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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WALL VOL XXIV TH NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT 1 OLOVEEPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER THE CITY ELECTION Judging rem the number of candidates ADDITIONAL LOCAL 1899 NO 16 A Grand Old Man Has Passed Away HARDINSBURG Bovs bnce panto Arthur Goodman child 40ots fnrOttr Council this ysar it would seem that an unusual Interest ia felt In the Mr Fairleigh Dies In Owensboro At the Age James L Of 79 AS BORN IN MEADE COUNTY He Was A Life Long Republican And Cashier of The Meade County De- Â¬ posit Bank Until Its Liquidation When Gladstone paw Just as truly and sin ed beyond we Mid A grand man has gone oerely do we that knew Mr James L Fairleigh say from oar hearts Well done thou good A grand old man has gone to hie reward and faithful servant oome up higher into the joys of thy Lord I Mr Fairleigh aged seventy nine year died at noon last Thursday in Owensboro at thehome of his daughter Mrs Ohepeze Wathen from acute pneumonia after an illneee of five days He was bom in Meade county in 1820 At one time he lived at Eumsey Ky where he was in the sawmill business with his brother Henry Mr Fairleigh was for many years engaged in the dry goods business here He was a life long Kepublioan and served as Chief Deputy in Gen Murrays office when he was United States Marshal and made his home in Louisville He canoe baek to this plaee and was a most efficient reliable oashier of the Meade County Deposit Bank from its organization to its liquida- Â¬ tion Mitts over a year ago He then went to Owensboro Mr Fairleigh was a devout Methodist having embraced religion earlvinlife He never turned aside from a Christians path His whole long pilgrimage was a continuous sermon Mr Fairleigh was one of the few that really observed the Golden Bale in social politi- Â¬ cal and religious oiroles He was firm but conservative He was an interested Sunday school teacher in his younger days 1 -- -- k nanagmeHt of municipal affair and Wfll it is that th m Interest is felt for the eoaneil to bo fleeted will become the custodians of the city funds Including f 4000 sinking fund ami will regulate house the rale of taxes for two years to oome 6000 turkeys wanted at Miller Bros and In that length of time will have am Go pie time to commit blunders whloh will John MeGavook was in town last Wed embarrass the citys finances for years to nesday or will have two years in which to Wanted hM down the rate of taxes and build Bros Go 6000 large turkeys at Miller up the now healthy sinking fund and Ladles If you want the latest oollars better prepare the town to meet the 80000 obligation we aesnmed when in go to Siilwrs 1880 we Issued 5 per oent bonds amountoranges and cocoanutc at Banana ing to that sum whloh are due in 20 Jule Apples y ars and thereby secured for Glover Cash fjrohlokenaandeigs at Mlllei port the location of the L H k St L Bros Oo It It shops Phone 6 ring 2 and Sulztr will bring It seems to me that there has never your groceries been a tlmo wben more pare should be George Baker of the Texas road taken in the selection of men to man speut Sunday here age our olty affairs than at the present fur we must continue to add eaoh year a Mr and Mrs Charlie Hamman spent considerable sum of money to the sink 8unday at Addison ing fund and at the same time avoid Mies Elizabeth Bowmer has gone to an exeeesive lax aud to do this men of Louisville for a few days sound judgement should be selected Mrs Hiram Blair oounty is quite ill who entertain ideas of economy and not with typhoid fever Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Xew goods at Reisers Bay your eatables from Sulmrs New hato at Mies Judith Millers Children cry for Jute Stppels eandles Bseoh nuts are plentiful in the woods Somebody ought to build an opera BcIIpse baa a very aiek The Teaohers Association will meet at Uarned next Saturday Mrs Robert MoGurfin went to Guetnn laet Thurday and returned Saturday night C B DavIb who lives near Harned is expecting to move to Louisville in a few weeks Rev F M Petty will preach next Sunday morning at Bphesus at 11 oolook J A Witt went to Stepensport and Owensboro last week for a few days recreation Jus Brown and Jesse Whltworth wont to Hudsonville last Thursday to attend the speaking Call and see our line of childrens hoods at lGcts They will cost you 26cts elsewhere Eclipse Meeeers Fapenheimer and Bridges two Louisville tobacco dealers were here last Wednesday Rev A H Davis went to West View last Thursday to conduct the funeral services of Mr Wm Henninger Mies Tula Daniel went to Jefferson- town last Wednesday to attend a meet- Â¬ ing of the Womans Missionary scclety Allen Guthrie has taken a clerkship with Baker Bros Alfred Heeeton who has been with them for some time will go to Cloverport to live If the weather is favorable next Fri- Â¬ day the Womans Missionary society will meet in the country with Mre Sal lie Miller Last Saturday night the negroes in this town were on a big drunk It is said there were fifteen jugs of whiaky Baring VAl Powder BJVBVaU Jasaumwr toner oroYAi ctAMkvon Makes the food mora delicious and wholesome FQeeflm QQt Hnr VQQrlC FARMERS INSTITUTE The Executive Commttee Holds A Meeting Revival Cleeed The Baptist revival at Clover Creek closed last Friday There were eighteen additions to the ohuroh Mr ZenoHen drick one of the oldest citizens in the community united with the ohurch and was baptised last Friday Rev Mr Kimble returned to Ellsabethtown last Friday Ia Better Health Mr Levi Winchell one of Toblnsports oldest and most respected oiUsens called at the Nkwb office Monday morning to renew his subscription for his son L C Winohell who lives at Moweaqua I1L Mr Winchell has been in poor health for some time but seems better now and at Cloverport Schedule and Subjects Arranged A meeting of the Execetlve Commit- Â¬ tee of the Farmers County Institute was held here yesterday at the Brecken ridge Bank Hardin county was repre- Â¬ sented by BenAStIth Elizamthtown Breckenrldge county by Dr P W Foote Edward Oglesby and Jno D Babbage Meade county by John L Henry Irvington Hancock county by S T Baker Patesville and J R HIgdon Hawesville Henderson county by Geo T Baldwin Cairo Daviess county by Judge E P Taylor Owensboro The meeting was called to order by Dr P W Foote who was elected perma- Â¬ nent chairman of committee John D Babbage was made secretary and treasu- Â¬ in excellent spirits Sunnier Time la Dixie Summer Time in Dixie is the title of a new song by the popular song writer Hattie Nevada and published by the Brandbhburq Ky Oct 30th Special Of- - event A full supply of freshly baked cakes their loctlon to have passed an ordinance placing the license tax for retail- at Jule Sipples Give him a trial ing liquor bo high as to make it prohibiTake a peep at those new things re tory ceived to day at Miss Judith Millers The second tioket will be called Pro-Â¬ Sam Dlx of Roberts Bottom was gressive Ticket It will oontain the guest of Mrs L G Gregory Monday the names of Barney Bohler James Matting Miss Lucy MaGavook was the guest of ly and Shelby McCracken all good men Mrs Dr Light loot a few days laet week whose supporters will expect them to Mr Walter Smart after a two weeks improve the streets open new streets operate an electric plant visit to his parents has gone to Chicago construct and and water works Nice fresh bread eyery day at Jule The Peoples Tioket is composed of Sippels Stop his wagon and buy J T Owen A A LaHeist J H Bow some land Thomas Presoott John Heeton and Telephone your order to Jule Slppel OW All good men No 10 3 Hamman and it will receive prompt at- Â¬ representing the young blood We dont tention know on what particular issue they will Bonnie Z dlers and William Boulting make the race house of GsnneltoB were in town yes The last tioket is the Old Board Tiok of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dltzenbach and son J P as be- Â¬ spent Sunday at Cannelton Try one of Jule SippUs 16 csnt pack- Â¬ ing printed Under the head of Citizens Ticket ages of Lowneys chocolates W will be the names of R N Hudson Something real nobby in childrens H Bowmer Jaa Q Harris Dr Jessie caps at Mies Judith Millers Moorman Marion Behen and Ohas K The dry goods department at SuWs Lightfoot Is filled with good bargains This ticket is oompoeed of good sub Â¬ Mr James J Hennen of Hawesville stantial men and will represent the tem Â¬ spent Sunday eyening in the city perance p ople who expect in the Mrs those of extravagance Below we give a list of gentlemen they will appear on the ballots now JP Kansas City Talking Machine Co at Kansas City Mo This song bids fair to outshine all other popular songs by the same author and can be bought from the publishers for 26 cento in coin or stamps run in here Bev Bosarth who has been living at Garfield and serving the Cumberland Presbyterian churches in that locality will shortly move to Nashville We have learned recently that John Hook who sold his property here about the first of September last and moved to Louisville now wishes to return Charley Payne who lived last year on the Robert Weatherford place has de- Â¬ cided to return to Texas where he liyed for seventeen years Henry Black of Garfield will go with him It is reported that our train service on the branch is soon to be improved by a straight run to Louisville This will avoid an hours wait at Iryington and put people in the city before 12 oclock Rev F M Petty pastor of the M E church South at this place preached his first sermon here last Sunday night He had a large oongregation and he made a fine impression with them in his open- Â¬ ing sermon There is a good deal of ehuroh work ahead of him and we are looking for good results from bis labors with ur It is reported that there is soon to be a big clothing house opened in this place It looks like the parties want it kept a secret but if they want to sell clothing it ought to be made public We haye not been able to ascertain who the parties are but it is said the stock will be opened next week Some of the women in this town de- Â¬ vote more of their time to the Mission- Â¬ ary cause than is done at any other point within our knowledge Last sum- Â¬ mer some of them were constantly on the go organizing sooielies and collect- Â¬ ing dues It is marvelous how they suc Â¬ ceed and the Ellsabethtown district of whloh this is a part is noted for its miss Â¬ ionary spirit and the faithful good wom- Â¬ en who keep it up Their husbands dont have much to say about it either and they shouldnt be allowed to do so The politician were out In force last week eomblnlng their strength for next Tuesday This wsek may be a time whenmuoh work will be done The Republicans are working hard to main Â¬ tain their former political presttage hwe and elsewhere but they are met by joet as strong opposition from the Qoebelitee Browns following will not amount to anything in the county The Democrats are going to vote for Goebel rer The following appointments of Insti tutes to be held this fall were made EHzabethtown Wednesday and Thurs day Nov 22 and 23 Leltchflelil Friday and Saturday Nov 24 and 25 Brandenburg Monday and Tuesday Nov 27 and 38 Hardinaburg Wednesday and Thurs- Â¬ day Nov 20 and 30 Hawesville Friday and Saturday Dec 1 and 2 Henderson Monday and Tuesday Dec 4 and 5 Owensboro Wednesday and Thursday Dec 0 and 7 Fordsville Friday and Saturday Dec Â¬ ex of Curies Mrs TJlrich Farber has received from hereon William a box of curios He has been for the past three years a regular soldier and fought all through the Spanish American war His time has recently expired and his parents look forward to his arrival home every day A News reporter had the pleasure of visiting the home of MrsFarberand was kindly shown the box Bent by hereon There were two guns one a Spanish and the other a Remington the Ameri Â¬ can gun and numerous other relics He sent to his father a beautiful cane trim- Â¬ med in ebony and his father prizes the gift very highly Premises Citizen Dead Squire William Alsop of Hancock oounty died at Hawesville Monday Oct 30th He was more than fifty years old and leaves a wife and three children He was a member of the Board ol Magistrates and both Road and Poor house Commissioner for Hancock coon Aaether WC 8 and 9 Galhoon Monday and Tuesday Dec He was twice married Each wife was a Miss Murray By his first union he leaves one daughter Mrs J W Lewie of this place Miss Jane Murray whom he married fifty odd years ago survives him and by whom he leaves three children David and Andrew of Louis ville and Mrs Chepese Wathen of Owensboro JEIis sisters are Mrs Mary Stuart of Brooklyn N Y Mrs Letitia Wilson of Pinkeyville 111 his brothers Jduge 0 C Fairleigh of this place and John S of Indianapolis Ind The remains were brought to Mr J W Lewis home on Friday ehuroh read the beauti- Â¬ where the Rev A D Litchfield of the M ful touehiBg burial serrCoe of the ehuroh prayer and singing followed lory larje oongregation met composed of the very old and the very young Sxquisite white roses true emblems of his spotless life with other lovely floral designs were laid by loved ones upon his elegant casket A more devoted husband and father none ever knew affection Â¬ ate brother loyal friend The longest procession seen here in years followed his remains to the oemetery where the burial service was eon olnded with a touching petition by Bro Litchfield and singing Those who attended the funeral sendees from a distance were Mrs B L Newsom Mr and Mrs J D Bahbags Mrs D R Murray Cloverport Mies Addle G Ditto of LottUrilk Mr and Mrs J D Oar Bnshear of Owensboro Mr and Mrs H L Bell and Miss rigan of Goetoo Singleton Wilson of Pinkeyville 111 Mr aad Mrs Jesse Hemdon of Irrington Mr and Mm Jeeee Malta of Tine Grove Mi Ken Wathen and Mies Him Wathen of Irvingtoo Mr Richard AH relatives here from a dUHaaoe Wathen of Bardetovra Blessed are the dead who die in the LowL I It WWHliaaaiMMWftyVWVVVVVWVWMVWVVVV WHY I USE FERTIL IZER ON WHEAT to wee fertiliser on my I am frequently asked if it pays wheat I answer that it does For Inetanee I have two ton acre 1 lots adjoining They will bring from seven to nine bnshcas of wheat if well pat in I sow lot Ho 1 without ftartiMewf I put lot No 2 in same condition put on it fifteen hundred jjounos of fertili ser at a oast say of 13000 one years interest on tile money say 15U making it ooet In all 9126 Mow I am pretty safe in say Â¬ ing that X wiU get 80 bushels from lot No 1 and 180 bushels from lot No 2 From first lot I sell 80 bushels si 70 cnutoofMOO From second lot I sell 160 bushels si 70 oente11800 After paying far my ftwtittmr I have 9075 from lot No S and from tot No 1 1 have ftMOO IwiUbesuretogetaane stand of grass and clover on tot tatittsnd and almost mm to get a bad stand on tot not rfortakaeV Usuehistheoate anditbae been I am getting more Fine prepaxttieo and mm ntnnfrnj frsi km o Oft U i I at et oompoeed of A L Oelze S P Coni Mies Judith Miller is shownig some rad Silos Lillard E T Haynee John D tpretty designs in millinery at her parlors Gregory and O B Sklllman These gentlemen were elected in 1803 te day and with the exception of Haynes and t Mr and Mrs Morris Beard and Miss Gregory have served during the past Jinnie Murray returned to Hardinaburg six years and in Justice to them it is Monday Mr and Mrs Aria Warfleld have tak- Â¬ enly fair that the public be made ac quainted with their record as city en rooms at the Mitchell House for the dads winter When sworn in during Jan 1804 they Mies Lula Ohrlss who had about re-Â¬ found the town in debt 21100 in shop covered from typhoid fever baa had a aad school house bond ia addition to relapse this there were outstanding warranto for Miss lula Miller of this county spent about 1000 with available funds amount- Â¬ Wednesday with her sister Mrs Dr ing to oafy 300 with a tax rate of 76 Lightfoot eats on the 100 and city warrants Judge William Ahl and Attorney worth only 86 to 97 cents on the dollar Reuben Miller of Hardinaburg were in During the first year of their work town Monday they reduced the tax rate to 40 oentc The Halloween party given by the paid toe sehool house bonds amounting young ladies of the Baptist church was a Â¬ to 1100 with 7 per cent interest there- grand success on all of the outstanding debts and Meedames Gardner Connor and Wed- Â¬ brought the value of eity warranto baok ding of Rome Ind were in town TuesÂ¬ to par In 1806 tuey created asinkiug day shopping fund and have yearly added to it 30 per Mr Jesse Askins and sister Miss Jen Â¬ eat of the tax until bow we have a sink nie of Stephenaport were in town yes ing fund which will amount to 4000 terday shopping when this years taxes are paid This Mrs James Stephens of Addison and teas has grown to this sise under their maasgaaaent siaee 1896 aad that too on Mrs Caldwell Norton of Louisville spent a tax sever greater than 60 cento on 100 Thursday in town Mr Milt Miller of Sample was ia aad less than 60 seats ap to ISMaad 60 eels aow beeaoee of the foardjjatloa of town yesterday He is one e that sec Â¬ o farmers the asuaisd volume of property which tions Mr aad Mrs Douglas Williams of fallen something like 60000 daring has Millwood were the guests last week of the last two years They have beeaoonserva live and have Mr and Mrs Raesell Williams Baleen is doing the general cleaning shown a eleaa record aed oe which re act aad will be prepared in a few days ejects credit on thee The financial condition of the town to show you sonta pretty goods Mrs J D Brashear of Owenehoro was was never ia better eeadJHoa than now aad It meet be kept so for in 1980 ear the guest of her husband at the Brecken railroad debt mast be paid aad autoes rldge Ian Saturday and Sua day Mrs Morris Beard Mies Xiiaabeth we prepare each year for it when wet we will be forced to ear Sklllmaa and Mr Charles B 8ktlmaa pay oofset reader a tone porocataae of car property epent Sunday in Hawesville aadOaanel- tea ia etder to eaacsl oar obligation Mrs OberlesB 8klllma aatertalaed Hew aenHsq look well over the a few Meade Wednesday evening la set and be sate yea Make no error la the selection of men to represent yea honor of her sister Mies Iva Tcaag of daring he next two years for it to exÂ¬ Mortaeleld At ibe millinery parlors of Mtos Jndlth ceedingly lmoortaat that we elect a set Mllkre yea have the sattof action of be of seed conservative ecoacilmea ing show the very leteet designs In Onruev Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- terday 11 and 12 At these institutes subjects will be discussed as follows OloverCorn Drain ageHow to Reclaim Worn out Boil Fruit Culture Poultry Hog Breeding Cattle Breeding Wheat Culture Good Roads The Beet Time of the Year to Apply Home Manure Commercial Fertiliser Dairying Home Ornamentation and Tobacco Culture These meetings will be of infinite value to the farmer if properly conduct- Â¬ ed and with the above gentleman at the helm there can be no doubt of their success T U Quite a number from here attended the temperance rally at Balltown laet Wednesday when a profitable meeting was held After speeches by many able exhorters a W O T U of about forty members was organized with the follow- Â¬ ing offisers Miss Hannah Overton President Mrs Bettie D Barber Vice President Miss Judith Briokey Secretary Miss Katie Newby Treasurer Miss Mary Tabling Cor Secretary Messrs Sr went remained to attend Had A Seed TiieeT Sam Conrad and Charles May to Henderson last Tuesday and Will be the Largest la the County 0 L Beard and Wm Hensley are putting up the largest tobacco warehouse in the oounty It takes in the old Mo Gary bouse the Dr Taylor honoe on the corner and when the work is finished there will be practically three houses under one roof These parties will buy a good deal of tobacco next year They have already made a few purch ascs Fsraltfes The Messy Mr James Cowan of Butte City Mont was the guest last week of hie step uncle Dr c B Adkisson Mr Cowan attend Â¬ ed the Christian Convention which met at Cincinnati and came hern to see hie He is a devout member of relatives that church and is showing his good deeds by furnishing the necessary capi Â¬ tal towards the completion of the Chris Â¬ tian ehuroh which la under construction at Stepheneport until Thursday They went the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias which met in that eity They represented the Breckenrldge Lodge 61 of this city and reported a most excellent time and return with praises in their hearts as to the treat meat received from the Bine Lodge ol Masons by tendering their lodge room with a grand ball anda reception Hies Maria Keys Miss Maria Keys of Eastland died Saturday and was buried Sunday at the Cloverport cemetery She was a bright young lady of 36 years and had been ill with eomsumptioa for eight months Elder Beare had charge of the fan era services IX BLOOD 0UBJE dr An Offer Previsg Faitk ts lafferers Trem Bleed aad ikia Troubles TJIosrs Oancers Battng Sores Painful 8wellinm Effects of Blood Poieeu sietCBt KrapUone that refuse to beal un- Â¬ der ordinary treatment are quickly cured byBfi d ootamo nioou naimj me moot wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made eeptoally to ears all terrible obstinate deep seated Blood aad Skin trouIa your Blood thin Are you bles pale T All nut down T Have you Ecsema Pimples T Blotches and Bumps T Skin or Scalp HocmmT Boils T Eruptions Skin Ashing Bones Itches aad Swollen Bbeaoatlsm Scrofula Catarrh Then you aeed B B B Botanic Blood Balm beeaoee It drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons aad humors which cause all these troubles and the oanee being removed a permanent cure B B B thoroughly tested for follows thirty years snd thousands oared after doctors and patent medioiae had failed For sain by druggists at 1 per large bot tle or 6 Urge ottlse fell toeeisseat to B we will To prove oar feiw ln tree end prepaid to rod atrial nettle onffefareySCttMy may test the remedy J r expense AddieaeBLOODBaUt CO S1A Mitchell Street Atlanta Oa If- - Pr Â¬ Â¬ nMJbenry HUIIom after tiers WOMANl NIOHTMAJH a twe weeks erolse on Green river oo he nueMcrs When Ine leeiiaee the their laaaefa the aUrgmerlte have re Banger and Pain of OalM beariat tamed They report seed sotting and O -- T and J B ataey loicsti of Norway BiafeettheeU sBaftatBei Btafeattaetalse BJagtattwcreeM We Mag to yea the aewsnl Ine frees Is IssloroforthevoojigntothoriiMKJssr There Is so atoch suffering and langce hOBUBg DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey vmVtymm i oocvWterl Keep to drill well f1ftd mmtmlnwfotmjhxm clover and qoit kmim1u4 h t Mdl paetnrWH but mow A FOOTS a bej rip ACW3dkIifi too pate watch aha most undergo This oonetant fear so preys upon the mind of wceaen was it sue wen wim r aad makes babys coming a source the m sates anxiety ana aroea All tue safferlof and danger of the ordeal can be avoided by the Pine Lnesber of kVthere Friond watch praparne th hodv for this important event 1M William Miller ol this oounty sold to many rellevee morning atokncM9 and it onr Harris S or 4 hundred poplar tog tinnUa ni uniwHUims wkioh ex mh his M aurww wsi gSsnKssnnr jmumnn roe for 800 Ue sold the oak Umber off the onsttaHuneM nsejngwsn s siaeaa mm lead to Ine Oinuiaaetl Oeoperafe aw nae fljsjnpjf- na fB sav ejsojH UresntbebeedvartereelOlefef Geeek MVWIIBBtt tlXMAM ewu to fe RrsdfleM Ennuatov OtoeejrOreek ohnteh Mr rWrw AtiaMA OoumOk and eeja free AeaopiiutoaiteA y iI Maeta an Intareeslao Mies Nora Heaecreoa oee of Irving tons moat attractive yenag ladles apeoi last week with Mrs Xlla LaNeave While herehe saade many frleade who regret the shortness of visit Â¬ hr Natures aacet aetarel Mowdy aekpreved by edeaee te a Ftmmmt IVrniaeienf Pesltf re Gore for otusacoide end aft tecteaed ewCasss of the Lunge end Brsmntol Tsjes Â¬ 0 need i nwedcrepebaananawcustocatajoti Ou Itfcstanim I rnnnanf fiti tlrkflar la ramm nil wmubrmmmnhrnhdmA soothed ee skat Sm le ac it owsjn TleaienearyoiiSeelaasnieesrhrW irflH ooin nv am noon mxtw na Nejsjnuira lOatja nnaewswsaeipOOSM 9UNK YOU OCT vauu4onB4wetgeee- - WeBnajnan HenvsawBi Ik Mfc t M Wstt Tnt IsWftf bbjbOki V aBaojsBSee v sk iikmL rvjRjieduuu jjfl5E i P fTpf aajp -- jy f LOCAL OPTION DEFENDED Obm Saloons CftMe Youth be Down- Â¬ wh f Wj iiif w JiiiwBpwflwr Breckenmdge News 3 0 Bekfe Better Mi VftpfWn HOY 1 8HIL0 Heme McCoy was in Addlaoa laflt Saturday Oral Baafaam want to BanMaaburg last Batardar Bobi Fmuk iblMMd a lot of Im Imp to LoMtsrllle last week Mr J Howard was the gaeet af Miss Cora McCoy last Samky evealag M laaawU Elder was the guest of Miss Carrie Bbajlaaaa last Saaday Mr and Mrs W II Pambertoa were WBLmL WEDNESDAY OHIO VALLEY PeroMittNily WMi BBBBBBmlr b9N yIIB MbbbkS G sHbbbbbbbibbI BANK or B M H 1JKAKD Oast ier the pfeckenridge AND News F BBABD Fresldeat WILL M ILLKR Vice President MBKICAN GRICULTURISTi rAYHNriJHiiiiNirii pcwetlml paper o f Ita Mad AMWOIH AOBTnCLTUBWT fall of Doth Old Age awl mpffi hy Sk bbHbIbbW 8B W BEARD J MORRIS E8KRIDGE V DIRECTORS J R M JOLLY PAIS ON TUNE shopping last Batauday Mt Jesse 0 PayM was the gaeet ef TUB LttMBR OP TWO SVILS CAT ArMMM Mies Blanche Baeham hwt ftaaday The pleasaat rain whWt fell tost week has refreshed the ooaatry very much Gitraarom Ky Oct Sl tf Bottom Ralph AmmofM reports excellent sucÂ¬ Hawse It I have nlcqooied your Lewie fROM PITTSBURQ TO CAIRO cess in his sew pcstUon as book ageaU porttoorreepoadeat I am sure it was sot Mr and Mrs T A Robinson are boob Intentional but if the general tenor of to move to their new homestead near his Hew as it appeared in the Nkws does not justify ray reply lam sadly mletnk Lodiburg J D Babbage Bsq Editor The Bbsokbnwdok Nkws Mies Carrie Shelimaa has returned to en Oloverport Kv her home after quite a protracted visit I am well aware of the fact that the My diak Sik situation of Lewisport and thb facilities at Addison I have muoh pleasure in noting in Mr and Mrs J W Ater spent last Sat Â¬ ol transportation there make the ship- Â¬ your issue of Wednesday October 26tb of whisky beer and other intoxi Â¬ urday and Sunday with friends near ping of the Bmckhnridqk Nkws a reference cants not only possible but probable I Ilardinsburg to the Important meeting held in Louis know ol no way to prevent jugs of whis Â¬ J D Stiff of Henderson was in the ky being shipped into that community rille Inst week friends Your remarks are eminently juat and country last week visiting old If I did I would be only too glad to men Â¬ and relatives to the point Now la the time for all the tion it but does your correspondent oon We are truly glad to hear that the tend that even with these obetaolee in towns on the Ohio river to oome to the rapport of the Ohio Valley Improvement school at this place in charge of Lonnie the way that the open saloon would be Association which has demonstrated ita B Hall is progressing bo nloely Would he like the glaring light better ability to accomplish tangible results in Mr and Mrs J H Canary returned and seductive music to lure innocent the way of improving the Ohio river home last Monday after a weeks visit at boys behind screened doors to take the The work cannot however be success- - the home of their parents near Hender first step on the downward road to ruin 7 folly poshed to conclusions without ma son I never thought that the poor drunk- Â¬ terial aid and the people of all classes Evrltt W Frymlre who is in charge ard that carouses on public highways as who derive their prosperity from the of the school at Clifton was at home last dangerous to the morals of the youth of prosperity of the Ohio Villey owe it to Saturday and Sunday the guest of his our land Each maudlin drunkard seen themselves to do their part towards sup aunt Mrs J M Rollins on the street is a temperance lecture in porting the very intelllrent work which The Willett brothers were in our itself and a warning to every thoughtful Col Vance has been doing and will con- Â¬ neighborhood with their music a few youth tippler But the respectable tinue to do in Washington provided days last week Come again We are who takes a social glass is the dangerous apathy of his constituents and a lack of always glad to have them in our midst class that threatens the safety of coming money do not interfere generations and when you shut up the and enjoy their pleasant music Yoo know the Ohio Valley Improve Â¬ November election is now drawlngnear saloon you close the only avenue in ment Association is not conducted in the and political argument is all you can which he is dangerous I have seen very interest of any individual clique or lo Â¬ hear But if your vote is a success few men who have acquired the awful cality neither is it a source of profit to youll have to stamp your cross under habit of drink ever ontirely reformed anyone except the people of the great the log cabin or it will be a loss It is for the youth ot the land the boys valley of the Ohio whose prosperity Quite a crowd of our young folks spent that we should laborthose that are yet must be enhanced if that stream is so a pleasant day on the river lost Sunday free from the blighting influence of permanently improved as to afford six Members of the party were Misses Carrie drink and also to take temptation as inches of water from Pittsburg to Cairo Shellman Cora McCoy Pearl Pember much as possible out of the way of the the year around ton Drusy Rayburn Ada Lewis Roxy poor inebriate The idea that this could be done was Wheeler Maud Rayburn Beulah McCoy Would the open saloon remove Lewis Jeered at a few years ago but lees than and Messrs Emmett Elder P L Willett port farther from that whisky center five years earnest practical work by men Grover 0 Jarrett Lon L Fox Harbert spoken of or stop the bringing of whisky of intelligence whose enthusiasm in the Willett Asia Wheeler Lawrence Hid into that little town by the river No cause prompts them to stick to it has son and Estoll Pemberton Of two evils give me the least andleteyery demonstrated the fact that the United godly man and woman Hit their hearts States Government can and will furnish to God for the glad time when His The Kidney Complexion Kingdom shall come and His Will be the means and United States talent has The pale sallow sunken cheeked distre- done on earth as it is in Heaven already Invented the methods therefore ssed-looking people you so otten if the results fall to be realized the peo- Â¬ Mrs J H S Â¬ to whom they should accrue will meet are afllcted with Kidney Comple No Humbug only have themselves to thank for the plexion They may also baye indigestion or failure Foleys Honey and Tar does not claim suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism I however do not anticipate either neuralgia brain trouble nervous ex- Â¬ to perform miracles It does not claim failure on part of the people or on part of haustion and sometimes the heart acts to cure all cases oi consumption or asthma but it does claim to give com- Â¬ the Association The Bplrit which in Â¬ badly fort and relief in advanced stages of spired your article seemed to pervade the The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys entire assembly at Louisville and it can Â¬ Usually the sufferer from kidney disease these diseases and to usually cure early not fall to spread throughout the entire doee not find out what the trouble is un Â¬ stage It is certainly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with these yalley til it is almost too late because the first dread diseases A R Fisher Olover- Â¬ Â¬ Please keep up the good work Organ svmDtoms are so like mild sickness that ize a club of one two three four five or they do not think they need medicine port E A Witt Hardinsburg ten members in your town and vicinity or a doctor until they find themselves LOVING REMEMBRANCE IN who will come or send representatives to sick in bed the next meeting and who will be kept Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build advised through your columns as to the up and strengthen their weak and dls progress of our work eased kldney polBoned blood clear their Of Hattle Meyer of Ekron Who Died I send yoo a oopy of Ool Vances re-Â¬ complexion and soon they will enjoy October H 8o9 port of the work done by the last Con Â¬ better health gress from which I think you can from You can get the regular sizes at the time to time publish brief extraots for drug store at fifty cents and one dollar the Information of your people and or you may first prove for yourself the SHE IN PEACE SLEEPS thereby promote an intelligent organized wonderful virtues of this great discovery interest in the work Swamp Root by sending your address to NY Thanking youfor the interest you have Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton The following lines are written in lov manifested and in advance for the inter Â¬ for a sample bottle and book that tells int remembrance of Hettle Meyer est which you will continue to manifest all about it both sent to you absolutely whose death was such a blow to her fam- Â¬ Yours very truly When writing kindly ily and friends The deceased was born free by mail I am E P Wilson Secretary mention that you read this liberal offer in Buras Ky Feb G 1881 her death oc Â¬ in the Bbbckkmridok Nkws curred Oot 14 1800 in Louisville and her remains were laid to reet in the Death at Garfield Will Be Elected She was a sweet Cave Hill cemetery Mr Arthur Ford managing editor of lovable girl whose frank pleasant man- Â¬ The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gregory Oot 17 the Courier Journal visited this city ners and gentle disposition won for her at Garfield and took little Howard their Saturday In conversation with a friend friends by the score and to say we will To well informed miss her cannot express our feelings of his he said baby boy politicians there is not any doubt of She was as fair and delloate as a flower had whispered a voice There Tw the voice ol their God Senator Goebel being elected Taylors and the gentle mother watched over her I love thee I lore thee majority in Louisville will be small as only a mother can seeming to appre- Â¬ Pan under the rod if any hend the blight that should fall over this A Fkiend sweet young life A few days before Hii Life Was Sayed Lilly a prominent citizen of her death she had gone to Louisville for Mr J Mo lately had a wonderful a visit to her friends and relatives there Thats the counsel very Hannibal Pall np I had gone forth from her home bright Ben given by a well meaning person to deliverance from a frightful death In and joyous her heart full of pleasant an Â¬ a uiciiu i I was taken with telling of it he says ticipations thinking not that the fare Â¬ is slipping Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumo- Â¬ down the road My lungs became hardened I well s spoken were to be the last on nia of alcoholism the was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed earth After spending a few days of And when retired at V sylTlBW answer comes Nothing helped me I expected to soon pleasant enjoyment she hadday I cant seem Â¬ the close of her last earthly when I heard of atoo the die of Consumption One bottle ingly well but was taken ill and in one mJ waw Dr Kings New Discovery man is perhaps reproached for gave great relief I continued to use it short hour the dear heart that bad the cowardice and now am well and strong I cant caused her muoh pain was still the of that phrase This mar- Â¬ sweet tye were closed and the pure say too muoh in its praise I cant gone forth to bask In the sun Â¬ vellous msdioine is the surest and quick- Â¬ soul had But intern u ealy of disease aad est cure in the world for all throat and shine of an endless eternity MfMOt A fair white flower In the garden grew there euv nntne a time in the nrofrreM lung troubles Regular Bixes 60 cents and Aad wa watched whh fondaeee aad pride of any disease when it cant be stopped at Short Hay So tenderly kheltered f rem the wiadi that blew Thats what we mean when we talk of 100 Trial bottles free bottle guaranteed gatteptag oonaainption The ready one grew at l aide Its like a nee Drug Store jevery The dainty rote grew w fair aad tweet bone ranaiag away with us We caat Inches of Watte Ibe Ja Addleee J INTEREST KTOSITS U the l audi i The Doming of BrnJSf brings toy or pain Its for the mother to decide With good health and a strong womanly organism motherhood but adds to a womans attraotiveneao T D Renftoi My and awCSfilariiiera I Dalrytae iatFVt aMhet mitten br atactica 1 ami llhtetmte by able arUitamake It an rateable to all In nmtt aaotie The latest Market aexoeUed feature AirlealtHrei aMeatraea the m ruTum DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY MAX tffcp AUrtb- aerlblnif rxi MoELHEES Wine of Ourdui takeeaway all terrors by strengthening the vital organs It fits a mother for babys coming By revitalising the nerve centres It has brought chubby crowing youngsters to thousands of weak women who feared they were barren It purifies heali regulates ami strengthens and is rood for all women at all times No druggist t co would be without it For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms Tti Tarilaa Advuonr Denartaient The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Term MRS LOUISA IIAUSoTJeHterson On eayer vvnen i bik wok wine oi araui wo had been married three yean bat could Nine month later not have anr children I hit a fine girl baby Aohictiltosut Ijub Book and AUUX40 fnr lWOk This gnat work 1 a Cyiepedi r Progree and XvenU In tba Whole Wxrid--- A Market t Complete AlHHMiai A Treaaary kt SekatieiAi RaVfereace ffterk on Srnry BablectofThselr Internet Fertalnina to AirleaHnre In- Seetry Commerce PhMIo Attain HeaaeaeM Ilnon Men Rellaien and FrereM It la aleoTstt JCHflAKAC er Calendars the Weather Aatronemleal Bala KinU lft5ffl imtee etc the Ambbi- - OFFICE OVER Heston Willis Gos New Store OLOVERPORT KY Offlae in Rear of Moorman Drug Store lac omen noaia e aitmtuttAiiHiwimmmt Jttni York OKy Owens Our SPECIAL Offer kkBreGkefarideNew - sWeeljily American Year Book land Almanac Â¬ Unole Sums Only Ifflp Tips glvun to Iullumu car porters by government employees while perform ing odlclal duties are considered legiti- Â¬ mate charges against Uncle Sam Thay are the only tips which are accorded this distinction This Interesting fact has just been gleaned through the display by a government olllclnl of a bill of expenses which he Intended to pre sont for a recent trip which he mnde In the service of the government He exhibited the statement as an evidence of the close manner In which the government did business lie had to pro sent a receipt for every expenditure made even a receipt from the Pullman car conductor for his berth The only Item for which there wsb When no receipt was Tips BO cents asked what the tips were for the oltl cer Bald They were tips which I gave to Pullman car porters The govern ment allows those but they are the If l tip only tips which are allowed tho waiter at my hotel or the man who carries my bag the tip comes out of my pocket but the tipping of Pullman car porters a quarter for each Journey made on a sleeper Is sucb a recognised custom that the Item for such tips Is always allowed by the government to officers when traveling on government New Orleans business Â¬ Â¬ Times-Democr- Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CL0YERP0RT KY riplpt lijfi LArrr7Z One Prace fpA ll KU ulQ0 -- - 00 50 250 Jr 150 Cloverport Ky Address JTHaT JNO D BABBAGE wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmim J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Everything Co OANNELTON INF thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE FurniBhsd by How Rmery Ia Qonrrled CASPEKKE Emery conies from the Island of GEORGE nf ftaMtaaji g tnh antral Tlar V VawVn ki iBaVBT Jewelry and Insuranee Sank Naxos In the eastein Medlterinneau vara en wnrf aiirViOVOivvi vwuui wiuvvuv va Hem t080 neonla In our own bolldlns W tau OMUI8 IT til 09 Mi ruiwS llt whence It lias bean expoitod for tho 4 BRANDBNBURQ KENTUCKY i nee ae pnee aaatl alee ertrythlng in moaieai inMraraeaW at lowtat wneieai aieaaek writar ror ire eeeeiai organWilli or more The beds Inst two centuries C laareaaMr rHtl addreea Seen IIWJ rWHS0eaMlflHaAWSmintt ArllTllOfltUOK OniOAQO IkaV SH are In the northeast of the Island the MALARIA ANTIDOTE deDoalts descending Into Rome of theneighboring Islands the emery being i iiainiiniiMMMmnimniiliie iiw found In lenticular masses resting on layers of schist In limestone almost Identical with Parian marble the uu SPLENDID OENERAL TONIC est marble known which comes from the Island of Faroe close by NOTE The New formula is very pal- Â¬ There are about 800 men engaged i in the trade all of whom have to be atable and more effective than Quinine A Farm Library of unequalled value Practical married before they are admitted to Concise and Comprehensive Hand Â¬ JJBpL 9Eaaaaea fraternity The material Is much the somely Printed and Beautifully Illustrated Played Out If Run Down too hard to be dug out or even blast- Â¬ By JACOB BIGQLE Promotes ed Great Ures are lighted around tho just what you need aircngwieus BKWLE HORSE BOOK No blocks till the natural cracks expand iiuaitny Appetite You All abaut Uotsee a Comma4e Treattee wttk e tr with the heat and levers are then In- dose will feel better after second a aadard wort Prtoe jn Ceste 74 UlueUaUoM serted to pry them apart This sys No 3 BKKJLE BERRY BOOK I TRY tem Is continued until the blocks are All about gTOwlne Small Ffalte reed aad learn aew eontaln 4 colored II fe llke rcprodactloaa of all laaajti reduced In size to masses of a cubic Prkt 90 Ceato varretfe and too other llfuetrallon Better than Quinine because It still foot or less and tbey are then shipped regulates Liver and bowels invig- Â¬ WOXlLn I No All about FoultryPOULTRY BOOK in eateteoec 1 8 as If they were coal There are said orates the wholesystem the beat Poultry Book tall ewy thine withjj colored life like renroducttoa to be 30000000 tons yet available at of all the principal breed with 103 other Uluetratloa will do the workno aftir depres- Â¬ It Naxos and the last reported years e Price jo Oente port was 8000 tons It Is one of the sion no bussing ears or deafness N 4 BiQOLE COW BOOK All about Cowa and the Dairy Bnalnea hawlas a neat hardest substances known Ironmon Â¬ CERTAIN CURE aale conUisa ScolCTedlire liartproductiorfoeaeh gery breed with 13a other Uluatratiofu Price so CeaU For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed No 6 BKKILB SWINE BOOK Dont Pat Bird Ib the Window AT DRUGGISTS Juet out All about Hog Breeding Feeding aatefc Never put a bird In the window ery Waeaaca etc Coalalna orer So beauttNl half toaee aad other cagraTiogs Price je Ccata said a bird fancier to the reporter the Dont aeoept any Substitute 1 rarely go Into the street H3ae BKMMB BOOKS are UHjjutorlaHnliierul y iterec other day 50c and 100 Bottles anw anything like them eo practical eoaeaaiblf They In summer or even on a mild day In arc hTlt an eaonuoua wle Snit WeeC KatUt Md ag or Seara HVery one who keep a Hone Cow winter that 1 do not see unfortunate eht canaries hung In the windows Even ROBINSON PETTET CO If the sun Is not broiling the brains Incorporate nnder the little yellow cap a draft Is LOUISVILLE KY blowing all the time over the delicate laaiaw a thou body People have been told Oomport I yaxar paper nude for yew and not a talent It lax aat sand times that tbey must not put a SAFarrr nld it m tae great In the draft yet how few re haw aatd lt Varm and Houirtiald pager ha bird ht wotVU tteUgteet paper oflUaUe ia the OaWdltate a draft In member that there Is always of Aaaerica haytag orer a mllUoa and a hajf regnlaj sea aire Berlin Md Her an open wiudowl ald Any 0KB of the BIGGLB BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL n St a Hi FBBTnB leas ucsat rimes omi tUMltttiM Yoo oan eimlo 11 at yournaarett rreigni umoi u ana It too ana It exaUr a nrnmaiM yon erar w rttall at STS00 to 10eo tb gnatat rain more money ana pay at far better than organ adverllwdSOby othroSerprlee taetrnjeht agent anr epteUI day S3I7B iwMTll00or91S and freight charge Lea than 3D DAYS PHICb M tee S3I75 IS DUB SPECIAL arte chant a btjHkm Snek an offer wa nercr mnde jMfere ACME OUEEN lonotthenwiiDciUBUlSBBfnRSr Telle laMraMab r tut From the llloatratlon abown hloh I nsraTad direct from a photograpby oo can torra aome Idea ot Ita mwm Beaetuoi appearanre irtn nh oak antique nmahalianaaoineiyattcora tea anaoraaraenwa ni QCKK l 160 8 Inches WnUtet li longtyl7 ui-I- da and weighS feet pound high W Inches BlBobM asn o oeiaTe i j u stop a- - kviiui Bu CesoUr Tni Mttau U4I CelwU C- nXUr Uaplon Srler Dtafja TtrU a- - In Buun 9 Ore tlral Toed BU lTwSwtll lerssdOriu 8wll Btwattwr rif mI7 Mttt I bI et tl rare Sweet Kdedl 1 BI at BMfe 1 -- tl ttii CkaraleilrBrUllutUleiit Sm umuw m Hf l i or 14 ruuiag I awa nMW a wlniliM ao - -- ox lua T HISAUU hicna only neoeieDrafieaaiwn Mil aoneonauf uted in the hlghMt grade lntrument tltted with Hi aea failiri al Tra Iwiu alao beet Dolo felu leather etc bellow ot the beat rubber cloth S ply 1MB bellew ttock and anet leather In Talre AtMSB aUFjSf I furnbhed wltbalOxltbeTeled ptat French mirror nickel plated pedal frame w msd Terr modem imnrore MUt n rwrwHa irra wau r a ewl aad EmVmmpi lattraetlea beek pwWbatd flUARANTEED 25 YEARS f Tear any part by out loe awrttten binding -- hloh If gnaranteeg Ire the ten aad condition ol Try It one month and w repair It frae of abarc we will rerand roar money If you are not perfectly ten rf thaaa organ win ne oia at ail t AT ajJiUK ani C7iIidMldu4tttk KHP U QME DOLLAR hjttlitSKhtt miwmi at Tm HTTHM nu qrnr eia plll uutui S5S jJSfigZfS viui -- v ier eya -- - HUGHES TONIC BIGGLE BOOKS BW Up-to-d- ate X Â¬ Â¬ l IT - - la afiil FARM YaaaaafflS CSAt SSbfSI1Tlgtw JOURNAL u Â¬ Louisvio d lwd wUl stop the wildest norse Otreosrtb is the great necessity in the tftrWriB af a Dr Pierces Gotdea Discovery has cured thousands who had obstinate cough broacnlUs weak lungs spitting of blood emaeia n and auaUar aUmeats which ff sag 1Ktad or nosWlfullr treated leal to oea omption Itjcuree by ritaagUtealBg the longs aad giving them power to tatow MM wna MTMKStue Majority For Tayler Dan Parrish a farmer and miller from Rock Vale was in town Monday On account of the long drouth be was oeaa psllad to shut dowa hia mill and will not resume operations this wiatar Mr Parrish says that an unusually large poll will be taken ia his seatioa aad Taylor will get a fine majority Aad wti ahehered with levieg eare While theae who beheld weald aaaae to greet e dabxy aad rare TM bleeeom Pride of the gardee mother fair Hewer Bo tenderly watched and careaeed Barely free Heaven Ihl Heavenly dower Urtaejag each joy la the wan unwind Se It wa feared m 14 fvatraaee aad beauty Nutated aad watched ever with tend aew To remove Ink from paper pour enough water over a teaBnoonful of chlorinated lime to cover the stained Moisten a c4an piece ef portion linen and rub It lightly with the mix Â¬ ture If the stain Is not of too long standing It will disappear If mere than one application Is required let the paper dry before wetting the sec ond or third time If the spot Is rub lied the texture of the paper will be spoiled Dry it gently with a piece U dry linen aj Â¬ Ink Bletn ea Payer Paoket Line STXAMXMI Fast Mall Line Between i YmrplcOTAlrjrJQU - Louisville and Evansville E G EAGON F M RYAM wtaMaevjurii JiiH r jaataUHw Addreet JOVStXAI illlMimilMIMMMHMM j IlilllHf liiHiiiiiim4liHHiniinMi rnuoniiu r Matter W A BtfKWiIWeer eysZvYrVX4JUrVy TAJRASOON D I PKNKY Maeter L X OOrfHWU Paeaer aaV 27 jawBicauiioaa seas atate oar enin naaab r at Inoha TBLL CITY DaHy eaeeat SaaSay betweem TaaUeille aaet A V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW aTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaa JB wVH WF H sob JHiZl -- - P D BTAGGH ejlarJ aad lave Dety wa aletauf aad ateetatfc a daly Ia iheatMtng tat lair Sewer feat free above Nat thro the garden at the elate af day Caate the Matter la hi laarleaa love Paaetag not to Rkaee at task lovely tpray HetaUdtaeretelu above And pie mad K where iu iweetne thall abed A Itgat oervae Heavenly wall Aad a tea hanittil radiance la abed Otieve net at the MaaUra call A aen car belt country phyelciani lor eevetal yearn bet K t naa neea raamnar wm r several years bat haaansMM A MasteM IMaeev- How 1 1 uke a aew aum sew at a a I msmh re asm i en to taae oeeeer I baTtekaa sea pa ouc M and Ji eaaaae of saaittaf mUy rt stamps ft paper orji tuop ur eiolh blading aVaOeaae Dr V iesaar fraa rruflalo lies Bead stamps to ComaMM Ptert N V Unuly Iritua laUltrt la Afrisa Oapt 0 G Dennlaoa k wall kaawn all over Afriea as commander of tba fotoM that captured tba Jasaaaa rebel dallaha Uatiar data of Kov 4 1197 from Yryburg Bechaaaalaad be writes Before start ag on thalaat oawpafgai I Kliltf bought a qaaatity of Obaaaberiajas Pmsaaieaia Oolio Oboleia aad Diarrhoea Remedy Agnew Hiob Dr J 0 Itabor whioh I used myself whoa troubled with bowel ostnplaiat aad had giro to say aaja I bata Bead Foatra Hum aad ma aad ia awry eaea It jtovod moat TartBtkaVtBn7M --ata aaaea ef paeo tooth with good For sale by A IE Fiabor atoDta kba paat benefloial K B P hsr Oloearport B A Bhallman Stopaoaa Clovorpoh A Witt HvdlMburg poft wffBW uaHW faTaBBBBBal WtMf double garaaaad kB rtMaaaa aBBlal ssa aTaaaTJ b eiprea C S aandyoal a atecimNiuei a IB and try lion at 6 our inn toand exactly HW u imuud and the auwr woav darful waluayoa aver aaw or aeart ooatyi uf mod lUaiwi rVetl tor ak aw UMaafMMateat afaaawawajfjawawB over ae oknua under ana arodhoay at Teat uaer eaet and we wul HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Freight ikippeeby tal llae aHeered taan oy ran Traveler will iaT the ateaaier are aaaar Tae la eaalaaaeat aad areeaaeiaeetiaa are eataleyad as carte aad ttas aunu la aaaal to that ef tha beat1ke4el aad m Faarta Aveaae General otacaa Louliyllle Kd is PREPABBD TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS I a uanuejan coUarlanoy niaid wiiubl -e- breaatad Safer Ha52r nle D L PENNY etoel eta erer WlR iteet MeT rifjajniBL Hapariataodeot O V Wuxiafta T P A Oweaaboto Ky W If HOT E In WStM tO VHeMa afPM 4W I T i WaUUK WALKBR k BOARD DENTISTS PILLINOt OFFIOH I iiiJafrltrtajeayaj s t an an WaajaU uejwala Grown Bridge and Plato Work ALL KININboI iaatlaA UARDINSBimO - Ktti wwJniei V mH in naaal KmSlffm mat Ikwbteruu MXik to iHiiiTiaTiiBWainfarrri ififfiiftfriinf rllUPPIWfffPWWliPf f M WwTPflP JOTTINGS FROM THE FARMERS The American Agriculturist Gives Some Ideas That are Helpful To The Farmer PARAGRAPHS THAT Honest Educated Boys and Girls the Greatest Crop of all Jl WQM BHF9RE BBTTINQ TO I ever rBDDLIXa T8BBS 0b6 of the moat helpful things leaned in horticulture dlln tree and was about pad all sorts of plant before f setting them The first thing every transplanted tree or plant moat do be fore it oan grow in its new location is to heal the wounds made upon its roots and start new rootlets through whioh to absorb moisture and food from the soil The eloeer and mora firmly the earth k pressed to them the more readily they can do this It takes time for the par tfotos of soil to get into as cleee contact with the roots aa it was before transplan-Â¬ ting do matter how well the work is done This is where paddling comes in The cost is nothing except a very lit tlework It is done thus Near where the trees or plants are heeled in or the place where they are to be planted dig a hole 2 ft in diameter and 1 ft deep Fill it nearly full of wat- Â¬ er Into this put mellow earth that is partly composed of clay and stir it until it II a mass of thin sticky mud As eoen as the roots are trimmed ready for planting dip them into it bodily If there is any delay about planting and the mud dries so that it is not sticky When the mellow puddle them again soil comes in contact with these muddy root it will stick to them olosoly Those who have never tried this plan oan have no knowledge of the good that follows I pnddle almost every plant that I set aad find that it always pays Cabbage and sweet potato plants will start into new growth almost without wilting no matter what the weather may be at the time P10H8 TOR THX DAIRY FARMER -- - it- - The best and most profitable way of disposing of skim milk and buttermilk tt to feed them to pigs Where batter is made extensively or even on a small seals there i opportunity for keeping pigs at a very aight cost If the re Â¬ paired number are not raised upon the farm they may be purchased at six weeks old or at weaning time For a few weeks at least after weaning they wjll thrive beet on sweet skim milk Buttermilk is also good but should not he fed undiluted or scours may reaalt With plenty of warmed milk combined with brand shorts or other ground feed of whioh eorn should fotm but a small portion if any pastor if convenient and pore water at all times pigs whioh bay received good ae through the moaner previous to weaning them will grow to thrifty maturity The ffftttiot of keeping over pigs or BoetMnntilayearoUlormoreis almost if not quite out of date Quick returns mk the profit in raising hogs for mark Â¬ et It must be an exceptional easeÂ¬ which would warrant keeping them longer than six or eight months As fast as the pigs of one lot are fattened and sold oUmm sboald b Ndy to take the pkwes of Um disposed of Itto far Utter In ttowritata estimation which is based upon eonatdwrabta experience to feed milk to pigs rather than to calves ex oept la the oeee of heiJew or a except Â¬ ionally fine mala whioh It might be de Â¬ sirable to raise A pig at six months will bring nearly M much as a steer at three times that age At present price of fat cattle no farmer ean afford to rates them white in six meatlM tita pig wUl or ha be in prime condition for sale and re torn a good profit The bog is one of the meet proBtebte animals the farmer baa OonsanUng as It Ami UwrWnseotwhteh Mother dfe powl eoold well be made upon the farm looked upon m lb lowest of dornisM animate doomed too often to exist In filthy quartets and receive only the slightest attention as to materiel eeav forte yet tit pig repays bin owner ten While pigs un Â¬ fold for hi keeping doubtedly thrive better when given a UbenJ supply of sweet skim milk for a time after weaning they will do fairly well without it if f sd upon brand and middlings made into a slop with water Whey from obese factories while sweet is better than water for tola pupose bnt w not available in many localities AD AM Farmers here are beginning to realise thi tee ttteUt does not gay to sesd worth gNla Mwrt eeenjl ox esutr o eke tote for i fjpgta he oar earn mmm OOBJI rji nteiswcll w mmimmjm la like Burn is read with insight it will be found that he prepared himself for hie work by an education not the less ef Â¬ fective beeanee it wns individual ami an academic Education then la the process by which a man takes the world into his own nature The on great which Msodates closely with nature is the farmer We read the papers with eagemees as they reoouat the x rays rx blotter marvel of llqueflod air or again at some new device to save labors but none of these are to be compared to the achieve Â¬ ments of agriculture The discovery that the moat ooetly eteniHta of fertiliser could be drawn from the soil by growing clover la of the moet valuable discovery the 19th oentury More wealth is pro- Â¬ duced in Indiana each year by it use than by all the mines in the state More happiness has been produced be caoee it went to build up better homes MEAN SOMETHING and better tchoola The mutual discuss Â¬ ions have brought about belter social conditions The great danger of the American farm- Â¬ Â¬ er is that of discontentment among the boys The farm is too slow they say Thi is mostly due to parents not keep- Â¬ ing abreast of the times It is not right nor fair that the farmer should give his beet to enrioh the trades It is not nat- Â¬ ural that the emarteet son should be oome a doctor anil the remedy is the thorough schooling of the farmers son that he may lead a full and happy and contented life with the opportunities for inoh lengths siloed and has fed 38 head reading and social enjoyment that by of grown cattle and sundry hones and sheep once a day Binoe stabling He baa right belong to him It is oonceded that uaed no other grain The cattle have the wealth of our nation comes from tne Isaac Ulrdsal Delaware finlds of the farmer that the luxuries of wintered well the rich flow from the sweat of the farm CoNY ers brow but the greatest product the i was the first to introduce crimson farm produces and the greatest crop of olover into this section as a field crop the world is the crop of honest educated This was ten years ago I dug up an old boys and cirls peach orchard and planted it to corn and just before the corn was given the Br Balls Cough Syrup is the safest last working I seeded the field withcrlm and surwt cure lor the most danferaus affocttoni of son clover That year I grew about 15 thetktle on cough wh Miptn congh and meaiUs bu of corn per aore I have continued ooegh lhyffcUfl prcKrtbc it children like it to grow olover and corn on this field ever and doM arc unall Price ijc sinee Each year the yield of corn has NORTONS VALLEY increased until 1808 when I husked 35 only fertilizer bu oi corn per aore The The health of this vicinity is very the oom had besides the olover was 350 VV good lbe of kanitand J 0 rock per acre R Hopkins Delaware There lim not been much excitement COST OF SHIPPING BORSBS at this place over the election All are According to Sec VVileon it costs from for Taylor and his ticket 30 to 40 after the horse is purchased in Mr Balltown please collect all the Chicago Buffalo or the eastern half of news you can from Tar Fork Some of the US before he can be disposed of in ua have an especial love for that place London Antwerp Paris and Hamburg Sunday the 15th Mr Jerry A skins a The ohargee are as great on a ohrap as prominent citiaen of this vicinity passed on a high priced horse consequently In away For several days he snfiered hor- Â¬ shipping horses abroad the better the ribly He expressed his willingness to horse the greater the percentage of profit die and assured his friends that he was It takes sometime for an imported horse going to a home of rest to recover from a sea voyage If more Tuesday night of the 17th Rev Drear time were allowed to elapse before the put on the market alter ar- Â¬ held services at the Valley church in horses were of of Mr Mat riving in the old country results would honor the 50th birthday tin Norton It also was the birthday of be better The expense however of his son Aron who is a aingle man and keeping would detract somewhat from does not want the ladles to know his the proposition The buyer usually age Â¬ considers 10 a fair estimate for the ex You have heard oi the garden spot of pense required to get in good condition the world in my opinion it is in Nor- Â¬ Â¬ for work after leaving the ship AH Eu ropean nations with the exception of tons Valley It is owned by good in- Â¬ Russia and Hungary do not produce as dustrious and thriving farmers The many horses as they need The deficien- Â¬ people are of good society and their hos-Â¬ cy is made up by importing from Canada pitality cannot be excelled The only complaint we have is the laok of inter- Â¬ and the U8 est in educational matters Parents wake up and let us supply that deficien- Â¬ 8SRKINQ WIDRK FOREIGN HAREXTS cy at aa early a date as possible And Steps are being taken by the govern- Â¬ the only way to do that is through the ment to largely increase our sales of farm common schools Therefore see that products abroad Efforts along this line your children attend regularly and give although somewhat desultory have been them some word of encouragement provocative of some good and the agri- Â¬ cultural department at Washington now Chamberlains Pain Balm Cares Oth- Â¬ seems in a fair way to accomplish more ers Why Hot Yen than in the past Possibly some stim Â¬ My wife has been using Chamberlains ulus baa been derived from the example Pain Balm with good results for a lame of oar Canadian cousins who are making shoulder that has pained her continually such tremendous and successful efforts for nine years We have tried all kinds to increase their trade with England of medicines and doctors without re- Â¬ The chief of the division of foreign mar Â¬ ceiving any benefit from any of them ket has just rattlmed from a missionary One day we saw an advertisemsnt of this tour in England and Europe looking to Â¬ medicine and thought of trying It which parÂ¬ ward the expansion of onr export we did with the greatest satisfaction ticularly of farm products and should be She has used only one bottle and her able to point out channels where our shoulder is almost well Adolph L trade ean be increased Mlllett Manchester N H For sale by While onr exports of product of agri- Â¬ A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shell culture oonUnae to form two third the man Stepheneport total merchandise shipments abroad they are not increasing as rapidly a de- Â¬ A Happy Childhood sired Export of manufactures on the John Buskin rejoloea that hie child- Â¬ other hand are phenomenally heavy hood was passed in a household of peace and darinr the fecal year W termed He never beard the voice of father or S8 par eent of the total more than mother raised In dispute nor saw an an against 34 per oent in 8 gry glance in the eyes af either Next Press dtepatebe are authority for the obedience and the thought of statement that Secretary Wilson intends followed resisting it aever occurred to hlir Then to make further effort when congress faith nothing was ever promised meet to secure the passage of a law pro Â¬ am him that was not given nothing threat Â¬ viding that dairy products shall be ex- Â¬ was not inflicted and nothing amined as to quality at the principal ened that port of export Ha believes that the told but the truth Increased export of butter are made up Walkers Tonlo I the link that plrka largely of inferior grade doing more up the vital for si man in hi run down barm than good to the permanenoy of to health and onr foreign trade Great sweatee has at Â¬ state and bind him strength by recuperating the Brain reg tended the official ineaecUoh of meat alattag the action of the Heart aid products intended for export thus assur Â¬ Nervous System ing foreign buyers of its integrity As nourishing the onr monthly official table of shown In TlCthtat2 Think axporK oar fotehrn trade la cheese ooa If wo wteh to gain contentment we MaM to lag a ooneeqinao largely of the bad nam give it daring the year aright try such roles a the of noth Â¬ 1 Allow thyself to complain was so much in whan ailed ah foreign trad in fresh and ing not evn of the weather evidence Oar 3 Never plctora tbyealf to thyself uc salted boat in pork produce and la live any eireamstaucrs In which tboa cattle ootitinaes graiifyingty large in of the efforts of some of the conn art not spit 5 Never compare thia own lot with trios in northern Europe to restrict it or that of another break it down 4 Never allow thyself to dwell on th i savaa vkam bxpobts or faim raoDucr wish that this or that had been or werr In round millions of dollars Â¬ tgj 1894 ltB otherwise than It was or is Qod Al VB iM 17 lly 5 and more wise ly Breadstuff 74 1M M mighty lave thee better 9 17 CattU i u 6 than tboa dost thyself j j6 j 1S1 Cattaa uc 19 mi mi 1I9 Re 6 Never dwell on tbs morrow 11 m 14 CoMa Mb M 17 14 if PrwvlafeM iji ttt ijl U4 MS J member that It 1 Gods The heaviest M M a m jo l part of sorrow often is to look forward to It The Lord will provide Rev E B smimwjmmi tln W 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 UUil LMLJM rUll JlUU 250 but Toe well bewed and double sole fiTlP PfiMPETTTfiP AT H OR u stock dirt excluder with automatic buck UUll uUlUXDlllUil Al le pegged double sole and for general service cant be beat at the price fiTTD T 17 A THE WISE F17D UflD 64 Tllis shLOe is not what would expect to get for it is of a fair quality of leather London yu mere Dark gray and black striped Well made Hip and iside pockets A small price z but the suit will give satisfaction II N DF R W FAR Mens gray mixed shirts 35c Meusfleeced Hned extra qanty 25c -- in CO rtU 10 Mens Pants 90c All wool Pants 125 BOYS SUITS 175 Made of wool cassJU THE ECLIPSE THE UPTOWN HOUSE 9SBWSSBWSBB3badW AJKIRST Canneltons Leading Tailor New Yoik Denial Parlors F R WILDER C28J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg 642 FOURTH STREET MAKE NO MISTAKE BUT IN THE RIGHT PLACE QETCi7 HARDIN IN WILDER ESTABLISHED 1888 XDEHsTTIST RVINRTHN Every Wednesday and Thursday after Fourth Monday ln Each Month Difficult work such as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed 8SSSSSDaVaarBarBSan WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS ArVa WaMaaaBBF WzS WHEN IN NEED I am still selling 4gggggk fSLa W yaggK Wi Jhave the largest and best equipped Dental Office south of the Ohio River We were the first to reduce the priee of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all DRUGS I make MEDICINE AT POPULAR PRICES mR mm iMEZr Teeth Extracted Filled with Amalgam Pilled with Gold and Platinum loy 36c 60c Al- Â¬ 76c Filled with Gold 1 00 and up A Good Set of Teeth 9600 Beet Set of Teeth no Better made the price my competitors try to meet them you can be con- Â¬ vinced of this by buying all your Drugs c from me I lead others 800 AaBBBBBBBBBstQrkaBSBBSBBBBBBBr dr Medical and Surgical IislHit 17 Lasaii Avenue OhSoago HI RsUbllahed In Chicago over twenty ycara Itogalarlr chartered under act of Illlaola Legislature Capital fully pahl 8104000 Theoldett largest unit reliable aad eeMful Medical Institute In the V 8 rrtrate room for PaUeuU with faetHUefl lor ay emergency X Kajr Mloroioplcal and DrUeortleal KnunlmMoM are made ta all em o trheoever dMffBOtte m deaMCal Write for free Book on DefonalWe and Hfaeee Ohib Feet Onrvatore of the 8jJb Broaehltto Catarrh Caaeer Tubmm file VmnifU Birilepey KMaey Btoddr ar Bhia aad Blood Dhwiii aad aH ar gMl Oporattoaa Bet faclHUea prmmtn asd Maedlu for the iiictMilul treatment aad oaro of all Obeoara or Chroule Dkeaeej W alMotutely yaaraat to ear ee7 eaaa af MarroM DoMUtjr aad dhanili re Hta from aba at aad InJIiwuHaa af atari t H E WOOD A M MD treJmt Old Plates Repaired and made as good as new We extract teeth absolutely without pain We are the only deatiete in the eity who extract your teeth and replaee them with temporary teeth same day Sunday from 8 a hi till 18 oeloek Lady always in attemlanee try to follow ADIES DO R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS GROOBR YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY XSVIaWGraEOaW Pressed Stndinr Seam Corrugated V Crimp Waggjgpa--j-4- - 3C-3- T- Do you want an artiolt that you oaanot get In your own town laalWeakaeM nlttt Iuiii aad Tttel otala bat U handled by t big conoern in tot aiem Iatpufaay Varloaeala B4ra eata Serletora PMantli ete ate Oaaaa Louiiville T II so drop a letter alenmnhl Wo laearable eaeee aaeaatad WoOODlordaqelt ieheiaMi Fatlaro stating jour needs to fc aakaowa toaei UtOOO taMainnwl lattaw am at front earad aatlaata Maar aatad at VrBaMBBBjpajaaBM aVaSB ytwiiihtilty or gr totttw WHW m ta iy MISS ADDIE G DITTO aaeMBMa asfea ZySOZJ i jo g Roll Cap y3 n r kA if yaF 2m Roof L Tarred A-rnUZaaHlBSBBaaaar and aaaaraaaaaaaar aak H1gggBV Sheathing Hi Steel Cap mBtvmtoUfe ura avgaajg aaaagajgajaBABBMMBBa WSA-a-a- ttl1Hlsy VMk lalalt OtitOaai aVIkai amr- - - a aaa aj tan arw awaajMBBMMM mbbb MBrMJ aBJJgSaaj m Roof Paints aaa -ajBJBaaBBMBBaMaaj -ABfaaggnji gafMraaj itaMtalftl a- RoofCementi w ma un or w vAaMsa Pussy MJactty J5r a very taiga 4Mf al pumpkin oats amairoaad Jtebert Archibald plans J3ZiZZZm awgawMRTT afc ear ft te more or throe aeras lMyeUw state cornÂ¬ mat bo ttpNtapMBaal giwasn Imposed tear Haifa ftta asarc aad lids or sara eye up fiammatloB graaalatod It U eavar and prolonged tnat grow to If ftMan and eared heav ily Wnt he hMrfosM it he i it la on all alike If the story of 1 gifted hoy Uood draggtet tall it 5mftjfjmmmbt fMgarMMMMMwiM vgrspnM eeajr i t mmm mm LOUI8VLLK KY ASWp5 Purchasing Aft nt 1919 Irook Street Utisvllli Ky HEALTH w Bhewttl gladly furnish you with aU Mafuxation and aasiat you S litt buying Taa itraai raaMd far a rvoat urotwaHoa aad aU flataaca at taa evv urxftDi of vltAar HI auofe an Harrvaa ProslraMaa ralUoa or I ui v Worry liuuotaiMi NIAIt EmlaaiflBa Tanthful Error af W4alIaaauty u j Wlv Tubaooo ur uwoav wawa Mao io uaiaiiua aad Swk tt II hi t itae toourn or rai una Um uiraay order wo aal ajaWra SMI SMrate bases Cm Wlfcl- d Ww Vur sale by tihort Uaynas Drugglste OioTerport gy - SM araux i i 4 fPlpiwiiiiWpWyw SPTO fTKT WSJfli yfWwiW5fpjpiflp v Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News MMHMH 1 BRANDENBURG Mr and Km J A Armstrong ware In tbe ally last week Kb Bath Phillips wm last week tbe gwest of Mies Nettle Soheae Mr and Mrs Ohas Drary spent last Sunday with Mr John Frakes If there is any better way w leeeh virtue than by practising it I do not know It Mr aad Mrs Wm Bewley and little Heary took ia tbe Carnival ana made a vMt to relatives Mrs D B Murray is looking so well She is a bright pleasant woman and one who enjoys life Mrs S 0 Malta has returned to Ow eneboro from a visit to her daughter Mrs George Worland Mrs James Fairleigh Is looking well for one of her years She stands her be Â¬ reavement with lovely Christian forti- Â¬ Before 90V 18M EIGHT PAGES CAIN Vt MAMH MMTf AMM m St MRi hr tUrsd hr at nto r S verNse immr ix ajwumb aaTaeJaeaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaeeJaaaaaaeBeaS ANNOUNCEMENT W era taOWrae1 M AmmmM Jam A Barry M the Noaifaee of the DwiienHc Farty to RtrmtM BracbearMge Cenety hi the Lower Hum of the t neaerat AttemMy of Keataeky IIobaht the Vfce TiMideHt of 1hh grand old republic of ours la dying at his home at Patereon N J The sym Â¬ pathy of an entire nation to with hw Borrowing family With all due respect to Ool David K Vmnva nntninn m exrireeeed In an in terview published In the Courier Journal we and reprinted in these columns will say that he 1b away oil There la no moreohanoe forGoebel or Barry carry ing thia oounty than there la for ua and we are not running Thla oounty will go Republican anywhere from 260 to 400 Squire LA Footkb artic le in this 1b It should ue is a valuable contribution every farmer It is the pracbe read by tical experience of a home min What Mr Foote has done on his farm hundreds of other farmers in Breckenridge county can do if they will only try We want more of just such practical letters from Â¬ farmers night in the interest of Goebel And for a speech of rank demagogery it stands at the top notch It waa full of abuse of Frank Pkak spoke herejlast Saturday everybody who opposed Goebelism and dared to have an oplnon of their own He branded them aa hirelings of the the American Book Company the money power and every other Im Â¬ aginary power that his sterile brain could picture We dont take stock in any such twad- Â¬ dle It ia not true and men of Intelli- Â¬ gence who read and think for themselves know it It ib the howl of the political demagogue who goes over the country appealing to the passions and prejudices of the unthinking to catch votes LN SAND CAVE FLAT A good rain last Saturday Herman Lays proving Bchool is progressing Im- Â¬ nicely Mrs Lon McKaughan is slowly Willie Jarrett of Haiel Dell was the gueet of his mother Mrs Carwile last week Mrs S Bain of Pierce waa the guest of her aunt Mrs A Glaycomb last Wednesday Achilles Dye our genial deputy assessor was in this community last week and was the guest of A A Glaycomb Monday night Never Alone is a melodious song and although it Is new the writer has known it for some time and it seems like an old song to us We older ones should try to keep up with the music of the day and not condemn the new songs for when we learn them they soon appear old to us Hon Geo W Jolly will speak at Ste phensport Saturday Nov 4 He was a Breckenridge boy and his many relatives and friends in this county will be glad of an opportunity to hear him He spoke to a large audience at that place in 96 that assembled on the site of ground where the old school house stood in which he learned the alphabet and he spoke of it as a very sacred place He is a good reaeoner and an excellent speak er Come out and hear him Wm Hardin should be honored with a monument erected In the most suitable place and all the names of the other pioneers of Breckenridge inscribed or at least all the heads of families that were In the fort and endured the hardships of that time and paved the way for the civilisation that this country now en joys Will some one set the ball rolling Appoint a day and have enthusi astic speeches made by Hon P W Hardin a relative and Hon Geo W Jolly a great grandson of Wm Hardins and Col D It Murray and others Give the people a chanoe to contribute by free will offerings and this scribe predicts that the people will respond with a fund almost or quite sufficient for the pur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pose Brandenburg we believe that when we teach a child how to talk or how to put words together to form a sentence is the time when the child begins in gram mar either bad or good just as it is taught Grammar k the art of speaking and writing a language correctly and to let a ehlkl arrive at the age of fifteen or study all the other branches before it studies grammar ia like putting the It is impossible eart before the horse for a child to be well versed in all other branches before it has any knowledge of grammar therefore the efalW shoeW begin with Its language lemons as soon a It begin to read We shottld not come to the conclwl i that away shU dren are rained by tbe early stady of grammar bat that many of w elder oaee were rowed for tbe lack of aa early knowledge of that study Many boys and sjUfe are able to teach in oar pablle shook at lbs aw of nfteea or sixteen andeomld lay some of as old tofies in tbe shade la eorreot writing sad speak ia Bailers old pwmaoer is good at Â¬ least we older ones think so bat U we knew more of soma of tbe later gram mar we might like them a well If not better than Bailers Gibbon describes how before the set the exam blasting altar every hundredth mans ple of brutality and violence so long will arms were hacked oft him and before the idea of brutality be born in the souls his eyes thrown into the flames All of men that a red Indian would have done century was freely practiced by wise way to beneflthumanity Ib to last The our ancestors of 12 centuries ago And attend to your own adairs and thus give the highest ideal of a man then In- Â¬ other people an opportunity to look after cluded as a duty dark cruelty and theirs grewsome revenge against all his ene- Â¬ Many from Kentucky will attend the mies unveiling of tbe Winnie Davis monu- Â¬ Hens Feet ment at Richmond Va Let all honor The man buying a pair of shoes Increases the circulation in be shown the occasion found the right one perfectly comfort- Â¬ the scalp gives more power snug to the nerves supplies miss- Â¬ Brother Duvall commenced a series of able and easy the left one rather la ing elements to the hair Its usually so said the salesman Â¬ services at Highland lastSunday I Save bulbs the left foot Is commonly a little biginvitations from several friends to take ger than the right foot Used according to direc- Â¬ tions gray hair begins to me down and hope to go you make the left shoe a Why dont show color in a few days G H Casperke has been quite nnder little bigger then usked the custom Soon it has all the softness er the weather forsome time He has been and richness of youth and Baid the salesman the dif- Â¬ Well the color of early Hie returns in Louisville for treatment and has re- Â¬ ference Is usually not great aud it Would you like our book turned much improved might not be enough so that It would on the Hair We will gladly Misses Ermine and Ellen Manford send it to you be noticed If trying on shoes And then were guests of Mrs J D Hardin last It Is not so great but what the differ Write vs week Miss Ellen sang at the Baptist ence In feeling of the two shoes disap- Â¬ If you do not obtain all the pears very soon And then too In some Sunday school last Sunday morning benefits you expected from cases the mans right foot Is the larger the Vigor write the doctor The rain last Saturday prevented me the man boing right footed In this re-Â¬ about it He may be able to from hearing the political speeches It spect as men are sometimes left handsuggest something of value tho common habit in also kept a tremendous crown away ed the reverse of to vou Address Dr J C Ayer km J owen mass but a good many were here I under the uso of their hands If shoes were stand next Monday will be a big Goe- - commonly made with tho left a Httlo majorbelite day a band speakers etc a bigger than tho right to fit the ity of cases theyd be worse than ever grand rally whon you hit a right footed man So GLENDhANE Yes congeniality is the tie that binds the shoes are made alike In size a man comfortably to and so I feel when I meet Mrs J D gets a pair that fit him Miss Bettie Webb ia visiting at Lelth Babbage Mrs D W Fairlelh Mrs start with and they adapt themselves fleld Andrew Fairleigh and Mrs Cbapeze quickly to any slight differences in the Vic Robertson went to Hardineburg feet New York Sun Watben All are many years younger Sunday but so congenial that after seeing them Birds are plentiful and hunters im- Â¬ How Care Kills the past dwells afresh many days with Wise people have long been aware patient me that care killed a cat but It has been Perry Hoekina was in Cloverport I was so delighted to meet those hand- Â¬ left to the X rays to explain how and Thursday why Dr Fritz Lange of Munich has some ladies my old schoolmates of for Bob Mattingly of Hardlnaburg is plas Â¬ upon tho ty years ago Meedames It L Newsom turned his fluorescent screen stomach of a happy and contented cat tering Billy Mattinglys house of Cloverport and J D Braahear of and has seen tho process of digestion Elza Moore and Veruon Hunter of Owenaboro They have few lines such going on as It should In all well regu- McDaniele were here Sunday as time pencils like monumental inscripÂ¬ lated stomachs Then he has Introduced Miss Nannie Fisher Bockvale was a tions to departed youth Every feature care and Irritation into the feline mind cutst at Dr Dempsters Saturday by placing a live mouse just beyond Is still high bred and their hearts as Charley Ilhodee of Chicago was visreach and has seen digestion stopped warm as in early days thereby iting relatives and friends here last Singleton Wilson was here to his The Society For the Prevention of week uncles Mr J L Fairleighs funeral Cruelty to Animals may cry out on beMr and Mr Bob Robertson aud Mr Sing was reared here but it baa been half of the cat or the mouse or both Ul lut many many years since he had been but the lesson against worrying is as Ferd Owen visited at Ltltclfit complete as any Christian Scientist weelc back to the old stamping ground He is Worrying stops digestion could Mr Curtis Eza Moote and Master a prosperous rising railroad official We causes desire dyspepsia retards all the nor- Â¬ Hunts Mercer went to Irvington Sunday regret to know his mother Mrs Letitia mal physical processes and demoralizes Wilson has had a fall which broke her both body and mind It wastes tbe night Rev Henry Sparks of Grayson county collar bone forces of life destroying the tissues Brandenburg Normal rooma have been without accomplishing anything Chi- Â¬ preached at Glendeane till Friday night last week painted varnished and generally beauti- Â¬ cago Tribune JMr Burton should remain with us fied Mrs Clarence Smith and little daugh Â¬ DlanU MeQalres Whisky a long time to enjoy all that he has done ter of Fordeville visited at Mr Stums Meagher was full of anecdotes of bis last week for Brandenburg That reminds me that famous brigade One story is too good he will have one extra star in his diadem to bo lost He said he was leading his Misses May Dempster and Daisy Dean for stopping cigarette smoking to a great men to the front In one of tho seven were guests of Miss Lizzie Fishers at extent among his pupils I heard one of days battles when an aid rode by and Rockvale Sunday them Bay When I started to Mr Bur- Â¬ announced the news that our army bad Mlsa Monna Hunter came down from ton nearly every one of the boys from carried a certain strategic point and Bewleyville Friday night and stayed at Dye hear that boys the largest to the smallest smoked and Beveral colors Our men have won home till Sunday night inhaled now I cannot count six He shouted Meagher the day and captured the enemys col- Â¬ Nolle Ashley has bought up a big lot has done more than homes and minisors I Just as I said that remarked of old iron and ia ready to purchase any ters A teacher can do it Mr Hardee the general a private who was plung- Â¬ ty has aa good an influence and ia very ing along out of one muddy hole Into and all amounts he can find The Rev Mr Miller Methodist minis Â¬ upright indeed another looked up at me and Bald Ah ter at Falls of Rough will preach here That editorial A Campaign of Vitu- Â¬ glnral Id rather hev a pint of Dlnnls peration in Sundays Courier Journal McGulres whisky now than all the col- Â¬ once a month this conference year as Fannie Green will teaoh for her Donahues Maga Â¬ was magnificent I like this paper be- Â¬ ors of the rainbow zine sister thk week Miss Nannie will be cause it ia never abuaive to any candi- Â¬ at home with her father who is conva- Â¬ date I do think the attacks upon Wil- Â¬ Wouldnt Wear the Orovra The late William Morris views on lescent liam Goebel have been the most virulent Owen Hunter went to Planters Hall most revolting and most bitter that I tbe laureateehlp as made public In have ever known The attacks some of Mr Mackalls biography were peculiar Friday night expeoting to hunt Satur- Â¬ Rain pre Â¬ them are such as to offend reason and and Interesting Mr Gladstone was day with Walter Moorman willing to offer Morris the succession vented disgust the coarsest much less tbe reÂ¬ to Tennyson but on being sounded Speaker Peake set tbe political fires fined A good dog should not receive the socialist poet although pleased a burning Friday night till Saturdays the treatment Mr Goebel has gotten with the honor declined unreservedly Fair play should rule and square dealing stating that In his opinion the function wet couldnt quenelf them In fact be the motto I am so glad the News is of poet laureate was that of a cere- Â¬ there was more politics hsre Saturday monial writer of verse and that the than any thing else not in this disgraceful campaign Marquis of Lome the languidly liter- Â¬ Ernest MoDonald of Henderson who ary of Queen Victoria- - was attended school here laetysar is at Cen Â¬ Hows This the finest person to fulfill It tral University Richmond thk year We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward No better boy ever same to Utopia and Japanese Ideas ef Wenten for any case of Catarrh that can not be The five worst maladies that af- Central is blest if she has many of his oured by Halls Catarrh Cure klud flict the female mind are indoclllry F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O slander jealousy and silliLouts Ashley who believes in living We the undersigned have known F J discontent ness Without any doubt these five Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Â¬ maladies afflict seven or eight out of well and enjoying himself every day lieve him perfectly honorable in all busÂ¬ ever ten women and from them arises was 47 years old one day last week He iness transactions and financially able to the Inferiority of women to men A set a big dinner and had a houseful of carry out any obligations made by their woman should cure them by self In Â¬ friends to dine with him Mr spection and self reproach The worst J Ssaton and sons left this firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole Â¬ of them all and the parent of the other morning to work in timber near Hudson four Is Bllllnessl Cornhlll Magazine None When asked for news he replied do 0 Walding Kinnan Marvin now but Tuesday week I can give you Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Normal Old Ave Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internal Â¬ The general tendency Is for men to plenty of tbe kind Kentucky people Mr 8eatoa k one of our good ly acting dtreetly upon the blood and lire longer There is much evidence to need show that In tbe fourteenth fifteenth Republican friends who believes Tay Â¬ mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists and sixteenth centuries men of 70 were lor will be elected considered very aged and that a man Testimonials free ef 80 was a very rare phenomenon If Halls Family Pills are the beet MONEY medical sdenoe sanitation and general en tan m est obedience to tbe laws of health con Â¬ Mud at The Death eft retalnest Farmer tinue to Improve tbe gauge of normal number la Hlllory MoQary a prominent and well fcae may vet rise to Iffi goitoP Poet hod mi ka l mad alX va wUl Mad to do farmer living near Jollys station Ca Bnll rtMkliamaa a ssajj On Tbe Pastime Ion wjlaajtal MM ia this county died lest Sunday evening aalaallaa Tea aaa Mt T F Sawyer tbe builder and own- Â¬ at S oclock Mr MoUerya death earn ad writ mm raaarasj lag so sudden will be a surprise to bis er of tbe pretty little yacht Pastime aipraaa w U foaa i took bla family to HawevriUe Sunday aameraae friends as oaly a few weeks MltafMlory kolijrunat where they spent tbe day tbe guests of aajo be appeared to be la perfect health and laa He was taken ill met Thursday and Mr aad Mm W II William vl rWTJV aw or mM expired Saaday evening at 8 oclock or rv HaCoMHeme His death was caused from inflammation Mr and Mrs James T Skillman who of the bowels Mr MoGary was about aiarasi flfty ave years old aad leayea a widow have spent tbe past year oa their farm itllfNrWUl lif aaM Mill aad Mrs eblldrea lathe community near Webster nave returned to Clover TUa NmuIm MuIi TaM ajm latM at to far VaS aoraiMSI where be lived be was ufardsd as a pott MrSdllmaa has boug bt the prop Â¬ JaVa laal Naak it JaokaaXuf aui lull auafa tlaak Maa quiet boaeet upright atttaaa Ho was a erty roMBlly occupied by Leon MoGav Sreaahoat wUa a arali aad hlaafc aaiRnliliail alth TrloMuad tllarosadwlta member of the Oatbolw oborab aad ook on railroad street kKaaa awwii iarUad wila vi Wrll fcfcaMaat Cimliaw kMnZ Hk many Monde are glad to welcome was boried in the Catholic cemetery at him place last Monday afternoon Ibis So long as governments tude priests Solemnly devoted to the gods tbe whole of the hostile army then in sight and If possible no man of It was left alive A writer In The Nine teenth Century says that when ner mann decoyed tbe great boot of Varus into tbe forest depths all the Romans that escaped death In the battle were captured and led Into the dark recess es where every man of them was sacrificed upon hastily erected altars Latham ia his edition of Tacitus quotes six contemporary authorities to show that this practice of concluding a victory with human sacrifices was customary among our Teutonic ances tors Some crucified their prisoners others hung them up to trees for arch ery practice but in general a captive was either slain on the spot or else re served to be sacrificed to the gods Bveu when the progress of agriculture Induced them to keep a majority of the prisoners alive to be slaves they appeased the gods for this indignity by increasing the tortures Inflicted on the small remainder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brvtalltr la War a battle in former times tbe SERIES OP ENTERTAINMENTS rtl Â¬ an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How Is this Perhaps slcepies nights sick- oaused it or grief nest or perhaps it wis care No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old at thirty Gray hair Is starved hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force Gran Kings Daughters will give a in u euiertaiumente thk winter Mis Marvin Beards brilliant social evening came first Than on Friday evening W 17 Mrs The Withers entertained tn her dellghtinl way Tbe house was l antifully decorated the hostess dis l iring htr talent In that Hue to prfec ttun The amusements were new and o vel ia tbe Song Komaoee contest Mua Maiy Board won Ant prk and M hljt inian Ball captured tbe Booby prit Hit i sr Ttt H crayon social with Mr Withers t rclur made fun a plenty for H Aa excellent program was rendered Ins Duo Country Dene Nevln Mr Marvin Beard aud Miss Bee ie Bfatd vigor Vocal Solo Unanswered Bleehoff Mrs Withers Keo Sent to Heaven Miss Line Has too I oe Solo Chanson Da Noel Beau m out Mies Alice Baker Male Quartette and ononis My Creole Sue Davis M sera Marvin Beard Tom Withers Lewk Kinoheloe and Jones Mercer Ins Solo The Poets Harp Mendels Â¬ sohnMrs Marvin Beard Vocal Solo Good Night Farewell Knoken Mrs It N Miller Those present were Mr and Mrs Parole Beard Mr and Mrs Beard Mr and Mrs It N Millar Misses Mary Board Line Heston Bessie Beard Alice Baker and Messrs Frank Board John llBBwell Sherman Ball Jones Mercer Liwls Kinoheloe Dr Walker and Taylor Babbage NOTM Â¬ Â¬ Miss Alice Baker was decidedly the best artist in the drawing elaea The entertainment was one of the beet ever given in this oity Mrs Iteubln Miller will throw open her hospitable home to the Kings Daugh Â¬ ters Friday evening Nov 24 The elegant lunch which waa served at 1030 oclock was hugely enjoyed by all The Kings Daughters will give an entertainment at tho City Hall in the near future Flattering Prospects Low cut shoes High cut shoes Broad toe shoes Narrow toe shoes Front lace shoes Side lace shoes Button shoes Mens shoes Womens shoes i Boys Shoes Girls shoes Childrens shoes ALL KINDS OF SHOES Our prices correspond with our shoes We have expensive shoes oheap shoes and moderate price shoes Every individual who tries ub oan be suited both in fit and in prioe aH fa X 4 PRICES Â¬ Hasdinsbuho Oct 30 Special Since the first of September last there haye been more goods sold in this town than in ten years before in its previous history Net one merchant alcne but all of them speak of the increase in their business It will likely continue in the winter and Bprhig because this is to be the largest tobacco market in the county The facilities for handling it are to be lnigelv increased and the buyers are de Â¬ termined to buy all they can get This will set a eood deal of money afloat and the people should naturally stop at Hat dinsburg to spend it This will continue to bring business and good times ALL KINDS OP PRICES Go to VESTS TO IBB STJIOTBID-- Â¬ immimmmmmmmimmm Our Method of Doing Business WHAT ARE YOURNEEDS a I Is to buy the beat sell tbe hast keep the best and recom Â¬ mend the best It is this method that has brought to our store a permanent desirable patronage t It will please us to meet your wants if our methods of doing business are any assurance to you that you will not be disappointed in buying of us In Drugs Books Stationery and Sundries Such as sorvicable if J MOREMEN POPHAM JACKETS Leading Druggists KY and PANTS from lows wmmmmmm mmmmmmis MKBiBliHSajSe -- IRVINGTON Â¬ 9ttM9S4M999SS9e9 tfer Th mott cvalrally leoatad aad only JirK daat hotel la IM eky waWtg a I to 5 faoo rate Oaly om block fratr ts jtfhoeifal bopping district aad two block ffoaa the principal theatre Street cart pas the door to all parti of the city BreryUUaK seat aa4 clean FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr MMMM9Mi The newest things in Cute Vestee uite for little fel- Â¬ at iitttiBtiii8iigiMiaatteiiaitit and a large line of honeet wearing shoe for the little one can be had for little money at r- - son-in-la- flD PAIR CltTtiff rts Teamsters Who Want Bargains Must Viiit Haswell for Hoary Tftfcm Harneu and Hand Hade BRDDLBS 7 8 of an inoh round rtina oup harntM Â¬ Â¬ Ltilii On Prlw stm Brass Trimminf i Who Does Wot Envy That Man who ia feotly lenthw ptr KiP at Me with bimaelf and the wet of the world If hli coat crowded hii took biff trouMM polled hit leg hit Tost equeoMd BUNDS with rounded ooraara LINS8 one inch 18 Aw long HjUCULstMl clad braap btUl top COLLARS No 1 woodjSootoh TRACES 1 3 4 inoh double aad stitched BACKS ftuioy shaped double and stitched with brass ornaments BBXBOHINCr BRSAST STRAPS 11 2 inoh OHOKB STRAPS 1 1 4 inch heary with 11 2 inoh layer rnM mjCkA him hit neoktte known for its durability only 80 othere want HO This set of HameM which U elegant in workmanship and We are displaying a beautiful line of Winter Lap Robes Plash Horse Covers and other goods per taininfto these lines Also agent tor the Wilson Air Tight Heater either wood or ooal and sold with a guarantee to give satisfaotjpn JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflsneBBm played horeebaok with him or his shirt persisted in twiitlaf hiin around he wouldnt be ao easy Detail and lit go a long way toward putting oonfidenoe r FRANK HASWELL OlOTrexport 3C3r Bend A tsKrfl la em in a man suit We Thats our look long to details 8 to Top notob suits from -- - Ht lfLisricSr l Wat C 1260 u the Bkjsciusnbidoji Njsws and gut a and the Nkws free uf charge for one year 500 Hiole Q Smiths I 223 MMMMIBI Vft mm eiiriHwWip r itt dHHIBHiJMMbiaHflHHaiBHIl ntrttimHIPmm NfW1 fcj 1 i7ww i lTr- - HP VHHnCIPBWf J pe-f - EWVr- - jil S-- Ji- nT mmtamtm To those living in malarial districts I Tuttt P11U are indispensible they keep the system in perfect order and are spoke in title aity tatNnfajjr ttlfc fat te a Mf awmeaae He spoke ia Hie later est of Seaator Goebel ami made aa im Â¬ pressive speooii Me hob am hearem spell hoaad and thoy west away rejoio I Womans Mission kytkl Stmmful ctmfattthn M tmy field deptnds n heUK fatora aboat an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and ail bilious diseases Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge Jm D V News There la a nan of promiaeaoa la this oity and who m engaged ia htteiaees who Iim tn qaeally oonplalited of aaffering with rbenmatien Oa visiting a dty of ranch larger population he attended a aweH reoeptlon Yon who have had the pleasure of attending theee swell affairs well know the mens lie par took oi all the side issues and when Mii y ajourned said to a meet inlmate friend Weill I do believe my suffe- Â¬ ring has left me entirely Big Revival la Pregreee 6 littfapi Biiteri u4 PreprUtra NOV 1 WKDKK8DAY 1860 l Tk News in Brief jb4444 4444 44444 4444 Mrs William Hall baa returned to her home at Webster William Galloway la painting hie res ldenee on Main street Alfred Ileston of Hardineburg was in the oily Sunday N V Mitchell of Derby Ind was In the oily Wednesday Mrs Marlon Ryan of Louisville Is In the oity visiting relatives Just alt Bifltuark of Cloverport If he is fond of frozen pnnoh A L Oelse proprietor of the Holler Mills is repairing the building a L Oelse is paying twenty seven and a half cents per bushel for corn Phillip McGary of Hardineburg was in the city Sunday visiting rllivrs James T Smith and Thurman Hook of HardlnBburg were in the city Sun Â¬ day Joseph Oulley one of Hancocks pro- Â¬ gressive farmers was in the city Thurs The Rev George Morrla is holding a in revival at Glint Nortons The meeting the Norton neighborhood haa been going on now about a week and there is a great interest manliest ed People are flocking to the meeting for miles around and there have been a number of conversions Rev Morris is preaching with great power and the meeting la calculated to result in great big good Voleanio Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Buoklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Bores Ulcers Bolls Felons Gorns v u - r Warts Outs Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Beet File Drives out Fains and cure on earth Aches Only 36 eta a box Cure guar anteed Sold by Short Si Haynee Drug gists Â¬ are ooaatantlr aaked Shall women vote Shall ther nraettoe law Shall they compete with men in every field Whatever womans mission may finally be de clared to be It is certain that something must be done for her physical health Ignorance superstition and myetery sur round womans delicate organism neroia efforts to endure pain is part of womans creed Many womens lives are a constant BtrugglewithlaMltude many are violently 111 without apparent cause and few indeed are in normal health This Is all wrong and mlghtbe different if women would follow Dr Harttnans adÂ¬ vice Perhaps the most practical printed talk to women to be found anywhere la in Dr Hartmana book called Health and Beauty whioh the Medicine Co Columbus O will mail free to women only It is certain that Dr Hartmana haa proved a perfect boon for womens diseases of the pelvic organs It treats them scientifically and cures them permanently All druggists sell It I received your book and commenoed the use of your medicine at once writes Mrs II D Amoes of Greensboro Ga to Dr Hartman I took Ave bottles of and two of I feel like a new woman When I commenced taking1 I could hardly walk across my room now I am doing my own work and oan walk to church I shall never cease to thank you for prescrib Â¬ ing for me I had been under the treatment of two doctors but never received any benefit until I commenced taking your medicine I wish every woman who was suffering as I was would send for one of your books May God bless you and spare you many years to relieve women who are suffering as I was Fifty thousand women will be counselled and prescribed for this year free of charge by Dr Hartman president of the Surgical Hotel Columbus 0 All women suffering from any disease of the mucous membrane or any of the peculiar ills of women may write to him and the letters will receive hla personal attention Write for special question blank for women AMILIAR qneetlooa wonMma iJafiavln A VlHsllotlve Hentlle Tba fatMto Iaaea ia found on tba la faada ot MartlBiqaa and Santa Laoia wbara tba native oonnteract Its vlroa with a decoction ot Jungle bemlook and the baala of lta grtwsotne reputation aeema to be Uie fact tbat it does not warn tbe Intruders of lta baunta after the manner of tbe cobra or Uie rattloauako but flattena it colla and wltb sllglitly vibrating tall await Â¬ evonta Â¬ Fe-ru-- Fe-ru-- Pe-ru-- na Man-a-ll- n Fe-ru-- If tbe uneuepecting traveler ahould abow no algn of boatlle Intent be may be allowed to paaa unharmed wltbla two yards of tbe colled ntatadore but a cloaer approach la apt to be construed aa a challenge and the vlvoron aud denly roaring Its ugly head may scare the trespasser into some motion of self defense he may lift his foot or brand Â¬ ish his stick in a menacing manner If he does he Is lost The lower colls will expand bringing the business end neck and all a few feet bearer the bead points like a leveled rifle then darts forward with electric swiftness guided by tin unerring instinct for the selection of the least protected parts of the body And the vindictive brute Is ready to repeat Us bite For a moment it rears back trembling with excitement and if felled by a blow of its victims stick will snap away savagely at stumps and stones or oven like a wounded pan- Â¬ ther at its own body Popular Science Monthly A curly haired small boy sat in a Fourteenth street car Just at tbe time of tho day when tbe cars are most crowded on Thursday afternoon A worn looking woman evidently bis mother sat beside him At Fifteenth street a particularly buxom woman of mlddlo age crowded into tho car There was no seat for her and she stood glar Â¬ ing at the boy Later her displeasure vented itself in words and she express Â¬ ed herself freely to the woman who stood next her about women who let their children occupy seats whilo Indies are standing The worn looking wom Â¬ an Hushed but made no movo to have the boy surrender his seat Tho buxom woman still glared nnd still expressed herself with extreme frankness Tho boy Bat still At N street tho mother rang the boll As tho car stopped she put her arms around tho boy and lifted him to his foot half carrying him to tho door Wont you tnke this seat she said I am Just tak Â¬ to tho buxom woman ing htm homo from the hospital And ns the car rolled on the buxom woman looked warmer than the weath Â¬ A GENERAL CLEANING UP Preparing to show the largest stock of Merchandise us SSSSJSSSSSISS-- in the county Silent Itebakc When wanting a Bargain visit Prominent West View Citizen Dead Mr Will Henniger who died at his home near West View last week was a good quiet farmer and will be missed in the community where he lived He was here on the first day of last Circuit Court and started home sick He didnt get any farther than West View where he lay ill for about three weeks and died A home Postman Biraarks Iron Nerve Was the result of bis splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want thm qualities and the succees this head they bring uso Dr Kings Now Life Advertisements inserted under insertion at the rate of one cent a word each Pills They develop every power of LOST A COW brain and body Only 25c at Short A red and white speckled cow with a Haynee Drugstore yeeveevfveve tyeyfvevBt WANTS back mark SULZERS Telephone 5 Ring 2 Sam Adkisaon who lives about a mile day and a half from Webster ha a shepherd J T Patterson spent a few dflys last dog which has been trained to be useful week at Troy Ind visiting friends and Every day he Is sent to the post office with a little mail sack tied around his relatives John Allen fireman on the Illinois neck When the mall is placed in the Central is here visiting his mother Mrs sack he starts for home and never stops nntll it is safely delivered John Allen Another remarkable feature about the was Mr William Blaln of Patesville in town Sunday and registered at the dog ia that he is a bob tailed dog that haa been so from birth Mitchell house Mr and Mrs 0 L Knight who have been spending a week in Indiana have returned home on the right ear and a half crop which it torn Cirden outtheMuar Write to L WWKLIb Jones Ky One of the saddest deaths that has ocLOST TEN DOLLARS curred in this vicinity for many years Two five dollar bills wrapped in tiuue was that of Mr R B Cardan last week LOST either at layne and Co 1 store or at to The finder after a months illness He was thirty Mr Juliui SlpplesIn the Ilabbage will pleaw return ri building and F Hunker four years old and leaves a wife and four colve reward line She hat a wallow fork mark fir R B Â¬ IV Vo Eight to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form haye friends but 8 0 FJckerell and wife who have been and temper will always one who would be attractive must keep visiting in Louisville have returned to her health If she Is weak sickly and their home in Ouster all run down she will be nervous and Miss Katie Starks after a pleas irritable If she haa constipation or kid- Â¬ Crew DUabled by Lightningant visit of one week at the home of Mr ney trouble her impure blood will cause The American ship Sachem which sail and Mis Joseph Seymour has returned pimples blotches skin eruptions and a ed from Philadelphia last fall laden with to her home at Glendale Electric Bitters kerosene oil has arrived at Shanghai wretched complexion Mr William McOarty and wife oj is the beet medicine in the world to reg after an eventful voyage Before reaching Hongkong says the St Louis Globe Wbitesville and William McOarty and ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to Democrat her master died and was family of Owensboro visited Mr and purify the blood It gives strong nerves burled at sea In Formosa channel after Mrs Thomas H Bates at Tar Fork last bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich leaving Hongkong she hud a most trying experience She only missed the tall end week g complexion It will make a of a typhoon and then a tremendous eharmlng woman of a run down in- Â¬ thunderstorm came up It gathered so An elsctrlo light plant should be built valid Only 50 cents at Short Haynee quickly and quietly that the officers and in this city crew bent their combined energies toMorgan of Stephensport was in Drag Store ward taking in canvass The seas rolled the oity Bandar so high and the ship pitched so fearfully Is Pleased that it was feared she would sink To Mr Sam Baker of Patesville was in cap the climax her foremast was struck Louisville Kv Oct 26 1809 Sir the oity Tuesday by lightning The immense stick was James Mattlngly J V Harpole J M I am pleased to know that you are at splintered and pieces of mast and rigMarshy and John Harrison were at the work in earnest to build up your section ging went flying over the ship Over Tar Springe Suaday They were taking in the interest of Farmers Institutes I half of her crew were knocked insensible am working now from Jefferson to Ken by the lightning and for a number of kodak pictures of that famoas resort the mercy hours ton 13 ooantlee Let the good work go of the the ship drifted about at secured in Mr and Mrs D 0 Beaton of IrylBg storm Her new mate Hongkong suffered the worst of all and ton left Tuesday for Otawatome Kane oa and we will all pall together was believed to be dead for six hours YoarsTraly They will be absent one month and will him It F Dolanxy Two members of the crew thoughtresusMr Louis Mattiogly visit bar brother still alive and were determined to By vlborous rubbing and citate him Hon L F Peake of Shelbyville Oa a Jag pouring brandy down his throat he was The Louisville and EyaasvlUe Mail anally brought to IMii I-1 HI HI II IMin IMi company haa issued an order whioh proNew Alpine Herrer hibits drinking on the part of the com A frightful accident recently occurred panys employes The order was brought about by one of the second at Meran In the Austrian Tyrol the health resort where the Grown Prince clerks recently getting on a Jag and leav Â¬ Alfred of Saxe Goburg grandson o ing the boat after it leaded at Louisville Queen Victoria met his death last spring with the receipts of the cash drawer in A party of tourists was going up the side his possmlon going out ia the city to of the Schneeberg when the cable by have a good Ume Hanoosk Glarioa -- small children ouo of whom Is now ill wilh typhoid fever the same disease that proved fatal to the father Mr Garden raoyed to this neighbor- Â¬ hood from Ohio county nine years ago He was an industrious young farmer and had a bright future before him Ho will be greatly mlseed by the family nd by his father who is eighty nine years old and took who great pride in his son His body wto taken to his old home near Shreve for bnrial Â¬ er warranted Washington Post gers in this and close by counties Salary Dx a year and expenses Straight buna fide no more no less salary Position permanent Our refer ences anv bank in any town It is mainly office work conducted at home Iteference Enclose selfaddretsed stamped envelope The Dominion Company Dept 3 Chi ago LAND FOR SALE SEVERAL BKIOHT WANTED peront to represent ut as Mana AND Â¬ Crawford FOR SALE the Samuel county Ky property in Dreckenridge containing about seventeen acres For particulars address MRS A HOWARD 349 Indiana Ave Indiana- Â¬ polis Ind Â¬ SALE 50 acres of Sugar Tree Run about from Lodeburg The land dwelling house and barn NER Union Star land on the waters of three fourths of a mile is partly cleared with Apply to VM MIL Â¬ Â¬ LEGAL HUNKS Ridge OR SALE Illank Deeds and Mortgages and AM Forms or Legal Ulanks UHKCKKN- - nivs office good-lookin- TDITI0V Dirt For the Dirty Ones In several of the provincial towns writes Mr Ilnnsome one finds hotels said to bo conducted on tho foreign prlnclplo and certain Japanese hotels have a forolgn sldo Tho European ac- Â¬ commodation in such places is as a rule terrible The rooms are dirty the beds are rlckoty tho bedclothes are apparently seldom washed and tbe ta bles and chairs are soldom capable of standing on more than two legs at a time When I first went to Japan I could not understand how on the foreign side of the Japanese hotels the accom- Â¬ modations could be so inferior when the Japanoso portion was kept scrupulously clean Ono would naturally think tbat a people whose houses were so spotloss would revolt at having a portion of their premises in a filthy Â¬ Â¬ PORTRAITS for Our price 100 best grade 135 agents charge 296 for at 175 Wheeler PASTELS FRAMES 75c to 225 SEWING MACHINES 1850 to CRAYONS same as agents charge 198 and water colors same as 2750 Wilson No 9 ball bearing at 3500 FURNITURE at all prices Suites Side Boards Tables Safes Wardrobes Beds both iron and wood Sofa Lounges Couches Morris Chairs Booker Chair the largest assortment in the county and atthe lowest prices Undertaking and Embalming all calls promptly attended dayor night tlKECKENRIDGE NEWS OKlICE EDOEW00D BEKKSIIIUB8 SALE Certificate in Bryant Business College Louisville Ky Stratton Apply to condition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BREED the kind that win as the record oi my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year will attest I showed only animals oi my own breeding and captured a good percentage oi the desirable prizes The priie winnlng boar Head light Jr 43909 and old Artful Duke 10th in My brood service llgs of their get ior sale sow are of best American and English strains Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Ky I But as explained to me by the land- Â¬ lord of one of these hybrid establish- Â¬ ments Foreigners are dirty by nature They go about their houses in their boots and consequently they cannot wish to have their rooms kept In propÂ¬ er condition Literature The Barber Waa All night After being shaved in a Chicago hotel harbor shop said the man from South Bend I walked out nnd down the street and entered another shop and took a chair Tbe barber lathered and scraped me without a word and 15 minutes later I submitted myself to a third lie lathered and rubbed as If I bad not been shaved for a month and Just as he took up the raaor I asked Didnt you notice that I had been shaved twice already this morning Yes sir he replied But you are going to shave me again No sir I supposed you came in here to get the skin taken off and part Pittsburg with some of your cheek Dispatch I Â¬ Â¬ M HAMMAN SON THW v Â¬ or t ioc bus or calling cards oct too state ments 73c 100 Deonison tags Sec loo noteheads ma 100 gummed labels 75CJ 100 envelopes 60 3jc We pay all transportation cliarges Have B your copy rt AiH and unmutakablk C LKATIIE Printer Norwood Mass Orders Solicited r DOES YOUR BOY NEED Â¬ Thai cough Hangs on Â¬ SEVERAL BRIGHT AND HONEST persons to represent us as Mana Â¬ gers in this and close by counties Salary 9jo a year and expenses Straight bona fide no more no less salary Position permanent Our refer eaees any bank In any town It is malaly ofhee work conducted at home Reference Enclose self addressed stamped envelope Thk Domimon CourANV Dept 3 Chicago BRITANNICA YOUTH encouragement You have used all SpeadsA Week With til sorts of cough reme- Â¬ dies but it does not yield it is too deep seated It may wear nseu out in ume out ft is more liable to produce la grippe Brother resides sear Mr Frea Williams who Leltehneld speat last week ia the oity visiting his brother Russell Williams and family He went to where the Book crusher is now sttaated and was highly pleased over its workings and said his town should have one by all means Shoes The shoes which women are baying this fall make the eora dootota groan in despair They aare aa huge and olntaey and roomy as those for man and make the daattest foot look like a deformity shoe and so Yet they are the of course they sell To make a bad mat ter worse the new sporting shoes call at teatloa to their agUaees by their most atartliag oolors Ooe style has Week vamps aad bright blue uppers both leathers being sUtabad withaa eqaally Up-to-D- aSBBBBBBBaBBBBpBaBaPa XfOya UaBBBBBBir SVSSSaRSuHBaaaaaWif TaaaaEr- tW SBaa iBBBBBBaLnuViV pneumonia or a sen 1 ous throat affection You need something that will give you strength and build up the body Â¬ Vaccinated the Rifles Orders that were issued by the Ger man West African officials that all firearms in the hands of natives should be stamped and registered aroused much discontent Lieutenant Bggers To As in Damaraland however got along with no trouble He had inoculated cattle for the rinderpest three years be TERMS MADE KNOWN fore aa tbe Damaras saw with good BY APPLYING TO results lie therefore announced tbat he was ready to vaccinate their rifles THE HIGHLAND NUReERY so aa to insure their shooting straight OLOVERPOflT KV and doing no hurt to their owners and tbe Damaras crowded to him to get their guns stamped Applicants or The Poor Mouse Ilia Share Slate of Kentucky Rreckearidge County Judge Was the stolon article gold i Fiscal Court ReeularTaruiOctfi Sn8 or only gilt It ordered by the Court tUt all applksats for Priaonar It was silver sor Tbe aid or a MsMtcelrtMsi lb Cowaly shall be required poor house exoapt In uImsh eases guilt was all me own yec annert Acor Jewelers Weekly Attest OWKX CUNNINGHAM WANTED 10 GOOD MEN Act Agents A well known superintendent of schools has given it as hia opinio that pupils who have access to the Encyclopaedia Britannica i 33tf per cent higher in their studies than those that do not anjo this privilege Is the formative period What a boy reads ia Ida yoatb beeotnea part of his very character To give yoar bey a chanee means thi you will see to it that he has the best sarroaadings and yon Â¬ The Concentrated Essence of the i aL Whole Worlds Wisdom Is what the Bttcyclopcedia Britannica baa been termed 1M yo boy read its interesting pages and be will look with disdain upo flashy literature Your boy has large ideas To him there i nothing so attractive as truth Give him material out ot vhic be oan construct far reaching ideas Invest 1 ONE DOLLAR TO DAY - Clerk BrMkesuMg Causly Court SCOTTS EMULSION will do this when everything ebe fails There k no doubt I It nourishes f bout It Jack Tladle ex raeeataUv otHaa treftjthens builds up ami I eook was in the oity FrMay Be anaaeh oaooatagod over his partys prospects maRes the body stromf mm not only to throw healthy LaM Wltkoe K Iff th hard couth but to Un in the Austrian 6itbvuxb Texas Oct aSrd 1HW by the rivers Panser and Adige Is the fortify the syntem ajalipl town ti ateraa a eelebratad health te you are further ettadu if lad oaa 4ottar law the Vaiea aatt eeataaaiac fcfiOO lahaWUato m wo kna to bear ham eejrehl aajnsanaea ncaetam oaa run down or emaciated you oaa wraaisaal oaae tosolsntfr reÂ¬ home throagb vowr paper Wo SmI Mae hould certainly take this by with out It K I hope yoo will send it plied to an tnvtatloo to take tea vlvtd red Theee shoes also oome ia black aad red leather aad la pat white The loag sbaMlsas alftfiVii amplaysd la the dty stores matafa the sheas ia room liases aad team a rarival oi the aameata of 40 reaaa age A vaoaa weald be ua alliautlva arrayed la oaa of those aad the ooateaet to lha Mat tailor wade eoc tame wo have arowa te lota la aalaial Zephyr BRIGHT BOYS STARTED IN BUSINESS UX IK 1UZ AIM walea the car la moved broke watte the MDUWAT OAMJE Canada baa a forest area estimated at 1860000 square milaa or 00000000 acraa tba largest forest area so far as tba woods of comwaroa are ooaoeraed of any country of tbe workl Its forest production la 180000000 annually aad pat tha Briteaalea into yoar home where yoar boy aa well i year girl yoar wii and yowietf earn ooaeaK it continually ax when b attains manhood there will be no ateot ia Utarattu proteaaioaai luc to wttefc ha way sat aaatoe DELAY Will prove ascpeaeive oowpoa aad mail It to as Mease aaqnalat m Wbon a wise prophet predict tbe aabtiabara ol In femotw big Ula ear was near the summit The car xralea itaeatl waaJcly aawapaaar Fanaajrlvaaia end of tba world be Invariably pats it was sUed with passeaters was precipi so far in tba futuiv tbat no oaa bo tated a distance ot e000 fast aad was Orit ata new pJaoiaff MpraMataUvM at knows will live to iitvartlet him Obi vary post oOm la JConlaoky aad Ibay cago aeshea to pieces la the valley below One Tribune of the passengers Profeteor August Her dastra to sooura tot awvioafi of eapabla the viotta virtuoso was instantly bert JdlML George voa Ompsteda a popular huatiiat sgaata la oaoh of tha folloirlat Spoke Is tiaaoeek ooanty Olovar Gorman novel writer was so badly In towaaof Ikaakaaridsj Hon P Veal a pfowlaoat poUfcl recover There were port Hardiaabarg aad Irriagtoa aad ia Jarad that bo cannot Of these Ive dan of Hartford waa in tow Friday IS PSMara in the car such othtv tewaa m r not alraady ap are fatally Injured while the others are HaapoteTbarvday at aft Varaoa aad eaffering from broken limbs and bruises plied Tha work if proalable aad plaat Dukea to a large crowd ia tba Intweat and from nroetrations by shuck The aut A portion of Saturday only ia t of tba Bepnblloan party Scanecbetg is one of the highest niouo iuirsxl Ovr 6000 agonls are doint Alps At Its foot TtM Â¬ Â¬ l at eur alert at asm or eat otst 1 wkb the dototls of Maaac yr idtssmfca t oW treat Cv AXe of a HMMBMBatmmmmp ana ru nourishing to i medicine I rogulaily and oblig rwurkluB iUat Uluk but liIivi he uttver took euj- - iv splendidly No aionay wbetavar iar qalrad varvtbing U faruiatiaU fraa atatiooary rabbar taotp lak aad pad adtasilsslag saataar aaaapta aataa Ma Fapata ara afaippad to bo paid f at tba nd of aaoh moatti Thoaa not aold ara uot I tiHrja1 or ilU to irll IublUb ll t ho Hit Hilar hj it R pll u a eortaia abortslgbta master at toa blew off one day aai aa fc Qaat of EUton Kvantieliat of ed to pursuit a black baa tba OaujirAsaa abas ia rJoathara JCaat of tbe fataway Tba twakp was a visitor la town last week tba baa aad ftboaabt M was Ha it tha editor of Tbe Southern Kan and all Dion waa sxrtrtlto4 by to atkfAjlft at hlliaA twt lucky Missionary an organ of the Ohrl IMVWH111 uii UuiHUji a ft1 h if n i hurili rttikli la pultiiatiud at lit i Mater Pnm HfTJMvlfft SI - waaat an ateppsa ta LjBtssoaosel mim atay Aa aa img social war aba nvtt to a and aigiuto her 9m Mm About a a aamecl Ma r Mil J ai taaua j fttd rlttd uu h baa j - roVTTCT- -- Jay WPPJWP kHVAYfWf CURRENT TOPICS MY HOME CURE MRS MATTIH QRINNBLL Oarlw storsslr spstea b4 m staYssly dress asd ImpolHw wadset asd is torture to stssittTe seme SyllaWs ars rat off r eat ost asd the sassd of koasst BOOooMry Um uUrly Ignored I know Itka sard task io fef drilllsf drilling bat baw on earth are ws to he judged ezeept by oar eeavenatioa Cer Barely not by hadaew apparel Utnly not by perassal leaturee All to for naught if one speaks slovenly and ungrammatically God speed Jibe Kentuc Â¬ ky Olab women in their good work la m tipoa H as I rarely ever nee pen and ink tt for blood poison Then is not the slightest doubt that the dootort do mors harm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison many vlotims of this loathsome dieease would be muoh better Patchwork You Can off to day if they had never allowed them selves to be doeed on mercury and potash the only remedies which the doctors ever give for Ouro Yourself at Homo blood poison oi The aootore are wnoiiy unaoie w go this tile poison and only attempt to heal up the outward appearanoe of the disease the sores and eruptions This they do by driving the poison into the system and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash and mereury The mouth and throat and other delieate parte then break out Into sorss and the fight is continued indefinitely the dfugs doing the system more damage than the disease Itself I had spent a Mr H LrMyers 100 Mulberry St Newark N J says hundred dollars with the doctors when I realized that they eoald do me no good I had large spots all over my body and these soon broke out Into running sores ami I endured all the suffering whioh this vile disease pro daees I deolded to try 8 8 S as a last resort and was soon greatly improved I followed closely your Direc- Â¬ tions for Self Treatment and the large splotches on my cheat began to grow paler and smaller and before long tiimnruunul AntlrAlv I waa ic on oursd Derfectlv and my skin has been as olear as glass ever since I cured my Â¬ self at home after the doctors had failed completely It is valuable time thrown nway to expeat the doctors to cure Contagious Blood Poison for the disease is be yond their skill Swifts Specific BASKETT COAL IS A JEWEL - x Â¬ The Klks Carnival bad two suoeessfttl weeks About 850000 people passed through the gates As many dollars so doubt were dropped in theeity All the ideas et the Carnival were broedmlnded and demonstrated the progressive spirit of the Louisville Lodge of Elks This is a forerunner of many yet to follow Kentuoky Day was a grand success Bum of th Doctors i Â¬ That is the verdict of all housekeepers who useel BASKETT COAL as a fuel last winter tt 1 The Emerald hued yaoht Shamrock will go home to Glasgow Sir Thomas tt Lipton says our Columbia is a wonder- Â¬ Dame Fashion has again decreed that ful yaoht and that he was more than short dreeeea are de rlfceur for street or fairly treated by his competitors who Common he says ordinary vieiUng oocaelone are a flue set of men and true sense should always decree that trains sportsmen Yes sir we are Ameri- Â¬ are only fit for drnwing roosM asd ear cans and wherever we plant the Ameri- Â¬ riagee Decolle te and sleeveless dresses can flag It is to help uplift and Improve and court trains carried on the arm until tt an official takes it rem the ladys arm A Boer Glossary I Not any thank and spreads it out behind her are in you A 8panlsh one was a jaw breaker tended for brilliant occasions and I never tt eoald see why trains should sweep the All the earlier physiological chemists streeta any more than decollete dresses held that alcohol was a food Modem should be donned for ordinary purposes physiologists agree that it has no food acts In an entirely different way from potash and mercury it forces the poison out of the system and gts rid of it entirely Hence it cures the tt value at all but is a pure stimulant disease while other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks foroverÂ¬ If a man admits that he hasnt bathed Not long since however Prof Atwater constantly undermining the constitution Our system of private home treathis body in seventeen years he is too of Wesleyan University showed by ex Â¬ ment places a cure within the reach of all We give all necessary medical adÂ¬ closely allied to the quadruped tribe for perimental proof that alcohol did prw vice free of charge and save the patient the embarrassment of publlelty the rules of hygiene ever to have im Â¬ sees some of the qualities of food I Write for full information to Swift Bppolfle Co Atlanta Oa pressed him His home training was would say it yields energy for a little certainly homeopathic as regards ablu- Â¬ while but certainly it does not form tis- Â¬ CAVE SPRING tions sue He read a paper I remember read- Â¬ BATTLETOWN tt ing it last June in Connecticut at some Joe Jefferson will be in Louisville Scientific Association in which he gave We are having beautiful weather The health of this community is un some time during the theatrical season an authentic account of his experiments Cave Spring was well represented at usually good the date not made Pachmann the His object was to determine the nutri- Â¬ West Views Literary Saturday night Mrs Douglas Ohism has a serious at greatest pianist living will be heard there tive value of alcohol Pure alcohol was Mrs Melissa Mattingly who has been this fall or winter G H Casperke gives administered with water or coffee then ill for sometime is able to be out again tack of rheumatism As a resultlof the rains last week the excursion rates always I believe for a in the form of brandy whisky wine or The Association at this place on the wheat fields are looking fresh and company of ten beer It was proved that alcohol was 21st was well attended and quite a suc- Â¬ green t oxidized as completely as bread meat or Impressario Maurice Grau sends word other forms of food Again I would cess Misses Efflle and Ebbie Belle Haynea Mr Nathan Tucker is confined to his went to Rat Run Friday and called on that the patrons of the opera festival can venture to suggest that it like starchor look forward to the greatest musical sugar does not form tissue but yields room with a fractured bone caused by a their sister Mrs Annie Haynee treat Loaisvllle has bad in years or has energy Alcohol is a fuel to the sys Â¬ lick with an ax While I was at Kirk I was informed ever had as he will bring to our city all tem Prof Atwater was only endeavor- Â¬ We are quite glad to welcome Bro by a friend that we would shortly have the famous stars of his organisation The ing to reach facts He did not advocate Watrgoner and Bro Daviess as our pastors a regular correspondent at that plrce He Theodore Thomas orchestra of Ohicagoi the use of alcohol but proved that Is to be married right soon and I think it was for another year of seventy pieces will exceed the Boston not the poison some have considered the it Quarterly meetings will he held at and he is preparing a romance for these col- Â¬ Symphony orchestra we heard last spring We who studied chemistry in long years M E church the 30th of November umns Gounods ever popular opera Faust past were told all about the effects this the 1st of December Chenault need not think I am bluffed will be riven Tuesday evening with fuel had in the stomach and we would Mr T B Hall and daughter Miss by missing last week I was out on a Mme Calve as Marguerite I saw that prefer a more non combustible mater- Â¬ Lulle are in Daviess county for a few visiting tour in your county and about magnificent production in the winter of ial The use of tobacco leads generally weeks visiting relatives and friends the next thing you know I will be at 05 but this Is a Oner cast even than the to overindulgence in alcoholic drinks The Misses Jolly and Miss Clara Mill- Â¬ Chenault buying votes for the coming Italian opera troupe I enjoyed Eoseln This is denied by modern medical were the gueets of Lulie and Liasie men nls brilliant and sparkling Barber of but we always associate the two drugs er Saturday and attended the Liter Â¬ electionforprovided I can keep you from voting Hall Goebel Seville with Mme Sembrioh and Cam An excessive use of the weed is as hor- Â¬ ary Rev J B Haynea and family and panari in the principal roles Is announced rible as imbibing alcoholic liquors Mr Ed Miller and sister of Mattingly The your correspondent took a delightful for Wednesday evening Manager Camp use of tobacco Is begun at a very early were the guests of their cousins Misses drive to Hardinsburg and Kirk Station is due a vote of thanks from every music age in the United States alcohol is graft- Â¬ Fronnie and Mary Jolly Saturday and last week where we visited Mr and lover in Kentucky for the scale of prices ed on later as a result of the associa- Â¬ Sunday Mrs Edward Haynee and Mr and Mrs All seats for Jsuch famous organizations tions to which the use of tobacco natur-Â¬ Misses Mattie and Fanuie Glasscock Frank DeHaven Leaving Hardinsburg are five dollars Mr Llewllyn Smith of ally leads The use of tobacco creates a of Antioch were the pleasant visitors at at 1 p m on Sunday we went to the Smith Nixon writes that the most ex demand for the use of alcohol The use Miss Flora Butlers home Saturday and neighborhood of Rosetta and Bewley cellent seats can be gotten for two dol- Â¬ of tobacco Is an introduction to the use Sunday ville where we visited Mrs Mary Curey lars Any seat is good for Jand opera of alcohol I believe firmly Make a cru- Â¬ Miss Carrie Hayes was at home Satur- Â¬ and family Mr and Mrs Roland Snel Good seats for 150 sade against tobacco while you are at day and attended the teachers associa- Â¬ ling Miss innie Myers and brothers war Dr Kellogg I remember reading tion She was accompanied by Mr T tt Guy and Alex John and Zachariah Doo Joanna Baillle whose birth occurred alter him some time ago lays special J Glasscook and Bister ley and families Thoe Anderson and nearly a hundred and forty vears ago was Btress on the fact that the physiological The angel of death visited the home family and Si Thornhill and family first woman poet writing in the Eng- Â¬ effects of tobacco create a distinct crav-Â¬ of Mr Will Henniger and claimed him the Leaving Big Spring Wednesday morn- Â¬ lish language who produced poetry con- Â¬ ing for alcohol We who have or its victim By his death the com- Â¬ ing we arrived at Irvington in time to siderable in amount and considerable in thought of it at all and who have munity loses a good honest upright with Douglass Collins at noon merit Mrs Hemans thirty years later studied chemistry and physiology know citizen He leaves a host of friends and dine a short stay there we proceeded After made some revelation of the needs and that it is a temporary antidote for the ef- Â¬ relatives to mourn his loes We extend on our way home which we reaohed at nature of women but it is to Mrs fects of tobacco which produces an ex Â¬ sympathy to the bereaved ones 10 p m Wednesday night I wish to Browning we owe much for the new era treme pallor of the skin Alcohol in If you are unable to rest at night one state that I never found a more hospita- Â¬ and from her time the woman poets and moderate doses has the very opposite ef- dose of Dr Bells will ble people than I did while in Bracken woman writerg began to influence litera- Â¬ fect So many smokers I have known give you natural and refreshing sleep It ridge county ture and thought In reading Mrs suffer from dryness of the throat thirst stops a cough and cures a cold quicker Brownings biography I find she had a depression of spirits slight giddiness than any other known remedy With a catarrhal affection of the throat It heals beautiful message to declare and de and I have known some to have cerebral the throat oheet and lunge cures la or head or any pulmonary ailment a anemia One single experiment with grippe dared it beautifully slight cold or a haoking cough is a ser- Â¬ permanently does not stupefy beer whisky or wine soon convinces tt is harmless Children love it and old ious thing to have it is so serious you The Man with thejHoe has aroused him that prompt relief la afforded from people like it Druggists sell it cannot afford to have it Dr Bells Pine world wide attention Prof Edwin these distressing symptoms hence we Tar Honey will cure a cough or cold In A new name in fiction is Franois Will- Â¬ one night It will remove the catarrhal Markhams name is not unfamiliar to us naturally associate cigars and tobacco with wine whisky and beer Alcohol ing Wharton whose short story Out ot affection or pulmonary ailment and build who see Scribnerfl Magaalne or The the Deep appears in the November up the tissues supporting the lungs Century but never before has he ism is simply a disease of civilisation This story and two New Lippincott aroased such enthusiasm The poem is and if we wish to check its tendencies an interpretation of Millets famous we had better first turn our attention to in other editorial hands are all that WEST VIEW painting known by that name now in the tobacco habit Alcohol has been stand so far for a personality whioh will California Some pronounce it the termed a race enemy and it is a moral be noted hereafter for singular penetra- Â¬ 0 0 Weymouth was In town Monday strongest most meaningful and most potent cause of race deterioration but tion and dramatic execution This is Wm Hennlnger is very 111 with pneu- Â¬ we must recognize in tobacco the strong Â¬ the day of new blood and it behooves us striking poem with the single exception monia est most aotlya ally of alcohol While to stop and listen to such voices perhaps of Kiplings Recessional that Wheat sowing is about over in this has been written in any country in the we are seeking the suppression of alco- Â¬ Keep it ia Your Heme section holic intemperance should we not op- Â¬ lasc quarter of a century I have the And when the bowels fail to act proper Leavs Items with Mr Davis at the poem but fail te see as muoh in it as pose in every legitimate manner its Jy take a dose of Lyons Laxativr brother evil the tobacco habit Tobac- Â¬ post office others I do not admire the Recession Â¬ Sybup It acts gently but effectually on co intoxication is as bad as alcoholic in Â¬ al as muoh as many others do The prospect for a wheat erop is very the kidneys liver and bowels will keep toxication tt your system in good working order and fine in this section tt Bismarcks maxim was a good one to complexion olear There have been several eases of fever Rah for the Louisville High School make your adopt Never launoh forth upon a poli- Â¬ In this neighborhood foot ball team A good game on the local An English police inspector being in- Â¬ cy you eannot carry through I expeet gridiron Tne Hookers gave Ambrose Mattingly of the Kirk eoan them a fast formed that a hotel keeper was serving Germany and Franee have thought this ry moyed here Saturday in the affairs of the South African Re- Â¬ hard game and many fine individual game out of season visited the restaurant Two months and a half of our school public The British are the only for Â¬ plays were made by the Indianapolis in plain clothes and ordered dinner eleven but the Louisville boys played the Waiter partridge forme The inspect Â¬ are gone The Interest is good and asy eigners in the Transvaal really desirous pupils deserve mention for excellent of British rule so there is much specula fastest game and they made few fum- Â¬ or finished bis dinner leisurely and then bles I dont like the game but I am said to the waiter Ask the proprietor work Uononthe possible results of the war right fond of old Louisville We noticed many visitors from a dis- to step this way a minute What for Presides Kroger will have to play his I wish to notify him to appear in court tenet at our Literary Saturday night cards mighty well to even hopeteeoeae Dr Cough and still ia bid oat Englands motto k We may and UmImcI The people teen Syrupthiis old nibble to morrowofand answer for selling partÂ¬ they we willagain them welcome when to like come should take whatever we are strong eeagh ea dleiae tad we dont blame them It te ridge out season I am a police ornear Our Literary under the able matt and she geaerally the be remedy for a deep Mated coufta er cold and have secured the neoessary evidence enough to obtain against him Waiter It wasnt pat agemeat of Mr K Mac Davis as nreel d wHI effect a cure In one day sweeeeds Moral impediments Beyer and Miss Sssis Matthews as secre Â¬ rsdge you had Police Inspector usees count you know Farm Journal for the balance of MM lly What was it then 7 Waiter cheer- Â¬ tary Is prospering tt As this is our first attempt to write asd all of 1990 1901 1902 and 1906 nearÂ¬ fully Grow The Inspector swooned oomparaUvely new em ly five years to every subscriber who -- Grit Nebraskas from this place wa will olos with best ploymeat law shows that state legists will pay one year in advance for the wishes to the Xsws asd its rssdsis Ws A MEAT OFFER tores la dealing with labor problems do Bmckbnmdok Xaws No better fam promise to writs mors in ths future favorably This law paper than the Farm Journal This offÂ¬ not always W had ths plaastus of attending ths aimed to regulate the ss sloysteat of er is only made to a limited number Fan Jesrsal Pre New t Daacmser Tsashats Association at Oavs Spring women and was sweeping in its provisÂ¬ the first who ooove forward last fJatauday A nice dinner a large at ItM Nearly Five Years ion It iwfsletsd and limited the t dsass and Instructive talks mad boais of employment sad required em Extravagance Is assess By special arrantemant mads with ths ths day pleasant on ployera to provide seats for the Woes Petfeotly asd awfully aw two of publishers of ths Farm Journal ws era ON Is rissss County py daring working beam ar etas beary the hardest worked asd the went used anabled to oiler that paper to every subÂ¬ The casing was drawn out of the Da sjsaaasaaassnaji eai jass pBswsws Oooj oojbjtsj asas J e words la the Xsglish language Tbsv scriber who pays for tbc Bsboxsmsioo tbafwr AiaBUBsisaiBH 1st where are applied hundreds of times every day Nsws one year ahead for onlv 1 both pis gas wsll near Weldon last week which has bass plagssd since 18h8 and thoasssils of females hats bees throws to things kite are far from perfect and paneis for the price of oar only our what was supposed to be water proved out o HMjJsrsjiiit Proprietor that Inspire so feeling of aw If people paper on year sod the Farm Journal to be oil ol the finest quality This atSklsmianyi sell aaflinlvwfab rw w wOl us strong tanas on weak occasion from BOW to DawmbcT li03 nearly five was drilled by H T ilaynas lor the Ken ssnwlayail has It tast Setter and exploit their sosparlatlvas wbea yeast Ths Farm Journal is as old tucky Hoc k Gas Co Mesde Messenger sot statute iaaBse wot to tan sobpositiv degress el ampariaon BstsMlshsd paper enjoying great popu Jt Or Balls Oeagh 8yrup is larity one of the bast and most useful ssmUoovevr the ground what resource luedtdneol lairiuwt Mtk h ivoihi ough ui Presto ssst Kracet detests stssssh will be left to describe resl ax arm papers published Luld ely uC cures lev lauy mo lu I Ui am kSfdaWLb SjSThis otfor should be accepted loitioa-juf t n gulUiitahtaifty n thruei tad Vld In U tu caasnas and eoWiuilty or rani wrongs ibmt uun vej tituugM o tlial 1 wf3S r li U without ttagdia 4l J lr t lis Good Points Are Numerous Its An Economical Coal For the reason that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stove or grate with it at night close your drafts and youve got a fire that lasts until morning You do not have to use as much BASKETT COAL as other kinds because it has more substance and weight to it than fast burning coal S S S FOR THE BLOOD A CLEAN COAL THEBAS ETT COAL is clean All good bitu minous coal produces clinkers so does the Baskettbujfc it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove coal B AS ETT COAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants ITS t SPECIAL PRICES IN CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION I ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO ft Pittsburgh Coal Company BASKET1 TRUSSES ZETZ 13 SI25 AMD UP DO YOU INTEND TO BUILD IF YOU DO CMBSCm M ttanTnfr third 1 IT at rioreai fucis th nrliw eharoea tar otbara and WE I Bar RIARANTEI TO IIT H m FERKCTLY whnttiar vnawlah oar SMrraaehTru oroor eise Ywk BTWBJ Butti Truk lllulr ted abore oattM ad oat and aendtotuwltbOVH graciU rBHBauad how long yon Bare Deee atateyonrHlfM nlehti ruptured whether rupture Ulargeoranalli auaaw uouy on a iuh number inwme aroona Jr- wtiAMiM rnptare ia on 4ffkt A mi ens nmtnM iui althar trnc- - to tm wMh the under ml w will landing If H pnet H u4 mdu humtttl rrtifi at three Matee oar nrl7oaeaaetarnUaBdwa Vla l mU VL In J WRITE TO PWILL OOMPANY WONBY SAVED BY GETTING THBIR PRICKS ON ie Lumber Shingles Doors Sash Blinds Etc WRITE FOB FBEE TRU will return your money hull LOUISVILLE KY LONQ OISTANOM TmLKPHONK M erirauealneludlnthewm lw leeo Ua Trm wZi I O aad wkkkwewll fr lUtMin ataMt aar CHICAS0 SEARS ROEBUCK CTL0SUE Co tiE It 94 SSa Â¬ Pine-Tar-Hon- Pennyroyal pills njtuJI Alv mZSanmi 6UAr OtU nwuuu la Red aae hm awtal vita Mm HbkM TakeV aether Jtyt4 Unfintu IW MHfHtt - KuM DUaead Bran ficjtmla an alvM nnuw uwnui BU- i I W 14 S JM U M4M k etutmHmiUHvu Mrtweiar AiDrmJMv wraai1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG First Term of Five Monti all Loan Drat Ma teehaterOeMOeMa4tmaMn rBIXASA- - KY 1899 YOU Begins Sejftember 4 GET MORE fa any ether paper IntruotorB Pradtipal tkerough and snthuNiwtio men and women No school istkfa section of toe jflate bflsw superior induoemintei f V i jlJ I C0UR5BS AND TUITIN V-- Is IheTwica-A-Wii- K fbitahed bothli OeURls JuNAL cpialhy the umt C3iiaS21 ftX IS J M l For Thi TwicaWmk CMMCK lovtiNAb U the equal of waay dellUa vA the 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WEDNESDAY NOV 1 18M two men were opposite and whoa and County Working To QhtifftotM gave In a forcible way ale State Idea that Homer was no lender reetted gether Por the Farm- but shamed the professor cried out MA Oladstooe I doat bettors a word er This Fall of XT Then be rose to argus the matÂ¬ ter aad said one sentence but got as farther Ha bad met Gladstones gase GOOD ROADS AN OBJECT and seen his outer eyelids widened to Uvea Mors Prowl- - their fullness la a steady glare and ale Should B tongue stumbled and be sank back Into Hob Lucas Moors commissioner of bis chair la confusion The writer cos agriculture is pushing the preparations Hence In All the Scboolf of eludes for the farmers institutes to be held durÂ¬ HOo to the soo for it Take year Today ing the months of November and DecÂ¬ umbrella Make your way to the place where the eagles vultures falcons aad ember The plans pursued this year such like creatures blink on their will be the same as followed in the state perches Select a bird Stare at him o Indiana The etata will be divided PRINCIPLE OF EDUCAFUNDAMENTAL with Insult and you will see the outer into Motions plactn g 10 or IS oountirs lids expand as Mr Gladstones did to a section The sum oi 26 will be TION Poke at him with your umbrella The paid each county to cover the expenses filmy vertical lids through which ho of holding an institute in raoh county of looks at the sun and opens to paralyze the section It Is not rxpeoted that the his prey will part and then you will Br Mr Raeael B Lay see what Blackle saw and understand entire state can be covered but a number of seetlona are beiug organised and As Mr Bttbbge kindly ofierttd a eel kls feelings the institutes will zrratl exceed In umn ia hls VsliMble fertile Inter year Net the Advice Hxpeeted number those held ebaDg of the Ideas of teeohers sad pre Â¬ After spending more than a quarter The section eomprUing the counties of suming they have not as yet had tb of a century In active business life In Henderson Daviess Ohio MoLean time to glVe being eoRStwl in teaching the city a certain merchant purchased Grayson Hardin Meade iireckenrldge It for KTaated that I as an ex a ranch which be considers to be ad I take teaeher may take advantages of this of mirably adapted for dairy farming and Hassock are being rapidly worked fer and give an Idea or opinion what Having bad no practical training In up under tha leadership of Dr P A eyer you ohooee to call It agricultural pursuits he Is dependent Foots of lrvlngton and Mr John D la visiting the varkas sehoola in my for his knowledge of the art upon Babbage ot Oloverport and the pros xeaob while I very much apprtoiate those books which purport to tell the ur- pects are bright for a successful meeting aad approve of many of the sew method ban bred how to do the trick He desires in each of those counties The plan to learn all he can concerning dairying briefly stated Is to elect an executive of teaching that have oome into use and for advice betook himself to his my days of pedagogy I notice a friend and pastor Rev Dr gtebblna committee composed of a member from sines very deehkd aegleet of spelling and is In whose omniscience and wide read Â¬ each county in the section which shall meet at once and decide whatsuhjots most every inetanoe both in interrat di ing he has absolute confidence Do you know anything good on it would be most lienrflual to have dis ate aad advanced classes a greater de he asked the venerable cussed and arrange for speakers o din fieiency ia that branch thaa ia any oth- - milk doctor cuss this subjects It will bo the policy Although I think writing ia also man of God er The Jovial pulpiteer who knows as far as possible to employ local talent too much overlooked I think good more of the sincere milk of the word but when found necessary BpeHkers will Bpelling should be much preferred to than of any other lacteal fluid an be engaged from other states As soon good writing provided there must be a swered solemnly deficiency in one or the other which is Yes my dear sir 1 believe 1 am as the committees are organized by the secretary and lady or familiar with the best thing on milk election of a chairman not necessary at all A yonng treasurer the sum due the section will gentleman seeking a business position that can be found anywhere eagerly and be turned over to the committee to bo What is It doctor would stand a poor chance indeed il when requested to draw up an article of unsuspectingly asked the budding accounted for by proper vouchors showing for what the money was expended any kind he would present it with half rancher Cream ejaculated the preacher as Mr Robert F Dulaney the orgrtulzor the words spelled incorrectly The old he hurried round the corner Can employed by the bureau will in the blue basked Elementary Spelling Book Francisco Mews Letter next few days visit the section compris- Â¬ that ia ignored by all the teaohers of the ing the counties of Jefferson Shelby present day and pronounced not il for An Interesting Experiment That the earth revolves on Its axis Odham Henry Owen Trimble Carroll shot gun wadding has turned out more Campbell li jone Kenton good spellers than all the spelling books can be proved by a simple experiment Gallatin He will arrange now in use considering the Dutnbur of PHI a medium sized bowl nearly full Graut and Pendleton of water and place It upon the floor of for the selection of the committee for pupils then and now a room that Is not exposed to Jarring being considered from the street Upon the surface of that section while engxd in organizing Instead of spelling of so little worth in our schools and only the water sprinkle a coating of lycopo agricultural improvement societies Far a secondary matter it ought to be look- Â¬ dluni powder Then take powdered mers ot those counties should give him ed upon as one of the fundamental prin charcoal and draw a straight black their active rapport There is no way ciples of a good education I notioe that Itne two Inches long upon the coating by which the agriculture of the state can be more improved than by holding these many persona who are looked upon aa the line shouU bo north and south After this Is done lay upon the floor meeting f r the discussion of improved having reached almost the top round on paralbe The county the educational ladder blunder horribly a stick so that It will line exactlystation- methods in farming lel with the charcoal Any in their orthography Onoe upon a ary object In the room will answer as papers of those and other counties will time as the Fairy Tales begin I re Â¬ well provided it Is parallel with the please copy ftud otherwise lend thoir aid ceived a legal communication from the line If the bowl is left undisturbed in making the institutes a success Mr Moore expects to close the insti- Â¬ Judge of a certain county this side of for several hours It will be seen that the Rocky Mountains and I think ten the black mark has turned toward the tute season with a state institute in parallel object and has moved from December when it is proposed to organwords on one page were spelled incorrectly He had passed through college east to west In a direction opposite to ized a state agricultural and good roads and was called a man of letters and so the moremeat of the earth on Its axis society Louisville Commercial This proves that the earth In revolvhe would have been if he had put them ing has carried the water with but Kentucky Knights ia the right place but alas I Another the powder on the surface hasitbeen instance of spelling deficiency came un left a little behind The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Knights der my notice In taking an examina- Â¬ of Pythias finished a sucoseful session in To Bxtraet Splinter tion in a western city where there were 1 The easiest way to extract a splinter Hendersou last week and adjourne to present forty teaohers among whom hold their next meeting at Winchester deep In the flesh of the hand or foot Is many who were considered fine tebolats by means of steam A rather wide October 1000 I remember there were several young mouthed bottle Is filled two thirds full ladies just out of the great training of boiling water and the Injured spot Dr Bulls OoBgh Syrup will cure school of Emporia Kansas two from Is held close over the opening The throat tad Inag trouble withoet fail for Rripfm Oswego oolleg4 and one young gentle- Â¬ suction draws the flesh down and a InSucBU mdadeeptte4coujjh orcold k is the remedy offrrtJ to the public The dotes are man by the way his name was Tom little additional pressure Is used to as sist the exit of the Intruder In a unall aid bottle eosti only aj cU Driekel a graduate from one of the beet colleges in Toronto Canada In a list of few moments the steam extracts the splinter aad the Inflammation rapidly A Pair of Hearts forty words pronotineed for spelling aad subsides there- was one only one perfect written filoTe Sllrer Harpers Weekly tells an interesting list These are evidences of the too Glove silver was the strange name story of the recovery of a little gold ring utter negleot of this very important given to a custom which prevailed la ornamented by a pair of hearts It braaeh England during the middle ages While I do not wish to be dictating or namely the granting of a eertala sum seems that the wife of a farmer lost this officiating to my eduoatioaal superiors I of money to servants to buy gloves reminder of married bliss fifteen years am compelled to say I think spelling k with on Lammas day or as it is call ago in a straw bed The straw was too muoh overlooked Waiting the erit ed now Bank holiday thrown in the stable and reached a potato field in the form of manure fertiliz jr ieJsm of up to date teachers I am Htadtee Cevracntera remained until a tiny young poWith all kindness In India the carpenters have aa al where it for a necklace This orna Mm Raohwi B Lay tato took it most universal objection to sharpening their toots They never set their saws mentation rather spoiled the natural aad when they get a grindstone they growth and shape of the potato but Will Preeeh At Holt cut It late pieces and use the frag Â¬ sezyed the purpose of restoring the val Â¬ Rev TV Joiner will fill his regular ments for anything except to pat aa ued piece of jewelry to its rightful owner monthly appointment at Holt Sunday edge ob chisel or ax She Kept OeoL She was a young woman with a do suffer vivid Imaglaattea aad a rapid fire vo Brett te oalled healthy woeaett amffact cabulary Bat they are not healthy I Ob she said to a young man re cently I did come so near seeing a Tl marks left by peJa are on tke young- faoee of maay etr dreadful accident yesterday I It was daughters Pain that leaves its mark comes from a arable just too shocking oauee If that cause is sot removed Ms FIbw did It happen T queried the influence reaches out aad overshadows a youth whole life The reason Lydia B Pinkbams Why yew see It was like this Vegetable Compound has been so uni Â¬ There was a berse coming along at the formly sttoceesfttl for over a quarter of a comer of Proeaeei aad Case a horse eentnry in overcoming- the suffering of and a buggy and they didnt see the women is that it is thorough aad goes motor was so close that Is the people directly to the cause It is a womans In the buggy didnt see It there was a woman dotting a woman aad two remedy for womans ills children I think and she tried to Miss Emily P Haas of 14 Freeman drive the horse across the track the 8k Greeapolat Brooklyn Jf Y writes buggy bad a top te It aad she didnt Dkax Mas PfMUHAVt I wish to hear the bcH aad 1st motor came state that I used your Vegetable Com and pushed against the buggy right greatest success I pound with the and pushed It along and the horse was vary sick for nearly a year with Jumped a Mttle aad the woman hysteria was down hearted and aBaBaBasssaBiBaBBi screamed and the eblMrea well 1 nervous also suffered with painful couhmt hear the chlMren but the man wasnt strong enough to stop the menstruation and pain m baek and motor and It poshed the boggy right off the waefcr thinking nothing would ewe me I And where were you ell this timer had doctors but their medieia did inquired the Interested youth f ma no good At last by the advice 1 stood by the curb WsasBY aja el of a friend I began to take Lydia E ITLWJL P aasaHBaasssssssssssM Tee I Syl Pinkhams Vegetable Cowwnnnn1 1 was ee nervous you know Breckinridge News Then CO OPERATION Henderson Route SPELLING t WEVE GOT EM NOWI FALL kUR STOCK OF CLOTHING is on display ALL NEW DESIGNS for Men Boys and Children That Oars hi etetM Ma 18 WW BAST BOUND 4aN0 Mo St Lea Lt We have taken much pains this year in the selection of our stock and have purchased tlie most desirable patterns that were upon the market The values we are offering are simply amazing In clothing we are selling suitings from 3 to 12 Pants from 50 cents and upwards Overcoats from 250 to 1000 GENTS3 FURNISHINGS bT nr IS 2S fc o VIroftklftftaa MaMlacly iLrjLatit uiJ Lewkeort Fataon Fotfio T1MIBH 8 1 fcxCMMheaiTtlChr SVUImn IUwmtSU Â¬ ppr OUR STOCK OF SHIRTS range from 50 cents to 125 i 1 Qsrorpert Holt Addlea jTsBptifJrlBpOi e e e e w 816 880 854 608 0o 60 SoBtpla lt Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Everyone who has seen themjspeaks of them in the highestpraise T TTlTtN T1T TTTT1 ft Tlms departmenti is overnowing witn good HKWHAK N l uiiyuiUMUftii things winter will soon be upon you and it will be necessary to look around for underwear are the people who are preparing to meet your demands 1 Fierce Irrhgton GnMea 1 Wet ioH 1066 1104 8 880 618 636 684 a 680 1 1 1 1 Bkrea Bnndeabarjr 610 Wert Point 11WH1 686 Keataoky Street zaopm 780 Loshrille Union Dep At 7 48pai WB6T BOUND No Louisville Union Dep nentBesy at reot 41 IObb Hrtch Kotfc Haven Willow Dal Howard HI 11 48 ess 640 648 No 4JIK0 44 m For Kidney Troubles JOLLY CAIN L afe IRVINGTON KY Wniowdala Rook Haven Ekroo GnMon Howard WertFeiat 760 8 36 887 7S7aa Lose Braaeh Braadenbarr Irjlngton ebttar Lodlbare Sample 981 944 961 987 IOCS 10 06 868 906 921 was 9 48 9 48 914 Â¬ Â¬ there is nothing better than Foleys Kidney Cure Every one who tries it will agree to this A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg Â¬ BREAD There are Times When You Cant Lay up a Cent f Addlioo Holt Cloverport Shop rierce StephHiport 937 1014 1034 1081 i WINNERS Let Men be the Makers of Laws and Women the ers of Homes SEEK GOODNESS NOT GREATNESS Â¬ Mak- Â¬ But you can always save money by buying your shoes of M E BROWN First the cash outlay is not great Second the quality of the goods is first class You will do well to keep these facts in mind 1001 1004 1018 1030 SkSaaa 1038 1 Hawesvllle for Caaaeltoa t Tell City J 1042 1040 Pctrlo Falcon 1054 Lewltport 1104 Waitman 1110 Powers for RocVport lad 1119 1130 i aie Owenrtwro 1140 Mattlngly 1161 Griffith 1166 Stanley 1169am Worthlagton 13 07pm Read 1214 SpotUvllle 1232 Basket 1239 Henderson 1348 KvauvlUo 118 At 716pm StLouk 967 813 818 827 838 8 42 1119 1186 1189 868 906 921 926 916 939 9 47 964 1010 1040pm UMpu 1218 1330 138J 1289 1266 126 932 730a Â¬ WEBrown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Up to the period oi the civil war no women were employ dd in any of the deand it is a partments at Washington fact that this glorious country Krew and prospered from the days of 1770 to that time without womens service in governÂ¬ Irvington Kentucky Not 4jndi6 have rollawn Ballet Seeping Can aad elegant high back eat Paateager Coach through between Loukvflle Kvanvllle tod St Loui without change No 41 aad 44 have elegant high back aeat Paai eager Coacho and Ijrlor Car aerviee throagh be tween Loaliville Kvantyille aad St Loaia withoac change Not 41 and I 43 have Parlor Cora aad elegant Coache between Louisville and Kvanivllle with Â¬ out change EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Lookvflle Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bt - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wc Â¬ Â¬ - MUST WfOMmEn SUFFER - LAfrruHMI -1 aaaaaaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaU mental affairs It was in 1602 when the ciyil war was at its height and every able bodied man was needed in the front of battle or the protection of his country that General Francis E Spinner succeeded in opening the government departments to the employment of women From that time women have gradually coma into public service by being appointed by the president or some of his subordinates until it is said that there are now over 3001 in public services in the exeoutive departments in Washington city The post office department employs a great army of w onion There are said to be about 80000 to whom the oath of office has been administered qualifying them for their respective positions They occupy all positions of postal services x those of letter carriers railway mail clerks and inspectors The same salar- Â¬ ies are paid to them as to men for the same kind of work ranging from 240 to 1000 per annum It is the boast of our people that our government is the only business oon oern in the world that places women on the same plane with men in the matter of pay for work It is easy to drift with the current- - aud believe that many is a good women in public service thing for our country and many believe this who do not seem to oomprehend the true situation into which our grand old republic is drifting liut when we awake to consider that 80000 women in public service means 80000 meii out of employment or at least out of their reÂ¬ spective plaoes we begin to realixj that there is something very wrong with our modern civilisation Worthy and intelligent young men wander from place to plaoe and from elty to city seeking employment that thsy may be able to enjoy a home of theirown that they may establish au JCarthly Canaan an Eden of love and while thsir and domestic felicity plaoes ia public service are being filled by those who should hi horns builders eduoators mothers and matrons In thesd respective capacities woman is superior te man Intellectually wosaaa is ataus equal physically she is his in Â¬ ferior Ilea aad woman should study to and their respective capacities in life aad wojsea should be encouraged ia all weesaaly pursuits It is truly said The bead that rocks the atadle rules the world Â¬ L H 4 St L h Fisll TAKE Ns 10 Brucb TIME IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 Wctt Bound Trains No St AU Hast Bound Train t No5t PM STATIONS Lv NoJt AM INo FK 5 46 10 SO 1113 34 3d 38 40 60 11 67 12 09 12 14 12 30 12 60 12 66 1 00 1 06 1 13 11 11 11 11 11 6 45 7 88 7 19 7 38 7 38 7 36 7 45 7 68 8 04 8 09 8 36 8 45 8 60 8 66 9 00 9 08 Irvtactea Garfield Harned Hardlnsbura Junction Gleadeaae Dempster Junction Ar 9 00 836 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 Lv Kirk Jolly 7 34 30 16 10 01 64 630 4 4 4 4 8 08 6 08 6 00 68 Dempster Falls of Hough Hoekvale Uuth Askias Oaks FordsvSle 42 80 X ALL WHO PAY FOR THE X FARM Ml IE W and all of 1000 1001 1003 and 1008 130 ru 915 rx Ar 16 87 68 48 6 44 6 86 6 30 46 39 37 i 16 4 00 3 43 3 38 3 38 8 38 8 31 am 316 rx Daily Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlagtoa wkh Train Nos 3 and r for points oa TordsvBle breach Trains 1 3 4 and 3 run daily Trains No 1 and 4 connect at Irvlagtoa with Main Llae train 41 41 43 and 44 Bookkeeping Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught ONE YEAR AHEA1 WILL RECEIVE THE Books aad bleaks raas The priaelpel ol tab schoo I the author of the lxamno system of bookkeeping which Is used ia thousand of public and privet school laetadlag the public school ol New York aad other large cities The lxamho system of Shorthand Is taught Stodentt froas every State You caa graduate ia your trAMi time be it ever so HtU SrftiMiea usieted te eisMsM SracjAi SATB TO THOK WHO IHO FOB CAKAIOOVM AT OMCS Fall eoarses 36 cash or yoa oan pay 100 OR 300 PER MONTH SIT JZJlXXj I aas J We4 Mmin St SCHWARTZ SCHOOL UaUvlUe Ky LYONS TRADE NEARLY FIVE YEARS Ramaindtr of 1800 fS3 MARK LAXATIVE Mer Utiak I and am happy to say it has eauaVe ly cured me Jstrsrm tutuuM of Premoat Mich Box 74J writes Dbak Mm PmxiiAH I feed that I must write yon aad tall you --what your wmmmm has WWEKAVrP dosMzorme I had naoratgla off tha stomach for two yearn acbAWIthMloouldaot do say wot had two or three doo tots iMat did aot seam toga mybe- ftar 1 began takiag Lydia Hah fl I I IwaV VaeMakda Compoand aad Lrrer Fills asm ttnprored from the first had better appetite and after ukiag three aad one box of Liver Pills can say that I am oaraaV Vegetable Compound ia a wonderful modjdsm1 1 WaalSMMl piM ywi 01 wafer wImb lb I shew for tm kaew j sctYAn I 1 1 V I I ate chocolate creams Jet as Sere fast as I could aad prayed land Plain Dealer It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familiar with the good qualities of OhewberUias Oeuah Remedy to know that people every whose take pleas Â¬ ure in elating their oxperieaea ia the use el that splendid msdlolas aad ia telling of the beaccH they have received tram it of bad corns It has eased of AAgftfAfhtgMsBBa aTsaaaaaasaaaa Xes And Sk to y mMmM Ja setIt Is b rMt Mfttioa mmm A To foagkor ataa uabltloa itaif a ft oar la HUMi or la court to tUa To labor in a toak orraaa Mai Or data tot rag of avr a4 a UMk i hV Mrart vuhm y from prtltc tst Piwmlt wen Uut aaua too Tt Ileal This offar is by special arrangement with the Farm Journal and is for SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR gru A SHORT TIME ONLY CONSTIPATION AWULMmWVL LMiWD LAAAUVr S8aleBaea nHI asset na Uanatrvw ertsMiaiw ut Doais Lnt Many have lost eonliiaaee sad hoee ss wall sj well as heajiav haseass tksgr asat BgsjanmaaaaJm BaksnaaaaaaaaV BBBPBJPBBJP 14 gSftV Tatjt Wr tafeoagh aMaautsauunt BBB smf VaBsBJ JA CeKfBinM Sand 380 to the BaaonuraiDai Naws and get a and the Naws free of oharge for ont jaar g2Jv fVHHULfl MY annual It is s aiead good ssecaeias for sal by A R Fisher Oloverport E A abellmaa Stephens urt tQO lUftla j aad diaVoaaolate A rt K A Witt ft Weber Clover Hardlaeburi SHORT 4 HAYNt OLOVMrORT KY a tmsif Jfft u yDbL D R Mumj OoL David R Murray of Olorwraert wen In the city iMt night on bentaiwi tod wbn asked In regard to the ttenln Breelcearldue oouutY hM that everything potato to DetnoeraNe Tie- Ho bud to hfa poefcot a fetter the ehainnen of the County Qam naern Commit stating that Albert Barry outdid for BoproMBtaMrs from that district wM be efeojed by s safe majority Col Murray saU alee that the Deaw onto were ooefident of ourylng Bra shea i Dave It Talfcleg Thrsagb Hie Nat The Courier Journal gtvea hi f4ea Imm tha fnllnwln IntanUw with t Words of Appreciation Now - ridfe not wittoeandleg the taot that It gars Bailey TOO majority Hw Mamy aaye that ho teak ooofidont the Demo erotic ticket will carry the ooualy that the warm weather seems to be at an end we are again at your service This so is the first you have had from us since entering our new quarters In fact we have busy that we have not had time to tell publicly what we were doing or Whit we had to offer But owing to the unreasonable weather we have at last caught up with our hauling knd are bn Chare DeeJsates The members of the Christian ehureh at tkephenaport are making preparation for the dedication of their new eharoh tha second Sunday in November In the building of tbia ehureh the members hare been assisted financially by BrO Oowan a rieh oattle buyer from Montana who was born near Stephens port and who feele a deep interest in the welfare of the place Campaign for ChrW Revival services oondacted by the Southern State Board of Mieeione of the Christian ohnroh will begin in Novem- Â¬ ber at Stephensoort At their conclu Â¬ sion services of the same kind will be held at Oloverport then at Haweeville and finally at Lewisport Kindergarten Party The little schoolmates of Miss Luolle LaNeave were entertained yesterday afternoon from two until five at the home of her mother Mrs Ella LeNeave The children played happily all the afternoon and did full justice to the bountiful repast which was served them Those present were little Misses Virginia and Leonora McQavock Virginia Hud Â¬ son Elizabeth Skillman Elolse Nolte and Master John Burks Jr A ready to do business We are awful proud of our new store but not stuck up and everyone seems to join us and appreciate it as much as we do Well why shouldnt they With all the modern improvements and 10000 feet of floor space we are in a position to serve you much better than ever before and thats what we are all looking for the very best thing we can get for the money While we have not added many new lines to our stock we are enabled to carry a much greater variety and a nicer class of goods than we ever carried Our big house is full to the top occupying three floors nearly twice the st6ck weitiSed to carry and new things coming in all the time Thats the beauty in trading with tfs Td1lalyay8lgetba70u want and dont have to take what you dont want Â¬ LADIES DRESS SKIRTS Ladies Dress Skirts in plaids figured blacks and in fact all col- Â¬ One of the new arrivals is a knit nnder ors are going very rapidly skirst they aro beautieB ail wool any color and only 1 Then we have the Flannel Skirt patterns as low as 25c in assorted colors Our dress goods department is more complete tbon ever comprising all the latest novelties and ranging in price from 12o to 100 por yard a ItJbxI LADIES WRAPS aafiv V United In Marriage Â¬ eV8ss Balltown Ky Oct 31 Special The marriage of Miss Frona Fate daugh ter of Mr W N Pate to Mr Peyton Scott of Harned Thursday Oct 30 at the home of the bride was the most brilliant affair of the season At the appointed hour the wedding march was played by Mies Cora Mattingly and the bride and groom entered the room pre oeeded by Miss Mittie Pate and Mr George Gray The ceremony was performed by Rev Lewis They are prettier this season than ever We expect another lot in a few days Tha styles must be what the people are looking for otherwise we would nothavff to re- Prices range from ja order so often Just received another new lino of ladies wraps nBBBBBBBBHalV SHOES AND CLOTHING These are our strongest points The stock is all bran new and we defy competition Our line of 1000 suits and overcoats are the best in the country We are solo agent for Queen Quality shoes the famous 300 shoe for women that you see advertised so much in all the magazines In style and quality they are all that could be asked It is always hard great varieties 125 TO S12QO to find wraps for the little folks but we bare them is Â¬ oclock a bountiful feast was spread which was enjoyed by a host of friends and relatives Friday Mr and Mrs Scott left for the home of the groom at Hanred where an elegant Jnfair awaited them Too much good cannot bo said of the bride She is cheerful and bright and loved by all who know her while the groom is a prosperous farmer and tobacco merchant The sincere congratulations of an entire community go with them to their beautiful home at Harned 10 Â¬ Â¬ At LADIES FLAOTEL WAISTS Flannel Waists for ladies are awful gooiT this season we have them in Bed Nayy and Cadet trimmed in black Soutache braid at FURNITURE Yea we know that there has been a big advance on this as well as many other lines But fortunately we are able to protect you against much higher prices asked by small doalers who havent the room nor the means to load up on such ggods They represent an We have one room 16 x 80 taken up entirely with samples of Furniture stock boughtfor spot cash beforo much advance went on A new departure in this immense line iB an assortment of Iron Beds ranging in price from 400 to 1100 They are becoming very popular and are certainly worthy of all that might be said of them You had better see what we have before buying On Furniture we are full up William Pewell Arrested Sunday William Powell who hails from the neighborhood of Glendeane was in the city 8unday and partook too largely of barley corn He became boisterous and consequently was arrested He was fined witn an trimmings He in an em- ployee of the Dean Tie Co CARPETS HARNESS AND SADDLERY wo t PUBLIC SPEAKING Wo have also added a beautiful line of carpets both Brussels and Ingrains and in order to ments you will never know the value of a machine The price is really too lttw to attract get established in these goods have put a very close price on them of 25c and 50o per yard much attention 25 80 and 85 They all have identically the same aUaohmntHand do the The quality is good and the patterns are lovely Our lady olerk w4H ttke great pleasure same work the dfference in price is in the oabinet in showing how they are operated Oar terms are eay and we guarantee them in every respect and to learn you to do the work as well as we do In connection with our furniture department we are agents for tile Wheeler and Wilson sew- Â¬ ing machines This is a new featuse with us but in this as in everything else we have the beet that money oan buy Beally it is the bnly machine on the market Of course these are others but they have acorn sheller or rock crusher attachment and run like roacl plows So unless you see the improved Wheeler and Wilson with its ball bearings and all the late attach Â¬ SE WING MACHINES 200 i The Hon D K Murray will speak in the interests of the Goebel ticket Satur Â¬ day November 4th at Union Star at 1 p m and at Ktephensport the fame day at 730 p m In Harness Saddlery and Toamsters outfit more than double the one carried by the old firm certainly are headquarters This stock is Everything from a dog collar to a 8000 BEWLEYVILLE Messrs Wlllett arrived in our town 8unday afternoon Miss Blanohe Jolly eontinose to visit friends in Louisville Dr J M Walker was called to see a lady at GarneltsvlUe Friday We forgot to mention the line of elooks we have recently pnt In set of harness Last but not least is our cash register This little machine is a money saver to you By docks guaranteed time keepers with an alarm equal to a farm bell The price of these is 9200 and 250 They are pvetty in design some hook or crook it refunds to the customer every SO cent cash purohase from 6o to 1000 something We have given away this month nearly 100 in oash and expect to size The same clock that you hare been asked 850 and 100 for This is worth N ow that we have gone through the different department do the same thing next month You might as well have it as some one else It is here for to give you but you oan just bet that you wont get it unless you come after it You have got to have we have to offer still there are hundreds of things that wiU require a before they oan be properly appreciated the goods then why not buy them from us and stand a chance to get them free M jiiiMagaaHstap CLOCKS These are eight day oak case and good you sooto idea of what personal favesiiglitfon Mrnnd Mta Geo Neff of Gueton have a nlee lady olerk who smiles and treats you well Miss Monnie Hunter our primary teacher left for her home at Glendeane Friday night returning Sunday Mr and Mrs Ohae Drnry went ever to Brandenburg Friday afternoon to visit relatives and attend the speaking We have great oeession to be glad that own people are in so good a state of i while so many in adjoining r Now a word for the new firm We need no introduction we liave served you in4he paefeandwe trill do our test in the future realizing at all times that nothing is too good for our patrons this shall b headquarters for c commodations Your interests will at all times be protected Our service is and always will be the vry bet that money can procure Our appreciation of your trade will be expressed in pur efforts to please Qgr motto shall be to keep all the friends we have and make as many new ones as possible With best wishes for 01iSaUtual suicKfes iftji We are your friends -- Bssghborhooda have eases of severe fe et We are almost entirely free from nkkneas Lot all the good voters do a wise thing for Kentucky and put Mr Taylor in for oar next Governor The man of whom not a single evil thing oan be raid la BF Hardinsburg i BEARD Mammoth Clothing House of the OoriMfi The Fortttiffeily CMk i v H r td i t I to be the right man Rev D S Campbell oar new preaid us elder passing through our town oa IDs way to Mudeet a quarterly Meeting at Union Star stopped a day or two to Ytatt his wifes relatives i r15 Kentucky i OurWonnas Missionary sooletv ra anally heli an Interesting and p aaU Me meeting conducted by Mta Q Q Diary Wo have decided that the Que ft i anjenBMBannjaajBnninjaMuuM tion a to the future state of the hpattjen TIPHEN8PORT W ooUoUy detenaJiwd fat th Wf Aaatbar spell wlaUr to with m Vtta Sunday 8ekool OeaveukWwi at Ota ton Wednesday was1 a WaTjleV 9nmk 0 Tmyk aeea a Jew days aat affair Quite a alee IHUa ereWa sWte wita bto fanUy In attendance among the aaatfrec Mr Mm Obes WadliaftM was la Oaaaal Adams tha present Pinshylertsnnreaeh torn lad far a day latt week or woo a Vary rattan liked by bat pee Mr lad Via OktU Bart ad deegb Thaao little galnerine point la las TnmU Mrw JLlisaBAaiu mImhuJ jAmm vwav wwva It way and ma nfee Jor w neenle in way BBaTaajBBBsajBaa rneveto be eountry so we will loie llama ue ver saaree at pratent wna aaotber good dtiaea lag aa tbe ooaMia and goeis have all set tied down and are nnperiBg Jar the Mm OhaiisMi Hlaer to baring beUt a earning winter mien after ittiaiing all ss sesjnav aaaTrv ssWasi sessFs sswnejsv j the Oaraleal attest lairs raanleaa etc seaj esBaaBf TsejssBBBnej epj ejvs gsssessBje of oar ar er eitia JeatM Zrvia wtth bis nstte sen Pul Mrs W The Uttia latent of Mr andbisaMer Mftas LrrUt Slsabetb M T Livers whe turn beeaaad ill for vary Iowa bare been epeadht etveral dj quite awbilt died Tuaiday the 24ir and tba olio win day wm akn fo Can DebearfaMiMr and Mm B W naltoo Iud lor InUrrmsnt Thar wr Mm JUuay ywiajsid a1 deeflblav Vangbau thai tfcay are rerr waeh de aoaomaaulad by friade from bar Th thrMTear old daughter of Mr MJasKstftl Want ammldiva last west ilbul vih aah bocaeia Lasiaatea Tha a iah to aspasis their thanks to Mm Jesse KettiaaJT dJeAtmattr wt Bridfat Flood and are bartag anah snesenita theii frUnda far hind attention ahowadarlag lo altat aa iUaaat ot Ire dare Us was mm JL B Blaia wUi SMPBjsB ThaTaaoanaadMfnjUr Penny by Ml S2V fd ssp hWbbo Bagliab Mwawa Paaii Kaneaa City OoJ 10 vrae ahB pane at the stocarmU ooTerlng an en Â¬ tire block ware etrojid as ire coe head oi sheen being orenaUad lToui Bremen were orUnjlr iajured toy bat- Â¬ ing wails and one of bwts Obarlea Peterson may He Um 30000 80 -- Sunday New York was 0 a tar one Jy t m w nmw nsere then soou luixutgranu vmdw baMre ht taepDctw Over lW0 i SBlQxiraM are wnwetfid fm gnjtra esssassai Tavhwton Kv Oct 80 BpeaM trottbtaf In afrioa The Verlnlfhtr dab of Irviagtan seat i by olut t n1thMjaBriasheCat Beth to arrange the warn for the ensnlnjt year Thanhs f tie due Mm W rather from tha elab for Twlr a year the Caapiar QTrtkw hw generous hospitality Sod strauda mllioni of flai uatclant tiie who of centra Alu If ad Tha naxt moatlDg will be held In the to I Oaraavoed oollaga cbapal Saturday Nov 4tb A lute atUndanos b naeeasary and is earnestly asked Tha foUtoviag arogxani vantage coulO DieDM tak ij of tbean refourcea flvuq by 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