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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pimBWMHinWRF4 v TfryfflPrwnFwwwTTffliw yjiW p wimii 4PWPPi WlppfUPllpii J lrpswwflPnw31lw FtpT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL TH VOL XXIV TIME FOR ACTION ADDITIONAL LOCAL CITY COUNCIL The eity oMaetl met Moaday night at the city Hall All of the board of eoun eiTmen were ia attendanoc Mayor Barry before ealllng the boJy to order swore in JohnD Gregoiy Sr to fill the unexpired time of It B Pieroe who re signed sometime ago The regular routine of business was then disposed of by the body Â¬ NKS T0 THE ArS FIT CANDIDATES TO PRINT NO 12 OLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1899 r CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET Bqwty aad Ordinary Appearance Por the October Term The following is the equity appearance docket for the Oetober term Able Giltngwater vs L B Masey Lafe Green vs J II Hart Isabel Alexander vs Sanford Alexan- Â¬ The temperance workers of this plan Fresh older at Sippets WW much edified by Ui two addresses Ioe cream still on band at Jttles- given them at the Methodist ehureh Trads with Vest and save money Wednesday evening and Thursday after Fresh oakes and eonfeetionery at Sip bom bv Mies Mosler of Worth Beet Pa MiM Mosler is the National Organiser of pels The time for oyster stews Try Sip the young department of the pels W 0 T U and la an interesting talker hehaebeeH actively engaged in thta Dont miss Veats advertisement in work for two years and ta thoroughly this issue posted en all points oonneoted with It Go to Jule Sip pels for fresh bread Oft Wednesday evening she gave a every day - ttteserlation both on the evils of alcohol See Vests prices and govern yourself and cigarettes She said that whisky accordingly te destroying the life and the useful Stop Sippets bread wagon as it passes noes of the men but it is the cigarette your house habit that is crushing out the energy and After a wheel ride goto SUppels for prospeeta ol the boys The results of drinking hays been felt for Bges bnt this a dozen fried latter day evil the eigarelto habit is be Â¬ Nothing is pteasanter than an oyster ginning to show resells as warping and supper at Julee Try it as deadly All girls love ohooolateB and Siopel Prof Maple made a talk on the sub Â¬ keeps the best Lowneys ject and warned his pupils that he Give yonr best girl a box of Lowneys would consider Igartte smoking an of Slppel keeps them most serious nature and chocolate feneeof the wosld punish aecordingly those disÂ¬ L Mrs Virgil Hardin and daughter Miss covered indulging in this pernicious Forest of Holt were in town Monday VV W Brooks Is ready to do business habit Miss Mooters talk Thursday afternoon at his new stand over Ham mans store was along a different line She gave a W Gabriel May of Louisville spent brief history of the organisation of the Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Womans Christian Temperance Union Chas May This great worlds movement began she Why do you wear yourself out baking said only twenty five years ago in the oake when you can buy nice fresh ones of a erueade against the saloons in a form Sippels eyerj day little town in New York It was next at Mrs Marguerite Herkes after a pleas Â¬ taken dp at Hillsboro Ohio where it gained in strength and members The ant visit with her brothers returned to first regular meeting was arranged for at ber home In Warsaw til Mies Marion Bowmer leaves to day for Lake Obatauqua N Y where Frances Williardthe late President of the Union Owensboro She will be the guest of dedicated her life to the work and was Miss Jean Todd during the fair held at Cleveland 0 the next year Misses Eva and Elza May have gone This work has since extended over the to OwenBboro wherotbey will spend fair entire territory of the United States in- Â¬ week with Mr and Mrs Breidenbacb to Canadaand serosa tfie waters into all The Hon Will Miller and Mrs Phoebe Lady Henry Somerset the Skillman from near Hardinsburg spent countries richest woman in England is now the Monday in town the guests of Dr and worlds President of the W 0 T U Mrs Forest Llghtfoot Tnere are many different departments in this work some of whioh are the edu Â¬ A Letter From George Paul cational the evangelical the missionary Editor News I used to be a subscrib and the legislative each of which is er to the News eighteen or nineteen carried oat systematically She told regumany interesting and pathetic incidents years ago but it did not reach me see to illustrate the need of work in each larly and I stopped taking it But I there is a difference now and I send you department just made for No one oaa doubt the necessity of ac- Â¬ a new paper dollar I have your benefit for a years subscription for tion after hearing the statement made News It will be just like getting a by Col George Bain iu a speech ma le the letter from borne every week at Ofreaaboro that for every dollar spent I enjoyed Dr Footes letter very much for missionary religious and education- Â¬ He was a school mate of mine I never al work in the United States fifty dol- Â¬ had the means to complete my educa Â¬ lars are spent for strong drink tion Whioh fact I regret but I rejoice that I know how to make an honest liv- Â¬ Will Winter ia Cioverport ing Success to the News Mr James Pace has returned from a Gbosok B Paul visit to New York and will be in Louis- Â¬ Clinton Mo Henry County ville the guest of Mr and Mrs WW For LleutenaHt Oovernor Hite until November He will then go to Cioverport for the winter Mr John Marshall of Louisville ReÂ¬ Mr Face will fill his old place in the publican candidate for Lieutenant Gov- Â¬ choir of Christ Church Cathedral while ernor of this state spoke Thursday afterÂ¬ here and will be the tenor soloist next noon to a large audience He was ac- Â¬ Sunday Courier Journal corded a warm welcome by his party and many of other political views - FOR Trill LEGISLATURE The organ liatloa known as the Wom- Â¬ ans Christian Temperance Union In be- Â¬ half of their society and for the well be- Â¬ ing of the 6000 inhabitants of the Cioverport Magisterial District respectfully ask our three ooanty candidates Mr John P Has well Jr Mr J A Barry and Mr George Harned seeking legisla- Â¬ tive honors each separately and individually over his own signlture to be published in the Bseokenridob News of m xt week to define hia position on the question oi promMtion Baoh candidate Is also respectfully re-Â¬ quested to state in hia communication whether on not he will if elected favor a legislative act farthering the cause of tempiranoe in the state The columns of the Brbokkmridoe News are open Mas T V Joiner Prts Mas F J Ferry Sect Cioverport Ky Sept 4th 1800 Â¬ Â¬ - Baking ftVAl rOvVDER RVeeJlVeUf atosOMJrciyfcwtE Makes the food more cfclrckHis and wholesome HARDINSBURG spans H L Moorman was elected assess or by acclamation for the year 1809 J der Mollle Parker vs Jerome Parker Bellman Co S W works vs Joe JohnShouee plasterer waa appointed Rock Crusher On Trial Con- Â¬ flue inspector A complaint waa entered relative to the condition of the town pumps Coun- Â¬ cilman llaynea made a motion for ooun oilman Oelze chairman of the street committee to put said pumps in good order whioh motion was adopted Councilman Skillman presented a bl cyole ordinance whioh was read by the clerk and adopted to take effect about Oct 15 The disposing of claims and accounts was next on docket and th motion to allow salaries to the officers waa ap- Â¬ proved Frank et al Damene Fantone vs Minnie Fantone Samuel Whitworth vs J A Qalgglns Alma Adams vs Milton Adams W B Burohs admr vs J L Burcb B L Barton vs Orilla Burton Susan J Hudson vs Wm T Hudson Maud Brown vs Seth Brown Lee Robertson vs Jas Robertson Sarah G off vs Frank Fraize W B Davenport vs Matthias Miller Wants the rietliodlat Annual ference Next Year - To Elect Trustees G lends ane CHURCH NOTES Prayer meetings as usual this week The W 0 T U met at the Christian church Monday night There will be a church meeting at the Baptist ohuroh Friday night The Ladies Aid and Womans Mis- Â¬ sionary Societies met atthe Methodist church Monday afternoon Kev T V Joiner left yesterday for Glasgow to attend the annual meeting of the Louisville Conference of the M E Church South The Sunday school mass meeting of this district will be held at the Methodist church Bunday afternoon at 3 oclock Members from each school in the dis trict will take part in the entertainment Come out and encourage the pupils by Â¬ your presence Â¬ Prominent Couple to Wed An announcement which will be of interest to Louisville people is the Miss Mary Holt to Mr Walter Malins Bose of San Francisco Oal which will be quietly solemnized on Thursday October 10th at Holt Plane Holt Ky Mlse Holt is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Washington Dorsey Holt and has visited in Louisville a number of times The young couple will make their boms iu San Francisco Louisville Poet mar-nage-- of nise Jennie Patterson- Mies Jennie Patterson formerly of this place is teaching school at Chambers Ky She has a good school with an en Â¬ rollment of uixty three Miss Patterson Is a bright energetic yoag lady and made a creditable raoe for Superintendent of Public 8ohools in Hanoook county aboat two years ago Given tb Clad Hand Mr Stiff demons an old employe at the shops has returned to tee city and will resume bis position there as tinner He has been absent alatost a year and bis old friend were glad to greet his familiar faee again AOreat Convenience Asa Hardin Is building a corn mill earn washer and eora shelter at Lodl burg Tula is the first convenience of this kind In this part of the ooanty and Mr Hardin ia to be oommended for his enterprise kvu fw 1300000 Feet of Lumber Mactlngly Bros of Qlendeane hava ftalebed their contract for sawing for the Dean Tie Oo Since January let 1899 they have sawed 1800000 feetof lumber L P Addison the enterprising and pseapardwi farmer of Adttisen lost hk teice atUI by explosion laet week He estimate his low M300 A PNn Bey San Farrow it nroadslnf young inr mcr waa presentee with a fine boy and is real happy ores the event tasam Budding wo Â¬ manhood I What hidden dangers I What a time for tender sympathy At puberty narate generally makna some tttapt to MUbltah physical mrutaritictt but wnen nature fail to win TiiiuVejawjUBpe KMruUtar glorionspeesibit ities Wnat kali fjrLZrrtSJLSZ the mull nnm ttStis v rut lmHma4tfak women 1m utiKt retarded tuttwat kit Mikh cuwa fiolil ly druggiatefor took fur ateu lice nml S k nA n THJB BRADFIKLD RfcGULATOK CO AT1 AN Ijk au Large Bean Ben H Wilson of MiQuady rame to town Saturday and presented this office with a bean which measured twelve inches in length Ho did not know the variety of the bean but said they were raised principally for ornaments eakeand The little if planted in rows they were void of Hardin vines and if cultivated would run ail port had its doors wide open and every Ben Harned vs John C Ohyne Ac the bean would still one was given a hearty welcome and over the house and McCormlc Machine Co vs F R plenty to eat remain at the bottom For three days the Goshen Associa- Glasscock FJannerr A Wathen ye Jno W Fry- Â¬ Moving Ills Plant tion was In session and much interest listened to him with interest doings by all de Â¬ mire of attractive Mr Marshall ia a man Mr Alex Heron who has been operat- Â¬ waa manifested in ita Vi Mltcham vs J T Mltcham personality and of extensive information ing a saw mill on the Beavin land is nominations and by all the people in Hardinsburg and Cioverport Turnpike and if his ticket is eleeted in November moving the mill into Hancock county the community do credit to Kentucky as ita second where he has taken a large contraot of next meetng of this association Go vs Ohio Valley Telephone Co The will Matilda J Miller Ac vs Len A Cart executive officer sawing for the Cincinnati Cooperage will be held at Corinth Matthias Miller agent vs John W company Miller Agriculture aad Jood Roads Mr Heron says the milling business DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING A V Meadors widow Ac vs Heirs Ac is not no good at present but the pros Â¬ Robert F Dulaney representing the Ben Miller Ac vs Bank of Hardinspects are favorable for an immense Kentucky Bureau of Agriculture will burg Hon Thos Pettit and Hon Chas K address the elUsens of this county on Forest Albright Ae vs Chas Teed Wheeler will speak at Hardinsburg trade agriculture aad good roads at this place The Bult of Thomas B Chandlers adMonday Oetober 9 And He Still Lives today Oct 4th at Newsoms Hall at ministrator against the railroad company Thos Neeley of Mauekport lad hi a 2 oclock p m has been continued by agreement of the The Hon Henry George of Padnoah to Brandenburg and a Farmers and all others Interested are parties until tho next February term will speak in this eity Tuesday evening frequent visitor at ItiO p m In Newsoms Hall Every Â¬ well known man He waa once in an invited to attend and assist in organizing accident whioh resulted ia the disloca a county agricultural society or farmers St Andrews Church body is cordially Invited tion of his neck the breaking of both club Last week waa Mission week at St AnDbmoobatio Committee his arms and both his tbigbs Yet he drews church Long Lick and there was still Uvea and walks with apparent ease Sale of Short Horns CwUaaryArt a large attendance all the time There example of the pbysieiaas G N Lyddan the proprietor of the were four visiting priests present FathThe Maws office feels highly honored He is a living Mt Maple Stock Farm near Irvington er Edwin Drury from Kuottaville Fathat the reeeipt of a plate of delicious eake skill aad the elasticity of nature attended the Effing Watterson Short er Gabe from Hardinsburg Father Bray and candy presented by Mrs Blla La Ralph CeJemaaa Reteraaatlea horn sale near Louisville and bought from Cioverport and Father Meyring Neave The Christian endeavor of the Chris four regletered cattle to add to his herd from Irvington LaVeave and her mother Both Mrs Mrs Buglieh are skilled in tie culinary tian church will give aa entertainment Mr Lyddan la a progressive man and is about constantly improving bis farm and add Â¬ They Brought a Oood Price art and we appreciate ear sample of Ralph Colemans ReformaUon the last of October This entartelameat ing to bis herd of fine cattle attainment their JarboeA Skillman sold la Louisville i Is aa laetractlve one and strictly first in lae week 30 head of light shippers will be announced later class The date B4jc Crop of Pumpkin PllWBY8 vYBLOOMm averaging 1900 pounds at 4 and 4 cents no one should fall to attend Tbos Manning a farmer living oa the and It Sellpted Idke DemoMtratloM of Hell Bottom wad baa evidently tried the Anelftnt Romans FREE TO NEWS READERS Buying Steele New York Oet 2 Admiral Deweys to owner the market on pnmnktne- At Boberteoa Bros of Glendwne speaetimatehebMialae4ever two bought lSfiead of stoekers averaginghave reception and welcome here rivaled A Cure for Bleed aad 8Mb Diseases Exze- 900 like demonatrationa of tae Romans of iiiaaaanrt ati PlMeles Serefsli Belle Bleed of steers aad old The great warrior aad ate galkuit Mr Manning brought to town SaturÂ¬ pound at 4 eeata 15 head Peltes Cancer Etc Â¬ day a wagon load and several weighed heifers at I and 4 cents From Art Good tare for three days received the hom Â¬ 100 head of hogs age of milMons On Friday a magnifi Bad Blood causes Blood aad Skin Di man they have bought ever 7S pounds Scrofula at HID aad N bead from Late Green at cent naval parade took pleee This was seases aVupttone Pimples followed aad eclipsed on Saturday by Bating Sores Ulcers Cancer Keaema Carnival Sped the aesae adee the land procession Thirty thousand Skin Scabs Eruptions and Sores oa The Hoadaiooa Boate will run a Heavy Feeders men were in Hae and ne Olymplas Children Rheumatism Catarrh Itching special train front Henderson to Louis W K Moorman of Qleadeaae has men were aoeorded wonderful ovations Humors free For these troubles a pos Â¬ vflle Monday Oetober 9th oa account of of feeders averaging 900 New York waa norgeoaaty decorated itive specific euro is found ia B B B Louisville Carnival Fare lroa this city sold 66 need pouade to Jess Otarkeoa to be delivered and brUUantly Ulumiaated during the Botanic Blood Balm the most wonder Â¬ return only tlU to LouiavUJe aad waa ne recip next week at 4ota aad IS tons of bay to oooaaton The admiralamong them two fol blood purifier of the age It has many presents Train leaves here at 7 a m ient of Thomas Blythe at 060 per ton beantlfni gold cups MoMay Mr Dewey been thoroughly tested for the past J L Owea 4 Son have sold 40 head left for WnathlngtaB wanre fires hoe- - thirty yearn aad baa always eared even Preen tttc CoNdterland Coarter averaging 1000 aoaada at the moat deep seated pewMent cases Mb Lynn DeBay who baa been ol feedem after dooKHg aad patent midtclaoa bad H Reese for some visiting Mrs George KerUMMkM Pelt at Sea MjXAatlaaeV Tassasasir aaa r araeja B B B cares by driving oat a enavf am weeks left Moaday lor her borne at Ban rraaewoo Sept T The earth Â¬ all failed of the blood the poleons and haaaon There will b a temper aaee meeting quake which shook up she Alaskan Cioverport much to the regret ol ber whioh eaasc all these troubles and a eoaet early la September made thorn held at Balltowa la the near future many Pineville frieods 8peakera and atngers from this town will aelvea tfeK miles at sea Three vessels cure la thus made that ia permanent Reelaraed go oat and meet those from that vicinity whioh hava arrived from the northern Contagious Blood Poison prodaeing nefferiea report experiencing KruoUoae Swollen Glenda Ulcerated Rider Bears pastor of the Obrlatlaa and a reaetag meeting to captad which salmon moot peculiar weather on Sunday Sept Throat and Month Bat owed by B B b toac OQurchbas resigned tola ministerial duties will result in good work for the t Um day of the ftrat of the UembUnec B the only remedy that nan actually atsowtoe bat will eoatUae to held reg Â¬ Captain Charles Johnson of the bark cure this trouble At drcnjleta 1 par Pleased ale eervioes here B P Cheney which wen at sen almost large bottle six large bottles full treat Â¬ of Tell City wife of Mm P Winger oeooatts Kodlak at the time of the die ment S So every reader of the Mawa Mr Wtagert the aurobant tailor who turteaee states that on September Jule BlMfeear aeU Ma fam oft left catofened a akopa Udeeky vw in heavy gnle annum up the air hetttg may teat B B B we will send a trial river Ui Bad Oariile tot 800 Be re town Mat week Mas Wingert was lav very anHnr The aaawBMear tell rap Â¬ bottle free Write today Mettloal ad reived 9o00 oash and the balance is due preened with Cioverport end liked the idly but m nhont IS aatantea the wind vtae Faaa Address Uiaxju Baui Co JtlfiMUobedfMvAtlaeUa Ujc nrst uf January location verv much foil end the aenniatftg down Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oet 2d Special Next Satdrday Oct 7 7168 white and 1075 colored school districts in Kentucky will elect trustees for the ensuing year Do we realize the importance of these elec- Â¬ tions or are we letting the Governors More than race engross our thoughts 8000 men Anatmyl What kind shall they be Is each district looking out for its best for a man who will do his duty and do it well 7 The education of the children demands that interested capable honest active men be chosen Men who wont let politics prejudice nepotism indifference money or brib- Â¬ ance docket for October term for sixth ery influence them to employ incapable day unsuccessful or lazy teachers L H A St L R R Co ye Jno Noe As our laws compel the trustee to ren- Â¬ J W Blair vs Chas Mason der his service gratuitously we should T F Brown vs W O and W R be careful to select men who will not Moorman get willing neglect their duty B F Beard A Co vs C Beauchamp Mrp Wm Galloway vs Chas Hall men good men Laura Bruce vs H V Harris Glarlose News HughB Haycraft vs L H A St L Comes from Dr D B Cargile of R R Co H F Matthews vs Wm T W Dewitt Washita I T He writes Four bot- Â¬ H O Springgate vs Euphrates Board tles of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs H O Springgate vb David Jones Ac Bn werof scrofula which has caused W O and W R Moorman vs J W her great Buffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and Pool T O Horsley vs Hose Alexander face and the beet doctors could give no Mandell A Wienstock vs Cooper A help but her cure is complete and her Evans health excellent This shows what Strong A Thalheimer vs Same thousands have proved that Electric Robinson Bros A Co vs Same Bitters is tie beet blood purifier known J Zinesmiester A Bro vs Same the supreme remedy for eczoma Its Mackey Niesier Co vs Same tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and run Â¬ Neat Richardson Drug Co vs Same ning sores It stimulate liver kidneys Glover A Durrett vs Alison Glasscock and bowels expels poisons helps diges Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co vs tlon aud builds up the strength Only 50 cento Sold by Short and Hayaes Cooper A Evans B F Keys vs Melton McAfee Ac druggists Guaranteed J W Frymire vs O W Smith et al Commonwealth of Kentucky for Ac Baptist Hosts strong gather at Stephensport vs WV Harrell Ac 550 Ralph Lucas vs Mary Lucas Wednesday Sept 27th Georgia I Hardin vs Moses W hospitable town of Stephens 1 Â¬ Hardinsburg Oct 2 Special The question whether Hardinsburg oan en- Â¬ tertain the Methodist Annual Conference is agitating the minds of the good people of this town At a meeting of the mem- Â¬ bers of the churoh last Sunday night the matter was taken un and nearly everv- admr body present was in favor of inviting the J Ethel D Basham vs Willie L Basham conference and felt that the town was Ac large enough to take care of the R N Miller on petition preachers Claud West admr vs Robt Meador There are about two hundred preach- Â¬ 11 Brown vs Jane Brown ers and lay members To find homes Ernest Reid vs Thomas Sweeney c for all of these and the visitors who at-Â¬ Phoebe Powers vs John W Powers tend is no small undertaking but the John E Sevars c vs Severs Ac people here feel that tbey are equal to Florence Moorman vs W G Moor- Â¬ the situation Mrs Cunningham and man dec Mrs Marvin Beard were appointed a H W Boards admr vs Katie Board committee to canvass the town at once Ac and report results If the citizens re W S Cart admr vs Emma Man spond favorably Rev J W Bigham ning Ac pastor Hall A Drains assignee vs G H Hall Beard ol the church and Mr G W who are now at Glasgow will be Ac instructed to invito the conference here Â¬ The following is the ordinary appearnext year Rev Bigham thinks that there will be no difficulty in securing the conference as it has not been held in this part of the State for many years Cioverport being the nearest point where it was Haediksbobo Oct 2nd Special Road Supervisor S A Pate visited Cio- Â¬ verport last week and secured from that town the use of their new rock crusher which he will use here one week The omsher will be put near the Louisville road on the east side of town where it will be operated for a week in crushing rook to macadam the road from the depot to the railroad crossing Mr Pate is bo favorably impressed with the crusher and the work it does that he thinks there ought to be several more in the county By putting it here and allowing the people to see it operate he hopes to make a favorable Impression in its favor and thus secure the pur Â¬ chase of at least a couple more The county is well able to make the invest ment and just at this time there can be nothing of so much value in the matter of road building The citizens of Ciover- Â¬ port allow Mr Pate the use of the ma chine for nothing so that the people may see Its value Hurrah For Cincinnati John T Ditto traveling salesman for Kahn Fellheimer A Co wholesale hat ters of Oincinnaiti writes that that city has been doing the heaviest business this season that he has known since he has been traveling from that place The trade opened earlier and has lasted longer This improvement in trade is evidenced by the fact that many mer chants who went to St Louis to buy and many who went east came to Cin- Â¬ cinnati and bought goods there This is certainly a feather in the cap of Ohios big city She may be dirty and she may be smoky but she knows how to do business Lts held in 187G Hardinsburg entertained the annual conference in 18 17 but it was not so large by half as it is now To entertain this body as it stands now will require the assistance of all the denomi- Â¬ nations and this is usually secured where the people favor It Â¬ the most rcmarkabla remedy ever produced for the cure of throat and lung troubles It hai cured thousands and has done wonders In many cases of Incipient consumption Dr Dolls Cough Syrup is Unquestionably 0 PUBLIC SPEAKING Ex Governor John Young Brown Dem- Â¬ ocratic Caddidate for Governor will speak at Hardinsburg Ky Monday October 9th at 130 p m TEACHERS MEET AT REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION i HARDINS SCH00LH0USE 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ eduoetional worker By oonetaat labor by overeomlng difficulties be has lm proved the common sohools of the eoua tv and the teachers as ee workers deÂ¬ sire to hold up his hand for the eanea The teachers of Magisterial District No By authority vested in me I hereby met in an Association at Hardins call a Republican Mass Convention for School house Sept 30 and were called the Bewleyville Magisterial District to to order by the County Superintendent be held in Irvington Ky on Saturday Miss Margaret Smith was made Secre- October 7th 1809 at 1 oclock p m for tary the purpose of nominating a candidate There were sixteen teachers present for the office of Justice of the Peace of and a goodly number of visitors The this district Vice President had previously arranged All Republicans are respectfully in an interesting program and the discus- Â¬ vited and urged to be present It ia sions were entered into by the teachers your duty to spare this much time to with cheerfulness and animation your party At 12 oclock the teachers took an Dont forget the time and place and hours intermission and were refreshed dont fail to come R M Joixv by a bountiful repast prepared by the District Chairman of Bewleyville Magis Â¬ good people of the neighborhood terial District Before adjourning lit 830 p m the undergoing resolutions were read and Bay View Reading Club adopted by the Association Everyone agreed that we had a bene- Â¬ There will be a sailed meeting of the ficial and enjoyable meeting Bay View Readlngclub Oct 9th at 1 30 Andrew tjatsKBii President p matthe home oi Mrs Wratberat Irv- Â¬ Mahoahbt Smith Secretary ington All members are requested to be prompt and any others who are in Â¬ terested in theolub areeonIaIly invited EBeoumoNS This year Russia the youngest of the Jtooftwd 1st That we the teachers of the Second Magisterial Dlekjat extend nations of Europe and just now the our thanks to the oitisens eTJwetriot No country that the world Is curious to 74 for their presence atQurAseooiation for their kindly interest in our workand know mora about will be the principal for the true Kentuoky hospitality shown subject in the course a brief sojourn in us Norway and Sweden will follow and 9nd That we render our thanks to the last but not least brave little Holland teachers of this district for the thought- with all Ita fascinating history will be ful preparations made in the interest of taken up the Association 3rd That we not only appreciate the The course is simple well adapedt to reoeption we have had and not only busy foiled and the Fortnightly will be have we enjoyed meeting here in a social way but we have enjoyed the talks glad to send magazines to any who wish We have been sueh work given by the teachers beneited by the work done here and Mas J W Pmoott Pros will return to our schools with greater Mas Jno R Wwr Seoy sympathy for our pupils and patrons renew more interest ia each other and News Prom The Sewth ed seal for our work 4th That we recognise ia our Super Â¬ We nave a oard from our friend K intendent an energetic and ooneeieatlaua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Harmon of Abbeville Mia who send news of proeeerow times in that state They nave a good aoteon crop and price going higher all the time Everyone in MMeranane than two venre aio He nansjaeBweganejg ja adds taateeWeyeUow fever aiiU of the most stnbhorn and am u aa eeuevea we u Wtu not annas 4b nnpisewssn dtrtreseing oases of piles have been eared farther Tae oool weather wilt kill it by TnBLBJt8 BUCXBY1 PlUt OINT Pall and Winter styles MKKT It never Jetle to euro Fries Mm Lee Walla of Sample hae 10 eta ia bottles tabes 78 eta For sale tnmad bom LonlavUU brinntBg Ji by A R Ftoner haw Mm anient atvtaalm mlltiaar uL Mies Maaan Briney la iiear i nrngif wit Tneaday 8aaeaabe Utta 16M la the tdilneny of Master Jmej Menheaanlmm of Otaleago Hi This yonng feeUesnan is the son of Mr and Mt Janns Olnrn Himat of that eity Min Biawn was MSs Brook Stanfeenai of Addiaon and well known in tela oommanity lur at tae hntiaesa aeneoaonaa anal tnejr atnakflf la New an vil of Haiu were viaiUug Mo bVs brUi Nee Albany lnd teat week I W layu u mmmrfwytmy WTCWVTKT ISfJl vtTvmz w iKsfjrs-w- mFfwmmmvfr FvV MUAltMl doing literary or joirnslistis work I am under many many obligations and shall thank the donor in a personal let Â¬ ter My writing te however all paraÂ¬ graphing dashed off at odd moments when the spirit moves me or when s Modom thought flits through my brain njgsslsd or created by a best beloved perlodleel or an aetnal ooeamoee com Â¬ ing to my knowledge Were I younger and bad it la my power I should overÂ¬ ride all obstacles aad hiadranets to study Journalism and soar for lbs bril Â¬ liant fields that await ooaoentratlon of thought applioatkm aad hard work perÂ¬ haps to realise at last my opinions were far too wsak to attain the oovsted prise Bat heres hoping that Thomas ds la Hast who does literary work may he- some eminently linked wkh the draft of the IlteratsBr aad reach the summit f literary work or the pro setoas of life let me add that ia this age of the world it is a great mis Â¬ take to look down upon physical labor as degrading I regard it as an almost uv ceseily for young men in the all round training of lift Duty provides oppor- Â¬ tunity physical labor gives freshness and vigor to the mental powers and rest assured if there is a latent talent in a young man or a young woman it will not always lie dormant He or Bhe will find an outlet Two strings to his bow may not always be required after while the right one alone will be pulled and the chosen and right one can be handled to success Nearly all of our literary men and women Ioyed light physical labor Oowper was deyoted to his gar Â¬ den Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Toms Cabin I despise the book in the midst of pressing household cares and she was often depressed over petty economies and prosiac domestic difficulties and still her book has been handed down as remarkable for force of style and is most picturesque in its de- Â¬ lineations of character and scenery and we all know the part it played in our Civil War In ante bellum days physi cal labor was regarded as beneath the dignity of a gentleman or lady What a mlstakel In John Halifax Gentlemen -- that fine work the Author truthfully says The man makes the business never business the man In the late International Congress of Women great stress was laid upon the value of handicraft and it should have great sig-Â¬ nificance in all fields But nothing we have o do under the sun no work no business no labor should prevent us at this progressive age from deyoting a few brief hours to literature Let us rest one set of faculties by the exercise of joy CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIB QRINNBLL Mr Editor road to victory la Mbssqueat oottbsts 80117 a fine tlms if om were Milton Of oouiss pupils beootne dfeeoaraged to begin a second edttioa of Faradlss bat to press on Is ths way to overcome desists Demosthenes whoa be spoke Loat for the first time was greeted with hisses tt Boston tha Hnb tha niche t exÂ¬ owing to weak important articulation cessive culture baa bad aa a la Goebel He shot himself up in a oave aad reÂ¬ Afralnaldo should bvs mained three months so history records convention been summoned to add nora eelet It I ooBtinually laboring to- - overcome deÂ¬ nmesaber right ha bad aa applause tects time he became the greatest orator the world has knows there at a oattala meettag 3tOT puttlng-ap-mM- it would be wrong tor I eotaally be- lisvs they did Misses Berates and Buniee Wheeler Grass Aura tad Messrs Shsrlv England Simsr Wheeter and Sam Groves sttond sd ths party given at 8opt- - Alex Oam mlaas home near Derby Satnrday eye wanting skat eMaaauKteaTuras near need no etaec aocmr tot Dr Ball Can gyBytas It aoat ttVeiy carat ISM sad lane msals walcSM BANK -OF fl AJfcUiJriS sB jBJ3t F BEABD President WILL MILLER Vlot Prssidaat X H BEARD Oast lsr B THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDtNSIURfi Pint Term Ortmrgl A V aa swrJBBfeVBsWsBrBa Um 0 W BEABD MORRIS BBKRIDQS B M JOLLY j 1 1 DIRECTORS KY MULDRAUQH IHM frost hat wart Didc Richer is vWttng his fatiisr 8 Lss HarrlastOB is at Viae Grove this week We were Mimod with a good rain Sat Â¬ HntHtST PAI0 ON TlUt KFtttTt of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 T D Mm Instructors Practioal thorough and enthusiastio men No school in this section of the State offers and women superior induotments COURSES AND TUITION Primary 1 70 Dr I N Bloom o Louisville ha just raiaraad f rom Brussels where he went as chairman of the Amerioaa delegation to tha International Medloal Conference Dr Bloom was la Parle whloh ie ex pecting folly 60000000 visitors to the Worlds fair He advisee every one who expects to go to carefully compute the ooat of their trip and then take abost much money as they think four times they will need Gov Mount of Indiana was ia Chat Â¬ tanooga daring dedication week He and his party visited the battlefields Goy Mount will by direction of the In Â¬ diana Legislature return to the Texas Bangers the Confederate flags oaptured from them during the war Gov Mount expresses himself as glad that his State is the first to return flags oaptured in anger I am mad to think they were madder to ever oaptnred and still think they were not returned twenty tt Beau Brummel we remember lifted years ago I wish X had it in my power his hat with a flourish to only titled and to gather up the last fragment of eaoh illustrious nobodies William Penn we and place in a museum of the beloved would imagine was born with a chapeau South tt on and never uncovered even to King Lord Byrons married life was a mis George We have jnore Williams at Sure erable failure There was no wooing this age than Beau Brummels for certain after I pass a Bo called gen Â¬ no winning Edison neither wooed or tleman once and he fails to raise his hat courted but won His conjugal yoke I never go out of my way again to rocog has rested easily and save that he was bo nice him How well it shows home absorbed in electricity as to forget the day set apart for the consummation of vows training to see a little boy tip his hat until reminded bis life has been like tt one glad song The Colonels did some good work last Grovera and Frances week Clarkes men are putting up as Is it a lottery Not on your life It good a same of ball as is now being takes affinity There was none between played in the League and we dont ex- Â¬ Lord Byron and Lady Byron There is Con- Â¬ Bleeeings between Mr and Mrs Edison cept even the Brooklyns always brighten as they take their flight geniality mutual tastes and mutual in- Â¬ The Louisville patrons of the game would terest must exist to make the glad like for the team to return but President song Dreyfusa Bays the team can do much bet- Â¬ tt ter in other cities for the rest of the No Ameri I am not an imperialist season so the fans are disappointed can favors imperialism Neither do I or tt any other true born American wish a There is general Borrow over the death great standing army and a grand ex- Â¬ of Mrs Senator J O S Blackburn who pensive navy None of us wishes either was well known and greatly beloved by to be larger than is necessary a large circle of friends The Senator for the needs of the times I am just at this era has my profound sym- Â¬ an expansionist and I have been pathy for he f ally appreciated his wife from the very first We are all and his domestic life has been a happy bound to be in one sense of the word one Senator Blackburn baa his faults or be anti Americans for it simply now has made mistakes but he comes of a means to grow to enlarge We were noble proud family is intellectual and expansionists way back yonder when over and above all else he wore the we added different parts to the Union gray Silver or no silver succeed We have gone on expanding and we will Lindsay or not succeed him he is a go on we must for we are a great nation typical Southern gentleman tt tt People who can afford to dress beau- Â¬ Dreyfus is free Shout the glad tifully and wear diamonds rubies and tidings exultingly tang I An innocent pearls are just as humble or can be and man was convicted and no matter how often are as those who shun plaiting loyal one might be to the old Republic When the hair or adorning the body a French subject should not be hasty I read the life of Charlotte Bronte I A dramatic turn came in the drama and came to where her father Rev Patrick while all Kennee slept the famous pris- Â¬ Bronte think of it a clergyman mar- Â¬ oner departed How my heart goes out ried and his wife a little shy sensitive for joy to Mme Dreyfus M Menard thing bad a Bilk dress given to her who gave hurtful information to Dreyfus Patrick cut the drees into strips before has been dismissed while Major Hart her eyes and then threw them and her man who gave favorable testimony has little slippers into the fire to teach her been promoted I tell you retribution humility I said a despot People comes in this old world swift and sure who bother about trifles and foolish de- Â¬ tails are usually despots in some form tt I have a wail from a young aspirant tt for literary honors She eays My poem This column in the News is ever introwas returned with the editors compli- Â¬ ducing interesting but comparatively ments and regrets Well my dearyoung personal strangers to me Last week I friend will it console you to know that received a beautiful and most compli- Â¬ Sir Walter Scotts first literary ventures mentary letter from Thomas James de were a failure Dumas shed scalding la Hunt Gannelton Indiana who has tears at the rejection of his established my identity through charm Â¬ first manuscript Byron Dickens or ing Cloverport frlonda Miss Nannie no other composer or eminent writer Murray now in the West Mrs John ever Bailed on flowery beds of ease Allen Murray and Mrs Jennie Jabine Bret Harte our very own Bret Hart is Newsom This kind unknown friend the only one on record of whom Ive has sent me the August number of The heard whose manuscripts were all avail Â¬ Editor a journal of information for lit-Â¬ able Try again erary workers whioh was recommended by Mrs Bailie Marshall Hardy or that tt Work hard work drudgery makes a talented entertaining writer Catherine musician of the true type of today To Moore of the Courier Journal I am to search for discover and delighted with the journal and know it defeat strengthen all weak points is the only must be of great assistance to anyone tt tt tt urday sight In speaking u Dr 0 R Beesor has returned to LouÂ¬ isville to seneol Miss Bineriet will entertain tonight ia honor of the visitors Miss Bell Ooirt is with her grand Work mother for a few days Miss Winterbower of Rlnnyvllle is A SPECIALTY visiting friends here this week Mr W 0 Withers left this morning to attend a medloal sobool at Louisville OFFIGK OVEIf J G BrintOB of Tip Top joined the Misses Harringtons house party for a few days last week Keston Willis Gos New Store Messrs Hart Withers and Ditto Bery OLOVBRPORT KT man were visitors of the Misses Stwarks and Hall Sunday Offioo In Rear of Moorman A Oweaa A number of our girls and boys attend Â¬ Drug Store ed the danoe at Tioga Springs Saturday night and report a delightful time Mlse Liazie Withers entertained at tea Saturday evening in honor of Misses Harringtons company Misses Hall and Stwarks Mr and Mrs Wash Smith of Sanger Tex who have been the guests of Mr SiryeeH Withers for the summer have returned home Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds Mr and Mrs Dr Bord entertained of Dental work Sunday at dinner Misses Harrington CL0VBRP0RT KY Cathrine Stwarks Glendale Elizabeth Hall Webster Messrs Victor Spalding S W Hilt Mr and Mrs S L Harring- Â¬ ton Mr and Mrs Virge McCrackin and Mrs Wilhlte and children DENTIST Iatermsdiate Preparatory Tesohers 8 90 SM per month S 90 Scientific Oleasiesi Matie Board 0176 to 3 20 per month N 3 30 M 3 80 2 86 per week For further laforaslion and catalogue address Crown and Bridge D S ROBERTS Jr A - B XT President 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passing there 1b an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be at once repeated or if the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor When these symptoms ar6 present no time should be lost in removing the cause Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of the bladder inflammation causing stop- Â¬ page and sometimes requiring the draw Â¬ ing of the urine with instruments or may run into Brights Disease the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist is a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is world wide and it is so easv to get at anv drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it However if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits mention the Brsokkh ridok Nxws and write to Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y for a sample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by mail Jim Morgan sold a fine span of mules for 200 last week OANNSLTON IND Miss Sallle Weedman has returned home from Sample Everything thats good in June and Jim Walls were in Gannel ton Saturday on business Morgan Noble sold a nice lot of white otk timber to Bill Livers for 70 Tom Cart of Shllo was here and pur Â¬ Furnished by chased two cows from A S English last GEORGE H CASPERKE week Jewelry aad iBsuraBse John Canary of this place will help Carlton Stiff eultivate his farm this BRANDKNBURQ ICBlNTUOKY coming year LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Date Address MMMiiim im tii minim ii niHmi mii mini Â¬ The editor of the Farm Journal aake 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 SPLENDID GENERAL TONIC when you can get the Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 NOTE The New formula is very pal 1002 and 1003 nearly five years by pay- Â¬ atable and more effective than Quinine ing a year in advance for the Brbokbm ridokNews Ibis you can do if you Played Out U Run Down 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prais Â¬ ing your remedies I wrote to her and she begged of me to try it telling me all that it had done for her I bought six bottle of Lydia E Pinlchams Vegetable Compound aad now cannot ax press my gratitude to you The tumor began to come away la pieces aad I got better all tha saae time I beUeve now that I am entirely eared My doctors could not bettor a ifat first as tkoyaM had told Uto that my case wa a hop slots est and no human power oould do mo any good They were astounded If I can say aavtbing that oan help otbor woMMSt I sbaU bo glad to It b not safe to wait until tt last raooMBt Head off troublo by prompt attention to it Dont bo satisfied witiuwt Mrs The clever bailers have Mulshed Ia the bottom aad are now with J A Har gla near Derby MkwesidaBsgfott aad Adel Whit marsh weat to Derby Saturday to be the guests of Miss Cody Mr aad Mrs Wm Wheeler of Bseeb hirst were the guests of their brother Mr Joe Wheeler Thursday Was laalos Wheeler will leave Sun Â¬ day for Olyds where she will take ehargs of the Miller school Sueosss to Miss TwiorrWek Both One Year for LTCtobfaatPiar HARDINSBUKG KENTUCKY n9aBsV Oourior Journal a m TXLL OITT HBAIXAaOlaaM1aBMKWBBUPmMr ONLY 31 AB lyaawla TWMereaabMbaHatiawoalr tfaaa aadat taU coaMaattaeT oftai aw aa tail the oSke ef Um threap 25 P D STAOGB SaaSSy bataraaa Uaiavilla uU rratgat Mipawa ay uMa uaa MtaS aoJaker thaa by rati tha untmn ra uaaar Traralata iU paawl la aaitpwaat atwamaSatUaa Taa beat eaUSaM an M sVsti aa4 tha aa mat aa taa aan aaaaia ataaa ia asaai OMmToSfeae if aaa iS fawrtb Aaaaa PaUf aaaa PBEPAEED TO PKACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS OWWXOJD Breckenridge News a4 ai ivSEsbbb i D Busies Ws young people are anticipating a floe time at the iuaee to be given at ths Acme Ball Oasjaelton Thursday sv su Â¬ WMffisWr W bMsB L PBNNY SaaariatendsBa Owsasboro A FAUUBt WW HITB A Prsaidsnt O V WlUJaMS T Ky P MU ing the loth Prof Israel Whitehead will open school at Shoemakers ths first Monday in October Get voor books ready and bsjts In sarasst IMfiotetus was quits a sueosss sjsJrtMfe ens rsturnsd boms well alaalN To say ths bounds did not en sTIfclaillaasal sTsi MsaSlla Bisks ITNNYROYAL PILLS VJ SUav Tlfc WALKER A BOARD ajSaaajsyiaSiUwwialwa tiwii I tdUMa UM mta M4U1 Ik ul J IlkUu nfeW li iAia Ml tfaaUlll DENTISTS Grown Bridge and Plato Work AM SNIMJ Oi KllXINOfl Taka r rpo A tiond r- 2 a ahf -- ea Iiakhms advice u 1 - owsn4 FairaanrT HARDINSBUKG - Nxws and g t a 15 00 BiUn 60 to the BBBOkKimioa and the Notre fir oi barga for ono year - 0CiW0lsHwMi4 M3WBMaiearfiB4Cfr h rt t KY j 4VJ-t-v- - GOSHEN ASSOCIATION Baptists Meet at Stephenaport Ky Last Week t1 k 1 J A Great Many Present and a Meeting Profitable IU All for next yeats session vote resulted as folio me-Corinth Oloverport The eighty third session of be Goshen Association met at Stepheaeport Wedaes day September 37th This aeeoefaiioa alalia tor its members some of the most prominent Baptists of the State and was well represented oa Hits occasion The good people of Btepbeneport bad made every preparation for the comfort and entertainment of their guests and every member from the Moderator to the del Â¬ egate from the smallest ohureh found a oordtal welcome The meeting was called to order by Iter H B White the Moderator at 11 The the present calendar year there hae been reported 846 bap tisms Thiols great oaaae for gratitude teGod bet we need to lengthen oar rorda aad strengthen oar stakes The fl Id ia widening as God is opening new territory to a la oar new pusaesdlona Let as arise aad aassoai the axld for Behold the field la white anlo God Laborers are saylna the harvest Shall we s nd Mere am L aend me thetaf The parting message nf oar Lord aad Master was Go ye into ll the world aad preach the gom to every proathrlag oreatare I will be with yon ante the and of the world There first fore let as go forth ia His name ThtMMHleyrtJtnl4M Mht way Te 1m Ww hi Jmh but to tmi mi efcey M Already for 1899 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Friendship J Jn vHPWm RKV H B WHITE MODBRATOE Hopewell Cauey vllle Oa the neeond vote Canyville was dropped aad Oa the motion of R 0 Willis Oloverport was withdrawn makÂ¬ ing the vote f5 Hopewell Corlnflj 42 HV Rutledge nominated Rev Moore to preaoh the next introductory sermon and the following names were suggested Dr A 0 Caperton of Grayson W B Rutledge J Dofglns 9 R Ward W V Harrell H B White H Veaoh J 0 Wiaehell J D Duncan J B Oldham J N Lynoh J W Vallandingham Rev Hatrell moved that the brother reooiving the highest number of votes be eleoted and the one receiving tue next hlgheet be the alternate Rev Caperton on account of his age and qualifications was on motion de- Â¬ clared the unanimous oboioe of the As- Â¬ sociation Rev J W Vallandirgham was selected as the alternate by quite a maj irity A settlement was made with Messengers to Baptist Southern Convention There was 355 balance unpaid A col- Â¬ lection was taken to liquidate the debt The surplus on motion wae donated to the mission fund The collection was Â¬ 18 1 28 4 Signed T N MoGlotiilan FH J J MoGbmsk B HllRNhON R Moohg Insist on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs These articles mailed FRME in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb LION COFFEE pkgs Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COFFEE and you will nevar um any otner it is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee Fancy Gold Ring B5M bead and a 2 cnt stamp Elders Moore Rutledge and Wash burne spoke interestingly and at length oa the subjeat of Missions etcaulne RnbySettlaa 3Celd Ulna Per 25 Hen heads and 2 cent stamp Report on State Work Our state work during the last year is quite encouraging The whole amount oolleoted in Kentuc- Â¬ ky during the year Is 8817584 Of this amount 8023 06 was paid to the State Board 7087 IS was paid to Dis- Â¬ trict Boards 104076 waa spent by Home Boards in Kentucky The amount contributed to State Mis Â¬ sions was 0i7 74 more than was contri- Â¬ buted last year There was raised on the fields for the purpose of building churches 8725 01 There were 4737 sermons preached aad 16 prayer meetings attended by missionaries of the State Board resulting in 1231 professions of faith and 003 baptisms There were 1318 additions to the mission churches There are Bixteen county seats in East Â¬ ern Kentucky where there are no Bap- Â¬ tist churches This state of affairs should appeal to every loyal Baptist in this magnificent state As regards honesty industry bravery and zaal these people cannot be excelled Tbey are predisposed to the Baptist faith and unless speedily reaohed by Baptist preach np our denomination will suller great lose 8ome of the strongest most cnsecrated men in the state are laboring among these people as joint missionaries of the State and Home Boards Some of the ablest of these men have grown up and been educated in our Baptist schools of this mountain region This should en- Â¬ courage us in our gifts to state missionr Our colored brethren number 70000 There has been an effort during the past year to train these 70000 colored Bap tists in this greac work There is work being done in almost all the different 1 i Silk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents Sit byepr icnaraespr These rings are genuine rolled poM plate having the exact appearance and qualities of solid gold and guaranteed by the makers to last two years with ordinary usage Nor inuenn ana very popular a3 eefltUnp jMld tor 170 Ron neads aad jjimujijjj m To Dttenaiaa the Mm A Try one umbrella made of union llk taSte as lneh frame with teven riba steel rod and 11 Congo handle Would oat 200 at the store STRENGTH PURITY ANP Knickerbocker FHV0tT Cut a strlo of thick racer so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn tightly around second Joint of the finger Lay one end on this diagram at the 0 and order the number the other end indicates Dress Pin Set fWM tree far ts lien head aad a 2 cent stamp Three rJni In theset larger than shown composed of fine rolled gold with handsome ruby colored set tlrjtn Suitable for waist pins cuff pins neck pins or as a childs set Â¬ Watch I Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs kerchiefs with beautiful lm- lace me alllon Insert- Â¬ ion in the cor-Â¬ ners Half inch hem machine hemstitched stylish and dur- Â¬ able A pair of these handker chiefs given fer 18 Hon heads cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp Two extra fine cambrlo hand- Â¬ liven fer 175 Hon heads and a 2 cent stamp Neat appear- Â¬ ing and an excellent time keeper Solid nickel stiver case with ornamental back Nickel movements escapement fully The famous Jeweled watch Art Picture Greeting and a 2 cent stamp A highly artistic picture that will grace the finest drawing-room The background of royal dark blue furnishes a n Olven for 8 Hon heads cut from Uon Co- Â¬ ffee wrappers Eastar skerbooker ash Belt and Buckle Mention your walit measnre wUen sending Ladies Watch Chain A doable strand of best silk cord united at Intervals with colored beads neat and Por 15 lion heads and a substantial appropriate a m and the Introductory sermon was preached by Rev J T Lewis on the sub- Â¬ ject of The Blessed Comforter His text wae found ia Jobs sixteenth chapter and seventh verse The congregation sang I Need Thee Every Hoar after which Bev E W Goakley led in prayer for the presence and power of the Holy Spirit daring the session The meeting M adjourned to meet at 130 p m Washbarne dismissing the congregation The following messengers from the 4 40 2 cent stamp I various ehnrehes were present Friendship Olifton Payne 0 Weath erford Goshen J T Owen Hanging Rock Elder H B White W V Barrel and Jesse V Don Hardlneburg W S Ball Chapman Moorman and Elder J R Moore Afternoon Session Hites Run D E Chapin W H The Association opened with song Thurman sad Samuel Burdett Rev W B Rutledge led in prayer Hopewell 0 Bosarth 0 Garter Jan R jv Ferrell announced that Rev Carter and Wm Betes Lewis Burdette would preaoh at the Irvington T N MoOlothlan J B Methodist ohureh Herndon F H MeOehee Elder J M Lewis was appointed deleLeitofageld Mds H Veaeh and gate to the Southern Baptist Association Joseph Duggine Elders Duncan Rutledge and Moore Liberty G V Bratcher and 0 were pat in nomination for alternatee Brateher The vote resulted in the election of Rav Little Clifty J W Watson J 0 Rutledge by a large majority Harrel J 0 Ramsey and T J Arm- Â¬ The chairman appointed the follow strong ing committee to raise funds to pay the Lost Run James Johnson and U R expenses of the delegate to the conven Â¬ ML Smith tion J B Herndon J T F Owen and Millwood J I Bosarth R J Bassett Wm New Bethel Milt Squires The regular order of business was Huston Barny Squires Thoe Barnes taken up The report on Kentucky BapPete Lyons and J D Beaton tist Aid Booiety was read by J K Ram- Â¬ New Hope J M Whitworth and Eld sey J R Ward Report of the committee For the Re- Â¬ Ohio Valley J U Stephens George lief of the Aged Indigent their Widows Barkly and M H Coons aad Children Pilgrim R H Bosarth Joeiah Carter We learn that the board is in great and J W Frank need of means to carry oa the work that Eld L M Waefabara we have intrusted to them We learn v Pleasant View J 0 Wlnchell and Jesse Montgomery tbroogh the report of the Corresponding B Oriiwell W R Secretary that they have but a small Providenoe Lite E Lowary amount about 136 oa band Sandy Hill James Heodriek Therefore we recommend that each Spring Station W A Shnrlsar and church of this Association appoint a Willard Beaton soliciting committee to raise means to Stepheneport A A Olayeomb H S sapply the present needs of beneSeiariee English J H Payne Clinton Cox A B We also recommend that pastors pat Mclf anghaa and S R Payne before their members the great object of 3alaut Gkeve J S Hardin J H said society aad request the churohee as Ayitt H T Ulbeon John Oompton tbey gat means to-- soncV them to the Allen Boberteon and It B Baebem Ooneepoading Secretary aad that we Elder H B White wm elected mod now make aa oflariag to this work to erator and Elder W V Harrel clerk help meet Immediate weals Dr J Warder then made a splendid Rasps ctfally submitted by your com Â¬ addnaa to the Association oa the subject mittee J Guar Ramscy Â¬ Â¬ Elder Ferrell on behalf of the Colored Baptist ohuroh of Stepheneport asked that a contribution be taken up to help that ohuroh Wm De Haven was belore the Asso- Â¬ ciation and stated that he and b few other ooored members had on May last laid the corner stone He said that the ohureh was in debt about 03 and he asked help to secure money enough to get the doors and windows He made a yery intelligent talk The collection amounted to 1005 in cash The Association adjourned to meet at 180 p m Rev Ferrell said in his an- Â¬ nouncement that there was plenty of dinner on the grounds Watch Malted free for 15 Hon beads cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2 ceat stamp Latest style of Imported Mack Swiss groa graln ribbon belting stylish Imitation oxidised silver buckle neat strong and fashionable Gents Silver Napkin Ring Por 15 Hen heads and a 2 cent stamp Neat and substantial Made of dur- Â¬ able metal heavily silver plated Two different patterns nailed free for 00 lion heads and a 2 cent stamp The celebrated Inger soil watch stem wound and stem set t durable nickel plated case eaoh watch accompan- Â¬ ied by guarantee of the maker Are liable time keeper gsn 868 pages of valu- - Childrens Picture Book Olven fer 10 Hon heads and a 2 cent Bixteen stamp large pages of Mo- Â¬ ther Goose Melodies Illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover We have different books so you can get an as- Â¬ sortment contrast to the little girl and her white East- Â¬ er lilies Size 14x08 inches l eents we will send It tinned and For 10 Uon beads ready for banging Flower Picture Century Cook Book celptfi also treatise on the labor of the Ladies Pocket Book seal -- grain leather with five separate large size and latest shape Black Coin m Purse parts of the state We urge upon the messengers to study the statistics contained in this report and also those contained in the minutes of our General Association and earnestly press upon their churohee the importance of this work Â¬ Hen heads and 2 cent stamp Color dark brown Made of fine kid leather oham ols lining nickeled frame with strong snap fastening Per 15 dlvUIonslccludIng a tuck pocket with flap to hold visiting cards secure Olvenfor25 Hen heads from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp kitchen dining roomlaundry sick room and remedies for the more com mon disease Olvenfer 15 lien beads sad a 2 cent stamp Â¬ Â¬ rl y rVAJceeaseeal evcnrnnWI fS and artistic coloring t The Por 8 Hon head and a 2c stamp American Beauty Roses and Size 11x34 inches Bright Dancing Lesson1 Ladies Pen Knife For 15 Hon head cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp Large site good ma Â¬ terial handles nicely decorated uiu uwuneu colors Table Cover Durable dark colored material that will stand washing 32 Inches Â¬ Boys Pocket Knife The Easy Opener strong sharp blade red wood handle Por 1 2 Hon heads and a 2c fcUmp The green grass and trees the little brown kitten and the girls snow white ReBpeQtfully Submitted W B J Rutledob Watson T J i M W Including fancy fringed border Mailed free for 25 Hon heads and a 2c stamp ROUSTS dress form a pleasing combination of col- Â¬ ors Bise 16x21 Inches flailed free for 8 Hon head and a 2 cent stamp J oiMtatJoa The Moderator annoaaoed the follow- Â¬ ing oomaitttaa to rapott daring the Foreign Missions Elder J R Moore and isnessngsis Horn Mission Elder I M Wash barn K 0 Willis and G V Brateher District MleftonaKlder W V Har J JF J 0 Wiaeaau M MomooKaar Wxwwoara w 4f sattOtta Oox IsbMst A A Olayeomb a Moa4naaJXKeih Ramsey X B H A Sotlety OUnt X Wbitwotth aad J a Wiaehell XX and Oollaeaa BWer J S WM W Bates and Carter Baliftpas Literature Bate Heradoa a J v P V t Orphans Home H Veacb J B Oriswell and M H Ooom Nominations for Diet MJsaton Board J Duggine Jaanas Lyons and E Lowery R 0 Willis and J B English were appointed a oomaiHtaato receive coo tributiona lor printing atiautea The following Messengers from Oorre spending Associations were welcomed to eeata la the Association Daviess county Elder E W Ooakley Blaokford- - Elder 1 Burdett and H O Tinman Salem -- J 0 Argabrlght Kvensville Elder J F Winebell The Yimttag bretheaa ware Elder W A Laak Geo H Ooa Sao K B M A ElAer W M Marray Western Recor der Elder Z Fenetl R7 J F Wlnehcli was aaaonaoad to preach at the Mathodlat church Eller W V Harrell wm appointed fvaeenrcr and directed to superintend the printing au1 tliatnbuting the mis uUs al t- - letaln fO fur uU service Â¬ Bra Geo H Cox Corresponding SecÂ¬ retary of the society addressed the AsÂ¬ sociation oa tea subject Ha said he was aa eathaaleeUe aid maa and waa vary mach interested la the work He ooeldat understand way every maa woman and child who loved the Lord aad the dear old ministers was net so The society bad eared for soma Htmin litem 10 of whom had died There were now on the list 38 who needed the ear of the ohureh The eoUeotloa was Report oa Forelga rUewkMie Jlp Hi l ui Elder J R Moore read a repot on Foreign Misstaw follows The Foregn Mlasten Work of the Southern Baptist Convention of last year presents many phases of hope aad good oheer There la great oaaas of rejoicing among the Baotlat hosts We are particularly grateful to God for the forward movement of the South Â¬ ern Baptist Convention la its meeting at LouioviUc Ky- - last May ia the reeolv lions ao cheerfully and unanimously adopted to Inoroaoo oar ooatributteaa la par cent for the present year and en Last large Ue work proportionately year Kentucky gave 1214846 there fore as per above agreement she most Let raise before next May glGlfiOM ovary BaaUat do bit duty and the amooat will ha aauctUr Mated Ia the six ooantriat of China Afrtaa Mtiico Brstit Japan and Italy we have i mt fUArioa nl l i ijjUvi helpers Report on Home Missions THE ABOVE ARB ONLY A PBW OP THB UON COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list will During the last conventional year shortly appear In this paper Dont miss It I The grandest list of prealttm ever offered I ending in June there has been an in Whea writing for premium send your letter In the same envelope or mere man 1 a lien neaoa are sent you can pacKags wua ine uon neaas orease in missionary reports number of save postage by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer for tary Von always knew LION COPPED by the wrapper It Is a Mated paefc miHirauu premium mi Aoareaa an mun is ue I absolutely pure If the package baptisms and in amount of mo jey con ajge with the lions head In front It la unbroken LION COFFEE Is roasted the day It leave the factory tributed Last year we had 058 misWOOLSOH SPWE CO Ohio sionaries the year before 407 last year there were 0552 baptisms the year be- Â¬ P fore 4739 last year 0609634 waa con- Â¬ tributed the year before 0259625 Thou hold look up to God and say There have been constituted 104 bersina very able manner Tbe hour art DO YOU the helper of the fatherless for preaoblng arrived and Bro Winobell ohurches and 94 houses of worship have The following are tbe pledges made by been built and 512 Sunday schools or- preached from the text By faith Abel the different churches for this work IF YOU DO WRITE TO offered unto God a more excellent sac- Â¬ ganised 10 Goshen 10 Hanging Oloverport The cash contributions from Kentucky rifice This passage is found in Hebrews Rock 6 Hardinsburg 6 Irvington oxoeed those of last year 196786 The 10 10 Ohio Valley 6 Gtepbensport MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICES ON Home Mission Board in Keatuoky paid eleventh ohapter and fourth verse from The oash collection was 3017 All except 960 was spent in whloh Bro Winohell made tbe following 164076 points nteslon Board Eastern Kentucky Abels sacrifice was more excellent We would earnestly urge our pastors We recommend that the board still to ute every effort to strengthen the than Gains because it was prompted by continue their meetings on Saturday be- Â¬ ecus of missions In the different faitb fore every fifth Sunday throughout the The element of faith in Abels offering year and that they press the need of -- OVQ OISTANOK TELEPHONE 4B4 ehnrehes Oar fields are broad and the laborers led to the selection of a vlotim whloh this great work upon our churches and are few in comparison with the vast foroibly expressed the fact that without ask them to contribute more liberally to M HARDIN R WILDER Â¬ Brandenburg 828 Fourth St Louisville Ky number of people who are going through tbe shedding of blood there is no re our mission work than ever before mission of ein life without the Gospel light Fifth Sunday meetings will be held God testifying of bis gifts and by it at the following churches first Walnut Respectfully submitted he being dead yet speaketb N Waskjhjhh Grove second Little Olifty third Friend I A life in tbe provldeaee of God la sne ship fourth Pleasant View R O Wilms eessful ia proportion aa it influences Signed G V Bbatckbu others to do good J O Bahsky Our Uvea every day sboald be a living Chairman TWrd Days Session witness that we believe in God B F Orawitokd Every Wednesday and Thursday altar The Association met promptly at 9 a IN IRVINGTON See and Tree Fourth Monday in Bash Month m with a large congregation present Aftemoen geaaloa H B Whitic Difficult work tnioh as Bridge and Crowns a specialty Prayer was offered by Bro M P Oomp W V Harkbll Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed toau Minutes of previous day were read Tbe AseoeJatioa opened with singing Bats Hbhndon aad approved The first business was tbe report on J T Ifc Owau Oa motion the regular order of baaU sahoola and colleges The eetamittee Harrell taking opposite sides Bro Fer- while convened at Stephens J Doaaim naas was soependad to hear Elder John reported as follows hereby express our sincere grat rell and many others favoring the RecordF Wiaehell a former member of the Georgetown eollege Georgetown Ky er the motion to east out the paragraph this ohureh Its pastor and DeBomlaatiaaal Literature Bros J M With ia a worthy institute Association preach concerning that paper in Bro Rutledgea good people of Stephenaport j ers and R 0 Willis were appelated by warm aad hearty way la wt Bethel aollege RaseeUvUle ie a colThere la hardly a subject that comes Bifida was carried lege lor males only aad baa done good before this body that is of mora impor the chair a committee oa resolutions Oa motion it was ordered that any have received and entertained work daring the year tdnee than the subject of oar Denomina member having a eopy of the minutes the Bitting of this body Otlatoa aollege OlintaaKyUaeo-ed-ueetloaa- l R O Willis would be entitled to vlelt corresponding tional Literatnre Rapert aa District Mteeiea institute The edification aad development of Associations J M Wixaaaa W V Hawaii read tbe report Sldar Mr Withers oapoeed the aeooad Bethel Female college Hopkiaevllle i oar ohureh members and the conversion The following delegates were appoint Â¬ oa DietrJot Mleelooa which was as fol-Â¬ W B lutioa whiah brought oa some heat far yonag ladies only of oar children depends largely upoa our ed to the General Aseceiatien io was We also call upon the eJtfaeaa of the having sound religions literature in oar Rutledge L M Washburn J T F dlseaastna oa tbe whlaky qaoetic Tbe territory occupied by our Asao-aocamoaitlea snrroaadlBg the oollegea homea There should be la every home Owen J T Doggias J X Moore W V Bros Ferrell aad Brreilapproved of tt to riea a and rid theaweJ vee ef saloons a good sound Baptist paper aad many Harrell OiUtoa Payne pvasP vewveiapssa WJ Braokearidaa aad Greyeaa eauatle good denominational books aad wa earÂ¬ aa aaaaa driakara or who swaaajs ia There an large district witbta our CssUHttftlttsM aMsl EtssssVat4ttstefteM We advise oar aeon to aatroala oar nestly attggeat that we endeavor to maaaar ia the Hqcor traffic bouadaia which there are ao Baptist The Msolutions were adopted withe pat saah a paper la every family churohaa and In which tbe eeaad of a Wa taVe nlsaenie ia recommending Gosbea a ssoolattaai la seeetoa at Staph pure aad unadulterated gospel la seldom The AaaoaiaMoa than adjourned the Western Beeotuar walah has stood eaeport do hereby assert oar disapprovÂ¬ Qfapteas Meeaa heard al of the reception into or the re tent aa soag Till Wa Meat Again tad pray To give the gospel to the people of Siaee Its heglaaiai 710 ebUdrea have by tbe tlsnomlnfilrtm for ao many yeasat la aay of oar ohurohee of anyone who by the aMdatator thoaa dtetriota la aa mporteataart i the been raaaiyedfrosa Uaaaoaatry M9 from oar fkiadayeohool aeries pabUahed at driaka or ia la aay way eagaged ia the work divinely laid upon the eharehee of tbe city 11 daring the last yw 18 Nashville Tenn by the fkuiday eohool whkikay trasae or anyone who Nttta Br ent Ceaak gyrap Uaaaare Cr Board of Southern Baptist Ooaveation the Goahea Association Every man I adoatadi 7 apprenticed Oa death ae-curas Oar Home Field pabliahed try oar home property for that parpoee or ia auy way Maa as mans um chUil Marbj tints ana aumm mmm aot sssv tnat cnaaoni connected with oar body whom the earred dariag the year Thaw are 71 sf taay hava tbj rslubU ruMd at aaad Is Fofaiga Hiasioa aids ia that hurtful bgstaeet ohurohsa have act apart to the work of la the borne at praaaat tt of whom MieetoA Board The SU r aU drutff lU lot aS cents Sd That It ia the aeasa of this body Joaiaal pabliahed by oar Foreign Hia tha iuuiKi wight to be seat late thoaa ate la two aamerlaa Â¬ pUeaa te the extent of each tor 1040 orphans sioa Board ia one of the beat periodicals that wa aa a Ohrlatiaa body ahonld sup The Farm Journal choke full Our home baa oared dantitate port only each man aa are tavorabja to gamption and has the largaot otreufl published a all the country ones opportunity to go aad sustained dariag laa 80 years existenoe aad of option movamaat laXaotadiy The Baptist Argus published in Louis our local of aay farm paper in the wowaV by the ooatributloaa of the cLarahea this number only 10 have remained 3d That wa do oamby express oar good everywhere We offer iffof avi through our Miastor Board aad preaahthe until 18 years of age The others have ville la a good aweet soaated paper aad condemnation of the ShelbyyiUe Saatia- time aaaprra to advaane part blessed gospel of Christ to tee daladed been adopted into good Ohriatian homea will help you in your devotional thought al la Us reoaat aaaaatlamaaly attack oa aariaara a the Hiimnurn Skv Ttwee that remained with oaths fail and meditation and the lost oar aeravad brother aad ttilwhejaM yaar aliaaat mA the Vana Jwrm I W Rvnaooa W V Hi aaan limit ol their tJate hare elaee xoae forth Dr V H Kerfoot and all ef ii The Baptist Areas waa than dssuiaawd Ouint Ooi iaiotba world to bless aa tbey have K oimd That we the mawangara of haiaaaa af M BWArly tlt yrm pro and ooa by th brethren Bro Moore the Uoabaa AaauetaUan aad the rial torn and been blessed Truly oan the members of the bonse- - rapreeentaii v of Uie Araua and Bro iu aUeudttnc upon this AssKvjfatioa pUe o lur arii lunr The report waa discussed by the mem- - IMPORTANT NOTICE 11 Â¬ ToMo p INTEND TO BUILD -- Â¬ JP WILL GOMPANY LOUISVILLE KY J Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds Eti F Â¬ HARDIN WILDER IDESTTISTi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ taafpsaafssjajm fjTajfaa sBraa ffMaVajmBjagagmj Â¬ Â¬ i k jm W si tekkMtii CT KiivimcH SHSMBSE3aaMaMBl tatipmjii5t9 lll ffyW V wrF QLENDtANE as rs wagon and livery amnd Beaded this and Buck Moorman up a good trad PP UWw froywr jjr rv iQfy Breckenridge O News FMrtn ISM SRANDENBUftQ Bakfep Blhan M OCT 4 PaaWajalajaaajPBB WEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES 1 3 TSAIU twin Matt sanvyjsSi w s Cat iterate af WMMrrMM MITCARIK atot ftr at the rata aft ataei twHM MOT J w W AmiCI u im ANN0UNC8M8NT MOudMd to A a w fa A Marry u tk Noarfaaa of tk DamacraMc Parly Raprmaat Hrackaaridfl Caaaty la the Lawar Hoom of the Mat Oaaaral AmaHf f Kaalaafcy tra Tkbkk are bo where mora splendid re Â¬ of what a railroad does for a oom munlty tbaa ars demonstrated right here in our own eowl oonnty of Breck enridge Compare oar condition today with tbat of tea years ago Would any man go baek Jo those old oonditlonef The most remote sections of the county are now in touch with the outside world and the worlds markets Where far mers had to pay 10 to get a hogshead of tobacco to the market they oaa now put it there for 150 and whire they never thought of raising a grain of wheat they now raise thousands of bushels and where they only thought of marketing their hoge once a year they now have a market every day in the year and the same is true of their corn their hay and their cattle Look at the vast area of timber that has been made available and turned into money the men that have been given employment and the rich streams flowing with golden dollars that have been opened up and made navi- Â¬ gable Have we any kick coming against the railroads Not a bit when we atop to think and reflect But on the other hand we ought to be grateful and tbauk the men of brains and capital for coming here investing their money and helping us Dont let us make war on the men and the capital that have made us what we are but let us invite others As Judge Pratt very truthfully said in his speeches in this county that another railroad wouldnt hurt us We want more men of brains and capital to oomo among us and not the eelfish politicians who have no interest in ub except for our votes to put them in fat places tails Thbrk are a lot of fellows soing around over the country kicking against trusts Just ask one of these kickers when and where a trust ever hurt him and he We are opposed to trusts too They are a great evil and ought to be checked but we are free to con- Â¬ fess that we do not know the remedy When the greatest minds of the nation meet in convention as they did in Ohi cago a few days ago for the purpose of discussing ways and means to remedy this eyil and adjourn without forming any conclusion or plans then its not within our power to do anything The man that knows his business attends to it loves it and has faith in it no trust or combination can knock him out or wants to knock him out cant answer you I The News has been asked the ques- Â¬ tion Is not the American Hook Com- Â¬ pany a trust We Bay emphatically it is not and we say further that there is no school book trust in this country Now if Mr Fettit or any who agree with him will bring any evidence showing that what we say is not true then we will acknowledge that we dont know what we are talking about We will give them all the space they want to de lend their position if It is couched in respectful language Thb Fiscal Court ought to co me down here and take a look at our macadam roads If the sight of them doeenotcon- vert the whole body and soul of them then well set up the cigars Ah office seeker who will pledge him Â¬ self to improve the public highways and who will keep his pledge should be let in on the ground floor A I j a great power toward making good roads in this county if properly handled haw doean rock crushers would be Wk cant afford to abandon the good road movement beeauw there are some folks that it does noc p lease Thbrk is no trust on earth that can hart the man who trusts in God and in himself DBYVEY AND HIS YELLOW SHOES Wsf tke First Pair in Washington 1 Wouldnt be Laughed Out of Them bright yellow were introduced Dewey wore the Aral aair that was seen in Washington Tbey at oaee became the subject of jeet nil the officers of the Navy Depart- of a Thi russet shoes hue ft Sarly in the afternoon one of Deweys began to swell and his Mfierisg from his new shoe was aeute In an interval between the ealls of rieatle who wart still running him or his slioes the Commodore sought his chief clerks room lis walked with a limn and to relieve flaallv loosened the stria MI suppose I cant take these things off sow he remarked with a bitter milt for those fsllowsll think they to it e dri van And for boors th Oosnfdoia sat at in pwfeet tortomOotober Horns Journal I Xf Footed th Nrg doctors told Boalek Hamilton of Wost Jeflarson O after suffering 18 months from Hectal Fistula h wonld die unless a costly operation was pet Urraed butheured himself with fits hoxos Bucklaufl Arnica Halve the surest Pile core on Earth sad to boat aalv la tha world 26 oonts a box Sold by Short a Harass Druajnets 41 Mr sod Mrs Buwoh Alloa hare a J W Gary want to Irvington Satur rmry ill baby day Mrs P T Hoot wont to Louisville this Oar netohaats had a Mar trad Satur day wot to soBsoHa spunalna 8TEPHEN8PORT Jtff Ditto baa boon on the akk list for Th Meltons oaaao eorquered and a week wHh aularia of which thorn is a wont Mi Jarrett wat to Cloverport deal Harry Stam was la Loolstlllo Inst Monday A tood many from hor atteadod th Jas Yoaagar of Olovorport was ia flaeebers Aasooiattoa last Satorday at Mis ItM Board was in town SatorÂ¬ town Sunday Payaosrlll day aad Sunday Mrs Graham Jolly of Sample was ia Book Frio Qtat Fontaine and Lawrence Vessel of Owensboro was town Saodsy Jamas Blofceratoff attends1 the toll trots Saturday and Sunday at Lontevill Mrs O X B borttou spent last Mm Pressor is spending this wosk In Owsaaboro Brother LI tea I eld loft TtMotfey for with Mrs W 0 Moorman Qlaesow where the aaaoal oealorenes Mrs I Faalmaa of Rome was ia Mrr Bock Moorman visited at of toe M JE eburau south will assemble Fords vi II on day townTuasday last weak Misses Virginia Rhodes and Jltnatte Mr acid Mm Wilson wore her front Miss Mary Moorman made a flying Lee Voolfik will attend the fall ear trip to Hardinsburg Corinth akurah Saturday nival and be the guest of Miss Nettle Mies Do Baebaot spent Saturday and Frtd Fraize of MeDaniels was bers Seheae SuBday In Lodlburg h uruay en route to Henderson Misses lone Dowdea and Ada Brown B M Millar will attend court In Har N ilia Ashley baa just completed a five are back from Louisville with a lovely dlnsburg this week olerkeliip for Julian Brown line of millinery gooil Tu y are girts weeks Miss Lleeie Livers has returned from a D 0 Moorman sold to John Deane a after my own heart aud they merit the vielt ia Mooleyvllle greatest Buooeee See them or order by weanling mule last week for 60 J F T Owsn was here from Glen Â¬ mail or through a friend Joe Mattmgly took Father Drary over to St Marys ohureh Sunday alteraoon deane Baptist ohureh The meeting at the Baptist ohureh is Mr and Mrs Barnes Squires were still in progress with much interest man- Â¬ Jack Howards wife of Fordsvllle ifested Good sermons are being deliv- Â¬ eame up for short visit Sunday after Â¬ hare from New Bethel Mrs Gene Connor of Sample attend Â¬ ered by oonseerated servants of God A noon ed servioes here last week stok child at home naa kept me from at-Â¬ Dud Ashley and John Davis are vis Â¬ tending much to my regret I hope to iting at Shrewsberry in Grayson county The Smith House was runnlBg ovdr go this week with traveling men last week this weeK Sheriff Burton is back from his tour to Dinner ww spread on the ground Dr Harris of Falls of Rough has a see those eight Hardinsburg girls that considerable Sunday practise which calls Wednesday Thursday and Friday an Eastern girl oame so near eclipsing him to Glendeane Rev J W Moore was one-- of the dele Â¬ Alas for the sheriffs 15 cents and soiled gates from the Hardinsburg Baptist W F Bocirth oame up Saturday from collar We shall all await patiently for Owenpboro and mingled with friends at church his forthcoming book also for his de- Â¬ this place for two days Miss Sallle Livers of Oannelton lad cision in the matter of eight girls Miss Ada Vessels who has visited spent last week with Mr and Mrs Wm The cutting affair which took place Miss Alma Mattingly for some time re- Â¬ T Livers near Black Warrior school house be-Â¬ turns to Owensboro this week Mr Rloe representing W B Belknap tween Hardin Richardson and John Rev O W Green is at home and la of Louisville was at the Smith House Brown is very much regretted by their still far from well His stay at Tar last week friend I dont know the exact details Springs failed to benefit him Rev J M Lewis Bate Herndon and but both men are badly cut Dr Posey Paul Dempster goes to Loulayille this Mr McGlothlan represented the Irving is attending them We sympathize very week to enter a medical school for tbe ton churoh deeply with their families second year Hell be missed Miss Leola Shoemaker of Rome Ind I am glad the editor of this paper carpenters were never spent last week with her aunt Mrs 0 Glendeane called attention to Mr Pettits mislead- Â¬ ing statements on the school book ques- Â¬ worked bo hard as at present Gcodl E Robinson Mr and Mrs W H Sargent of Fords- Â¬ tion They are false and we want the There is work for all who want it Charley Robertson went over to tbe vllle spent last week with Mr and Mrs truth always in such matters I was told to roast him In this column but you Hites Run Teachers Association Satur- Â¬ R A Shellman Mr Editor have stated the unvarnished day No teachers went from here Mr Lannie Smith and eon George of truth Many of our school books are far Mr Curtis says the receipts at the Louisville spent Sunday with his broth- Â¬ better than those of Indiana and of depot last month were large and that er R A Smith course cost more Let Mr Pettit be more there is a big railroad business now W B Hanks and iamilyftleave this accurate or at least poet himself before week for Cloverport where they will lo- Â¬ Charley Deane will finish sowing he makes positive statements to intelli- Â¬ wheat this week Charlny is one of our cate for the future gent people Everett English who has a school at most attentive and successful farmers Ienjoyed last week a day and night Webster spent Sunday with his parents Miss Mary Moorman and her guests with Mr and Mrs Thos H Ditto at accompanied by the two Henry Moor Mr and Mrs H S English their country home Arlington which Misses Margaret and Lilly Scott Lena mans went to Long Lick Sunday to hear they have beautified and improved since Hensley and Maggie Ahl were guests of Father Druty my last visit Mrs Ditto is one of the Joe Wells leaves for Edmonson county Miss Lena Payne last week most thorough complete and compe- Â¬ The ohureh wants to thank the M E tent housekeepers I have known Such after a two weeks absence He will at- Â¬ tend a camp meeting held by the Seventh brethren who so kindly opened their system such smooth domestic machin- Â¬ house for two 10 oolock servioes ery and oh the beet oookl She finds Day Adventists Mrs John Bennett of Louisville and Misa Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough time to read and teaches her bright little daughter Virginia besides Mr and Miss Peg Griswold of Louisville Mr Caleb Hall of Wbtteeville were Ditto is down on Mr Goebsl for hie were Miss Mary Moormans guests Sat- Â¬ guests at the Smith House last week course in the Roberta bill lie thinks if urday and Sunday Mrs Geo Miller and Miss Mattie the party to which he belongs will not Hale Deane will return Thursday to Hook of near Hardinsburg spent a few furnish proper men to vote for it is best his home in Owensboro to attend the days last week with Mr and Mrs K B to scratch the bad men and vote for a fair for a day or two Elliott Moorman Blaln man in another party which he will do will accompany him Rev W B Rutledge Gus Gibson Miss Flora Tilford went up to Irving John Keith Mr Willis and one or two ton Saturday morning came back at others were delegates from Cloverport Discovered By a Woman noon and remained with Miss May church Another great discovery has been Mr and Mrs Joe Knight and Mrs Jas made and that too by a lady in this Dempster till Sunday night Among Glendeane peopleat tbe Ow- Â¬ Casey of Rome Ind spent a few days country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with Â¬ ensboro fair this week are Joe Billy and last week with Mr and Mrs J W Mc stood its severest tests but her vital or- Â¬ Stanley Mattingly and others whose Cann at Midway Hotel gans were undermined and death names I eant get at this writing J D Babbage our able and obliging seemed imminent For throe months Miss Nellie Moorman writes from editor was on hand with pencil and she coughed incessantly and could not Ruseellville that she will hear the in- Â¬ paper and full details of the proceedings sleep She finally discovered a way to vincible Bob Taylor lecture the 10th will be found elsewhere in this issue recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of All of us would like to hear him The Baptist church extends thanks to Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Â¬ Jesse Smith Jesse Whltworth Bill all who aided in the oholr and especial Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on taking Hensley of Oy Miller Hardinsburg ly to Prof 0 E Robinson and Mr Marion first dose that she slept all night and Hon Tice Jolly J D Babbage and a Thomas who so ably assisted with oor with two bottles has been absolutely great many others were in town Satur- Â¬ nete cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz day The Goshen Association has been Thus writes W C Hamnio Co of A special work train bearing the bridge with us and gone to meet again next Shelby N 0 Trial bottles free at Short leaving Haynes drug store Regular size 50c crew came in Saturday They will reÂ¬ year with Corinth ohureh main here for some time doing work on our olty feeling vary muoh as if a storm andl Every bottle guaranteed the bridges and trestles below Glen- Â¬ had pawed over yet it was a vary pleas deane ent and enjoyable one this association PUBLIC SPEAKING Mattinglys sawmill was shut down for being one of the very btst as expressed a time last week but Is running again by many There were from 600 to 800 John P Haawell Jr Republican can Â¬ now It hums us to sleep at night and people on the grounds the three days didate for the Legislature of Brecken Â¬ furnishes music to get up by In the Friends met friends with the first hand ridge county will speak at the following morning shake for years Each session was in Â¬ If all Democrat were as faithful as teresting to those interested and places Zack Oarwile and as wide awake for the everything passed off nicely The ser- Â¬ Hardinsburg Monday October 0 interest of tbe party there would be no mons by Revs J W Lewis J M Mur- Â¬ Balltown Friday October 30 doubt of Goebels sleotion next month ray Ooatly J Wiaebel Dugan and BurÂ¬ Cloverport Saturday October 21 Zaek talks of moving nearer Glendeane den were greatly anjoysd by all Custer Monday October 28 Hudsonville Tuesday Ootober 24 Nelie Mattingly son of Billy Matting Â¬ Those attending th Association as MeDaniels Wednesday Ootober 26 ly was one of the 26 children who took visitors from near to was war as folio wa West View Thursday October 26 their first holy communion at Long Lick Miss Lilly MoGlothlan Mr and Mi He invites Mayor J A Barry Demo church Saturday Nelie is one of our Fred MoOhe Irvington Miss Lula cratic candidate and Geo Harned the politest kindest boys industrious com Owen Mrs Willis Mrs Add JCoglisb Populist candidate to be present and par Â¬ panionable with many friends now and Mrs Oeise and daughter Miss Bthal ticipate in the dissuasions a life of usefulness before him Mrs W B Ratledgc and children aad Any change in these dates desired by On Ootober Sd all postmasters begin Clarence Henry Keith Olovarport the other candidates will be conceded to weigh the mail received at their of- Â¬ Trueman FordevilU W B Buaby Speaking to commence at I oolock fices For thirty five days thsv will clas Owensboro Mrs Wm Minor Jas Steph Â¬ p re sify and weigh all mall matter aeaording ens Mrs Gooms Mis Diak Miss Tlnlu to instructions sent out by the PoetorTloe and Mrs Addison of Addison Mr aad Mass Convention of Clover Department at Washington Miss Minnie Statistios Mrs 0 M McGlothUn are more complete all the time Hoyla Mm Sarah Btabardsoa Mr port Magisterial District Dont forget tbat golden rod tea No Zaek Kiobardsott Mr Wm MUar 8c admission Yon pay for what you Miss Mattie Miltwr th Misses Haynas Wili be held Sunday aiteraeoa and eat European plan you so Dont eat Mm Hugh Frymlra Miss Blanch Fry night Oct 8th at the Cloverport Math supper at home bat oom out thoroughly mire Miss Btokat aad Miss Daisy Wad diet ahurch We earnest v request all hungry and do a good supper full justioe ltngloa Union Star Mr and Mm All Sunday Schools in tha district to bo The ladle ar making nroparatioa for a Milter Mr aad Mr Silas Millar Mr of soar Hardin aad Mm represented Tbe object of tbe meeting good time for all who attend is to disouss tha best interest of all Sun Â¬ The Deane Tie Company want to put burg bosldas many othan whoosaaaM we failed to learn day School work in oar districts and to a big mro of man la th Hudson aoiffh stimulate all with wore m In this borbood soma fourtoan mile from hot A Short laa Story groat work All pewo old and yonne Tbsy hay aoarly a yost work la th should halp in this work and by tbalr oak already purchased up A Cold Ure Jim prase tha Sunday School Lawns with about twoaty man has hue Neglect work 0 on and all and lot a been at work that for Mvorai woaka Paeumooia havt a grand tovlval in this work oarybody know and Ulua Jim Dona Grif ResptoUnliy Had Fotoys Honey aad Tar boon asad d row conaanondant would Ilk to F V DHot Ml hi Bumaroos good potato socially thai story would hay bad a bappUr adiag A X Ttokar fevarport B A as a laraor or la any way ooastnaTsd DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING won alroadyaowU known Witt Hardlaabuit aot UaloM Mart tumor k wrong well Boo Thos Petit will apeak toaether mention Jim and extend our oonarat- with another Democratic Spoakor prob- ulations boforo many mora woaka Mr Naos Lewis proprietor of tha 3rd ably John 8 Rhea at Hardtosbrrg Ky W 0 Moormaa baa jost oomplatad an Street Planing Mill has disposed of Monday Oct tth it boing too fit Mon Â¬ addition to as commodious stable It moot of hit macbinory H ooatoaaplates day of Oirwoit Court is now a ia Uvary stable and hes into angagJng In th w hoi Is lumbar busi- UurAioM Oouuirrns bomaaaswitfa horses and bougius dram whatever a first clan Glendeane has long no better man than oaa ha fouod to build A Big Drive I I I I I I dm ar last atutng owar th nteaat or wboopiac I cough I Ar you raoovoring as fast aa I youryou should Haa aot old trouble toft tout I I Mcdd fuM of iMPurttloa I Aad Isnt this th roaaoa I you koop so poorly Dont I Mlay rooovtry tonfor but Tmkm Forbapa you have had da grtop or a hard ooUL awr bo rocovaring fro mahrrla or a slow favor or possibly soma of tha chU- - wk Yt OUST hr wk Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Ladies Trimmed Hats Collars Bandana Ties Shirts Shirt Waists Top Skirts Oapes and Shoos I Underskirts HoserSuspenders Night Gowns Jackets Gents Hats Cape Oollars i 4Y WHaMteeit - Ties Shirts Suspenders Pants and Nioe Stilts Union Made Overalls Suits Line of Shoes Ladies Underwear and Top Skirts Up-tb-da- te It will remove all Impart ties from your blood It 1 also a tonic of immens value Give nature a iirtto help at this time Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood If your bowels are not just right Ayers Pills will Send for make them so cur book on Diet In Const- HWfo tm esw Hoofor We bars tha exaltulra lurieea irnne oi m rooit eminent porn-la UiB United state vrnta AiUtttcSR 1 W E BROWN Irvington Ky TheCumberlandTelephoneTelegraph Com- Â¬ a AJTW LILAC VALLEY We have had a nice rain Miss Pearl Fousheesays she is very fond of Mora Jesse Haynes called to see Mss Heltle Bandy last Sunday Owen Do well was tho guest of Miss Ella Helt Sunday DiokSipes and Clyde Miller went to Bethel last Sunday Ohas Andetton of Hardin county ia building a new barn for H B livers Sam Dowell wife and daughter spent the day with Mr and Mrs Byoa Banger Sunday Nell Hardeety and Miss Dellle Har desty were the guests of Miss Mary Milk pany announces the following night rates to all toll stations in their territory These rates go into effect August 1 Where tbe Day Bate is 96 cents the Night Rafe will be 30 eonte ii ii ii ii ii i M i ii ii ii ii H I tii tl II I m I ii M ii it ii ii ii it ii i ii ii i H 40 II I on n 90 ii ii i II H M 90 II M II M II II ii ii ii 35 i 2d II jo DO ii All other messages the rates will be for night one halt th day rate Sunday We are very sorry to say that Mrs John Wright is very low with con- Â¬ DID YOU WANT sumption Miss Susie Hardeety is thinking oj going to Texas this fall Wonder why she is going Hollle Neafusand Miss Nina Ander Â¬ son attended the baptizing at Sulphur Springe Sunday Miss Garnette Livers was the guest of Miss Nellie Dowell from sehool last Wednesday night Several from here attended the party at Will Mills last Wednesday night and reported a grand time Mr and Mrs Lon Cowley and Mrs Ella Shane were the guests of Mr and Mm J G Anderson last Wednesday Miss Mary Hamilton who is teaching our school was called to the bedside of her slater who is very ill with typhoid Something handsome in the way of a Fins Dinner or Tea Sat If so I oanmiityou I have some of the beat Bnglish and German Ohina Dinner and Tea Sets ever shown in this plaoe Dont buy cheap inferior ware when you can gat first quality Ohina at a less price Come and be oonvinoed A ftll line of Fancy Goods to be seen at all times and at the lowest prioes BRING YOUR PRODUCE TO MB HIGHEST PRIO ES I PAY TH SCHOOI BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES ETC ETO ETC fever Misses Annie Simmons and Nellie of Ekrou were the guests of Misses Maggie and Garnette Livers of this place last Sunday Mm Thomas Hendriek of Missouri is visiUng her parents Mr aad Mrs Niok Helt This Is the first time she has beea to Kentucky for twelve yars Ohas Helt and wife Mm Nick Halt Mrs Lula Hendriek and little daughter Mm Sam Dowell and daughter Nellie were th guests of Mm Mali sa Bawtey aad Miss Snsto Hardeety last Tuesday - Stith R j P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS GROOBR P xsTrrjrc3 io3iT Pressed Stmdinc Seim Corrugated aaanaai Y Crimp Roll Cap - acr3rj 2 and 3 Ply Â¬ Old fashion la dress may be raviyed but no old fashioned medicine can re Â¬ place Chamberlains Colic Cholera anJ Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Sbellmao Btopheasport ZJZPOrAr rZ Ready J11 Rooflftf jWeKsaansaBSBBr and Steel Cap Mfigii 2rawirmmikma WftiL fiKsaT Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement H GARFIELD Mrs 8arah Whltworth baa new millin- Â¬ ery goods So many sow building ar going up and so many air needed OlUe Prise is all amltos over th arriv Â¬ al bf a little girl at hi bows J L Johasoa aad wife attended the Baptist Association lent week Rev Bflasrtb filled his last appoint aunt at Fleasaat Grov last Sunday Bv H 0 Truman wa a visitor bar a nw days bat weak H was on his way o attend th Baptist Aasooietlon at Mr Anderson Writ far PrteMaa4 BfEHffJI tfTQ KU6 R E3E9fcaTi Cafaam BKnBfiaeeS9aSKK99KS9XSSSB3SSBMH9aa Lvf t The HEALTH araorrftnua tajimona K fs For sale by Short A Haynes Druggists Olovarport ne13l NM reinady tor narroua pronraaloo and all rttoaaaia of tfia JB arauiei nv aitbr sax siiMBa aa Narwaia PMatraUoa rUhjf a lmDounoj Nightly Smlniona Youthful irrorm afaouTwai ry awwusaas a TwnMMw or upturn wuoa mm ao uoBansspuoa ii ica I W rHrsffV5S Cttte CO OmwImmMm iSSSJS DJratt UNDERTAKERS In thia lin w are HeadquAitare - th manager of poultry boas bare ha moved hi fam ily to Mm Simmons house We extend Â¬ tha tj J J our Una ia tly Mr Toy Simmons ha moved back from her farm iato bar property yaoat sd by Mr BiUle Pat Mr Pat will locate at Wan Point And when th bowels tai to act propei ly take a doe of Lyoks Uhtivb Sraur It acta gently but fdWuall v uu tbe kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear TBaEaaEaWEasLraaallB Complete in every ptuilcu- - m lar and Money Sttvod Xp it Is Tour Some Â¬ yon by atjeinir tit JOLLY A McGLOTHLAN Irvington fCv IftfttftwMfltft W JU f v H W aMM Breckenridge News aad little eon Lissie are visiting friends aad relatives in Hen Mrs U G Hill Nancy Hanks The loom on whloh Naaev Hanks the mother of the eveat emancipator Abra Â¬ ham Lincoln did her weaving te now owned by Dan Smith of Garfield The story goes that Haney Beaks used to make regular trips from bi r borne in LaRoo aouuty te Stophuisport Oa her route sbo would stop and weave doth for people It seems that one of her customers John Martin same into possession of the loom and at the sale after hit death it was bought by old George Bralagtoa Ia Hate he died and the loom was fallen heir to by Mrs Patsy Maer y At her death the place wae ftnld to Mr Smith aad the loom was put la with other property This loom now ot hlotorloal value is mads of white oak aad all the parts are decayed and rotten except the beam whloh in about eight inches in diameter and eight feet long Mr Smith is think ing ot making it up into walking oases and selling to relic seekers WKDlf B8DAY OUT 4 JI W W Itt hh WWWW aW4Jawiat fclLfcli W WWW WWWW TKe Nws in Brief derson Misses Dora Berry aad Maggie Penner attended the f aaeral of their nncle Vlr gll Berry at Henderson last Week Mr Ellsha Oolllns sad son Warnel I weotito Oweneboro yesterday to spend a week with her brother near that place Taylor Heynee of Braadeabfg was la town a few days lat week Investlgatint the proposed plan of patting down aa oil well Â¬ Mrs Brewers Humane Work A IMM H mttJt Dr JtteaV Mtmd Hmrtmmn Uufy wh Irnkt Wr ttfhrtb sM rcMr txftrUne with Se Pt-ru-- n fr titytwr CK Thos 8weeney who has been spend ing the summer with relatives at Ofh cinnati has returned to his home at Victoria The yellow kkl is sttraetinK a great deal of attention at Sulsers Stop and hive a talk with the geaUemaa Hell treat you well Keweom Qunleer wm in tows Satur Â¬ The most stubborn oases of BronohlMs day HORBBOUKjU Son- - euocutnb to BALLARDS Thee ProMOtt wm la Offeaeboro SYRUP Prim aad 60 ets A H Oleterna are goto dry ypoaom Una am ban New prlnta at Salaara Boy winter cape at aulaer Fancy nwxm at Sutsera Sabers for everything good to Mt Arat them beautiful auUinn dare Mfee Onrrie Graham V M the rick liet rithing ertek i getting good oa Staking Fisher Dragist Lnlhajr Headriok one of this ooantys most thriving and prosperous farmer was la town Saturday mingling with bis friends Mies Jenny Green daughter of Col Lafe Green Falls of Rough is spending week ia Loaisvllle at the home of Mrs Marshal Morris Hon John Marshall Candidate for Lieutendant Governor on theRepublioan ticket was the guest Thursday and Fri day of Mr H A Oelse Mrs Henry 0 Waggoner was ia town Monday aad sailed at the Nxws office Mrs Waggoner presented the offioe with three large pears of the kelfer variety Jesse Weatherholt will move his bar- Â¬ ber shop into the store room vacated by M Haintoan Sob He will wheuoom plate have one of the finest toneoiial parlors In the state Â¬ Mr ptak Irmet your osptlal la an eleetrle light la thte Beottaa has all been Tefceeoo -- v iV 5- to i - i cation Whom will you support for Governor General W S Taylor Are you for or against the Goebel Election Law I am deoidedly against it and should I be elected will nee my best tfforts to have it repealed Whom will you support for Unit d States Senator if eleeted I can not now say that I have any de olded preference bat I will support any man who has the neoessary qualifications First Quarterly Meeting Hardineburg provided he is a good Republican Dental Parlors Rev D L Bowlds of Dukes went to New York Dr It W Frymlre of Pdteevllle was How is Mr Stub your opponent on Sample Saturday to attend the first quar- Â¬ In town Moaday these questions terly meeting of that district which was 542 FOURTH STREET I am not prepared to say as he has not held there Saturday aud Sunday Rev 011 aad examine the line of new yet declared Jiimself I would like to prints at Sailers BUT 54 MAKE INNO MISTAKE PLAOE GETqi u tt Jioasey ot Jjouiavme spent a hear from him and know how he stands 0 H Howe is the presiding elder THE RIGHT Everybody is getting ready to go to with bis parents Mr and Mrs week here Ladles Reading Club ESTABLISHED 1888 the Oweasboro fair Thomas Tousey Mr Tonsey has a lu Static or Ohio City op Tolkdo I The Ladies Reading Club will meet at Uharlw Moorman aad Fred Fraise crative position in the city with the Lucas County G went te IJolt Saaday Southern railroad Fjunk J Cuknet makes oath that he Mrs Wpast Smarts tomorrow afternoon xpBBBsawJuuuuuuuj two oclock to reorganize for at half Mm M 0 WeddlBg of Rome was la Mr and Mrs Conrad Winohell and is the senior partner of the firm of F J the winter oeason All the members are elty Friday shopping Co doing business in the the daughter and Miss Sallle Abl of Mowea Orkney requested to attend James Lewis aad Ohris Perrigo went qua III have reached Tobinsport lad Oity of Toledo County and Htate afore- Â¬ and will spend several weeks visiting rel- Â¬ said and that said firm will pay the sum evmeyayssve to Hardlnehurg Monday of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eaoh Frank aad Janes Jolly of Hardlas atives and friends audeyerycaseof Catarrh that cannot J J Dyer and wife went to Philpot burg ware la town Friday Saturday and spent Sunday with Mr be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh McQaady John Bates aad wife of aad Mrs J 8 Harris Their daughter Curb were ia the city Satarday FRANK J CHENEY who has been visiting Mrs Harris re Mr Freak Selfred has been oa the Sworn to before me and subscribed in Advertisements inserted under this head at the turned home with them rate of one cent a word each insertion eiok list for several days my presence this 6th day of December Mrs Ulrieh Farber has reeeiyed a tele A D 1886 Miss Mabel Sterett of Sklllman is FOR SAU FARH gram from hereon William Farber who We have the largest and besteqaipped A W GLEASON kiting relatives 1b the oily good is In the regular army and stationed at FOR SALK A A moraarm nice aad convea Dental Office sonth of the Ohio River SKAL located dewrable aad payinjr Notary Public Investment Improvements of every kind are con Â¬ Fort Leavenworth Kansas saying that We were the first to reduce the price Improvements ail cannot be found good Call oa or write me at once B A PARKS of Dentistry to bring it within the reach stantly going oa ia this elty Catarrh Core is taken internal- Â¬ Clifton Milli Ky Halls when be ia mastered oat he will leave of all Mr and Mrs William Bjawn of Tar for home ly and acts directly on the blood and Teeth Extracted 26o FOB SALE JACK Fork wars in town Satarday mucous surf aces of the system Send Filled with Amalgam 60c Miss Jefsle Reynolds who after an en Â¬ old A Jack 8 A for testimonials free Thos MsOill of Hardinsbarg was in joyable stay of several weeks FOH SALKgetter apleadid have himycaraHardiaa foal Will Filled with Gold and Platinum Al- Â¬ at with her F J CHENEY CO Toledo O burg fir Monday of drcuk coart J W Tuxtx the eity a few hoars last weak loy 76c friend Miss Mamie DeHaven left Sat Â¬ Sold by Druggists 76e Dr San Hambletoa has bean under urday ftfr her home at FordeyiUe Miss Filled with Gold 100 and up LOST eOLD CHARM Halls Family Pills are the best the weather for the past weak A Good Set of Teeth Reynolds daring her visit made many 600 T OST One gold chatm bearin the emblem of Beet Set of Teeth no Better made XJnigntreceive on it TheU finder will return An advertisement in the Naws will warm friends who will ever welcome i empiar PROQRAn PLANK reward P tuiae and 800 pay the investor doable its pHoe her return Old Plates Repaired and made as good STRAY HOBSB The Farm Journal is eheap but not too Mr and Mnu Kobe Pate of Balltowa The following is the program of the as new cheap to be good it is full of ginger and first meeting of ministers and deacons at STRAY JIOHSH A large gray mare 10 or i3 ware in town Satarday shopping We extract teeth abeolutely without came to our place Sept lo 1894 miles south of Stephrasport Ky Would be pain H L SUder aad John A Harrison gumption and has as many other good Walnut Grove Friday October 27th pleased If owner would call aad get same THOS We are the only dentists in the city tbiagb in it that you can use as any pa- Â¬ went to jflardlnebarg last Friday How may we best succeed in giving FLOOD BROS Stephen sport Ky who extract your teeth and replace them per at any priee It will be sent for the the Gospel to the world 7 W B Rut M EUsha Collins and son WarfleW belaaee ef I860 and all of with temporary teeth same day FOB SAL1 FABM 100 1901 ledge and J D Duncan Sundays from 8 a m till 12 oclock are visiting relatives la Oweneboro emphasis Importance of giving proper 1908 and 1006 nearly five yean to Bub- farm A Lady alwaya in attendance J M FOR SALK one good from of one hundred and Irviagton No Im mile acres of the Bkbokhhiimjk Nxws who to the doctrine of repentance Dr T D Jteufrow weat to Hardlas serlhem Washburn John Morton and R B proveweatc all down in grass For particulars pay one year in advance Bankers bnrg Moaday on a professional trip address E II SHELMAN St CO Ir Basham SEND ONE DOLLAR Exegesis John 3 6 H B White J vlagton Ky The reeideaee of Mrs 0 W Moorman 0 WkmtLklSLr iXtfiHiaa aaWawUUBana B Oldbam and A V Armstrong FOR SALK JKKSET COW GARRETT Z baa been given a fresh ooat of paint wiariBsjul we will send UUUjsBUUU BUUUa 2 What is the first resurrection and who yoa by freight rmjtmr lalgefatataluUUUl SALK A nice Tersey cow with Jersey O OD ril niitatinH subject to KgMtaUBBnTanTal 5 are those that have a part therein W John Ryan has reslgaed his poeltioa ikjKA aaaaawris7aaaaaaai heifer add calf one month old by her side Harrell BrU Mee awbl Price I so J U STEPHENS as engineer oa the Short Line railroad BornSsptse to the wife of H P V Exegesi and J Dngglns guaranteeing rt safe Luke 16 0 J T Lewis J oeuvsrjr aiamu 11 si sBBBajjHaEaaBBBmai m Mayor Barry baa built a Has stable in Allen a girl rear IHIsM atset and If BaTaBTaBTaBTaBTaaTan R Moore and J N Lynch H0OP3 AND H60P P0LS8 WAOTBB loaad rertMUjsutfsnery Â¬ Missions and their relation to the Gos the earner of his lot on railroad street MrsKariz of Webster Is visiting her ae4 eeatl te itM ANTED tjoooo Hoops and Hoop Poles tkat pel T Ferrell and J R Ward m Have you seen the yellow kid aad daughter Mrs Clint Grntoher at weH ena iron oriage uias mm si cvuIvelekt aao00 m u Ex geU Hebrews 0 4 6 6 J W areet Oar Bpeefal how he gives oat the gam at Burners Mrs Mollie Wright of Bkron was the Vallandlngbam and H Veeeh KflftWi vt w of Sunday school work SEVERAL BRIGHT AND lees ni order mk W with In order to obtain the best value from guest of her sister Mrs Laura Burah to The importance denomination Clifton WANTKD persons to represent us as Mana SrMTUxlVlfUU the Baptist this week Salary ttteo a gers ia this aad dene by counties ajseMeseftae advertising do not do It spasmodically Payne year aad expeaaee Straight boaa ftdc no more Mr Stuart 0 wings the grocery drum Our The Missionary Board will meet in no less salary Poeltioa permanent mainly refer- tared and penahMm very MettstjUfrom BMatlUftl Mia Berate Harris and Mis Winnie office Wm Cw OriOa Mrtu U BM tMtruHl as ku a rlik ence aay baalc ia any tows It Is near was bete Tuesday calling on oar connection with this meeting Isom are thegnests of Mies Mary Far walk coadBCied M home Reference Enclose Mf kl MBdM hUIhmW rsMUM h M HUM Mfk nterchaaU Dominion HIeMrsestkeM lTrHehrpriMaelkslrlnsa4UM aelf addreeaed staaUMd esvelop Ths W V Habkud ber CowrANV Dept 3 Chicago A4dfH SEARS ROEBUCK CO CHICAS0 Mrs James Bloketts of Long Braaeh J T Lxwis Missis Annie and Loekte Iglebart was IWTIOa the guest of J 0 Orutcfaer and fam Â¬ Clifton Paymk have returned to their hove in Bvaas ily Monday Committee XT OT1CK I have dosed out my stock of poods Tllto 11 at Oleadeaae aad turned iheaa ever ia Mr II spent JMr Id JUtoble and family E Stars All persons indebted to me by note or Mar and Mrs Sam May and ebildrea Thursday at lraleohrg ha guests ef VAII osght to know that when suffer otherwise are hereby notified to edsae ierward aad FROM THE of Hardinsbarg came to the eity Safer I UU JBgfrom gAr kidney treahle that settle aad save eotts W C MOORMAN OUn Tubs Thcrashury and fatally deaae Ky Mr and Mrs Jud Xdatoas of Btrnn a safet sure remedy is Foleys Kidney MOT MA9CKIC WMML John Neuhauer has moved into the ueuburg were the euseei of W B Mat Ours fiuaraateed or money refunded T OST Locket wsA the Masealc emblem Hall property in the lower portion of tingty aad family Wednesday A RFWir OtoTerport S A Witt Jbsetmejd oTfcTFtad wfll pica satara to Maa- Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- na Â¬ heuaed Apples by the wagon lead are eorntag to town Aa opera house is badly needed la this elty Dr A A Simons went to Fateavllle Monday Mrs J T Owen has returned from Glendeaue Mk Mary Matttnrfy ei Balltewn is qeite siok Mr Frank Haswell epeiit Saaday la Will Vote FeiTayler The following is an interview between Mr Joe L Flaherty Republican nominee for Representative of Meade county and a friend who gives it to us for publl Mssesd with soate good aacsarltons Mm Ttasis M Brewer of IN High m Westerly K L Is a nansosososesM noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and atonet for the slak of Wseterly She has been fer strongest several years one of friends and under date of March 17 ltM she writes the following-- letter to Dr Hat awe Columbus O the originator of Your weloome advice is at hand aad my gratitude is unbounded for the privllere I en joy of consul tin g so renowned a phy stoma nsMjesosososKfcXnrMneMBwT naaaaBak saaaaaaaaTaT t as yourself always receiving Buck prompt iRaVBaxnaaxVyfaaaxaxaBeVX JaaPaW Uraaxev3 JsNanMBBexoyoxoiVsaiBOxoxoxoxexaY ana sausiaoiory replies to my questions And what amaaes me most Is that this be done year after year with unfall LirBHBasKaesososososfBeaenl lntr certainty iree ot cuarge I havelearned thatyouhave become to thousaas and thousands of households the same beneficent 8BJn3BeaaaaaeaaarBs guide and adviser that you are to my household As for your free books read them everyone and treasure their content as the choicest wisdom I in my family I have used Mrs Lrzzife M Bbxwxb for over four vr an I find it a aura euro for all catarrhal affections so common In this part of the country It cures a cold at once there is no cough medicine that can at all equal as for la grippe there is no other remedy that oan at all compare with I notice in medical journals and from the testimony of my neighbors that the doctors seem quite unsuccessful in treating la grippe especially in removing the after effects of la grippe From personal observation in many oases I know is a sure specific for these cases I am among the slak a great that simply because deal in our oity and have supplied many Invalids with fail to I am enthusiastic in my faith as to its results I have never known it tosystem quickly and permanently remove that demoralized state of the human which follows la grippe In oases of weaknesses peculiar to my sex I am sure that no other remedy can approach in good results the action of It meets all the bad symptoms to which females are subject The irregularities and nervousness the debility and misery which afflict more or less the women from girlhood to change of life are one and all met and overcome by your excellent I wish every young lady in our oity could read your book Health and Beauty Any one wishing to inquire of me further oan do bo by enlcoslng a stamp for reply UMANITY FULLY COOKED FREELY DIGESTED Dextrine and Grape Sugar Made by special treatment of entire wheat and barley Fe-ru-n- Pe-m-n- at aaxa fl Grape Nuts A Food Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- for the Brain and Nerve Centers The system will absorb a greater amount of nourishment from one pound of Grape Nuts than from ten pounds of meat wheat oats or bread COSTS ABOUT ONE CENT PER MEAL We have plenty of other good things to eat S55V SULZERS 2 t Telephone 5 King 2 vfvuyuye WANTS Wevoyouuyufctfi fcStffci DR L B MORBMBN AB POPHA n Purest Goods We pay cash for Drugs which enables us to sell cheaper than our competitors Gall and see for yourself MOREMEN DRUGGISTS POPHAM Irvington Ky ti ifr Mmam We aie now in our new quarters and ready for business and will have our SJY vV Â¬ Â¬ Great Time in Louisville OPENING SADRDAY0CT14 With the Largest and e 9th tojthe 21st Hardlaeourg agar Cerf ol the Fair aaietae la a thousand know how to make them Mort Mossier of Fellville has been barg Mr Joha Salmon of Falls of Bough Fall laelmcttoas how to make th best seat yoa oa at the Wlnealt Hotel in Ourdsville for Aoaroea w is In the eity spending a week or more Tsustt ef tea eoauMaas Yoa who have to boy etotbing this two weeks at Boa lio Norwood the bedside of bis son Prof with his son John Salmon Mr Salmon winter should not lose anytime getting Y M Moselsy who has typhoid fever rK BAU MHNI ifooc badnotbeen here for yean and the toSnlsera He mar be there a month longer as his many Improvements were notioeable to Aaoly to SALK A good Mock of iraae R Bound Smith the popalar hotel nan son seems to be getting no better Z T Cos Skraa Ky TV It frail bar-him He ueed to carry the laud route fSsephenaport spent a few boors la MBtMaBmmmmmammmmmmammammamaam mail from this place to the Falls of Roouh city Saturday LWALBUMHI and said I have killed many a good LK Blank Deed aad Mortgages aad kaftss Ussier from Pennsylvania was orms ef Laeral Blanks BfUCKKN horse aud probably oovered more territo- Â¬ NEWS OFFPCE James Btitos Wedns ry on bone back than any other man in j Miss Minnie Murray U vietttog her stater Mrs Morris Beard in HardinsÂ¬ With Skk Sou Carried The flail THOUSANDS M53yui Take advantage of the low rates and hare your teeth looked after while in the oity The LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS will do more for you than any Den Most Complete line of MtfiMja r MpBMJWWsejey farber who has been visit i aa4 relatives at Clover Creek Mr and Ms A B Sklllman nnday la the oeanlrjr with Mr Mrs lob MeGevook Mr John Pheln tobacconist of this ejfty will spend several days in Oweas bovo attendbag the air f I cant take plain codXvtr He XolL Doctor says try K TRYING NO USE Wffugf Or T tal Establishment in Louisville the county Mr Salmon te bordering dose upon hie 74th year and Judging from bis appear sacs he will live a number of yean yet TCITietf TjtOR SALE Certihcate KCNlRIDNwtai BUMTiTlli tlBlfliHWW- ia Bryan Stratum AWTW DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING I mltfht as well tell m to malt ami try to take Aastin Popham of Irviagton spent SED WFftJ Sunday in town with bia pareata Mr and Mrs Mike Popham Frank Ferry engineer on the HenÂ¬ derson route and located at Stephens port was In town Satarday Mrs Jamas G Stephana of Addison la visit ug her daughter Mr James dark 81mm Jr ia Chicago Manager Jno Harrison went to Haw csville Monday In the iatoreat of the Onto Vallev TatoBbto Co TT grsp HsMyJSilla eamfeai 3iBsieejpi nap saajBSa Bnoj DM lard or butter It b too rich and them But will uptet the stomach you can taM mUk or cream sq you can take Hon Thos Petit will speak together with another Democratic Speaker rob ably John J Rhea at Hardlnaburg Ky Monday Oct 9ifa lb being the fin Moa Â¬ day of Circuit Court Oamfaiom OouMiTTaa jm will artset I akowod oaly aetata a ay owa hrsadtag aad aajaarad a good percentage of the 1 BBJUU the kiod that kordatlasttaaopoUs wtaatte record e4 my aad 8riajaaM thtayear Always Reliable Alwaya Here Dont be cheated by wandering dentists The Louisville Dental Parlors have been at this address for 15 years the number 644 Raniutsibur fourth Ave aad writa for prices Uttifynk Ky Pea ofu FURNITURE JbJJSFJD B xJtnSoto All aortOBO Mains to the aetata of Mary E Hicks SosMaadT are horeby acealod to eoaae aad AS peraoas Itaotau etalmt ajasast aottJaUmaasaa aid eatata wm araisai eame ateaorly MraWd IX ojir Alttslsritrf TeJeuuees ovvwwePu mTuBauBnuaa Scotts EniBtelon It b like cream but wffl bed and nourish when cream wiU not Babies and chii drcn will thrive and grow fat on H when their ordliury food does not nourish them i F W Hudson the local freight agent of the Henderson Route acoompanled by his wife aad little dao nterArJine of Louierille went to Falls of Rough Satur Â¬ HftatVIUaA4aialt taylmhorte LOCUST I al Mia aaataatly aad aeela aas ear eats aarae boil kraise feaa eueasa catarrh same coroa imaDBwe aaaesj aao titBMoraosaeeTsUaer rnaeoaa wM sore aaro or iaSemod eyoala iA BBeBaaaajao a wUl Sad tarn oil wH oar heal haiiar kara old sore aad I aad If aot ytjar drag oaUaraaaa wfTUaecHy gi aaak titan rStofs Uttaeptte KeettafON Sewing Machines Brer shown in thfy and UWN HERD araoet Ky agasB rar aaaes itoratui Aowaait it4frawtiJUkf of R Mr and Mrs O Wflttft s cfty atUfoded tha Goshen Association which m lu kcatiiou ui bphMiSKrt last week Ml fclnuy mtbiA htm mturivnl fiuiu a MaaJ a to tNm have becH kiw taking tav am day when day Mr Hudeoa mys that the last two moutbe have been tat boat months o the year in the freight aad passenger departments of this road They have been record breakers of Rcgltteretl PoUnd tajlt a joining counties Qinu Swine FOR SALE One Twenty Horse Pusrur We aolioit a share of yonr patronage i I ths dbjssp order to that the erdswry kmi u propwty dlgotrd and ouimiiatuL S Hfi saaaJuutv to wotai Qesaf to rturduwuura Baud Suservwor Pass Charles Moaday JtetbJuj town maehlae The nurd la headed ay Comatodore Samptoa soe of Xasg Troatoa itaif the greatyot anao wtanmc Polaad Chfea bosj ffSM or dead Cessmodore 8amaoa la a duplicaU of his oele hratad sire aad we caa tmthrully say without caatiofl aay taSeailoa aa Btaajtag couaty mm aaaaatad to aao aa sraad a head tkL hoi or to Sue aa mdlvidusl oitain aar m4m But w eaa asD aged Weeell BMshow record S8j alaaeeyOM Oteap Mr aaolity able 8 w Mill Ordor Apply to Port In good runiilaf MHAMMAMMN i with the tr iihin r ii j Mfj j lata n t - vI nm r VI ill 4V e jn v wilt exhibit the it tlaxdinabarg it the depot a A P0OTB SON irvlatctoti Ky tt JAS E CH1PIN 4 SON CLOVKRPORT KY MMMIMiHtaMMiM THE FIRST OUN FOR BRYAN A GREETING TO ADMIRAL DBWEY Baok to Tkt Paawtaai af MaaMoaaaattt kato Oaarvaatloa last waok la the hearts thai an open to greet yon Proud of their koto WMwanring and true I Back to tho millioiM who kariiefljr moot you Undor tha fold of tu tad white and blue Grandest of Admirals firm and undaunted What can we tttter your praise to bespeak Duty sublime bravely done and not vaunted Where Uiro the ages your pear may we eek Long aoatnatod only oondi- aaarUly mvamMo to It and ohoat V aoMtgaioat Bty doloaatlon to the HaHoaal DoaMoralw Oeavoation of arx olaag to the jmt 8oohtatbobfflaBlnKof btDem oampalga far 1900 The Maa Domooran have atraok the imaatt Aad U baa the goanlett silver ring llal awM Tito body of to digtoa to the STOP LOOK The goods in our stock are worth 25 per oent more than you have to pay for them We buy and sell for cash and that is why we are enabled to sell you a little cheaper than any other houo in town You want all your money will buy and that helps to solve the problem If there is anything here that you need call and see us hare we waited while far oer the ooean Homeward you sailed to the land of the free Thrilled in eaoh heart with a loyal devotion One in this warmest of welooraee are we I Shouts of delight which the throng wildly utters Thunder of guns roars a welcome to you Mast heads and dome where our starry flag flutters Signal the honor and glory your due Have we forgotten the gleam and the glory Added to stars of that time honored flag Do we remember the age living story Look for the answer on steeple and crag Gaze aext year wtUaot booboeea aatflaoxtsarlac bWttbat they will be almost uaivanally of tao same airipo as those baIooomI yes torday by tao Maseaebaseeki Domooraes ia already obvious at least so far aa cob aotBS the reoomlnatlon of Bryan It h net probable that the opposition to him ofrwhose organisotioB we heard so maoh a fjw months ago will make any eon olderable show ia the convention afaMoaal Dvotooratie OoavoaUoa of State delegations which most etren Houaly reeiated Bryans Bomlnation is 1806 are likely to be among the moot 1 in the eyes of the hosts that surround you Read there a greeting of loyalty grand Fame that is deathless has lovingly crowned you Made you the pride of Columbias land Bbxlk Van Dbevxr in Leslies Weekly aotive ia advertising their support of him la 1000 Probably there will not be oaeugh opposition to necessitate a counting of noses for his nomination by acclamation seems sow to be accepted as oertain la all quarters of the Democracy Bryan baa conquered he ia the master of the Democratic party aa it has been inevitable ever since his defeat in 1886 hB would be And Bryan means the old iasue over again and the old campaign with all ita anxieties and dangers re newed New York Sun Thrse Dtottrs la CoaoaltatlM From Benjamin Franklin When you are sick what you like beet is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place what experience tells you is beet to be ohoeen in the second place what reason i e Theory says is best to be obosen in the last place But if you can get Dr JhoKnoffon Dr Experienct and Dr Beaton to hold a consultation to- Â¬ gether they will give you the best ad- Â¬ vice that can be taken When you have a bad eold Dr Incli- Â¬ nation would recommend Ghambelains Cough Remedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Experience would reeommend it because it never falls to effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr Reason wonld reeommend it because it ia prepared oa scientific principles and aote on natures plan ia relieving the lunge opening the secretions and re storing the system to a natural and healthy condition For sale by A R R A Shellmaa Fisher Oloverport GLASSWARE We sell you a Set of Table Tumblars for TINWARE We propose to take oare of you in this line at the goods and then the prices Dairy Pans large extra good for flfc Wash Basin beet quality for JQg Dish Pans extra good one for Qa 6 Come and look WHAT IS LIQUID AIR Liquid air la just what ita name im- Â¬ plies It Is cot a liquid distilled from some newly discovered vegetable or min- Â¬ eral but Is simply air such aa we breathe made so cold that it takes the form ol water The fact that air can as- Â¬ sume that form is a recent discovery aa is also the method of obtaining the in Â¬ tense cold necessary to this result The temperature required la 312 degrees be- Â¬ low zero a temperature larther below the coldest arctic winter than that is be- Â¬ Yet persistent low a tropical summer efforts have at last developed a method When by which it ia readily produced air Is cooled down to thia degree it changes to a misty vapor and gradually forms into drope that fall like rain to the bottom of the vessel containing it By a proper arrangement it may then be drawn off into an open receptacle ready for use When seen In an open vessel it might be mistaken for boiling water as it sim- Â¬ mers and selves off a white vapor When first poured out It boila violently throw- Â¬ ing off a cloud of vapor that rolls down the sides of the vessel But as soon aa the receptacle has cooled to the tem- Â¬ perature of the liquid it quiets down to a simmer which continues until all baa eyaporated and returned to air This may require several hours if care is taken to keep the yeesel away from ev- Â¬ ery conductor of heat But if it be placed on a plate of iron or even a block of ice It will boll violently and very soon mingle with its native air If poured out on a conductor aa iron or ice it will assume the gaseous state so rapidly as to amount to an explosion Aa a freezing agent the power of liquid air Is terrific It freezes pure alcohol very readily and freezes mercury so hard that it may be used as a hammer to drive nails into hard wood and so thorough is the chill given that the mercury re Â¬ tains the solid state for several minutes It will sear living flesh like a red hot iron and may take the place of all chem- Â¬ ical cauterizing in surgery As a refrig- Â¬ erator liquid air will be easily controlled and it can be made to lower the tem- Â¬ perature of a room very slightly or to produce a degree of cold that no life could endure for a minute As an ex- Â¬ plosive it baa certainly great power and experiments already made indicate that it may be used in both gunnery and blasting and it may thua take the place of both gunpowder and dynamite From Self Gmlture for October The Farm Journal baa nearly two million readers each issue it ia putting in a new press that will print 300 copies a minute it is the best farm paper in America and it pleases the women folks all to pieces We have made a special arrangement by which we are able to send the Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 and all of 1000 1001 1003 and 1003 nearly five years to all subscribers of the Breckknridob Nxwg who pay a year in advance 10 CENTS Full size finely finished Tumblers in three aaeortments Our You cannot duplicate them anywhere on this market for the money quart Pails for fOu 10 CENT assortment of Glassware is just immense You do not care to know how we can offer you this assortment of Polished Glass Â¬ ware for so little money and we will not try to tell it It con- Â¬ sists of large Water Pitchers large round Fruit Bowls Syrup Pitchers and many other choice and desirable articles for use in tho house These are only a few articles in this line Those goods are what you use jevery day and you doubtless pay tpo much for them at many places Try us OUR iO GENT LAMP Apples Half a Mile Above the Earth David Elliott chief of the inquiry de partment at the poetoffice ia back at hie desk after a two weeks outlna at his old home near Madison He rode 160 miles in a carriage among the hills of Jefferson county and the Indian hills on the Ken tucky side of the Ohio river Theres only one county in Indiana Mr Elliott says and that is Jefferson county I never saw a country so rich in fried chicken and the chickens all roost clcse to the ground Along the knobs of the Ohio river ia that county is the steepest oeltirsted land in the State The hillsides are so newly straight up and down that the farmers have to use plows made especially for hillside work A wagon cannot be used but sleda haul the crops out of these alantin fields The wheatfields are so steep that the harvesters use the old fashioned reapers to cut the graiB There ia an orchard on the side of one of the knobs with the trees growing out instead of upward When an apple drops off one of the trees it falls nearly half a mile before it strikes the ground Indianapolis Â¬ assortment are all bargains These goods are strictly O K with burner and chimney all complete Â¬ Stephensport PHOTOGRAPHY OF THE STOMACH Dr Max Einhorn of New York city made a communication to a medical journal some seven years ago regarding gas trodiaphany in which a miniature Eli eon lamp in a special mounting attached to a soft rubber tube containing a wire was introduced into the stomach so that an examination could be made of it Dr Einhora described a camera for photographing the interior of the stom- Â¬ ach but owing to technical difficulties the camera waa not constructed by him Such a camera has however been per- Â¬ fected by Dr Fritz Lange of Munich Germany on almost the identical lines given by Dr Einhorn Through the courtesy of Dr Lange the Scientific American haa published an accurate illustration of the device employed The camera ia a marvel of compactness and ia constructed exactly on the same principles aa all cameras for taking moving photographs although of course there ia no attempt made to com- Â¬ bine them So aa to project the actual or orations of the stomach The camera it- Â¬ self ia swallowed by the patient and it contains a small eleotrlc lamp for illum- Â¬ inating the walls of the stomach A pho-Â¬ tographic film twenty Indies long and a quarter of aa inch wide is wound at the bottom of the oamera One end of the film k fastened to the oord which runs freely in the tube When the oord ia pulled the film ia drawn slowly past the lens The oord and the oonduotlng wir a must of course be swallowed with the oamera itself Whea the eamora reach Â¬ es the bottom of the stemaoh the surgeon begins to pull the oord which runs the film past the lens The electric light is then turned on and after the sensitive film haa been impressed with the image the current is turned off and another seetioa of film ia brought into play until the requisite number of pietares haa boon obtained then the entire apparatus New is withdrawn from the stomaoh York Bleotrloal Review A QREAT OPFHR We have many other new articles added to our stock this fall and we invite you to see us Prosperity is here Times are good and money is plentiful The fault is with you if you do not get bargains while you can TO ECLIPSE GROCERY HARDINSBURG KY BBBBBBBflnmto News WHITES ORE AM VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation capable from the promptitude of ita action of clearing the system in a few hours of every worm Price 25 eta For sale by A R Fisher HIGH COLLARS sm BBBBBBBV wtm BBBBBBBBBBBBf We aro leaders in CLOTHING Dont fail to look at our stock be- Â¬ fore buying Our prioes will PROUD OF IT a VSVVSV New atonic of TV 3 NERVOUS DISEASED WE AKfi MEN Fortunate indeed is she who possesses that physical virtue a swan like seek for the prettiest new collars and etecks are so tall and fussy that the short necked sisterhood can only look at them and sigh The Adelaide the latest stock ia higher than anything yet seen It has ita redeeming feature however in the little frill which finishes the lower edge Slightly low cut bodices of a summer ago which eould sot possibly pass this season are enabled to do duty by the addition of Adelaide Asteckofolaln silk covered with tulle or embroidered chiffon ia made atid finished with a frill also of the diapha Â¬ nous material or to secure an effective contrast plain goods is used The frill extends below the defective seek finish concealing it and at the same time look- Â¬ ing like an original feature of the bodies Dr avHsCMflii Syrtf fa Mm Boot Mulcts for tore throat TaijajtO oalniy or Every drop ef ft eeotMMlkali AI bottUpf thfe wo4rJttt m4y nW F a Aid In COUri Or - PfaHHi4lT N w WOOO surprise you People who make their pur aliases here We are endear onng to anow we largeat ae line UiO UUUUWJ HUB JM lli a Dry Goods U Just reoeixed A CaOl and look at VQm Leelttetare Capital folly paid 0100000 Avenue OMoaaOi Ml XaUUUhed la Ohleaaro orar twsatv veora Keg olarlx chartered under act of IWbo1 aiM6aictlasSfiadIii1ilite 0X7 LaSalM a a aa n WMaU NO CURE NO PAY THE NEW METHOD TRKATMKNT oriftnal with Dn K ic K Trill i- lively cura forever any Xorm or jsiood or Seiual diMue It it the tmuU o 80 experUnoa in the treatment of Seeri dieeuef WE CURE SYPHILIS of mankind yield readily to our NEW THKATMXNT Beware of Xeretfry Potaeb eta ThernerrolnTOirryiWei If you have toreiln the ciouth or tonga peine la the joint ebro throat balr or ejreorowi lauiDf outpimpieeer cioieoee stomach deraaremaBL eora erei head- aehee eta you have the eeeosdary Uto ol toll Blood Polios We solicit tie oioet abettnate eaot and oaallent e the world for as caie we aeeoDt for treatnaat 11 ami eannnt nitr our treatment the Thii terrible Tllrtod Potion the terror ctt - aHM vwv waif a Farm Jeuraal By special nlsera heal the hair growl Main palni ana Idtiapimar liibeekln beoomee ntaiuiy iioteible and aale CURES GUARANTEED WL hMfea A Id aOAMVB jS aaalU 1 a ai atAl man have their waor and Tttalkty tapped liy early aWes later loeenea uteolal worry ote no Burner me oauee oar N w Method Treatment U the refine WCURE4MP0TEMCY ad reetore all parti to a mimIwiI- Hon AuMUoa life aad aaeaaT at re man newed nail one Melt blmeeU amena men Kverr eaee U treated fadk ttdaall j no eqre eil keaoa oar wonder ful eaoeon No matte what all we eoaealt ua eoaMeaUally We earn nr nleh baak hooJt to saareatee to anew puan wae we anna A Â¬ 250000 I CURED IiMeel fAtf RBHAIRlNfl TH1 HEART A reaaarkabttt feat ef surgery wa late- Â¬ ly accomplished by Dr PageBateehar f Elberfeld to whom a youth was brought who had been wounded ia aoah a man Â¬ ner that the point of a knife had slightly perforated the heart and the boy was rapidly Weeding to death The color of the blood made the nature of ta wound clear eaoofit aad D gagoaotaoher do elded to a porUM of the rib over the boa aad ky Ihum that otgaa Ho thoa sowed up the email oat wttfa four Hay atttebea aad the BoaMrtMaa Mo- - fever oaoaod aooa oeaaod lb boarta hMvoaMat wtat oa JWMeatty aad the lad was aroaaaaaed eared la aaoat ber 1903 Nearly Five Years arrangement made with the pablisbera of tao Farm Journal we are enabled to offer that paper to every sab soribor who pays for the Bokbnridok Nkws obo year ahead for oalv 1 both papers for the arias of oars only oar paper om yoar sad the Farm Journal from aow to Dasember 199 aoarlyAvo yearn The Bana Journal is aa old established paaor oajoyiag groat po laritjr oaoOf tho boot aad most afofaj farm papers aablWbsd JSBT Tata oSBbr aboeild pra votww bei aiuiAjJ fw MPM wiiboat delay AbbbIbb VbbbbmbbV WOaar Proa New t Decem Â¬ The oldMt larg eei meet reliable and aaa eeaaral Medical InaUiote la Hie V 8 Private rooma for FaUenM with faeUlUea for any emergener X Kay Mleroeeoplcal and UrUoopleaa Ksawlaattoaa are laatle la aU oatee trheaevar UowMtto la eteahtfal Writ for free Book oa DoforaalUe and Braeec Olab feet Oarratare of the Spiae Broaehltle Oatarrh Oaaeer Tamora rilee ranuyau BpHeftay Kldoer Bladdar Bye Bar 8kla and Blood Dbwuii uul nil kul Sloal Operatloaa Beat taeUltlee apoaratae aad remedlee for the eaeeeeeTul traaMaast aad oare of aU OtMoare or Ohroato Dleeaeee Wo abaolatol ramRtea to care erary oaae of Nerroaa Debility aad dUeaeoa ro aUtag from ahaaea aad ladlaerottoaa of XoathaadXaahoodi 8oenamterrlKea8ea- aat woaaaoH alcat toaeee aad vital drala to arise Imaotaney Varteoeele Hydro aeleStrletar Phlaaoala ate eta Ohanraa Baaaoaabla X taearaMe aaeepted MeCO P or depoeU tehoBaea Valtara Maahaowa to a 10000 tesWaaoalal letter a flle from eared patWata BCaaraaradat tweaa Ooaeattattoa free aad ooaadoatUl pew finally or hf Uttar Write aa to day e paca jean oa an varoaieaad iraryMai ptaaaMMaadatotoc 1M aaeettoeu seat free Our Prices Are the Lowest oil All Goods Come Seel Our Stock See hm i i i i i i tt ancv Groceries Hardware i i l i tinware and Glassware I3ST IRVINGTON i i i KY i or jrpedalM in YOU HAVE our feta your ew NOTIONS aad Gents Furnishing Goods 1BIOHT AMD rANTBO aaVBRAI ae to wMMMflAM mM a a at talaaaJaMee by eoaaaaa Salary Sa a fare wmmA asptaaae StfalglM Voaariaa laaaafan PoaltJaa naraeeit Oar naW U h atah OM aay keak ih aay eaafe ccaaWad Baelaaa work at k s fttrPjodttot h4qurtr Hibtnrkvt ntioa paid -- Boots and Shoes Hat and Caps We cannot be undersold gvimmMmii SSE i rav jt w A J KIRST way tmm9mmmmmm99wM9 tret Tae woet cMMratty leaatad aad ealy elaea kotel la the oily aaUag a eeo rata am - - Comtabv niauJ Oept CWcago i Th DaMoaeli FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL XOTJISVIXXjm ICY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Wtons Leading Tailor HAIR SWITCH ooi 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i wttf NEED WHEN DOES TOUR SUB- SCR1FTIOM TO T1UE NEWH BXP1KET B9 M stafsofwaior Byordoroftbo OattaoU 14 PlIUbBaa to Oattaaro ro- Bx- - laths aA tavIV aaa Ita aaa anawaam CMMroa aaasl irZZ Un arawaaMt taVr O- u - -- Wars IW Attest V X Joan L ViiKPioataaat P Wiuon boorotery aa tlVwal sUeW rliissal Q T a lew aa T - WORMSl VERMIFUGE Bmw ta v aBtJBBOSh T skjS uit iW U4 aWoTiata aUjiatsM 04tl iVfajg Ftr 20 Yuri -- Mm aBBtawauajaBBw BBnHaaweBkBV aaaeaaao OBBF B i - U4 tU Vtrai f aaO0 jav aJB JAMMt if4 M aOr r VF T la aoM BBS a BH1 m BAiLLA0 St LmAmJ fat ask b A-- E tlm t vwn t pwgn 11 WilMrtiikm pwwTTj5 tij6iiHwvm ftt0i4 sl W f9mwPwmwmijqWmW Wi WiWr 1 lJiU 1WW7I 5 mrvmfn- - jh Sw VH1 WPflSpPjP Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News INDIAN BILL Henderson Route OCT 4 1699 HARDIN The Grave of the Fahiom The Empire Disq Drill Beat Diaq Drill mad Thin ia a superb machine and will giro perfect aatiafaciion where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never olof up with oom fttalka weeds and ernes or fool traah of any kind It does not make any difference how hard the ground ia or how thick the traah it will do exoellent and sucoeeaful work Theres just one right way to sow seed Just one way reasons enough to fill a book so weve filled one and will be pleased to send it free to those who are sufficiently in Â¬ terested to ask for it Address Thae Cera m Kteet Jaoe XAST HOUND Mo WOMEN FARMERS rA i Lncv powau Iadta It F MM 4K H K II la a mistake to suppose womiui la not adapted to tha naanaflsmen ol a farm la my raDRn of personal acqaaint aees are several diaablad farmers wboaa wires are taking charge and not only mooeeafally bat in moat oaaea better than the men had done Itia an econom ic faot that woman ia a better azeratlTe H a raw tnan man tttie la more per latent teat the aobjeet of inherited no Hone haa lew waatefol habits is not ad- Â¬ dicted to drink and tobaooo Ol more importance la tha sdJostaWHty of womaua temperament to new oooeioae tbe ia more inquisitive and fond of ex pertinent While ws need not advocate the chanted relation of the sexes we May eosgrajralate ourselves on the fact that womati te naturally a first rate hor Utmltariet and as good or better than man at a farmer A very superficial observer must have noted that experimentation ia now the rale rather than tha exception on our farms I do not know whether this is doe to Mm state and national experimen- Â¬ tal stations Probably these stations are the result of the general ohanne of pur- Â¬ pose on the farms At any rate nearly very land owner is yearly producing some plant novelty This ia adding im Â¬ mensely to the charm if farm life Women and the young are leading in this line The science now obtainable more and mora in our eeooudaty schools to thus at once made applied science I arm woman whose new SJP10 H 3 TaVawberry is famous throughout the United States and it has brought her a handsome sum for the stock of plants American Agriculturist Â¬ FIfhter to Be Looked After BxtmcU Prom a Speech flede try Col Alfred ANen at HanlliMfcwrg oh November 4 1M3 Mas IUcKXL B Lay 4 L afMHlarVRM thats accurate reliable and profitable all at the same time and thats the EMPIRE DRILL way There are -- WoHhlagtM OrimoV M 4at SUFFOCATION IN A SILO Sr 3 There baa just occurred in our State an accident in silo filling which all your leaders should know as it is liable to be repeated wherever conditions are favor rabk At the Marathon county asylum ttrtet Inmates who had been sent into JJbrflto spread and tramp thesiliige eaity ia the morning before the machin ery had started were quickly and fatally browned in the carbonic add gas The irtto had been filling during six days and the silage bad reached a level where in the morning it was six feet below an pan door During the still night the oaxbonio add gas had accumulated in the silo until its depth was above the mens heads when they enter the silo and as a consequence they were drowned In it I had never heard of such a case be Â¬ fore bat as it may readily be repeated when conditions are just right the fads and explanation of the accident should be widely known First whenever fresh green material is out into silo the respiration of the still living but mutila ted tissue rapidly evolves carbonic acid gas and it is this process of respiration which ia at once the source of the first heating of the silage and of the gas as well Second when the night is still so thai there is no suction in the silo and the open door is high above the silage Jbe gas may gather in the silo to a depth which may oaose suffocation if a person inters it before filling begins If the men who entered this silo bad been Strong and of sound mind they would probably have recognised the difficulty in time to have saved thsmsrlvea If the night bad been rainy the gas would not have accumulated to a dangerous ex tent If the cutter bad been started be fore the men entered the silo the falling silage would have stirred up the air and the accident would not baye occurred So too bad the silage been nearer the level of the open door the accident could not have happened It was the peculiar combination of cir cumstances which is responsible for the sad accident and while tbey are not likely to come together again very quickly still the faot that they may shoold be reoognlaed and children and lnoompetent persons ahould net be seat into a freshly filled or filling silo alter it bas been standing some hours If there is not an open door near the top of the silage through which the gas may es cape The gas is not in itself a poison but ia heavier than air and will collect in the silo below the doors and a person immersed in it will drown as quickly as if ouder water This danger disappears largely in a good silo soon after filling because as soon ss the tissue of the silage Â¬ Â¬ with that of another Matrimony it must be acknowledged is oharged with many responsibilities and if it often causes the heart to exult in joy it as frequently makes it throb with pain If destiny has restricted Senator Goebels sympathies and thwarted his address desires and consigned him perhaps un- Â¬ Over near yon hickory tree but exÂ¬ willingly to bachelorhood he may con- Â¬ actly where God alone knows is the sole himself with the thought that there neglected grave of Indian Bill Hardin are many positive advantages in being with the cattle grazing at will above alone and about it with no fence to protect It A great deal oan be urged against marfrom mishap or desecration no stone to riage at too early an age Still there artell the passing stranger that a hero lies rives a time in the life of everv indithere But a better day Ib coming and vidual when it would be wiser And again I trust speedily But we to marry than to remain single The have met to do honor to one who never number of baohelors who remain bo all knew a defeat and who could never be their lives is comparatively small I supsurprised by the vilest foe Years ago pose a small percentage of men die unwhen I was quite a young man I met married There are exceptions to every and visited an old man named William rule but the chances are that the man Luce in Mnblenburg county He was who marries will makes stronger and an old Indian fighter who bad lived in better fight all through life than he who every fort station and stookade in Ken Â¬ remains single The reason of this is tucky and followed into battle every not difficult to find leader of note who had made a oam A man will not put forth all his enpalguinto the Indian oonntry In his ergies who has not something outside of opinion Hardin was the safest leader of self to draw him on and incite him to them all to his followers and the most exert himself to the utmost He also dangerous to his enemies and such feels the lack of a home which tends to a thing as a surprise to him was impos- Â¬ round out life He may indeed have a sible place to eat and to sleep and all the Again he says Let this day a pe- Â¬ luxury that money can buy but we have tition to the county court be prepared long since learned that money will not and signed by every one present asking buy every thing It is beyond the it to appropriate twelve or fifteen hun- power of money to purchase a home and dred dollars to be expended in the erec-Â¬ the treasures of love This the unmar- Â¬ tion of a monument at some suitable ried man oan not obtain He may be place in honor of William- Hardin and courted for his money he may eat those who were with him in his fort as drink and revel he may sicken and die far as their names can be ascertained in a hotel with plenty of attendants and let there be one section or space about him but what are attendants wait- Â¬ left for this inscription In honor of ing like so many birds of prey compared those brave pioneeiB who fought for and with those whose hearts are knit to him have been forgotten by us in the first by the strong ties of family relationship hundred years after their service was Sometimes it takes months sometimes rendered weeks and frequently only a few days In appreciation of your words regard Â¬ are sufficient to prepare for matrimony ing my father and also for the interest for convenience or for the purpose of that was so near his heart I am very scouring a home and being settled in sincerely Mas Bdwabd F Goodson life Thousands enter into this most nee Mary E Allen sacred relationship with no suoh feeling Alpine Texas as will enable them to bear the burdens whioh it brings I think marriage Farm Journal for the balance of 1809 should be made a study Eyery one and all of 1900 1901 1908 and 1908 near- Â¬ both male and female should consider ly five years to every subscriber who it well will one year ia advance for the Goebel does well I will olose by BsoKBNRiDeB Nkws No better farm saying that the Dispatch and other cor paper than the Farm Journal This off-Â¬ poration papers are to Goebels characer is only made to a limited number ter as the woodpecker was to tne school the first who come forward house door Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ststhmmbfort Ky My Dear Km Lay It is with much Interest I read your proposed movement in the Bhbckwmdqk Kbws as It is one that should appeal to every Kentnckian in such a way as to speed the day when jGae Hardins resting place Is suitably marked It was Indeed the sincere de- Â¬ sire of my father Ool Alfred Allen to see this done as was expressed in an address made by him November Sd 1889 at the Breckenridge County Gen tennlal celebration The following are extracts from this MCQUADY PROGRAM J Midngly W - PATE - - KENTUCKY Plaoirtilaai a wtejiuil BJ Moon for CeanefeoB Sklllman Petri llaweerSle i Ted Chy J M District Association to meet at Gave wltlMMl d ftMd lAMwMh ittM na Spring Oet 21st 1809 at 10 oolook a m nu a J aatl f Mlln 4 Mt n imlnen tmi Ww Too fretcM depot aiulttl a and It oexactly a II at yoarMamf to House called to order by the President MX U yon equal rpmeatd orfatu that mall at STSee to tlOUOe tea metcrtTalae yon ewr h and of Association Introductory remarks far batter than orgatu adTtrtited Of otaan at tsore moaer pay by the Vice President WS How employ and interest the little 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE folks from the primary to tbn 3rd grade 4 DrtikMi Oath an eCrr waa never made Ixfere THK ACME QUEEN It one otttteawitptniDtlUDgnHI Miss Kale Glasscock irr ttaown TU9UlulmUOTraiil From tbe sm Semplo Steyhempert Herce Lodlbsrg Webeter AMIfl CtorerBert Hok V Irrisfrtoa Ekron Gotton BrtndenborB I onij Rruteh Willow Dale iirMoVlVnrrrile1ea itt Itock Haves ao Jesse Lamptou How gain the love and confidence your pupils Mlsa Oova Matthews How to teach division to beginners of In what ways may observation lessons be taught Mrs Ginda Woolseye Miss Lucy Noblet NOON Â¬ Â¬ citation Mlsa Sytha Noblet Wtiat importance do you attach to re Â¬ views When and how conducted T J Glasscock Miss V Bena Roberts How teach Elementary Arithmetic Oliftou Howard Ai essay Miw Maud Noblet How teBch Geography J O Tucker What importance do you give to the How introduce sup- Â¬ euhjpct of Read Inn plementary reading Miss Willie Moore How keep grade book and general in Â¬ structions by Supt Driekell U- - tliflr most successful branch Five minutes talk by each teacher on Adjournment President Andrew Driskkll Vice President J T Tucker r AaBBaBfarTaBai llluitratlon which K teengTaTed direct from a nbotoirraph7oaoan form aome Idea of ite beautiful anneai anee Made rVon mU nHri eak antique Anlsb bandionielr decorated and ornamented lattt 1M0V atria HI iCKI gciKS li t eel 6 Inchee high M Inebe long r Inenee wide and welgha MO poonda Oon- -- ii wMTn 1 --vp a totowet Dipa rrwciai DaMtaa Bala OImu Crtaia BM Caipler Traale OtU Ceaelrt Cll r tMtua rrt aa Tt 4 81a1 OrtkMtrel T ITMStll ISrulOrtaa 8wll iM tiUrr lie quir ta u 1 RI ef tl rare BU4 r 1 1 Uiraltt Brllllut Cetete Beee 1 81 ef 1 Rm IIRIMBMIewRaiMlklNaeueaBerek 1 KI ef It nulaa aBBBBBBBeKaSorVi raaaBBBnB ftniLolM niatlDtl Kih Til K ACME QUEEN ac- Â¬ tion conlit of the celebrated Kall KMawhTen are only Died In tbe hlgheat grade liuru menu fitted with Hita ret alto beet Volga relta leather etc bellow of the beet robber cloth S ply bellow took and flaeet leather In Talree THE ACME QlEKN It tarnished with Kilt Leveled plate Trench mirror nickel elated pedal framea and erery modern Improrement IT finite free a ue em erf a u1 aaa lee betlerf aa Uttraetlea keek eUUhed GUARANTEED 26 YEARS with every ichi tMUe a written blndlna ftVTear aruarantae h th lermi and condition of which If any part glret onl we repair It free erekame Try it one month and we win refund y oor money If you are not perfectly atltfled 600 of three ortrane will be told at Ml IL2llBBB9laBBMBV4BBBBBBBBBB OKIIKK AT OME AllVT HEIAV Nil EVHjiHBCBMaiBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBR OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED ron i not dealt with u aek your netohbor about ntwrlte the pobUther of tblt paperor Metropolitan National railroad or expreea i bnalneet block in pi rui 09 111100 A llTkJ aa hAlaaala hala iHf Jloward Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Ar Wetloiat 646 716 7S0aa Hta WK8T BOUND No Loultville Uaton Dep rvcniutKy street Willowdale Rock Itaren Braach Hkron Outton 41 sl IhI ai No 4JJNO SOB 4 ipir muu afflaWlliBBBBBBBBV Lv 737am eSOpm 8 36pm 8 Wefctloiat Howard 7M 89 837 9 06 921 9 Hrandenbarg 849 868 4 640 648 653 600 609 618 636 661 637 846 918 3l ttllt ebeter Lodiburg Pierce Sample Iryinftoa 914 648 iIIIPffiPIPir7 SbbbbbBT CHICAGO Addison Holt Cloverport Shopt SkBman Stephemport 9 48 1001 1004 1016 1030 103K 937 948 957 669 707 712 720 724 727 743 764 804 812 8 18 827 a 1002 1008 1014 1034 1031 1096 1046 1049 1069 944 961 967 799 SEARS ROEBUCK ex CO Inc Fulton DMpUlnet ind Wtjrean Stt for Cannelion Falcon Hawetvllle ILL Tell City J 1042 1049 10 54 1 llcfe 11 Â¬ - PROORAM The Teachers Association of tbeBew leyvllle magisterial district will meet at lryington Ky Oct 7th 1800 with the following program Language Lessons Mona Hunter Kentucky History J O Basham Primary Rading Clara Macy United States History Marcus Weath erford Physiolosy Hatlie L Hunter Numeration and Notation E idle L Scott LoDg Division Medora Caldwell Percentage and Interest Ervett Fry PrimaryGeography Herbert Haddock Deacritics Elmer Pate English Grammar E B English Civil Government Florence Cain Psychology John W Jarrett Jr Address iupt Driskell Each subject will be opened for discus- Â¬ sion by the Association after being in- Â¬ troduced by those programed for same The public and all interested in educa- Â¬ tion are cordially invited to attend The exercises will be interspersed with music Anhkkw Driskell S C S O B Pree E 0 Ckabbb Vice Free When you write mention thij paper Lewitport Wahman A 1104 11 19 Powers iforJRockport lad 1119 in 1136 1139 1158pm 1215am 1220 12 3S A BUOV TO MANKIND DR Owentboro Mattlngly Griffith - 842 BOH JliW 1140 1161 1166 916 921 906 TABLER S BUCKEYE O SpotUviilo Evajuville Stanley Worthlnirton Headt 7 Batkett Heodenon U69ro 926 1207pm 932 1229 12 46 St Iuit 115 Ar 716pm 964 1239 T266 1010 1040pm 126 730am m LwMHP im ju C oj C BBfrt rnKtMsMr mire Zr Mil F ui i iiiirariT trraii c3tCr laaaelDII T a c uh Tl M3TZJI t - nmr CURE Not 4J and 46 have Pullman Buflet Sleeping Can and elegant high back teat Pattenger Coaxhee through between Louisville Kvantvllle and St Louis without change Not 41 and 44 have elegant high btck teat Paea engerCoachea and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville KvaatyQle and St Louis without change Nos4 and 43 have Parlor Cart and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Kvantvllle with- Â¬ out change EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisville Ky k New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and L II EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS BALLARD f St L h FordsviIe Braich 10 TIME SoI Prosrtelor - TAKE Ns - 310 North Main Strwf ST LOUIS MO For sale by A R Iisher Cloverport Ky IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE West Bound Tralnt 18 1890 ry Katt Bound Train No2ttNo Ar 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 AM PROQRAn Breckenridge County Teachers ciation at Haraed Ky Mnsc AssoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ A GOEBEL DEFENDER The Weed a Louisville weekly journal fires the following shots at Senator How ia the world does Sen- Â¬ Goebel ator Goebel expert to be Governor of Kentucky after announcing the fact that he neither ehews smokes or drinks Let me say that that son of a gun was loaded with the wrong kind of shot to inflict a wound that would prove fatal Goebel is a man of stupendous loftiness of mind A man above all influence of And to add Intemperate indulgence to all of this continued the Weed he lives in a State where pretty girls are as thick as flies in August this roan who is asking to be honored with the Gov Â¬ ernorship of the State and has given oar airls the cold fcenrt and remains a bachelor From the actions and conversations of some people yon would suppose that marriage ia the chief end of life Ad Â¬ mitting that it ia Indeed that state of life most becoming the dignity and happi Â¬ ness of man yet it is not true that single life doe not present fields of usefulness and honor Above all things it is true material dies carbonic acid gas is no wisdom to remain single all your days looser gven off Prof F H King in unless you are satisfied that it is for your American Agriculturist greatest happiness to unite your destiny V AflgKKiHgyr VHiKrCrBMBmneeeeeeeeeeeH Welcome address O M Payne Rosponsp Miss Lzsie Coomes Primary Physiology R L Hook Dirt on the character if unjustly Literature in common schools Prof thrown like dirt on the clothes should D S Roberts be let alone until it dries and then it Musle will rub qff easily 81ander like other Things that might have been 0 D poisons when administered in very Payne Mrs I B Payne Recitation heavy doses is often thrown off by the Hlltts compulsory school law Milton Intended victim and thus relieves where Coke it was meant to kill He who is never Music ReoUtion Miss Frances Coomes a subject for slander is generally of too Advanced Reading Miss Mary Ken Â¬ little moment to be worthy of it Re- Â¬ nedy Sidney Owen Mies Lelia Kinehs member that it is always the best fruits loe that the birds pick at that wasps light Bieav Nellie Miller Local taxation support of public on the finest flowers and that slanderers IB are like flies that overlook all a mans schools of Warnie Macyschools Payne to begin year for all Time good parts in order to light upon his Association sores Closing remarks Superintendent That man who attempts to bring down TO AVOID TAN and depreciate those who are above bim does net thereby elevate himself He rather sinks himself whletbose whom On the principle that prevention is he toadaees are benefited rather than better than cure tan may beet be avoid- Â¬ injured by the slander of one so base ed by wearing a veil The young woman as be J D Jouy who adheres religiously to a veil through OUftea Mlllf Ky storm and sunshine will not find the natural whiteness of her skin seriously Hew to Preveat Breep impaired There are times however We have two obildrea who are enbleot when one finds it diverting to know how to attacks of croup Whenever an atÂ¬ fresh air feels and on such occasions one tack is coming on my wile gives them accumulates the deadly trio of tan sun Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it al Â¬ burn and freckles that cause maayaa The lemon remedies ways prevents the attack It k a house Â¬ anxious hour hold necessity ia this county and no often given in this column are steady matter what else we ran out of it would and eieetual destroyers of tan and sua not do to be without Chamberlains burn while a liberal application of but Â¬ Couth Remedy More of it is toW here termilk and salt will hasten the depart ure of freckles quicker than anything than all other oongh medicines eon bitted J M Hickuc of Nlekle Bros else If possible bathe the faee in rain merchants Kiekleville Fa For Sale by water once a day and rub with a rough R X Shell- - towel a this gives a bright healthy A R Ftober Oloyerport glow to the complexion Â¬ Ie packed and be peeked tfll hli bill wai tare But alia through tb door be felled to bore SayS 2 ALL WHO PAY FOR THE X No AM 11 11 31 No 5t PM 6 46 7 08 7 19 7 28 7 28 7 36 7 46 7 62 8 04 8 08 8 26 8 46 8 50 8 86 9 00 9 08 9 16 STATIONS 10 60 13 24 Lv Irviacton Garfield Junction Junction 1128 11 38 11 40 11 SO 11 57 Harned Kirk Jolly 00 35 24 Hardintburg Gleadeane Dempster 20 15 12 12 12 12 12 1 1 1 1 rt 09 14 30 60 66 00 05 13 20 DrmpHer Palla of Hough Kockvale Ruth Atkina Oakt Fordsville 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 ru Ar Lv 6 am 10 01 64 42 30 15 57 68 48 44 36 30 PM 45 20 09 05 00 65 4 46 4 89 4 27 4 15 4 00 3 42 S 38 3 33 S 29 8 21 S 15 5 6 6 6 5 4 m Daily Tralnt 41 4i n and i connect ot Irviaetoo with t for points on Fordsville branch Trains j 3 4 and 5 ran daily Train Not a ana 4 eensect at lrvlngton with Mala Line trains 41 4t 4 and 44 Trains Not x and FARM Ml -- skW Shorthand Fall courses Penmanship Etc taught SU oash or you can pay ONE YEAR AHEAD Books and blanks ran The pmcipal ol this tchoa It the author of the uading svttem ot bookkeeping which it uaed ia thousand of public and private schools Including the public schools ol New York The lkadinq ayttem of aad other large cities Shorthand ia taught Studenta from every State You cae graduate in your ifahk timi be it ever aa 1 little 8fa4aaf r4tlM Spiciai tATSt TO THOSK WHO BIMD FOB CAAUXUES AT OMCB 100 OR 200 PER MONTH U14 SCHWARTZ SCHOOL 333 u Wee JeHerttm St UmiUvI1h - Ky WILL RECEIVE THE 1 t LYONS TRADC MARK BRECKENRIDGE - NEWS 9 1001 wKKMSSVSa m -- y agagHBHgLVnBgB King nseU ftwg a Um new King eat the false Kb m tee tra We bring to vou tha patsy forests of Norway ot DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey science to a Natures most natural remedy Pjctumnt Parnmimat Cure fur coughs colds and all Infiai i Pathac Rym anal Oea Butler When General Batter was la oom maud at New Orleans during the war he waa informed that Father Bran priest and poet had said he would even refuse to hold meeral serrloes for a dead Yankee General Batter seat forblu ia haste and began rouadly aooldlag bim tor expressing snob unchristiaa and General the rebellions sentiments wily priest anawerei yon have been It Kits the Inst Whan seJfoinc froat a severe cold and your tbnat and lungs feel sore take a JtaaeyaiidTwr doaeofraUrt will be at ggagejp tv great MliavadJ fal feeling and healing of the parte af Â¬ fected wiH be experienced and yoa will sey It feels so good It hUs the spot ojgsjejg sjastsy NEARLY FIVE YEARS LAXATI 9 2 RwMfader ol 1800 aad all of 1900 and 1003 1002 2 SYRU NATURES CURE FOR It it guaranteed port S A R Fiaber A Witt Hardiaeburg Otover of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore wevy cough wora Lunga atei rated themlcroU bearingasucueiaaslooti be ciueaof that tickling is ranweaawlttwInffciaMd membranes am healed and soothed ao Hurt there u Inclination to cough OLD SV AU COO OMMMIttTw KiMt4M I would be pleased to misinformed oondoot funeral services for all the LAST rORtVK Yankee omaaia sad men In New OrÂ¬ pais VAMUincgn leans The Lost Cause MUX tOK OOSOOMnOV BBAM AJ PERFECT 8CALE8 nBeV OHKArtfJT AND CONSTIPATION x This offer it by ipecinl arrangement 9 js Jr Cmy SiM BE SURK YOU QKT Kaaf004lM Br Sills Ptl TMteMf For all fresb cuts or wounds in either the human sabject or la animals as a drasaiac BALLARDS SNOW LINI MgKT ia excelleat while for eons on wofklnw horses eayecUlly if slow to heal iremppwtln ito healing ooatiUee are AR unaquaied Price 39 and 00 8 Fiaber Dmagirist JONES tr IT INaHAMTON eHwawanajMi 6 with the Farm Journal mid is for o w v- - I A SHORT TIME ONLY Si wll M A DELIGHTrUL LIQUID LAXAIIVC from wall known lazatl ve pHnclpie ofmill fir tha risrei or oaniittMtJoli Tore Id Liver Swck BaV see see Wl Osraaaad condltluaa 01 tac llwT aad bowel O11 aitutmt artMaatlc Savor and l k oMoei dragsTt U an Meal remedy biswrf M MWifailreo roe jAiK 11 fr ny WiJKN DOES YOUR BUB 8CAIP flON TO THE NEWS v KXPISEt n SHORT k UAYMiS OLOVICRItlKT K jtfLsm Jk J V HVSaVaaffaKtBallBTMaffaaBrBffaffaaffaaaVJBffaffaaaVaffaan jlllSaWaaaHBTHIISHlBwBBBUaBWaaalawHBBHBVaBlBVaaBBHBVaa wcwamms KZPBEfHE -- IN BUYING CLOTHING PRICE SHOULD BE A SECONDARY CONSIDERATION Poorly made Clothing la not oheap at any prion only- We aim to aell the very beet made Clothing at Popular Prioes We take the greatest oare to see that our Clothe fit perfectly and that there is nothing lacking satis Â¬ faction Dont you think it is a far belter and safer investment to spend your money to give you absolute in a store like ours de- Â¬ where you know you oan pend upon what we toll you Wo have control of the famous Vitals Brand Clothing which is made by tho largest and host Clothing manufac- Â¬ turers in tho world You Cannot Afford to Buy Elsewhere Before Looking at Our Fall and Winter line of Clothing alimony Mr Mltenam was hen yesterday to make a defense Mrs Jab Hardin and her daughter Miss Clara wars here one day last week and spent the day with Mr Tom Births When a man ootaes to this town on the hnnt of a lawyer It doesnt seam any trouble to And one There are sixteen or a dosen standin round dodn nothing Misses LUla Scott Maggie Ahl Lena HaawhiT and Messrs Shaman Ball and Chapman Moorman attended lbs Baa Hat Association last week at Stephens port Dr Potter and OoL Clever two dim ttagalebcd colored gentlemen from LouieWll spake bar in the eourt nouce last Satarday for Taylor aad the Repub liana tieaet Ilia W F M 8 will meet Friday af ternoon at t oelock with Mrs lllliu Msador near town It is deetred that the members who have conveyances will aee them and assist others in getting to the meeting Mrs Mat Payne who resides about four miles fr6m town has typhoid fever Mrs Payne was formerly Miss Maggie Goodman and her numerous friends will be glad to hear of her speedy recovery She has been si ok nearly three weeks Mr A X Kinoheloes brother was here last week from Joplin Missouri visiting him and his other relatives Mr Kinoheloe is a praoliolng physician a Joplin and is quite well to do He has made monoy out of some large real estate investments Mrs Green Weet is quite ill with an aoute attaok of pneumonia She has been ill for some time and her recovery is doubtful Mr3 West is the daughter of Mr Jubal Hook She has a family of small children and it is on account of these that her friends hope that her life mpy be spared to them A little new corn has been sold at the mill at 20 cents This is very low for corn and the farmer hates to sell at that price but there is so much corn in the country that it is bound to go cheap It is just like the grocery business Everybody in this town keeps em and up at the Eclipse they will givo you seventeen pounds of good sugar for 1 and give you a chromo to carry it away P M Beard has purchased the old Alf Allen property down near the Catholic church from Dolph Jones The price paid was 1200 The place contains twenty two acre of ground and it can be made quite yaluablo by some additional im- Â¬ provements which Mr Beard expects to make in a short time Mrs Miller who occupied the house has purchased a small house and lot on the west side of town There was unusual excitement on the street yesterday evening when the alarm of fire was raised in the south end oi town The bucket brigade turned out in a hurry The fire was at the reeldence of Mr T 0 Lewis and broke out over the kitchen Jones Mercer and Sam Pate were the first on the ground and with a few buckets of water skillfully applied the Are was soon put out Mr Lewis is just recovering from a severe attack of the flux and the scare was quite a shock to him He was quite for- Â¬ tunate in not losing his residence Â¬ i - rpfjpro A my prVtty cvstom obtains among cerÂ¬ tain elaaMS by which the newly married pair atarta a aariny bank for the chiM yet to be Rvery day a penny or a dime a Um case may be ia dropped into the bank vo aweu uw raira and tkia practice ia kept np until tha AftA iV Yiimii mi 1 urn ssd I- - toaave for itself The parental cniM m oia aaoen Axel XJer of Oontoarllle Case Oirar ilmu Co Mo writes When I Io at my little hoy I feel It my duty to write to you PerÂ¬ haps some one will see my testimony and be led to use your Favorite Prescription and be blessed iu the same way This is ay flnh child and the only one who came to maturity i the others having died from lack of nourishment so the doctor said I was not sickly ia any way and this time I Jutt thought I would try your Prescription I took nine bottles and to my surprise it carried me through and gave us as fine a little boy as ever was Weighed ten and one half pounds lie is now five months old has never been sick a day and is so strong that everybody who sees him wonders at him He is so playful and holds himself up so well X would like to see this in print for so many have asked me Do you think these are the testimonials of the people or has Dr Pierce just made them up and printed them f Mrs child The irrita ble and fearful mother cannot hare a happy and cheerful child In mind and body the child will reflect the mothers condition The beat preparation for motherhood is made by the uee ot Dr Piereaa favorite Prescription Ita perfect control orer the aenaitiTe feminine organism five it a It ban natural influence over the mind iahea anxiety and fear It does away with the misery of morning1 sickness It gives Titality and elasticity to the organs pecu Â¬ liarly feminine ana makes the trial of motherhood easy and brief It makes healthy mothers capable of nursing and nourishing the babes they bring into the world Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant Accept no substitute nenrona mothcrwUt have a nerrotu the right theory bat how rarely they carry H to ita broad tat application Rrery mother Is perforce layina np for her chfld what money cannot ht flnencc happlnsta or misery The haw neee Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure bilioua LEWISPORT The Fair CLOVERPORTS LEADING ONE PRICE HOUSE Miss Maggie Adams has returned home from Evansville Mrs J Patterson of Henderson is visiting relatives here J W Long and Ohas Lewis of Owensboro spent Sunday here Mit b Monnie Hancock of Grandview Ind is visiting friendsand relatlvos here Mr Matt Combe of Cannelton and Mr Altofr of Tell City were in the city last week Mrs H 8 Patterssu returned from Owensboro Saturday after a visit of a few days A killing black frost visited this sec tion Friday night Some ice was seen by the early risers Mr Redmond G Roberts aud Mrs Tom B Pell are yery critically ill and their death seems but a question of a short time Mr Roberts is one of Lew isports oldest citizens and Mrs Pell Is a Both have most lovable young woman a host of friends who earnestly hope for their ultimate recovery Hon John Marahsll Republican can- Â¬ ad- Â¬ didate for Lieutenant Governor dressed an audience ot about 300 at the Opera bouse last Wednesday night Mr Marshall is one of the most earnest and foicible speakers eyer heard in Lewis port Making no attempt at oratory his BQunoVeasoning and unanswerable logic carried conviction to tvery heart not swayed by brejudice His dissection ofthe showing plainly Diazinees loss oi appetite flatulency Goebel election law the baneful effect that must inevitably and nausea are all connected with Â¬ pepsiaor indigestion HEROINE will result from its enforcement made quietly and with no attempt to inflame the giye you prompt relief Price 50 cts passions was particularly effective There A It Fisher Druggist oan be no doubt that much good will result from Mr Marshalls masterly ef JOLLY STATION fort Â¬ ds Miss Pearl Ball is attending school in Hardinsburg A cherry tree in W L Franks yard is in full bloom News Mr G Ball is building a dwelling house for J B Bates WEDNESDAY OCT 4 18S9 Mr and Mrs Horace Bland and little Ernest are in Louisville this week HARDINSBURG Mrs Adams and daughter Miss Har- Â¬ riet of Lewisport are visiting Mrs Fiscal court this week Jolly There is a large crop of cane in this Beautiful fall weather section and an extra fine quality of mo Â¬ Owensboro fair tbia week lasses is being made Oirouit Court next Monday The Nkwh is a great paper It is quite The grand jury sits uext Monday refreshing to read a paper now that Big Republican speaking next Mon- Â¬ doeent blow for somebody day The Pleasant View Literary Society A X Kinoheloe went to Louisville meets every Saturday night There is yesterday quite an interesting program for the next Frank Haawell was up from Clover meeting port last Sunday Mr Burton please do not inflict that Taylor Babbage spent a few days last book How to grow Babies on us Give week at Hartford Ky us something more about your trip Bast Mr and Mrs James Harris spent last or How to run the Sheriffs office suc- Â¬ Sunday at Jollys Station cessfully or just anything that you Jake Smith has been laid up a oouple know something about of weeks with a sore arm Mr J D Wilson of Olovsrport spoke here SeptSO but it is a mistake about the If ycu dont read the Bkbokhhkimk speaking having been disturbed The beet News Bud you ought to of order prevailed and the closest atten- Â¬ This town has got the business feyer tion was paid to Mr Wilsons speech now and dont you forget it There was not the slightest disturbance PelUt and Wheeler are billed to speak whatever Mr Wilson spoke of the for the Democrats next Monday prosperity of the times and I believe Elvin French of Union Star has filed that every farmer business and working a voluntary petition in bankruptcy men everywhere will agree that the Charley Bolder came up from Glover- - country is more prosperous than for years notwithstanding the claims made yeaterday to run the rook crusher y the few loafers and calamity howlers inetaees in this town is good now in tMt was never better Our merchants that fall to find prosperity tn anything frail busy win 1W SEND OS Beard and wife left yesterday ft mv SSS Am- Glasgow to attend the Methodist tOK Tt bf frNffct JO I utijort to exuilnaUua jumuiuu a foul Conference Tuw rn Wm Ileneley and Thomas Withers load nrfct- If MtMaotory went to Qlendeaae last Saturday to the 7 mm HAU you baseball same sar mw Mr and Mm Ounniaghaat attended or bsnl -HiHfSSftSfaMMl church at Oakland teat Sunday and ftfiftr dined with Miss Mary Luteur Breckenridge Notwithstanding the predictions ofthe ever present and irrepreseible croaker there is no doubt that Lewisport is on the eve of a substantial boom Besides the large warehouse now betag erected by Mr J B Taylor and several nice residences which are soon to go up the chair factory idea which has hung fire for several weeks has now developed into a certainty The large tobacco ware house on East Market street has been purchased from Mrs Sallie Parker and the work of putting in the machin- Â¬ ery and otherwise fitting it for the purpose for which it is intended will be be- Â¬ gun as soon as possible The stock-ho- l ders with two exceptions are Le wisport citizens and capital will not be lacking to make it a go Another prospective enterprise is a distillery which will like- Â¬ ly be located just belowtown The ex- Â¬ cellent shipping facilities and superior natural advantages of Lewisport must commend themselyes to manufacturers seeking a location and with proper en oouragement from our citizens others might be induced to come here What has become of our B M A No wis the time far it to wakeiWrom its lethargy and put into execution the purpose for which the organization was eonesived This is a Ia local option a failure question that must at times present it Â¬ self to the mind of every thinking ettizen of Lewisport Certainly it was sever more forcibly presented to my mind than last Saturday night when a dessn or more drunken howling ruffians made the night hideous unless it was on the following Sunday morning when troupe of young hopefuls were busily engaged in gathering up empty bottles from the alleys and carrying them in arm loads to the drag store where they were glad Â¬ dened by receiving a penny apises for them I have always bean unalterably opposed to liquor and believe that the evil infloasos it exarts cannot be exag gerated bat in my humble opinion it Is questiooablu whether tha present con Â¬ dition of affairs ia preferable to the open saloon Every day liquor nomas hers from Owensboro in jogs bottles and in avsry other raosptaols ia which tha 11 quid la usually transporUd and every day money goes out of tha town to re ptsnlsb tha eofftrs of tha Owensboro liquor dealers- - Wee saloons In opera tion here this laoaav would be kept in the town the town would derive a rev enu whloh would lightin the burden or taxation aad it ia doubtful it there would bs mora drunkenness than now I would not bo understood however as bains B advocate of saloons I apprs- Â¬ Â¬ moral Inflasnea aad if thsrs could bs any way of abolishing them and tha en Â¬ Possums are rips tire wbiakey trafflo I wonld give It my Newlassee in abundanor hearty support but as such a way bag Things aro beginning to look kinder not yst presented Itself I am inclined to believ that tb benefits In a flnaaoial suspicious way to ha derived from the obnoxious Mica Lsaia Hall ia visiting relatives at saloon would oouatar balaasa tha at of Maldraoah the present stats of affairs at regards tha If there to nothing ialr In politics I whisky question would not star la It It ia a long sourtahio that never ends Tko Apposite Of a float How about twslto yaarsT Is envied by all poor dyapsptios wboaa T era aro asvorai oases of typhoid Stomaeb and Liver aro out of order All fsvr iu this community aoeh should know that Dr Kings Now Mrs Laura Kartz ia vialtiag bar daugh- Â¬ Ltfa Pills tho woadsrful Stomach aad Liver Remedy gtoas a splendid appetites ter Mrs Urutobsr of Garrett sound digestion aud a regular bodily Wheat sowing ia ptoai earing nloely habit that Inmres perfsot health and though the acreage town will not be great etmgy Only 26c at Short A Uay bug nssdmg store It Is not right for a preacher to take part la polities well anlsse he is for McQUADY my man J W Pate went to Hardinsburg Tues Â¬ Jf any body says your man or your party is corrupt just ary oat L k N day That covers all defeats Barney DeJeaeUe is very 111 with ty- Â¬ Tha garb oi politics hides mora faults phoid fever than a stone wall tea feet thiek Love Wm Marlow is very ill at the home of will not begin to compare with it his son Thoe Marlow Tony McCoy is convalescing from an Miss Pearl Ball aad Henry Wright are attaok of typhoid fever aad his brother attending eshool at Hardinsburg Joe ia quite sick of the same disease Miss Ziwla Niohols has been quite ill There are candidates to be voted for at for a few days but is now oonvaleseut the next election who if they thought Mrs Inez Adams and daughter Miss men would vote as they pray would fly Harriet are visiting Mrs Josephine Jol- Â¬ the traok inside of twenty four hours ly Our genial whole souled sheriff writes Henry Burden has rsturned irom a interestingly and entertainingly of his visit with friends and relative in Graytrip East and his humor whloh is of the son county Bill Nye order is original and of a high Mr and Mrs D J McOlure of Rook Krade Haven are visiting relatives at this Two of our brightest and most inter Â¬ place and Glendeane esting girls are off at school MiseNorria Mrs Amantha Dewolf has lately arriv- Â¬ XurU returned to Id wee Valley and ed from OdllesOrsgon to spend the win Mies Nannie Lyddaa ia attending school ter with her father T P MoOluxe in Louisville Misses Lizzie and Franres Coomesour Did you ever know presbyteries as- Â¬ charming eohoolmarms spent Saturday sociations and conferences to pass reso- Â¬ and Sunday with their parents at Kirk lutions against a candidate for a publio Messrs Lonnie and Emmett McOlure office in Kentucky before this year will accompany their brother to his What does it all mean Is there any home in Meade county where they have thing in it obtained employment Mrs T G Jordan went to Guston The Pleasant View Literary Society some weeks ago to nurse her daughter meets at our school house on Saturday Mrs Will Board through an attaok of nights It is well attended and gives a typhoid fever aud returned here last most interesting entertainment at each week and was taken down with the same meeting disease before reaching her home She Claud Wilson has gone to Louisville to ie at Mack Paynes enter school and finish his oourse of The preachers and uhuroh members of book keeping Claud left a host of this country Bhould rule in our political friends here and all will be glad to wel- Â¬ parties instead of the disreputable scoun- come him when he oomis back to our drejs who now rule things with a high midst hand many of whom should not be al- Â¬ In last weeks Nnws the Kirk corres- Â¬ lowed to vote and a large proportion of pondent accuses some of our people of whom should be in the penitentiary making a disturbance during the speech JuBt alter this election you will hear of the Hon J D Wilson at this place ohurch members say I voted for aoertain I am sure Kirk has been misinformed man or men but he or they were bitter for I was one of the audience on that ocpllLj but I will never do such a thing casion and can testify that Mr Wilsons again Nowyou and I have heard these talk was received with the most respect- Â¬ same exemplary Christians make the ful attention It may be that Kirk has same remarks before and we know they referance to what transpired after the will vote for the very next disgraceful speaking was over and if so I oan per- scoundrel their party puts up But these haps explain the oircumstanoes so that cattle dont go down our ceophagus any he will be ready to acknowledge that he more even though they wear the party has spoken a little hastily The Hon collar Hear us J U Wilson is a man of great ability in- Â¬ Never Say Die telligence and well informed and when at the close of bis interesting discourse Many desperate cases of kidney disÂ¬ he was followed by an ignorant upstart eases pronounced incurable have been with a tiresomebarangiie about Goebels cured by Foleys Kidney cure Many good deeds and other senseless twaddle physicians use it A R Fisher Clover the audience grew impatient and I for port E A Witt HardlnsDurg one considered it an insult to Mr Wil Â¬ son and believe his friends did right to BEWLEYVILLE Suppose a good show their disapproval Democratic speaker should fill an ap- Â¬ Farming is on the up grade pointment deliver an interesting speech Weather oool frosty and dry and be followed by an illiterate Republi- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Paul went off to Guston can far below him in intelligence andin formation how would you like it Sunday When next a Republican speaks at this Charles D Hardaway is building a fine place and our Democratic friends wanta new house division of time let them put up a man jfcLet us all sow wheat and mix in a lit- Â¬ of equal ability and we guarantee him a tle fertilizer respectful hearing We like to hear Dont forget the way to beat Goebel is both sides oi any question when argued yote for Taylor by men of equal intelligence and informa- Â¬ to Rule Cox is home from tha eity visit Â¬ tion I hope this explanation will be satisfactory to Klrkt and that he will ing his home folks Mary Nevltt was the guest of Hurlbut spread no more such reports which might give people who are unaoquaiated Cain Saturday and Sunday with us a bad opinion of this plaee We Mao Peyton Falls of Rough was are peaceable law abiding oitisene here to sea bis grandparents Sunday although some of us are going to vote Quite as effort is being mads to make for Goebel a eireult of Webster Itvisglon aadBew- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sJafethatrtttviltlk7sstil an Im Â¬ WEBBTtR Groceries siAauTflr 1 e Hardware f Our Stock of the AboYe Articles Must Go y Lamp and Lamp Goods At unheard of LOW PRIOHW W have the only beautiful Hanging Lamp for the Library and Parlor One Lamp One Lamp One Lamp - 198 - 827 887 COME AND SEE THEM WE OFFER THIS MORNING Patent Flour Snow Flake Flour Vissmanns Best Meat And hundreds of other articles - en ov - 4o v iwiAia V 45 Cents 7tf Cents Standard Oil Cos Best Oil gal 10 Cents at wholesale prices J We buy all kinds of Country Produce Butter Bggs Etc VEST 1yyyvMWVywWWVWWWWWWMWWWiMWAMMWWMWW WANTED 300000 Ft Oak Poplar Lumber LUMBER TERMS ADDRESS SPOT CASH GARY WVWWVVWWVWW leyvllle And sueh a worthy objsot de Â¬ serves such support as will insure suo oees MARBLE owmNmmoRO ky VyWVWVWWWMMVVVAV Bay Keith has leittown to try farming He Is all O K Mrs Darling of Carrolton continues to visit Mrs Ohas Drury Bggs worth 16 ots In our town last week Hope thev will continue that or more Mrs Shelly of Parkland will speed sometime with her sister Mrs A1odo LADIES rrV DO YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY US Promnflv Beaches of GOES n At JnaHr DOt BOW - TO THE BOTTOM tin Stat and at fn avan taaf H demonstrates its superiority over other viruwi ill Blood DIsiisis h-t- lt- Guns thi Worst Casts mama ONyOLLARU r lmUa so ttZJ toourosuoh raaldaaatadblocddlsossogaa 8 8 SVouias nd nooaai offar inch inoontrovortiblo ovidonoaof merit 8 8 8 ia not merely tonla tt tea enrol It goes down to the very seat of all blood dlaeases and Mteattke routs toSX other remedies dry up the poison the poison from tne system It does not like and hide it from vie w temporarily to break forth again more wTB psynnNy roaonss ana oarea any disease whora tha blood ia in ami j waw involved tan Avaryono who has had VmC gnWsBanj Tl9na lt a Ti as At nlAAfl Mlaaaaaji I it s rtmLf J iTTr ui IWisuriittaWtt asisjHitjB OOa 04r of traea teMd MMT W Lm Uflntninutra Ala taint and ri the system of It forever than ever 8 8 foroaa cttemkKr Prof Roberts and Milts Oaks attend Â¬ ed the Teachers AjooiailOM last Sainr- day at Hardins school boas UM 1 frMtn TbeHardineborg MEcburcb soutbbM paid her pastors salary in fall this year and they hops to have bin returned Beker tiros of the Grsen Flag store have decided not to leavs Hardinebarg They are putting in another full stock Mrs V Is ata Mo I own Is fnia M tkanas This toa IssUHi faad from bsst i Iroa mmmvT J4 I van Mil tss jr MMUM4 eaa ooar bmmmhbb ioti W SwTwt iwir unit aa m Ihm oriMnl mt feral net smMm WS WHS A HMIIIUMnll Witt NMnMlvW unkimilmli bi m my babe with blood nleers front head to foot and in my great extremity I prayed to die Several prominent physicians created ma but all to no purpose The memory and potash whleh they mm me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame whieh was oetouringme I was advised by Menda who had seen wcodarful ewes made by it to try Swiff Specific I Im proved from the start aa thamadlclna gaamid to go direct to the oause of the trouble and focoe tl poteon out Twenty wwssiaw tmtea me ootnpiaieiy Dwuti rrgwnw ffi1101 P000 taint I was y covered with some nod lu -- u a whotafeeted Si Bennett Aunt Suoky Muokereo who fell aad Do you want nn axtiole that broke a thigh bone recently is getting on very well you oaanotgetin your own town Mr aad Mrs T P Hardaway reeeatly visited Mrs Frank Peyton aad Mrs Dave but ia handled by a big ooMfflt lni Moomimb LouiaviUa Ii so drop a Utter Miss Alberta Drary left Sunday eves ing for Brandenburg where she wlU atÂ¬ stating your needs to tend sehool Mrs Annie Beaelsy aad daahter Mfea MISS ADDIE G Lueille have returned to their hoaae la Florida They were viertlag ia Keataoky Purchasing Agent about three months 1919 Brook StfMt Miss Hattle McCoy reoeived a pres sept of a nloe Bible irom her former Baa LoklsviHi Ky a day Sehool teacher Will H CMaw day a reward for perfect liigoan We should oftetter expfesa the love She will gladly furnish you and ay nnatby we feel for those about us loving kindly wordmd meaner will A with all information and aaeiet you y relief to the to brl do much hardened mlad It la wall to make nee ia buying of our brains ia email aervioea and ac quire a habit of doing kindness WHEN DOES YOUR BOl Bro Walton who has Been pastor on the Bi Spring droHlt for the past four I 8CEIPTION TO THE NEW years preached his last sermon bete Son I EXPIRE day We nope ha will hate fully aa good a time whara ever he goes aa he ty Medical society at Brandenburg last has had with as and always be iafthfol Thursday and true to he people he serves H Mayers is the place you want to do John Hsewsli oame to oar town Satur day and spoke tothe male members of your trsding Mr Ben Clarkeonwent to Oweneboro our vicinity to show them the ceases for supporting him for the Legislators Friday and returned Sunday Mr Haawell la aa excellent young man Tbia fall vou are shown the prettient and hia politioa are of a very superior goods in millinery at H Meyers e der Ia the name of all that a reasonable Mim Kate Gain of Rhlneyville was let as support him and thereby honor thegoeetof Miss Mollis Pcnkk wit him and do oureelvco a good eervlo week Gouunt Bod Mies Jea Hardin of Brandenburg vie lead Mr aud Mrs J W Uwdln last Â¬ Â¬ fi laeBBBiUnlmYiBP fnggggKinnnnnWoHB jHMsnnnV aWannnYntsaKBt BbBHI vHflswnYnw gBHIS 5HbB vLnnWwik BllBfntt wBm fcSIQ 8PRINQ tr ruaa at Mk M mlM M EARS ROMUOK A OOtMlOMMML 0MMa SMVttM Da aja IjMBMjUkT NMIMMMaj Ma too wrikt m t ImM itM kAtinm Mitcham of itoeetia baa sued MmIms IbU fpw that ia guaranteed purely vegetable and oontalns no tnereurv poUsh arsenic or any other mineral or chemical it never fail to Cancer loaerna Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison Jo Tetter U Ovbunol ekme eta b the 8 8 8 FOR THE BLOOD only remedy Clothing ell the latest styles at H Meyera Bra Walton ia attending oootetenee at Qlaaww Q A Meedor was in LatUsville last week on business John Msador attended James Meroeri ale at lou Grove last Wednesday Dr Hirother attended the Meade noun VdsMltooJuHledfreebjoVifgpeel week Mim Aliie Beed of Brandenbnrg was the guest of Mim Ora Walton several days last week Mies Scdie Hotbert who was the charming visitor of Mim Zwims Strotbtf last weak has returned to her hoaae near Bluebell Without doubt H Meyers is die- Staying the larvest iisjjjrfir nut of ell found ia merulundta mm nVunl iJH MJKsk lh a x J XSl Sw i sirj VI ii- -