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Hw-ypw ff THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL VOL XXIV zvrmwrTvrmmwiirwsvHPtc rr mw mp-- THE NRW8 THATS FIT TO PRINT 18 OLOVEBPOBT KBNXXJOKT WEDNESDAY OCTOBEE costs jodgomeat for plaintiff for 80 Amanda Adams vs Milt Adams plain till granted a divorce Maud Brown vs Sett Brown plaintiff 1899 NO 14 CIRCUIT COURT ad FRANKLIN QOODNEWSPOR THG FARMERS Beginning in November Farmers In settaten will be hell all winter Through Dr P W Foots of Irvington we learn that the Hon Lucas Moore sjete commissioner intends expending the mosey allowed by the legislature for the benefit of farmers in holding Insti Â¬ FIRST DAY IN KENTUCKY Bryan Speaks Prom Bardwell to Ldtchfield divorced Hall Hall A Drants tuetgacc vs Ac assignee report aojstainan1 Proceedhigi of the Civil Docket toe Virgil Hardin vs hts belts A court in the consolidated action adÂ¬ at the County Capitol judged that Zaek Hardin waa entitled to the wheat In question against D and The Mutir Cootnttesloner Piles Re H Pate and that Ztek Hardin recover of defendant Pate MJ4 with inter eat jort of Safe in Bight Actios 1896 Pate from An Defendant are entitled to a credit of 100 on bond The following are the proceedings of executed to Jule Hardin said bond to be tbe civil term of clrcnit oouri J D Beelervs Taylor Beard Matthias credited with 40 S4 and M70 to be paid Miller moved to file Interplea F Fralee to Hannah Hardin Administratrix F i wen defendant filed aaft Meade Conniy Teachers AasodatloM ww M Jolly Ac va Josephine Jolly de Â¬ The following is the program of the fendants Matthias end Haetoa Joly ruled to ahow man why they should Meade County Teacbera Association Oct not pay allowance mad to Josephine which convenes at Woodland Welcome Address D M Cooper Jolly Meeponee W D Asheraft Sol Miller Ac vs Geo Miller Uletory Ed B Bureh It Op vs W R Johnson Beard Dillon OH11 Quvernment W A Bewley Mary A Jordan vs Elisabeth Bmb- Physiology V L Spaidtng champ ReeitaUon Woodlaiii pupil D Addison va Albert Kllca L Musle WoeaiaMl seteel Wm K Drarya administrator vs Llteratare A 0 Burton Willa J Drnry The Fourth Kentucky Association F vs George H Kurtz Ac DITT0Sr V 00 Dies at Lour Branch PrMay Oct 12 IflH iVutiNG nVtvi roWDER RViAfuu Makes the food mofa tiettckw k wfcoleaome Is BnrtedPrem HU Old Homestead Saturday BkAMnsMsvira Oca lSin fBpeelal Mr Franklin Dittos illness was men Â¬ tioned last week His death occurred Friday afternoon Oct 18th His funerÂ¬ al and interment Saturday Mr Ditto was seventy nine years of age was Wm in this county and spent his days here Be was converted and joined the Bap ttet church at twenty fire and had eyer been loyal to its tenets and doctrines His home was ever open to his pastor and he assisted in supporting and main Â¬ tsJT Laara Korla rs n Susan 0 Muaeic vs Soian 0 Curry Lafe Green vs J H Ilart The eommiaaioner filed report of sals in he eight foregoing actions George M Youngeraadmlnletrator re hia heirs Ac t sport of salt filed K J McDaniel on pi titton commie sioner filed report of distribution Beavlns administrator va Lie heirs Ac eommiasloaeri to allot dower filed report Matthias Miller assignee va J D Bteler assignee filed report of distribu Â¬ tion J D Beeler ve Taylor Beard receiver filed report of distribution John M Sbeluian vs A J K lm Ao amendud iHttitiou filed aud cause con- Â¬ JsS tinued Hardinsburg and Oloverport Turnpike Â¬ Oo vs Ohio Valley Telephone Oo de fendants fllfd answer McDaniel on petition deed to W E T Gannon and Dr B II McMallen Henderson Brewing Oo vs Wroe A Olein judgment for defendant Able Gltflngwater vs L JB Maey newer filed and continued Breemau A Oo vs Joe Frank notion diamiased Samuel Whitworth vs J A Qulggine diamiased settled Sarab Goff va Frank Fraiae answer filed W B Davenport va Matthias Miller Root j taining its institutions and auxtlaries Hearse married three times His second wife the mother of bis oMldren llvinc waa Mrs Mary Olary a lovely beautiful woman who preceded him to the grave soma years ago His borne was re nowned for true Southern hospitality E Hardtsty Bro Duvall preached the funeral in his The Obicf Aim of the True Teacher old family room from Matt 286 He Hilda MaUinglr is not here he is risen as he said The Chief Aim of the Ordinary Teacher Come asa the place where the Lord lay D W Bureh from which hb very beautifully proved Ourrent Hietoty Recent Important that the tomb oannot always hold our Eeate AV Williams precious dad but at the second oomia Mojtat TfuinlnK Object and Means shall reigu with Him in Glory Jus Havnee were The four sons and two Jheiy- - Etta Patterson pall bearers Mr Ditto wad ever my kevhtw Autie Hamilton earnest friend and the friend 6 my famReoiutioti Woodland pupil ily Many many happy days and weeks 9aeey Florttee Davie have I speut iu his family iHd was a ArtlncMl mlmulants for PupilsKatie positive decided man in opinions and MstUugly Hie children showed firm in friendship Geoarphy Ewiel Klu him moat profound respect and obedi lenee mingled with tender love The Bro Joiner Returned children who survive him am Abram Bra Joiner preached bis first sermon Mrs D W Fairleigh of Louisville Mrs in this conference year to a good ooogaw J D Bahbage Cloverport Frank John gation SuudayUis sermon was strong and William and Miss Addis of Louis vi clear one of hi beet At the close he A number of friends and relatives at impussed upon hia Sock the necessity home and from a distance assembled to of au organised system in the business pay the last tribute of esteem Hand relations of the ehwuh some flow ers on his elegant casket atÂ¬ Bro Joiner is now beginning his third tested that tender hearts placed them years pastorate among us He baa Sweet familiar hymns sang by hie old proven himself a consecrated earnest friends rose as peans of love Every care Christian worker and the church and every attention was hia Nothing was the community generally rejoice in hie lsft undone in his long illness to alle Â¬ return May this year be the best and viate physical aufterering or assuage brightest of bis service in the church mental anxiety Oar sympathies to and town each and all of the loved ones Â¬ sons-in-la- Â¬ 11 Â¬ answer filed McOary Dies In Owcowboro ACeWAmnuV typhoid fever says the Owensbora Mes shore Tbarclanded a tha K senger He bad only lived in tbeeHr Florence Moorman vs W O Moor boat la this city bejow the pfcr three months and was employed by the man Ac answer and cross petition filed Cellulose company gen- His parents live in The ojMupants wens a F W Board Admr vs Katie Board Hardinebnn to which pieoe the re Â¬ Ac Matthias Miller filed answer and From all accounts they were peaceable mains will be taken for burial this morncross petition honest upright and attended strictly to ing on the 818 Tnxas train Flanneryand Watben vs John W their own aflairs Frymiro plaintifle petition dismissed Saturday evening about dusk two or Rally Day V I Mitobam vs James T Mlteham three of Oloverports toughest characters Sunday morning at 11 oenMk at the defendant filed plea in bar Methodist church Bally Dr nervices who had an extra supply of barlCy oorn Matilda J Milner Ac vs Lea A Cart Â¬ will be held This oaf hi tWfall corre Â¬ proostded to where the boat was and at action diamiased without prejudice tempted to take exclusive control of it sponds with Obildrens Day in the Ben Miller vs Bank of Hardinsburg anting It to a serrloe dedicated to the and finding the task somewhat difficult plaintiffs petition dismissed on demurer Sundayohool cblidron and fheir inter they commenced byuulng the old gen Isabella Alexander vs Sanford Alex tleman in a rough manner They beat under defendant ruled to show oanee entertaining program has been ar him Into almost lneenethiHty and after AA why he should not pay alimony all the parents and friends accomplishing their intentions leJt the Mary J Miller Admr vs Obas A mnfeiand am invited tojia ptmsit Fisher action continued for revivor The old van being in a frightened M Yorensers Admr vs hit George condition and not aware of the tact tba W B Miner ntOwsnukirt heirs Ac report of sale confirmed haye the boyshandled by law Owmwnono Kt Oct 14 WUUant X ho could George H Johnson vs B M Johnson left Sunday Elijah Board vs Thos D Jerboa and H Minor of Breehonridge eoMnVy made Tha town authorities by all moans T Shrewsberry vs 8 A Pate Ac 000- - oneoftbobestspsschnf toadght in the should Investigate the matter and if such mtsteatkths Democratic Slate ticket tinued during Urn a thing is possible handle them to the John Brown vs Wm West A Bra fall extent of the law dismissed action ney Acn answer filed Â¬ emnnnmnrwmiyTuvTojaTwwsruoV jTSawes J E Bsown Mmonet ago died last 9ight about 70 oclock at filed anawtr hit home on Sect Fourth street of Ernest A Bald Ao vs Thomas Swee EH Brown vr Tr rait taunt j amnsslVV AanusamBnuunfi VunuunnnVoW BEATillM INTO INSENSIBILITY Â¬ tfcatf Â¬ Â¬ cUvabeMbM Mary J Allen vs Supreme rt Fraternal Mystic Circle action settled TaanlaTn li mm Ci Xff tlmmtni V mam FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION v Being Pnt la Ocsi Shape The road bed of the Boemy hi bong pnt in an excellent con- Â¬ dition Then am fifty or sixty men werlanattrBok Haven They are getting out rook which is nesd to ballast the bod Went Flattasjf eolm OBrien and Dr took the train Saturday Creek to enjoy tne sport of fishing They met with fairly good snoocas Soles Dan and Mike Burke two farmers from the Patosvillo neighborhood sold their now tobacco for 8 8 and SI to sono Owonahoro parties Daniel and Charlie leprae rsqHitd aad ULAvVfttO and 1 for their to OhariJe Oorwy sold his for 8 8 and 1 Tobacco OaptJB BolaidLT Bold Mai D BnnJrow tettuiag MAKES STRONG AND ANtBY ft s M5JtER Vf n 1 A Destructive Pur Will OPatm mot with a serious loss one day last week on hia plats Bo had four hundred bnndles of oaJs btuncd They caoght fire iroai a thieshlng ma The eloonVm oommlosioncrs mat last Monday at Hardianbong and oronwaod Ties Jolly wan elected - president and Taylor Beard Secretary They haye set next Saturday to appoint officers of elec-- AKec P Opest 5lC23 -- 7 IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Mr B L glade of Ojrathiana gensral organiser for endowment rank of the Vs cbiM K of P oader was in wn the guest of that lodge Monday aad Tuesday Bo a Tunenusm Fred Ferry the clever agent at the made a call at the Naws office depot in this city loft Saturday for Sherman Texas Hs will bs absent two weeks visiting old acquaintances and relatives Ukodlt Popbam and nsios Mtm Jamas Delpbina Popham of Ouster went to They took In the Louisville Saturday Carnival and were well pleased K Hfijj83jim7r jhI a Hfflml ALCOHOL WHISKY OPIUM COCAINE wr A Neethcr Hurt Harvey Thrasher Tobineport end Baatne Hall who runs the Saratoga bad some pretty warm worde aatnrdfcy Neither were seriously hurt Mothers Friend for expectant mothers It oRn the muscle and csums them to expend without dU- J comfort B used during most of the perioo I at pregnancy titer win bs no morning I ilcnees no ritmg brsast ao headache I When baby ft born there will be Utile no eaiurer p Unot will m won Is o ue externally s Mnlment WHUffl OBE AM VERMIFUGE Is a other latoxtcaai or Narcotic TBUE lCMPEMNCB MHrlOW S aifc rVunlnnnnlnlnl unSan Jjn snnrumnnnnlnutlnamH ami nmnt juPflnnSfnfJJpnainF aWunsfJenl nnnmmnmmnmmnnnnmlnn WMt H uunnunuununlunU 9 fjfuiwwf r nusnunuflunU umf J fisnVRV S WW ttvarywnnB tsPwW Prtts S ctrt i ww WfuwF ssh hrf 5 ejajaWunn emn jnmnjfs W w pnl WBSp tmiWf 4fll9BrJSBia jsyua ffijgggfejg ewwvMiowiM isjunmnr Oa Wanes room The W C T U at Work Tim G Jordan of Webster one of the At the Mondaynlght meeting of theW largest men in the county has typhoid OTU it was decided that the campaign fever interested par-Â¬ Sneed will preach at the oommittee and any other Bev W b many years to oome who will go to Balltown to night and Christian church in this city Thursday ties A Success try to work up some temperance enÂ¬ night thusiasm organise a W 0 T U and The Nswsboys Praysr a song dedieat Sea Miss Judith MtlWs pattern hats of the district in the ted to the newsboys of Louisville is meet- Â¬ You can be suited fnwre without any worwVeJHhJ011 tue aaloone ing with great success The song was the BevTMJIhm was present and composed by Misses Blanchs and Emma Soar Kraut is fattening and whole gavo au interesting account of his experÂ¬ Moeeley two of Breckenrldge countys Givs some Sulserbasa new supply ience in the war with whisky He adÂ¬ intellectual young women hi a trial vises the Union to lake into serious acÂ¬ -On a Furlough Mr Bee is on the sick lief and Lind- - count the yote of tbe colored people and ejU Graham is firing engine 17 in his to have some speakers of their own color Ogle a sergeant in Company F R L place on the work train whioh is stationed at Fort Thomas Ky to address them Miss Judith Miller has a complete line Mr Ogls is tak Â¬ Mr Harris made a talk in which be was in town Saturday ot bats ladies hats childrens hats and said that in a conversation he had with ing his furlough aad was here to meet caps all colors and styles Judge Ahl he was given to understand his friends before returning Mrs Galloways next to Fraiats store that the election on the local option Harry Know Decern is headquarters for fresh ages butter aud question would be appointed for The Bowling Green News and ths berlO all kinds of country produce BnaoKSMRiDai Nsws are the two best For Her riajeety If you dont know how you want your weekly papers that coma to this office bat trimmed this winter yon can find J M Hudson tbe man who la buying Ellaabethtown News one randy made for you at Miss Judith mules for the British government waa Molars from Si upward at Hardlnsburg Monday wberehebought PRBB BLOOD CURB Mia Rosa Rosenblatt and two sons only two mules one seven years old Nathan aad Leo of Hawesville returned 15 hands high from Phil Tucker at Palth to Sufferers An Offer Previa Monday from a visit to her brothers the 7360 one from 81 Fate for 86 Bakers merchants at Hardiaaburg Prom Blood aad Skin TrcaMes Mr Hudson says there is a big deÂ¬ MnHWWendelkin and little daugh- Â¬ mand from tbe British government for ter Verlie returned home last week mules joet now from 14 hands 3ln high TJloers Cancers Eating Sores Painful from Nashville Tennwhere she has to 11 banee Ha pays on an average IwelUaaa Bfrecta of Blood Potsoa Per Â¬ teen visiting ner daughter Mrs Robert- - from 40 to SoD per bead sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un dec ordinary treatment are quickly cared aWevV sflejeeamw Mr aad Mrs George B May and chil- Â¬ by B B B Botanic Blood Balm tbe dren accompanied by his slater Miss Mr J J Keenen aad son Mainani moat wonderful Blood Purifier of the age Catherine May of Cannelton were tbe of Tar Fork ware la town Monday Mr made esploally to cure all terrible obsti guests of Mr and Mrs Obas May Sun- Â¬ Keenan said the Nawa la the beat nate decp eeatod Blood aad Skin trou Â¬ day paper Jthat oomea into my home aad it bles Is your Blood thiaT Are yoa always contains mors county state aad pale All run down Have you Eoaema Bryan at Leitchfield local news than any other paper I ever Pimples T Blotches and Bumps T Skin or Mr H A Oelse one of Oloverports read Scalp Humors T Bolls T Eruptions T Skin loading mercantile men returned yee Itches aad Swollen t Aching BoeesT Will Be Absent a Week terday from Lsitchfleld whsre he has T been on a visit for a week While there L Knight photo Â¬ Rheumatiam T Scrofula T Catarrh Then Mr and Mrs pleasdre of seeing and hear- Â¬ graphers of this oity trill leave Thursday yoa need B B B Botanic Blood Balm he had the at the above for Warwick county lad aad Bockoort because It drains from the Blood aad enÂ¬ ing tbe boy orator Jennings They will bs absent for one week tire system all the poisons aad humors Wiliiam place tbe Hon whioh cause all these troubles and tbe Bryan visiting relatives at tbe above piaoes cause being removed a permanent oure In conversation with a Nsws reporter follows B B B thoroughly tasted tor I am of the opinion Christian Ctmrch Mr Oelae said that Grayson county will givs a hand Â¬ Bears calls attention to the thirty years and thousands oared attar Elder some majority to Brown As to the peo Â¬ Christian Endeavor meeting at the doctors and patent medicine had failed 1 per large bot ple that came out to bear Mr Br an I Christian church Thursday night There For sals by druggists at or 6 large bottles fall treatment to with other representative cUisens esti will be osrviose at the same church Sun-Â¬ tle To prove oar faith la B B B we wtfl mated the crowd to be from 1000 to day night wed a trial bottle tees aad prepaid la half of them were not voters 1600 aad aaaaiaia an ttiiTauf teat the remedy He said that Mr Brvan did not meet Ellas Taylor a reputable aad eacsUtat stow expense Addnso BLOOD BALM With Btuah applause from his bearers Qe De aad many were of the eafaioa that hia cittsea of Tip Top Hardin eoaurty took CO Mitchell Street Atlanta by Wowing Ma brains out wiia a scribe treoble aad bee usedUsl advice Ltaas Moat Kaataokf wenld he la hia life will be gl van H waa sixty rears old Â¬ Great Hnthuelsem For Oeebd all tutes over the state during the winter Mr Moore does not say bow many will Along the Way be held but suggests the grouping to-Â¬ gether of tbe oonnties ot Hardin Meade The spedai train that carried William Breckearidgo Grayson Ohio Hancock Jsnnings wan and party through McLean Daviess and Henderson into a Western Kentucky Monday was hailed territory to itself aa each of these coun with the same delight and enthusiasm ties now has a farmers organisation with that marked ths tour made by Bryan a president and secretary One man during his campaign in 1898 It is esti Â¬ of present organisation preferably a mated that during the day more than president or secretary from each of these 40000 people heard him He was booked counties will be selected to form an ex for only six speeches but the demand From this execu and enthusiasm was so great along the ecutive committee tive committee a chairman aud secretary way that Mr Bryan made ten speeches will be selected to serve until the insti from Bardwell to Leitohfield tutes have all been held Each of the Tuesday Bryan did Central Kenniue committeemen will appoint neces tucky and winds up hie Kentucky elec Â¬ sary committees for their counties tioneering at Louisville today where he whose business It will be to look after will make hie big speech at the barbe- Â¬ such details as that of providing a place cue at the Louisville Jockey Olub to meet and of arranging for entertain Â¬ grounds ment music etc Though Mr Bryan touched on all subEach meeting will be of two days dur- Â¬ jects of political interest to the people ation They will begin In November just uow he did what he was expected and will follow one another in quick suc- to do and fired his beet guns for Goebel cession only allowing time for the speak- Democracy The gubernatorial aspirant ers who will be furnished by the state from Kenton stood beside the Nebraskan and selected by the executive commit orator on the rear platform and received tee to travel from one point to the next hia share of applause During the day The ladies are not to he ignored in he followed Bryan in several short this move and it is hoped that they and speeches men of other callings than that of In speaking of the coming election in the farmer will help to make these Kentucky Mr Bryan in his speech at meetings of interest aud profit to the Bardwell said oommumties where they are held ProI want to see the Goebel ticket elec- Â¬ perly conducted this enterprise will be ted iu this State from top to bottom I of incalculable good to the counties men want to see every man on the Uoebel tioned and to the state generally ticket elected by an overwhelming majority Applause I want to see a ADDITIONAL LOCAL Legislature that will send Joe Blackburn to the Senate on the very first ballot Applause Then when you have ioined Go to the City Bakery your sister States in the remedy of the City Bakery New candies at the evils that are now threatening the very Fresh cheess at the City Bakery existence of this Government when you The Oity Bakery runs a free delivery have done this you will have time to Graham and rye bread at the City take up your local affairs and administer suoh punishment to any Democrat as Bakery Applause A good lunch can be had at the City you think he may deserve But do not stop in the presence of the Bakery for ten cents Wait enernv to discipline a soldier Ths City Bakery leads all others in until the battle is over and if you do ths oonfoctionsry line not want me to use a military phrase let Buy your coffee at the Oity Bakery me call your attention to a Bible phrase If you want the but The Bible says that one night while the Huntsman Butler died at his horns good man slept an enemy came and near Custer but Friday sowed tares and they could not take up Leon MoGavock hi moving into bis the tares without rooting up the good new bouse on High street wheat therefore they had to let them The leading millinery store in the grow together until the harveet When county you want to remedy the wrongs you Mies Judith Millers Dont forget Parks sale at Oliftcn think have been done by the election of a Republican Bute ticket and a Republi Mills next Saturday October 21et say that you can not take W Mort Skillman is borne from Wash- can Senator I up these tares without rooting up the ington City on his annual vacation good wheat Let them grow until the Mr Bryan anticipates large oro wds and when you have a better throughout his Itinerancy in Kentucky harvest time you can administer a punishment Miss Judith Miller makes a fins dls that you think they deserve Ap- Â¬ play of her millinery goods in her new plause Â¬ Â¬ GARDEN SPOT OF KENTUCKY BRacKsmuDoi Nsws It is not every one that saith Lord Lord but be that doeth that will be saved The garden spot of Kentucky north of Bewleyville lately named because its thirty legal voters are twenty eight Republicans and two Democrats might lead some to think that Goebel was not la it The garden spot alias Yankeedom has about the thirty voters as claimed but as the while voting population is only about seventeen to thirteen colored voters It will only be a year or so until tbe name of this boun- Â¬ dary will more appropriately be Africa Now for the other side We want to giye Goebel his dues Begin at Scott Warrs joining this garden spot boundary and follow the state road three miles to Sinking creek thence with said creek four miles to the Fisher bridge thence north four miles following the Irving ton road to the corporate limits of the town of Irvington near Dr More mens thence south four miles following the Bewleyville road by Mrs Ty- Â¬ lers back to the beginning and we find In this boundary or immediately on the roadside thirty four Goebel votes all white against four Taylor votes and six colored votes that recent enlightenment may give to Goebel So mote it be Yours for tbe Golden Rule P W FOOTE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ity for Taylor of 348 It also shows about 800 for Brown or Democrats who are oeposed to Goebel The Taylor men claim they will carry this county by a majority between 400 and 800 The Democratic poll shows on a strict party vote 2 majority for Taylor Their poll shows a doubtful vote of 400 of which Senator Bob Jolly they claim they will get a majority They The friends of Senator R M Jolly also claim that tbey will carry the will be glad to learn that his condition oounty for Goebel and Barry is somewhat improved He has been confined to his home in Irvington with Getting Better typhoid fever for several days but it is It waa stated in last weeks paper that stated by a member of his family that Mr Charlie Satterfield who has had his condition is non considered serious charge of tbe Pineville Coal Cos store With good nursing and medical skill he at Pineville bad accepted a position at will pull through all right MeHenry This was a mistake which he wishes corrected A Hustler Mr Satterfield is getting better and Master Harry Board of Holt has acÂ¬ expects soon to take charge of his busiÂ¬ cepted a position as hotel clerk at the ness in Pineville At present he is vis Â¬ Breokenridge Inn He is a young man iting hts wlfss relatives at Render in of sterling qualitiee accomodating polite Ohio county and eyer willing to make the guests com- Â¬ fortable He is tbe son of Mr and Mrs Ah Hirer Corrected Walker Board In the account of Mrs SallieJ RobÂ¬ A Big Improvement W N Hensley and 0 D Beard bought the McGary tobacco ware house last Thursday and it is their intention to so enlarge and Improve as to make it the largest tobacco ware house not only in Hardinsburg but in the county It will require several thousand feet of lumber to do this and the Work whioh is to be begun at once will give employment to a number of hands - Whkh U Correct The Republicans have completed a poll of this county to find out where they stand This oounty shows a majorÂ¬ ertsons birthday dinner published in In dood Health last weeks issue we failed to note the Mr Milt Matheny Sr who has been names of Mr Tom Robertson and wife living at Jollys station has oome to this We gave the name of their little eon town to spend the rest of his days with Walter who was the only great grand reach bis son Milt Matheny JrHe has child present but omitted his parents and the good old age of 70 and every in- we gladly make the correction this week dication is favorable for him to live The Drouth Broken enlfkart A much needed rain began to fall yesÂ¬ terday morning early and continued almost steadily through the day The duet is now effectually settled for a while and housekeepers can begin the houee eleaalng process and farmers can go to work We can now join heartily with the poet la saying How beautiful is the rajn after the dust and heat On the Marguerite Orvllle T Skillman James R Skill man and Morris Beard of Hardinsburg compose aa outing party which left for Green River Monday With a well tilled hamper of provisions guns and fishing tackle tbey left at noon on Mr Sklllmans naptha launch the Marguerite for a two wests cruise on Green river LODIBURQ Edd BdUaeoa is visiting hia father YTberc will be a debate at tbe Poplar Grove school house Thursday night Mr Fear returned to hie home near Wolf oreafc Meade county late Sunday evening Mies Lacy Payne has almost entirely recovered frees lajerles received when thrown ream her heme lest Sunday even ing 9- Â¬ Â¬ nlrttaW oae at the Jarreat anhooihoose Friday night-- Widnaatjf at the TheeaiUelhnach Tuewiv echoolhoeee Â¬ Mr Grayson Payne aad hie httis nephew Elbert Kya of qHsiitryfg were the guests of Mrs Harriet Payne from Friday until Sundav A few friends were entertained at the home of Mies Lucy Payne Saturday evening in honor oi Mr Frank who was the guest of Miss Medora Cm Quito a pleasant time is reofi well Mies Modem Caldwell the pupu yoang teacher of the J arret t school aaarep ooito a eanoiss as a teacher M la wall qaeUfUd to oocapy the poatti aha boMa as a leashes aad la acuta i -- j - -- rum g W w sit wa v aMii lr i i e always nutd at Ouy Bakery 0tiwnaiBt4dtaoiaidvolMlerTafir s a i a awm fBamnaasmnMlfefettAiteJittj Lb a iti fliLilrTSilTiiaafrtftiSriyrifftrtifciii j an mnrftif1 wJti itiejlwteiiiwaMiiifcirhii nHsfeiiii t riiTiiiWAiifiitfiifafliiaasMiriiiiii hLrAiijfiiiaABfimlMriiiiMma frflifcfHialrnr jHflifctiP3 BBUntSBWFW ftfggMg 11 Mmntoetosithtooatheatekilet Tba weddiag butts are ri aging Tbe tamers an all busy sowing CURRENT TOPICS BY of every Chrtotiaa to always be tsuad holding up the pMubets hands wishes 7wsJdMtt Utotaeouty or MRS NATTn QRsNNBLL Might is strong bat right t t to always Autamu to steeling on us Long WW lugs to read and practice nod study Beaovoleaes has neter rtt MtaMd out om whito seloshiiem has rutae II Boyal October Queen oi the year Yellow and nd Invmin bat Tba worda will soon ba able t t bm of a stslimiai Hoary O Havemeyer tbe great wagst kta made boom time ago SoeMtUM U this If I retnombor aright The attUie of all trusts Is tba eoatoms tariff Wll He to at Um head of o of the largest toasts la the ooon try aad baa bad personal experience with swifts Mr Havemeror holds that no In deatry should be proUosd by a tariff higher tbaa 10 nor cent What party pat those duties thereT As long aa that par tr to la power they will stay There to great excitement ia Loaded t t The Interest across A Ilia wall sweat la worth aay number over the yateh race o speeches a meas or woauaa dally tbe water seems general la tbe raoe for We have become hla to tba beat taat of bk ar bar aaatal tbe Americas Cap to assume that tbe ytohiag supremacy of tbe world lay on thia side of tbe t t It la all right to pay propar respect to ocean that aay evidence to the contrary tba opinion of others bat we ara is bo to repulsive aad yet a dosea racing day way bound to aeaept them nr allow team yakbe are built la British waters to one We an very sorry to say that Mr J in American waters We bare much O DoweU of to change oar own Irriagtea who baa beea faith in oar Columbia bat tbe Shamrock t t siok for some time to worse again at this It to intimated that tba University of is aa extremely smart boat writing t t Chicago will eoner tbe honorary degree Messrs Thnrman aad Owen Dowell I am always glad to see a letter in this of L L D upon Admiral George Daw Joe Bandy Glen Bandy aad Mtos Hettie ay Thia University la not lavish with paper from Mr J D Jolly He to a Beady of Irvington attended ehurob at each honors and baa conferred this de fearless writer He is never intimidated Salem last Sunday gree upon bat one person President Wil- aad comes oat boldly on the side he ad Mr Charley Halt and wlfs Mrs Me liam McXinley vocates He is exactly right on the subject of slander and gossip Tbe fin Â¬ lissa Bewley Mrs Niek Helt aad Mrs t t Lula Hendricks were tbe guests of Mr If one went to the Worlds Fair in est characters are often subjected to the and Mrs Joe Mills Tuesday Chicago on fifty dollars it was a little pigmies who would feign strive to A letter baa been received from Tom plaoe a stigma upon one who is infinite- Â¬ sqneeas To go to tbe Paris Expo ly above bim or her But invariably Smith aad Jake Fraik saying they are sition on a hundred is simply langbabls Texas to Id bate to start with less than Ave ban those who depreciate others fail to ele dissatisfied inWe wouldand are goingwel- Â¬ be glad to vate themselves Envy malice and Oklahoma dred and then a month at each a plaoe come tbem back to Kentucky would only give one a confused idea at spite sink those who indulge in them Mrs John Wright of this neighbor- Â¬ t t beet While we bave all condemned tba late hood died last Sunday of consumption t t Dewey is a fine diplomat as well as a court martial trial in France and while She leaves a husband and three children fine Admiral for instance Let my that nation has lost much of her prestige to mourn her loss They have tbe sym home ba modest enough in appointment we must not forget that in that French itathy of the entire community in their and ooet to permit the retention of a suf Republic every young man every young sad bereavement ficient sum of money from the purchase woman prince or peasant as in this Mr Chris Bewley and family Mr Nick fund to defray the expense of furnish- Â¬ country has a ohanoe to rise and be Helt and wifa Mrs Lula HendriokB and ing Dewey is no more entitled to all of useful Felix Faure whose biography is ohildrsn spent the day with Mrs S 0 that than any other true soldier even a interesting was the son of a poor cab- Â¬ Dowell last Friday and had a good time inet maker he himself was a tanner but the best of all was the dinner Mrs private Emile Loubet the son of a plain peas Dowell is one of the best cooks in the t t The last day of the Democratic carni- ant Both by their own merits became community and knows how to make evval in conjunction with the Texas State presidents of the Republic just as Lin- eryone feel at home and have a good Fair at Dallas was the most successful coln and Johnson of humble parents time from point of numbers of any political became tbe first men of our Republic The death angel has visited the home gathering in the history of the State Madame Loubet was the daughter of a of Mr and Mrs John Durbin and Fifty thousand people were present Mr laborer who left a fortune The presi Â¬ claimed for its victim their eldest daughBryan was accorded a remarkable ova- dent and his wife have cultivated a taste ter Mies Fannie We would say to the tion Judge Tarvin of Kentucky spoke for the classics and he took a course of bereaved parents brother and sisters daily private study Anothsr feature of The dollar dinner was the feature wsep not as those who have no hope the French Republiewe commend is for Miss t t Fannie was perfectly resigned that American students are now admit- to the Lords will As I sit at my window writing I have and was ready and ted to the universities of France on willing to go when the summons came in one neighbors yard a most beautiful nearly equal conditions with her own to come up higher We would Bay to large autumn tree a mania I do not people The University of Paris had the dear brothers and sisters to prepare believe there are two leaves on it of tbe 28000 students making it by far the to meet her in heaven same tint and shade Across the way in where parting largest in the world 1500 were from the shall be no more another yard is a cherrv tree in full United States mostly medical students bloom heavy with fragrant flowers It There is still another law as we would nas a bouthern exposure Xemarkable Rescue Isnt this term it that a Frenchman can not by rather an uuusual occurrence A cherry will deprive Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield 111 his children of an inheritree heavily in bloom in October The tance and if he dies without a will the makes the statement that she caught continued warm dry season has caused law divides his estate equally among the cold which settled on her lungs she it I suppose children and widow Bui what we was treated for a month by her family t t physician but grew worse He her I have from Bay View a letter asking American women most rejoice in is that that she was a hopeless victim told con- Â¬ of our French sisters are slowly obtaining a what the prospects are for a circle Mrs sumption and that no medicine could John Wimp of Irvington having sent few righto including the right of suffrage cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Florence my name I have also two of the Bay in the munioipal elections Nightingale could have been a model of Kings New Discovery for Consumption View Magazines perfect gems of she bought k bottle and to her delight thought This year is Russian year what women can do and that fact makes found herself benefited from first dose The Russian Empire is assuming much them strive to produce another such She continued its use and after taking importance now anyone can spend a de- Â¬ noble character America ia expanding six bottles found herself sound and wall lightful year there as the circle did in hence we must know more of the people she does her own housework and is m England in Germany France all rich of Europe and of remoter lands Our well as she ever was Free trial bottles commerce ojyr interests and our diplofields of study A Circle cannot be of this Great Discovery at Short Hay formed here A few very few would matic relations are becoming world wide nee Drug Store Large bottles oO cents like one Too much praise for Irving The editor of the Farm Journal asks pr100 tons zeal we cannot give Why have a mortgage on the farm SAND CAVE FLAT t t poor crops sour bread grip leak in the The rkhM of the commonwealth Ar free MronK mmai aad heart of roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the 1114 from tut week wealth oloset or any other pain or trouble Dry weather continues Ami more to Wthoa fold or gaie when you can get the Farm Journal for The cunning hand th cultured brain Frank Shelman went to Addison last the balance of 1800 and all of 1800 1901 What a true and beautiful compliment 100 2 and 1903 nearly five years by pay- Â¬ Saturday from Whittier to a rounded Vote for Taylor is the way to defeat ing a year ia advance for the Bbbokbn life of character activity and cul- Â¬ xhmmNbws rule you can do if yon GoebeL ture I apply these lines to the ladies of are not too late Mr Garwlle baa moved to tbe Payne Irvington and Bewleyville whooompose property near here A Childs Vocabulary the BayView Oirde It is indeed won- Â¬ Many thanks to tbe editor of tbe Naws derful how they strive for larger useful A klndergartner has begun a series of for the Farm Journal ness greater happiness and Intelligent experiments intended to discover the Herman Lay opened school at Look- Â¬ themes How the discussion of serious number of words used by small ohildrsn themes helps And the Association The experiments will continue through out Monday October 2d Alf Oaebman of Union Star attended with bright minds and best hearts fit several years but in the few months them to rank with tbe riches of the during wbloh they have been in prog- church at Stephensport last Sunday A A Claycomb aad Foster McKaag ress it has been learned that a child of commonwealth six will use about 60 words while one ban went to Addison last Thursday t t Noticing in this paper last week an of eight will probably employ not more Grafton Cunningham has rented the d toial cjncsrnlng trusts remind than 200 L B Halm farm which was occupied last ysar by Wash Hlckerson Our pastor Bra Z Ferrell to aa earnest consecrated man an excellent preacher and a good pastor and we an very much in hopes that he will aoeept the call that the church gave him last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t t XflgVVJTBgrfftsHggEfl rgSjpygaAfit Keep it In Tour Koao BHBBVSamVvlNumBHH B F B1ARD President And whoa the bowels fall to set proper Â¬ HI is U BUI anCIALftfl IAYS PftltF Um WILL aHLLNH Vioe Pteaident UUMfmfmBfaSmmmamlJLitiefm rrt ladBBBTBBmmVauflSoBni MtoaJoen Hardeety to speadlag the ly take a don of Lvovs Laxative M H BKAHD OasLiar lVvrnTaaTBBBBBTBTBBTK week with Mrs Nell Roberta Svawr It acts gently but slaotualty on fmBmmSUkmrmiiftim im UloMrMts tHrvn whiuk TDaiannTBTBTfjBBRTBTKaTBB BnpnaTBmmTBW enTaVTriisBDV iieejriaerteifwiiegiitfiiiiiwiiiti aBBBBBnKBBWaKwBmBammvSai Mrs Ida Do well was tbe sweat of Mrs the Missy live and bowels wiH beep Q W BBABD tatJlrtjfBytjrMy im41fm JmMf JM MORBIS BBKRIDGK I DIRECTORS your syatsni ia good working emamaBamaBmammwBluv9mmW Georgle Dowetl last Tuesday CMiifi SSt moI J R M JOLLY your eomplealoa clear VBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTBTBTBTm aat4jawyi arfciiayl cannnnnnnnnnnnnnausnannw snaunnai Mrs Myrtle Noll of Biwsdoaborg was aw OMpnr nM swaaBKk BcaaaL swHav wcesM Om sweet of Mrs Ida DoweU Saturday PAID ON TIRE KPOSlTt MTUEtT in Swaj i iiwi Smm SftM fjf ii f 3 tnTaTBTBTBMIaTBTm Feed Hog a Variety aad Sunday intuit fii ci g gmmttitm iwtijiii rf gagammnHNBnaBiMBWvaaMrwM Roots of various kinds with apples Mr Joha Childa aad family spent Sal iiw sillBmrnMm ralAoataatiaaM - aanaBBBBBBBBnBmBiZX1 aad anal make one excellent cheap hog wiiii mim ii nf n imimi inn n in ni bws wia mj uBBBBBBBBBBBnsaiBaaiaBbjaBiBanaKB arday aad 8uaday with Mr and Mrs a m Mtrt re food Pumpkins stay be added or hi m iwiimi M George Dowell at kl torn 1 dofh Ml rakkcr rniH pumpkins meal aad apptossaay be used WIIM MottMd BMM MMkar In nint tmm BrBFBIPBBBBBBrBrjBBBaBaMBBBBHaH jOaiB IBBWII kNfMHM WIM VttU 8 O Dwll sold a steer five aad ox If ao roots are at hand boiled puataklas SlMMl tMttA 6M iMHIMIIflUimMHIL Wtm tkTTlMi JTnaBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBafflEnHBTBBBB half months old to Mr Jobs Allgood of aad asoal an oxoclloat aad bogs mill aataMSMaiKnlimiMi Brandenburg for tat yum fUAgAffflaa thrin upon tbeea Ons imports Item IfM Mis Melissa Bowtoy aad Mrs Beta to to see that your hop ban g goad gafclJJiais- - iVw aMtTud Anderson wen the guests of Mrs- O D warn piasa to sleep ia Many sap that Ktchardson of Ekron last Thursday wen out out tor large bogs an Btuanad - OBBBaaaaBaaflBBBBBBBBn uWamiWUrYltmaBUtMM Mas Mattle aad Charles Holt of Ir by being half fed aad aearly froaen la BnvnBBBBBJBBBfaBBBBBBBBBB naaahaaf Ajawna bna liPIaiaPlBBjaBBaBBBjrrr mtX vington wen tbe guests of Misses XUa theeatd wiaUr J L Honey New or mnj mllrnad or nrmtm r Qiiim Knhaac Bask Mw wnaMDraiChimca w htm imh mTm w SIMMftMu eaennv antir m Torki lArvat tnulgMM block ta and Hettie Halt Saturday and Sunday nf lh Crown Bridge Work fUmT Wl MUOMlll It HIN rUM nUnA lavM wBlMl prtomw Writ fo f r tl p4cll nrvnlllld Mrs Maltose Bewley Mfas Susie Har Â¬ MHU A bwort Sad Story SSPiLAlim- rwn - mTawwwmdkmOmmrfhmrwmmkif OAQO Mufi SUJanROKsUI wk Wi vwmmmw m wsmbmi si deety Mr aad Mrs George Dowell won IUU C A SPECIALTY AOoW guest of Mr aad Mrs Jake Slpes Sun HAEDDrTSBtritofl m p nmrnn n aw bbh i b n iiMiaw wmnnM awiwvmaaMB i iji mnm wh iu awt 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writer extends ooagratulaitons and wishes thorn every Joy thai heaven san How strange and yet how true that a gnat many Ohrtotiaa psopls do not sssas to think themselves respooaible for the way they treat each other and for tbe way they treat the pastor of their eh orcb Metbiaka the Saviour of the world looks over st the modern Jerusalem as He did at the aneient city sad exclaims uO Jerusalem Jerusalem thou that kllleet tbe prophets and stoneth them that an sent unto loan bow often would I have jalhaiuVl tiy sblldna together evea as ttWlNmajr Tm Twich a Wat S JNat apitM Ceeataa leeajui h um aapwier efall aW SsSShvA COURIJWJOUKAX UWUTUXR KY V G BABBAGE VaUr VA ATTORNEY AT LAW CO TAJLASOOK LTCOMVUI HARDINSBURG aS KENTUCKY lYAJWCULAWLiHOItlT -- HSUliamMaawWaTKvruBjUrewr Daily eaaastaiMSay ketwesa LmIsvUU mm wm TILL CITY h TOO OAK SOT fcBrecken ridge News tl Tigimmi raw P I fiTABGS esUmed aaHhM a aSaTaiMl um Av e PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IJST AJiDvaa BANKRUPTCY Twioa iWaek fteaj gfc D L 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rands with the for the arise of ours only our ste fear and the Item Journal V to December IMS nearly five he rami Journal to aa old JWk enjoying greet popu- tpgbttbri rttfty one of tho bo and ueeful paper published MTTbis offer should bo soorpted the form Jonrael wo arc to offer that paper to every sut b6 pavsforthc Baacaaaaiixui hVii ahead for onWtl both fnMw per im vfiMMItdk He Contract m IS f Jotnwall wbo will finish bio at tho quarry this month will bis plant to Black Warrior river sat of Taaoaloaa where b baa a ootrifMUor bojldlog tbo Looks It will require tbroo years to do tbia work 0 L 5ai ot Barley H B Johnson a prominent iarmar living near Lwtsport has sold a fits crop pf barley tobaooo tbo Ant aalo of M tobaooo in that aoottoo Ilia purÂ¬ chasers were some Os ensboro partioa who paid him 7 60 for loaf and toga and 00 for trash TH Va m JiuiriMl la r- - lnan Kftft iwl bM S V cheap to b food it Li fall of gingsr and firJIUiUfrUn aad baa aa uiany otbar Rood balance of 1890 and all of 1000 1901 and 1903 nearly five years to tub aeribera ol the BHSoxaNBiDaa Xiwa wbo pay ona year in advance 1902 wiiy w tua par at aay prior wu uwu uaw iwj It will b amt for the v l Young Man Qone West fcs The Colorado Springs Telegraph sayr Mr H M Beard a prominent young man of Hardinabarg Ky baa arrived in Oolorodo Springs and will probably make hla future home ben Ho la now a clerk at the Elk hotel Mr Beard save that the political aitaation in Ken- tacky ia strained and that the campaign for governor ia perhaps the warmest evi r known in the Bluegraas state Cashman Now Located at Cripple Croak Colo The many friends of Mr 0 F Oesh man who formerly held a responsible position with the Bank of Hardlnebarg at Hardinabarg in thia county will be glad to know that be ia now located at Cripple Greek Oolo and ia associated with Delany A Delany bankers and brok- Â¬ en of that city In his letter to the Haws hs asyVI am getting along nicely and have a good position Chartoy P- - Story of a Blare To be bound hand and foot for yeara by the chains of diet ae is tho worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells Law such a My lave was made free He says wife baa been so helpless for five years tbatehe eoold not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Bleotrie Bitters V she is wonderf ally improved and able fiftto do her own work This supreme moody for female dlasaaas quickly cures aatvoeaaeae Blsspleaaaaai melancholy naarleehe faiatlns and diasr snelta adraele working medicine ia a god laadto weak atokly ran down people jfunmjr wwiw uninuMRfu vuit ov mn by won uayase draggiata Largo Moaic There are fourteen names enrolled at peeanat la Miaa Bala Owens moalo class and Che wU probably have more during tbowiater Thia is a creditable opening --aad does jostles to Miss Owens aMUty la her chosen profession Having been a pupil of Prof Goodwin at Louisville aaef Mia Mabel White of toe Trawrs City Bebop ol Music in Michigan and hariaf much natural taunt Miss Owen ooeapetent to give satiafartioa to her oatrons 8he expects to take a teachers eoane la OiaoatBatl in the spring a 3BBffiffi v Therell Be a Hot Time in the - nowadays said a aboe dealer Aa every shoe manufactory has a Fourth CootrcMteaai District secret stamp cods ot its own and there la therefore no possibility of the gea Â¬ Tetchers AnedttkM eral public learning more than that such codes sziet I may aa well tell yon that To Bo Hold aft Beaver Dean Ky PH- the vanity of customers shall I aay of day aad Batsjrdajr women cuetomen particularly f eat the bottom of these queer stamped characÂ¬ soth and 189 ters aad figures Youd be surprised to know lor inetaaes how many women U 0 Stevens president Beaver Dam there are who imaajne that they wear a secretary Bardetewn Edgar Crawford No 8 aboe whea la reality their siss Is r boo rim- raiDAT Arraaaooa a couple of figure larger A ahoe sales Â¬ man who understands his business can 11 Oganntion Invocation Rev Old fanhlone la drees may be reviyed toll precisely the number of the ahoe a J H Brown 180 Weloome Address R P Hoeker bat no old fashioned medicine can re woman customer wears at a glance But ptaee Chamberlains Oofte Cholera aad aa often aa not a woman whose foot is a 145 Response Sunt T Ooyie Diarrhoea Rmedy Foraalsby A B No 6 oalle for a couple of sites smaller 800 Junkshop O M 8hults 810 School Book Bill To be dlsotued Fisher OtoverportjR A Bhellmea and the mysterious stamped hieroglyph by the superintendent of the dfrtriet scheme was devised for the purpose of Dtocawrlon to be introduced by Sapt O enoouraglng her in tbe belief that her PUBLIC SPEAKING A Williama foot ia a couple of else smaller than It really measures in shoe leather MUSIC When a woman caU for a No 3 to fit John P Haowell Jr BepuMlean can B 40 Training of OitlaeMSblp Legletataje el Brsekea a No 6 foot no ahoe salesman of thia dldate lor the Bufob B B Moss 208 How to Beattb that Bad Boy W rldge eonnty will speak at the following period wbo cares for his Job is going to tell her that she requires a No 8 He places F Niehels V L SpaMtag simply britigf out a ahoe of ths style she Bailtown Friday October Hi Jtlfle blUral ureas a Personal Resoores wants that be feela oonfident will fit her Cloterport Saturday October SI Prof B Crawford comfortably and lata it go at that A S3 Ouster Monday Ootober 1 The Transition of Play Into work woman rarely thinks to inquire if the HadsoavlUe Tnesdey October 84 and the Sgnlflonce Tnereof Mitets shoe is really the siseshe asked for for MeDanlela Wednesday October 86 L lie Br win and Sallie Terry she takes It for granted that the sales Â¬ West View Thursday October S8 836c What are Your Trouble la the He invitee Mayor J A Barry Demo man baa given her what she requested tfcltuol RoomT Three mindtea Udk by memuen of the aseouiation Inetrncted cratic candidate and Geo Earned the But when a woman does ask that quesÂ¬ Populist candidate to be present and par tion It is the shoe salesmans business by rfe Ella J ffrias to unhluiiuingly reply in the affirmative ticipate ia the diaoueaions arawtMO sksiom and I dont think these little necessary Any obange in these dates desired by 780 Ad Address Prof A 0 Burton white Ilea are stored up against men in the other candidates will be oonceded 746 The Dramae Place in Literature Speaking to commence at I solock bttslneas The woman customer might MIm Carrie B Cosby examine tbe hieroglyphs inside the up 1pm VlrgiUiM Hoeker pars for a week without finding out dif- Â¬ AOft Dr O W Oanlwell State NorMcKiiiky Prosperity ferently and even if she had the key to mal Illinois Personality aaa Teacher the puaale it would only make her feel la Bdueation badly so what would be the use There Una Shsllman jailer of Breekenridge 840 Prreentatlon of district banner are tricka in all trades but ours county at Iiardinetnirg in aa Interview Sapt Asbluck with a News representative Bays that Washington Poet SATCROAY MOKKIMO the McKinley admlntotratioa has Three Dealers Is Ceaesltatiea 00 Devotional Exercises Bev J btought ptobperity in every line of b isi S Coleman From Benjamin Franklin aejsbat iu hir People are now so proeperoos that they can afford to pay MVeio When you are sick what you like is to in ft 30 Critical Language need of pare their own floes and those of their friends best plac be chosen for a medicineyou the first ia what experience telle and keep out of Jail English in College and High Sebools best to be chosen in the place four or what reason I e Theory second best to When be first took bis position Mot ton says is Avs years ago bia fees for prisoners av be chosen in trie last place But if you 840 Ou time Q K Holbert Dr Inclination Dr Experience 860 1 Education aa a Moral v Intel-mo-u- 1 erged J8 ia six months with a falling can get Xeaton to hold a consultation to- Â¬ off to 4840 during tbo last half year sud lit firoe M E Wood Supt J gether they will give you the beet ad Â¬ At first 90 iter oent of the fines ordered vice that can be taken Davie by the courts were paid in Jell now it ia Whan you have a bad cold Dr Incli- Â¬ mono just the reverse nation would recommend Ohambelains 008 The Young Oitisena Oateehiem to He attributes thia decrease in --J H Pile Sunt A Drlekell Q P the paassgt of the local option crime in Cough Remedy because it is pleasant law and safe to take Dr Experience would Creel that vicinity aad the general prosperity recommend it because it never ails to 980 The teacher in hla Workshop of the county aa stated above effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr C W Barnes H J Graham Reason would recommend it because it 936 Prof J M N Downs Practi Will novo to Cloverpert is prepared on scientific principle and cal Nature Study Mrs O W 8etteraold arrived in the Essentials ia the course of city Monday for the purpose ot packing acts on natures plan in relieving the 966 study Sopts Aabcraft Bogera Prof and shipping her furniture and house Â¬ mug opening tbe secretions and re- Â¬ storing the system to a natural and Oardwelt hold goods to Oloverport Mr Setter healthy condition For sale by A R 1010 What ahall be our Criterion of fields health being such that be ia afraid Fisher Oloverport R A Shsllman Gibson Success Miss Dora E to spend the winter In such a dry climate Stepheneport 10 80 Wbattodolntbeacbool nxnn as tbia The Cumberland Courier Prof N T Groves and how to do it Plgg Hogg aad Bacon Meet The frienda of Charlie Satteifield reÂ¬ 1086 The great need of Kentncky gret to learn that hla health ia such aa to To tbe casual observer yesterday the School Supt Aabcraft aad J F Nail 10016 The Township Sehoor System require bis giving up his business and register of the Savoy Hotel looked more hope that ha may be able to take charge like an Inventory book of a packing R H 8pnrrier Q H Vertreea of lagaln In the near future house than a hotel register Early yes Â¬ 1116 Geaeral Boeinese onbe terday morning a stranger entered the Adjournment eiatlon Moeie The OeatAae Article hotel and signed J R Plgg Windsor Mo John Rhodes of Tar Fork ia the owner BiaBfkrfca Iron Verve A few minutes later two men stepped of the genuine article ia the kJealng bua Was the result of hla splendid health up to tbe deck and signed just below line He caught this mnch-talked-creature in the woods near his home Mr Piggs signature are not found where Stomach Liver 0 B Hogg Canton Ohio and Kidneys aad Bowels are out of order If bottled him foreafe keeping and pree Brown Bacon Chicago to the BmaacBK bido Nnws you want these qualities aad the cueeeea eatod The three gentlemen wbo attached It k brown little body about an inch they bring oca Dr Klaea New- - Life long with a Hobsoa expression about such strange names in juxtaposition were Pllit They develop every power of not acquainted with each other but brain aad body Only 86c at Short A the month It la now oa exhibition at when the hotel clerk saw the strange the News office Hajnes drug store signatures ths three gentlemen whose To Oct Oat Logs names attracted so much attention were CaatPeaay Raesgaa Harry Allen Bobbiha of West View eagerly sought by ths curious and it was OaptPeaay who tor tea yeara bote short tims before Messrs Plgg hat a contract to get out 700 or 800 logs been eaperlntendent ol tho Louisville all oak and poplar for OoU Lata Green Hogg aad Bacon were good friends A Evaaeville Mail line aad far yean aa Mr Plgg said that he bed nothing to at the Fans of Bough eteaatheat eaptala baa reaigaed Hie do with aay peeking house as bs was a failing of haaath toseea him to retire Thousands of the meet stubborn aad government mail contractor of Windsor fromactrveaalaana iHotroawng ease of pile have been cured Me Mr Hogg said that he and Mr by TJJLBaVS BUCKEYE PILE OINT Bacon were traveling men Kansas City fatla to core Pries Joarnal rsSefil isasta - MBNT It never iy Say esaea atort errloe 80 eta 1 bottles tabs 76 eta For sale arau im rrewinoni aea eaaaetwu The Farm Journal ia choke full of com la um kad taroal by A B Fisher teioac Bold gumption and has tbe Urgent circulation of aay farm paper in the world It ia good everywhere We offer It for a abort tine at a prise to advance paying sub seribers to tbe BaaoKJoraiiMa Nmws a ym ahead and ths Farm Joarnal for the balaace of 1809 and all of 1800 1901 1902 aad 1908 nearly five yeara all far the pries of our paper alone 2it - I Mm Mauri Waller who recently left Louisville to auke her borne la Bir miajham with her sister Mia William D analtb aaaouaead her engagement before her departare to Mr John Bnll der of OhloBeoaaye the Courier Journal Mo date baa beeaset for the wedding whleh will be solemnised lu Birming Â¬ ham after the Brat of ths year Mies Waller who ia tu daughter cf Mm Mettle Wt ller aad the late Thomas W Waller h aa aeeompliabed at tractive gUI Her nance la conn eted with Marshall Field A Co of Chicago Mies Wsller Is well known In tbia community having been the guest more Welkins Her than eaee of Mrs Dr 8 friends here extend ooagratulationa and wieb her much happiness in her marÂ¬ ried life iiei MarktNot MeMt For Feminine Eye MpMopln mnMBnmmmaBmntomBnMMmnmwmmHHHmmmm the apparently cry hieroalyphics and figures that are stamped on the inner aide of the uppers of ready marie shoes often aak me he meaning of BASKETT COAL IS A JEWEL That is the verdict of all housekeepers who used BASKETT COAL as a fuel last winter Its Good Points Are Numerous Vs Its An Economical Coal For the reason that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stove or grate with it at night close your drafts and youve got a fire that lasts until morning You do not have to use as much BASKETT COAL as other kinds because it has more substance and weight to it than fast burning coal ITS A CLEAN THE BASKETT COAL COAL All good bitu- Â¬ is clean Â¬ minous coal produces clinkers so does the Baskett but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove coal BASKETT COAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants SPECIAL PRICES IN CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO TJ Pittsburgh Coal Company jBsizejxhx DUKES Ths drought still continues Wheat sowing progresses slowly Mrs Laura Burnett has typhoid fever B Sapp attended Presbytery last week at Greenville According to appointment Broth e Hook omitted preaching here Sunday night and preached at Patesville Bible class at tbe Cumberland Presby- Â¬ terian church every Sunday at 10 oclock A M Every body should come There is enough political rottenness in the U uited States to day to make I he Devil hold his nose and gaepiora breath of air Owing to sickness news is searee this time We have not been able to gather much that might have been of interest DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IP YOU DO J P F 098 WRITE TO MONEY SAVED BY GETTING THEIR PRICES ON WILL COMPANY TKLKfHONK Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds Etc LOUISVILLE KY LON9 DIMTANOK 494 R WILDER Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky ot HARDIN WILDER the to tbe readers The good Editor of the Nawa has done muoh through his paper to build up good roads Now let him open wide the IN doors and avenues that lead to temper- Â¬ ance and turn loose bis mighty guns on that foe Rev 11 0 Hook of Hardineburg preached two good sermons here Saturday night and Sunday Brother Hook is a plain interesting and forcible speak Â¬ er and we believe ia making au impress Â¬ ion upon the minds and hearts of bia hearers at this place that will soon tell of tbe good hs is doing in the Masters service HardtawlMtrx Honor Roll Report of the second and third grades of the Hardineburg public school The following la their per oent Mama West 99 Alton Kinebeloc 98 Virginia Heneley 98 Harry Hoben 98 Katie Stith 97 Ernest HasweU 97 Lis sis Bpeana 98 Mac Brown M Kathryn Kinoheloe 98 Arthur HasweU 98 Stuart Babbegc 96 Jim Bigbam 96 Virgil Babbage 96 Charlie MeOill 9f ghellie Tucker 96 This roll requires paactaal attend nor oent and good deport average of 96 Every Wednesday and Thursday after IRVINGTON Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work such aa Bridges aad Crowns a apeoiaHy Latest applianoas used Good work guaranteed zdzehstt WANT Something handsome in the way of a Fine Dinner or Tea Set If so I ean suit you I hare soma of the boat English and German Ohina Dinner and Tea Seta oyer shown in this plaoa Ibi Dont bay heap inferior ware whan you can got first quality Ohina at a last prion Gome and be oonyinoed A fall line of Fancy Goods to be aeon at all times and at the lowest prions IV ver Familiar Latin ot all people a sea oaptaina wlfs should have made the mistake There are certain hackneyed eapreaslons that all sorts aad kinds of people stupid and clever feel bound to ass aad the oaptaina wife was one of tiem Terra flrma seems to mean a great deal more to some people than a cood plain English exprssstoa would That was tbe word tbe sea captains wife wanted to use Sbs had beea oa a loag voyage with her husband end her de light at getting back on land was un Â¬ feigned Oh t aha exclaimed joyfully aa she I am so glad to bo on stopped ashore Pittsburg Dispatch vice verse again Â¬ BRING TbtTR k gaaBanBnamHPP HBi i BBaaBBnaWI AaMI Old Commonwealth This THE Fall It ia strange that PRODUCT TO MA mGHMTT FEICnS I PAY THB pr ment SCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES November contests arrj going to be heated and you want to keep posted espec- Â¬ ially in your local affairs No paper is better prepared to furnish thfc political news of the local field than THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS We with its army of country correspondents will send the NEWS for one year and the Farmers Home Journal for nearly five years for the price of your home paper Â¬ uuk arte lib iHirtlM mt col Ike Meet A bold mu oeqr kick i vee eeaaaMeii Urn the Dr tans Ocean larea Is the Nitai yfutnesi m iismsm I ejeilcaw rasteey eg ETC ETC ETC mi 100 ihimm ms - A Little Ooi Bryans excursions Into interna- Â¬ tional politics shine with lnformerlon even aa hla voyages la finance and political economy At the great Dallas Dollar Dinner the Colonel said that tbe Boers bays the sympathy of all the Hits the Ipet It American people exoopt shoes wbo have When eufterittg from a severe oold aad abandoned the doctrine that govern Â¬ your throat and lungs feel core take e ments derive their just powers from the Honey aad Tar consent of ths governed As ths Boers dose of Veley kens will be at are a minority bent oa keeping down when the sore I warm great- - the majority Col Bryans application of onoe relieved wm of the parts af Â¬ the consent of tbe governed seems a lit ful feeling and bealiov But be covered so much fected will be experienced and you will tle peculiar aay It saela eo good It hits the spot ground actual and literal that muoh It is guaranteed A B Fisher Olover Â¬ moat be forgiven to him New York port E A Witt Hardineburg Sun HIGGINS THB UP-TO-DA- TB GBOOER ST5r LOCUST LAWN HERD Ob Setardey Om rat e ef Oofksr iSw ae mj turn H mil Inm CMaeaMSk Ky I wttTobr t public mtt io U kejaeet eee UA bttder iU reetrty vU 1 work fctUowlmf daKriba bona alia oawa i lacauac call taartlaa cattla Boca Mteeee ia haad of bog a j aroo4 nrtund a aUbta la laaiatr 1m plaaMoU an farmiog utwMSa kr raaaa bndba tuUla alowa barrow aa I of Registered PoUad China Swine I i Ja Â¬ of Ka kca I CWaa ffiX-rias--r en eJPeJf M a SW a wbaayae MNeV imnvi V faCTaf awTM aw anWPPB n Th moat etabbora oases of BraeebJUs There are two men in Vermont who ae old that that tbev have quite for Â¬ ssMxmmbtoBALLABPS HOKfcHOHNu ate H gotten who the are and there le nobody SYHUP Pries M and AO Fisher Dragsdet who knows alt re eta--- eataahova U W Skula bekikimlMbeakTories oModt kaowa of aata Sal to m io a m wl af riMNal M tffi saanW elvaw rei Iba ereeeatUow aa wkkb I oa o bee or aa taw aa Waaaii aeakaw fcM iapTvaWwSiaiina i w WfW rrrtsi W bay fTbw t Jaf frt rattia Hiu pr Aatiwnaar Clark ClttW ltiit Ky a Ci m A m hM oaiiae aa ltmtil FOOTi SN trvtanttoa k 1riflS MEJSX jiafefci immAZ msm KB M r TI r5 i gwiyr -- WlfMIM mf iliii vUtim W Ilnh JjB ii in ifcilliW I Ifiipipi iSHaH i f NEW GOODS Ladies Gents and A8WCIJILTT Ooms money I have decided to remain in Hardinsburg and have filled my store with the latest Novelties of the season in all lines ImsSMrts OnrtMrtt PSE great variety I hare the Nobbiest Lin of Chat Ladles and Misses W PRICES QKNT STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS GROCERIES up-to-da- OitertMrtt yMifMllrls Misses Furnishing Goods I pay situs m reoiui HfkttUrtt FHiill Shirts WWtlrtim CiltfNilim Hose Underwear Corsets and Shoes In 11 5 4 Erer seen in Hardiosbarg irilHllifclfSilrtt TBS LATEST OUT Line te respect in every The Newest Purest the market affords Freshest and I sad set wast I hay sad gtt mr prions I want a share of your trade and expect to get it only by firing yon the best prices the bast goods and the best treatment I sell no goods on long time no big rent and pay no clerk hire I am satisfied with a small profit What does ail this mean It meant money eared to the eonsomer Ill kinds of Produce taken at the highest market prioes l Breckenridge News -- 3k IIjCjIEICJjlv smmmmimmsmm Â¬ I pay no interest on borrowed Yours Truly Come and see me HARDINSBURG 2CB3S1 JJ U OSCST- - dtv maa grows tired of endless avenues l t of brick and stone and bossing wires and longs for the quiet retreats the fresh Jm 9 4 T ft SaeWf IsHm art I reyrWtis air the uadimmed sunshine of the rural neighborhood yet let the exchange be WBDHB8DAY OCT 18 1SW made and ia less than a reasonable time would both be sighing for the greener fields my neighbor has Yea the farmer boy should be happy bat he cant sse it that way and so it is SABM Bf THANKS iwlnKM terati tost with his brother in the town It was the asms way with his grandfathers run Â¬ ttmMM fcatgei f r at Mm rata f t Mti ning as far back as Adam EIGHT PAGES IN ABVANCB HHEY ANNOUNCEMENT Wc are aathorkml to Amowee Jeo A Barry m tee Nominee of th Democratic Party to XmmM Breckeartdge Cwnty la tin Lower Itevec of the next General AfMntUy of Kentucky Somsthino harder than aa L and N engine struck Goebel when Bronston spoke Thx worlds wheat supply for 1889 ac-Â¬ cording to a statement just issued by Statistician Joha Hyde of the Depart meat of Agriculture estimates the orop at 3640000000 bushels a falling off of 327000000 as compared with the crop oflSW Wx people who hate beea wed to bat one side of Ithe tariff ques Â¬ tion the Free Trade side will lad in another column a very Intelligent article oa the other the Protection side It is well enough to read and study both sides of aay question We are free to confess that Mr Dinglevs side impresses as very fayorably What we all want or should want is a policy that brings results Let it be Free Trade or Protection readiBfc LINKS OF FRIENDSHIP In a recently reoel vsd volume of poems by Joseph S Cotter of Louisville is found the little verselet published this week in another column This is only one of many bright gems ot thought dis covered between the covers of this book which we prise highly This effort on the part of the author is the more ap predated when we realise the obstacles with which he has had to contend Joseph Cotter was born in Nelson county ia 1861 but has lived most of his life in Louisville where he worked as a teamster until he was twenty two when his education began After two terms at the first one of Louisvilles night schools for oolored people he began to teach He studied diligently all the while and is now the principal of the colored ward sohool at Eighth and Ken- Â¬ tucky streets Born of a race whioh has given practically nothing to literature he has struggled on and on through poverty and obscurity until his talents have been noted by men of discrimination and in- Â¬ fluence until today he fills a place high up among hie oolored brethren and of no mean value in the world of literary aspirants Â¬ Â¬ Tax day of guess work in farming has In every detail of the farmers calling knowledge counts for gain Other things being equal the landworker who keeps abreast of the times has aa im Â¬ passed mense advantage over him who is con Â¬ tent to plod along m the footsteps of his ancestors The Nxws proposes to furnish ideas not of its own but of good prac- Â¬ tical farmers who know their business oa the latest and best aad are methods of farming Breckenridge is aa agricultural county Her lands are just as fertile as any in the State Her far- Â¬ mers are just as competent to do good work as any in the land All they seed is a little more push and enthusiasm If a man loves farming there is just aa good show for him in Breckenridge county as any where on earth Lands are good and cheap climate superb the best Stand by water the fairest women your county and go into win te your child has bronchitis or croup Wane bo time delay may be dangerous Dr Bulls cough vnip curat at oocc It la a safe and infallible remedy All draggiete sell it lor 35 cent Use Dr IhHs Causa Syrup at sees If Taking Sides Against Their Own Country Our esteemed contemporary in Ohio the Bucyrus Journal addresses to the Demootfilo anti ezpanstonists of the United States generally and to Mr John R McLean and his followers in particular this effective rebuke for the encouragement and assistance they are lending to enemies in arms and fighting against our flag The war has been represented as un Â¬ just and unnecessary and as one of ag-Â¬ gression on oar part upon a weak and injured enemy A more effectual means could not have been devised to encourage the en- Â¬ emy and protect the war than to advocate and adhere to their oause and thus give them alii and comfort It is a source of great national pride and exultation that the great body of our people have thrown no each obsta cles ia the way of the- Government in prosecuting the war sueeeesfally lut have shown themselves to be eminently patriotic and ready to vindicate their countrys honor and interests at any sacÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Thx farmers had a great meeting at Boston last week It was a national af- Â¬ fair Representative farmers from all over the country were there We were impressed with what Col T 0 Slaugh- Â¬ ter of Texas said in his talk about ag- Â¬ ricultural progress in the South Hear him I am glad I am here I go home freighted with new ideas with broader views greater pride and a warmer love for my country and calling No Boa Ionian has invited me to a dish of bacon and beaue nor bored me with his super- Â¬ ficial knowledge and esthetic manners or patronised me with Ids superior Your warmth wealth and antecedents of hospitality and brotherhood for hu manity has broken my spectacles of pre- Â¬ judice Come south and west please aad let us break yours We extend a hearty welcome to the moral and indus Â¬ trious eitisens of every clime regardless of antecedents political or religious creed He said further in speaking of organi- Â¬ sation Farmers most make their wants known How Organise aad educate Use their power and influence through the farm institute aad other mesas at baad and present their ease to the law Â¬ makers in such a way that there shall be ao getting away from it This is what farmers institutes do for a bmw The farmer who dont get ia teach with hit institute had better get at of the business Â¬ rifice The alacrity and promptness with which our volunteer forces rushed to the field on their countrys call prove not only their patriotism but their deep conviction that our canes is just The language ia not that o the Bucy Â¬ rus Journal nor does it publish it as such Our contemporary is merely quo- Â¬ ting from a message seat to Congress in 1846 by a Democratic President James K Polk - Yet this Democratic rebuke to Demo Â¬ crats ia quite as applicable now as it was then to the eases of those whom Sam Medarv an Ohio editor of half a century ago also a Democrat described as polit Â¬ ical madmen who bare taken sides against their own country They bad better be doge added the vigorous and patriotic Bam Medary in hie rightous indignation and bay the moon than stand uleajasod ia the sight of humanity and the world New York Yaleanla Arc grand 1 TUB ONLY PRIOM The Paadler ia the Kentucky Advo Â¬ cate published at Danville gives a dis- Â¬ sertation oa mans dieooatest with his own kmrrooadlngs his Inborn belief la the superiority of somebodys else ohaaea over his own la the taee lor lifs Bap pluses is bought with the single eota oontentment which pries ia beyond the reach of many even of these who count their money by the bankhd often- Â¬ times This lststettlns aaeshet sayst As one philosopher pant it these it romance about every ship exeat the one we sail la The bor oa the farm ia happy aad doesnt know it and likewise the boy ia town I is the earns old story of all the best ashing boles being lost across the rivor The field we are in looks green indeed but the field beyond ia greener The eonntryman overlooks the pleasÂ¬ ures around him and dreams of the ease and comforts of the man in towaj the Braptissj botBldnataptions rob life otjoy Buoklena Arnica Salve cares them also Old Baanlng aad fever Sores Ulnars Boils Veloaa Corns Warts Outs Bruises Boms skalds Chapped Haada Chilblains Bast Pile ante on earth Drives est Pains and Oauy eta a box Onie guar eUbyaaMrtirlaynas a Drug- - Mn R V Hudson Mrs I D Gregory Sr and daughter Miss Nellie were io Uaarvlue Friday attending the big enow Taking it In E B Kaglish of Webstar a farmer of thai aaotto waa in LoolsriUa last week taking in the sight be derived from local option were the sole consideration my article would have Jolly Ben Rosenthal of Owsnsbore needed no other caption than that gives by Mrs J H 8 But I have already was in the etty Friday stated the varirus reasons why in my Waller Huanart who has been in opinion ths open saloon would be little South Dakota for the past two years re- Â¬ less objsctionabls than local option aa it turned home last week exists in Lewlsport today and it is thereMrs Beckley and Miss Bristow c f Jef- Â¬ fore unnecessary to reiterate them now ferson Bounty have returned home after That local option is ia some instances a a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J Dulln suooees there can be no question aad H L Meyers went to Hawesvills last that Mrs J U 8 has seen the better Thursday to hsar the speech ot Hon E phases of it I think very probable I do T Franks Hs reports a large crowd a not doubt that in a moral sense the splendid speech and much enthusiasm town of Earlington has been greatly ben Â¬ The Wright Comedy Co closed a three efited by local option as the lady states nights engagement at the opera house but has it ever occurred to her that the last Wednesday night The show was benefits thus derived might be greatly diminished were Sarlington bat seven very poor and ths patronage consequent teen miles from one of the greatest whis Â¬ ly light Geo D Madden an old Lewlsport ky producing cities in the world with boy who traveled out of Louisville for which plaoe she has direct communica Â¬ many years was hsre several days last tion by rail and river I will not say nor week Mr Madden is at prssent with a have I ever asserted positively that the open saloon would be preferable to local St Louis house option even as it exists in Lewlsport at Mr J M Coombs of Gannelton has present but with the ladys permission rented ths house at prssentoooupied by will susgest that having seen the oper- Â¬ Peter Best Jr and will move into it as I ation of local option in its better form soon as it is vacated Mr Beet will move she visit our little city some day Satur into his elegant cottage now being erect day afternoon or evening and get a ed on West Pell street when it is com- Â¬ glimpse of the shady side of the ques Â¬ pleted tion I would not have the impression Hon Henry D Allen spoke hsre Fri- Â¬ howsver that our town is a rowdy one day night and W E Minor followed on for s compared with many others it Saturday afternoon Ex Governor Brown does not deserve this unenviable disÂ¬ came in for the lions share of their vi- Â¬ tinction but well this does not alter tuperation Taylor olaiming but little of the fact that local option in Lewlsport their attention The attendance was as I view it is not a howling success very light and enthusiasm apparently at a decidedly low ebb Never Say Ms Many desperate oases of kidney die- Father Drury of Knotteville olossd a pronounced inoarable have been series of lectures on Catholicism at the Catholic church last Sunday night A cured by Foleys Kidney eure Many query box was a feature of the lecture physicians use it A R Fisher Glovsr and many questions of divers character port B A Witt Hardlnecurg pertaining to Catholicism and the priest- Â¬ Davisou Stone all of whioh hood were propounded were answered with more or less lucidi- Â¬ On ths evening of October 8th the ty Father Drury is a scholar and an marriage of Mr Albert Davison and Mies able speaker Lillian Stone was solemnised at the Falls At the meeting of the stock holders of of Rough ohurch The bride waa attended by Mies Mollis the Kentucky Chair Mig Co on Tues- Â¬ of last week the following Davison as maid of honor with Miss day evening Belle Davison as bridesmaid G Leslie officers were elected B H Poiadexter President Joe 0 Pell Secretary and Brack served Mr Davison as grooms Treasurer and J M Coombs Manager man while Mr Jeff Davison acted as The directors are Peter Best Jr B H beet man Promptly at 8 oclock the bridal party Polndexter J O Pell F Lelboritc and J W Haden The work of putting in ascended the aisle to the familiar strains machinery and othT details looking to-Â¬ of Mendelsohns wsdding march deftly ward the completion of the enterprise executed by Miss Peggy Oris wold Rev will be pushed forward as speedily as J D Duncan pronouncing ths words possible and it is confidently expected whioh made them man and wife The that the factory will be in operation in bride ia wsll known for her beauty and obarm of manner while Mr Davison is the course of a few weeks recognised as a young man of sterling Russell Dntton a notorious character character created a disturbance on Fourth street Many friends assembled to extend Saturday afternoon and Marshal Jones congratulations and wish them God attempted to arrest him Dutton who speed resisted desperately was intoxicated Mr and Mrs Davison will reside at and Jones was getting decidedly the Falls ot Rough for the present M J D worst of the encounter when he drew of Rough his revolvsr and fired the ball passing Falls through Duttons ooat Believing in the 1 1 onfbfc to know that whan suffer old adage that a good run is better than Yfl U 1 from IU My kidney trouble that a bad stand Dutton then started down a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney the street a la Star Pointer Two more Cure Guaranteed or money refunded shots were then dispatched In his direc Â¬ A R Fisher Oloverport JC A Witt tion but either the balls were leas Hardinsbur speedy than the sprinter or Jones Resigns aa Foreman of the News marksmanship was faulty for Dutton Mr Robert J Barry who for the past escaped without asoreteh and as yet has Considerable eighteen months has bean foreman of not been apprehended excitement was created by the episode the Naws leaves today for bis home in as many people were on the street at the Portsmouth O He has resigned to acÂ¬ cept a similar position at the above Urns Mr Joha Fernet of New York waa town Mr Barry is auapable printer hare aevarel diva laat weak renawl nr and one who thoroughly nnderstaads his profession TilS NXWS lOSftS a Val 11 aMmalnionAO Vr Pnur here many years ago his father havlBgjfb oPoye in giving him no been engaged in merchandising at this lavestigallttf the Laws plans back in the fifties Forty years Mr George Polk of Tobiaameft was havs passed since he left here and John was then a boy in bis teens since whioh in town Monday Mr Polk had the time be has never returned until now misfortune to lose some snobs on the and many of the playmates of his boy barge which sank while being towed hood days have long since passed to the great beyond Some were left however lavestigate the marine laws to greet him but these few were fast falling with the sire and yellow leaf Baaossnaipoa Haws for a year and the period and the frosts of many winters Farm Journal for the balaaee of MM have sprinkled their locks with stiver and all of 1900 1901 1908 and 1908 near Mr Fernet la a buyer for the great ooCse ly five years all for the price of our pa house of Arbuckls Bios of Mew York per alone Just walk up to the eaptaias and travels principally ia Mexico Cen Â¬ offloe and draw the biggest prise you tral America and Braail and this visit ever drew waa solely the result of a long felt desire to once more return to the home of his WUI Attend ths Oraad Longs of boyhood whore as he himself declares the happiest days of bis life were spent Mr Robert L Oelae went to Louisville In yoar last Isaac Mrs J H 8 save Monday He goes to attend the Grand Your Lswieport correspondent asks ths Lodge of F and A M of hcatockv question Does local option payf and which convenes In that city Mr Oelse then proceeds to express her views on represents the Oloverport Lodge 183 of the subject which she does in a very this city earnest and able manner If however Noes rvlore Pactortes the lady will again refer to my article A New York Oapitaltat was in the etty she will I think dissever that she has last week whoa name we wets snahie mtaqaoted me aosaewhai II my mem Â¬ to lean with a view of potting ap eshas ory serves me oorreotly the question eo that is if s factory suitable lor the was not Does local option pay but purpose could be obtained Is weal option a failure The differ- Â¬ Promoted ence may seem alight but as my argu aasas was not made solely from a Moan Foster Lyons who has been employed oiaj standpoint the difference ia of more at Inrlngton by the Henderaon Route conssqueuos than might appear at first as night wstchoaui has been praosotcd thought K the financial advantages to to ths pncKJoa of fireman LEWISPORT BRAN DCN BUBO John Poweil was at home last week Mrs Id Yeakel has returned from Loaltvtlta Mr Sod Reese m here to see his wits who is some better Mrs Dr Feecy wds in LonisvtlU last week for several days Mr and Mrs Ones Bennett have gone to Louierille Io reside D W Lewis the popular drummer was at hone last Sunday Announcement carda are received of the Paeey8banks marriage Miss Bess Lewis is in Louisville to re- Â¬ main till dose of the Carnival Tommie Ditto of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jeff Ditto Miss Joaie Thorasbnry spent Sunday at home She is teaching very suooees You Need a Hat No article of wearing apparel adds or detracts so much as the Know the import- heacigear ance of making a good selection We Keep the - ally Mr aad Mrs B Bonduraai spent Sou- day with Mrs James Blckerstaffat Long Branch Mrs Moremea and Miss Linale spent last wesk in Louisville and attended the Carnival Mr and Mrs Lea Nevitt took ia the aad remained over till Blks Tuesday Dr W B Fusty and wife are expected here this week to visit Dr D O Posey and family I hope Miss Susie Rider will write from Sandy Hill for the Meade Msssen ger and Kaws Mr W J Bryan is in Kentucky with Mr Goebel Mr Blackburn will Join Proper Thing jll the newest styles and shapes can be found in our stock Vv- You Want to Buy We Want to Sell We have Mens Hats and Boys Hats of all sizes and prices We must get rid of them and you must help us Every head can befitted andevery taste satisfied Come and see for yourself them at Frankfort MissJsn Hardin is visiting relatives and friends in Hardinsburg Miss Jens parents lived there at one time Miss Mary Lewie will go to Louisville this wsek for a visit then to Vine Grove to see her sister Mrs Jesse Malia At this date Misses Virginia Rhodes and Jimmie L Woolfolk are still in Louisville having a delightful stay Mr Burton will attend the Teachers Association at Beaver Dam Friday He will take in Mammoth Cave oa his trip ia in ths Nxws ones Her presence adds prestige to one of the best county papers in Kea 1 I am glad Mies Bowmsr tacky Miss Hallie Dowdy is in Louisville for fall items in the dreat makers line She will be glad to see her friend when she returns this week Brother Litchfield preached last San day on Work Obristiaa work He wishes all of his members to meet blm Wednesday night on sspsoia busiaees Mr Tbos Teave and sons have given H 0 Woodsons mill a beautiful aatamn tint of paint Our mill has fame abroad for the finest grade of flour Mr The Larger the Stock The Lower the Price VBST WEBUTkR A good rain ia needed Tony McCoy is better again Mm L G Jordan ia otmvalesoina There is eeasidetabis atokaess eroond iJS 32 One James la Just Bickerstaffl - of Lonsr Branch tton the nicest bay yon ever Meowatande- - fe END MONEY NO COT THltt A MM to US nA ureteral MJ T a Uwn4smMavnmnnnnmnl ih a to yoswg--abi- g Miss Barbara Sbacklettis establish id the Fanners Bank Miss Bottle Bells Hamilton is with hat LaJtat atyUsin line Mies Minnie Bland issssred excellent service m oraesiiat dnrinf the protracted u Maw Ada Brown had Important Asttas ths kepi bor from casing early It Is s great ocomwliahmsiit tor a young lady to play and lead In the sfnftag We are sorry Irrlngton didnt realise quite all of her wmbes mtt anaSaraud baiMrsbntJcnowbatviagttMisswcirOalt We havs Bro pleased them Litchfield reeatnid aad an extra Snnday third makdng three atrmow hand ths fifth Sunday when We are glad Ths protracted services at the Bagnat shnrsh olossd last week with about fifteen additions The meeting has re dounded la much good to the entire commaaitf Next Snnday Bra Dovall wlU Breach to ths yonng ooajrerts and tie members generally He asks for the the olrsearnakinK Â¬ Hl presence of each While D W Falrleigh wes bore to at- funeral a tele hls father-in-law- s came summoning him to New David ia there a York on boslweas gnat deal ia his legal profession He b In the prime of life araceful handsome and robust I never bad but one fault to find with David Hs was a 16 to 1 1 enjoyed meeting and chatting with thoaasiml edttatoi ttpaaflaet am He is kieking as old David CW already expanded for this paper expands all ths time I have a letter today from a friend who ban Ukeu this paper for three years ia which be ays I nror saw soon aa tmpwvcsnoal la a paper and tharv is a great ioture for AguMi Even the fissbbs uroay ul it hero on ni your nrat tint rtru ftl e iii1 If Water both for stock and drinking eatuftu tirrt at l a rprtd pnrposssis gatttng soarce MOST OHnt Adkkson of Bawleyville came r lmru dowaonaay to visit his father a stock JLDmneASonwinpnt in nli1 of goods at OUIton Mills this week IMM thsnceaeisMSM rtsrotso will aieragw Itt talk with Charlie onr Havinahada enUrW ltMM aHa UUtU til ftr rn susittciona hare snheided T somewhat TbhCtrelM Hash Cape rfttrtiul ittiHBbt Qatts a number from here attended Ml Seal raik M Ineaaikmcr nut run nvwp mtea lauafa bb4UHKR4 Ikwith iiImU tmW fn1 the Oweaeboro fair and reported Haano- Trimmed ul aroned wlib I aa Ulaetreted bMrilv Interlined wit aifaaaa fkrWM h htm CUat Cllllnil iliiit Aaaah i Mies Annie Omyeomb bas returned front S rlsit to Daviess and Henderaon tbie in r j write caontiaa Wo regret to say that L G Jordan Slat a lovely home will be disposed of a largest and jolUeat man in the conn- - and those contemplating ths purchase of ty ia Indisposed a home will do well to be present Stewart has gone to Sample to H We have long thought 8 B Payne fill a large contract of sawing for the would make an ideal magistrate and at railroad company last he has yislded to the importunlUtn A strong appeal comes to us from the of his friends to become a candidate in best men ot all political parties to this district Capable honest dmuw stamp out Gocbellsm taklug and toooomtoal he will fill JmNo man that votes for 8 B Pajrne for felt want magistrals will ever have any remorse Pleasant QrcccJng of osnacience for having dons so Mr Frank Hall engineer on the A mania has struck ths farmers about Henderson route while palling Ut Clifton Mills to sell out Thata a good throttle Thursday ajgl headed toward plaoe to go to purchase s farm now home noticed uartlenlarty a decided Among the recent new arrivals ia onr change in the atatosphere Upon itrri community ia a little girl at Fred Trip ing at the shops everything bad a diiiW letfs and a little boy at Doc Nortona Mt appearance and he hastilv weot huiit If Is should turn suddenlv cold we to relate his feelings to hie wife VViu would certainly have a ooal famine here opening the door a bright faced litto So far we have been nuable to procure fellow greeted birr by saying both anv ooal pape It arrived on the above iwy two and both mother aud uhitd are d lug Mantes Sterna aad Harrington piesaant vtaTors of Miss Llmie Halls for well xa no number litftasdl bodr at awst ai and we win MeaseH Ui BWaieft1 Plunh voa by cxuoiwt 0 si- 6 l snbjest ajlnatlM ton van nd BmntaH try i I f y n w ftWffl I - I I I Liiil2tL 00 i a bsrsoa said during the years pastorate several days past left for Oloverport Saturday Kvervbody bare teerelted very mtxab to give up flro Ugbara as pastor He aseatly endeared hisasnif to ejr people Will SinveeJ Another elltumr verport to uw4nt it is Mr peanuw IVlay hiu- v Wnt itin wins I itxt lii v M - iJ - i au arfMiwT iiirf mi hi rid iiTirrvirihitiiffsJiwai - s42l- WStM rjmmm HU WW IJSiwrjpwr Mi mamLmsmmAMM V -- IWilTM w Win iniiririitiaftmmMaaani lifiyir ARE YOU v7 - fvv Tf frjHjp fKMipnHM111 - ismaiuifsmn vtjrf j vny mmjF T w iMpajpHnwaaajiMeHMB B DeHatea rntaraed Sundny site e plssssnt visit to Mr and Mrs Orfllo DeHavea at Holt James Laweon Jr of Lentovllle was a pesseDger on the west boaad train Int arday moraine for Xvaasville Miss Katie Meeee after an enjoyable stay with Mae Olivia Fallon has re Â¬ turned to her home at Big Olifty Fred DeHoy and Moorman Willie re-tamed Friday night from Louisville where they had bean severe days Misses Mangle Lewie and Carrie Gra- Â¬ ham spent Soariey at SkUlman the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Oulley Mrs Elvira J Babbage wao after sev Â¬ eral weeks sUy wjsh her danghteHa lew Mrs V G Babbage has returned home MreMtyX Sheldon and Mrs Annie Wbelanand roe Harry of Oannelton were in the ejty tetany the gneeto of A aSbeMonand wife Mr and Mrs JL X Moorman and daughter Maraaret returned Sunday from a weeks vtottto Mm tJetlle Hatch- ott near Henderson There to on dtopiajr at Qingory A Gib-Â¬ sons a beautiful ton stseo toilet set with artistic decorations which to being sold at the low figure of 876 Mn Mary Lees aa estimable old lady of Oannelton Ind dted tost Thursday Shs was the mother of Johnnie Less who m well known In this city Mrs Hugh Weatherholt and Misses EmmaPulk Mary Anderson and Lena Lamb were down from Toblaaport on tKia J LONG BRANCH spent Sunday with his brother Jeff Ditto Harvey K and Laason Ditto were visitors to Lontoville last week The Kentucky Heating Co got a vary flue well oa the Free Benham pleas The Misses Oratnber of Garrett ate visftteg their Mar Mm Jim BtokeUs OaarheH Ditto West Point spent Sunday with hisstotor Mrs A Ditto J Tony Miles seeaw to be doing quite a with his bay compressor in Mis X Ditto Lontoville constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ BANKRUPTinhith T Womans Mysterious Ills MstmuUtm e SamP tutturt fy Dr Htrtwutu eras ttllt Htm to tnr Am travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if to OUNG JMsV aTIS HI Tutts Liver Pills will cure you For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases NEVER DESPAIR avija sununsnamw W naamv Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OCT News 18 ISM Jim Btokemtea-- sad Boss McQhee wave in Lontoville tost weak attending the OualveL W 0 MeGbee to the hottest antlOoe bel men in the nsighberhood bat be m not the only one Mrs Wm Bashett and grandson were visiting in the Sandy Hill neighbor hood the last few days Tom Tear aad family and Emmet Coleman aad family spent Saaday with Mrs Anna BteketeUtf Ned Beeee Besses Ohio arrived here lest week to spend a little time with bis wife at her fathers where she has been sink for some little time Watt Fowler and family spent Sunday with his brother Sam Fowler Watt has a little girl who has six toes on each foot aad six fingers on each hand The train killed a fine young mule for John Ohenault last week What more can be expected when stock to allowed to run loose on the railroad tracks and the railroads wont fence their right of way There to a law compelling railroads to fence their right of ways If there to not there should be as it to very de Â¬ structive to live stock F Ditto 8r died at his sons A Dit- Â¬ to Jrs last Friday Oct 13th at five oclock He had been at invalid for more than a year utterly unable to do anything for himself He would have been 79 yean old the 8th day of Decern- Was If tea lisLf IfatAjl 4a Viown anan If l ltm W w mnt in farming and he was the possessor of two very fine farms All of his children and grandchildren except one attend d his funeral and most of them were at the bedside when death came He leaves seven children four eons and three daughters A Ditto Jrs neighbors were extremely kind during the lllness of bis father stood ready at any moment to render service in care of Tte Nws in Brief kitei rwr 44444 Nattlne parties are all the go Farmers we erring for rata 4 Wilbnm GrMorr to on the sink list Fresh oysters Friday At F SeMrietts Ladle go to 8alser for yonr collar Mondys Oannltow Inquirer Go to 8eifried for your fresh oysters Wnito Green was a passenger on San Staple and fancy groceries at Bnleerf day nights west banted train returning Oooka an at a preminm In this town home from Louisville While there he The boys are beginning to eat snares didnt miss any of the Carnival Fanoy plaids for ladies skirts at Bar Mr and Mrs Oonrad Wlnenell who have been visiting Mr and Mrs William kers H V Harris of LonisyHle to ha the WinebellofToblneDortIndleft Mon day for their home at Moaeeaa 111 dty Mrs Akx Boyd will leave to day for Bookport Ind to to have an rax asse Lenisville to be the guest of her daugh- Â¬ factory While Oysters served in any style at F ter Mrs Charles P Babbage there she will take In the Carnival Selfrieds Mm Forest Llgfatfoot to vfaMnc in b and nausea are all oouaeoted with Hawesrille pepekor Indigestion HEBBINE will MtoaLontoa Babbage went to Lonle giys yon prompt relief Pries 80 cU ville Friday A B Fisher Drnaaist Misses Ella and Jane Smith spent San Mrs Horace Lewis and ehildree of day at Holts Terra Haute Ind were here Friday and Havnt we bad a remarkable spell of Saturday with her cousin Fiorenos Lewweather so fai is Mrs Lewis before returning borne Mrs H V Duncan returned Friday will visit relatives at Hardlneburg from Louisville Miss Jenny Green of Falls of Bough Edward Gregory contemplates moring who spent a few days the guest of Mr to Oannelton Ind and Mrs George W Snort left Friday Stylish men who are after stylish col Â¬ for Loutovflls where she will be for a month at the borne of Mr aad Mrs lars most go to Suiters Marshal Morris The election of a new Board of Mimes Katie Storks of Hardin county Oonncilmen in November of Mnldraogfa are coming to to town and Lola Harrington Tobacconists are in the city visiting Mr and Mrs Joseph preparatory to begin buying Seymour They spent Sunday at Tar Mr H L Stader and Miss Boss Ryan Springs and were aooompanied by Messrs spent Sunday in Irrington Ether Hall and Jo Tom Mattingly Jesse Owen went to Louisville Satur- Â¬ Farm Journal for the balance of 1800 day to take in the Carnival and all of 1000 190L 1002 and 1008 near Â¬ Jesse Keys and family were at Ljodi ly five years to every subscriber who burg Sunday with relatives one year in advance for the will Most any kind of a manufacturing BnaoKmnuDOi Nxws No better farm plant wonld pay in this town paper than the Farm Journal Dfato offMattio Willis who has been er to only made to a limited number Little the first who oome forward quite ill is convalescent - af IT Miss Alliens Murray will leave to day W9Cww wWeTffawefavWt lor Hawesville to visit friends Messes Jno D A V G Babbage The numerous street fairs ik Illinois GxjmjwsttL renewing my sab are meeting with great access soriptioatothsNxwsitgiyeeme great Commercial travelers report the largest pleasure to notice the wonderful im Â¬ provement it has maas sin I began to business they have bad in years read it la Its ladseoadsaot of view its Eugene Mrs William Vest and son feartoesnem in all public affairs and in spent Sunday at the Tar Springs Â¬ knowledge of the subject The periodical suffering to painful It to aooompanled by many varying sensations that disk ess now much of tnia la necessary matter of guesswork The question to shrouded in mystery book for women Health and Beauty treato X these matters with delicacy and at the same time with eieamesa Write ta the Medicine Company Columbus O for itt It to mailed free It to a nvaetteal printed talk to women Dr Hartmeu defines womens diseases ae catarrh and telle how cures them Mrs Naeve see Morrison St Portland Ore writes aa loUowet Mtdkhu Ce Ctlnmbnt 0 JtM nmSow Dkax when I lived In Columbvs I began to take 117 aad have need It aad the ever since whenever I needed medicine I have never found an equal to for regulating the menses and before I began to take it I waa never regular and always had more or 1cm pain I had tried many different medicines before I saw but without sucoessH There to nothing mysterious about the action of It to not a care ell but It cures catarrh wherever located and there may be catarrh in any organ of the body as all are lined with muoous membrane Mrs M 0 Mehl 604 Walnut St Columbia Pa eeys I have been troubled with catarrh and a soreness in my bowels for several years I tried everything1 that waa recommended I fa led and am happy to say that I am now entirely well Dr Hartmans advice may be had without oharge by any woman who will write for It Hie book on Chronic Catarrh is also mailed free It explains the danger of local treatment All druggists sell 3US3KmPWZSm w5f ammKxvVnunaani women are constantly sled about their health Ia- deed female troubles pnsale sal women Older women have experience but few possess WIV THpt Make husbands ha py by making home li lappier than lodge room Our House Furnisl ings are helpers to happ homes Our goods ai honest handsome am handy at a less price thai expected elsewhere Tmwj 1 Fe-rn-- aa Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Man-a-ll- n 0in Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-- - Pe-ru-- eyaayevevayeyur k New York Dental Parlors Adrertiaements mwid umhr thit Aee at the rata of em cent a word escA intortion rOK SALC FARX lb 4SWSrSWS WAN Ky LOST J 542 FOURTH STREET 542MAKE BUT N0 MISTAKE IN THE RIQHT PLAOE QETqi SULZERS Telephone 6 Ring 9 ESTABLISHED 1888 Jr T TOR SALR AT A BAKGA1N A farm of 116 acrti about 4 mil fro n Ckreort Good noute and out buikiue wil waicrra Kor par MKS MARY K DEAN tkaiart call onoraddreM J Clovarpotr flOU CKAKM T OST Um gold charm JLiKnight TenipUr to Â¬ m boarinr the aablam of on it in nnaar win mum and receive reward P D PLANK STRAY H08SI him Lvoas Ooomty f Fkpic J OamixT makes oath that he to the senior partner of the firm of F J ChbkeyA Co doing basinees In the OHy of Toledo County and State afore- Â¬ said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Oatabk that cannot be eared by the one of Halls Catarrh Coax FBANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me aad subscribed in my pnman this ieh day of December D 18 A W GLEASON Notary FubUe Stats or Ohio City or Tolsdo 1 A it STRAY IIOKSK to ourUrK gray mar is or K cam place Sepl 10199 mlwa aouih of Stpnaaport Ky Wouid b aame ahatod tf owoar wuuid call and T I IOS FLOOD A HKOS Sphnport Ky jSIHri rVammBWrl WEVE HAD A KNIFE UP OUR SLEEVE And awaited our opporti gt rr aais- a- We have the largest and best equipped Dental Office south of the Ohio River We were the first to reduce the price of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all Teeth Extraoted 26c BOc Filled with Amalgam NeilCE Filled with Gold and Platinum Al loy 76c my of good NOTICE I bar cloird outthem itock lo Mr H aad turned ovr Filled with Gold 100 and up L 8urn All perton indebted to m by note or otherwlte are hereby notified to come iorward and A Good Set of Teeth 1600 ettl and lave coMt W C MOORMAN Glen Best Set of Teeth no Better made daae Ky W00 Bay Rum Sham TUnilCllinC ol people ue and Cologne but Old Plates Repaired and made as good inUUuAnUu poo Mixture aot on In a thousand know how to make them as new Pall instruction how to mak the beat tent you oa We extract teeth absolutely without receipt of ten cent Addrea C B LKATHE pain Box 810 Norwood Mbm We are the only dentists in the city who extract your teeth and replace them rK 8ALI D8UA 8TOCK Halls Catarrh Core to taken internal with temporary teeth same day TWR SALE A amid Mock of ly aad acts directly on the blood and JC Z T Cox Ekron Ky Tbl druai great a Sundays from 8 a m till 12 oclock Send gain maeoos sarfaoes of the system Lady always in attendance far testimonials free LMAL BLAKKB F J CHENEY A 00 TeMdo 0 rjK R SALE Blank Deed and Mortgagee and S A S350 SHIT All Form of Laaral Blanka KlfkCCKN Sold by Drnggtoto 76c DGX NEWS OFFICE eee uuium Ktmwka Halls Family Pills are the best lUTUBUK ruiTB HWUHNNir TDTTIOK SEVERAL KKIUKT AND WANTED par on to u at Manager in thli and clnae by count Salary JlrX a axpvnau Straight buoa nde no more year aad no let salary Potition permanent Our eaeu any bank in any town Ic k mainly offlce work coadacted at home Reference Endow Mlfaddreaaed sUmMd anvBlope TmkDomimioh CoHr any Dpt j Jhicatu rprnt Â¬ rr f y j ity to draw it Its blade sharp its edge is keen an during the coming season i will be used to slash price as prices have never beei slashed before and smasl values as values have neve- been smashed before OomJ and take a peep at onr nei mammoth line of tl98 ffi riKB A KIRK KY The health of ear ssmkaaaUy to good The recent raia did a great aealtof The swellest article in theoollar line for todies can be had at 8ulers Miss Mabel Sterett of SkUlman to vis- Â¬ iting Mr and Mrs E M Berth Miss Era Young of Morganfleld to the guest of Mrs Charles B Skillman A ohair factory has been organised at Oannelton with a capital stock of 10 000 The acreage of wheat sown in this sad Meade oonnty will be above the avenge Miss Nellie Burks and Mrs John Long of Addison were in town Monday v Attorney Scott Morrison was returning from Louisville to Owensboro Sunday night Owen Beaton took to Louisville last received week twenty head of hose 14 26 li f James T Smith T R Hook and Phil lfoGary of Hardlnsburg were in town Sunday Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro passed through the city Friday en route to Louisville Jeeae Graham of Henderson to in the city the guest of his mother Mrs Aman Â¬ da Graham James Smith of Hardlnsburg spent Sunday in this olty the guest of Miss Dora Berry Carlton Overton has returned from Bookport Ind where he spent several pleasant days Miss Leal McAfee of Louisville will arrive tomorrow to vieit Miss Nellie Burks at Addison Passenger traffic hat been extraordi- Â¬ narily good on the Henderson Route the past two week Daisy Beavin went to Kvansviile last week to attend the reunion of the Blue and the Gray Mrs Thmstier and Mrs Williams of WaiUuao ere lu the city the guests of rulative and irtenda Miss Delia Batt spent Saturday and Sunday in Oannelton the guest of her mother Mrs Statlra Batt Mrs Uriorge tBentley and children of were the iueetsof Miss Hawesville Alliens Murray last week Gdtyana of Lodiborg was ta the4V8we4r sad Monday visiting to stotev Mr Frank Hall Mature can only feed the flame of lite with the food eaten uAwA i dxyattd weak IHKBJNK will reluvigotaU t mat li urd j iOiuov0 iignltn aa to xnu of I iti tho iinfursi niai t w with oar best journals and I do not know its equal as a county paper w Kentucky Go oa as yon have fewlesslailndepead Mr Heber Boberto ta teaching a good ently printing a atoaa dtojaWod paper feel snre you will ave year re- Â¬ school st Kirk and I Very Truly Yoars ward lb James Durham has moved into L D AuxAftpan As we said last week it to such tri Mr Dock Furrows syas are very sore batss as the above that make posstbls aad he Is atoaost blind onreffcrtotokeapoarpanef np to the We nave more Deamcracy at Kirk atandaidwehaeeeetforlt aad ail sa baa any other town eaa beast of The election to dtawjag near with frteads are deeply apuinMiid Ooebel and Barry la the Wad oat in tbto formerly a Mr L D Alewnoer aa aranSanPe Meadeeouatyamabetthasbeeaa resi The LoatovUls Dlsjiatin to a tri weekly yearn Ha dent of New York tor many to a banker in that metropolis sad wall paper A weak after the slsertoa it will tor to oome oat aad cant omervwaUthesncsemhahengaiaed The Beaoblieaasare very sick over the PaH TWrgy Feat Gosbel eleotioa tow I know it to a Taos Morrison while painting the Utter pill boys bat Dr Goebal says store building of FH DeHuyJs Friday We baye formed a trast at Kirk We lost hto footing aad fell a distaaos of thirty feet He was somewhat bruised hope aad trast that we wiil not becorsed about the face bat to aot seriously with four more yean of Bopabttoaaia-injured mmanmrnsnaaaamm The BtpablieuM taUai atat if we aV4Vf4V4V444V oat Goebal fox Gaveseior tBat Geel will defeat Bryaa la Kentucky la 1000 If the Bepubltoans knew that gaah was the awe they woaM give Goabei 100WO majority X aadsntand tram gaod Bepablioan b robbtel of Ibitrrori by X antbority that Joaa Yeang 0 bet that SOO votes by hto kal gutlWaHttiUU that K Ii be did Taytor to a Ita cloanllnoss it compares favorably R BALE Carttncate in Bryant Botineu College Louitvfll Ky urriv- haniuvua 3t nana btratton Apply to NfW KIT raEE Ft ANT Sf THClt MITI mi win it siee 1MIWWD BIKKSKIRSS BREED the kind that win aa the record of my herd at Indiaaapoll aad Spriogfitld thi year II attest I showed only animal of my own heeding and captured a good percentage of the nWranle prises The prise winning hoar Head Kgkt Jr 43099 and old Artful Duke 10th In service Pip of their get for sale My brood sows are of best American and English strains Come aad see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky J Admiaistratsrs Netloa Ail persons Indebted to the estate of Mary B Hicks deceased are hereby notified to come aad settle the same All parsons having claims amlnst said estate will present same property verified D September 6 tlej iom 1 amBmmamnmmmmmmmmmmmsmBmml will my that I was one of the oommittee on arrangements and arranged with Mr Wilson and several other prominent Re pablicans to debate the political Issues aad we asonred a man whom we Demo crate were willing to measure abilities with Mr Wilson We sssore the genÂ¬ tlemen that if they had let our man alone they wonld have found that they had reckoned without their host As to the prominent Republicans of Jolly Utslion a nicer set of men can aot be found but them are a few Republicans there that a oonrss of treatment at Hop kinsville wonld benefit very muoh LlTTLB DSMOCaUT Mad to ua m ij and ssr whether V or mill rors and we win seua yon h salt br eipress C O P subjeet to ex amination Tea can examine It at year idkss ofloeand if round perfectly sett ter mm factory sad ent ear Saeesal Ste pay your eipreM express eharee OSfcr and eiH MITI are for boys t to TSUI KjiiC PANT 16 year of aire m r rull4 eMfyvker l SS 10 Hada with 001 LX SSUT a4 Hilt Mjt u UmmhU UlMl mtU hmm a m1I SMy wwjst wearrMktMf all BUatM Cialam neat handnom pattern noe Italian llnlne mala raM laltruusf ueeue UlW rntlt UkMdlUMaMwwa ttsM4n key er tsnejsata saltaayasMPUa par t weal be are 4ef CLOTH rolriiswrlta uu hm f HICMtkkw ktWii m contain fashion 1 TISM nlatrs tap manure and full Instruction how to ordsr ierU sua to eraer rresa iaee ae Aadress free on applieatlon IH ilAM ROf gUCK It CO igi q tel ft 10 ibii - fr FALL GOOD gaYasrvf Bcihuih SSWrWfWna At W Brs- BBmjyaBrB1 Irttiesec amssaaaaaensasxa BrvavBAvvBPsmBrv f K SEVERS Administrator ts Great Time in Louisville a a from anWaaBan anapaj the a a W E BROW Irvington Ky Our Method of Doing Business Is to buy the bast sell the beat knap tha batt and reooml mend the bast It is this method that has brought to on tore a permanent deatrable paAronaga 9th tojhe 21st Take advantage of the low ratea and have your tenth looked after while In the city The U LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS will do mora for 70a than any DenÂ¬ tal Jtortlintanant in Looiirillo Always Bailable Always Hare Dont be oheaied by wandering dentists The Louiayille Dental Parlors have been at this address for 15 years Remember the number 544 Fourth Ave and write for prions fl44 4th A- vLoolivule Ky laTnwAvasMse TfceaSre i Consumption Hew hi Preveat Creas ttbgfii mtl J curabU dbaawtt and b one of the happy tnlnjs about It b that H vktiim secret noatrurns saVsvthad to earn Soma make eaaaw cormanation e dataM We only my that taasa In time and the laws of hsaan are rarely ever loee hope Yob Mow trews art el sorts of EMULSION win heal 4h Urflammetkm of the throat and lungs and nourish aad taanhstn Ins Isoay ae taotttcaa throw af the ef we May haw bean pmiisatwitiy caredef e thh malady SCOTTS Pne i l Iff i 5lVi Haail 4HW K e lurk W4S Browas aadtonee wore gfae tenths Be poblioana The BepabUoawi here have forgottea that Taylor to oa the teask siaee Mr Brown made hto speech Go la boys Browa will make yoa a maoh bettor Govecaor thaa Taylor We are wiUlag to grant that the Hon Tboa Petttt made a grand speech full of trash aad ssase bos be failed to make as mad at oar broad hearted editor of the News who to over ready to print and publtofa whatever to of interest and benflt to the people of our oonnty regardless of politics and I can say without fear of snossssfnl contradiction that we hate the best county paper In the State Suc cess to the BaauEssaiDus Nawa Mr Editor I wish to thank the Me Qondy correspondent for the high com phmeat paid Ktrk last week I will say that we havt never qeaathnert the Hon Jeaat Wilsons ability kal think be did remarkably well considering the rotten timber he had to work on As to what uiur Mi WiU ns pecii 1 Â¬ la Breekenridga eoaattor Mr Ws have two ehlldren who are sabtoot to attacks of croup Whenever an atÂ¬ tack to coming oa my wife gives them Chamberlains Oough Remedy and it al Â¬ ways prevents the attack It to a house- Â¬ hold necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out of It would aot do to be without Chamberlains More of it is sold here Couch Remedy than all other cough mediolnes comM Hicklb of Nlokle Bros bined-J merchants NIckleville Pa For Bale by R A Hhell A R Fisher Cloyerport man Stephenaport WHAT ARE YOUR NEEDS In Drags Books Stationary and Sundries T It will pl us to mast your wants if our methods of doing business any assurance to you that yon will not be disappointed buying of us MOREMEN POPHAI IRVINGTON bwliflg Druggists XT Asto THOUGHT AND FEELING y Joearu 9 Crwjw Lmfcaol 1ft leu J amy tSittd Sborthasut Peamaaahlp Fte TAIIOUT fflMB OY AlLtoaeveral per- Mr J who acted aa assis Â¬ ina la ease loeaiity Write at m eeitau Tor wont lai forever a owlarg tant buyer last yeer for the American Tobecoo company under J D Brashear SCHWARTZ SCHOOL of Owensboro buyer or the oompany LOUimVILLK KY has reached the city from the above pur pleue Mr Murphy will commence Well Received ehaaing the weed ss soon aa everything Hon K T Franks snake la this Iowa can be pot In readiaess Friday night to a larae aad attentive HoleVagtaelteye audience in the interest of the B pubil His epeech was well receiv Jack Board the efficient employe of oan party the Hendeieon Route who has been ed and msoy were turpriaed at hie He was enteitalaed oa the work train to now holding the oratorical abilit depot at tbto point during the absenoe l the tiomeof Capt mt Mm J H jl Mr rri7 Kowtstai M Murphy Â¬ With Ua Agala CottbbJ Lend me thy fire I said onto mjr soul Give me a thought I pleaded with The first said Cultivate tiy vnU The eeoond whiaeird 3 iy im T MiMm MNNMMtfiMMlMHI iridge News MBDH1WDAY OCTT 18 1890 NEW ERA IN EDUCATION YHcOraat Chaas Now Taking Pl In Our Secoatfary Schools the parents teachers and school of flomol oar land reMiae th profound ajgmncance ol the change now taking plaoa in oar secondary Vacation The obvious cause o the change la two fold First ths unprecedented Increase in enrollment of pupils and Do and ehrles Bnt not on of Umbo straws an SKtrewrdiMr rate ol gain Kvtrv one of them If thsir rasas of gain for the three years reported are estloaarsd m thrMO olghths ol thwlr gain for the r g t years fall below the M pet err and logy some ol them astronomy sad are falling behind very rapidly The to civilisation Hat of thews stadia is as follows As tronomy phyaleul gergiapny gsilogy Trig physiology psychology rhstorlo onomotry really belongs with these though Its statistics are given for six years Where dow English come In Of course It comes in largely and under the two divisions ol English literature and rhetoric Separate figures for Eng Â¬ lish literature appear for one year only tba lastof ths sight yean 1897 98 and narqaeatly tba rata of gain cannot be Bat be it large modarata or calculated mall it wilt not detract from tha rx-espUoaal value of the sains la Latin history geometry algebra German French and even Greek We do not know iHstuMtlr just what tha gain in English literature amounts to but if it be very large then we mast add one mors to oat list of leading studies show Â¬ ing great increase Rhetoric ths other side of English seems to be ttalning at about the averegs rate Ths studies showing the most rapid growth in the eight years frfnea 1889 90 are then ths olassios mathematics his Â¬ tory and modern languages Just these and nothing else unless wa talcs the risk of adding English Latin is at the bead Â¬ mm aaala i ii inliia ad mora t kail tba world closar lotathar nor made our mataai interdependence aora apparent It h bat the simple truth to assert says a recent wrltr r that ths loss of the information writ eh the sdvwrtlmments furnish would be oat of the greatest imaginable misfortune i iKMiAV- - mmHi T i vV WWWf t - T I Or Balls Cssaa lyras earss sver atfbt tha bum Mobbora cold aa waft a all Ha oowtalka tloaa tick hog ia tha threat haaky Tofoe aad ta It la tha awat woo4ifal aaadl Ilk laatc DaMn acinic hai produced KEOTUCKYCROP REPORT Condition of Crops Aad Uva Stock October ist ISoo Replies were reoeiyed this month from 188 correspondents representing 97 GROCERIES l fy Â¬ i ft secondly dissatisfaction with ths lack of sound educational character in maar school programmes of study As for ths first caoss little need be said beyond citing the sUUstios forth sight years reported since the opening 01 mat oaae in ids bcbooi yoar laavvu uui seeoaday schools high schools and academies snrollsd 297894 poplls In 1 W 08 the enrollment bad risen to 664 8t4 again of 86 per oent a rat that means doubling in ten years and that also means a growth lonror fir rimes mors rapid than the rats of inotoasa in population This hogs gain for so it might be called without exaggeration was found to be widely distributed It was most marked in the Middle West in connec Â¬ tion with the public high schools and least marked in the private Eastern Nevertheless the gain is academies not localised or sporadic but natural Bach a widely diffused increase baa naturally compelled attention to ths problem of organising the resources of the secondary schools in order to cope successfully with this increasing host of counties CORN The average yield per acre Is estimat Â¬ ed 214 bushel The estimate on Oct 1 189b was 836 and for a oorraapot ding date tf 1897 It was 34 bosbels Tde dry weather daring September was of benefit m hastening the matur ity of the crop otherwise a considerable loss would have been sustained by ths severe frost of 29th and 30tb as it is ths loss is inconsequential amounting to but 4 per oent The heaviest loss oc-Â¬ curred in the western section where the rainfall was more liberal and ths growing season accordingly prolonged The quality in the main is not up to ths Â¬ Â¬ Our grade is first class and up to a high standard of excel lence When you buy of us we sell you what you pay for and you will buy again GROCERIES Canned Vegetables I ID W Are used three times a day in every family Our Grocery Department is very complete -- 1 ft standard oob being obaffy and loose on Â¬ J brands In in quart jars C C 10e oarry tae 68t Blackberry baskets 20c Plum Quince Raspberry Strawberry CLevll CiO a 111 Iff t iii iafia Jiai jliiaiy a laaii a - - iaya t - r A -- - - and Greek at the and of this line of pupils The second cause of the change now n progress was dissatisfaction with former school programmes of study There were too many studies crowded into the programme In other words American opinion is moving steadily and we think at least irresistibly toward the sound elementary and elemental conviction that the best thing for the mass of pupils Â¬ in secondary schools is a programme consisting of a few well related studies of central importance instead of a mis- Â¬ cellany Is there sufficient evidence then that this tendency of things is becoming strongly marked among us la atten tion being more and more concentrated on a few well related leading studies studies which have been important in Let us see the beet modern education Take out all the secondary studies for which statistics are available from 1889-00 to 1897 98 Stadlaa i Latin I Ifctory except i 3 GeooMttry 4 6 7 KnroUinant KnrolliMBt ol la w B Increase in 1erctK 7 044 USJ aoy tttv 74aI i Franc German Algebra I Phytic 9 Chemistry Gntk P7 33S Moja tMs e7i 9PH 4f 41 seven victorious racers History is a good second with geometry and algebra almost abreast for third place Then at Intervals oome German and FrenchThat Greek is last need not be wondered at The wonder is that Greek is sur passing the average rate of 80 per cent But look at Latin Not only is its rate of gain greatest but it actually enrolls more pupils than any other secondary study except algebra and possibly English The figures for Latin are 274293 for algebra they are 306766 Latin also enrolls twice as many pupils as French and German combined The parent language does seem at last to be get- Â¬ ting the parents share Passing to the other studies it Is most gratifying to find history assuming its proper place Not alone because it is a fine study but because it has such inti Â¬ mate relation to the whole humanistic side of education History and the classios history and modern languages history and English how finely all these combinations blendl Then the two mathematical disciplines are well up with the general increase in our favored group of stndies And again we note the value of the great gain in mathe Â¬ matics in its relation toother subjects Mathematics and classics is a combination known of old Mathematioe and modern languages how often these go together today Educational Keyiew Â¬ Â¬ While the crop is gsnerally disap pointing both in yisld and quality it is rathsr remarkable that a few oounties notably Daviess aad Henderson report the crop one of the best sver produced TOJUCOO j rj I VJsVJ ym ihmh in -- In order to get good pickles you should buy from us They are first olass and we give you full count ia a iii - ii -- ill iii j -- - T In the Barley district the average yield per acre Is estimated at 836 pound This is a heavy average and is mainly due to ths unusually heavy yields reported from the counties of Boyle Olark Jessamine Marion Mercer and Woodford Omitting these oounties from the calculation and the average is 741 pounds which is in our judgment nearer the correct amount being within a few pounds of the average for 1898 The acreage of the Burley district after allowing for losses sustained by in sects and unfavorable season was esti Â¬ mated at 86 per cent of the acreage oi 1898 With approximately the same yield per acre we mayconcluda that the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - C rackeFSBiscuits Oysters fcU Cheese e All these goods are fresh andhare just been put on our shelves Look into your pantry and see if jou do not need some of them If o call at the -- Â¬ y JLv X We are leaden in J I 1 S Jh itW9 tnjiu Jeioj 47448 JI J07 4 79 6j The importance of the figures is the more evident when we bear in mind that the rate of increase in the total en rollment of pupils from 197891 in 1889 90 to 564814 in 1897 98 is 86 per cent But certain studies are growing faster than this some of them much faster Litin to the surprise of many heads the list with its literally enormous gain of 171 per cent a rate fully double the 86 per cent which represents the eight year increase in the total number of pnpila Nazi comes history with 152 per cent then the two mathematical disciplines geometry with 147 and algebra with 141 and then German with 131 After these we fladFrenoh with 107 and Greek with 94 All these and only these exceed the average Physics and chemistry olose the list sowewhat Â¬ below Although figures for the other studies are not obtainable for the whole eight years mentioned they are available for the last three years 1894 95 to 1897 98 of this period for all the other studies ol any note excepting English literature fB ajgtBfcrLI atBBnBn gf 1 AbBbI nf NERVOUS DISEASED rilF WEAK MEN Burley crop of 1899 will amount to 86 per cent or the crop of 1898 Worms wers very destructive during the latter part of the season With the exception of damage from this souioe and that portion of crop cut before ripe in order to save from firing the quality is satisfactory The damage from frost was very slight in this section amounting to but three fourths of one per cent The yield per aore for the Dark To baoco district is estimated at 730 pound which is 86 pounds per aore less than the estimate for 1898 The de Â¬ Womcm Should Know It crease is accounted for by an imperfect Many women suffar untold agony and stand and a lack of moisture at the time misery because the nature of their dis Â¬ most needed for the development of the ease is not correctly understood They plant The acreage was estimated earli- Â¬ have been let to believe that womb trou- er in the season at 82 per cent of the ble or female weakness of some sort is acreage of 1898 If we accept as correct responsible for the many ills that Deset the estimates of a decrease both in womankind yield and acreage the crop of dark to- Â¬ Neuralgia nervousness headache puf- Â¬ bacco amounts to 72 per oent of the crop fy or dark circles under the eyes rheu- Â¬ of 1896 The damage by frost in this matism a dragging pain or dull ache in district amounts to 26 per oent the back weakness or bearing down sen Â¬ CLOVSK SHED sation profuse or scanty supply of urine The clover seed crop is practically a with strong odor frequent desire to pass failure in the State The acreage cut is it with scalding or burning sensation but 42 per cent of the acreage of 1898 sediment in it after standing in a bottle with an average yield of 16 bushels per or oommon glass for twenty four hours aore are signs of kidney and bladder rASTVBSB trouble Pastures are very short especially in The above symptoms are often attri- Â¬ the western and central sections where buted by the patient heiself or by her it is necessary to feed stock same as dur- Â¬ physician to female weakness or womb ing the winter season The condition trouble lienoe so many fall to obtain compared with average years is 66 The relief because they are treating not the advanced season precludes any hope of disease itself but a reflection of the pri- Â¬ relief from the labor and expense of feeding stock and the best to be done is mary cause which la kidney trouble In fact women as well as men are to so protect stock and economise in the made miserable with kidney and blad Â¬ use of feed as to lighten as much as pos Â¬ der trouble and both need the same sible the expense of the long feeding season remedy LIVJtSTOCC Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is the great Short pastures and scarcity of stock discovery of the eminent kidney and water are having a marked effect on live bladder specialists and is easy to get at stock Where the scant graaing has not any jrug store for fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ been supplemented with some forage Â¬ Â¬ THE UP TOWN HOUSE Paternal Financiering The Acting Secretary of the Treasury issued an order yesterday to pay at once without discount the interest on the public debt due Nov 1 nex amounting to about 4862000 Toe ofder al o di Â¬ rects ths immediate payment at a dis count of 24 piroont per annum of all the remaining interest falling due pre- Â¬ vious to July 1 1900 wbleh may be Â¬ HARDINSBUBG KY WvWfyavavay New stock of CLOTHING Dont fail to look at our stock fore buying be- - PROUD OF IT People Who make their pur ohefl here- - Weareendeay 1 orlng to show the largest line in the county this fall Dry Goods j Just received MM Call and look at them Our prior will called for Presumably this order is made for the relief of the money market and Inci- Â¬ dentally for that of distressed stock speculator Under our antiquated Treasury system the Government holds looked up in its vaults ovsr 400000000 beside the 83000000 which it has tem- Â¬ porarily deposited in national banks and none of this 200000000 is available in any manner except by prepayment of the public debt for the use of borrowers Moreover on 900000000 the nation has been paying for a year past and will continue to pay for nine years more in Â¬ terest at the rate of 8 per oent per an- Â¬ num For the 83000000 deposited in national banks it gats nothing in return in the way of totereet aad for Its pay Â¬ ment of interest In advance it will get a discount of only 24 per osnt par annum This sort ot financiering by a private eitiaen or corporation would be oallad foolish What ia it whan penetrated by a great nation like the United States T New York Bun feseat Our i i surprise you I eaoseV 4 Prices t Are the Jill I Y Lowest on varwurluieM 1 HI I I I All Goods Come s9 See Our Stock PIM 1 tf w II Hal 1 waTlPlai 1 1RVINGT0N KY MMMMMeMMMMa AA t Fancy Groceries Hardware Tinware and Glassware I3ST i M J1 vJ V - s A n stasafcaftssaasTaata AA A Aaaaaasss staata an wa sfa eta See our specialties in YOU HAVE A standing invitation to make our store your headquarters Highest market price paid for Produce k NOTIONS i j t Boots and Shoes flat and Caps We cannot be undersold and Gents Furnishing Qoods Z M i3L sAvsjmsV--VlsBMaluaT flVgWgWgWgf lar NO CURE NO PAY ungiual with lin K Jr X wilt jtMi theljr cure fumer any form of Blood or beiuat diMSto It ii the remit of 30 tr Astra i ViutplariAii In ika laulmuii aI the UtfOaVMSli NEW MKTHOD TIUCATMKNT To prove its wondeiiuf merits you may have a sample bottle and book tailing all about it both sent absolutely free by mail Kindly mention the Bmsckkn biikik Nxws and send your address to Dr Co Blnghaalon N Y Kilmer WE CURE SYPHILIS Tim terrible Wood Poiaon the terror uj man kind yield readily to our NHW 1 u T1KA1 l- tPutauih etc They may ruin your ryttera II you ha tore la ttie mouth or tongue paint in tba unta tore throat hair or yebrowi falling outuiiupleeor blotebee touiaeh derangement aore ay Lead aobae eU you ha thf aaeontlary itag of tula Wood Iuimd Wa llolt the Doac originate catuapx saalleose tba Sarnvlal fdP a iwaa ua anaant fiw aod cannot euro By our treatment tha tialn mi ilrira KjiaI Ih hair aiaapoaar tneiain oeomuee Daaluy and uni The Value and Development at Adver- Â¬ tising Advertising is indeed one of ths great developments of the Miliary It has rev- Â¬ olutionised busintsaj and mads it possi Â¬ nln rnarrlaseiajXMaibleaiidaale CURES GUARANTEED TfaQuaandaof Toon and middle agad own have their visor and vitality uiipod ny eariy novaee iier exoeaw weutai Nu matter tha eauw our worry Nir IfetkodTrenUnent U tha refuse WECUREIMPOTENCY Vttvaateiaall Dana to a normal eondl Uia XmMtian Ufa and awn an m sawed and oaa facia ktaaaauT a Baa ful eiauna man Ker aaaa la trealadfnni tldually - uu tfilra All tkanda our aduii auouaxa Mo ouBiiik ua oiiufiUautlally Wa uan fur- niB nana bunai to garatntt 1n anooai plku wUat wa olaiia aaattar what alia y lyllTHiN FRICX 1110111 Iraat Hi A - and r UL VAttmHMK bYFHILiH an tu liii HI I iuihitcWv UfMlNri NNTlRAL DI80HAR KH klKMhYandBLAUnKkblMa BCHJKH foNfil TAIIOV KEEg L I 250000 ion If CURED Ulbl iaas Kennedys Kergan TKKlTMKVf bLANK lo oail writ Inrl for UOHS ft tmimmi9mmj 22 W Fourth CINCINNATI O ble to accomplish In a few years what otherwise would have taken generations to compass Today tha advertiser through the medium public press can Introduce his article to ths entire pub-Â¬ lic almost literally at a bound Such a servant at the sellers elbow has natur- Â¬ ally made bosiners vastly different from what it iras several hundred years sgo It is no longer necessary as it was in previous generations lo confine ones commercial transactions to a limited sa In fact ths manufacturer of to day regards the worM as his field and there are quits a number of proprietary artlo las widely and favorably known ia every quarter of tha drills world which have been introduced during tha Ufa time of their present propiletora who are man only in tha prima of Ufa I Without advertising by which it is pnesjbla to reach and linueoos handrails of thousands of psrsoaa simultaneously such a result should not bo accomplished in several generations if indaad it could be accomplished at all Nor has this advertising benefited the sellsr only It has brought to ths knowledge of the buyer the hundreds of improvements I and articles by which life un be made I more pleasant by wbioh the health can bs preserved the palate uratilied tha intellect fed sad satisfied It ia no exagÂ¬ geration to say that ao ioroe has ooadaa- Â¬ wnuai unweje uu aaahllihed la Obieao orar twenty yaan Haeprtarijr ahjurtaeed under act or IlUnoU The apple crop is one of tha lightest XataaUBM Capital fuUj aaOd aieooo TlMalaeet largest moat raltebU aoe ever grown aad is estimated at but 87 aeasral XeaUeai Iaetltata la tha U aad S Private raacai for PatUata with raiitlllln par oent of tha crop oi average years The hot dry season oaoesd tha fruit to for aar aaaanraagr X Ray Mlaraaeoplcat aad CHaooplcal Tiaaat llwa tot dry up on the trees and tha per cant of aU eaeaa whaaavew dtasaoata laare aaaaa doubtful Write for free Book oa Deforaalttaa aad sound ripe fruit ia very small of tha Wheat sowing has begun and is being Mraeaa Clap Pat Oarratara Tuaaors faplaa Mraaehllli Catarrh Oaaoer piles pushed with vigor Stalk ground la in ftaeatjafc BbIUbsv Kidney Bladder Bye Skin and Bland IMaaaeea aad all Saw excellent oonditloo being free horn Bar aToal Operatlona Beet fanllltlee annsiataa waeds aad unusual y light aad friable aad raaaadlaa for the eaoeoatfnl tree I men so that whan oorn is followed by wheat aad ears of aU Obaaat or Chronic DUtam Wa assohitely gnarantae to euro every It will be seeded under moat favorable Merroua DehUlty conditions Tba early plowed fallow oaas of from ah aaaa and and dleeeiai ra nlttaa ladlaoroMans of land is also in good condition bat ths Tooth aad nTnnhoodi SperaBatorrhcaa San laalWeakaaaa night loaaaa and vital drain latter plowing ia rough and cloddy and tha oontlnuad dry weathei renders at oriae latpoeaaey Varioooalo Hydro oale atrleenra Phtatoala ata ate Chargaa it impossible to put it in proper order w aaanaahli No laonrahla aaaaa aceeptad i t rr ilepoelt nhiniee Valrnre for seeding tt nnkaowa to aai 1SOOO taaataaonhvl lattara Fallow plowing Is now at a standstill oanwfraaaeard paUante Kanyenradat and ths seeding of a considerable psr OoaanJ tattoo froa aad aonadaotlal -- - neraoaalla- - or bw aattp wvat- cent of the acreage is being delayed lau pnga Book oa aU Ohroala aad aurgioal lucas atooaa MBNai is anoMaona aeat froa Jommiatoner of Aariouitute Â¬ crop stock has grown thin and Is in poor condition to withstand the winter The most notable feature oonnected with live stock is ths scarcity of hogs be ing sd for market The number la es timated at 76 per oeut of the number in 1898 audis dus more than anj thing else to the great loss of pigs during the severe weather of last wiutar Cholera or other disease prevails to a limited ex tent only and is confined to a few coun Have you ties Replies to question hog cholera in ooualy T are 101 in nega tive and 36 in the affirmative Â¬ BRIOHT AWD aeneat to rapreaeat nt ej Maaa- genia thliaaddoaabr eonulea Salary 9j0 a year aad oxpeaeea abakjat eoaa flde no ntn vrar ao ana aaarr ronmoa panaauani eaeea aay bank la aar town It k aaaa eswe nrmaa work coaducaad at boom naarranca aelf addraaaad atampad aaralope Tub DoMmioe o Uomfamv Uapu i calcag TTrAHTXD-SBVXKAL TY HONB8T The moat caatreJIy located aad only drat etaaa natal In the cky making a laeo rata Only oaa block from the principal ahoppias district aad law block from tha princrpal theatraa TUBl FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL m I M ft J TIbV Street can paaa tbe door to all part MalaWOOn AM CUogi Medical M V Jtg fotittle of the city LOUI8VILL1I KY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Bvcrytkiag seat and clean l ail Surfed ftaanHatS yw tj f jnaal mmmmmmmtmmitmm jCW a aMaTaad SSBaaBra S at fraaa SVM ta awypr ma w aad Ore -- HSB -Mtsnn ill irr-v irini- - WORMSl VERMIFUGE Rantdin Betta MaMw r mtm99mm09m9inimi9mtt set s M izw WHITES CREAM Ftf 26 Ytart Has Lad all Worn OXiB K 3B1-B- JSvXX t ca z as u X M T7 JAMK8 F BALLARD Kv o as r m 5 4 BV WW ft Loul Forsal bv A Kiehr llovarport - AJKIRST Cannelton9s Leading Tailor Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Koll Cap and SteeLCap CiBwaYatonVWelhi 4Vtjt Sf9m Cru G 2 and 3 Ply Ready Roofing oV 2 I Tarred Felt Sheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement frG WrteatarfMcMaad First oome first served ao march up the BaacKanaioaa Naws a year ahead This will secure that good little paper tha Farm Journal for the balance oi 149 and all of lyOO ltHH 1901 and 1906 aaarly five years without any further per Shall we hear from you within one week t for and pay Peter JUtlasatls MeaUag Oil HeNavaa all pal a taataaUjp aad aaala end cerea cuts earoa boil biuhaa kck aaivuia catarrh aa taraai arraipolie tatan ckaapad aaaaa aai Upa pllaa aai all oleon or aoa of aaia ar aiucoua acatbraoa WSI rura aora ar tadaaol v m houn Horaaman will Ird lala ul will auiucatt tracked aaal ha r burn oil iirca aad collar aaila Uaa k aas it nui mlarlsU yuu uiuf gm Tl chaarfulljr alia ywir Prlca icu for eala byMOOKalAM OWKriClaa WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS HEALTH AD Banff jf IrTFR iKHfU w wunv 1 tlO mt VITALITY jsh Hfl 11 tr bl iur arport Sy WHEN IN NEED Iuj jfKiii Lai t 1 T4 Tni lu aiti n Mul m o V uo in all 11 -- ibi vHU li iu ih ubblli I Iuli ui tf t1 mii j lit jntVlVi flHci m it tt iv i l t riu t i Yt it WWH VIUJMlrVti l It At 11 1 tft ili xiifct l IKI1 iu dl 11 r HiKit1tUfi g TTPWTTM W WVlfWC COMMERCIAL EMPIRE AND PROTECTION A Nation Henderson Ron The Empire Disq DriU Thin if a raperb machine and Beet Disq Drill mad wM give perfect satisfaction where a Hoe Drill will not work It will never clog up with com stalks weeds and grass or foul trash of any kind It does not make any difference how hard the ground is or how thick the trash it will do cxoellent and raooessful work Theres just one right way to sow seadiust one way ear aVu Loairrilli liiiim ft 8i Lnii li V mmr ot all Das Oar Is Effect Jaas 18 WW KAST BOUND No SCLoula SvaaavWa 4 4Hf No 9 4 Must Be Industrially and Financially Supreme Before It Can Be Commercially Supreme Lt With Our Vast Remaining Uetfeveleped Reaearces to Would Bo An Act of rtadaeea ut asBSBasBSBBSBSBSBSBSBBBSBSBn aBBBBBaaas BBBBBBHaajsaBuni 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 thats accurate reliable and profitable all at the same time There are and thats the EMPIRE DRILL way HaaSanon SpeteHBa Raaaa Wofthlngtaa - sir 901 7 3Sni Ml S46 810 323 l lion Edward N Dlaglejr In unions Magiulae for October 1819 M BnBBajS9PaarBBBBBFSBBSFBaBBaa MoQUADY a recent numbar of tha Foram dlfeasstng the straggle for commercial empire eeysOld restrictions upon trade and nse law saperstitaUons must be abandoned la the oonteat forcommeicisl aaoramaej Tha poliOT of Protection moat be adapt a by ita trlenda to the new toadluofts A writar In 1 J fliaalal OrlSlAi ManlnalrOwaaabete te 1mt am 44 W - PATE - - KENTUOKY IVESm d Powora for Rooksott tt airman rata t4 BBi 404 4 11 s 400 4 111 lwlanort Falcon Patrh in tha Philippine lahwds is over and peace is finally restored the national fxpenae will approximate tMO000000 annually It wiU than be seen that the question of revenae hi a vital owe Ex BteaUve Tariff perience show that a Mawaarilla lor Caaaatoaa I Skllhaan CI Tad Ca IS 419 4 2 4S3 440 4 49 4 31 4 36 4 W - - - ka 3 f X prooarly adjusted iNttdooes more rave Protection nae than a low or Fiwe Trade Tarin or it moat be abandoned may be useful in atimolating Infant in the reason that It teaJe te stinwlate medleTal home industries to ntv employment to mercially supreme dnatriac it beoomea a relia Those wbo luaft st tbe abandonment lam when it atimalatea prodnctkm which alreadr baa beoomo exoearite and which and increase the nwwhaoJiag power of of Piotectloa as an avenue te supremacy eaa find an outlet only in a field which the people The sostoins revenue under In the straggle for commercial empire Protection cannot enter the Dtngley Tariff o 1897 were greater fotget thie oae fast that a nation must In other words it ia argued that the Mroui July 1 1888 to July 1 18W tbao be industrially aad financially seprems Wiieua Twill uf ltftM fiora policy of commercial empire in whiuh uudrUi before It eaa be commercially supreme this eonatry hai ao recently embarked July 1 18j icxfa 1 18 It mast be strong at home before It can AiMutiuumwut of ProWctioa therefore iovolra a radical modification if not a be strong abroad Tbe foreign commerce aorrander of tha Protective policy- - A would be a lose of reveove when ate of tbe United States has been greater brief examination of the facta In the ease revenue is when It has been strong and prosper Jane IV 1897 in a apweeh delivered Bteraaily Tbe forelga oommeree of tin will show that tl ia is not so Tha wire nd far seeing founders of tbla repnblic iu the National House of Kepreeenta U uited Btates baa been increased enor Â¬ atter thro wing off ibe polticai yoke of tives the lata OongrtMNman Dingle jr mously slows July 1 1898 During the England took stpa to throw off the nail lust fiscal y ar it was tbe greatest in the commercial and indoatrial yoke How Congressman The faot is that revetMe from duties history of tbe nation By establishing and maintaining a Pro-Â¬ on imports i lew and falai with the own Dingley said in the House of Aepresen tective Tariff Tha result is known to sawing power or prosperity of the mass Â¬ tattves Jay 19 1897 all At the close of tbe nineteenth cen Â¬ es of Mi pMpleand it in for this reason Experience has shown that our foreign tv3 Tariff to tury the U A stands soprema among that a ProtectHam Mile so fcamsd asand trade is larger under tbe Protective poll ntodaetion annnnraga the nations i f the worl I Our bread avaita laeaj ray gni st aeearty so aa to icy for tbe reason thst oar imports and and of stuff sustain tha Urea of millions in ev- Â¬ jnerease ItMraarniag power of the mass consumption of luxuriesmake rise such with goods as we do not ery cllnM- onr iron enters into tha con as always affords the largest revenae other necnuee it eaeoarefes higher standard the prosperity of our people and our struction of building in tha Far Salt of livinc and a larger ooneompUen of im ability to compete in foreign markets is oarateel carries tha traffic of millions ported luxuries or articles of voluntary Inwsasid as American inventive geniusÂ¬ across tha desert tha Jungle the prairie nsefrow whloh the reeeuae under a is stimulated by a brisk demand for pro ducts in our domestic market oar agricultural implements lawless tha Protective Tanff ia hupely derived Notwithstanding the higher average productive capacity of tha soil of tbs Experience shows this to be true ard rateofwagea prevailing in this country Eastern Hemlsphen our machinery the increase in the amount of wetes paid hams beneath the tropical sun and be- American workmen since January 1 and notwithstanding the higher prices our 1808 ia proof of the truth of the late paM far what is sailed raw material side the snow capped mountain such is the iayentlve genius and skill of tools are in the hands of the artisans of Chairman Ding leys philosophy Ameiiear that they have thus far been every civilfr td nation our locomotivee Linked with the question of revenue hanl tha men and women and freight of Is tns question of active and prospemas able to compete successfully la many di Â¬ all nations Verily tha nineteenth can iadustrtee good wages and a high steed rections with European manufacturers tary has wrought wonder bat none ard of living That nation la most pros in the markets of tbe world This deÂ¬ greater than the commercial and indoa- Â¬ parous whose people Hye on the highest gree of skill and perfection was attained trial growth of the nation that laid its social scale and whose ordinary consump-Â¬ under tbe stimulating eneoaregsment of While it la tree that some foundation on tha rock of liberty and tion la the greatest The standard of Protection often sarcas of tbe tofat industries Protection one hundred and twenty wages ia higher la thie country than ia three years ago As the nation in tha European or Asiatic ooantiles because ticalry referred to may be able to stand without tbe protective policy the real course of unexpected events eaters upon the masim live oa a higher social plane saflerers would be the laboring men aod we enter tha straggle for a new era as They demand and receive higher wages whose consuming power and commercial empire the question arises because their waata are greater because of living would speedily de What mast be the policy of the fatureT they eoaeame more of the necessities Must Protection be abandoned to suit and luxuries of Ufa than do the laboring cline An abandonment of Protection would tha new conditions masses of the otfceai countries A high be no care for excessive production It is a notable fact that tha title of the consuming power among the people of The tree remedy is an increase In ths first Tariff bill under the Federal Con Â¬ nay nation ia the ky to that nations consuming power of our own people and stitution framed by Madison and ap- Â¬ prosperity A policy that tends to crip- Â¬ incaseee in tbe number of men wo Â¬ proved by Washington in 1789 waa ple a nation wdasaMes redaoea ibe eoa an children te soneunM ear pro this For the support of the Govern- Â¬ aumiag powereaVimaieoyle aa inevita men and ducte Tbe latter eaa be found aad will ment for tho discharge of debts of tha bly brings about IndaftrJal etagnaUon found in forelga markets With United Btates and for tha Protection and Tine home maiaat Jam always been and be thousands of square miles of unoccupied encouragement of manufactures atia bast market tor oat aad riches still undeveloped It title of the lent Tariff bill passed the manufactures This fact must not be lend madness to abandon v i bill of 1897 was this To lorrxieamowKraggieior onaanssfoau t would be simply Dingley Tariff deluakm that tbe LlVtoMkM provide revenae for the Government empire ana oar noma awraet can pe abort read te foereeeod national greatÂ¬ nod to enooaragethe industries of the preserved only by maintaining to tbe Bloo and I call attention to this highest possible degree tbe porabaaina ness is by way of Cuba Porto United States In ths straggle for tbe Philippine simply to show that after a lapse of one and consumlag power of oor own peo Â¬ Loommereial empire into which events hundred and eight years during which ple have plunged oa tbe real bnsiasm that time the nation entered upon and If expansion aad the straggle fee eeav anedaoer attention le aoiU gteatsr de-emerged from new eras the two funda- Â¬ mateial empire maaas tbe sarrendet kf mental Ideas underlying our fiscal poli- Â¬ cy remain the same revenae and en- Â¬ couragement of Industries and xnanu Otis aad tbe army and navy had bettor roots of the tree and all lis branches factarea And as we enter upon another be recalled from the Philippines lithe the wlU flourish era these two cardinal points most be victories at Manilla and Santiago ateaa kept clearly ia the foreground Tariff Aerry Uttesef AeVtoe schedules may be and are changed from ailth alioht hiit ill iifma Intaimiu I A etmerErm appeared at tbe money decade to decade but the underlying tiona since 1789 they will be victories principles remain To abandon them dearly bought If the gaaa of Dewey ordar wtadow of a pest ofBoa and said same money would be suicidal and Sampson and Schley aad Bhfler that he wanted to stad to anaiOiaelaad The expenses of ths National Govern- Â¬ pounded the abandonmeat ef our tnW WeeittlriabaHdilaaid the ckrk ment b fore the war with Spain arer honored prlneiplea tbsat the events of oae of the blanks i ajpd shout 370000000 a year Poring hM- the last fiscal year its expense approxi-Â¬ paw Wifc aafcg IVfa jsf er urn Awpbwet at enattasked Jerry mated 8600000000 After every ajmttuaat for fr the past eighteen months have been mockery and tbe fires of victory nave been bat the aebee ef defeat Bat no aaah llloeioa has overtaken as Tbe poHey of Protection baa made as lades trlally supreme aad It will make as com Â¬ Hok 600 503 618 6S3 4 607 610 530 S NEWSPAPER 8ENDJ imw FROM MANILA iMkwwIly tkHWMHiml wr siaem reo iraa nun or anam aVamCVl mm Staaha Lodibanr Wabatar 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was afterwards sent to the Pollipplnes and is now at Port Leavenworth on his way Through Parber we fHBH IsaaTIBHB uJMHW Jl I iiHIUfEHnQIJ aw with tbi ihehestmakkkin amebic a uieiuaii 7 sabs BOWUM HraOTaBUT or itbbt bium rKa triiht plBg rail j111 Brandon bare on Braach Hex Haven Willow Data KcntuckT Btraat Lonillla Union Dap 634 645 666 640 66 7 80 Howard Watt Point Ar 746pm 645 715 7 Man WEST ROUND Na LoafeWUa Union Dap naaoKKV Btraat Waat Polat Willowdala Rock llavaa Lou1 Braach BnudaaatHY Kkron Ouaton Lodlbufx Pwrca Sampta 41 No 43 No 45I Lr tJ saal Bga- IJVeaam -- aaaal araeat aaa tae MK1 raafl aMt emMe aad ff1 ARANTKKD aaaimr MIOKEIiTlrrnV- aeerei SOK valla aae anryaaiaaUMaaMalrarelia4aa4aar7raaInatn loet bow anyone can ran It and doelther plain or any Had of fancy work A tO TIAM BDrDIWa OUARAirTnT U tent with erery BMehlna imtbii 10 Da uiwa aa a wnr laat mm vr awot v In plan for winf f fucr with full lanirtb tabla and araboaaH aad raala on eaa Bmrth tan ball bearlnr adjnuble 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seemed to help me aad my physician thought it best for me to go to the hospital for local treatment Z had read and heard so much of your Compound that I made up Vegetable my mind to try it I was troubled with falling of the womb had sharp peine m ovaries leuoorrhaaaaad painful H I waa so weak and diasy that 1 would severe fainting speUe I often have took in all several bottles of Lydia E liaaaaaaaaaal Pinkhams VegeUble Compound and Blood Purifier and used the Sanative Wash and am now in good health 1 wish others thabJe I a money order must fill oat a kind of letter of advice regarding the money or-Â¬ der An phwat has aletthet of advice got todewtdme atadintia enttaiato ae T JA aMansrlbat - where the money la to be paid moatal- ways go with a money order Jerry went away from the window avuBabliog aad mystified AJtor aaboar of painful efeertata bio desk eooetdod for tan aanacat Jerry reraraed to the enoVef tbe reem HAletterefadviosto tbe BHsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBQaTaKasm BBBBBaBaBBBaBBBLBBV fWhB IKBBBBBBaBBBaBBBaBBBn r Jtte t SFSSaaasni KaaJJcaX BnaaBBaaBBaaBBT lrnour ths uusiiui a-ej good it has done me and have many friends taking it now Will always give your medicine the highest praise MRb A ton bt Philadelphia MhN Toils 1946 Hil- Â¬ Pa Â¬ writt 1 veiy ihin and my friends thought 1 wut in conHad coutlaua1 sumption headaches backache mid falling ot womb and my eyes were eJfatted Every ub noticed how poorly 1 looked axd X wan avtoed to tako Xydia K Pmkbema Vogc vsjj lKK IlNtlHAM MM l V B V KwrirBBBaBBBBBBBT 1 tablo Comoand talttd tg tigh Hie bottl wll mwjt i4 yj wmdewand handed in this -t- otter of advice to the post master alBattyenraoy Dear Molke Olja told Oi mam give be able yes ebUevaUvtoe before toansatooaJdntothac tbe twa peaada OTWa eeadtaj aJaagtSith this 8eMok Oi weald advtae jastimaMAmertfcy eme1ebettaHpoaomeektfor Ua OUgsnt pest eutoas they ass here aa Weajt Oivsao ooubtjthe pay a Ma toimee So now be sure an Wld yon nhat it at has asarly two Tbe jey jM aald mother the taw noaads tor miluoa Farm Journal bane It Is potting readers each aW yes Oivf done as the law aaye aad 909 oopias a leather of advice Youths Oompaa- - in a new press that will print a minute It la the best farm paper fa America and it pleases the women folks all to nieces Ws have made a japeetal Te Barn Its Uvlag by which we are able to Tha ever vigilant money making arrangement of making more send the Farm Journal for the Yankee tees a chance 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1908 gold oat ef the Niagara Fella that woa- - of of nature We 1908 nearly five yean to all subscribers derral awt taaplting gift n of the Bnaoxaaainoa Naws who pay a quote tbe following item from the Â¬ jaU This copy ef Freedom is a special edition under date of March 18th and is Whan you writ avaalior this paper printed in green ink In honor of St Patricks Day It is printed and published by Americans three times a week at Manila the largest city in Lason the largest island ia tbe Philippine group Tbe yearly subscription rate of 1 in gold money and 8 in Mexican money is given and United States subscribers are earnestly solicited The paper is run on an expansion pol- Â¬ icy from start to finish If the PhilipWPrannnlBl pine Islands in general and the city of aW a aaaaaajp aasR expand at Manila in particular should vflHrTTVinymm aaaaaaaaar1 the rate and to the extent predicted by m iBasi 1 T WniS nnT this patriotic paper we may expect to be ijfffl Cfl sal III CO aJl HaAaBBBvSi Zf OF annexed in a few yean with a provisional government aad McKtnley aa Gov- Â¬ ernor General lie editorials are wall written it eon K New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and tains news from all over tha world and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN gives the latest society bulletins of Manila Qilte a column was given In CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED this edition to the description of tbs TUBE BY MAIL 76 CENTS OTTLE8 SO CENTS marriage of a Lieutenant in one of the 310 mril Main Strut ST LOWS MO volunteer regiments and a young lady JaBFIAUJlttettFr Oregon The couple bad been en from For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky gaged for soma time and had decided to Â¬ wait until tbe war was over to be mar ried but when the young army officer found he would probably remain abroad indefinitely he oould bear the separa tion no longer and sent for his sweet Â¬ heart to come to him which she did and they were married immediately upon her arrival at Manila Judgiag from the advertisement in tbe Freedom Manila is yet a wet town It ia almost safe to say that the question of local optioa has not yet been agitated there The whisky and beer advertisements appear ia English in Spanish and in a combination of tbe two languages and occupy much space If tbe W 0 T TJ were net kept so busy at home they might do a great work across tbe waters la our new territory A correspondent to Freedom writes for tbe enlightenment of bis masculine X ALL WHO PAY Meads la tbe States that tha New Amor lean Olrl is aa interesting individual aad may In time under proper tutelage of the yonnc American Midler become a aarioaa rival of her slaters la this country The ordinary type k affectionate without being demonstrative with large dark talking eyes She has long black glossy hair which is her chief pride and delight and which aba wears banging loose As a rule she ia poorly educated but mad of music aad profietent la tbe art of playing both tbe harp aad tbe goiter She ia fond of athletic sports aad never tires of dancing a marriage Bat at present there custom in Manila which will prevent Hi many an American bat from bringing nlll Iu home a bride It ia thie Before the wedding of a properly reared Manila IU nlP matdea can occur the pronpeetive groom P is required to serve for several months If in the family of tbe bride after which he eaa after a seven days feasting obrimale bride aad teas bar took own home This sort of woatag does not ap peal to tbe ordinary Amaslaaa lover so we predict that in the near fature before General Otis eaa be recalled or Agaiaal do subfiasd a chance will come about la awtrimonial affairs aad eenrtebips wlU be eoadoetod ia tbe old aahioaed United Â¬ TtWrtJl I am Kditor hUl imI taa 1 nun WI bblit iBaara THR I1M Hilar Maw wHMarerlable Beae re - - MtaanTfllI HoabaekftOo are ttwroaahlr MtlT Awsrtte SEARt ROEBUCK et CO Inc Chicago AdSiaoa V Holt Clovarport Shop SkSmaa SupbeniKHt 730 743 754 804 812 818 827 833 842 868 906 916 931 936 7S for Canahoa Hawaavllla Patria k Tall Cky ie 10 49 10 64 1046 1049 1069 a 1108 1119 A BOON TO MANKIND I Lawlaport Waitraan 1alaa Owanaboro Mattiogly Falcon 1104 1110 1owars i for Rockport lad 111 11 SO use 1139 D TABLERS BUCKEYE Orlth Stanley Worthlngton Read SpotUvllla 1140 1161 1166 1160am 1107pm JZ14 1158po 12 16aral 12 20 12 933 939 9 47 9 54 Â¬ seu Â¬ iJZ MWHnna Slrol 1j01 PILE saw jf Kvaaaville St Louie Baakati Ilaadenon 1219 IS 45 1010 7255 1040pm 125 115 7 20am Ar 716pm US la as 3 I aana a CURE Noa 45 and 46 have rnlhaan Bullet Sleeping Care ana elegant nijrn oaCJc aaat raitoter cosmci through between luhtvWa Kvantvllle anrt St Louis without chance Not 41 aad 44 have elegant high back teat Pi eoger Concha aod Parlor Car aervice thronvh be- Â¬ tween Loolavilla Kvaaylllc and St Louis without I change Noa 4a and 4 have Parlor Cars and elegant t oacneo oetwaan iotiitvHra ana nvanivuir witn oat change BDGAR IIIL1 Traflic Manager LoaisvOle Ky Li U St X Rv FirdsYllle Bnncb Â¬ HMETAMENsIO IN BFPOT SUNDAY JUNE WetBond Trains No3tNo AM 18 1899 Kast Boaad Train No 21 Â¬ STATIONS Lv tNo IM 5 46 5 20 S 09 5 06 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 10 50 11 13 11 34 U 28 11 11 11 11 6 7 7 7 7 rM 45 OS AM Irvtnaioa QarSeld Ar St 7 7 7 8 8 8 40 60 57 OB 13 18 12 18 18 1 14 30 50 86 00 1 05 1 18 1 30 M 8 60 S 65 00 9 08 9 16 FM J 18 S3 88 85 45 82 04 08 36 46 Hamad Hardlntbtira jMoctkm Okmdoane Junction 9 8 8 8 00 36 24 Kirk Jolly Ar Detanetar Fall of Rough Dimpitar Rotkvala RnU A skins Oak For4sv9l 8 10 J 8 01 7 54 7 42 7 30 7 16 6 57 6 68 6 48 0 44 6 88 Lv 6 30 AH Hit 20 ti 15 56 46 S9 27 oo 42 38 3 S3 3 29 3 21 H TM FOR THE 2 Trains 41 4 4 and 44 connect otlrvingtou u No 3 and r for point on Fordvilie brun Train s 1 i and run dad v Train No itnJ connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4 4 41 ana 44 Train Daily Â¬ Fill Bookki Shorthand Fenmansbii 2WT-A- JOURNAL Full courses 26 cash or you Books anl blanks man The principal I the author of the leading sttem ot b lka which i used in thousands ol puhlu and pn schools incading tha public schools ol New BY - 100 OR 200 PER Mi ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE ana outer large cities iu lbadini ytn Shorthand U taught Student from vary M You can graduate in your srAR tim a eraaaat aatM to neajuaas little tr aATBS TO THOSE WHO SEND FOE CAEAUHua S A I beiirai u oi SCUWARTZ SCHOOL WaM JaWaraaa St LauUvlIU Kr LYONS mamTTmmmamvL IBIDGE ItaiiavlntlnT of 1800 - NEWS TRAPS aWfiHffi MARK OtnmsVnW NBAHXY FIVE YEARS 9 1001 LAXATIVE 9 I ud all of 1000 1003 A and 1003 SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR -- 11- - bf jt BBaaaBBaal t AMhvV aasBaW m and bisltea ant now u x fti taL-AVJU i 4 4- - H t J year iu advance dareon Gleaner haraeaetd acme Niagara is to be Task Baonga mure A acoand wbeel pit is to be built Ah exclaimed tbe youth we have 4uvhe banks ef tbe river Tola will add 60009 borer power of electrical energy fallen upon evil times What is there to the WJODnow in nee Old Niagara left for one who w over forty now baa Un paaiag aa a weaderinl Work of adayar Well tbe old man replied he eaa uatuf and hum been exhibited aa a great Â¬ thau sine peof l ifiad In thte country petta htatime after that trytag to be come as greet as hetbeagbt be was at OtMMr la aaw It has beea tu ia go twenty--ObicaUrald t tra ita own It vi o 9 This offer is by special arrangement Y o 6 with the Farm Journal and is for CONSTI PATIO A DrJLICHTrUL LIUUID lAXAin well known laxative pi It egsUla sad fruit I r the ui aal Ctoatlpatlm aek I I A SHORT TIME ONLY aad all doraiiKci Day live i am plaaut aiomai n 4i OMdtUKl V l l ln T t ii net Mjf duton k i i a well I m VOS Mill a lu i atk r IstE W vf ckiii t IWttJH pt jaA If Tie ijfjnhajys tfiitiifiirifiifiiiiiiffiiifiii m v ii r Vi ftj Tf r - rwi2a - r wax Ma it DONT DELAY lyina your Winter Goods m tb atooka are now about oomplete and the prtaes M low a they will be again for a long time to come In ftvot everything indioatee a adTanoe in prioee ofall kinda of Merchandise a hiht to thi wis is sutficibht Shirt Waists Womens Knit Underwear O A Meador Bro Walton on aooonat of bis jrlfo being sick hat not movad but wnt to All bis appointment on the Louisville circuit Sunday pirn Ella Ray of Flabortr Ml last Tuesday and dislocated her shoulder She m being attended by Dr SiMttaer who reports her doing well Rev W A Hynes will fill the pulpit at ttuMathodwt church lor the ensuing year He comes hom West Point Hie eongrrnntion there speaks highly ol him and give him up with a feellne of regret her deuthtor Mrs JVEARS f I QLENDtANE John Deans in Louisville Brneet Robertson went to Fordevlft Is Ion known Wh lot phono to Ooonsbero Monday morning to the bodalao of hie son Bobert who wm reported to be dying at 4 oclock O car Brown Mlmea Mary Mnttlnaly Ehel and Elm McOary and Zllie Wlnohell were pleasant vUritoreoi Misers Una and Maggie McOarys Bunday Charley Rbeenuy Anther Wheatley J fin MeQorr and sister and WWjbm L ds Maggie and Louise Buler attended II a Lttotnty at Pleasant Viaw Saturday night IVnn OTnohu Burnard JUiodee John MoOa Mwnm Mtftis Mattinsly and atajme MoSary Mended Boils and Pimples Give Warning urtmm HAIUtit votr n slant an ohurahm Bit Marys Sindav the aMuta of Mies Angle Jol lta yMJQdy aid w re m that 1 I Womens Polka Dot or Plaid Flannelette shirt waists sizes 32 to 42 neatly made and good fitters Pft Wemens Plaid Cashmere pretty yoke per Good quality ribbed cotton shirts or drawers ft fj winter weight ZUUi waists fect fitting de Â¬ tachable collar 75c Ribbed Cotton Vesas high neok one sleeves silk taped and pants ft to match 3Ci Saturday Tlios L Curtis went to HardiMfj Salnrday Mr Deweee is In Louisville this week buying goods Charley Deaae was in Louisville a few days last week Water searoe Public well fails in the afternoon these days Miss Groves went to Fordsvllle Satur- Â¬ day to stay over Sunday Miss Ola Whltelt y of near Hudson enters Utopia for the year Mrs Lawreroe ias returned from a visit of several weeks in Owensboro Eddie L Moorman and Styles Howard pedagogues went to Fordsvllle Saturday Ami why give mem a chance to goto yon art etc v or ten years mora Beuer give them good reasons for guessing me other war ItTs vev emer for nothing MHs of age so quietly as gray netr Ayers vigor is a youth renewer It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of yeuth It never falls to restore color to eray hair It will stop the nafr from coming out also It feeds the hair bulbs Thin hair becomes thlckhalr and short hair becomes lone moves all dandruff and prevents Its formation We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you If vou 1a not obtain All tfea haaa r It was last Saturday All Wool Waists pretty yoke full front perfect fitting all the newest Extra good fleece lined Vests or Pants Egyptian 1 ft - 4BC ribbed Union Suits Egyptian ribbed fleece lined a very nice garment shades I A handsome braided all wool waist a strictly article in blue green black and garnet per- - rt i ft feet fitting J I up-to-da- te JtL J LEADING ONE PRICE STORE CLOVERPORT - - KENTUCKY THE FAIR m News 1809 OCT 18 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY denounced Goebel and the Democratic party in severe terms The Goebelites were not pleased with it and what he said met with strong criticism on the part of a great number of them few days since i Riding along by old German town a I could not help but notice the farm lands surrounding the place that seemed to haye been thrown Hillory Mattingly has returaed hom e out and given over to the brown sage from Louisville and undergrowth What a pity This Jesse Whltworth and Alf Jeston went old town is only two miles from a railto Cloverport last Sunday road station and the land surrounding Rev J W Bigham and family left it is as level as a floor There are a few farms in cutivation of course but some last Monday for Princeton Ky of the land has been thrown out Some Maz Baker of the firm of Baker Bros of this land can possibly be bought at baa been quite ill for two weeks a small figure and by proper cultivation Jeeee Eekridge was at home from could be made to blossom as a rose in a Owensboro last Saturday and Sunday HARDINSBURG Â¬ av i The commonwealths business in the clrcut court last week was unusually light There was not a single case in which there was a defense of any consequence unless it was the indictments against the Chapln dbtillery and thev were thrown out on demur There was night no case in which an attorney was given J A Witt who has been complaining an opportunity to apeak before the jury for sometime seems to be improving and that probably never happened here before during the session of the Circuit gradually Wanted 1 want to buy two or three court The lawyers were somewhat laWill pay casb menting the fact because they always barrels of good sorghum love To --hear the sound of their own arelXtG-B- The entire criminal docket voice years mentuitbers Scott Morton Dr J T could have been disposed of in one day the last three y Sukop and It May went to of this period foindV BIG SPRING any note exceprge delegation from thi the street carnival in e this week Meyer leads em all iBeavin came up from Beech Meyer wants your trade 63 ajon his bicycle last Sunday to at- - Bro Parker preached at the Baptist W services at the Catholic church church Sunday Rev W V Harrold who lives on the Mrs James Harned was in Louisville north fork of Rough creek has accepted visiting relatives last week a call to the Baptist churoh at Harned The latest goods in house furnishings Misses Eula Miller Lillie Scott and are being shown at Meyers Mary Board have been in Louisville for Miss Myrtle Moorman is in Louisville the last week attending the street car- Â¬ visiting relatives and friends nival Mrs Jesse Olarkson is in Louisville There were a couple of tobacco buyers visiting her married daughter from Henderson county iu this county Miss Lill Olarkson is in Louisville the last week looking at the hurley tobacco guest of Mias Mayme Barnard crop Miss Ollie May Olarkson is in Louis- Â¬ C Royalty is in Louisville this week of the Grand ville attending Hampton college attending the session HMeyer will meet your wants in He was accompanied by bis Lodge clothing dry goods boots and shoes wife and children Mr Jess Horrell of Cecilia was the It is rumored that young Peyton Seott and Miss Fronie Pate the daughter of guest of Miss Daisy Msador Sunday Mr W N Pate a prosperous farmer of All kinds of staple and faney groceries Beech Fork are soon to be married constantly kept on hands at Meyers Rev James Lewis pastor assisted by John Meador was in Brandenburg the Rev Mr Kimble of Kliiabethtown Sunday the guest of Miss Fannie began a protracted meeting last Sunday Phillips Bight at the Closer Creek Baptist Mr Haro Jenkins of Oleadale was church here Sunday the guest of Mies Ruby The suit of Laara Bruce colored Miller IgjtiNOfayor Harris of the Breekea You who may need a fall or winter uVAga Company Limited far damages lor overcoat cannot ilo bettor than to visit MklMkMM prosecution was dismissed by II Meyer Charles Moorman one of our brightest Peter H Morgan who Med lite wtU boys has been admitted to the bar to jotd company for damages for injuries tnoeived while working on the Spotte Mr Harry noette Vino Owe was villa bridge raoovorod a judgement for hoMlnmiayto attend the funeral of ease will be appealed 1000 The MlMlfMioKhknotoa Too fallowing parties wont to Louis Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE Massif Guy Meador John Morris ville met Saturday on the esonrsiott JtUI Pendleton and Herman Meyer were Charley Mattingly Will Hook Robert In Louisville last week Still the drouth pontlnoea MsOuffio T C Lewis Wane ghecklott lady Oar school wm half out Friday MiesMnttie Nichols a vouiw Btv Vartv of color and jar Saturday was the schoolteachers good worthy roajr of typhoid fever day Oollootor Fraaka of Oweasworo was Mm Miliar and daagbter Mine Annie Dr Walker and hit dangbtor Miama hra met Saturday and made a big Bo publican speech at the court boose Ho Jones of Bardisoborg are hero yWttag attended a funeral at Hrnottsrtlle Majt- Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Amanda Lewis and children are visiting their father Mr Henry Lewis Beard and Hensley have begun the foundation for their mammoth ware house Prof Roberta and wife went to Louis- Â¬ ville last Friday and returned Sunday few years ia9Bandlng pound girl L man Norman Hensley of Hanlinsburg stayed in the depot during the absence of Mr Curtis Saturday Thermometer at Summer weather De wees registered 89 Saturday No hearsay 8w it myself Our merchants are rushed All they need is more clerks Have lots of cus- Â¬ tomers delighted ones too Mrs John Lewis of Hardlnsburg was here Sunday to see RIobard Lewis who is not exptcted to live long Dr McMullen was here Saturday He reports considerable sickness at MoDan iels Several casfs of typhoid fuver Harry Stum received a message Sun day that his brother-in-laR D Wei born of Central City was very ill He I ft at once to see him Robbie Spencer one of McDanlels best farmers was here Saturday He says farmers are busy and slock water scarce over there A big crowd attended the cloang ex Â¬ ercises of the colored folks meeting Sun Â¬ day Hardlnsburg Laltchflald and Cloverport were represented Fire broke out on two sides of town Saturday Prompt action controlled them Dave Moorman lost some fence Squire Moorman lost a thousand or two rails The Rev Reynolds and wife late of Fordsville were guests at Mr Stums Sunday The last conference sent Mr Reynolds to Haweevllle He had been two yefire at Fordsville Miss Lucile Vessels and Clarence Lewis of Hardlnsburg were here Sun- Â¬ day Miss Alma Mattingly and Bartly Howard accompanied them back returning on the night train Lowell may ask What is so rare as a day in June and Riley may write Knee Deep in June but half of the poetic bouIs are satisfied with these beau- Â¬ tiful fall days and fine moonlit nighta Ed Fry who has been with John Deanefor nine years will leave Glen deane this fall Somebody will have a fine tobacco handler if Ed takes a po- Â¬ sition elsewhere for no one beats him when he does his best Mr John Rhodes and three attractive yound ladies namely bis two daughters and Miss Lena Mattingly passed through town Saturday for Owensboro They will attend the wedding of a relative a Miss Goff Didnt learn the grooms name There was a comfortable qaiet excursion to Louisville last Saturday Among the ones from Glendeane were Mrs W R Moorman Mrs Back Moorman four of Mr Louis Ashleys sons Miss May Dempster Misws Mary and Louise Moorman and Rod Mattingly Your scribe has accepted a Saturday clerkship with Mr Deweee Please write any bit of news and hand to him for Insertion in the paper the next week Let him have names of visitors any Important business transactions and all news items Assist in this matter and do your duty to your visitors and your friends elsewhere We deem ourselves fortunate in wel- Â¬ coming another physician among us Dr Green comes to us well reoomended as a physician of recognized ability and ma- Â¬ ture experience and he and hie wife are both leaders In all christian work They will be strong factors la charch work among us and we tru t that their success materially may make It nbwihleior us to claim them permanently How nioe twould be to no to sleep and wake up on election day just in time to vote Falsehood speculation exagÂ¬ geration misrepresentation nearly the entire business becomes tiresome Even some of those who would purify poli-Â¬ ties are not without fault A mans talk is not always a sue criterion of hit character The puriaoatlon process might be carried along other linos to Immense advantage Pure officials and pure politics are no more to be desired than pure votom and pore lives Im always glad that somebody said Con iotoncy thou ait a jewel Â¬ Â¬ It Is a nine H Pate is the happy hair It cleanses the scalp re- Â¬ Mtver a tfca Klat Hnimpo the moat mtoroatlng acbero for the roeutsrywnete silver at the local mint la that applied to the uten- Â¬ sils of the melting gang The Mg Iron Mlrring rods the dtnpota the atralnera nod the ladle that come In contact with the moHen metal are mid ankle at intervals and sent oown stairs They are covered with what looki Ilk brown rust but la really oxldlxed stiver Suppose to digress a moment one desired to get a coat of paint off the outside of a bouse In such event the plan of scraping away tho house and leaving the shell of paint standing Would be regarded as somewhat eccen tric yet that Is substantially the meth od adopted at the mint The Imple- Â¬ ments are placed la baths of sulphuric acid which attacks the Iron or steel but leaves the silver untouched Little by little a strainer for lnetenoe will entirely disappear That la to say the original strainer disappears and leaves In Its place a bel low silver counterpart delicate aa an eggshell Tbey are very curious these fragile casts Thelfsurfach is a sort of natural filigree honeycombed with Innumerable fantastic perforations The reproduction of a bolt or screw Is some times as perfect as an electrotype but they are hurried roniorsoleasly back to the crucible and thus pursue their oy cle until at last they find their Karma In a minted coin New Orleans Times Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It WTtAUrW aha MB her own way of giving notice that aaaist- one aoaa not aaa neeaea anoe help unt lt ta impossible to get along without 1 Bolls and pimples are an Indfcabon Jhat la BOuy ajvsnwwuaa age Wlin ttitnm HriMl e PID ttflP miiotUanomnridofttb7aTCanurgenta run IKXTi a winning than oan not safely be ignored blood an nvvwiwimviw iiaiwiwn W uu usaMgMlypiropiaa u at thto purify the To nogteot Mtthe asmoynnoe of painful boils and If shone impurisies are allowed to Mrnabt the svstom sneonmbs to any ordinary illnesa and is unable to withstood the many ailments whfoh are so Mrs L QontUo ioM Second Avenue Seattle Wash nays i t was afflicted for a long time with ptmplea whloh SaaAVMlamfc sIlllMaw omsMffhaV nUUl if Aftuetog many othr remedies in vain 8 8 now and thoroughly oleanaed my blood and good complexion which I nerer had before vA Mirt w s v vbV Several bofls and oarbunolea broke out upon me oaoelng My blood seemed to be In great pain and annoyanoe a riotous oondWoa and nothing I took seemed 4o do any good Six bottles of 8 8 8 mno mo conmiotoiy and my blood has been perfectly pure over efneer iT I rejoice in Bma W a1mk n mmwLw nn w b i xenn writes ava a 8 promptly 8 8 8 FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood remedy because It is purely vegetable it and la the only one that is absolutely free from potash and Moroury aptly purines the blood and thoroughly cleanses the system builds up general health and strength It owes Scrofula Bocema Oanotr Rheuma- Tetter Boils Sores etc by going direct to the cause of the trouble and forcing out all impure mood Books free to nay address by the Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga V E The Breckenridge News AND BU 70a eiretedfromtbuaof thi vigor ivrua mo doctor ainrac iu Probably tilers l sotns dMHftnltr with your gonsnl iittem wMeb nuy do euuy renmroa AaareH Dr J C Ay w Lowell Mjsm Wllla et Some WaatoB Some women derive a great deal of enjoyment out of making their wills day and spent a day or two visiting rela- Â¬ tives Mrs Otto Robinson is very ill at her i ome near Rosettn Set it down that the way to beat Goebal is to vote for Tavlor Sunday was a bright iovely day and a number of people attended Sunday school and church Rrv Moore of Hardinsburg preached in the Baptist church Siturday and Sun- Â¬ day at 11 oclock and Sunday evening David Hfcrdaway is quite a hunter He hunts Sundavs and these days evenings and he says he has found a Dear Rev Mell will preach In the Methodist church Sa tm day and Sunday October 21st and 221 at 11 a m Eveiyhodv ought to ootiiH out to hi ar him remarked n lawyer the other day They change thorn as eftea as tbey change their gowns It Is only a few days ago that I came down to my office to And one of my fair cjlents anxiously awaiting me She was in a great state df nervousness M Ob Mr Blank site exclaimed Ive come to change my will What Again Masked Yes she said I discovered test night that Mrs whom I had Intended to leave my diamond tiara to has been saying spiteful things about my poor dead husband said be made his- money out of green grocery and an off beer llcense odlous creature that she Is I could never rest In my grave if I thought she would benefit a farthings worth from my death Cross her off the will please Mr Blank and substitute the name of let me see now whom can I leave the diamond tiara to Well Ill think it over tonight and come and see you In the Â¬ Â¬ GRICULTURISTJ AwiaiflAK Aaatopranmr U tfaa aWcat ntaeUeal paper of ita Uad fcert md moat leeier and aaeeeeenu ad CamMerelal FAWitY FFATUIFts Ut Maek Balrrtas Rer rfcwiawisi tteaJtare hraan llHutratea by able artttta mako lt tBTalaabletoalllararalaeetlaBa The lateat Marketa mTUKEXf AvrteaHure are aaekaaUaa teatnraa ataea M9U jrinaion other toslea vrlttaa by araeUeal and Paaltrr Market xeaac wuuw race etc tnake aMoepamaaatetaaH8etoilBaseaatfaaiiyMipew - Â¬ Â¬ finbjestoi mm IKWHl W1W Be AMBB KllMAHuwnTOBirrKAB Book and Autuuo for IMC TU gnat work U a Cyclopedia of ProgreM and Eraata In the Whole World A Market SuMei Complete AlaaaaaCi a Treaaarr of Stattetleai A nefereaea Work on BtoiT imk 7m m proaomoa arr aibumao - Mr Darling of Carrolton who baa betm visiting Mn Chas Drury spent a few days with Mrs Kate Bennett last MalL week and then returned to her home Oriental Judgment Mixed Bafelaa The Greek ecclesiastical authorities Quite a crowd of friends and neigh- Â¬ bors attended the wedding atMt Moreno at Aleppo have been called upon to deÂ¬ last Tuesday The bride wore a lovely cide a case which strongly recalls Solo- Â¬ mons famous Judgment By a strange traveling suit and it wa a happy affair The reports of the appearance and coincidence a woman and ber daughter both gave birth to a female child at the reaching of our Sfell at Irvidgton new preacher Bro Sunday are such aa to same time But the babies got mixed encourage and we look forward to a pros- Â¬ and as due of them was ugly and the perous year in church work other pretty and healthy both mothers October is truly the Queen of the claimed the latter The elder woman Months and was never lovelier than this maintained that as all ber ether chil Â¬ year The melancholy days are the dren were handsome tho ugly child beet and who cant enjoy living now eould not be hers while her daughter has not a capacity for enjoyment so lets claimed that being young handsome throw dull care to the winds and have a and strong she could not be the mothÂ¬ good time er of a weak and ugly babe The religious chief of the town set Â¬ morning And so on continued the man of law That good lady changed her will six times In as many months and the names In It would have Ailed a small directory while the rest of It suggest ed an auctioneers catalogue London IW HaalrInteretPertalBa toAarteaIf are Ia anatrr Oewerea PuMle AShlra Beaaehatd Mum aa Rellatea and Prearaaa It la in Aijatvar Weather AatraaaaUeal Bata Blau fCff mmvMM sawmmr fvitiaa 010 ta rgfi UUafLE fUtPYotttMAmariaMAsrteaKarlat las the AXBRNAK AtOWrVfUtrT wriltLiriTM Wew Tark City n Our SPECIAL Offer The Breckenridge News 100 American Agriculturist Weekly 100 50 Year Book and Almanac f 2aS0e One Price for Addraas All 150 Cloverport Ky JNO D BABBAGE ssnnnamav3S9Bm99nBEnB9saes Applicants Per Tho Poor Howoe Stata of XaaMchy IHaakaerMr Caaarjr tled the affair in a summary way He adjudged the beautiful child to the Frank Ruppert Balltown was here daughter on the gffemd that it being Friday her first the ccaalosrina not to be dteun Finley BrdwR Axtel was in town made one of humiliation noiatasent while the slffgr mother Sunday oonld afford to forego her fitaim stnee Vio Robertson Glendeane was In she had already bad several hnndoeme town Saturday otottdroai Oonsvanynopio Mnmmat Mies Lena MaGary went to Hardins-Â¬ KIRK KY Jd TltimESt tL k 1L2SAND aarBHpB T 1 UP ttUoHltredaw MCaaHttataa aaplhaati for aid or aiihuaeafraai the Coaatv Aall ha rcqulrtd to go to tka poor hoaK eaaept In aairato eaaea AKlit OWEN CtTNJUNOHAM Clark BraaaaaHaae Caaalf Coat burg Monday 0 P Bryan was In our midst tuning pianos last week Miss Mattie Mattingly of McDanlek was here Saturday Robert Elder tookln the Carnival nt Louisville Saturday Dock Furrow and wife and Jim Dur Â¬ ham went to Louisville Monday W K Withers and wife attended obaroh at Clover Creek Sunday Frank MoUary and J L Mattlaely went to Louisville Sunday night Mies Lulu Dyarneth and slater New Bathel were here trading Friday Mies Matti Mattingly spent last week with her sister Mrs R M Rhodes Mies Rofttf SheeraH who has been very sick with typhom favor Is Improv Â¬ JLL naiTa BmI Tiim nr ai It aw HMflfl The Canadian Manufaeturar lopertaL UlutrataS abora n the remarkable phenomenon of thednFT aa aad Mad b frtth VK sncuiruls von atataroarlUkkt WtajMJa kowlonaaflamll bara bean covery of a flower incaaed In a hole In alao alata HftLtpVN raatara la laraa or on a an old Iron casting the sower being In id anal tha IwwIton rlnhtUna ilrtth tha or lattaMa raatara au whaOur roptart U ji perfect state of preservation A work- aalaa Tim aaaT etOMr Gam to 70a with to aadcr aa4 aamal ta trwaa tka taiaMaaHH Itaala aM man engaged la breaking up old iron Water m almost a rarity here taUdatBtraattaaaa awaatayoaarataniltaad wa Ullll MriUM HAII MAAMAW at a foundry in Ontario came across an B Pate Is on Hie Posit Jury at Bar v1 ar aatlraban old wheel that bad done service on a HnaVarg nil rT TIT af uaaaia Mwlaaina ne art iao Wt Mil IttT ia ir stationary engine for many years On HMHl IH Ua Wblsa Mn TartowofSUpueneoortis the MeMNtEAIIB ROBBUOK Oo 01 breaking It be discovered in a orortce a fMwer blossom in perfect condition Ha gutot of Miss Beatrloo Taul color being aa fresh as the day It found KrHyjh Meson aad family of tho Ita way Into Ita mysterious biding Big Out ar moving hero pwca It bad evidently fallen into the canting when K wm being poured and Kit Jotepa Taal and aon John wont in acme manner eeoaned injury from to 0 weaeboro Sunday to visit relatives the molten motai Aa the oavttr Mrs DaliUa Pate m fpandlng a few perfectly airtight it natom tatasnei days with hat aaat Mm Sophia Beavin He freshness until oaposaa to view who it vary Dt other home on the pike a A WMaar FSawaait MtyaaMt tnt we a rastsatlwBa aawa aahird tiM as st CmhIN aaj r -- f J I tS w7wr mi jf ir mmV mm t nmaumaaa a ZJfmJm MhAAMOMl WWWWW BUTONS Km I PHOTO tm Wf Mv nS J 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