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BBTMUUM Mmii n nrnkmut ill i1 mt r t yf vn THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PpLINT 99 y VOL XXIV CLOVEKPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IRVINGTON DUKES5 The weather Is ideal Mies Krall made a flying trip to Louisville Saturday returning Sifnday eve Mrs R A Wrather and little Bees made a trip to Louisville Friday returning Sunday They combined bueineee frith pleasure 15 1899 NO 18 SIX - HOURS f Â¬ FOX CHASE Â¬ Hottest Chase Ever Known in Meade County TIF AND TIGE CARRY OFF THE HONORS SweQt Melodious Music Thrills The Mid- IF INb Night Air Saturday night last Messrs Qua Zach Prymire Honry Adkieson Jim BickerstalT Will LeGrand Allen John T Ditto and some other frionds made appointment for a rousing good fox hunt and thoy euro had it Bicberstaff LoGrand and Ditto had eight dogs Thoy met Gus Allen at the top of tho hill on the road from Buck Grovo to Coleman Branch Nov lifA Special t w i r v v started a grey fox that was of short duration Aftor thoy holed this ono and got tho dogs in thoy had not gone more than one fourth mile before they started another and soon put him in the ground At the end of this Adkieson We and Frymire come to us with five moro dogs giving us thirteen did not stop to question tho unlucky number as some might have want- Â¬ ed to turn back or kill ono of the dogs A consultation was held as to wherd we1 should go to get a good red fox chase Thoy soon decided that on Judge Woolfolks place tho head of Doe Run Creek He had a fox that was a special pet having been fed on nice young lambs pigs chickens and plenty of sulphur water to keep him inelegant health to make him favorable for an all night runner Wo soon landed at our objective point Shortly after then the dogs struck a trail that wan very cold and tho dogs worked faithfully for fully three quarters of an hour Finally Will LoGrands old Dixie who is a wonderful starter had hustled out and struck him fully one half milo away giving a pretty good mouth Wo hustled tho other dogs toward tho direction she seemed to be coming and it was not long until they be- Â¬ gan to fall in and they soon got him to going It was soon settled that it was an old red fox but whether it was the special pet of tho Judges was a quostion The little wind that was up and tho clouds that hid tho moon by this time had disappeared and a lovelier condition for a While this fox proved to bo a red ho was only chase was never seen of about ono hour runner We soon got tho dogs together again after this chase and started in search of the famous runner Wo had not gono any great distance until Zach Frymires old Lige that has a wonder- Â¬ The start was ful reputation as a starter and runner give mouth pretty brisk and it was thought for som timo from tho way he was acting that it was another groy but it proved diflerontly as thoy progressed farther We started this lad at IO 5O p m and he gavo us an exciting run until 515 a m making about six hours and five minutes of tho hqttest fight that has been known by some crack dogs for many a day There was but two dogs that went the whole chase without ever coming What they in to us and they were Adkisaons Tip and young Tige did to the others was a plenty The notorious Queen of Ben With- Â¬ ers and Venus of LeGrand had Adktssons dogs hushed up for awhilo but they never come to us but kept pulling until thoy got in again and then they had their own way about it pretty inuohly all the way through There were dogs in the ruu that was never known to get thrown out ohases or pull out before that failed to go all the way on this one six of hour run The boys are going to petition Judge Woolfolk to continue He is a very hard fox on the dogs to run to give good oare to this fox of using thiokeba and briar patohes as a grey on aooount of practices There was a fine lot of ambitious dogs in the ohase and it took dogs of wonderful grit to stay there and as I have said Mr Adkisson had the only two dogs that proved to run the whole race through without getting into us Gus Allens old Silby that was never known before to come in as long as the fox was on top of the ground got thrown out There was not a minute of the ohase that was not enjoyable as they Many times did they play soaroely got out of our hearing any time down the middle of the county toads giving musio to a lover of the sport that one could never oloee an eye ao long as it was going There was an elegant fire about center of the rounds and there were many jokes aad fox stories told and wonderful doge discussed Gus Allen says bfoc out for a black baok whites of eyes yellow yellow They are sure marks by old fox hunters of a legs and jellew toe sails good dog They ar marks of Henry Adkissons pair You must be sum 0 some good dogs wlinn you get after those kind We broke oamp JTD at 8 a m dogd Childs mill In a few minutes after meeting one of tho At ttRnj ft leing te a deed TewM Thursday nisjit there will be a psraooe rally at the Kites Bun church Mr H V Harris from Bra Rntluwe p will be the speakers of the ajid a good crowd Is expected ad i B A Parka o Clifton Milk bet sold his farm to John 8 Wright aad will leaf with bkt family this week for Mer gaanohJ where he will engage la the The real estate and lnsoraaoe bodae Haws withes bin success in hi ventnK WNf of has aarenes bought a Alice Jsjtoeviorffftt and tlu7jirboe treat in the farm owucl Jointly by Rlg don and Jerboa for 300 Mr Kigdon expect to iarprove tit plaor build a alenheusr and make it his summer f ic miiitti mmij fiilpir at PaieavUk ns w i- UiotlerrtHtnm XeaK - Href Rfarrnnged Institute wiwejev we see ewmwtfanf to tsjr that 0 M Hobbs one Ol their stele speakers hs been compelled tooaneel his engagement with them so the pro Â¬ gram has been rearranged to some extent Ina wnleaifaMi from J JnMMetV jeaeaih Jen 1 en J Wheel-- Robinson and Beulah Roberts went to Cloverport Thursday shopping We hear that Cloverport is going to try for Local Option We hope the women of that place may be rewarded for their laboia by seeing their town cleared of that terror of terrors King Al- Â¬ cohol I II Burnett sold Dave Rowland a nice young mare for 60 this week A good deal of the tobacco has been Bold in this neighborhood Prices have been reasonably good Never in the history of the United States has there been a candidate so per fecuted as William Goebel has been Persecutions bring a great weight of glory however The nuptials of Mr Leo Miller and sympathy Miss Annie McGiock were solemnized Cain A new line of zephyrs at Jolly Sunday at the home of the brides parents Bro Lewis btgan n protracted meeticg Rev H C Cook olllciatiug The bride is tne refined and cultured daughter of in the Baptist church Sunday morning Rev McFarlaud of Louisville arrived Thomas McGavock The groom is an Monday and will remain some time as Â¬ i distiious aud pregteseive young far sisting in tint xood work Wo trust their mer of Breckenridgo county They left efforts combined with those of the Chris- Â¬ immediately for their new home near tian people of the community may be of HardinBbuig They have the best wishes of their many friendp treat benefit to the town aud country is with us again He had Bro Mill 50 Reward quite a severe attack of tonsilitis and A reward of 50 will be paid for infor- Â¬ malaria but we are thankful he is able mation which will lead to the arrest and We believe his to be With us fgaln conviction of the parly or parties who presence among us will be a benediction attempted to wreck the tram of the in truth Breckenridge Cannel Coal Company at Mrs Csin and little tots from Vine number huvcu treetlu by placing obstruc- Â¬ Grove arrived Sunday for a visit with tion on the track between the hours of her parents Little Marietta is as fat as 10 a m and ii p m November 13 18U0 a pig since her recovery from typhoid If V Harris fever We are glad to see them once General Manager more of LewIsJIanks Death Jolly McQIothlans are headquarteis Hakuinsbukq Ky Noy i 2 Special and hearse See them for caskets ccflins NeffS was received here yesterday of the should you need anything in that Hue death of Roy Lewis Hunks at Winches The friends of R M Jolly will be glad Ur Ki Mr Hanks was a member of to btar that he is able to dress and walk the Methodist Conference and was about his house He has been confined Ho was a son stationed at Winchester to the house for more than five week ofdamuel Hanks of bUplienspnrt but he bus done so well considering his serious illness that he stands the coc mo Â¬ Murray Cemetery f te will be glad to be ment heroically The fence that incloses the Murray able tonsume his business relntions Cemetery is in a dilapidated condition from every standpoint All relatives who have their dead buried Our friends both at home and afar attbiseacred place ought to by all means havo been to kind attentive and sympa Â¬ lend a helping band towards repairing thetic in our time of anxiety and watch- it As it is the 3a tile roam all over It ful card over the sick bed ot our dear one and unless immediate attention is given that I feel I must through this medium to it it will go torulu thank each and every one aud assure them of the tenderest feeling in the ADDITIONAL HARDINSBURG depth of my heart for their expressions of kindness und sympathy and assure all James St Clair of Webster was here they are appreciated and treasured last Monday and qualified as tho admin Â¬ Miss Ida McGehee is a pupil in tie istrator of R B Caideu Iryiogtou College igain Our school To havrt your eyes tested and fitted continues to grow and with one of the with glassistbat will make jouseeas finest educators in Kentucky at the well as a hen you were a young man call head with competent assistance our on Dr Jumes Levtie ocoulist and opti- Â¬ school is a certainty and a success cian With T C Lewu Come and try for yourself and share our A braiid new stock everything clean advantages for your children and of the best quality at the lowest Mrs Roy J Cain is the proud posses Â¬ piices such goods tan be made Come sor of a handsome piano a present from and sue them bo when vou used them her distinguished father Hod Chas yju will kuow where to fiud them Blandford T V Lewis It gives ua much pleasure to state that Forest Miss Floriu Hardin and Mr Sam Herndon is rapidly improving and Hsyne of Holt were the gueslaof Mrs with no relapse will soon be on bis feet Wilt a few days last week again He has certainly had a very seri- Â¬ first olsi repairing done here We ous illness and his friends njoioe with charge so all 011 his recovery Little David have a oompetent workman in them yOu tunnoriskwh n you have repair too is doing well and we trust his il T O Lewis woik in his hands nww will be lets serious than was Sams of Ghmdeaue Miai Arrle Robertson Ada Smith is rapidly regaining her former health While her illness was epeut the day with Miss Allie Witt Sat tediour yet she has battled it success urday folly aud is as prttly as a peach now Always Ahead We are so glad for her aud little Ken oeth the 3 year old tot who had askge The Louisville Evening Poet has sur Â¬ but he tco is getting well fast Truly passed any metropolis daily yer when it Irvldgtou should feel prouU that out of onus to furnishing the news On the so many serious eases of typhoid fever not a single death has occurred This sight of November 7ib a special train leaded to lis capaolty wis run over the speaks well for our home doctors Hsaderson Route spreedirgthe news Mrs Gardeuts father Mr Ban dun alagham spent a day or two with her along the different stations foretelling the It was a big results ot the election lest week undertaking and oosts a great deal cf Little Lamar Gardaer wm ill last week money but the Poet people do not go bet is able to be at school this week They are enter Into matters by htlte Mr Jim Uramlette spent Sunday with prising aad progressiva journalists his fatally IIi is engaged at Manilas Temperance People at Work barg In the Wg warehouse of Hentleyel Beard Tlie members of the W 0 T U aad Boy Wimp hi la Lexington attwuiirg many other lovers of temperauee met at tbe A M Oolkgc Ha writes delight the Christian ohuroh Mouday sight edly of It Ws are glad to know he is so Several good spetohss were made and Many plans of some music erjo well pleased with his new surrounding For stylish foot gear see Jolly A Cains oatapsigu work wars devised and re Â¬ took Beet la the town iMd cheap too ports of oommittets were heard The good people of this town are in earnest in price bat not la quality awut this matter aud are making every Centrals a Trust effort to carry their eUotlon la Decem W B Maple prlueipal of the ber A oommlttee was appoiuUd to go Prof Oloyerport High School bee evSiy thing to Pbgah Tuesday night to orgaaise a at his quartern working undet an elegant W 0 T U and speak for local option system just what that system is the Prof rUple at HeK writer to enable to And out but be doss Mm poJsftjBilsooe we PwlaMor Map 1 ass an appeTntmeat knew tent 0 most iiongiiiUI end friend Jo toon ono M Bons OnApel fridsy night November ever met and probably no has central of 17 to speak for toe oanee of Uaperabo Alt the people in that neighborhood are on of the largest trusts la the couotri that is the trust of the people He lequeeted to ooiae out ami hear him and cad their assistance to this good cause doesnt believe la sin Mrs R M Jolly aooonipauled R J Gain of Jolly Cain 0 the city Friday and assisted in the selection of dry goods and notion for the approaching holiday trade Go and see those beautiful new patterns of percales prints etc and I know youll purchase Miss Nita Beard of Hardlnsburg and Miss Nanny Jolly had a pleasant day in the oity last Friday A large concourse of friends followed the remains o Mr James Donell to Freedom Sunday where he was burled Mr Dowell was one of the substantial farmers of this community and had a host of friends Ills illness was brief but during that time he was surrounded by all his family and constantly asserted his readiness to go lie was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church and an oQicer in the church for years always earnest and Renetout only a few weeks ago he gave a liberal donation to the church now being built at Irvington ie I ma not live to enjoy it but marking Truly this is characteristic others will of a true Christian spirit To the be- Â¬ reaved family we tundir our heart felt The Vote Counted Hamdinsruro Nov 13 Special What a hero is Governor Bradley in There seemed to be no special interest taken in the oounting of the votes by the time of peeeel those Democratic purifiers leave Board of County Commissioners last FriDldut day The result of the election in the old Kentucky in a healthy condition county had already been announced and Soon the bird law will be out then there was not likely to be variance in the poor partridges trouble commences the result The Comlssloners Tice Jolly Mif Starks has been ill for some days Taylor Beard and John Jennings met in Farmers are having nice weather for the county clerks office about eleven gathering their corn and completing oclock Those present besides the their work before winter begins Commifasionera were R N Miller 0 P We are having the beet school we Hook Claud and Jones Mercer The counting of the votes was soon proceed have had for a loug time The devil as usual played a good baud ed with and there being no contest from any quarter the board was not long in in the election completing the count Misses Katie Â¬ Royal Powder Baking Makes the food more delicious and wholesome OVAL IU1MQ POtntK OO HtW VODK ADDITIONAL LOCAL Ammunition will fly today The woodland trees were never prettier Weill Ex Governor Brown did get some votes Vice President Hobert continues to improve Bird you must die Your time has ex- Â¬ pired Â¬ EPEDEMIC AT PATESVILLE Microbes of Goebelism Messrs Miller and Hook represented the Republican side of the ticket and Metsrr Mercer were there for the Dem ocrats There could have been no squabble among these parties 11 any par- Â¬ ty had desired to have gotten one up The election through the county had been fairly conducted and all that re- Â¬ mained to be done was to announce the official result This the Nkws gives elsewhere by precincts Infests the Air painting fever Miss Eva Young leaves today for her home at Morganfield Official Vote of Brcckenrldge County Mrs 0 H Tumey and II W Baker The official vote of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ of Owensboro were here Monday ty was not received in time to print in The bird law is out and all lovers of full in this issue It wilt be printed this sport will take advantage of it next week The horse show at Madison Square The vote for Governor was as follow Garden at New York is now in progress Goebel 1722 Brown 80 Taylor 2120 If you contemplate a hunt of any dis lair 66 Wallace 42 and Schmutz 2 tanco secure the bird law and paste it in For Representative Barry 10U2 Has your hat 11 2053 HarnedSl wt Mrs Joe T Miller o Hartford wil For Justice of the Peace in the 4th arrive tomorrow to visit her brother Mr district Sim Payne Republican received George W Short 205 votes and P P Roberts Democrat iHave vou ever noticed the appearance 237 In the 5th district for the same Royalty received 323 votes of a foot ball player after a game He is office George a pretty picture and Wm Carmon 208 Miss Clara Heston of Hardinsburg is In the 2d district Ben II Wilson Re pullican was elected Constable without in the city visiting the f imlly of Mr and Mrs John Heston opposition The New town board cf Irvington Miss Elizabeth Skillman leaves tomor- Â¬ was elected on the anti local option issue row for an extended visit to her cousin There will be no contesting of the election in this county Eyery body seems to have the THEY bouse NEED PHYSICIANS at Huntington W Va Sold His Farm Dr P W Foote of Irvington spent Warfield Hendrick has sold his farm yesterday here He came in the inter- Â¬ of 230 acres on Beech Fork to Nat Lane ests of the Farmers Institute and Thomas Hawkins for 800 Mrs Dr F T Llgblfoot arrived from Dissolved Partnership Hawesville yesterday She will be the Slulby Triplett and Alf Taylor who guest cf her son Dr Forest Llgblfoot have been running the Cal Basbam farm Rev W B Rutledtre left yesterday for for two years very successfully havo dis- HardinEburg where he will assist in the solved partnership Mr Triplett lias revival which iB in progress at that place moved back to his farm noar Rosetta The Mummy party given at the Â¬ Ladies Reading Club The Ladies Reading Club will meet with Mrs W H Bowmer to morrow afternoon at 230 oclock instead of with Mrs George Short as was announced last week LODIBURG Lovely weather Health of the community goo i The debate at Poplar Grove last Sat- urday night was quite a success Mr Mosely of Stephonsport returned to A M Hardins Sunday evening II O Hardin of Lodiburg made a flying visit to his sister Mrs Will Gib- Â¬ son of Addison Sunday Mrs J M Filch of Cloverport is vis Â¬ iting her father A J Keys of this place Mrs W II Gibson cf Addison Is vis iting her sister Mre Henry Johnson of this place Born to the wife ot Henry H John- Â¬ thing son a fine boy November 12tb Â¬ home of Mrs D R Murray last week by the Presbyterians was a success socially and financially The distinguished Russian pianist Viadmir de Fachmann will take part in the Chopin recital at Lsider Krans Hall Thursday night at Louisville Mr C W Moorman has returned from Cripple Creek Colo where he has been on an inspecting tour Mr Moor- Â¬ man will remain here this winter Dr P W Foote of Irvington was in the city yesterday in the interest of the Farmers Institute Dr Foote is an en- Â¬ thusiastic workei iu this cause and is possessed of a determination to bring the farmers together ou a more progressive plan of operatirg their oil There were two little babes playir g to gether the other day and fortunately the youngest had an occasion to catch bold of the others hand In so doing the tiny little band was squeezed and the babe broke away with the exclamation Papa dat boy squeezed my hand He looked on as though he had done the proper Patbbviixk Ky Nov 10 Mr Thomas Tosuby Dear Sir and Fbiknd I want you to see Mike Hamman and tell him to send out a wagon load of coffins An Epidemic of Goebelism has struck our town and a large number of our citi- Â¬ zens are ill with the disease The symptoms of tbis disease are peculiar Tbe direction that the wind comee from seems to have an effect upon the a filleted parties Whe a the breeze is from Covington they Btand around with their heads down and their eyes about half shut like sick chickens with the cholera but when the breeze blows from tbe L N railroad they appear to revive some Just at present tbe wind is stronger than ever from Covington and the invalids are sinking fast Dr Lollaa is confined to bis bed Dr Milner and Dr Frymire seem to understand this dis ease but the number of patieuui is to iaige for two physicians they cannot attend Please seo the to one half of them physicians of your place and if any of them understand this disease please tend them out at once I am especially interested in the case of Jim Lynch Jim is my son in law and has a large family His pulse is very weak to day and I feel anxious about him Please send a little whiskey Jim likes whiskey Yours in haste W H Corlky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Card of Thanks Mr Charles May desires through the News columns to express his heart felt appreciation for the kindness rendered him by the assistance of the good people of Cloverport in saving his building on the night of the fire Mashed His Foot Red Davis while working with the bridge gang at Owensboro Monday for thd Henderson route in handling a large piece of timber Most control of it and let it fall mashing his right foot severley STEPHENSPORT Mrs Eliza Beet spent several days last week in Sample Miss Ruth Haynep of Cloverport spent Sunday with Miss Ida Crawford Mr and Mrs P D Hawkins of Union Star attended church here Sunday Miss Kate Allen of Ohenault spent several days the first of the week with Mrs F O Ferry There was quiet a large attendance at the dedication of the Christian church here Sunday Mrs 0 0 Lewis has returned from Who is The Governor When we went to press a week ago we were confident that are a week bad rolled around all thiB turmoil and uncertainty would be done with that things would have adjusted themselves and that our Governor would have been elected But such is not the oaee The election has come and gone ballots have been oast and some of them counted but the deeiseion has not been made- - The Democrats olaira it and the Republicans claim it How it will end many may prophesy but none can know Only time and the election commissioners can tell The desire of this paper and of all honest mcn is that the man who has honestly received the most votee whether he be Goebel or Taylor be inÂ¬ augurated Governor ol this common wealth The official oount still contin Â¬ ues aud the News hopes to be able to give its readers some positive Informa Â¬ tion as to the result by Tbaakagiving at least we trust that some dedssloB will hays been arrived at by that uW Â¬ WANTS AdrwtiaemMta inserted under this heed rate of one cent a word each insert ten FOX SALB T1MBBK LAND at the Louisville F St E Sod ITIOR SALE 1040 acrciLr Ijsnoohe oak tuitountlcd by fin furmt 1 I in gam aad maple ire eHlatated at 3500000 AddieeeDr C HTODDOweiiteoro of Henderson was In town Sunday Mrs Z Ferrell of Hawesville spent rich ath several days this week with friends feet here NORTONS VALLEY Tom Hook Is ill at this writing Bill Allen went to Hardinsburg Frl day The election passed off quietly at Clifton Rev Bosarp preached at the Valley Sunday A good blaeksmlth eaa do well at Oiiftoa Mills Mies Cora Yates was vieitiag at Mr Tom Hooka Thursday Mr Will Draue our poking werehaat desires your patroaage Mr Mark Misgus and bob of Graytoa county has beeu vleitiug la this vicinity Many thanks to the patrons who have hauled wood to the school house Mr Kodeuhlmer aad family left TuesÂ¬ day for Braekea county to make that their future borne Mr Auetia Arms and wife were the guests of Mr aad Mrs Horace Yates Sunday Misses Cora Yates aad Lara Hook were the guests of Mis Mat Yates Frl day estmjggggguj bV Mrs L B Helm spent Tuesday at Holt Mr Alf Cashman of Union Star was in town Sunday Mr Ireland and son of Skillman Mr and Mrs J D Wlllett Lodiburg Mr Milt Miller Samole Mr Ed Stilef Addi- Â¬ son and Mr Claud Mitchell Derby Ind were at Midway Hotel Sunday Guests at the Midway Hotd Sun Â¬ day were M Elmer Wheeler Hardin Grove M Louise Aden Cheuault Her maa D Lay and Miss Maude Brinsley This last i lection day was said to La the most quiet one for years winch speaks well for the good of local option town where the dread curse of whisky is out of our midst except as the sot and dram drinker slip aad conceal their jugs la the beck lots aud alleys Tbe Governorship is still oo the fence aad likely to drap either way Xeftelar servloM were held at the Bap Â¬ tist church Sunday by the pastor Z Ferrell Subjects Christ the Mi gust Oae reoeiveAJrj I aad Jesus Bern to we wim ot IMM Wednesday Nor fMh a girl Kiss Jfona Perrigo of Otoverpori MUMit SJeiiitlay hAM wish MlcMvttL Sanj and oaeh Mr and Kas W ter M9ss Ueejt nf Clovcrntrt were hen Geo W MeOnbblos was la Cloverport Saturday Klders Cowau aad Urlmm lelt Hun day for their homes BRADFIKLDS FEMALE REGULATOR Is for lanne Jit cures verywuoc hmh m ooounonly colled a female trouUe It acta directly upon all thu distinctly feminine organs of- gerMfasfon dt fMflkeatfseneHtmJSi mg vu a ii hi akI trencthf stopping uanaiunJ dsntns - womens diseases and hregn- - tavfptsWwW srsny sepsis smje g mt imtTegafe smrujcjgjg uBsaajuagffgt swsnTw ssmBma TOBjggsmnnnK oennejr for a few days in m hutuiM Tt make aiaUr and wseklr mum strong and rm 1 a bottle at drug stores again Bend lor a tree book about It TMIresMHiselstr Oo AUaMata Un QW Jjrbot of PelntviUe who - wwwewwMwaiewowwA has been ill ot typhoid fever- for three months is some better bat her eonditloa is still critical n Wiilih itrti iktmm - bKhlKENKlDCE WEDNESDAY KOV NEWS II 1M THE LONE STAR STATE Mfss Eleanor B Hendrick Writes A Msay bate tost oonSdee mm hop m well m well m health besaaae they bare 1mm toM iMr Kidney dlesnae km Ineerablr Torys Kidney Oars ia a guaranteed remedy for the dieon raged A R Fisher Olorirr aad dlsooaeokte port B A Witt Hardittehurg Letter From There THE NEWS ALWAYS WELCOME Allen Tkxab Oot 36th 90 Thk Brkckknrukik Nkws I have been thinking or sometime that 1 would write to the Brhckbmriimir News hut first one thing and then another hae to Â¬ happened to prevent However day It in pouring down rain and I oan do absolutely nothing else bo I think now ia my chance We all are very much delighted with Texas and have been from the first day we camp I think without a doubt Texas is the beet state in the Union Collin county is considered one of the finest counties in the Btate and one would think so after riding over the country for it is uertainly a picture of liveliness juBt as far as your eye can see It is black land laying almost per- Â¬ fectly level Occasionally you Bee a creek and on either side of thia creek there are beautiful trees The roads are perfectly fine I went driving Sunday morning with father and we drove quite a distance in only a short time There ia more driving here than any one could ever imagine the roads are full all tho time of people traveling in covered wagons going to the Terri tory Mexico and Oklahoma I have never Been a rock since I have been here I often wonder how on earth I managed to travel over those rocky roads in Meade county Everybody here the rich and the poor have some kind of a vehicle and most cf them have two and they are used too There is more pleasure derived from driving than any thing else You can see bo much and then it doea not take you forever to go nowhere We have bought a farm in Collin county five miles from McKinney the county Beat of Collin one mile from Al en and seven miles from Piano and we live only 20 miles from Dallas We have a very pretty home beauti- Â¬ fully situated We paid 50 per acre for land and it is as find as there iB in the atate Crops this year were very good an immense corn crop which has been nearly all gathered u very good cotton crop with fancy prices while both the wheat and oat crops were good The wheat nearly all been put in for next year is up and looking well We have not been very drv only a few weeks and then did not Buffer We had a good rain last week and it is raining very hard to day We have had the pleasure of a visit with and from Mr and Mr p John Keesor They have a lovely home own several hundred acres of land and are among the most prominent farmers in Collin county They live eight miles from us My uncle Itohert Hendrick lives two miles from us He owns a nice little farm is building a beautiful houae now and they are getting along nicely Ern est Ditto has a grocery store in McKin- Â¬ ney has a fine business and is doing splendidly We were in Dallaslast week to attend the State Fair It was grand the finest thing I ever saw but the races were not bo good as you haye in Kentucky Fath er saw Mr Nevitt and Charlie They are very much pleased but like ue oc- Â¬ casionally get home sick and wish for old Keutucky but lioue of us want to go back to live The people here or at least we have the most enormous appetites We seldom get euougti to eat cant cook enough We eat till we get ashamed and then stop but are always delighted when the next meal time comes We do not have the fruit that you have something we mirs quite a great deal but chickens are raised almost the year round and gar Â¬ dening stuff plentiful and we have vege- Â¬ tables earlier ami later than you The weather is most delightfully pleasant girls are wearing their thin clothes still in fact wuoleu dresses would be very un We have not us yet had a comfortable frost We all have so much batter health here I iiuvwr weighed as inuoh in luy life as I do now and mothers health ia very inucti better You will please hang the IlKhCKUNHUMiK Nkwh from Mi Kinney to Allen Ill Nkah is al Â¬ ways a welcome visitor all of ux want it Â¬ blalllHHtttHlietl Ill nerer any another word about the advantages of a European ednca Un for girls naltl the woman from the west Ill never talk about the charm of the coureut bred young wo man Ive lost my laat illusion ami one of the prettiest young women In Washington acted aa Iconoclast for nay benefit She Is more than pretty She has a look of being somebody and she Is somebody She belongs In the diplomatic corps I saw here at a big reception two or three weeks ago and 1 watched tier with delight 1 thought how boister- Â¬ ous and unrefined most American girls seemed beside her I actually blushed to think how their sin tig must shock her So gentle so quiet so exquisite I kept us near her as 1 could for 1 At last wanted to bear her speak I stood next her lu the dressing room Somebody wanted her to go home She didnt want to go and what do you think that exponent of highest European feminine culture saldV No she said 1 dont want to go home Im going down stairs for more Washington Post feed Â¬ amooff native Atietralmns affords a droll stndr of physical endur aim ami natural courtesy The affaire dbonneur la conducted on orthodox Seconds are chosen and the line place of meeting arniugrh each party assuring tire other that the remem brance of the Insult or the casus belli can only be removed with n wiuhly stick caminlly mentioning at the same time the design and weight of his own weapon The duel then proceeds somewhat ob them lines The aggrieved one bends forward hands on knees and Invites his opponent to test the sound ness of his club on his the challengers head foil tenet does not demand that the vigor of the blow be modified by regrets or remorse much less such a reply as Not at all sir after you The descent of the club Is remindful Should an Irresisti- Â¬ of the conundrum ble force come In contact with an Im In movable urns what Is the result this case u little local warmth Is generÂ¬ ated It la now the other fellows turn and the game proceeds as before varied by mutual requests to hit n little Urder Kltlier combatant leaves the field without a stain on his char act6r and tasting the quintessence of satisfied honor should his opponents club be broken over bin head A duel Â¬ Â¬ Kl MeU X FR WILD KIT M fourth It Lotttevlfti Ky J M HARDIN tonAmmtu Ky BANK 01 EAEDIttSBUEG B - i H ARDIN jjffjC WILDER the Jaannnmf IN 3DE52STTISTS IRVINGTON Every Wednesday and Thursday after Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work such m Bridges and Crowns a spexriaUy Good work cuaranteed Latest appliances used O F BKARD PreeWeat WILL MILLER Vlee Frestdeat M H BEARD Ossbisr fmmWm R W BEARD MORRIS BBKRIDGE VDIRIOTOM J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME J - DEPMITS A WiOifMlIf Only Know what autTeting from lalllnr of the painful or TrracnUr womb white or any disease of tha diatfactly mlnineorg ansl A man mar symr thlia or pity but ha oan not know tha agonies -aha goe through the terrlbla so patiently borne which sufferingrobs her of beauty hope and happl sew Yet thia Buffering really is seedless MQTT8 PENNYROYAL PILLS 3 McELREES They overcome Weak ness irreirularltr aad omissions increase vigor and banish pains of menstruation They are LIFE SAVKB8 to jrlrls at womanhood aidlns development of ortrans and body No known remedy for women equals them Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure 100 PER BOX BY MAIL Sold by druggists IR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio For sale by Short Haynee Druggists Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ T D Renfrow M M DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY mamtmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmimmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmimnmammmamamKmmmrmmtmmmmmmmmmtmmmmm Wine oi Cardm will banish It This medicine cures all female diseases quick- Â¬ ly and permanently It doea away with humiliating physical exami- Â¬ nations The treatment may be taken at home There is not con- Â¬ tinual expense and trouble The sufferer is cured and stays cured Wine of Cardul is becoming the leading remedy for all troubles of this class it costs out nil irom any druggist For advice In cases requiring address the special directions Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn MRS O J WEST Nashville Tenn- writes i Thia wonderful medicine ousht to be In every houM where then an girl and women Chamberlains Fain Balm Cnrei Pain Balm with good results Oth- Â¬ ers Why Not You My wife has been using Chamberlains for a lam shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years We have tried all kinds and doctors without re- Â¬ ceiving any benefit from any of them One day we saw an advertisement of that medicine and thought of trying it which we did with the greatest satisfaction She has used only one bottle and her shoulder is almost well Adolph L Millett Manchester N 11 For sale by AR Fisher Cloverport K A Shell man Stephensport of medicines who It will iot be a surprise to are at all familiar v ilh the grot quail tit a to of Chamberlains Cough Itemed kn i tha people everywhere take Dleae ure in relating their experience in the usr cf that splendid medicine and in tt llng t the benefit they have revived ro it of bad colds It has cured of threatened attacks of pheumonia it has averted and of the children it has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough It is a grand good medicine For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Etephensjiort Â¬ ay OFFICm OVER Heston Willis Gos New Store CLOVERPORT KY Office In Rear of Moormen Dreg Store Oweaa X AIL WHO PAY FOR THE X Senator Elklna Great Sehento During the presidential campaign of 1802 Senator Quay and Senator Elklns who were managing the Republican Interests and ex Senator Ilrlce and Henry Watterson who were In chatge of the Democratic headquarters used to live at the same hotel and frequently dined together One evening as they were sitting at the same table Mr Brlce looked over to Senator Quay Â¬ and nuked now nre you folks off for money We are vory bard up replied the Republican chairman How are you getting along Well said Brlce whenever wo want money I go down Into my own pocket for It f have not been able to get much anywhere else You are lucky to have a pocket to go Into said Senntor Quay If I had I money of my own would not grumble But said Brlce I have to borrow Flow M Snake Fought a Sllrror Mrs CLr i i le i Aurora I ml nays the Clticiinmli Hmiiuivi was recently at tracted by n peculiar hiding and mpphiK On Investigating flie be In her bedroom belJ a large black snnke swinging from the top of the dresner by Its tail und viciously fiKhting Its reflection In the mirror Mrs Colo called for her husband to come and kid the reptile hut when ho ap peared he could not strike at the swaying serpent that continued the combat with the shadow In the glass untninurui or nis presence for fear of shattering the costly mirror lie then procured a long pole and succeeded in disengaging its coils from the mirror frame and hulling It out of the open window through which It evi- Â¬ dently entered The fall to the ground from the second story room stunned but did not kill the snake and when Mr Cole descended the stairs and reached the yard to accomplish its death it swiftly glided away in the grass and escaped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Among the small Islands which enme Into the possession of the United States with Porto Rico Is the barren peak of La rocks which the Spaniards called On this island tradition says Mono the old buccaneers deposited great treas- Â¬ ures In 1880 an American company was formed to seek the hidden riches No jewels were found however though Treasure Ialand She Too Waa of a Lnrgre Family At a little Informal married wo mens luncheon out In Kcklngtou the other afternoon given by the hostess In honor of her guest from the west a dainty lauguorous black eyed wo man under 30 tho conversation switched to the subject of large families It appoared that most of the lunchera Each ap- Â¬ came from prolltlc families peared anxious to give her familys large tribal record for a considerable distance back nnd none noticed the alarmed countenance of the hostess as the talk progressed The hostess made many Ineffectual efforts to signal the conversation to a standstill likewise she unavailiugly endeavored to side track the large fuinlly theme But It was no go and It eis Unnlly up to her guest from the west to eet forth the numerical contributions of her an- Â¬ When cestors to previous censuses the question was put to her directly sho exhibited nary a flinch but smiling languidly remarked I am the youngest of 12 daughters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mi mm ONE YEAR AHEAD Dr J L MOORMAN Dentist Guarantees satisfaction In all kinds ot Dyiital work CLOVEBPOftT KY J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co and 18 It Gentlemen said Senator Elklns I hnvo a suggestion to make Suppose wo four go down town tomorrow nnd borrow 1000000 upon our Joint In dorsement and divide It between the two parties and then let whichever one wlnB pay the notes Chicago Record the deposits of guauo made the venture a financial success Â¬ Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the worst cold In a day itopj the running of the note breaks the fever and banUhet all tendencies to ward pneumonia It ii the quickest reliever and curer of throat and lung diseases Flro in a Theater Chicago Oct 30 Fire broke out un- Â¬ der the stairway leading to the gallery of the Columbia theater a few min Â¬ utes previous to the beginning of the first act Although the house was crowded no one waa Injured and a panic which followed the discovery of the Are was quelled by the prompt action of the attaches of the house and the polios Flames were quenched Impossible exclaimed all of the women except tho hostess who contemplated the figures on her fan with a drawn dreary smile Not at all replied the guest You are perhaps unaware that I was born and reared in Salt Lake City Oh blankly exclaimed the otber Quite so women Then the hostess experienced no difficulty In shifting the current of talk Into the weather channel WashingÂ¬ ton Post Â¬ Â¬ brothers For Infants and Children The Kind You Havs Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR A Remainder of 1899 and all of 1900 and 1903 III t K WILL RECEIVE THE w Everything CANNKLTON IND thats good In NEARLY FIVE YEARS 1901 LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by 1902 GEORGE H CASPERKE Jowelry sad Insurance BHANDKNBURQ KSNTUOKY MALARIA ANTIDOTE 20 This offer is by special arrangement HUGHES TONIC SPLENDID QENERAL TONIC NOTE The New formula is very pal- Â¬ atable and more eflVctiYe than Quinine with the Farm Journal and is for A SHORT TIME ONLY rOKOK-0KKHHOK-0MH- p Played Out II Run Down just what you need Promotes Healthy AppetiU Strengthens You will feel better after scoond dose TRY IT I DMKK Tha Better than Quinine because it regulates Liver and bowels Invig Â¬ PONIATOWSKIS PLIGHT orates the whole system X Frlaee Who Waa Shut Oat of s It will do the work bo after deprePallmaa Car ssionno buacing ears or deafness Â¬ Ludlng Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothlnr aan ba mora dunoraliilntr to young or mlddla ai ad man than the nraa Thev mioa f thaaa nurhllr loiuaa I produce weakoaM Berronroeaa a feeling t iWaimanawiioie train or eympiomi hey unfit a man for btuinea married No matter fe and social happlneaa hether earned bv evil habits in youth natural weaknaai or sexual excoitei our Aew Method Treatment will positively eoreyoe I NO CURE NO PAY Reader vou need hel d Karl v abate or Uter exoeeee may have weakened you Bxpoture may have dleeaeed you You are not aafe till eu red Our New Method will cure you You run no rltk Younsr Man You are nala feeble and hagxardi nervosa irritable and ex citable You become forgetful morow and deepondeeti blotehea and pimple looping HBKen ayea wnnxiea raee form and downeaet oountenano meal toe Diigbt oi your xietenee Â¬ 250000 No CURED Ht pliiiy and with beet ince I think I Imv wutt n wialiee quite a WECUREWRICOCELE Butter our Yuiirs Very Truly Eianok it 1 Iks iki uk bow terioua your eaae may Irvlngton Club Ihvjnoton Ky Nov II Special The 1 Y It U met will Mies Mo Utothlau on Saturday Nov 5th with a large uiemberehiu present Many In tereslti g fuels about Ituesl were re- Â¬ lated and the papers on the Imperial family were neard and dtsuuesed with pi ature The discusslou in regatd to the Kb lisli boer trouble was lull of interest and Ah both combatants had sympathisers interesting artlele was read by MIm tireeuwood giving aa insight into the or igii of the trouble from a Boer view it The wormy valnt return to their normal eoBdlHoh and nenoe m Mxual organ reeeive proper aourteh menL Tha oraeni Become vtiaiueu an unnatural d ratal or loaMf oeaae ami Mo temporary inly iiowere return CUK HO ION NKKHSARY ION yttOM BUSINESS eura ete BTSWtfBK DKTKN HYPUIL CURES GUARANTEED We treat and RklHUIONS IMPOTBNCV OLKBT VAKICOCKL1I hKM I 8TK1CTIIRK Ml dSeajee HUDSRAT frtSS 00 MS VQUKB JTltMll II ULT A T 1 0JN IHAHU Ux 122 W Prince Poniatowukl lirnl to sit up all night In an ordinary coach of trie Los Angeles express while traveling from Bakerslleld to San Francisco Reared lu the Up of luxury the nobleman realised thnt it Is bed enough to be a passenger la the best cars but to be forced Into a common day coach for a whole night made him belligerent vindictive and out of sorts with everything and everybody The prince preferred charges against Conductor W Williams of the Pull man Oar company because of his night ef dis comfort Ponlatowskl was In Dakersfield on business says the San Francisco Bxaml ner He desiied to come home the aame night on the express train which passes Bakerslleld about midnight In the after Â¬ noon he wired to Los Angeles tor a drawing room All the Pullman berths aad drawlug rooms had been reserved and an answer was sent to that effect Ponlatowskl did not get the reply When the train reached ttakersfield lie made a dash for the nearest Pullman Conductor Williams who was In charge stopped him lie Informed the prince that there was no room In any of the Pullman cars for him al Â¬ But dout you know who I am most hissed the priaee as hie anger got I am Prince the better of bis Judgment Ponlatowskl You dont expect me to sit up all night with a let of ObJnamea la a day coach do you Von may bo Pruce Ponlatowskl coolly rejelued Williams without oke sauce Ill take your word for that But youll nave to ride with the Qhlassssw as yon express It or else walk TWtre is no room In any of the Pullmans Thats all I have to say As the train started to more the prince ran for the day ooaek It too was crowded lie found a seat with Ohin men In front of him and twe Mongolian hack of him Ponlatowskl was furious but he very sensibly held his tongue all night It Is now so sore that be either will not or caunot talk about the episode CERTAIN CURE For Chills and Malaria fevers guaranteed AT DRUGGISTS Dont accept any Substitute SOc and 100 Bottles CO ROBINSON SArwY Iaoarfefatad PETTET KY LOUISVILLE Courser Mik and Iwik Packet Line Fast Mail Line Between Louisville and Evansville STEAMKfti B G RAGON TM RYAN Manor W A BMHOf hmr TARASGON BiVMMWYKa K M BAIAARD MaMr W P D STAGdfl tll orrr n LT tttrWMJWaar inrJWMUT hmr Swaaty set OaMj ases ae4 New AmsuhUmb Freight skint by tkls Mm laaa by rail Trayaler will Sari the weear mmS a anlaeaeat rseiews lallsasTTps baat callaarr aad SL ibate73sleKhTibr PtMttli Avmmm OjtseijiU omese if aad t 4sllf4 IttM Br HMra in DLPlKirf Kennedy A GROUP OP BOER RIFLEMEN READY FOR BUSINESS These are sows of the gentlemen with whom Oreat Britain Is having difficulty In South Airtea They are Boer They are the nest rifle shots la the world They bars guns la plenty sad bars a habit of sarrylsg enough awwtuiiUou about with them to meet any etnergeiury as you will see by the picture The man whose faoe is shows la the upper right hand corner Is Lieutenant General Mr Frederick Forestler Walker the now commander of the British forces In South Africa He bus seen berries all over the dark continent Ho baa foogbt Cuius Kafirs aad Maadists but he has never fought Boers aeeaeBje DIM Kergan O FOURTH 8TM point The program for next meeting leas follows Hesponss Sows laterHrtlag feols- - front ft4 iy Bueeiaa hietoty Paper social condition la Ruei Mr Miller N of ember insgaaiue study OINOINNATI all to pieces Dt at urbane Mrs Qofrsquent four busbaatl goes out a irood deal doesnt Ue Mrs Beidom Home Yes but we si ways hare seats next to Umj central aisle and It nerer disturbs anybody Urn The farm Journal has nearly twe million readers eaon iesne j it Is nfttinn la a new Mesa that will print MM smm a minute It is the best farm paper in atul 14 pitana iLn rrvmea loiae flL u n Lahk A Sara 4fca m nsewMtHMBt WWH1T1 WauAMs a VOwensboro T P A Ky rriililajst W A W4U1K 1 1 MAIs We have made a special in WALKER BOARD bnrf bars arraneement by whloh we are able to send the Farm Journal for the nahutos of laW and all of 1000 1001 1901 and 1008 nearly awe years lo all wbsstibnit of DENTHTS stUUfn - KY BARDINSBURG ALL KlNDt O lbs Bawwaaaui sTawa vh pny a Oblssjo Tribune yat In advents ms t 4 L IT CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY j BY MK5 HATTia 1R1NNBLL 5 Who would think thaw sas laaaMty bantnd a otoo of water r But there is It waaa favoriw torture in tbe old nays to fasten the victim waare water should slowly drip on his forehead In a ilttw while he was a howl- as a rale igjKEF msBMSSBmsSBgw m rt fc ur f drains which sometimes I am twMnt In hltfltaim by Ob ew4ttjfM h a Maaolvad itooblea Advice on Accumulating afflict them most at last re act on the M ShaUan a minlaUr mind Sometimes it is only fretfulnees It te wondar Women and girls hare some in workla irritability or peevishness fttt poimlmr stMjb M4 white I do not otoaaar Wealth At other Bat in many dfeeettosw forme titties the condition passes beyond aa Mi imlors MtUattnt alUg tbor It of remantratlve social labor are omnia reaaonableneM to irrationality makag oaa put on a thinking oap aad up Men of scienoe engineefs elerks With the relief of the body from dis Â¬ Ura tha dajfthi of fllowfe1lg ease Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription highly trained workmea are In demand Wealth the goal for whteh one half ef gives also a cheerful mind and contented The modern man must eome up to the striving aad whioh the other spirit When the drains and peine are plays an important part standard In the realms of art release the world is Mopped the mind soars up like a balloon life We all Wood mora tliaame music literature polities and govern half finds convenient as the means to an from which dead weight lias been oast la oar end has been won by Andrew Carnegie out Mothers who never knew a happy A perfectly fair view of any mental affaire great extension and ex are aware mibjretwlll help us etaty tltte Root paBsfoii have oeme Today literature the retired Scotch steel king He upends moment wnen tne wrtu Hour confronted them and younger women doomed each up aod throw aw4y rU prrjudiee for it xivts labor to a multitude of men in tbe his time now in distributing what he month to a period of mental depression was once busy in accumulating He aa well as physical suffering have found bae ho plaoe in a Uue mans or true wo past It was not so The demand for such mans breast Me oau all find good labor is increasing I mean Intellectual began life as a bobbin bty Ik a eotton a perfect cure by the use of Favorite factory where he earned lS6 a week Prescription It contains no alcohol ebeer and avoKl fpaoa male labor In war we find tbe same His fortune now at sixty two years of neither opium cocaine or other form of demand Our aaseetors stiver dreamed age is calculated at 100000000 or an in- Â¬ narcotic early or not at all Lieat w hat we would have saeli fields open to iMiffercdwlth female tmknm about elffht of 6000000 yean triad aeveral doctor but derived ae the greateet pianist trat ever lived He ns and y t tbe male Bex taken as a come benefit until I began using- - Ir Wercea Paror In an inter vltw with a He rraacriptloB writes Mrs lohu Green of said No matter bow great a Benin one whole Ktru never so unemployed This medicine was correspondent he ptatea seme facts Danville Boyle Co Ky maybe it oaryiot take tbe plaoe of Modern material civilisation has wrought recommended to tne by other patient I hare whioh made him wealthy and wise aud taken aixbottteiand I Feel like another person study At tbe afje flf nine he played this change so that while untrained your medicine six months and feel I took a uew person the most dlcaR mbeie at public eon- - muscular energy is militated against which he considers helpful to all young now like of Belleville Woodwrites Miss Annie Stephens Co W Va persons starting in a business career Have no neadache no backache no pain anywhere certs but at tne age oi twenty be re- really the field of male labor as a whole Poverty in youth ho considers a posi a iook Kvrn uouies oi uocior public life and for five years is extended tired from New machinery New Pierces luvorlte Prescription ltiye advantage to a man who aspires to and seven bottles of his t devoted himself to bard study These duties Intellectual workers are In deÂ¬ 1 Golden Medical being rioh He most feel that it is sink think there I no Discovery like ear souroee are authority not idle oonjee mand mote than at auy other age record- Â¬ medtcine or swim with him and if he has the sup- Â¬ Doctor Pierce speak I cant tnres ed But speoiahz jd instruction and port yonr medi highly of others dependent upon him all cine lor enough of tne so much it his done training are needed at this day and hour dont responsibility to good to I nor feel I tired as I the better It takes used feel well skk Odtin this great big world of ours So many are left to drift with the tide bring out the beet in any man or boy and think there Is no medicine t eeking a port Hence comes the tramp equal to Dr Pierces 1avorite women yea young girls walk off the Next he must have ambition He Prescription dock in darkness They struggle ia tbe army undisciplined untrained discon Â¬ must not reooenize tbe word fall The Doctor Pierces Pleasant s7 deep eeldwftters waiting for the life tented with an Inflammatory sentiment Pellets are graduated to n Sit ret of success lies chiefly in tbe deter- Â¬ tile sensitive system of line to be thrown out Soeiety gathers towards tbe sueeesslul element The mination to succeed and the reeolv her garments alow Jigs and ambles by past material conditions otlife are gone that every impulse every knock down women with a coil of rope but before throwing forever No will of ours can recall them he receives in the battle will only nerve Dnt tie Made a Good Officer it out to rescue the perishing de Â¬ Unless we are fitted for this new phase him the more Some 20 or 26 years ago a gentleman Not oi existence the Socialist can harp and mands the whys and wherefore Then he should make his employers of this place was elected constable and being able to produce ready made docu the Anarchist can inflame The money per- Â¬ although lie had no opposition his nerv Â¬ ments the straggler is left to go down question will never settle the situation intereet his own He should take a Â¬ condition of the unem- Â¬ sonal pride in the coneern with which ousness ns to the result was quite no A bo call- or alleviate the Jto her death in the darkness the undisci- Â¬ he la connected and expend all his efforts ticoablo till during tbe day After the too trusting ployed The unqualified ed wayward unfortunate wlls closed and he was declared elect- Â¬ energ upon it This attracts the girl is often one whose soul is rent with plined the Inactive must drift on and off and ed he hied lilm to the river bank of his employer and the rest an awful travail ot prayer to God that to make room tor the man who is In deÂ¬ attention In the meantime having armed himself with an old pepper box pistol one of may get bauk upon solid footing and mand The world needs him more to is easy she The greatest secret of business success the earliest patterns of the revolver lead an honest life If Christian people day and far worse than ever before Di Â¬ is tbe co operation of employer and em- Â¬ and shoitly after was heard to go could only fix their thoughts on the vide up the wealth of all the million- Â¬ They should work together like through this colloquy with some one good that is in every soul and make an aires in the worll and In a certain time ployee Pointing his pistol at a syca- Â¬ the untrained brain a band of hi others with the same end unBeen Â¬ appeal to that how many could be re it would slip from more tree lie exclaimed In dignified in vjew claimed How prone we are to resolve back to the coloesal mind that has finan Â¬ When tin ambitious private in the and dramatic style ourselves into a section of tbe Day of cial ability Halt I am constable of this dis- Â¬ great army of industry has reaohed tbe Judgment How oiten If we withheld trict and command you to halt Sou rank of captain he should have developed wont eh Well here goes bangl I A GREAT OFFER sentence and would aid them to reflect a thorough knowledtro of human nature hate to do It but it Is In tbe discharge and think for themselves would they for organizing and the capacitv of my official duty Now I told you choose of their own accord tbe better Farm Journal From Now to Decamber a genius of inppiriig his subordinates With to stop but you wouldnt bang Just part the way that leads to life and lightl 1903 Nearly Five Ytars these qualities all combined you have in then the old pepper box became un Â¬ We all have opportunities to assist in extraordinary character The manager manageable and bang bang bang rescuing He bang went the remaining four loads By special arrangement made with the of millions rannot be a specialist -0-The firing soon attracted a crowd and of the Farm Journal we are must be an all around man His judge Â¬ publishers the tree was thus saved of my free silver friends rather a enabled to offer that paper to every sub Â¬ ment needi to be sure upon a wide range But notwithstanding the episode of Socialist said to me a few days ago It scriber who pays for the Brbckknridqk of subjects the sycamore and the Bears It still is no loaf er the money question it is But what is it all for When a man shows the gentleman Is said to hare Nkws one year ahead for onlv 1 both not expansion tariff but the labor ques- Â¬ papers for tbe price of ours only our has bent every energy to the one end made a good otHcer Hazloereen Ky I tion that is oauslng all this upheaval paper one year and the Farm Journal that of legitimately making millions and Herald A change has certainly come along the from now to December 1903 nearly five succeeded what then labor line we will admit So many new years Mr Carnegie answers this question The Farm Journal is an old things have entered into the field of established paper enjoying great popu- Â¬ verbally as he acts it in his own life human labor forty years ago when larity one of the best and most useful If he is wise he will try to intertBt twenty or thirty men toiled with their farm papers published himself in public duties This of course oattle today one steam plow guided by fTThis offer should be accepted embraces good work in his immediate Â¬ An one man can accomplish as much neighborhood When he places his acwithout delay automatic reaper in one day can reap cumulate experience and ability at the and bind and get ready for tbe garner disposal of his fellow man he serves him- Â¬ CHRISTIANITY IN BUSINESS the produoe of fields it would have tak n self at tbe same time perhaps a hundred hands to harvest in Its Principles Applied te Commercial FKEE BLOOD CUBE AT the past Think of the iron tools and Affairs Would Work a Olorl- weapons our forefathers nsed to extract ous Revolution from ore abd bring to shape and tern An Offer Proving Faith te Sufferers per Now we see them literally poured From Bleed and Skin Troubles out by steam driven machinery Physi Â¬ There is not the least question that cal power is gone forever compared with as the commercial world ia orgs sized Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful the machines of today An Achillea or and run to day it is run at a fearful loss Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per- Â¬ a Richard Ooeur de Lion would sink along the side of money writes Eev Â¬ into insignificance now even in war Charles M Sheldon author of In His sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal unordinary treatment are quickly cured The culture of mans brain and nerve Steps in the Noy Ladies Home Jour- Â¬ der B Botanic Blood Balm the bae come The man who invents one nal Even the rules of success that byB B labor savins machine or a mechanical business men lay down do not insure moat wonderful Blood Purifier of tbe age device has performed a service tbe world success Perhaps no age has equaled this made eepeoally to cure all terrible obsti Â¬ wants This obange in labor ia increasÂ¬ for disturbance and unrest and warring nate deep seated Blood and Skin trouyour Blood thin Are you bles Is ing rapidly Crude muscular force in interest in the business world If the man or beast doesnt count any more principles of Christianity were applied pale All run down Have you Eoaema While intelleetuai power virility and to the whole- - business world it would Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or aotlvity are in demand more and more cause a shook that for the time being Soalp Humors Bolls Eruptions Skin Aching Bones for the invention of machinery and for would result in what might indeed prove Itebes and Swollen manipulative skill Pulling pushing to be the greatest financial panic of the Rheumatism Serofula Catarrh Then and lifting have little value now as mere ages But out of that result would em Â¬ you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm Â¬ muscular human energy and have as erge a new order of buying and Belling because it drains from the Blood and entire system all the poisons and humors THE little value in the field of human labor that would result ultimately in more and tbe Steam power eleotrleUy and the forces financial success on the part of more which cause all these troubles permanent onre of wind and water have revolutionised people than the world has ever witness Â¬ cause being removed a follows B B B thoroughly tested for tbe world of Tabor Men thaa everyÂ¬ ed Ultimately love will pay In dollars Oa thirty years and thousands cured alter where have found their fields of labor and cents better thaa selfishness lipping away from them and have laid selfish principles the business world to doctors and patent medicine bad faded Â¬ 1 per large botby druggists it to the financial condition of our ooan day does not succeed even in tbe matter For sale large bottles atfull treatment 5 Oln sign against muses Is net for any tle or 6 Labor ot making money that try B and oapltal etc It is simply that tbe length of time nor for tbe masses ot the To prove our faith in B and B we will The m st cwMrally txsll awl wly prepaid to Srtt diss Msl in U thy iakig a material of conditions has been rapid- Â¬ people Love in business would lose send a trial bottle free 1k a U ly modified and man baa not been modi- Â¬ lew money and actually distribute tbe sufferers so they may test tha rmdy Address BLOOD BALM triacipal Only w Wock from lb Machinery has simply real earnings ot toil among a far greater at oar expanse fied with tbeua CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta GaDel shepptaa dlttfkiasd tw bWbs ittm filled his place and men find themselves number of human beings than is possi Mm priaclsMt tbwtrm seribe trouble aad free metMoaJ adviee unemployed and today Give us labor ble now under tbe present system aM parts will be given Swwtt csti pass th door egin Globe-DemocrÂ¬ 1 1 Â¬ Women do Andrew Caratgie Gives Sound realize bow not th atrmlv i BASKET That is the GOAL IS A JEWEL verdict of all housekeepers who used BASKE TT COAL as a fuel last winter Its Good Points Are Numerous Its An Economical Coal For the reason that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stove or grate with it at night close your drafts and youve got a fire that lasts until morning You do not have to use as much BASKETT COAL as other kinds because it has more substance and weight to it than fast burning coal IPs ITS A CLEAN THE BASKETT COAL COAL All good bitu- Â¬ minous coal produces clinkers so does the Baskett but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove coal BASKETT COAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants is clean SPECIAL PRICES M CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS 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Pantos jVwOwx has moved to nej gssj EIGHT PAGES JssaH 99 emgej nt anv Does Your Back Ache k LADIES SHOES Ladies Dongola Kid lace or button coin or plain toe all olid and all aisea ne the Rili because of d0t MM hes jet a Mens Furnishings Gents gray or white cot Drawer 3 T MM Cf TlAKfU mrlHHM r ssWw 9 MfMu fwa rc tf fcrat MM Jrswe MtTCAMM tears IfMRT IK ASVAJK fcr at tat Met As to the question of eetimatisg elec tion return the Nkws generally knows a thing or two about its own county Oar estimate ton days before the election was 400 ami the returns show 407 Â¬ Thers is to be r statue made of the Transvaal President and Mrs Oom Paul Insists that it shall be made with a hat ob whioh oan be hollowed out and serve as a drinking bowl for the birds a sort of loving cup wrrf flrsC day abe- - Ibb V Bad roads and bad whiskey will keep any community down as long as they Thank the Lord that are tolerated Breekenridge county is getting rid of the former and it is only a question of a little time when the whiskey trofflc will be sent hence Â¬ Tea we c4 wo cor lo fee Tuesdays election conclusively the renomt flhow very nation of Mr Brynn next year by the Democrats and that of Mr McKinley by the Republicans The fight of 1806 will be re enacted in 1000 the gold standard vs free silver at 16 to 1 Thk results of last on th dr wt til an u m in to One of the most marked features of Tuesdays election was the general sue oees of Democratic tickets in many cities in States carried by Republicans A few notable successes are New York city San Francisco Cincinnati Detroit Bos ton and Watertown N Y This seems to indicate that there are voters in large cities who are willing to trust the Demo- Â¬ cratic party with the administration of municipal affairs while they distrust it in National and State affairs h m lr ri v a P The good women of this town are in the saddle They say the saloon must go and any sane man knows that when the women take hold of a thing it gener- Â¬ ally goes their way So being a man and knowing the women as well as we do our advice to men is to fall into line Just as well do it first as last for if you dont it will be so hot for you youll have to leave town In this whiskey fight the women are right No man can deny it It is not a matter of dollars and cents or pub- Â¬ lic policy with them but it is a question of good homes sober husbands and sober sons t t THE MONEY QUESTION TO BE THE ISSUE OF THE NEXT CAMPAIGN Senator Morgan of Alabama is quoted by the Herald as saying at Washington on Thursday that the late elections Bet tied the question of the issue for next years campaign assuring the renomina tion of Mr McKinley on a gold platform and of Mr Bryan on the Chicago plat-Â¬ form It will be a battle for free silver at 16 to 1 with Bryan as our standard bearer against sound money and McKin- Â¬ ley said Mr Morgan The money question in the opinion will be the of the Alabama Senator predominating issue in the next cam- Â¬ paign necessarily for the Democrats will be obliged to make the fight over again on the Chicago platform Even if the Republicans try to force some oth- Â¬ er issue to the front they will not be able to do it he alarmed he Bees The issue of imperialism cut all the figure possible to it in the campaign just closed and it amounted to nothing Why it will not appear in the campaign of next year is thus explained by Senator Morgan I hardlv look for either expansion imperialism or trusts to cut any material figure in the next campaign It is my opinion based on information derived from my connection with the subject of foreign relations that we will hear very little about expansion and imperialism a year hence There is good reason to be- Â¬ lieve the Philippines will be disposed of or practically so before the next national election occurs President McKinley evidently has that idea in view and his Republican friends in Congress will unite in bringing about such a result as will make it difficult for the Democratic party to make any political capital out of a dead issue That unquestionably is the view sup- Â¬ ported by common sense The Philip pine question will be settled by legisla Â¬ tion of the next Congress la whioh doubtless eyeu Democrats of statesman Â¬ like views like Senator Morgan will be constrained to join Then there will re- Â¬ main to the Democratic party as distin- Â¬ guishing issues for the campaign only the issues of the Chicago platform of which its candidate Bryan will be the Consequently as Senator embodiment Morgan says having nothing else to fight for that party will be obliged to fight out the next national oonteet oh sustaining thw Chicago platform aad free New York Sun liver at 10 to 1 A fair count is what every good law abiding dtisea wants If Mr Goebel reÂ¬ ceived a majority oi the votes east he ought to have it likewise Mr Taylor All this quibbling over tissue ballots aad typographical errors on the ballots is the wail of the polietieal trickster Men ef intelligence and fair mtndsuaeoo dont stoop to suck little Milage Besets Meard Mr aad Mrs 8 A Pate have takes rooms at the Harris hotel MeweMher the Parsers Institute will be heklhere the JfUh aad 30th Lee Biebopie putting a seat ef paint oa the wood work at the jail Ab Davis has leased the farm of 113 acres from the Meador heirs for Ave years A new line of womens fine laoe shoes joet received at the Eclipse Groeery at 100 per pair Mrs Miller aad her daughter Miis Annie Joaee have returned from a vieit to Big Spring Wade Shaoklett and lloeooe Smith went to their home In Meade county last Friday on a vlilt The Telephone Company placed one of their Cabinets in the Harris hotel last week It helps the service Hon Charles Blanford and Walter Piggott were here last Friday the day the vote of the election was counted Mrs Richard Hayes left last Thursday morning for St Paul Minn where she will make her home in the future Look out for the great slaughter sale in shoes and clothing at auction in liar dinBburg at an early day V G Bab bage auctioneer Young Henry Hayte whoaccompinied his mother to Iowa sold bin pony buggy and harness to Sam Henninger of West View for 3000 Miss Etta Clarkson who is in the mil- Â¬ linery business in this place desires us to lay that she has spent over seven years in the business and understands it thoroughly Tom Bly the Roscoe Eskridge Clayton Beard James Harris and Clarence De Haven are the new board of trustees elected last Tuesday Dolph Board was elected marshal In a short talk to mothers we can tell them that at the Eclipse Grocery they can find infant shoes We have a spe- Â¬ cial line which we are retailing at 10c per pair all leather and patent leather tipped toe The town council met last Tuesday night for the first time since September There was but very little business before the board The Marshal was instructed to enforce the dog ordinance by requir- Â¬ ing every one that owned a dog to pay a tax of fifty cents Gus Brown offered his resignation as city attorney but it was not accepted Rev A F Gorden who is conducting the revival at the Baptist church is the pastor of the Parkland ayenue Baptist church of Louisville He is reputed to be an evangelist of great force For the most of the summer just passed he has been in evangelistic work in the south and has met with great success The members of the Baptist church here are fortunate in securing his services Profe Bsors Roberts and Coke observed Arbor day at the college last Friday With the assistance of the pupils they put out a number of young trees planted several rosea and otherwise improved the surroundings The institution at present seems to be in a flourishing con- Â¬ dition They look for a much larger at-Â¬ tendance after Christmas than they have now The bird hunters of this town will be ready to lake the field November 15th Some of the crack shots are Judge Mer- Â¬ cer and Cashier Beard of the Bank of Hardinsburg These gentlemen have some fine blooded dogs that have been in training the past summer and they will doubtless keep the woods hot be- Â¬ tween now and Christmas The bird hunting will be better this season than for many years the fields around Har- Â¬ dinsburg being almost alive with quail Col R N Miller who is one of the di Â¬ rectors of the gun club ia another gen- Â¬ tleman that is expecting a big lot of sport The members met at James H Gardners the other night and decided to open fire on the feathered tribe promptly on the 15th In constant pain when on sensation with you from morn till night 7 Why not put the medicine exactly on the disease 1 Why knot apply the cure ngat Wj the spot Itself You can do it with yourfeot Is that dragging pulling 125 Ladies Box Calf coin toe laoe A strong and eaay fil Â¬ ing shoe suitable for rough weather HOBS on and hit feet are warm and dry ami comfortable Why dont ye follow his example There is no better footwear made for the money SHLZ Qettt8 fleeced Uned ShirU or drawers a good article anywhere Drlycrs Cherry Pectoral Plaster Immediately after the iPlastor is applied you feeliv -r its warming soothing hw iluenco Its healing remedies quickly penetrato down deep into tho inflamed tissues Pain is quieted soreness is re lieved and strength imparted -- - 150 Ladies Custom made Don- Â¬ gola Kid coin or Dewey toe shoe an up-to-da- te 175 RUBBERS RUBBERS They are correctly designed the stock is selected carefully they fit like a glove and will outwear and outclass many higher priced shoes We have all styles and all sizes Let us fit you with tnanBLX9nui 48c Qenta fancy shirts detach Â¬ ed collar the dollar kind our prioe 90c Gents fanoy Shirts the latÂ¬ est fad in stripes or cross stripes a pair High quality Low 100 CLOTERPORTS ONE-PRICE- prices P1TTERHS THE FAIR A HOUSE No plaster was ever made like li No plaster ever acted so quickly No plaster ever aad thoroughly bad sach complete coatrel ever all kinds of pals Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayers relieving Cherry Pectoral congestion and drawing out all inflammation JOR XALB HT AM IIiralIT J O AVER CO Lowell llui BRANDENBURG Mrs Blanch Fontaine is again very ill ty officers I think it is a good thing to I let it all come at once like an avalanche and make a finish Indiana SDortsmen are making war against quail Father Myering assisted by a visilii g minister will begin a Mission next Sun- Â¬ day Nov 10th at the Catholic church here A choir will be engaged and ser- Â¬ vices will be held morning and evening Two lectures will be given at the court- Â¬ house during the Mission date of which will be announced Everybody cordially invited to all services There was a great deal of interest taken in the election of town trustees and it was hotly contested in this city last Tuesday Messrs John D Hardin D S Itichardson E A Coleman and Wm Sebastian were elected Geo H Cas perke and Tim McAulifTe Sr tied This was the independent ticket and is a good one Let each man and I believe he will act for the best interest of the town and community VOICE FROM THE WEST 2 Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Wethe undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ do O Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internal- Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and inueous surfaces of the system Priee Sold by all Druggists 76c per bottle Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best lienor Roll of Hardinsburg PuMIe School Third and fourth grades third month Virginia Heneley W Katie Stitb 8 Ernest Uaswell M Arthur Haswell Harry Hoben si Allen Kineheloe May Watelagtou Stuart Babbage Kathleen Uobea Kathryn Kiaefaelc Ethel Meador Mae Brown Virgil BebtMge Fraakie Sapp Peatl Beard Cora Meador if j if fT OelngMeXerSh George Straffer of the firm George Straffer k Sea furniture dealers ia Louis ville wm a guest of Mm George Jordan a fair days last week Mr ftrjifo accompanied his daughter tale far oa bar trip to aVuuFraaeisee where abe will take a steamer for Cores Mho 0 to that place as a Presbyterian Missionary aad expect to arrive at Iter Â¬ IT fT ft H H M James Watllsgtea Allen Cox tt M M M M Isbmk Board destination at Olirlstrwwi Mam Teacher A man ceases to be a gentleman and should be withdrawn from a campaign who makes use of coarse rough and un- gentlemanly language in the presence of ladies There is and can be no excuse made for him I am very glad that I remained with a pleasant friend on the Goebel rally and speech day instead of being present to listen to abuse and vi tuperation from one of his colleagues No man who belieyes in force and violence is a true Democrat who instead Misses Ada Brown Bottie Clarkson and Mrs G H Gasperke were in Louis- should decry all influences save those of love and reason Ideas should be his ville last week only weapons Hate hurts the man or Brother Duvall preached from Mat woman who nurses it and all selfishness thew 11 5 last Sunday morning on mir- Â¬ robs the mind of its divine insight and acles to a full attentive house cheats the soul that would know I do Miss Mabel Shacklett is one of the not and cannot believe in bolts and bars best students in music I have ever had and brutality I do not believe in gov- Â¬ She loves the study of the best compos- Â¬ erning by force or threat or any form of ers and is diligent coercion Mr Mclntire who lives a few miles lam always interested in our own from town was buried Sunday at our boys and girls when they launch out in cemetery Brother Duvall officiating at tho battle of life Wm Bowling whose the burial service father was reared here and whose grand- Â¬ Next Sunday quarterly services will be father was our postmaster for many held at the M E church Love Feast years has attracted my attention in the and Holy Communion before 11 oclock last year as being a most energetic am- Â¬ sermon The new presiding Elder will be bitious successful teacher He taught with us last year at Free and Easy and with- Â¬ The closed season for quail expires to- Â¬ out any solicitation has the same dis- Â¬ day In Kentucky The woods and fields trict this year where he is conducting a BUIle will be swarming with Nimrods The most satisfactory school is a meadows will be cleaned up of Bob well informed politician as well and has Whites made some Goebel campaign addresses One of the prettiest girls in town said Heres hoping he may reach the very Dont forget about the Corydon Band acme of success Boys She says and I believe Sr Bulls Cough Syrup hag saved her that they are the very nicest boys many a life It can alirayt be relied on to cure in all Indiana or any other State the dangeroui oroep aad wbooploj coegh It glrej Miss Ten Hamilton sang Green Hill Immediate retief aad iheald be kept la erery Far Away and Miss Minnie Bland The home It only coiU if eta a bottle Half has not been told with Miss Lula Bland W I Ashoraft and Bud Prioe on Kipling aad the Autograph Hunters the chorus It was very beautiful ft West Philadelphia girl who is an The young folks all had a jolly big enthusiastic autograph collector has re Â¬ time on Goebel day They looked stylish cently added Rudyard Kipling to her on their steeds with their flags and their oolleotlon at a cost of 1260 From her experience it would seem that the En Â¬ red white and blue emblems flying glish poet is not such an absent-minde- d Long live the dear girlsl beggar as he piotures Tommy At Â¬ The Corydon band boys sent forth stir kins to be Oa the oontrary he believes ring patriotic Goebel music on rally day The girls are en rapport over the in turning to a good account and it is boys or the music They are coming evidently this belief rather tbaa a mer Â¬ over Thanksgiving to give an entertain Â¬ cenary motive that prompts him to plaoe a valuation of 260 on every auto Â¬ ment graph he scribbles It moat not be In Â¬ We are glad to hear that Miss Maggie ferred that he pockets the proceeds The Bowmer associate editor of Bbsckbn West Philadelphia girl sent a modest reÂ¬ Â¬ bidok Nkws la developing into a splen quest for an autograph enclosing a did journalist I hope she may make stamped and addressed envelope as ia her mark in the profession with her tal heronetom Ia reply she received a eata and by application printed slip from Mr Kiplings secretary Lieutenant Perry has had several setting forth brief that Mr Kipling ia froaen toes amputated at North Green Â¬ would be pleased to furnish bis auto Â¬ land bat nothing daunted he ia game graph upon payaaeat of 860 to any and will make a dash for the pole la Feb charity which the collector might prefer ruary by dog sledge His ehaaee to a receipt for which should Immediately reeeu the goal is considered better tbaa be sent to hlai She donated the suaa to aay of his predecessors the Childrens Country Week Associa Â¬ The exercises for Bible Day at the tion forwarded the receipt to Mr Kip Baptist ehnroh last Sunday were most In Â¬ Hag and the other day site received the teresting The eharek was beautifully autograph Philadelphia Rscord decorated aad the staging by the eholr TclophoHc Service was excellent as tteoal The Baplst Last Tuesday night we were impressed staging Is uniformly good Mr A O with the fact that we are in direct con Brtoa eoadaeted the service A geaer aectloa with the rest of the world The cos ooUeotioa We are sot surprised that Mr Nash electicB returns were sent in promptly aaewed Mr MaLeaa under la Ohio bat aad clearly oyer the Cumberland Tele Â¬ phone wires aad we were enabled to we wars tarprleed at his aoaslaattoa This Well the MeLeaa fatally hare hoaors know the news salt occurred eaoagh jaet bow Mm Hasea ia Mrs gratifying state of aftalrs was largely due to the energy and accomodation of our Dewey Oaly this sod nothing more Oar eieter state across the stream is local manager John Harrison who Is tveaqall aad serene politically this year tireless in his efforts to make perfret the bnt la 1000 besides the National elec system of his company and give entire yla patrons tion sue will elect a Governor aad coon- - satisfaction to Brother Duvall had a successful meet Â¬ ing at Highland Mis3 Mona Price our popular teacher has been chilling Mr and Mrs Hugh Green aro in Indi- Â¬ ana for a two weeks stay Stock in the gold mines of Transvaal pays Good time for investment Mrs Richard Willett has returned from a visit to Breekenridge county Mrs Creesop who has been ill at her sisters Mrs Blands since last June is very low As we were coming from Manilou last Saturday eve my attention was directed to an advertiement Daviess County Wlnaky The thought came to me I will not have an opportunity to vote for louttl option in Oloverport but can write ami give my voice to the cause At the foot of the snow capped cloud wreathed Pikes Peak is the beautiful and law abiding city Colorado Springs I cannot say that local option has caused all the peace and quietude of the place bulcan sav that the patriotic noble men had the good of all mankind at heart when they made the chart to say that no saloons or gambling houses can ever be in Colorado Springs To have healthy pure boys we must have healthy pure air to breathe This is what a town minus saloons creates When we really test every father and mother this is what they desire If we desire this atmosphere we will work for it Often our boys wish to be tru stalwart men but with snares on every side it takes a brave soul indeed to withstand the temptations God says The strong shall help the weak If mt at offend thy brother eat no meal so if we want true men we must remove every obstacle before them Some say it kills the town We had better kill the town than kill the soul for it is the soul that lives forever We are the temple of God Friday is the day we receive the BRECKBNRioaa News and I read every line in it I will watch with interest the progress of dear old Oloverport my first love I shall never forget the bitter-sweet reception the ladles of the M E church gave me just before I left God grant that local option may carry by ADP a large majority as a remedy for ivy poison I feel con Â¬ strained to offur a remedy which has been of great benefit as a cure for poison bee sting etc and Is tho beet sheet anchor of our family In all such cases It is tho common green vitriol or cop- Â¬ peras Asa cure for ivy poison I have never known it to fail when given a trial evpn in obstinate cases Make a strong solution by dissolving the oop peras in water and bathe the affected pa t in it thoroughly If the case Is se- Â¬ vere bind a cloth saturated in the solution on the sore and renew often until the pain is allayed I have known sev Â¬ eral cases where i unar of lead and other remedies have failed to yield immedi- Â¬ ately to a few applications of copperas It is also an t xcollent cure for bee stingo and if applied at once will neutralise the poison and prevent the swelling which follows in moet cases As my father keeps b6f andbrntler and myself are painful y aft cted by their advances we always keep n supply of copperas on hand that precious time may not be lost in applying the remedy Lillian M Clark Â¬ Ivy Poison Noticing an article In the Issue recommending the use of sugar BATTLETOWN of 8epr of lead ROCK VALE MissSallie demons is on the sick list Miss Roele Harl has returned home from a long visit Ernest demons of Oumpton 111 is visiting his parents at Rookyale Misses Lellie Denan and Nannie Fisher went to Glendeane Saturday Robert Burton has a large job ef haul Ing ties for the Dean Tie Company Miss Fronle Harl went to Louisville Friday to accept a position as milliner The wheat crop is looking well Good times are oomlng if Taylor Ib not elected Miss Sarah McCarty attended the singing at George Marls Wednesday La Vega Clements of Oweasboro spoke here Tuesday to a good crowd Lafe Harls new store is ready and bis goods are here Lafe is a Hne merchant and we hope he will have a good trade night The Hon Pay ho and Get Beth Papers at Price Of One We want to get 600 subscribers to our paper by New Years and are going to do it if we can we therefore continue our arraagemeat with the Farm Journal by which we can Bead BaaoKnNBiiKiB Nxws aad the Farm Journal 5 years both for 1 00 And we make the same ment The Breekenridge Oannel Coal com Â¬ pany baa offered a reward of 60 for in formation that will lead to theasseetaad New Station Created conviction of the party or parties who Anew station op the branch toad ha Wi re gull y of this atrocious atteeaat toin MlfjaaejAAM almalevftifiei ajawuajp 4tta 1ia been made at the Bennett etoM roads j are weir property aut or sovsieiy Wja You ought te take about two miles out ot Irytetloa wbieh iBJue the parties who wore on tho people every where will b called Tilford la honor of Jerry Toa Haws renortet In conversation with it NOTJCB Tillord a popular wndnelot on that one of the nejsengem It was ealdt Alter it wa ait over I cant for my life We are going to send yon scon a sam Â¬ road see how we all escaped being klllodH ple copy of the Farm Journal free aad Peat at JoKyKMt let It speak for itself Look out for It nmllBJiTaP osvX BBiw sMtlMParntat Kiss Mary Wrignt a bright youag At ntoeno ntu WNI Be Oreatly Mwseo glriefthirtessiuaajgelMdat bar borne Time will be well spaas by those who at Jolty nmUoOetehti tho loth of MJss OnfaeUa Miller The death go to the farmer Inotttnle at Homo In ike CflM eju aartk they J4 W daughter of John Miller of tola county WhM tat am mtt u laVe lad Nov ftth hearimg Mr Omls lecÂ¬ occurred at her home nssr Bardiniamrg Aa4 wa that M ae level ture on keeping the erehard beeHby and Oct nth She was a sweet kivaoie girl Wewia aaw a Ufa to brief productive Mr Wolfe will toll yon how and will be greatly missed by her many Typhoid Pevor he has improved old worn out soil aaaf friends Typhoid feer claims another victim cjsdd money e very year with oewnese and cri uiaon clover Be at the IaotUhm early in the Garden family near Irvington Hen drove Improving This time it is Bssuie the youag daagh M mday morning and etay until the Hon Q K Groves of Tobiasport who ler of Mr Bob 0rien who dM receutly ke Tuaenay night Six ausloaa was reported as being seriously ill Is im- of the same dieses and who wes U at JawfJIVCanXjaa proving- Be has been soJfering con tbethso ot het rather cWth- - Howes new txIUYHlfjthnisssjRt M borietl In Ohio county Toosday of last idoNbly of late with raooJeMltsm mid m offer to all old subscribers who will pay all arrearages aad one year In advance You know what our paper la and the Farm Journal Is a gem practical pro Â¬ gressive a dean honest useful paper full of gumption full of snashlne with Why Hen Do not Go to Church Men stay away from church because thoy do not want to go that is the sim- Â¬ ple naked truth about the matter The question Why do they not want to go is anotlnr matter Various answers may be Kivtm to it Many doubtless bjcome so securalized as to have lost all sense of their sinful Â¬ ness aud lost oonditlon and so all sense These men are not of need of salvation under any audi moral pressure as would lead them to attend church They have nothlrg to attend for indeed they usu Â¬ ally have some other place to which to go to theclalis the races Ac -- and the going to which shows that it is not over- Â¬ work that kexps them from church There are other non churchgoers who have some appreciation of sin and salvation who have been ehurohgoers but who find nothing in the church servioes that meet the needs of their lost souls They bsoomo weary of moral essays reform harangue political diatribes social istlc platltudsr and sensationalism gen Â¬ erally and so let their wives and daugh Â¬ ters do the ohurebgolng Another reason doubtless Is that the religous atmosphere and the newspapers are so permeated and saturated with the new Infidelity that discredits the Bible and practically dispenses with sin and salvation that multitudes have been turned against the churches that still hold to these vital truths and regard the Bible as the word of God Why should men go to church if the Bible is a mass of myths and legends if there baa never been any fall except a fall upward aad if sin is only an Incident praiseworthy rather than otherwle ln the evolution ary struggle for progress and perfection And this cal s un still soother reason and that is that much of the preaching has lost lis grip ea the souls of men be Â¬ cause there is nothing in It concerning the vital Bible doctrines of sia and atone Â¬ ment that always stir mens souls What docs the preacher stand for if not for selvatioii Whatever bis culture hi brilliancy hi emartaees he will ia due time preach out his congregation if he fail to appeal to this deepest need of human eouls Homlletlc lUview Â¬ Â¬ Success to the Nxws Rev J B Haynes is Buffering from a fall received last week Mrs Chap Bennett went to Rat Run one day last week Rev J B Haynes and family dined with Ohas Bennett Thursday Mrs Gbaa Bennett and Mrs J B Haynes visited at Rat Run last week Little Davie Bennett was thrown from a horce last Thursday and dislocated his arm Ohas Youtsler of Paynesville was here last week surveying land for D O Thompson Miss Mamie Stuart who has been ill with typhoid fever has recovered and is at home again The play parly given by Mr and Mrs M J Bennett last Thursday night was enjoyed by all MJ Bennett and D O Thompson our enterprising merchants have laid in a beautiful assortment of winter goods We understand the Indiana SawMill Co will leave Liberty ritrht soon for Oweusboro Ky They have done an exteusive business at that place this fall We congratulate Mr Stith on being of this county Mm Representative Stith is au industrious and educated man and we wish him a worthy record The Republican rally at this place last Wednesday night was interrupted by some Paradise bottom boys who misbe- Â¬ haved quite badly We trust our friends will do better when they come again We are thaukful that the county helps provide for its paupers and widows but we dont consider it an act of justice for an able bodied man who has a good in come to allow the county to provide for his mother I notice In the Nkws that there are weddings taking plane In other sections of the county but it has been some time since we had one here Last sum- Â¬ mer the preachers got up so much com- Â¬ petition that the rate were lowered and matrimony was on a boom Henoe at present candidates are scarce but I hope tbirgi will brighten at Christmas time I 4 DcvHs Work An ingenious but unsuccessful attempt was made oa Monday morning last to wreck the train of the Breekenridge Oannel Coal company at trestle numberiw seven about three miles from Oloverport A vleoe of two inch plank wa placed across the rail at one of the high Â¬ est points oa the trestle aad exactly op Â¬ posite it was placed a block of wood about two and a half feet long pointed toward the train in such a way as to raise the ear or engine and throw it from the track which would undoubted Â¬ ly haye caused the trestle to collapse and precipitate the whole train to the bottom of the trestle Fortunately the block of wood in the middle of the track caught on a brake beam which broke the block of wood turning over lifting the ear with t then falling down through the trestle the car fortunately setting back on the track Tbli was the second attempt to wreck this train within the past few weeks the track having been spiked at the Lallelet woods a short time before The train however paeted over it without derail Â¬ J 4 I tralnpF Veuag sjaggeisagsssjuj gnjv ejsssn ua gges sBBBuefjeuue week saa Jr hlMWaBnlarllBsisBSSBWBSSSSSn bw Jm a- - iiariiamjaufiini - fr - f CvX Ptoriect HmIIi tCnsm t u MBimiBM JKaBfnpirB t WWH 4Vfim sail WlffJVi Be biaA fMiAHSLar Vrv rsanJrj V th I U tm frfect or- il UM of For ickhbadJnMdaria iouiness coniJon aqd kin rt dred diseaWabsoutc cure si X 6 6 TOft Liver PiiW rc uktcthebowei A vio aWBody Produce y Jtraporaied fruits at Sttlaors If aot in town fta to fakers Ye will And the prettiest Use at 8lr aera Xvaporated peaehss and aprieets at Bailors Dixie Miller of Sample was la town Monday Mike Popham went to Louisville yesterday Staple and faney groceries at the City Bakery Vlrge Wilson left Thursday for Louis- Â¬ ville John Morton has returned to George- Â¬ town I L M trlinll and little son were ia town last Wednesday Currant figs dates and prunes all fresh goods at Sutlers There are pome people who really are not advocates of good roadc This eteetloa ha been a harvest for the dally newspapers The saloons were all closed Sunday by order of the Councilman Jerry Gaunane engineer on the branch railroad was in town Sunday HughFrymlre and wife end Mn Hun- Â¬ ter of Sample spent Thursday here Sheriff Burton Rnd Jtimes Harris of Herdinsburtr wern in town yesterday Tony Klrst of OamiHlton a popular merchant tailor was in Ibe city yesterday Ben B Johnson of Ninholasvflle vis Â¬ ited the Hon Jonas D Wilson last week Mrs Dr Wm Miluer 8r of Union Star was the guest of Mn D U Severs Saturday Mr Minor Harrington of Muldraugb is the guest of his sister Mrs Joseph Seymour P M RIgdon of I onisville passed through this place one day last week en ronte to Pateevillp Misses Carrie Graham nnd Delia Batt spent Sunday in Oannelton the guests ot Mrs Statira Batt Mr Wilburn Gregorv and Miss Pearl Keller spent Sunday in Oannelton the guests of Miss Lzze Batt A L Oelz proprietor of the Star Roll er Mills has brightened the appearance of his mill by repainting it Kinneth Ferry fireman off the branch railroad was in town Saturday and Sunday mingling with his old com- Â¬ rades Mrs George Reese and little daughter Geneleve of Pineville spent severs days here last week on their way to Hawesville The Misses Bowroer entertained in honor of Mies Young of Morganfield Wednesday evening Miss Bernice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind will be the guest of Miss Annie Hambleton this week Bobby Walthour of Atlanta Ga broke the worlds professional paced bi- Â¬ cycle record for five ten and fifteen miles at the Panama track Monday Â¬ aallw imji SAND CAVE FLAT Il LOCUST HILU WeddlMg boUs are ringing G F Askln Is on the siek list fj t s PfalorMM wm k iihMiii fef e Mejfn Ri viVBBasjfi iSvWfl tofckmrit TUTTS er FILLS BreckeM News fr S S to - MaaBiaB8aeBiiiiii AS X C TUok W5 in Drier A- A A -- v mikt ao t 44444 44444lX jprMv4tr0 at Jale 81ppels yei rftees aad waa propof ee bur at Suiters jfJne of ladies ooreeta at Sulaers vqers served any old way atSlppels jj Aipwa nouse n Jloverport is need Â¬ ed A you know Oloverport had a soup hW ur ay Mi SIBFiP WB JBM I idway suffered a destructive fire fday Prepare yourself for the cold weather IS coming Good roads is a revenue of wealth to Jv y county John Burka spent several days here aat week Trading was exceptionally good in town Saturday Robt McQufflu lof Hardinsburg was in town yesterday Mr Sanford Geary fireman on engine J Little Mangle Sherroa has the typhoid fever People here are about through gatherÂ¬ nj ing BOTH Sttooees to the bow press Mr Johnnie Cook made hie asaal trip AeaatUa1 aatamsr weather Sunday The health of onf oommHnity is good John Beavin spent Sunday with Miss the wife of Oration Cash Alios Beavin Bottito man November 8th a fine girl Mr Ulehard Newman traveled the Mrs John Cashman is visiting her rooky road Sunday son Grafton Gaehman and wife John Askln of MiQuady seems to be Againaldo has a baby boy whleli is very fond of eoon hunting named George Wasbit g on Agninald M m Savannah Overton is teaching a Pay ap and rwiew your subscription suooew ful school at thin place to the Nkws aad have h part in tba new MUs Sarah Mattingly Is just recover- Â¬ prise ing from a severe attack of typhoid fever Henry Ploek of Jewleyvilh1 was the Miss Annie Whcatley has been spend- Â¬ guest of bis brother Pmlip Pioek last ing a few days with Mies Kelly Bland Sunday Mim Lasie Goomfrs has adjourned her Mrs A 8 Brown read a paper before Literary until the big meeting is over Sam Jacksons smile has become chron- Â¬ theWO T U Otnveutlon at Belvl dere 111 whioh was published in the ic he is boarding the school mistress New Voles in which she offered tome Mr Willie McQuady of Tar Oreek suggestions in answer to the question visited his uncle Mr Sam Jackson last How can women work for prohibition week And the first one is that women should Sammie Snule Beavin and Frank push their temperance oonvictions baok llinton vteht to Louisville to attend the upon the church and it is well known Carnival that women are zealous church workers Quite a larf crowd was nirely enter-taint-- d And they are in a position to mould the at I ho home of Miss To rasa Bea- Â¬ sentiment of the next generation on this vin Sunday aa well as on other question There Mitts Mury Be via has returned home are many ways by which women with Â¬ out a vote can aid prohibition in from a pleasant visit to friends and relathe tives wio live on the pike fluencu of women aa mothers sisters Mr John Keith came out one day last wives and sweethearts is a greater factor in securing temperance and reform than week to erect a mouument for Mrs Sam their votes could possibly be And the tit 1 Beavin at St Marys church church is certainly the avenue through A1II1 Machinery Repaired which they shou d work Isaac Norton a farmer near Hardins-Â¬ Seek sonic sealoui work o do Humbly choote the better pari burg was in town last week to vet his Shame the talis deed with the true mill machinery repaired at the shops From Oar JmM tHM M awart Ai mfc Uw frost hi aitrf1rif BtMatii b may Â¬ OwUnsJrtf me mr Itowii Wtwih tin MMgterf atmlta Congressman Botkins Statement WAstriHOToir r- - THE Dr S B Hartman Celttmlus Mr Dcab Dootob DO April 1 19W gives mo pleasure to certify to the exoelloat euratlve qaalltiea of your medietas It O WL n 2 vm Hon CoagrMtman-at-LargPe-rn-- na e J D BoTKra from Kansas or less for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the atomaaa and eonstipation a residence in WashÂ¬ ington has increased these troubles A few bottles of your medicines hare afflicted more and Man-a-ll- n I have bees Three Prices gives ma almost complete relief and X am sure that a continuation of their use will effect a permanent cure is surely a wonderful edy for eatarrhal affections J D BOTON Pe-ru-- 250 U00 and 350 And styles in Toes all the latest the temple of thy heart The great Architect above Will nit count thy labor naught Though thy silent work of love Hne no mljhty Istusi wrought WANTSJ Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion Â¬ lllsofFontbealcklist JP qre Mr and Mrs John Miller of Sample were in town Monday shopping Mies Ida Bagot of tlardin Grove Ind was in town Wednesday shopping If not Do you wear Douglas Show you ought too Tuey are the best Mr Lindsay Graham and Miss Pourl Ferrigo spent Sunday in Cannellon Miss Sallie Gregory has returned from a visit to Evanaville and Oannelton Dr S S Watkina and daughter Sue Roberts spent Friday evening here Mrs John A Barry has returned from a visit to relatives at Schooners Point Mrs A B Sklllman and daughter Margaret spent Wednesday in Header eon Mr Wabe of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Ella Robertson a lew days last l Hope sweet crescent Von afir Pi I U thee on to higher deeds Faith an eer blaring- star Through the doubt an 1 darkness leads Seen tie Hgaatare OASTOXIIA J9 Special The engagement of Miss May Allen SEVERAL BRIGHT AND WANTED perons to represent us as Mana Moorman and Mr James A Deane both gers In this and close by counties Salary too a of this plan1 has been announced The year and expenses Straight bona fideno more no Irss salary Position permanent Our refer marrlftgs will take place at Goshen ences any bank in any town It is maialy office church Thursday November 23rd at work conducted at home Reference Enclose selfsddressed stamped envelope The Dominion 4 Popular Couple Glkndkank Kv Nov 13 A SULZERS Telephone 5 Bin The KM Yw Haw Always BtngM oclock Jim Deane is one COMrANY Dept 3 Chicago of our most energetic and successful young farmers His so- Â¬ cial nature wit and sterling qualities combine to win him a host of friends BEWLEYVILLE The bride-to-b- e is the daughter of B II Moorman well known in this section Meade county is not so Democratic as and a most popular girl whose beauty of she was face is q lulled by her sweetness of dip Paul Htirdaway was over at Branden position and graciousness of manner burg Sunday Tin ir mny friends here and else whtro wish them all possible success Miss Sarah Jordan is home from a vis and happitiss i to relatives f These fine frosty days are suggestive of hog killing TTOIt SALE jo acres of land on the waters of sugar iree uun aunut tnree iourtns 01 a nine from Lodeburg The land is partly cleared with dwelling house and barn Apply to WM MIL NEIl Union Star a A Healthy Schoolboy or girl exercises the feet thoroughly jumping running skipping sliding on the way to school This exer- Â¬ cise LBOAL BLANKS TOR Forms J AU NEWS of Legal Blanks OFFICE lUDGE SALE TUITION Blank Deeds and Mortg aees aad BRECKEN FOR SALE Certificate College IIRBCKENRIDGENEWS in Bryant Louisville Ky OFFICE btratton Apply to Wears out shoes The boy cant help it its natural but its tough on his fathers pocket book I havo recently added a line of Likely to Come Back EDGEWOOD BEKK8HIRB8 weetci The finest and purest line of confeo tlonanes are being sold at the City Bak- Â¬ ery Ladies skirts a handsome line of this class of goods is being displayed at Su- Â¬ iters Have you eaten any of the Oltv Bak- Â¬ They are real good Mr and Mrs Wm Hanks and daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Liscle spent Sunday in Steph enaport Girls are the dearest things ic the world when American beauties are worth one dollar apiece At the last sitting of the Board of CouBoilnen Marshal Graham resigned and John Hall appointed instead Newly married ooaples shonld desig Â¬ nate the brides trunk by this inscription This is the brides trunk Mr 8 8 Water of Louisville is dead He was a member of Waters Garland deader in mill supplies There are a great many men who are interested in the ondltioH ef Salt river It is the most bouyaat water known Mrs Bmsfaear of West Point a former resident of this ptaee visited her son Rhaaell Brashear last week Ool Green Hays formerly State Sen Â¬ ator from Lovisville djed at Untoej Ky JJtMjdny M was a man ef mush prom- - erys ham sandwiches IK I Preparation for the Institute Hardinsbuho Kv Nov 13 8psclal The oitisens of Hardinsburg should not overlook the fact that the Farmers In stitute will meet here the 20th and 30tb of this month No doubt ample arrange- Â¬ ments will be made to entertain the members while among us and a meeting should be held at once looking to that end There will be a pretty large delega- Â¬ tion here as we are the central point in the county There are many farmers living near this place who have never attended one of these meetings bnt have often expressed a desire to do so Now they ean and doubtless will be present and it will be a meeting that will interest all farmers Those who have not at tended aa institute should not fail to be present on the 39th An elaborate pro gram will be arranged wbioh will make the meeting of interest to all Reduced Rates All farmers attending the Farmers Institute at Rome lad Nor 27th and 38th may seeare reduced rates over the Henderson Route Ask for tlokets for the purpose of attending the Institute Ferriage across the Ohio river one half regular rates Free entertainment for all farmers aad families theVettlewr The Best Offiae department eetabHsb the free raral Dr 8am Bryant of Norvin Ofaaseellor of Tar Fork was in Miss Katie Beahrieh of Mt Vernon town Wednesday He oUd at this effiee awl Renews his subscription for Ind is at the country homestead of her aunt Mrs Obas Tlnias at Holts aad and daughter Miss will remain some weeks Miss Beahrieh Mrs Mary Baitt Hmma Kasey and Miw Stta Garter have is a yooBg lady of rare beauty and is retorMd home from Viae Greve where possessed of many otheipofsoaal charms nsilllMaHepaSMNBBBasBise la Holts Bottom Mr Ctiris Swaggot who formerly re- Â¬ Mrs Mary Orendorf is the guest of Dr sided at tliiu place but now of Owens and Mrs Walker boro is in the city and will remain a Mrs Ernest Hardaway continues to week visiting his friends Mr Swaggot visit her relatives here likes Owenaboro but says Oloverport is Wm Kasey bad a telephone box put the only town in the state and dont be Rurpripi d to see me coming lack in his house Friday Mrs Gilbert Kasey is visiting her rel- Â¬ Thomas Taylor Sanders atives in Meade county There is a new inmate at the home of The election is this way and that way 0 W Sanders of Balltown It is a son and altogether makes things exciting and has bi en christened Thomas Tay- Â¬ Mr and Mrs John Beavin were at- Â¬ lor tending services at Mt Morino Sunday Mrs G W Richardson has been quite Uncle Sam Investigating sick for some time and does not yet imAn account of all the mails carried prove wai kept throughout the country from Miss Gertrude Blanford from 111 is a October 3rd until November the 7th in guest of her uncle Ohas Blanford and order to see the amount of business done family in the poet office department in one Mr and Mrs Ohas Drury were at Ir month In this office the out going mall for the vlngton Friday the guests of Dr Moor time mentioned weighed 1779 pounds man aud wife Mrs Oharlie Gross and Miss Mary and a fraction and it required 2370 Payne are visiting their parents Mr and pounds of sacks to carry it Mrs Tom Payne Bro Well has announced a protracted meeting to begin at the Methodist church Thursday evening Farmers are busy gathering corn We bppe to be done by Thanksgiv ng and ready to have leisure to be tbankfal for both oora and leisure Messrs Blanford and Figgett were a Freedom Sunday attending the funeral 1 Ask your physician this ques- aad burial of Mr Jala Dowell wnat is ine one great tion Miss Blanche Jolly came home Taes 1 1 remedy for consumption day from Louisville where she spent He will answer Cod liver last month the guest of Mrs Tom Ditto oil Nine out of ten will and Misses Lula Nannelly and Mollle Otarksoa answer the same way Â¬ BREED the kind that win as the record ol my herd at Indianapolis and Springfield this year will attest I showed only animals ol my own breeding and captured a good percentage ol the desirable prlres The prise winning boar Head- Â¬ light Jr 43999 lid old Arttul Duke soth In Pigs of their get or sale My brood service sows are of best American and English strains Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Kv I Mail Orders d- Dinneaas fur 7SC ruo bus or calling cards joe loo state Dennison tats Soc loo noteheads ments loo 7jc ioo envelopes 60 100 gummed labels ixs Have 35c We pay all transportation charges B your copv plain and unmistakable C LEATIIE Printer Norwood Mass Solicite- We send you School Shoes designed to meet the needs of those who can not afford to buy shoes every two or three weeks for that boister- Â¬ They will stand all kinds of hard knocks ous boy keep out the wet when he stops to wade through a mud puddlo and at the same time look well This is a special invitation for you to bring that boy in and have him fitted Hell like tho shoes and so will you 7c Company DepL 3 Chicago EVERAL UHIG11T AND WANTED -S-persons to represent us as Mana Â¬ gers in this and clow by counties Salary 19jo a year and expenses Straight bona fide no more no less salary Position permanent Our refer enees any bank in any town It is mainly office work conducted at home Reference Enclose self addressed stamped envelope Tits Dominion WANTED 10 GOOD MEN To Act As Agents TERMS MADE KNOWN BY APPLYING TO THE HIGHLAND NURSERY CtOVERPOflT KY L SHELLMAN IRVINGTON 111 CO KY m m tn m m m mmmm ASH VOIR DOCTOR I t t MsVVVVtVV i Make up There are nnmeroBs beggars aad as la the days of good old Mother Goose they wear a variety of clothing One is often pawled to knew what to do with them knowing well the anoertainty of their claims will not nail delivery erriM la Kaatnoky until the reoeat Obenaalt will lesatoiH the fntnraat Irrlngton He a mmlm prpcttoa at tfctt nlae aad Was Aa a Take ot Lava Tba editor of Um Ftwm Joaraal asks Akmataaa Dm Holts Bottom road is of th CfanMlt section Way bare a mortgage oa Um farm might bo oallod a oave or poor oroes sour broad grip kale AXtgrm M upon tli dMBcilaen something that la the Usctsd Ttoy iwm eJeetad possibly tbaia might have been a boaoe roof hole ia the pookot aicalaiaa ia the rMny undV th smWsm of a PoHreanive 0 tsWsosmeaj massaBj emaBmimipaB Ts aapasi ovfflts SfBJSsrW eJeeot or any other pain or troabie there h a wboa yon oaa got the Farm Irary body hi wMh with to rata bat aovor-the-leMflM Joafaal for to tba start Mmt wilt wake unique boase bailt aadar atotbor earth tba balaaoa of aad all of W0 1H1 eatWMasas Waisjr work and aa afcsjtto Mght aad oased with plaaa 1W aad 1MI nearly Ave years by pgr The opening k towards the Ohio rivor lar a vear ia advanaa for tba BnaoKHM plat aaajN go In Olortipott aad at one sad tasto ptojoew a joint Yiilatiajr Dm broom mla4UNfa of of stove pipe Utroaali the walk aiBoXxwf Cntayoii oaa aa if you Biat too IsUe Um eoswlv aMt at Mm Palmer Hotasf in aad these who happea at this de msj JwaPsmm r WJa VPr sBss OTpp jP aartod looking piaos bomM dark I should Ik year TWodtnar ImMsj M000 tons Br latfs Oaafk iyrmp lawriahly Jades wom more tbaa baper to lad kl oi6sisd an tfce Ttadtog Revival Webster is a fine place to attend ohureh The people of Jolly Station are enjoy and get a good dinner To find agreea lag a good old time revival JUvJ M ble oompaqy and avail ones soil of these Wtaa a Baptist minister from Frlaoe- - privileges oa a lovely day ia autumn war SBmo na TJsssBWWfJaSiaaJJ WV oHJrBVlpBaK oaat brings o mind the days of Auld Jang latatast is Mag maalfssUd eyaeM Ka7 Â¬ fttioUa liver oil The plain oil dis Â¬ turbs the stomach and takes away tft appetite The dis Â¬ agreeable fishy odor and taste make it almost unen- Â¬ durable What is to be done This Question was arts wered wnen we first made when persons have consumption they loathe all fatty roods yet rat is neces- sary for their recovery and tney cannot iane piain coa Yet Your Mind Before it is too Late Winter ia faat anproaohinK and now is tha opportune tima to buy your fwiUnga Wa ara S praparad to maat your wants We show an iflaeae Uro and guarantea flair and hoaaat 1 i I Best Values and I the cheapest I bargains We have the bast value and the oheapset bargains in SHOES of any house in town They are here for sale and muat go We only ask a email profit on shoes say 10 per cent to introduoe our goods and show you what we can do The old time merchant who is still holding his goods for a profit of 35 and 80 por eent is a back number it doesnt matter how muoli capital he has the consumer oannot afford to pay auoh prices It is his bua ineas to hunt out the bargains We have titan Give us a trial tip oa Mens pants and Boys suite and see what we ean do for you in that line also aa m EMULSION ofCod LrverOHwUhHypo phosphites AHhouch thai ago I SCOTTS yt 1 daaliBga I in i mtimM iMldbBtaG I MOB torn Its pOQm rwaaty slock of rk aBBnvaa w iwsmpoasnjaeaiaoo oioaaj9BpBaaP ufii at uumttmmrwwm w mm mmtmf aaaaallooe and who looks thia Hi bsW titor saM tnsas aa tboofft the whole thing bslooc sd to hUn has given uj the Idea of sh earing a rig to investigate the oondition of the Mao along the different rentes He taken 8riuy n tlituitfliioprito o day and aliuit w l tnlag mo irwi Â¬ - Cum- - iaUr K iHst k tkt X ha caatsry ike ipssJInt cum jjMsaaso aa indtoalsoa of M laaUlllotlM taxoat eltaac aa4 Ivioft aboftrr barutg takoa op his abode tbaro Jh a tltae for soma ralloa wan loft as a Mod At Aaokorago jpmttbem with AU sTwSasMiE W M MSMRMnf Mf ssstMVOU MRMssMi 1SM was nearly twtnty frve years 1 it stands atone to day the one great remedy for all affections of the throat and lunis Th bad task ami otferrurvc taken away the 4 HhV ha baen partly A jfesUd and the most mm fltrVt ftOMKlt SjUeCtt 10 K MfSjy t o Smith lrtvevOVCKsj PORD8VILUB Jmmm rr - if 0 PERFECT wainiiMTgD COMBINATION lmy SCALES IUUH SOX roRKtrcn BKAJC ANU nuiiuT paid KNO BtftY Uln CHtMPfltT Mrs Ad Jsag o who was lormorly a rasartsal m tato aiase bet who aad lor aaay saarn llod ia Mni obofsa died at the latlar pUoo but Wednesday Mrs I i n Ure H M jtw flsjsj sj Watt east Loakj I f kw sjsi 1 jj PERF Addreaa 3 nosMsVsss f N -- g Hardinsburg ssaMMMsJBMMRsVBVBSSsWSsSBaBJEQBSBMsasS i g l 15 MHfi 6ry T1Tsff why M CHrw M irony casct of early consumption r vtn in swKcrt4 it bttne fart I N SCALES JoMta or BiNaHAMTON nuumuuimuumiiiut r t gj t C I t M 1 ECLIPSE Up Thi Town Hout - Ky I I o4 IiNuHIWTON 1 V 11 t - il c I SI c H- - - j i f ID k JCC TTINQ READY ir THE BRECKErV jtPmlKfcJttk U All UK aaflaaaaaaal FOR WINTER wb c NORM InmiFlCS -- Ill i I Em LY4rm WAfBTriH WF Primary Intermediate Preparatory Teachers nj a 4u HARDINSBUR KY First Twm of Pire Motttitt An Important Step Wth Good Farmers AND BfhLeillW 4 Instructors Practical thorough aUauwiaeftle No school in thU eotWf n and women swa bfWrs superior indwoemenls COURSES AND TUlTlOA 1 76 per month M getentlAi urai- Board TH STUDY CARE er Ohio NEEDED 10 per mouth T KwaaHSBBBBBBaV aaaWwBeaHaHaWaT HFMi BftV ajHavjjjjay aaaaaaaaTaafr mmmWt BBaaBBBaMaBwBnBBBBaaawaPaaBSSaaaaaaH I SO IX i7Si A For further information aad catalogue A Autumn Care of Young Stock Many farm rs ti jfct Mielr young anl m lis In tlm fall The spring oalvefl had been well rained so long afl they had the milk and bran and oat rations they were left in a thriving condition ami made good Krowth Too many were put ration left off to gras with th s dry tiina for winters quarters and before the are left during the cold and Wft weatlu r of Nov without nheltfr Not only do they rnn down in flsh but too lay the foundation for permanent disease Commence giving Bhelter clover or other sweet hny and some kind of grain ra tiou This will prevent the los of fiesn which is so desirable for young stock to hold during the winter Upon the ap proach of severe cold they should be put Into winter tiiiHiterBaml have good care throughout the winter and then a ro- Â¬ bust thrifty and profitable animal is as aured Tue voting coUh are very apt to suffer after weaning by belni exposed to the raw and chilly weather in autumn These should be looked after in time to pre Â¬ vent the loss of fl sh and prepare them for the winter storms which aro bo dis astrous to the weak coir But of all young stock the spring lambB sutler mewt during the cold rains of the fall and early winter without slu lter The saturated wool becomes thoroughly keeping thorn for hours after a rain in a chilly condition causing them to cough andsneziand suffer intensely They should have a trough where they can be fed quite larly in the fall on oats or better bran and oats Good treatment at this season will not only give them strong muscles and good constitutions but will cause them to produce a heavier and more valuable fleece of wool in the spring It will also pay the 11 ck master to care well for the breeding ewes To neglect them will cause many weaklings both in carcase and ileece and quite oft- Â¬ But few en in premature parturition faruibis at this daynegleot their stock as was customary 15 or 20 years ago but there areBOme who have good barns and Bheds that leave their stock in the fields until the very cold and stnere winter basset in D 10 S ROBERTS Jr A B dent BhJ tbli wrl Are laj daV aba la a i fl Tei WS Tej Ooi Â¬ fin wa ooi loi fi en tb di w ti RI Bl io tc n Â¬ h u ii ri After the unusual hot weather which often ccruis in Oct end Nov should the cold rains Ret in every stock breeder No should be prepared for the change kind of arm work will pay so well it is in keeping with this subject to be careful with the hay and fodder com No waste should occur as there will be a scarcity iu many sections of the country Be erne not to stint the animal but do not waste The dtiiry cow especially those that havi come iuto service in the fall should get a hi rd ration of griin in Home shape Kive her strength to endure the ctmi u ablrt weather and to keep her in coniliimn to secure a good flow of milk riili in butter fats To have a pro Utah dairy cow during the winter she must be well fed early in the full Do not fillow he advice of a stingy feede but feed well and regulaily lie will say the cow will run to flesh and not pay to milk in that condition My cows give tin most and richest milk when in good 1 sh Whether our farm animals are young or old we should endeavor to keep the in so far as possible from losing the 11 sli made during tne fall grazing season that they may he prepared to start in g ol flesh next spring U Bak RUNNING SORE AffOr uia year except in the southern and western states can get little feed except that given them This fact should be care- Â¬ fully noted A horse worth 160 now taav with proper care be worth 60 more next spring or for want ot such care be worth 50 lss 8o there is 100 depending upon how you take care of oao single animal for four months The Barn e rule will apply to other animals of less value If a farmer has 2 000 worth ot live stock now I mean stock that would sell for that much at a oash Bale howBhould he manage to make them sell for 36 cent more next spring Preparing Bees For Winter By seeing that they are regularly fed Bees ought to be prepared for winter and watered every day kept in comfort- Â¬ before very col 1 weather sets In When able quarters clean dry and airy The the fall hooey crop is removed from the feed consumed and tbe cost of attend Â¬ hive it is none too early to begin In ance may be worth so much and all the middle states the beginner will have above that is clear gain besides tbe ma- Â¬ better results by wintering on the Bum Â¬ nure mer stands Cellar wintering requires On the other hand If the stock is more experience and watchfulness worth no more in spring than now or The first requisite to successful wintering worth less the owner is not fit for the is to have bees enough to cover at least business I believe that as a rule stock four Langstroth frames They should receives the poorest tieatment of the year have fiom 20 to 30 pounds of good ripe during the late fall and early winter honey If lacking in stores they should This is the very period when the animal be fed good granulated sugar one cup should have the best care Every far and a half of sugar to one cup of hot mer knows that it is half the battle to water making a syrup of the right con Â¬ bring his stock through to steady fodder- Â¬ sistency If you have on hand some ex Â¬ ing in good condition If a 11 ick of tracted honey aJd a few tablespoonfols sheep comes to the barn in December which wilt prevent its granulating Bees pinched and scrawny it will leave the will winter well on good sugar which is bam in the spring thinned in numbers about the only substitute that can be with wool loose and ready to be pulled used Unripe honey or honey dew often off by the first bramble it touches and kills the bees in winter as they cannot depreciated more than the cost of win- Â¬ stand a long confinement on such food tering If the cons come to the stable If the bees are in a double walled and foddering pinched and thin by rea chaff1 hive nothing more is necessary son of frost bitten pastures and heavy If in a hive of single thickness an outer milking the owner need not be sur-Â¬ case of some sort should be put over the prised if half of them lose their calves hive but in no wise close up tbe en- Â¬ or their lives during the winter The trance Bees need plenty ot fresh air noises are not usually bo much neclect Tim hive entrance should be left optn ed as other stock The young cattle and lull width which will also prevint the milch rows the hoga and sheep too often combs from becoming moldy On warm have to shift lor themselves after receiv- Â¬ day during winter when the thermome ing an armlul ot corn fodder or whatever ter registers 60 degrees or more the bees Is convenient especially i the weather will fly out for a cleansing flight after be cold and that is the time thiy most which they will be able to stand another need the beet attention Young grow- Â¬ month of rigorous weather With cellar ing cattle and milch cows need shelter wintering I have bad no experience but in cold weather and they thrive best on the conditions necessary are to have a ground feed steamed and it takes so well ventilated cellar kept dark with an much less feed when properly prepared even temperature of about 45 degrees iu this way With a little roughness Some time in November right after the fodder or straw the young cattle are bees have had a good flight rgmove kept growing all winter and the milk them to the cellar selecting the time to cows will have plenty of good milk The ward evening The bees should be question is just here Labor is too high handled as gently as possible to keep to raise grain to feed out in the broad- Â¬ them from filling themselves with hoc cast wasteful nay ey for it will be from four to five months The hogs too want constant care and before they will have a cleansing flight good feeding from the time they oan If an even temperature quietness dark ness and ventilation are secured success crack corn until they are ready for mar- Â¬ ket but more especially through the Is assured F G Herman winter Make it a rule either to feed Autumn Feeding ol Farm Stock your stock or giye the business your per- Â¬ Boys and eveu men Farm animals at Jhis season of the sonal oversight who have no particular interest in be animals too often throw the feed into the troughs without oaring to see that they are olsan or Oram the hay into the raoks over the remains of the last feed ing on whioh the animals have breathed until the stuff has become disgusting to them D W Thomas Onio bushels of N J seed They grew nicely went into the winter iu Bplendid condi- lion and when snow left in the spring were green and healthy There was aJ great d al of snow and it went suddenly 11 diug the field A strip on one side of my oat bid was higher than the rest and the oats there escaped drowning They grew rapidly ripened with the wheal yielded well for the straw and altoge her were a very nice sample of heavy white oats I came to the conclusion that had it not been for the flood I should have bad a fine crop of oats bo tried again sowing two acres on high ground The balance of the field was put in wheat Both wintered well and ua le a good growth in the spring land Bummer but imagine my surprise when it came time for them to head to find not six heads of oats in the whole patch There was nothing but chm and I mowed it for hay Now where did that chess come from There waa none in the adjacent wheat patch J A Mc therson Genesee Co N Y Â¬ Experience With Winter Oats Iu S pt a few yeais ago I put in HARDINSBURG KT New York Dental Parlors A FAMILY OF BOBR SHARPSHOOTERS Oom - AND PRESIDENT KRUGER 642 FOURTH STREET BUT CiMAKEINNO MISTAKE PLACE OET54 nb THE RIGHT AJkST 0 LeadK Tailor Paul Kruger the shrewd president of the South African Republic was born in tbe Transvaal 74 years ao nud has been president since 1862 The Boer nrmy Is small There are only about 20000 men of military age but Ivirj- innn nnd lwy is a crack shot as the British learned to their cost at Krugersdorp Llngsnek and Majuba II111 The accompanying cut shows a typical Boer family group every male member being a sharpshooter ESTABLISHED 1888 rr ii pr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ON HIS ANKLE iqqio l Prepare the Barn for Winter It will now be a timely thing to do Fill the windows with glass wherever this been broken The barn should be pnvlded with tight shutters outside which will be great protection against the cold making a dead air snaoe which is one of the best non oonduotorsof heat and these should be elosed in the sold eet weather Double sashes in the win dowa of the stables result In a great sav ing of heat It has been found that oiie third of the heat bom fuel consumed In the dwelling boose is lost by pateluff through the clsM And this wests wholly preveated by doubting the Msh whloh is easily does by screwing ths second one over the permasent one on the inside In the spriag Mtsse extra sashes may be easily rseseved for ths summer This ol course applies to ths house as well as the stables li4S Â¬ Ol llllGHOU UUIUU Ptinata soros and ulcere which refuse to heal under ordinary treat- mertkcomechronioanddeef Wld Hry a BUrfl Prowers 5hmN PrwKs for Winter Tbe fruit grower must be a willing worker and to be successful be must be a pusher and over wody to take time by the forelock lie moot be la adraaos -out erery toujo of impurity fn the Wood and In thk war rather than babied with the work The oetoM permamwiU the mot obstinate deep seated sore or ulcr It aatoh or the strawberries aad oompost Ja the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and cor for raspberries blackberries eurrsuta top 5 8 K1 or other mineral fcoaeina8 stoseberti sad LueretSa dewberries owes OoMtaffcui Blood Poison Scrofula Caaoer Oatarrk sienid aw b leady sear the asrdea Rhetunatiam Bores Uloen Bolls or any other Wood trouble Iuaial Asseaaas the ground m Iroaea hard b B b nouung can take its plao Moagh to beer ap tbe bones aad wa ValuabM books mmiiti bee brBwihSpuUo Company Atkuftto G M pat the nmleh on the strawberry Imi but did m no good I Ifcsn tried vsrlotu blood rewsdisN without tbe least buwHt 8 8 wax m hlt hlr reeom eaendsi that I oonotedei to try UwuM the etoot was woodsrraL seemed Io get r1tit at the seat of the It disease and foroe the notson out and I was boon com jOetal ouwd Swifts SpeoWo tlMt t entire circulation is in a dopraved condition They ar9 a mvw drain ujwti the system and are con etanfly sappinjr away the vitality In every awe the poison muii be eliminated from the blood and no amount of external treatment can have any effect There is no uncertainty about the merits of S 8 S every olaim luwra iur it is umckou up stronjciy oy coimHCimr testimony of those who have boen oured by it and know of ita virtue by experionce Mr L J Clark of Orange Cowthotwo Vi writea Por six vesrs I s4 m obsMiMts Tuning uor on my ankte wnlsii at Mates paused me In torn tuiterimr I wis so disabled for a lone while tiiat T was vrlilly uiJU for business Oosof the Wert doetora Irealsd me oonsdMitly J 5 ftf ui Q ui ui uj SUfffliM lUllljJllJ 4iiN S 8 S FOR THE BLOOD r yUflt0Rfta ton 1 All Very True The Ohio merchant says Up to date abou 660 trusts have been successfully incorporated with a capitalization ap proximately of 8000000000 Two bill Ions ol this capitalization is bonded in- Â¬ debtedness which must some day be paid and not a few ol the great trusts already launched upon tbe troubled sea of competition have lapsed on interest and failed to pay tbe promised dividends from actual profits We havo thn largest and best equipped If the organization ot trusts were studied Office Und the reason lor their institution in Dental were south of the Ohio luver We thefiH to reduce the price quired into it would be found that in of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all nine cases out ol ten this consolidation Teeth Extracted 36c ol capital was by consolidated D YOUR SHOPPING BY PRO Xi shrewd promoters manipulators of Filled with Armlgam 50c men who cleaned up more commissions Filled with Gold and Platinum Al- Â¬ on the watered stock than tbe trust ever loy 75c earns in profits 1 00 and up Filled with Gold All ol which is true especially that A Good Set of Teeth 6 00 last hit at the promoters Do you want an article that We have won- Â¬ Best Set of Teeth no Better made dered that otherwise Intelligent and sen- Â¬ 800 you cannot got in your own town sible business men allow themselves to Old Plates R ipalred and made as good be used as cats paws by those schoming as new but is handled by a big concern in We extract teeth absolutely without promoters to pull their chestnuts out ol pain Louisville Ii so drop a letter tho fire II they would atop to think a We arrt the ony dentists in the oily moment they would see that this en- Â¬ who extract vour teeth and replace them stating your needs to ormous bonded indebtedness can never with temporary teeth same day bo pad out ol tbe profits of the trusts Snndavs from 8 a m till 12 oclock Lady alwHys in attendance and leave anything for dividends for MISS ADDIE G DITTO themselves in the long run They munt see that it is impossible to corner a PARKERS Purchasing Agent HAIR BALSAM nation ol 76000000 intelligent and pro- Â¬ Oleum tad betotlflea ttu htfe Promote a huurUM neirtk gressive people on everything that tht y 1919 Brook Street Mjrer rn w BMtoraj an eat drink and wear Promoters are not Cuni Kilp dlmm htlr UXtag f0eaJaunt Pnaai Louisville Ky working lor the future interests ot the trusta thoy take no stock in future LOCUST LAWN HERD Ttiuv work lor their own present gains of and nothing else If they take stock in She will gladly furnish you the trusts they create it ia only after Registered Poland China Swine with all information and assist you they have already pocketed in cash For Pneumonia The herd Ii headed by Commodore Snmpion Dr J O Bishop of Agnew Mich enough to pay themselves many times 16333 a ion of Kins Trenton 15615 Ihe grealM in buying winning Poland China hoe living or dead says I have used Foleys Honey and over for all the work they have done prize Commodore Sampson 11 duplicate of cele They are amply protected against the brated ire and we cana truthfully fay hwithout Tar in three very severe cases of pneucaKine any refleciloo on llreckearidse sousty days ol receiverships reorganizations that we never expected to ice as grand a bred monia the past month with good and reductions ol capital etooksthat most hon onofine aa individual within her borders A R Fisher Oloverport results We eell no aliow records E come ll aged Hut we can in the near luture iow glltf bnars ready for service spring and Call plirs that will pleueyoa The total sugar crop ot the world for of stock Call on or address Cheap lor quality Advantages to Farmers 1808 is estimated at 7830200 tons ol The addresses of the opening session Q A F00E SON whiph 3049260 tons was from oane and of the Farmers National congress which 4700000 tons from beets The annual IrvlRKton Ky assembled at Boston were highly inter- Â¬ 1 consumption of the United States is esting for tbe light which they throw placed at 2200000 tons and that ol Great OY VBLflftffr upon the problem of how to make farm a KHwut eseo si lanoor Britain at 1800000 tons making 4000000 -life more attractive Mr J W Stock umutobh res Oat thb aJ eat S27S u iku half of the entire production or over one Bad seadtoos 7 well secretary ol the Massachusetts late ydar eit M aaa veteM atea ol tbe world lor those two countries Couawa TeuKNAL than number ot Inches around body as In UeTwKB-A-Wss- K board of agriculture dwelt upon the im- Â¬ kreait taken over Test nader eoat la aay other paper published both la quality aad The United States noluding Hawaii rlmuiun nndar arma aad we win portance of electric railways connecting quantity send 70a tblaoottB express CS Porto Rico and the Philippines produces V MkjMtUeiaalaaileai eifaalae New England farms and of rural mail deThs TwiciAWasic Couiirouknal Is the and try Hon at your staaneteju 1 723122 tons or about 33 per cent ol its sual efaaat daleio aad tbe nvvnr w press offlce and If foand exactly uilw rll other li very aa factors of making farm life more 3J papers aaraoreaentedaod thesaoatwo It paste more real sews mere good ctasa consumption derf at value you aver saw orbaard aaaMar Mara sNiod eUss atattor teaa pleasant and profitable The develop retaer nriulMiu1Liiivaai4vMaiBbv seed wedaeaaav aad Saturdav Anul axo1Is Tbe retail merchants ot Brazil Iud ment ol rural electric railways that carry for as 00 pa Ua ssms acaat ear spatial sjoa to ageatt Saatpte oeples kee aa appBeatlofl haye organized a Retail Dealers Associa Â¬ rnAVcKfdsirfiKcs Writoto packages as well aa passengers renders 1IM style made rrou aaafr waMrsraar tion whose object is to better the condiDIGMrtla4fcieltM it possible for farmers and their families COURIERJOURNAL CO tion of tbe merchants of that eity The iaa rfiittji hnatiMl- - fliimr velvet to interchange visits and to make trips collar fancy plajd lining waterproof ewed stropped and eememed aeajas organization meets weekly to discuss LOUISVILLE KY aad suitable for both rata rawtaal to town with ease besides facilitating guaranteed iraut vetee ever vaena means by whioh a larger volume ol by us or any otbar house Prrta movement of produce to market the of MealMaaklalnslfs ap Cfta trade oaa be secured Saeh aa organisa- Â¬ to rsVooTand KadtlaatreBHe Itural mail delivery keeps the farmer in IY A SPECIAL ARRAHIEMENT rw tion oan hardly fail of bensMUng all lines aad OveteeaM at from HW to pw vrnea daily touch with the outside world and ol retail trade generally thus does away with tbe objection that sculKrr A shower ol large grasshoppers fall farm life means isolation In some rural over Salem Ind and vicinity on the farmers by ooopsratirs niaht ot October 4 As they oame down communities effort have established telephone lines through the trees it sounded like great giving communication with one another falling The next morning anu wun me nearest vinage xuai me tbe streets and yards were full ol grass Twic-a-Wd- k possibilities ol cooperative effort among hoppers but a large part of them had the farmers are only partially understood disappeared or been crushed was indicated by ex Go v Hoard of Wis Â¬ xosf for t consin who Bald Parsnip Complexion The vast extent whioh the organizi It doee not require aa expert to detest ties ol knsts has attained means simply tbe sufferer from kidney trouble Tbe man who represent these varied that tbe Interests bav learned to cooperate for hollow cheeks tbe sunken eyes the dark Like every other social puffy circles under the eyes the sallow mutual benefit power and privilege itean be carried to parsnip colored complexion indicates it an i xtent where it amounts to a conspir Â¬ A physician would ask if you bad acy against the general welfare But there is a hint In all this combining that rhuumatism a dull pain or ache in book is going on that the farmer should take or over ths hips etomaoh trouble desire xcept in dalryiair and to a to urinate often or a burning or scalding to heart H K WOOD A m M Dff small extent m fruit growing this 1 eaon ia paHHng it if after passing THtStESt titers is an is utterly unheeded Every creamery wUrieAvenusOMeasjIUe and ebeeee factory oould easily be made uasatUnd feeling as If It must be w sfMltMd la Ghiokt aovw aw the means cf a larger and more uenene repeated or If the urine has a brlok dost ratar KraUriy chartered ondar act ot Ullnole ial use by cooperative economies Iu deposit or strong odor COO 0Ov ftrmrearH member rlgJsaSr OstpttsU fUypM 10eS Francs over VM IMMttef laW MffV aWJ VfffJaaMfl When thee symptoms are present sS aTMUwttartTaa aaowt reSUUa staet m through which of supply aNclaiUiw MsTW Kadtosd iMtJtwt la Ut u M no time should be lost la removing tbe they buy f4rUlisrs implements awl Itfmt nuns for FsUagU with fsciUtiM aTaaaaaaaaaaaCaaaCaaaaai cause booded stock and sell their prnduoe 1 aaa F P1 aSS b eryaetcy X JUy MharaaoofOesI Delay may load to grave catarrh or The Amerlcau farmer usually is too In Uriisoploal BnMalwtilesM bums Is uBaradfwasaa meaVw the bladder innammatioH eaaetag stopÂ¬ divuluslieke ssys ths Ofaieo Reoor etaoaib at efcrnttul Writs for page and sometimes requiring the draw Hrasas Ctab fra Hook on DsrSraUMM sail More cooperative eftort should mean Fa OunrttMara of tits Spina both lightening of labor asd greater logo the arias with Instruments or MmasliHU Osfrrh Cans r Twneewa puac WSiraata fUmTm aid aaaalta GeBMSWt sxitaeareaaMaaSMB WS SMfSSfflS messv HpaUs jr Kietety IHeuarUr y- vsur Xmin mmA Another point ompbalsl may rue into Brlghts Dtsesss ths ceoaomle aaTJta fwM TaaHS MTatSaaaaT aUo maSaUSetr by ex Uov Hoard hi the need for better dssgeroas etsss el kidney trouble BOimmNom Alt fodiutiaa asspttrotM iHt BUlJ Dr Kllesei Sweme- Ualnlmr The a verses farmer be said tbe eaaste BjSsSBBBtf rawaaVSjBPK aBf VPaW wSSSJap nu OtMSttf aa-- OhrSble DpawJtMa discovery ol the emiaeat kidney and fMewa spends thousands of dollars to educate I WPS shMtataSr cmuiuH to his ebildrsa to be la wren or doetora hkdsr specialist is a aesiMve remedy ass Hiwmi Dabtutv ael tWiestas m where be eoenus oae dollar to at them lor saeh diseases Its repatstiea Ut SwMfsjr shasa iWMt lnJatarHaa mt aasiolally te be latsliigat arms The world wide and It is easy to get at aay YewfeasdMaalMmli Spawn torhwam ssulWasvkiMM ata lit ttrsta agricultural collets aew furnish training drug store that no one need suffer aay bt BwatMS laiaalau loaM satl rltel uleaqrth of time for wast of that raises agrleelture to the ditcelty of a rhlsnoeU Mc Oawttwad Hinnaala Mo UonmltU oaaaa atespisd setsaes aad such training ought not to I However If you prefer to awt test Its Ms - UoU aasiawca ngars CO 0 or be ntgteeted by tbe proepeouY farmer I wonderful merits meatioa tbe Baaoxsa vera por atMsknawstoMi JOOSO taattaaoaJatavtisara thin wm mm ireai oar who Is able to at qulre It any mors than mike Ntrws and writs to Dr Kilmer A SSHSltlB lUiyeirttM MIUNMNMIItr Wrttoot oUtf tit lu b lale wVmVrff IMaISMtea frss S4 SpaiBjllaslall esportwnlty for a cosrse in lawsehool Co BiBgnatntos N Y k a ssanple an er kf- - Uttmr Writs tsratar- SCHWARTZ SCHOOL woM be tsfteotsd by ths prospectlre bottle sod book telling all about it boib 1 si iwsaam ess BMrsSextl sent kbaolDssly fros by msll MaSsf IKmilliiainatfiet Uwyr LOUIUVILLM MY Â¬ Spread evenly and thir kly rttinug i to give good Bbade to the plantf Do not undertake to cover dsep enough to prevent freezing for if this is done the Wet snows will pack the mulch and smother the plants Good judgment is required here Straw of any kind com stalks with or without the blades leaves evergreen boughs swamp grass or any coarse ma- Â¬ terial that is free of seed will answer This mulch should be left on the bed until all danger of freezing is over Just before the crowns open the mulch should be raked off the plants to tbe space between the rows If the soil is loamy and light the mulch may be part- Â¬ ed over the plants and left in that way to prevent the earth from being sploshed upon the fruit For other lines of small fruit compost is prefered to straw mul b as the latter invites mice which will gnaw the canes and injure the plant The compost may be scattered broadcast over toe entire surface as the condition of the grounds demands or bit placed around the hills In either case tbe compost should be worked into the soil by moans of a shal- Â¬ low cultivator as early as the ground is in condition for work To do a p rfect job tbe surface should ha worked until thoroughly fined Working should be repeated at lotervxli of six and eight days until raspberries ind blackberries are turning red Small fruits oannot hi successfully grown without thorough cultivation and pruning season after sea son When rhe grower heo nns nrp r ieuced tbe work in the small cardan will be considered more of a pleasure than a task II Linton WILL ATTENi TO YOUR WAnW iw t 3 A WHEN IN NEED LADIES 1 i 1 i I 4 f Â¬ Â¬ YOU S275 lui T GET MORE Â¬ Â¬ el I MM JaiBreckenrldge News Courier Jpurntl rgjn-di-o- pg tW ONLY 125 Breckenridge News ft 6 rtHtnt m Ba ILSlAilUP BbbBxSbJ BBt 1 a a4 rt wlaer ffl 2 i M ij tm it rtt tarfnl mmim Mmm Kame - tJfrifl aia wW1PvaJBas1fcl fzrs wm- - MmSZkSI BRECKKHRIIXiK WJCDNMOAY NKWS Mt with smm sorrow from the past QeldMBllh says XOV 15 1M0 HOUfcB THE CLOVBRPORT SCHOOL DMcrlfttoH ef a Ceuntry Houfl School -- y - To William II Stiwahd Ksq la MM bonnd and somewhat rustic pncket Like a reagh picture in costly locket With scarcely room enough to train a meeae Stand a hw boards the trustee call a hraae The goer and jrrouad meat on the wetter iMe Bat oa the east a drove of hog might hMc And aaake then-- bed within the melts grenad Anddwell day alter day and not be found The window that front on the eat and weet Are much like pocket m a ragged vest PoelieU that have been worn net tone ago AndeHac about the garment just for thaw Like to a hole cut in a massive bin I the Urge door at wkleh you enter In And once within you need not peep abeut To find the place to look out For on each tide In front and at voerbeek Yet everywhere you look youll He a crack Cloee to the wait a pulpit tand la view Per thi I both a church and a Kheol bowe tee And here and there fattened with wooden clean Are a lew borfVdt the pupils ue for teat Abeut the middle of the time worn floor And on a straight line with the barn like door Silently ttand a Urge old stove Of yore They say it heated but It heats no more A blackboard bangs upon the southern wall And all day long the curtains rise and tall With every gust ef wind And that is all I will send yon a oopy If o to cure bora anl esaa is truly groat until he has parnorod A Former Kentuckian Tells of bis share of the trials and sorrows of life for through such is the soul renewed The Improvements There and prepared for its heavenly flight I thank you again for your kindness Whoa I publish acollee ion of my stories GOOD CROPS THIS YEAR Rfgpoctfully eh we wept when we wore day tolls tie why No OKLAHOMA sllliiesgi rIfsJJfl5rTTuTTfFe UTWTUlUr Henderson Route LoMlt Iiatmfi Trie Pari la KAT Si Jobbtk 8 Cottm Same ft Foleys Honey and Tar does not claim to perform miracles It does not olalm Joetrn N S Cottrr IS la J Louisvillk Ky Nov 0 180 Mb John D JJabbacib Dear Sir I thank you very much for your notice of my Links of Friendship in your paper and for the pretty Betting you gave Thought and Feeling I taught the Oloverport colored school f two sessions and stopped with Mrs Rosa Brown I remember you and I think you ought to remember me I was twenty three years old when I first came to Oloverport and it was the first time I bad left my mothers roof I have traveled none since Oloverport therefore seems my second homo While there I wrote many poems The Voice of the Ocean and Lilly in Links of Friendship are two of them You remember that Mr Wash Fishers daugh- Â¬ ter Lilly was drowned in Clover creek in the month of April while tryirg to take a skiff to Marion Hambleton and Louis Dent The pupils told me of this so I wrote the poem Lilly iu honor of The Voicj of the Ocean wra her written early one morning in the old school house on Glover Greek I send you a description of the school house clipped from one of my former publications I met many unique characters while in Oloverport that I will put into stories School Trustee Davenport is one of them A writer could win fame and fortune by making Davenport the central figure iu some of the scenes in which he has Â¬ X llv v- - taken part While there I witnessed two scenes that I oan never forget nor can you As I sat at my window trie bell of the old Methodist church rang merrily There was to be a wedding A young lawyer I think from Evansville had come to claim the hand of one of Oloverports favored daughters The bell rang merri The ceremony was per- Â¬ ly merrily formed and friends escorted the bridal party to the steamer Oloverport wait seriously cay and Evansville was wisely expectant Borne months passed and I again Bat at my window The bell of the old Methodist church rang slowly and solemnly Oloverport was truly in mourning Except the consummation of all things there can be nothing sadder than was that Even now I can see the silent procession as it moves along There are men bearing a coflin and there 1b a babe robbed forever of a mothers tender care When a child loses Its father it often means that it has simply lost a cruet of bread or a garment but when it loses its mother for the most part it loses the aroma of life the stay of the soul and maybe its hold on Heav Â¬ en My peculiar nature makes me a mem ber of all races Whatever therefore saddens my neighbors saddens me Your pardon for calling atttention to this sad event in the history of your family Yet why should I ask it Is it not the part of wisdom to tinge eaoh joy of the pres- - all oases of consumption or asthma but It doss olalm to give com Â¬ fort and relief In advanoed stages of these diseases and to usually cure early stagee It is certainly worth trying by those nftloted or threatened with tbeee dread diseases A It Fisher Olover- Â¬ in which we llye was opened to settle- Â¬ port B A Witt Ilardlnsburg ment six years ago At the time of the opening there were no settlers at all in Hence These Team Mamma said the happy young the county no farms in a state of cultivado you think It was just the tion no towns with the exception of a wife thing to sit there and weep as you did few military posts and Indian trading at our wedding If I had been going stations and three were few and far be Â¬ to my funeral you could not have tween Immediately after the opening acted more heart broken towns were built in great numcers over Oh replied the distressed lady ap- Â¬ these vast plains and business of all kinds plying her handkerchief to her eyes I am sorry I made such a spectacle of seemed to start right off at full blast myself but 1 couldnt help It I have Colleges were founded and built and always thought so much of George churches built in many localities and all other improvements were pushed right and he has been so kind to me Why mamma exclaimed Alicia through until at the sixth anniversary Saint Olitlrc what do you mean 7 Am the country looked like it might have I to understand that you are sorry for been Bettled for half a century Farms George because he man led me The have been well improved nice farm Ideal Do you mean to Insinuate that bouses and barns on most every farm I an not There thore my child the mother and everything speaks well for a country Interrupted do not misjudge me 1ou bo new Our crops have been good with the ex- Â¬ know how George hns always been In the habit of taking me with you ception of the first two or three years and him to the theaters and upon ex while our laud was new Even then we curslons and how considerate he has raised plenty of corn and kafllr corn to boon of me In every way If George our stock through the winters but had boeu my own son he could not catry our wheat crops were small for a few havo been more anxious to promoto years but in later years we have been my happiness Well was that any reason why you blesaed with good crops of all kinds some should sit thero and blubber all wheat making over forty bushels per through the ceremony acre The corn crop this year is immensu My darling dont you understand both in yield and acreage and as a result I was becoming bis mother-in-lacorn is worth only fifteen cents per Chicago Times Herald bushel The wheat that was sown this fall is needing rain very badly a very Used By British Soldiers In Afrioa large per cent ot it has notjyet sprouted Cnpt 0 G Dennlson is well known The early sowing looks yery well con- Â¬ all over Africa as commander of the sidering its chances as there has been no forces that captured the famous rebel rain since long before seeding time Galishe Under date of Nov 4 1807 We had no fruit this year on account of from Vrybutg Beobuanalaud he writes late fret zis Before starting on the lasc campaign I Oklahoma is coming to the front in the bought a quantity of Ohamberlains way of railroads There have been sev Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy eral new ones built and more under which I used myself when troubled with process of construction at present There bowel complaint and had given to my are two to be built through this Woods men and in every case it proved most county in the near future which will beneficial For sale by A kR Fisher add greatly to the value of property in Oloverport B A Shellman Stephens this section of the country Many farniB port here are valued at from twelve hundred a atrm THeftwt Born to two thousand dollars and are located At an examination In a certain school twenty five miles from a railroad for girls an essay on Boys was Since I came here six years ago I ordered written and this was one of have been joined by a number ol friends the compositions The boy Is not an animal yet he and relatives from Kentucky including can be beard to a considerable distance the family of Dr Ben Harned and Sam When a boy hollers ho opens bis moutb Tucker of Breckenridge county They like a frogs but girls hold their tongue are all doing well and are contented till they are spoke to and they answer While I have been away from Kentucky respectable and tell just how It was for some time I still love ber people and A boy thinks he Is clever because be can wade where It Is deep but God her dear old name always sounds like made the dry land for every living music to me 1 am always glad to meet thing and rested on the seventh day any of my old friends and talk over waen tne Doy grows up hes called a the days of long ago There are many of husband and stays out nights but the them scattered over this broad land grew up girl Is a widow and keeps many of them having left there during house the civil war but they always lovo to talk about the old Kentucky home An Eire to Bealaeie A little boy named Peter at a public With regards to all and beet wishes for school saw his teacher faint and fall the success of the Nxws I remain yours In the general confusion It was Im- Â¬ DsLriiAS G Harned possible to keep so many curious heads cool and the little ones flocked round For Kidney Troubles the prostrate woman and her sym- Â¬ pathizing colleagues But this small there is nothing better than Foleys Kid Â¬ boy kept both his color and his cool- Â¬ ney Cure Every one who tries it will ness Standing on a bench and raising agree to this A R Fisher Oloverport his band he exclaimed Please teach- Â¬ E A Witt Ilardlnsburg er can I run home and tell father to come He makes coffins Price Will be Advanced Dec 35th Â¬ Oarwilx Okla Oct 26 1899 John Babbaob Dkak 8ih Perhaps the readers of the Naws would like to have some news from these parts so if you will allow me spade is your columns I will tell you something of our Baby land whloh may be of Interest to the readers and especially to our inanv friends who still live in fireckenrldge county It will be remembered that the part of Oklahoma known as the Cherokee outlet D Red Hot Values are Daily Being Offered AT OUH MAMMOTH STOEE PI flTUIMfi ULUI nillU ftJii e Prettiest assortment in the county unheard of prices 4 It Uii la No li No Ct EWeti June HOUND No 41 1869 44 46 Xendarsea HaskcU Ivaasirllle IhU Lv fccw 7 7 7 8Jm VnsVnW Read Wet thlflftea Staaky I 865pm 1 46am 310 333 338 3 39 at Griffith MalilBfly Owensboro Fewer 8 8 8 8 3 44 400 418 431 439 e e a Pate Waltataa Lewbpert 1etria Kaleon for Roeltport lad 84 8 8 906 I tlDY fsfinnQ 1 uuuuu SHOES new designs and without a question of a doubt can satisfy the most fastidious Sklllman Addison HawMvHI for Cannaltea 911 Ted City J Cloverpert Holt Stephtntport Sampl 9 41 9 48 1004 10 10 930 930 07 30 450 507 510 636 532 543 6 61 48 520 1012 1034 10 3E 10 40 10 48 10 J6 NOTION In this particular line the articles are too num erous to relate Visit us and get good values GROCERIES Both staple and fancy Coming to this lino which is of vast importance and probably tho most essential it shall at all times bo replete with good things 1ierce Wetnter Irvlegton Gaston I odlbore Ekron Brandenbsrz Imbb Hrtiwh flock Havrn Willow Dale Howard Kentucky Street LouUvllle Union Oep U04 1113 nag 1136 1148 11 667 603 610 617 6 30 This department ie our pride Wo handlo nothing but the best grade All now stylos and Bold under a guarantoo Wast Point Ar 12UHm 12 Wun 36m 645 715 7 Warn WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street West Point Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch GuMon 41 No 4JNo 4 50pm 45 Lr 7 37am 760 8 36 8 at Howard 508 537 5 40 8 36pm 845 918 931 944 9 51 9 67 1002 10 08 1014 1024 10 31 1036 10 46 10 49 8S7 5 48 7 jetra r 8 48 Brandenburg Ekron Iryington Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sample SUpheruport Addison Cloyerport Shops Sktlman H49 8 58 906 914 9 21 9 48 9 48 9 67 10 01 10 04 558 600 609 618 636 6 43 938 937 651 Holt High Pitcu for StrnlKlitneaa One of tlif dltllcult problems In prac- Â¬ tical mochirlus Is to make a straight edge How dltllcult tt Is ulay bo Judged from nn Incident which occur- Â¬ red in the shops of 1 A BniMienr the A astrouomlcnl Instrument maker customer asked Mr Brnshear what would he tho prico of a perfect straight edge of glass 30 Inches long It cant be made absolutely per- Â¬ fect said Mr Brashenr hut It could probably be made with a limit of error amounting to only a fraction of n wave length of light How much would that costT About S JOOOO It turned out that the customer wanted tho straight edge for a scraper and that nn error of one sixty fourth of nn Inch would have heon Insotialhlu for his purpose Youths Companion Dr Bnlls Congh Syrup that marve out medicine lor throat nnd lung tiouMn quickly relieves and cures the painful breathing ami danger- DKsX2XSeKSX j 1016 1030 10 32 1 669 707 712 730 734 727 739 7 43 764 There are Times When You Cant Lay up a cent But you can always save money by buying your shoes of M EBROWN 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 for Canoelton Hawesrillr Falcon 1069 Petrle Tell City 1042 10 49 Powers for Rockport lad 1119 1130 iaies 1140 Mattingly 1151 1166 orutiin Stanley 11694m 12 07pm Worthlngton Lewitpoit Wuitinan 1054 1104 11 804 812 818 827 838 863 8 42 11 i9 1126 1139 1158pm 1215am 1230 1238 1239 1265 125 10 Owentboro 905 916 9 21 SpotUville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis HeaU 12 M 1238 1239 12 45 115 Ar 716pm 9 32 939 9 47 954 1010 10 40pm 936 720am ously-sounding cough Indicative of congested ungs No other remedy is Iu f qujl glsg6S WEBrown Irvingto n Kentucky TO Noi 45 and 46 have Pullman Buflet Sleeping Can and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Evansville and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass Â¬ enger Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville EvanayUle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Kvansville with out change EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Louisville Ky L II Si L IF TO0 WAHT BUYJ No 3t No6ti AM h Fordsvlile Branch TIME TABLE Ho 10 NEW CLEAN iaAAJZjJifZj Admiral George Dewey Will receive the moot royal welcome on Oct ltt next that waa ever accorded to An American olUten You will find a oomplete biography f tbts great bero lnoludlng bla brilliant victory over the Span lab fieet In the great authoritative aad IN EFFOT SUNDAY West Hound Trains JUNE 18 1899 East Bound Train STATIONS No2ttNo Ar 900 AM 10 50 11 13 11 34 11 11 40 GOODS at the right place and right prices go to Sig Loeb the reliable me- 1138 1150 1157 12 12 12 12 12 1 1 7 08 7 19 7 38 645 Lv FM Irvloeton Garfield Harm 8 36 it 738 7 7 7 8 01 Hurrtintbiirg Junction 834 SO 35 45 62 09 14 30 50 65 1 00 10S 13 30 rM 809 836 845 860 855 900 908 FM Join Ocmptrr Kslltof Kimgh iIeoJiwrie Dempster KockvAlc Junction Kirk 8 30 8 15 8 10 7 64 7 42 rat 545 520 509 505 500 465 4 4 4 46 39 730 653 Lv 427 400 333 329 3 21 15 7 15 6 57 6 48 6 44 3 42 9 15 Ar Fordiville Ituth Atkins Oaks sa ru 636 630 AM 315 work of reference the Hew Werner Edition of the chant at Guston Ky - Trains 41 41 41 and 44 connect nt 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PHIaaiasTKIi nilaoapiTitan mmlt anrf It lasMetfsa aeek tap isiiiiii aitd du altbar ulalnVtaeaay lad y or nuuoau run It jui b YBAma- an eo anniMa auAKAitnia u ssT --antatis Isamw M vai siATUisia to m and uuum ikis H paDtf from HO OAN CONSTIPATION ADELICHTrUL LIQUID LAXAint vefetattee and tn uej OomUmUoii BCKsa and nil IUr uri liver M TaeWek -- - daiMHriKsinl ease AnaM BMd rOuaNta ard fro well known vnir il - a it Mf 1 rie rr children LTOlT araDiaiOD OO Looaviixe FORIALXBY Ufi e Meal rswielr us4 if HMinHI rVMrtM aw veioittti diasiA w eaiat ittaT aenOA SKARt ROKBUCrV ft tan Kbuk and ihw If onrlncij fia r aiiM loem euse w io an ibiTuuhij rUbl co tliKtS wiae ino cnioago III wht eOVae mii m gdttoi U SHOKT HAY INKS K OLOYKRFOBf ri-e-A- gtmmmmmmm III TOM GO MRS POYEGS - ABOUTS GIFT A PET MICE Unique Mdnoply Enjoyed by an Illinois Woman UNDERTAKING AND BURIAL TRIMMINGS Man With Occult Powers iud Over Chickens Dogs NEVER OPERATES IN PUBLIC SHE TEACHES HER PETS TO DANCE Our especial attention will be given to all orders of this character V Chickens Never Squawk When He Some Mice Have Tery Class Fine Takes Them From The Roost Tactics and Insist Upon an Aristocratic Distinction mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmm Tollsr cSs ivc3 lotlax IKVUsTG TOliT KrST-- Vicious Animals Tamed Under Mys terous Influence ADMIWRATORS PRESIDENT STEYN AND THB ORANGB FRBB STATB FLAG President Mnrtlnun Th Htcyn or Steijn of tho Orange Free State hns already demonstrated that ho Is as plucky an individual tin Tiesldent Krugor of the Boutli African Republic Ho has taken tho part of the Transvaal In Its qtinrrel with England despite tho fact that the Orange Free State being nearer the English possessions than the Tronsvnnl must receive the first blow President Stoyn la a native of the Orange Free Stnto and Is about 42 years of age He studied law In Holland and England imd was ehlof Justice of tho republic before his elevation to tho presidency In 1800 nis republic has au area of 4H320 square miles and tho white population Is about 80000 The republic Is bound by treaty to give assistance to the Transvaal In case of war Mrs Poycr of Woodstock Ills is prob ably the only woman In the world who really likes mice It is almost unneces- Â¬ sary to say that Mrs Poyer enjoys n mo nopoly iiuhiuu women of the trade of mice raising Most women who hear of her success In superintending the breeding of fancy mice say that she Is welcome to all tho money and tame that she can make from it but tiiat the very thought of it is enough to urn Ice one shiver and seize ones skirts and run To this only too common sentiment Mrs Poyer is distinctly superior says the New York World There was a time Â¬ Â¬ SALE 1899 I WILL ON on tho promises of tho Into It B Carden deceased about two and one half miles south of Webster offer at A man wlthn mysterious occult power over chickens and dugs nmktw a buinens of BUiiplyiiiK valuable dogs and game chickens to u large tlltiittle iu St Louis He tills a Bays The Post DlBputcli large demand nud hits u practically luex haiibtlble supply Kury dux and chicken between the rler Den lVien the Chain of Rocks the Skinler road and the Mis sissippi river U at his disposal and If this supply prows inadequate he can draw on the towns lu the county and across the river All you have to do Is to choose your dog You may gee your choice out walking with his owner or In some ones back yard and tuny admire his clean cut limbs his squaie muzzle his line brush or his ugly disposition Then ou Hive your order You sny Tom theres a dog in the back yard at No Vandeventer place that 1 admire greatly ami desiie to possess Whats In It the answer will come Just that way You state your price anything from a bottle of whisky to 20 accoidiug to how much you want the don and if everything Is satisfactory the dug will be in your back yard next morning early Once in a saloon on Compton avenue Conrad Rose a butcher at IJOOO La Salle street was telling a group of his fliends about the vicious bulldog he hud just acquired The animal was kept iu a btable in the rear of his home No man alive except one can go within the circle of bis chain without leaving behind a mouthful of clothing I have to throw and calf said Hose his meat to him from a distance I mj- Â¬ Â¬ FRIDAY DECEMBER 1st THE WEEKS EVENTS ITEMS SELECTED AND ARRANGED FOR CONVENIENCE Any Ono May Xlocomc Thoroughly In Â¬ formed on Lending Events of tho Day by Simply Glancing Down This Column No Long Story Necessary SATURDAY Is to bo doubled Alfred Jennings was kicked to death by a horse at Dayton O Two men were killed whdle being hoisted out of a Cripple Creek mine Cable broke Three men of a section crew were struck and killed by au express train near Oarllnville Ills Cigarmakers International union will oppose annexation of the Philip- pines Fear cheap labor Ottmar Mergenthaler tho Inventor of the typesetting machine died of consumption at Baltimore David Salrrond a merchant of Sonuirvllle Mass was boiled to death in a bathtub of a Boston hotel BandlUs operating on Negros Island were dispersed by American troops Ten were killed many wounded and 200 captured Over 1700 of the pension fund Is mysteriously missing from the safe of treasurer of the Soldiers home at Marlon Ind Kill DAY Sam Watrous was legally hanged for murder at Austin Tex Florence Marryat the well known authoress Is dead at London Diamonds to the value of 20000 have been smuggled in from Canada A mob lynched John Goosby colored near Macon Ga for a brutal murder Walter Ford was executed at Dallas Tex for the murder of his sweetheart Matty Matthew and Eddy Connolly fought a rattling 25 round draw at New York Lieutenant Robert Carmodyen route to Manilla on the transport Relief dis Â¬ appeared at sea In an encounter between union and nonunion miners at Decatur Ills two of the former were fatally shot Professor George Robinson was kill Â¬ ed by Strength of the German navy government Mrs Krall Leplmrid of Browntown Mich In the presence of her children slashed her throat and fired her cloth- Â¬ ing She died WKDXKSDAY Brass men will combine Kansas drought has been broken Fire damaged tho Palmer Cooperage company at Brooklyn to the extent of 75000 Tioops have been asked ponding the trial of the feudists In Clay county Kentucky Transatlantic liner Germanic was damaged In collision with a steam barge at the Liverpool docks President McKlnley In a proclama- Â¬ tion sets aside Thursday Nov 30 as a day of national thanksgiving Federal troops may Interfere In tho row between American cowboys and Mexicans on the Arizona border Admiral Sampson at Trenton was publicly presented a beautiful sword the gift of bis native state New Jersey TLKSDAY American Humane society is In an- Â¬ nual session at Columbus Russia will arbitrate her Bering sea dispute with the United States M Jules Cambon the French am- Â¬ bassador will return to Washington Jealousy prompted Murray Gilbert to murder Janie Hall at Paducah Ky and commit suicide Forty eighth volunteer infantry on duty at Fort Thomas Ky will start for the Philippines on Nov 7 Walter E Farnsworth in jail at Chicago is charged wdth having 42 wives throughout the world Juan Garcia killed his sweetheart Miss Besole Mahaney and himself at Peoria Ills Girls parents objected to marriage MONDAY Former Governor Osgood of Con- Â¬ necticut is dead Branch office of Bank of France dis- Â¬ continued at Chicago Andrew Carnegie offers 50000 to Duluth for a public library Extensive forest urea are raging In the vicinity of Baraboo Wis Rev P M McCabe a famous Cath- Â¬ olic clergyman is dead at Warsaw Minn ORIGINAL BLOOMER WOMAN Sho Wears Tronners nnil Does Not Live Single by Choice Miss Susan Fowler the original cham- Â¬ pion of bloomers as an article of femiainc apparel If not tho Inventor of the custom still wears tho mannish costume about her farm near Vinelaud N J In the cyurse of her daily life She is 75 years of age but n wonderfully well pieserved old lady aud as dignified and intetcsting despite her grotesque garb as many a to the highest and best bidder tho following described proporty viz 19 head of cattle different sizes and ages 2 head of horses a lot of stock hogs ono corn planter ono Reaper Rake and Mower one spring wagon a lot of sheep Household and kitchen furniture a lot of farm- Â¬ Terms of Sale made known on ing implements j wheat oats and corn Public Sale J L day of sale V ST CLAIR Administrator THE DRUG STORE That Meets the people half way Our forco Competent drug help graduated experienced 5 salespeople are every one of them FOREMEN POPHAM leading Druggists 1RV1NGTON KY DEDICATION MltS POYEH AND HER MICK Of The New Christian Church At Stephensport MISS SUSAN FOWLER vllle Ky his brother John at llopklns as the result of a quarrel CUICKENS NBVKR SQUAWK WIIKN TOM TAKB8 THEM I t fc it r No one cant jo near him eh He asked What will you give me if I This Circular Plush Cape KSXIlSJliSl bring him to you here Kali Mai Ilah i li lu i h npr cut lull nweep lined throughout Willi MrtrrliJ Mlkla Hark hlaaerKd erjr You want to die r sudden death I elatiatcl einhril red with iMtatie UalJ anil black guess answered the butcher Trimmed alluroundwltbeitia beading anllluftrated nn mark Tlbt rur heavily lnterllne1 with waddlnir Give me a dollar persisted Goabout Jeje an I fiber elianv I Vfrtle orrreetleakCalalaiM It you pay youi own doctor bill said the butcher Tom li ft the saloon In ten minutes he The dog without collar or returned chain was following at Goabout heels Theres your dog said Ooabout OEK5 GETTING VMfll Wheres the dollar GEN The dog Insisted on staying with Go AMMUNITION about ntiil Goabout had to be induced with an additional consideration to lead the dog back and to chain him up again The police dont humor Goabout in the exercise of his gifts They have never de tected him in the net of tilling orders but they have come upon him suun after whle the goods wtnw In Ids poesulun The most recent can of this kind was on June So this yaar A Seventh district patrolman found GoalxMit walklug along at Manchester aud IffliurwH urnim with a chip bttskst In each baud Iu the baskets were tarn spring chickens and two liens They were dead ami thur necks had been wruug Tim police held Ton for two days while they tried to And the owners of the chickens but they Be2eB9LBeWw3eeBeBeaVjl BaB lHsM ceald not and when the contents of the WTLmL iMMMmSmSftMM Sh T TarTaTX ny basket began to net sour they telcased Goabout Goabout took his at rest philo sophically lie did not threaten the police with a suit for false arrest or auythlus of the kind Goabout has been under arrest lu It says Louis probably tbrtte dosen Uuie Officer Sullivan of the Seventh who all his comrades declare has taken Goabout Into custody ofteoer than any other offi cer iu St Louis lie doesnt take a dag or a chicken untaM he has a regular order for It He will often supply lawn parties and merrymaker among the colored folk to hi neighborhood with chickens How he succeeds In gathering in the feathered WAR PREPARATIONS OF THE BOERS AND GENERAL fODRROT brood I have no law He wont tell Obi la certain m chicken ever betrayed tonic While luagbmd atul the Transvaal wsre croMlng diplomatic gwovda the sturdy burghers of the South Afrloaa Goabout while he was operating When Republic were getting armed to the teeth Many tons of ammunition and other war lappUs rsaohed them recently he sToee after hlckeos they never ami prutieally every man and boy oapabls of bearing arms is ready to tight at a moments notlca Jou They all appear to sit quiet un squawk bsrt who i a veteran of the Transvaal a two wars with England and rlee of too rtrablk la tsuiaaiHitg til be twists taehc aKks sad they uerer mUitanr srWllw f tile rtpoblte- m -- ears go near him The man who sold him to me Is the only man who can Tom Goabout was sitting lu a corner of the room half asleep When the conver sation turned to dugs he pricked up his Â¬ self cant THURSDAY Lfberty silk mills In New York city are tied up by a strike of 600 employes Rev Dr Francis Lobdell G4 died In Trinity church rectory Buffalo from an overdose of poison Agulnaldo has sent a commission to Rome to protest against the abuses and iniquities of the friars Three workmen were killed by an explosion of dynamite In the Cundy mine at Iron mountain Mlohlgan A passenger and freight on the Pitts Â¬ burg and Wasturn collided at Undsr ollff Pa Four trainmen were hurt Comrsslonr Powderly recommends fiat the laws of immigration be ex Â¬ tended to our new Island possessions General Davis military governor of Porto Rico says the natives are not now and nover will be oapable of self-- MB Bo HONEY CIT THIS ID Mind to tin and our llil and number Inches around body at Uil and l and wa will nd tbl Beautiful riiua Capt to eipreaa v Sou bytabjit lot I Youean anlitloi and try It eianiltie on at your nearest office and exproM if found perfectly tatmtoctory ex actly an rpraiBid and tha MOST alll Ute OUT Alio VAUirouerer or beard raw WOMDUUt of par rraa ami mumAirnxw sAlsSel3 express 1 iiiiiuui I at r ray 10 cbarffa ct bU fur IQV0 mIIm tuanrfKinn s2fHSttyutiS younger woman Her activity is really remarkable and day by day she attends to her duties about the farm even to the extent of taking a hand in the plowing when help Is short handed Miss Fowler has worn bloomers for over six years and says she will never wear anything else She says they are not in the slightest degree immodest and She do not lessen a womans femininity believes in womans rights but is not an advocate of womans suffrage She be lieves in matrimouy in short in nothing but her costume realizes the general Idea of n new woman Miss Fowler has had many offers of marriage the latest from a western She cut farmer 20 years her Junior short the courUhlp however by offering to be a mother to him I am not only not opposed to matrl mony but would marry if I bad the chance to innrry my ideal man she said a day or two ago I am not living sin Â¬ gle by choice An Eye to QBalnesa A little boy named Peter at a public school saw his teacher faint and falL In the general confusion It was Impossible to keep so many curious beads cool and the little ones flocked round the prostrate woman and her sym pathizing colleagues But this small boy kept both bis color and bis coolness Standing on a bench and raising his hnud he exclaimed Please teacher can I run home and tell father te come He makes coffins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ arfSli BsHsfrilSl -- Â¬ ae4 psI4et 0rj Tbe dedication of the new Christian church at Stephensport took place Sun day A largH crowil aseombled and it was a day of mirgling together A special cboir had been arranged for tho occasion aud they sanj My Count y tis of hee Ar oloven orlock Rev F F Grim of Montana preached the dedication ser GLENDtANE mou and it was one of the raoet impres sive termona ever an audience listened Nic Robertson is at French Lick for a to few weebe All incumbrance ugalnflt the church Several from here attended the enter- Â¬ had been raised aud the indebtedness tainment given Saturday night by the liquidated teacher and pupils at the Ridge School A voice cf appreciation went up for House All tame back delighted A the Rv Cowan of Montsua for his competent judge says It was one of tbe liberal donation aud the new Christian most enjoyable aliairs I ever attended church boats the name of Cowans Mem Â¬ Mr Howard is doing a great work down church orial Christian there aud the people are loyally sup Â¬ Rev A F Bcare who has chaige of porting him The proceeds will be ex Â¬ the pastorate of the Christian church in pended for library books for the district the city hesdouo as much or probably Willie Robertson and Dr Green leave more to awaken the feeling of Christian ity than any other minister of his today for Haneeville and Cannelton Did you ever see a persimmon 10 church under his control the church has arisen to the membership of 120 and inches la eireurvfereuce Squire Moor- Â¬ glad to say is still growing He is a con Â¬ man has one of this szi Careful meas Â¬ scientious worker aud one who has the uring around it in two directions show each direction 10 inches It was sent soul of everyone at heart him by a friend in Florida Our old friend John Museelman of ROME IND Irvington seemed unusually well pleas Â¬ ed A little coexing preyailed on him Sucotssto the Nkwb to talk and I learnt d tbat of the five old Messrs J D Krausli and R W oonncilmen of his little oily he was the Shoemaker attended eourt at Oaunelton only one reelected at the reoeat elec- Â¬ tion last week Uuole Johnny is all right a Mr 0 D Mitchell of Derby Ind was Democrat a good man and a baniaher ol the blues whenever seen in town Saturdar evening Miss Arrie Robertson went to Hardins Mrs J D Krausoh who has been ill burg Saturday to be out for some time is now able Mr Carey went to Ifrviagtoa Saturday Mws Amelia Fuehs has returned home A good many of extended visit la Hvansville from an people have been Rev Joiner of Cloverport gave aa attending he meeting it Jolly Station Bra Rutledge pteaoaed m ol his het iutajreetlug talk at the M K ehuteh iu ngard to thai W C T U Tuesday even Â¬ sermons Sunday meraiajr lie amahed ing iu Uleudeane at night An oversight caused an oablM of of Mooley Mr Davie Cunningham ville Ky ualled at the store here Jess Moormans name last week H was at home a Uw days en aeeoaat of a Weduftday mashed hand IJaltiu AnspaeU aad Fanale Mist Mrs Kyi Dwn aad Mrs Jess Howard aad J 0 and Mm 0W were vWUag la Irviagtoa Sunday Ojser Bttjdd the dwUeatloa of the OhrlaiiauflharohatuRday Two at WtalMaa w balkllPHS m aeiBg 4 1 town port Miss Sarah WUwni who is toaoh TUB I1U BBHLLlkMMyla fcuarUey aad ahaday at ca as log sehovl ej rain suits TIKI si t iiii rMAKiar t home I LV dlWHkl iJ RaallMa aQoed Tklag to um iUU u 1 Wr and t v whilW has beta Mies MyrtfckWillajM wl Mr O 9 Ounninatbamaf Obeaanlt KJI lug or kiuall for fty tut w will Mod you turn uit uj fajPOMS u jt iuujmi wo v un tlia elok list fcr some Ukm Is saval was la the ofty Monday Mr Oaaaiag WntuLiuf S0U eaii eiaaaU It at yotur MDTWM Utile ad It uuad perfectly aU eselBg bam ta a etaaaoh KepttWIoaa aad a tbrif wry suiu leal te aelte Mta U w ten reel agent eur Seeetat tv aad aatorprlsiag farmer of that se wi eaprvae ejaarsee te rearo ok ae e an iwiHaa awry waere at A Kalfe Drawn a Sllvor Dime from a tioa Made with BOCSLI Ultui Itiua Fox laUU Its Mile aa UkutfuJ a fi He oalled at the Nam cSbMi aM4al lat Mr rttillf all Mel k SUeiM leealaen neM haodauiua Datura Keataaky ban tbe reputation of being tU at that U ww ha Meelea eiy naty paer feraia lelttt i uller aeeee a eaeiaf NM a grat fox hunting state aad thare are Q KmoakaMmthwaiata I iwreai weuia I ereua e r f itia e le MK It ItUaS -- rile fer SaaaU fulliitatiutlu uootalua faahlun tnacy ma rf reputable obafaatar aad itutrfc Mar raadlqg maay papaft I flod Xe writer plate tape aeaeureeuJ bw lu for heir lageoity aad bfMgrttjr atavae t erSer Area h knownwould rather parlWiaaia la this Ua oUbaai do uot give the aewa of to t 11 - nil aiaaiL it lUaaa wbo ooaatiea to CO lac Chisago lit HAM MiMJCK aiud of sport Uuui partalMr of a uiaptnoM 1 Â¬ she will admit when she felt easier In knowing there was n chair or table close by but now that she hns learned how lit- Â¬ tle vlclousness a mouse really has how childlike and ingenuous is his nature sho insists that it is absurd to run away from the dear little things She even lets it be understood that the knowledge that a mouse has got a firm foothold on ones ankle doesnt justify screaming Scream Â¬ ing only frightens the mouse who has no intention of biting Fortified with this magnificent courage Mrs Poyer has succeeded in building up the largest pet stock establishment in the world In addition to her stock of fancy mice she cultivates thousands of rabbits hares and conies but the mice are her favorites There is a good reason for this prefer- Â¬ ence Mrs Poyer says Mice are remark Â¬ ably responsive They not only receive attention gracefully but appreciate it and if encouraged grow to depend upon it Moreover they are easily taught and trained To Illustrate this Mrs Poyer opens a cage calls out to the little crea- Â¬ tures who are running about inside and they immediately run up her skirts to her head and shoulders where they poise for a few seconds with delicate grace blink- Â¬ ing sharply about to make sure that no screaming feminine Philistine is in the neighborhood Then Mrs Poyer grace- Â¬ fully adjusts her position so that it will be easy for the mice to dance on her shoulders Of course most people dont know that mice can dance because It is the com Â¬ mon opinion that mice were made to be caught in traps But of all diversions in the world a genuine Japanese mouse and there are other breeds who agree with him prefers a good waltz A mouse does not stand up on his hind feet to dance because that would be unnatural but he circles round and rouud on his four little feet pointing his sharp nose to the ground He keeps this up till he Is all tired out The aristocracy of Mrs Poyers mouse collection is Egyptian In nationality Egyptian mice are almost unknown aud these are the only specimens in America Their most distinguishing peculiarity Is the sharp little spines which cover the whole body porcupinelike These spines together with their large protruding eyes give them an absurdly fierce ap- Â¬ pearance but In reality they are amia- Â¬ ble even timid Chinese mice are first cousins to the Japanese and may hardly be distinguish Â¬ ed from them except that they show a greater variety of color and marking They are white black chocolate fawn and many Intermediate shades Anybody who is Induced by this to think that he would like to have some faney mice of his own must remember that mice like other things besides cheese and that to keep his pets healthy he must give them a hygienic diet A well reared mouse Is remarkably dainty and Insists that his food shall be not only whole some but dean Grain should be their nriaelnal food as It been tlism In Mad J condition repast A rather remarkable chase occurred in the neighborhood of Che nault Ky some few days ago While James Jasleiu was out fox hunting try- Â¬ ing to jump up a fox for his brother to shoot one crowed his gun and having neither rock or club he threw his bar- Â¬ low knife at the auimnl hitting the sido of its bea The f xi quailed and strange to Bay when he picked up tbe knife there was a silyerdhn1 tetweon the blades He swears he had not a dime when be throw the knife After chasing the fox or probably a halt mile hia brother shot it lie cannot iuisgine where tho money onme from bui is confident tbat when the knife struck the fox that in some mysterioiu maimer tbe magnetism of the knifo drew it from the fox lI V -- 1 v er PtU r L98JSUIT m -- CMBs lTOVaaiaiW 3OTftWi ttf kr m I uht4t M la- aai I g0rl