saw mills are running at full blast within hearing distance Mrs Belle Hathaway after a weeks stay with relatives returned to her home in Owensboro last Sunday Misses Agnes and Lou Crenshaw and Gordon McGayock attended the ice cream supper at Mt Vernon Saturday IS VERY COMPLETE IN ALL LINES OF Pure Drugs Chemicals Toilet Articles Etc Â¬ 1 I TRY TO STUDY THE INTEREST OF MY PATRONS With a carefully selected stock of Only the Best and a graduate In phar- Â¬ macy you see results from every dose of modicine Have your Pres- Â¬ criptions componnded here and see the virtue of Pure Drugs YOU SHARE THE PROFITS IN BUYING GOODS FROM ME When in have your friends to Irvington make my store your hoadquarters meet you here GIVE ME A CALL WHETHER YOU BUY OR Very Truly Yours NOT R iiEB-vxna-Tca- P THE sr UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS DRUGGIST Â¬ iKrsr Pine-Tar-Hon- ey night Richard Newman and sister Miss Maggie were visiting the Misses Polk of Toblnsport Ind Saturday and Sun Â¬ The Cumberland Telephone day Misses Addie and Maggie Newman and eousin Mrs Hathaway of Owens boro spent the day last Thursday at Mrs Telegraph Company announces the following night rates Â¬ Crenshaws Miss Presle Crenshaw who has been visiting relatives and friends near Jolly for the past three weeks returned home last Tuesday Mrs Thomas Ryan and little daughter have returned home after a three weeks stay with her parents Mr and Mrs R M Crenshaw to all toll stations in their territory These rates go into effect August 1 Where the Day Rate ia 36 oents the Night Ram will be 0 eents Ur l II II II H II if 5 0 II II II II Â¬ II II I II II M II K ii ii M Â¬ ll II II 40 45 50 ii 55 II AA i II II II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II II II M I II II II gQ 1 ii II II go 2h 86 30 All other messages the rates will be lor night one half the day rate Â¬ Â¬ Rlehard Newman says he has a rocky road to travol to see his girl and said he hopes the service of the rook orusher will reaeh this neighborhood We regret to note the death of Mrs Priel who died last Tuesday evening Her remains were laid to rest last Wd nesday in the it Rese oejnetery Ttii IB15 UVBMIUfU r MtMP IMHU i aM iMt It fmmffl To wMf OjimVOlXA m mk ill win k ii BHkfaMtbi m CCyme im RtN Mesa tiMfmySmuvifkmi romuck cotw cricw miiHlflHfliH BRECMKRrDGE D It T 1SEWS QLENDkANE JeffOifwilealefc Jaoge Xereer wae la Iowa 8a4ajr - balm ordinary bnaklMt time Ia hto yoMar dare Mr Moorman brought down deer In Arkansas aud out there atqalred an Naerring aim A running fox nerves him for a death ebot every SEEING SIGHTS MMMg 0 MnOw ana FNftMfn if WEDNESDAY 8EPT 15 1M0 EIGHT PAGES J I CAMM f THAKK8 UMmmc imiUM 10tttrerHt wg4 w Its Him Nr4 far at Nr cmH ta r4 I WMBI IX ASVAStS ANNOUNCBMBNT We an aatboriaed to announce John A- - Barry m a candidate for election to Ui office of Representative from c unty rabjeet to tee action of g the Daiocrli prty Mr Blackburn ts making a great effort to Ret bark lata the United states S h ate Prbbidbnt MoKimlky has been Invit- Â¬ ed to Loutflvllle in October to th great Street Carnival Thk nin of last Saturday broke the neaieu speii m una wcuoo aim y row be treated to eome delight- fill fall weather Senator Mori IP if Vermont that in politics he waaabeo- lutelv incorruptible and ho served in the Initpd States Senate continuously lor 32 year - It was said of the lat- Tub Republicans of this county are preparing to make a crand tUnd display at Hardinsbuig Monday Ootobor U Prominent Republicans from all over the state are expected to be present in politics should be to suggest some measure that will best servo his constituents and bring the greatest good to the great- Â¬ est number We do not sanction that which tends to array one olass of our business interest in this country against Mans highest ambition another Ip Mr Goebels visit to Uardinsburg last Saturday did nothing more it served to bring together as good a class of citizens as could be turned out in any county in the state Prosperity too ems tbe in every bodye path There was no complairt of bard times from any quarter Report from the crops was good and our county and her peo- pie are evidently prospering l i v 4 Bko Biohamh lecture here Monday night was n telling speech against the liquor traffic No man can refute his arguments They are absolutely true The Bontiment against whisky is growing and there js no doubt in the minds of the good people of the town that when the chance comes to vote on the 1 question the saloons will have to go The way they are run in this town is a Â¬ 1 r 1 disgrace to any community 1 Mb Goebels speech at Hardinsburg Saturday was directed mainly at the L I N railroad Cto people ought not to a allow themselves to be prejudiced I against the railroads as a rule by the b statements made by Mr Goebel He 1 seems to have a special grievance against t this particular corporation Railroads generally do much toward the develop- ment of a ountry notwithstanding Mr J Uoebels hostility to them We believe I that they should be made to respect tbe Out law as are all other institutions I we do not believe in creating a prejudice I among the oeople against them unjustly 4 It is very gratifying to the uatrons and friends ot the Henderson Route in this town and county to see the very pxcel ent shotting made in their aunual state ment just sent out The road is in a nrnnnMrnnn rmiilitlnnmnVlnir mnripv anil imnrnvinc iln lanilitlnn nil of wliirh 1 speaks well for the management of those who are at the head of ita affairs It is one of the best roads iu Kentucky today and has done more or the advancement of Breckenridga county and rhn JMrrinn tiirnnirh whlnh It rnnn llinn fiy other institution in it No road inthe steie is in ciuser ioucii wuu lie patrons and does more to advance the material nteresta of its section than does the i Texas Its freight rates are reasons- ble and uniform and shippers tell us they are tbe lowest of any road in tbe 0 state They dont stick on the tariff where they have no competition The shipper at the Falls of Rough gets as 8 low a rate as the shipper In Oloverport where they coma in competion with the 1 boats The passenger seryici on tbe main line and on the branch is excel- lnt aad all that an exacting public 1oouldask If all railroads were run on the same liberal policy as the Header 4on Route and we dont know that they are sot Kentucky would blossom like a Wose Â¬ is harmless and will remove -- perfectly It Is also a tonic and by Tfljr worm Jtito strengthening properties will restore pal obeeks the rosy hue of health TM oa 25 eta A K Fisher J WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE IbHbbI i BbHLsH P A GREAT OPPBR frm BaHBBSai HH11H -- r fcr jMintal From Now to Decern1003 Nearly Five Years - flhsaH ikUdal m arrangement made with tbe the Farm Journal we are to offer that paper to every sab- who pave for tbe Bhimhcbmrimk year ahead for oalv 1 both for the piloe ofouw oaly our year aa4 the rum Jeursal sow to December 190 aearly five eara as etd The ram jouraal tabJJebed paper enjoying great popti- vi voo lwo iu mvn ntvtni aaeMfl tmhllihad WW pWWFB Xhk oh- - abeuM be accepted ly W O Meormaa was in Loalsytlle laet time week Little Harry Moorman found tt la Carroll Vessels of Oweasbora ts here gold several days ago and sueeeeded ia Judge Ahl and Sheriff Burton VNftUntr retaUrer fiadlngtbe owner aad reetoilng tbe lore Visit the National Capital Ueadeaae soll etghty lliree tieketa to Another pleasing ease of hunnrry in a Hotite boy This world la pretty Rood llHiiliaebarg 8tor0y Prom There They go to Philadelphia Dr JL U Greea Loutsvllle Is vMU lots better than many people tbluk Whose Sice IntprMses Tbem and there are multiplied thousands of at Mr Charly Robertsons boys and gtrle who are growing up only Walter Curtis of Albion 111 Is with to make it better than it eyer has been Eoitoh BnacKRKiuaK Nxwk Mr T L Curtis for the winter As I am some distance from bow and The writer ba the utmost eonfidenoe la iHlly Mattlngly was In Owensboro aud chlklrm aud fiade them all good He am thinking of going on farther JSeet etber parts ot Daviess county last week oant And the bad boy that teaehets and staying over to tbe National Prison Congress to which Gov Bradley Glen Pisher is running extra on the and other people talk about has commissioned tue a dskgite which freight He will niorit promotion early Billy Mattingly owned tue bow pair of meets 33d Btt Moon- - MeDanielshaa lately been mules in this Motion of the state but 27th Iat Hartford Conn Sept with to feel like communicating the them one day laet week by a tree over here haudling a big lot of fertil z r across tbem killing them almost tax payers who may fear 1 have left and aluiK Behonl opened Monday with fine pn auily The driver narrowly escaped they be deprived of that patriotic pi inspacts lor tbe best Win Glendeane has ure of making their annual contribution M i were f lliug the tree and an unex ever had of taxes To such I will say fear not I il wind took it in the contrary dl io Hinry Moorman li s kAi s study am coming and furtuer wish to tell i c i ii oausing it to fall across tho team law Henillenteia Ih sohoul iu a you in our good county paper some thlug Mhiuu WkB considered in a safe position Bhort time Mr Mattlngly had repeatedly refused of what we have aeon Miw 300 for the mulea No blame 1b given John Deane and his sister Judge Wm Ahl and family and Amaoda are at French Lick Springs f it to anyone as the accident was not due myself together with our two dieting a few weeks uished colored citizens Felix and Grit to oareleseneM Miss Mary Peyton Falls of Rough Styles Howard one of the best teachers Hamblelon left Hardinsburg Sunday visited Miss Mary Moorman several in the county is teaching perhaps tho morning September Hd We arrived in tlavfl last week best payng school Breokenridge has Louisville on time and found John Genial polite popular Dr IlarrlH of Ho received the appointment this year Daniel We then lost both Hainbleton Falls of Rough was a caller at Glen- Â¬ to the Stato College With the begin Â¬ and John and have not found tbem yet deane Sunday ning of the now year he will go to Lex Â¬ The Judges wife and daughters on ar Billy Mattingy went to Bewloyville ington for a full course in Mechanical riving at Louisville stopped off and Monday to purobate a pair of mules from Engineering Utopia will then have placed the Judge in my hands to guard two boys at the A and M two fellows and to guide which I have done up to Pierce Hardaway If this date to the best of my ubility W 0 Moorman purchased a fine pair any county would bo proud to claim We took passage on the C aud O and we are judged abroad by the works of of mules from George Drury last week had a rough night Daylight on the 4th Robert Moorman and Styles Howard old Prico paid 27750 found us at Thurmond West Va We Lafe Withers of Kirk was in town Breckenridge may safely feel that she is continued to climb the Alleghany moun reckoned as good as tho Bluegrass or Sunday A fair Glondeane face smiles tains and the Kanawha river for ubuut any other Bectlon him a pretty welcome 100 miles to the Virginia line I must I agree that its right to ask questions say I have very poor opinion of West Venule Moorman Deckervillo Ark has been visiting his parents for several but how many people ask about things Virginia I like tho Stato for but one which are really none of their business I weeks Ho returned Friday thing they do it tool place and that ts base ball Trie best And how pertinaciously I saw in the State for a yard the Jess Clarkson Big Spring bought cat- Â¬ They will force you to answer or to use left fielder would be at least 400 feet tle here last week He bought between an evasion that has a close kinship to higher On such a than the right 120 aud J00 head at 4 cents falsehood One of my new year resolves diamond work would be preferable nnd The Glendeane Sunday School will at tho close of 98 was Ill ask no un- Â¬ have a day of picnicing before long reasonable questions nor will I answer more profitable At Clifton Forge we changed from Particulars are being arranged this any that in my judgement are better Central to Eastern timo hence we had week unanswered It is a hard resolve to Mrs Dewees who has bean very ill of keep and the first part is harder than to set our watches up one hour We tvphoid fever for several weeks is much the last I found the other day a list of passed over some of tho finest mountain improved and promises to bo out again ten questions I wroto out a good many scenery in the world and finally reached years ago I wrote them the day before very nice country down in Virginia in a short while Took a good look at Bull Run where so Being engaged in a meeting ehowhere I was to meet Frank James as I then By the was going to interview him much Union blood was spilt Bro Rutledge failed to reach Goshen thought I you know and write it up for tbe Nfws way Virginia soil has drunk more Mr Charley Robertson con- Â¬ Sunday I failed luckily failed to see him Only patriotic blood than uny State iu the ducted the services We passed over the a Baiut could have endured those ques- Â¬ Uuited States The colored people who had no school tions without running me out of the Potomac river at 3 oclock p m and here last year will have their housu fixing me up so I could took a look at the Capital and grounds ready by next week Ed Beard a pop- Â¬ state Texas or Tuesday September 5th We first vis Â¬ never get out alone Often whon wo do ular teacher has been employed not know bow to deport ourselveB luck ited the navy yatd wo found it vnry Lawrence Vessels leaves for home is on our side and we get through fairly beautiful Ttie first thiug of special in Â¬ this morning Lawrence has been up well aud no man needs a constant mer- Â¬ terest was two cauuona captured by here all summer and has made a host of ciful protecting Having good luok any Commodore Decateur from the Tnpol friends who hate to see him leave more than he who indiscriminately and tans in IS04 They were made iu BarRobert Moorman left Sunday for his persistently and constantly asks about celona Spain Tue students of that town hut about 15 months since acted second year at the Slate college at Lex Â¬ the private affairs of others in such a way one would be led to be Â¬ ington He is taking the civil engineer- Â¬ The August number of Homo and lieve they knew nothing of this history ing course which requires four years School beads a column with tho startling though 1 guess they Its a pleasure to attend the Glendeane words Man a Habitual Liar and quotes sincewhich will call have hud unimuder up remiuisoeuceB of Sunday School under the Superinten- Â¬ two eminent ministers in proof of the American courage The vast amount of W 0 Moorman dence The i arnest heading One saya Through its em- Â¬ ness of the teachers and the enthusiasm phasis of the superlative our age is in aud ponderous weight aud destructive ability of the machines brought into ex Â¬ ot the children aro beautiful sights danger of losing all power to tell the istence here should teach every nation The lively school girl caut find on earth Joe D Owen and a Mr Woods recent- Â¬ truth to respect liberty und every ly put an eye hurting whiteness upon an adverb that expresses the degree eho American to love his country I our school house so thoroughly did wishes to state the young orator finds mention but few as my paper is cant Bure to they paint it The fences etc are being no appropriate adjectives short of the be too long to fit anything but the waste the good old basket whitewashed this week till Utopia Hill multiplied superlatives Oue of greatest interest is a is a thing of beauty farmer must depart from reason just a rapid bring gun that I could shoulder Miss Nellie Moorman left Monday for little when he tells the yield of bis soil and when mounted can be handled Ruseellville where she enters school for or the bIzs of his best potatoes or beets easily by one man It sends forth the year At Irvington she was joined the good talker wants his statements to 400 shots as large as a hens cg in one by Miss Mollie Lyon who has been at be superior to what the other fellow said minute I will mention one other and the writer that is a guu ready to mouut on Ruseellville two years Miss Nellie and bo stretches truth our is one of our brightest and most popular for tho political paper but why talk good ship Kentucky It 1b 57 feet long Ho never could hit and will cost when girls and many sighs attend her depar about him mounted 160000 the truth and is missing it further all Each shot will cost about 700 1 thibk ture A candidates paper lies for him Our new merchant Mr Stum has been time there is but one menace to liberty on the in possession since the first of the the opposition paper lies against him American continent that would justify But seriously such an expensive shot month A full store cheap goods a big Whats the difference and that one Lets watch the thing is Goebel and the good ship Ken- Â¬ trade courteous treatment and delight why not call a bait ful customers are the dally sights at bis tendency toward exaggeration check it tucky should fire it reasonable be truthful even though immense establishment Jeff Owen be We next visited the Library Building make people open remains with him and Jeffs a gem sales our statements do not which ia said to be the finest building in their eyes and gape in wonder Heres man the world and I believe it There is no for truth plain and simple Truth in use for me to try to aescribo its grandeur Louis Ashley has been laid up for the talk Truth in writing Truth in all last four weeks the first time in life that things and beauty Suffice it to day there has bo far as we can know been enough of the finest marble in the he has been unable to be at his work He went up to Hardinsburc Saturday Do you keep chickens you world wasted here to have erected a Then not because hes a Democrat for hea a ought to have the Farm Journal We monument to every man woman and faithful honest good Republican jolly give it iu clubbing with the Breckkn cliild in Breckeurldge county and each and fair and willing to hear an intelli Â¬ kidok News both for the price of our made sufficiently large to inscribe all gent discussion from any reputable paper only Pay up a year ahead and their good acta and many of their bad source He thinks hell be able to keep the Farm Journal will come for the bal ones There is something like one hun- Â¬ going now ance of 1809 and all of 1900 1901 1002 dred great marble columns about forty The latest breakfast appetizer for Dave andi903 nearly five years and gdt to feet tall which I did not fully under stand but they seemed to be used for Moorman and Tom Owen is fox hunting you if you are on this planet distinguished visitors to inscribe their They rise with tbe morning star have a Invitation Declined names on On one we saw Moses chase and sometimes their game bagged IIardinbhurci Sept 0 1809 The Can Â¬ another Plato another Goethe another didate of the Republican party Hon Teuuyson Longfellow Burns Fulton FREE TO NEWS READERS Jno P Haawell hoslnade appointments Newton Franklin eto They had guards to speak in the county and baa visited there to look after the bouse and want A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Exte- Â¬ Jno A Barry tbe Democratic Candi- ing to do right about it I asked one of rna Pimples Scrofula Bolls Blood date These appointments were made them if those columns were to carye the Poison Cancer Eto without consultation with the Demo- Â¬ names of visitors of distinction on which Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin Di Â¬ cratic committee or with Mr Barry and question be answered with a nod and Whereupon I introduced seases Eruptlops Pimples Scrofula the dates are not suitable and are such strong smile him to Judge Ahl of Breokenridge coun Â¬ Eating Sores Uloers Cancer Eczema that Mr Barry cannot conveniently Skin Scabs Eruptions and Sorea on meet and therefore the invitation is de ty Ky and told him I was tht sheriff Children Rheumatism Catarrh Itoblng clined by the Damooratio Oominitteee and perhaps tbe largest oue in tbe Mate and with his ooasent tbe Judge and I Humors Etc For these troubles a pos Â¬ on behalf of Mr Barry wquld use but one of tbe columns pro Taaaa Whitwobth itive specific ob re is found ia B B B ducing a rusty knife to do tbe carving at Botanic Blood Balm the most wonder- Â¬ Ohrm Democratic County Ex Com once bat oaly got bis consent to leaye ful blood purifier of the age It baa Just as good Whenever a druggla which we did But I tblnk be repented been thoroughly tested for the past tells you be has something uet as good and would bave given ue tbe column thirty years aud has always oured eyes for ooughs oolds grip etc as Dr Bells for be called to us to come bock old the most deep Beated persistent eases he is thinking of hie Kentucky but we west on to be Capi Â¬ after doctors and patent aiedieiaea bad profit aad not ot your welfare Good tol and hired a guide te show ua leas of all failed B B B oures by driving oat druggists will sell you what you ask for the building than we could liave eeaa by of tbe Wood the poisons and humors aad you oaa ask for nothing as good as ourselves Bat we wanted tbe people to which eauee all these troubles and a Dr Bells Good drou Â¬ know that we Keatuakiaaa bad SI eeata eare U thus made that is permanent ghts sell lb aad were not afraid to spend It ia tbe Conteteaa Blood Poisoa producing WIN Return Next Week Capitol balldlBg After examining tbe IntMeue Swollea Glands Uloerated Throat aad Moutb Bt eared by B B Mr Mike Jangling former maafelniet aeoasttes ef tbe baUdlng aad beiaa B tbe only remedy that oaa aesaally attbesbepe and paw aeaneeted with aatUaed with tbe eeandi and that our M eure thla trouble At druggists 1 per tbe L KM railroad at Svaasvllle and eeate was goae froaa as foreVet we de-large bottle six large bottles full treat-- Mr Wjb Hobea a prominent Merchant aided to eliwb to tb dome aad I aw meHtt W every reader ef tbe News from EvaMvlile were la town several dome sorry tbftt guide why get our 96 We may test B B B we will send a trial days laet week tbe gttteta of Mr J Q eeabi did not bave to da likewise bottle free Write today Medleal ad Harris They win return next week climbed hhMI we were Sired almost to viee Fkkk Address Blood Balm 0 whea tbey will foakjnto tbe oil buel datb three times and did not seem to be any nearer tbe top tbaw whea we 816 Mitchell St Atiaata Ga aeaslB tutiseotioa Curs for When the children get their feet wet and take cold give tbem a hot foot bath a bowl of hot drink a dose of Ayera Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are they will be Con- Â¬ all right In the morning tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis- Â¬ appeared Old coughs are also cured we mean the coughs of bron- Â¬ chitis weak throats and irritable Even the hard coughs lungs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds Removal t it SALE After a whole months unprecedented and hundreds of dollars worth of desirable sold Quarters arebetng prepared for us fore the removal is the time for you to buy business hundreds goods remain un- elsewhere and be- A large stock of fj 4 t Â¬ Aflers ChesTU pectoral Pvrv Annlnr linnwn thflt wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing dnd healing inflamed throats and lungs 1 I Put ono of Dr Ayers Shoes Clothing and Dress Goods MUST Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your Bungs We now hare some ot the inoit emi SUtei nent cliytlclana la the United experi Unaiual opportunities and long ence eminently Ot them for KlvliiE joa medical dlce Write freely all the particular In Toarcate Addrets Dr J C AYER V Lowell Mau0 K Â¬ go M Advlac Free I Tho Beat Medio Not the top or bottom crust but the middle ofttief pie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Piae-Tar-Hoa- first began but we did not stop I never was bo thankful in my hie that God con founded the speech of that tribe who started that tower to heaven and caused them to go on a strike for higher wages Tnereby gelting tlm graded road by Grace through Faith that not by climbing lest a little man should boast When on lop the eutiro District of Co- Â¬ lumbia sfems under your feet You cou d spit tobacco juice any where in Virginia or Maryland or throw a rock into the middle street of Bslltown We carta down and though a bachelor can truthfully Bay I am proud of my descent We next took in tbe War and Navy building and it ia too big to describe It is large enough to hold sufficient men to plan to whip the world more easily than the army can catch Aguinaldo Wo noxt walked around McKinleys back yard Ue never came out to meet us andWe took the road for Washing- Â¬ ton monument but we nsver undertook any more Jacobs ladder business this day nor next either and if I over do I want to say Dont you grieve after me for I need sympathy We next went to Pennsylvania Av- Â¬ enue between the Presidents mansion and the Capitol building and there found an old negro man without any diseruible Democratic blood in his viins from whome I bought a large warm roasting ear for which I paid in Bound money one cent and after con- Â¬ sumption was more satisfied than eyer before that a man could liye cheaply in thlj grdat country and that two centa would replace all the fatty matter lost in cl inbing the great dome Two oclock and off for Philadelphia Dont like Maryland much but it suited me better than West Virginia or Vir ginia either Baltimore ia said to be a great town but I cant say with author-Â¬ ity our train diving undsr the city It must be a great manufacturing city as the ground was so full ot emoko that we The only avenue I almost suffocated saw was Pennsylvania avenue We came out of a dark hole tothe light and a stop was made and a cry Pennsylvania avenue A lot ol people got out and went to climbing straight up That is the first perpen- Â¬ dicular avenue I eyer saw and still re Â¬ membering tbe dome I went baok in the hole with the smoke and sped on- Â¬ ward toward Philadelphia and finally found the place above ground with houses stuck up nearly to the clouds Philadelphia is about tbe size of Ball town Rockvale Hudsonville Ouster Irviuglou Alooleyville Oloverport and the intervening country Her roads are better than either the Balltown or Hud- Â¬ sonville roads They have a road tax here at Philadelphia and there are lota of fellows here for Hardy Walker and the road tax Judge Ahl and myself sat up until 10 oclock p m and when we started to retire they told us they laokedone hun Â¬ dred beds of baying one for us The Judge thought we were in a hole again but I knew about tbe road tax and I eaid Judge you follow me we will go over in Montgomery county only 96 mllM away where we will get a good bed cheaper which we did to oar en- Â¬ At tbe cost 06 oenta tire satisfaction each for the ride on an electric oar we made tbe trip much quicker than wo oould bave gone from Oloverport to Falle of Rough with oar preeeat roada Tuesday morning the Judge was so wall pleased we went five wiles fartber to Wliow Dale Park one of tbe flutet parks ia tbe world We saw Jobn Wan aaraakers borne and the great hat mans home Mr aWeoa Sfendlag one ffllulon dollars with either ot tbeM aea ia no more grief to tfeow Utaa pay ing 4 iwnta road tax la to tbe avainee We ajao taw tbe oitisen of our county home and cburcu of tbe well known Jay Oook Thla is a grand rhe hank EJuood be the prfscnt VEST STEPHENSPORT Little Esther Vaughn is on the sick list E H Miller was in Hardinsburg last week Robert Vaughn returned Sunday from Lexington F B Blain of Louisville spent last week hero Master Peter Hicur Best is quite sick at this writing t Mrs E P Mosely and family baye moved to Louisville Born to tbe wife of Hewitt Hawkins Friday Sept 8 th a boy MlasSallie Hiner of Louisville is visiting her mother and Bister here Prof O E RoblnBon and family moved here from Indiana lost week Mrs Godfrey Has well of Hardinsburg ia with her parents fora visit of several weeks Mr and Mrs Will B Lemon of Har- Â¬ dinsburg spent last week at the Smith House Miss Belle McOann and Dr G E Shively spent a day last week at Hardin Groye Ind K B Blain has bought tbe E P Mosely property on Main St and mqved in last week Mrs Frank O Ferry returned home last week from a visit to Henderson and Owensboro School opened Monday with Prof O E Robinson Principal and Miss Lena Payne Assistant Mrs L B Helm and Robert Willie Vaughn who have been visiting in Lex- Â¬ ington have returned borne We bear from the Ohio Valley ohurob that their meeting is progres- Â¬ sing nicely with muoh interest Mrs Clark Wheeler and son Arthur who bave been visiting here and in In Â¬ diana returned to Louisville last week Fob Salk One League Ohalnlesa 10 Bicycle good condition several qther wheel bargains must be sold Fox terrier pups imported blood 800 0 O Lewie Box 46 Stepheneport Ky looking their prettiest and having a good time n this occasion Delightful music was furnished by Messrs Clarence and Elmer and Miss Eunice Wheeler At 1030 p m the dining room was thrown optm and the guests led ont to tbe tables laden with refreshments of ices fruits cool drinks etc the entire menu coming direct from the city Pretty souvenirs were given each ono Miss Bell McCann Mesdomes Kirby B Blain and Frank 0 Ferry assisted in receiving Those present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Wheeler Mrs Ida Baggot Misses Bernico Eunice and Edith Wheel or and Mr Elmer Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind Messrs Will and Arthur Blain James M Paxton Mat Jarbos Misses Agnes Leo Gordon and Ada Frymlre of Pates ville James Cory of Rome Iqd Misses Blanche Severe Eva Cashman Katie Haynes Haynea and Daisy Wadlington Mis Belle Ackerman Messrs June Haynea and Alfred Cashman of Union Star Frapk Haynes of Irvington Messrs Dillon and Wm Fullingwider Mr and Mrs W B Lennln of Hardinsburg Miss 8weeney of EvansvWe Ind Claud Mitchell of Derby Ind Mr and Mrs R A Shellman Mr and Mrs K B Blain Mrs R A Smith Mrs Chas W Wadlington Mrs Frank 0 Ferry Kisses Katie Crawford Zslma Lay MaudBrlns ly Belle McOann Messrs O O Lay Herman Lay Frank Blain Condor McÂ¬ Oann Mr and Mrs M Blain Mr and Mrs McOann Dr G E Shively and James Crawford Jr m Regular services were held in Baptist oburoh Saturday and Sunday At 10 am Sunday tbe Ohio waters were greatly troubled by the baptising of seven candidates by tbe paetor L Spains Greatest Need Mr H p Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends bis winters at Aiken S O Weak nerves bad caused severe pains in tbe baok of hjs head On using Electric Bit Â¬ ters Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all palp soon left him He saye this grand medicine is what bis country needs All America knows that it oures liver and kidney troubles purifies tbe blood tones up the stomach strengthens tbe nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every- musole nerve aad organjof the body 31 weak tired or ailing you need it Bjvery bottle guaranteed oaly 10 the oenta fold by Short A Haynes Dra - 1U LICK RUN KY Feryell JeeeiVfem has returned beete Two weeks from today Wwlneedajr Mr Saak Walk had a bara wUIn the Goshen AjeoaUjloa will be wttb as for a few days ad tbe oimrob aad fyttla laet week olty are getting theawelves in reading Mr Qeorsja BcIIowwm here on fcaj to abow tbe boepHality of Stenheaspoit aaea Saturday by entertaining tbe guests aadatakiag all Jeff fellow sold ills Wuacb of shoea J feel weloaBM WCwtfarIQ lmpftrvajrtoat fr VM Boston One of tbe swell event ef tbe aeaeoa given wm tbe Ctajdea Bod Reception Mr and Mrs M Blelae at Hotel Idway Thuieday evening Sept 7th front 8 to 118 p m Tbe entire hotel aad lawn were beaatlfally lighted aad thrown open for the entertaining aod enjoyment of their friends Bach room woaartietteaner decorated wih obalas of GeUUa jtod SooUcjr was oat ia tail dteas each one seeming to bars vied with the other la Mr Marina Voble Is putting oa bit farm mosm S Jo Materia to all eortlot now A new boy abode made its arrival at bit borne reotwtly Bevoral from this place went to liar dlnalHtrf 8turday to hear Goebel and Blackburn speak T - r nv i II II Z3frm Fortify the body againit diieaae Saturday Buy 0 olden Crown iloartliere la nose by Tutt Liver Pills an abo better Paokage of soda In eaeh saek lute pure for sick headache dys Â¬ A L Oelze pepsia iour stomach malaria The Hon W K Minor of Addison constipatidn jaundice bilious- Â¬ Ky HsUoitHl to the Goebel speeeh Fri ness and all kindred troubles day night Mr Clarence A Strong Fortification III Jolm Neabaatir was take saddealy oa His aftglae near ItaadafDM laet NOTICE THE ooooooo WEEKS EVENTS M The Piy Wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver the fly wheel of life be grateful for the aftident that broughtthem to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of lifeJ Fairleigh Platte Caajon Col - Pills are shall ever Tutts LivevPiils rt i BRECKENfclDGE S WEDNESDAY Q -- NEWS KEPT J3 1809 Jfe -lhe SfcM ft JNW5 in - w brief The patrons of the common school In Dtetriet No 1 in Breokenrldge county are hereby notified that in aeeordanea with section 80 eommon sohool law a poll tax of one dollar has been levied on Â¬ all persons having ohildren who are at tending or will attend to pay expenses Sterrett of the Hawsville incident to the comfortable conduct of Clarion was in town Friday night to hear the school Mr Gobl npoak The limit fixed for the payment of Mr San ford Gtary returned from Lou these taxes is Nov 10 1898 and payment IavIHh Hiinday njiit aeeotnpanied by must be made to the Sheriff F Payne ou or before the expiration of that time his siHter Grao He will be at hB place of business at J U Rifiow on of Ohio countys Pay if Uos Hardware store to re substatilial fartuera is lu the oity with yuivu said taxes at any time rtlativesRod friends At the expiration of the time above James Lowis and mnly returned from luoutloned it will be the duty of the Hardlnnburg Sunday where tlioy had dtierill to enforce payment boen vinltiiig relatives Notice is also given that all those who A A Lvlltist weut to Union Star hk dmiiqaent on last years taxee must Tuesday flu goes to ilnsomo tin roof pay the same without further delay otliHrwise action will be taken to en log for D S RiohHrddon forno payment at once This Sept Oth Itl Weatllerholt o1 Tobinsport Ind lstru - ft Monday for Franklin Ind Ho wi 11 J L Mookman Chairman f Mends visit relatives and OH AS LiIUIITFOOT Trustoes J MGllEdOUY Mr David M Duncan the edjtor of the Meadu Couny Messenger spent Deafness Cannot be Cured Friday night In the city 1- 4444 44444 444443 Mm Willis Nool is improving Oloverport still Deeds waterworks There is a water fnmiti e in this town Miss Stella Mullen is on the slcklim Fo1itlc8 are getting warm in this town Elijah Gibson went to Lodiburg Sun day Take Vest Monday em Take em Take em Â¬ Frank Rupert oi Tar Fork was in town SatÂ¬ m v ColWashington Holt was in town urday Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville is in thecity Yest is in a hurry its a piece for yon to invest Invest in Vests goods at almost your own price Ties Ties I Ties 1 I every color and kind t fi a i at Sulzers Marion LaHeist of Henderson was in townFilday H S Hennen of Hawsville was in town Friday Vests removal sale bigins this week Dont miss it of James Harris Hardinsburg was in MI RV- - ij- - carx - town Tuesday J W Paxton of Patesville spent Sun day in the city Hon Tlce Jolly of McQuady was in town Thursday 0 M McGlothan of Union Star was v in town Friday P W Frymire of Fatesvllle was in town yesterday II T Haynea of Brandenburg was in town yesterday W H Morgan of Stephensport was in town Tuesday Grain O is a substitute for coffee Go to Sulzers for it Use Sunrise flour Free package of soda in each sack Jesse R Eskridge of 0 ivenaboro waa In the city Sunday A J Katz proprietor of the Fair was In the city Saturday Chris Jones after a prolonged illness is able to ba out again Solomon Feckinpaugh of Tobinsport was in town Monday Save money by buying Sulzers Grain 0 It will do you goodN Miss Nellie Gregory visited friends at Anchorage last week William-- Jolly of McQuady spent - Saturday in theiity A large delegation from hero went to Hardlnsburg Saturday Mr Watt Raodesand son of Rhodel ia were in town Monday If you want pare good drlnk buy some of Sulzers Grain 0 Good time to have your cistern clean ed and to drink puro water Mie only way to keep clean windows is to use Sulzers Bon Ami - Mr Fred Fralzo left Monday for Cin Â¬ cinnati to buy his fall goods Some enterprising young man ought to engage in the ioe business Ed Tuoker of Hardlnsburg has gone to Mattoon 111 prospering Tom Groves eon of Hon Til Groves of Tobinsport Ind is quite siek Rev J W Bigbam and wife of Bar dltwburg was Itr the elty Tuesday Q F MeGinty and N V Mitchell of DarbyIadwere in the city Sunday Eer dear bright mirrorstBon Ami la the thing to nee Buy it at Sulzers Balaar has reeieved a aice lot of hand seme kerchief ties Help him out For a eow plete Use of stylish neck Â¬ wear ribbons ties eta go to Suiters Mrs AWfcta Glbeoa hi rapidly re U of aioknaaa a oowring Wtlaoa was the gaeat of Mtea Gtaala B in- - tr w U X 0Jt drliM BaatjtHttl - Mlw Jaajwaa of SkJllmaa laat Sunday PM Raw Boa and wheat Jfertiliera lermUekeepattheStar MUla A L Nfcd yttofK wear all save ya faodaat Veeta for fall 40 per by local applications as they cannot FRIDAY reach the diseased portion of the ear Bteatner State of Michigan is ashore Thore is only one way to cure Deafness near Colchester Mloh and that is by constitutional remedies Owen Zelgler defeated Charles Burns Miss Florence Cottrcll will depart to Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condi- Â¬ In a boxing bout at Cincinnati day for RuFRellvillf w lh re she will enter tion of the mucous lining of St Xavlcrs academy and convent at tho EustaÂ¬ tin Lum Female College chian Tube Wuen this tubo gets in Â¬ Ottawa Ills wero destroyed by Are M D Roberts a Hannibal Mo ma- Â¬ Mrs T V Jolnor mil children loft flamed you have n rumbling sound or imperfect nuaring and when it is entire Â¬ chinist shot and killed his son aad Siturday for Oweusboro and Phllpot ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ himself Thwy will be absent a month Flro at tho Shelby 0 tube works less the inflammation can be taken out Dr J T Milner of Patesville heard and this tube restored to ita normal con- Â¬ damaged the plant to tho amount of Mr Goebel tho Eemocratlc Candidate 38000 dition hearing will be destroyed forever for Governor here Friday night M Gaston Tlssandler tho distin- Â¬ nine cases out of ten aro caused by ca- Â¬ guished French chemist and aeronaut Dr William Milner and son Polk of tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed is dead Union Star and Dr J T Milner of condition of tho mucous surfaces Carles Aikman a farmer of Medina Patesville were In town Monday We will give One Hundred Dollars for county O was struck by lightning Mr A M Tate formerly of this city any case of Deafness caused by catarrh and killed 81x persona woro Injured in a col- Â¬ is now located at Livingston Ky Ho that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free N is running an eDglne on the L lision between two electric street cars F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 at Cleveland Mr Silas Miller and wife Mrs Mike SSTSold by Druggists 75c General J Warren Kelfcr of Ohio Miller and Miss Hendricks near Har- Â¬ Halls Family Pills ore the best was elected presldont of tho Spanish Â¬ dlnsburg were in town yesterday shopwar veterans ping THURSDAY KIRK KY Virginia and Ltnora McGavock Miss Eva Gould hngod herself at daughters of Mr and L N McGavock Zanesvllle We need rain have about recovered from their spoil of At Hlllsboro 0 Gcorgo Browor Tobacco worms and Goebelites are so swallowed strychnin sickness numerous here that you can stir them Waterworks Association of Ohio will Gardener Agnew w ho lived on the with a stick moot In Columbus next year farm near Holt has nioved to Reynolds P Sheron BroCo are building an A million dollar beesemer stool plant Tobinsport Ind where he will locate in addition to their store which when com- Â¬ will bo erected In Youngstown the future pleted will bo 44 by 100 feet Garden City hotel at Garden City Mrs D 0 Benton who has been Mug Severs says Goebel was nominated L I was burned Loss 200000 visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 B unfairly Florence Richards of Cleveland fell Remember how Breckenridge Mattingly has returned to her home at from a second story window at Bucy county instructed for Hardin Mug Iryington rus O and was killed The tobacco worms wentlpartners with Andrew Carnegie it to said will bo S W McNorton who has been visiting Billy Downs the worms got the tobacco tbe next Liberal oandldato for parlia Â¬ Capt Weatherholt at Tobinsport for the and left Billy the ribs and backbones ment for Sutherlandehiro past two months left Monday for his home Mr Lewis Atwood of Bethel is visit- Â¬ At Savannah Mo Are destroyed tho in Franklin Ky ing at Kirk Mr Atwood has always City hall and damaged other buildings Â¬ Messrs Jim JacksonHambIeton Hen to the total amount of 15000 been an uncompromising republican nen Ed Kelley and Jim Chambers from A F Dahronge a Syrian under ar- Â¬ but he Bays that four years is long enough Hawesville came npFriday night to the to wait for Bi metalism by International rest at Cincinnati for misdemeanor Is Goebel speaking Agreement so he is for Goebel for Gov- Â¬ suspected of being a Turkish spy WKDNESDAY E E Miller E E Kelley J H Jack ernor Professor Baskorvillo of Vauderbllt Bon Mike Stophons and J F Chambers Ex Governor John Young Brown wants university is dead of Hawesville attended the Goebel speak- Â¬ to pose as the savior of the people Mr John Conn a jtltod lover at Alliances ing Friday night Brown could have been the regular nom- Â¬ O committed eulcldo Prof J H B Logan and wife of HarÂ¬ inee of the Democratic party had be Dead body of a child was found on dlnsburg wore in town yesterday en chosen but when asked to make the the road near Warren O route to Rockport Ind where they will race he declined If he wanted to save Otterbein university opened with a locate in the future the people from such calamity why did record breaking attendance Frank G Carpenter writes an inter- Â¬ he refuse to be the regular nominee Sawmill of Russell Brothers at Wast esting and instructive article in Sundays Be careful boys or you will vote anoth- Â¬ Austlntown O was burned Courier Journal pertaining to the tropi- Â¬ er Palmer and Buckner voto which Republicans Maryland nominated cal value of Porto Rico means a vote for Taylor and that is what Lloyd Lowndes for governor Well water lsresponslble for the outÂ¬ H G Tandy of the Louisville Times the Brownites want The Brownitea and Frank Rodgers of Frankfort J M Alli- Â¬ republicans say that Goebel was nomi- Â¬ break of typhoid fever at Springfield O Grace Jones 4 of near Bloomvllle son of Olncinnatti Inquirerand B Piatt nated by the thugs and cut throats of Louisville I thank God that the honest O died from eating cabbage that had pf Courier Journal were in town Saturday democrats have strong backs and are able been sprinkled with parts green The most delicate constitution can to carry Urge loads In 00 we were called Democrats of the Eighteenth-Nineteent- h safely use BALLARDS HOREHOUND Ohio district named J E Hurst repudiators and anarchists because we SYRUP It is a sure and pleasant had the moral courage to vote for that and L J Myers for state senator remedy for coughs loss of voice and all peerless statesman Three trainmen and four tramps W J Bryan But throat and lung troubles Price 26 and hold out faithful fellow democrats and were killed in a freight collision on the 50c-- -A R Fisher Billy Goebel will be Governor and Billy Norfolk and Wostern in Dingoes tun sol West Virginia Bryan President Lfttle Demoorat CHURCH NOTES TUESDAY St Josephs Orphan asylum near W 0 T U met Monday night Do Not Be Imposed un Cincinnati was destroyed by fire Prayer meeting four nights this week Atchison National bank of Atchison Always Insist on getting Foleys Hon Â¬ Rev W B RuOedge is still holding a ey Kan has been closed Bad invest Â¬ and Tar as it is postively absolutely meeting at Walnut Grove and unqualifiedly the best cough medi- Â¬ ments Rev T V Joiner preached to a good cine Accept no substitute A R Fish- Â¬ Oldest American actress Mrs Sarah A Baker 81 is dead Sixty years on audience Sunday morning er Oloverport E A Witt Hardlns tho stage Rev Mr Lusk of Osceola Arkansas burg Deputy Sheriff Thacker was killed who is visiting the family of Mr J E from ambush In Clay county Ky Feud Â¬ Deweys Temperance Loving Cup Keith preaohed at the Methodist ohurch The Admiral has a very beautiful lov- Â¬ ists are suspected Sunday night Key West garrison will be removed ing cup presented by the people of a SlderBeare of the Christian church to Fort McPherson Atlanta on ac-Â¬ waa ill last week at the residence of Mr Western city As a work of art it is as count of the yellow fever fine as anything possibly could be It John Gregory Attorney George Peters of Memphis has the customary three handles and ca- Â¬ fell through a shaft at the Chi- Â¬ Rev Ferrall pastor of the Baptist to satisfy the combined thirsts of Tann pacity cburah in Hawesville held an Interesting half a dozen men Upon one side of the cago stockyards He la ftallgr hurt MONpAY meeting at Holt Chapel last week oup carved in relief is the figure of a Rochester won tho championship of woman probably Fame which extends the Eastern baseball league to and above the edge of the cup and to A change of venue has been grant Â¬ audi an extent as to interfere seriously ed the Darlen Ga rioters with tlm practical use of the vessel Major Russell B Harrison ill in The Admiral showed ua the oup and Cuba of yellow fever will recover then said Suppose we take a drink out United States transport Morgan City of it The first unsuspecting man tried was totally wrecked off Japanese coast By a fall from a bagnsaow H C Persons have been known to It and found that the projecting fig ure and one of the Fames outstretched arms Jaokquett near Upper Sanduaksr C m sfay by faking tried to penetrate gain a bis forehead and eheek was fatally hurt an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL- Â¬ After several unsueewf ul attempts the John Y UaKane formerly pollUeal SION It is strange but it often cap was passed on to another would ba boas of Coaay Island It dying at bis draker with the sane remit Then home of aeute dyappsta happens H T 8uIUvaBwas At Marysvile oarae the laagh There is so question Somehow the ounce produces about ita being a loving eap bat it is a jailed on a eharga of mMleeait the pound it seems to start the temperance loving oup You might eat preferred by a telephone compear digestive machinery goin prop- Â¬ ioe wean soda out of It with a spoon erly so that the patient w able drinking oat of it is praotleally In possi Â¬ Prow an interview with a visitor to digest and absorb his ordinary ble could not do be- Â¬ to Dewey la the StLouls food which he George Btker of Owensboro spent Sunday in the city He was the guest of Miss Florence Cottrel Â¬ v SATUUDAY Revolution in Veaecuela Is reported aa gaining ground Despondency caused the sutalde of John Moore 56 at Springfield Two colored regiments will be or Â¬ ganized for Philippine eervloe principal of Dr George Churchill Knox aeademy at Galesburg Ills Is dead Adam Schlmpf 80 was run down In the Hooking Valley yards at Colum- Â¬ bus and killed Charles Huber 40 attempted to kill his wife at Flndlay 0 and then com- Â¬ mitted suicide Governor Bushnell announces that ho Will not attend the Republican cam- Â¬ paign opening at Akron A xnovo was made at Toledo to se- Â¬ cure a separate receiver for the Colum- Â¬ bus and Northwestern railway Charles Early 17 colored was fa Â¬ tally injured at Columbus O while attempting to board a freight train A skill containing six persons was capsized by a steamer in the Ohio river near Qulncy Ills Three were drowned Congressman Botkins Statement Dr S BHartman Wasxisston DO April 1 IMS pleasure to certify to the excellent BHrative qualities of your medicines li mSiit str lk Mr Dkab Doctobi ill wit I Columbus 0 It gives me PURITY AND QUALITY Are the twin character istics of our Hon J D BoTKnr Conffrenmanat Large from Kam Po-ru-- and Man-a-ll- n a quarter of a century with catarrh of tho stomach and constipation a residence in Wash Â¬ ington has increased these troubles A few bottles of your medicines havo given mo almost comploto relief and I am suro that a continuation of their use will effect a permanent euro is surely a wonderful remÂ¬ edy for catarrhal affections Pe-ru-- afflicted more or less for I have been THEY PLEASE AND SATISFY J D BOXKIN Announcement of Speaking - John P Haswell Jr Ilepublican can- Â¬ didate for the Legislature of Brecken- Â¬ ridge county will speak at the following 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 GlendeaneSopt 22 Rockvale Sept 23 Stephensport 25 Mooleyville 20 Union Star 27 Clifton Mills 28 Irvington 2i Bewlevville 30 Garfield Oct 2 Hardlns burg Oct Balltown 20 Oloverport 21 Custer 23 Hudsouyille 24 McDaniels 25 West View 20 Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Telephone 5- - Ring 2 Lc nsarieUTl 4 Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all oi 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 near- Â¬ ly five years to every subscriber who will ray one year in advance for tho Brkukkniudok News No better farm paper than the Farm Journal This off- Â¬ er is only made to a limited number tho first who come forward i We are on trial Oloverport will Invest 350 in a rock crusher says the Cannelton Enquirer This paper suggests that their Oity Council wait and Bee how we come out with crushed stono of our own manufac- Â¬ ture before investing any more money in gravel experiments Ruth Has New 1 n va WANTS v ayyc j Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion EOli SALE HILClt COW KTSAWVKR S 0K 8ALE SALE Good milch cow Call at MRS MAUE AND HOUSE E Ky for Oil SAIK iio One mare and one hone both Apply to L 1 ADDISON Additon FOIl 8ALE CATTLE Store House It has just been completed and Mr J T Jones has gone East to purchase a mammoth stock of General Merchan- Â¬ dise He wants you to call and inspect his goods and if not satisfied dont buy He will at all times be glad to have you look around and see how much better he can serve you than others Three car loads of goods on the road now 30K SALE Fifty hoail nt cattle forty Mock II L KUKTX Web- four work mules N0T1CB 1 have cloetd out my stock of goods VT OTICK JLl at Olendeane and turned themoverfoMril Stum All persons indebted to me by note or otherwise are hereby notified to come forward and settle and save costs W C MOOKMAN Ulen deane Ky L LOST MASONIC EM1JLKM Locket with the Masonic emblem in Â¬ scribed on it Finder will please retnrn to Man Â¬ ager Corf ot the Fair I HUUOrillUO poo Mixture and Cologne but not one In u thousand know how to mate them full Instructions how to make the best sent you on receipt of ten cents Address C llIEAiIIE II ox Bio Norwood TUnilOMUnC otpeopleusenayRunSham Mass 3tsiBmeaaaasaBmammKmeesm FOR BALK im A1T1E HAltltElS Â¬ 37SUU SALE sooo Appt liarrels standard Dick Adat a cents each Aooisow dison Ky FOR 8ALK UAY MAKE maro 4 years SALE A beautilui 37IOU past eoes all the gaitsbay drives single and double WD Holt lloit Ky FOUbuJUkrJiiHtock How To Gain Flesh gwmit JZ gjaln TOUSALE T Cox Ekron Kv Apply to A good stoek al drugs This Is a great br LEGAL HUNKS TOK SALE Blank Deeds and JL All Kotms of Legal Blanks ItlPOE NEWS OPPfog ID1T10V MortK ires and UIU 5KUN- - J T J0NB RUTH KY V 4 x T30H SALE Certificate in Bryant Jn Busiaess College Louisville Kv JJltKCKENRIDOK NEW 8 OFFICE EMKWOOD BKKKBIilKgg Stratlon Apply to ltt Glebe-Demo-er- af WANTED win as the record of my aad Spilngfisld this year I showed only animals oi ay own will breedwe and captured a good perpenUjtc of tbe The prlse wtanlnf boar Head desirable prises old Arltal light Jr 419M tothln serrtns lMgs of their vet lor sale My brood T best American aad EsgUsh strsiu sows are c CALDWELL NORTON d see Come Loulelll Kv that henl at I BREED Indianapolis attest the kind ad PU f v A I DR L B M0R8MBN POPHAfl J Jr J t mX J iUik fore and tnat is the way the gain is made C0J1PANY HBNRY KOUMLHR A certain amount of flesh k Boyd waat several ear loads of CHOICE WAL Â¬ 3Wy we aiwaya ym Ifaf abaapaat necessary for health i if you have NUT LOGS Will pay highest eah not got It you can got it by priee They slao buy POPULAR and mi row wa aw M11 abwaper ktt- Frank Boyd of Oweaeboro is 1b Uta eity vUUHg Mr aad Mrs Alex Vaak Mr aad Mra nieaoiBK 250000 HOOPS AND HOOP POLES Ghas Mav Sr Cujuyiu gm wm taking tmif TKkkOm MM aja rial la PrH Wm w ga I Danil Noaant of gOOK 91 inr UkUlaMut yaffs rMliM W tw vflaWsf a 0Mf H Va HARDWOOD LUMJ1R la mixed ear Write them nt Louisville Ky A Plaa Palatar SSffiffifKS mg rrfeUiM eena so us Uto your kileXraaTslaM sUte number of iiulee lu wuuf body a ve under eo brssM taken close un under anus ad wewUI scuil you UiU 00M uses press c p swum w in w your sssnut ex sud try It ou at ft toned exsetly press office sad I M irpiaayiiwu ww r awwT m fltt ruiVAIUVJOU of an1 sjujUloUny wMYWIM 0ittfc6s4wil at 1 Purest Goods us to sell cheaper ai uituutwuMMrr We pay cash Call ana see for yourself fovlm which enables thiSa- our competitors - double Weal wtje mui narei uiwjh n 8unday The Board IWS COtr L aw a IB aBjBjBj aBT of Health daatraa the do brie to ba eleaoad up in trout oi von prt inlaw KcWttapbecjaMUKwaittttwin ad K i VON assaw av awaBwHi left wlfWPUt Ba wft fttte4 H MaOfaakaa Maetar palater it ahoaa Wt Sasday far PhUadalpiila Medstnperaa Apply at Waat K4 iron bridge Will aoouaaaaoa to rsoaiva Aug 36 Wu y eeeseieedjjaw - ooaotira tfe Mi Qa VMataM Ooavaatioa intonu ud La of lfaii isrsTkiwibate - MMMEN t J POPHAM irvington Ky iTuM7HA JSeaev7Iiesure Suite j WNfc druggists lDi111 N 11 T 4 MoOmokaa goat la Ui Hadtaoa Root ftr tt niiSei CU10A0O A ftO are uVrwaM LU ffi HHHlfclHttvP DRUGGISTS jpuium W1KJM3 I waa onos a member Eleanor for soma time as bright young vlgorona effort VMatiat aad a vary attractive young lady and am ready to plead guilty of sloth flbe baa nay beet wishes for smooth sail tag oer aa untoeu eea Ktadergarteti la last teeae by Mies Xellle G Headersott woe very much en joyed by me far I have very little knowledge of the method bat have al Â¬ ways felt an Interest fa the work aad highly advoeated tbe school for the wee ones Mrs D W Lewie will have a RHmber ol pupils in vooal lessons as soon aa tbe The instrumental weather Is eoeler and vocal lessons mean industry and ap plication Young ladles not In the elaes will do well to see Mrs Lewis Her method is excellent t -- Therell Be a Hot Timeintha Old Commonwealths Xhis Fall contests are HE T heatedNovftnufeanwant toi keep andoyou going to be posted espec No paper is better ially in your local taffairs prepared to furnish the political news of the local field than THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS We with its army of country correspondents will send the NEWS for one year and the Far-Â¬ mers Home- - Journal for nearly five years for the price of your home paper Brother Davall preached last Sunday morning and evening I heard bimat Ho night on the Christian graces showed that love and faith were pro- Â¬ gressive beautifully so Regeneration he proved was not He is a flue reasoner and a logical one Queen Victoria really believes she is immediately descended from King David and actually has bim at the top of her family tree Just like Kentuck ians boasting of being descended from Virginians as if we of this old state were not the peer of any other of tho 45 Isnt it -- 100 Pl OJ mzmmmmmmm BRANDENBURG Mrs G H Oasperke was In Louisville last week Protracted services in progress at Buck Grove church Mr George Yeakel is in Europe to Bee his relatives and old friends The Ladies Aid met with Mrs Dr Posey on Monday afternoon Miss Bettie Olarkson has retnrnod from a visit to Big Spring and Elizabeth OOOOOOOOKJOOOOOOOOOOOOObf j o OHN UANDERBILT A Stranoest flem ber of a Remarkabfe ramifu GranGnenhew of tfie Ofd Commodore Living the Life of a Hermit In the Wilds of Pennsuf vania -- m o 3 o o o joSooiJOS0soS00oS0ooj0S05oS0Jo4oooJooloo4C John Tonderbllt n grandnephew of the old commodore has lived the life of a hermit on the Ilexenkopf as the Perm- ivnnla Dutch in that neighborhood call isolated mountain peak east of the swer Sancon postofflce for 12 rears It is a wild secluded place that the recluse ana chosen for his home He keeps to cabin all day and roams through the Is and woods ut niiiht Although Vunderbilt keeps himself in communicado says the Philadelphia Times his neighbors profess to know that he is very wealthy He owns prop erty they Bay at Bound Brook and New ttjunswick J and last April invested I considerable sum of money in inort faces on some new houses in the Bethle fcems He occasionally bjiXS ediblen from nenjnnors paying mem trcrat Tliey usK cash He sends his letters from the Xower Sancon postoffice but receives hit ltnTj mail at Iron Hill Wassergass Every morning the hermit walks to the WasserRass postofllce to receive his mall and every mail brings him three dally newspapers In going to the postoffice the recluse seldom takes the public high way preferring1 the fields and woods The many letters posted by John Vander- Â¬ - - m I JOHN VANDKRBILT Wlt bis Pennsylvania Dutch neigh- bors who are usually reserved and unin Jyuisltlve and accustomed to minding their own business It was only when the f heard the stories of the money that 10 flira mysteriously and of the has made at good interest that ttentioa waa especially attracted BB of living It is not sflftafcen that Jehu Vanderbilt U a Vaa gjrbilt of the VaaderUlU that interests 5snS0 aa that be has money and has the 2VaadarUt faculty of making money make atone evea la his secluded slta- - the large mail he constantly receives at the Wassergass for a long time failed to at the Lower Sancon postoffice ant iatrrst nrW1 atlgt John Vandurbllt leada a very siisDle Hfe U his hermitage on the Hexenkopf Hi nruiture la of the meet primitive ttfesd- - His bed Is a wooden ooueh severed wit etravf For hi Are be gather got la the woods near by He make of the manufacture toihas the uutrvt Tilt no own bread and Uvea principally upon of which he lioais whleh o tttut story atoee cottage so overraa tinea and shrubbery as to be al- bidden froea view la In marked eoa- Krttb the palaces of the ether Yaa- - WmmmUmlUjmimlmL learlat of the hermit Vanderbllts hat actons the brush oa the roek wwumasB m eorreemMMteat of iJpJ tons havent Taylors picture- under the cloth as elsewhere The Corydon paper had all the Bran denburg names o k and quite a nice little notice Those band boys ot that pretty little city were so very courteous to the young ladies here Frank G Carpenter is just the beet writer and correspondent on this or any other hemisphere His letters from our sew possessions are chuck full of Interest every Sunday in the Courier Journal Louisville came aear having an loe famine during tbe late extreme hot subject weather We of this little burg have bad plenty but soon Case Coleman Bead Ewaht9 Take will order a earload from Loabvllle The finest quality of loaf sugar U rosed wuo e supply is from Indianapolis in the manufacture of flhamrtarialna IgBoranee has great deal to do with Cough Remedy aad the roots used la Its increased prison statletiea Education hi preparation give It a flavor similar to that of maple syrap making it very pkaaaut what men require aad need who have There are Btaay to take Aa a raedlotae for the are e erimlaal teadeaoiea men to day who did set know or realise souths eolus Isgrippeereupaad whoop Â¬ ing eosKb It Is BBeqaaled by aay ether the penally for the erime they eom mlMed It always eures aad eares qslekly Bretber Lltebield gave ns a iae ser For sale b- yB Fisher Oloverport mob laet Sanday Beraiage Salvattea R 8 flbeltmaa ettepheaapert nUi peiaU were olear aad every Idea be faratabed was fereefal He baa ealy The Farm Journal Is ebeap bat set too eae Mere apaelataaeat here far this tea eheap to be good it k all of trlager Aad iereaee year thefBrh Saadcy We all tBsaptietvMd baaMasaay other seed hope be may be returned to a I bays reatjyeel aa iaviUUea t the thiBtfejaittkat eaa tueaeaaypa- It will be seat tor the marriage of MUa JUeaaer MaBeatta to Krataaypriee aad all of 1909 1001 Mr James L Ifcwt whteb wm soleeaa 1902 and 1801 nearly Are year to aajb iced oa Tuesday evening sJepteeaber QeatBJUa MUOa ln aarfllAlMI vi lut twunta nrlllA uwuvwikmu iw WOO Utfa at Jodaa KcBeaihs reMdeiuM la I hava kJMwa of Mia la advance Â¬ beard was full brown in color slightly streaked with gray his eyes were keen bright and questlonlnr his forehead was high and broad and his countenance open frank and intelligent He was neatly dressed and seemed to have just completed his toilet His hair and beard were nicely brushed His demeanor and conversation were those of a man accus- Â¬ tomed to mix with the world He answered his visitors salutation Courteously and talked at length in re Â¬ gard ts the direction and roads to reach South Bethlehem He was so easy in bis manner and appeared so ready to an- Â¬ swer questions that the correspondent thought he might venture upon what he knew was forbidden ground The first hint at the hermits lonely life wrought a magical change la his conduct It was not a very broad hint the Inquiry being in regard to the Immediate locality la which the hermit made his home rather than to the hermit himself Instead of answering the question as be had aa awercd those that went before it the recluse gave his questioner a searching look and turning upon his heel he reÂ¬ entered the hut without a word The resemblance between John Van- Â¬ derbilt and the old comnfodore Is strik- Â¬ ing It Is this striking family likeness as well as the identity of name that has impressed the hermits neighbors with the belief that the recluse is a near rela Â¬ tive of the wealthy Vanderbilt family William Kauffman the only man with whom the hermit has ever conversed at length and who lives only a short dis- Â¬ tance from his unobtrusive retreat is confident of the close kinship between the Ilexenkopf recluse and the Vander Lilts who are boused in the most pala- Â¬ tial homes In America Some of Mr Kauffmans neighbors go even further and assert that John Vanderbilt Is a lineal descendant of the old commodore Commodore Vanderbllts descendants In the male line are well known The commodore had four sons of whom the late William H Vnnderbilt was the old- Â¬ est The other sons were Cornelius J a spendthrift widower Francis who was always an invalid and died unmarried at the age of 40 years and George a grad- Â¬ uate of West Point who served with credit in the war for the Union The only grandsons were the sons of William II Vanderbllt Cornellus William IC George W and Frederick W That he had no descendants named Joba Vander bllt Is certain The family however is an old one and It would be easy enough perhaps by a little genealogical research to establish the kinship in one of the col lateral lines Among these John is family name The original progenitor of the family in this country was John Van- Â¬ derbilt and the late Judge John Vander- Â¬ bilt was a prominent citizen of Long Is land at the time of his death There is also the family of Jaeeb H Vanderbilt a brother of the old commo- Â¬ dore Jacob Vanderbilt was not as rich as Corneel but he was rich enough and he had many of the traits of his brother of many millions Including the commodores taste for fast horses The only person who can establish the exact kinship of John Vanderbilt and the other Vanderbllts is the hermit himself and he declines to enlighten his neighbors on the Â¬ town Womans Missionary meeting at tho M E church Friday afternoon at 3 dTtove flbtaffierowdrTJsncdn vaney to within a Quarter of a mile of the her- oclock mits cottage and then mado hla way oa Mr Taylor Haynes has returned from foot to the cabin Oannelton where be has been drilling A long loud rap at the door brought a response and a man past 50 years and at for some time least six feet in height broad shouldered Miss Mabel Sbacklett has begun her well proportioned and of magnificent physique made his appearance His music She works with a vim and every Â¬ Admiral Dewey will be invited by everybody in Louisville to run down October 14 from Chicago fcr a day at the fall carnival or exposition Tho Elks and Commercial Olub are a bonanza to tho Falls City Dewey will be a greater drawing card than President McKinloy or Wm J Bryan Some one is kind enough to send me the Farm Journal published at Phila- Â¬ delphia I am always and ever ready to learn something of every branch of in dustry So it goes without saying that I have found much in the Farm Journil of interest and I band it to a neighbor who is also a farmor News reaches us from Dallas Texas that little Lovd Jenkins Wells tho only child of Dr and Mrs J T Wells is dead We of thid place so recently the home of Dr and Mrs Wells and the birthplace of Loyd feel much grieved to know of our young friends bereave- Â¬ ment and extend deep sympathy fulness Mrs Oreeeaps illness has been men UoMd frequently in this aotnaa 8he has been aad is aMU very low at her sis- tors Mrs James Bland Her infant whkU Mrs Bland has adopted has been ill for several weeks and proving that our troubles never come singly Mrs Oreeeaps little daughter died after a lingering illness at her unoles Mr Client Jenkins laet Thursday and tbe remains were brought here for inter Â¬ ment Brother Leltohfield conducted the funeral services in a post feeling touching and tender manner The father and little son of Bedford IndL could not arrive in time the mother low so only the grief stricken little sister fol- Â¬ lowed with relatives and friends tbe tiny corpse to its narrow home A sad- Â¬ der more pathetic scene would be al-Â¬ But the most impossible to imagine dark side of the picture has a bright side as well when we consider what kind deyoted tender care the mothei has bad and that tho child had just aa great con sideration from loving bands and sym- Â¬ pathetic hearts We extend sympathy to all of the relatives I notice many critics in our lea ding newspapers say that tbo Dreyfus affair could not haye happened in this country Thero is no excitement now and ho pressure brought to bear upon those en- Â¬ A Big Drive oust t Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Ties Shirts Shirt Waists Top Skirts Underskirts Hose Suspenders Night G owns Jackets Capes and Shoes Gents Hats Caps Collars Ties Shirts Suspenders Pants and Nice Suits Union Made Overalls Suits Up-to-da- trusted with the execution of the law But when once the passions of men are aroused a military court martial in the United States is not always to be trusted We remember the fate of Mrs Surratt who was convicted and hanged upon testimony which never amounted to more than suspicion and manufactured suspicion at that she was bounded to death by those who were indifferent as about such trifling considerations proof ol guilt Now lets Bee about a more recent occurrence as to tho leniency which has been shown an army officer convicted of embezzling 1700000 of government money Tho military court eontencod him more than a year ago to dismissal from the army fine and imprisonment Political influence has protected him and he is still an offi- Â¬ cer of the army enjoying all tho privi- Â¬ leges of his rank Still another army officer convicted of conduct unbecom- Â¬ ing an officer and a gentleman was not cashiered from the service but retired on full pay although he is alleged to possess a snug fortune Now if you please here are a few blots upon our before we flap our own escutcheon winga and crow oyer fUwa in another We are infinitely superior to nation our French brethren In many respects but there is a menace to every nation in the capitals of the civilized world and that we all know who read and watch the trend of the times is that the mili- Â¬ tary attaches are fully brought into play Thepresence of an ambassador accompan- Â¬ ied by bis staff an eminent attorney in- Â¬ cluded representatives of tbe army and navy and other attendants all give eclat but the real inside purpose we have all seen in the Dreyfus case and in our own country These military attaches from foreign countries are nothing more than paid spies to ferret out the military and naval secrets of the countries to which they are sent In our own National capital those men as in every other cap- Â¬ ital of the world secure information un- Â¬ lawfully and thoy could not get it open- Â¬ ly should they ask for it in candor In our late war we know that the Spanish Ambassador through his military and naval attaches violated our hospitality to obtain information and It was justi- Â¬ fied on the gronnd of exigency some characters are thus blackened while others are white washed Line of Shoes Ladies Underwear and Top Skirts te W E BROWN Irvington Ky Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap M Miss Georgia Helmstetter ia installed Yeakuls while as cashier at Relman Mies Lillian Rhodes is showing ribbons laces and every thing fine at D S Rich ardsons Miss Lula Harris has been at the same establishment for some time All pratse to tnoso young ladies who are evincing an ambitious self reliant disposition We can say what we please about Wm Goebel but one accusation none of us can make is that ho has not got brains and that he does not know how to man ipulate every wire in the whole cam paign from A to Izard Some one wants to know why I am not straight out for Taylor Ill never vote tho Republican ticket as long as there is a Democrat on earth to run Some one said to me al the Corydon Fair when I was sitting in the grand Do you stand to witnesa tho racing approve I said No and it is inconWhy not with a sistent to be here love for horses be a strict moralist like Robert Bonner was and not allow horses to trot pace or run for money No horse of his ever ran for money and yet he had magnificent ones Â¬ lesson counts Not much of a crowd greeted either Mr Murray or Mr Tanner here There is not much enthusiasm and Steel Cap IWSjj W fcroHn - rrQ722 s MmsLW Roof Paints Roof Cement 2 and Roofing fir 5m3mw Tarred FeIt Sheathing Pacer 11 Mrs J W Lewis and Mrs D 0 Pusey were at church Sunday after quite an indisposition Theres a bran new baby boy No 2 at my young friends Mr and Mrs Henry Maltas Congratulations Mrs Mison McMonlgle and little daughter Ruth of Owensboro are visiting her sister Mrs George Worland Services at tbe Catholic church next Sunday The regular appointments are first aad third Sundays in each month Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto spent a few days in Hardinsburg I guess Mr Ditto heard Goebel but I also guess he was not converted Mr Gough has not been well all the summer but be is out now and looks as well as usual He is as bright and ac- Â¬ tive as many men of fifty Jouaust the head of that infamous court martial should meet with the fate of Ananias and Sapphira and France should be Sodom and Gomorrah the second Miasee Annie Bondurant and Ethel King James Bondurant and Beall Grin sell attended the farewell dance of the season at Camp Herndon last Saturday Write for Prices and Catalogue WIOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS ness irregularity omisslonslncrease They overcome Weak and Â¬ Â¬ They aro of menstruation womanhood aiding development of organs and body No remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life known becomes a pleasure 100 PER BOX BY MAIL Sold by druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio For sale by Short Haynes Druggists Oloverport Ky or and banish pains LIFE SAVERS to ffMs at vig Â¬ fto The most centrally located and only first clan botel In th city making a 300 rata night Henry Nevitt will be here about the 20th He comes to Kentucky for a year at the Louisville Medical College One pretty brunette of this little city is all amilea and expectations Miss Nettie Schene visited Mrs John Nevitt at Irvington last week and re turned to Judge J F Wooliolka on Saturday in time for the dance at tbe old mill Â¬ I am sure the editor of the Meade co Messenger has a car load of Goebel but- Â¬ tons and I am sure too our Brown butÂ¬ ya 1 My Mr Thomas H Ditto will support Tavlor I believe in Gubernatorial race He and John Only one block from tbe principal hopping district and two blocks from Young Brown were class mates at Dan the principal theatres ville Ky and when Mr Brown made Street cart pass the door to all parts his race before Mr Ditto did much to cftha city carry this county for hini but now he Everything neat and clean feels that the Democratic candidates have departed from their Jeffeisonian J5 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr principles in upholding Agulnaldo and Mrs Barnard Thanks denouncing our present struggle in the MRS PINKHAM FOR HEALTH Philippines A writer says when George Dewey LSTTSB TO WIS NHXHAM NO l8l Bails into New York harbor lato this Dkab Fbdsito I feel it my duty to WHITES CREAM month Miss Columbias arms are wide- express my gratitude and thanks to ly spread and she will hug George you for what your medicine has done Dewey fervently BettiaQaaTttr HosilnQaaatltr Miss Columbia bad for me I waa very miserable and losbetter watch out that girl in Illinois ing flesh vory fast had bladder trouble Urn Eaa OH Vm EVERT I A ill ItJUauae DaisasaialUo u TW1 few BVHIaf kQU l H Vim HVHIVeilV whose picture the Admiral keeps on his fluttering- pains about the heart aad UaXtXs 303Et17C3 Or XUVCB OIi dresser and for whom he slashed him- would get so dizzy and suffered with RrapareAby S painful menstruation JAMES F BALLARD St Lout waa reading self while shaving so busy looking At In a paper about Lydla I l E Finkhama photo will be holding her responsible Vegetablo Compound so I wrote to you For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky for fervent embraces However Miss and after taking two bottles I felt like a Illinois remember this is not the first new person Your Vegetable Compound time Miss Columbia has been quietly of has entirely cured me and I cannot praise it enough Mas J O Babiukd aflectlonate conduct SEND MONEY Mtlltoww WAsmNSTOX Co Ms NO Battletown had a sound common sense cvr this as est ae sod te at state year Aa lews Woaaai ConvlBelng StatecBeat atee article on politics feuds and disagreemlitt aad fceMaround number Inane ments in communities or among friends I tried three doctors and the last bear at mh aad awa an we wUl tend tals on account of politics or religion I am one said nothing hut an operation Smim Mm ohm c too ay esareM would help me My trouble was pro- Â¬ happy to say it does not exist here to 0 a wtfMt aMMiUa Tea eaa flowing sometimes I would think any degree whatever We do indeed fuse uuriMudaetryrt I would flow to death I was so weak east year rest dwell together in peaee and unity expreet oatee aad that the least work would tire me It teuad serteetly We have truly brotherly love in all Reading of so many being oured by saNataetary atlyarat5j I of the churches and as to political opinyour medicine I made up my mind to ions if thero is any enmity existing I write to you for advice and I am so V1IWaif have never known or even heard of It glad that I did I took Lydla E Pink or hj V Accord to another what you ask for hams Vegetable Compound smd Liver Pills and followed your directions and yourself to exercise your own conana eaerea am now well and strong I shall recom Â¬ ebaraea scientious convictions UrfMIH mm mm mend your medloine to all for it saved I mlKlMaAH I IF I am not at all surprised at tbe verdict my life Mus A P Box 21 Abbott N K Wood a as ss r sm This Circular Hush Cape uj eweee Uaed rendered at Rennes last Saturday What Iowa SRSmI HmI ae mob tons taroaatMHtl will vU suae lakUral VSry WeMaadaatafc a erime perpetrated in a eivillsed nation M7 LaSaite AvamMrOMaaaOe Hi etoaerately ebrtHdd with SaHaMlahed In Chicago ova twenty yea and a so called Republic I Five meet Paters Aatlwetle Heilis Ml Xafularty act bew of the oourt martial voted for eon Rlevi ill pain IsManUy ad Bls sad turn LaahrtStu- ehrtered under pakl of Illinois aapttat fully cuu barm bolU etubM fcefcu xrm nUMrrb 10eoe vleTien Dreyfus is believed by two ton Utrotef7IpliaertssJip4 ha4 mh Tbe oldeet largest moat rellaUa Had sae Maatioa this paper weea yea wrha hemispheres to be innocent All of hie ihm nil and al caren or serM at mm or nwrou easeful Ha4tal IasUttita In the V mwtbraM Will Mrs or ialiuMd ejrti la 48 Private rooms for FaWaats wHk raaitlMcs hovri Kotmbmb will Ana thk all wilt can aeU aeeawd aeoaeers are forgers KAMai 1 ereeved ami haliar burnt aid mm aaa tor aay emerganey x Bay Mtavaaeoetaa traitors rascals and every member that collar sail UMkaadlfaat yoar Inur aad UrtMopteal Kmnsttuttoaa are iifi U chaannUv Prica lav tried him knows it I hope and believe But will Kor taU by fiW back AOWKNClev all sues wtteuavar dtsanaeU 1 doubtful MOflRMA SCU Write for free Hook oa Deformities aad that the Court of Caseation will grant rpurt Kv BraeesAta Vtoet Ourvtwef the Me him another trial He may be pardoned DreaeUfta Catarrh Otuieer annum Jr Hee Fuaayeiej Befy KMaejr Madder Mye but Franae will nayer have her former LOCUST LAWN HERD ttat Bfela smd Bloed UIhmm aad all V She will yet repeat is sack preetlge CtealOaentttoas Beet faeUlelea ayjiaratM of sloth aad ashes aad Xmedles for the taeeaeafoj treetcaeat I have from Miss Tula 0 Daniel aw Refistered Poland China Swine aad oma of U Obaeare or OferosOe IMseaae Leading Tallof We ftfeeettately iwwmHh to eure eVery reepeadlag Secretary of the Womans see Morrow DeMHty aad dtseaaea re Ttw banl CeWBMMM Saatuaa snWiig from abases aad ladUerettonj of Foretga MUsteaary soaiety Otej wfeelltfl Milt a tea ef Sa tSit la SMalMt ToetHitadMaahooal BtenuatorlMeaeM pa aajr RVhs erdead e tbe twentieth annual Bosnian which riu wtasiac m leal Weakness Might i laailtw ajaaiaKMI M dMHLtt eT Wseala- - la ariae Unpotaasy teases ed vital dntt Ky laet Jnne kraM aire aad we eaaa VMVV was held At QraeavilW Wrieeeeie Hydra Wj atMies sav raSasHoa oa sets BtesetsMfo Hilwosls ate of iatereetad hi the repae aad shst w aaver esnaaed I wm as Mad aWwi Xeasoaat le He looHiabfs eases Ohaeges siftaeiaa h ssassHHiaaaaAl aeeeotsd ar particularly in Miaa TabVa annual report WomU ma hiri or tiepeeU schemes KftttMw Sat we ea leUeced Xe afo uotaew near sorry to see In Uy IQIaabaUitows bat an owitiki eean ready flur serviat isrlaf sad bBBlutewu to ai 1000a teaticBOBlal letter oa tUefrew eared n4teut Mtuay sawed at district tbatBrandonbats has no moiety be Ore salsa stew free ju WHsntlal We have fallen pd eioefr here unleas mii w uj tatter write IBS to ttajr SON 0 A F00TE the lata MttMOtwy djeavkt meeting bold fen weoaceetau VMrotMe aMs swawosM aswa wet es iam her should awake to dauberoaa to CvlMUtt ky brother-in-law oI3ei FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 4i vj Â¬ - Worms wvwr-wrw-a-- vermifuge Â¬ Vn jMBssak Â¬ f SLf - Â¬ Â¬ asaHjsaaH - SSroftSS AJKIRST Tr t4j m 4 4 Cartas I mh 11 Ht aadUT sasaaa sUi WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WAHTf WHBN IN ft M di mpfc S w j BANK -OF HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE A Neglected Grave Appeals to the Sympathy of Kentucky It is natural and expedient that oar thoughts should often reour to the deeds of VHlor of the brave who have fallen and who are Bleeping their last sleep Our object now is not so mush to discuss the deeds of the subject of this ootn inunioatlon as to bring to our winds the duty we owe to the perpetuation of liis memory father as he worked In the fields often turned to his signal of peace and that he breathed a sigh of relief and tolled on with the thought just a little longer and all will be peace Many brave men fell during the civil war and tombs all over the land attest the appreciation of their valor as they Ought Yet under what different circumstances did those men go forth to battle to that of our subject Many went in their young manhood educated refined and skilled in all the military tactics of this grand Bepublic They went at a time when the facilities for warfare were at the very zenith of perfection their battles were fought on scientific principles and on plans of honor they met on open plains and fought as men of honor but with all these advantages it would be a great lack of appreciation of their worth on the part of American citizens did they not honor the graves of the fallen And yet and yet in our own Kentucky in an obscure grave beneath the thadowi of grim old trcs Where naught is heard but the wild blrdssong And the lonely vole of the As It echoes through the woods the whole night long MBffuaaaal1a3BBnnnnnm HAEBIUSBUB0 B v The Empire Disq Drill superb maohine and Beet Disq Drill made TWb i will give perfeot satiBfaotion where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never olog tip with corn stalka weeds and graee or foul trash of any kind It does not make any difference how hard the ground is or how thioh the trash it will do exoellent and auocoeeful work Theres just one right way to bow seed just one way F 1BARD rrmldest WILL MLLKR Viee Preeldent M II BBAUD Oaebier 1 G W 11BAJID MOKKM B8KRIDQE R M JOLLY INTEREST J DlttKOTOIW DEPOSITS PAID ON TIME thats accurate reliab and profitable all at the same time There are and thats the EMPIUE DRILL way - T m D Renfrow eeeeissBasaeeaeeewae reasons onough to fill a book so weve filled one and will qo pleased to Bond it free to those- who are sufficiently in iorestod to ask for it Address DENTIST Crown and Bridge I think it would he a rare instance in deed would world lies The to find an individual who To steal from the be willing and not a stone tell whoie he mmmmmmt8mmmmmmmffimm8mmmmm8mm8 early corn sustained such injury and unless rain comes soon may prove even lighter than early corn In the Western counties the rains continued longer and late corn will make a fall average crop Some early corn is being cut Late com will not be safe vf McQUADY J W PATE - KENTUCKY w i deairo to be remembered after Work death is natural Costly Mausoleums are erected over the graves of many no Â¬ ted men and women and even in the A SPECIALTY humbler walks of life the dying bave been heard to BajPlac esomething love on my grave if only a humble little vio- Â¬ If a traveler should today visit let OFFICE OVER Tepe and go five miles east he would come in view of the celebrated Heston Willis Gos New Store tomb of Hiram the widows son Fearful lest all trace of his grave OLOVERPORT KY be losthe built this tomb before his death and there it yet stands to mark BUYS A 350 SUIT the last resting place of the greatest ar- Â¬ BBTBBtTKJBUirr DUIBLB chitect the world has ever known f i1000 CBLKBkUTED BttttJUM SSIO BOIITRO It BklT AID BXKK ansa ruin sun at rim SUIT rtt FOR ANT Of THIStsivb stands there today and is viewed by ev A NEW tOITS WHICH DONT Ojyt JATISFACTSII ery sojourner to that land and with a WIAt IIMiH eel and I BIND NO MONEY L5I ey ana bat wnciner rvernco sena to us stt c those who untold by Urge or small forage and we will Mod you fully understand the suit br ucrtH t o D subject to ei amlntlon You can exaaataeltatyour express office and l found perfectly utit One own Bro Robb Morris who fully f actory and aaaal te taitt tele la rear bvi far S 110 pay your ei press agent aar Bpeclil realized all that the great builder was uirer 1rieo alvi and express chargei THESE KNEE PANT SUITS are ior dots a to looked on the Bacred heap with wonder 16 years of aire aaa era ratalwa tf7br at and admiration and poured out his I 10 Made with DOUBLE BUT aaaKHIIS UtMt 100 ljl a Uleatnlee suee fraaa a rwii fetlingsina beautiful tribute to the BuataCatham neat handsome pattern fine Italian lining leaela Jrsjda IIHIslsr assise worthy dead in which he said isllar auea sad Uaca stajLsaaS far away SLQfi sewlef fa ralarartlai tilt tkrearkesta eat t any bay or parent would be proad eft roil 7KKa CLOTH BiBflES a Bays CLtkbv far kaj 4 U 1 TB1M writ rar Suple Beak He BIB contains fashion plates tape Measure and fnlllnstractions how to order Mens Bulla aaada to order trora SOO up Bam pies sent free on application Address CO Inc SEARS ROEBUCK Chicago III Xalter Stars Beetrek A Ce are taoroaiMi nUaUe to r fit Office In Rear of Moorman Drug Store A Owens Where In thy life time thou hadst reared This tomb befitting one o great They bote thee Monarch loved and feared And laid thee In thy bed of state They closed thee in with cunning art And left jhee to thy well earned fame Twas all the living can Impart A tomb a ptgeant and a name f IlTB PePae I X iiBa I 1 1 Sua Dr J I M00EMAN Dentist CLOVERPORT KY Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work n nunscae vThe TAILOR S A Will be in Clover with Casper May Co j port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month OANNBTTON IND Many and many monuments have been erected over the graves of many fallen braves of Kentucky and we all feel a great degree of pride when this is done knowing it is all the living can do Impart a tomb a pageant c Yet one neglected crave I feel appeals to the hearts of all true and loyal Kentuckians namely that of Ool Wm Hardin The sun for more than one hundrecL years has risgn and set over his graye and has never yet shone on even a lit- Â¬ tle flower placed there as a token that he was remembered And yet his deeds of daring aro as fresh in the minds of the present gener- Â¬ ation though they had waded with him through seas of blood and oer plains of carnage Braying the storms of Indian warfare and meeting at last death to obtain for those who might come after him freedom prosperity and the ad Â¬ vantages of civilization Ooming at a time when he could collect but a hand Â¬ ful of men to follow him he braved all the dangers of a savage warfare pene Â¬ trating the then dense forests of Breck enridge county mostly by the light of Gods own Btars until he came to the beautiful spot Hardinsburg where ho pitched his tent as it were and prepared to open a country that has proven a grand and wonderful inheritance for coming generations Under the most trying circumstances he with the little force he could command opened up fields in which they raised thin corn and other products for food If or did they work in quiet and peace but for years while the men were in the fields a guard was kept on duty to see that the lurking savage did not rush in with tomahawk and scalping knife and de Â¬ stroy the life of everyjwoman and child In the fort They did not work then as men do now with the Star Spangled Banner waving in peace over them tfow catching the gleam of the mornings first beam Ita ree glory reflected thlnlog over the stream unmarked even by a rough stone lies all that is mortal of Gen Wm Hardin the Pioneer of Breckenrjdae county He deserves better than this he de Â¬ serves better than this from us for he and those of his kind wrought for us a rich and enduring legacy in the noblest civilization the world has ever known Kentucky History Let his neglected grave eorve as an ap- Â¬ peal to every true and loyal Kentuckian to make an effort to obtain means to erect a monument suitable to his mem- Â¬ ory Let an appointment be made for a meeting at Hardinsburg Ky during the month of September 1800 Let ad drosses be made by Kontucky orators and consider the best method whereby to obtain the dosired amount whether by subscription or by legislation or by both Appoint a committee to draft resolutions etc etc Who will make the appointment Having heard the opinion of many of Hardinaburgs best citizens on this subject I feel that their hearty co operation can be relied upon In the last conversation I bad the honor to hold with Col Alfred Allen we dis- Â¬ cussed this subject and in his grand firm and fluent way he expressed great regret Hardins that Gen grave was so unjustly neglected and said he sincerely hoped the time would soon come when a monument such as he deserved would be erected to his memory Who will appoint the day for this deserved work to bo begun I foel that it can be made a day of honor to the county and be the fore runner of a successful move toward a good work We would like to hear from every one who feels an interest in this work Send your communication through our ounty paper the BiucKXNBiDai Nbwb and it will reach every home in the county Mbs Kacukl B Lay Stephensport Ky Â¬ valuable-c- The editor of the Farm Journal asks Why have a mortgage on the farm poor crops sour bread grip leak in the roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the closet or any other pain or trouble when you can get the Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years by pay Â¬ ing a year in advance for the BBkoxsN ridqbNkws Inisyou can do if you are not too late KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops And Live Stock September 1 1899 Bepliea were received this month from 143 correspondents representing 100 counties WHEAT Everything thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT IRE INSURANCE Famished by some little old soiled garment of the little ones was belated on a pole above the fort as a signal that all was well within And 1 fancy that theanxlons eye of the Bit I fancy that oftentimes GEORGE H CASPERKE mKJtIDHHBURQ HBNTUOKY Jewelry and iMaaranee ePafS7vSSBHh0 JHSTBaaaaBnnnavaH LYONS TRADE MARK iBeeeeeeeeeajBaeeeiueeeelllVaeiu JassaBeeei BBaTUBaar A BBBBBBBWrSety aawaBBBB WBM VvSk vUBanBunuBH taBtauHBanl LAXATIVE V Out el Turn and aUkaftWa lar4uUa umim wbbmbu Tkay are tjoeiaei aiaailv tMrroha a LfcemeelrM ael their BWMt fteyedftleM era fee twOa aefi eajty Swtt BUc Jung ttrk fit thou- - SYRUP WATWRCS CURE FOR TameWaieM7 YBeyaallN mi fteAth MeM eat feaalhWa McELREES Wine of Cardui wwataatm nr It Maws CONSTIPATION l A DELIGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE me aVatft vtul lnawa IbimUIm nrUtelalHi of iOtm an fmiu rertne care of kabU- Ml 0MlMlJ M weiHu tanU Ww mVA poised Bar ires BBTlattatsss aHtwaurttt It reetoree womanly vigor and power It tones md tbe Arvee which enfferinf and dweMwlwre tittered Itk th most perfect remedy ev devised to restore weak women to veriest auBal bWi to taw womanly and health tber means juir mmnWfmBWt lyow matcanToo uUfmma yi POK tkXJt BY 5 SHORT HAYNES fAtt VawaP ft kann for mvbm in mum ytniinnc tmmtlfam aiadwatc nvinf IDO SWt wBaPalaBBa TUaMsV at Bui dt aariatat - tfAgn FTr Threshing has progressed in the North Â¬ ern and Western States of the winter wheat belt without developing any change from conditions previously reÂ¬ ported The crop is a light one in yield and considerably below the average in point of quality Spring wheat harvest Is searing com Â¬ pletion and some threshing has been done In addition to the Injury to the crop in Minnesota and the Dakotaa by the hot winds farther damage by hall and wind storms has occurred the loss being total in a number of counties in Minnesota and South Dakota Bain durÂ¬ ing the latter part of August has InterÂ¬ fered with harvesting and threshing In North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota and Nebraska eaaeing sproatiBg shock and staek and bleaebing of the standing grain The yield from threshem is re Â¬ ported disappointing rarely exeeedlag fifteen bushel per aere In Kentaoky the weather wm gener Â¬ ally favorable to threshing and no reÂ¬ ports of sprouted grain are resetted Yield eontlnaes to prove Ijght with the quality holding up to the exeellent grade promised earlier Coourlng the favorable indleations for a higher futare market the erop is being marketed freely Reports show bat 67 per eent of crops in iarmersbands eompared with 78 per September 1 eent on September 1 1898 Preparation for seeding the next erop m well advanoed aJthoagh work is now oaapended in a anmer of eewaUes on aeeoaat of a soeond drenttv Forty nor eent of mil plowing was Wmplottd 0a God God said- - Thoushalt not as well as Thou Bhalt and we may prac Â¬ tice the Golden Bule but we do not Â¬ grow God like until we have the loye of God shed abroad in our hearts and then we aro sometimes called narrow minded bigots ftqm danger before October 1 The News has made a very generouB The condition for the State as a whole offer to the teachers of Breckenridge and averages 73 which is the average on adjoining countios and certainly they August 1 The condition September 1 will ayail themselves of this grand oppor- Â¬ for the past two years was September 1 tunity Half a loaf 1b better than no 1808 105 September 1 1807 88 The bread and if wo cannot have an edu- Â¬ Western section shows the highest aver Â¬ cational journal in Breckenridge county 81 an improvement of we will be very glad of an educational age condition four points daring a month In the column in tho News conducted by our Central section the condition is 05 and county teachers for Southeastern section it is 70 TABLEBS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ In a number of the extreme Western counties army worms threaten total MENT relieves the intense itchinc It destruction of late corn soothes heals and cures chronic cases TOBACCO where surgeons fail It is no experi- Â¬ Tobacco has greatly Improved during ment its sales increase through Ita August and while the improvement cures Every bottled guaranteed Price was checked to some extent by the ces- Â¬ 50cts In bottles tubes 75 cts A R sation of rains the outcome is very sat- Â¬ Fisher isfactory The condition September 1 averages 78 an improvement of nine EASTLAND points during the month The condi- Â¬ tion September 1 1808 was 00 in 1807 Thos Caley went to Owensboro Mon- Â¬ CO In the Western section the condi- Â¬ day tion averages 70 in the Central 78 and I B Payne Harned was visiting rela- Â¬ Southeastern 84 The Western condi- Â¬ tives here last week tion is materially affected by dumage Wm N Johnson Hites Run was from vast numbers of wormB which are reported more numerous than eyer be- visiting friends here Sunday I learn that we are soon to have anoth- Â¬ fore known It is estimated that 10 per Flat All of crop was housed prior to Sep- Â¬ er neighbor from Persimmon cent J tember 1 which is nine per cent less welcome him than was housed by same date last year Miss Ella Ahl Hardinsburg who has 1IKMF been visiting here for some time has re- Â¬ The estimated average yield of hemp turned home per acre is 075 pounds The average All Eastland lacks of being a first class yield for 1808 was 850 pounds For 1807 city is people and houses and a few the yield was 7C0 pounds more electric cars L1VJC STOCK Quite a number of bachelors of this Sheep The number of breeding owes place have announced themsolveB can- Â¬ 1b estimated at 00 percent of the number didates for matrimony in 1808 There has been a substantial Miss Eva King who has been visiting increase in the Central counties many relatives at Harned for some time re- Â¬ of which report an increase of 25 per turned homo Sunday cent over last year On the other hand The little daughter of Mr and Mrs in the Eastern Southeastern and South Â¬ Sam Ahl who has been very low for ern counties devoted more particularly some time we are glad to say is im- Â¬ to raising stock sheep the number is proving correspondingly decreased being but 80 It is highly significant that in al- Â¬ Remainder of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1902 per cent of the number in 1808 most every instanco where a vote has A and 1903 Cattle The number of feeders com- Â¬ been taken on local option this year pared with 1808 Is 85 per cent Cattle local option has won are suffering annoyance to an unusual Remember the Sabbath School That degree from the horn fly which is is what we ought to keep in our minds more numerous than ever known This every Sunday morning and get ready to with the drying up of pastures and scar- Â¬ come and bring some children or older city of stock water In some sections has person with us We never cot too old reduced the condition of cattle as well as to learn but some of us get too negli- Â¬ gent livestock generally Some Pinkeyo Is reported in Bullitt county Chrunlo Diarrhoea Cure Horses The number of weanlings This is to certify that I have had is 85 per cent of the number in 1898 chronic diarrhoea ever since the war I Mules The number of sugar mules got so weak I could hardly walk or do cotton anything One bottle of Chamberlains Is estimated at 80 per cent mules at 83 percent and weanlings Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy at 88 per cent of the number of 1808 cured me sound and well J R Glbbs Hogs The number of hogs Is estima Â¬ Fincastle Ya ted at 87 per cent of the number of 1808 I had chronio diarrhoea for twelve BaaaaBahaUnattaDj we wUlaeaUTOu SOI HI4H A number of counties report an unusual years Three bottles of Chamberlains ISa u ue4j MACHINE scarcity of hogs Hog cholera la preval- Â¬ Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy aiADibsM CABINET IU10ICI IEWIKQnearest irelgnt depot and It You can eiamlnelt at your etiLa ent to a limited extent Thirty corre- Â¬ cured me S L Shaver Fincastle Va found trfwtlr llilieiarr eiactly a represented uUtlTIST B1KU1IH IOU BTKB HBAUO OF par r Haye spondents answer the question Offer Both Mr Glbbs and Mr Shavers are rricktuai our Speolalmacnine Price SIB BO weigus d rreltrnt chant ins will affirmatively and 108 prominent farmers and resldo near Fin- Â¬ IS pounds and the freWbt you hog cholera aTeraira 75 cents tor each MO mile GIVE IT THREEMONTH8TRIALln jour own homell and answer In the negative air your S1SW any UuT you are not satlned w we will castle Va They produced the remedy rrcat returnaal SB SO BIUOO StlOO ar4 af ttaalc MuUm atBaa laa Maeala CUlara aitu PA8TUUS3 fall dcr1bdlB Oar tr9 ILDduJu from Mr W E Casper a druggist at tkl DROP DESK Pastures in the Central counties are that place who is well acquainted with ktsia80 rr value ever offeree by CABINET BURDIOK aur house Is the Greatest -very short indeed while in the Western them and will vouch for the truth of BEWARE OF IMITATIONS nrS under rarlous names section grazing Is still good The con- Â¬ their statements For Sale by A R Tertlmenta orterinit a ksua aiukiat la Cklcsca aa4 Lira wkawltlt are Wrli taaia rries Tarlous inducement 111 SSBSfflRrFSSI I MLUBWAJDnBOARBHOT dition averages 81 compared with aver Â¬ Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman iiiuiI bUHLIIIjK by sbt uuou wiist ornmmm i etirt age years On August 1 the condition Stephensport BKICTSOrNOXE MAUE BY THE BEST HAKKII IN AMKItlCA was 04 rilUH TUX BUM 1 A 1 tUlAlv v SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK Apples continue to drop and orchard- BBnWsannnaBaaaaaaaaaT 7 ruHoroUBUBD onalllutratlonhowanuublneeloaed lets are resorting to making them into elkar j BBBBBaannnnnnnnnnSBBBBBaaaaaaannl ping from ilirht to be used a a Ur ubl Ua4 ar ihaUiirop cider to save a portion of the crop The and carred paneled drwri Ltd 18IH flnlta h saMnlikl drawer pull emboased caa iklLa reete on a decorated cabinet flitet yield of fall and winter apples will bn I aftw B laeaBaTaaessW tors ball bearing adjUtabl treadle genuine Smyth Iron atand rtnaat Ian Hlk Arm ka pcaltlre four motion read aelf threading Tlbrat very light and of inferior quality Ins shuttle autoautle bobbin winder adlutable bearings patent tension liberator Improred loose wheel adjustable preeeer foot Improved shuttle Lucas Moobk carrier patent needle bar patent dreaa guard head Is handsomely deooreied IkuiiwIj NlOKEtTHIMMED ndrtiMM Commissioner of Agriculture GUARANTEED tk Iltemi nudes BMIresleeee easiest Beuleeealae PAY UP I ALL WHO PAY FOR THE ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE Â¬ JOURNALi FARM NEARLY FIVE YEARS y 9 9 2 0 with the Farm Journal and is for i This offer is by special arrangement x o A SHORT TIME ONLY I SEND NO MONEY 7ltMCollt i m 11 fflvii4oHn m THE if lorn if YOU SRSTf GET k PilnBBaaaaaaanT aafjnnBaal afnnnBBBal For Infants and Thi KM Yin Havi Always Btflght Bears the CASTOR A Children I SAND CAVE FLAT MORE Tea laftny Oil wleV a LTiuinin othtptjxr Twice-a-Wii- wwa ltfv rntiuiauTniiDMaf than published both in quality and sww liei Mina sua Bnrr aUstkuat la ciuaUka aaa ear Tree znBtruetJon book telle Just how anyone oan run It and doetttierpiala or any ktaatot fancy work A 80 YEARS BINDIKO QUABAXTXX te seat with every machine IT PnCT Villi NflTillNft to in and eiamlne this maehlne oomparalt Wln those your torekeeperaellsatSSOOO to tnn nn and than If oonTlneed re are sails BMse te Bi0ea ear Wl TOlirHUg TOCB SISlu If at aa lieu allele Una auattia jee say yea are r traikt asaal tk 1600 BkHtor I Hears KnabuckA Oo are thoroughly rUabla ItOBt UIL1Y MtMtlslM OBMBTOOil 111 Address CO When you write mention this paper tss il SEARS ROEBUCK Inc Chicago o glenatareof ZaJffo Covbier Iournal Is the Tub qua of many dallies tad the superior of all ether papers It prists more real news mere good class matter mora good class matter thin any other Is sited Wedaesday aad Saturday Agod commit ton te ageats Sample cepUs tree on application Write to COURIER jpURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAM flKT Needing rain Crops are oaSoria Mm Disk Wagner is vlaiUag her pa Â¬ rent Mr and Mrs George Lewie Mr Gardner Hawkins is with his daughter Mm L B AdMssoa Mies Zftlma Lay went to Lodlbarg last Sfttarday to attend the meeting at Wei yyoooo-oyoo-THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG si 4 BiBreckenridge News AMD KY 1899 VHI First Term pf Five Months Begins September 4 Twice-a-Wee- k nut Grove Courier Journal OLOVKKVOliT KY Both Oae Year for Golden Rod yon strike the meet re spoaelve ehord of my heart when you 1 compliment the sehool in year town U far esah MBerlpllao mly AUsubaarip TMs for the Principal el that school is some lloas u4er tU eamblnsUon offer savst U seat through the oavee of the mothers boy Master Arthur Owyeomh of Owens bora after spending4 the summer wlh blaunlo A A Olayeomb returned home last Sundey te eater seboel Mon 1 LHrVgtjJSSSwa1 day th ilk B I In a nwnatMkr sjf ooajaAaos oavteoiitUy hi BBiemPOJt To tarry the Golden jlaXr Ifita TnlahVOafal I the evRMd tAfttan the Mint coated nt a Bale Into our tvory day life m to meas Â¬ el a ttafN when ure our CriaWaMBlty by the ptwe word of time when into oorn Instructors Praotioal thorough and eflthu4aWo men No school in this section of the SWitf offers and women superior inducements C0UR5BS AND TUITION Primary Intermediate Teachers1 1 u ONLY 2S rrewteU Mf 71 permenth it MpBiiillmT MeaUiU H 8 SO Sw nernrtm M Breckenridge News 155 BelM9perweeJq eaVefHMrei See farther lnlermatien and D S ROBERTS Mrt Jr AB KY Presidmmt KX HARDIN8BUIIQ 2 DREYFUS all Stock CONDEMNED Bat Ue FWtevtt He Will Soon Ik Sot at Liberty MHtary PsaHlva that the Prisoner WNt 9m Cempelled te Serve Hl SHtMc no more trying work than the weavers the confinement the heat and the impure air there is often an amount en phys There 1 HARDIN8BURQ Ciena Up BaslneM end Ad Till Next Year Philadelphia Sept 8 After a most tnwseful meeting the thirty third annual eManpninnt of the Orand Army has ttfjoiifhetl Albwt D Sbay of Water Colon town If Y was antnottly elected eontnndr monlet niter Judge Leo Mnmteur of St Levis MoocH he a caadrdets JcWAs boom ended with hfe eJeotton Wrtoe often or the Hnexpirsd tern of tke hue Commander Sexton totting- two oays Aside front h Mleeticm Of a the pessiojf question reoetved the hsnjor portion of atten tion Resolutions wont adopted that rule 325 ia practice was a hardship to that K required proof of identity and Injuries Whloh many bid soldiers could not furnish and asking that the president re establish rule 194 later passed by congress which Is not so stringent In 1th requirements TRBSTIjBJCOLLAPSBD Train Falls Into a River Hnd Four Men Meet Death Columbia S C Sept ll8vtrral cars and an engine fell fifty feet Into the Broad river by the collapsing of a trestle on the Columbia Newberry and Lourens road The following were killed Engineer JoMrn Â¬ Added to Voter ical ffltarffa Q II WnV fc T I Mens fjj 0t pC miles which seams in Â¬ credible In the manufacture of ptuah for ex Â¬ ample those who cat the pite have to walk about thirty exertion ladles Children Heanta Sept 11 Whta the dread tavtlkt of guilty wm oonmuatoated to Drayfus oa Saturday ay hU faithful at- toraty M Labort the unfortunate man was dated However h milled qulok- lyand l bsarlng the terrible shook HOES NOW READY The Fair JRECKENRIDGB WEDNESDAY SEPT NEWS 13 with marvelous fortitude Madame Dttyfus and ftathteu Drey fU4 hrs brother visited him The meet- Â¬ ing with his wife was naturally very affecting but both held up as well as possible Ho Bald to her I am not uneasy regarding my sal f I shtl soon be free but I think of you and my poor children They will bn branded as tho children of a traitor He Is convinced that the ten years Imprisonment to which he Is sentenced will be wiped out by the five years of solitary seclusion he has undergone on Devils Island and he expects to be re-Â¬ leased by Oct 16 which will be five years from the date of his former con demnatlon 6o far as can be ascertained military men are perfectly satisfied with the verdict which they interpret as the honor of the army and at the same time doing an act of mercy to Dreyfus who they say has suff- Â¬ iciently expiated his crime in the awful existence he pas Bed on Devils island They point out that even if he is sent to Fort Corte It will bo to receive henceforth the humane treatment he has experienced since his return to safeguarding could not even walk aCruMt the room without pain in my chest The doctor who attended me aatd I had lung trouble and that I would never be well again At lout I concluded to try Dr Ilercei medicine t bought a bottle or Golden Med teat Discovery took It and soon commenced to feel a little better then you directed me to take both the Golden Medical Discovery and the lavorlte Prescription which I did Altogether t have taken eighteen bottles of Golden Medical Discovery twelve of the Pavorite Pre- Â¬ scription and five vials of Fellets I amnow almost entirety well and do all my workrtth out any pain whatever and can run with more ease than I could formerly wait Â¬ miles breathe in vitiated air filled with particle of dust poisonous coloring matter and other sub stances irritating to the throat and lungs It is no wonder that o many mill lwiHli have an obstinate cough or tfiat so many of them die of lung trouble It is to operatives whose work makes them peculiarly liable to lung disease that Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis Â¬ covery cornea as a priceless boon It posi Â¬ tively cures deep seated and obstinate cnuglM bronchial affections bleeding of the lungs and other diseases which if neglected lead to consumption When I commenced Ukiugyour raedldnu etchtwu months ngo my health wan completely brukcu down writes Mrs Core t Sunderland of ClianeyvlUe Calvert Co Md At time 1 step of that And with every a day Hmi drew a tas crowd Dr H C Hoard of thw eity ia aot a Ooebel man Dr Bomb of Meade couuty was bare last M oMajr Mr and Mr E1 Beard have retofaed to Lottlsrillf Rlcbard May la a very enthusiastic Tb RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE Atlmr Kr i thirty they GosHi sapporter The RepabliesuB will have a big day here la October Hem y Kurts of Webster lias some horses snu eattls for sale You bet we osver fall oa a divorce ff yon were not married light The brick and stone work of the new Catholie ehureh Is about completed The Catholic ohuroh reaped a good round Mm ol money out of last Satur Â¬ days work Hon A 0 Ruflker will speak here to- Â¬ morrow Bight in favor of the John Yoting i Obatinate soree ami uloen which refuao to heal under ordinary troavt soon booome ohronio and treop-Mirfof Promptly Cmd tnent onrl Ark ft aitMl sricm tbat ilia ubJ 13- auoj nyo C C enttwtrirOTilaaon in a aeprarwi HMWon are ra Â¬ con tke Byatein Mid DJ Oi Oi Oi ar a Mrer drain p case the poison mnt stantly sapping away the vitality In from the blood and no amount of external teeatment be can have any effect There is no uncertainty aboub the merits of S S a every etatm Six Years of Intense- eijr mvi eUrad evy Brown ticket JutltceAhl retarded from Philadel Â¬ phia last Saturday V Bflurtoii went testimony of those who have oean ourod by it and know of its virtues by experience Mr L J Clark of Orange Courthouse Va writes For six years I had an obstinate runnisz ulcer on my ankle whloh at times caused me intense suffering I was so disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for BBBBBslasVBfcw BB SSBl Dick Weatherby of Columbia Silas You can consult Dr Pierce by lettrr absolutely without charge He will care- Â¬ fully consider your condition and write you fully giving you familiar fatherly advice as well as medical direction Your letter will be held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr IL V Pierce Buffalo N Y 1899 The Saloon Must do VomanB Ghriatinn Temperance bell Its regular meeting Monday at the Methodist cburch There in large majority of tho members i at besides many visitors the absence ol the president the resident Mre James Stites con- the services After an appropriate and prayer the minutes were read tSe secretary Mrp Ferry followed by a Bible reading by Mrs Ans Wur- fild A committee was appointed to t arrange the program for the mxt month A campaign committee composed of Mr bl V Harris Dr F M Smith Mr F N eHur and Mr Alfred Oez was ap- fnted by the president Che audience then enjoyed a treat in One Sweety Isirenlnfr to the song Solemn Thought which was beautifully CHOuiK by Miss Jessie Reynolds of Fords iville Ky the attractive uuestof Miss Mamie DeHavon The Rev Mr Bigham who is well b known in tlila vicinity as an eloquont nlfrcible Bpeakor was introduced by rejfe Stites Mr Bigham said that the irruobuBtneM is a business without a true defender He defied any man lie he vender or consumer to give him a valid reason why this evil should he abroad in the land It appeals to only two classes of men those who want to drink it and those who make money by He showed clearly the its consumption relation existing between the citizen and the government the citizen giving honor obedience and tribute that tin government may afford him protection 4 nr Ilia lila nrnnorfv r w MW Ufa nnrt rwrw many mug mule inuairauoDB no U vfrr ltt vv 1a o a Attad vliav m Art on liOJ m aieus in uu oa u fiUfou as he pleases with his own property ud ss be pleases to do right The llceuiud liquor traffic ta a question that affects everyone nun women and innoceut children and should be put down by the law It can be done it has been done and ought to be done by the voters of L this magisterial district Mr Bigham closed by saying that the opnnBaloon can be dosed by its being voted a public nuisance if in no other Arkansas way After this inspiring talk the names of Family Poisoned Pittsburg Sept 11 Mrs Mary Gal- Â¬ several new mombers were added to the Hat gad life meeting was adjourned to lagher 35 wife of Felix Gallagher a at the Uhrlstlan church next JMon- - mill man of Port Perry poisoned her- Â¬ f Bight self and her three children with lauda- Â¬ num Mrs Gallagher and her 3otnr Innrushda baby are dead but the two daugh- Â¬ London Ky Sept 9 News fo m ters will probably recover The hua Clay county near the line of Leslie band8 statement to the coroner is that f county is to the effect that Henry Mnr- - he knows of no possible reason why his cum was ambushed and murdered wife should commit the deed I Wednesday and James Roberts suffer Will Not Testify ed the same fate Thursday The Mar Berlin Sept 7 The Lokal Anzelger cum and Roberts families accuse each publishes an Interview with Colonel other of these two murders Schwartzkoppen whloh is believed to Minister Kxpelled define Germanys policy toward the Dreyfus affair When asked whether jrTgoevea presiding elder of the Lexlng be would go to Rennes to depose the No I do not dlatrlct of the Methodist eonfer- - oolouel curtly replied onea of Kentucky was round guilty think the emperor will permit me to Jkw tke UvestigatlnE board of the con make a statement We have nothing areace of eonduct unbecoming a mln to do with the affair later and expelled from conference Dewey to Retire Confessed the Crime Gibraltar Sept 6 Admiral Dewey Marlon Jnd Sept 7 Cllfford Mor- Â¬ expressed a favorable opinion as to the ris auaeeeied of the murder of Elmer outcome of the war in the Philippines TsanrHttwi iBMunclewaa run down here saying that he hoped the next dry sea Â¬ by Paptawa Turner of the Muncle police son would see the Insurrection quelled fart mmI eoiifessed to the killing He The admiral said that he did not ex Â¬ rt1fft that he quarreled while drunk pect to go oa sea servloe again exoept in the eveat of war and that he will 4at IUbbJRoq with a elub probably retire under the regulaUoas tfsM Quarts Discovered OtiaaJapooca Sept 6 While digging Raimas Oou1b a mm Q Lookout mouotalB 0 M Merrilton Ark Sept 7 Hon W S others discovered goffl Haaaa 60 a prominent politician of I GaflNftlMMI and ynHVtP Jft large quantities Toe gold the atate la dead He was a promised tVALjWpa struck about six miles rem Masoa asd a cousin el Beeator Mark an gives evkleaea of be ta a tUA oa 1 ij - One strange fact Is the extraordinary difference of opinion respecting the ex- Â¬ act effect of the Judgment whethor ho can be degraded again and whether tho Ave years solitary confinement he Brave Boys Are Soon to Meet has undergono will be regarded as equivalent to the ten years detention Irf National Reunion to which he la now sentenced and ho will he released next month This matter is quite aside from the general Excellent Program Prepared by the impression that he will be pardoned in Citizens of Evansvllle a few days by President Loubot who will find some grounds to exercise clomency Maltre Domangethtnks the Ave years ftSraaBviUe InL Scpfji NdonaJ will count for nothing aifd that Drey- Â¬ retmloa of Blue and Gray will bo held fus according to law will have to suf- Â¬ here Oct 10 to 18 The reunion orig Â¬ fer ten years detention Many others inated from eentlmemta expressed by however hold a contrary opinion and President McKlaley at Atlanta Ga declare that ho will be released in Oc- Â¬ aad by Gen Fltzhugh Leo at the Chi- Â¬ cago peace Jubilee The citizens of Ev tober Colonel Jouaust also declares that ansrillo took the suggestion up and Dreyfus must serve ten years but he the mayor with a committee made a expressed a conviction that thero trip over tho country inviting the gov- Â¬ would not be a fresh degradation This ernors to Join in the reunion All prom- Â¬ ceremony requires breaking the pris- Â¬ ised tocomo President McKlnley and oners sword and tearing off his epau- Â¬ General Stephen D Loe will be pres- Â¬ lets ent Competitive prize drills and a sham battle will bo among the enter- Â¬ Nttvnl Veterans Ruptured Philadelphia Sept 7 There were taining features while a steamboat pa- Â¬ lively times at the session of Che Na- Â¬ rade on the Ohio river will be novel Another Deputy Killed tional Association of Naval Veterans Barbourvllle Ky Sept 6 A cour- Â¬ A resolution providing for tho admis Â¬ sion of participants in the Spanish war ier from Manchester brings news that to membership In the association start- Â¬ Wash Thacker a deputy sheriff of Clay ed a rumpus and the result was that county has been shot from ambush A mule on which Bob there 1b now a split in the organisa- Â¬ and killed tion A number of speeches were made Smith who accompanied Thacker was and the vote on the resolution waa riding was slain but Smith lay mo- Â¬ overwhelmingly against admitting the tionless on the ground for a couple of men of the late war When the result hours by tho side of Thacker feigning was announced tho Farragut delegates death and thus escaped assassination from New York and the delegates from Thacker recently testified in court for the Admiral Boggs association of New- Â¬ tne Philpots and against the Griffins ark N J walked out in a body It la These two factions are said to be pro their Intention to start an opposition paring for further hostilities association Report on Pension Methods Chattanooga Sept C The report of Adverse to the Miners Little Rock Sept 6 Judge John H S B Case a member of tho Grand Rosxts of the federal court delivered Army investigating committee on the opinion on the strike controversy matter of the mothods of Pension Com- Â¬ at Fort Smith involving the question missioner H Clay Evans has been of Btate and federal prerogatives He sent by him to tho chairman of the in- Â¬ decided that the United States district vestigating committee Committeeman court has jurisdiction over the action Case expresses the opinion from all of the state court In issuing an injunc- Â¬ the evidence adduced in the investiga- Â¬ tion restraining commercial companies tion that the commissioner of pen- Â¬ from Importing miners and restraining sions is conducting the department in railroad companies from transporting accordance with the law which he is such miners from another state Into observing strictly to the letter France BLUE AND THE GRAY Reonick fireman of Greenville S C Stewart Martin negro of Alston S 0 unidentified man with head severed from body William Bates an extra fireman went down with the wreck but was dug out from under tons of granite without a scratch James Watson superintendent of explosives at the gran- Â¬ ite quarry Jumped from the train and landed 50 feet below unhurt The bridge had Just been completed and was pronounced in first class condition Brace of Fires and Fatalities Loulsvillo Sopt 9 Flro destroyed the stove foundry of Brldgeford Company causing a loss of 200000 insurance about 100000 While going to tho flro a salvage truck was over- Â¬ turned and Sam Reese a fireman was fatally injured While the Brldgeford fire was in progress the plant of the Phoenix Tanning company was totally destroyed by fire Loss 50000 John Zennder a spectator was caught under a falling wall and his skull crushed Ready For the Fray Johannesburg Sept 1 At a moot- Â¬ ing of the war commission held at the fort a complete scheme was drafted it is sold for protecting and provisioning the town in the event of hostilities Commander Vlljoen of the Transvaal forces says that martial law will bo proclaimed immediately on the receipt of on ultimatum from Great Britain and a tribunal has been established to assume the necessary funotlons when the state of siege Is proclaimed Up to Chamberlain Pretoria Sept 5 State Secretary Reitz said the Transvaal government was waiting until Saturdays dispatch reached the Imperial authorities before making Its contents public With- Â¬ out however entering into details he could Bay that In his Judgment the proposals of the government offered Mr Chamberlain an opportunity of coming to a settlement regarding the franchise and other outstanding questions Â¬ Â¬ to New York Rev LeItohfieldpf BrandQdburgoame down to hear Goebel but he stys he cannot support him Goebel and Blaokburn were guests at the Parham house durinn their brief Stay hers last Saturday Thomas Ditto and wife Brandepburg Wereliere last week the guests of Mr and Mrs R P 8killman Mr and Mre Tom Gray of Garfield spent last Saturday and Sunday hero with Mr Robert McGufiln A good many persons from this place are going dowi to Vests to get the ben Â¬ efit of their closing out sale Rev Father Drewery will lecture at the Court houao tomorrow night on Rational Christianity All kinds of vegetables can be found at the Eolip8e Grocery and they will be delivered atyour premises free of charge Thomas Slmmoua was in Louisville last week sad sold bin tobacco The prices realizsd were 0 00 7 20 and 7 itssssssssrSw dootors treated me oonstantly business One of rae no good I then tried various blood remedies but did without the least benefit S S S was so highly recommended that I oonoluded to try it and the effeot was wonderful It seemed to get right at the seat of the naBsm SsaBSSSSsW disease and force the poison out and I was soon com dwuvb nyeuiuu pletely oureo thbet Â¬ t drivoa out every trace of impurity in tho blood and in this way euros permanently the moat obstinate deep soated sore or ulcer 1 is tho only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and con tains not a partiolo of potash meroury or dther mineral S a p cures Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Cancer Catarrh Eozema Rheumatism Soros Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble Insist upon S S S nothing can tako its place Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta G la 5 S S S FOR THE BLOOD Â¬ to the sick bed of Marietta who ill with typhoid fever la ootto J First come first served so march up and pay for the Bkbckenkidok Nbwsr year ahead Thlawill secure that good little paper the Farm Journal for tho balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly five years without any further pay Khali we hear from you within one week 00 Tbey do say that the corn crop In this section is far ahead of any thibg for years And old Henry will be pleased over that information Hon L P Tanner made a strong speeoh here last Monday evening in fa- Â¬ vor of the John Young Brown tioket He was introduced by Hon D H Sev Â¬ ers Rev Father Gabe knows how to han Â¬ dle n pionic crowd to the bent advantage His supervision of matters last Saturday seemed to be quite satisfactory to every- Â¬ body Pug Heston is doing well in Cali- Â¬ fornia so he writes to his friends here But he says it is a lonely old time with Â¬ out the News there and he would like it twice h week Misers Retla McKinley of Troy Ind and Clara Hardin of Cloverport were here last Thursday and spent the day with their unole Thomas Bly the at the Hardinsnurg hotel Baker Brothers say that thoy are not displeased with their business here but they desire to locate In a large place They think bow that they will so from hero to Evansvllle Ind Grayson county sent in a good delega- Â¬ tion to the pionic last Saturday There were quit- - a number here from in and around the Falls of Rough and vicinity Meade county too was well represented There will bo au all day meeting out at Antloch church near this place the fourth Sunday in this month Dinner on the ground Pieaohlng both in the forenoon and afternoon Everybody in yited Many persons who are close observers on such occasions spoke of the exoellent order here last Saturday It was all that could have been expected There was pot a single disturbance of any kind something unusual for suoh an occasion Hardly so or this to wb either i Yob always find it orderly We fill anything here that will cause dont men o fill up on and act a fool FALLS OF ROUGH Charles Davison is very ill Mr Dave Fentress baby Is very 111- Mies Jennie Green is away visiting Mr Probua baby died near here Inst week Charlie Stone spent Saturday night at home Mr and Mrs Wm Hall wore vlslrinn Sunday Miss Katie Butler is teaching sahooi at Rutb Mr Stites and family have returned to Louisville Willis Green returned from Louisville the other day Quite a crowd went from here to liar dlnsburg Saturday Mies Cora Wlnget was a guest at Mrs Cbambliss Friday W W Jones was a guot of his sister Mrs Cooper Sunday The woods and corn fields around here are full of squirrels Mrs Webb spent Sunday afternoon at Mr Clint Beauchamps Miss Mabel TJhambllss was a guest at Mrs Ohamblisa Friday Mrs Griffit of Calhoon has been very HI but is some better at present Sam Stites and two neices called at M W Stones Friday afternoon Robert Cbambliss was a guest at Mrs Coopers Saturday and Sunday Miss Jesse Stone expects to visit rela- Â¬ tives in Ohio eounty quite soon Ernest Beaugard was the guest of hiB mother Mrs Webb Saturday night Mr and Mrs John Eskridge were guests at Mrs Ohamblles Sunday Oscar Armstrong was the ueet of Mr Mrs Jim Shreve Sunday of Shreve Mlasea Mamit and Ruby Stone attend ed oljuroh at Pleasant Grove Sunday Some one tried to break into Damonrl Oleamona house Rock Vale last week Bro Miller and little son Oryflle have gone to Fadueah to visit relsUVM Misses Mamie and Ruby Stone visited relatives in Ohio eounty several dave last week Messrs Robert and DavldObawbUea are building new varaniaa and peiatltfs their bouse Lum SlaoVa bob of Harnsd StaJloH was shot aooidenUally wulla out bu iBg last week Misses LHlle Masie 9atei aad Mr Ira BoivaVvsre Meets at Mre Ossperke of Brandenburg Gol Green had two new boxes of the same kind pud up a few week ago Preserves and jelly making fruit and vegetable canning drying com and pumpkins kraut making pickling etc arethe womens employment in tiffs part of the world just now and they are very very busy We need a good rain to settle this duet andjreehen up pastures fill- - empty cisterns and put health in the air we breathe A good gentle rain would wash It clean and mako it fit for our lungs eVl H PROQRAn For Teachers Association to fleet Burtons Schoolhouse Sept 23 at Best method for How teaoh spelling EHzall Noblett advanced work How tea6h writing in the common Arrie Robertson schools What use to make of supplementary Nannie J Green rending matter Muthqda of teuohmg arithmetic Value of mental arithmetic D O demons How teach grummar and labguage lee- sons Faunle OGreen When and how should composition be 1 Btudied Mary I Moorman Beet method of teaching history 8 T Howtrd How teach geography Methods of teaouiug civil government At wbalsKe should the study of physlolJr OK7be httgun ana how teach it Mary Mattin Ay To what extent can tue averag tea other f shape the future career of his purfils - F M- - Sunlit J a ireocott rmv m 7Dsi W TMnamg TtKPuicra Grain and Stock Prices For Sopt O Pittsburg 00 prime 3 00 tidy butchers 5 203J6 40 4 40JJ4 TO bulls stags 00C 10 fair and cows 2 008885 freib cows 30 00 60 00 CIvos 4T 0O7 60 nogs Prime mediums 4 704 75 heavy Cattle Choice IS 80S0 eood S TS 4 Short talks by the Association on Value of a distuot library and- how to get one and Value of Literature flow td keep the grade bookand make oupr auusw uriskeii reports - J lifPJie 8 T Howard Vice Free ANDREW UKISKBIvJ JLVefl Torkers 4 C2U 4 55 4 064 70 light Yorkers heavy bogs 4 D5g4 03 pigs 4 CO 4 40 l 4 1094 30 4 4C4 60 fair 4 66 good 5 00 common to good choloo lambs 4 Bheep and lmbs Choice sheep 4 GO JtLETIN flARKET wing to the extreme warm weather et gsare showing tKe effect badly Poul- - 00B 05 TiJ trjmarKit s gBSrehaadle lb per doz 00 lie the Dominicans Porto Plata Santo Domingo Sept C General Isldro JImlnez landed here having come from Cuba touching at Cape Hatlen on the way He was re-Â¬ ceived at the waterside by an Immense throng His reception arranged by General Ramon Imbert was enthusi- Â¬ astic The news of Jlralnez arrival bos been sent Into the interior and it Is believed that settled order and peace will soon be restored W JHHIKEZ ARRIVES Is Accorded a Great Ovation by Bheep and Lambs Good to best lambs 4 50g6 36 good ffi 5066 76 fair to good 4 104 30 fair to good to ofaoloe wethers mixed Bheep 8 754jr 00 Cattle Good to ouotee dry fed steers 4 CO 5 006 10 fair to good butcheVt 4 75 fair to bandy weight grass steers 3 754 10 good to choice heifers 4 369 4 10 fair to good butcher cows 33 00 OOigB 66 4 60 fair to cboloe bulls 3 Calves Good to best SO 6037 00 good big nogs Mixed Yorkers and mediums 4 Cleveland n per lb Turk Turk 4 70 07 OS 0094 30 ClDiaeaaiftash tf - ruu pr1b Toms ner lb old ft V rwl nu Ik rajing7Ib overr perlb ess old rer lb tai per 10 08 Ofi OS IU 06 9 lb f1 Gltf - rMlBatteTraftrai P M id 1300 4 Chicago Cattle Good to choice tS 766 80 com 30Q6 70 Blockers and moner grades 3 0034 75 bulls cows and heiffeeders 2 005 40 Texas steers W 504J4 36 er 4- 606 35 rangers Celres 4 0007 3t Hogs netiry t 1604 06 mixed lots 4 78 pigs 8 50 4 30O1 70 light 4-- 50 culls 2 0OW 10 2 00 Bheep and Laaibs Inferior sbaep Q8 00 prlm yearllgs S4 5066 H westsra rangers 8 504JH 35 Iambs 5000 30 Wheat No 2 red 73t278Hc Cornt No 3 Mo 2 ant 33Xc Oats Â¬ - That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kipga Nbw Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matehlesa merit for Sick and Nervous Headaahes They make pure blood arid strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 6ate Mosey bask f not cured Sold by Short fc Haynes prugglets RldoBAold to 1 S Branaeroae bouse and lot in Fatesville for 00 and a 6ysarold jaek to Br Wm Millner for 1M rd 36i ffon General JImlnez was accompanied by armed revolutionists who were taken on board the Georges Crolse at Cape Haitian The populace hailed him as the countrys deliverer The provisional government which arrived at Saulo Domingo met with a splendid reception Festivals of all kinds bad been preparedly the people who are anxious to demonstrate their satisfaction at the obange of govern Oiir Store WilX be Closed Again for one day Buffalo 1 7606 3t shlsplBg Cattle Butease f6 CO06 B0 tops 6 6006 76 cows and htlfers S3 7S04 50 steeksrs sad feeders 33 76SJ4 4 Hogs Yorkws 4 14 7tH U heavy 4a ClvM Wt 8 OOftti 31 IRVINQTON Mrs Jeffries baa been a resent visitor of Mrs Celsman Mlsa Mellle Lyon has returned to Rus sellvllle to school Mies Batfe Herndon left last week to murae her etudiesat college Typhoid fever is also making little lary Bmltb aute an III eblkL A blessed ebaaoe in the weather though ralaoame to late to save tae com Quite a crowd of Irviogten people wetit toliardinsoHrg to hear the Goebel soeech oholae serins BbeeDaad Laaibs Good TBft 0 364J6 50 fair to good iambs t4t QfM Mt HrSdlwa Tot plfjL fiJO 8 meat Shp 4 34 QB 50 ehslee ysatllsga 004 35 ur ilftd eoMon 14 3644 60 X It Hueportexi that the depot agents LettebBsld shot a last week X didM On acoount ttatloarn the nartUulajA - Mow rrwitfjWsSooJayr iru s 1 Sj Bataroty Mr Lyoa to about to ship a lot f apÂ¬ ples tad is keeping a lot of fenaets hwr for a few days Little Kitty MeGeboa ia a pesleat tturfbr S xs Ilo M4 as ar with typhoid fevor bat to somewhat eve Vletim better at late heariu lad feet 11 A freight Woel OMe 8 now X aaM aaniagef train oa the Indiaasn TJatMu services at Motbodiat ohuroh by MBai a4 ft Me So J XX sea abvi StflMet Oils dtflsjoa ol the Pennsylvania rail the pastor Morning and evaning road ootilded a few miles west of hare and BftUurdjy rOttf ToVtaiaatf Frpit Brakamaa Gterkson was Brother Xawttf Bracked yier4y M N CW Xa t sslsec WkMt tort six others Injured Low Xys Ma X worarog taooe Utdjift 84a Oau Ko 2 mtoe Stlfc frosa reoaat hwt upset U a squall lltaeat No telaes at wight O n JM ASmaU Strike li Uke4 IteHlsaove Custers Nephew Killed Xlss Kva Herndon has reiurned from Watt Greenvlle MUs Snot I Alexandria Ind feat SV Three ana HettaeHPaaer neuawy 2 S Toledo Owtar Martha Johnson aoeotaeauted by trwo Chart aobainisg visit at dlflerent points twenty Bve eatptofes of the dred and George A baU nrown children wm driving to Thrice welcome borne Kva wa have KeCior lama oklauwy works at W- - aoshtw of the lata Goaeral WW Uv AtTWe Cottscs Uland thU eounty tho mules drawing wooa went oa strike m the resell ol Custer hiro of the UM Big ft Meer KMbsale Plaak ol the Hb missed you died at Ms horn at ftalstavMU KMl the wscon became frlghtoaed whlin dtsaaTeeauet with Mm aaanagofaeat Ws we griered to leant that Mis oi dertoa Beot has rooted the coUai eroaslnt a bridge and bfceked off JhU over ik duulikr of glese foratobad fro a bullet wound lailoted OokNMa wm sailed suddooly to eWtbtoa dentally by John KwinH and la too ftttan will resid that jjnc over M fast below All wort killed utatav OlaelHttaM r i -- Â¬ m Louis Sept 0 William C Pape general superintendent of parks and a factor In polities was shot and Instant- Â¬ ly killed at his home by Henry Pry a huckster who shortly afterward com Â¬ According to state Â¬ mitted suleide ments made by Fry Mr Pape bad promised him a peddlers license for some political servloe rendered but had withhold k KxpreM Hd Freight Collide Brie Fa Sept H A bead on col llsloo oa the Philadelphia and JDrle Five Drowned Me gpL 8 By the eapalztag railroad 70 miles east of this eHy at Bat bay Tioaa resulted In the death Of one ef the yacht Abadla In man and the Injury flvt sarsoM were drowsed The via fjsrlach engineer of of three H J Hrle was killed UM are Dr Jobs M Steading Wll ngtneor Geriaeh failed to see a set Itam Natoa Harry Hlsghw Frask tajrgnt and crashed lata another freight Avery all of Georgetown aad Jane that was shout to take a swing to al Â¬ was A Martin of Bostoa The pass low St Polltlalan Killed 7t bulls 8 6f Calvee VMls mi- Cattle gteer 4fiO0ls 401 yMtllBHS Hm T8 8tf awl lambs S6 eta Oora Ho Unit 84 ns -S4NoT54 2 WasetNo eaUs - Sees oxes M 404t 1 408 M eews grsssers ff 80 M M of Yow Kipper the Ul day of atonement which we Jlaibt Oiawkfctf year Will opes w r m GeetM ITrnffWc1tDttTflriWal business on the Hth at 8 p m Joe Mattfaaly of HiMeae had two Measac W H M m IB 09t4 M ft See Oats rL 1K KjsNo-2Ns S 2 3ft west Mo Ne 3 Md Wto- - Osjm sslxea 24e js Mixed 4Ua Oats Me -- No 2 6 Uid e 38 Btttk tttftft W 40 Xaot- a- Wbeat - week lath log woods bjr a tree falliag upon them X bearbwe is to be another wedding uear here quite won tboagb I am aot paemtOsd to five maasea Jnat yet Mt aad Mis tThowas Lloyd 0 VotoV rlflft aw spetMsJris antliieka in Leniavilla fiie gaeHo of tHelV too X v4ryjMMlM killed Hat OWMOVmaSALE fc thr will continue ibt the jbutjafB SaBet sli i - yht St - wr Uoyd Astot Miliar hai ratartml IrowWeat Pelat vbere aba has bean vlattljig her BJletiliia leid Miat Nattfa Bald ao aiwpfcalad bar hoaaa JfX 4 Mr gem Morgan spent ajaaej inn in Oaraaaboto vMUag lilMaaaawlralattvM They aba allsaMM ei Labor Day euafosand haard Goaoaia aadBlaokbnm speak Wa have an improved Pheonix tele phone box in our house and we are perfectly delighted with itaa it gives the Â¬ a 4 NEXT Dont be late 15 OAYaf The Bajfaiaa are great H Baker Bros HABDIBfBIIOItaf KY vary bast asAWantlasi in avary faapeat We bought it from Robert Olambliaa whoaecelvaabis sappliao from CharUe Brain Flag Bjufrii Store rt I f Et ffl