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Manilla Oct X3 An America o- at WS killed WMUUM by the PIHphaos Mi an attack oa a J launch wKn General Lawtons avacdl- atoa ta the itto Ohaqaita aaar la M to The usargeeta taw Olty General Laevtons Ksmedtttan riRKD FROM SHORB Let Fly t a LatfaeJi of MltfOM OP BATTLE Isvarylll 111 fttt fejrpasid fever eastwsn PfallliM went la Bartfard last Jesse Miles hi stalls Saaday Mrs Mathewa was a gaeat at Mr Â¬ I Royals 3aWHMlWPUtE Motot the fbod mora tWkrou iick wholesome Hotel Mhh Dead Cleveland O Oct 20 Charles Wes- Â¬ ley oae of the veteran hotel mea of the country and late proprietor of aha Weddeil House is dtad at SO Claims aa Infringement New York Oot 19 Lyman O Lamed of Boston has brought suit la tbe United States circuit court agafaet Gugllelmo Marconi to restrain him and hw agents from using the system of wireless telegraphy which Lamed claims is an Infringement of a patent l orftaoal WILL BEARD POUND DEAD NEAR EALCON vbk General Otis In order to dtsows Jteaee terms and to arrange for the de arvcry ot moreAmwrteaa prisoners that the desired interview can not be great ad because tha suggested proptftftctOM of the Filipinos are vague todeftaHe andaainlUtaiTaod baeaaaa tfc Unlet ajeetm muat oootkui to deollu to x aalva any reeort fit Ow ao Bla I1H ftao soTaraaMot Hosjalaa A T Oot reMlved at the Karabaw tU eooaity IWfclay WM a flurb urrcadera to Tk BargltarWltheht Plrlag A Mnfit - v- m SJSfi Hi i sii ITjfofa sT Details ef The Blaed BsgagemeRt at bow controlled by him Word wa Elaadfllaajcta Skew That The DryuH la Kentucky oSoe from Lxwibpokt Ky Oct 88 Special Will Beard a young white Bagllsh Suffered Severely Louisville Oct 17 Colonel William that a rty of J Bryaa ts being warmly greeted by ia b taeaa wm fowl dead by the aide of the railroad track near Faloon Sta- - bandits the people of Kentucky oa bu tour of mountalM had for xne days Wm tion and about 5 mile above this otty last Saturday morning rohMog aad jHndring la tfce Tkn the state In bis speeches he urges the Ky Democrats to support William Goebrl akariff orfaljtd a bos ana Hie aknll wm oruehed and both legs were broken A jug of wine Oape Town OeV It la reported for governor In the Interest of the naleft for the mb Nm of a Sgbt wat found near the body and it ig thought that while iutoxkated he twaan aba poaaa and twndeto he ben here from Glaseae that the Boar forse tional Democracy His trip will con- Â¬ clude on Wednesday raoetred One of tbe bandaU was kill- Â¬ oommaaded by General Joubert baa ItH asleep on the track and was struck by a train sometime during the ed and another wouncted Nooa of aba attacked or ta about to attack the Brit V night MARKET REPORTS poaaa was Injured The robbers took lab entrenched poattton at Qlenooe Grata aad Steok Prices For Oot 81 flight for tbe lntornattooat bouetery Cape Town Oot 38 It la rumored Beard is said to have been an industrious young man and save for Pittsburg here taatBrkly West northwest of an oooaeiOBal spree bora a good wpuWtion Oattlv Cbolce IS 8006 00 prlnte SB 40 Kltnberley has been surrendered to the Mardered by Sebben lit 5 70 j good SB 108S 38 tidy butchers Si TO AAobteoo Kan Oot 33 One max Boers without Sting a shot Cape vol- Â¬ 3 00 6 00 fair Si 00i 40 common was afeot aad laiUedaadanother wound Â¬ unteers it la reported will be eeot to stags ana cowt S 75 bull 2 00S4 00 fresh covti 80 0O960 00 Calvca tT 00 ed at Donipbaa by two desperadoes relieve Klmberley 7 36 wbo were engaged 1n robbtng- a etore IIog lrlme mediums aad heavy bogs London Ott 38 ITie war office pub- Â¬ Later tney ambuabed and Sbot and S4 JC4J4 60 bst Vorken S4 364 40 light lishes the following dispatch to the WlUd a poHeenaa and wooaded ao Yorkers S4 M4 86 pigs 4 aofti 86 4 Beg Sheop and Lambs Chole sheep eaber man botb members of a pome secretary of stats for war the Marquis 8 754 00 4 40 good 14 19e4 30 fair of Laasdowne from the general com Â¬ imnautng them Tbe robbara are aur choice lamb ts 168S SO common to good Â¬ roaaded six miles north of Atohtoon manding in Natal General White re3 Q6 00 garding the engagement at KlaadsThe dead Joan Drawn of Donlpbas Willis Green has just returned from Cleveland Robert N Dickeraon of AtobJeon laagta between Oleacoe and Lady the olty where he has been buying a Hogs Mixed 14 86sleted mediums aad emltta when the British under General heavies Si 3TW good to best pigs 15S Bbandbnbuhq Oct 28 Special- - On night last wsek while Dr Woueded Cbarles Kuohe of Doaipbao of French routed the Transvaal forees nioe lot fall goods 4 36 Jacoea Hayes of Atohteon Sheep and Lambs Good to best lambs AbePhilirw JandjfliUl esonTof Short under General Jan H M Kock second Hardin our popular dentist was using his vulcaniser it exploded mak Â¬ 90 fair good 6 Elected Officers In oominand la the Transvaal army Greek were visiting relatives in Ohio to 1066 wethers to4 good S4 TB4J6 00 good - Not a pieoe of the vul best 004 36 fair to ing quite an opening in the roof of Ids offioeCtoetanaU Oot 19 Ttoe toUowteg who was himself wounded and cap-Â¬ county last week mixed sheep S8 tO8 80 Cattle Good to prime steers SB 0036 10 oasiser could be found Hie lights were extinguished Mr Malntifa officers were ejected by tbe American tured and has slaoe died Mr and Mrs W H Ohamblisa attend- Â¬ Cariettan 4 MkHdoaary good to association In the action at Biandslaagte I was ed the burial of their nephew at Pleas- Â¬ fair tohaody butchers steers364J4 80 fair 36 S4 004 weight good 4Kas thrown from his ohair and Dr Hardin watt stunned for a few min Â¬ Pteatdent W K Homan Dallas eee present In person from 330 p m to common to best heifers S3 3064 60 fair ant Grove Saturday utes Had it ooourrad a little sooAsrhs would have bsen killed instant Peartes B L SmMsl and C C Smtth 690 p m but did not assume direc- Â¬ to good butcher cows 8 004J8 GO fair to Udaomnatl Little Miss Annie Smith of Fordsville treasurer B P TJogley good bulls 38 0098 6a Calres Oood to the fight which was left In the ly The accident will cost our good dentist about sixty dollars but he QtootnnaU nattoaal superintendeat of tion of of General French Although is the guest of little Misses Mollis and beat 86 76ffiS 36 bands x CtMiStiaa Bodeavor J B Pounds In desultory aghtsng took place earlier In and Eva Butler of Shreve Chicago is nhUosoDhieal r his life is snared and he doesnt murmur sr jj StanapoUs etatiaUoal seoratary Bev the day while reinforcements sent out Cattle Ooed Albert Mosely of Shreve sold his men to medium to fan or34 16 6008 TS eea steers 00fi6 60 Blockers a A HofnuMi Kaaeas 0ty later on learning tbe enemys strength farm and will remove to Daviess county aad feeders 3 7544 80 oowi and bulls were arriving from Ladysmlth the real soon to engage in the mercantile busi Sapplaated by Girls 3 OOS24 SB Texaaa 38 8604 10 Calvea 33 0008 T6 Munoie lad Oot 1 At the Nlve action did sot begin untM 330 p m ness Mogs ralr to prime ft 36S4 46 heavy bottle glass factory at El wood tbe boys At that hour the Boers held a posHioB A big protracted meeting baa lust paekers 38 864 3SV6 mixed 4 184 8TH employed carrying bottles ta She ovens of very exceptional strength oonetst batohers 84 lBi 7i4 llghtwelgfats ft IS I 80t prepared ta strike for mere- wages wg of a rook biH about a mHe and a closed with thirty six additions to the m 3tt- P efceJee Sheep Xmm oasokad by IS of the lads being half southeast of Biandslaagte station ehurob Twenty five were baptised last sheep 31 and Lamb iBferior 38to36S4 00 6064 00 westerners At 330 p m our guns took a posi Â¬ week in Rough river discharged and as many girls put J feeders 88 408 TO Inferior to eholoe LinwisTOST KY uoj M ispeoiai floraos rauorson was oausa their places This Is the first time feÂ¬ tion oa a ridge 410 yards from the Brandon Garden of Webster died of lambs 38 7Gj6 73 H Corn No Wheat Mo 3 red whose guns at once opened fire male help has beea engaged this fbi Owensboro last week as a witness in the ease of Mrs Bswles vs the tied of work amoag a owss oflarough Boers fire was generally wall directed typhoid fver last Friday and was laid to J3J33i4c Oata o 27171 38c This rest Saturday inthe Pleasant Grove cem Buffalo but somewhat high This time con Â¬ etry near Shreve Ohio oountv A large j men 8t Ii R R for injurlss received while alighting from a train j Cattle Butchers 84 6048 36 shipping trary to previous experiences their concourse of friends and relatives attend- Â¬ 35 0086 60 cows aad heifers 33 7614 40 Meax May Take the Warpath Fates Station The ease was oontinnad until the next term of the shells burst welL stockers and feeders tops S6 5fl 36 Moax rails 8 D Oot 19 Acoord The Imperial Light Horse moved ed bis funeral Carouit Court OalTes 37 364JT 60 88 Ov8 40 aae4o aoFormatioa reoetvad from Rose toward the left of the enemys posi- Â¬ 4 46 mediums aad Hogs Yorkers tad aad Fine Rtdgw ladies agencies tion aad two squadrons of the Fifth byMr Wesloy Blain committed suioide heavy 4 00 pigs U 40 taking an overdose of Stryohninn Sheep and Lambs Good to choice spring She Koux are greatly wrought up over Laooers toward has right During the good 36 fair lambe 36 the report that the pnwtioa of dis artillery lire mounted Boers pushed out early Saturday morning aad was buried g 00 culls 164JB common 34toG04JH 60 34 76 and triaaalag Mdes grataMously to la from Ifceir left and engaged She Im Â¬ at the Bekridge graveyard Sunday after- sheep 38 7S4J4 00 culls aad common mixed 88 60 ta to be dsaaofitiaued Thera to perial Light Hone In a few minutes noon A host of friends and relatives fol- Â¬ ejt 00 choice yearllnge 3 364 SO My tbe Sleux mar again lowed him to the grave New York the enemys guas ceased firing and our alts p arms agalaat he goverameat artillery was turned on the mounted Cattle Steers 84 1B4J6 80 oxea 88 30SJ Burled Near Rome as a protest 36 bulls 33 K 86 cows 31 604J8 IS Boars who opposed the Imperial Light 8 36 Oalvos Vests 35 76fi6 36 grasaers An Infant of Mr andJMrs Trigg Goons 4 60 horse The latter at once fell back VHaeteas Appolataaant 98 60 westerns The Board of Kleotioo Oommissioners for Breekenridge oourtty mat Â¬ of Holt died Sunday Lambs Sheep The remains 32 6084 00 Sheep and ah rraaclseo Oot U Brigadier After tbe arttMery preparations our inHardinsburg last Saturday and appointed eleotion offioers for the diff General Fanston wired the war as fantry advanced to the attack supÂ¬ were brdught dowa oa the 906 Texas lambs 34 8636 76 Canadian lambs So 09 76 partment his aaceptaace of the ap ported by our guns in the seoondosi train last aigbt aad interred from 86 Mogs 38 6644 76 rtn nroeinotsin the oonntjy as follows potatment of brtgadpr gaaaral la the tion Tbe Devonsblres held the enemy Athys chapel near Borne this morning No X Wheat No 3 red 7Hc Cera Sje Ne 3 we Hardinaburg Precinct No 1 Judges Frank DeHaveu 8 M Hes army farmed la the volunteer service la front while the Manchester regi Â¬ tta OaU Ne 3 38 Owensboro Inquirer i era Oeaaral Funston will return to Kansas ment ami the Genloa Highlanders Aon CJeik Peter Shorran Sheriff Chas W Miller CiBeiHBaat With the Kansas volunteers who will turned his left flank The Bear guas HsBaJoyssl His Trip Wheat No 3 red 71TlUe Cera Ne 1 Hardmsbiwg Precinct No 2 Jndgas Chas B Miller Clint P be mustered out Oct St He will tbea although eaten temporarily aUeooed Oata No 3 mixed 364 Barney Boater one of resort at Washington for duty la the hivariably opaaed fire agate oa the oldest cltiseite was one of Olovsrports nixed No He86Vs 2 84s many who lire Clerk Samuel W Pate Hook Sheriff Bobt Mattingly served FaiMsplae sttgMest opportunity aad were Lard 36 06SJ6 WA Bulk Bwata ag 3e attended tbe Democratic barbecue at 6 36 Bseoa 38 108 15 wish great courage gardinshnrg Prednot No 8 Judges Mike MflUr Mat Bhrews- Hogs FeH Guilty 04 4a Cattle OOflfi 18 it was the Atar severe fighting oar Infantry Louievlll last wsek He says Louisville Sbeep 18 OOCJB SO Laubs fS 32 754J6 ia 3 PfeSMelphU Oot XL mllery F lag Oaric Frank Jgrooe SherJf Biohazd May finest kip he has ever had to ham eoUtted Atates aMorhey amd essvied the position AtoMpmtbu Boston tbre more than a Wool Ohio Seeoea X aad above 80S varfofi Peeinot No 1 Jmbjws Orpfailo DsHaven L L fsarvejr 1C IwwMt his law partaac assl was accomplished the enemy atassHag and be baa been He took aU the courage hundred times ia hSa around to the mat wMt de31e XX aad XX Jiad above 3leSS fotmet riauKhuit dasamot atkontey CSotk Gregory Sheriff 0 B Sklllman laine 86o No wars found sjuMs of soaenfreer wad aad tenacity The Fifth Leasers aad sighls oa the Midway aad says he speak aoaiWng WqWc 1 eomblag SiflsMe No t Preoinot No 2 -J-udges J H Wills J B Black brihary In aonaecStoa warn aha rarsmn a squadron of the Ftfm Dragoon leas money aad had mors fua than aver Toledo atamp eswaaarmWng plot headed by Guards charged three times through before la his Ufa BmtfK L VChapin Sharlff J A Beavin asipasaami Ceea Nc 3 mixed Wheat Ne 3 7 the retreating Boars la the dark dote WIMama K Jacob WlUlam I and Oato N 3 atlxed 34a Kre Ne 38K Visited Jas Pleher Wa captured considerable execution Clovarpoct Pradaat Kq 8 Jndges0 B Mattingly Wm 8 Qal- 3 0e OtoTetaied Deoawiber H 6 Lche Boar eamp with tents wagons Mr Georsa Faatoa of Louisville was Clark Marlon Weathsrholt Sheriff Horaoa Nawion Baltimore guna The Boar bets last weak the guest of Jas Bihar aad also two Batter Pane eteawery at ami a aks- athe Oretone wars vary considerable mcJud- - at the fishsr homestead Ail of tfasaur Mattingly Pradnct Judgas Jos M MnUen J B Jackson Clerk great 1TH Mardoek Msan Oot Vt A lag a number of wounded and un plas brick at the yard have beea soldi Sheriff Las Hlnton Jas J Keenan AwaUmg of P atruok ins wouoded prisoners Among Am former PKBB BLOOD CURB H is to be hoped that Mr Fatten will are Oeaaral Jan Kock aad Met Jou- Â¬ ami Btsphansport Precinct Judges L R Adkiason Napoleon Brunx t toar miles aoomwast of ams plaoa start the wheals to running agata amUSMac K aastraly H bert aaoaaw of Commandant General said Ave oMJdrsn took retoaa ai An Offer Fi ovlag Faith to Sufferers fidd Clerk James Crawford Sharlff Jess H Miller Joabeft Asms Brick Works Betas Repaired eatmr and escaped wtdi but lHtta in- Â¬ One goods train with supplies for From Blood aad Skin Trouble jury Taw house aa4 eonAaata ware aad nine amguab prls- OaL Hikes ofJLouleviUe epeatafew baahmgn Sheriff Npospon Brunsr swsgt saatiaty away i Our toss I regret days la lbs city last week the gsset af to gay was heavy It is ronghly com Oast sad Mis J H Rowland Mr -MoofeyvUle PrachictJtidgaa W H Kldar Geo GiUUand Uicere Cancers Eating Seres Palatal inteitlisve sated at 1M killed aad woaaasa Oat 3L Hikes Is swast of the Asms Brisk Werka Swalliaas Effects of Blood Potace Far Sharlff Frank Speaks Olfrk Dftfts Cunningham fUmberly laveattaawt aad was hssa far tbs purpose of potting ststeat Bruptions that refuse to heal un aaot Clifton Mills Precinct Judges Forest Olayoomb B A Parks Klmbertey Oot St This is the sixth it ia repair der ordinary treatment are quickly eared atteiwaid turalag las day of Klmberleys Investment by the Oast Bowlaad who is his masager at by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the Sheriff Achillas Dye R D St Clair Clerk NTotm aaoa htameif wNk fatal af enemy An armored train want out tbla pmes is bsviag the sates Medea moat woaderml Blood Partner of tbe age a woman was lastaatlr hflms and found She Botm stUI to tan direc Â¬ faet Irvington Preoinot Judges F H MoGshee John E Galloway mads esploally to cure all terrible obsti 1eahootlng occurred ha s dmrapata- - tion of BpySfontean Their Bostttoa Is of the pleat painted Sheriff Jas King nate deip aeetcd Blood aad Skim trouClarkr W B Gardner r-an- - cmv believed to be strong aeapwaameapejpvpse wa SwB srFpsasi bles It your Blood shlat Am you dispatch rtdera to Mafaking Mr J idgs Dr J M Watker T J Jolly Two Bewisyville Precinct A L Oslas 8 P pale T All ma dowa T Have you Eeaema Old Board Ttoket Â¬ gtaplatoa aad Mr Harding were cap Sheriff 8 J McCoy Clerk 0 H Drory tured by Boers Oat U Amastaat Com Ooarad SUss LUkrd E T Hayasa Jas PimplesT Blotehes aad Bampa T Skin or Scalp Huaaonr Boils T Brapttona gkin asuaSoner Soott shot himself a Beluc D Gresory 0- - B Sklllman Big Spring Preoinot Judges Taylor Casey Ban Miller Clerk OIUmos Ttcket R N Hadsoa W Itabea aad Swollen T Aohiac BoaeaT heartbrokea at hie humility to defend Sheriff Sylvester ThomhUl A A Soott Vryburg waoas fntmhitania are sis H Bowmsi Jas G Harris Dr Jsssa Bhrnimatiam T aorofnla T OatarrbT Then Moorman Marion Bshsa Ohaa X you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm Do TOOfisei like acrcaminf lust loyal and treacherous Custer Preoinot Judges John Alexander John M Butler Clerk Llghtfoot buaaat It draias from the Blood aad sa Â¬ btforcand during the monthly sick Battle of Gleaoce W T Gregory Sheriff Merideth Drane ossp Aisyoucasilylrritakd Do Oieaeos Camp Oot si After 8 hours Progrsaaive Tickete Barney Bohlar tin ayatesa all the polBoaa aad haaaeta wbim oaoae all these troubles aad the Hudsonviilc Preoinot Judges W B Johnson John H Butler you get the blues and wish some Â¬ of continuous heavy fighting TaJaaa Jamas Mattiagly Shelby MoOraokss Peoples Ticket J T Owaa A A caose being removed a penoaaeot care bill was carried by taw Dublin SHaUbera times you were dead dork MoIL Quiggius Sheriff Fletcher Montr II yoaw answer is Yts to any and the Kings Rinse under cover of LaHaiat J H Rowland Thus Pmseott tollowa B B B thorouchly mated tor thirty yeaia aad thooaaaca etued altar Moaaial PraoiiiotJadgas John Moors Wm X Dooksry af tMS questions you should loss well erved artillery firs by the Thir Jobs Hsstoa 0 W Hammao teenth sad ajxty oisth batteries The SraasxaroBT sjo tpas m taking dootora and patsat medlciae had tailed Sfcitiff J I Qaroer Busts who threatened tkw BrrUsb raar Oltisens Tisast for Traataaa Geo W For sale by druggists at 1 net aasga baa BRAD have retired The figjht was aimost aa Payne Michael Blalss Bob H Oonn MsslBBmmmmittBmlsmslmH fjMNfcf Wall A Smith J 17L EnlIgiXW2HiKHKBmStiFXJlB TIT exact counterpart uC tins af htajuba TNMrM m imam Samuel Gilbsrt 0 0 Lewie siai jsiism iiih mmhv i FBMALS BBGVIATOR Teuton oar Wm la IL Klfc iaj fil v i She Bow hiO ecoast aba aasttloas 4 vnwwraSIRmHBJSSlHSBSmSBBBBSBBKlb4 ana asm Ism m4 prepaid to aad BrJWSm Snmss wars revsreeA wsSUa lesaaWaaa sashaf auw- tssHtha isamm Seal Sraaaaa was aavoralr but sot sm mimt Stf ttm 4v f j Sheriff Olerk 1 R Mrtortnau a j fpnmw WHpH JDOW Voyi aWlaV SRWSgmaB PfsSpaspgWfc JfjaTmsfljfT jiimsmLasflMlmu net Mik n n - I a J at sajwrtoa so Jmmmmm ivsv ml rsvjiwmiLiBmummmmteMmHma a9te gr ar savaaimTsv Clf JHYIOW TO THE NEWS j AMmea vh tA 1 mi- ii i S6 feraed and wouad4 tastad sab ww I oil MAKW I ilk NiTSVB 1 K A rSLAJi IN DVANCK raa OiiiuiB sssvLiwa ee L7V KW M H blVW is k Battle With Baadlta brir 18 aand le -- JR HARDINS VULCANIZER EXPLODES - Weddings here are besoming too com mon to mention Robert Obambllss west to Leilshield to hear Bryaa speak M W Stone and daughter Ruby at Â¬ tended the burial Saaday Ose Armstrong was a guest at Tom Butlers last Sunday Felix Ferrilof Book Vale died of tvphold pneumonia last week Miss Jennie Green is away visiting aad baa been for several months Mrs Kittle Havldsoa aad family went to the show at Louisville Saturday Miss Sallie Olemons and Ida Holder were guests of Willie Hall Sunday Mis Mary Peyton has been visiting iu Louisville for the past few weeks Sam Davidsons little baby is veiy mush improved in the past fow days Mies Sarah McCarthy of Rook Vale attended the Owensboro fair this year Aunt Marthaoolof Fordsvllle is visiting her daughter Abble of Sbreve Miss Maggie Burton and Willis Hail were guests of Miss Llllie Meador Sun-Â¬ day Mrs Mathewa and daughter Miss Krilla visited relatives in Fordsville last week Mr and Mrs John Walker of Folds villa were the guests of their parents Sunday Mrs Ohamblise and Mrs Sue Mercer were guests at W H Ohamblise Sunday uitornoon mtn ia nnaa CASE CONTINUED - - ELECTION OFFICERS Â¬ V Id Â¬ tm 4a Columbia QUaches It by WlaaiBg the Third Race New York Oet 11 Ia a breea o proeoMng the dlgaetyof a gale tbe gal- Â¬ lant sloop Columbia vanquished aha British ohalleager Shamrock by minÂ¬ utes and IS seeonda actual tame sad 8 minutes aad 34 pooondo corrected time thus completing the aeries for the Americas cup with a magnlfloesK tough weather duel aad a giorieaa Yankee victory For the eleventh time the attempt eC a foreigner to wrest from America the yachting supremacy of the world has tailed The trophy won by tbe old schooner America 48 years ago ia still ours a monumetvt to the superiorstr of Americaoship and Aiuerieaa naval architecture and a staadiBS ahattecge to the yachtsmen of ail nation Bloody Mutiny at Sea Santa Crua de Teariffe Oot The brig Juliana Sohlosser recently ar-Â¬ rived here on her way to Braxll aad reported that during her voyage aha helmamaa bad murdered the osptasa the captains wife aad the mate The Brarlllan consul aaked aaaiotanoo i the authorities and the Spaaiih crui ecer Infanta Isable sent several boat orewa to the brig They were iced upon by the brigs crew aad the ma Â¬ rines replied Anally boarding the ship Eleven seamen then Jumped overboard but were rescued by the oruieere hoata and are now imprisoned The helmsÂ¬ man committed suicide Another mur dered man was found oa board Wiped Out Ilia Family Redwood Falls Mloa Oot 19 Frank B Baboock a farmer resldlag sear this olty kMIed his wife aad three sons on his farm ia a fit of insanity Babcock loaded bis gun aad weat to where hi two little boys were playing sear the bouse and shot both of these blowing their brains out His wtfe saw the act and rushed to the bara for safety Baboock searched for aad found his wife in the bara aad snot her through the head He then walked a mile to where his eldest son waa working aad blew eat tae brain of Then he placed tbe muaala this son of the gun to his mouth aad tred killing himself iaetaaely Pay No Political Aaaeaamaats Washington Oct 19 The postmas ter general has issued a formal wars lag to all postmasters against the levying of political asaoaomeata aad simultaneously the civil service com-Â¬ mission has called attention to law governing the subject of the eemmia slona intention to enforce M This general warning ia similar to that is-Â¬ sued heretofore prior to poUtical cam Â¬ paigns aad It is understood follows complaints of apeoifle vloJetioo et law received from Ohio aad other state Deadly Race Battle Decatur AkL Oot 20 There are few dead negroes three or four weuaded and two ia Jell aa a result of a raoe war at East Decatur Tha riot was caused by a negro woman the wife of Alexander Orr insulting the wUe at Cbarles James a steamboat nsisjsnar for which Jamas severely beat tha wo mas- and waa later waylaid by a ae gro mob and Bred upoa The wcataa reauet mnamsaid retaliated wtta Alexander Orr she loader af cam as aroes baa beea arrested Perished la the Blsaaara Me Great Falls Mea Oot H mea perished la the recent great blla sard Fve bodies have beea mow ered aad It b probable that this Is aet halt tha lost The last Vedy feaad waa that of H rleroU a saeeameraer Tha sheep had eaten at his beard caetalag and part of his boots Several beads of sheep without herders hava beea wanderiag la that oountry aad poiat to many unkaowa deaths Samoaa Queattea Waaaiaatoa Oot la N aahwrnaa has beea made recently toward a set Â¬ tlement of the questions at hMe beÂ¬ tween the United sXaUa Greet Btisasa aad Genaaay relative to Samoa Be pocas to toe eCaot that the Oaitet skates has consented to arbMrete tag olaima growing out of tae rivaiusioa ary aeteanpta oa tae istaasa mat sariag are oharaotsriaad bera aa pteaaataic te - te at least MSKIaley la Oala Youagstowa O Oet If taagat MeKialey aad am eabiaet eeaeata aaada tae mat aaeesa af aia toar ta thee amy A af fsalaVj asBsmr mamta amjanB4BajBjBnmn gsarMamBaaaax ffftaaaasP Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ ytjBajmamj miat aarmnVsTematama BnJgaaaaV NERVOUS WOMEN ataad The presidents rsaaarfea ware eskeered aataaataaaaoally AX NHea O wseaesae aaay the sartssjaaa a at tha faasV to weaoh aa Msaaaalsd eVmmaajWa WiasHaastoa Oat ta Ta ajaaaaaaamat ha anaaraitil WPJtgjJ m99tjf BmytJaa naa Das Â¬ riv IEIDS P -- saataaar claim agnJnst HasO tar ansa aaaa swtma tjarvvaa oh lamawai saaat of a n arte an onnnsmbm Ta anartaatlna baa aaaa otmBnasd ay ra t n-- -2 Igsalem mm tsayiassmBsshaJBjSBJ Ho7e1s -- flK CllK fTyf J Ma Oat vtu tuhjani vt tvi at hl T nnw -- aasd saw 1it -- rrr ton la a Fsfaa fTtaat a milsum nm- hwf tsameagssj aaaMgWPPini m afTslfMiiii Vk Mi IMaiamavmaa - iihCTi saaf asjaa to wa we u aw CHaasaauv Oh LiuJLema i - - - Ijf KXJBaSU T fd - 3iU s swajpwv It - 1 MflpMt4 inteMalatBanbalMmbajea jyBjLe hrtdfsiMall fcrtHVittMaBtirnry nw eVft T ft BaUefa 84Hm asl fwiWii gata9aea4itlbaarlke the salad asoM N fasiialy aad ay one who maa hla eye WEDNESDAY OCT 35 INN down a eaeee ol the eeenpaBen of the people wUlsatWyhinMadf that in Bnr ladoahejrnsaitdky one fifth part at What Science Is the aiaM male pepeJaAte 0ad thetoMv Dolttf For The World UhoodlBoalllnfsthatha4no axiatene before the eentary began Thoa while aolenoa takes away with Hwatroytag BebwtJflce TeH But Snbeti one hand it liberally bestows with the Labor tsrtiox lNtoCMi ether bat what ft takes away are the low class occupations aad what it gives Itosrtalnly oeemsat first sight to be an the high alass eaea deaumdiag in soonomie danger tots edeoatiag of the ate telUgettee and oalttvatlaff it The an laboring man and woman to be Jar to teadsaey ia haoMmisiag good for laborera work LdMlMlNr erai Botof course it never heap sat that the tbonghte howem ever wider horison ooalheaver when thrown oat of work by and no how Iho decades that brio the the iatrodaottoa of tbe steam eraae oan flel poril m also bringing the remedy go away and get a place In one of the not hi steadily swooptag wwy til those newly created superior oalllngs He If humblest classes ol employment Hard not saoh a fool as to waste bia tins ap- Â¬ ly aajr man has bow to toll p fodders plying for an opening as an sleotrioal en with tbe hod of brisks upon his sboalder glneer Bnt there is a gradual crping Th donkey engine does the purely up that is always taking place And yet anrael part ol the work The reaper la the transfer is raoea lees effected by tbe toplaotd by the machine aad tbe promotion of individuals than by promo Â¬ ploothmea is fast rsoeedlng as the No doubt it some Â¬ tion of generations steam ptoogh makes its appearance happens that the intelligent plumWe rarely see long lines ol men laden times ber steps into the new opening for an with ooal bags running up plaka aa in eleotrioal engineer and leaves a gap ior the oldoa days The need of men to do which some one of an Interior ailing the work of faomee is steadily diminish steps into the gaps being filled in gueoooo tag It is tree that soienoe has by no ion until perhaps the riveter thrown moans eoaqoered the whole domain out of work by the introduction of hyThere is still much serubblng of draulic machinery finds a vacancy at last fioote to be dose by men aad women on and steps into it But it more frequentbeaded knees and eoal le still hewn out ly happens that the plumber eduoates with pick and aze and the use of muscle his son to be an eleotrioal engineer and with but little nee of the brain And the carter apprentices his boy to the yet even in our fertile century science plumber and the dock laborer sees his never works by revolution but only by young folk aspiring to be carters progress One domain after another Thus the general drift of the whole has gone Where are now the armies of social scale is steadily upward in propor- Â¬ water carriers and ohair portera and tion as soienoe provides intelligent occunight men and sawyers whom our grand- pation at the upper end and abolishes Imagine If those that are more or lees brutelike fathers need to require ships had still had to be moved by gal- Â¬ at the lower and so humanity as a whole ley rowers what millions would be ia the gainer There is therefore no rea doomed to a beastlike toil Some parts son to feel uneasy at a prospect of over of the big domain of unrefleetiye labor education Ninteenth Century will long be loft untouched but the process is going forward and it is clear that Yfl 1 1 oa8llt t know that when sufTer- U ing from any kidney trouble that while education is rendering the lower classes unfit for the humblest sorts of oc- a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney cupations it would be too much to Cure Guaranteed or money refunded hope that these processes should be at A B Fisher Oloverport E A Witt all times strictly proportioned to one an Hardinsbur othor But in the general drift of things The Growing Appetite for Grain they are compensatory and If we only The Department of Agricultures cirgive to science a reasonable time it will leave us none of that labor to be done cular on the grain crops of this year says that the European estimates of the which requires an uneducated laborer Then oomes the uneasy question as to worlds wheat yield for 1899 indioate an what is to become of the classes thus de- important decline from the production prived of occupation The working of 1898 The British estimates are about classes themselves often curse the pro- 100000000 bushels less than those of tbe gress of invention and are tempted to Hungarian Ministry and the Bulletin dn look upon it as no friend to their welfare IlaUtt but all agree that the crop will be There are now it is true no longer smaller than that of last year which was any machine breaking frenzies but the about 2706000000 bushels The esti- Â¬ difficulty often arises in an acute though mated diminution in yield is from 300 to silent suffering Unfortunately society 000000 400000000 bushels or roughly speaking an eighth of the crop of 1898 has always to travel to permanent good through transitory ills When an army If this estimate is accurate thero must certainly be high prices for the coming of compositors ia dismissed because year some one has invented a linotype ma- Â¬ A comparison of recent statistics with chine there is excuse for some bitterness those of ten years ago shows that the de Â¬ of feeling And yet there was a time inwhen a whole army of manuscript boob mand for all the oereal orops has creased In volume This is due partly copiers had to give way before the adto the constant growth in the worlds vent of the compositor difficulty is always evanescent population and partly to the increased But the for here too there are compensating in- use of some of the grains Preparations of oats for human food for example fluences at work For if science is abolishing occupations at the lower end have been popularized and have added of the scale she is creating new ones at considerably to the consumption of oats the top Think of the hundreds oi The world on an average calls for about thousands of men who in England are 600000000 more bushels of wheat 100 now employed in callings that had no 000000 more of rye 160000000 more of barley 300000000 more of oats and GOO existence sixty years ago the telegraph 000000 more of Indian corn than it called ers and photographers and mechanists The estimate of this of a hundred kinds In the last decade for ten years ago or two what an army of skilled men years crop points to a defioit in all these have been demanded by the invention grains which cannot be wholly supplied by the stocks on hand of the bicycle the telephone and tht France is surpassed only by the United electric lightl As oompared with the be States aad Russia in the quantity of gtaing of the century think of the long array of marine and locomotive engineers wheat produced and yet France imports the chemists the journalists the drau- a great amount of grain The reason is ghtsman tbe teachers the postmen rail- beoaoee France is the largest oonsumer way porters and tram conductors What per capita each Inhabitant eating about a multitude of callings are there which 700 Ids of wheat a ytaf while the rats are either new or else newly stocked so of consumption in Great Britain and the United States is only about half as much England has to import about two thirds rlM atH 4Lv TJ AmM aaWWf tlBM fcaf of tbe wheat she requires and she takes more than half of It in flour from our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rtaroaayajaajpajpajjf ll wmWtiMieKmF- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kaenjs aoaaly bo reeaatiy two new Moak traabeia one of- - which weighs lt000 pooas Each of these OToahen east 9860 and thev have a daily The old meeting hoaa kaowa by the Capacity of 100 preb at an xpnse of ol Newhope la abont two snllea about a flat Ordinarily whrn Ibe aertheoot of Lodiborg It was organised rook la beaten by hand it costs from 26 by William Long la 1838 as a Oeasber to 86 ante per perch laad Presbyterian ehnuroh aad was re ohrieteaod friendship For eooMUme WlntSfetHWeDo little progress seemed to be made A sottooe aad deegerene dli In 1844 It was reorganised by Joshes Bartan by an order ol the soaatoo which valla In thte oountry dangerous boenae Ileomesoaaolly yet was oompoeed of Allen Robertson Stltb so deceptive Parka Edward Payne Joabaa Barton sorely that it la often firmly seated bo moderator and J P Beanobatnp olerk fore we are aware oflt The same of tbla dlreana which may Tbs name of the ohareh was ehaaged again to Newhope and about 76 or 80 be divided into three distinct stages is names were enrolled as members This First Kidney trouble indicated by pain ia truly the mother of the Ollftoa ehureh in the back rheamatlam lumbago freÂ¬ which was organised in the year 187S quent dfoire to nrlnate often with a 74 by Rev Jus Vinson A few names bumlDf seaeattON the flow of urine be Â¬ were transferred from the Newbops ing eopioae or aaaat with strong odor If allowed to ad vanes this reaches tbe book and the church now claims about Seeoad stage or Bladder trouble with 160 names beaded by G W St Olalr heavy pain in the abdomen low down Ibe ehureh realises the loss of staunch member aad the olerk of tbe between the navel and water session in the death ef 8 Or Parks He laoreasing desire to urinate with was almost the main stay of the ebareh ing seneattoa in passing small quantities and we oan only hope aad pray that we being passed with dlffloalty somettaws may be maintained aad sustained with- Â¬ aeoessary to draw it with Instruments If arte add or gravel has formed it will out him prove daagerous if necleeted away with politic If we oould do The Third stage Is Brigbts Disease strife and tbe emigration fever would There is oomfort In knowing that Dr die out and if more heed would be given to the writings of the Seared Book we Kilmer tbe great kidney and bladder would grow stronger God Is not the specialist has discovered a Remedy fam Â¬ ous for its marvelous cures of the most author of confusion When you draw your letters of dis Â¬ distrsesing eases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mission from a church without having mers Swamp Root It is sold bv all any good reasons for so doing you sre druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of taking an awkward step toward seeking this great discovery Swamp Root a saw Peace be with you If sanotlfleation it be possible as much aa lleth in you pie bottle and book of valuable Interim tion will t e sent absolutely free by mall live peaceably with all men on application to Dr Kilmer le Co N Y When writing Use Dr Balls Ossgh Syrup at esse fsr Binghamton It bat tood thfl HK and H kindly mention that you read this liber- Â¬ breiMMU aad STrippe iMMltlYdr a reilitbla remedy Life li toeibort to experiment with now to MUoa Mrc ewMr al offer In the Brsckbmridok News Bulli Cough Syrup cotU bat as cts OF aESaLsr sfnawUvrBMaAu HAEDlHrSBlTRtl BEARD President WILL IJILLEB VtovPresldvnt M H BEARD Caaiiir f4 B F ill aflasaMliaPiiaiaua From a lllartflo tunra whlnh r rnm aaaototTKpii70iaan rotTii aorniiaoff iw awpa Maa ifMi ii n ornsiawitwi aak MiMaM aaHaanfcoiDilT eortd aialaflUMhMwid aaairabrhi aWponada una- - W BEARD TATWtikatir u nanT Amt m offwU MtMaiStaAro swosiwf MORRIS EBKRIDGE V DIRECTOR J R af JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON anr TINt DEPOSITS aiiVfc mt omW tnak aaaM i Ottw riMli wrtMvkwaM rWM mi a im a wvwJaPs 1 raav vopptsa l VWfBBOl fMWSna aroroak - bjoww ataaaaaaaaat TavuJ vaa tfaf wa VwvaA aaaoaeila nanini i an t flitiiMiiaMa rMuhf ani I a aril m aaa Ofiav aaMii ahM awv o nami mi uman Ww oi aHavBaavavavavavavavavFavavaHaaa T D Rent row WMHknM HMnltd Hoa MaatM oflfc SUErQ iamat lntraviW nttd raiu navA urnrabbar DolM MM iMdM Aonr ol aaw the tU wiuoawom mM wt Mh Utm- - DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work ASPwoiAurr OrFIOK OVMK h httM aVMinrlknl alatad pwll fnunttakimt ti trwt lamtara tataia nmmt n anrmUk trm MIM- BamHSMamaWSMaaHaamamaWaamamamamal mi mt ii mi mm ta r BUaaaaTT KB ifTEARB avavaaavaTBavaaaaSavavavaUBVBavBal JUaai lb IgOHaaavavaaSavalavaWaHMaHamal taw awinna HaatailS Taar ninniM br Moa ol wSlajr ay part girm on ka Try If oaa otoata and I taraSna a Mill ollaitf hym EiTaBUtHEO URRILIA ttUrr r aa aa yvar anaaasraaatn aaanai awaaaBBMrofWM anal SaaLMOaaVaaia ainaaa aaibaam Bank ocmpj mtn oaana at pwpla la oar Siaaaaraa aaariy yoaaia aotavrfcaM ZUxLPS SyairaCTailf wUI to MM Ml ii oSSkb XI of Stm araiat mwmT MaaWMJ tatakaaaa ai nia iilat SSiZ lVri t n tk aaaraa or aar ralbSw kaaaaa asaav n aai ruaaa i nii liUOK A OOTtlas NMsa tutHHtm aaS WojaiM an OHIOAQO IU twWW usWWraaArppVA HtstiN Willis CoYJrtw Store OLOVERPORT KT Offlae in Rear of Moorman Drag Store X WANTED 300000 Ft0ak Poplar Lumber LUMBER TE R MS ADDRB99 Owens SPOT CASH GARY Dr J L XaOXAH wwvwvwwvwyvvMVW MARBLE OWKNSBOKO wvwwwwwiwwi www wwy KY Dentiit Guarantees satisfaction ia all kinds of Dental work CLOVBftrW KY Â¬ Â¬ The Farm Journal is ohoke full of gumption and has the largest oiroulatlon It is of any farm paper in the world We offer it for a short good everywhere time as a prize to advance paying sub- Â¬ scribers to the Brbckbnridok Nxws a year ahead and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 1902 and 1903 nearly five years all for the price ol our paper alone Â¬ PELLVILL ABnlyxtttK HIeetrle Spark Tho electrir spark Is not as simple as It appears A German electrician hag found that each spark is preceded by several brush discharges from both noise each successive brush extending farther out Â¬ ward until the gap is bridged and the spark passes The spark discharge s complex being made up of several par-Â¬ tial dischargee of which the first is strongest The preliminary brush dis- Â¬ charges usually appear 88 appendages of the spark and as they are seen in light- Â¬ ning photographs it Is probable that lightning is preceded by pilot brush rfk ohargee J H Hunsohe THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG First Term of The TAILOR Will be in Clover KY lve Months Begins September 4 1899 port on the 2d and 4th Friday1 of every month Inatruotora Plaetioal thorough and enthuaiaaUo men No aohool in this aeotion of the State offexa and women Buparier mdoxjeaenta COURSE Priasary 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN NO CURE NO PAY TIIE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Dri K k K trill poal- UTtiy aura ro rarer any lorm 01 wood or fiiual diMAM It U lh ratult of 30 aarr exporianoe In Mm treatment of hate diMUM 4T -- WE CURE SYPHILIS This Urrlbl Blood PoUoa th terror ef uuikind lUi raadlly to our Stiff TKKATMKNT Bware of Heronry Potato etc They may rain your antea If y oa hare eorei in tee month or petal in us Joinu tor tnroet hair or eyebrow fallinr out plmblei rblotoW etonactt domnccaiMit tore or aebe tic you have the leooDua at tall Hlool PoImii W MlUrit tea I r ri mow nbeunata oimi anil omiiooso lae world urtMHm aooaDt for treatment end oeaeot our hy oar treatment the I uleori heal the hair growl train palni aiBauixar tbe Kin Maomoa neaita ana IV terrUce ii poeaibla aad ml CURES GUARANTEED ntnf ttlPOTENCY SECURE to fMnaTly no wra fai moom No Tbonaud of yMf and mlddlo agod w Mr tktfar yMW and Titalit- - aapaad I by cany aonaM laior oamiMi menial to Wo attM u auiH oar Mow JUtbod TratantU UM r M 5 Western mills As the largest grower of cereals our oountry has lessons to learn from the rapid increase in the demand for all those grains which we are preeminently able to produoe It is a noticeable fast that the two oouutries wbiob export tbe most wheat raise a good deal less to the acre than some of the importing oouu tries Our average production to the acre is twelve to thirteen bushels that of Russia is ten bushels while England raises about twenty eight bushels on land that is not so fertile as ours We need better methods of tillage and one indication that they are coming into use k the fact that the era of vast wheat farms in the West is passing away With small homesteads better tillage will be possible and more abandnt orops New York Sun Will be harvested -- nm A b rofuro Ml iarU a normal conuiMen Ambition Ufa and asmr araro- - V Ji wad aad on - aawacnMo matur want all you 0OBiIt ui oonDdntlallyk Wo oan fu sank bund to irnaiVntat to aoaoa tan pUan vbat olalm fu rfTj oat u tnataa inai nll iwm oar wotdw CURED iffn 250000 Woitrau lBi iNT t The Farm Journal is eheap bui not too Is Bene cheap to be good it is full of ginger and fraud eW f laHs for maartyraa aad aMM la lntjh Md yaari gumption and has as many other good danji TlBr it it witnomt doabt SbsbMt things in It that you ean ase as any pa at It nlwayt cmt All per at any prioe It will be seat for the JtwhUm Mint braSoS balance of 1890 and all of 1900 1901 Tho Farm Journal has nearly two 1902 and 1908 nearly five yeasa to subÂ¬ scribers of tbe BaaoKBKBuei Nxws who million readers each leaua It ia potting lu a mow press that mill print BM ooples pay one year ia advaaoa a minute it la tho best farm paper la Dr Bells eoeablaed Amattoe aad It pleases the vomea folks now aad valaaole wdteinl aejoaolas all to pisais We have made a epsjlal It advanoes a new theory In the treat Â¬ arranfament by whioh we are able to ment of eottgbs ooUs long aad bran send tha Farm Journal lor the nalaaos ehial aflaetioas It ewes aad eases of ISM and all of 1900 1001 190S and quiokly It rifaids immediate relief to BMW aearly tve yearn to aU sahasribejt who pays eonatimptUea aad aaay who ware of tho BanrarnnaMiaa thought to haw inasaiption have eooa year in sored by ita ase faj Tiata Piaa-Tar-Hoa- Miley Long went to Fordaville Thurs day Rev J D Hooker moved to Forda- Â¬ S ville last week Sm Bruner who has been sick for eight weeks is improving Hvery thing thats geeln Clay and Drury Moseley went to Whitesville Wednesday Misses Alice and Ida Jett went to DO JfOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Oweneboro Saturday Ben Lot Republican candidate for the Legislature upoke here Thursday night Varniofaerl by O W Downs and family of Kirk GEORGE H visited relatives hsre returning last Do you want an article that JawlrTrMl Jaimranae week BRANDKKBURQ KHtNTUOKTr Jordan Short and wife of SooUsville you cannot got in your own town visited her parents Mr and Mrs Thoa but is handled by a big oonoern in MALARIA ANTIDOTE Jett last week drop- - a letter bo Claud Downs and his pretty sister Louisville Mist Maude of Kirk visited their aunt stating your needs to Mrs Alice Moseley recently SPLBKDIO QENHRAL TONIC Alfred Thruston wife and son of Thruston visited Adams Hawes and MISS ADDIE G DITTO NOTE Tbe Kew formaia ia Tory palÂ¬ wife Thursday and Friday atable and mero eSeetiye than Qafnine Purchasing Aseirt About half the tobacco has been Bold here from 7 down to 6 Some goes to 19 19 Brook Street II Rim Down iPlajwd Out Oloverport and some to Oweneboro just wkat you rremoies The school here under the care of Prof LmlsirllJBKy Strengtliens M 0 Jolly and Miss Ida Simpscn Is F irttor aooond dos said to be about the best so far ever I taught here The teachers and scholars She will gladly furnish you Rppear to be in earnest i Better than Quinine booaueo it with all information and aaaiai you negttlaMiIiroraitd bowela Invlr Mort Moseley returned from Curds orStwstho rhoioayatm ville last week where he bad been at the in buying bedside of his son who has typhoid fever Ik will do tbe work no alter rtaarn-aioa-Habnastng ears or dps la ess He reports his son improving and sent OSMattw- hie brother Biondown to stay with him GBRTAIM ClrUB until he is able to resume teaching Orlalaalai For Ohilla and Majaria ioveni toanuUed iI Mil DtuuM fcr Ca The little fellow who writes from Kirk aSft5afeStS1rK ATRtXIOIT Little Democrat should be given over TlmlltMmi AlDiaaM r na 4a Hon plenty of space In the Nxws for he Is aeospt aaSabsittata Dont U iiiih fcr jntijfMn uiHanrtili u rrn Kuriar i ma-the best writer we ever read from It is lsr jp inn in iinratiinii i 100 Bottles flkUbMlu rTLMltaTtt aftatiTTf irniri sueh a oomfort to turn from such oorres I Vr aU SraaitoU JTmba pondents aa Mrs Hattle Grlnnell and ROBINSON PETTBT all the other correspondents of the Nsws When we and read Little Democrat LfaiSVHXB XY read blm we just lis down and roll ever laugh We show his letters to our and Ooausaar fUtarr neighbors and tbey laugh too It may be that other readers of tbe Nnwe have overlooked them If you have dear reader hunt up the book numbers and read and forget your troubles for they are bo funnv I notice in last weeks eSa 009ea MataSajaw avVVWell edition from Kirk where Little DenW actually says he was one of the la tiMTwHa-A-Waerat GMBjajMjMajaajktaa Now that la any otaarpapar aallaVif lath U oaaH aai oommittee on arrangements little item itself Is worth the priee paid Ths TwiCEA WaaK antoeaNaibtka Auaakngaaja in aaw aesavaaj aaj ef naay aaiUai aa4 for the Naws He is so awful funny paaata n anau G Now dear readers of the Naws do read auer aon pood claw Little Democrat hereafter aad letna taas walanJar aaa Sa M RYAN Maater W Ai VUHO Xga aaLaJBagaaa trntr itaaaaau tW w rasjaas not let saoh authors pass through life rrratto TAJLLOQX unnoticed while we read Hugo Diekens COURlKRJQCmKAL CO mry Kippllng and others lesser lights 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Hews WALKER A BOARD DBfTISTS drown Bridge and Plato Work ALL fiend 260 to the thflart Kltlttl OP FILLING Nsws and get a ami tlit Naws fro of ohargo for r BaKcKKNKiuaic 4OCUMj 112 1 Cb4aaaS Bible n rt UARDIIVhHUKG KY fHdSHSca mn jjajBiifciiA fea Vrf - J known as to family Intelligence merit refinement and are placed exactly whert they belong without wearirg an Crown We need tnU ruin no rad leal ideas on social problem We make our own position snd to Inok lown nror a worthy individual is a urBf iiummV BY MMA HATTIE ORINNELL because his birth is toot quel n aim r but the experience of a hall ivihm has not shakn this sublime 7 f We all naturally seek coujcntal mlua aontrtarnstat Ms bsn wonderful overshadowing That omnipr a an intelligent person mao be greatl la in ililtVult to ov nhrow after on allow pcotjlem tlie Wnnmn Question bored by one less favored bat to snub ynntnK inii II rtual tluwla not only in ed to enter k p t is simply to go back to feudalism whm ts country tint Abroad Mrs Sclirelnnr t t serfs were known and who were de adctp fauwun Mouth African writer and Dr Antonio Peres a Otbaa makes or soloed by lords Both were really fact ow think r who has gitea many yam of comprehensive thoaght to tba saojeet has made aa earnest pie for IndependÂ¬ in a row social state A true lady a true ence He olaims I believe that the gentleman needs no forerunner to pro of womankind will have aa artiele en Po partisans of Annexation are worthy slain his or her descent or lineage tlUed Tba Woman Question is two ito Spanish residents and llleaess a refined mind a good gener etallaients for Novesnber nod Daoaanbar American and Cosmopolitan whtou will create a world that the native Cubans declare for one heart a genuine Christian character Try LION COFFEE and you will never use Accept no Tba complete self government wide intaraat and disoaseton I notlw whose thoughts and aottonsare unselBsb any other It is absolutely pur hoWe much lor my that a change in public sentiment and who with noble acceptance share Twentieth Oentarr on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs Coffee and nothing but Coffee bas come about in the last few months llfes responsibilities Is the one at the last aax I wish I wara voting It seees who wears the Imperial Crown here to Cubas future govern fanny now bat it is nevsrthsless true with regard that onoa men Uaght school and woman ment A year and a half aejo the Amer Â¬ aad la eternity SJeaulne Raby getting These articles mailed FRBB in Fancy Qold Ring did not Teacher was a masculine ican press was almost unanimous In call Â¬ CCeld Ring A Short Sad Stsry Ports exchange lion heads cut from noon now it stands nine to one at ing for Ouban Independence There Is Per 28 Hen head now If we observe ths tide a strong A Cold moat 16 to 1 in soma places feminine heads and LION COFFEE pkgs -current 3 cest 3 eent opinion In favor of annex of Neglect Doctor no longer eon in America tamp ftaap ation Let Ouba alone 1 say She will Pneumonia Toys instant aaanranaa o masculinity Silk Umbrella either Ladys or dents Orlef the aaaantial activities ol organised cone to as of her own accord after Tbeie rings are genuine rolled gold plate hsrlng the exact quauHM oi loua oijiuiw ww lftrt two yean vrltfisota ssa guaranteeaHew oj Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used society are human and neither male awhile Annexation would surely bring ttie maken to ordinary UMge Sent by txpnts nor female We have at this day a new with it social disturbances Ouba Is sot this story would have had a happier vtwiui kuu rery popular cmrzM pre conception of work and a proper recog another Hawaii whloh was easy enough ending A It Ftsher Oloverport B A paMTJerl7e UD To Setemlat the SlM 3 enttMap nition of work especially by woman will to dethrone Cubas sanitary condition Witt Hardlnsburg Is of deep concern to us as it is so near oarryos fact and far out of dlfficaltiee Cut a strip of thick paper so that the ends will A very fine umbrella made of union llk tffta our coast line I notice lately that many The Citys Tribute exactly meet when drawn UghUv around second 36 Inoh frame with wen rlbj atel rod and illver Joint of the finger Lay one end on this diagram prominent business men connected with Mr Richard LeGaltlenne has a new STRENGTH PURITY AND The greatest displayof the many made Congo handle Would oot J200 at the tore at tbe 0 and order the number the other end in- Â¬ the Cuban trade and who have been book Young Lives inaicates It cannot noest in honor of Deweys return to his native bly have the sensational qualities of his terviewed are in fayor of annexation country after his wonderful success in Dress PJn Set Knickerbocker Watch I Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs Art Picture Easter The Quest of the tf olden girl I shall but they are opposed to forcing the situ the Philippines was the Triumphal ruled free for t8 aiven for 175 lien its oharm and sweetness believe that our military occu never forget Two extra fine ation I dreetlng Hon head and a 2 Aroh in the design and structure of heads and a 2 cent cambric hand- Â¬ cent itMip Three pation of thn island is a source of eon- - which New York achieved as brilliant a stamp Meat appeart t Given for 8 kerchiefs with pine in the let larger ing and an excellent Hon heads cut beautiful 1 m England and these United States are slant irritation totbe natives who no triumph in its way as the viotory it Is than shown com time keeper Solid from Don Co- Â¬ lace me poed of fine rolled Sorted nickel silver case with ffee wrappers Insert- Â¬ gold with bandtome Hteftfrsid of Russia and France admit Â¬ doubt consider it a tyranny Now I am meant to commemorate We are In re- Â¬ ornamental back and a 2 cent ions In the corruby colored et ting that they do combine against them not a statesman but I have an opinion ceipt of a dainty little pamphlet from Nickel movements stamp ners Half Inch tingi Suitable or escapement fully hem machine wakt plni cuff pins A highly and it is tbfce We should carry out oar Durelle Falrleigh who is attending a Bosnias nayal credit for 1900 baa sensed The famous Jeweled hemstitched neck pins or as a artistic picture Knickerbocker great surprise in naval circles however promise we should take our troops out military school near Philadelphia giving stylish and dur-Â¬ childs set that win grace watch able A pair of the finest drawing-It seems that the aim of that govern Â¬ of Cuba and leave the people to govern a fall discriptlon of this splendid tribute these handker room The 5ash BeIt and Buckle chiefs given for 18 lion heads eat from background ol ment is to greatly Increase her sea themselves until such time as they pre- Â¬ to Americas greatest Admiral Ladles Watch Chain Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp royal dark blue power Still there are others that are fer annexation This Cuban question A double strand of best silk cord united furnishes a n Paris has her triumphal arch London at Intervals with colored beads neat and appropriate increasing along the same line If yon overshadows in gravity the Philippine has perpetuated Nelsons memory in a Per 15 Hen heads and a substantial contrast to the Mention your 2 cent stamp Childrens Picture Book problem We made no promise to the fine column and Berlin please little girl and waist measure has honored her her white EastÂ¬ wfcea sanding latter and we want to carry out the warrior king in a magnificent equestrian t t er lilies Blze Gents aiven for 10 Has SB 11x38 inches Mr Burton inaugurated a Carnival or agreement of the Protocol heads and a 2 cent statue New Siork has likewise done Watch For 10 lion heads fsfllll stamp Sixteen t t Brandenburg a ealiuo one which came and 1 eents we large pages of Mohonor to her greatest heroin this mag- Â¬ flailed tree for 90 will send It tinned ready for hanging Expression is far greater than impres ther Goose Melodies off last Saturday night at the Normal Hon heads and a nificent aroh whloh may become perma Illustrated and with 2 cent stamp The on For Irsanoe when the Sbah ol tarnished building The community nicely lithographed Mailed free tor 15 lion heads rat from celebrated Inger nent if the patriotism of the people will Flower Picture Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp cover We have Persia gesed in amassment at English soil watch stem the sapper which was fit for an epicure Latest style of Imported block Swiss gros- different books so it so The work on the Dewey Aroh was wound and stem you can get an asirrain ribbon twltlnr ntvllnh Imltallnn set durable nickel The girls of the Normal deserve great adiss and gentlsmen dancing he said done by the finest artists and was given sortment oxidised silver buckle neat strong and plated case each Can they not hire persons to do it for credit for the pretty table and the Â¬ watch accompangratuitously to the city It Is estimated ied by guarantee He of course thought to look hem serving The crowd assembled late as to represent in labor 360 000 of the maker A re- Â¬ Sliver Napkin Ring liable time keeper usual for this place and spent a mosi it dancing was more pleasurable than to Century Cook Book Ports lion heads and a pieaeantievenint in conversation About lance 2 cent stamp Neat and It Hits the Spet Ladles Pocket Book substantial Made of dur Â¬ twenty dollars nit the coffer which will able metal heavily silver 868 pages of valuThe Educational Column in the When Buffering from a severe cold and for 8 lion Read and a 2C stamp go towards improving the building Ev plated Two different able cooking re- nlA Jumnaimt latest shape Black American Beauty Boses and patterns Meade Messenger is quite aa addition to your throat and lungs feel sore take a ceipts also treatise seal grain leather Bixe 11x24 Inches Bright eryone in this town should feel interest on the labor of the with five separate and arUsuo coloring n already good oounty paper The dose of Foleys g I Honey and Tar kltohen dlnlng managed neat college dlvtsionslnoluding ed in a well Nft Coin Purse roomlaundrv sioka tuck pocket with teachers should avail themselves of the when the sore l laees will be at room and remedies I The Dancing Lesson flap to hold visiting For 15 Hon heads and tpportonlty to give educational lor the more comonce relievedJ mmt Brandenburg Normal has a fine library cards secure warm great 2 cent stamp Color mon diseases Given for 25 Hon dark brown Hade of ideas to pupils who should be re Â¬ ful feeling and healing of This year attention will be given to the aiven fori a Heal heads from Lion fine kid leather cham the parts af Â¬ heads and a2 cesti Coffee wrappers ois lining niokeled of and quired to read the articles at school the building improvement fected will be experienced and you will stamp and a 2c stamp strong snap- irame witn t t Already Mr Barton bee bad ground iastening The Christian people and the Moham Â¬ say It feels so good It hits the spot Table Cover the pupils lay a good walk Window It is guaranteed A K Fisher Clover- Ladles Pen Knife hades nave been added by the trustees medans are alike in the central concept port E A Witt Hardlnebarg Durable Boys Pocket Knlfe of Christian ethics To return good for dark Por5 Uoa hHtd mt rom A fence will be on the program and Lion Come wrapper and a 2c colored dvil was preached on all occasions The1 Easy stamp I targe size good mamaterial vines and trees will be set out This k OUR SCHOOLS Opener terial handles nicely decorated that will wonder If the Mohammedans carried it strong sharp and assorted colors move in the right direction stand blade washing out as beautifully as the Christians ol The President fa hie Speech The green BTAttf unri tooA tho 1ltt1 J red wood at Duluth 82 Inches brown kitten and thn drl unnur whlto be nineteenth oeutury handle Hal Hal Bnunrp dress form a pleasing combination of colAnd so the Transvaal war is on Well including fancy fringed border Mailed Commands Education aRd on Site 15x21 inches nailed free for Per 12 Hon head and a 2c stamp wfflTWPsJfcWWWilBBwawv we might ai Well get ready for wild Another precept ef the Koran was t free for 25 lion heads and a 3c stamp 8 Hon head aad a 2 cent stamp Character Think only of what is good for each stories of all description consider not the wrong that has been THE ABOVB ARB ONLY A PflW OP THB UON COPPBB PREMIUMS Another Hst will My welcome to Duluth has been Mr Barton lectures his pupils for fail- done thee pardon others readily and do Shortly appear la this paper I Dont miss It I The grandest lUt of presahMM ever offered I Yes when the world does unique and most gracious Greeted at iWhea writing for premium send yoar letter In the same envelope ing to read a dally paper Well I bad good to all package with the Hon heads by the people of your city Jnst as soon be In Kamchatka or Alaska this then the millennium will reiga I the station You always knew UON COPPBB by the wrapper save postage by trimming down the margin Ask year grocer for large It I a Mated packÂ¬ and vicinity escorted by my oomradee of Illustrated premium list Address all letter to the age with the lions head la front It Is absolutely pare If the package so not to see a daily Id rather for There are people in this old world that UON COPPBB I roasted the day It leave the factory f s unbroken Current Topics would be whales Ice have magnanimity and charity but they the Civil War oa the right and left led WOOLSON SPfGE CO Tolmdo Ohio by the young soldiers of the Spanish Where ignorance is are line angels visits and you know how now and fine fare War and then the final crowning con Â¬ bliss applies here as well as there per they are summation of it all the welcome of the t t I notice la much of our literature and school children of the city of Duluth around and about this beautiful temple There is a society in New York termed in the opinion of many of our sticklers Men are excluded for etiquette the Study of Life New stock of We are leaders in soda distinction or of learning open to all rich and poor All we have fromthe ordinary meetings Dr M A family pridethat there Is a social griev Â¬ alike Great applause Stewart female M D read a strong ance that a broader more Democratic seen about us this morning typify aad paper at the last meeting on Heredity regime exists today I presume such illustrate ths Government of the United People who make their pur- Â¬ The dissertation is individuals would love to transport as to States It rests in the hearts and con and Eegeneration chases here We are endeav- Â¬ very abstruoe and no doubt her audience a land where there are Ministers of the sciences of the people It is defended Dont fail to look at our stock be- Â¬ Cannelions Leading Tailor officials of Lord Chamber- Â¬ whenever It is assailed by Its eHisen oring to show the largest line T ust was pouted at times to know just what Crown fore buying Our prices will received uaii ana iook at the doctor meant bat anyhow they apÂ¬ lains throne rooms peers digaitaries soldiers and it furnishes education free surprise you in the county this fall tnem to all the young that they may take a p etc Promiscuous entertainments are plauded like men at a political caucus on themselves the great trust of carry Â¬ and all agreed that the paper was a bril also deplored when the branches of Virginia trees brush up and touch ing forward without abatement of vigor iant one She la oat spoken in saying of government Enthusiastic Man can not be regenerated as laws now limbs and rustle among leaves that have this fabric XfSwlSMXfXfMffXSwCi SgXaXSXMHMK No picture more beautiful hard nn ths TsvrAa nl not fallen from our mother oak applause PuUv was ever presented to human vision than ion We will all agree wW so Again I would suggest that we should the one we see before us today Con Â¬ Dr only attend receptions at Buckingham other member who arose to say The schools of our palace when one could courtesy low tinued applause art has taken a most depressing before her majestys band aad Ides it in oountry lie at the very foundation of our Of situation Man is no oppressor view woman is not a victim I want to add the royal fashion aad when ones lineal lnetitutloae They are the very citadel society I should descent from Pocahontas or Patrick of our power They constitute ths cor aAd if I were in that nerstone ol our safety and security bJbm that there is only one basis for man Henry oould be proven one would have Every boy and every girl in the United tad woman to meet upon equality as far the traditional right perhaps to a kiss States can have an education without and sympathy go Girls from the Queen oa the aback or fore aa intellect should choose husbands bat from one bead by way of acknowledgment I money and without price They oaa i fettdpoint spiritual affinity or love would term all this aad so should all have aa education that equips them for every duty of life and I want you young fleeting flammerioa f Qim ought to marry not for a home true Americans people while you have aa opportunity dress but the man she love and lam willing for the renowned court of saSmnnW willing to die If ninsssa James to enjoy a greater degree e to draw deeply frote this fountain of St whom she iCBiiglBilligSiiiiBiliBBMiigBlillBiil you get older there Vo man ever Inspired such a feeling prestige on both sides of the AOaaJto learning for when heart of woman If he was not wor- - than any other court in the world and is less time for the pursuit of knowledge rntaaaaaaaaaVi busy rushing life Fill iUBnaaaaaamnlflBnL MH I dont think we need laws did we but know alt the Ins aad oats la ear wMjb useful knowledge aad I your see mlads nay kad la this old world of oars to- - Bomatfaiax shoddy would be discover See our specialties in YOU afjwb as me law ox love in any ed There is a certain amount oi par Â¬ you an filling your mtlc hearts brimful of patriotism as you bold the flag of your as Smarts VBwni Hie is name a away we win venu atmosphere about A standing invitation to make In your bands Enthusiastic to this conclusion Divorces often as In our own Bepublica excluÂ¬ our store your headquarters VisaaaaaaaaaaaaBnaw I oaaaot imaeioe why ead are more numerous at this age sive circles Side by aide with education must be Highest market prioe paid aav before because girls pat mar meeting people of inferior birth in say social or oourt circles should make us ohsiaeter Do not forget thai There is en a false basis for Produoe nothing la this world that lasts so long and ftanta TPnpninnlnar flnnos X i We cannot be undersold N B WOOD A M M D FrsslHsat Mr Bryan preached against expansion feel like we should wear an Imperial or wears so well aa good character and it in order to be recognised as Sergkal hutitito withdraw our Ameri- Â¬ diadem Itakal and a demand to Is something everybody can hays It is yevevmavm LaSaifrA nu Ohtoaso tu can troops and the reduction of our superor An entree into the best Ameri Â¬ just as easy to get into too habit of doing Z gaUbllanrt tn CaJaao over twenty ye can sooiatv now Is often not the worth Amv to 86000 while on his Kentucky good as it la to get into the habit of doing atasyaUurty sharteasS and not at Win BrtocaHiijaoAT We have been expansionists too of an individual but ol his pocket book I evil With education and integrity ev Â¬ raU7 pW a aWEHTsTllltnlenlr attstt amies tsUahl leeeee Pressed Standing Seam that any young man or any young ausjatataiea at re 2 and an see mr tor a boy orator to dictate to as think Ytf ate oisy iiATyVS woman who has risen in the world by ery avenue of honor every door of use sssrsl Msalsal laaSltnt bathe US Wy is ola state oi ours supported one Corruftted vour klrk fulness every pathway of fame and favor irhalenNMas for Patten wUkfaUlM fair if luohaa Kroaaa boar at Thomas Jefferson In this policy of terri his or her own merits who is educated are open to all ol you I thank you more fa any inaeniy X Kay sJaraSilsal Ready Y Crimp wUl oIum ub suitor HM aad If she had not perÂ¬ refined and courteous no matter If barÂ¬ than I can flod words to express for this torial expansion mu1 jou tliU ooat b usraa C o all ease wknam diagnosis as riers as to birth do exist he or she D Hooflnc haps Nebraska would not have been a VOW Roll Cap iilnillnn m1 If Wrtea tmr fn Book ess Daforaaltsea and be accepted upon auob as a diplo- Â¬ warm generous heartfelt welcome not saetbr ina ofllo umI aad loan moat f9ab Mat Ourvatnr of am aptae alar on our Hag Kentucky waaiu the should the Tarred Felt a raumwu4 to me not to the Chief Executive of tbe Bute v-wtaBBBBBBBBBBBBBW respectability and of social ua erar lTiMKZ lu Ml Bmanhllts Catarrh Cancer Twain ti ful qual to Kay euat jroaor Mara war with Mexico and atill thine as she ma of perfect BnnnrVannnnnaF aanW 4 7 Â¬ Vrra- r id ai bar and status not only here but is England and nation but to tbe nation llaslf as em raralyal BtteBy KMaay WaSaf Sheathinf Paper gTMafananar MWnajMAZ for did then that Ue territorial aoqnieiVon bodying your love your faith aad purSteel Ctp right Mr Bryan ie not as consisV in every oapital of continental Europe pose Operation Beat Roof Paints teall Enthusiastic aad prolonged an am as great a stickler for etiquette as raaaatUe for th taeaful taut as one could wuli for he wishes the Wijgi5jjjjj New York Sun phtuse Roof Cement aad nv of all Oaanura o Caronle PssaniSil llr rvtcf plaidT aula atrproor FUlpiuod to have eel government he My one without the existence of it we Wa aaaalntoty gnaraataa to L tad r sink in the social seals but I uiuU for kMh nk eaa at War a DeMltfty ws how unfit they are to demand it natnr4l7 iirf inl1 iTir oard Mnii 1 frightful lluader Er a vr wir uwr kuuM I fn nltlne fvaan ahaaeti aikd Indlauaattoa ofh insists that fell ok ajats shall am opaofsd to posssssiug a spirit that cCrtk ttmmU el W- - naaklntoaan up ToaSh and Maajhwwli nprauurrhaa Hnia d1 BU1W nl Will oftea cause a horrible Burn Scald refrains wont restoring lawn of ttiquette Ooebol TOk alsrht loam aiui vlaai drain utd Otrooa t f SMe lu M- - wrtw tvt w aTvl rC 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Dru- - y J rfui t iliji ili I ti tveitij Ui i tiieU iHTi l i vinil altnii i Mitjtttg rtonk ui Ul tjaHl nis i i t iiv-W w Hi i t UBIjlMll f ftUlCK Pi pK at i iia tfseiilju K4ii Uv n a i UJi CURRENT TOPICS inl lr hn-r-l- i 1 Insist Used in Millions of Homes substitute Best Coffee for the Money under- for front ofx lb jmk Â¬ mm m Â¬ - FLV0r Â¬ w m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Silll up-to-a- te Ja W1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IMPORTAHT NOTICE ee9eee9ejee AJKIRST awevByeyBysysv CLOTHING PROUD OF IT 1 Dry Goods j WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED JKstflmaaV Our Prices Are the Lowest on JOLLY All Goods Come jp See IRVINGTON Our Stock I I I I I I i i a1 Fancy I CI KY HAVE i I I i i i i i i teoeoeeeeeeee Boots and Shoes Hat and Cape Groceries Hardware Tinware and Glassware salatHLfaia mnanaflsmnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV NOTIONS 27 Qkan ati S tjrirs Â¬ jWrtrl- Â¬ -- rsKJa nraoffiBrSs5 MaSa xmmiKm saJH jjgl VSjY ix J S3 JF f Vrtla HEALTH r 1 it vetaeaofelBfNatl ljLl I MVJim 9 llt ty s l Jii 4 M 1 i I - iiMitl I aflfsfti ili jinA fi mi AiifcKw hLiiJMt - isnfsrS B1H t 3 3 Tffl W Zr Breckenridge News 1809 W --Wmrn BRANDENBURG Mlaa MJ WKDKKSDAY OOT 86 Vlratata Rbodee aae returned fraaaviattto Loaterille BeM Lewis mm ImI week In LmmtIIm sad l at home aeeJn Mm 8 0 Malta of Oweawboro la vta lUa Wdatkghter Mm George Wor-a at EIGHT PAGES teietf MaatofrMM at tk Mimuu itaiy t far fVHMk AIM H MAIM tMrlmlkN FSvQ w er BwJ Mil U ABTAMOB Dr Oabbett ot Boston Mass rioited his aant Mrs George Dowdea last week Mies BoMe Olarkeon h vtotiW her grandmother Mrs Anetntn Olarkeon A Mary Wa an MthoriM a AimMi T Bering U Ik NoUM tt Ik DlMMlh PMr W neerBtg IttptMHi Braatmrtag Caurtr la Mm LrK H Harrincton son Barry and Guy H Hobm of tka aat Oaara AhmUi f Kaalulhr Hardin went to Coalsvllle to see and w hear Wm Jennings Bryan ot the Na Dr Parke of Webster was here Baa Mil Johm the Obalrmaa day to see one of oar dearest girls a tional Demoeratlc Committee Mye Tresis ud wcpftBMoa will be the lamee gem ot purest ray serene in the next boUomI campaign- The donation party at the Methodist parsonage was a sueeess The donations Brbokinsumk ooonty bad a HVe were beautiful and a pleasant reception attire working representative in the was held My next door neighbors Mr and Mrs Elka Carnival lu the person ol Mr You ant hold a JeS Ditto have a new boy at their Oarlt Blehanlton Ho matter home A fine luity fellow as one oould Breckenridge boy down where you find them they stead ia the wish to see front rank and thats where the hsme Judge S P Woolfolrc wife and daugh- Â¬ lores to see them ter Miss Lula Mr and Mrs H C Woodson and children made a party last About oneyeara time and a million week to the Carnival dollars have bees devoted by the Sham JIMrs J Oasperke went to Louisville rooks owner Sir William Tipton to the last week to see her sister Mrs Reea purpose of winning the worlds champWege who is dangerously ill Muoh ionship in yachting Irom Amerioa who sympathy is felt for Mrs Casperke has held this supremacy for forty eight Miss Barbara Shacklett went to Louis years In both kinds of weather fair villa for a day or two to post herself in and foul the three raaea WBre made and the very latest styles 8ee her at the each time the Columbia came cut victor- Â¬ room next to Farmers Bank ious Mrs Maeeena Fontaine is able to be Once more we have conquered the up moat of the time and has walked outin Â¬ British The matter of the cup is sim- the yard She is not quite her handsome ply incidental it la the prlnolple of the jovial self but we hope she soon may thing that we take a pride in We are be willing to be equal and superior to other I am indebted to D M Duncan for nations but never behind them many favors as regards my reports to the Courier Journal concerning political Mr McKinlky may or may not be speeches election returns etc He unwrong in his Philippine policy he derstands just how may or may not be wise in his western I am glad to learn through a telegram tour of speech making and he may or to the Evening Post that Mr R M Jol- Â¬ may not want to be president in 1000 ly of Irvington is better I have been but one thing is sure he ia mighty cor- muoh concerned about his condition and rect in his statements to school children the anxiety of his good wife in his speech at Duluth Miss Lide Powell has returned from of this This speech in another column should be read by the pupils the city with all the latest fads and paper teachersand all others interested in the fancies in the dressmaking line at your cause of education and character build- service Miss Fannie Philips is with her during excellent work ing I am not prepared nor oould I ever be P ANNOUNCEMENT old yellow back Bailor and I believe old Prof D 0 Oulley was a born grammar tea He waa an enthusiast on the science of grammar and the manner be could Impart Instruction L In which and Impress truth was something wonderful Ho left out all non Â¬ alah essentials but drove to a complete every essential My class ooamoneod old Butler with him all of as about IS or 14 and continued with him until we quit his school at seventeen or eighteen We analysed and parsed by modification from different poets and writers took up rhetoric and Kanes Oritkleai bnt we never failed to come up twice a week with old Butler We didnt nave days and passing In those oM fogy laying aside but kept on parsing reading writing and spelling with high Â¬ er breaches included 8TEPHEN8PORT H Hangs R A Smith went to BardfMburg Ran day R A 8mlth spent last week ia Louia Hlo Lying is not Essential to Success Lying may bring temporary prosperity but oanaot give permanent tuooMa A reputation for truth toll Â¬ ing oombined with merit ia the best and We toll 70a that th moet lasting fabriM in our On If It m onlv hMHk we might let It cling But It is a cough One cold no sooner passes on w But Its the another comes same old cough all the time And its th samel old storr too There ia first the oeM then the cough then piien monla or consumption with the long sickness and life tremb- Â¬ ling in the balance R A Shelmaa wm m LooiavMe lent week Dr Cox ot Oannelton wm in town Thursday Master Pete Hinor Beit la rlsMag ia Louisville Mr Herman Lay spent Sunday Bt Oannelton The infant of Mr and Mrs Llrars to no better yioyd Miller of Henderson wm 1b SUITS AND townSunday Mr Otark of the Cooperage Co wm read oar great offer of the Bhsokbmridob Nxwsforayear and the Farm Journal for the balance of 1099 Hnd all of 1900 1601 1903 and 1903 nearÂ¬ ly five years all for the price of our paper alone Just walk ap to the oaptains office and draw the biggest prise you Be sure and Â¬ Ayeis Cherry Pectoral Dr Ayers in town Friday Mrs O Best aad Utile daaghter are visiting ia Louisville Mrs M Blain returned from Louts villi Friday evening Mrs Bettie Napper spent a few days last week in Louisville Mrs James Crawford spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs 0 0 Lewis are visiting his father at Bowling Green Misses Fannie MeKanghnh and Gertie Barnes were in towa Tuesday Messrs Harland Morgan and Forest Blain went to Fordsville Monday Mr A J Earls passed through town Sunday en route for HaweeviUe Mr and Mrs F 0 Ferry and little son Miller are vlelUog in Louisville Regular services were held at the M E churoli Sunday by Rev Galloway Mrs- - H S Bnglish and Miss Dee BasÂ¬ ham spent Saturday and Sunday in Lou- Â¬ isville Misses Sue Brashear and Minnie Hoyle of Union Star attended the meeting at the Christian church Sunday There will be a series of meetings at the Christian church by Reverends Cowan and Graham Every one is cor- Â¬ dially invited to attend OVERCOATS AT ever drew N LONG BRANCH A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to accept all Governor Bradley claimed Thk street Carnival at Louisville was a for his party at the Auditorium but he big success Great crowds of people glad to spoke in such a manner as to elicit ft were attracted by it We are meed of praise I am not a narrow par see Louisville waking up The young tisan intelligent blood of that city is coming A committee of prominent citizsnB in of ideas of to the front The men brains of push and energy are taking San Francisco has taken Bteps toward hold of affairs Men who are not afraid the establishment of a library in Manila Enthusias- Â¬ of work men with capital who are not for the use of our soldiers tic women as usual will carry it to exeafraid to invest it these are the men cution who build up citiee and communities Brother Duvall preached a strong ser- Â¬ See how that Carnival stirred this state from one end of it to the other Think mon last Sunday to the young converts of the dollars it put in circulation of the Bro Litchfield preached at Cedar Grove and His Sundays for the present are 1st and many bright and happy faces friendly greetings that were seen and ex- 3rd The Baptists are 2nd and 4th and changed There is no man or woman who the Catholic 2nd and 3rd visited that Carnival from the country The ladles and girls of this little town who is not singing the praises of Louis- are the most energetic industrious in- Â¬ ville and the Elks This is as it should dividuals to be found on this globe I be The city people cant live without verily believe and that is not saying a the country people and we in the coun word against the stronger Bex Brandentry cant get along very well without the burg Is full of bearers and bees Emcity folks so let us get in touch with ployment is happiness each other and well be more prosperous Next Saturday ex Governor James B and happier All honor to the Elks and McCreary will speak here He is sup- Â¬ heir Carnival porting the Music Hall Candidate Hon Hal S Corbett is billed for the same day Thkrx was another very important here He is a Brown man I dont meeting held in Louisville last week know whether they will divide time or One that means more for the success ol divide crowds I have heard Mr Mc Â¬ this section than any that has been held Creary he was a sound money man and there in years We refer to the Ohio he is a finished speaker with a fine comValley Improvement Association The mand of the English language Among the pictures of officers of the object of this Association is the improvement of the Ohio river and its tributar- Â¬ Grand Lodge which convened in Louisies something that every citizen living ville was one of Jas H Ashcraft of along the Ohio river Is interested in or Paducah Grand Senior Deacon Mr ought to be Representative river men Ashcraft was reared in this old town and from Pittsburg to Paduoah were present married Miss Mollie Brown one of our and discussed ways and means of secur- Â¬ town girls a beauty too Mr Ashcraft ing more water and better transportation ia an uncle of Miss Hallie Dowdy of this facilities The discussions were very in Â¬ place teresting and we think of vast impor Mr Wm Jennings Bryan in speeding tance to the farming and business inter to Ohio to assist in the election of John ests of the Ohio Valley There should R McLean for Governor may be prehave been a better attendance from the paring to meet his Waterloo for it is lower Ohio Every town from Louis generally conceded by the Solomons of villa to Cairo ought to have beeu repre polities that if Mr MoLean is elected he sented As it was there were only two will as surely be the nominee of th e or three Clover port Tell City and Ev Democratic party at Chicago Mr Bryan anaville The government has done a had far better not mixed in this Kentuc great work for the upper Ohio and it ky contest the nature and merits where will do the same for the lower if we will of he knows nothing go after it ia the right way Biz feet Old Professor Johnson a fine teacher more water from Louisville to Cairo the who taught here in the 70s said no year round would mean a whole lot of child should commence grammar until money to the farmers along the river fifteen or until he had a pretty good and that is what we want The delegates knowledge of the other branches Mawere royally entertained by Louisville jor Fowler another successful teacher Oapt W W Hite and Mr Galatti who was here about 86 and 87 1 believe local secretary were especially kind and said the English language had no gramcourteous The Association meets next mar Miss Lula Lewisoae of his bright year at OiaeiuMtl eetpiiplle and who has taught would not allow a pupil to study grammar un Bran or Ohio City or Tolbdo til well versed in the other ooaamoa Lucas OovmrY j school branches I have about some to Kkajtk J Cubkkt makes oath that he the ooaelttsioa that many children are is the eealor partner of the iron of F J rained in the beginning of the study CajWHY Co doing boeineei In the The New Orleans Times Democrat tells Ctty of Toledo County and Mate afore of Kentucky dab women undertaking a said and that said nin will pay the sum The federa of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAJtf for oaeh ornaade against slang aadeyeryoeseo Oatabbm thai eaaaot tion of our state has prepared a petition be eared by the use of Ifalls Oatabmc that la to be sent to school principals and teachers asking their oo ooereiioa with Cos the Council of Club Presidents to secure FRAYK J OtUUtlY a mom eareful nee of Bag llak and also Sworn to below me aad swtimlled m ssy presence this flUi day of Dommmt asking lor a mote gtawmaMoal use of words and bettor laaMefc Well fee AD 1886 powers thai be grant that a eJaaage A W GLEA80K t be heralded I It la an oflnnse to NvUtty PuUte J the ears that should not exist This HaUa OManrb Core ia taken Internal- - aotrJtL popular slang and the groat tjnpttnt nag maiiaaUca land poor English ly and Mis dfieetly oa the blood board at home and la the school room mocoaa BarfaoM ol Mm lyotam make them bosoms dleheartoaed and tot loatliaoalala free F J OBIKEY Jk CO Toledo O lost all ambitioathlnking they oan aerer comprehend their own langaage I do not Hold br PnwMts 7fin think there was ever such a grammar as lJi Family PUIs we the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jim Wiles of Sirocco was the guest of Miss Sallle Basket Sunday loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat Harvesting corn is the next most imand lungs is removed all In- Â¬ portant job with the farmer the flammation is subdued The reetnt rains made the read quite parts are put perfectly at rest and the ceugh drops away It muddy from here into Brandeaburgr has no diseased tissues on The LlthographRook Company is bwy which to hang sawing out rock and feel that they have a paying stone The rains put the ground In excellent condition for wheat sowing and the far- Â¬ mers are about through J K Ditto wife and daughter Miss draws out Inflammation of the Melinda and sons Phillip and Paul lungs were visitors last week to the Carnival at Advfem Free Louisville Remember we have a Medleal Desalt ment If too hare any eonp4alBtwht Misses Hendeys of Preston were eyer and deelre the beet medical adrtee guests of Miss Sallle Baskett Saturday yea can powlbly ostein write the freely you will reeetra a mmntntnv without eoit and Sunday Miss Nannie remains the doetor Addreti DR J 0 AVBR rest of the week with her Lowell Mate John T Ditto and David Ditto had the greatest fox chase of the season on last Wednesday night David is a terrible fellow for staying out They had Dont forget that fine very interesting runs and did not for Taylor My nature is subdued to what it get in until 3 a m The Heating Company 1b putting down works in like the dyers hand Ben Stith returned from a pleasant a pipe line from the well secured on Benhams farm They are gradually visit to Louisville last Wednesday taking In more territory for more gas Mrs Elza Jolly is spending sometime showing that their consumption in Lou- Â¬ with her daughter Mrs W J Piggott isville is increasing Miss Stella Paul who has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives in Louisville is back in Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will give Imme our midst diate relief to a child ngootisff with the dreadful Mrs McCauB and Mrs Shelley Mrs cough Mother keep thil reliable medicine al ways handy and it will tare you many uaeay Bennetts visitors are not with her boors It coiu but 36 eeaU now Clarence Davis wae a guest from RAYMOND church at Hon Ciae Blanfords Sunday Mr and Mrs George Johnson were Len Oashman was in Louisville last visiting the family of D 0 Johnson week Sunday Mrs Sallle Norton is visiting friends Mr and Mrs Coleman came from near Hardinsburg Irvington Suddsy to attend church Rev Dan Shacklett preached at this services here place last Sunday Mr and Mrs Roy Cain of Irvington Cray ton Claycomb went to Sample were up Sunday visiting relatives and Monday on business attending church Best and Mercer were in Louisville last William Hardaway who has been livweek with several car loads of lumber ing in Texas quite a number of years ia Misses Cora and Janie Headrv are visiting the home of his birth and earlier visiting Miss Bailie Baskett years Mrs Ralph Knott spent the day with Lenard Stith waa athome Saturday and Mrs Len Oashman last Monday He brought Miss Ceoll Sprad Sunday Mr and Mis Asia Hardin and daugh- Â¬ ln with him to be th guest of Mise ter Nina spent Wednesday in Louisville Nannie Hicks Roscoe Hendry came home from Har- Â¬ Our congratulation are to our young dinsburg Saturday where he 1b going to friends Mr and Mrs Hugh Hardaway school who are the happy parents of a baby Mrs Len Oashman and Nettie Rob boy who arrived Friday Oct 30th bins spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Mr and Mrs Ernest Hardaway are Charlie Miller the guests of Ernests parente They A Will Shellman who is going to college were attending church Sunday at Irvington visited his parents Satur- Â¬ handsomer couple would be bard to find day and Sunday There will be a spelling match at this Bro Mell preached for us Saturday place Friday night before the second and Sunday We all like our new Sunday All must come preaeher and feel that he truly has our We are having a goedsohool taught by interests at heart His subject Sunday Mr Cain The pupils all seem to be waa Religion taking a great Interest in their work A Ooed Speaker Mrs J E Mercer and Master Jones Hon W E Minor of Addison passed have been ia Louisville for the past through this city Friday oa his way to week visiting friends and seeing sights Pateevllle a large J F Claycomb has been in Ohio addressinterest ofaudience at ticket in the the Goebel county for the past week writing Mr Minor ia a good speaker and at Â¬ for the Continental Fire Insurance Co tracts many hMrets It is said he made Messrs Taylor Basham of Salem and the speech o bis life ia Lewisport last Tom Beard of Hardinsburg were the week where be won many converts to guests of Misses Janie aad Cora Hendry the Goebel cause ARE ABSOLUTELY ALL WOOL BE- Â¬ CAUSE WE KN0W4T IS THE TRUTH having submitted the fabrioa to aoheipioal teat We tell you we are positive that our guite and Over- Â¬ coats will give absolute satisfaction because they are of the VITALS BRAND Majce that meane they are Sightly Tailored and Perfect Fitting With these Important Essentials baok of our offering we have no fear of the garments failing to verify our Recommendation that they will keep their shape and perfect and lasting satisfaction These are the principles on which we do business Cherry Pectoral Plaster 13 fs GLENDhANE A big crowd went from here to Louis- Â¬ ville Monday A great many of our people were in Louisville last week Jesse L Owen returned from Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday night Rv Henry Sparks of Leitehfitld was in town Saturday Miss Amanda Deane spent Saturday with Miss Mary Moorman Richard Lewis a patient sufferer from oaucer died Sunday night Miss Mattle Owen left Satarday for Carrolton Ky where she will viBit for several weeks Frank Peake and Jadge Dougherty will speak here Friday night I am told they are able speakers Come out to of forty odd new books to the Utopia library last week It now has 156 volumes They are read too Rev Wm Rllzmann pastor of Bast Broadway German church Louisville filled Bro Rutledges appointments here Sunday He greatly pleased the people Lucky Dave Moorman had one odd piece of ill luck When he bad finished drilling a 30 acre field of wheat he dls covered that five of the hoes were clog ged and had fed no wheat at all The fertiliser had been plaoed but no wheat in five eighta of his field was made When once our customer You become a permanent one Â¬ THE FAIR LEADING ONE PRICE STORE OLOVERPORT - - KENTUCKY hear them An addition WEVE HAD A KNIFE UP OUR SLEEVE And awaited onropportun ity to draw it Its blade is Â¬ This town is about to lose one ot the jollieet biggest hearted best men it ever had Jeff Owen who is the beet sales Â¬ man stauaoheet Democrat and most all around good fellow youll meet any where It ia reported that be will ao oa the road for a Louisville shoe bouse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All Breokenridge county known Lee Meyer and hie many friends will be pleased to know that be has made a very successful drummer For the past few years he has been with a Louisville shoe house Next month he takes a position as travelling salesman for J M Oo of Louisville Robinson Hon Ohas Bianford will speak here before the election J nave always regretted that he has not been his partys nominee for Congress or for some state offlee at some time when the RepabttoeM oame out ahead There to no better man nor honeeter When our county district or state becomes Republican if such calamity must eome be should Sunday have the beet ofllce of the Hot Also Prominent In Padwcah I was glad to see in the Naws last come when he speaks week that my cousin Harry Board had Mr Reuben Rowland a promiuet cap They say Dont wake ababrto Me a position as hotel clerk at Breckenridge Italiet in Paduoah la visiting bis broth- Â¬ it laugh and Tva mentally nddd Inn Harry Is a hustling boy and every er Captain J H Rowland Never wake a bachelor to show aim a one Is sure to like him Mr Rowland wm com a manager of But the added advice proved the Paduoah Tract Oo and stands among baby Miss Sallle Deacon and Mr Crawford wrong last week Tired oat and sound Eubank ware married at the brides sis the foremost baeiaees meu of that ettv asleep on the train last Thursday tors Mrs John Avltts at three eelpek He is a member of the regular Demo I was waked by ex Sherlfi Bi Fatanight who sratic party aad will vote for Goebel Here are congratulations Mid with a iathoCa pride Joel lwaat BrlitUs teach lyrwe mim tfcsMMt you to see the baby7 I wm alaopr and BEWLEYVILLE taeesrn eaafht celifc sd hue alfcctl a Be cross but Utttbeattltal baby Um la Ucbleat coaenfU h sees atweaeaaUlv caiwl ataatly oanght my admlmMqn and banÂ¬ ST tWamelaM wmamj Saseren will K B McGlothlaa was ia towa Sunday relief alter a few Jaest ished eroMoeja Little Walker Pate U a We bad two need rainy days last beautiful baby Mr and Mrs Pate and week MOIEY the little one were on their way teSao- 3fJg nw3y evr n m4 rauenlo Ky to visit Mrs Pates sitter Mrs Otto KoMaeoa Is la a orltleal it VijEafSDC Mrs Stum oonaltton TBaSlSaanr 1X3 B iual i Lewis Jolly was tfct guest of Hnribut AfraredaMa Oocd Tfctafl sharp its edge is keen and during the coming season it will be used to slash prioes as prices have never been slashed before and smash values as values have never been smashed before Oome and take a peep at our new mammoth line of ti w w FALL GOODS 4 W E BROWN Irvington Ky Our Method of Doing Business Is to buy the sail the best k menu me iMa it la tbla method tore a parmanent d a V t 4 Ha 23W M n Cain Satarday Veaaea Mm Walker wm with he husband at W MF w try It ob M your Irvinaton last Monday oflai ajmriat If fuua4 venal Mr aad Mrs Herbert Cain moved to MtuiMlory HerMnm their now hones Friday and lee W W Katth will work awhile on Charlie Hardawaya bouse Hon Ofaec Blanlord spent several daya in Louisville last week annHaCjH aumw MHHfl Obarlle Anderson is building a ban MjUftWa IWl for John Livers near Guakon ITlM Clronlar Mf Csae aaJvMermldeafaiiMt f t Thos J Tdnlett ia building a tobacco UllUVLU M lacaee losy bars oa his farm MM town filjiei liana Bob Jordan wm fn Meade county MBbal r ofcaaiole Writ fa MAg Sunday to cm his beat girl The way to beat Goebel iato vote af ait u uibli piw iiji i u wine WaWeWjrVt BW aWaWaWaWaWaWaWSnW el T2T 4tK4u n MMMnf a ay aaaraS C leeUie 1 Mr A L Atwood of Hardlaabarg was in town Thursday oa business He ealled at the Haws omee and said I bars just corns to congratulate th edi Â¬ tor on the excellent paper he ia now getting oat I would not h without it lor double its pries tat the best and reoom- at has brought to our WHAT AHE Y In Drugs Books anv sMuranoe buying of U4 MOI IEN fcge- - TWEEDS 1 xjjtxxzrgi TUHrVirw5lwrareC5 U If Long Branch Oct 28 neetal Mr Bud NeaiM aad Miss Llllm Child of Uuston went to Jenereonvlllo Sunday where thry were married They were accompanied by Mies Mattie Basham This young aad happy couple were eludiugthe old folks and came to this place to start lor 2h Gretna Hroau at to meet your w to It will ple4 erv and Sundries our nnithods of doiug buaineM aw if JfJQXX that you will not be disappointed in POPHAM leidiRg IRVINGTON jfeJaJagiMMaWaWagWaMB flfl jMMldBtttlBStt lppli those living Uarial districts Tutt Pills ndispc nsil lc they keep the km in perfect order and are I ick headache indigestion t ria torpid liver constipa and all bilious diseases Bators for evetythlng New collars for ladles at Sulsets Snhwrs an re papering their store rooms before the arrival of their new I titac j oaw m5r t j itKT 1 - I ivii absolute cure Liver Pills NEWS K 1W OUT flts StECKENRIDGE fXDNfflDlY J le Nqs F in Brief B 444 4444 44444 44444 III HE T 88B Bg C the Fails advertisement aresoMoela this section neckwear and collars at Kaisers days an getting a great deal abort- traits at the CHlv rash teopteal Sak UtteHale spent Friday at I Lewie- - the Fairs advertisement ia this skirts are all the rage with the HIMI4 fc tfrs William Vert west to Louisville Inday otte ia spending the week in lal sponges are bow being mann bread delivered dally by the Jkkery S Young Jr of Mdraaafleld haa home e barbeeues are all the go I kasflw the state water la prescribed as a palliative Washington Holt of Bolt was ia urn Monday wlovwport most have water works and lights bores blanket the beet oa earth neys fine box candies sold at the Jfekery Mercer of Hardiaburg was ia Sunday lag in fancy groceries at the ells Bakery W purest confectioneries are sold at Duncans Qlly Bakery ey oxen bring a lanoh to your room AJtns r and Mr Fladge Carter were in elty Bandar Or Kewsom and Miss SWtes weat ills Monday the guest of dward Ogleshy Norrls ia Louisville Elder of Hardinbarg was jbwa one day last week 3J7wsls the only real published in Kentucky Tester Heyser and daughter Went to Loutoville Satnrday Beall Simmons of Irvingtoa wa8 eliy Monday on bneiaess gHtto traveling salesman out of was in town Friday Frank Haswelland Mrs John jpaat Saturday in Louisville te pay services at the Methodist were well attended Sunday William Hall of Webster reach reta Monday to visit relatives spent nufuroay w f at e In Jefferson county Swjw l Forres Irdin and Mr Forrest of Holt were in town Sunday RAdkisn attended the Dent barbecue Wednesday at Loata- - 8n i SJppel the energetie and popu- r spent Monday In Loutf- - I MB by all meant should go to eM snaths new tMngs in r Smart from Cripple Greek ia his parents Mr and Mrs W Q Market for flulas The British Government will be compelled to rely on the United States for a Thursday November 30th has been supply of mules to carry on her war in decided upon as Thanksgiving Day by South Africa A ear load was sent from Bvaasville the past week They were the President O W Dunn of Jollys station went gathered chiefly in Warrick and Spenser to Nlfikerson Kaas Friday night to reÂ¬ counties Tell Oity News side in the future Will Build Opposite Usher Homestead Houston Miller of Hardinsbarg visit- Â¬ B L Kewsom has leased from Mrs ed hie sister Mr S J Baker at Pates Amanda Fisher and her son James for yille last week a term of ten years a plot of ground op- Â¬ Ia proportion to its slse Hawaii has posite the Fisher homestead on the mors telephones ia use than any other turnpike road for the purpose of erect- Â¬ locality in the world ing a toll house thereon He will com Have yon examined that elegant set mence work on the building at once of team harness with brass mountings at Frank Haswells WILL VOTE FOR QOEBEL James T Smith and Thurraaa Hook of Hardlasburg were registered at the But Doesnt Thinks he Has any Mitehell hotel Sunday Shew Goon and Opossum served in any style Sam Bishop seotion foreman on the at Charley Adams restaurant located at Henderson Route who is an ardent of iron bridge the east end Harry Hamman left last night for Democrat and a supporter of Senator Princeton Ind wnare be has accepted Goebel in speaking of mens political views said I cant understand why a position as boiler maker any true blue Democrat oan be against Plash lap robes handsome goods Goebel I was born a Democrat and Inst the thing for winter from Z to rooked in a Democratic cradle and never SS50 Sold at Haswells voted for bu one BeuubUeanln my life Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Sr of and was afterwards aiekfor three days Hardinsbarg spent Sunday with their couldnt eat a meal When asked by a son Mr Frank Haswell Nnws reporter as to Mr Goebels Will the new ooenoll if elected give ohaneeshe said t I do not think be will tee electric light and water works qaes be our next governor for the reason tton the proper consideration 7 that too many are pulling against him Mrs Banker oan please yon In bats both as to stylo and pries Store in the The Busy Bees Babbage building Mrs Banker Kennedy of Irvinatoa out a bee Bam The Free Press an ably edited paper week and got seventy pounds nnblibsed at Louisville shows up plainly tree last Â¬ Â¬ wUsnjsjs line Good materials and good effects are oombined with lew prises at Mrs H V Disaetrows Plrs In a communication trcm Chiehasha Indian Territory we learn of a Are Chestnuts are on the market Mm Oaldwell Norton and two little which occurred there Sept 87 in which Staple and fancy groeeries at Butlers Jsums Guthrie Stepbens and Oald Mr A W Root and sister Mrs Beard eSMu ns He OtfeM uwfrPJtBjiafftt4aPJ sJ J fj ytffMJk YsWanBjetaW BuanskA ne M1m Mat Boot from Union Star John Hhoues spent Sunday at Caoaei well Jr from Louisville era at Addlaoa snrpjvnBiap VpJBJ tAaaA ton yJeMag bar mother Mm James G WereloevM OaunUNrroir W Va Mar t laM Mm Board lost two bouses and all br P Wlnsert tbemerehant tailor went Stephens who bus lately reteumed from store and household goods saving only 7 whm M my ctnttrn to Lll Olty Sunday avWttoObieego IawetheexUlyreeoeimendPe-ni-n- a eneebaage of clothes She eetlaaatts as ef great benefit in eases of catarrh II it is a good dgar youre after the her loss at 1000 Mr Boots loss la It Is especially beneficial All Are About ThrewcM go to the Olty Bakery eluded a 40 nan and a kit of kuts membranes areaifeeted nAsa J A Paynes and son Guy of Haraed Fifty tone of etMSMl palat wlU be need Mrs Board and Mr Boot are Wfll teuie It certainly has no superior ware in the dty Friday W H0nucr Bx Seeretary at sHate ia painting the Kiel Tower at Paris Mr Payne is one of that sections pros Â¬ known In this soutmunity and their Begin saving your money tor the Furls perous and wealthy farmers He said Liitoaos will regret to bear of this salami exposition in 1900 Vrbteh has befallen them about all ol the farmers ia his neish Hunteis are eagerly awatUng the ex Borbood were through sowing wheat Rose HeK nlration of the bird law and the acreage sown would exeeed thai Miw Mary Holt daughter el Mr All phone orders receive prompt and of last year and Mrs Washington Holrof Holt Ky oareist attention at 8ulet a and Mr Walter Malins Rose ol San Improving the Road Mao Payne of Oweaehere was a guest Mr R L Kewsom leasee and man Franekoo Gal were married Thursday at Charlie Mays Snajtey age of the turnpike road ia making evening Oct 19th at seven oclock Forstyllelt bate at low prises none every effort to serve the public with a There were about twenty five guests who excel Mrs H V Daaeaa witnessed the ceremony which was pet good macadamized and dirt road The Kev Mr Saeed of Hardlnsbarg formed by the Rv Mr Olore of Louiswas ia the elty Baaday ville The bride and gtoom It ft on the Oone to West Point Many indispensable artieles are daily Â¬ James Gastleman who has been oper- 1080 train for California where they being received at Salsare ating a feather renovating machine at this will reside The Nkws extends congratulations When wanting a good lunch dont place and Pellville has moved Co West fall to visit the Oity Bakery Point where he will operate ia the fuPleased The People Mies Minnie Murray is visiting her ture Hon W H Ohijct aant Mrs David It Murray Qlbndkank Oot 88 Speoial May- Â¬ haa cured thousands of ob- Â¬ Death of firs William Beavln or Jno A Barry of Oloverport Demo Â¬ stinate oases of eatarrh and is perhaps Mr Harvey Yeaman of Henderson Mrs William Beavln after an ill- Â¬ cratic candidate for the legislature was the only efficient remedy in existence spent Sunday evening here ness of short duration died at her home here last week He made a fine impress for catarrhal diseases but there are Mr Mike Blain of Stepheasport was Satnrday morning She died from a ion on the people and nothing but a countless multitudes of people who are la town yesterday complication of diseases MrsBeavin was scarcity of Democrats oan keep him from still struggling with catarrh and need help To such as these the unqualified Will Blain merebaat of Fatesville in her sixty fifth year She was an esti Â¬ being elected by Ex recommendation of was in town yesterday mable old lady and had many warm Secretary Ohley ia directed Hambleton Hennen of Hawesvllle friends who will be pained to hear of Making Pants is scientific and purely vegetable All eaae up oa his wheel Sunday her demise She was a true christian The pants faotory is now in successful druggists sell it Mr andMrs T N Perry of Beaver woman and a devout member of the operation with a force of about twenty Baptist church Mrs Bobert Polk wife hands and more machines are being Dam have moved to this oity r See Mrs Bunkers line of trimmed ofMrBobertPolk of this olty is the put in operation from day to day as the only surviving child Her interment girls learn to handle them says the Can bate she oan save you money took place Sunday at noon at the fami- Â¬ nelton Inquirer No difficulty is looked Mr and Mrs Hanks attended Sunday ly oemetry for in setting all the hands needed as School and ohureh here Sunday Mr John P Haswell Sr of Hardina the work is easily learned Preference Mr and Mrs J B Btee of Tar Fork burg an old friend of Mrs Beavins con- ia given to those who have had exper- Â¬ Advertisements inserted under this head at the were in town Saturday shopping ducted the funeral services ience in garment making rata of one cent a word each insertion Besides An opera house In this town would work for local parties the factory has a Weat To Oweasbors draw a theatrical troupe every week large order for overalls from I Gens Co 11 HONhST Mroo to rewewnt u u Mina ur tbliand clnio by couotio Salary fttoo a The following prominent Republicans of Evansville Mrs John Allen Murray and children tar and axpcnMt Straight buna fide no more ti tt lalry Position permanent Our refer of this oity went to Owensboro Monday spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville ii Ge an v bank In any town It maioly office Lost His Money voty roaductrd at home Heterenre Enclose Are you a subscriber to the Kxws If to bear Governor Bradley speak Messrs - d ireson it imped envelope TH Dominion Bicbard May one of Hardinaburgs not you ought to be one of its readers Alfred Oelse Frank Payne JobnSbouse mpanv Dept 3 Chicago B O Willis Dr F M Smith and Al moot substantial business men attended We will send the News one year and FOR UALE UKOQ STOCK Adams the Democratic rally at Louisville last Farm Journal almost five years for 1 00 bert Apply to Rood ttock or drug SLEWednesday It is reported that while X1DI V Cox Ekrou Kv Thu U a great bar- Mrs Frank Fralie and sister Miss Successful Service there he was robbed of twenty dollars ymii Jennie Warfleldf spent Saturday in Loa- Â¬ The program for Bally Day services and his railroad ticket LMAL BLANKS kvllle was successfully carried out by the childOK SALE Bat k Deeda and Mortgages and A new water trough has been placed Have floved DltKCKBN All Forms ot Ieiral Ulanka DGH NKWS UI flCE at the half way place on the turnpike ren of the Methodist Sunday school Augustus Gibson and family have Sunday morning The music was well road TC1TI0X rendered the recitations pleasing and moved into the old Lillard property Haswells Is the recognised place for the collection which was for missionary which has recently been known as OH ALE Certificate in Bryant btratton the BuslneM Colleze Louiiville Kt AddIt t all goods In the harness and saddlery purposes was satisfactory MIIHCKKNKIDGK NEWS OFFICE Barnes Hotel Public Statement From AfublicMan JTy DECORATED TABLEWARE We are ahowiof a moat eomplete aaaort raet of this fashiooable wars in Open Stoek in the most unique and latest patterns The VT SMS B SrvTOnTe deeignflnd oolors are beautiful and bland in perfect harmony ware the kind It is good serviceable that will not easily break Â¬ Manufacturers also warrant it not to craze Another advantage of this Open Stock is we will sell you any part if you do not want a Should you desire to replace any part we can furnirh the same at any time as we carry in Btock a full line of each pattern full set We most cordially invite you to inspect this ware especially nice rnd Â¬ 4 Pe-ra-- if you desire something very out of the ordinary Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- aByvuyUyiUv VueJ Â¬ m0ut - WAJNlb SULZERS Telephone 5 King 2 f- - Â¬ F Teamsters Who c Want Bargains V ennununnunnnununnnunnnnnunnnnnunu ahead KDSEW00D BKKKSHIRBS Purchase of Cattle BREED the kind that win at the record ol my Shelby Ford bought from Jones and herd at Indlanapolli and Sptiasfield this year wilt attest I ihowed only animals of my own Odell fifteen head of 2 year old horned breeding and captured a good percentage ot the steers at 86 a bead weight averaging deeirabla prises The prlie wtenlag boar Head tight Jr 43i999 and old Artful Duke 10th In 760 pounds and from L L Richards service Pigs of their get lor sale My brood beet sons twenty seven head of yearlings at 15 60 Come are ofsee meAmerican and English strains and CALDWELL NORTON I Must Viiit HaiwelTi for Heavy Team Harness and Hand Hade Brass Trtmmings Bridles 7 8 of an inch Round Reins Gup Harness Leather Blinds with rounded corners Lines one inch 18 feet long Hames stetl clad brass ball top Collars No 1 Wood Scotch Traces 1 3 5 inch double and stitched Backs fancy shaped double and stitched with brass ornaments Breeching heavy with 1 1 2 inch layer Breast straps 1 1 2 inch Choke Straps 1 1 4 inch This set of Harness which is elegant in workman- Â¬ ship and known for its durability only 930 others want 40 We are eisplaying a beautiful line or Winter Lap Robes Plush Horse Covers and other goods per- Â¬ taining to these lines and also agent for the Wilson Air Tight Heater either wood or coal and sold with a guarantee to give satisfaction Louisville Ky Married at PordsvlUe Mr W 0 Neal of Whitesville and Miss Annie Petty of Fordsvllle were married at Fordsville last night at 830 oclook Mr Neal is the Bon of Mr W S Neal tobacconist of Whitesville and the bride la the daughter of Prof Petty of Fordsyille Both are popular and have many friends in Daviess and Ohio counties Owensboro Messenger A Chicago Reader Mr Charles Bhodes formerly of Glendeane neighborhood but now Obioage made a pleasant call at Nkws office Saturday In renewing Admlslstraters Notice All persons Indebted to the estate of Mary E Hicks deceased are hereby notified to come and settle the same All parsons having claims against said estate will present same properly verified D H SEVERS Administrator September s6 1899 1 -4 STRAYED OR STOLEN Reward If left at Nkws semr bitch pup Oil STOLEN STRAYED months old whitea with black spots office the of c calling cards joe 1 01 uu- ub c I 101 eanisoa tags 60c loo notehods s xa envel ni So 100 guiamed la 75CJ 10 a Have traniportatlon charg 3C i V B C your cop j la n and unmistakable LEATiE luoter Norwood Mass for 75c Mail Orders Solicited ead you otllbead meatsT the his PRANK HARWELL Clcvexport lZ-y- - subscription he said that he Would lay aside any Chicago daily to read the news from bis county paper Mr Bhodea went from Kentucky to Kansas where he remained until 1868 when he went to Chicago He occupies the position of conductor on the Illinois Central WANTED 10 GOOD MEN To Act As Agents TERMS MADE KNOWN BY APPLYING TO THE HIGHLAND NURSERY CieVERPORT KV h tftd For the Campaign Fund given last night at the Methodist church under the auspices of tbeW 0 T TJ was well attended Some of our best home talent was em ployed and their efforts were much ap preciated The money obtained will be used to help defray the expenses of the the Musicals Â¬ Â¬ nMMBaMFsa Wants Oped Stuck S Wm A snaguj sn snpoisnnS1 MssBn esnpswser ff I Archer of Skroa visited and relatives in the dty last preached an interesting Christian church Wednes nun- - at the Mrs Nauoy O Potter and Hi J B Williamson of Henderson are the guests of Mr and Mrs S B Betnfy T A Miller who has bean at Lewis tor Ua past five mouths was la the erty isVB Moorman and daughter uatarnea uoavijouisvme T town of 1600 populatioa tiantt to bold an ordinary oat of V Joiner Miss aVaabath SkUltsjuu and Mrs Willi Whelan Morris Beard of Haidlastarg were the I Charles and gpeste of Mr and Mrs John MeGuveek the guests of A r Mr X 8 BosweU of Louisville for the Methialat Orphans Home in town yesterday the guest of Ber a i The oelebtatod Wilson Air Tight Smith of Persimmon Fie t guest ef Mrs George Short 8a- - Heater either wood or eon is sold by Haswell and with a guarantee to giro Sunday PennelLof Balltowa left Frl-- pffoot nthuaotton Our fraternal Mead 0 O Howard lor NewMadrld Mo wheve editor and publisher of the LaBue Ooun future to in the is In 1 Hfcald ki lasuing weekly aeeeditabw Il Both Indianapolis Ind Bfr Both ia the manufacturer paper lor his readera There ia an exoellent openJM fur a to 1TU known Both engine There Is no baceonist at Brandenburg fKfim Jaun Todd and Messrs Allen one buying the weed at point and Frayser spent Hon OOdfurd and Harris the cultivation of it ia Increasing party With Miss Marlon Bowraer Ir Forest Gabbert a prominent Bops of the enterprising property roung phretetan of Boekport Inu frirnaM in the lower part of town are spent Monday in the etty the guset uf fjtSfadsasing the streets near them Mr O B UgbUoot bad Dr Forrest Moo wen end daughter Mary Ugntfoot MM P Nswmillinarr store new goods new jTlsnii 11 Owen and DUa Bnaurteoa ruryttung niut sJaas triaMnar Me a fW ilhniMtottdnj We are here to stay and stnuJV f To MnUManiiastw auUaaoda oAaam looatad la the ottiint to buy tBMtft Air Sajaytawpv wood or coal and old nodes a gnaiwaH -- Miller oi this county one short horn Durham cow and three calves tor of fine honey fff at Owensboro 60 Mr Baker ssys he is tired of feed Â¬ James M Falrleigb formerly one ef ing 1 crab stock and that he bought these PayaesvaHs Preen Brandenburgs J M Payne and daughters Basto and is dangerously most influential eltlaea Durnaras to improve his herd ill of pneumonia at the Paynesvim have been vleit Bmiof Largest Ever Known Borne of bis daughter Mrs Ohapeee lug ble father William Payne West Robert Pennington a Modaee dealer John O Watbeu at Owensboro Mr Falrleigb Lounrrine and his brother is the father of Mr David W Falrleigb oi Offeaehoro was in the elty yesterdayPayne Owensboro ofLouhrriUe visiting the merchants He said The attendance to hear Governor William iSltiyiltlMUifie Steamer Alfred Hennen i O Bradley speak in that dty Monday The steam tug Vlfred Henuen own was the largest ever known at a similar ii ed by Opt J J Hennen of this ple4 gethariag and the nianifesUtlon ef went down la tblrty feet of water at the enthusiasm was simply wonderful Jasaeetowa ooal mines on Green river WIH ae KMed last week It was a new bMt and wfll vtuuj PVvei JgT auunPe The nine oclock passenger train yes uB sWfFB 4 prunaratory to a run to Bvansvllle from tatuey atorniag ran over the aiad legs - tf not iomtrniiwi3t be Uuarsaoiu with a tow of lumber Kau of Mr Onrie Ferriaos auw and lacerated wiwiwHhrbfool thf tnemsobadJy that she will have to be ueuk jeeweWW tomperanee campaign J Baker of Fatesville bought of Rightness Fitness J Fashion All oombined in our mew Fall Suits Waist Â¬ Why do so many coats and Haberdashery men stick to us season in and season out The answer is easy Thep get proper fit proper wearing qualities and proper priee and treat We merit oonseauentlv they are satisfied oan take similar oare of you - Does the milk Baby Thrive moiWs K ewe Uw ur KPTOw C SMITH Fordsville Ky PI dotsnt bh slit nsttis EMULSION dsmtnti of the baby bt Kwpprkatha SCOnS ltoorr If baby nourkhi by reotured for b not lis artificial wm ojMMc hi vn wMutty e MrV B Ouejabere a prominent killed Ha food then tt rcqulm ibliaaa attomev of Hawesvllle will address the sitisen of Jollys StaUou Thursday Nov Sad and Hodoonvllla Nor nrd Ha will speak on the politl sal bum as of the day W Scotts Half EmulslBP a teaspoonni thrtt or tour times a day in its x bottle wW have the desired effect It seems to have a magical effect won babies A fifty cent and children njvwc wih Brow mm uwwi t f A Hon George W Jelly of Owensboro will speak at Staph seaport Saturday Novembr 4th and at Irviuulou at night NSn will speak la the wtomst of too IJbawblioant and all who asa distwan of haartug a good sneeab ought to go out ana near him Cosh on DeHvory A IM at BsJHown The question of tempataaee hate Is a T U and their vttal una and the W honcsatv oeJlsiaum are puehlag tt with ntlhiandsMbL To ealiM the interest and 00 oneotton of Die Balltowa dta trial a natty of sealous workers spent last Wedneaday evenlnc at their ohuieti Kwrtusji sinttng Md taikiac with tnasn Today an all day wsetlag wlU be hald at that plane with dinner on the grounds when a W 0 T V wUl be orÂ¬ ganised Bvery one interested in this righteous eauss who eaa possibly do so is uraud to be present oa this escasioa and lend a helping hand a spoBctm Tt saeK hi tsiMM Maty HsMsfi a4ty FIF1H AVENUE HOTEL xocris7iXiXjn dstyJ PUUCAmWlBLL Mgr wsUsaen SsUUUUb MVa eUJ 0ey to Meek raws bailee Sttnaa4 agAsugf Fssf nltas tsansnalVdtdU the sttaatsal Mast Skm iiraiirwaitNcwiirMi IhpatyUeaC M 4 el unusMnl a HafcweU i jk k KpiuUkaua s s ot r ihv e i it iu railroad decided U put ant nervtnga totua o taxrua yaum la JarreraouviUe reformiauir far nm i ui tbe aalUuore ft Ohio South- woatoru yaniinnun lour lUtnmed tutsurnny ni fpMPBJflSftWunV9 hmmmamimmfm4 mjftmmmmmmm 6irmmt asa D tAf M A um rilrjd Uiii SCOTriTtAWVft CaMnUTw Vort mldmMilwaM 9 apitn4sea0Bt UOtU f f IMM two ei his 6aVnuOoJ young hm lftl baatyia at m flatuiday wfeam they had cents per galkm apot awh on dalivory ing the Carnival MnjsBnreBBMaBJn pBnBJ LD Itrtkis aiuTebjst SBB rj s pii i 4 uBulH fS aSMBsSWW loogb el Onwsberu Uulsvtue attend leans in utea IScaff t kjwBsfarilfrgril1 fiiitaUWaiiTii I VV - IV Id definable end It la really anexpleinebls why thay are at all like common folks Nature loves the commonplace 8ha WBDNBSDAY OCT 36 18W repeals a pretty this a million times With all bet variety abe does Ht- out hatceSotbsaseetnttk It to wonderful JUST AN AVERA0E MAN how many daisies aha makas over and ever attain le a fifty acre lot Daode- Hogs at aatt never aat enough of Look dings TU Utery Ttw Ceaw- weir the fields and see what la done in the way of oommoaplaee weeds beauti Â¬ ful wild hedge rows of apples ami trees aa I wm asking oonseralag a oertain man of grape hanging down purpled with Â¬ of what sort h wm Oh jest an ater dusters averyaneso ranch like the oth er Look over year com fields not a age fallow yon kaow about arena Ha narar will eat Um rtreron Ira Thla single plant standing on its head every set me to Baring to myself miely thla one with lie roots downward In the soil moat ba a good aort of ebap for if ba I have not a doubt bat that someone arerages wall with man that oeght to ba mid prove that the roots oeght to be In enongn Oome to think ol it I have the air and the tassels somewhere else rarely got on wall with those folks who than where they are Nature does not are abore the average Aa for setting the see things after this manner The vol river on fire pray why should anyone canoes are rare the wild poke Is com wish to set It on lire That saying about mon and I am glad of it Mature acta rivers oame over from England where with people as she does with plante She they sometimes oompktia of a man that rarely makes a genius but she makes a he cannot set the Thames on fire It ia orowd of common folk The only trouble this trying to set things bottom aide up ia that so many desire to get out of the and wrong end foremost to kindle a Ire common and do something unusual of water that wastes most of the time of This ambition can easily be made to be people and causes most of the mischief unwholesome as well aa dangerous Do not worry because bo fa you have Why not let things go on as nature gave failed to set a river on fire If you are orders her So I sought oat my average fellow in Â¬ living honorably and helpfully you are tent to make a friend of him lie has doing the beet thing you possibly can served admirably in all ooneoienoe lie do is the same every day He comes and Never Say Die goes on the stroke of the clock He nev Â¬ Many desperate oases of kidney dis er agitates me any more than 7 ocloek agitates me He is himself not exottable eases pronounced incurable have been and therefore does not rasp the nerves cured by Foleys Kidney cure Many I dont think he writes poetry He does physicians use it A It Fisher Clover what he has to do quietly and regularly port E A Witt Hardlnsburg and he becomes a part of your life as the morning and evening enter into your dally exlstenqe I have never seen him putting a match to the water nor have I ever Been him undertake any astonish Â¬ ing enterprlw But he makes a good friend and a world full of such chape would at least be a comfortable world It cannot be denied on the contrary that a man with a good deal more gen- Â¬ Charles W Meyer Gives An ius is capable of destroying all the com- Â¬ Account of His Trip to The fort of hia friends as well aa his ene- Â¬ mies Why shall I not sing the glory of Philippines the commonplace schools Bre in error when they Oar endeavor to make every boy a marked character an extraordinary scholar It Manilla p i auo 4 1800 My dear is muoh better that they should be just cousin I will try to give you an ac ordinary Strained ambition leads to all count of my trip to this place aorta of false efforts and mostly to Intel We left Fort Snelling January 30th actual and moral bankruptcy Individ- Â¬ and proceeded to St Paul in street cars uality aa the basis of educational reform and aa the thermometer registered 30 is well enough and we certainly owe a degrees below zero many of us froze our good deal to FestalozzI and to his follow- Â¬ lingers and toes We were very glad ers for ridding us of the platoon method when we were snugly stowed away in of educating our boys and girls but it Is the sleepers We arrived at New York a serious blunder to suppose that every Feb 2nd after being nearly frozen and child should be educated as a genius or marched aboard the transport Sherman rather as a peculiarity Just to live well On the 3rd we started on our long voy- and honorably to keep the peace pay age across the Atlantic After a journey ones debts and be clean hearted is not of ten days during which time many to be a failure Teach the boy that and were victims of sea siokness and one vou will be likely to get a good boy and sailor and one soldier died we arrived a good man if you do not get something at Gibraltar on the 13th After burying astonishing In my onlnion said Dr the dead and taking a supply of coal we Jacques the schools should begin to left Gibraltar the 15th and sailed along teach that the real end of life is to create the northern coast of Africa The a good home and raise a happy family weather was good and all was well until This would bring about a good deal of noon of the 22nd day when a man who commonplace it i true but what we was sitting with his back agasnat the need to get rid of is these uncommonly chain rail was thrown overboard by the extraordinary folks with extraordinary chain breaking and before the ship notions and all sorts of outre charact- Â¬ could be stopped was drowned ers I am inclined to think that the And the 25th we arrived at Fort Said doctor hits the nail fairly well on the Egypt and spent one day coaling there head and that child Btudy has gone to We saw many strange and interesting BoOUe sights One of the strangest sights was I am not arguing for a low type a sort the ladles mode of dressing They wear of a universal man with a hoe How- a heavy veil covering the face exposing ever Millet did not mean to paint de- Â¬ their eyes only to the vulgar gaze of the generation in his picture He said of it world Another thing that was of more I haye tried to portray the animal get- Â¬ thau ordinary interest was the Sun ting off four legs Behold I show him worshippers already on three He shall yet be erect After leaving Port Said we sailed on two and his face illumined down the Suez canal and for three days by the sun shall be as Gods nothing met our eyes but a waste of bar- Â¬ face The Man With the Hoe ren sand On the 20th we passed the means progress He is looking up This mountain where it is believed God wrote isa good description of the oommoriplace the ten commandments that is simply looking forward and up- Â¬ We arrived at Perbkn island Afrioa ward That is an average good sort of March the 8th This seemed I believe human life But to look down never the most desolate place on jaarth the The commonplace does nothing of the only thing to break thefaifmotany of the sort It is a part of evolution Every- Â¬ surroundings being a native with a body who is looking up tan move along camel climbing send hllle Here we quietly and be very common The spent one day coaling leaving on the down lookers are another Bet constitu4th of March ting the real mass These are the unin We arrived at Colombe Geylan island dividualized not like others because un- - on the 0th Here we could ride all over Breckenridoe News - Â¬ FROM A SOLDIER BOY town for two shillings in a oart drawn by two natives The nail res gathered around us with many thinge to sell such aa monkeys parrots ass ahelw pearls and numerous other trinkets m They generally aek foer times the price thay receive for an article We left Oolombe the 11th and sailed down the Indian ocean an J on the 13th our band leader died With military bottom he waa bnrried at sea Toe 15th we arrived at Slnapote where the Inhab itants were mostly Ohlneee After tak Â¬ ing on ooal we sailed the 17 on the China eea and encountered some very rough weather and on the filed of March we reached onr destination We disembarked and marched oat to the Lnneta about one mile from Manila Here we pitched onr tents and remained for three days and it was Indeed refresh Â¬ ing to be on old mother earth onoa mors after beine huddled together and hemmed in the old transport for forty nine days On the morning of the 28th we smelt powder for the first time on the island near Malalos the insurgents Capitol where we were engaged in some very hard skirmishes through the bamboo thickets Four men were killed and several wounded Company D is now emoamped at Qulgua about thirty seven We are having miles from Manila some pretty hard times attending our out post duties We get to sleep one night in every three I think it will not last long for we are ordered to the front again One private of Company D has been absent sinoe last Sunday and the report oame in to day that he was found near Bolong our headquarters with his head cut off One corporal and one private from Company B and a beer sgant start Â¬ ed from Manila and were captured by the insurgents Now I have given you a brief idea of my journey from Fort Snelling Minn to Manila P I I remain yours Chas W Meykr Company D 3rd U S Infantry Â¬ PUBLIC SPEAKim Â¬ John P Haawell Jr Republican can didate for tha Legislature of Bracken ridge county will sp ak at the following I 1 places afoDaniel Wadnf aday October 96 Went View Thursday October 26 Ha Invitee Mayor 1 A Barry Deeno emtio candidate and Geo Hsroed the Populiet candidate to be present and par tieipata in the dteeuasione Any change In tbeee dates desired by the other candidates will be oonosdedat J Speaking he oommenoe at 1 tfoloek p ro BASKET That is COAL IS A JEWEL the verdict of all housekeepers who used BASKETT COAL as a fuel last winter traqic reward Tny t KaveHM HaBKetl One of Um moat unique and tragic caaea In the history of Georgia says the Atlanta Constitution was brought to a clone whan tha supreme court handed down a decision affirming the decision of tha lower court which will compel Mrs Sarah Campbell to pay the reward which she offered for the conviction unknowingly of her own son for the murder of his brother The hideousness of the calm aeeertlen that a mother must pay for the apprebea- bIou and conviction of her son to pay the penalty for murder la one of thoee things that rarely show themselves outside the covers of yellow literature and the fur- Â¬ ther fact that the murdered one was the brother of James Campbell only adds ten Â¬ fold to the tragic interest Down In Jasper couifty one day William O Campbell the eldest son of the Widow Campbell was murdered The crime was clouded iq mystery and the entire community was worked up to an excitement that threatened the life of the perpetrator of the deed had he been caught Immediately after It was discov ered The circumstances surrounding the murder were of a nature that baffled those searching for the faintest clews The man ltad been murdered and that was about all that could be learned But the mothers heart never gave up the Idea that some time the one who robbed her of one son and supporter would be brought to pay the full penalty demanded by the laws of man The thought of her son lying out thero In the cemetery unavenged preyed on her mind until she was nearly prostrated and then it was suggested by certain ones that If a suitable reward were of- Â¬ fered the guilty one might be found The woman grasped at the Idea like n drown Â¬ ing man catching at straws To her it meant the solution of the hideous mys- Â¬ tery So a paper bearing all the earmarks of law was prepared and Mrs Campbell signed it guaranteeing the payment of a certain sun for the arrest and convicÂ¬ tion of the murderer of her firstborn She says now that It was her understanding that a negro well known in the community was suspected and it was upon this statement that she consented to be re-Â¬ sponsible for the reward Had she known then that she was signing the death warrant of her only re- Â¬ maining son a son upon whom she lav Â¬ ished all the love of a lonely heart she would never have put pen to paper but this she could not know Fate plays queer pranks sometimes Scarcely had the ink dried on the paper offering the reward than her other son was arrested for the murder of his broth- Â¬ er The denouement came like a thunderbolt and the shock nearly upeet the reason of the widow Her own son the slayer of his brother The thought was sickening Then those who had arrested her son demanded the blood money To her It was like Shylock seeking his pound of flesh According to her own statement her soul revolted at the idea that she the one who had nursed this remaining boy from his birth and given him all the jealous affection of s lonely mother should pay to have him ihanged She refused to pay the amount of the reward and the claimants carried the matter to the courts to force hsr to give up the money agreed upon But law is not constructed on sentiment and the court found for the plaintiffs Mr Cam toll Mtut Sn Its Gpcki Its Points Are Numerous Ail Economical Coal Â¬ 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 J it has more substance and weight to it than fast burning coal e I Â¬ ITS A CLEAN COAL is clean Â¬ Â¬ All good bituminous coal produces clinkers so does the Baskett but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties THE BASKETT COAL 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 i r m m RHEUMATISM CATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured byB B B Bottle Free ta Sufferers is the deep seated obstinate caees It of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat- Â¬ ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al Â¬ ways promptly readies the real cause and roots out and drives from the bones joints mucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 Ba Large bot tles 1 six bottles full treatment 6 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme- Â¬ dy that makes real cures of all Blood We Diseases after everything else fail have absolute confidence in Botanic Blood Balm hence so you may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to Nkws readers Personal medical advice lree Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell St Â¬ SPECIAL PRICES IN ALT CAR LOAD LOTS ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Â¬ Pittsburgh Coal Company b aske3xhi kitt- TcrwPl SE Keep it in Your Heme And when the bowels fail to act proper- Â¬ ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative Syrup It acta gently but effectually on the kidneys liver ant bowels will keep your system in Rood working order atjd make your complexion clear DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IP YOU DO J P r i Ft 638 WRITE TO MONEY SAVBD BY GETTING WILL GOMRAN THEIR PRICB8 ON u Costly Conversations Long distance telephone conversations or rather a series of conversations re cently occurred between parties in New York and St Louis The total cost of them is said to be about 3000 most of the talking was done at night and the bill for one continuous conversation amounted to 71G This figure indicates that the talk must have lasted into the high priced day hours for anyone can converse from eight oclock in the even Â¬ ing to six oclock in the morning for 600 the rate being 1 par minute Special care waataken to avoid interruption by operators cutting into the line Ex Â¬ Â¬ Surgeon General Sternberg is in re Â¬ ceipt of an Interesting letter from his brother Major Theodor Sternberg pay msster and treasurer at Hollo - Major Sternberg says The horsing of this bat- Â¬ tery with native bulls Is the most pictur Â¬ esque fhhig In the army These are trdt- Taaaa Trottintc Balls la Warfare Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds LOUISVILLE KY LONQ DISTANOK TKLKHONK 4Q4 WILDER Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ iBffigfflflgBB9Bl Therell Be rPHE a Hot Time in the Old Commonwealth This Fall n November contests are going to be heated and you want to keep posted ially in your local affairs No paper is better prepared to furnish the political news of the local field than THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS with its army of country correspondents We will send the NEWS for one year and the Farmers Home Journal for nearly five years for the price of your home paper Â¬ Nothing helped me I expected to soon uie ol Consumption when I heard of The editor of the Farm Journal asks Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle Why have a mortgage on the farm gave great relief I oontinue to use it I cant poor orops sour bread grip leak in the anu now am well and strong This mar roof hole in the pocket skeleton in the say too muoh in its praise closet or any other pain or trouble vellous medicine ia the sureetand quick when yon can get the Farm Journal for est cure In the world for all throat and the balance of 1890 and all of 1000 1001 lung troubles Regular aiaee 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Hay 1002 and 1008 nearly five years by pay- Â¬ FILIPINO TR0CTIM8 BBXL ing a year in advance for the Brkckbn nes Drug Store every bottle guaranteed ting bulls The other day tha battery was yoked up and was three miles away ridokNxws This you oan do if you The XlHcte ana tB uemSBS in 96 minutes The men are proud of are not too late Mountain demons are widely distribut- Â¬ their bull teams and carefully groom ed throughout the world as far as China them The other day I saw one ot the and Japan Mines used once to dread men mounted oa a bull artillery saddle meeting them in the bowels of the earth herding the bunch One triad to break for In such a case It was believed that the herd and the mounted ball Jumped the face of the beholder was liable to be ditches outran the other and In all thlaas twisted round so aa to look behind him comported himself as well aa any herd all the rest of Ids Ufa Robert Burton pony could do however in discussing subterranean de Farm Journal for the balaaaa of ils says that the metal man la many places account it good luck a sign of aU of 1904 1001 IMS and MM eaf treasure and rich ore when they sea lyflva yearn to avary attbaatJbar who them These Imps are of course the lineal will pay oaayaar In a4utaa Jar tha descendants of the dwarfs of Teutonic Brrokmwmi Maws No batter farm mythology but northern Burope has no paper than tb Farm Journal Thla off monopoly in such supernatural dweller ar la only made to a HmUad jptabar underground though their characteris tics vary with their localities Gervaae mi one wne eocse jorwara of Tilbury an old chronicler of the twelfth century tails of a dark unfath Â¬ Tha Kartfeaa GapttcO omable lake on the almost inaccessible North aad south ar Jolaad hs tha summit of Meant Oanigou In the east ern Pyrenees where the demons have a material ot the national oapltol Ta dwelling that ia haw a palace for she central buildttf la oonatrnctaH of Vfrv but to moat people both the palace and gtnla sandstone painted wbMe TJ espec- Â¬ the demons themselves are invisible If axtenatoni a of Massif hnaslti iBfif any one drape a atona or other solid anb bla and M columns at Mm grind osa stance into the lake a tempest immediÂ¬ ately breaks out as though the demons tral pocfloo an monoUths of Mnte aandatooa 80 faat hits aad 100 were enraged at the insult unfM rf ta aacttiMtoa porttooM an f Uarylaad aaarMa His Life Was Saved Mr J Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it be says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo nia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I oouldnt even ait up In bed Fourth St Lpuiavilla Ky J M HARDIN Brandeb JK X f HARDIN -- WILDER 3DE0SrTXSITr Evwy FQlir0l Monday ln IN iRVINRTRN and Thursday aftar Bad Month Difficult work suoh m Bridge and Orovn a specialty Latest appliance uh1 Good work guaranteed Wdndy I am stilji selling Drugs I make the MEDICIN El ryice my competitors v M AT POPULAR PRICES ad im try to meet them you can be eon viueed of this by buying all your Drugfi c A Â¬ from me I lead otheia Â¬ try to follow k The P THE UP-TO-Dja- TU H1GGINS QROOER iiEfcm AXanewJUenne X2Brx355rcroasr aBBBBBawaBaeenaasaaneaaciaaaaacaaBaa aa m 100 A Thankful words written by abs Ada 1 Hart of Oroton 8 D Waa taken with a bud 094 which settled on my tonga cough eet in and finally terminat ed in Uonsamption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live hot a short time I gars myself op to my Savior determined if I ooold not stay with my friends on earth I would meet n ah sent ones above My huabawl wee aeVl risedtogst Dr Kings New Dieeoveni as That M aoMttoM aad easily digest ed Tb wbJta la broken Into a Jar with what milk la desired and the two abakao tboroMghly together A pinah alt may d added before drinking VBBBrnaWVVWB WavMeae II a chHd Bauds noorlahmant oaa of the ssnaptaac forms In which It can ba kea Is by tba raw whites of atja LOCUST LAWN HERD of If Jfegiatercd PoUnd China Swine uti afca It kU4 by Commoaeie U dunlihata lupaai of Bit r vltSout couMy aC Bg 3 Ty It m - P I dial HrM lor ooneomptioo eonghs and eolda I gave It a trial took ia ail night bottles he It baa cored me and thank God i am Vlsltor Oh yoa Indeed And are aaved nod new a well and healthy wo- Â¬ you ifolng to heaven tooT man Trial bottle tree at Short Hay- Littla Olri -- Oh no Im going with Ohronlcla-Tato-crap- h nas drug store Regular sis 60c and mammal Pittsburg 100 Guaranteed or prioa refunded WmI4 Oa VTtM 4ttto Oirt to TiattorV Mr foot man HeU go to hmrmo wont ktai caatiai that kof InSivMutl vlthlu h border r to An But we i nil aged We Mil aotkuw racoid rvii o lyting and lor nrt jiln bor iedyyou vmliij CUi Ul pig that lUil of Lic CU on oi addiM eer tipwnd u rateele cae rrejkfally u BtesSenrtdm Taw tact vwv wmmnmjwkvmm mHmmm bUbsI otfua an antMtt evmrrtaftTrwi Ti a iUUtt ifcfc rd U A FOOTE SON aaaftnaa Amen will raturn your morioy UWaLfMlTBy CATl tttaumm tmttummi the Baa ettato vttiAiei Bata eM aVajat AM htw tnb vm wbatkir ruptur la Urv or avwUi htal lUaoa iawtx uuuid Um IkhIt uu tu wtak IU wltjlr ruuftue I on rfctfhft UH9m and k iq eaua Miuo tmaa to roa wlU f tax it4 aai luu W M bMi a- rm Mej i youaM rutuw ratio w aaaiw rupture ura roar L AIM orar si ear m t MaalMilltaMlk nn aruanuun aa ea t r IU I a fwaai art It aa m1 um I av OeeNfta mt Breckinridge News V WEDNESDAY XTT 26 1899 mmm Bsawawawr H0ndewon DENUNCIATION Of sawfnrawawiiU KLKffJmBBk HHHwaW BL The Empire Disq Drill Bast Disq Drill Bade Thia ia a snpetb maohino and will givs pcrfsct satisfhotion whsr a Ho Drill will not work It will navar olof xm with corn stalks woods and or foul trash of any kind It dons not make any iffersno how hard the ground if or how thick the trash it will do exoellent and suooeosful work Theres just one right way to sow need lust one way thats accurate reliable antlprontable all at the name time and thats the EM PI KB DRILL war There are reasons enough to fill a book so weve filled one and will be pleased to tend it free to those who are stifBeieatly in- terested to nek for it Address Lnltttlk I MmlliUAWt M HI rtate teMf tweet fas No is I1 NM I 1 w BAST BOUND iNe l Democrats in General And The Little Democrat In Particular A Plea Por Th r f M He m r a SL avxam l aal nr IJaV vr fiBSM HmBalSjNiaV I Ye wwtvlUc Mearianoa BmIwU LLeaki B fcSvv Wertalafltoa OriSltB McMloalr QwtaMer RapaMIOM JLktm ojaa Â¬ Vote To Knivox or Nam Dxab SueHap pening to get bold ooe of yortr paper- Hstrrtolt meeseaeoi tbe fairest most inUrrtiR as well as impartial papers In tb stats A dw can derive ioior mauea in anost any branch ol business and learning bom It Tour Deaaeeratie owreeatJetits are like alt Deawerats klud that inherit their poThar litical wiein froa tfaelr sjieestors Thrjr bare neither tit enetg nor the brain to gather their own politteer kaorledg and keep up with the tint The man from Kirk Ky sarely baa not stadiei tli Democratic history ol Kentucky during the last 85 years or he wouldnt want a obanga from Bepabliean rule to the Democratic Incompetence and the debt making at the rate of 80 000 a year or SlOd000 up to 1896 Sinoe then the debt baa decreased Hi lore for his state ought to tell him bet tor Whatever mistakes the Bepabll oana bare made were oaoeed by Demo Â¬ cratic officials who obstructed and bin dared the wheels of the government whenevsr4hey eould If the Democrats really wasted to work for the beaeit of I ptcpjethey state and the good of eould haT done so but 80 yean of past government does not show It nor does the present Deatooratie party of the state sire any sign of doing any bettor The Kirk man talks of curse I think the Deoioorats of the past have been a curse to the state and the lata Louisville contention and also the Weaver admin Istration of this oity show plainly enough that the Democrats of today in the state of Kentucky hare lost all sense of decency rod of honest manhood The trouble with them is should Republi Â¬ cans win their administration will he too good and of so much beaait to the state at large that the Democrats wont get into power for years to come The prejudice of the man from Kirk over Â¬ comes his good sense and common hon- Â¬ esty toward his Republican neighbors As a general thing the Republicans in business and everything else rank as bigh in respect honor religion and hon Â¬ esty as the best of Demoeratavin the eyes of the Democrats themselves Why then elect dishonest and kicky Demo- Â¬ crats in preference to an honest Repub- Â¬ lican Yours Respectfully 8am Thomas Â¬ la latae dramas attrwMeae an 1imxc VMnT ewe sseeejtWI laattaa nt HWEy Tmita linn in aa4 eear That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thottssads of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Hick and Nervous Headaches Tbsy make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only Sftete Money back If not cured Sold by Short A Haynes Druggists MQQUADY Hss Reached Its Climax The bieyele has long ceased to a fad aad has become an urgent necessity to thousands of people There are many bicycle enthuslatts all over the land but ithaslwen left to a Mr Thomas W Dayis of Peoria ID to carry the love of wheeling and wheels to a redlculous extent by b tving the flure of his favorite Â¬ J W - gewen rtet S Roatyort lea lg i 440 46S fee in 910 Lewfopert - - KENTUCKY HawMrBI for Caialtn ft Twl Chy Shoe Falcon Petri fkiliaun WlnortGmrdul bsaattf at and hsaHbvu It strikes at tb root of all their tumble That M no menstmaldia order ache or pain wbfch H will not care It ia for tb budding girl the busy wife and tbe matron approaching the changw of Ufa At every tiring crisis la n womans Ufa k bangs health strength and happiness It eoets ioo of medieiae dealers For advice in reauiiiur special diraetkms addr giving symiptoms The Ladies Ad runiit The Chattanooga M sdidn Co Chat- tanooga The Breckenridge News AjSffiRICATSf ettpheaiBert Pierce Ledftwz w ejoaiQs Inrkirten kron Brandeebars Loar Braaeh Rock Harea Willow Dale Howard KentadcT Street LosiirHle Ualea Dep OaMon AdeHiefl Clorcrport IteH is n MB ts j 111 W sg Btj 667 oer II 50 ill HI I190an 8 Ar 8 g SM lo S4S N tvtC yiGRICULTURlSTJ icra If k iausozxirA Ta mmrmt l uann XXWIS of OeawvfllA ittnlr rSeTe4fcw AFTER MANY YEARS Pay Revisits OM Hamlets and Haunts r 4 fl at Ctevrport 4 tj v T - days vaoaUonso of ofcthe dear old hams first I arrived on tsain aad the iret lace I saw at the staUen was John Bab bagss Oh haw memory JweawWek through the rolling years to the time when we were bare foot boys together Now John had my trip all planned for me Dont imagine for a moment that I was not surprised and delighted at all the very great changes I found How dear old landmarks look 1 At first I could see nothing hut the beautiful girls and the silyer threads among the gold of the sweet young maidens I parted with long years ago We first strolled down by the river with its long graceful sweep The de vlining suns shadows threw fantaetlo rays on the oastle on the hill where we loved to shoot birds and gather nuts But at ever turn I see another beautiful woman Lovely girls are as common here as pebbles on the beach We cross the bridge tho not at mid nigh and way up in the dark shadows I see a party in beats where we used to go fishing But we haste as our horses stand waiting and we take a canter over the rocks and hills to that wonder of False teeth will do to eat with but wonders the Tar and White Sulphur glass eyes wont do to see with Loss of Springs I stand spell bound pea fails sight is a serious thing Granulated lids me now and bow my head in prayer I styes and son ayes often result in the Ive stood for hours and gased on Niagara loss of sight Sutherlands Eagle Eye Falls with its thundering roar Iye Salve is a guaranteed cure It strength Â¬ stood ob top of Echo mounaUn in Cali- Â¬ ens weak eyas It is harmless fornia oar great American Italy and have seen the Pacific ocean with son Por Aged Masons rays setting in tbe distance They told At the last session of the Grand Lodge me to raise my voice and hear the echo of Kentucky Masons which was held in I waved my hat in the air and hurrahed Louisville last week it was deoided that for old Kentucky Far in the distance It build an addition to the Masonic Wid- Â¬ I eowld hear as in a dream Kentucky ows and Orphans Boms which addi- Â¬ Kentucky I and I clesed my eyss aid tion is to ooat 150000 and he used for wondared if would aver tread the blue I aged and Infirm Masons It will be began great at once and will be completed before John keeps palling me along bat hare October 1900 when the Grand Lodge I see aaother beautiful girl Its Just in will again meet in Louisville the Wood First oome first served j so march up What makes Kentucky horses so fine 7 and pay for the Baarxwainax Nnws a What makes th ansa grow large aad year ahead This will secure that good brave And by gam what makes the little paper the Farm Journal for the gals soheaotifnl John I am not In my balance of 1899 and all of 1900 1901 IMS dotage and 1903 nearly five yearn without any We relarn by way of tbe seaaetery farther pay Shall we hear torn y Tread lightly bam and leanninst all alone within one week T of that white Ibove beside the Mp senool girl sweetheart in Btoifeag Ions LILAC VALLEY ago and Uess God Im spans to visit course I bad only a fW I thoacht adn make of wheels inscribed upon his mon- Â¬ Mil ument above ths place where his name Princes In Journalism will be placed when he shall have made imtMJl lalMmntmiM I Mi uu his last century run ptmetleal ppr of 1U kind Mr Davis is seventy one years old and Journalism ones one of the most de- Â¬ FAIM FEATURES i Baiu hot- tlealtare Poultry Market spised of professions Bays the St Louis has been a bicycle crank for many years ardenUir and otter topics written br practical and Qkb Deinoerat is now becoming a call- Â¬ In the lnBt ten yeais he has ridden al- Â¬ nevMaral farmer UlaitratM br blo artlitf maks it to all In raral lection The lateat Markets ing that may be described as aristocratic together 67403 miles which is more than aaa vtnaiweni Ameaitura are BBsxeeued ftttrw twite the distance around the globe if oaa takes into account tbe many men FiMliV EFATUBFf1 8aertMertUtMtraa Work the and women possessed of blue blood or JL CMk Fuaale foUaston JL ii oo JJ rolk Pace etc make SAND CAVE FLAT of titles or of both together that are to taiaparloBteta4iBetorthepeelalrjai7Hiper be found in its ranks in the Old World A good rain last Tuesday where connection with the press does Drilling wheat is tbe order of the day not any longer constitute an obstaole to admission to any good club or even Wedding bells are ringing west of this from entrance Into society FIEE YE1I MOb aaa HUlUin Aiinb-place m betow are precented portpaJO wluTtne Al Among tbe names given In this arti Hewitt Hawkins will occupy the Hen- Â¬ urAoawuLTTOiTXXAa Book and AuonAfl for 1M9 TliU cle of titled personages who have been CyelopeSUof ProereasandlCTenUln ry Flock farm next year Whole Worii A Market Ouldei Complete Almanac the actively engaged In journalism are those i A B Lay visited Mr and Mrs John Mrr ZlZrY1 WTOi Rererenee Work on STOry of Prince Bariatinsky of St Petersburg BahjectofTlmelrlnterMtPertalBlnKtoAKrtealtarelB utrr Comiaeree Iahlln Ani aad Lord Gleneek proprietoraad editor Barr ntar Prt ston the 14th and 15th of Men ReUsloa and ProcreM It li alio an AUf of the London Morning Post Viscount this month ercaleadan the Weather aatroaemleal BaU AKAO Hlati rBaohMoaU Bate etc Mr Oarwile visited his sister Mrs Mountmorres is at the present time edi- Â¬ Williamp near New Bethel last tor and business manager of the Scottish Wm Life Lady Greville a plerees of the week realm earns her living by writing week Mrs Poster MrKanghan who was very American ARrlcaltarUt SAMPLE Q0PY of ly letters on social etiquette and fashion siek last week is much better at thus TTrr11rni IBtae AMJemiOAlV AQRICtlLTtmiST Kew Tork CKy in the London Graphic while Lady writing Randolph Churchills son derives impor It is Orafton Cashman instead cf Cun- Â¬ tanoe aad prestige from his connection ningham as was set up in my items last with the London Times The proprietor week that has renttd tbe L B Helm of London Truth and its editor Henry farm Labooobere M P are related to half Maston Roberts near Haiti Dell who the peerage while the late Esrl of De Â¬ his 80th auniversary Oct 8th sert was the managing editor of another celebrated was quite ill last week but is Improving London weekly paper at the time of bis at this time death Hand as your ads and items and alto all the newspaper At Madrid nearly a 15 d nixr duoi rtnn waiiv ant VAas1 tiff AM81 wi proprietors are titled and at Berlla a tjuui DUMsuiiuvuo rti uo AJAAvnnnntiAi rNxws This scribe will take pleaauie la long list of nobles of both sex are to be found among -- the contributors to the sending them in Address Mrs A Glayoombs 84th anniversary dally aad weekly prom The priaespal Mason for the invasion occurred Oct 14 Mrs Oarwile whose D of the members of the Old Werld aris 50th anniversary occurred the same day tocraeyyinto tb ranks of touraalism and and Mrs B Lay were guests of Mrs for theaumber of titled personages to Olaytomb be found ia the proteoaien to the fact Is local option a failure This lathe that pstectoai seasldsratfon nowadays is money making and an intelligent man question that presents itself to tbe mind possessed of any special knowledge or of every thinking citizen of Lewieport experience eaa earn more tbe first year ee and in most all other local option that h takes to writing than an average every thinking mesas er of tbe diaioaiatitservieet a of towns bat certainly fiosref the army or of the navy rceeivoa eltisen knows that the local option law as salary after he has served for fifteen k not to blame for the present eondl years tioss Let tbe law be enforced and will iawssdiately Dr Bells Anti Pain contains no opi- Â¬ these conditions ate cocaine or chloral and may safely change Where are the town officers be given internally to children for re Are they smuggling their jugs too If Heylng Colio Cholera Morbus and Sum- Â¬ the town officers have gone astray sail on a IT S detective and walk them up Druggists sell i mer Complaints too It seems that we have yery few A Grand Conclave law abiding citizens in our towns- The Tbe Knight Templars of America laws are not enforced Local option is have accepted the Invitation extended treated as though there were no such by the governor of Kentucky ths Mayor law Gambling goes on In open ef Louisville the Board of Trade and tbe daylight It la a boast that ear Commercial Club of Louisville to hold jails are empty and our lawyers idle Is fheir grand encampment In that city It because our citizens are law abldlnf Aueust 1901 This large Masonic meet or la it because the law is not enforced Certainly the time is not far distant will probably briag S9O90O to 900000 wha our town county and even state people to the oity and Louisville having officers will not need to know the law had time to recover from tbe Carnival aad our lawyers baye to resort to some Sad th Midway microbes will do Ken other 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60 12 66 ig 8 46 0 00 - ii 5 100 in DaBy Ar Kwh Asklns Oak FordsTOl Lv IS IS rM Stt 415 400 2 ALL WHO PAY FOR THE Tretes 41 4s 43 and 44 aeaaeet ot Irviactea with Traku Not 3 and c for petal on KordsviJ braoca Train a 3 4 and 5 rua dady Trala No s sad 4 eoaaect at IrVlegton wkh Mala Ltae trains 41 4 41 and 44 In dh ana 1- I fa fcV The much needed rain has J O Dowell is vary ill at Ami writing SO Dowell want to Loolsvills last Saturday on business Mr Sam Dowell attended the Parks aale at Ollfton Mills Utorday Ban Hollie Neafua spent Saturday day with Mr and Mrs Sam DowalL Misars Nannie and Nettle ffeajaa werethegnaats of Miss Nellie Dowell The mat of my stay - was a round of hanrtshasjat sad lavitajtanc to din It lane bar to way plsim where The Say John m endow grasj is Una Yoa at mighty lnoky to many a girl Ilk 8 - t lirPhf I nosltionatTow oontaitlyvors Snohwomnneedthoen el and treatment of n wonaan who nnderatanda the peetdlar tronbla of her WNKHAM ayn that irritability indkatM diaeaae Women who are narvoua and snappish are to bo ytitod Tberrhotma are nnoosafortabl their dl - M iniiniui Bookkeeping Shorthand FeneuusaiprXtertaaght 86 eash Fall courses I or yoa can pax ad Fat EERYDAY fjRamnb4P WwtrlFmm I Mm AJOfA B A QRBAT OWTUl A nums Jaswwjat Fresn now to Bnndey Nearly Ftv Years hnr io Mrs Melissa Bewley spent Monday and Tuesday with her patents Mr and By Mrs J 0 Dowell paMawjuis a the Faun Janmal am as TV KS- - r fe- T The Ontnriaad Presbyterian church nanortooTssynub at Irvington wHl bs completed and ready eaetdteoarth sartbarwho pavs forth Baaoanwainos for service la a short time Maw on ahrLfor onlvtlthh Mr and Mrs Robert Boll of Irving paper Jay In arte of oar only oar ton spent Monday and Tuesday with paper on year and the Farm Journal Mr and Mrs SamDoweir from now to December 1908 nearly fir Miss nusie and Natl Hardestv ware the yearn Tho Vara Jaasnal b an old guests of Misses Mary Hamilton and established fan Mtoyhag fnsat noan Nellie Dowell Sunday evening larity one bast and most asefol Mr John Livers has moved with his farm papers pahMahati wile and children to hia heaaiirel little atwTThls oVr ahoold be aoseptod home Congratulations from all without delay Oscar Dowell Mias HeUie Bandy aad Dick Sipee were the guests of Misses Pin and Hottie Halt last Wednesday night Miss Tula O Daniel of Haidlnaburg Messrs Thurwan Dowell Jesse Haynas ths correanonding atei ttary of tb Wo and Miss Nlas Anderson wen the gnests mans Foreign Mtanonary Sodetj of of Miss Uettte Bandy last Tuesday LoalvUleOoalfMooWito make a report of the work don In the Etiaa night Mm lah Hem Mrs Ul Hnaavisk betbtown Dhwfiat which wotrawdst the tajoatteth anaaal mostlag of thatsoctoty at reaavllla Ky Friday Jane S8 1899 the WfteaapfeM m ff Mtw tXTmEBEBSBBSKfimimSmi yt Bfakaaat at Lynn nines Jeetadvioe Kow the writoat i I wish to thank yon for what yonw Vejetabl Ceaif ettnd hae rtono for m It haa helped ao arad for a loof U with nee aKMaelMMt iMryiiriac I wosjimeec pshu in ondtand Unta and failing of the wombj alwhadnwrnhrla in my head and conld not Ueep I told y ansoana xnai k thW Mats be done X wag nearly frantic with nd of pais Hnvine tho wonderfnl care to Mr dale Coon was all run down hi toclth and had oomplklylost eontrol of her nerves Site wrota Hall of Mill ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE Books aad bleaks rasa The principal oi thai schea the aataar of the uammo system o bookheepiae which I ttsed la tmowmnM el pablk aad ptfirat schools laekteieg th pabllc scheet ol New York aad other large cities The lxaowu eystern of Shorthand is taught Stadeat front every But You caa graduate ia your srARi time be It ever so little eniiatM mlrttl t iieHtsit SracuL KATM TO TH WHO 100 OR 900 PER MONTH SSMD rol CABAtOOUS ATOHCX SCHWARTZ SCHOOLs LauUvrtt aasa Wert Je4frea Ky fff LYONS 4 BBBBBVBJtfa s NBARXY FIVB XJ1JRS RemtvlndBr ol 1800 TRAK MARK ntnMe Coroponnd had tisslnniusd Idatatninejd LyRPtaaJiamsVsgv fb io try it and am happy to aay I it I nave taken am eared I raeonunend it to all thy friend and neves tin of saflinf tho benefit 1 hava oasivad from it ae I hay yam alone to thank for my reoovery asHwH f LAXATIVE 1001 and J1 of MdlOOS 10QO 1002 SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR Â¬ If r pvs- - vry A nil Mna BJumr avur iito Monntain ftt Pnlladalphia Pa writes DnaJi Mas Pin mam Three yearn ago I wa a enflsrer from ohrooio eVepepsia wee Uriuble end oaa aay ttd oM Flaa L Ja ariYygr - J WR K Titte otftmiM by ipe3cULjjangcment with eiM Farnarjoir itftlJi nd it Mr fDlSTlPA7ttN CIQUIU rAATlVC a lazatksiawtae lor U etttf tana FfllwP wei tt F 3t hares - in eA wazy TOB POiiBi ontof lwaconasdbnttssdani Tmtham 09 nsM by the 7aaaMa yctfaa4raaabrnkiau JT SiJtM 1 adranawafwttk him B waff of th mmmrfm RaK Jsa OlaOVBJafjynT SCY mrrwi- ran uiiiiia an a r f week to rlatt their oM noma ia Virginia T 0 Lawto the Jeweler will hay a taiga ataxic of holiday goods Mm season I T 0 Bafebtfa Baton m4 TtfriWn Jesse Ktnoblo- - who beadles the ax Jess fnm tU depot la oath sick list MESDAY OCT 15 II Mr Matthias Baker ofshbw8priap Ohio omnty wtM vMtmg bare laai week HARDIN8BURQ Baertnaa Ball aad Id Osthrio spent tttedajraiatiielHrisfUle Oamival last J O Rodd of Owensboro was bere week louder Mies Tula Daniel after a visit of sw at 8t Lows baa Hearsed W Dillon risking at KvanstfU SCKENRIDGE NEWS Also a nobby line of mena aadorwoar Eclipse Tho nsisonaas needs a new roof Start jd tto yonng ladies have boon aoHdtfng fund for the purpose bat they havent raised qoito enough money as 1 aad 45 yat nk to eee yoar 07a on the Eclipse Oieest rlttlday goods look Millar Oo are barfa a W far floor thta MI Amos Board baa soae heek aa alerk Ita B P Beard 4b Co Mr and Mrs John P Haewell west to Moterport last Sasday Br Thomaa Gardner of Hopkinville Itas vieiting here a few dajs ago The new pastor preaehed hks first eer aon last Sunday at Mt Z4oh K Mrt Q W Beard who baa been vielt- g in Louisville baa returbed home Hat aad Henry Shrewaberry left last I Pan up Thats the counsel very eften giren by a well meaning person to is slipping UWUU WUV sick of typhoid fever Richard May is on the sick list Ha Willie Board of Otrenaboro oame up aceompaaied Dr Baker to Louisville Saturday for a two weeks visit last week to consult a physician Mrs Mary Oompton of near Pierce I cant If you need anything ia the jewelry visited her son T But intem Oompton last perance is only a form of disease and line Mr T 0 Lewie will be glad to week there may come a time in the progress see you and make you some prices Hal Drane was In Louisville last week of any disease when it cant be stopped George Simmona and Miss Daisy buying a stock of goods to put Thats what we mean when we talk of in at ualloDiuir consumption Its like a Meador will be married this eyening at Clifton Mills horse running away with us We cant the residence of Mr Ab Davis in this Tho vicinity of Clifton Mills is a good stop it Strength will atop the wildest horse city place to go to buy a farm The foyer Is iBtrengtfi is the great necessity in the James D Johnson of Garfield was still on down there here last Monday and employed Survey- Â¬ Medical Discovery has cured thousands Webster Is no longer a voting place or Royalty to go out and make a survey who had obstinate cough bronchitis and we will all have to go to Clifton Mills weak lungs spitting of blood emacia of bis lands to vote in November tion and similar ailments which if negÂ¬ The new cburcb out at Kirk is all lected or unskilfully treated lead to con It is better for any political party to sumption It cures by strengthening the eompleted except the seats Theee will suffer defeat than to elect its party nom- Â¬ luna and civincr them tower to throw be plaoed in before the next regular inee to office if he la a bad man off disease troubled with bronchltU and preaching aervioe I had What think you the writer of the catarrH of the head for eirht yean had eevere coach and at time pre difficulty in breath-lna-- 7 The new piece of macadamized road Declaration of Independence would writes T W Howerton Sua of BigihU A portion of the time my near the depot is a good piece of work Hancock Co Tenn think of Goebulism were be aliye appetite was poor and part of the time I wai It should have been extended to the unable to dotanvthlnar I had been treated bv Fred Moormans face is wreathed with our beet country jhyiciana for several year but railroad crossing smiles occasioned by the arrival of a with tittle benefit I had been reading about nr medicine tor several year but hadnt ranch Mise Mary Laaleur who has been bere little boy at his bouse the 21st Inst itb is it Latt apring I concluded that I would try it and before I had taken one third of a for some time is expecting to leave in a Clifton Mills seems tobe taking on bottle of Dr Pierce Ooldcn Medical Ditcor short time for Missouri where she may new life and it Ib quite probable that ery and Pleaunt Felleta I began to mend Z continued taking it until I had taken seven this old town will be heard from again bottle Jfow 1 feel like a new man and can do spend the winter s day work as any man I advtte all MIsu Emma Kurtz and Mrs Luoy ShardMend who are diseased to take Doctor RileyJohnsonof Hudsonville was here Pierce Golden Medical DUcorery last Monday and had his license renewed Kurtz went to Hardin county last week The Peoples Common Sense Free Send stamps to in the County Court to sell liquors at to attend the Miller Kinkead nuptials Medical Adviser free mailing only Send a I that point another year Taylor the Republican candidate for pay expense of one cent stamps for paper covers or 31 We have just added to our stock some Governor is remarkable ip one respect stamps for cloth binding Address Dr boys suits at 1 75 and mens pants at 90 at least not one syllable detrimental to JL V Pierce Buffalo N V -- ow down tlffe road of alcoholism And when the answer comes I cant stop the man is perhaps reproached for the cowardice of that phrase All too roads loading out from this town are m good eondition The road grader ban been pot to good asja and it la to be hoped thai tho roads may hold an to their prevent oondition for time The Baptist mind which bae Bates of fee Betes MMtn Oow BOtttg 6a at Olortr Creek for the last ajy Joly Btatioa wm la lew last waste bag see drawing larae crowds JamWsMMjr The uomaiHHltT has bee greatly bene iljev Mr Petty and kwiiy the new flies by the work aad the church pastor of the M JC shares ajrVreTlaet ajej Tbaradey WEBSTkR Mr Will Dellaven and Mlaa Olara Da Jernette were married la Louisville last Goebellem is not Democracy Wednesday Wheat is makiBg a alee growth Jesse Bailee of Troy lad waa the guest of Mies Allie Wilt last Saturday The health of the country Js slightly and Bqnday Improved T 0 Lewis the jeweler ia at bis plaee Is it not about time for this town to of business again aad will begtad to see go dry hi old friends The tobaooo crop cured up well and is Mra J W Bigbam left last Wednes of a pretty color day for Marion Ky where ahe wll1 Mies Anna Okyoomb Is vreUiag in join herhasbaad Henderson county Miss JBIa Collins who baa been vlelt Bora to the wife of Charlie Braee a lngMrs P Dillon retaraed to her bbme flae boy the 30th I net in Cannelton last week J Q Biggi was here last reek talkiag The special earried out a number of tobacco to our farmers our people last Monday far Louisville T G Jordan and son Lee are quite to see Barnnms great show Jl him la any way bat yot been uttered Brandon Garden one of the beat citl sana of this community died tbe 30 Inst of typhoid layer leavin a wlte aad tear small ehUdrea The sympathy of tho oommnnlty foot oat to the btroev ed family From the recant exprasatoae of oar loading oaadidatsa for BepraaenaUlTe faet that wo will w are awn rod bava aa advocate of tbe oaoae of tern arttoeeia tho aoxt Hoaoe tram thta feat Wejagrat that wo hare not It saM ataavaaoa Iron all oar oaadi- vjpaaasaaj mm onto a board bill asaatiansag to tlM Acoordloff to the Inquirer Garner went to tbe Roby bo ise on Saturday night of last weak and secured hia board on orrdit saying ha bad iA 00 on daaoait with Mr John Davidson on whom he aave aa or- - CANCER 18 DEADLY f This fearful diaeaae often flrat appeara as a mere scratch a Dimple or lump in the breast too small to attract any Cuas Out of Tn A notioe until in many oases the deadly disease is fully developed at List Oanoer can not be cured by a surgical Oil mmUpg because the disease is a virulent iiOTtnrouahout the system and although MaaOttinifawbioxrBir Qa aflM tw nbwiwInuMHi an tb CnoeiF max be ottt avnr thu poitM ntTjaiai m tbe blood and promptly breaks out afresh with renewed TioletMe Th wooderful suocsssof S 8 8 in curing obstinate deeseated Wood disaasss wWoh were considered incurable induoed a few de s skill 0 sMirhag auffems to try it for Oanoer after sxliaurttaK fcTphysioiAns wtahoot a ours Much to their delight 8 S S proved eqaal to the disease and promptly effeoted a ours The glad saws spreaa raptaty ana n was soon aenransvravsa htyond doubt that a ouss had at last bean foaad for deadly Oanoer SMdenoe has aoou mtnasftd whioh is inoontvorertible of whioh the following is a specimen MQktwMr nandisarv fee oar famihr mv lather a sister aad an aunt having died from thta dreadful aawasa My feelings may M imagined when the horrible dtseaso made ita appearanoe on my aide It waa a maMgoant Oanoer eating inwardly inooh a way aa to eaaa great alarm Tbe dhwaee seemed beyond the skill of the doctors for their treatment did no good whatever tbe Cancer growing worse all the while ins s femes Nwbmhms remedies were used for it but tbe Cancer mahmmi that i waa nnn tw bsmuiuv nthara until itfuntlv far T VnoW ooomeu Oanoer ia especially how deadlV in MIaw aha nf UiA A 8 wbJpfc from the when inherited I was advised to try Swifts Speotfo der aw IS100 beatdaa aaourlag M oents frbattha clerk Mr a J uolaehain Wba tbe order waa presented to Davidson be refaaad to pay It saying be had ao money bsloaginf to Gaynsr In the oteantlme Qayaar had retaraed to Rmfts FaWI It Whb Uwiaaort aad tbe warrant for hia arraaa waa sent her fan 4v aPn aBjaaaBtaBBaBafj eMaPaVaawsBjp LKWtfPORT Davy Brodaky of Hairesrille erSja aaajsaarajaajsaj spent Saaday bere Bev DeWiM of the M Church baa ben1rflaeftlKedfB the Lewleyort Oir ealt H L Myers aad wife Walker Bllneoe and J T Blackford attended tbe Carnival Â¬ Â¬ J bn at Lonteville laof week Hon Thos S Pettlt he of the acrobat- Â¬ ic proclivities spoke bere Thursday sight to a good aadieaee Mr Pettits speech was a very aredl table oae from his point of view and waa well received Postmaster Myera baa afpeiated Mkar Georgie Pell as bis deputy Mies Pi li is a very brlgt and nopaiar young lady and the honor oould not have been more worthily bestowed Dr George Dawson a prominent young pbysioUa of Stanley Ky and well known to the people of this pine where he formerly resided is reported ae very ill of peritoaltie saperlnduoed by lung trouble with but slight chancei Dr Dawson hat mttny for recovery friends here who hope bis oondition is not as serious as reported Hon D R Murray of Clovirporr Is billed to sptwk at Pierces school bout fonr miles south of town thb Wednes Â¬ day veniug at 630 in the interest of the Music Halt ticket Mr Murray is a gilt ed orator and will no doubt be greeted with a large and appreciative audience It has ocenred to me that if some of the correspondents of the country news- Â¬ papers would pay more attention to the news of their reepsetive localities and lees to the political issuee of the day it would add to the interest of their com- Â¬ munications Leave national polities to the Metropolitan dial era Give them a chance and if they dont handle such questions to your liking then jump onto them with both feet No dc ubt suoh heroic measures would have a salutary effect and would oausi them to become entirely submissive to your wishtB and views as regards politiM The Oweneboro Inquher of Thursday contained an account of the arrest of J E Hayner of Lwieport on the charge of obtaining money under false pretense aud also of defranding the Roby Hquhb AaMr Qayaar i a hard working and nonstable man Jt is bat justtoeto him to give tbe real faotat tads ease Oi the night atatdd Mr Craynar want to th e Boay hones some wbai under the inno- eaee of liquor aad applied for lodging which w given him On tbe follow- lag DKKaing be dieoovered that ha waa shy a watch and 36 00 In money This fact he reported to tbe elerk OWebatn wbo waa an eld aeqaalntaaee aad who knowing that Geyser bad been intoxi oated the evening before suggested that hemigt nave given the valuables to some friend for safe keeping Qayaar replied that be might have given tbeen to Mr Daykleoa and on the strength of this supposition Obinbaia volunteered to loan Gayner OOoente which the latter promlaed to return to him when be readied home Gayaer then weat to Davidson aad learned that be bad left no money with him He then returned home and was Just in the set of remit ting tbe money to Obiaehain when be waa confronted with the warrant Mon Accompanied by Marshal baek to OweMboro and the matter was brought up ia Senlre Sutherlands oourt who after hearing the faes in the ease promptly dismissed tbe defendant Mr Gayner naturally ftela very sorry over tbe matter anp thinks the treatment he received at tho bands of Oblnchain was far from that whioh should have been aooorded an old ac- Â¬ quaintance and friend day morning JB r Â¬ - first day foroed out the poison I continued its use until had tabear eighteen bottles when I was cured sound and well and have had no symptoms of tbe dreadful affliction though many years have elapsed 8 S S M the only car lorCanoer- - Mbs8 M Idol Wtoeton N Jons Gayner went Our book on Cancer containing other testimonials and valuable information will be sent free to any address by the Swift Speeulc Gonpaa Atlanta Georgia MAI 1LJJ a JW k Have Returned Mr H L Stader and Mies Rosa Ryan after an enjoyable visit of eevergl days to hie fathers home in Hardin county have returned home QUEENSWARE M HaHoweM Party The young ladies of the Baptist ohuroh will give a Halloween party at the K of P ball Tuesday night the 31st Re- Â¬ freshments and mnsie No admission charged Every one Invited Mammoth line of Queens ware for sale In biir large stock we have cup and saucers plates of all sizes ceat platters AT MARVEOUSLY LOW fl New York Dental Parlors 642 FOURTH STREET 542 MAKC H0 MISTAKE BUT IN THE RIGHT PLACE OITIU 0 andftvegetable dishes and we are selling jj ESTABLISHED 1888 ffl ffl R0 - - r AjHHiSJKL PRICES KFESS THERE IS 4 for-- m aaaaaaaaaaw BJ AITD AataHl aaaaaaaaal -- aaaaaaaaaal aaaH pi laH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aneneeew mmmmm B Hi aaaaHiH ILeenenaef H W tataaaaillllll METHOD IN QUE fflAD- LeaaaaaaVaaaaaatS3 Wehave th b largest anl bestpqmpped Dental Office south of the Ohio River We were the flrnt to reduoe the price of Dentistry to bring it within tbe reach of all Teetty Extracted 2e tilled wjtb Amalgam 60e Filled with Gold and platinum Al Â¬ loy 78c Filled with Gold 100 and up A Good Set ofeeth 600 Beet Set of Teeth no Better made 800 Old Plates Repaired and made as good as new We extract teeth absolutely wkfaont pain We are the only dentlsta In tbe ajty who extract your teeth aad replace them with temporary teeth same day Sundays from 8 a re tlU 12 oclock Lady always in attendance i P W1 Rz We waut to use our space goodf I other We are crowded and must get I We have just added a new stock of MENS WOMENS and CHILDRENS shoes We have bought largely and will guarantee prices and quality Try us rid of tfyis lot of Queenswaie at once COME EARLY AJffD t J- I t - fl AHD MAKE YOUR SELECTION THXIWD PAD AA A A This shoe is not what yoii would expect to get for UUK LJiAUlill f UK 1UU 250 but it is of a fair quality of leather Xondon Toe well bewed and double sole AT1D riAlUTD17TTnnAD AT 4 OR Full stock dirt excluder wilh automafic buck 1 1 1 UK A 1 UUlt UUlTlrr 140 le pegged double sole and for generalVice cant be beat at the price Very flne uPP6r stock i1 MUWC TDUC0 CUAU Jt beats UUK IlIJCillO UKDOO OllUll stitched and hignly finished In every way a Wd- AT1D a11 V some shoe at 250 you would pay 300 fqr elsewhere ne ace snoe verv so handsome toe do to wear any I imCC PfllUnni A LAUICO UUnlUULA where and we only ask 125 for it It is as good for the money as can be made We have a sou better grade at 148 Our stock of childrens shoes we think has been well leleetd W have ypi JJk laTa asAtTseaaaa vSeEJfiSnw two LaaT aQI K e sUhtl HD MDHbIT HRD M Mai n m mmrMftWMfcaV anal tt Mad to and aTWh wUl isod Ursfl or Msiail fforftff tutd th volt by txipnH O O D ubjci I j ofltoeaAd li foand mi leVOtOrr WM IMM H MbbM s sprM SSSSBSSsk SMttia hu UM 1MIUB lining TTltllflf IM rtrto m Sftlw Mtllw Urt Mtkl wMr rMMha sUmI HulM Cammuw BAA hulMn MMI UMM MpMUI ktaSM fc talsi t a a TTint fjaLAavaaaatai mfcal fluillilHl tit nfill4ja Mll takaaakaltBLa nM OaaTMaww IK 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