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Boyd the revenue inau He was returning from hie work and ae he passed the two men oa Fredrica street la front of Dr Hales office- - Maetln struok him a heavy blow ub the bead with braea knuoke Ue fell on hie wheel and when he got up Mas Boyd Un fired at him with a pistol drew hie knife and proceeded to defend tilmeeir Maetln wae etahbed ones in the breast The wound would hava heea fatal but for the faet that the knife sWMk the breast bone Williams aleo fired a shot and the both the men ran They were followed to ybebys grocery by B1 Arnold and Oharles Sutton who headed them off and turned them back Officers Bennett and Bell and Henry Pieree overtook them on Mildred street and placed them of County the dinner given by the obikiren ami grandchildren of Mir Sallle J Hob erieoa la honor of her elRhlyelxth birthday Oct bHb at the heepitable hemscf her daughter Mrs Thoe H Moorman i How truly ean it be said of this saintly woman tbat her life is filled witb noble deeds and as she sat with bar family around her in her chair of state dressed in pure white it was a lovely oleture and eae long to be remem Â¬ bered for her very preeenoe smiled a blessing and a benediction upon all who All nature oame within her influence was clothed in beauty to do honor to the was oooaelon It was Roads to Be Opened And Wllla bated I irt- - t Mr i5 an ideal autumn day and every one enjoyed it to the fullest extent to say nothing of the pumptuotaa feast tbat Kbuldened the eye and tempted eyen the most fastidious palate The spaeious dining hall was deeorated with golden rod This graceful fall fliwer umiled a Beautiful roses welcome everywhere of every hue and other lovefy fragrant Fitting emflowers adorned the tahl blems of the lovely character and the pure beautiful life of the loved grand- Â¬ mother who graeed the head of the ta- Â¬ ble and the prayer of all was tbat she might be with them to celebrate many more birthdays Those present were her children Mrs Amanda Moorman Mesere Ohas Bob under arrest erteon and wif- - K G Robertson and Warrants will be issued against them wfy and Mre Lillle Moorman and hus Â¬ for assault and battery shooting with in band The grandchildren represented tent to kill carrying concealed weapons wereMisBAe Bailie L Moorman May Al- Â¬ and drunkenness len Alice Soeebud Moorman Mrs J D Ae soon ae Mr Boyd was clear of bis Owen Misses Lulu and Nellie Robert assailant he went home His Injuria sou little Misses Sallle and Nellie Moor Â¬ are not seriout and did not r quire med man Messrs W 0 Moorman and wife ioal attention Dr Lambert dressed and little son Walter the only great Â¬ Maetins wound Oweaeboro Inquirer grandchild present Masters Harry Moorman Allen Robert and Charlie MoOrman Moorman Robertson little CLOVERPORTS NEW Sam Robertson and Mr Willie Rob- Â¬ T0NS0RIAL PARLOR ertson The other relatives asd friends were Oloverport ean bow proudly boast of Mr J T F 0 sen J W Owen Mr Wm having the prettiest most Jones and wife Mrs Jas A Moorman toneorlal pallors this side of Louisville Miss Lutie Moorman Miss Battle Webb Mr Jesse Weatberholt the proprietor The guest of honor being Mrs A P has lately ranted the raeant store room Froseer of Kansas City Mo a great of If Hantaan Son aad therein put nleee of Mm Robertson It was a moat new ohaire and every appurtenanoe be ebarming oooaelon and one long to be re- Â¬ lofltdujc to a shop of that character membered by all He WflltH times have some one oa duty to meet yonr wants both in the Dr Bells Anti Pain oantaina no opi Â¬ haircut or a ate eoealne or chloral and may safely Way Uf a shave ebempoo sblaevaByttm daring the day If yoa be given internally to children for re- Â¬ are kwkju for ielr Bud courteous treat Â¬ lieving Colic Oholera Morbaa and Sum Â¬ ment oall oa him mer Coeaplatnbi Draggiate sell it Â¬ te The railroad levy was laid at 40 cents which is the same rate that has been levied for that purpose for eeveraCyears Judge Ahl made his report for laying the walks is the eourt house yard The whioh was received and adopted eost of same was about 150 B F Beard railroad commissioner produced the court railroad bond cou Â¬ pons for the years 1800 01 04 07 O8atd 09 whioh had been paid off and said cou Â¬ pons were destroyed The court paid 4 SO for sign boards erected in the Bewleyvllle district The bridge built by L Green across Rough creek was ordered paid out of the levy of 1809 when R N Miller commlefticnershould file a report accept- Â¬ ing said bridge Morris Eskridge was ordered to fund the railroad bonds at a rate of 4 J per cent in denominations of 600 eaoh The court entered an order directing the sheriff to make final settlements at each April term of the court iu the fu- Â¬ ture instead of October in the matter of the county levy It is ordered by the court that the or- Â¬ ders leaned by O 0 German road su- Â¬ pervisor of the Hudeonville district to the amount of 470 be paid by the Bher iff and the remainder ot the road tax of said district for 1800 be paid on the or ders issued by the former supervisor Franklin Arms and the sheriff is direct- Â¬ ed to pey the balance of the orders ia sued by ead Arms out of the current ex Â¬ pense funds of the county levy OL- - Fate was elected Poor house Commissioner for the ensuing year over Oharles Mattingly the former inoum Those who rieited Ibe fair oa Thurs Wa Peiltlee at Hardlaehwrg Last day from this section were the follow Monday lag Dr 0 K Oqx Oaaaelton Johnson Polities was boiling hot in Hardlns Stiles aad wife Stetlbensport Lody burg last Monday The town was Thompson and wife WJei Cook Clover jammed with people all anxious to hear port J O Bruner and wife TJaion Star the rpeakers whose arrival bad been Mrs Anna Payne Mrs Green Clnyoomb previously announced At the City Hall Lodiburg J R 8tuart Tum Lyddan there waa a good orowd to hear the Hon Mike and Don Lyddau Webster Bush Thoe S Petti t of Oweneboro and the Tboraebury Payaesvllle Dawsda May Hon Ohas K Wheeler speak for the field Petrie Ohas Matllngly Mrs Eu Â¬ Goebel ticket gene Kingsbury and son Foozo Ed It was Mr Wheelers first appearance Wroe Oloverport J K Pyne Clarence in Hardinebuig and he made a good im- Â¬ Payne Lodiburg AlfOrendorf Olifton pression Mills David Rtee Hawesvllle 6 D But the greatest speeoh of them all Groves and Miss Maud Marshall Oannel was that of ex Gov John Young Brown ton R L Newsom and J D BabbflCejr at the courthouse Mr Brown had a Oloverport N D Payne Webster j S B fine audience and they listened to him Adklseon and sister Mtts Mollis Web- as he denounced Goebelism and his false ster Mies Golla Orendorff Jeff Adklse- Â¬ form of Democracy with breathless in- Â¬ on Olifton Mills Mrs Eugene Haynes terest The Governor was in fine shape Mrs J H Wills Miss Ruth Haynes and what he did for Goebelism and the Miss Maggie MeGavook Oloverport Col Music Hall Convention seemed to be a Steve Powers and daughter Miss Susetta plenty Hawesvllle Mrs A 0 Drunker Cairo He epoke for about two hours and waa Miss Overton John Burk and Miss Dora greeted at intervals with great applause Patv Oloverport L 0 Winohell and Mr Brown did not fail to pay his rewife Mow qua III Miss Mabel Sterrett spects to the Goebel election law as be Hawesvllle Alieeea Irene and Edna Jar went along denouncing it in yery strong boe G W Short J 0 Jarboe W H terms His speech of two hours was a Bowmer H L Stader Mies Rose Ryan masterly effort and had the ring of true Miss Delia Batt Oloverport Dr Martin Democracy throughout aad wit Mrs Anna Haden Sam Greg- Â¬ ory Marsh Morton Will Thomas and ADDITIONAL LOCAL wife Lee Rates and wife Bloomer Banks Ool Robt Brown Lewisport Frank Lander and Ool Shep Thomas HawesWater famine is almost the cry vllle Candor Black John Jennings We need rain and need it badly too Felix Elder John Knignt H VDuncan Jesse Willis went to Louisville Mon- Â¬ Horace Newton Bam and Proctor Keith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R oftVAl IUkino ysmrwmd itascMJiEnr touRC WOVAj Powder Makes the food more delicious and vvho4etonM W WUfi OQ MW a WMBL was tbe father of Mr Geo J Nea Gustos and has spent much time To Be Held at the Louisville Jockey his son The remains will be able from Louisville and will be buried at Club Qrounds old home Roeetta Mr and Mm Me have the sympathy of their host The regular Demoorata of Louisville friends m this community will keep open house from 10 a m to 6p m on Wednesday the 18th of Got the Stuff October at the Louisville Jockey Olub Jaok Simmons the king of homo grounds All Demoorata andany vo- Â¬ era who hails from Brandenburg ters who witb proper teaching may be- Â¬ been here nearly a month He at come Democrats are Invited to come ed the first day of court whisb ooav and bear some good Democratic speeches at Hardinsburg Monday aad bad and enjoy an old fashioned Kentucky pleasure of carrying the boys hones i barbecue lucre away with him There will be music and good cheer for all and the following gentlemen will Makes ThlRgs Bright expound the doctrines of Goebel and Charley Durham without a doubt i his followers The Hon J C S Black- Â¬ burn the Hon J O W Beckham of strongest Republican In this county produce more laughter when in a on Nelson the Hon R J Breckenridge Oharie4 of Boyle the Hon William Goebel of than any other man in it j should have been an evangelist Kenton and tbe Hon William Jennings A DEMOCRATIC RALLY DAY i Bryan of Lincoln Neb Deaths at Guston wwwww PHOTO BUTTON ARE THE LATEST FAD B Bohler Oloverport Milt Miller Sam Â¬ ple W M Gilbert Et M Stiles Steph ensport Dr W R Johec Hawesvllle u 1 The Sweetheart The JaHer Buys a Farm The W 0 T U met at the Methodist ohareh Monday night with a fairly good crowd in attendance Thft feature of the mueioal program was the mandolin and guitar quartette by Mrs Bee Misses Sallle Gregory Emma Stitee aad Katie Sawyer Good talks were made by Dr Newaom aud Mr John Babbage as to the suoeees of looal option in a oommuu ity Hardloeburg wae eited as an in Â¬ stance of a town s Improvement without whisky The Jailer can not make a living at the busim as and has to buy a farm and the absenoe of drinking in any Bro large assemblage is noticeable Suttege mad an earnest appeal for uni ty ia this work In union only there u 7ir fei Dr Hagh Kimbleys beautiful little brought a Sweetheart yacht the Oweneboro Sunday They natty reached Ibid wharf about 11 ooloek and Dr Ximbleys guest aboard ejtaji W B Arm end t and wife IrdJx WrDr fbuoda and wife Robert Jones and Dr y A Youthful Household Jack MUtlngly says he has three babies At hie house the youngest of wuomi67 yearfOld Hi father i83 hit mother US4 and his anut Catherine Monarch is 67 Tueaa three old people will make their homo with him this II winter SM N- Health laanjwvtaaj strength Mr J A Witt of Hardinaburg who If two weeks at Ow- MoainsCraycroft luffed for the esuiaoro under the treetmtnt of a doctor One of the prettiest weddings of the prearout fcotne Sunday Mr Witt season oeourred at Newton Kansas Oe toher 4th 1S99 The contracting parties H9 bisheatth b improving ict J txi He a PmWb Vtaua Wilson has gone to Louisville were Mr Olarenoe McGinn of Sedgwick - SthMMeeptedapoalUoninthegrootry tor of Mr J W Miller CURKKJ3 CUCKOOS The cuckoo is generally known only ee a bird with a very monotonous note a continuous cry of cuckoo cuckoo over and over again Among naturalists however the cuckoo is known as a bird that sever builds a nest for itself but take advantajmof one already baftt by some nKM indultrkMM Ufd There is a good deal of the euekoo vJPy and Mies Benlah Orayoroft of Kkron Kentucky At exactly 4 ocloek at St Marys ohureh the Rev lather WeJsa performed the beautiful and Impressive Catholic ceremony wbleh joined those two for Mr William Bockmaaof Meado county acted as groomsman and Miss Maud MwGinn was the brides attendant Mr and Mrs McGinn will go to houseÂ¬ keeping at ones in their new homo near Sedgwick Ufe toe wooroi which some one WH mode with much efott aud from Mrs Tyler for 10 on from H J mt ti JI tltM nrn for 164 two from Thoe Lyd Jw VtetMs fteeehode by wWA fteo fMtenou medJesisiMMiajoffereA althoagh those du for S46 and 00 two from B Wi one from D F who make the offer em without ctoalifioa Hhaoklett for 110 And the Hbacklett lor 60 one from M Shumate medical ability or experience cry raised in some -- cases of woman woman women write to woman makes for 60 All of tbees mules are from 4 the resemblance to the cuckoo even to 8 yearn old aad from 14 to 16 bands stronger high He eold three - tout those advertisers who instead of ancoess of weir own see w Mule Trading Jesse Herndon df Irvtngton hat bought for Hudson Btof two mules Ilttli three-year-o-ld eRL IP flair V E i1 There is as far as known no qualified woman physician connected with any proprietary medicine establishment and none therefore competent to give medi Â¬ cal advice It ia certain that were is no one man or woman who can offer free medical advice hacked by such knowl Â¬ edge aad experUnce M i poeceed by Dr R V Pierce chief consulting phy ician to the Worlds Dispensary Rntalo N Y For over thirty years Dr Pierce specialty of the treatment hm made of dtseaMs peculiar to women In that time he has treated over women muety eight per cent of whom K very sick bave been perfectly cured uoman is invited tu consult Dr Pierce by tetter absolutely without charge or coat Rveiy lettvr U held as etricti ptt auo ejuiiwir oiniiflnuai sew tm a mules for 45 each WUITsV8 ORE AM VKRMlFUGIlsa highly valuable preparation capable bom the promptitude of its action of oleariog the system in a few boom of every worm Prlee 88 eta For sale by A R Fisher Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Fills Thousands of Bufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 35 eta Money back bent Haynes if not cured Sold by Short R O Parr P G Gheyne and Henry Druggists Johnson were exonerated from working Death of R 0 Roberta roads in the future Lkwibport Oct Oih Special Mr Lee Butterworth Robert ElkinsKd C Garner Allen Sbrewsberry and James Redmond G Roberts one of Lewisports H Davis were exonerated from paying oldest and most highly respected oitisens died last Monday night the 2nd after poll tax in the future Oharles Jones and H B West were an illness of about two weeks Beneath a rather rough and harsh ex- Â¬ exonerated from working the roads and terior Mr Roberta possessed a kind paying poll tax in the future The court ordered the claims allowed htart and many little acta of charily at the preeent term payable out of the were performed by him of whioh the world knew nothing for the plaudits of levy of 1800 the world and its condemnation were SKPTKMBBB TERM COUNTY COURT equally insignificant to him Had Mr The certificate of the offioers of the Roberts lived one day longer he would loeal option election in the Webster pre Â¬ have been 78 years of age having been cinct was produced to court and grdered born in Daviess county Ky Oct 3rd spread upon the records The official 1821 He leaves a wife three sons and vote stood for whisky 54 against it 78 several grandohlldren and Those in the Iryington preolnot were al so product d and spread upon the record He was a member of the masonic or- Â¬ The vote stood for whisky 59 against it der under the auspices of which the fun- Â¬ 63 The official vote in the Bewleyvllle eral services were conducted The inter di trict was for whisky 61 against it 78 ment was in the family burying ground The aptlcation of J K Weatherford two miles south of town for a new load was continued and the Masonic Grand Lodge following purtlee snmmoped to answer The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken Â¬ at tbu u xi turrn A Weatheaford Hen tucky will meet in MssobIc Temple ry Harned and Florence M Pile The application of R B Corden and Louisville Tuesday Oct 17ib at 10 others to bave a road opened from the oclock a m A letter issued by Grand Hardinebuig and Brandenburg road by Secretary Grant announoes that dele- Â¬ Bargers Mill and J V St OlaJrs to the gates will be granted spenial rates on the Irvingtoa and Brandenbuig road was orÂ¬ railroads The Masonic Grand Lodge Â¬ dered filed and the road directed to be of Kentucky is one of the most intelligent bodies of men tbat assembles ia opened The land owners all gave the Kentucky asd it is also one of the old- Â¬ right of way The will of R J Napper bearing date est secret orders in the world March 16th 1887 w a produced to eourt Christian Church and ordered to record Mrs Elisabeth There will be serviees next Sunday Napper was appointed administrator morning and evening at the First Chris Â¬ with the will annexed tian ehuroh of Oloverport Sunday The will of Peter Dhonau bearing date morning there will be the ordination of of May litb 18W was produced and elders and deacons Sunday night Elder filed aad M Hammaa auallfled as exe Â¬ Beare will begin a series of sermons on cutor There are eight the Milleniat Dawn sermoM in this series aad they will be Bxcurstefl Tickets beard consecutively at the Sunday night Many people from this place aad vi- Â¬ serviom Come and study with ue cinity took advantage of the low rates Cattle Sold at a Oood Price Thursday and Friday and attended the There were some pretty good sales Owcaeboro Fair Oa Thursday there ware more than sixty tickets sold and on of cattle around the section of liar dimburg last week Jeeee File of the Friday about fifteen 90 head of The crowds wore gathered all aloag Ouster neighborhood sold aad made quite a good showing steers at 4 cento aad Willis Johnson 4 the line head of steers the lot bringing 80 oa the fair groaadf Oettje in that section are soaree and i the farmers wore fortunate to dispose of Ike Owe Buyer Ike Owes baa bought tor Meyer their stock when they brought a good Mitchell dc Oo 800 barrete of apples from School Truetet Robert Barr 360 from Old Ban 100 from There was aa cteatten at the school Mm Burch 0O from Dr Frymlre 400 50 from Gas Kiag bottM Saturday aitaraooa whoa Mr Jim from Jim Biggie and 180 from Mr Ray Ho paid 116 to Hambleten waa elected to fill tb vacancy 1 50 for fill of barrel to bo delivered at la the board eanatd by the expiration of Dr J L Moormaaw term Each trustee Ladibnig and Concordia ia elected for throe years aad one bow trustee la elected each year Mr Bambtotoa will not be qualified utttil aex July aa bis teem of ofBoe will not begin until that Usoa Â¬ That Throbbing Headache After a lingering illness of three months Miss Ada F Durbin aged 19 years oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs day John S Durbin died at their home in Notions Notions Notions See Vests Guston on October 3d 1890 Although fine display confined to her bed for such a long while Assessor J H L Moorman is taking b1ib bore her suffering with a patience the list of tho town that was beautiful and Christ like She David I May took in the Carnival at assured her family that she was prepared to answer the great summons when it Louisville Monday Thanksgiving turkeys will not be bo should come The bereaved family have the deepest sympathy of the entire com- Â¬ plentiful this year Both Mr and Mrs Durbin Manager H O Cerf of the Fair spent munity wish to express their gratitude to all tbe Monday in Louisville friends and neighbors who anticipated Wo have a new line of Grocerlesfreeh every wish of the sufferer and did all and pure Try them Vests they could to gratify it i Clyde Morrison and Wallie Llahen spent Monday in Louisville Early Sunday morning the death angel There doesnt seem to be much bet- Â¬ again ylsited our midst and claimed a ting so far on the approaching election devoted wife and mother Mrs Mason There will be a good representative Simpson Mrs Simpson leaves a hus- Â¬ crowd from here to Louisville this week band and five little children to mourn Why do you waste time looking else- Â¬ her loss The remains were buried at where You can be suited in Clothing Buck Grove Monday Deep sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband and at Vests children We must sell our large stock of Hats this season so we have put our prices Sunday afternoon at the family resi- Â¬ within the reach of every one Call and dence in Louisville Mr Henry Neff see us Veslfl aged 70 years passed away Mr Neff Misses Eva and Elizi May have re- Â¬ turned from Oweneboro where they spent a very pleasant week with Mr and Mrp E H Breidenbacb Shoe the horse shoe the mare and do not lft the little colt go bare is a nursery rhyme sung by the crowds tbat buv thei r Shoes at Vests Gone To McHenry Mr and Mrs Oharles Satterfleld left Mr Satteifield yesterday for McHenry will probably accept a position there if his health permits W W BROOKS THE PHOTOGRAPHER Will make you two Button six Card Photos for 100 for next thirty days at his gallery i Oloverport Everything new ne and clean and in the latest style JJJJJJJCUCCt Hundreds of Pairs of Confident Ool Washington Holt of Holt waa a visitor to the city yesterday He is al most confident that Taylor will carry this county by a large majority Â¬ SHOES Contracted for at the various factories in the East before we decided to close our business in Oloverport These goods are now coming in all the new toes including the Will Attend a Weddlag Mr and Mm H A Oelze and -law Mrs R L Oelse left yester day for Leitchfield to attend the Hill Gardner wedding daughter-in- Â¬ Both For Temperaace Mayor Barry and ex Reprsseatetlye John P Haswell Jr both reply ia this issue as to then stand la the temperance oauee Guests of Heaer Mlsees Irene Board and Bra Heneley were the guests of honor oa the platform at Hardiasbarg to hear Wheeler aad Petiit FREE TO NEWS READERS A Oura aM BOSTONIANS and all offered at factory 99 tor Meed aad Skla DieMtec nWarptwWt WfarTWllwclj ewWfWi fclwJe Exze- - osmIvH l wlwww VewNVvri Womans Severest Trial i has We k Uotff recant ftffc yean womans smetst lanagmc of children tfc Republicans and Democrats Ia the BewUyvllle dletrlot the Repub Â¬ licans have nominated B 0 Payne for magistrate and Sylvester TbornhiU for constable The Democrats nomineted P 1 erts fat magistrate aad made no oswekeVtaU wsjsv eBisjajBBjsarwftejpv mm aej Rob m eaentaHP eeaiew h nt noml4 Today acarhr all um akajMm taate dkoHnfafi aad etad are avoaaei kr these expectant mothers who use Mother a PrUad that wonder id ansmeat snade famous by the great geedtthaidons it is used extawafly Taetts the only seuttbls and seas way fc reiarve wnerev upws nuas Peeiwein eyaap aTS Favorite Prescrlptiort niakei Weak Women Strong mid Sick Dr Werce Lov ev to Talk ArBJ gurWB eflffBflPeejpBBrflf- aBASjusjsjaaufr nelgbbofhood eaeTam traterprtetBg farai- er hadargOOMUtSOf a political oatOM with nearly every man who wae present el Hanibeborg Monday twwriT twoasa bias Ta aailM of cfcfkbeaFriend IZ7Ta gaMW fiina n ubohm bv motittM aB ova at drug stems ssr fl a EpftVwdfar TtYMtMMtiiutwcejaMtaa WHO m i 1pm Ouutnm NVWVAnMMWM wdUMl Bad Blood causes Blood aad Skla DL Pimples Scrofula s eases IrupHoas Beting Bores Uteem Qaaoer Hesema Skla Scabs Eruptions and Sores oa Obildrea Rbeamatiem Catarrh Itehiag Humors Kto For these troubles a posÂ¬ itive spedflo oorata found in B B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonder Â¬ ful blood purifier of the age It has beea thoroughly tested for tho past thirty years and bee ulwey cured eve tbe moot doep seated pereieteut caeca Cheap Ratos to Bvaaavllte after doctors aad patent medicines had Round trip tickets from Oloverport to all failed BBB euros by driviag out Evancville will bo cold Got 0th 10th of the blood the polaoaa and hataota Uth iota Utb limited to return Oot whioh cause all these trouble and a 16ih Fan 870 care la thus made that la permauani Ooatagtoos Blood Poison iwodwoiatj Attracted the SMaefetaaj Sraotioaa Swollen Glands Uloaiwtad B A bevy of pretty youog ladies and Throat and Moath Etc eared by arried ooca alao greeted the Boa Johu B tho only remedy that can emaaliy f Young Broom with their presence at the e ire tab trouble At diwajhwa 1 pat largo bottle aix large botttes fall tames court house la Uar aabunu Monday meat 8 So every reader of tho Nawe hi narnaoraat ma teat B B h we will sand a trial Write today Medteal ad Mta Jobs Alfcea at tate irtwe has hotttefcot viae Fans Addrtaa Blooo aUut Oa ujoBwpij- aew TpeNp emajyfiaaBB0 pCWsewav af ajp--a1 16 MWebod Atlanta Ga stone over her huaba de graya jfiw 4H of this week will be - t s oe day WITH US Twenty five hundred pairs of ihoes yet to ditpofe of JF a taaBBBBB Ii HflBBaW j RM aanaau raay w ft - j H r it Bgg yK1pfwPrwBm lURRENT TOPICS BY MK5 MATT1E QRINNBLL aeela Myrtle and sing Georgia Camp meeting for as Harold J Beard went home to say farewell to hie brother Herbert Will Miller and Till Kelly started by lend for TJnlontown Ky Monday Sanies Orosson baa returned to Olo verport after visiting here and other TOTS IND DOTS I noose bWSOmm BANK or- ef IMtt la Bt MOvMewMLwNt A fl POPHAf American soldiers who have been bv the Filipino ear they were II reeled while in captivity bat I like to shake hands with those that rotated to shake hands with i Laroiaaldo tt The flnt thing Admiral Dewey sboald alter ha rwta from dofflne hi hat hand shaking la to see tbe tinner- i papers for the horrible asrieatnroa himself spread on their papers I am Miss Illinois to entirely dleilltt- sad I Stuart Robsons presentation of The was a disappointment to New forkers while in Chicago the reoolote ad fly Hall Cains Christian ware 9M- for two weeks ran A suscesetnl eatrical season Is everywhere prom- - tt tt September 1890 will be handed down breaking all weather records Sep embers first weeks were remarkable for thermometer registers of 109 and so on while September 29 and 80 Ac the mer Â¬ I cury dropped one half degree lower than latl- i ever known in this immediate A heavy frost followed which we Itnde will kill malaria and typhoid germs las effectually as vegetation i The weather has been glorious orisp bracing frosty with a mellow sun entic ing one to cast aside care and woo Na ture in all her autumn splendor The death of her children lately so fresh and beantiful is forgotten amid the souls cf the departed summer flowers and links as to the feeling of the wistful beauty of human death and of the use Nature makes of her dead creatures to bless the living tt How differently persons converse Some make us feel we are in sunlight which lights our very souls or a summer breese whioh stirs all the good in oar being On the other hand the words of some affeot us like a whirl- Â¬ wind as a storm as a fire as war or From all such good Lord even death deliver us and keep them afar How easy it is to drop them from our thoughts and cultivate the society of the former A tree is always known by its fruits 1 tt And so a young lady friend of the Editor will not read the Nsws because it does not support Goebel I thought it was understood that this paper was in- Â¬ dependent in views and was bowing and courting favors from no candidate or no party This paper did not approve of the Music Hall Convention and few in their hearts did or could exceot those who wear a yoke or are currying favor or have an ax to grind The News prints opinions from all and allows each correspondent an expression in his or her column 1 -- I have a kind letter from my young friend 0 M Nevitt of Dallas Tex enclosing a picture of Col It H Green clipped from the Dallas Industrial World Mr Green is an only son of Hettle Green one of the riohest women In the world He is a oitizen of Texas and President of the Texas Midland 11 B Hettie is a relative of these Grin nell children who at her death will come in for a share of her vast estate hence Charley Nevitt sent her sons His mother was anxious and maneuvered onoe with her mil ions to baye him Governor of Texas but she failed for ones tt Â¬ Â¬ to know where Never Alone can be got Â¬ ten and if it can be sung as a solo Send to any music dealer for it I got it from Smith Nixon for 2flcU post paid I beg pardon for any seeming lack of courtesy or appreciation of the many in Â¬ quiries and complimentary tetters I re oeive but it is utterly impossible for me to reply personally I would love to acÂ¬ knowledge every paper card and book tt I have had several applications I ThmTfi to every elderly woman when an im wortani functional change takes place This Is called The Change of Life TlMentlreSYStem undergoes chanm Dreadful diseases such as cancer and coosaniptlott see oft oonrraoten at this tan WUm mfQmrdut jstrotsgtfceas and pariSee thai snllic n ana Druijrs um suneswr MieiT thaw pitfalls Its effects haWf wooocrtuL it la aooa tot all ansiistriial troubles but la especially Ask fBoaouueaAsd at this time Tour druggist fur the famous Wins U GarduL fioo a bottle Mar advice ia coaea requiring special Ladles Ad Urectious addieas the visory lciartiiieiit Tbo Ctuttto MovLciuc IV Chattanooga lYAgit leuu - liii iAi M -- 1 lit mmMptmao WlM imm inftSiit fastis rend Soa ttxttm touM out f I wntal alntr uf uhHJct tHrvusra tn iwslmtiiuu4 nriitii pieces Madame Bumor tells us thai there but I am such a busy woman them oaya hi wonderfnl how many dew good will be a gold mine at Ohenault m the It ratore people write to me about this oolamn OBryan Bret with manic left for I do indeed appreciate it Wednesday Owensboro on Steamer tt I have The International Temperance Thomae Committee and The Coming Mentions Graver Jerrett passed through this a littls pamphlet setting forth the views place enronte for Stepheneport hat of the various denominations by evan Thursday gelical Christiana In Kentucky whose Laden Manning and Forrest Fryatiro attitude is non partisan This pamphÂ¬ called on visitors at Mr H 8 Bursas let has it in black and white that Mr Sunday night William Goebel has been an implaoable St vend from this piece have been at foe to every effort made by temperance tsuding the ooaveattoa at Btspbsasesrt peopie Hs has never says the temper Â¬ for tbe lest week ance committee i xteuded ary sympa Â¬ Gland Mitchell of Derby Ind oeUed thy oomfort or help but he has struck the cause a blow whenever and wherever on the company at II 8 Barons TuesÂ¬ The question Is then asked day night and alasl they were absent be ooukl 1m It right for Democrats to treat Misses Blddis and Lsse Gillespie of tem Â¬ perance people in this way and because Concordia have been spending ths pest he is the nominee ask Christians to week with their cousin Rosemary vote for hlmT Mr MuOhord J 0 Beck-Â¬ Bareb of thie piece ham Mayor Chinn are pat in the same Miaees Rosemary Barch Blddie and category by the committee This pamph- Â¬ Lrssle Gillespie attended church at let is freely circulated and has had its Derby Monday and enjoyed a pleasant influence day with Miss Myrtle Mitchell tt Mite Bessie Cunningham of Ohenault Quo Vadts continues to be the and Nellie Bennett of Derby Ind are vogue It amuses me to bear some peo- expected home the last of the week ple object to its historic pages jaet as They have enjoyed qnlte a pleasant visit some did to DuMaariers Trilby in Louisville with friends and relatives We expect and look for condemnation Bessie will enter school after her return from the literary world and from quali- Â¬ It was a happy meeting and a sad fied critics But when suoa renowned parting the following young people writers as DuMaurler and Sienkiewics gathered at the beantiful home of Mr send forth brilliant meteors from colossal and Mrs Henry Barch Wednesday brains and the literary critics of two nipht to bid Mies Rosemarys guests the hemispheres accept their productions as Misses Gillespie good bye Emma Lee historical realistic novels how absurd and Forrest Henriokson of Rono Ind for us who would have difficulty in dis- Â¬ Biddle and Liwie Gillispfe of Concordia covering the difference between an epi- Â¬ Ky Mary and Ruth OBrien Mooley- gram and a clever conversation to pass ville Ky Nellie Little of Dexter Ind Trilby con Â¬ Myrtle Mitchell of Derby Ind Violet sentence on their works tained a most wholesome beautiful Bosley and Dora Frymire Frank Pass moral lesson when read from a proper and Will Park of Rono Ind Roy little stand point and bearing in mind that it of Dexter Ind Claud Mitchell of Derby was written in the Latin Quarter of such Ind OBryan Bros with music of Moo- Â¬ a city as Paris France It is an ex- Â¬ ley ville Ky John Frymire Lucien Man- Â¬ ceedingly curious piece of work but the ning H J Beard Forrest Frymire John characters are presented with wonderful B Warren All enjoyed muelc and truth to life It has been dramatised games until a late boar when someone and has met with great success on both suggested that they play mouse some sides of the water Quo Vadis gives did not understand tbe game and when us an insight to two great epochs in his- it was understood each went to his tory In the opening chapter we have a house conflict of moral ideas with the Roman A Thousand Tongues Empire and yet sensible people will Bay Could not express ths rapture of An- Â¬ it should not be read Well the author did not write it for weaklings and chil- Â¬ nie E Springer of 1126 Howard St dren The conflict described in Quo Philadelphia Pa when she found that Vadis is of supreme interest to all read- Â¬ Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump-Â¬ ers of English and has aroused the at-Â¬ tion had completely cored her of a hack Â¬ tention of the whole world We are ing cough that for many years has made All other remedies and glad to know through its pages that life a burden Christianity issued from such an epoch doctors could give her no help but she as that of the Roman Empire because it says of this Royal Cure It soon relieved goes to prove more fully that the Gospel the pain in my chest and I can now sleep and the Bible have moved as a golden soundly something I can scarcely re circle to embrace the earth The cen- Â¬ member doing before I feel like sound- Â¬ tral figure of Quo Vadis is Pretonius ing its praises throughout the Universe an historical character who combined So will every one who tries Dr Kings the attributes of Beau Brummel and the New Discovery for any trouble of the Due de Lauzun being a gallant soldier Throat Chest or Lungs Price 60c and an athlete a brilliant writer a refined 100 Trial bottle free at Short A Hay voluptuary an accomplished man of the nee drug store every bottle guaranteed world and an arbiter of fashion We wonder how suoh a man with all of his IS LOCAL OPTION A FAILURE boasted attributes would stand to day glad to know he would be conWe are demned As we read of that epoch we Editor News I notice your corre Â¬ rejoice in the Christian era we behold spondent from Lewisport asks the ques- Â¬ with more reverence our marriage laws tion Does Local Option pay in your we thank God for the dawn of an epoch last issue I am prepared by experi Â¬ when man pays homage to woman We ence to answer in the affirmative return thankH that with the birth of a When I first visited Earlington Ky Saviour the scales fell from the eyes of 18 or 20 years ago it was one of the most the people and that Mara Jupiter Bac wicked places I eyer saw a disgrace to chus Juno heathen gods and heathen the fair name of Kentucky That was temples fell before his teachings At when the licensed saloon held sway and this day one is not a Cynic as then be Â¬ dealt out poisonous liquid to steal mens cause he wears a tattered garment nor a brains and debauch them A lady was Stoic because poverty is patiently borne hardly safe on the street at noon day nor a Peripatetic because be goes on Drunken men paraded the streets curs Â¬ foot No I our lot is made bright or sad ing and blaspheming Gods Holy Name by a different theory We owe Jere- Â¬ Drunken brawls made the nights hide Â¬ miah Curtin a oard of thanks for his ous and loud boisterous quarreling and translation from the Polish into English street fights were of common occurrence of Quo Vadis whose closing pages tell As soon as local option came what a of a wioked mans end and of the tri- Â¬ change for the better No whisky or umph of Christianity Quo Vadis Do beer bas been sold in the town for IS or mine IX years and it today is one of the quiet Â¬ est and most peaceful towns in the Three Deeters In Oesesltatlsa state Ths cottage has taken the paoe of the hovt 1 The little children of that From Benhunin Franklin you are sick what you like town would attract the attention of any When beet is to be chosen for a medicine in the observer for their neat dress and air of fiist plac what experience tolls you is oomfort as they go to school What a best to be chosen in the second place contrast with ths pest Fifteen or 10 what reason i e Theory says is best to be chosen in the last place But if you years ago ths children excited pity and can get Dr Inclination Dr Efyetitnce commiseration and Dr Jieatoit tfnoid a consultation to Â¬ I might also allude to my own old gether they will give yon the beet ad home UofMMrvilie I can remember a iiue that can be taken scarcely a criminal was In When yon have a bad cold Dr Incli- Â¬ time when her jails when elty ooert bed no docket nation would recommend Obambelalns Cough Remedy hecanss it Is pleasant and mothers could close their eyes at night in peace for there was no saloon and safe to take Dr Experience would to tempt her boy frem the path of re commeud it because It never fails to there rectitude Bat tbe revenue ho triers got effect a tpeedy and permanent curt Dr Reason would recommend it because it la their work Looei option wee de ftftted and today as I walk her streets I is prepared on soicutiAo principles and see faces that are familiar but bloated and acta on natures plan in relieving the bleared by drink Revenue Indeed It is tungs opening te secretions and re Â¬ a revenue that makes devils laogh that storing the system w a natural and Tor earn by A B blights the lives of the Wrest sad brav healthy oondMoa est of oer land that makes murderers of Planer OlovsroosU R A Shsllmau noble boys that tramples on mothers Stsphensport team that fills oar ells and peniten tiaries with mothers hopes end brings CHENAULT down brave and noble manhood to the very mire I say away with the great Mr Charter of LoaisvilW is buying evil from oar land and If we cannot keep apples here up tbe revenue of oar towns sad villages Mollte StaJlman is visiting Mends in let as too leave them and walk in Us footsteps of tbe blessed Savior in tbe Brandanborg Ky Mr L H Bosley and wife were shop Â¬ very wiloerneesreiher than serve eaten la e temple ping in Derby this week Mas J H 8 Mrs William Miller departed for First come Aret served so ouwh up SburHdtown Wednesday and pay for the BnaoK cm nidus Nawca Hello Battletown just be contented year ahbed This will secure that S11 like Battle to wu news too Unit paper the Farm Journal f i u iijmli M t rymiruia visiting friends balance of ltUK and all ot IIXJO ni Union Slaw and relatives end 1908 nearly lire yars without any Myrtle Mitobali of Derby has spent a furthiM per Shall w boat from yu ttuu wi wnk i week Ufitt wtlh trienrts Iimi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bet jest put est a Harper sad Utile volume tpet trill bt a revelation to mtUwe of psepls end perhaps canst a mvotetfee to modern Mtnods of Instruc-Â¬ tion The title oTtnJb tnterwtius work is natathoS of HwlTmlnlnc and U U cMeir dtioted to the study of Ik concen tration of attention end memory Ths Acta diaclose that S Mttle boy rWowiusj out this new method of teaching eould tell the numbet of dots from seven to twenty grouped irregularly on a Uack beard at a Â¬ well known MbHthiae EARDIHSBUEG F BKABD President WILL MILLER Vtoe PreeJdeiit M H BEARD Oast 1st B G W BEARD Purest Goods We pay cash for Drugs which enables us to sell cheaper than our competitors Call and see for yourself MORRIS BSKRIDOE R M JOLLY INTEHttT PAID ON j f DIRECTORS OEPOslTft TIME T aPaanaV I MOREMEN POPHAM Irvington Ky Renfrew DRUGGISTS DENTIST aJgeammemmmBmw IV Br Crown and Bridge Work facte glance end without heeltetion sad A SFBOIALTT could remember and repeat thirty lines of prose after bearing them once read Tbe children stead with their backs to the board while the dots at made When the claea la reedy they tern round and one Is aaked to name inetaatly the number ef dot observed In that moment There is no net to count The eye takes in the noun as a whole and reeomlaes it as tea NtfttM Willis Gos Hew Store Ifteen eighteen or twenty as the case may be And tbeee children have grown OLOVERPORT KY ao obtervant have so acquired the power of concentrating their fsctiltlea on the object before them that they can name accurately Offies In Seer of Moorman A Owens again and again the number of dots re vealed in that momentary glimpse of tbe Dreg Store board You end I cant do this Houdin the great French Magiclen could walk paet a Mote window and enu Â¬ merate thirty or forty articles seen as he passed with a turn of the head and a fiance of the eye What enormous possi- Â¬ bilities are in us of which we live in profound ttncouactoutneaa I We think that memory ia in the mind alone But the Angers nave a memory or the pianUt could not and the key In the dark There ia tremendous elasticity in nature Development of deficient ornns it just as poatible as development of deficient facul- Â¬ ties Now and again the progress of con Â¬ Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds sumption is arretted in someone The doc- Â¬ of Dental work tors bad sounded him One lung was entirely rone It was a hopeless case KY CLOVBtrPORT But something- - arretted the disease and the man went on living with one lunr His laugh was lust as hearty hia voice lust as loud And the poor mau had only one lnng How could ne do it Basity enough You can do the same Ybu have two lungs and you use about half their volume If you lose one lung and use the entire volume of the one remaining you have still as much lung power aa ever Doctors go on treating luue diseases as if there were no elasticity or recuperative power in nature herself They decline to take into account that reserve lung power Nature cant do everything She works to her ends through natural means Shell make blood but you must provide blood making material The sick mau orwoman the consumptive cant rive Nature the means she ia used to What is needed is blood food nerve food brain food life- matting material in a condensed and con Â¬ centrated form easy for the sick to receive ample for the operations of Nature And this is just the essential provision of Dr OANNBLTOK IKD Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It provides in a condensed form the neces Â¬ entnmmmamammemmmaaaenenemsnen sary aliment Nature needs for her body- Â¬ building and with it she goes to work and Kvervtbing thats good in repairs tbe rents and tears in the won out UNDERTAKERS In this line we are Headquarters our line ia Complete in every particu- Â¬ offiok oven lar and Money Saved Â¬ I Â¬ rTtafaf Dentist ten imsi asasemaMsttlwamatssssmwBMWW11a--1-M- a wa MaaamatpaaawOweaaCnaw m you by seeing us JOLLY McGLOTHLAN IrYington Ky Dr J L MOORMAN J H Hunsche THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co First Terra of Five Months Begins September 4 Practice thorough and enthusiastic men Instructor No school in thii geotion of the State offers and women superior inducement COURSES AND TUITION Primary Intermediate Pmpevntory TeachcM 1 75 per 2 60 8 20 month Scientific Classical Moslo 898 Board 1176 20 per month 3 80 8 60 to S2 26 per week tS For farther information and catalogue address organ ism M My wife a few yean ago bad hemorrhages of the range and we summoned oar home phy-Â¬ sician writes Joseph D Wiles Ksq of West Point Street Frederick Md He checked the hemorrhage but failed to cure her She had also a terrible cough and expectorated a great deal She wanted to sec another doctor ao I called one and be examined her She asked him whether he had oonsumptiofa and his answer was Madam it is very sear consumption He advised her to use cod liver oil but this gave but ttule relief I procured a bottle of Or Pierces Cctdea Medical Discovery and my wife commenced using It She began to get better right away and her cough left her She used about ten bottles of Dr Pierces Oolden Medical Discovery She can walk tea or twelve miles without any trouble We are saUsded that her life and health bare been saved by tbe use of Oolden Medical Discovery As soon as she lakes any cold she Insists upon having a bottle of her medicine as she calls it and that ia the last we hear of her cold I can truly say that your Oolden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets have been the means of saving ray life writes Mr D I KowUa of OUnU Clearfield Co Pa When I begaa taking your medicines X thought my time was short I have not sett up blood sow for about four months and am feeling much better X fcsl that your medicine has dose weadets for me Â¬ LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished 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Mastsr L T COHtTgR AT LAW Breckenridge News HAiyECflM BBBBntssTss 1 TELL CITY R H BALLARD Matter W B HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Aa NPWBILI Ponsr P D STAGG8 Dally IIMK iVaaaar betweea Loalsrllle sad Mew Astetsream Frslt lrt Shippee sy wis line delivered aaieker tasa by rail Travslsis will Sad tss stealers ire uawr pessed ia eqalpmeal sad arceeamodatioai Tas Sett calisarr are employed as eoefcs and lbs sseau Is equal to thai ot tas beat betels General omces 17 sad iyt Featta Aveaae LoalsvllU D L PENNY aid saaaati eMBskvl JPleOM PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS Superintendent O V Wilusms T P A Oweusboro Ky A WW HITB President W WAMUR I 0 OFFIOa VAA0AA0AA0Aft0AAit0A00MVt0ji0l0lW0vvilv- WALKER ft BOARD DENTISTS Grown Budge and Fltit Work yispfBHI I t r rar lni Ilrli a 1 mMii 01 in 1 mud in Kl r Bud60 eeeaBKeC3sHttitT totti BgKilifOsrjrrV tt1 t i 4 tinrrTiPrit-if- tiiBhHiiiBMrri-Sllillja Breckinridge News WEDNESDAY OCT 11 1890 ATTENTION MAGISTRATES A ORBAT OFFER Fare Journal From Now to Decern ber 1003 Nearly Five Years By special arrangement made with the publishers of the Farm Journal we are enabled to offer that paper to every sub aoriber who pave for the BaacKaxalDaa 1 both Nawa one year ahead for onl paper for the prioe of oara only oar paper one year and the Farm Journal from now to December 1903 nearly Ave yearn The Farm Joornal la an old eeUbliahed paper enjoying groat popularity one of the boat aad moat oeefal farm papera published JpaYThis offer aboald bo aooepted without delay Â¬ Kentucky Statutes Act March 10 1894 Article VI AID TO DI8TW0T TO BUILD ROAD That should any Magisterial district or districts deaire to unite in building a turnpike it shall be mandatory on the part of the Fiscal Court to build the same Provided the citizens of said Magisterial district or districts shall hart subscribed one tenth of the oost of same aa estimated by the engineer And provided further that nothing in this not shall be construed to prevent the Fiscal Court from building a turnpike exclusive of aid subscription if it desires to do so UON Used in Millions of Homes Accept no subetitute Insist on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COPPBB and you vvMl never us any other It ia absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee Happy o Mr Joseph 8mart a farmer of the oooaiy la the happiest man In waa presented Thursday He It with a fine boy The young gentle man baa been given the distinguished McKtofey name of Eugene Vest Smart well-to-d- LOUISVILLE CARNIVAL Bryaa 4 Dta May KBNTUCKY BUND SCHOOL What One State Is Deiae Per the TraMfe ef Her Unfortunate ChNaren Many persons are not aware that ih State of Kentucky does mors for the training of its defective children in pro Â¬ portion to their number than it does for Â¬ These rticles mailed FRBB in exchange for lion heads cut from front ofx lb LION COFFEBpkgs QoW Collar ImjfUL AnHlllvVw jBnnHL Paannannasswaaawaansnanwaan Hantel Clock Alarm Clock SBbjHt Button V Be Thwc Mod Thursday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Alvin Wilkerson died Thursday The little The Largest and newt AuHtstu babe bad only been ill s short time The Midway Mace ike WecMTs funeral took plaoe from the Christian Pair church and the body was laid to rest la the Oloverport osmetorv Every arrangement has been com For all fresh cuts or wounds in either pleted for the Bit Fall Oaralval Industhe human subject or in animate as a trial Exposition Midway and Festival of droning BALLARD 8NOW LI2TI- - Fire to be given in Louisville October MENT is exoelleat while for sores on 9th toilet Work on the Carnival Oity working horses especially if slow to heal is praottetUy completed In the vicinity or suppurating its healing qualities are of the carnival grounds there is block unequaled Price 26 and 60 ets A R after block of booths wherein the most Attractive displays of mercantile wares Fisher Dragxist ever made in Kentucky will be made Throughout the whole State the deep From Pateevlllc est interest is being token in this enter Misses Agues ftordon snd Ada Fry mire accompanied by Mr J Iff Fasten prise which means so much for Ken Â¬ all of Patesville were passsngers oa the tuckys commercial advancement Jn train Friday night for Oanneltoa They Hyery oity plaas are being made to send came in from Fatesville in the afternoon large crowds The reduced rates are the and had rapper with our genial landlord most attractive- sver made for a Louisville enterprise and judging from the at the Mitchell House amount of hotel space already engaged the crowd will be a record breaker Reorganization It is now almost certain that President The Ladies Beading Club met at Mrs MeKinley will be in Louterilie on Mo W O Smarts Thursday afternoon OcKinley Day October 18th Wm J tober 6tb to reorganise for the winter Bryan has sent a conditional acesptam Mrs W H Bowmer was elected presisad it is very likely that President Dies dent Mrs Harry Hill vice president of Mexico will also honor na with his Mrs John Ailon Murray secretary and preeenes Bpectal days have been set Mia Lola Owen treasurer apart for many important organisations The club will meet next Thursday Oo October ltth the icdecs of Kentucky with Mrs Alex Heron will have a reunion This day is called Fraternal Day On October 14th the At the Pair Hop German Americans will celebrate aad Oloverport waa represented at the An Â¬ on October 17th the Irish Americans nual Fair Hop in Owenaboro by Misses will have the field Elisabeth aad Marlon Bowmer Messrs offers an The Louisville J B 8killman Boy Heyser Fred Fraise amusement such asCarnival appeal to can only John Harrison and 0 W Moorman Jr all lovers of good and wholesome di- Â¬ Thia dance was pronounced the very The Midway will be the best of all by those who have been versions largest sines the Worlds Fair aad will pneenton many similar oocaslona and include the streets of Oalro Japanese who are competent judges as to the rela Â¬ Hindoo Filipino Chinese Mexican tive merits of floors bands and paaturts and Porto Risen theaters and German vil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the other children through the - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ schools In fact it maintains three noble school one at Frankfort fo the teaching of feohle mindtd children knows as the Kentucky Institution for the Feeble Minded one at Danville known as the Kentucky School for the Deaf and one for blind children known as the Kentucky Institution for the Education of the Blind These are all free and the State upon proper evidence pays for the clothing and even for the railroad fare of those children whose parents are too poor to meet such expenses In ths case of I he deaf children and also of the blind children the school ih in session from the middle of September to the middle of June when the children all go home in order that the famll ties may not be destroyed The buildings for the care of tbeei children are a oredlt to the State and thoroughly t quipped with all possible means for ths comfort happiness and education of their pupils They are under the ohargecf boards of trustees selected from the beet oitiaens of the neighborhood and the beat possible teachers arc employed for training their puIif rjWrva sTM twf lwfl JMaMC CMC fTMH lUXI Cerwe wriwifi avfv4 a 3 ewt itewp Made ot rolled gold and with iaohrof perl back jultaWe alike tor UmIIm and mnuV ran nape nanajr end popuutr ji jjfrl VJ r 1 mffWlrW rw BBmMaUIi1las5 nsaawfMnlfajWBBayffeaF jMI tQSSBmm uHb9S9Hb hMdcamla P- - KPS B aSrli - ilv naawBCwa Daisy Neck Pin Genuine Hard Enamel and GomI 2 itamr flw llluttraUon to only two thlrdf actual itie Color a ddioale pink With Jewel mMds and gold trtmmlnif Bert enamel flnUh ityllih and durable fSTREHBTH PURITY AHD FUVOB Stylish Belt Buckl Handsomely gold plated with Roman CnUh and set with ruby colored Jewel In the center tmi win be by welcomed for dreesed np ooeaaloM the ladles who like to wear different colored sashes The gold nnUa goes well with any of them CM van far 30 Hen atassp heads uid a 2 j BaswasaaaaaBm 3LjHvlllif JaV arBVg4walMAjBJHV VSsVMUarQVvSB - ss rfSsfc3 tdagansnasil hlthatwS59faBarv A lieautr nvAT alAtltt sU tlmAuu wslu W Ur SO nee Jmif nwla BBBBnKBHeft9llmr a3 nt ttemp When ordering either cl S pleMe name roar nearwt Sxpre Offlce l there li uo expreM offlce looted In your Mwo 5nt by MprM prpld Ladle hii Sfd wt Box of Colored Crayons Scissors The JJon Bride rai of nice outline A collection et For 10 lien heads and a 3c stamp Tine wax crayons fifteen different colors accompanied with outline pictures for coloring Xach crayon Is wrapped with strong paper to prevent break ing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M5 Length five Inches suitable for cutting trimming and general household use Oiven for 12 Hen heads and a 3c stamp Lad leg Apron quality lawn with alternate reTerinsr and tucks broad hem at bottom and Is neatly gathered at waist a very superior and stylish article Slse 96x40 Inches 01 van for 20 Men heads and a 2 ceat stamp Made of good Childs Drawing Book pictures bound into book form with sheets of tissue paper be leaves tissue pages the Razor Mailed free for 12 lien heed cat frees Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 ceet itemp An uniuually fine picture from the brueh of the noted German arUrt Gabriel Max It U founded on Chamtteo jmwn The Ltoni Bride The story la lntereitinf tween the On these oenlwafiS and we send with eaoh pioture a hand some folder containing oopy of the poem and telling all about it 8UUSiiiche Fruit Picture BnBWSWSBWSWJ children can trace the pictures beneath thus affording enjoyment as well as instruction to the hand and eye These drawing books and the box of crayons go very well together There are six different kinds and each drawing boek requires 6 Hen heads and a 2 cetit stamp Olvsn for 35 Hon heeds and a 3 cent stamp A first class razor made of best Fngllth steel and extra hollow ground j Rubber Dressing Comb For 10 Hon heads asMI a 3 cent stamp Length 7 Inches foil slse and weight Made ot genuine India rubber finely finished Appropriate for a ladles dressing-case or for use In the household pupils These three schools are maintained in the most generous manner by the Stain and consequently rank among the fore- Â¬ most in the world for their emoieney It is strange to say but true that onl a small part of ths entire number of de fectivs children within the school sops of six and eighteen get the bent fit of what is freely offered by the State Tin ia particularly so with ths blind children of the State About one hundred ami twenty five yearly receive instruction si ths Institution lor the Blind in Louis Â¬ ville though it is estimated there art more than five times that number growing up in ignorance in Kentucky The school receives all children whose eye sight is so defective as to prevent their setting an education in schools for the Â¬ Â¬ Old fashions in dress may be revived The general admission to the Expobut no old fashioned medicine can reÂ¬ sition grounds Is only 10 cents place Obamberlains Oolie Qbolers and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by A K Q00D MEN IN CHARGE Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Stepheosport A lages Â¬ There arealao in a separate building equal and similar privileges provided for Wedding at Balftowa Big Agricultural Balltowo Oct 6 8peelal Mr Dun rldge County can Pate and Mias Eva Eskridge a prom Â¬ inent couple from the Tar Springs netfb Mr Robert F Dulaney has written to borhood were quietly married at the home of the bride Sunday evening Oc-Â¬ the Commercial Club that he has or Â¬ tober let The cermony was performed ganised the Oloverport Agricultural aad by Bev Richards pastor of the Piagah Improvement Society Oloverport has never before had a regulatly organised church They have a legion of friends aad rel clnb but earnest men are in shame of atives who join with this correspondent the society and It promises to be a atrong and useful organisation for the in wishing them a long and happy life development of the countys natural ad Â¬ Â¬ aad Improvement Society Organised la Breckea- - colored chilren Ws print this notice in order that any oas who knows of a defective ohild of suitable oondition to be taught now HARDIN growipg up in ignorance may get the beutfit of what the State so freely offers Ho greater work of benevoleace osn Mr Ones Stoat is ill be dons and a postal card addressed to The farmers areall busy sewing wheat any of the institutions mentioned will and rye secure full Information as to the simple Ws are baring some pretty weather forms to be observed to secure admission at nressat Talcs Dr Bells Oeenk Syrws SjMMrfww aajottwti lewreeew far Iff tMi IKE gK man Glendeane David Moorman Glen dean Luther Hendriok Balltowo James Robbed ths Grave Ohapln Oloverport Henry Waggoner A startling Incident of which Mr Oloverport Green Beard Hardinsburg John Oliver ot Philadelphia was the Lafe Green Falls of Rough Harvey subject is narrated by him as follows EngHshBtepbensport Courier Journal I was in a most dreadful condition My skin waa almost ysllow eyes sunken PUBLIC SPEAKING tongue ocated pain continually la back Â¬ aad sides no appetite gradually grow ing weaker day by day Three physiÂ¬ John P Haswell Jr Repubtlcan can Â¬ cians had given me up Fortunately a didate for the Lsgisiatare of Bracken- county will speak at the following friend adviaed trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the Pl Balltowa Friday October SO first bottle made a decided improvement Oloverport Saturday October 21 continued their uae for three weeks I Coster Monday October 23 and am now a well man 1 know they t Hnrieoavillc Tneeday October 24 rVA nl McDaniela Wednesday October 36 another victim No oue should fail to West View Thursday October 26 try them Ouly 60 cents per bottle at Short A Hay nee Draw Store He Invites Mayor J A Barry Demo Â¬ cratic caadtdste aad Geo fJaraed the Populist candidate to be present and par- Â¬ HISS TIABEL WHITEHEAD ticipate in the dlscusstoos Auy change in these dates desired by Hold a tiood Position la thn Caa the other candidates wilt be conceded aclton S boot a Speaking to commence at 1 oalock pm Mias Mabel Whitehead of Oannelton p anna J through this place Saturday on The editor of the Farm Journal asks Why hare a mortgage 00 the farm her way to spend Isanday with her aunt poor crops sour bread grip leak in the s Hmos Indiana Msm Whltanesd is s aUee of Mm roof bole in the pocket ekeletoa in the lohn David frregevy wife wheat she tofft oenny othet pain ae toonble yen ens fat tint Jtost Jean sal lo siMnt the past summer line tn ye wag all f MO ML Ul A rxtiaptional ability both ia itasfe the asanas a 196 and 18 nearly five years by pay Â¬ mihI wiin f leads wherever in ing a year ia advance for the Bam i 1 t lllil I ilt infi Nw ruia you cu do it vou Hi i h too Mb 1 The flayor Respond T V Joiner Presidsntand Mrs F Mrs J Feny Secretary of the W 0 T U Laoias I reeognis your right to ask the candidates the question propounded la the last Issue of the BaaoxawaiDoi Haws aad cheerfully respond by sayiag that I act la favor of prohibiting the auenulaotnre and sals of intoxicating liquors aad will if elected representa tive earnestly favor any legislative act which will farther the cause of temper ance la tbs State Very Beepectf ully Joair A Bjjbby Â¬ Â¬ vantages Mr Joha D Babhage editor of the BancrnniDOX Nawa is the secretary and treasurer Hs was a delegate to the State oomreertnef convention and took a prominent part tat its prooeedines The following were alerted to fill the offloosof the society Edward Oglesby president Oloverport John D Babbage flsst vice president Oloverport John D Babbage secretary and treasurer Olover- Â¬ port Vice presidents for the magisterial dis trictsWilliam Miller Hardinsburg Thomas Lyons McQuady W R Moor Â¬ Â¬ ad sifcse whice Fell aad Wauer iMpKHKcnnnr BiwacaaH aStcMoa aad all pUwtor hif iMSrvS Aa Of SORTS Weather Per Ostsfcsr Predtotton k Hfske October may be summed uplaeeord1ng to Hloks as follows From about ths Snd to 4th look for a warm wave to pass aastwardly over the country with a falling baronterndiiig lastorms of rain wind and thunder with early snow to west and north very prob able aad high northwesterly salsa bring-bnjup the rear and eaoaiag vnry sharp aad sadden ehaage to colder The second regular storm period ia from 8th to 11th Look for storms of rain wind aad thunder with cold sweepÂ¬ ing geJes from the Meftaeast 0haasfc warmer aboatlStb rseahv lBflfat from slsesrlcai stonas then etauMgfj to oeld rales with jtraeahle sleaMUsnow aovthfMfd turn shoot thoHlth to the ISth A sharp cold wave with frost and freeaiiuj will bring up the mar el these aTsturbaaosa ehaips to sleet and snow bs ginninsanjan the period westward About the aoth to ths 23d a changa to warmer with general return to etorm conditions will pass from west to east over the country Followed by much colder weather about ths 24th toMtb From 97th to Wtb thunder storms may be expected ending suddenly in sweeping winds from the Northwest high barometer aad a cold wave The frost baa stolen a lot of the far mers corn Misses Olara Hardin aad Mary Payne went to OUrrernort Tneeday Messrs Henry Stoat and Jos Russell are attending tba Owensboro Fair Mrs Annie Stoat of Louisville Is vis Â¬ iting ber husbands parents Mr snd Mrs Obas Stoat of Hardin She will leers this week to visit her brother James Ramsey in Indiana lammomnmmBBmmmamB yy A bright Dorothy and Her Friends H Naval Box Kite I HNtf zrifc ensery picture I See It Ply For 8Uon heads and a 3c stamp A bright cheerr nilcture represent ineallttlesirlDlay- Ing with her chick ens and her rabbits The predominating colors are rich reds and greens Slse Â¬ Inches Olvsn for 8 lien heads and a 3 cent stamp Slse 18x24 50 Foot Clothes Line 14x28 Inches Vor 10 lkm hsada and i ent stamp ws will mall It ttaned ready for bandog Oiven for IS Hen heads and a 3 cent stamp Made of closely muni uumw threads strong and will give the best ot satisfaction MMmiis wants one and older fly Kvery American boy The cele- Â¬ brated box kite now so popular Thirty Inches long and conies safely folded but can quickly bespread to V Game India persons also are Interested Hailed free for 40 Hen heads cut front lien CeWec wrappers and a 2 esnt stamp Similar to Far chest which has been played In east em countries since before the dawn of history The Illustration shows plan of the game with usual counters dice and dice cups ao comnenyliur it A which nenriia never tire of playing oiven for 30 Ikhsv beads and a 3 cent stamp nut Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else too Dont overlook it You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists THB ABOVB ARJB ONLY A PfiW OP THB UON COPPBB PREMIUMS Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Dontmlsaltl The grandest list of premiums ever offered I IMPORTANT NOTICE SPKE OO Ym always knew LION COPPBB bj the wrapper K Is a sealed pack- Â¬ age with the liens head In front It Is absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken UON COPPBB Is roasted the dav It leaves the iactarv IWhea writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope paresge win ine iwh nsaaa n mere man ia wen nsaaw are sent yen let 3JJJ save eestaee ey tnmmiag sown we margin ask your grocer far l Illustrated premium list Address all letters to the WOOLSOH Toledo Ohio ftPs Â¬ tive and have a keener fore sight into the mure There are several farmers in this sec Â¬ tion who are saeeoenful in producing large quantities and fine varieties bat Chester Besvln one of oar greatest hast lers has exhibited the most remarkable product probably sver grown in this vicinity It is a pumpkin weighing 77 pounds It is now on exhibition at 0 Â¬ DO YOU INTEND TO DUILD DO JP IF YOU WRITE TO MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICES ON WILL COMPANY 4B4 B Fates store oolderanbls It Hits ths Spot When sunerinn from a severe oold end your throat and lungs feel sore take a doss oi Isleys I1 JUnsy aad Tar loess will be at whan the ansa I warm great not rei foshajt eje assHti of the parts af fsessd anil be sxpertoased aad you will say H feels so good It hits the spot A K fisher Otover It is guaranteed L b A Witt Haxiiiuabuig nrhut id iwhwvejldjji 1 Keep it ia Tear JCme And when the bowsls fall to set proper Â¬ ly take a dose of Lvotrs LaxatiV Btbcp It sets gently bat sneotnally oa False teeth will do to sat with but IN IRVIMnTilH Evry Wednesday and Thursday after -the kidneys liver and bowels will keep glass eyes wont do to see with Loss of in s wi fourth Monday in Eaoh Month your system In good working order and sight Is a serious thin g Granulated lids Difficult work tuoh aa Bridges and Crowns a specialty make yonr oomplexlon steer styes and sore eyes often result in ths latest ajpplianoes used Good work tuuraateed lost of sight Sutherlands Sagte Ere BALLTOWN Salve is a guaranteed sure It strength Â¬ ens weak eyes It is natmless Health la moderately good Many Jane Abroad Saoosss to the good old Xsw Tbe Inhabitants of Japan are a oul Owen Wbitebonse bat returned from tared people and devote math attention Daviess ooantv to matters of education In sending FN Briekeyaad fanaily Sotneining handsome in the way of a Fine Dtater or Tea day with relatives oa Beats folk oeir xjto xoantuttvou tuirt smm oium Mtt ADgui educated they patronise our American Samuel Beavia lost a iae botes lest and Grarmaa Obion Dinner and Tea Seta ever ihown in Institutions almost exclusively week It wm Ueksd to oeaik by anotb This la shown by tbe census figures plana sr boras given in the Inland Printer of October Miss Lola Briokey has returned from Dont buy ahep infoior ware when you can get OI846o the total number of Japanese a two weeks visit with relatives on studsnts seat abroad 1178 are la the quality CMnaal a lata prioe Oome and be convinced J Beech Fork United States 139 la Qsrmsay 47 ia line of Fancy Qeodt to be seen al all times add at the li Mias Ida Frank aad Pearl Fella and Basnte aad Russian colonise 46 in Bag prioee W W Whalea represented this place lsnd and Bngitsh colonies 11 inOhiaa at the Association 14 in Oorat and 10 ia France BRING YOUR PRODUCE TO MB I PAY Our American system of education Is The Teachers Association which con vened at Hardina school hoose Satur- Â¬ thus done great honor to and we appre HIGHEST PRICH3 day waa well attended ciate tbe compliment and trust that SCHOOL BOOKS Miss Mary Miagus bat returned from these youag Japs who are imbibing so Olovorpert where she bat been visiting freely from our edooatloaal fountaiaa will upon their return to their native ber sunt Mrs Mary Mattlngty SCHOOL only the truest Mlm Nellie Wbltehonse Bslltowns country oarrv with teem of char oi na belle has returned from an ex- sort American Ideals ETCn tended visit to relatives In Hardlaburg The most stubborn oases ei Bronchitis Mr Biehard Perkins who is employenooumb to BALLARDS flOMBOUMJJ ed at used sawyer at a sew still Is DaÂ¬ SYRUP Price aft aad 10 env A B viess sonaty speat Sunday with bit pa Planer Ih usajet GROCER IBB rasits at thn plena MI wish I was s teasher sighed the The present dry sool weather is not Became Its so very pleasant to the farmers especially MnaU girl -- WhyY Jfita those who are not done sowing wheat meek easier te learn the questions than This varus the bmner to be mors atten it Is to loam tbe aaswerr B J MatUngly one of the oldest settlers of this place is making prepara LONOI DIMTANOK TKLKPHONK tions to move to Oloverport He has lived hers for many years and tbs post offloe owes its name to him He has F R WILDER S8 Fourth St Louisville Ky sold bis farm to B F Frank who will reside there in tbs future Mr MatUng ly and wife will be sadly missed by their many f risnds and relatives but ws trust that tbs remainder of their days may be spent In pesos and happi Mr Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds Etj LOUISVILLE KY J M HARDIN Â¬ lillaal I i Â¬ HARDIN WILDER ZDZEIfcTTIS ife the DID YOU l WANT Â¬ Â¬ SUPPLIES I ETC ETC Â¬ R P HIGGINS UP-TO-DA- TB j- ixtbSs i t T vrv m i - K9n1niBHa- 7fpswprwfwir r1 Httiftil niHr i RKWS 11 ISM wbobbaT out r QUEEN OF THE YEAR Fairest of all rarest of ail Queen of the months of the year Fid Bone town have Bonny and aright horn to delight track eata a rtry oommendable tad In Royal October is here the abase of erasede ftsjaiast own Tbejr hate beaded together to soppress Tallow and red leaves overhead U hftbit asnog tbBMeltres and each Forest and meadow ablate one flftftf ht making nnpliaaant remarks Bow at her throne humbly and own about another ia eabjccted to ft small Hone is o worthy of praise fine In proportion to the offense At tba Farm Journal end of the year tba fines ara to bo donat Â¬ ed to tho Kings Daughters In tbia way they bono to braak np tbt ugly lit Â¬ mmmmmmmMmimmtmmmmmmmA tle habit which la notbing alaa than tba -rnnallaosa of human nataro Tbo nlorm whoihor H aoooaoda aatlaf actorily or not AGRICULTURAL PROG- Â¬ a badness of such Importance tarlety cannot Ml entirely o good results It and attractiveness as to command our RESS AND PROFIT admiration our industry and oar best waa proaanUd by good motives and provaa thai Um young ladloa bat plenty thought of pluck la pick tho boam from tboir yalnaftle Among tbo interesting and own oyoa ftaftV Harrodobanc Democrat papers presented at the Farmers Nation How To Flml Oat al Congress at Boston laet week was one Fill a bottle or common alass with V ought to know that whan suffer by Franklin Dre Secretary New Jersey at U U iag from any kidney trouble that Board ol Agriculture on Agricultural your water arid let it stand twenty four a or settling imHefttoe aafe bom romodr ia Foley b Kidney Progress and Profit Space will permit hours sediment an unhealthy condition of the kldaey money refunded ire Gaaranteed or its to print here only a part of It After RFiahw Oloyerportj B A Witt describing at some length the begin if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to linsbar nings in agricnUnre and drawing some pass it or pain in the back is also con significant comparisons between means vineing proof the kidneys and bladhare Ara Others Dewey Says and methods a few decades ago and now der are out of that order airal George Dewey the man Mr Dye touched graphically upon the WHAT TO DO whom all eyes are turned and future of this great industry Among ho has received the greatest oration other things he said There is comfort in the knowledge so oyer given an American hero ia a level What can farmers do as a class or often expressed that Dr Kilmers headed man He w too emart a matt to their own improvement The greatest Swamp Root the great kidney remedy over contract that fatal dieeaee common good can only be secured by organisation fulfills every wish la curing rheumattsm y known aa the swell head The New and 00 operation There is no sueh pro- pain in the back kidneys liver bladder York Son telle the following little tale portion of the population engaged in a and every part of the urinary passages which illustrates this point single calling as there is in this By or It corrects inability to hold water and Tbo Admiral was in jolly spirits He ganisation local and general the far- scalding pain in passing it or bad effects told about a letter he had recently re Â¬ mers should pnt in the State and Nation following use of liquor wine o beer ceived from an old friend which began al Legislatures men who would represent and overcomes that unpleasant necessi Dear George and continued by nay their interests And in doing this they ty cf being to compelled to go often dar- Â¬ ing that the Admiral had become a good would advance the interests of the peo- Â¬ ing the day and to get up many times deal of a fellow within a comparatively ple By organisation and oo operation during the night The mild and extrashort time The writer reminded him farmers oould regulate local taxation ordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon that there were others but said that if improve their schools keep and extend realiEd It stands the highest for its he waa careful he might get to the top free rural mail delivery buy lower and wonderful oures of theMmost distressing pinnacle of fame some day if he had sell higher improve their business meth- Â¬ oases If you need a medloine you good luck od and by discussion among themselves should have the beet At druggists fifty There waa a world of wisdom in that improve their ability to take part in cents or one dollar letter said the Admiral and it does a publie affaire a great need They should You may have a sample bottle and fellow good to get one of that kind now lay hold of the market end of their busi- a book that tells more about it both and then It tends to prevent him from ness study its demands and cater to sent absolutely free by mall if you send getting a swelled head you know There them in order to obtain larger profits your address to Dr Kilmvr Co Bing are others and a lot of em To do this it would not be neoessary to hampton N Y When writing be sure enhance the price to tba oonsumer no and mention that you read this gener- Â¬ Dr Bulls CHli Syrup the peoples much but to get the produot to him ous offer in the Bbbckbkhiixik Nkws Meadha been in ue over filty years Ic curat without passing through so many bands the ecvereit affect too ol the throat and lung each a bronchitii grippe laryngitis and incipient and in a better condition Consumers HOW TO Price only ajcentt abotlle coneemption GET interests call for tbeir co operation in BETTER ROADS tbia matter They should learn how to Whore Success Lies advertise and do more of it Please the hay few people are born with extraeye and the appetite and the pocket ry talent Successful people gan- A thorough believer in good roads is book will disgorge The farm Itself and A W Campbell provincial instructor in Hf owe more to persistent effort than dairy should be so well cared for that iral ability It is better to be born the road making for Ontario On account of firmer will not be ashamed to put Itta ft will to work than to In born with the the thinly settled condition of most his name and the name of his place on a X An earnest purpose is the way parts of the country he finds the roads in bulletin board at the entrance rather bad condition and the system of rpj in any undertaking A boy Do you ask what organisation is best wilrnVoro rarely make his way iu the caring for them in some instances rather farmers farmers institute is the world if Im baa to struggle with difficult The winter school of methods It affords a primitiye He advises to do away with ea and the sooner he learns that he is payment of taxes by labor on the needed opportunity for improving the the not naturally endowed with talent the roads This same method of payment business of agriculture The local club sooner bo goes to work Chattanooga labor baa been found unsatisfactory is helpful also But for the greatest in 2 am parts of the United States He organisa- Â¬ in many good we should belong to such would levy a rate of assessment on the tions as are both State and National in The Farm Journal has nearly two character A progressive farmer township million readers each issue it is putting theiraleo keep For road purposes the township needs will in touch with progressive in a new press that will print 300 copies ideas by paying for and reading some to be divided into four or five divisions minute it ia the beet farm paper in money apportioned equally one or more of the leading agricultural and the America and it pleases the women folks among them A road commissioner will papers all to pieces We have made a special Agricultural progress and profit The be appointed who should advise and arrangement by which we are able to consult with the town oouneil The j fa me uiuium latter depends upon the former No anna ftah a 1 riu juuiuhi iui tlin ftAnlAM tA progress no profit Profit is gain be- Â¬ council would lay down the general plan tua Lim of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1902 and including the width and depth of the yond expenditure excess of value over 1908 nearly five years to all subscribers roads character of drainage etc No ooet In a fair study of this question of of the Bhckbxhiixik Nbwb who pay a road should be narrower than 18 feet profits the expenditures on the farm year in advance Important roads should be at least 24 and for the family now and In former That a wide feet wide All the direct work of con- Â¬ times must be considered What do you think of this for a pray difference is found between the fore part struction whioh la hauling gravel ditch- Â¬ 4mt Little Mary had been away from and the latter half of the present oentury ing bridge building and drainage will borne for two weekB On her return her must be admitted What the farmers of be done by contract supervised by the little playmate Ella Day entertained tha earlier period allowed were largely commissioner Repairing will be done her by showing her some new play- Â¬ but the plain necessities of common by the day under the direction of the things At night Mary in saying her lives Farmers now in large numbers commission who would also have the prayers added 0 Lord bless Ella Day procure and enjoy the luxuries and ac care ol road making machines and full and make her a good girl so I can take cessor lee of modern life equal to any in newer to employ or discharge men with- Â¬ away all her playthings from her and other callings of equal means Again out interference by the oonncll Finally abe wont want em back again profit is intimately connected with Mr Campbell advises work should be economical practice I do not speak of commenced with a definite end in view economy in the matter of self denial but and continued from year to year if niees the entire road system is as it relates to wastefulness I speak of sary until proper brought to standard American farm manures I believe that for every Agriculturist land in the United acre of agricultural States there is an annual loss of at least Dr Bulls combines 50 cents in plant food from the barnyard Um Lading Specialists of America At this low estimate new and valuable medicinal agencies accumulations 20 YEARS IN OHIO there being 4 664641 farms in the United It advaooes a new theory in the treat 250000 CUBED States ol average eiatof 187 acres we ment of oougbs oolde lung and bron have an annual loss for the whole ooun clilal affections It oures aad cures WE CURE EMISSIONS try of 311687908 In the newer pro- quickly It affords immediate relief to NulbJnc can be mora demoralmnr to aad many who were ductive repions of the West it is total eoneumptivea I roan or middlo aced men than the pret-The middle West farmers are awakening thought to have ooneumption have been roduoe weakness nervouinew a reeling I to this miserable policy now and find it eared by its use 4isut ana whom lrln 01 jinptmi net uufit a nan for butinetn married ia necessary to husband home reeouroes tm ami noMal haDulneaa Na matter Saving Seed Cera whether caused by evil habiti in youth of plant food by rotation of crops and natural weakness or sexual excostes our Each year ia some seetleos of the story of all positively New Method Treatment will uttlixttion of manure The enreyoo the Atlantic State farms la one of ex Â¬ country the com is act fully aaetnred NO PAY NO We are beginning to restore because of late planting or aa early frost haustion Header yuu need help Early abate or production by the use largely of However our most sooeessfal farmers soil later electee may bar weakened Jc commercial manures This ia well Bnt nearly every year select their seed orn Kinosort mar have diseased you You are not sard till eared Our ew atetnad When aa exception Â¬ why not at the same time take oaae of at basking time will oure 70a You run bo risk This done and ally well developed aad folly ripened the home produot wisely applied the bill for the other ear ia Uft with a few husks attached and Yoatur ataa You are Dale feeble oould be largely reduced or if it were pat into the crib with the remainder of eud bagsardi nervous irritable and ex liable You become forgetful moroe ooutlnued the product from both would the crop It simply indicates at a giant BuJ aenpoodoat blotebee and pimples what is considered the best for seed sad taken eye wrinkled face stooping be much greater than It now is t waand downcast countenance reveal the dairy business another a when tba corn is reotoved for feeding or In it of your existence source of great lost ia the support and other purposes the ears thus marked IRE VARICOCELE care of boylne boarders And yet thai are thrown In a pile by themselves or er li w serious your lon im may have had it our farmer while complaining will not is wbea hauled from the field are stored ia frtft- alfllloli 1IOCATMKNT will augurate a system of weighing and a separate place or hong op oa wires or worm teins return to - The irmal umditluo and hence thi Ik meaeoring whereby he can determine poles as la oar graadfatbeie day Tbia annal organe toceive roier nourish M Tne oifaii become vltallieu an posttively whether each cow ia being hanging ap preeets removes by exposure si it miij ur iuhmk cease and m kept at 11 profit or not We have not all sorplos moisture consequently there hwui rmuru H Ho uunporarr W found that the price per boebel pound is no injury to the germ during aro L1K M PAY NO DKfKMI TION Nl ISAHY etc has laws ad in the same propor- - weather as is the case If not fully dry HON KKiiM HI rilMSBd If the season has been a wet one the tioa Bat ia another way the CURES GUARANTEED turns are well up with the progress indi sob ht full of moist am there is more or W HYFJI1LIH cure k cated For the yields per esse for farm less moisture in tne Kernel and tne ex UIHI ri tMI luNi IMlOTKNtY -- I 11 lll crops and per head for stock have been pansion caused by free x ng weather ia WllWfcLK BKMI 111 tMiKR AND KIU StI largely increased so tha the old sere detrimental to the germ which is in all NKV CONriUM ATION I111OUS KKKE CUARUK8 IKKK has more than doubled its yield under cases the Ufe ol the fotare pleat This uuabln to call wriU If UulUMllthe new management and the modern attention takes bat little time sad la llii IILAHH for UUHI far ft J TUr trill Nl cow produces as much as two or three of maay oases iasores a fuller better stood 1 MM We are doing better than of plants However if there is from ex her ancestor KFNNFnY KFRfiAM the formerly There is progress and with It perience the least doubt about H FOURTH ST increasing profit buder intelligent man germinating qualities of this or say CINCINNATI O agement The future of agrlealtsre other seed make n extra effort 10 vo rests tarsjoiy with the tatevem Is it not eftjis good seed thou test it tUt a dosea girls ia GROCERIES IJIt flflO r vi 10c- - 9 Â¬ nil to a high standard of excel lence When you buy of us we sell you what you pay for and you will buy again in quart jars JTI IiCCWe oarrT bestbrands In baskets Plum Quince J LLW It O Strawberry Blackberry Raspberry thLe fflir LflllCu - Are used three times a day in every family Our Grocery Department is very complete it n M l i I V CgCtciDlCS Â¬ 20c iJ V - iSa Hi inli in Tell i ii um i ifci - - - JL 1 wJVJLi JLw They are first class and we give you r full count M K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Crackers Biscuits Oysters Cheese All these goods are fresh and have just been put on our shelves Look into your pantry and see if jou do hot need some of them If o call at the 4laW4 t m ji mu THE UP TOWN BLOUSE Handling Corn Fodder Owing to the coarse nature of this ce- Â¬ real it is more difficult to handle than any other farm erop Thert are a great many devices of low racks so that the stalks may be carried in armfula onto them but undoubtedly the quickest way is to tie the stalks into good bundles and have one man pitch and the other on the wagon Then in unloading tbeie is not that loss which occurs in a load of loose stalks I cut my com with a bind- Â¬ er do not untie the bundles at busking but simply turn them around a few times A table ia used to lay the bundles oa while husking thus saving a rood deal of back bending to the busker and more palatable leaves for the stock than with the old way of kneeling oa the com I stock the stalks near the door of the bay loft driveway and in winter cat the stalks with a fodder cutter and feed ia the barn Found for pound the out corn fodder gives us better returns In the milk pail than the beet hay In many instances corn is hauled from the field unhueked stacked ia a shelter-Â¬ ed place sad husked after tbe rash of tall work is over In this way the field is oleared before frost allowing it to be run through with the sod cutter or plow- Â¬ ed When com has been shocked with- Â¬ out tying into bandies a good way to load is to lean a wide board against the rack and one end at the butts of tbe shock to be loaded Have a strong rope with a sling at one end to draw around the head of the shock Tbe awn oa the load aided by the oae oa the ground at the start can easily slide up a large shook A smooth wide hardwood board is the beet Those who bare not tried this will be surprised whet aa amount can be handled ia this way H Pfaeo der Minneseota BCIvIPSB WAkWWVAVw leaden PROUD CLOTHING We are in syfvvayey m r ij HARDINSBURG KY i A1 vt e fAAHSSA New stock of k OF IT Dont fail to look at our stock be- Â¬ fore buying surpriayou Our prices will People who make their pur chases here We are endeav- Â¬ oring to show tho largest lino in the otranty this fall Dry floods Just received Call and look at them ooeooeeaoeees ey whA 1 Our Prices t Fancy Are the Groceries Lowest on I HI I I I li 1 rill Hardware c All Goods Tinware KY Come See IRVINGTON and ii Our Stock 9mmMmm99mmt099999mmmmmm9m Glassware i i i ti miYnmN 1 i eV eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee flA rVHI Pot vaa SawVeVUsalfifthe BjrwasMiuvB ft u V YOU HAVE A standing invitation to make J our store tout headquarters Highest market price paid T xnr Boots and Shoes Hat 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anSBCaanaaWBr IsW anfHsW MHI ikmmtMsar i at iws wit Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement Iht y ti It WILL ATTEND TO MS YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED it liOi PENNYROYAL PILLS imiiMiwii iiuluiuaA aud fljf iu i v i r m Wook- - U JTot eale W dnicfnifah Itt- MvJTTItCUKMUALo br Boit ktitfm Dmaadste Ofcworpor Ky Is - They aro UTO of UMinatraatiuu nulug- ieiriloptijfut ul wuuianbood fur women ojuaU tli kuwwa Acetone a oleaau re if KU hi k uiiu na i I IUH lmilU iiuiui u irirl at rudy lrt H m i ii nl H ui i fi N Mi ti j - SarWiaaalj mm T pmhii wSBaTfflwCTnsBnnna mm RIDGE WEDNESDAY M NEWS 11 NEWSPAPER WOMAN Qoalltiaa Daaamded Por and Success Suretf la AIIAround Work The jonrnallatlo field offers many op mmmmmi The Empire Disq Drill Best Disq Drill made This is a saperb machine and will give perfect satisfaction where a xtoe Drill will not work It will never clog up with oom stalka weedt and great or fool trash of any kind It does not make any difference how hard the ground is or how thick the trash it will do excellent and sooottsfnl work Theres just one right way to sow seed just one way thats aooorate reliable and profitable all at the same time and thats the EMPIRE DRILL way There are 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 For Henderson Route tabfilk Tlsss OCT 1809 A DAIRY OP DAIRIES several years women have had charge of the womens pages in the large dailies Rarsst at TSats but It la only of recent years thai they have taken np the regular all around work of a weekly Even ten years ago Ui moat Ideal dairy In ex Meips is that of tbe Princess of WsJes when I entered the Held people won- Â¬ III Wuob not odIt aha bat her various dered bow a woman could do snoh work eaVegaters have learned to make the Well do I remembtr toy initial aieetlng parfeot battar The walls are cov- - with the New York editors when one of iwtth tilea preaentad to the Prince the men here today qneried me regard- Â¬ etWsJes who placed them here aaa ing nay methods of collecting news and sftrpria to the Royal deirvsaalde They naked how I would report a dog fight made in Bombay and are oi a But the novelty and ourioaity are wear- and woman has become A 4m fteaoock bloe she roae tba a id factor in many fin da Steele being Intertwined maktutd thistle printli g cmoes thaaaotto IchdUfl white marble oonnter rannlig TBB OBJIBBAL UTILITY WOMAN ejovusd the room holda ailTer pane of My knowledge was obtained in the Milk from the Alderneya graslag with office of a country weekly where perAbove this on broad bracket dot haps about half ones time is devoted to shelves of marble ia a collection in and tba remainder to every Imaginable material of cows newsgathering any aud every thing else that needs at-Â¬ bttlloekaand selves Italian and ParisÂ¬ such aa canvassing for sub- Â¬ ian warble alabaster poroalain terra tention soliciting advertising and job scribers aoMa aad allrer all Rifts work collector etc I early learned A wag milk can painted by tba Prin Â¬ is no royal road to suooees ts Loaiae to match the Indian tiling that there gained only by persistent ef- Â¬ It can be Made In one corner and opposite la the and intense ap- Â¬ fort grit hand of the Prineeaa pat Alderaey with plication determination a allver plate recording hat virtues Womans Instinct adaptability aad Basis tba Prinotaa aometimaa chorna ia discernment naturally At bar for a place alitor ehnrn and la the next room the In newapaperdooi Bat there are cerÂ¬ batter for tba family ia made np and tain other qualities just as Indispensable afailraah aTary morning whea they are AmUpveft journalism Is I believe ii k4a London a love be ffftk Ammm nnnln la mait lfn IIMIa yond every ntial for socosss The work other ambition 7vbWaad aorolla all ready for table and should be the mainspring around whioh I fie PrinoaM requires a apecial order of every other purpose revolves No mat- Â¬ pite Not a grain of aalt ia allowed in ter what other interests she may have thamand tbay are made the alae of a they should hold a secondary place aa ball orown and the thickneaa of three compared with seal for the paper Of with either tba crown the ooat of itrma course the belief that bar paper lathe at the three feathers atamped on each beat will be a stimulus to put forth the OooriarJonrnaJ greatest possible effort ia its behalf If Diastases lost of appetite flatulency she have not that faith than aba had to make the paper tba best Mates are all conflicted with dj a better bustle inr InrltaMnclnn HKRRTNK will in the community Kvery paper should r be worked up to the highest possibls -- zi yon prompt reiiei rnee ou eta mre standard aad every ieeue should be kept A Piaher Prngaiat there It will pay in dollars and oents There is also the satisfaction which I A Practical Joke trust every editor hare baa enjoyed in Your paper is la strange that no one bnt a Kanaaa having subscribers say It paator foil of the life and energy that the best in the county we oooldnt keep bat oome to that state would have house without it Bach expressions thought of the phonograph aa hla sub will certainly be forthcoming if the stitute ia tha palpit while absent on a paper be what it ought to be vacation It is reported that an earnest XBW8 IKSTIMCT MOT MOMOFOUSBD BY KBM ana progieeaiTe pastor leaving nie nocx The woman journalist most have the for a vacation left a 30 minnte sermon same instinct for news gathering as a on a cylinder to be delivered at the man tba same quick discernment beÂ¬ proper time The hymns ware sang a tween jmws and gossip and the same brother had offered prayer and tha au alertness to grasp every opportunity and noaaoementa had been made whan one word for a fresh item A woman need of the deacons brought forward the lose none of bar womanliness in gather- Â¬ phonograph placed it upon tha palpit ing news no matter where it may lead ana announced Mwt wnen sat in mo- - her In fact it is absolutely necessary Hon it would give a devoted flock one that she letain every atom of her dig- Â¬ tba sermons which had so endeared nity or both she and her paper will suf- Â¬ Mm t It tail If Cars la feet Jess 18 MM CAST BOUND Mo L 4A Mo 44- - 61 to Mirer aad Ceeia- - portanltlse for womans talents ef HarMe m4 TUIaf la 4 wb I IP if 1 38 Itanhr IMi Wofthhkgtoa SVsnvSVaslS sat r is OrlflOi Matdnglr PaMt fewan fcr Siisian lad 18 400 4 mmmmmMmmmmmmmMmmm business men is Indispensable if she be successful A woman must cover every line as thoroughly as would a man She most rlsit factories mills railroad shops and depots law physicians and justices office go MoQUADY J W BLBseiLA PATE - - KENTUCKY wits isss Falosa Patrf SkiHawn i I til 4te 480 hrCiwilTeCayi e e e e e IMWwatVfllB PAYING THE DOCTORS FEE XNwhM Physkteas be Treated WKh Mere Jwvtieeby Their Patients anywhere and everywhere It la an amaaing fact that of all bills sent to a family that of the doctor Is in hundreds of families the last one to be paid and In more cases than It is pleas to contemplate it ia never paid at all writes fldward Bok in the October La dies Home Journal I have recently gone to the trouble to make some In quiries into this matter and have been astounded to find that not one fourth of the bills sent by doctors are paid with anything like promptness There is a quiokenlng of the conscience a simple resllsAtion of a proper sense of duty needed In this matter It ia high time in the case of hundreds of families that this matter should be brought home to their sense of fairness and justice And aa with them the doctors have for so many years been the last to receive their due in the payment of their bills it would be only simple justice that here- Â¬ No work after the last shall be first er 1n the field of human industry de serves better at the hands of the people whom he serves than the doctor and to pay his fee promptly and cheerfully is the least we oaa do for the service which he gives us Â¬ Â¬ getting acquainted with all newcomers in the town and keeping in touch with the best men and women When a new business man comes to Salamanca tba local editor of the Republican makes It a point to call upon him before the editors of the other papers if possible lie is given a copy of the paper and invited to call at tba offlw In this way the name of that paper ia impressed on bis jnind and we all know the value of firs im- Â¬ pressions IM oan iunltMlt at joat ramad MrfHrtly aumnni aiaetlr ai rprwi TNI NHl W ihUhi tkrtMllaf Mk MMOOS SMUTSwr aiMiu toe or w Our apeolal Offer Price SIS SO T and Mm ISOpea-df-nd- osain am w mint mm um blba-aiAa th imp 7J lURffl ttifrVwi tatatflSlIS ssr -- sssu eat thin Holt Add VIWI Mirawtb i s li Iv9 Â¬ BaaaSaeBaeBaeBaeai rvtarn Tour fit M anr d r tou r not MtUflad W till HI- - BBBaWaBBaBBBWnaWSaBBBBBBWi a plfcl mt bwim iMtlM l S1M f IOM IIIM SltMMav ll tMr Ummtt M Oar tn ttwtof Iwlila Ctalf MSISSO DROP DESK CAM IHXT annsxcK M by any bouse imtHI Tklua 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concerning their meetings duly chronicled It may be policy to join one or more of them but thev should be the most popular and influential oner By publishing Items of these societies the members are led to take more interest m the editor and her paper When year books and programs are wanted members will naturally go to that office for them and the editor will almost invariably be invited to at- Â¬ tend the annual receptions and banqneta of tba clubs The woman editor should make k a point to have her paper repre Â¬ sented at every social funotion of promi- Â¬ nence in the town The successful wo-Â¬ man journalist will be as solicitous for getting advertising and work as she ia for a news item A woman can often get ai ad where a man will fall It may be necessary for her to write the ads and she should make a study of that art A woman in a printing office will bring other women there when they waut Â¬ mm -- BB V rSBlLI I BnBTwH aVa SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK OAIIFJ l on llloitratlonihom 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Hendenoa EraurlUe SLLonk Baketi 116 Ar 716pm IS St 1S39 IS 66 10 40om 1S6 7J0a Had Foleys Honey aad Tar been used this story would have bad a happier ending A R Fisher Oloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg af 3d oi 7k n -- BjUf W 3J saaTr CURE No 45 and 46 have rnllman Bnftet Sleeptn Car and elegant high back Mat Piiinia-- Coach through between Loukvflle BvanavlUc and St Loul wlthoat change Not 41 and 44 hare elegant high back teat Paaa engcr Cooche and Parlor Car tervicc throogh be- Â¬ tween Loufovllle RvantySIc and St Loal wlthoat No 4 and 4 have Parlor Cart and elegant Coach between LouUtSIc and Braneville with- Â¬ out change kl Program of Teachers Asseclatiea anything in the printers line Women The 5th Magisterial District meeting are capricious creatures and it some Â¬ will convene at Ouster Saturday Oct times needs a woman to deal with them 28th at 10 oclock OPENING BXBBCISBS For instance Ill water that not half of Primary spelling reading and writing ths men in my hearing oan tell the latest George Collard siss for a married or single womans Advanced spelling Mies Bsosio Robvisiting card A great many men dont erts fer Uhecan report caucuses political apon the good deacon set the machine conventions and board meetings or ssk even know what the of their own Diacritical irarks E T Haraed in motion La giage lessons Miss Nellie Goodfor Interviews with strangers and meet card should be or what style of lettering Ho one can imagine the consternation with nothing but the utmost courtes is the latest fad Tet this la something man School organisation Warren Macy af tba congregation when the phono A murder case is not beyond the possi- Â¬ on which every newspaper man or wo School management 0 H Moorman fresh gave oat the song Dinah da bilities A very short time ago the man should keep posted One officn in How secure interest sympathy aad Amflhining Mooa Tha song ended writer had a little experience in that Salamanca I need not tell you which oo operation of patrons K 0 Fenlek Wtthara was no break tha terrible II Mil fvaai InahaJ In Ik www one baa made a study of that feature W1a1o MOON aa iwmw mA mmv UMW aaashine procteded to relate a number with a man charged with killing his Vben a woman comes to that office for Diagraming and parsing uses and bat not very Sunday or pal- - wlfs Ths man was induced to tell his gVvisiting card she knows she will get abuses T J Moore of Geography man drawing Miss Btisa uuuvnpjpjpjpvvJ MMtthus made I the correct thing and the very latest Jtscy Jn bat after vmvmiuafflPamT deacon- story and a good scoop 90 too if sbs wauls it A single order is a WM t History various over all the other papers When mmtfmA tha irreverent phonograph and sits down and thinks of such experiences small item bat for the whale year a Biatty Civil cleared i berried oat of tba church The much- - they do not appear especially pleasant decent little snm isway for in thia way Trent Government Importance J W paator might have been called other classes at the time all that ia forgotten in besides paving the bat Psychology John H SkiUaaan i a oouncil had it not been disoov OomeoelUoa bow teach It Miss Le the interest of getting the desired infor of work It is the infinite pains and asad that tha sermoo roedad phono- - mation direct from the1 principal in tha solicitous care taken in each branch of a na M Denton Physiology Practical valua Raymond Mpb bad boon left in charge of a eon affair Of course it takes a little grit and business that makes U a paying one if Bellah with tba weakness of a practl- - fearlessness to do such thins but attar How secure attention MisajwOarry WMXBB DIFMMAOY IS 0ALLBO VOB FL all teker Exchange Hayes e being ones dons a woman will laugh at There is another line of newspaper Morals manners and patriotism Mies the bagbear she bad imagined it might Bryaa at Central City for which women are especislly es Mattls MoOnfBn Lissie Earned be ttpassBTiai ianMHr aifhskAtsateMAwat r Trustees relation to the school H H qualified and that ia collecting Unless av vejaaa aawNvasv asayyvaaawaaaaiaasj er rUSDAMBKTAL BBQUIBITB COlf FIDBNOB r Qf aaaboro will be at Central a paper ia ran ou a strictly cash heals Hoskinson J W Meador Alva Lynch City An Daniel Trent aaatsavor will bo mads to have sxour Tha woman most at all times by her and I regret that so few are there is a We cordially invite one and all who amount of collecting to be done are interested in ths cause of education ka trains at a low rate of bus run from manner show that aba is on business year Unless the collecting be to oome oat and aid us in oar sffbrts ro aad BossemllB on that day and that she is not in quest of pleasure will reach Central City ia or notoriety or actuated by mere carios- done systematically there will soon be Abdbbw Dbisksll President f afternoon of October 10 His other ity If that role t strictly adhered to a Urge outstanding bills Women oan do J W Fowlbr Vice President To be sure this ats in this section will bo at woman will not kiss bat will rather atnjl this work admirably tee requires faith in ones powers of per Owens- - tha rssneet and confidence of tha men Leitehfleld Tke Author ef In His Steps Writes bar towte Ia fact the confidence of suasion for without such confidence she Another flessage will be a failure tHie most also start oat to get something Bev Charles M Sheldon anther of with a determination VERY woman suffering from any female trouble can fa even thoash It be a email sum from eysry I His Steps one of the most widely helped by Mrs Pinkbam Tola ateteanenxia Daaea on person to whom she goes She moat read books ia ths English lsngnage has Bound reaeoninff and an unrivalled record Multitudes carry a good stock of the power of written an article which estabHabes tba of Americas women to day bless Mrs Pinkbam for competent to go to a man again aad practicability of tba teachings of Chris yon are ill Her and common sense advice c Write to ber if again nntii in aheer desperation he is tianity as sst forth in his book which address ia Lynn Mass Absolutely no forced to py his bill This work is very have been pat to the test in laauatsra I suffered charge ia made for advice trying to ones temper but the saesesafa ble religious bodies the world over Mr r years and would surely have died seven 9 collector must keep unlimited store of Sheldon declined to write for publica but for your help writes Mas Gao good humor on tap as that commodity is tion any thing relating to his individual BAJNBtuixut Morea Pa to Mrs Pinkham frequently needed Men Like to be nice work in applying his teaching of la It is with pleasure I now write to inform to women and many of tbem will thank Hla Steps until others were mwdaeea you that I am now a healthy woman thanks a woman for calling on them for their that those teachings were aafbseblo to to your kind advice and wonderful medi Â¬ sabsorption Occasionally however a svsry day affairs He has noijf taken up cine I can never praise it enough I was man will pay bis bill running several bis pea and shown that Ute taajon from womb trouble and a constant sufferer years back aad than ask to have his What weald Christ Dot may be an Soanetimea Z lettoorrhcsa had a continual pain in abdomen name dropped from thesobsoriptloa list swered by every Christian atw the pre could not walk across the floor for three or foat weeks at a Ia Ctriafeaato Practi That la vexing to the best naturt bat cept folio wed time Siaoo u dna your medicine I now have no more not infrequently be can be laog iel and cal la Worldly AffairaT win be pab- ingnlown pains or tired Itehed ia the November lAaW H bluffed out of such a notion fcottage and am well and As a matter of course there srs many Journal hearty I abaU recommend I dlsapaointmsnls email vtxattoas and Lydla B Pinkhams Vege- Â¬ petty self denials but such are among table Compound to all my TO GROW TRUPFLfig the invariable and truing adjuncts of the suffering friends as the life of any self enpportlng woman If one be fall of grit and ambition suooees emale weakness Prof Walter T Swingle a rspreseata is as certain in the newapapar field as in tivsof the United States AjrieaUorel Mrs Susix J Weave any other line of work Margaret E Department sent abroad to explore for i 8ai CaliowbiU St Phila- Â¬ I ia Adorn in Newapaperdom delphia Pa writes that department baa asat frees France Dxar Mrs Pijucham I some traffics whioh be believes sen be Nature oau only food the ttiinj of life asVVAwBBBlBBBBBVsHH fcoJSUir had inflammation of the produced in this country Toe truffle with the food eaten which u dhytited womb and painful mu lTT5yy kjSfQPBBW growing industry in France now pro HERB1NB will reinvlgorato a weak Btrution and by your I cm SHuSgKnwsBBBW duces more than fo000000 aeanallv stomach and ao Improve digestion aa to U suivi e I began taking aa is well known are a facaas Trom natural bloom of health insure the Lydia K Pinkhams Vege growth like mushrooms but tbey are Price 50 eta A R tfiiher UruKgial Have table Compound found from ten to twelve inches b low taken four bottle and used VISjInI K2aaaaaalaBsaaBBBBBaflBBBBnBSaVI iho harm Journal is chokn full of the surface ol the ground clinging to the cue package of Sanative roots of trees sod the aid of trained KtiiupUou and hits the largest urLulttthm Wash aud feel like new It s hoxsor doipi is req aired to discover thsm ol ttny limn paper iu the world woman 1 thauk you so We offer it tor a abort Tne truffle grows from July until early good everywhere ruuvb for hut yoor mcil-time as a prise to advance paying sub Â¬ winter aad la found in rich clayey sartb cine has done for me scribers to the BsaoKSMBioaa Nawa a only at the roots of oak beeoh and birch MSt it yrr alirad and ths Farm Journal tor the trees- - The traJ8s ere eaten raw sliced UM end il of 1900 1W1 1008 aad dipped in oil or egg but general r buuuu iMrly rive years aii for the they are served with gam or it a ItxXI Â¬ r New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and change EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS 3D Ntft kUk Strut ST L WBW JeSFMLLAMS For sale by A B Fisher Oloverport Ky BDGAR HILL TraCc Maaager LonkruU Ky L H 4 St L h FirrfsYUIc firucb TIMETAMJENeIB se IN 1FF0T SUNDAY JUNE 18 WeitBauad Train No St 1809 Â¬ Kat Bound Train No5t 646 Lv PM STATIONS N3ttNo Ar 646 TU up-to-d- metbods-r-Albsr- 08 19 38 18 7 86 7 46 7 6t 7 7 7 7 Irviagten OarSold Ilarned Kirk Jolly Hardlatburg Juacilon 1 1 Mesvsjai Junction I Pall of Rough Dnrpeter Rockvale Kutn A9eaBlMsstr itj 609 60S 600 466 446 489 487 416 400 SS8 Lv 8X1 690 Â¬ Â¬ 88 i 00 BOS Aktna Oaka 8s9 V V 916 Ar FM Forckvflle 816 m aVTatnwaaae as 2 ALL WHO PAY FOR THE X Daily Traini 41 4 43 and 44 connect ot Irviagtoa with Train No 3 and f for point on FontevSM branch Train 1J4 and snm daily Tram No a end 4 eonaact atlrviagton with Mala Line train 41 4 41 and 44 FARM JOURNAL ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE Shorthand MWW BIT Penmanship Ete taught E Â¬ Book aad blank rasa The prwdpal oi thi tcnoo systam of hoohkMping author of uw which i ia thousands of public aad private Khooh incmdiDc th public kWooU of New York and othar largo cities Th LaAOuta tystcm of Shorthand i taught Students from every ou caa graouaie in your sfahs time be it ever r Nttle SrataeJai aaakdil U piaWlin Smcial i the Fall courses S6 ossh or yoa esn pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH 3JLIL ud lunm iuu BATH TO TMOSK WHO SEND roa CABAlXMiVat AT ones u SAFE asga Weet JsWsrsae St SCHWARTZ SCHOOL LUvta Ky Â¬ COUNSEL FOR SICK WOMEN LYONS TRADE Â¬ Yik VfmaWVCjlaWBBBBBBBS gMf5r ejmfiH 9 NEiiRLY FIVE YBAJS Bemainder oi 1800 LAXATIVE S3 MARK sad auU of 1000 4001 1002 and 1903 SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR Â¬ WtJaHBmBTBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Â¬ This offer is by special arrangement with the Farm Journal and is for CONSTIPATION A WBUSHTrUL LIQUID LAAATIlt aaahlteDjaallhaunrn lajiatlve Drlni iLilcaof r i DU ua rvsits ror me cure iXtaa Torpid Liver Sick iiead or tne ma SfsegM cenaiuon S sowel On acroum of Ua atLe finir and lark of tmlsari- r atinisen lata Msai reruedr nr chuira I wen is adatta Manufactured LYON HMtvOam OO IwnrvuJji Kr SOK tAXJt BY A SHORT TIME ONLY -- J SHORT k HAVM OliOVfcUloui tiouthern Fara Magssiae mt ISlNfi fSi US - iJr on nanaaj4fc MMMMhi Ml at Irvington Saturday attending the Teachers Institute Mlasea Annie Payne Stella Paul Hat tie MeOoy aad Clara Jordan will apand this weak vkdtiuc in the city Wa ware pleased to And our good friend Miss Mona Prloe in Irvington Saturday She is as pretty and eweet as ever Dr Strother of Big Spring who was attending an intereetlne case in our vicinity Sunday atternon was called home to eet a broken bone Miaass Blanche and Maggie Blanche Jolly went up to Louisville Tuesday to spend a fortnight visiting Mrs T E Ditto snd Miss Lula Nunnelly Bufus Cain and family who have been living in Parkland for several years moved to the old home place last week We give them a cordial weloome WJ Piggott want down to Qlaagotv to attend Uonferenos in interest of the proposed nsw circuit If we gat this it a sutnodlst preacher In Irvlng- Mrs Bloa Jolly and children who have been visiting relatives in this neighborhood for the oast month re turned to her home in Owensboro last Wedneadav Alf Taylor has a new telephone box In his store at Bosetta Mr Abe dross has ons in his dwelling The line Is an ex- Â¬ tension of the Bewlrr ville and Gnaton line Times livelier now Much to the regret of the farming eleÂ¬ ment in these parte the lata frosts have made tbe meadows brown and aero This means set oat your oorn and hsy and a long winter to yoo W H Cain Br who la attending the conference at Glasgow b on the Committee of Widows and Orphans Leav Â¬ ing off the orphans we think he would enjoy tbe first mentioned We occasionally meet with the reverse opinions of our friends that cut us to the hearts ore but lets take courage and not clutter our minds and hearts with little grudges for these things will not add to beauty of mind or faos and to morrow the sun may be shining Every single maa in these United States has a perfect right to hie individ Â¬ ual opinion as regards polities even though he be a preacher and editor Why not They certainly ought to feel as much interest in the welfare af the country as leas honorable brethren and I accord them the right to speak their mind unmolested Miss Celeste Beavin one of our clever Â¬ est girls and Mr Bader of Owewboro will be married in the Mt Merino church on the morning of October 10th They will spend a few days In Louisville and then go to their home In Owensboro We wish iter all the happiness im aginable and feel we lose a much es teemed member from our community Bt ginning at the county line between Breckenridge and Meade where It crosses the Gaston road thence to Will Balls thence to Dr Franks thence to Har dineburg and Louisville road at Soott Wars house thence up said road to the Meade line thence to the beginning The inclosed territory la the garden spot of Kentucky for in it are 80 votem 38 of whom are for Taylor I for Ooebel and Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OOT News 11 1899 HARDIN8BURQ Loach rooms were crowded Too hotels no all crowded this week Yob could hoar political arguments on vary corner Hon Joekiea ware in attendance from everywhere Oood cooking apples at the the Eclipse grooary 16c per peek adrlae1 OimjB Mrs Brrort of 01 hrBakrrraV YIHMMl Monde la townrM oaday Um Mr Ferry Uloverport of Mias nia Hook Sends Wm K Withers spent a few days last week at the Owensboro fair k X Klneheloe dosed out his old stock ana now has new goods of all kinds We are headquarters for all kinds of grooortee this week Eclipse Grocery Mrs One 8hellman spent a few days la the oottBtrr lest week at her fathers Mrs DeJernett and Mr and Mrs Mar Tin Beard spent last Sunday In the coun Â¬ try B K Gray of llaraed was here Mon Â¬ day repairing the telephone line to that place Moat everybody is favorably impressed with the rock crasher and the work it is doing A X Klneheloe returned from Louis- Â¬ ville last week with a big stock of mer Â¬ chandise Miss Lacy May who has been visiting at Sacramento for the past month has returned home See A X Kinchelocs ad in another place study well what he says and give him a trial he will save you money Mrs Gunningham and Miss Mary LasSear went to Cave Spring last Satur- Â¬ day to attend the Womans Missionary tuagly visited their graadparents aear Weatvww last weak Friende of Miss Hannah Smith who la sick at bar home la Grayson ooaaty are phased to lean that aha la rapidly Im Â¬ proving Jonas Lyon of Irvington was here Satorday receiving and baying apples Ha booVtht Joha Deanes and others IRVINQTON Wa great yoo cheerily Mrs 8 J Oain was In town Satorday Mrs Henderson continues bar stay In Louisville Mrs Kllaa Jolly Is with her daughter Mrs Piggott for a visit Latest report from Mrs Berry says aha She baa typhoid Is getting along nicely Pan Dempster did not gat to Looia fever vllle last week as reported Both he and Dont forget prayer meeting services his father ware sick They are about Wednesday night at the Methodist able to be oat again fYM Won iniiMisikfci Wa are sore you do not Nobody wants it But It comes to many thousands every year Itcomcs to those who have had eooghs and colds until tot throat Is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs art Stop your cough ronamed when It first appears and yoo remove me great danger of future trouble ONLY ONE CURE FOR SCROFULA S S S Is the Only Scrofula u Ihb f - ii aarlnrl Wftm meeting Mrs Sutton the popular Hardineburg milliner has just received two lots of goods containing everything new in her line The members of the Fieoal court the Judge and oounty attorney went out one day last week to inspect the rock crusher Mrs George Short aud Miss Marion Bowmer of Okmrport were the guests of Mias Mary Smith at Persimmon Flat last week P Sherran Bro have considerably enlarged their store house at Kirk and have bought largely this fall in the dry goods line Burrel Beard who keeps a boarding STEPHENSPORT house at Owensboro has made an application for a position as store keeper and ganger in the revenue service there R A Shellmaa went to Louisville Mrs Sutton of Hardineburg calls Monday special attention to her large assortment Mr and Mrs S II Dix went to Louis- Â¬ of Childrens and Misses hate She has ville Monday also a fine selection of Ladles walking Mrs Wilson Jarrett spent last week Â¬ Miss Ella Jtobertson aooompaaled by a ebarming Miss Moorman of Olovev port was at home Satorday and Sunday Hope theyll come again The Goldea Bod Tea was a mot sea neancially and socially The missionary workers here nave the ooarege and teat to sneesod Tby are doing a noble wo l Melvln Wood a worthy young maa is teaching an Interesting private school Mr Wood will enter near Glandeaoe the Hardlaebarg college when his ses Â¬ sion closes The oolored folks are having a big re-Â¬ vival at their church near here The meeting will close next Sunday with a following the baptising immediately morning service Mrs James Klneheloe of Garrolton After It ft Saturday for Hardineburg vietting there a few days she will return to her home acoompanied by her sister Miss Mattie Owen An unusually large percentage of the congregation that heard Bro Butledge Sunday night was made up of young men and boys He preached an excel Â¬ lent sermon making a strong appeal for right Christian living Willie Car wile ex oonetable of this district died of consumption early Mon- Â¬ day morning Mr Oarwile bad suffered for a long while and for weeks his death had been but a matter of time Oar sympathy is extended to the bereaved family and relatives Henry DeH Moorman one of our brightest and most popular young men leaves today for Owensboro where he will enter the law office of Todd A Mil- Â¬ ler Henry has preferred law for some time and after the tedious years of preparation we predict a brilliant success for him Utopias first month closed with a con- Â¬ siderably better attendance than the first month of last year Present every day and doing perfect work were May Dempster and Emma Dee Moorman Daley Deane Meda Maxwell Ollie Hoi kins Lissie Fisher and Boy Moorman deserve honorable mention for almost pei feet work Â¬ aboreh Wa are glad to see Mm John Will Dent oat driving She recently had a broken wrist bat la well again Work is being rapidly poshed on the boiiding of the now Praabytertaa ohuroh which will bo quite an addition t our town Mr and Mrs Wimp and baby Mrs Mrs Ban net t Mrs L B Moorman Lewis and Master Edgar Bennett attend Â¬ ed the fair at Owensboro Ones Finley Secretary of State was hsre Mondsy and oalled to see R M Jolly whose illness prevented his acÂ¬ companying him to Hardineburg Our heartfelt sympathy to Mrs Mont- Â¬ gomery in her recent bereavement Her mothers Illness was brief and the end oameas a severe shock to Mrs Montgom- Â¬ ery There will be a sweet double wedding over at the Catholic church tomorrow Tuesday too late for particulars in this weeks Items I hope to give them next week A number from this place aad the surrounding country will take advan Â¬ tage of the rates to go to Louisville shopping visiting and sightseeing this and nsxt wsek We are ttlad Bro J T Lewis is suff- Â¬ iciently recovered to be at his post of duty again He preached to a targe audience Sunday morning and evening in the Baptist ohuroh That was a merry nutting party con Â¬ sisting of Misses Annie Lu Bandy Mary Wnther EvaMcGlothlan Mary J Tyler and Nancy Lu Jolly and a gay time they had True equestriennes Surely Miss Maty Aldridge reports a most enjoyable visit to her old home and friends in Hardineburg recently Miss Mary is a most faithful Sunday School pupil and always brings good lessons Irvington is as ever on a move and hustle We have quite a business look and are by no means stagnated ow- Â¬ May we ever con- Â¬ ing to no whisky tinue to be a typical local option town The sick of our town are doing well and hopes are entertained of the entire recovery of all who have had the fever This is due to excellent nursing and a first class careful and efficient physician The sympathy of the entire community is with Mrs Wm McCoy in the death of her son which occurred Satur- Â¬ day afternoon He was very well known in Irvington and had a number of friends among our young eople Mrs Coleman is at home again She was gone four weeks tenderly nursing a dear little grandchild through the tedium of typhoid and we are glad to know her faithfulness is rewarded by a restoration of the little one to health Our smiling Editor of the Nxws attend Â¬ ed the Institute Saturday He is always a wsloome visitor in this town aud judg- Â¬ ing from a passing peep as he gallanted two oharming ladies and bowed and saluted others by the wayside en route to the college we are safe in saying he is a born Indies man The Baptist church has recently un Â¬ dergone thorough and complete repairs and is now one of the prettiest and neat Â¬ est churches truly tis a thing of beauty and a j y forever This is due to the work of the Ladies Aid They deserve very great credit tor haying so success fully carried out their plans When this reaches us we will know whom ws are to have as a Methodist pas Â¬ tor for next year We are hoping to have a circuit composed of Bewley ville Irvington and Webster with Irvington as the central point and with Bro Leitob field as our pastor In fact we have quite set our head upon that outline but should ws be disappointed in auy one of these particulars let us make up our minds to accept the ultima- Â¬ tum of our Bishop and his eo workers and do our duty making the years work one of the beet and giving our pastor our hearty support and willingness to work in all his Unas 1 Â¬ Â¬ flicra 1 nWo 1 Cftemj I pectoral r stops coughs of all kinds It does so because it is a sooth Â¬ ing and healing remedy of great power This makes it the great est preventive to consumption teeae of the taint The serious aoneea nanaes to which Somfula anrel v leads should Impress upon those afflicted with it the vital im portanoa of watting no time upon treatment which can notpoeafblveSeataoure In many oasas where the wrong treatment nan bean relied upon complicated glandular wnllinga have reanltod for which the doctors insist that a dntiferooji awgtoal operation la necessary Thompson of Mllledfavilla Ga writes Mr H A bad oaaa of 8tnoJa broke out on tha funds of my neck whioh had to belanoad and oaosed mo much suffering I was treated for a loaf while bat the physioUns were un Â¬ able to euro me ana my oonditfon was as bed as when I began their treatment Many blood remedies ware used bat without effect Soma one raoommended S 8 8 and I began to Improve aa soon as I had taken a few bottles uonnnaing tne remeay j wao soon enrea permanently and have never had a sign of tha disease to return Swiff s Bpeflo blood diseases and is beyond the reach of the many ao oalled purifiers and tonios because ome- thine more than a mere tonic la requireu o o n la equal to any blood trouble and never fails to cure Scrofula because it goes aown totbe seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every Remedy Equal to this the only remedy which completely cures it Scrofula Is one of the most obstinate deep seated afford temporary relief but S S S isabcolutely some of them no doubt being able Obstinate Disease v I Pitt onto Aycri Cherry Pectoral Piasters over your lungs M era Is tha only remedy whioh can promptly reach and car obstinate deep sealed blood diseases By relying upon it and not experimenting with too various to called tonlos etc all sufferers from blood troubles can be promptly eared instead of anduringyeari of suffering whioh gradually but surely ulMerminet is guaranteed purely vegetable and never fails to tha constitution 8 8 cure Borofula Eosema Oaneer Hhaomattsm Contagions Blood Poteen Boils Tetter Pimples Bores TJloersato Insiet noon 8 8 8 nothing era take its place Boo4te on blood arrdslrindiseaeea will bematlad free to any addiajsu by the Swift BpeetSe Company Atlanta Georgia 8 8 8 FOR THE BLOOD f tfl l UWwVwwVWNtVwSWtW Library Frmm Far f 4r mU la ataaaa t r age wa will m4 jroti aluaaa mitral oau af Wa kara the analMtre tarriaM of Um aoraaFrap IJU UUJ tywWTFfT amtatateant ahjiMau WANTED 300000 Ft Oak Poplar Lumber LUMBER TERMS ADDRESS I IhbHIm and lasf exartaM ant BanUr St than far atHiur yoa Btadlaal adTlai Wrlta Iraaly all thi nlan la Tour aaaa Tou wtll raatlTa a WTW-aw- - Jre SPOT CASH l iwaUrS e CARY one for Brown according to a good eat mation Dont forget the way to beat Goebel is to vote for Taylor Some of the happiest moments of a womans life are in the still hous of night when she keeps company with tti people of Bleak House bear Samantfia ellbow tbe women didnt tot on he conference or travtls with tbe immortal PiljTiia to the city Celestial Each one has a plaea and a worthy one and may do good to the one who follows tbe pages A good novel is good a bad one very bad MARBLE OWENSBORO KY MONEY BEWLEYVILLE D 0 Johnson was out of town Sun Â¬ day Bob Jordan is clerking in Mrs Bashams store W WKeith is our new school trustee Well done for us Miss Sarah Jordan reoentld visited relatives at Sample Miss Mary Paul will probably remain in Missouri all winter Miss Mary Keith was visiting iriends in Meade oounty Saturday Pierce Hardaway and Clint Adkisson attended the Owensboro Fair Fine Indian summer weather No rain for nearly two months Tim Rfgeby and wife of Ekron Were in town Sunday visiting friends Fletoher Blanford is helping to build Charlie Harda ways new house Several persona from this place were MwMMWTVVvywTVwwywywwrvvwy ul SL t O LC9 m II mjZMfjCfi emsmWV cur tbi rand w tV9 nurobar tnafara around a aaat ana mm wa will and thlr to SrMrUM rlrxk Ca afSSaW a -aipraw t I ion oy raMm wn- 5T 9ffffffffsaaSV B antaillra Vonoan axamlM and In It on at yoar nrarort eiprew oOoa aiul iSBmmmmmmmmwsnmanav lfound partaetlr aaaammmmmmmmmmmmmmBB BfiMV ana u aft en and alto JA7 actly aa narratatra and la MStT WilliiBtari VaLilt ion atlrfactory hate Last Sunday was a quarterly meeting occasion with the colored Methodiets at this place The Elder Rev D Hammond was present and conducted the exercises B F Beard Co have removed all of the old rubbish from the street in front of their new business house The new elevator has been put in the big rooms have been cleaned up and the firm is getting down to business The big glass front is a threat improvement Miss Mary Smith who is teaching school at Persimmon Flat was In our midst last Saturday and Sunday We are glad to hear that her school is pro- Â¬ gressing so well Mies Smith is a grad- Â¬ uate of the female school at Midway Ky and is well qualified for the place in which she is engaged She is also one of the most accomplished young ladies in this city Misses Ava and Irene Board spent last Sunday with Dr and Mrs Milton Board at Matthias Millers In driving out on Saturday evening their bone had a bad fright from the train He became un Â¬ manageable and fall in the shafts This soared the young ladles so bad that they went off and left him for dead They walked nearly a mile to Mr Millers be- Â¬ fore they could find aeeietanoe They sent a man back to look after their rie who found the buggy slightly damaged and the horse up graalng in the road Â¬ by GLENDbANE Sidney Owes was in towa Saturday Dr Hart of MeDaaiek was hsre Sat Â¬ orday John Oiler is visiting la oounty Grayson IV Mias Hattle 0 wea la at Tar Springs for two weeks Harry Stum is in Kvaastllle baying a big lot of fnralinre Mrs Bob Orldar of Fordeville visited bar mother last week The Bev Mr Green who was very ill la oonaidsrably improved Mrs Rod Mattugiy was at Hardlne- Ahorg a day or two last weak Miss Mary Moorman visited Falls of Sough Satorday and Sunday Janias Owen cams down from Louis- villa and apent Sunday at home Father Gabs of Hardinabarg came down Sunday on a pastoral oall Mrs Dick Owsa and Mias Battle Webb are in Louisville visiting far a faw days Jesse Clarkson of Big Spring Is bare Ha now baa 170 head of entile to take in Owensboro Mrs Charles Wadlington is in Eyane ville for a few days E H Miller and K B Blaln went to Hardineburg Monday Floyd S E Miller of Henderson was in town Snnday Mrs Waddlington went to Hardine- Â¬ burg Sunday for a visit Mrs Ell Parr of Webster is visiting Mr aud Mrs R L Adkljeon Mr M Blain and son Wm C spent several days last week in Leitehfield Mr and Mrs J N Jarrett and eon Graver 0 are in Eyanaville this week Riv I B Galloway and family who have been away have returned home Mr and Mrs Phllo D Hawkiue of Union Star attended ohuioh Saturday Mr and Mrs Wood English of Hard- Â¬ in county are visiting Mr and Mrs H S English Mrs Hebbie Robertson who spent the summer with her sister here has return Â¬ ed to Louisville Mrs Abe Allen and daughter Miss Mary of Chsaault spent Thursday with Mrs E H Miller Mr and Mrs R A Smith and their grandson Master Jerry Lennin went to Louie ville Sunday Miss Nannie Brashear of Hawesvils recently spent several days with hsr aunt Mrs Bettie Napper Mrs Elisa Beet and son Master Peter Ulnar and Mr and Mrs E H Miller will go to Louisville title week for a few days visit Regular services were held in the Bap tist church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Ferrell At the Saturdays ser Â¬ vice Bro Ferrell was called to the pastor Â¬ ate of the church for the ensuing year Dr G E Shlvely created quite a sen Â¬ sation here by eloping to Owensboro Tuesday the Brd and returning the follow Â¬ ing day with a young bride one of Owensboras fair young ladies The ourious one and even the correspondent of this worthy sueet feels soma what bitter toward the young doctor for not giving ua soma hint to arouse our suspicion and a chance to remark on the Rumor of a ooming wedding or of hearÂ¬ ing wedding balls in the dletanoe etc Madame Xamor is completely undone and we hardly think an apology to h er will 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