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KiMIftH 4 V 3S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALJU THR NEWS THATS FIP TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1899 NO 17 VOL XXIV T OLOVBRPOKT 7 1 f K Get a new tie at Sulaers New goods at Mies Judith MilUrs Bradley Calls Out Troops Fall millinery at Mies Judith Millers Louisvillk Ky Nov 7Speeial Gasoline stove for sale at Salters Bradley calls oat troope here and at very cheap Covington Taylor game this county One of the Largest Fires ia George Baker of Oweusboro spent Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Sunday here Mr Barrys Race pp mw rram oyi wwi pen tifrYears Occurred Last From the returns at hand we fear that Barber ohair in first Class condition for sale at Sulzers our Honorable Mayor has gone under Night It Is an unfortunate fact that only one STEPHENSPORT The election is over buy your bread Republican Gains man in every race can win and John from Jule Sippet Louisvillk Kt Nov Special Ber JKaswell is the lucky fellow this time Mr Harland Morgan is on the sick Corsets all sizes and grades at the ly reports show heavy Republican gains Mr Barry made an honorable race LARGE FORCE FIGIITINQ FLAMES leading list store Sulsers fWVf in Hardin Hopkins Oldham Simpson and one that he may be proud of Services at the City Hall are still in Democratic falling off in Jefferson Boyd Old friends and customers will all go to Heres to our Mayor and may he be on progress Boyle and Warren Goebel gains in Knights for their pictures top next time Mr Will Gardner of Irvington waa in Harrison As we go to press at midnight we re- Â¬ Mrs Patriok Mosterson of this place Falling Off In Democratic Vote town Saturday cord one of the largest fires that has oc- Â¬ went to Haweeville Tuesday An Enthusiastic Democrat Louisvillk Ky Noy 7 Special C O Lewis is having some additions curred in Oloverport for many a day Gustok Ky Nov 7 Special At Where did you get that beautifully One sixth of state partially offioial The small frame building at the weet built to his home the Goebel rally at Brandenburg Mon Â¬ hanging skirt At Sulzers shows heavy falling off in Democratic end of the bridge owned by Mrs Jim Miss Katie Crawford is spending a few day W B Baskett of this place had All the ladies trade with Sulzer vote especially in Western Kentucky Miller and occupied by Charlie Bates t day at Oloverport twice as many in his delegation as any Louisville returns slow colored as a restaurant is completely They find bargains thats why Meedames Dwinell and Christ Btst other in the countv and onlv had two All the fruiU of the south are in Jule demolished and the house next to it days in which to work it np He pur spent Sunday at Sample Republican Gains la as Counties owned by Mr Charles May is burning Sip pels large stock Try him The following la the enlsla vote for connollmen In the city of Oloverport chased two hundred flags at his own exÂ¬ H Morgan Born to the wife W LouiflviLtK Nov 7 Special 25 coun Â¬ A large force is at work lighting the Celebrate the new Governor by having pense Young Baskett is a hustling OLD BOARD TICKET Thursday Mov 2nd a boy ties meetly offlicial show Republican flames and we believe the worst is over an oyster supper at Jule Slppels young Democrat and deseryes the com-Â¬ Dr D White of Toblnsport Ind was Total gains 9000 Meroer county Republican The cause of Are is as yet oVknown 3rd Ward 2nd Ward 1st Ward mendation of his party Your telephone order will receive in town Saturday talking politics no by 400 50 This brings before us our great weed of prompt attention at Jule Sippels 28 28 A L Oelze 82 37 water works 24 It is announced that the Christian Lot t Wins In Hancock 2t 8am Conrad A J Gross formerly adjutant general NEW YORK DEMOCRATIC 04 48 36 church will be dedicated Sunday 28 Silas Lillard Hawbsvill Ky Nov 7r Special of Kentucky voted here yesterday 100 00 42 31 Miss Helen Dowell of Leitchfleld is Political excitement high but no blood Louisville Livestock Market ET Haynes Jutu Sippels Is headquarters for can- Â¬ 100 43 28 20 John D Gregory Louisvillx Ky Nov 7 Cattle Tkt dies cakes and all kinds of couftictlon spending a few days here with friends shed This countv usually gives a Re- Â¬ 88 51 28 10 O B8klllman Democratic Gains In All States Ex- Â¬ receipts of cattle to day were heavy ery Mr Herborl Beard the young school publican majority of 200 but indications Early this mornining the receipts footed teacher of Ohenault was in town Satur- Â¬ are that Goebel will reduce it to 50 or 76 CITIZENS TICKET cept New Jersey The most widely advertised chocolates Lott Republican will win by a small up 2028 against 3080 eariyjaat Monday For sale at Total 3rd Ward 2nd Ward vote for Representative day but before noon thero were over in the world are Lowneya 1st Wardy Mrs Marlow and children spent Sun Â¬ 180 120 40 20 3000 oattle on sale against 1 438 a year Jule Sippels R N Hudson Â¬ day with her daughter Mrs Dave JohnA Wonderful Meeting 73 NEBRASKA AND OHIO IN DOUBT 52 15 Thosi pretty new designs in millinery son 0 ago to day W H Bowmer 176 111 40 On last Wednesday we closed s re- Â¬ 25 Calves The receipts of calves were at Miss Judith Millers are pleasing to the J GHarris Mrs Pike Conn and children went to 68 40 10 markable meeting at South Hampton light Market ruled steady Beet veals entire public Dr J L Moorman 8 Jeffersonville Ind Monday for a weeks eight miles from Owensboro 68 53 0 6 There Marion Behen William Downs who has been working Special Returns 6 750 60 common calves dull Louisville 7th visit 74 56 13 were forty one additions to the church 6 25 light ship- on the county roads sprained his ankle Extra shipping Lightfoot 0 from 03 procinols in Louisville Goebel Mrs Jas Biggs and eon Master Hllliard Rev E W Coahley has the honor of 4 butchers ping Wednesday i404 85 PROGRESSIVE TICKET 6362 Brown 67U Taylor 5785 It is es- Â¬ and Mrs Bettle Napper went to Holt being the pastor of the church He ia 400 fair to good butchers 3263 W M Preston section foreman at Total 3rd Ward 2nd Ward timated that Taylor will carry the city Sunday let Ward 2 50 one of the most helpful and congenial common to medium butchers LewiBport and family arrived here yester- Â¬ 130 by 5000 75 28 17 Darney Bohler Returns from Jefferson coun- Â¬ 3 Services will be held in the Baptist colaborem with whom I ever worked day for a few days visit - 190 84 27 18 Z The church was greatly strengthened JesneaMattingly Hogs The receipts of hogs today ty outsldu Louisville Goebel 1606 Brown J D Gregory workman at the shops church Sunday by the pastor 195 87 SO - 18 WBRutledge 7020 on eale went to LouisVille yesterday on business Ferrell 406 Tevlor 1891 Result promisee to be were fairly liberal against 7223 last Monday and 0207 a for the Henderson Route TICKET Haweeville Z ol Ferrell PEOPLES Rev close and may not be known until to- Â¬ WELDON KY year ago today Wo quote choice 180 Union Does your child need a hat or anything preached a series of sermons at Total 3rd Ward 2ud Ward Western Union gives Goebel pound and up at 84 10 160 to 180 morrow 1st Ward pertaining to the millinery line if so Star last week James Bryant has returned from a 12 4500 majority So far Maryland and pound at 3 95 120 to 100 pound at 880 0 J T Oyreo Mr and Mrs Daye Johnson have tak trip to Elizabeth town dont forget Mise Judith Millers 0 New 1 4 880 roughs 3 90 light piga at 826 4 Democratic York Democratic Mr and AALHeM Virge Wilson who is employed at the en rooms for the winter with 6 10 0 Mr Wash Rises of Rock Haven market oloeed 4 gains in all states except New Jersey at 8 26 3 00 ihe large grocery house of J William Miller Mrs L B Helm 28 11 was in town yesterday about steady with all sold 3 Prosjejt Theme of Oloverport enter- Â¬ Courier D R Murray at Louisville was at home yesterday 35 Nebraska and Ohio in doubt 0 11 J N Duggins sold his property In 5 Sheep and Lambs The receipts of Jahn Hasten tained an audience on Goebelism Sat- Â¬ WeldontoMr Wm Ditto Â¬ says Looks like Taylor 35 Journal 18 Mies Judith Miller left to day for Lou11 6 today sheep and lambs wen very light Oi W Hammaa urday evening at the Oity Hall Taylor Elected By Safe flajorlty The little daughter of Mr and Mrs only 618 on wnle The market ruled isville She goes to replenish her stock J O Cunningham and Judee Ahl of Wardrip is recovering from a severe ill- Â¬ oi fall millinery and will return with all about steady at quotations Louisville Nov 7 1130 p m Haswell 107 Barry 156 Hardlnsburg were in town Saturday to ness of the new things that the market affords Â¬ Special At midnight looks like TayPreelnct No 2 Qpebel 08 Taylor 213 hear Geo W Jolly expound Republican Walkers Tonic is the link that picks Prayer meeting at the Methodist Mrs W A Ellis is recovering from a Republican land- Â¬ lor by safe majority Haawell 309 Barry 06 up the vital force of nan in his run down church Thursday night will be conduct-Â¬ doctrine painful injury received from a fall some slide waa general Legislature in doubt state and binds him to health and Preoinot No 3 Qoebel 141 Taylor Mrs Syrena Jarrett haa several copies time ago but probably Democratic Logan went strength by recuperating thu Brain reg- Â¬ ed by Prol Maple Every one is invited 100 Haawell 108 Barry 136 of In HiaStep or What would Jesus to come Republican by 230 Republicans cele- - ulating Mr Arthur Bryant and family are go- Â¬ 15 cents the action o the Heart and Brown had 7 votea in Hardinsburg Wash Hall has returned from South do by Cbae M Sheldon at t rating They claim Fifth district by nourishing the Nervous System This is a splendid book well ing to Tulsa Indian Territory where they per copy Dakota to snend the winter at home Hudeonville shows Republican majori- Â¬ at least 2400 Evening Poet will say expect to reside All the Precincts Heard from He haa been in that country two yeara worth reading Taylor elected 00 ty of A Newspaper Womin John Bryant is suffering from an in- Â¬ and Beys it cant be beat When this reaches your notice it will jury to one of his ankles received by Except Three Ouster shows a Republican majority William Whitworth of Moveaqua The Latest l roat Louisville Mrs E J Bandy ol Union Star spent all be over the hand shaking and greetoJ0 111 ailing from his horse waa the guest Monday of Mr John Louisvillk Nov 8 1245 a m Big Spring shows a Republican major last week with her daughter Mrs E A ings things of the past and the other Mr and Mrs J W Duggins after a Mr Whitworths wife David Gregory and A Large Majority fer Taylor 113 precinct in Louisyille Special with a swelled head will be won- Â¬ pleasant visit to Mr ityefS and Mrs W A is the editor and publisher of the Mo Kissam at Falls of Rough and her Bisters fellow dering how it happened Haawell Gleadean shows a Demeeratie majority give Goebel 0467 Taylor 10333 Brown weaqua Republican at that place and ia at Gaflcld and Irvingtcn Ellis have returned to their home at of Louisville 1436 17 precincts outside of 30 Knight and wife photographers are Mrs E H Miller and Mrs LB Helm Fargo Ind a woman of remarkable ability and enMdDaniels shows a DeraocraUeBaaJority give Goebel 1034 Taylor 1000 Ah unusually heavy jk11 was Uken in now located in the old Bank building spent Sunday with Mrs Andrew Clay terprise opposite the Mitchell Hotel and will comb an aged member of the Baptist Its Columbia the gem of the ocean this county whieh give It to tlm Repab of 41 BEWLEYVILLE Centenarian Faillag BalHbwn shews a Republican ma make all kinds of piotures She seems so rejoiced to have fast enough this time Grit church large majority All the pre lioans by a jority of 4 Mr James Ireland an aged gentleman DavldMeyer of Enron who has been her old friends oome to see her and ex- Â¬ Weather fine and frosty oinots have been heard from except In the Philippines the parting beneÂ¬ who lives on the farm with bis son near in the clothing business at Louisville for pressed a great deeire to attend religious Irvington show a Democratic majority School goes serenely on Bewiey ville Reek Vale and Clifton Mills of 42 diction is bestowed in the form of rub- Â¬ Sbfllman Ky was 102 years old last several months has returned home services Times are prosperous and the News June Recently he took to hie bed and He will assist his father in his store at bing ones friends face with ones hand Taylor seems to navf earriellnhe eouny Union Star shows the following poll Geo W Jolly of Owensborospoke at encouraging Exchange refused to get up His son thinks he that place Goebel 133 Taylor 106 Brown 9 Barry by a majority oi 486 the oity ball Saturday Nov 4tb in the Hon Ohas Blanford has been speak- - will never recover His mind la still lfJrfaewelllM interest of the Republican parly and ing in the interest of his party A Rare Treat olaar and his appetite good but heseema fftepheaeportgives a majority ef 47 to against Goebelism to a large and appre- Â¬ Â¬ Frank Beavln was the truest of his pa- to have lost interest in the people and apboth Taylor and Haawell rents from Friday until Suaday Dr H I Coleman the Methodist ciative audience and many were the the things around him Oanneltoa plauds and cheers in response to the Mr and Mrs Alonso Bennett attendd Telephone minister from Louisville who spoke for BULLETINS ed the burial of Mrs Robinson Sunday the Goebel tioket Saturday night preach good points made through the entire to Vigorous Old Age Mrs John Frakes and daughter Car Â¬ at the Methodist church Sundaymorn speech In one part when he alluded a Taylor victory one good bt other was j No 1 TJnicn county eempiete gives rie D were the guests of O H Drury Dr R W Warfleld of Mkron has ing He preaohed an elcquent and im- Â¬ heard to shout Glory I making it a e and family last week Goebel 1341 plaraUty a MbctanUai been visaing his daughter Mr Phoebe pressive sermon from the text Follow meeting Quite Mrs Mary Orandorf oame down from Skillman near Hardlnsburg The docÂ¬ Me in which he graphically described regular political camp pablieaa gala Ian 30 m were present who fol- Â¬ a number of ladies afro 2 Lewicport precinct in Hancock New Albany Tuesday to spend several tor is in bis 81st year and is strong and the pronenees of human creatures to at delightful sneak Â¬ low an example and advised the follow- Â¬ pronounced Mr Jolly a Hty gives Qoebel Slt Twylcn 110 weeks visiting relatives vigorous for a man of his age er Splendid music was furnished for Mrs Mary Cam was at Fair Lawn ing of the only true example given us allow Creek precinct gives Goebel 10O With a catarrhal aflectionof the throat Jesus Ohrlst the occasion by the Rome Ind brass Sunday HE NEW CITY COUNSEL Taylor M or head or any pulmonary ailment a Miss Mary Payne who is spending the No 3 Whiteddes Johaeou county At night Dr Coleman gave a lecture band slight cold or a hacking cough is a ser Â¬ at the same place on the Holy Land fall months with her aleter Mrs Onariie gives Taylor 1061 Goebel 406 ious thing to have it is so serious you For twenty five years Chaplain of the Ysoisadsy while the election was in Regardless of Age No 4 14 precincts la Winchester Gross and attending school at Gioveport pre Clarke county give Tykrfila7 Goebel frenaently writes pleasant letters to her cannot afford to have it Dr B lls nnpiMW and afterwards this Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons and The kidneys arc responsible for more will cure a cough or cold In einead a quiet M edeily appearance 170 Brown 61 friends here having studied in their interests for sfokness suffering and deaths than any The remove the catarrhal There waa not a dfteorbanee ef any kind Our pastor Brother Mell who was one night It will No 5 10 prcdncts In Greenup Green Â¬ many months in Palestine Dr Coleman other organs of the body affection or pulmonary ailment and build in any of the three voting precincts up county give Taylor 186 majority called to Jefferson county last week to is well prepared to entertain and instruct A majority of the ills filleting the np the tissues supporting the lunge The day seemed more like a busy Setew No 6 Union county complete except Â¬ attend a funeral was detained there on an audience He had with bim many people to day is traceable to kidney day than like the day when the meet ing S preotacta glyes Goebel 1966 plural Â¬ account of illness and so was not with souvenirs from the Bible I ands whieh trouble It pervades all classes of so- Â¬ Chief of Police In Jail bitterly contested eleetioa known la the ity Vs 7 44 prcdncts ia Ohio give Naah bis people here Srturday and Sunday he used to make more impressive his re ciety in all climates regardless of age Louisvtujt Kt Nov 7 7 pm Spa marks His inato and eeemer in years ws being deÂ¬ 4MS MeLeaa 5808 Jones 1661 lecture was one of the moet sex or condition This was Iqalte a dtsapBoiataimt to m ojal to Louisville the proud the flaws cided The votera went in and out of No 7 JCoatoeky nearly com plots for the day was beautiful and everybody learned and entertaining ever heard ia The symptoms oi kidney trouble are Balls Oity Is la the hands of the militia the polla eaet their votea and went on Returns from SS counties out of 119 give ready to come this town and those who failed to bear unmistakable such as rheumatism neu Â¬ and Chief ef Felice Hager Is in jail Lou him mieeed a rare trat about their bqeineea Their raiada were Gab118P0a Taylor Mrs Ote Robenson died Saturday ralgia sleeplessness pain or dull ache Up-tO-da- te isville gives the Democrats a mrjorlty of evidently mm in batata band and No aV Owea county gives Qoebel 1444 Nor 4th and was burled at bar Horn Dr Ooletnaa was accompanied by his in the back a deeire to urinate olten 38080 ItjeJ vote Thre plnaaQty ctar Taylor MadlaonvUkh Sunday morning A very large crowd of tbey eimoly renotded and while here they were the guests day or night profuse or scanty supply wife woaogooddeet si unlay aaonnd by Bofictel eonaty II predacis out of 34 friends of M and Mm P D Plauk at the oot- Dedicatory Services and raJaM vs Mfandas the funeral Uric add or brick duet deposit in WMkaat o both side th riandf ghrcaTajrlora ylntaUay of 4H CWtton services urine are signs of clogged kidneys cans- The Christian church of Stepheneport bnt that pw oadd1anjh quite-- way dan ooanty 8 ptcalncts out of 11 rites AND Dr Arthur is expected noma in the will be dedicated Sunday Xovember ing poisoned and germ filled blood yen wouldnt have snonaotad that Taylor a plurality of 817 tdMf NORTONt VALLEY near future Sometimes tbs heart acts badly and tube the 19th Everyone is cordially invited Tula town were laotianeering tfca 38 pr No OHandomon oonnty Miss Ola Jordan rascally spent wo to attend the services oasts wasttags of the kidneys are found wgt overwhelmingly RopnbUoeo a did oinota out oiH kaolnding one aity ft weeks visiting Is Uto alty in Uie urine which if neglected will reÂ¬ Corn gathering has tUBJgtt toe county oinets fifes Ooabcl 988 pknaltty a Ro G W Jolly who apokc at Irvington sult in Brlghta Disease the moet danger have a It is rumored that LadiM Misses largo number of imbllcan gain of N Remaining pre Saturday night same to onr town as the An ous form of kidney trouble wedding soon and Children are cincts slightly Deaaeoratio bare and moeh intoie guest of Mr and Mm W J Ptgaott and All these symptous and conditions are Miss HailM Norton of Lodtberg has which Mo 10 19 prist nets In Hassan oonnty attended Sabbath school Sunday morn- In the alty eleotiea now being shown promptly removed under the influence been visiting In the vicinity raeSHto the election of the fallowing give Taylor 1731s Qoebel 1988 Mia and rapidly sold meMtlngs eon dusted by oi Dr Klllmera Swamp Root It haa a The series ef Mr R Millar U visiting Mrs W J Brown 888 f nouncilmen world wide reputation for its wonderful Riv Morris have closed A 4 preeineu in Aadcmee conn Plggottt Mo 11 issssa ft m Bndaon K T Haynea James G cures of tbs moet distressing cases Miss Nsllis Bobbins was visiting at 8 No one need be long without It as it ia Hani Barest Bohler Jamas Mattlnsjy tyrre Taylor 41 Ghxb 1488 Sow Paint is that when nor II Hajass Sunday Â¬ Mo 19 ieoutotl9preslnctoln Har srtffesbyMcCJreeken little once at any drag store at fifty so easy to Mies Cora Yates wan a guest at Ollnt A W LaQroa A anpatlnlandent of are born rison county gives Qoebel 3008 Taylor You can have a cents or ons dollar Nortons Friday the G ft Bryant Paint Manufacturing they will 1874 and Brows 88 sample bottle of this wonderful discov Â¬ vigor Co at Princeton Ind waa in town yes Â¬ be COUNTY RETURNS Tbs farmers are done sewing wheat No 18 Anderson county gives a poll ery seat to yon absolutely free by raej ous and terday taking contracts for bis company There was a meeting at the ValUy Bond your address to Dr Kilmer A Co Mo 1 Coohol on el 1160 for Qoebel and 1187 tor Taylor healthy qpfaycstlMfrtnat feV Her hopes church Sunday McOavock MMior i Bingbamton N Y Kindly mention ftuwsjlJIHiii na HaflwaU 7ft Boom county gives Qoebel 1300 major- will ha fuUv realised if she will Harris Bobbins and family vote visit that yen read this liberal oifer In too iaa U Jam Jh Uv ft wam The marriage ol Miss Annie McOavock nreoare herself annagpreggaayy OjemHif s Jk4eWer4Jatosantj solto 9ft aWCWt log at D H Hsyneaf sena BaacuauaiDoa News voles eonaty to lit Lee Jaillofof Uardlna- ain Tfp for school Pupils This is ins weather 148 HaaII 146 The owner el the hsmas la whiesj SJian nl 884 ojm 1 tWbrlde f W softer daagbtor oneoid take advantage of this oppor Â¬ Dewey waa bora la shoigeng odmlojtou tmm wa spa oiimpissa toteWl ts the vote fur sjNo sjas save Tnon aseaweeen ojajvsi saje tunity MyVry but laaurae strcngta usually Hart Mnnv in 19 taeniae sssueese shews groom is one of this countys substantial Miss Lucy Qaineid Wllkeraon sged face to the vititom The Yankee ulunr f the new bi rn Wmt CI a majority of 34 CM TarsW h rt MpecJi i OMnatee to iajaet a little thrift into hU feld and enterprising synimrs The woddlug Mveateea was married to Mr Charley HM rit patriotism n ll ikx ur X Ilia tioiue ol the brid Cauaryaged forty three iftviiieU to UiuUv HI PROGRESSIVE give Taylor a majarity of 1700 No 16 Falls of Rough prtcinet No 16 In Grayson eounty gives Taylor 49 Goebel 79 Brown 8 Blair 8 BURNING BUILDING ADDITIONAL LOCAL TICKET COMPLETE tfVA Baking R V mrB4 fOWDER AbsuutekyPvre ff- t- One From Old Board and One From Citizens Ticket Alt GOOD COUNC1LMEN Â¬ bt 65 Â¬ flfr- 33 REPUBLI- Â¬ CANS WIN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CITY AND COUNTY Itactki miaUol wrww too Pme-Tar-Uon- Newest aijd Best 1668Brwnn Â¬ a4 JACKETS CAPES Â¬ nnft-n-ftfift- arel For A Mothers Hope at -- raT gt THE JTxAJlv CliTVrOrti in f nijiiit -- r JiWIaBMto rw mm alfS Leadiflf BSSffirS rrtaj i Irij I I 6jaasai 5efl -c Bheckenridge News WSDN TODAY NOV 1 lad WOK BANK tVMBAT 191 P H Sntttaals ft fMtXaK OF saraaaas law SWoU Tilt FrMfrftfO kM cusjpia oat anTsaTsssasS Mas is as eMa bibh raatsa SSili OM ejus H reaaaMtae SMjeassprp te tjyiata rOWr lijifayearej fteajee aw ana BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB PERRY COUNTY Fanners WW Moot dnwidJ rIoL PWUl Smith lam TMti to be rwahrfjel P Shets THANKSGIVING DAY Th Pretkloiit mik a Procliitniiion ApfXrlflttnjj Thurf rrrr YrBBBBBBaVnBarBBBBBBBBBBBBsl BftOfMTtlle Ind y4K W F HBARD Pmridenl WILL MILLER Vioe IrttttteM M II IlKARD CaolLr B I I 1 I Z tai7S iiMHI SECAL 90 DAYS PBICE jfllffiriTTtSiT amM fciW ataaaLsf Alst atWaMTMY llaal fTB taM ik nntilloaBhown vhlcai aVeW Mf I iHIHH V IHsbbbbbbDbbbbbbbbbbbbbI t re Spr Baa Joee Stale and sprayijic 0 X Hobbs Pafrsr Home Mrs LImIa WTtesUr 1 TM tkyNortmto Wxannwrtx Oct 24 0 W BEARD INTEREST arSelretl frem aioiofrephjfle caa form soma aertr eeutlrat aepearance Mtteefreirf sell b AitaMSaliatehamlaoaMlrilooratedaiilo Mea u le i 30 MORRIS BtUCKIDQS R M JOLLY PAID ft j DIRECTORS ff is SaleteaVlaataV toeariaa II aloea as folio ws t CrtSi Cmhu 1 SearTtiTiMlMs rle TiMC KPM1TS K at Rome HXTM NovwuW 27th Md 2th m TO DISCUSS WAYS AND MEANS Tllbvue Matt TmliiatiiiM ebrSlH to weaalsf Blinif TtfHAT 0 M Hobbs UfteWisbMr ftaul aftiolttv A W 0MMlxfoa Derby Money ia ohlokese AhsUb Tlvemp son Troy Free rural ssall delivery Q K Groves TobtnpoitlHd The next meeting erf the Farmers In stitute o Perry eetinty lad will be held at Rome Ind Nov 27th and 28th Â¬ The potato its importance and how to grew it H 8 We4fe 0 M Hobbs of Bridgeport county Ind Indianas greater turist and II S Wolfe of New Albany Floyd countys model farmer are the speakers of the occasion assigned by the State Several of the most suoceesful farmers and stockmen of Terry oounty Ind and of Meade and Breekenridge counties Ky have been secured on the program The brother farmers from the south side of the Ohio are urged to come to this meeting at Home at f a m Monday morning and stay until the close of the last session Tuesday night Rome will entertain all farmers and their fami Â¬ lies The music will be in charge rf the Marlon Rome Blnglng oliolr of which Mir D L horticul- Â¬ Hhank is leader Brave Men Fall Victims to slomaob liyer and kidney troubles as well as women Bnd all feel the results in loss ol appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness head ache and tired listless run down feel- Â¬ ing Dut theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Inll He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new J J Wheelhh Box Mb Itotna Ind Chairman of Perry Cos Farmers Insti tute PROORAH Program of the 11th Perry county Farmers Institute to be held at Rome Ind November27th and liSth J J Wheeler Rome President J D Brashears Hardin Grove Vice President E H Groves Rome Seoretary Free entertainment for all visiting farmers and their families Come Rome and all the farmers hail you welcome We shall strive to make the first session the best and most instructive and then continue to improve FIRST SBSSION MONDAY strength and good appetite than any thing I could take I can now eat any- Â¬ thing and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Short Haynee Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed Hancock County Boy Drowned A recent report fiom Gen Otis in the Phihpines records the accidental drown- Â¬ 9 A if to order Song followed bv prayer by J Ed Murr of the Rome M E Church Something the farmers need H S Wolfe New Albany The planting Bnd care of an orchard C M Hobbs of Bridgeport Ind How to have grapes J II Groves Rome Ind The melon patch A J Ackerman Rome Ind Call 8BC0ND SSBSIOtf MONDAY ing cf Corporal Eugene Wise of Com- Â¬ pany M Sixteenth infantry says the Hancock Clarion Young Wise former- Â¬ ly lived at Ensor with the family of Mr T B Jones who reared him from a child He enlisted at the outbreak of the Spanish war ot Capt Tylers recruit ing office and was in the fighting about Santiago At the close of the war he got his discharge and in February last here enlisted at St Louis for the Philippine campaign He was on the firing line with the Sixteenth and won his promo- Â¬ No details of his death tion to corporal are known further than he was acci- Â¬ dentally drowned as shown in the offi- Â¬ He was well known and cial report liked about Waitman and the lower part of the county 130 V M Fruits for the farm C M Hobbe The Hor D H Weatherholt Tobins port Ind Experience with cow peas and crim son clover II S Wolfe The advantages of the Farmers Mutual Fire etc InsuranceCompany Hon Jee se Cunningham Cellna Ind My memories of the farm Bed Hot From the Gnn Waa the ball that hit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in thb Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 26 cts a box Sold Cure guaranteed by Short Haynee Druggists Prodtlont MoKinlar to day tanied lhi ThnkaMnp reclamation A national ooitom tloar to the ItMurt of tita poopla oalla for the ratting apart of ona day in each year as an oooaaioo of apodal thanksgiving to Almighty God for the uleaaings of the preceding year This honored obaer ranoe acquires Willi time a tenderer eignifloanoe It enriohee domestic life It sum- Â¬ mons under the family roof the aheent ohildren to the glad reunion with those they love Seldom has this nation had greater oause for profound No great pestilence has invaded our shores thanksgiving Liberal employment waits upon labor Abundant crops have rewarded the efforts of the husbandman Increased comforts have come to the home The national finanoes have been strengthened and public credit has been pustained and made firmer In all branches of industry and trade there has been an unequalled degree of prosperity while there has been a steady gain in the moral and educational growth of our national oharaoter Churohes and sohools have flourished American patriotism has boon exalted Those engaged in maintaining the honor of the flag with such signal success have been in a largo degree spared from disaster and disease An honorable peace has been ratified with a foreign nation with which wo wore at war and wo are now on friendly relations with every power of oarth The trust which we have assumed for the benefit of the people of Cuba has been faithfully advanced There is marked progress toward the restoration of healthy industrial conditions and undor wise sanitary regulations the island has enjoyed unusual exemption from tho scourge of fever The hurricane which swept over our now possession of Porto Rico destroying the homos and property of tho inhabitants called for the instant sympathies of tho people of the United States who were swift to respond with generous aid to tho sufferors While tho in- Â¬ surrection still continuos in tho Island of Luzon business is resuming its activity and confidence in tho good purposes of tho United States is being rapidly established throughout the archipelago For these reasons and countless others I Willam Mc Kinley President of the United States do hereby name Thursday the thirtieth day of November noxt as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer to bo observed as such by all our people on this continent and in our newly acquired islands as well as by thoso who may bo at sea or sojourning in foreign lands and I advise that on this day religious servicos shall bo conducted in tho churches or meeting places of all denomina tions in order that in the social features of tho day its real significance may not be lost sight of but fervent pray ors may be offored to tho Most High for a continuance of the Divine guidance without which mans efforts are vain and for Divino consolation to thoBe whose kindred and friends have sacrificed their lives for the country I recommend also that on this day bo far as may bo found practicable labor shall cease from its accustomed toil and charity abound toward the sick the needy and the poor - r - T D latfui Bob nl DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY i flea la hs blfhMt Breda ftla ywc -- n asi f T Setkera ale ballows of the bM robbar oloth THB Bellows stook and flnett laathar In ACME SJVKKN U faralahsd wish a Wilt bejaKd ed pedalframea kal elaurraaeh mirror IbbH and STery mown improTMaent iHrHHiiMMmiitni Kith erary ACM vtlDI aiiiaiiiTrtk r mvnrmn OB4I1I we hwea a rittan Mndtaf ft yaar faarantea bf th u ran tea oondltlona el whiea II ijIwtllTMoat monin ana wa rtpalr It free ar aherce Try ifl win rvrnna yoor moiT If tou arv ao priuLr aaMsMlSii M0 o f thasl onrens Will oa tow at sai ia RIAV aaUaaVat IT llNrE 1MWT OUH RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED VSJ1 mot dMit with tu aak Tour nMtthbor pvbovt Mwrito tti mMtltr of thli pp ir or Metropolitan H atlotutl Kiaaaaae Beak Naw Tork or any JralUYM M Matter Ohleuoi or OinaM M or vorn BsoDaVswii n aJmmm flAA IMA MMBT IdUb DM Of thS larSeal nuiasa ooiaBBylaOhlMo7Wf Sttfmoi tad apt IliMSISIiisH aLtWO People la our own baJMInir SSLLaasaM AT OtiKMCO and employ nearly is ail ansa atn mwasi ai naamseaaavisa narncsnai Writ lor tn anaetal ntapaae alto erarjWilna In m fc fW ua thjffftllff fMfcMaV iV-- tna J Lrrri IUaL trUraa OHjOAOO ILL FsHes Ls4staes snsl Wtfi M H CO HARtT ROEBUCK - teJaZa THiacaajuKn-only MiwhWi are Hmlstotlitelbrated wnn aa InstruiaaoK -- Hnwftlwi tum at oafa1 ariiam ciinii eraas mlrwl and weighs Cwakr bvbm i s liirviwanxa Ipoaoda 00-- liJZ ai MMiRPHHHHVvLH tt si ean Vk lc OFFICE OVER Heston Willis Cos New Store DOES YOUR BOY NEED A CLOVERPORT KY Offlee In Rear of Moorman Drug Store Oweas BRITANNICA opinion A well known superintendent of schools has given it as his stand that pupils who have access to the Bncydopeedia Britannica enjoy studies than those that do not cent higher in their ZZH I r this privilege Pr X- - Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVERPORT KY YOUTH Is the formative period What aboy reads In his youth becomes a part of his very character To give your boy a chance meatastlwt you will see to It that he has the best surroundings and your encouragement J H Hunsclie The Concentrated Essence of the Whole Worlds Wisdom The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Is what the Kncycloptedia Britannica has been termed ltyqur boy read its interesting pages and he will look with disdain gpon Your boy has large Ideas To him tharejs flashy literature Give him material out of which so1 attractive as truth nothing he can construct far reaching ideas Invest Friday of every month with ONE DOLLAR TO DAY Casper May Everything Co TNP and put the Britannica into your home where your boy as well its your girl your wife and yourself can consult it continwallyand when he attains manhood there will be no place In literature or professional life to which he may not aspire CANNELTON DELAY j 2 tbats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by Wyi prove expensive tall at our store coupon and mail it to us at once or cut oat this Please acquaint me with the details of your Britannica offer 9 GEORGE H CASPEKKE Jewelry and Insurance BRANDBNBURQ ICKNTUOIOT ROCK VALE WOLF CREEK flSFflBBFaw MALARIA ANTIDOTE MtaBSallio Clemons is Ion the sick list Allen StltL and Gus Richardson were THIRD SBS8I0N MONDAY 7 P M Miss Rosa Harl has returned home here Tuesday Sometime has passed since this little from a long visit Mistakes on the farm P 8 Wolfe town was heard from How to secure the best growth of fruit Earnest Clemons of Compton 111 is Mrs Farkhiser is seemingly well after trees the first year after planting J II visiting his parents at Rock Yale a spell of typhoid fever L Rome iMissesLillie Druan and Nannie FishSmall fruit growing 0 M Hobbs John Lawrence Owings is doing agood er went to Glendeane Saturday business at the Smith store Seeding clover J 0 Eseary Tobins Miss Sarah McCarty attended eiuging Stuart Owens the popular drummer port Ind for Euglehart was also here Tuesday The Farmere daughters Miss Annie at Georga Harts Wednesday night Dhonau Rome MjssFronie Harl went to Louisville Mrs John Smith is preparing to go riilayjto accept a position as milliner south to spend the wintor with her husrOCETir SKS8I0N TUBSDAY 0 AM The wheat crop is looking well Good band Marketing fruit 0 M Hobbs We are having a good prayer meeting times are coming if Taylor is not elected Scientific stock feeding for profit Dr 1 W Foote Irvington Ky Mr Robert Burton has a large job of every Sunday night at the Methodist Home mixing of fertilizers II S hauling ties for the Dean Tie company- - church Mrs Dick Smith who has been in The Hon La Vega Clements of Owens Wolle Louisville for several weeks is expected boro spoke here Tuesday to a good Soil building E B Oglesby Clover home soon port Ky crowd Mrs 8 F Owings visited her sister Discussion led by H L Shank Rome Late Hurls new store is ready and his eoods are here Lafe is a fine merchant Mrs Gilliland near Ohenault Beyeral and we hope he will have a good trade days last week Mrs Lambert is enjoying a pleasant visit at the home of her brother Jack Sr Bull Cough Syrup will prove a quiik and Hire cure lor croup Mother when your Trent in Brandenburg chldien are attacked with that dreadful dieeatc Mrs Ann Smith of little Bend was you can depend on thli marvelous resedv It DISEASED here shopping Wednesday and took never alia to cure at ouce Price ajc dinner with Mrs Rob Smith NO Tom Owens has built a cosy cottage on NO PAY Harried at Cannelton part of the old Owings farm and will THK NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Dn K Chap W Allen and Annie Casey of move his familv there in a few days K Mill poll tuclr cure forever any form of ltlood or Cloverport were married at noon yester I tiexual jiaeae the It Uthe result of 30 Rob Smith the handsome drummer yean experience in treatment of day at the Cottage Hotel by Squire for the Tin tkeeo uiaeaaea Stove company Louisville Richey Cannelton Telephone was here o dine with iiis wife Tues- Â¬ WE CURE SYPHILIS day Tliii terriltln Ttlvul PaIsai ill lm Lett Jesse Smith went to Brandenburg to our NKW Many have lost confidence and hope Monday Beware m mercury From there he will go to l iHaAn Ct HtlvlnrnilnTniirivitin as well as well as health because they Stiths Valley to visit Mr Hieks a school It you ha e MtM In the mouth or tongue have been told their Kidney disease was friend Ttrowi ralllaff out pimple or blouchw incurable Foleys Kidnev Cure ia a These cold evenings remind us that anhen etc ym have toe eeroudary itage guaranteed remedy for the discouraged winter will soon be with us and we ot till Klootl lolaon We aolielt the llHMt liliatinata ftn an1 Ahallnnffn fh anu disconsolate A R Fishsr Clover hope every one in this broad land of world lora cawwe aooept or treatment port E A Witt Hardineburg ami cannot cure Uy our treatment the ours will fully prepare for It uloen Ileal the balr groiri again palnn disappear the akin bcoomea healthy and I am glad to hear our young people marriage li jHjMiblennUaafe Prom PlHevllle are pleased with Brandenburg Misses Mrs Geo II Reese and little daughter CURES GUARANTEED I Sue Owings and Nell Trent are especial Â¬ Gene vel ve left yesterday morning for Mf ly missed from the home eirele Thriutanili of rounc and mlddli jseil here men have their tiger and vitality wrinxl Sterling on a visit to Mr Reeses mother ly early abuaet later azceaaea lu ntal Little Belle Smith eajoys the ebange n fcha mtu imp marrr etr No From there they will go o Ha wee vl lie ew Method Treatment U the refuge from her beautiful country home to this fora visit to Mm George Bentley Mm little town She likes the sehool and WECUREIMPOTENCY Reeses sisUr Cumberland Courier tho little boys kad girls here vary much And ratio ra all arU to a normal condi We are glad to bear Mr frioMi and tion Ambition life and eserar are re The editor of the Farm Journal asks newed and one new Umaelf man former merehaat Mr 1 8 Rlehaon iinunaiuen Krery aae li treated indl-Why have a on the farm iUualli no eare eM fcenea our voa Jar- poor crop sour brtvd grip leak ia the is doing soeb a good business la Bran luuoeM No wetter whet alia yon oonault ui ooatKleaUaUr We oan 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22 Fourth at A SHORT TIME ONLY KX naflear Atteet OWEN CUNNINGHAM Clerk BrecaearMfe Ceuaty Court HARDINSBURG - I y An ItxpeHalTB Iieaaen has a way of Jogging my memory that I am hardly In sympathy with sakl Smith with a sorry smile as be filed away his last months gas bill About a month ago as 1 was pre Â¬ BY MRS IIATTin 1RINNBLL paring to come down town she hand ed me a letter with the Injunction to be sure and mall it at tbe flrst mall box that 1 earns to 1 promised and put the letter away In my iracket Thank iDewey TttTyHll Blendes of its teachers but at their tra Now dont forget she called after f the defiommfentl we nil Maim ready ftflflh levotion and the educational in me as the letter Is very Important ooHKraltilaie Mrs Haaen ami w lnwi t higenoe they olten display even when I wont 1 answered knd straight le will hurry up affaire bo Oim dmlrnl their Mholalsiio equipment is not of the way proceeded to forget all about It does go in go into ma new nome cioee the Ixet A life giving anchor The other day I chanced to be go ur hang lite haWutf ami let fie nrrM out of our public Kliooh even in their ing through my pockets when I was link talk andwitteiatibut another imperfect stale and they are steadily surprised by coming across the letter onuy ouh lara jnuw mijuwuy pw and nationally being Improved and that my wife bad given me to mall four weeks before Remembering that false for Dewer add abuse for Goelwl though they may never conquer orime she had said It was very Important ctase We are bo awfully tired of both Ignorance and poverty they can glanced at It to see to whom It was ad i t X and will win more and greater victories dressed Try LION COFFEE and you will never use Every noble thought and deed places for the uplifting and ennobling of the Accept no 1 wnn thunderstruck to And that It 4 any otiier It is absolutely pure of earning generations us more in harmony with the currents Instead of Mrs was addressed to me Thinking that on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs Coffee and nothing but Coffee Ignoble Davis blaming popular education for my wife must have taken leave of her Every spiritual progress senses 1 tore It open and found a note thought every base desire every un- many soolal evils let her remember that worthy act dwarfs our souls and retards it does more to uproot and to cure evil that read thus Alarm Clock TlantclClock The gas Is leaking In the base in These articles mailed our advancement in divine life Look than any other agency ment Please seud a man up to llx It Dy express around you and see those who live a life exchange lion heads cut from prepaid tor t t I dont remember what 1 said whon 1 10 lion of love justice high mlndednees and heads and a Browning was at once a phil- Â¬ I charged home and found that the Robert COFFEE pkgs front lb 2c stamp loyalty to all that is beet in his or her gas was still leaking but all the satis osopher a poet and a seer His poetry Frame belDg Dont they have abiding peacet faction I got out of my wife was tlmt lieauUfully will strengthen faith The idea of God she thought 1 would remember to post finished serenity and joy Gold Collar Button in ever present as 1h also the thought of WlthRllt 1 the next letter she gave mo and I bet t Stands Malted free for S lion heads cut ram Lion our duty and responsibility in this won- Â¬ lieve 1 will Detroit Free Press 6 Inches Colfee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp Made uses the word politician jSbakespeare high derful world Listen to this key note of of rolled Kld and with l A beauty five times and each time it is synony- Â¬ tack suitable nuke for ladles and eenHe faith and good Humbug No men This shape Is handy and topular mous with knave We are to infer from time keeper Foleys Honey and Tar doss not claim one A emmnmnaflnmmmmnnmemj this that to the great bard a politician I have lived I etGodsmore atleit a lift time oF ammmm mam fd hand Ihr uh tern Sent by express prepaid for 80 lion heads and to perform miracles It does not claim is one who sacrifices truth and honor Daisy Neck Pin n z cent stamp when nnlprinir either clock And ail was for hen to cure all cases oi consumption or please name your nearest Express Office If there Well I think if Shakes Â¬ This worldsno blot f r us nor blank FLAVOR for policy Is no express office located In your town Genuine Hard Enamel asthma but it does claim to give compeare were op earth today he would It meant intensity and melius good and Qoid liave much to say about American mu- Â¬ I am much interested in his biography fort and relief in advanced stagoi of V Ladies Scissors For 8 lion heads and Box of Colored Crayons Stylish Belt Buckle n 2cint staino The We are governed by men and in Iiib poems His purity and ele- Â¬ these diseases and to usually cure early nicipalities Illustration Is only two third actual slic Ilandsomely For 10 Hon heads Color a delicate pink with Jewel setting who hold their grip upon us through vation of thought are only equaled by stages It ia certainly worth trying by gold plated and a 2c stamp ami Kold trimmings Boat enamel finish those sflhctt d or threatened with these witn Koman and by statue law and were it not for nia consistency Fine wax crayons stylish and durable He has reverence for finish and set fifteen different with ruby law the people could protect themselves all that is true pure and holy Such dread diseaaes A R Fisher Olover accom- Â¬ colors colored Jewel A Witt Hardinsburg port panied with outagainst their officers As it is they are beautiful love existed between him and In tho center line pictures for The Lions Bride This will be powerless and are robbed legally coloring Each I his mother and his anguish at her death welcomed for drcssed up occasions by Monkey Vensrcnnce crayon Is wrapped tho ladies who like to wear different wlthstrongpoper Brownings was extremely poignant Length five inches suitable for cutting Gibraltar is noted for tho monkeys coshes The gold finish goes well colored to prevent break Mrs Rebecca Harding Davis some service to civilization was great in en- Â¬ which live there Visitors watch for trimming and general household use with any of them ulven for 20 lion ing stamp Qlven for 12 lion heads and a 2c stamp heads and a 2 cent time last summer asked the question riching life and ixalting Nature Some thorn by the hour and thoy may not She ouo lias paid Is the Public school a curse appear yet occasionally In full dny We are dyed by our Ladies Apron Childs Drawing Book found a yigorou3 defender for our public thoughts Razor Hndo of good I would like to be dyed by light they will cross the walls nud A collection quality lawn with roof surrounding the old comctory 6thoola in Mrs Schuyer Van Ileus as many of Brownings thoughts as possiof nice outline alternate revering pictures bound and tucks broad seiaer who replied to Mrs Davis article ble And when ho married Elizabeth from the Alameda gardens where into book form hem at bottom and with sheets of Haa Barrettl A true love match a case of they go to drink at the fountain American Review in Ihe North is neatly gathered A subaltern tells an nmuslug story tissue paper be a very Mailed free for 12 lion heads cut from at ualst Has love Bt Ural sight which deepened and concerning the puhlic school dono its work tween tho superior and stylish Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp this colony of animals leaves On these education been always an unmixed grew moro beautiful if possible as the About two years ago some otllccrs article Size 36x40 Olven for 38 Hon heads and c 2 cent An unusually fine picture from the brush tissue pHges tho Inches stamp A first class razor made of best of the noted German nrtlst Gabriel Max children can bleselntsto America and Americans English steel and extra hollow ground It is founded on Chamlssos poem The vears passed She was an Invalid her managed to detach a small monkey Given for 20 Hon trace the pictures beneath thus affording The story Is interesting Lions Bride Mrs Dayis also asked These questions father objected but what cared they in from Its follows at the drinking trough heads and a 2 cent enjoyment as well as instruction to tho and we send with each picture a hand stamp hand and eye These drawing books and some folder containing copy of the poem easily answered as loyal eons sunny Italy since they had each other and kept It for n fortnight In captivity are not as Rubber Dressing Comb the box of crayons go very well together and telling all about It Size 15x26 Inches Then for reasons of their own they There are six different kinds ana each of a Republic may suppose Mrs Van and were one in love Their life was a thought well to restore It So thoy Picture drawing book requires 6 Hon heads and a Fruit Rensselaer replied that indisputably the perfect idyl of bliss A many Bided in 2 cent stamp rraagHSMBsjBMmmni blessings outweigh the- curse Suppose tellectutd sympathy bound them togeth- Â¬ took tho little beast back to tho drink Dorothy and Her Friends ing trough oarly one morning beforo For 10 Hon heads and a 2 cent stamp Length 7 inches full im and weight we try to fancy what the condition of er firmly and with tastes and aims in the others had arrived and watched It Naval Box Kite yjisg SfffifBiiffiflmsfnM Made of genuine India rubber finely bright A our land would be today without our unision why shouldnt the music of In ambush finished Appropriate for a ladies dressingSee it Fly I -case or for use In the household cheery picture free schools Our imagination shrinks their days speed on with scarce a jar I Presently tho monkey colony came The celefrom the first outlines of the picture brated box For 8 lion heads wish every young girl every young man rcconnoltercd and observing tho trukite now so Game India and a 2c stamp Mrs Davis referred us to the Acadian could read and realize that deep inde- Â¬ antas they evldontly considered him popular Thirty inches After much held n consultation settlement in Louisiana wherein lew scribable joy which alone can come into Similar to Par- Â¬ cheery A bright long and rj- ches which has picture 1 comes safely people could read and writo yet a walk lives which are welded together by love chattering two of tho largest npes np Qlven for 8 Hon Size 16x24 inches been played In eastfolded but proached the returned wanderer who nceus ami a 4 ccni sump ern countries since with her chlck degrees ofv happiness prevailed and and faitb ed can quickly I think with other admirers appeared petrified with fear seized before tbe dawn of ensand herrabbits bespread to history Tho Illus- Â¬ she was apprehensive that schoolteach- Â¬ that the poem of their married life The predominating 50 Foot Clothes Line fly Every him by his arms and after apparently tration shows plan colore are rich reds American boy ers might be sent there to open the was lovelier than any thatheor she ever strangling him threw him over the of the game with SUc and greens Olven for IS wants one usual counters dice 14x28 inches Hon heads and way for railways business and civiliza wrote I well remnmber when Mrs precipice beneath the signal station and older and dice cups acÂ¬ a 2 cent stamp persons also For 10 Hon heads evldontly in revenge as a deserter Well Mrs Van Rsneselaer wants Browning died in 1801 companying it A tion Ho wrote his Made of closely and 3 cent stamp we are interestea game which people will mall It tinned braided cotton puch unlace baibed wired and placed masterpiece after her death The Ring flailed free for 40 Hon heads cut from never tire of playing uiven ior iu lion ready for hanging threads strong and WlU give tho best of Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp stamp hetds and a 2 cent under a strict taboo so they may contin- Â¬ and The Book and his noble religious Used By British Soldiers in Africa satisfaction ue moral and contented without any poem Rib bi Ben Ezra Gapt 0 G Dennison is well known His idea of schooling That wan not a normal death was more than sublime Mr all over Africa as commander of the Every you pound package of LION COFFEE you else community wef might tell Mrs Davis Brownings death I can recall vividly in forces that captured the famous rebel portion of You overlook It wafl an BBacnronism and as such inevit 1880 in the city of Venice beautiful Galishe Under date of Nov 4 1807 ably destined to change We have Venice the bride of the sea I am now from Vryburg Bechuanaland he writes be selected by you new known and heard of true gentle folk in more en rapport over the poet than ever Before starting on the last campaign I THB ADOVB ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE LION COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list will other lands and other Bge8 who could before in my life His poems all have a bought a quantity of Chamberlains shortly appear In this paper t Dont miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever offered I Vhen writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or neither read nor write Such persons moral atmosphere and every reader Is Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy package with the Hon heads If more than I S lion heads are sent you can are unthinkable among ourselves and sensibly influenced by them Take for which I used myself when troubled with save postage by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer for large You always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper It Is a seated pack Â¬ Illustrated premium list Address all letters to the age with the lions head In front It Is absolutely pure If the package just so is a perpetuation of pastoral ig- Â¬ example one verse from Old Pictures bowel complaint and had given to my LION COFFEB Is roasted the day It leaves the factory Is unbroken men and in every case it proved most norance and innocence in any locality in Florence WOOLSON SPICE GO Toledo Ohio beneficial Business Railroads politics and newspa Â¬ For Bale by A LR Fisher When a soul has seen Clo7erport R A Shellman Stephens pers touch all corners now iuthe modern By means of evil that good is best white mans world and the elimination And through earth and its noise what isheaueni port serene of the schoolteacher will not improve it When our faith la the same has stood the test It Was In nis Head reason why any community is not The Denial Parlors Balzac once promised Llrieux tho New York Why the child grown man you burn the rod what it sliould be or all that we could manager of the Odeon theater In Paris The uses of labor are surely done But it is a There remalneth a rest for the people of God wish ie very complicated a Ave act drama The Springs of And I have had troubles eaough for one dangerous mistaken idea to lay the Qulnola He was so busy with other 542 FOURTH STREET blame on the public school Mrs Davis work however that not till he had BUT been long and urgently Importuned did CiMAKEINNO MISTAKE PLACE QETC17 charges many eyils to overeducation QnalBt Dr Colics trt THE RIGHT Dr Oollee an eminent surgeon of he promise to read his piece to the We must not expect too muoh of our ESTABLISHED 1888 Â¬ Tbe compublic schools or confuse and weaken Dublin who died In 1848 was remark- Â¬ company the next week on pany gathered about him the day by laying upon them burdens they able for his plain dealing with himthem self In his fee book he had many appointed and he read his five act ought hot to bear The public school such candid entries as the following play fluently through to the end system of New York a system which has For giving Ineffectual advice for Llrieux was enthusiastic ran up to In theTwiCK-A-WKKCouhier Iouhnal than especially difficult problems to solve is deafness 1 guinea shake hands with the great writer ana First Term of Five Months Begins September 4 1899 in any other paper published both in quality and quantity without doubt accomplishing great attempting to draw out the turned over the pages of the manu- Â¬ For script whose contents had pleased him things in the way of educating aseiml stump of a tooth 1 guinea Tug TwiceaWebk Courikr Iournal Is the Instructors Practical thorough and enthusiastic men equal of many dallies and the supetior of all other For telling him that he was no mightily lating and Americanizing the ioreign papers No school in this section of the State offers and women It prints more real news more Rood class But what was this There were only more 111 than 1 was 1 guinea All poor masses of the population matter more good class matter than any other Issuperior inducements except four acts The last pages of the mansued Wednesday and Saturday A good coinmis For nothing that I know of quarters in all large cities would present Ion to agents Sample copies free on application that he probably thought he did not uscript were blank In surprise the Write to a different picture were it not for our pay me enough last time 1 guinea COURSES AND TUITION manager asked what It all meant COURIER JOURNAL CO public schools Dont look at the defl- Balzac smiled and admitted that he 1 75 per month 8 20 per month Primary Scientific LOUISVILLE KY had not yet written out the fifth act 2 50 3 20 Classical Intermediate but declared that he bad it as clearly 3 20 3 50 Preparatory Music In his head as If It already stood on BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT 3 20 Teachers Board 175 to 236 per week continued the poet paper And We have the largest and beet equipped merrily I have in the same head two Dental Office south of the Ohio River YOU OAN QBT For further information and catalogue addreee more outcomes of the plot In case the We were the first to reduce the price i San of Dentistry to bring it within the reach ihi one I Just read dont please you D S A of all Francisco Argonaut My wife CURRENT TOPICS - tttMMMttMMMRBBBMS ptn8 UN Used in Millions of Homes substitute FREE for ofx HON mothtr-of-pear1 1 Â¬ BestTCoffee forfihe Money Insist Â¬ Â¬ ISS Â¬ r Â¬ s strength purity and -- Â¬ Â¬ D Â¬ - Â¬ g Â¬ Â¬ plliii it H buy a time Dont have bought something bought a certain some article to have from our Premium Lists too IMPORTANT NOTICE YOU GET K THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY MORE Â¬ Â¬ RAW AS BEEF Tortira Equal to thi Breckenridge News AND THX Twice-a-Wee- k ROBERTS Jr B President A GREAT OFFER Teeth Extracted Filled with Amalgam Pilled with Gold and Platinum loy 26c 50c AlÂ¬ HARDINSBURG KY FROM ECZEMA Not muoh attention Is often paid to the first symptoms of Eosemt bat it is sot loaf before the little redness begins te itek as born tfhl is but the beginning tutd will lichini awl Bornlni of lead to suffering and torture almost bbb durable It is a tommon mistake to egr4 a roughness and redness of tfee skin TWs FurM surely a local irritation ft is bat an indie von oi a Humor m tae djooo oi serriDia Seaem wkiek is mote tkan ekla4eepl and oan aot be reached by loett eppll eafioM of ointment selves ete applied to the Msrfaee the disease Itself tbe real eaose of the trouble it tat the Wood aHheagh tdl offering tapwdoee tiujiMfsitheaktat steeply way to meh the dlaeeee tfcereJore ia through No Farm Jeuraal Fran Now ts Desember 1903 Nearly Five Years By special arrangement made with the publishers of the Farm Journal we are enabled to offer that paper to every subÂ¬ scriber who pays for the Bksukinridcik News one year ahead for only 1 both papers for the juioe of ours only our paper one year and the Farm Journal from now to December 1903 nearly Ave years Tbe Farm Journal ia an old established paper enjoying great popu Â¬ larity one of the best and most useful farm papers published inV Tills oner should be aooepted without delay Filled with Gold A Good Set of Teeth 7k 100 and up Courier Journal Both One Year for 600 800 Beet Set ofTeeth no Better made aanew Old Platea Repaired and made as good ONLY SI through Ihe Dlutu u We extraot teeth absolutely without pain We are the only dentiete in the city who extraot your teeth and replace them with temporary teeth same day Hundaya from 8 a ro till IS oolook Lady always in attendance This is for cash sebscriplioas oaly All luWeclp tkms twder this combination offer matt be sent oee of the 25 A JKIRST D LADIES YOUR SHOPPING BY PROXY Breckenridge News TRUSSES rdgSssaaaMaisaAaaaaaaaaBSBati Canneltons Leading Tailor ft 2g uu oM tklnl AND UP Mr rail T Jonas of XlxemrlUa lad writes and after neat deal J had ffeaama thirty ye ef treatment mlef was so raw and sere that ft nave ate and onetent pain It finally broke into a nnalag began to spread and now worse For the part fir or ix years I have snffered untold agony and had given np nil hope of ever being free worn tbe tteeaM as x have been treated by somi of the best phyalelana and have taken many blood medicines all In Tain with iitUe faith left I began to take B B B ana It apparently nsada the nVjsema worse but I knew that thta was the Oontinning way the MnMdy not rid of tbe poison 1 1 tbe Mas healed op entirely the akin beeame m aeereMitMeoeMiwMearea paneeuy tee dliejne and nan net be r by n remedy whlgfc hi n maw aw mm mwmmwm vasrei mmm T superior to other McTeiedieehiesean Htiea aJpii lit vhieh they ean nntMaeh It mm to toe bottom to Use oeooo or ana aweasa ant wtu m na matter what other treatment haa iaflad It k M worse ease of j the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potaah merenn tr an e4bermlneral and never falla to enre Seeema Sertak poatagisMt Wood Inelet Sonm Oaneer Tetter Rheumatism Open Bore Uleew lafla atd Oomaaav Aalanta tiaanan vara m WTHI BLOOD LitfLZZ an addrse b iwift EJ The Japanese dentists perform all their operations In tooth drawing with the thumb and the forefinger of one hand Tbe skill necessary to do this la acquired only after long practice but when once It la obtained the opera tor la able to extraet half a doaen teeth la about W seconds without once re moving his finger fremjthe patients mouth ii Keep it la Year Kent Ami lehwtt the hewam Jail to onto tntm ft dm of LTOtrn LxxattvH 8Ywr It aew MUy but eabntnaliy oh the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in ood working order and Â¬ Japans Pttlt m Est Q tUtUtlfr HAIR BALSAM PromaHi OttsMM Do you want an article that a buurket fnnrtk dlfMAM at riCtMT Twfc sWBoC wj W aM - Ik aOvadfltl KWD LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The rd is headed hy Conatedere Simpson IsMf a itssf Kate Trentna iphL the greats ariM wlanlac Polasvd Cttka haw Aviv or dead C asodora fcuaptoa Is a danlfeate of his cele salad sere sad we cm trackally say wlthoat aMHac aav rWUaiioa ea Bieduartaa eaualy aiasssed so as aa mud a brad that Mutts tllassrated boe eat tats ad oat sad tea to as with MR SfiirllL Mtlte hmJ eea SatejoarHMtfct WdaMtAta bowloaa yea ruptured whether rupture UUrfvoraauJli atae state aaaiber Uohes around the body ea a Hae wMh M rapture ear whether rupture la oa rtht or Ml tMe aaawowUTsead either truae toraa wm the aafsr 4 malt aw staadtas W tt IfHmatt rtUM at three Waiea ear return H e4 we mhtsaxmsA tm aea4 win raiurn your taattan ahuat ear Mae Satat 1Vum BMSe WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS he kuti seyaeea mentf WHEN IN NEED you oannot gat in your own Uwi but ia handlad by a 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as Dewey at said and stick the type that pulls the CAIM sf THANKH iwIhIIhi nti Ht It rat le ihIi pr as presets that make up the forms write UITOAKIM torg4 he at tfe rate f eM the locale read the proofs and do a rNM thousand and one things that are neces Â¬ M9NKY IN AWAKCX sary to be done even m a little country EIGHT PAGES cough congests the lining of people connected membrane of your lungs with the Naws Its a pretty big estab Â¬ Saturday Ceasetearing your throat lish ment and the beauty of it is that When these big Dsmoeratic rallies and lungs in this way its a home affair The young men and come around we all think of dear Mrs A young man should never petition Put the parts at rest and lor an opportunity lie should make it young women who build its forms write Dowdy who has been gathered home give them a chance to its pages were all born and bred right How site did eijoy them and a true de heal You will need some voted Democrat she was I Mrs Dowdy Whkn this is read the election will he here in the gxd old town of Uloverport help to do this and you will find it in thing of the past It will be either and thats a thing to be proud of Where was true and firm in all relations of life Every dollar She hai her prototype in dear Miss Joebel or Taylor and so far aa the News is there a better town turned in for subscriptions advertiseHall- - her only surviving daughter i concerned the man whom the people ment and job work is an incentive to wtin s a true blue Democrat and who elect will be our Governor and as such we will stand by him it he stands for the them for better work Lt us haw your llvrg beautiful quiet life ever keeping I right A Kentackian occupying the aid dont wait for a pergonal appeal alive tier departed loved ones of whom alghest gift Kentuckians can bestow Look at the label on your paper and if she thinks as visiting spirits mt afford to do anything but the right you are behind sit right down and Bend That cousin of mine Senator George thing So heres to the next Governor us a check for what you owe to date and I Alexander whose handsome face was a year in advance Dont neglect it It in Wednesdays Post tells why heeould e he Goebel or Taylor is important to us It takes money to not support Mr Goebel The principal good of one thing now run anything thats I The News is glad and foremost reason assigned was that the election is over and that is that am a Democrat and do not consider Goe- Â¬ Hows This its columns have been free from abuse bel the nominee of my party for Gov- Â¬ From the first dose the We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ernor and he added I am opposed to and it has no remorse of conscience for quiet and rest begin the for any case of Catarrh that can not be eyery man on the Music Hall ticket having printed a lot of vile stuff calculat Â¬ tickling in the throat ed to incite mobs and array one class of cured by Halls Catarrh Cure George Alexander stands cquarely on ceases the spasm weak- Â¬ CO Props Toledo 0 the Chicago platform and he thinks had citizens against another create enmities F J CHENEY ens the cough disap Wethe undersigned have known and hard feelings and stir up the worst Mr Bryan known the true history of the pears do not wait tor blood in the community all for the Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Louisvi le Convention he would never pneumonia and con- Â¬ Â¬ purpose of putting a tew fellowa lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus have come here to advise Democrats to sumption but cut short in fat places For one time in 20 years iness transactions and financially able to endorse its method He says this split your cold without delay our hands are clean our consciences carry out any obligations made by their in the Democratic party wilt teach a val- Â¬ Dr Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ Grm clear and we are glad of it uable lesson and that the party will West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ hereafter put out its best nun I can toral Plaster should be Systematic farming is what we need do 0 Marvin Walding Kinnan tell my cousin George that the party had over the lungs of every per- Â¬ in the Boutb We have an abundance Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio an opportunity to put out P Watt Har Â¬ son troubled with a cough of land good soil and our climate conHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ din and that force and fraud prevented to ly acting directly upon the blood and and just so it will be in the future Doctor ditions are better suited to farming than to any other line of work There is mucous surfaces of the system Price where policemen rule and all parliamenUnusual opportunities and long experience eminently qnallfj us for Write neither economy nor profit in cultivat Â¬ 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists tary law is over rulod glrlnff you medical advice treaty all the particular In your caie ing a large area of land in a elip shod Testimonials free Tell u what your exporfence has been with our Cherry Jectoral You way so that the net proceeds barely pay Halls Family Pills are the best trill receive a prompt reply without cost for the family groceries A small farm Address DR J C AVER BUMS XAWCll managed in an orderly systematic manBRANDENBURG ner using everything to the bee advantage will earn money for its owner Let the farmers use their brainB as well as Mr and Mrs Frank Ditto havo two GLflNDfcANb their muscle let them study their busi- Â¬ very sick children ness and stick to it instead of talking Miss Maydee Pusey has returned from Possums are ripe and partridrB turn Waxes Eloquent On the Political politics and hard times at the country a delightful stay in Louisville ing store and great will be the change Let The Farmers Institute will be held Issues of the Day them do away with a haphazard John Dean went to Owensboro Satur Â¬ here November the 27th and 28tb day kind of farming and Miss Eva Carrigan was a guest of Mrs adopt a method of procedure a line of Ike Dewees spent Sunday in Owens Â¬ J W Lewis and family last week poller as it were carry it out to the let- Â¬ REPLIES TO MR THOMAS boro Miss Linnie Moremen is at home af- Â¬ ter and watch results Whon this order Dr DempBti r gois to Louisville to of things is inaugurated there will be ter a most pleasant visit to Louisville morrow no worn out farms and Mrs Ilanea and little son of Louia Dud Ashley every farmer will be prosperous and yille visited Mrs D W Lewis last week I notice in the News that Mr Sam visit Saturday went to Fordsville on a contented and master of all be surveys Mrs Allen Ashcraft of Mauckport at- Â¬ Thomas criticises the Democrats very Mrs Swett is visiting Mrs P R Wei tended the funeral of little June Allen sharply and Little Democrat in par- Â¬ ticular He says I havn not studied the born at Central City In the recent installation of President Brown history of the Democrats duiing the past Mr Nath Wells and wife are visiting Hadley the thirteenth President of Bro Litchfield preached to a full thirty years He is mistaken I have at Annetta Grayson county Yale college is exemplified the impor house last Sunday morning and again studied tance of having strong characters as edu the history of both the Demo Low Decker from Sbrewsberry will at night crats and the Republicans and I find move to Frank Deanus near town cators President Hadley is not a min Charlie Coleman went to Louisyille to that in 1873 the Republican party de ister as many of bis predecessors have Little Miss Mamie Brown is staying a hear Taylor candidate for Republican momelized silver after we had enjoyed been but is a man of strong personality week or two with her setura in CUeiiB unbounded prosperity with bi meHlism of the highest ability and a deep student Governor speak boro for eighty one years and then I find Mrs Marion Reese a kind pleasant of human nature The president of n Mr and Mrs Ell Dean and Mrp W little woman visited her sister Mrs the Democrat party fighting for tho large college like Yale must necesaar R Moorman visited at Millwood last rights of the people We fought your ily exert a wonderfal influence for good June Brown last week week or evil likewise in a comparative de- Â¬ Mrs Nellie Jenkins visited her pa- Wail Street party so hard that we se- Â¬ Miss Eula Miller of Hardinsburjr is gree does the humble pedagogue who rents Mr and Mrs 0 W McGehee last cured the Sherman Silver Bill in 1800 walks a mile to ids log school house week and attended church hero Sunday and secured 62000000 more per annum the guestjof Misses Lutie and liable Moorman this week eats his lunch from a tin pail and boards Mr and Mrs Richard Willett enter Â¬ for our people than we had under your W It Moorman went over to Mill- Â¬ around The importance of the ed- tained the Mite Society last Saturday Republican law and in 1890 1 find you wood Saturday to return with Mrs Moorucator is incalculable He stands for night Everybody had a pleasant even- Â¬ still for the abominable gold standard crushing the laboring man down in fav- Â¬ man Sunday right and equity among his fellow men ing Knowledge is the key that unlocks the or of the capitalist and I find the Dem- Â¬ Miss Eva Hensley and Allen Klnche Yea W o know now why Miss May ocratic party fighting for the gold and mysteries of life and it is to the teachers loe of liardiusburg were visitors at Mr the reiognzed leaders of education in dee came home before the Grand Opera silver money of tho constitution in be Â¬ Bob Robertsons Sunday every community that we appeal for season The Goebel rally brought her half of the masses and in 1809 I find the Hon Chas Blanford mado the last Democratic party indorsing the Chinn help The teachers of Breckenridge She ia patriotic campaign speech to the Qlendeane peo-Â¬ Mr P G Bryan the old well known School Book Bill to make school books county will have much to answer for in ple the future history of this county Next and reliable piino tuner is here doing cheaper and the Republican party op- Â¬ speechA lull house and an entertaining to the mothers they are probably the excellent work Mr Bryan is as well posing them and the Democratic party Forest Blain of Stepheusport and a indorsing the McChord Railroad Bill in most responsible factors in its future and active as a young mac Mr Milclitll of Darby Ind were here order that the state may run the L N government for it is the seed of ambi Â¬ Miss Ella Morris and several young N run the last week reprtssnting some photograph tion planted in youth possibly dormant ladies of Corydon whose names I did railroad and not the L for a long time that will spring up in not learn spent Sunday with Misses Lil- Â¬ state with the Republicans opposing house Dr Dempster has just put down some this manhood and bring forth its crop of lian and Virginia Rhodes good or evil fruit May the teachers of Now Sam Thomas except you indorse sidewalk jireatly improving the walk Next Sunday will be Bible Day at this county avail themselves of every the Baptist church Recitations special that Wall Street platform adopted at St way when the muddy season comes on opportunity to incraase their knowledge singing and other interesting features Louis by Mark Hanna which a three We will soon be mud proof Merchants report a fine trade last and their influence for good and may Everyone cordially invited year old trial has proven the greatest week They are the only people we they be rewarded by having at least one Miss Trent is at Mrs Goughs to study curse we have ever had you haye no have who are too busy to talk elaction president of Yale college claim Brecken platform You only oppose the Demo- Â¬ music under Miss Daisy Mclntire I ridge as the place where his ambition to beg crats in their efforts to relieve the peo Mr Stum desires to thank tho people for the young ladles pardon for neglect the liberal trade he is receiving be great and good was first stirred ple of their political bondage ing to report her presence here Rev Miller preached 8unday to a I suppose you oppose the Goebel elec- Â¬ Thomas J Sharkey as a prize fighter tion law and think it will depriva you of good audience He will have larger A WORD TO OVJl PATRONS is near the end of his eareer Then he Wk have contracted for a new press intends to be a gentleman and like Dew your rights We are told by the Re- Â¬ audiences hereafter the appointment well over the neighbor-Â¬ It will be set up in our office within the ey marry Back numbers are in order publican cohorts tbat we need the gold was not Oomeknown to out hear him the first standard money By stem to enable us to hood next few weeks It is a modern Mrs W D Howard and Mr and Mrs Sunday in each month at eleven machine and prints and folds an Ned Reese were in Louisville last week do business with other nations and in eight page paper the size of the News tire jieeee weni up to see a specialist as the same breath they tell us that we UTOIIA KKIJRT AND SCHOOL NOTM in Ies3 than half the time we are now- - she does not improve as she would wish need a high tariff to keep other nations The Roll of Honor for second month doing it with our present facilities 10 to 1 was supposed to have been from doing business with us What we is as follows No other country offioe in Kentucky buried To day it is resurrected by six do really need is bi metalism to enable May Dempster 100 Little Fisher us to coin and use all the gold and silver will have such an equipment Just 009 Harry Moorman 009 Robert Fish Â¬ It is a teen white horses to one yaller Â¬ labor saving and time saving machine about the only way it will ever be re- Â¬ our country can produce and have mon er 09 8 Walter Moorman 007 Ada ey sufficient to buy and handle our great ind will enable us to handle our local surrected amount of produce and a tariff for rev Â¬ Mattlngly 007 Roy Moorman 00 0 Em Â¬ wreepondence much more satisfactorily Mre Lena Moremen has left to Join ma Lou Moorman 09 6 Clara Mattlngly only so we oan have competition au an me news thats flt to print rluht her husband Bsrt Moremen who is in enue 09 A Elliott Moormao 004 Owen Hunt- Â¬ lap to the time of going to press at 0 the West Lena Moreman is a baud which is the life of trade er 004 Louise Moorman 0f 3 Meda Ye are told by the Rebublioana that oclock Tuesday evening when we go some sweet good young woman and Maxwell 992 Nora Hoekine 001 Otter we are In the midst of prosperity but press with the last forms our paper will make friends anywhere Owen 991 Silva Mattlngly 90 Maudle with Disc harrows five dollars high pomes out f61ded and ready for the malls Little June Allen Brown infant son of Mattlngly 988 John Fisbtr 987 Theo Â¬ er than in 1807 and corn worth 22 dore In lees than two hours Under the old Mr and Mrs June Brown died Merideth 96 6 Maude Maxwell last week cents per bushel we dont think muoh WSV We run alfint for nknnt four UUUIBl W of pneumonia He wan a sweet bright WW 960 Jesse Rhodes 08 fc Jesse Carey with five or six people folding for the baby He had been sick sometime of that sort of prosperity U78 same length of time Then again Wed We extend muoli sympathy All these reports Include daily attend Â¬ We have little sympathy with the pro-Â¬ nesday morning there is a hurtle and At the home of Mr and Mrs It II ducer of wealth who listens to the lead ance and punctuality in addition to reci Â¬ a bustle all hands foldingwrapping and Nfcvitt the stork has again flown upon ers of a party which is desirous of reduc Â¬ tations and dsportnisnt We cannot i a rush to catch the mail With the the house top and there ia a glint of ing the amount of our primary money have the names this month of those pu Â¬ tw facilities all this will be done while of sunshine in the Dallas household one half thereby decreasing the price of pils who spent one or mors school days Ae paper is coming from the press the A girl and we Kentucky friend These girls send produoe one half and which stands la Louisville last month nail made up and ready for Uuele Ham congratulations against the income tax thereby making Alma Mattlngly Daisy Deane Ktiiua nd no more kicking from Marlon Everything ia in readiness to day for the laboring class pay the expenses of Dee Moorman Sallle Robertson and featherholt Our city subscribers will the big Goebel rally Sixteen young our government while the millionaire O lie Hoskine were perfeot or nearly to served with their papers fresh ami ladies and girls will ride to Weklon to In fact no better goes free Would it not be better to say syery day present ip for early breakfast meet the speakers headed by the Cory to those drones Go down in the earth workers are la school as their resorts 1 11 Tkl m u uihiw oi oofliMacetfl money dun braes band Goebel sonos arranged and help dig our eoal go out ia the field always show I ut the News is a great big affair Our by A 0 Burton will be song speeches and Inability to get to school at the adn Â¬ neip produce our bread go out in irculatlbn and business demands it the in the afternoon ad infinitum the field and work ISO days and make a ata of opening places Miss Careys name labile demands it and that what we My eouain L A Footo Brandenburg crop oi tooaooQ or go uown into yoar lower oa the list than otherwise Miss hen lor to verve the publfe with giTeesome excellent reasons lor using pocket and help pay the taxes of oar Careys work is superior Mis beta phat they want Now a word to our fertiliser oa wheat in last issue of this country Then we would not fear that teaches and attends school this year Irons and all who have a pride is their paper He has been a farmer pretty you would not veto against the trusts Friday afternoon exercises from bow onty and their ooaajy paper We ex- - much all of his life more than three whioh ars Increasing the number of oh ami current events every Thursday k yim to help us out on tills piece of score years and has always been a gen millionaires Voto lor tbat party tbat morning iterprise We expect you to come op rat reader and close observer Indorses eqaal rights to all and exclusive Constant and prompt attention Is urged i y nr fwbtcrfntone If rou TTp Twiprt com spondsnt Is one of privilege to none throughout the term Thr Boert ars what we would cell lis country bay seed farmers 1b Â¬ i paper There a whole lot oar beet I like the Ideas adraaosd oa a dry town Mrs J H 8 advanees some Rood tra Ideas oa the opea sa loon In her answer I repeat tbat no woman oaa stand for the saloon or whisky in any form except as a medi cine But fight it right Mr A 0 Burton went to Louisville last Friday to make aa addrt rs at the Key Phillip Jenkins hutch btfoe the young peoples society on the Coming of Christ He was announced to Isolate at Sandy Hill Saturday night and I pre sume he did He also attendeded the Teachers Association at Woodland last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ losing I 4 Every cough makes your throat more raw bvery and Irritable Uf AMPS CUcrry We Want Everybody to Know that we are Still in The Ring t M Pectoral FJ -- AJlJJ QTTTRTR hosiery Our lino of Hosiery is second to nono Wo havo Plain Cotton Cot- ton fleeced and all wool Wo can want from anv 8rade 8ive L- IATiTPR - Â¬ Write the Â¬ Â¬ In tho last four yoars no garment has undergone tho change in style that tho Skirt has honce the neces- eity of a careful selection Wo aro showing the best assorted line of yu yu 5 cents a pair up RAPID LACER SHOES Ladies Bave your time and pa Â¬ LITTLE DEMOCRAT Dress Skirts over seen in thistown Wo alsp have a grand display of Underskirts Ladies tienceby using our Fine Kid Rapid Lacer shoes They are tho latest and noweflt thing fa ghoea Call for them and bo suited for once UNDERWEAR v x J j H gone-to-was- This is tho season to think of underwear Wo aro sell- Â¬ ing stacks of it both to Ladies and Gentlemen Our stock in this lino is huge and you may bo sure our prices are right too Give us a chance to show you mBl M m Our supply of ladies Jackots and Capes is very large We have up to date every style You can be fitted and we are the ones to do it wraps of Ladies Capes Jackets Â¬ Â¬ aaaaaaaaaallBlaBUiBlllW The largest and newest lino of Hats Young Mens nobby hats havo juBt been received The HAMSHER one of the newest and most stylish hats made this year is for sale by us Just tho thing to complete your winter outfit Dont miss this opportunity HATS Try us and see Â¬ n w i Â¬ OVERCOATS GLOVES Keep your hands warm by buying a pair of our Heavy Gloves We have a full assortment that will cover your needs from 25 cents per pair up If you have a pair buy another pair for a friend or neighbor who has none Remember the price 25 cents and upwards I have a new line of Boys and We are prepared to sell Overpoatp cheaper than has ever been known in this town We Youths overcoats in all colors blue black brown and gray Pay The price yeur money and taka your ohoice will suit you too -- Our stock is complete in Now the whole truth is this every line and our prices are as low as the lowest moreover we guarantee you honest and fair treatment in any dealing made with us Thanking the people for their very liberal patrpnage in the past and earnestly soliciting a continuance of Very truly yours same we are Jtja stSP HESTQN WILLIS KY CO m CLOVERPORT VThe Fortify the body against d is cam by Tutts Liver Pill an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious ness and all kindred troubles A Strong Fortification drTutt Your Liver Fly Wheel of Life Pills arc the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feci as if I had a new lease of life J Fairlelgh Platte Cannon Col Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge JftO D News 7 Q lalbtge Editors and Proptletrt WEDNESDAY NOV 1 18fl9 l Ke News in Brief I Friday of last week at 7olok la the Momlnsr mow Imhb to fall It bmJU1 m soon as it straoK me grouau Dr and Mrs II I Oolemaa of Loula ville were the gnasta of Mr aad Mrs P D Plank Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mr Henry Armstrong and children spent Sunday at 8potaville the gamrfa of Mr and Mrs Bon Weaver Miss Bessie Jarboe who has been visit ingheroousln Mmh Heavrin of Louts villi- - returned home Thursday night Edwin Hodge one o the tobaooonlsts of Ilemleraon wm a passenger on the west bound train from New York Mon Â¬ day James Jackson of Hawesville was in town last week He has been surveying the Barrett tract of land for the Cincin Â¬ nati Ccopi law Compauy Meserp Will Itoberlson and Frank Dean nf GtemlfHtie spent Sumlny in town the fiiBfltHnf Missus Mary Moor- Â¬ man and Ella liobertson Mr an 1 M Oharhs hUertlll who have been at Render for several weeks returned home Saturday Mr Hatter fields health is much improved Mr Edward Bacon of Louisville was in townSuiday He was accompanied home Dy his aunt Mrs Amanda Ffsher who will spend a month there visiting relatives Murphy Miller S R Special IIardinmtom Kx Murphy aa energetic jouug farmer of Daviess eouaty aad Mies Sarah daughter of Mr Matthias Miller were married near this plaoe Ttiewlav Ooto bar 30th by the Rev Mrt Petty The left immediately after the oereinony for Owensboro J E Monarch of Owensboro a brother-in-laof tho bride at tended the wedding Our nixt census will show a popula Â¬ tion of about seventy five millions seys the Ladies Horde Journal To com Â¬ plete this count within the required thirty days about fifty thousand census enumerators will be employed It will be neeesearry for them to count at the rate of two and a half million persons per day or even faster Tuo population f all cities and towns of over eight thousand mint be enumerated within a period of two weeks Â¬ Lord Uramptou was on one occasion preeldlug over a caae In which the plaintiff was giving evldanea against a man who bad stolan a pair of trousers from bis shop Uow much were the trousers queried Hawkins Well replied the plaintiff It de pends who wants to buy them 1 sell them to one man for 30 shillings to an other for 36 but you can have them for 38 and 6 Sir cried Hawkins angrily 1 want you to tell me how much those Â¬ Frlelnic nlnlr ef Trutuem j LEAN PEOPLE CUmnlintts RUBBERS Â¬ ssssssssW jmf with ht alt k havt catarrh any Jfwt gts ZksssssssW where we can not be wholly clean Make system RUBBERS trousers are worth I Hands Wanted Habdinsbuhq Ky Nov 0 Special There are a few haud wanted out at the Asphalt wuiks at Gaifleld Major Morris was down there List week and wanted fitty car loads gotten and at once This asphalt gives employment to quite a number of men Mr Robert Smith of this place has been more for Â¬ fcS4 444 444 4444 4444tl Itfl all over This will be a week of rallying To sell goddayou inuet useprinters ink Conetant advertising In the Nswd paye Llghtfoot Miller was In town Sundry FatherBrey went to Louisville Mon Â¬ day It seems almost to bo taken for granted by the majority of men that money is of R N Hudjon wai in Haweayille Mon more value than anything else Char- Â¬ day acter reputation absolute fidelity to The election was of a rather warm na- Â¬ even tbo finest shndes of distinction be- Â¬ ture tween honor and dishonor the almighty Lumber has wonderfully advanced in dollar seems sometimes to weigh all price these down and Bit throned on a mans was here eternal soul James Dean of Glendeane Rev Charum M Sheldon Monday flap of Cloverport Thomai Prescott went to Oiveusboro Sunday Mr R N Hudaon civil engineer and Miss Eva Young was in Louisville road master of the Henderson Route ha9 had made a new and complete map Wednesday of Ctoverport a copy of which he will N B Netherton of Irvington was present to each of the newly elected here Monday councilman Dan Duncan spent Sunday at Mul draugh station Ollie Tousey home to vote of several weeks duiug the work of a blackIn niss Boyds Honor smith for the company Miss Bessie May Hicks entertalne 1 a few of her friends lust Tuesday evening Dr Bulls Cough Syrup banishes at at her home on McFarland street in once all form of threat diseases and always effects honor of Miss Bslle Bruce Boyd of New a permanent cure This wonderful remedy has York Ihe guests were delightfully en Â¬ cured thousands of sufferers from bronchitis tertained and nico refreshments were hoarseness and other bronchial troubles s rved Owensboro Inq yrer Fine Poultry Yard In a communication from Mrs W G Hardaway of Jul y Station she bbjm I have just purchased two and one half dozen fine full stock big Plymouth Rock htnsfrom Mr Riley Dowel of Irving ton also three of thefinrat big Plymouth Rock cockerels from Mis l Mag Green- Â¬ wood of Irvington Our poultry yard now contains fifty fine stock hens A Former Resident Mrs L A Pilham and Ripley Sts Montgomery Ala tells her experience with oatarrh of the stomach and how she waa eured I will state to yon that I have taken eight bottles of your and two of and rejoice to say Qod bless Dr Uartman and And I earnestly assure you that it price has done me more good than any medi Even the stern nspect of Judge cine have ever taken in my life I I Hawkins could not stop the roar of prescribe it to every one meet who I laughter which broke out on hearing Is suffering aa the best medicine in the reply a roar In which Hawkins the world and have made many con Â¬ after a few minutes Joined himself verts who are now rejoicing In the great good which they have derived Snnke Bat SnnUe A sight was witnessed one day at from the same I can tell you that I Â¬ the Zoo that has been tho talk of tho am almost entirely relieved of indiges tion that great foe which has tortured people ninnnglng the nnlmnls of the garden ever since Keeper Myers who me bo many years and can now eat has charge of the snake cages was anything I desire without It is fruits or about to feed the reptiles when to his something acid To understand the scientific action horror he saw one blacksnake meas it is best to have Dr Hart uring six feet devouring Its mate of which was about the samo length and mans special book for women or hia size of itself The reptile had swal book on chronlo catarrh These books Medi Â¬ lowed Its fellow head llrst and only n are mailed free by tho O All Columbus foot and a half still remained outside cine Company its mouth It was lying quietly and druggista sell about once every 80 seconds a swal lowing inoWon would seize It when as much as two Inches of Its meal would disappear Myers opened the cage abd grabbing tho powerless snake by the tall began tugging away to release it This proved to be no easy task as the cnnulballstlcally Inclined monstor Vfvevavaay had a mi hold on its breakfast AftAdvertisements inserted under this head at the er several minutes of pulling that rate of one cent a word each insertion brought the perspiration out on the LOST TEN DOLLARS keeper tho snako was set at liberty Two five dollar bills wrapped in tissue For a time It seemed paralyzed but LOST either at Payne Jnd Cos store or at gradually regained its strength CinJulius blpplcs The finder wilt please return to Mrs lf Hunker in the llabbigc uilding and Enquirer cinnati reward disease Pe-ru-- replied the plaintiff Well shall we say 32 shillings to you Look here thundered Hawkins If you do not Instantly tell me what those trousers are worth Ill send you to Jail for 14 days for contempt of court Well Weill replied the frightened plaintiff conciliating you may have them for a guinea them Im glvt away still you may have them at that atlo efforts to be free from this disgusting Johnston 103 RUBBERS e HTHE time of year is Man-a-li- n 1 Pe-ru-n- approaching when every precaution toward sickness should be taken RUBBERS are the pre- Â¬ Â¬ ventative We have Â¬ Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-n- a Â¬ them for all Some extra good values See them Inspect them 11 Â¬ Cvvvava WANTS I SULZERS Telephone 5 Bine 2 Â¬ re- Â¬ ceive A M Tate engineer on the L N road wan in town a few days last week He left Saurday with his wife and son for Rosetta where they will make a visit before going to their new home at Liv Â¬ ingston Mr Tates headquarters Louisville camo A Double Wedding fk i V ft Kr 5 j y - iv3 Egyptian Mummy Party Collector to Wed The Presbyterians will give an Egyptian Mummy party at the home of The marriage of Miss Janet Gil mour nOK SALE lllank Deeds and Mortgages and JC All Kormsof Leeal Blanks HUKCKKN Mrs D R Murray Friday night Nov- Â¬ Brodie and Mr Edward Taylor Franks is RIDGE NEWS OKIICE Red Sea The ember 10th All are invited Admiss- Â¬ anno unced to take place at the first Pres At certain seasons of the year the 10 cents TUITION ion byterian church on Tuesday December 10 Red sea Is almost unbearable The Mfss Brodie is the eldest daughter of Mr wator taken from 70 to 80 feet below 1 OR SALE Certificate in Uryant A Stratton Uusiness Colkge Louisville Kv Apply to New Church at Kirk and Mrs Robert Brodie and has just re- Â¬ the surface of the sea at 6 oclock In UKUlKENItlDGh NEWS OFUCE the morning will ofton register a temturned from an extended trip to Scotland Hardinbduro Ky Nov 6 8pecial EUQEWOOD IIEUKSIIIKES perature as high as 00 degrees If In The Methodist folks at Kirk have their Mr Franks is the United States collector addition a sandstorm thinks fit to DREED the kind that win as the recoid ol my new church all completed with the ex- of internal revenue for tho Second dis Â¬ blow tho whole air Is full of a mist herd at Indianapolis and Springfi Id this year thowed will attest ception of the seats Some of the wom trict of Kentucky The announcemen t made of Innumerable particles of fine bleeding andI captured only annuals of myolown the a good percentage is one of great interest to their many hot sand which blind and suffocate at desirable prizes The prize winning boar Head en membeia are trying very hard to light Jr 43099 and old Artlul Duke irth in the same time Favorite Magazine raise the money for tbis purpose so they friends Owensboro Messenger service llgs ol thiir get lor sale My brood sow are of best American and English strains can have services in the new house Come and see mc CALDWELL NORTON Ventilating Dees The church is quite a credit to the Kirk Ladles Reading Club In tropical countries there are what Louisville Kv neighborhood and they should raise The Ladies Reading Club will meet one can only describe as ventilating bees the money to seat it without any delay at the home of Mrs J D Gregory toDuring the hot season two or Mail Orders Solicited We send you loo billheads three bees post themselves on their lor 73c too bus ur calling iard joc 100 state- morrow afternoon ments 75c 100 uennison tags ox too noteneaus J Mr Fred Ferry has returned from a hoads at the entrance of the hive and Wedding at Sklllman zoo envelopes Si too gummed labes fixs visit to friends in Texas fan the Interior with the Incessant mo- 7c We pay all transportation charges t Have 35c lit iiu Walter King of this place and Miss Vim tion of their wings They are relieved units Amu Printer unri lie Couldnt neaofa It John Deane of the Deane Tie Com Myrtle Jeffrey of Sklllman were mar-Â¬ Norwood Mass KATIIE at Intorvals by fresh bees who carry The following anecdote concerning Sunday pany was a visitor here ried at her home Friday at noon Rev the famous lecture on Tho Holy on the process They are kept to their 1IRIG11T SEVERAL AND There are many disappointed fellows Ferrell of Hawesville officiating duty by a sort of patrol of bees This WANTED persons to represent us as Mana Land which it is said ex Governor geisin this and close by counties Salary o a position at the shops but cheer up and abide by the rulings Is a well authenticated fact Oglesby never succeeded In delivering Mr King has a yiar and expenses Straight bnnafide no more no less salary Position permanent F Hart continues to make the and the young couple will make this as he prepared it is related In Franc Ohas Our refer It is mainly office The two eggs laid by a pigeon al- eners any bank in any town lleference B Wllkles pamphlet on the life of the Morganfleld Sun a bright and newsy pa place their home work conducted at home Enclose most Invariably produce male and fe- self addressed stamped envelope The Dominion governor per male Some curious experiments as to Com pan v Dept 3 Chicago He had been invited to deliver this Which one is it that is bringing such which of the eggs produces the male lecture at a country town In Illinois beautiful weather Goebel Brown or and accepted A large crowd gathered and which the female have resulted In showing that the llrst ogg laid is to hear him and he was greeted with i Taylor the female and the second the male loud applause as he stepped forward Mrs 8 S Gore of Owens boro visited to lecture lie was only to speak for her Bister Mrs Joseph Porter here last one hour and said in beginning he Price Will be Advanced Dec2sth week i would preface his lecture with a few remarks on his experience In IjOurope John Morton student at Georgetown Mr John D Babbage At the end of 2d hours be was still baa ooae home to vote the Republican Cloverport Ky talking about Europe and because the ticket As To people seemed so delighted he an Dear Sir D Gregory Jr oar inspector of Mr nounced that he would deliver the lecWe are obliged to advise you that we Louisville is in the oity the ftueet of bis ture the next evening TERMS MADE KNOWN will be compelled to withdraw our presfamily The same people came back ent extraordinary low selling prions on BY APPLYING TO by many more and at the end Miss Amelia Lane of Owensboro is in the new Worner edition of the Encyclo of another two hours he stopped with- pedia Brittanioa oily thegaeqt of Mr and Mrs John the on December 26th THE HIGHLAND NURSERY You may have heard out having said anything about the Neabean Cloverport kv Holy Land except to announce that as 1800 On and after that date the prices about SCOTTS EMULSION This is Mrs Rachel Weatherholt has gone to his subject The third night there was will be considerably inoreased and have a vague notion Duadip to visit her daughter Mrs Cora a monster gathering dnd Governor largely due to the fact that during the Oglesby after finishing up Europe that it is cod liver oil with past thirty days the prices on paper have Reafrow1 started to say a few words about materially advanced and are still on the its bad taste and smell and V 0 MeMeroer and CommissionHop Egypt and the Nile before beginning upward grade We will be obliged to er Brqyn of Hardinsburg were In town all its other repulsive fea- Â¬ his lecture At last he looked at his print and bind a new run in Deoember Sunday tures It is cod liver oil the watch and with a look of astonish will be ment turned to one of his friends on and the ooet of the production MrSfEia Burks of Addisoa was the purest and the best in the much greater than it baa been heretothe platform and said who is per- Â¬ guest of Mm Jbhn Barks here Tuesday world but made so palata Well here It Is 11 oclock and Ill fore and Wednesday fectly at eaae with himself and We therfore ask you to put forth every be hanged If Ive got to the Holy Land ble that almost everybody Miss Blitabeth Bowmer retarned yefOhioago Tribune effort possible to secure orders for the can take Nearly all the rest of the world Saturday night froma yisit to Miss Nellie If his Brittanioa while the present low prloee children like it and atk for Mayor of Loalavllle Bam Homten and Ilia Osrna ewv terms nrevail We trust that and ooat orowdad hie baok his ProfMor niram Corson of CoraaU more Mr and Mm Lee Montgomery and that we have given university who usod to bo a reporter you will appreciate of making a most trouters pulled hie leg hia vest baby Catherine have retaraed to their for the United States senate tells this you every advantage beats at Irylngfcoa excellent proposition to yoir ooatomers story about Sam Houston We re hia neoktie squeezed him porters took turn and turn about each for never before has this the greatest MIm siHJent Murray baa returaed played horaebnok with him or tila Loafst vlik to Vm Duuu sun for aa hour One day I waa sitting latest and meet complete library in the Idly In the reporters gallery waiting world together wita suoli valuable looks like cream t it nour Beattey atHaweaville hia abirt persisted in twisting my turn aad looking on PrasaaUy my extras aa the oak book eaae the guide Mrs tyla Oratory of Braadeabarg ishes the waited body of attantlon was drawn by Bauator nous and Websters Encyclopedic Diction aad li4 dasghtar Dorothy are vWUag him around he wouldnt be so the baby child or adult ton Huge of frame ha waa particu ary all ol which wa give free with Uie Mw L G Gregory larly huge of foot and those extremi Â¬ better than cream or any ay Details and fit go a long Brltannloa been offered to the public at The Isles Aid and Wornau Miaaioa- ties were rendered the mora conspicu other food in existence ft the preaeat unbaard of prices These ous In those days of boota by being ary SoaiatWs mat Monday aftaraoou at way toward putting oonftdenoe bears about the same rela locaaad In laced shoes On this occa three articles aloae which we aire free baMajodiatoliaMb sion there seemed to be an amount of when aold separately ooet more than 86 in a man Thats our long tkm to other emulsion that Mr Viator Bowwer spent Uaaday hera pain la tuoae feat proportionate to aar oent of the price at wbiah we are of cream does to milk If you oehWwarto Hardlaaburg to vote the We look to detaila suit Ulr bum fering the complete set of our aew Hri aUakkt JUpublhoau ticket have had aity experience senator kept one upon his tannic ia cloth blading The Top neteh suite from 8 to MrVand Mm U G Bill woo bare been knee rubbing It with as aagulshad wMh other so called just as Now la your opportunity to favor cus triencU aad nlaUraa at Hen4r axprwaloB and periodically exchangÂ¬ tMVIm ssfAAfl ltriLSuaHsiMa with the 190 at VAil ing for the other foot After awhile he tomers aad to lmprees them aaUag at Ok Mtaraed boats i Importance and naoeawty of wlB find that thk is a fact unlacad his aboaa and draw Utou off O Btfiwt MlintlnjMia a nnsabsr Than Um nursing of his aching toaa OMM U i Its Tks L vbj tf hJUrtanfc Meida a continued for a Una aa bafora But no Ramember that this great work m it aBtJAssUssssff Mall ss aaUJ ceoawoa was eajoyed by alL rattef ctune and at teat to my utter hw otaade with oar many ntWom fppaiMfMa rM Pa sy ap aiPHimBt jh Ka matttrtMittM aJMaaacaaat aad atmanaaunt tea atowlr WaaHaatadate rnalf- - M dU Mr mad Mw BaaaaU Hawktaa Bites Your hiwlMUHl Uta Oofreqttem dlraatad hlmattf of a tout bloa woolen elama It afmaata dtrattiy to Uta mv apant Sunday with bar paraatcMr Jlm sting ju anaw Jack- mm isMMit atNfultti to wwj whak 2 atoskliic fs foes out a Kood deal doesnt be aad Mm Ulriob farter t tba tbJnktag pwUto Mr Keldoni none Yes but we al S knlft with which be waa went to pass men aaaae boaV Yoarn Vary Beaaaetlnlly Bead all oltyie adVartiasoMolii in thU i ways have sMwta next to the central Um time whittling a ptoa mdad de jec nd i M atl druuWMTint Waaaaa Com Anr al and It never disturbs anybody SCOTT iaaoa and Judga at to the proper plaoa to ltbarately to para his coma la tbo ea BOWRCil Mew York Ouloaifo Tribune apparel P K Watufaa Praaidaat ate of the Unltad tataa purchase your winter Â¬ Â¬ The farmers are receiving a good price for their tobacco Success is muritable wheuprinters ink is judiciously used James Hensley a miner of Victoria is ill at that place Rev Wilson of Holt has gone to Mc Danlels to preach Mr John TDitto ol Cincinnati viai in town yesterday Mr Naco Lewis has purchased a lot of lumber at TJbadam Cloverport merchants did a mammoth business Saturday Col Washington D Holt of Holt was in town Wednesday AUnews is good news when seen in our advertising columns The infant child of Mr and Mrs Will McCracken is quite ill Ohas Beldel Jr of Holts visited his brother in this city Sunday Mr Byron Dowell and Miss Ida Shu mate and Mr Wilbur Shuunte and Miss Neva Dowt 11 are to be married in tho Nov Hill Grove church Wednesday 8th at 3 oclock This will be a lovely affair so let overybody come In Louisville ofDce had a pleasant chI1 The Nsws Saturday from Mr Randal engineer on the Henderson Route and his bright little son Dwight from Louisville Dwight is still loyal to Cloverport but when questioned admitted that he has lots of fun in Louisville Lots of Fun 1 cannot Ah Hortense he cried WANTED SEVERAL IIIUUHT AND us as give you up You must reconsider tho gers In this and closeons to representSalary Mana a by counties terrible sentence you have Just Impos- year and expenses Straight buna fide no fux more permanent Our refer ed upon me I refuse to bellevo that no less salary 1osltiontown It is mainly office inces inv bank in any you know your own heart work conducted At home lleference Enclose silf nddressed The proud girl looked at him for a Company Dept stamped envelope Tub Dominion 3 Chkago moment as If she were half sorry and becoming Arm again she said then LAND FOK SALE No Percy Hendershot 1 have deSALE the Samutl Crawforl property in cided It can never be Webster Ureckenridge county Ky containing But you will tell me he pleaded about seventeen acies For particulars address MItS A HOWARD 349 Indiana Ave Indiana- Â¬ what I havo done to deserve this polis Ind treatment will you not SALE 50 acres of land on the waters 01 Yes sho answered since you ask Sugar Tree Run about three lourthsof a mile me to do so I will Nothing from Lodeburg The land is partly cleared with dwelling house and Remembering then that he had nev- NEK Onion Star barn Apply to WM MIL er hold a Job for two consecutive weeks be staggbred out Into the misty LE0AL BLANKS night Chicago TImes IIerald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ills Finish Everything was Hurry Hustle and Bustle Around Vests Monday morning cut- Â¬ ting prices The people for whom they will work have notified them that they will be needed ninety days before the contract time I THIS STOCK Â¬ MUST As GO Â¬ Â¬ frsklLt ICT 1 If 11 yet it is almost complete and you have hundreds and hundreds of dollars worth to select from SHOES CLOTHING HATS EOOTS Â¬ Â¬ MENS and BOYS DUESS GOODS nave You HfraiHl WANTED 10 GOOD MEN Act Agents UNDEEWEAH NOTIONS there was never any thing like it in the way of low prices Special low prices in the line of QUEENS WARE and LAMPS J Â¬ Â¬ mil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f f Â¬ Who Does Not Â¬ Envy That Man Â¬ VESTS immtmmmmmmmmmmi Our Method of Doing Business WHAT ARE YOUR NEEDS In Drugs Books Stationery and Sundries It will please us to meet your wants if our methods of doing business are any assurance to you that you will not be dlsappolnUd in buying of us MOREMEN POPHAM t lKV mUTUN Luting KX it i - EMULSION SCOTTS Â¬ -- Â¬ Ia to buy the beet sell the beet keep the beet and reoom mend the beet It ia this method that has brought to our store a permanent desirable patronage Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ Druggists Htffd 1 mith8 fsTMBBMst MBsssfe C 1 a I I - w p1 rBBj Â¬ - L laend 250 to the BsUKnaufUMi Nsws and get a and the N np fires of oharge for one year 600 Bible HOME MADE tUy Ttowgn kjrla wfih sbmIms tbsy sen lie down on either side and turn and llek thentMlvefl at Meure II II OmLBfl IK AtMMOAK AaMCVUrVNMT The Pull npl Thats the mussel very often given by a well meaning person to a inena wno Is slipping lees Pelnts ef Small Gheeee FERTILIZERS Use Organic or Vegetable Deposits To Enrich Your Soil CARE OF TENDER PLANTS A Combination Milk Shelf For Fruits OTHEK and Storage ITEMS OF INTEREST Muck for Preserving Manure A bed ol muck on the farm is a gold mine Tboee deposit ol black earth found in swamps along brooks and in low spots in the meadow or pasture field are chiefly masses of half decayed vese table matter which should all be gath Â¬ ered and taken to the cultivated fields as It is better food for growing crops however to mingle muck and peaty matter with the materials of the barn yard Their decay has been partially ar- Â¬ rested by an asphalticor pitchy coating and the action of lime ashes or other alkalies or the fermentation of the ma- Â¬ nure heap is required to hasten the de- Â¬ composition and prepare the elements for entering into new organizations Before autumn floods and winter lroets lock up or render inaccessible the black mold it should be dug out and thrown into heaps to drain so that it may be ready to cart to the farmyard at leisure The profits of the farmer depend much upon his skill in managing and inereab ing the manure heap Many are aware of this and millions are now paid every year for the manurial deposits of the A hun Â¬ Ohincba or Peruvian islands dred loads of this black muck thrown out to dry at the latter end of summer and aftorwards mingled with an equal bulk of fresh deposits in the barnyard will produce 200 loads of very rich ma- Â¬ nure fully equal bulk for bulk to the best barnyard deposits Experience has fully tested the truth of this assertion and intelligent theory tells why this i3 bo As the animal excrements are usu- Â¬ ally left in the yard one half or three fourthB iB lost by decay and evaporation into the air but an admixture of muck or peat checks the too rapid decay and retains the escaping gases which consti- Â¬ tute by far the richest procure of all ma nures and further during this fermenta- Â¬ tion the muck itself becomes decom- Â¬ posed and prepared to enter at once into the plant as food Let everyone look about his farm for There Home of these valuable deposits is not one farm in a hundred but will furnish more or less of them Wherever water runs from higher ground and set- Â¬ tles in a low spot it carries down some portion of the vegeUble matter and leaves it there Sometimes these de- Â¬ posits cover dozens of acres and in other cases the black mold occupies but a few feet of surface but if only a load here and a load there can be obtained it 1b wcrth looking after As soon as cold weather suspends the ordinary field work commence hauling your muck heap to the barnyard where it should be piled up under a rude cover if possible and then daily mingled with the drop Â¬ pings from the horse and cattle stalls and from the hog pen and poultry houses Such portions as will not be needed for this purpose should be shoveled over with the addition of a bushel or more of freshly slaked lime to each ordinary cart load In the absence of lime or it more convenient a somewhat larger quantity of unbleached ashes may be substituted for the lime with equally good or better results It no rich black muck or earth can be found on the farm then go to the thick est forest and gather the surface soil and half decayed leaves which have fallen for a dozan years perhaps half a centu- Â¬ ry Everything of organic or vegetable origin is val uable and should be treasured The outlets of drains or water courses upon the roadside or at the lower Bide of fields will afford more or less of these vegetable deposits The ground occu Â¬ pied by old fences may be profitably carted to the yard and used as a ground bed for the absorption of liquid manures Â¬ through as strong dosing as those that grow in the garden Garden plants suf Â¬ fer oftenest from raw fertilizer placed beneath them The novice digs a hole fills it to within a few inches of the top with any fertilizer that happens to be most convenient and plants thereon some unoffending shrub or perennial Usually the mo9t convenient fertilizer is something fresh and rank and the first heavy watering which usually fol lows close upon the planting sends up a hot biting ammonia from below that fairly cooks and devours tho plant roots Even decayed fertilizers so applied should be well mixed with the soil Liquid fertilizers given in excess also work much harm among plants It is better to make them weak and apply them often than to risk scorching the plants roots with too strong a liquid And for greater safety it is an invariable rule among successful gardeners to apply liquid fertilizers immediately after a good watering with pure water L Greenlee in American Agricultural- Â¬ 8mall disss are beet for home eon eumptioa Cheese are to a certain extent porous and the unbroken rind form a shell of protection When this rind is broken by outiing air enters and the shield that the product formerly enjoyed against moderate changes of temprature no lonKtr serves it Mold generates and travels along the seams and cavities if the air be slightly humid or natural moisture is dried out If conditions happen to be the opposite In either event the quality of the cheeee deteriorates espec ially if several weeks elapse from the time of cutting before it is consumed For average sised families 10 lb cheeee are much better to buy or make than 30 or 40 pounders These small shred cheese while manufactured on a limited scale are not produced in sufficient qualities to supply the demand I think that in no way can an inorease of cheeee consump- Â¬ tion be more effectually induced than by the more general manufacture of such light weight full cream stock Dairymen who produce cheese at home for their own use should not attempt to have them weigh lees than five pounds or more than ten apiece This of course applies to t ie Cheddar variety and does not mean to include brick or other styles By so of clirer of foreign introduction doin l y will always have a fresh and Imal article to place upon their tables fir small cheese being consumed with- Â¬ in a few days after cutting has no chance to deteriorate if given ordinary care I have been familiar with cheeee and cheeeeSmakingBincechildhoodandIspeak from firm conviction when I say that no healthier or more nutritious food exists than this when properly made and carefully served Geohok E Nkwkll in Â¬ 5v gr down the road of alcoholism And when the answer comes I cant men is per heps reproached for the cowardice of that phrase sUDtbe BASKETT COAL j But Intern peranoe is only a form of disease and there may come a time in the progress of any disease when it cant be stopped Thats what we mean when we talk of galloping consumption Its like a horse running away with us We cant stop it Strength will atop the wildest hone Strength is the great necessity in the stopping of disease Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has cured thousands who had obstinate cough bronchitis weak lungs spitting of blood emacia- Â¬ tion and similar ailments which if neg Â¬ lected or unskilfully treated lead to con Â¬ sumption It cures by strengthening the lungs and giving them power to throw off disease I had been troubled with bronchitis sad ceUrrM of the head for eight vearai bac severe Couch and at times great diflttoUy la bream T w iiowenon Rm A nortlo of the time my Hancock Co Tenn appetite was poor and part of the time I was I had been treated by nnable to do anythingour best country pHysidans ror several years dm I had been reading about with little benefit your medicine for several years out naani raucn faith In It tart spring I concluded that I would try It and before I had taken one third of a bpttle of Dr Pierces OoMen Medical Discov Â¬ ery and Pleasant Pellets I began to mend I continued taking it until I had taken seven bottles Now I feel like a new man and can do a bard a days work as any man I advise aU of my friends who are diseased to take Doctor - I cant IS A JEWEL That is the verdict of all housekeepers who used BASKETT 9 r COAL as a fuel last winter w Its Good Points Are Numerous Ifs An Economical Coal 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 j j For the reason that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire i it i Pierces Golden Medical Discovery The Peoples Common Sense Free Medical Adviser free Send stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for paper covers or 51 stamps for cloth binding Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y ITS A CLEAN THE BASKETT COAL COAL All good bitu- Â¬ is clean American Agriculturist Tomato Crop Very Largo ist Storing Fruits and Vegetables Most farm cellars are not properly fitted up for the convenient storing of vegetables and apples especially the latter Rata make terrible work with apples if they can get to them A very good arrangement is a hanging shelf or bin which is made as follows Nail strips of boards six inches wide and long enough to come within two and a half feet of the cellar bottom to the joist overhead They should bo placed in pairs about four feet apart and connected at near the bottom with a six inch strip firmly nailed in place Another cross piece similarly nailed should be placed two and a half feet above the first At no point should they be nearer than two feet of the cellar wall Two or three pairs of these hanping shelves are placed across or lengthwise of the cellar upon them boards are laid with sides and ends six or eight inches high Upon these shelves apples are emptied directly from the basket Fruit thus placed is out of reach of rats and is conveniently located for sort- Â¬ ing over at any time when decay begins to be serious a very important matter to attend to as one rotten apple ruins the flavor of its neighbor if it does not induce further decay Besides those partly decayed can be taken out using the sound portion in bo many ways known to the frugal housekeeper If stored in a bin or barrel in the usual manner this weed- Â¬ ing out of the damaged ones is quite im practicable unless they be dumped out upon the cellar bottom If you have room for only a small shelf erect it and fill it with the early winter and the late fall apples When they are gone fill again with late keepers that may have been stored in barrels until this time If the cellar is very drv such vegetables as potatoes carrots beets etc may be piled upon the bottom as they will keep fresh and plump longer than when placed in barrels or boxes This hanging shelf makes an ideal milk shelf during the summer especially where cream is raieed in the common shallow pans Simply remove the sides and ends and nail lathes about eight inches apart to set the pans on This al lows free bottom ventilation and causes more rapid cooling of the milk Or re move the solid bottom and put in a slatted bottom This will prove an ideal milk shelf and in no danger of being troubled by rats and mice Of course the shelves must be braced to make the whole outfit as rigid as possible L D Snook in Amkrican Agriculturist Â¬ The tomato crop in New Jersey this year has been yery large A prominent Madrids Slams cannor estimates tho crop at 850000 Madrid abounds In slums which are bushols With a comparatively short even greater eyesores than those of supply of peas and beans the Jersey Whitochapel There are labyrinths of packing houses are anticipating an un narrow old streets bordered by the usually large call for canned tomatoes be- Â¬ most uninviting hovels and from the tween now and next spring and in tbeir squalor of these abodes spring the efforts to satisfy this expected demand components of the ferocious mobs have bought large quantities of toma which are the bane of the city toes thus keeping the price up fairly The Chinese are very fond of foreign well There arc 32 canning factories in song birds forty years ago when Selem county and 15 in Cumberland canaries wore first Introduced to that county and tho 47 concerns have a capac country a pair cost 12 now they have ity for turning out 15000000 cans of multiplied to such uu extent that a pair tomatoes annually American Agri can be bought for 75 cents Â¬ Â¬ When ink hna been spilled the first thing to do is to remove bb much of the liquid as possible with 41 damp cloth Then dip a clean rag into sonic skimmed milk and sponge the stain Tho cloth and milk must bo clean for each application A little benzine or ammonia will tcmove any grease which the milk may make Spilled Ink minous coal produces clinkers so does the Baskett but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove coal BASKETT COAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants u SPECIAL PRICES 1ft CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO culturist How to Stop ta RH Pittsburgh Coal Company BeSEZeEia a J DECS IfcS a Horse from Breaking Loose Place a common halter without tie- strap then take a small cord about 10 to places 18 feet long divide it in the center place it under the tail and cross it on the F R WILDER M HARDIN back bring the ends on each side of the Brandenburg Ky C28J Fourth St LouiBville Ky neck place the ends through the halter under the mouth and tie to a post or tree Then tie a strap from the tree or post one foot shorter than the rope after making it tight from tho tail Then cut tho strap half off so that it will break easy When she pulls on it sho will bo caught under the tail when the strap IN IRUINPTflN Every Wednesday and Thursday after the bresks which she does not like and 111 inVIHUIUH Fourth Monday in Each Month after repeating a few times she will usu Difficult work Buch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty ally give up the habit American Agr- Â¬ Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed iculturist estimated that there arc 240000 women domestic servants In London and that 10000 of these are nlwnjB out of situations or changing their Is It ma vAAlVAAAAAAuVvvAASlvAAvAv vv HARDIN WILDER V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW N DBITTISTS I am still selling HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Â¬ PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS Millions Given Away gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr It is certainly Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat chest and lunge are surely cured by it Haynee druggists and Call on Short get a trial bottle free Regular sze 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded COUNTINQ DRUGS m MEDICINES KcinDiiq-SBTJKa- AT POPULAR PRICES nzjsnrnxTasrs MAAWW MMiiiHiiiiiiiiiiMsinBessssBCecoosescosSBBsean I make the price my competitors con- Â¬ 1 i JF try to meet them you can be Drugs PEOPLE BY MACHINERY HIGGLE BOOKS A Farm Library M Up-to-d- Pacts About Each Person will be Tab- Â¬ ulated for the Census by Electricity Our first census made in 176 showed the population of the United States to be five million and the count cost Uncle Mam who was comparatively poor then one cent for eaoh person It is estimated that the twelfth census to be made in June 1000 will show that our people number seventy five million and that the item of olerk hire in the Censu Bureau alone will exceed five million dollars Clifford Howard writing of How the next Census Will Be Taken in the November Ladies Home Journal says that although the work of enumer- Â¬ ation will be completed by the first of July it will probably be two or even three months later before the last of the schedules are received at the Census Office for not only must they all be first examined by the supervisor but in many eases they will probably require revision because of some error or infor Â¬ mality The actual counting of the peo Â¬ ple will not be doae until the schedules are turned into the Oensus Offioe The enumerators simply gather the facts and the office foree la Washington does the oouatiuK and the compiling which is done by electricity la one hundred days all the facte relating to seventy five million people will be tabulated vinced of this by buying all your c from me I lead others J aad Corner skeaslre MuA- somely Printed and Beaatlftlly IUiutratsd Concise ueaulled TalKe metkal By JACOB BIGGLE No 1 BIOOLB HORSB BOOK 0- eojuno M f00 STteeUee wttfc vn 74lUuetratloMiaitaadaidwork MecjoCeate No 3 BKWLE BBRRY BOOK All about growing Sntall FruiU read Bad leant hew eoatalM 43 colored life like repredactkHuofaillMdlac varietlee aad 100 other lUuetraUeae Prke 50 Caste No 8 BHWLn POULTRY BOOK All about Poultry the beet Poultry Book hi erfataee 1 LIU everything j withjj colored Hfe llk repredaetteM of all the priadpal breed with loj other inuetratteu try to follow 8e I R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS GROCER JBD Price so Cent Best Buuter Producing Cattle J U ALLSilOUBK IK AmHHICAN AUKI CULTDRIHT Raw Manure Dangerous to Plants Among Inexperienced cultivators it is not improbable that more plants die from the application of raw strong fertilisers than from any other cause Not long ago a neighbor of mine received a box ol fine rose plants and as the season was far advanced decided to start them in pots on his shaded back porch and after Â¬ ward turn them from these pots into gardes beds The little bushes were beginning to grow nieely wheal first saw thorn but their owner feared he had sot 80 be sup made Ue aoll riek enough pletnwUd ltd fertility with a two laou layer of fertiliser frssk from the eow stalls The rosea did sot seem to wind it lie said until there oame a heavy raia In the next few days nearly all of them If the began to die from the roots up fertiliser had beea well deeayed had been given la emaller quantities a were oriakllag of it over the soil or bad been applied two week ktor when the roots of the rosss were well eeUbliebed the plant might have been benefited riant that growia pot cannot live For breeds for butter I would recom Â¬ mend the Jersey Guernsey or Devon Phenomenal cows are found in all breeds Locations may have but little to do with a choice of breeds The Devon is more hardy than the Jersey and the Guernsey requires better keeping than the Jersey My experience covering a period of 30 years gives me a preference for the Jer Â¬ sey not particularly the thoroughbred but the high grade the second or third cross with other breeds that is using any good cow for a dam croaeing with thoroughbred Jersey then crossing the progeny again with thoroughbred Jersey The first cross makes a half blood the second three quarters the third sevea eighths the fourth fifteen sixteenths and a fifteen sixteenths Jersey eow I ones had that for milk and butter was the beet eow I ever knew With the modern warm barns we need not raise the question of hardiness Our sows are not expeeted to be subjected to the eold In winter It is no economy to per tnlt this bat the reverse with the hardi est breeds I tie with ebaius And have wintered cows that did not leave the table from November till Hay I kept one individual cow for years and could see no ill effect I brush them every Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp Roll Cap ana Steel Cap t4WdCQMmr 22 W2WgYIL Rtvrilnr 9 anrl DKWLB COW BOOK All about Cows and the Dairy BueUeas fcavia aTat aale ooatataa 8 colored llf HkcrproductlMoreaeh breed with 133 other Uluetrattoas Price jo Casta No 6 BKMLD SWINE BOOK Just out AU about Hogs Breedteg Feedhur Butch cry Disease etc Coaialaa ever 80 beautiful hau toues and other engravings Price je Ceata Tie BIOOLB BOOKS arc alqeoriciiMltteerul M Merer aawuythlBlikxUKH eoacllcalaotM4M They are having aa aaanaoaa sale Xest West Meets aid ery one who keep a Horse Cow Ker South sway fcr the WOOLBBOOKS The 1 No 4 Write fer Prises aa4 Tarred Felt laWlaarsheathm Pacer Roof Paints Roof Cement Any OlfB FARM JOURNAL Fana aad IfaasehnlT BiasfTJsi the wortd the biggest paper ofltasCc la the iteitedftetc as Aatenca aavug over a muitea aad a halfrcfuler readers tkt BIGGLB BOOKS W fee PAX JOU1KAL M4MU BOOK free JrSKjaUfAX HiffffmpijpttmQ laueslt TTARM Werkiaf Xigat aad Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength lietlesenees into energy brain fee into mental power Theyre wonderful in building op the health Only Mc per box Sold by Short Hay nee rJMSt vaMxtjcym jpxsubaa Tbs great remedy tor nervous proatreeloa sad all dlteasc of the geoaraUve organ cf either mi such M Nervous Prostration Palling or Lost Manhood 1m potency Nta htly Xmlasloas Youthful Errors Mental worn exoeeelve uae I Tobaooo or Dpiosa which lead to Ootksumptioa aid Ioaamir with even HEALTH m easa St AID VITALITY WIIUS- - ATKINSON CHAS P JNMKUia I JOURNAL aad circular aeacribiai Address FAKX lllllllll 11111111 Bond J 260 to the Brbokbkkiihik Naws and got and tho Nbw firs of clurg for one year tf00 BOl I A For sals by Short Haysss Dragg lata Olovsrport Ky If your subscription has expired Pay up Breckenrtdce W1DNX8DAT News 4ArAVVVVVWrVrTVrVvMrrJ UNITED DCCCCCCiCCC Henderson Route UMh lintel Ivll M li ThMOaitafeEfftttjMt JtAtT HOUMO K 44 NOV 8 1M9 BRECENRIDGE PBDAQOQES EFFORT ON THE PART OF THE PEOPLE IS WHAT IT TAKES Ohio Valley Improvcmcnt Association OPMOftOFTHK PRniDKNT fteiHeat Jomk L Vamck Tre far J An D Parke Seeretary K P Wit Vfap PfmUcntj CArr U WEVE GOT EM NO WJ FALL XJR U STOCK OF CLOTHING is on display II HW No ALL NEW DESIGNS wMmUfjiorliul 0hihm MMtWne w Clf ffl for Men Boys and Children SCIail KWsAlVfW ItCfttNtVAll V Of Lt tlte 61h jjfcgisteria Wtfrict MMt IftCave Spriflf Jtwn fttVwt nuiemg p ffeuw QtfAamiM WcteBag W V Out K A ItAWUar CMiiimM O Hew ftSN r Cattw Capt Mamh Wm iNtdRBSTINQ PROQRAM FOLLOWS QAiaavma Mr 01QKm4W 3y HI u 1 John D Babbagt pibytrport We have taken much pains this year in the selection of our stock and have purchased the 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 GENTS FURNISHINGS tie i IMpm StVim t vriiflm MMtluIr w W M tbO TO IN 144 fjawen ferRoekpert Wakraaa LewMpert rati test see M 4M 4 is s t f TfeelHetriot AMoeiation for the 6h Magisterial dlstrlot oonvsned at Cave Hprlast Oot Slat in the M B ohuroh South The house was called to order by Mr Drtekell Freeident of tha Aseo He appointed tbe elation to aet as Secretary after which the following basinets was taken up Some of the teachers being absent the pro Â¬ gram was not followed in regular order until in the afternoon but the Topic Five minutes Talk by eaeh teaoher on his most saoosssfal branoh wae called After some short for by the Chairman but spirited talks the Association was adjourned for dinner The good people of Gave Spring had sufficient dinner on the ground for alt The soon hour seemed to be enjoyed by everyone as they partook of tbe well prepared dinner and greeted eaoh other with many kind words of welcome j nd oheer At 190 the appointed hour for work the Obairman oalled tbein to order Daring the interval a number of teaoh era had made their appearanoe and visi Â¬ tors thronged in until the church was almost full The program was taken up and carried oat in regular order Some interesting talks and papers were presented for tbe We always edification of tbe teachers enjoy visitors and especially when they oome williog to work not ashamed to Vloe-Fresl-- fef1 Kalon IMrie llawetrflto 4U 488 460 607 610 520 636 538 6 is Drar Sir I am greatly illnan CawMkaa I Ted Cky I 48 obliged to you for your letter of Oot 25th whioh came some time ago but hat been unanswered be oauae of my illness By the mail that oarriee this and under separate cover I send you printed mattor regarding tho Ohio Valley Improvement Association from whioh you may gather full information upon the points you write about Should you requre anything further please advise me and I shall gladly furnish it It is a sincere pleasure to know that interest in the object of the Association aro spreading United efforts on tho part of tho people in tho entire valley will ba productive of tho most wonderful results Yours truly OUR STOCK OF SHIRTS range from 50 cents to 125 Clovwport Addlinfl StepheBtport Sample lieu Everyone who has seen themjspeaks of them in thehighestpraise This department is overflowing with good TINFi FR WJ R UllUUlUMUlill inter wIn soon be upon you things and it will be necessary to look around for underwear E are the people who are preparing to meet your demands Inriflgteo GaMon Pierce Lodleerz Webber Ekron Brandeabwa Lee nraneh Rock Karen Willow Dale Howard 11 Warn WetIolet Kentucky Street UJOpai LeohvHIe Unloo Dep Ax U36sm 5 61 557 60S 610 617 e 630 w II 64S 715 731am WEST BOUND No 41 No 43IN0 508 637 540 648 688 600 60S 643 651 4 60pm 45 John L Vanoe tyvvwyvvvvvvvvvvivvv For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Foleys Kid- Â¬ ney Cure Every one who tries it will Are agree to tblp A R Fisher Cloverport E A Witt Hardinsburg VWVWVWWVtVMWVVWMWVW RHEUMATISM Blood Diseases CATARRH w much longer he said JOLLY CAIN IRVINGTO N There are Times When You Cant Lay up a cent w Loulirille Ualoa Dep Kentecky street WeetFoiat Howard Willowdal Rock Haven Lone Breach Bkron Lt 7 37am 760 8 36 8 SB 8 36pm 8 46 918 8M H4V 887 931 a e e Braadeatarg Guhoo Irvington Webater Lodlburj Pierce Sample 858 9 06 914 9 21 0 38 618 638 659 707 712 7 30 7 34 937 948 9 48 9 57 10 01 944 951 957 1002 1008 1014 1034 1031 t y The Farm Journal has nearly two million readers each issue it Is putting get up and tell their experiences in in a new press that will print 200 copies eohool work We foend suoh in the per a minute it is the beet farm paper in son of Mr Roeooe Leslie America and it pleases tbe women folks The following teachers were enrolled all to pieces We have made a epeoial Misses Oova Matthews Lucy Nobler arrangement by whioh we are able to Lleey Noblet Willie Moore V Bena send the Farm Journal for the balance Roberts Mary Mattingly Messrs Cliff of 1800 and all of 1900 1001 1002 and ton Howard T J Glaseoock J 0 Tuck- 1008 nearly five years to all subscribers er Jesse Lampton Visiting teacher of tbe Brbckenkiikjk Nkws who pay a Misses Carrie Hayes and Bessie Roberts year in advance Messrs Sidney Owen Roecoe Ltelie Blzy Harned John Skillman Clias L Bruington T J Moore Joe Matthews ami Heber Roberts After quite a lengthy and very able address from our Snpt on the import aaee of the subject of Reading eenelad lng with advice on the way to keep the grade book and fill out reports tbe meeting adjourned after tbe reading and In The Philippine Islands Gives adoption of the following resolutions Be It Resolved By the teaobers of the His Experiences There Oth Magisterial District in Association Â¬ Â¬ e ANOTHER SOLDIER Cured by B S B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is the deop seated obstinate cases of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat Â¬ ters not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to do B B B al- Â¬ ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out and drives from the bones joints raucous membrane and entire system the specific poison in the blood tbat cauets Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a return of tbe symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 Be Large bot- Â¬ tles 1 six bottles full treatment 16 at drug stores B B B is an honest reme dy that makes real oures of all Blood Diseases after everything else fail We have absolute confidence in Botanic Blood Balm hence so you may test it we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to News readers Personal medical advice tree Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell tit Tbat is all right to die If I should stay I am willinfl here awhile longer maybe I could do you all some good but mother when I am dead lay my Testament on my breast that will show I bad good intentions He rjolced at leaving this world of So many wickedness and temptations and bo beautiful were his words uttered to his parents and friends tbat Is impos- Â¬ sible for me to reproduce them with my feeble pen His words correspond with those of tbe old poet I am glad that I am going What a Mrange and iwet delight Ii through all my bung flowing When 1 know that Hire to night I will post from earth to meet Him Whom I loved through all my years Who will crown me when 1 greet Him And will kbs away my tear Stennentport Addlion Holt Cloverport Shop 1004 1016 10 727 7 36 for CaaaellOD Skilaun Hawetville Petri Falcon Lew I port 30 1032 Tell City I 1042 1048 11 11 Iatei Oweniboro Mattingly Griffith Powers ifor Rockport lad Waitman 1054 04 743 754 804 812 818 8 37 8 42 1036 1046 1049 1069 e 1108 1119 1136 1139 1110 19 833 853 806 916 921 9 36 1130 1140 1151 llMpm 1215am 1230 1232 1239 1255 135 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 Stanley Worthlngton Readi 7 SpotUville Henderson KvaaivlUe SLLcmU 1166 11 Stain 1207pm 1214 12 28 123V 12 45 Batbeta 115 Ar 716pm 9 47 954 1010 10 40pm 932 039 730am fiSAA 1st That we extend our thanks and appreciation to the good people of Cave Spring for their kind welcome and in Â¬ terest in our work 2nd That we sincerely appreciate the bountiful dinner spread for us and that saoh an evidence is surely a great mani Â¬ festation of their interest in our work 3rd Tbat we extend thanks to the members of Cave Spring church for the use of the ohurch for our Association 4th Tbat we tender our thanks to Miss Sytha Noblet for the recital of Paul Re Â¬ veres Ride 5th That we wish to tender thanks to Mr J 0 Tuoker for his kind reoeption aad efforts to increase the enjoyment of the day and also for bis efficient work 6th Tbat we extend thanks to our worthy Sanerlntendent for his earnest efforts in school work and for the bene total talks given during tbe day upon various eeheoi topics 7th Tbat we tender appreciation to all visiting teaobers for their encourag Â¬ IH fa 1 Q McDANIELS DEATHS 0CCURING EVERY DAY v jtv arT Mr Jeff Glaseoock has organized a very interesting literary society at his school The meetings are to be held on Friday nights Miss Mary Mattingly was very much Sept 17th 99 PmurriNE Islands Dear Mother I will write you a letter indisposed last week but we are glad to to let you know where I am I am in hear she is improving Messrs R B Rhodes Willie and Fred the Philippine Islands I left San Fran oisoo the first day of July and reached Cannon were in Louisville last week reManila the first day of August I was plenishing their stocks of goods Mise Cretie Cannon has been very low fearfully sea sick I am in tbe 3rd Infantry Company B with pneumonia for several weeks but is stationed 50 miles from Manila It rains now convalescent Miss Sue Rhodes and brothers enter here most of the time but we have a good place to stay to keep dry tained a large number of their young This is a dangerous place tbe man on friends at their home last Sunday Mr Sli Storms went to Hardinsburg guard was shot at six times last night We were all oalled out at ten oclock on business last Monday interesting remarks ing pryoaee and we did not return the fire for we I wonder if tis so tbat Fred Cannon Tbe Secretary wishes to express his but enemy purchased bis wedding outfit last wtekf Cova Mat Â¬ had not men enough The stratatil appreciation to Miss shoots and then hides in the rite fields Time will soon tell thews for furnishing etch appropriately Mrs Charles Jarber Is having anew This pbvee has been oaptared three ebosea resolutions for the Assooktion by tbe Americans and then reÂ¬ eoat of paint put on her roofing this week times JohwQ TvoRlh The young folks in this vicinity were taken by the Filipinos Secretary Two of our men a corporal and a pri Â¬ sorry they could not attend the dance Ba Cdty Paper la Kentucky vate were killed last week They start last Saturday given at Matt Mattinglys LotriBTiixi Ky Nov 4th 1W ed to Manila without their guns One la honor otthe wedding of Miss Millie Tbe Tmx BaaonwaiDOK Nkwk GeBtleraet was found oat all to pieces and tbe other Sbearan and Mr Everett Lewis gives me great pleasure to renew by has not vet been found When the boys had to stay at home to fight the fire It subscription to your paper and right rainy season is over we will give the whioh broke oot in the cyclone woods below W E Rhodes and the girls were hart I want to congratulate you and to Filipinos a good shaking up say tbat In regard to your paper as one just ootoe off guard duty which too uneasy to leave Uowe I bate Tbe workmen are building quite a ja best if not the best county paper duty I bare every other night I have llthed In iy and I say suttees to been In one fight in which tbe man next comfortable school house down in tbe tbe boys who are behind the Brmkbx to me was shot It waa Sunday and we Rhodes district Mrs Woesley hopes to mmmlHiwi wore oat sooutlng and ran into their get in it ere many weeks Truly trewoboa before we knew they were This place it looking math mora bust- Yours there We fought tbeaV awhile and nets likt since oar throe stores have J B DOMUaM There onantd up Mr Johnaie Hull baa a than turned and want bank 3E were too many of them for us and If we nio little stock of goods in Dr MaMal had net gotten away when we did we lins ofloe in the east tad of town In HowMrs Ptokbtm wosdd have boon oaptared lor they tht tenter BH Storms and Rhodea Bros MJPttr MM QQOMN were getting in behind us and scream Â¬ art handling a full Hue of goods whioh ing and shouting in front of us We thay tell cheap and pay Louisville priost to mss mwduk ye bad one man hilled we dont know how for produce Yon tun get oft your Joke1 they lost for they carry off their on ObtN and bit oat having to fast but Ii l very grateiul to you for your ssmI Ami Interest y have dead aa soon at they fall We aaptajtd 111 toll yon tht tooka bays forgotten how ia t and tndy btltovt your one of their riflta Moet of the men over to make ousUrd nltt alnee etas art loota ad advloe at worth mors every day per dosen Down in tbtweatoi town aiok toairomtbaadltbdo9toMiBttte here art not and atme die tbouth I Jarber and Cannon are tatabliahtd in W I have btaaaieka day wmU Tor yoara I hafl female twmMtt vary T Gannons altgant ntw atom boose did aothlnf for them Of oonrso am In tho rain all the ttmt I am Anally broke tbio but think I will poll thronab all katntag tt wall filled with niot now aoodt I haoasao ao better and My troablM own entirely right It la so hot here especially ar mi kAuwa ami aocommodauha tnflugunaiioii eji efeEepw and night tbat I can hardly ttwd It Tall elerka troa the Mdaaja the Uterrett T Paroont tht oldest ton of Eogtat not to think af going book Into aeatloei and galling of ana Ubt way and totlff borne at long at Mr Jot T Parsons and wile triumphant liiflammaHna nf iiraiili 1890 Iimdarwontlpoait laAeltoaary be taa I dont aJaH hamate I Old ly paeeed to bit reward Nov let tbit attar a nainfnl Ulaam It stoma star a beck to naarly day tar soma tfanat fhen nscky there la no out could ran m brlcbt boy had only been given to hit two montha tho djejotpsifavAo penal parents and relations at a precious loan aVmtogobaaktfaaf ifaatbatk Â¬ waa tom bat la lose than mosquitoes are dreadful hero I from heaven Jar tho abott pasted of four Tht pttatd to give up and go to bad On oannottkep tt night for tbtm Tell teen years to ebaer tatir borne and torn WaakBMr down tho aaoaad Maaa I do Â¬ Kogena to stay right there for he dotant tort their heart with hie ionootot child elamdtotetdoetorsandthear tblnlag light reflect know what hard times we have You ate hood and to be a alaaamd try jour remedies there Wt dont wear bine b bit good example across tht path of all rtoh we nave yellow ones Banana hit boyhooa Manas Ht wan always clothes nf rfTTiaa II known what kind thtr art How aro ready tad willing to assist hit partntt with every kind af labor bit frail and je ajajaj yoaibfal streafth otah aotompUtb tnd awamaodaMdtehM y atrarwa known to nfattwlth Utna If I ever tat to Manila t wiu tuna Taa frst remark that picture taken I will close or this imt ttonot their eommanda Tht love of aow to Hpw aweb better yon tookl and God attmtd to be alwtys first In bit often be anre I never nesttato to tell Write toon and heart aver trotting In Hit goodness From Your Hon Cawy of aiy Ultt Mas M J Wiea he waa told that ht could not live O C SooLTiMuaouaa AOKLBT U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was remarkable tbat one of his age waa so thoughtful and kept his pres- Â¬ ence of mind to such an extent when be waa standing on tho shore of that dark river be was soon to cross where so many of the brave and of more mature years pause and trsmble He fondly bade farewell to bis weeping and heart- Â¬ broken pardnts to each of his relations and friends who were present and also made every necessary airangeinent for bis funeral God grants us blessings in disguise bis calling this precious child from the arms of bis devoted parents just as it seems they bad learned to love bim best maybe another token of His diyine love for how sweet it is to be able to leave this world before our brovts and hearts have been sullied by tbe foul stains of sin bow sweetitia to offer back a pure life to God Dear parents wbat a privilege to you to have his boyish Angers wreathing the crowns God wishes you to wear in heaven His remains wore placed bV his uncle Mr Moore Parsons as he requested not yery far from home It WE Brown Irvington Kentucky IF YOU WANT TO Noi 45 and 46 have rullman Buflet Sleeping Can and elegant high back eat Paaseager Coaches through between Louisville Kvanivillf and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back teat Pats eager Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville Kvansyflle aad St Louis without change Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cart and elegant Coaches between LouiivBle and Bvantville with- Â¬ out change EDGAR HILL TraSc Manager Loaisvaie Ky BUY L H St L h FGiisvlfle Branch Nt 10 18 1809 TIME TABLE NEW CLEAN IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE West Uound Trains No 31 East Bound Train No2t Ar 9 8 8 8 8 AM No6t PM 6 45 7 08 7 19 7 28 7 38 7 35 7 45 7 62 8 04 8 09 8 35 8 45 8 50 8 55 9 00 9 08 9 15 STATIONS Lv tNo AM GOODS at the right place and right prices go to Sig Loeb the reliable mei 10 50 11 1J 11 24 11 38 11 38 Irvington Garfield 00 20 15 10 01 1140 11 Hardlnburir Junction Lldsdeaat DempMer Dempster Junction Harned Kirk 8 35 8 34 5 6 6 5 5 4 fll 45 50 09 14 30 50 65 00 1157 12 12 12 12 12 1 Jjlly 30 09 06 00 66 4 46 Falls of Rough Kockvale Ruth Asklns Oaks Fordsvule 7 42 7 SO 6 6 6 6 6 6 754 715 439 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 Trains 41 44 43 and 44 connect ot Irviagton whk My wife has been using Chamberlains Trains Not 3 and f for points on Fordsviue branch Trains 2 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a aad Pais Balm with good results for a Jam 4 connect at Irvington with Mak Liae trains 414 continually shouldsr that has pained her 43 aad 44 for sine years We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without re- Â¬ 18 lbs Granulated sugar 100 Good Jeans pants lined all ceiving any benefit from any of them 10c through with heavy cotton All Roasted coffees package Ope day we saw an advertisement of that 8 1 3 Good Green Coffee pound 45o per pair medicine and thought of trying it whieb 4o we did with the greatest satisfaction 5c Hoosier cotton yard Great Western cotton yard Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught She has used only one bottle and her well Adolph L sbouldsr is almost A full line of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Millett Manchester N H For sale by Groceries Hardware Tinware and Chinaware at the very lowest prices Full courses 25 cash or you oan pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH AR Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Chastberlaias Pain Balm Cures 0th trs Whr Kot Ytal 1 13 1 30 106 rn ru Ar Lv au 57 58 48 44 36 30 37 16 00 42 38- - 38 38 31 3 16 ru chant at Guston Ky Dally LOOK AT THESE PRICES Bookkeeping BIT IMIAIIj mat Wtbtneport Mens and Boys clothing at lower prices than you can buy them else where Must Settle Down people throughout the counties The up 75 A will naturally become dieeontented for ATS up A awhile after so much political speaklug up Now settle down and get to bus 50 A aija intss properly A young gentleman of If this town remarked the other day thisMlUioal oratory and worry of elec Ladies hats at any prioe and at your own prioa at that All shapes tion should last any great time I am styles and etc It will pay you to oome and give me a call to be wised sort cents and full line ladies skirts full line ladies Jackets 250 and cents and full line ladies Capes Books and blanks man The principal oi this schoo Is the author of the leading system or bookkeeping which is used in thousand of public and private schools Incladlng the public schools ol New York The uadino system of and other large cities Shorthand Is taught Students front every btate You caa gradual in your spark timi be it ever to SriciAL little traeUrM aMfstea to pMM TO THOSB WHO SEND POK CAEAUXUBS AT ONCE SCHWARTZ SW1TOOL West JeHeraoa St LoaUvllfe Ky ija my Sr Bulls OtBgh lyrap eurtt any Wag atMttea a ad grippe Phytctoai priiarftn IhU wdrfal raaaidy ami r bill to dmggtou Mnatniiad it Btam It car and oMa to 5 smU a UoMl com of broinhWta JSIGJ G--CTST0- 1T LOEB ZKTST LYONS TRADE MARK 3 nd Efr Â¬ for tJek - ftateiattifttiJkjtta Vrr OU AMw All little vllUft churchyard at Rtirnhiii in Warwtcktblrt la a THT tombttont upon wblcb it lutcribed tbe found rtlj Uidwri MkW Mil ago of a dear old maiden lady wbo de Ultl la IQU ivaa iuabs or SkKlTMT parted this life In the year 1701 Her hvMii miSAMUIS Offer mifmm Our tpeolalBUtlM Prioe 1550 a TZiWn esli age at testified by tbe engravers art III kraM VBa roar owa WtjtttW was 708 Horn before tbe Conquest SIR SVAWSJWvWK- - ittUAt4 qubm tvui gttl M InVntn ftlOM and 4714 under Queen Anne Again I H at Onavt Priory Worcestershire the age of a rude forefather la similarly m A ta m MMMI Tr tFWSRE OF IMI I A I Uni tnseribed at 8011 Not to barrow tb read w T Calw ar wt may say that these portentous VSHZ i3w5I whu m Oguret ajre strictly tbe product of the JllgtnnnnnnTKm engravers arc Tbe monumental uir mt m 4JLBJMM AfSILSV too of tbote days waa nothing if not wftcnestW Ignorant and nit Iota of writing 78 or 80 was to write TO or to first and 8 or latog f M J titcit to b utd u ft tMtor tkUtj ttMtl nattrlsatr tOa tttMr nUtn ka 9 afterward meaning TO plus M or 80 4 kaaa Pplus 8 etc at tbe case might be rriJSTXJSL tSfrl ttt HaM rMiliCTfiinm lTJWifr i tnnnRTi Itragti If you art unable to rest at night one will dost of Dr Bells give you natural and refreshing sleep It font a oongb and cures t cold qnttktr tat any ttfctr known ittatdy It hauls it oottTYoo AoTHiha tbt throat ehtas and lungs turttla n i snatntt tatatti i aritMMitttnaatly dots not ttapety aianu srrria ta Mtrett SEARS ROEBUCK fc CO Inc Chi III kbarmltss Children love it and old Whlu yuu wiiio ttkMUuit Una like it Drngglttt sell K people la Net Se a- - SEND NO MONEY llll tt SMfcndiSirc naBTOKBSrBTir-Id ia Basfi LAXATIVE MATURES CURE FOR ll UcB - M SYRUP dL CONSTIPATION A DCUGHTrUL LIQUID aa fftdM Miuium ilgtsnnnnnnnnt P Pine-Tar-Ho- tef -- - a -- S LrUATlVt prttclslleaut oi m ji aatte trpBi elktowa Wyy tWUHH us frtus far Ike car of Vabft- xj OosMtltallun TerpM Liter Sick H MM tM all eWrugM eoeftucna UxjUIt mm- - lR VflMH fc jsi trPasyBBUftsriffc jlgBgTI rgrWfflJJngiOTil L BtrttBttni -- t-- t nTttM ii ego SHORT HJYNB8 OLOYIEPOKT KY mikbhiiijis SL AUG HTER SALE J This means that there will be some gay old times in the Clothing and Shoe business of Hardinsburg for the next 45 days for we have to move to Owensboro to our new headquarters within the above mentioned time The stock must be sold before moving Y - DRY GOODS Light and Fancy Calico 4c per yard Indigo Blue Silver Gray and SimpsonsBlack worth A good heavy Brogan 98 cents A better grade Extra Heavy seamless back top sole worth from MENS SHOES 1 20 BLANKE TSI 150 to 176 our prico 125 to 145 5 l 2o Mens Fine Shoes 125 A bettor grade worth from our price 4 l 2c 165 to 176 our price 135 Fancy Duck 9 l 2o per yard Extra Fine Sunday Shoes coin or square too worth 250 Two hundred pair of blankets of good quality will be closed Gingham all colors and best grade 5 conta per yard out at 48o a pair A bettor grade worth 135 our to 225 Percals black light and pink worth from 10 to 12 l 2c to 300 will go now at 200 price 90o our prico 7 and 7 1 2 cents Extra Heavy Blankets White Gray or Brown worth from Ladles Corsets 25c to 49c 150 to 200 will be closed out at 130 A nice lot of Outing Cloth from 5c to 9c per yard actual MENS AND BOYS Tho largest stock that has over beon Comforts all sizes and grados will be Bold at the lowest value 10c and 12 l 2c brought to this town will sell them from 125 on up prices Cotton Flannel worth from 6c to 15c per yard our prico Mens Hats 45c A better grade 76c Extra fine Sun- Â¬ day Hate worth from 125 to 225 our price now 6c to 12c 100 to 160 A big lot of nice flannels Blue Red Gray and Whito worth from 30c to 40c our price 20c to 3Uc per yard Mens and Boys Caps from 20 cents up Double width Worsted Plad and Brocade all colors worth Sugar 17 lbe for 100 from 15o to 25c per yard our prico 12 l 2c and 15c GOODS Coffee Leverings or XXXX 10c a package Double width 36 in Black Cashmero worth 35 cents per Good Green Coffee worth 12 l 2c a pound our prico 10c or yard our prico 25c Sunday Shirts 40c A better grade of percal worth from 11 pounds for 100 Extra fine all wool Black and Blue black Henrietta 36 in 60c to 70o our price 50c Good Smoked Bacon 7 l 2o lb wide worth 60c to 70c per yard our price 50c A big lob of colored stiff bosom Shirts actual valuo 76c Mustard Sardines 8c per box Hoosier cotton 4 l 2c per yard our price 5tc Bon Bon Baking Powder 4c a can Bloech cotton from 5c up White Laundried Shirts worth from 50c to 75c and 100 Old Honesty Concentrated Lyo 5c a can A big lot of Shirting worth from 5c to 10c our price 4c to our price now 40c 50o and 75c Elastic Starch 5c a box 7 l 2c per yard A big lot of Mens Socks Gray Black or Tan will be Extracts Lemon and Vanilla 5c a bottle Jeans all colors worth from 15c to 35c our price 10c to 30c closed otit at 5c per pair actual value 10c A better A big box of Matches for 5c per yard grade 10c A good Molasses Stand for 10c Extra Fine Lisle Thread black blue or mixed colors will Gold Dust Washing Powder 4c Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard a box be closed out at 15c actual valuo 25c Westerly Thread full two hundred yards in tho spoolB 5 Catnip 5c a bottle All wool socks 20c per pair for 10c Good Rico 8c lb Mens Linen Collars standing or lay dawn 10c each Other Groceries in proportion Ladies Underskirts 25 c each Cuffs 20c All wool Underskirts actual value 100 our price 65c A big lot of Undershirts worth 30is will close them out at Mens Suspenders 10c on up 20c A belter grade worth from 30c to 40c will be Vailinga Brown and Black all silk 25c per yard closed out at 25c and 35c Nice Black Hose 5c a nair A batter o rArln Kin a YimV A big lot of Fascinators all colors worth from 40c to 75c Extra fine grades of fleeced lined Shirts and Drawers worth Fleece lined Hose 16c and 20c our price 25c on up actual value 25c and 35c from 100 to 150 per suit our price now 75c up to All wool Gray Hose 25o A better grade of blaok cashmere 100 worth from 35c to 50c our price 30o to 36c a pair Mens Every day Top Shirts 20c to 25c Price extra Ladies Vests 15c A better grade tape around neck 20o heavy 35c actual valuo 50c each Ladies Dongola Tip polish worth 125 our price 95c Fleeced lined Jersey Shirts worth from 60c to 60c our Good heavy fleeced Vests lined with silk tape around the price 45c A better grade worth 165 our price 125 neck and down the front worth 35c our price 25c 250 and 300 shoe will be closed out at 200 and 250 Twenty five dozen Sweaters all colors will bo closed out at Extra fine grade worth from 60o to 60c our prico 40c eao h bargain prices Childrens Shoes from 25c up BLANKETS BLANKETS Mens Fall and Winter Suite sizes from 86 to 42 Black Gray and Brown worth from 700 to 800 our price 600 Black Clay Worsted Suits 500 actual value 7s0 Better grade of Clay Worsted 850 actual value 1200 A big lot of Cashmere Suite custom made all sizes and colors guaranteed perfect fit and wear worth from 1000 to 1500 our price 875 to 1000 Overcoats All sizes Black or Brown will sell them at lowest prices Mcintosh Overcoats 150 Youths Suits Clay Worsted or Black Cheviots con taining three pieces coat vest and pants all of this for 300 actual value 500 A better grade of Blaok CLOTHING A GROCERIES or Navy Blue worth 6 to 7 and 8 our price 5 te GENTS FURisrisHiisra 650 Childrens Knee Pants Mens Duck Coats 95c oh up Childrens Suits AH Sizes out at bargain pricoa and colors will be closed 15o up iVJ - Red Table Cloth 52 in wide worth 25c per yard our price 17c Better grados 56 in wide worth from 30o to 40c our price 25o per yard Bleeched and Unbleeched Linen 66 in wide worth 40c our prico 25c to 28c per yd Toweling 4 l 2c per yard Good Unbleached Linen 7 l 2c A better grade full Bleeched Linen worth 16o our prico 10c per yard LINENS LADIES HOSIERY Good Jeans All wool Lined Pants worth 125 our price 95c A better grade worth 150 ouf price 125 PANTS im Extra Heavy Pants 175 our prioa 140 3 -- Good Nice Sunday Pants 1 00 A better grade 125 All wool Cashmeres or Clay Worsted Pants are worth to 400 our price 2 to 2 75 4 m WPP H BAKER BROS HCIRIDIlsrSIBTTIRa- a ii A JST5T - mmmmMmmmmm HARDINSBURG 8 A Witt htm returned from a visit Â¬ to Ownsboro from any personal abuse Frank Mercer came down from LouisThe first snow of the season fell here ville last Setarday last Friday It caught a uood many peoThe Eclipse Grocery will pay cash for ple out of coal The coal men have not a few sweet potatoes been able to supply the demand here Rev J W Bigham and family have this fall located at Marion Ky liev J It Moore pastor of the BapWill pay cash for a few barrels of good tist church in this plaoe has announoed sorghum V G Babbage a protracted meeting to begin next MonHand us your subscription Dont get day He will be assisted by the Itev A F Gordon ol Louisville behind with your county paper The Honor Roll for the pupils in Miss Miss Nellie Miller of Sample was tbe Irene Boards room at the public school guest of Miss Mary Smith last Sunday will appear in this paper next week Before we get another Irene the Qoe Mies Board Is taking a ireat interest in belite business will have been settled her school work Richard May is still stole but bis It is reported here that some parties friends hope to see him out again Boon are talking of starting a saloon at Kirk Minor Compton who lives near Gar This is Burely a mistake No one could field has twelve head of young oaltle for afford to open a saloon there The local Â¬ learn of bis death Although this campaign has been a hot one the Hardinsburg politicians have taken tbe thing easy and abstained SAND CAVE FLAT the Nkws Dick Hardin was the guest of Mr and Mi B Lay last Sunday Several from this oommunty attended the speaking at Stephensport last Satur Â¬ Bucceee to UNDERTAKING AND BURIAL Â¬ TRIMMINGS mmmmmmmmmmmK Best Values and 3 jgm day Mies Nannie Lay visited her brother Ben Lay and sister Mrs Ellen Roberts last week Mr Ed Hay nee has moved to this com- Â¬ munity to assist Mr D G Oarwile in making staves on Poplar Flat John Caehman of Union Star spent a few days last wsek with his son Graf ton and attended tbe speaking at Steph- Â¬ ensport Saturday Mr and Mrs P D Hawkins of Union Star and Mrs L B Helm and Mrs E II Miller of S ephensport were tbe guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Clay 00 nib last Sunday President A O Burton of the Bran- Â¬ denburg Normal school delivered a lec-Â¬ ture on The Preparation of tbe World for the Coming of Ohriet at the Frank Â¬ lin street Baptist ohureh in Louisville last Friday night The ieoture was giv Â¬ en under the auspioes of the B Y P U The sabjeet is one of great interest and bo doubt tbe lecture was a grand affair Tbe Free Public school is an American laoUtafetoa of which wt as a people are justly proud We look upon it as the best system of education known to elvtli action ami the very palladium of civil and religious liberty Free and popular education as organised in our public school system fa one of tbe foundation stones of our great republic m as soon as practicable this system oldnsatisn should be established in all of owr new possessions 595c Our especial attention will be given to all orders of this character the cheapest I bargains st- Toller GARFIELD cSc LvcO lotlilsun iscrsr We feel that any word of consolation we might offer to the bereaved ones would be a vain attempt to fill the aching void la their hearts We dont know now oat we will know after awhile why these things are Fond parents we know your hearts are torn and your bom is lonely and sad but God bath don this and we know be doeth all things well Then weep no more hot rather rejoice that roil will again meet him on tbe other shore where parting is no more - sv Â¬ sale Misa Mary Lasleur thinks she will leave for her home in Missouri next Fri Â¬ day Wm Hensley was in Louisville a few days last week inspecting the tobacco market Mrs Minor Payne of Bewleyvllle was here last week visiting her daughUr Mm Sam Pate Rev Mr Petty and and wifi were present last Friday at the Womans Missionary meeting The first quarterly meeting of the JC E Church South will be held here tbe fourth Saturday in this month Obarlsa Radenhelmer of Ollfton Mills bad a sale of bis penoMl elects last Saturday- - lie Is gels te move to Ohio acdin and Mrs Roberts who have beeet rtsMng Mrs J A WW returned to their bjmuaJHott met Sat MiM option folks would give him trouble and besides it would be a great curse to the neighborhood There was a good attendanee at tbe teachers meeting at Haraed last Satur Â¬ day The meeting was held in the Bap Â¬ tist ohurch and everybody was made comfortable An organ had been secur Â¬ ed and there wss good singing by the loeal ebolr The people had prepared dinner and spread it in the ehureh for the visitors Superintendent Driskell pronounced the meeting a snseess Sam Pate Dr Walker Misses Irene Board Katie Xekridg and several others were present from this piece Br MBM4jr Wo have tho value and the ohapet fyupdaa in SHOK of any house in town Thay ar fcr sale and must go Wo only aak a afe gy 10 per cent to introduce our good and show you wh we oan do The eld time marohantwh if afcl holdinf hi good for a profit of 30 asfl 0 per ootrt ii a hftak tt waallprt9 hr Itlli 0gh Syria fcsVauej for H Jennie ivnif Of ktekate uriem ii the best It U gtt klWw a cwnfc ar cU lonaM It mj WtMKhlal ihtwH Kttif Cattgfc tyrea m4 Imc UmiU Tafca tt urday J Yea oajbt sot to Hjudeot patting esfHeWJy when ye hear tb cnoaaiitMatteeaat 9 Sella op town boose -- tr Good Pansier Seen H the ejlejer InJuKf iigi e JfJfa mrngs mVnrnsnjmj dVnsbarc rsmsisibor Get femes Faff beet farmers k faodlng 175 bead of leixn juite well aodlhey vet sorry to tie and 1S5 head of bogs adrwr mesne apjshh Mrs Jesse R Bates at Snechefa Ky fa riairiner her brother Thorns Robert tea at Glaadeaac This la her first yfa H heme in six yeast Tbe nrst time von thing wrong with yonr eyes fa the rhtht time to use Siilifliliiiii Jtye stair for 1 SammatioBu granwrKiil lie or sore ayes Oted drnggiete sell it ItkassufiMfe tj T fe L efll wWnj NlvMNs HTLm peers lfce M9 nsscanjsnnmBnnj g JPV JsTsmj e Web at Jolly nrahweUd mmshu mlsta M Wtoe of Princeton Ky Baptist fa holding a by Rev T Success to yon Henry Mrs Melvena Gregory returned to her borne last wsek after staying quite a while with her son Tom Gregory and family Work has again opened In the asphalt mines This time the order is erdxty oads This will furnish work for a num Yea UUla Howard will know hfa lored of hand and teams and will be a great When titer reach the other shore benett to the community Ye be will know when yon aw eourjW Yes be will meet yob at tho door Bra Felix Roberds eingine metier W trying to make up a slneng school la tbe Lost Run neigbboJbood We bop he will be aussmraj as there hi no4 lng Mr Benedict MotHngty fa iWwely 01 better the good sineing a4vhbosofbfasejiJaelc llftffRffy Tbe Am1 ot death bos sepia visited Mr MatMiy fa more thrm sfaor our com inanity and take from onr midst old and bh Moods fawr t bs will om of Its brightest jewels Li Mis How merer bis hearth ard Gt gory tbe serealssa mentbs eld Clovoroert Boy tarried son of Tow and Mmle Gregory alter mi Ilia of some dttHtlon died October 17 James Wilt son of Mr William Witt Iverybody themtaw little Howard loved of this place and Miss Asbcraft wore blm ami God byeed him too and be saw married fast week at the brides noses ac h that ho was too tender a little bud to be Asbcraft Ky owed to and fro in this cold unfriendly Mr and Mrs Witt ar now vlsitlrg B world and no ho took bla to Himself Mr Witts parents at this place Hurrah fe the Nkws Go to A A Richardsons for bargains Henry Black left for Texas the lad number it dooaat matter how mwi capital ha ha the ooniumer cannot afford to pay aooh ptjeo It ia hi bua inew to hunt out the bargain Wo hay fk Gir xm on Men pDt and Boys aqiti md mm trial tip what w oan do for you ia that Una a m er tie The U4 fc Ipse Uptown House p w 3 m vnemmvMiV yN rr TTJ Tr1 rimKvi vrr m www in w w w w w w rc Bend 260 to the BuonNRinaa Nirw aad get a and tho Ninra froo of ahargo for on a - QHrNKoar fSrji ynr tj00 Bible 1 SJIrjMjnifjeMSJMSJSJgejnSjSJIBn wwiMrltoaMllleilli1 WHeiwrmltfiii4immm6vmv t r rr irrtnrjtelltNri III