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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n VOL XXIV THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT y OUR To Be CLOVEKPOBT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 dtMMOCk COIIROH McDAmaur Ky Special -- Mies Kiln May Glaeeoook and Mr Fred Cannon two of our highly respected young people ware quietly and solemnly mirried at St Hoinualdsohurohat Hardinsburg Nov 8th at 1130 a m the Rev Wm Gabe otllolatlng The bride was attired in m beautiful lilte silk with laoe rib- in and wl iithrjHuthemuinsforieeor at ous and a ovely hat and veil to cor- mpoud Tlie groom wore a handsome suit of black cloth and looked his best H8 he gallantly led his young and blush ing bride to to the altar After the cere- Â¬ mony dinner was served at the Barnea Hotel Hardinaburg by the landlady Mrs Barnard who did her best on the occasion spreading her table with good thi lies to eat and offering evory ULcees ary accommodation to her guests Mise Glasscock is a sister of Mrs Robbie Spencer with whom she has been living since her mothers death and Mr Can Â¬ non is the second sou of W T Cannon one of our best farmers in this commu- Â¬ nity Lately his father has established Mr Fred in the merchantile business home nest had here where the been furnished and tastefully arranged before the wedding took place and to which they crime next day after the wed ding to begin life together with hopes joyful and great And we trust that ae the do Sail down the stream of life together their bargue may not be tossed about by the winds of adversity but drift peacefully on to the end Â¬ Â¬ If 99 NO 19 OWN PROGRAM FACTS Along Rtllgtoui LIhm Noted by an Observer EDUCATE INSTITUTE Held at Hxniirsburg Wednesday sued Turu Nov 29th V- THE GIRLS Good and SOth - i -- ft The Farmers kstuute is intouded td occupy the mw place for the farmer that tli Tencher Institute does for the place to meet and discuss teacher Tt is held methods ways Hnd mean under the direction of the u retary of agriculture It I i no roiiueoUon with any secret ordei or lodgu ami Is intended for the beuefil of every tiller of the soil without excrptlni The value of i o Insitutt nil depend largely on the number iu attendance and It is therefoio hoped that every one who can will Lome and hn prepared to take an active pint All are invited to J in in diicursions at the clone of ineli uiljii t to take votes and atl q n niuii f ci ly Hint they may obtai ho greatest amouut of fa in and a farm over ovry farm Ho who farms the surface alouo grows poorer The Bucccfielul man utilizes ell three i information There is n arm under ev ly Program FIltST SIJSION 0 A M Lost Many have lost confidence and hope as well ns well as health because they have been told their Kidney disease was iucurabli Foleys Kidney Cure is a guarantee J ii iiedy for the discouraged u A R Fisher Clover and dlscon port E A Witt Hardinsburg Song by Choir Prayer Corn Growing and Com F itiiiz - B F Wnrl WasUiou the Farm Lewie Wiegoner Mmiu Should Hie Fnruipr Kiep Cub Bred or lure li ed Animals for Honiu ue Will MilU i Reclaiming Tired o Is K It Oglwby Soon to Wed Special u8ro Ky Nov120 The u viiuge of Mr Carlton O Dutachke Hahimni - Jlu Soii I le SMHSIi r kB ION 13J P M V I J r A 1j C ir V Science i H gk Feliug P Foote Oats Beat Way to Grow and Feed Ben Miller Music Orchard Grass and Grzing J 8 Henry Fruit Culture and Beet Time to Apply Home Manure HF Work QuestlonJBox Music sille Ky and Mise Lulu K De of Hardinabiug Ky will take pla- - Wednesday evening Nov 29th at 830 oclock nt the residence of the brides mother Rev J T Lewis of Irvincton will perform the ceremony ot L - Jar i f ratlin saeaiON 7p m 4 Song by Choir Lucy Mr Subject to be Supplied Clever McElvoy The Farmers Oi chard and Smnl Fruits T03 Ditto Professor Education of Our Youth Roberta Poultry Mm Syrena Jarrett Music FOURTH SESSION Six Friflhtful Failures Six terrible failures of six different doc- Â¬ tors nearly sent Wm HMullen of Lock land 0 to an early grave All said he had a fatal lung trouble and that he must soon die But he was urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for live bottles he was entirely cured It is positively guaran- Â¬ teed to cure all diseases of Throat Chest cud lungs including Coughs Lagrippe Pneumonia Bronchitis Asthma Hay Fever Croup Whooping Cough 50c and 1 00 Trial bottles free at Short Hay neb drug store Consump-tion-After-taki- Pleased with the Election l iCf 0 A M Song by choir j i - a Making Clover and Hay Sara Dicks Wheat Culture U F Work Music Good Roads R T Dulaney B Oglosby Cattle Breeding Question Box FIFTH SESSION 130 P M The Silo and Cattle Feeding Thomas Lyddaus Clover Growing E B OgU sby Music Home Ornamentation Mrs W J P ggntt 8wine Breeding Professor Robinson Question Box Sung God Be With You Till We M et Again Benediction - s if - 5am Jones Idea of a Home I am not an alarmie If every bank wire lo break I wouldnt lose a cent and I could walk home I have two shoul dsrsof meat in the smoke house and eriouvh clothes lo last for six months Weve got to get bok toheadquarters home to find Njthe trouble Home ought to be the brightaer happiest and oh veriest plaue under the sun on the face of the earth Kvi ry man show i what be thinks of hie wife and children by the kind of a home he puts them In A man whom home Is all out of whack the blinds down and the doors off their hinges the steps rotten that shows his char Â¬ acter The husband shows his character by the exterior of his home the wife by uturior I dont see how some men rep pious on what they get three times my 8purgeon Includes all human ini fme under dirt devil and debts T have been in houses where they bad 2500 worth of silverware and fifteen eonts worth of grub I would like to be mM io digest silveiware bat I eanL l girls who eau play on the stove as as rw the mauo Many a man has ii eu lo a drunkards grave by what A Fathers iHfhioHea be has been given to eat by his wife A lady a godly woutan bad a profane Yuu five a nan a biscuit that will knoek She bad a boy who was the down a year hug oalf and hes got to have httbaud adrli korsoojetbing vise before night light of her eyas the prlda of Her tmrt II youve a good wife a good bona One day aba heard him swear She stid and a g od cow youre slotted as the lo him with her heart breaking My il boy you said a very ntugbtv won Presbyterians aty i - 1809 Mr Jno Ky Dear Sir Please send me the Nkws for six months Sixth Shbbiox 045 p m beginning with this weeks issue Sinco L B Creel Why Cultivate Kentucky hai at last gotten on the right Q K Free Rural Mail Delivery inn and Breckenridge county has gone Groves Tobinsport Ind Republican I would like to hear oftener Farmers Literature Miss Annie Very Respectfully Dhonau Rome Ind Jas H Sullivan The Mothers on the Farm Mrs Liz- Â¬ Daviess county Elnora Indiana zie Whitehead Wheeler Rome Ind Tilage as a Money Maker and a Money Editor Sees Wonders Editor W V Barry of Lexington Saver H S Wolfe Selecting Place for next Institute and Tenn in exploring Mammoth Cave contracted a severe case of Piles His Election of Officers Adjournment quick cure through using Bucklens Arnica Salve convinced him it is anoth- Â¬ er worlds wonder Cures Piles Injur- Â¬ OF GENERAL INTEREST ies Inflammation and all Bodily Erup- Â¬ It is reported that Admiral Dewey tions Only 25c at Short Haynes will transfer to his wife his new home Final Arrangements for Farmers in Washington W J Bryan will spend the winter in Insthutes the east organaing Democratic campaign The final arrangements for theFarmen clubs Institutes to be held this fall have been The citixiua of Lnndoii will send made by the oommittec The tirst one 10000 plum puddings to the Etigiish will be herd at Hodeuville LaRue coun Â¬ soldiers in South Aftioa Then pud ty November 20th and 21st The speak- Â¬ dings weigh ten tons and will arrivs in ers furnished by the State are If F time for Christina dinner Work of New Washington Ind Mrs Andrew Carnegie Leg proposed of Lebanon Ky Mr Ed Lucy MoElroy Oglesby of Cloverpoit and Dr P W donate 1126000 to the eity U Loubwille for the establishment of a fine elrunlat- Foote of Irvington Intereeting and Instructive programs ing library His only stipulation is thai have been made out in whloh local talent the olty shall take some proper steps it is expeoted to take an impor ant part toward maintaining Brigbaiu II Roberts says lie has uo The Udibs at eauh place are invited to render their assistance in makii g the idea of resigning his seat in Oougiet He was elected and he Intend to take meetings the suocess tltev should be The farmers in tbnc oounlig are his seat urged io attend these westings Ilia President McKinley iu said to be in State has g me to oonnideta ln expense favor of a new oabinet i tllcer a secre Â¬ to provide this mode of lneuuoviou to Uiu tary of oomtneroe agrioultuilUte and it Is hoped and ex battleship Last Saturday the nu peetwl that they take advantage ol it Kentucky made her trial trip off the Tney should bail these oooaiion with New England coast from New York delight go home and let their enthusiasm Captain Mason had obarge ot the ship Ukj a practical turn by putting into pr nioe the precept learned from these 1 a lyre in ibt ir prof mUm 13 Elnora Ind Nov D Babbage Oloverport Christian people seem to forget that Tenth Perry County Farmers sinnera are watohiug their every act and Institute Rome Indiana word and judging them thereby Some brethren are continually talking and grumbling about h fev members runninu things or taking hi lead in MONDAY AND TUESDAY NOV 27 AND 28 church AlMr but vhn they are asked to reudr thoi serves in thrt pniallMit mi tters they flatly refuse J J Wheeler President Rome Ind i Some ohuioh members n gleot their E H Groves Seey Rome Ind j J D own household of faith to uttrid others Braehear Vice President Hardin Grove thus saying to the sinimr and their Ind I b long to this particular churches chinch without believing ite doctrines Sjohion 030 a m First Call to order by Chairman Song fol- Â¬ therefore am doing nothir g to uphold it Sotne Christians fak one wav and act lowed by prayer by Rev J E Murr of another thus destroying what influence the Rome M E Church Some Things the Far mora Need H they have S Wolfe Now Albany Ind g A few kickng scheming How to Plant and Caro For an Or church member can tear down and chnrd L D Creel Angola Ind do more harm in one mouth than the Our Poultry and Poultry Houseillus pastor and his helpers can build up and N P Hinee Boonvllle Ind trated do good in a years pastorate Grapes for the Home J H Groves Kickers in the church amount to but Rome Ind very little to their pastor or to the suc Query Box cess of the ministry Skcond Session 030 a m The churches of to ley have on baud The Orchard How to Keep it Healthy a big load oi dead heads L D Creel and Productive Some vouug converts on their good Production of Ega and Chicks to works and close attendance to the church Weaning A W Cummiugs Derby services put the older members to shone Ind If Christian people would read the Mistakes on the Farm H S Wolfe Bible and theii eligious papers more Recitation Mrs Cora Friedl Owcns they would he liruier audmore steadfast in boro Ky the faith and our chinches would be The Perry County Farmors Mutual more Bpiritua Fire Insurance Company Jesse Cun Â¬ Church membets uctueily sit at home ningham Celina Ind for tho mere pleasure oi themsilvsjf and Query Box family Sabbath after feitbbatu with no Third Sbsbion 7 r t reproach of conscience auu lUir chinch Experience with Cow Peas and Crim Â¬ bell calling them to duly timeaftei lime son Clover H S Wolfe Christian viveu imsbands mothers Scool Days Mise Maunia Brashears and fathers with husbands wives chilHardingrove Ind dren and loved ouei out of Christ never Seeding Clover J C Esarey Tobins seem to think it nemrry to exert them- Â¬ port Ind selves in the least in Chriotian work How to Secure the beet growth of Fruit If they attend church oucu a month tin y Trees the lirst year after planting J H think that is a euilkiiit sample to set Lee Rome Ind before their unsaved unue Views of Farm Life Mrs C Mabel The public look3 with digustfoii a Friedl Christian or anyone who pretendao in L D The Farmers Fruit Garden dorse a thing and will not support ft Creel Some Christians are more anxious FouiiTii Session 9 a m about the eloquence of their pastor than Small Fruits How to Propagate and about his spiritual qualifications Care for L D Creel Stepheiisport Ky Ax Obskrvbr Scientific Stock Feeding for Profit P W Foote Irvington Ky 50 Reward Soil Building ft Ogleeby Clover A reward of 50 wil be paid loi infor- Â¬ port Ky mation which will lead to the arrest and Economy in Feedirg Farm Animals conviction of the tJ1J or rrtiea who H S Wolfe attempted to wrec the traia of the Breckenridge Caunel Coal Company at Fifth Sbssion 130 V m Aome Mixing Fertilizers H S Wolfe number seven treetk by placing obstruc- Â¬ Bushels of Berries and how to grow tion ou the track between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p in November 13 1800 them N P Hines II V Harris Profits of Tile Draining Philip Smith Geuontl Manager Prospero Ind fault-Hud-inÂ¬ Â¬ Teachers Make Make Men Good Royal Powder 4S0LUTECV PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome hoyal BAmwa r Scholars but only Mothers powpch 00 NI voo girl does not used an education is a statement often heard from people wlio do not thoroughly understand a This tame class womans mUsion cornpiain of rirls being lazy Idle aud leadiug a frlvilous dfe Do tin y or can they understand that this comes from the lack of education that this idleness is what makes people miserable and A gills education often and wicked slope when ber mind iu budding and the beautiful tlower becomes blighted Then she is forced out into the open world either to look for employment or enter married life Is she prepared for No for how can she teach either task when she has never been taught Rev II R Haweis an English clergyman has said Let girls take a Bern - nter ert in art let them take ui genial study let it be a science or history They cat c but anything they tiy to in h im- Â¬ mothers never iet uie planted iu their daugi n livts one growing interest beyond flirtation and A h-j A QooU Flan A Trnst Smashlng Trust Haker t the girl will nevur uw her education in becoming a Pies it or statesman but is it not It ujV t or u twe tlinolier who educates the to be the citxuns aud rulers riid repulir Again is it not in thtr or te1 r who should kiow the i of life of uulth of hygiene in oider to know the Ktgus ot appniauhiug dnuaatp and to ventilrte the ruomt prupcily so tho child will bn lot bed if oxvgou Kiugshy states tlut mote humeri being are kiH d in England eveiy year by uu necocsary and preventablH disease tlian were killed ut Waterloo or badowa and the groat majority of these victims are Thus it is not for liorself children alone that woman ehould be voll r ad but fot those around and about li r Good leacheis make good scholars but It is only mothers that form men It is In this truth that we find the key to the reformation of mankind Now if the education of girls will be in another considered more thorough1century some difficult prnllom will be uolved Youth and Age gossip Of course There is a story goiig the rounds A gentleman which is worth reading was beginning to drink and nothing which his friends could any seemed to have any ix ilueucc upon him Still hi went to the saloon aud took a drink declaring hi whenever be felt like it was in no danger of wasting bissubetauce or of drinking too much Finally a friend wrote him a note Since le waaresulvjd to drink his friend advised tba he buy a gallon and make his wih okreper A gallon cost three witained sixty five fifteen dollart t Vhenever he wished a cent ouy it from his wife in Â¬ drink le When the stead of the auloon keeper gallon ol whiskey was gone the wife would have the money to pay for it and By paving her profits tht 0 75 profit 1fH you have become adviser wrote u support yourself au inebriate u ctable man aud shuuned b wi n your wife will have money to keep you until your time cornea to fill n diunkards grave Why bhould not the wife Lave the profits v hich he wan puyi g so readily WhatpoesibVob to thesaloon koepai jtction to this plan The man did u scruple to g into his wifes present when he was drunk aud tuat was worbi than drinking before her The story We wish it had been added ntops there lhat this plain blunt wiy of putting the mailer bi fore him led tho man lo stop bin drlukln Tho stoiy is paid by the War Cry to be a true one What was ua sfuquei Fx Made Younc Again One of Dr Kings Now Lfe Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teers Dempr yUuvn Pi 1 Ueyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely Vegetable Never gripe Onl 25c at Short A Haynes Drug Store Â¬ aain writis D H Turner of To Make You Laugh Thanksgiving Edition Henry Hart the euterprislng editor of the Morganfield Sun will express his thanks this year by icsuing a handsome It will be filled Thanksgiving ecitior with illustrated matter and subjects suitable to the ouneion This is the right kind of hustle The Sun Rets there eveiy time If you are unable to rest at night one will doee of Dr Bells Pi give you natural and refreshing sleep It stops a cough and cures a cold quicker than any other known remedy It heals the throat chest and lungs cures la does not btupefy grippe permanently Children love it and old is harmless people like it Druggists sell it At the Breckenridge Inn Mrs F J Ferry returned Saturday night from a six weeks visit to relatives at Calletleburg and Ashland She and her family have taken rooms at the Breckenridge Inn for the winter Keep it in Your Home And when the boweU fail to act proper- ly take a dose of Lyons Laxative ykup It acta gently but efTeutually on the kidueys liver and bowih will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion oleai Illobbb What has come over Jonch eo ins ulTerably stuck up that ont scarcely dares to speak tarhim Slnbbs A second cousin of his wib How to Find Out inc shaved by the same barber who Fill u bottle or common glaps with trimmed the whiskers of a man whone your water and let it stand twenty four wifes sisters step uncle went to school hours a sediment or settlir g indicates nn with Dowey unhealthy condition of t u ki inrys if it said little Freddie cue Mamma stains your linen it is evident of kidney trouble too frequent desire to ptbu it or ovening may 1 go out on the elrtet pain in th back is also convincing proof with the other boys and look at the comthat th kiiliu y and bladder are out of et With a catarrhal affection of the throat No dear replied his mother Im order WHAT TO DO or head or any pulmonary ailment a you might gel hurt afraid There ii i wfort iu the knowledge so No I wont mamma I wont get any Â¬ slight cold or a hacking cough is a se- Â¬ often ixprebsedj that Dr Kilmers where near it rious thing to have it is so serious you Swamp Root the guat kidney remtdy cannot afford to have it Dr Bells ful 11 Is every wish in cm ing rheumatism will cure a cough or cold in What is Teacherto new scholar pain in the bad kidney liver bladder your name boy My name ie one night It will remove the catarrhal New and every part of tho urinaiy passages Jule sir Teacher You Bhould have affection or pulmonary ailment and build It corrects inability to hold water and said Julius sir Aud now my lad turn- Â¬ up the tibsues supporting the lungs scalding pain in peuing it or bad effects ing to another lad what is your name A Bachelors Reflections following use cf liquor wine or bier and Bilhous sir Ex A man who has failed to climb to the overcomes that unplet ant nectssily of top of the ladder generally claims that being comptlled to go often during the Freddy age six was seated in a bar Â¬ the top rounds were rotten day and to get up many times duriig bers chair Well my little man how There was once a man who discovered the night The mild and extraordinaiy would you like your hair cut a cure for love but the devil bought the effect of Swamp Root is coon realized Like fathers with a round hole cut formula and bunud it up It stands the highest for its wonderful In the top Probably if babies knew what was com- Â¬ cures of the most distressing cases if you ing to them when they got some of their need a medicine you should have the own theyd act a lot less freeh Spinal Meningitis best At druggists fifty cents or one When a man takes a college girl out to There have been five deaths in the dinner he feels that the bill came to more dollar Daviess than the entertainment was worth neighborhood You may have a sample bottle and a Worthington When people get married the man oounty from spinal meningitis within book that tells more about it both sent ought to know all the politics in the Â¬ absolutely free by mail if you send jour the past two weeks aud there is one othfamily and the woman ought to have all er case Commercial address to Dr Kilmer k Co Bingham the religion ton N Y When wrltirg be sure and mention that you read this generous offer in the Bkkckknriimib Nkws Hes Â¬ Our esteemed Democratic contempora- Â¬ ry the Atlantic Constitution abhors Trusts in the lump It regards them aa iniquitous and oppressive and would have the State and Federal Governments tquei ze and smash them It is both sur- Â¬ prising and painful therefore to find this dtvilhher trying to breed devilfish The Constitution complains reasonably enough that the cotton planters get too little money lor their cotton Too much of it is thrown upon the market at one time Prices are low and of the ulti- Â¬ mate rise in the value of the crop the Until we hold producer gete no share back our cotton from the market asks will there be any im- Â¬ the Constitution provement Therefore it proposes a ft 1 ist a combination a sinful agree n it to boost prices There is only one remedy organiza tut I This organ zation must be of a business nauire fre from legislation and politiee Mid controlled by business mm moved I v business impulses only In their deriperatiou uiHiiy funnels look to th Gov ruianl i do impobsible t hinge TIih reuiecy here lies in the coming Ujr Uier of ti iitu who own the cotton he uerchaiiis whoo trade di pends upon tli pri thtlr customers gi iir it aud tht bj iiia whoso turvi vut can only be made pocuible bj success Â¬ ful merchant aud ia n is The constitution b iMen that the planters of the cou n Hill get together under the iirtiutivuc i touict otton Conventioii and tHke fcueh wol i wll 1 1 cut enable them to hold iu ft So eager in th fo oi 1 rusts ton bearu to have an immense Cotton Ti t f ru Â¬ e ed And notice that whil i im i big so called Trusts have put luer prices down the ayowoU object of tne pi ios ed Cotton Trust is to put pne - i i a In- Â¬ How Col Biyan would boil over ot famous combination if cotton were raised in Democratic Statesl There is much uiiconfecioue hut inn nature art well as much humbug in talk about Tiusu According to Co Bryan all Trusts are base but in reality few Bryauitee carry their anti nionijl principles to that extent and the Oa i r f iv positive The sharpest pi will be found to make ui tin of a Trust that will do h it ii umusiugtodnd that auiu- - ol r vor i men who are tearing at 1 u a organization eei i that form of huHine wiun they wish to protector further They do bo instinctive- Â¬ heir interest ly Platforms however hot with Demo- Â¬ cratic declamations are only platform but business is business a cold fact til to rvis mms lul Beware i t I i yeuuustkWod toforicivejo he oh diebt to Lw rut t WMa htiN rukf at the ida was X I llonoy awi Tar does not oUiw itrasuiliW It dors not elaim all taw r awmmiittm it i li cks claim to aotbtB ov XsubBif Hl - n I Mies uui very ion tin 8ie lolloed him be knelt dowoodiaM C fort an rlul in adwUMJd these drrtiHi and to oaually w7 I stage li curiaiuly worth rylng hf those AoWd or thwatened with that dnaddlswHwa Alt Fisher Clover Witt UaHtnabarg E port taaii O Ood I Mta mltdnwijr m T yon io Mlwfa Im rulky sorry I said that hi i kWP More than that Mloagwtobcdteaded pmervee ber giriton mum alter me IN and ber Utile nrt win come into pW JPWawfa batter not Ukc anything at all than those poMivcl dangerous mixture so wMiy advertiMd to relieve bee discomfort and natwea She ought to know that outUd ualv www j m lh WHtf unlit Ihaf a KMwWlt liAslMMtt llifU caapoisiUy be of any benefit Sheoegbt to know that the only remedy that will help hu and It tabes ber it is an exUriwl liniment through the entiiet rfod in comparative ceenton ihorunt I tbof Uu UUftMtfUl a An expectant mother bad The Boer War Mr Arnold White the London cor respondent of Harpers Weekly sas the whole English civilization is at stake In the Uoer war He savs that if the Hritlah low England will have lost her presttg i among nations India Australir Has Returned Canada as well as South Africa and Mias Grace Tate who has npent two Egvpt will fall awav from her Her En years at Southdown III has returned lo plre will be gone Rueeia wil he su thia eity wheie she will wake her home preme in China the Unitsd slates will be isolated and Anglo Saxon Auprema with her sister Mr Marion Weather oy will be overthrown Mr White ar holt guea that Grant Britain oanuot stop till British uiproinacy is established in Birthday Dinner South AfrieL The issues are gnatly following iiein We are in rooeijrt oi the mixed hut a flgut set mad the enly way from the Peoples Ueweiger publirfhi d to settle the matter so prolonged aud it Okalon Mhs bitUir has been the hospitality in South Last Saturday our old irieud O B Wight the well knuwa aud ppulur ho Aftioa Germany ia understood to be in tel man was eixy three yri Mil aud alhUiO i with Euitland ki that she will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED S Old S 8 Is a Great Blessing to it elves Mothor Frlwtdk a BPfWTpejajiA i vR WH WWk M Vp wilt I awi arov Bait aa Ml i jttjt Mettufs Kf ta 4P 9 tAui awBe lyjej U ttfdfwg a aapajMa f 0WajBBj tvemv p f mat quick so as I oaa swear as niy fath Â¬ er doe and than yon wouldnt car Oooinionwtalth ab ut ray awearlng tttvUfSii rJt Mbirltd ma iiSjT i Irave Explsrers Like Utanley and Livinaeton found it harder ta overcome Malaria Fever and Ague ami Typhoid disease germs than savage Cannibals but thousand have Tabaeco Sales found that KlelriufiltUre is a wonderful C P VlfXirmiu reiMlle m ael I ear or all malarial disease If yo 6000 I tu of if i ibacco to Jatuea B fiw havM ebllls with fever aebea ia back of Ir neok aud bt ad and tired worn oqt feel- Â¬ Vaiifi f tbiaeoanty sold 80 ing a trial will oonylnee yon of their 0 loe jl iu ai tt tt and 1 to the merit W A MtUJ o Wtbb III writew Mtfy eWMren ivfbred far bmjm thin a Amicu itMes uoutgmw year with oMHs and Haver then two I t botvlM if Etaatiio Bitten onresl tbaao fcibaioo IPOOlf whia of 0000 h Li sold to Stinnett A Company Only 60 oeote Tiy tnem Uoamnteed Bold by Short 4 Haynes Druggist IHawMvllle fur Oittaodl in houor of the cession hht accomnlieLed daughUun prepared an eUgant dinner to The whioh a few friend were invitod editor of the Messenger was una of the gueaiaaod erj yed theoooaalon immanea May he live to witnaea the lotura ly of nuxi y btrthdayaT have a fre bund in Africa Ex iu Hur due yuaHipaOK bsaop I4i By keep- wholly unnecessary ing their blood pure they can fortify themselves I KlW niAAJ antl LIlS tbre fourtl of he ailmenU to B 8 B U from whloh tliey Buffer so generally young by purifying the blood the remedy whloh will keep their systems waste accumulations and impart- thoroughly removing all b ww iugnew strengtn ana me vo m wuuw uuu the appetite builds up the energies and sends new life giving blood throughout the entire system Mrs Sarah Pike 477 Broadway South Boso writes I am seveuty years old and liad not enjoyed good health I was sick In different ways and in for twenty years The addition had Icaema terribly on owe of my lege age I would never be doctor said that on account of -my S 8 S and ft cured me well aguin 1 took a doten bottle- of completely ana i am nappy w nay hw t foul om well I ever did In mr life Â¬ For eight Mr J W Loving of Lolqultt Oa says een yeare I suffered tortures from a fiery eruption on my skin I tried alnwet eyery known remedy but thev DBgarKS a failed one by one and I was told that my age which ia sixty six waa against me and that I oould never hope to be well again I Anally took 1 8 8 perfect cleansedhealth ny Mood ICJwfWy nni now I am i People Tim pntsSS it nearly all of the slokness among trJsrtifrssSrsk WffiS u I a4H i Is Mtc caly remedy which oaa build up eU people beofMUMlt ie the only one wht S S S FOR THE BLOOD eereagtbeo ed namnteed k B sfi fe Mer 8 8 cuwlaWWiK OMM ol BerefuU Canoer Ecaema Rheumatiau Opeo Sores Chronic Uloers BoiW oe any otlver dlsuwe of the bluod wtiMMdtoeaeea wiU be teat free hy Swift SpeoiAo Co Atlanta msigtei L masltiifciBliMBBlyalaaiByBaiB eeaaikaaMuUj iiifariinii gjte Breckehridoe WKDNWDAY Jm NOV News 1MQ GWENDkANE i k T 0 IhAfcg JMHm m4 FnfffM SIX PAGES rtt T IU CAlM 9f THANKS 19 MtTtMKlM Atrgra r HtilM JtWIKV IX ABVAXCB ow ttt r Hm 4n fcrtw4 S frrt t tto rife if Give the other you take for yourself fellow the same rights Thb Nkws believes that Mr will make a good Governor Wk do really feel sorry for Col He wee Goebelised Taylor Wat tenon Gokhhl is trying to play the same tac tics he played at the convention Fretse em out Tiik man who got the most votes will be inaugumted True KentuokianB etand by the right A boycott is a very serious thing to en- Â¬ gage in There is a law against it with a very iieavy penalty attached Tiikhk are some people in this land and country who believe the other fellow has no rights which they are bound to renpect Ci ik ati so American citizens out of their voles Is a mighty hard and dan gar ous thing to do When you attempt to take from a man his RiifTrage you takq his dearuet God givm privilego We call the attention of the fanners to the article on the sugar beot in tbfs is- Â¬ sue This is a product of which com Â¬ paratively little is known but is one of the most profitable of crops the McKinley administration offering and ready to pay its debts before they are due Then think of the hustling administration Cleveland Think of Â¬ around trying to borrow money to pay its debts The rewards of personal endeavor were never so great as they are today If a man is honest sincere loves justice respects the rights of others and knows his business and attends to it no com- Â¬ bination trust or any other thing can down him Tiiere isnot a Democrat Republican or Populist in Breckenridge county that believes Goebelism is rigtit There are some Democrats we are sorry to say who beletve that most anytiiiug is right when it comes to downing the Republi- Â¬ cans Gov Bbadlky lias called lor a special election in the counties of the seventh for Monday congressional dibtricl Dec ISth next to olect a successor to Settle who died Congressman Evan last week Owen county Democrats fa vor J V Gayle for the vacancy and Scott county will push Judge J ECan trell There are but two ways to stop your paper One is to come up like a man and say Stop my paper giving your reasons The other way is to notify the office by letter or postal card signing your narao We have no authority to stop a mans paper on account of an anonymous letter It would be injustice not only to ourselves but to our patrons A man who has not the back bone to sign his name to a letter is a man whose Wo dictates we cannot offord to follow dont do business that way The leaders of the Democratic party had an important conference in Chica Â¬ go Monday It is believed that a con siderable part of the time was occupied in discussing the probable effect of high prices on the campaign of 1 00 The National convention will be held in May or June place uotdtscidtd upon yet and free silver will still be an issue Â¬ Have Two Tracks of Timber Mr Charley Herr of the Tell City Spoke Factory was in the city last week He is on the verge of closing a large timber deal with Messrs Joseph and Charley Smart Tney have two tracts of timber one hiukory and oneoak It is said they are holding or a good price as they are aware of the Bcarcltv of the product Sells His Crop RobtWilkia of Patesville his crop of tobaoco consisting pounds to James D Paoe Jr 8 has sold of 1576 Co for laudl Gtaomy wtatrNrr Mow wm here Sunday Miter Jfebbact wan in tows Saturday Rdwnl 8 welt went to FrmtaAlle Sun Â¬ day It will not be a surprise to ar y who Vie Robertson talks of going to Cali Â¬ are at alt familiar with the gjod quallUui fornia to Mkw Hannah Deans Oweneboro is of Chamberlains Cough Kemedr know that people everywhere take plra vMMfig her grandparents ure in relating their experience in the Dave Moorman paid W R Moorman nee of that splendid medicine aud in 200 for 90 ewes last week telling of the benefit they have rwvived Mies Lnla Vesle of Hardineburg is from it of bad colds it has cured of vieitisg at the Mattingly House threatened attacks of phenmonla it has averted and of the children it has Mr Mary Ptnkston Hardin Spring saved from attacks of eroup and whoop is visiting her ran Mr Jae Cary Jeff Owen is no longer with Mr Stum irjg cough It is a grand good medicine Jell will rest till the first of next month For sale by A It Fisher Gloverport R A Shellman Htephenaporr Miss Nanfile Owen will sing at thf school exercises next Friday after Â¬ noon Recovering I learn that a great deal of tobacco has Litte Mlw Margaret Aehby daughter been bought at fair prices in the Rook of Mr and Mrs William Aehby who has Vale neighborhood Mite Mary Moorman Miss Lutle Moor- Â¬ been dangerously ill for the past week man and Ernest Robertson were guests with inflammation of the stomach is at Hon Wm Millers near HardliiBburg rapidly recovering Saturday and Sunday Mr Stum joined them Sunday First Time In Thirty two Years Clint Weetaeld assist wl by Perry Hoekins has completed a very neat Mr A F Newman was in town Mon Â¬ house for John Dsane It is on the top day He left that evening for Metcalfe of the hill out of town on the Goshen where he goes to visit his birth place road It is his first visit in thirty two years At an old fasMonpd sppllingon sides Friday afternoon Miss Rosebud Moor- Â¬ man carried off all the honors spelling Expects Big Contracts down nearly the whole opposing side H A Huff was in the city Monday All enjoved it but particularly did that representing the St Louis Tie company half which was victorious Louis Ashley and other wont to Har Mr Huff anticipated closing several larfp contracts in this county for ties dinahuri Monday Ttnfnra nfarrtnr said to your correspondent There has ueen so mucn rooiing around and so Consideration 100 much talk about the election that I N G Barbee and wife of this county have concluded Id na nrm MmvM nloot Taylor as anybody This is not sur have sold 50 acres of land to Braxton 0 prising wnen you come to know Mr S Gardner of Floral Hancock county Ashley right well for 400 cash Mrs Fountain Stum ol Sacramento KV wan visitintr Imra tool- woaV Mm Stum has many friends bore Several Improving years ago sue taught in ttiis neighbor Mrs Henry Wright and her handsome hood and won the hearts of all the children and the friendship of all who boy Al Francis who have been nick met her are getting along nicely W O Moorman has just completed a a residence which will bo occupied this Another Temperance Advocate week This is not one of tun two build- Â¬ ings mentioned last wpek The size and The meeting of the W 0 T U Mon Â¬ activity of the town mako it impossible day night at the Methodist church was for a scribe to get all the news Onlv in After the usual prelimi- Â¬ small and sleepy places is this possible well attended naries and a song by Prof W B Maple The colored people held a nice order- Â¬ ly successful festival at their school reports of the campaign were heard The house Saturday night and raised money work in the country seems to be progress to buy a new Btove and meet other ing and much interest is being manifest- Â¬ expenses Their school is th6 third best ed A W 0 T U of twenty members colored school In the county and is be- Â¬ was organized at Hites Run and a profl ing successfully taug ht by Ed Beard of table meeting was held at Hardins Hardineburg Rather an unusual thing happened to school house Prof Maple gave a good Master Allen Owen Kincheloe at Car account oi his trip to Holt but suggests rolton Ky lately The little fellow got more meetings at that place bis feet so thoroughly fastenpd in a quart The Rev Mr Litchfield of Branden- Â¬ cup that his parents bad to take him to burg made the address of the evening the tinners and have the cup cut off The doings of children are wonderful He is a young man and an earn est work- Â¬ and innocent Wo older people get our er in the cause of temperanceHe point- Â¬ feet tangled or tied berond the tinners ed out the evils of alchohol in disturb- Â¬ help and innocence is not always with ing domestic happiness in demoral- Â¬ us izing society and in corrupting politics There are a good many sensible fair His illustrations were to the point end people and we admire them whenever his delivery emphatic The tcmppiranco we meet them A day or two aco I met a well known man and said Will you people are grateful to Bro Litchfield for pleane tell mo why Mr does a certain his aid The next meeting will be held thing I dont think he Bhould do it at the Christian church Monday niehr Immediately came a response He and I are not on good termB and Ill venture no opinion for I might not be fair in what I would say The world needs such men as that I wish pverybody could have heard him and felt what a grand thing it is tobestronir and bridle the tongue and say no evil of those we dislike Here are thanks to that man for the lesson be taught BUyCrr ftftkuLclm Jiv2fll We are tired beyond measure when will come rest and quiet This has been a campaign of misrepresentation abuse calumny and bitter feelng with a close uncertain exciting contested election with extra vagent claims and violent threats Since then two weeks of con Â¬ ij tradictory irresponsible false newspaper reports Partisan newspapers hired newspapers newspaper fair unfair ly Â¬ ing and all sorts have been scattered everywhere to raise or depress your liopps according as you chose what you read Added to all this we Glendeane people have been compelled to pay five cents for each copy we bought The Crinted price of the paper is two cents a genrine specific for dis anxiety to get the news has eases ot roe stomach ana caused us to submit to this unfairness organs of digestion and nutri- Â¬ Its wrong and should be stopped tion No other medicine has had so remarkable a success in curing diseases affecting the Hows This I heart liver and lungs when- Â¬ We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ever these diseases as is com- for any case of Catarrh that can not be monly the case were caused Dy anu ltn- weaic stoniacii cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Tiure blood Pood imnerfectlv F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo 0 digested cannot be perfectly Wethe undersigned have known F J assimilated Golden Medical fifteen years and be- Â¬ Cheney for the last Discovery restores the organs of digestion to perfect working lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus order Foul blood must re iness transactions and financially able to sult in a foul body The Dis carry out any obligations made by their covery purines the blood anu increases the activity of the firm blood making glands so in West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ creasing the quantity and qual Â¬ Marvin Walding Kinnan do 0 ity of the blood supply It Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio lias been tried by over people It has cured Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ ninety eight out of every hun Â¬ ly acting directly ujwn the blood and dred who have tried it Price muoous surfaces of the system WHY NOT LET IT CURE YOU Sold by all Druggists 75c per bottle Testimonials free Halls Family Pils are the beet Ill Twe OperalfoiM Mrs 2mn Smart hae tad two sm vestal operations performed tor d ropey by one of our skillful puysfcUtm Upon performing the last one there were five gallons of dropsical fltiid removed mas MEETING Citizens of Brockcnridgc County Denounce Qoebel Methods Clirysiaatkuiiiu i How Is this Perhaps sleepleee nights teueed it or grief or sick Â¬ ness or perhaps It was cars No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old M thirty Gray hair is star d hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper ner vs force Nllil THEY WANT A FAIR COUNT BUT NO STEAL Graii - Between two and three hundred law abiding oitisens met in mass convention at Hardineburg last Monday in the in Â¬ terest of fairness and justice in elrctions They denounced Goebcl and his methods and plead for an honest count and a fair deal T 0 Lewis was chosen chairman and Jno D Babbage secretary Speeches were made by V B Burton Taylor Beard Chintz Royalty and others These speeches were tempered with the love of country justice and honesty in elections They advocated peace and har Â¬ mony if justice prevailed but if there should be a wrong perpetrated they were in favor of righting it The senti- Â¬ ment of that small body of earnest citi Â¬ zens was for truth and right If Mr Goebel was elected by a majority of the votes honestly counted it was their wish that he be inaugurated Governor but if on the other band an attempt was made to win the election unjustly they wnro ready to offer their lives to secure ustice and put the right man in the Governors chair The following resolutions were adopt- Â¬ ed Vigor tacreaces the circulation in the scalp gives more power to the nerves supplies miss- Â¬ ing elements to the hair bulbs Used according to directions gray hair begins to show color in a tev days Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early llfo returns Would you like our book Wo will gladly on the Hair send it to you Â¬ prettiest handsomest and most chrysanthemum show win Â¬ ever dressed in this city is the one at The Pair It ia real art within on display itself The window is profusely decorated with Chrysanthemums and is unquestionably a floral beauty The window is bedecked with thoso rare specimen of flowors and Ladies Fine Shoes The beautiful flowors wero loaned to The Fair by tho kindnoss of Mr Chas Pat- Â¬ terson Manager Gerf has spared no means to make this display one of art and boauty Your attention should be given it and thon tako a stroll through tho vast emporium and thon become convinced that The Fair has by far tho largest and most varied stock of mer- Â¬ chandise to bo seen outside of tho larger cities An invitation is extended to you to mako this headquarters when in the city The I Â¬ fii s Whereas at the general itta election held on the 7ih day uf November 1B09 Hon V S Taylor and nil associates on the Republican ticlct were If you do not obtain all the duly ana legally elected to fill the aeveral Hate ol benefits you expected from rices by more than 3ooo plurality and the Vigor write the doctor Whrreas numerous men clothed with temporary and arbitrary power directed by the order ol about it He may be able to Bill Goebel their defeated candidate are now in suggest something of value the act of and attempting to stal the election from Ill jvu nuuvoj Aa w v the rightfully elected parties and threatening to dlifranchiie a large percentage of the votera of Ayer uo Lowen mass Kentucky bv committing outrages on the ballot box jtnu throwing out the vote of whole com mutinies including the great city of Louisville and Whereas nothing ihoit of most drastic measures on the part of the goodcitiiens of our state will prevent the coniummation of the attempted steal therefore be it resolved by the people of Brccken VALLEY ndgecouner in mass convention assembled That we tender to Governor Bradley moral and physical aid to be directed according to his will Mr Levi Norton had a corn shucking lor the purpose of upholding and enforcing the law of our state according to section 70 ol the constitu- Â¬ tion of Kentucky for we have unlimited faith and Friday confidence in his ability and patriotism for upholdThe publ c school should be the pride ing the dignity and laws of the comm owtalth That we commend the tine faithful and fair the county manner in which the two Goebel county election Mrs Betl Norton visited at Mr Ed commissioners Messrs Jolly and Jennings con due ed the election of this county Trpletts Monday That we do denounce the Goebel gangs method to enslave the people and take the right to If you invest 100 for the Brkckbn cast theli votes in peace and have them counted aa RtnoK News your money is well spent cast That we denounce as highhanded robbery the Mr Alcey Haynes was a guest at Mr tactics pursued by the county election commission- Â¬ Henry RobblnB Monday ers of several counties where they has made stealing the rule that tney might come up to their Miss Savannah Norton was a gueet of masters expectations and receive his plaudits and we declare that such men are a disgrace to Kentuc Â¬ Mrs Mat Yates Thursday ky manhood and that they ought to be severely There was a corn shucking at Mr condemned by all honorable men That w- - commend Judge Sterling D Tony In calling on Governor Bradley lor troops to enforce Ransome Nortons Thursday his orJers on the day of the election and only re- Â¬ Miss Eeea Hall and George Bandy gret that the militia was not called upon earlier We look upon the imbccil c rot published in the were married Thursday night Louisville organs concerning the impeachment of Judge Tony with contempt and as a silly attempt J O Basbam is the chairman of the to mislead people That we again commend Governor Bradley lor Bachelor club in this vicinity his prompt response to Judge Tonys call and we Missos Ltitia and Lula Havnes were approve eveiy act of the governor fn regard to it and think he and fudge Tony acted the part of visting Miss Savannah Norton Tuesday iaithful officers of the law nfght That we still have tailh in Judge Pryor Capt Ellis and Mr Hoerti Owing to the funeral of Mr Dowell at That we denounce in unmeasured terms the Goebel election law which by its infamous proÂ¬ visions has rendered possible the deplorable state Freedom Sunday Rev Bozarth did not of affairs which are herein conilmned preach at the Valley THE FAIR CLOVERPORTS LEADING ONE PRICE HOUSE HABDINSBURG Mr and Mro L A Foote of Bewley ville were vsiting here last Saturday will gain some knowledge benefit him will meet NORTONS th Remember that the Farmers I here Wednesday and aay Nov ZUh aud 30 h This t W K Barnes was in Louisville last vicinity must turn out a big cr good program will be arrant Thursday meeting will be ot special interes Oscar Haynea went to Ktepheneport farmers last Sunday and returned Mr Parbam who has bad cb Mrs Stum of Sacremento Ky came the brick hotel In Hardineburg f up last week to visit her father R May months is soon to give it up The friends of Tim Jordan at thlf move to Grayson county The place were sorry to hear of his sudden ty will not He idle as several death have already applied to lawyer 18c Laundry collars and cuffs per to rent It W H Greeuwoll of thin dozn All work guaranteedBabbage Agent - Wallace the agent for this county and Grrs of Holt and Col I Green county for the lightening butter AJ of Falls of Rough were here last week ennrn VY H Bairds patent dis er and flavoring powder AH tl on legal business Mise Amanda Deane Chamberlains Fain Balm Cures Oth- Â¬ yetM ers Why Not Yon1 My wife has been using Chamberlains Pain Balm with good results for a lam shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them One day wo Baw 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 K II For sale by A R Fisher Gloverport R A Shell man Steuhensport Â¬ Called to Cleveland 0 Rev Donald M Grant who for a year of more had the pastorate of the Presbyterian church in this city and who is pastor of the Calvary Presbyterian churcli in Louisville has been called to the Case Avenue Presbyterian church ol Cleveland Ohio Mr Grant has not de- Â¬ cided whether he will accept or not Â¬ Â¬ Or Bulls Ceugh Syrup Is the lest Medicine for sore throat laryngitis quinsy or toasilitis Every drop of It soothes and heals A twenty five cent bottle of this wonderful remedy will ears a cough or cold ia one day half-a-milli- 500 Worth ot Tie Timber Bought Mr Augustus Gibson has oloeed the following contracts for timber in this oountv the past week He purohased of Warfleld Hendricks timber land to the extent of 200 Sam Muffbt 100 James Keenan 106 James 00 and Mrs Tisha Rise 100 was the charming The young people roport a nice time Hensley last week Lee Meyer and Miss Frank of Louis at the music party given by Mr and Mrs Harriet Robbins ville wpre tho guests of Mr and Mrs Robert McGufBn last Sunday Used By British Soldiers In Africa Mr Winebrnner came down from Capt 0 G Dennison is well known Louisvilln last Sunday Ho will remain all over Africa as commander of the here during the winter and handle toÂ¬ forces that captured the famous rebel bacco for Wm Hensley Galisbe Under date of Nov 4 1S07 D B Haynss administrator of the es from Vrybnrg Beobuanaland he writes tate of John Haynea deceased was here Before starting on the last campaign I last week and made his settlement with bought a qjantity of Chamberlains the County Court Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The first Quartet ly meeting of the which I used myself when troubled with year will be held at the M E church given to my bowel complaint and had South next Saturday and Sunday Rv men and in every case it proved most D S Campbell will preside benefioial For sale by A R Fisher Rev H O Hook will probably be Gloverport R A Sht llman Stephens called o take charge of the Cumberland port Freebyterian church at Ephesus on ac Â¬ count oi the withdrawal of Mr Bozarth We will give you goods or the cash for your egga at the Eclipse Grocery Take either you like We always have a little cash It tnkea that to run our huslntse R v W B Rntl dge of the Clover poit Baptist church has been assisting tu the meeting whloh has been in prog Â¬ ress at the Baptist ohnroh here for the last week Wm Hensley was down close to the Ohio county Hue lest week bnvlngtobae oo He will buy a ball million pounds this season if he ean get prices to suit him of Glendeane visitor of Miss Eva are guaranteed to be as represen A number of the colored pei tnts vicinity enjoyed a great dll few Sundays ago with Pompey who lives near Kirk Pompey is perou mrmer and has an abur eat On this orcaUon he invlt al of the Hardineburg darkies him and what they did for hii a plenty The talk of putting WepL 101 town and eivine free conn f r Cloverport has delighted so CD women Why just think them said the other day wt Ly any new thing we want and so many delightful ladies in I J who are r in everytb we can talk with them when i ir want to Besides I think the telki r i o bu uuuyeuiaru 10 oave in tne i especially if you want to spealM menu ten miles away i- P tIMRl Merchant For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Folevi ney Cure Every one who tries 1 1 T ml onrno U tkt fAici iv vine a xv f isuer uiovi JE A Witt Hardinsburg A Tailor Suitings Ladies Tailoring and Repair Work A SPECIALTY Located at M Hamman Sons old furniture stand Cloverport Ky Epidemic at Patesville was in Saturday He says the different tween himself and his father in that he takes his whiskey in small and semi oceaaionally while th If the farmers do not attend the Insti- Â¬ gentleman doWnt discriminate bet tute to be held here next week they it and water and advoeatee its free will be shamefully neglectful of an im- Â¬ unlimited manufaeture by the go portant duty Every man who attends meat handed out free to all eoBSU Doe not Discriminate James Lynch of Patesville son of Wm Corley the writer of the printed in last weeks paper b1 Holiday Announcement Christmas is approaching and it is our pleaiure to make this announcement that our stock of Holiday Goods will surpass all previous purchasl Every effort has been made to buy the most suitable and appropriate gifts The line embraces anything your wants may desire We dont say it boaj ingly but in ail candor that the assortment will amaze you on first sight The largest line of musical instruments suitable to your wwats will beshoi you Big preparations have been made to display the prettiest line of holiday presents ever shown in the town of Hardinsburg You oan rest assured tH iASW1rilih m this particular line has been given our special attention and you can come with the assurance of securing a gift from the expensive The day of our onegng will be announced in the future so that plenty of time will be given you to select your presents Dont miss the portunity of thoroughly inspecting our mammoth line of Holiday Goods olllit T C IvE WI HardlmsbiiitfiS Wing Jeweler KHK0KHH0-0KHK-6KK0- - THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 THE SUGAR BEET Is Used to Remedy the Sugar Crop Deficit HOW IT F R WILDER MJ fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky BANK OF HARDIN IN IRVINGTON WILDER the HAEDIUSB B First Term of Five Months Begins Scptemtrflr 4 Every Wcdiieminy mid Thursday after Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work guoh as Brilges and Crown a specialty Latest appliance used Good work guaranteed DEHTISTS T F BEARD rrwridmt WILL MILLKR Vice PreeM II BRA KI M G UMMPr W BEARD MORRIS KSKKIDUE VDIRECTOl TIME It M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON DEP0I Instructors Praotioal thorough Mid enthusiaetic men and woman No school in this section of the State offers superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION SH0ULE BE CULTIVATED -- tmm T31 S3 - The most centrally located and only first class hotel In the city matting S3 30 Primary Intermediate Preparatory Teachers 1 75 2 50 3 20 3 20 per month Scientific Classical Music Board 175 to per month 3 3 50 2 5 per week For further information and catalogue address D S ROBERTS Jr A B KY President HARDINSBURG 0OKXKKKMKXX OKH I am still selling DRUGS I make MEDICINES One of the remarkable facte shown by Rtatistios 1b that the sugar beet has been able on demand to supply the remarkn ble deficiency in the worlds sugar crop produced by the Cuban war In three years the supply ot sugar furnished by that kland has fallen from 1000000 to about 100000 tons and yet there has been uo appreciable deficit noticed in the total sugar of the world The remarkable opportunities for the extention of profitable agricultural in dustriee of this country through the medium of the sugar beet should not be suffered to pass unimproved and the farmers of our country should not rest satisfied until they see our own fields produce the Fugar which we consume FOIL second growth and are not exposed to a freezing temperature The leaves of the ripened beet change from a rich to a yellowish green become drooping and applied cloeely to the earth and many of them die The harvesting is easily by first loosening the accomplished beets in the soil and then removing them by hand SILOING Moo rate Only one Mock from the principal shoppies district and two blocks from the principal theatres FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KZ1T T D Renfro DENTIST Crown and Bridge A SPECIALTY W Street cats pas the door to alt parts of the city Kverythinx neat and clean tSaEiafL When beeta are preserved for manufacture during the winter months or for the production of seed they must be Â¬ fcMsra PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr lMRa9BBelSMHtBBJSJBSMSantas1SBSSMBiSH AT POPULAR PRICES the price my competitors try to meet them you can be con vinced of this by buying all your Drugs c from me I lead others try to follow thl R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HIGGINS GROCER VlVMVAAHyAWlA sucar boot docs not require a par- Â¬ ticular kind of soil for its proper produc- Â¬ tion In general soils are described for practical purposes an clayey sandy loamy or alluvial soils all ot theseeoils will produce beetf The black prairie soils also have been found with proper cultivation to produce cxcellont beets Perhaps the best soil may be described as a sandy loam a soil containing a hap Â¬ py equilibrium betweon organic matters clay and sand In general it may be said that any soil which will produce a good crop of Indian corn wheat or potatoes will under proper cultivation produce a good crop of sugar beets Tho Boil on which sugar beets are grown howevor should be reasonably level and this being the case it should be well drained Natural drainago on level soil being somewhat deficient it is advantageous that tile drainage be practiced It would be difficult to grow sugar beets on level land without good drainage especially in a rainy season Tflfc FERTILIZATION carefully protected against a frost The simplest and easiest method is to place them in plies and cover them with earth not too deeply for if they become too warm in the silo the rapidly loss in eug ar content When first siloed say about the 1st of November they should be covered with only a slight layr of earth as the cold of winter becomes more intonse this covering can be in creased Dr life OFFICE OVER Heston Willis Cos New S PAt X OLOVERPORT KY Drug Office In Itonr of Moorman a Ol store BHIHBBaVH Dr rlrb Bulls Cough Syrup Conquers Croup at once cures the child anil thus saves many a Mothers need not Car that dreadful disease if they have this reliable remedy at hand It is sold by all druglsls for aS cents J L M00EMA Commercial Cuba The principal business of Cuba is dorio by the Spanish merchants who cftnnot be surpassed in shrewdness accuracy judgment economy of resources and all that goes to make a successful business man The Spaniards have no business failures and generally are prosperous Americans will find it very difficult to compete with them in their own lines In fact it is a mattor of jest with them Oh yes let them come they say wo They will have seen them before spend their money and then go back They do not appreciate the home fact that Americans now are doing busi- Â¬ ness with Americans and are succeeding And if the American colony grows the Spanish merchant will find the Ameri- Â¬ can business man gradually absorbing the business of the island The Spanish merchant to a great ex- Â¬ tent continues the Spanish method of doing business The customer is sup- Â¬ posed to know something of the vAtae of the goods There is a chair for him and the discussion as to tbe real value of tho goods may continue for an hour or more The merchant starts at a figure about a third higher than his actual pelling price and the customer offers him a third low- Â¬ er Gradually they get together and tho sale is made The Spaniards did not at first understand how to deal with Ameri- Â¬ cans Gen Roseer went to a store to purchase a light linen coat He was asked 11 for it and handed tho cleik that amount and told him to wrap t up Tho clerk brought back the parcel and You handed back 1 with the remark do not understand our way of doing business The merchants now ask Americans the actual selling price though there is evidence to show that sometimes they cannot resist the tempa tion to add an extra quarter Regarding the manufacturing interests it must be remembered that Snain prac-Â¬ tically prohibited all manufacturing in order to increase the home trade and the custom receipts Beyond tbe manufac- Â¬ ture of cigars wax matches and candles there are no manufacturing industries worth mentioning except perhaps the grinding of the sugar cane on the plan- Â¬ tations There is iron copper slone wood and day in abundance yet the iron bedsteads come from England the furniture from Spain and the pottery from Germany Even the linen and fabrics are imported The opportuni- Â¬ ties for labor in the manufactures are bound lets yet the same conditions exist and capital must join hands with labor It seems hardly worth while to pecu- Â¬ late on the security of life and property in Cuba The United States is the only market left to Cuba It Is not probable that anything will be done by the Cubans to endanger trade relations Nor is it at all reasonable to suppose that the United States will permit any Injustice to Americans in Cuba or that the Cu Â¬ bans will so far forget their respect for the United States as to invite trouble of Nor will the United this description States eease to exeroise a wholesome con Â¬ trol as long as the nation is financially Interested in the Cuban ourrenoy and legislation affeotlng it Cubas debt to tbe United State Is not one of tratitmle alone and a sound currency and a prop Â¬ er adjustment of debt eiukiiig fund and interest Is one of tbe things to be looked after When it is remembered that 8outu American Legislatures have a fondness for extravagant approprlallwa and visionary currency lawe It i net probable that tbe interest of tbe United States la Cuba will for some time ae to 1m sufficient to guarantee the af4y of life and property It may be tale v asserted therefore that Cuba oflVts g fine fluid for labor sad capital uedr proper conditions ami tnat tbe Onbaiw tbeweel vs wil give cordial aid In tbe velopmeat of the island New York Sun Â¬ ALL WHO PAY FOR THE 5 Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all of Dental work CL0VERP0RTI kiij IU1E J - KVS I J H Hunsch The TAIL Will be in Clo port on the 2d and Friday of every mc with ONE YAER AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE AAWVAAAWVA ATTORNEY AT LAW V G BABBAGE HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPAKED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY I i AND ASSIGNMENTS i 10a I iaLK3DiiTSBTjric3 szhtttJtojk-y- - Happily in most American soils there is still sufficient natural fertility to pro duce a good crop of sugar beets where as in the soils of Europe where sugar beets have been grown for years the farmers must depend on fertilizers to in Â¬ sure a remunerative crop Two kinds of fertilizers are employed stall manure from the farm and artificial manure generally known as commercial fertilizer For general purposes stalls manure is desirable It should be ap- Â¬ plied in a well rotted condition in tho autumn before the ground is plowed The quantity per acra depends of course on the fertility of the soil but in any case it is not best to apply a very heavy dressing In poor soils it is best to apply the fertilizer for several years in succession rather than to apply enough at once to bring it up to tho re- Â¬ quired state of fertility Too copious an application of stall manure is apt to pro- Â¬ duce overgrowth in the beets which makes them ill suited to the manufacture of sugar If the fertilizer be applied in an unrotted condition it is apt to se- Â¬ riously injure the crop in case of dry Casper May Everything C OANNELTON thats good in i FARM JOURNAL NEARLY FIVE YEARS Remainder of 1899 and all of 1900 3901 1902 and 1903 1 LIFE ACCIDENTI FIRE INSURANC Fnnyshed by GEORCi II CAS PEH KENT Jowclrj nnd Insurance QRANnONUUHQ MALARIA ANTIDO HUGHES TO SPLENDID GENERAL TCW NOTE The N w formula is ve atable and more efl dive than Qa weather Lv uri Of commercial fertilizers three classes are emploved containing respectively nitrogen phosphoric add and potash In some instances these three elements are found In the same commercial ferti- Â¬ ON lizer Nitrogenous manure should be applied with great care to sugar beets It tends to produce a very heavy growth of the beet and thus to diminish its conon tho promises of the late It B Carden ddcoaeed about two and ono tent of sugar Potash and phosphoric acid can be applied with great freedom half miles south of Webster offer at to beet fields in general thev aet much better in conjunction than when applied separately The principles of fertilization depend upon the faot that a soil of good quality to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz should have returned to it all that the 19 head of cattle different sizes and ages 2 head of horses a lot of harvest has remoyed and a poor soil be stooK nogs one corn planter one Keaper Hake and Mower one spring supplied with those elements In which wagon a lot ot sheep Household and kitchen furniture a lot of farm- Â¬ It is defloient ing implements wheat oats and corn Terms of Sale made known on Nothing oan be more certain than that day of sale a soil to which this restoration is not fully made will gradually lose its faculty to produce plants in normal quantity and composition Culture experiments with artificial liquid manures have not been oarrled so far with the beet as with some other plants and therefore the depen Â¬ dence between the composition of sueh liquids and the evolution of the beet has not yet bean determined The basis is also 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earlier than the first week In May In excep Â¬ tional hwom a part of tbe sowing way be aoooiD pushed in April M1KVSTUI0 Mt beets vtpfc la UI be fimlmA tfcefc Natty bt skat tfce last el Harvesting afeoojd be post October fee ejf - FARM JOURNAL It i u year quit after Farm and Household paper h the worl- d- the biggest paper of iU alae in the United State 1 AtBenca naviac over a Million and ahaliref ular reader I your paper made for you aod not a ralant old It la tbe great boited down bit P Onllv vault njr rail 1 O STAGGS excfi aiinilt latween niv Nw A ta alar Sam KhBl aiatit b this line drllterrdl Any ONE of the BIGGLB BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL a w wm u -- u fsrirLKtfLr HEALTH IltcB IICIIIA r j en vdisp SasaaJc of PARM JOURNAL and circular deacriMag BKWLB BOOKS ftee WILMS ATKINSON Add FARM JOURNAL CHAS V JINtMHa FHILADUJHtA t Traveler will And the steamers r asard r Invert artl urciiinuuittii Mat CMllaarv ar entplnveil as went is rqiii in mat u ina oesi it ti la Oeaeml oSkc nl 7 Koutth LwlsvllU r iokl D L PENNY W W HI HHfHmntexKlent 0 V Williams T P A Uwnahnro Ky m wfiM TW IMew W A WALKS and Steel Cap Mfl SheatliittrPaptr WW Roof Paints Roof Cement TarncUMt la geaataj It ty said CASTOR I A Jot Instate ajul OaUsUma AND VITALITY XVL MOTVHB vo i WALKER A BOA Bmattf Tk4 KM Ym Mm Atop Bmchl Â¬ WriMfcrPriOMMd poned to ae late a date as poeslbU pro Â¬ vided the beeta are in no danger of a Bears the Signature of dajfuai 6it lor sale bvN rt S iru ul r Tho ureal reinrty for nnrfoua prueirtttWm tirtfuni uf aoi au b as Ncrvi eiur ti lii im uilrvi uo itt rSo ti y 11 auil ull diauuaea ot Uu Nixhtly Fitusuiu Yiuihful krrr Monul Worry asyalTt was nrOuiuj vtnlih IcaJ in riuuuLiiluu Mid luaajuiir With every tiini ir ri funit htimnuev Hi Id ai vl Of 01 bug DENTISTS Grown Bridge andPlat All kIVl i Hayuw linjfunta li mtTT uiiivniilL erport Kv u4ftfi WUe en HAUDINSitl TH i HE2TJ Yolk Denial Pailois TI1BNBXTI01S ApMMhitloiMMte WheWlUB Che h Lh XIII Now Ih Ilia NIb PATRONS Of HUSBANDRY The Wills 642 FOURTH STRMT 9MAKE BUT NO MISTAKE IN THE RIGHT PIAOC 1 the Wants aad tho trsth Vwr Csats There are three kinds of people in the world the wills the wonts and the oants The first aooomplieh everything- the seeoad oppose everything the third fail in everything The word will means to determine to decide in the mind that something shall be done or forborne im Â¬ plying power to carry the purpose into effect The will is directed or influenced by the judgment The circumstances surrounding the birth of some people are in themselves very discouraging Take for instance the man whose name shall shine with the brightest luster with un dying brilliancy as long as our nation stands a man whose name is honored by men of all nations whose fame crows brighter bs the years pass by who exemplified in his own life the precept of ma 1 ice toward none of charity toward all Born of our own our martyed Lincoln very poor parents with no chance for education his unfaltering will conquered all difficulties overcame all obstacles and from the poor ignorant illiterate boy by power of will paseed up and up from the rail splitter to the lawyers of Â¬ fice and thence on to be chief executive of our nation Turning from this greatest of Ameri cans who by a stroke of his pen struck off the shackles of 4000000 slaves we ask if among that great number of poor ignorant I had almoit said God forsaken creaturee there are any who by the power of will have repaid tho bloody We Qud in sacrifices made for them our late papers an account of the home coming of a negro born in the south a slave who has now become a world famous leader of bis race along educa- Â¬ tional lines Booker T Washington the head of Tuskegee Ala normal institute In tho city of St Paul Minn livesa doc- Â¬ tor educated reilned noted for great skill in his profession He travels over a vast extont of territory is called on in diseases that be 111 j many physicians and his fame is great This doctor is a full blooded Indian with an unpronounce- Â¬ able name meaning crow foot From a poor savage he has taken his place with the most successful in the land Hon By sitting down in his wigwam No but by power of will I have taken an illustration from the three races in our land the whites Gods image carved in marble the negro Gods image carved in ebony the Indian Gods image carved in bronze showing all na- Â¬ tions poseetsed of this gift if they will but use it All honor to the man or wo- Â¬ man the boy or girl who belong to the wills Poverty and hardship have ever been the great schoolmasters of tho race and have forced into prominence many a man who would have otherwise re In nearly every mained unknown instance the achievements of great meu have been due to their power of making the most of little things There is nothing worth having that can bo had without labor The boy or girl striving for education has plenty of room for the exercise of will Education in its true sense means more than spelling and writing It means the growth of power the development of the character the training of all the faculties to their fullest capacity the development of all the forces that fit the man for hiBmoat per- Â¬ fect work What men want is not talent it is purpose in other words not the power to achieve but the will to labor The poet bos aptly said Fancy the world a hill lad Look where the millions stop Youll find the crowd at the base lad Theres always room at the top It is by the exercise of this power that the grange has become so powerful a fac- Â¬ tor in the land From a puny tiny seedling struggling for life it has devel oped into a mighty tree under whose branches many of our most intelligent progressive men and women are gath- Â¬ ered to day placing faith in God and nurturing hope that he who has given them the will will help them success- Â¬ fully to carry on thia order whose object is the advancement of their fellow men I find myself reluctantly approaching the wonts and the cants You have all met them They are to be found in al places the school church college town We may truly say state and nation A These we have always with us measure of importance to the public is proposed in the town perhaps regarding roads bridges or school affairs Is it Why not No Simply be Â¬ carried cause the wonts will not and the cants cannot be made to see the necessity of it It is the same in the affairs of the church state and nation For the benefit of the farmer Institutes are held in many places You will find there men of edu- Â¬ cation and experience learned in the actual working of the farm progressive reading the best agricultural papers whole farms well tilled productive are increasing in value year by year But the ratio of these men who attend eager to give and receive all the knowledge poeeible in their line is as 1 to 10 The nine Where then are the nine you will find at home sneering ridicul ing all paper farming going on in the same oldruts year after year What are you going to do about it You may lead a horse to water but you oant make him drink He might but he wont he eould but he says by his actions I cant A small voiee is asking do you have any Well to of them In the grange be honest with you once in a while one gsts away from outside and wanders In the grange but as a rulebe does not like us yerv well The wills are too energet- Â¬ ic to suit him aad he aadehis way back la the world again Mrs K K Haddon Y Orange HaleottsvlUe Â¬ Â¬ SCT54 rtb ESTABLISHED 888 KVii Inal iWo lmw IIimU Oill were tl reiliiro Hie price Dentistry to briug it within the reach 3Rc t wmtli of fi m lo jf an pimtl niil the Otiio Kiver bl all IVetli Extractrel Pill il with AnmlgHin it led with Gold huJ loy lluiiiuiin 1 filled with Goll Good Snt of Teeth lest Set of Teeth uo Better made 1800 I d Plates Unpaired and made an good new Ve ex ract ii 60c AN 75i 00 mid up C 00 tetth hIhuIiii I v without Ve art the ony n extract iou t li i temporary teeth iniilaB from Si n ti lily bIwrvb in Httticlino 1 titlntH in tliw cily lli in d ri f 1 ic thtm y 1U flock AJKIRST mneltons Leading Tailor ILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN NEED LADIES fO UR IN SHOPPING BY PROXY Do you want ivn nrticle that cannot get in your own town is handled by n big concern in II eo drop a letter lisville ting your needs to IS ADDIEG DITTO Purchasing Agent 1919 Brook Street Louisville She will gladly Ky Airmail you all information and assiat you inlying JSSES 65c 650 1 25 AND UP return your money i t Millar Ike itri Sale Treuae Made WBI FKllM fee thin nns tlilrH rO rloe charged by otherr and WE 1 HTrr Tn iit ibu PFBrrcriv huv irTuilwllh OQrUf IrtMkTraii orntlF eLIS Ma cut thl efrtlele Uaelle Trait Illuitratnil BhA it and send tons with OIR Hlklllt rails onrmlaku wiekt as howlonir TouhiYtwei red whether rupture In large or email i tlwiUU er Incbe around the body on a Una with tin re ar whether niidutvl on right or left aide win una eitner true lo you wiin tne unaer nc If II li seta irfret III ruailte Inwi Iks i tare uati our orlre you oan return it ami we FOR FREE TRUSS CATALOGUE ii n Trvu 7C inciudinir tne M iiuou alatMt ear eae led wkltkwell far wZilu CHICASO SEARS ROEBUCK A ia rn Co Ufc thantl Pcniniiiisliln Itc IGHT FREE in M VII tocveralper li in ench locality Write at once this Ir wont laet forever iueiur luge ad- in - KrMat MtunrlM My wt Wleve t hat the cottweUUoiio life at ninety to prseUoally nil or ratlier is aa iuoaloak ble quantity The oamlle bo often goee out in men of that ate even when there let no hrM i stirriug that their lives are never safe for an hour It ie reasonable therefore ae Leo XIII will be ninety on Match 2nd next fur others than Cardi nal to speculate on the result of the next conclave which must arrive so soon and will so profoundly interest the whole f the Christian world It is most Improbable next to impossible that a non Iulian Cardinal should be elected Not only is the tnojorily in the conclave c imposed of Italians born the totals beirg thirty live lo twenty nix but there are grave reasons almost over Â¬ whelming reasons why no one who is not of that nation should be elected The old reason that the Church is central zed in Home and the congregations or committees which govern it would feel themselves out of touch with a for- Â¬ eign Pope is still operative and rather stronger than weaker because the new dogma has compelled them all to exhalt their chiefs spiritual rights Infallibility cannot be entrusted to a barbarian International enmities have become more bitter and no German or English- Â¬ man could be elected because Frenchmen would behove him hostile whila the choice of a Frenchman wo ld rouse suspicion in all who think in German o pOeeiblv in Magyar There are but two Slav Cardinals Ledochowskiand Missia and though tho former would be a worthy candidate he would be disliked both in Kusia and Germany as sure to keep up the sentiment partly religious and partly national which prevents Poles from being politically forgotton An American Cardinal might no doubt be elected without exciting much inter- Â¬ national feeling though Spanish America it must be remembered is a great division of the Catholic world and both detiits and dreads the Noith American but the election of Cardinal Gibbous would seem to the congregations a rev- Â¬ olutionary proceeding too if those We shall be surprised brave and courtly old gentlemen choose any man who will not look his part or who in his hearing suggests anything At the same time they will groteuiue desire as English Piemierd do when they recommend an Archibishopasafe man certain not to Bhock the world witrt novelties or to travel on a line which his bubordinate coadjutors do not under-Â¬ stand These conditions will be found lo thin the numbers greatly strik- Â¬ ing out Cardinal Oreglia who would be dangerously fanatic Cardinal Capecela tro who ia too old jeventy seven Car- Â¬ dinal Svampa who is too young forty eigii Cardinal Parocchi who is plebe Â¬ ian and corpulent in outward appearance Cardinal di Pielro because he is disliked at Berlin aud above all Cardinal Itam pollu the Secretary of State whose chan- Â¬ ges ire rather favored by the writer in the Quarterly but who lias probably olletuled half tho Sierad College by bis imperiousnese and all the governments He of Europe especially the French will be no more elected than Antonelli would have been This leaves in the front rank of the Piipabili only three menCardinal Gotti whom the Pope has indicated as his suc- Â¬ cessor Cardinal Jacobini and Cardinal The first is described in the Vanutelli Quarterly as a reserved man a Carmelite monk who is greatly favored by Cardi- Â¬ nal Itampolia but whose purposes may be kept a secret even from him and he eitlur is personally a kind of saint or he The second is a Rom- Â¬ alleotB saiutship an by birth of moderate opinions an ellicient organizer with a democratic turn devoted to Papacy and supposed to be in bad health which may mean only that he is indisposed to play a Car- Â¬ dinals part in the society of Home The third is a man of accomplishments the foreign vote wlio conciliated and who may yet succeed in soothing away the opooaition of the Jesuits Wn should be inclined to fancy that un- Â¬ less the choice fell upon some compar- Â¬ atively unknown Italian it would rest upon one of these three The chances of the unknown it should be remember- Â¬ ed are greatly impaired by a certain necessity of speed the Conclave desir- Â¬ ing uot to leave time to the govern ment to interfere or exert pressure on behalf of a favcrite with their peoples London Spectator The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmmmmiiMmsuiMmmmi Red Hot Values are Daily Being Offered AT QUE MAMMOTH STORE PILU I I U llTIIINal U II le Prettest assortment in the county at unheard of prices -- Henderson Route Liiisrillt Mm Mo Si Uiii li Ns Gi Tfm Vara hi EfTett Jhm IS ItM XAIT BOUND 41 Hs 44 46 SLLetit XvaMrflfe nfaMWVBafOtT0 I s Lr Kettwvtt SpottevMe Kmi4 WorthlBftM MartiMlv Qweeteore Fewer forRoetportJBd CMrTKn Pat WalttBM Lewfaport HawearSla for Caaaakea aaagaawSaaaSaSaJ Paleoa Petris s s new designs and without a question HRY fiflnnQ UllI uUUEJu a doubt can satisfy the most fastidious of Sklllmin Tel City Cloverpert Holt Addlion SBtpla Pierce Lodlbarg- 9 42 9 48 10 04 10 07 Q1 IU2U 10 24 980 450 4M 607 610 620 s Stephemport 636 591 a NflTIflRIQ II U I lUll v tns Paracuar nnc tne articles aretoonum erous to relate Visit us and get good values n Webster IrrioKton Gkron Gtuton SHOES This department is our prido We handle nothing but the beat grade All new stylos and Hold GROCERIES Coming to this line Both staple and fancy which is of vast importance and probably tho most essontial it shall at all times bo replete with good things Brandenburg I one Branch Rock Haven Willow Dale Howard Weat Point Kentucky Street 1038 1040 1048 1066 1104 1113 1138 64S 5 61 60S 557 610 617 1 ae u 86 n 1143 630 645 715 7 11 Warn 1230pm Dep Ar 1336pm Londvllle Union 3em WEST BOUND I under a guarantee No 41 No 43IN0 845 918 981 944 961 967 45 Louisville Union Dep Kentucky street vveet Iomt Lv 7 37am 450pm 8 36pm 750 836 83B 8 37 8 49 6 08 J VeaAJ M I JL X3rVX3XGJi03 feOaAmlllSr The Climax of Attire in Mans Dress is His Hat Wlllowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Howard 587 843 858 906 914 921 Brandenburg Eltron Gaston lrylngton Webster Lodlbarg Pierce Sample 938 937 943 967 1001 1004 1016 1020 1032 Tell City J 1042 10 49 Stephemport Addison Shops Sklliaan 948 FIGHTS POLYGAMY tig8BBmmmmm8mmmm When you take into consideration the numerous styles that are constantly confronting us the opinion naturally arises how in tho world does the iorchant keep in lino We do this by constantly buying The stock we show you this fall is the swellcst line over displayed in Irvington Wo have from 100 and upwards hats We also have a beautiful line of Caps for both men and boys Holt Cloverport Haweavllle for Camel ton Miss Helen Gould Contributes the Sum of 6000 to Aid in the War on Mormonl5m Miss Helen Gould has gi en 0000 to the League for Social Service to bo used in the oriande against Mormouism As a medium thmuh which to use her money most effectively in aiding in the expul iou from ConKreM of Brlghum II Rob riF Miss Gould chooses the league because iis delinit- - olj ct is the social and industrial advancement of the coun- Â¬ Fetrle Falcon Lewlspott Waitman 1054 11 04 1110 Powers for Rockport Ind 1119 1130 Pates 11 40 Owensboro 1161 Mattlngly Griffith 1156 1159am Stanley 1307pm Worthington 1214 Reads SpotUvilla 1238 12 S9 Baskets 1245 Henderson 115 KvaasvlUe Ar 716pm St Louis 6 48 568 600 609 618 626 643 661 659 707 712 720 724 727 789 743 754 801 812 818 827 838 842 853 9 05 540 t- - lOOfi 1008 1014 1034 1031 1036 1046 1049 1059 lloS 1119 1136 1189 11 58pm 916 921 9 36 938 939 947 954 1010 1040pm 1215am 1230 12Se 1299 1265 135 730am try She intends to use also every personal effort to bring to a bucrselul rnd the or ganized attack ou j o ytHtmUE practices which the leitguo lias planned The league ha i issued 1070000 pamphlets in pursuance of Mim Goulds They ru aimed directly at directions Mot monism and will be distributed all When tht y are over the Lnitwl Statcf exhausteJ millions more id follow them It i the intention of lie lrpgue to follow up the advantage gamed tluough Miss Goulls net ami to continue the paper warfare vigorously Ex Â¬ 5r 55r w IF Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Seeping Can and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between Louisville Kvaniville 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 Lonisville Evsnsyuie and St Louis without Coaches between Louisville out change E BROWN IRVINGTON KY change Nos 43 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant and Eransville withEDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Loeurrflle Ky Â¬ sHiif L H li St L Rvi Fordsvllle Brancfi 10 YOTJ WANT TO BUY No 3t No 5t AM TIMETAILEN i 18 1809 imsmsEsssa pERVOUS DISEASED TII13 NEW WEAK MEN a Ms 3 NO CURE- - NO PAY MUTIloD TREATMENT original with Dm K V K will posi tively cure forever nny furm of Llood or Sexual dUeane It tu tho rccutt of SO yean cirerienco in tho treatment of tbeae uiaeaiiec li V3 NEW CLEAN IN EFFOTSTJNDAY WestBoundTralni JUNE East Bound Train No 2t tNo AM STATIONS O WE CURE SYPHILIS 3 This terrible Woo I Yoon th terror W of luankinil yields readily to our hEW al Hcwaro of Mercury TREATMENT Iotab etc They may ruin our pyiteoi If you have eoiealn the mouth or tongue palm In the joints sore throat hair 01 eyebrows fulling out ilinplcor blotche atoniaeh deraniteiuint oro eyee hcad nohiu etc you lm o tho aeeondary itatro vie aoucii toe of tnlo JJlooil loison mnai ifiailnntn mm am hallenTO the world foroanewo accviit for treatment and cannot cure Ey our treatment tho ulcere heal the hail grows again palnj disappear tho kin tipuomes neaimy uu mantauo Is jiossiblo und safe -- GOODS at the right place and right prices go to Sig Loeb the reliable merchant at Guston Ky 18 Â¬ 10 50 11 13 11 34 11 38 11 38 11 40 11 60 11 67 12 09 12 14 12 30 12 60 12 65 1 00 105 1 1 18 30 fM PM 6 45 7 08 7 19 7 38 7 38 7 35 7 45 7 52 8 04 8 09 8 36 8 45 8 60 8 55 9 00 9 08 9 15 FM L Irvington Garfield Ar 9 Harned Kirk Jolly Hardlmburg Junction Clendeaae Dempster Junction 00 8 36 8 34 8 30 8 15 8 10 8 01 7 64 Ud 5 45 6 30 6 09 6 05 6 00 4 4 4 4 4 4 55 46 SO Dempster Falls of Rough Rockvale Ruth Asklns Oaks Ar Fordsvflle Lv 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 42 SO 15 87 66 48 44 36 30 27 15 00 43 3 3 38 3 38 8 21 3 15 JH fU AM LOOK AT THESE PRICES Good Jeans pants lined all through with heavy cotton Trains 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington wkn Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsvllle branch Trains s J 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a sad 4 connect at Irviagtoa with Mala Llae trains 41 4s 43 and 44 t Dally KeJ M TnouMwls of young anil wIJ H i ed I al men liato Iheir vigor and vitality abuses I iter excesses ir nlal by early worry etc No mittcr the caiifc our New Method Treatment Is tho refuge ftlRFaiARANTFTn lbs Granulated sugar 100 per pair Great Western cotton yard 10c All Roasted coffees package 8 1 3 45o Good Green Coffee pound 4o Shorthand Penmanship Etc taught 5o Hoosier cotton yard Bookkeeping BY lJLTJLi WECUREIMPOTENCYW And restore wl Jnrtn to normal condi tion Ambition lilo and energy are ro- mai newed and ono leois iiiibiwii among men Eery case is treated Individually no Hire all heuce our wonder ful success No matter what nils you consult us confidentially We an fur niidi bank bonds to guarantee to ucioinliliti what wo claim Â¬ A full line of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Fall courses 26 ossh or yon oan pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH Groceries Hardware Tinware and Chinaware at the very lowest prices Books and blanks rauc The principal ol tMs sehee Mens and Boys clothing at lower prices than you can buy them else Is the author of the liadino system of bookkeeping which is used in thousand of public and private where schools Including the public schools ol New York A full line ladies Mrs Pinkhams Medicine Made - VMltJTftVy VARICOCELE MIHILIS HLKKT HTKItTlKK fMPiTENtY SECRET DRAINS PNNATURAIi DfstHARU KS KIDNEY ami RUDDER Diseases CUNSUiTVaJu nust JvB lRKE If unablo to call write for ir a 1 250000 CURED A full line ladies adVCII-iX-IJiTElIS A full line ladies Capes 50 skirts 75 cents and up Jackets 250 and up and other large cities The lxading system of Shorthand Is taught Students from every State You can graduate ia your spake timk be It ever as lHCIe SrceiAL Srftdute aW4 te posHUu ATM TO THOSI WHO BIND FOR CAXALOOBM AT ewes cents and up SCHWARTZ SCHOOL aa aa West JeMsrww St LsttUvlHs K QUESTION IWARTZ LOUISVILLE SCHOOI2a02r6tt KY a New Woman of Mrs Kuhn Lrma xo iiu i inxbaii mo 6M9 Dkak Mbs Pinkuam I think it te my duty to write to you expressing ruy sincere gratitude for the wonder- Â¬ ful relief I have experienced by the use of Lydla B Pinkhams Vegetable Com- Â¬ pound I tried different doctors also different kinds of medicine I would feel better at times then would be as bad as ever For eight years I was a great suf Â¬ ferer I had falling of the womb and was la suck misery at toy monthly periods I could not work but a little before I would have to lie down Your medleine has made a sew woman of bm I oan bow work all day and sot get tired I thank you for what you have done for me I shall always praise your medlelavs to all suffering women Mrs B K Kumx Gbkmjlmo Ohio 14 TREATMENT RLANK for UOMJ Ladies hate ai any price and at your own price at that All shape styles and etc It will pay you to come and give me a call HAIR BALSAM and beaMlftee tat halt a ICUaui yalla laiurteat srewlfc W BeeMre flraj I Malr to I la Tauthftil aalw I Cure ecla dUaejea hair faJuar PARKERS Kennedy Kergan I22W Fourth St CINCINNATI O jDROa iUWlMUlliyW IkjflLLULjBmiXl SIG LOEB n- LYONS W2 VaaKf yk MARK1 ch-crsTo- xcrz m trade BWZaVamemnwirai eneaa e LOCUST LAWN HERD of f 5 VFa A 11 KMIIUKIIWI - nirjjsvw VJ gL SfJX ristered Poland China Swine loavnodora Saniixoa a in ol King Trenton ij6il the grtales wi ii nz ioiuiui v in H twig living or ucaa a duulfciUI oT hi Clc lvl i Mm oit w can tiulhful y My without an in it hv i hl aled Send No Money tat klei aaa walaku etaM number if lu lies around body at t under cal tsaun er knaat under amis auu we rli w j aiiuyiivule eaaadaaUaai Diamine auHiMt audny Hon at ur Marvel ei aaactly yr ii tllaiS Y1VR1IHR ruttUs 111 send uu BUI MIBM kl l u K wkjaet w eaaaal caiihi oi Yiiu ran e i anil no it at your oearait freight de poi ana it aaiiuu found aartaMlf HllihlWI aaautly aa revreaMtefl aaaal la aieaa4ae Mbere eeli aa auj aa ew uei aaa ina a mihu or aaj tiUsiTsar aiMisii ioti SEND NO MONEY wiiit wn mm m Bat Our Special OfUr Prioa I outaadseodto ns and InleSI 111 k- ruaa Bi aud al ami It roand Ikd SIlAat and freight cnaraa ine nai uinv waiaua TO eeata for aaea DOS aulas IMiMiuudsandtba frelgut will house and OIV1 IT THaEErllft0NTlla TKIALIa your o you are not aatlaltad We tall elf- any we will return your IIS fara1 aaataa aad araaaa er Baeiac naaaiMa al aioee Calalaa 1IIIM1 aa all fall aaaaitka la Oar free laalaa Mediae in 1550 7r tPiR tf LAXATIVE Waall katsiSSO hr greatest U tha aiLUSLI 1SD DROP DESK OABIKET BUMDIO K value ever offered by an r nouaa UU Wrtie SOT fori 1MB W M MiirfiM S to aer aa khmi or n h i an miiiviilu4l within hrlariMit Hut w II no th w rocurda can all aaad aili- - h art teady lot nrvka Htiiac and itul willpUiaa miii Caa lor quality c 1 an on at uauiaaa never a braU Mtnl SnTtfWlNfoiirinaioM sllVla wi wawpo BEWAWE OF IMITATION MHW Teitlanii uta offering aakaea Haakla under arliu Iiijncnuuta WHO 0 A F00E SON IrvlHgtoH Ky a fkN - Hlalaaaalf umlail Fd i iu aJQBki alf NHYROYAL PILLS li raukaaaua Kaarliaa IMaunail Mnaaa OaA ujpm l TaTT alaaj xaiM -J an fr mv aaiuaaiari liilaaaUai aa4 - ataUaf war CaaMa a waiar w riam ML IMW riflifa-ay- aiaiaaaalliaanlaan - AX Du ti aa I V auMiiurAjr m wiiii aim ribi Take VJT - na 111 rlUkU -- twouiaa - fl 14a v I have taken eight bottles of Lydla X PlBkhams Vegetable Compound aad used two packages of your Sana Â¬ tive Wash also some of the Liver Fills aad I can say that your remedies will do all that you claim for them Before taking your remedies I was very bad with womb troubls was nervous had bo ambitloB eould uot sleep aad my food ssea d to do bm bo good Xow X am well aad your medleine hasoured Be IwlUglavdlyroommendyourBasd lelaa to every one wherever I go aad Ofeteoat IwiSTdoubH breasted Bager watarpnot a ullar fancy plaid Mnlng nat uA eaa aHatnasntAsl SattuIIlSL MJrS ajfWeH ta1 htiwww tor both rata araraaj and aultabla ereaiaaa euarauieea otber auuae rarlrae iuaaaaalaeot Mans MacklDtoabeauit and t ss mliooe to MJ writ lot buks al Iron lt I Hfc Pklst mursuha Dlinnirtlf 7sr FasaMOBls Bishop of Agasw Mteb bare used Foleys Hooey and ssyr I Tar ia three very seven eases of paeu moaia the past month with good E A R Fisher Oloverport results A Witt HiiKllasburg Dr MMi a a el ea aami aaiM M J C TonMi AilKteel Invert Cum bl nation Beam CataJoua Address PERFECT TUi SCALES tree LAST rORCVErl Jonks or Iihohamton BINQHAMION N ITC08TSY0UW0TMIWfl and li ooavlnoadaVaaea veaewaa l Ssinnn VSig then SO at 11 xltUe Uuee at ear fees frakski aseei lie JIK ftp WI TOluYfill kHitaiiel etMste W sill r Sli i Hbackr are Ihiruanhiy raMahle A44rMt ROEBUCK 4k CO mm sh9nh a various names wltn aaa frtaaS la CaJeaaa aad iMra wke are naa SWHSUI larautaaair eitiu ronrr or grwit nivn uaua Miyiae Habit Wlu THI MAUfcltk IHfcBKaTMAUKU IN AHEBIIJA FHOM THJC HHI HAIIXUI RI 71 WJJ -- s WAWEH tAWM IflvP IBjbbms f I alaCTHsVl SYRUP NATURES CURE FOR V a f mil 4tk See etaer sewing i haer eeaMseea kKxraud caMuet nnlaaflueal ilrkel drawer aaJla reeks on 4 ten uall naariim adluaUble treaJle aenulae Hearth Iran itind a Uraa Miab Arm kaa niitftwi fuur autliui lead aalr shraadlaa vtbrak Hitfliiuie aaioaatlo bobbin wladar adjuakaaie hearlaga DateafVaaaloa libeiauir In umen loose wheal aujuetablepreeaei foot Improved skueue tan lai iietii needle bar paasai areas guara neaaisaanoec an aad kaaatlfalf Jf IOKlL at feraalkaaTesaraal GUARANTIED Ike Mrklaal raaH gnr kaaee mukanal Hranukad aad ear Tree iWuottpn UUs auS junt h iauyune an ruu II and do either plain o any alad or fancy work so- bixdinq aoAaUUnral u anl mi Ua avarv eaauhlna full and wi wltlileieet lwlh labia rreaa head la alaae for SM ekeUtee carved neaelsd Sraaara 11 fAW one Illustration Tumi rvuisn WU ping f row lubt to be used aa a eaair leM JJSgf saowa saaeaiae oieaea iaeaaaroe OAK rtaaS ee li CONSTIPATION from well known lutsUvc jriscjifs Tegetabies and fruits for the care ofTitHJ Sick Rfg4 of ttawkM Its neys liver and bowels On accoant lack of rnlnrl pisaaant aromatic Savor and ou drugs It U a Ideal remedy pr ttlwre aewelfM adults Raiknfacturwn by aaad A DELIGHTFUL LIQUID LAXATIVE iiii nl OonstlDiiUsri Torpid Ltver cbe und all aarangtcVcondltloas JWtSALXllY v n iaraus Tinriajl itu Xk isu IEARS rathVarihtXamSMiei WK Inc Chicago Bdtiar la Ska fen eaf renaes SHORT HAYNES ky III OlAWjjjroOBT v Hs u Potato onion seta atSnliers Try onr 10 eant lnnoh City Bakery is health The secret of health is MrR B Oglaehy the power to digest and assim Mud Farmers left Monday to at the Institute Mate a proper quanity of food Dr J T Mllner of Pateevilta was In This can never be done when the city Monday on business Menerp Jim Hetanen and Bd Kelly of the liver does not act its part Itawnrtille were In town Sunday J E Urgfram of Henderson spent Saturday and Sunday In the oity Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ You can get an extraordinary value in lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ laHet shoes for 1 26 at Supers Captain and Mrs J H Rowland are pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles v siting Mrs BIIm Taylor at RosetUt Henry Ray and wife of this place at Â¬ jaundice bilious fever bilious- tended church at Duke3 last Sunday ness and kindred diseases Mr Houston Miller of this county lies returned from a visit at Owensboro Judge Ahl and Owen Ounnlngharr of tlanlinsburg were in town Saturday News Telephone your order for groceries to tbe City Bakery and get them promptly Jim Jackson of Haweevlile is here in WEDNESDAY NOV S2 18J19 the employ of the Cincinnati Cooperage Secret of Beauty Boiled ham at Jule Bippela James Swope Commits Suicide At Patesville James Swope ag 90 who Uvea near Pataevtlle eommtttad mtlehle Hunday afternoon about two oclock by hanging hitneelf in a barn Tha oauee of the rash deed oaunot be aoeoiinted far At the time of taking his llfo Iih wm living with his brother David Swop A Xxws reporter gleaned theea particu Â¬ lars from Pateeville oUiwme aa to tbe probable oauee of young Swope taking his life About five years ago ftwopes father and a man by the name of Pulliam had an encounter in the town of Hawesville which resulted in the killing of Mr Swope Since this sad occurrence young Swope has been deeply greived and the affair rested heavily upon his mind Often times his aieoclatea have heard him say I cannot enter upon my daily duties of f ura work as I could when my father waa living everything seems to go wrong Ard It is from thia affair they attribute tbe taking of hia life It Is said he waa a law abiding citizen in- Â¬ dustrious sober and n young man of prominence in his neighborhood and has never at any time displayed any signs of an unbalanced mind Dr Bulls Cough Syrnp prevents pneumonia or inflammation of the Iuiic This cele- Â¬ brated remedy will cure a cough or cold promptly It is the best remedy for all kinds ol lung trouble and com but 95 cts a bottle TWO DEATHS AT QLENDEANE naeial Rev Wm nnenf W veai of ag tiled Sat Â¬ urday morning after revcral weeks of plnfnl Hlnwwi He was aetlve and use Â¬ ful while hia manhood strength re malnwl patient and uiful in age and infirmity a eunwemtfd Christian a true eoldl r of the oroa tie lived well and dlfd triumphantly His good worke live after him and only eternity nn ell the iniluenw of this noble life whoee aim was to do good Rev Miller of Falls of Rough held services at the home nf the deceawd Sunday at 10 am after which the remains were interred at the burying ground at Mr Charley Nov JO fBTOY V f in DAY HEROISM Struggling through life cursed with oa is a common experience How- Â¬ American gHmJ Beauties Glrvdranb tarrh Doyou know this Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills Breckenridge i ever heroie the fight catarrh gen erally wine under some name or other it go ta the beet of ua Frank E Ingalls Waoo Tex and thou sands of others have been permanently cured of catarrh by Dr Hartmana successful remedy Here is Mr- Ingalls letter Ujjey akJH 4r vW Pe-ru-- - Robertsons Again ltst week came the death An Â¬ gel among u claiming another of eged and ready Suddnn wrb tbe d ath f Mrr Margaret A Deane who was in us- Â¬ ual good health till Wednesday morninp Feeling somewhat indispoeod she lay down for rest where ahe wa found a little later dead She was burled at the family burying ground at Mr Ell DeaneV VQf ft A Co of the American John Englehard Tobacco Co at Owensboro waa hero Fiiday Mrr Hannah Hardin and Mrs Ohas Reidel of Holt were in town Mon day The News in Brief at thfl Oily Bakery Bhopplng Wreck At Pleasure Ridge Park liny your fruHn Mlsq Helen B Lynch daughter A V - C v-- 1Si k i A i William Woode of Glendeane came SHVKIIAL IlltlOU I AND WANTKD persons us as to town Monday on busintw He has geisin this and close by to represent Salary Mana a counties 9o A OENERAL RENOVATION something near 5000 pounds of tobacco year and expenses Straight bona tide no more no less salary ioltlon erinanent lur refer prolocal dealers have enees any bank In any tovn It is mainly oftice The ladies of the Baptist church at and it is said the of the best crops in the work conductwl M home Ieference Knclose place are giving their church a gen- Â¬ nounced it one self addrtsed stamped envelope this Tiir Dominion CeUTANV Uept 3 Chicago eral renovation The walls are being county newly papered the floor recarpeted and all other necessary improvements are being attended to They expect to be ready for service Sunday morning when their pastor assisted by Rev Bruner of Baltimore will begin a protracted meet- Â¬ 0 weneboro was in town Fiiday Less than two per cent of all the men ing Mrs G M Earlea of Haweayille ar- Â¬ In America own full dreea suits and As rived here last week to make her home fully seven eighths of our American Nearly Completed with her brother Robert Polk families have their dinners at noon TERMS MADE KNOWN Dr J II L Moorman city aeeeesor Mre - Priest Moorman of tbe Glen Edward Bok BY APPLYING TO haa nearly oompleted his Hat of personal deane neighborhood waa the guest of To The Daan Tie Co and realty property He thinks that George Sho t from Friday until Mrs THE HIGHLAND NURSERY I Babies and children need Monday John Alaxander a popular Bnra3 man there has been a considerable increaae Cloverport ky j proper food rarely ever medi I Sam Weatherholt of Tobinsport ship Â¬ has sold to the Dean Tie Company 1600 in valuation in both lists ped by boat Monday night to Louisville worth of fine timber If they do not thrive cine The Shooting Stars Run Him to the seven head of fine steers averaging 1000 i on their food something is Woods Dr Balls Gengh Syrup is a speedy pounds asdtflicacloui ear- - for ereup wheepteg cough Ky Nov 21 1890 Uardimbuho I wrong They need a little Make your wants and wishes known M bMMhhfa No child thotild b lft te u9r riding through Garfield Mrs II V Duncan wishes to when in the groeery department and wa lh tortuesof this llfnt wha porvsti can set Special A man get their digestive help to one morning last week about five oolook announce to the public that she ex- Â¬ pleasure in meeting your de Â¬ thh wonderful ranady or J mm will take waa very muoh surprised at the meteoric I machinery working properly pects to go out of business immed- Â¬ mands Suaer RHEUM ATISM CATAHRH showers in that vieinity So brilliant L- iately and that her goods are being Mr V Wlngert has rented the store waa everything around for awhile that offered to her customers at remark Â¬ room formerly occupied by M Hamman tha man waa actually alarmed He had Son as furniture deslera to oondaet his Are Head Diseases Oared by I B B not read hie eounty paper and therefore ably low figures She haa her stand Battle Free te Sufferers rJerehant tailoring business knew nothing of the shooting stars that at the Galloway House on Main most everybody waa expecting When Hr and Mrs Conrad Simons and street where her stook is on exhi- Â¬ COD daughter MlaaNoma of Tobinsport will the atara began to shoot ona after another It ia the dean seated obstinate erlltfESSOM WtTHffrPOPHOSPMTES Mrs Duncan has been sell- Â¬ bition leave soon for Los Angeles Ual They of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B be palled up hia horse and took to tbe ing at reduced prioes for sometime month vieiting Mr B Botanic Blood Balm enree It matÂ¬ woode wlll be afeeeat will gerverilly correct this M sons ralaMYM but she is now compelled to oloee ters not what other treatment doctors Saw the Stars Pail in 1833 I difficulty out at any sacrifice to herself She Mr and Mrs Saw Conrad ara spending sprays liniments madioatad air blood two waaka at La van worth withretotivaa purinere bare failed to do B B B al Hardiimiom Ky Nor l 1800 invites the public to oall and get If vou will put from one- and iriawto Mis Ooarad whlla tbare waya promptly reaeuea the real eanae Special Speaking of metaorie showers tbe advantage of thia sale She fourth to haUf a teamoonful will enjoy the apart of killing partrldgec and roota oat ami drivaa from tbe bonea no ona saw the atare fall here leet week has on hand about thirty trimmed ami anttra If they eame down and wa mlased aaaiag jelnte mneona membrane WU1U Wilson aUto dty wade hia in babys bottk three or four hats whose prioes are out one half ayatam tha epeoine poison in tbe blood fbam it waa on account cf tba aloud y Iret trip Wednesday night on aagiae 11 times a dav vou will soon see that causae RbaamaUaaa and Catarrh weather and not for want of lntareet Her hats are of the beet material te leara the road wheal he returned home B B B ia the only remedy strong But Uare ara two paraona hat who a marked improvement For and newest style with prices rang a vtry severe oaaa olahiekan pox be bad I I enough to do tbia ami euro so there ean saw them fall In 1883 O W and JCf I I Ladies 4 ing from 00 oents to S3 lartfer outeven from nan 10 Mr AU Ilaatos of Hardlabrg spet navar be a return of tha aymptome Beard Speaking of tba incident be hats are sold for 2 2 hats for 1 according to waa aoaoaananled Dont give up hope but try B B B aVmday in the city and a teasDoonful other day Mr Beard said Wa ware lit Â¬ Childrens hats for 50 oents Her borne by hie atator Miaa Olaj who baa Botanlo Blood Balm or S Be Largo bot tle boys then aevan and eight yeare of 1 age dissolved jn their mllK baan tb gaaat of her brother Mr John Uaa 1 air bottles full traatmaat 96 at ae and living in tba eouniry down on ribbons and trimmings are equally if you st desire will very B B B ia an bonaat reme IJaato for several waaka drug store Dorrattaetaak I ramembar tba thing reduced Such a Slaughter Sale soon show Its great nourish Mr Bdward Polk of Toblneport Ind adytaat makaa real eurea of all Blood aa wall aa if it ware yaataulav Green has not been known before in thia ban 111 for aevaral days Ulaillnaaa Diaiaiaa attar everything alaa fails Wa and I bad ooeaakm to gat up in tbe early the mothers ing You will do yourself an in- plaoe to teeeral debility Mr 9dk to have absolute eonfidanoe In Botaajii part of tbe nlgbt and whan we walked b milk tee 0t nourish the jiutire if you miss this opportunity so you may teat Ik out Into tba yard tba whale baaveftt bla Mth yar and la tba faibar of Mr Blood Balm henos - - mnrrMinnln wa will sand a TRIAL BOTTLK FRK1 seamed to be a blase of mk 1 TVIV wlui Ufa needs the emul w baby mww ryw imHP that plaoe faty store at wgiMtt and prepaid to Niwaraadata stood there and wateked f Pr udH thuts an nffnet beak to lfdr Mr Martin Frank of ToUaaVOJt lad JtliajMS aaadieal advioa iraa Addreaa wa got tired and UAT ItRKVgR BXjTXHD BALM CO 81ft Mitchell tt cfltelejpgt upon melhcrj aid nothing mtmr the M waa u town Friday enrwtl to LotUevUl ooMsjfifistt mux xxn MUX BOX day nor Jo MM Mr Sbaw ncatal to oaa hia t tboaght that wa the dlylhlH AND who Tel mm Tee ntN Jee ajp tha Handaraoa roata m ha an4hvoo all drafjtot things and that it waa that wiy every anaUlnaa injuria on tha hand in col JONMfOF 1INQHAMTON vlMl A HOWNI hiinllt N Yk 11 nlgbt IIMCsHAMTOfMIY H1 li ii ii liaioo at Plaaaora Kidge tn ef Â¬ Examine Stilzra new linn n cwota Lartlea ntady mad i aMrta at Sutura Miss Clara Morodock of Louisville A bargain in a guflollne ntove at Sul was a passenger on Mondays west bound zerfl train for Owensboro Heinz can booiIh hoIiI at the City Bak Â¬ Mrs T B Squires and neice Miss ery Josephine Gwartney of Sample were in A I Atwood of f JarliniburK waa in town Saturday shopping town Monday G A Hendry of tho mall department St L road has movod from Lownev flno randies can bo had at of the L H Flaherty to West Point tbe City Bakery Cary Apploijato waa among the visit Â¬ Miss Forrio Hardin and Mr Forrest Haynes of Holt accompanied by Mr and ors to the city Sunday The bnt creamory uhepeti ia handled Mrs Albort Wolfe of Louisville spent Sunday in town at Into Sioppls Havp yon inprtpd SuVtra mammoth The first time you feel or see any ine of Ml rubber thing wrong with your eyee is the right Inst rcceivod a new shipment of Doug- Â¬ timo to uso Sutherlands Eagle Eye las nhoes at Suiters Solve It is a sure and safe cure for in- Â¬ Thurman Hook of llardimburgppont flammation granulated lids or sore oyrs Sunday in the city Good druggsta sell it Mips Uettie Haswell has been ill but Dr Hammond has about recovered Dr Hammond a colored presiding eld- Â¬ Get a bg bos of gold dust worth 25 er of the Louisville district and an oracents for 15 cents at HnzrV tor of some vote made two addresses Miss Maria Watkinn who lias been here last woek on the temperance quesquite ill is ronvileecins tion On Tuesday night he spoko at Adoublo header freight passed through Newpoms Hall and on Wednesday the city Sundry eveninp night at the colored peoples Methodist Mr Sam Porter has movwl into the church On both occasions he had larpe house teceJt occupied by Rob rt T and interested audiences Dr Hammond ia a gifted speaker He put the truth Polk spent Monday and before the people in a graphic and im- Â¬ Ev Litchfield Â¬ Tuesday here the gueat of Rev T V pressive way that will not soon be forgotten He said that whiskey bad been Joiner the curse of his race and he urged his Mrs John Burks spent Monday and own color as well aa others to rise up in Tuesday at Addiaon with Mrs James G a body and throw off the shackles that Stephens bind them down and retard their devel- Â¬ Rod 8hoemaker and Mr Vittltoi of opment Rome Tnd were in town Monday on Dr Hammond will probably return be- Â¬ buainew fore tho election in December and those Henry Harper an enterprising farmer who failed to hear him this time will do of the Glendeane neighborhood was in well to make an effort to be one of his the city Monday audience Mrs Mary StaUman and daughter Bringing a Good Price Miss Mollic of Ohenanlt were in town Farmers are taking advantage of this Friday shopping pretty weather to bring in tbeir samples Sam Dix and Harvey English Jr of cf tobacco The weed is bringing an ex- Â¬ represented that place Stephensport traordinary good price and tho buying in the city Saturday has commenced much earlier than ever Ernest Weatherholt son cf Hugh before Tho tobacconists of thia city Weatherholt at Tobinsport is quito ill have purchased extensively bo far with typhoid fever Death of Miss Logan Mrs Mamie Ferrell cf Hawesville is Powell who is Tbe death of Mlse Mamie Logan at visiting her father Prof Troy Ind last week waa one of the sad Â¬ teaohing school at Tobinsport Ind Jaok Simmons who has been here all dest that has occurred at that place fcr summer with several head of horses left some time Her character waa a noble Monday for his home in Brandenburg one and she will be greatly missed by her relatives and friends George Jackson and family of Skill She was the sister of Professor J H man have moved here He will engage Logan for several years a resident here the stave business in W K Board man manager of the where she visited often and made many Telephone Company at friends Cumberland Â¬ Â¬ James Lynch typhoid fever cf Patesville of la ill of Buys a Farm Dr R L Newsom agent for tho Hell man Machino Works of Evansyillo has sold the J D Taul farm situated near Consider- Â¬ Tar Fork to J N Chancellor ation 800 Thomas Jenkins Acquitted The Federal Court which ia in session at Paducah haa acquitted Thomas Jen- Â¬ kins of a aerioua charge He waa ac Â¬ cused of tamperine with tho mails and arrested at the instance of another agent named Meyers Mr Jenkins bad a run out of Louisville and is connected with one of Meade countys prominent fami- Â¬ lies Ilaure Ridge Park last week caused by he collision of an St L train there I C and a I H were five people hurt among whom were G W Shaw postal clerk of the I O and A Evans conductor on tho I H A St L road Mr Kyans whese ankle waa sprained will be out In a few days and Mr Shaw who had both legs broken and whose condition waa reported serious is much hotter Mr Shaw is tho of Mr Martin Frank a prominent farmer of Tobinaport and resides in Louisville In the wreck at son-in-la- w Dkab Sib and have cured me of one of the worst cases of oatarrh any one ever had My case waa so severe that I was compelled to discontinue my business that of conductor on a raUroad but I am now entirely well Ordinary treatment of oatarrh ia for local relief Cures are not expected Dr Hartmana method eradicates ca tarrh absolutely Get his latest book and learn how to combat this insidious disease The Medicine Co Columbus O will mail Dr Hartmana books free on application n A Scott Burt Tenn writes I feel very thankful to my Maker and your great medicine that I am cured I would not be without In the house has been curing catarrh for forty years It plucks out tho roota of catarrh and builds people up All druggists sell it Pe-ru-n- a Dr S P Harttnan Columbus O Man-a-ll- n F G CORSETS MAKE Â¬ American Beauties F C aAAAa Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- 4k1QkbVM vv 3 d T A- flPaltt 7v Models THBr y On Each Box o f i-S V CJ WANTS AdvBrVsemenls inserted under this head at the rate nl one cent a word each insertion FOR SAIE TIMIIEK LAND KALAMAZOO CORSET CO SOLE MANUFACTURERS SOLD BY By Practical Demonstration Misa Clara Moredcrk daughter of Mrs Emma Moredock of Louisville ia repre senting a cofleehouse in eomeof the large towns pf this State and Indiana She is in Owensboro this woek whero she is boil rich 11UK SLh ioo acres fr Ijskxhe oak ah 1 sui founded by fine farm e in gum and iiinpie arc estimated at feet AddetiDr C HIODD Owembfiro jjooooo SULZERS Telephone 5 Rinjr a allowing and toting by practical demon Â¬ stration her coilee t Phillips and cos of picka store She will bo tbe guest Walkers Tonic is the link that her grand mother Mn Thomns Sawyer up the vital force of man in his run down state and binds him to health and Sunday on her way homo strength by recuperating tbe Brain regulating the action of the Heart and SELLING THEIR CROPS nourishing the Nervoua System OF TOBACCO EARLY Â¬ peron to represent u as Mana Â¬ gers in thisand close hy counties Salary JHoo a year and expinses Straight bona fide no more no lets salary Position permnnent Our refer Â¬ ences anv luuk in any town It is mainly office work londucttd at home ltcferenre Knclose Klf addresseu stamped envelope I lis Dominion Company Dept j Chicago SALll 5 aires of Sugar Tree Hun vbnut I he land trom lodebuK dwelling Iioum and barn Nhlt Union Star land on he waters ol three toimhs of a mile i WANTED -- SKVKRAL IIKIUHT AND A I Healthy Schoolboy or girl exercises tho feet thoroughly jumping running skipping sliding on tho way to school This oxer- - A ciso W is partly elejreel with Apply to WM MIL J The farmers are r joicirg over tbe opMini ULAShS of eellins theii tobacco so MrtlK lllank Deeds and Mortjraees and 1Utt Konni early and are reviving a faiily good IIDGK NKWS of Ltifal Blanks HKKCKKN OlMCK Dr James T Owen haa half dollars to price TllTlON The folowing have sold their crops to beat tho band and in all probability the Certificate in Ilrvunt btratton American Tobacco Company Jaraea tlUll AIK College Louisville Kv Apply to tbe collection is the oldest in the country C and 1 UHcKKNtIDh NKWh OFFICE Koenan 8000 pounda 0 The Doctor haa been gradually collect- Â¬ ponnde 0 6 and EUQEW00D IIEKKS1I1KB8 ing these half dollars for years and lay- Â¬ Thoa Hawkins 5000 0 2 000 pounds 1 Wm Hawkin ing them aside until now they would klnrtthat win as the record ol my C and t John flnwkinp3 010 pounds herd at Indianapolis and Springfuld this year undoubtedly bring him a snug sum thoweit 0 and 1 Winfleld Pate 5Q00 will attestandI captured only animals of my olown f breeding a good percentage the One noticeable fact is tho preservation 1 desirable prizes Ihe prize winning boar Head of these coins They range in date from pounde 0 0 and light Jr 111199 and old ArUul Duke 10th in llgs ol thrir get lor sale My brood sorvtte 1803 1814 1812 1803 180618071811 sows are of best American and English strains 1817 and 1823 He has a copper cent Will Enter the Mercantile Trade at Come and we me CALDWKLI NOHTON louivi la Kv riagan which waa made in 1803 and haa time after time been offered aa much as 3 B Rice who has been pperat Mr J roil 8AIE KKhTAUKANT for It irg a general merchandise store at Ter SALE Pailng restaurant in Louisville doing large business J950 Suitable for lady Fork has sold out Ids buainem at that or gentleman o manage rull investigation court- Â¬ letting Better place He will move to Magan Ky ed Address for partlcul ir P O 00x476 Louisville Kentucky Mr William Beayin whoso health haa where he will run a similar establishHe ment The people of that vicinity re been failing is improving rapidly eya0du is living with bis daughter Mrs Robert gret the leaving rf Mr Rice as he waa a Mail Orders Solicited fir 751 iiju 0 w calling ini 50c 100 state Â¬ Polk straight forward and honest mm in all ments 75c ino Dennison tags 5x Ito noteheads 7jc too envelopes 5 iuo gummed labels axa hia dealing Wu miv all tiaiisprtation charges Have J5iÂ¬ Dr James T Owen Has a Rare Collection of Coins portunity Wears out shoes The boy cant help it its natural but its tough on his fathers pocket book I have recently added a line of School Shoes designed to meet tho needs of those who can not afford to buy shoes every two or three weeks for that boister- Â¬ ous boy Thoy will stand all kinds of hard knocks keep out tho wet when ho stops to wade through a mud puddle and at the same timo look well ThiB is a special invitation for you to bring that boy in and have him fitted Hell liko the shoes and so will Â¬ Â¬ OAI8TOXIXA yy Bearitke 1 - Tlw Kind You Haw Always BoigU i Beat Crop of Tobacco in the County yunr copv IllAl llE i I lan ami unmistakablk tinttr Norwood Mass C H you SHELLMAN IRVINGTON KY CO J Help WANTED 10 GOOD MEN To Act Nature Agents Sick People Demand the satisfaction of knowing that when a physi Â¬ cian gives thorn a prescription that it will be filled with the Our entire stock is pure and fresh purest of Drugs jpK j ST A TTHMTCiTV Tn tViu ilanarfmanl nu latra nainarl reputation of having the nicest and best goods sold in Irving- ton A share of your patronage is solicited MOREMEH POPHAM DONT MISS IT leading Druggists KY j IRVINGTON oe so1 LIVEK UIL Spend Your Thanksgiving Day at Cannelton Dinner Entertainment and Bazaar at Acme Hall The ladies of St Michaels ohuroh will serve a Turkey Dinner for the benefit of the ohuroh The Fishing Pond which has attracte world wide attention will be loaded with many valuable articles to t your skill The Bazaar will be under the supervision of the Cannelt young ladiee who gained a state reputation fcr their superiority ia fane work LTJTTOH A1STD COFFEE Served at night beginning at 7 p m for 15 oente bi da powrlf se Cannaltons noted Musical talent has been enga -- r- baty wt in PERFECT SCALES aon-ia-la- w Man J MfeAt it Ji bfcjlT CT TQ AU mi Go to cftnlton ThimJaMnK and have ADMISSION -- CAamtzik good time HWesww4 i BRECKENRIDGE COUNTYS GREATEST STORE STUMS Stock Of Dry All Calicoes boat brands at 4c per yard Domeetics beet American at 4c per yard Gilt Edge Bleached Cotton at 6 l 2c per yard usually sold everywhere Hope Bleached at 7c por yard regular price 8c Conestago Bed Ticking Superior Quality and sold with a guarantoo 15c A GIGANTIC UNLOADING SALE V PRICES CUT TO SPLINTERS Glendeane Ky Goods Reducing Sale DRESS GOODS at 7 l 2c not to loak EVERY VESTIGE OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR HOLIDAY PURCHASES NOTIONS The Biggest Values in the county Ladies Union Suits in all sizes Boautiful Goods and Good Valuos going at 50o feathers at per yard A beautiful line of Blue White and Red Flannels at 15c per yard others get 20 to 25c JEANS Tho Famous Blue Grass and Silver King brands host on the market sold everywhere at 25 and 30c Our prico 20c Double Width Worsteds in Blue Blaok Red magnificent assortment Brown and Greon Regular 15c goods our prico 10c 40 inch Serges Regular prico 35c our price 28c 36 inch Henriettas plain all colors going at 24c per yard All Wool Suitings Gray and Blue Handsome patterns at 3Gc Good values for themonoy All Wool Plaids for Waists 48c por yard Nobby Goods An immenso line f Novelties in Dress Goods at 15c to 25c por yard These values ought not to escape you A nice line of Fascinators and Hoods at all prices LADIES VESTS Big Line All sizes Fleece lined at I5 20 25 35 j0c and 100 Save money by taking advantage of this unloading Sale MENS OVERSHIRTS MENS UNDERWEAR LINEN TOWELS Fancy Patterns at GLOVES Mens Working Gloves buckskin and proof at fire- - HOSIERY 60 dozen 8 The line is simply enormous no othor house They Big assortment in styles and sizes in the county displays such an assortment We cant be beat when it comes to prices Thoy go have them from at 25 to 50 cents Our 5c Towels aro wonders 90c to 100 Ladies and Childrcns goods just received running from r- - 3 45c to 100 25 35 45 and 60 cents These are-- the best values and suitable for railroad men Just the thing ior heavy work 10 to 40c The line cannot be surpassed STUMS November and December Sellin UNDERSKIRTS 35c buys a beautiful Knit Worsted Skirt We have them at 5OC 75c and 100 Handkerchiefs Ladies and Gonts Compare our prices with other houses and you will find Bost Values Hero 10c buys an All Linen either Ladies or Gents u has just begun New goods Daily arriving WINTER OVEROOATS Good Value 10c for Ladies 15c 25c Embroidered Ia this particular MENS FURNISHINGS Here is a garment we all have to buy We show a beautiful line of blue and black kerseys also oxfords mixtures in rough and smooth effects made with velvet or cloth collars h Mens Linon Hemstitched worth 25c Extraordinary All Linen Embroidered department we lead all competitors 10c for Mens Imported Fast Black and Tan Half Hose Double heel and toes 10 15 and 25c Mens Underwear Take a peep atom 50c garments A splendid line and extraordinary at only 600 600 600 i OUR CLOTHING BEAiRS JUST ONE THING QUALITY This department has been given especial attention by the entire house and before purchasing our stock the word Quality and satisfaction to our customers were discussed at length We are now of the opinion that we have struck the nail on the head Wegrant you that our stock is by far the largest shown in the county Mens Suits and Overcoats 10 Blue and Black English Worsted Suitings for 10 others ask 15 Now we can suit you for 7 8 and 9 2 UM 5 Kh The Small boy and big boy too wants a Suit Dont pass Stums Ages 14 to 19 1 WRAPS AND JACKETS BXCt Small Boy can wear a New Suit from And the Big Boy from 4 to if 8 to 4 Ladies Plueh Wraps 115 regular price 150 Larger Size 185 regular price 225 An elegant line of Ladies Jackets running from 5 tolO A nice line of Misses Jackets from 8 to 5 Plush Capes from 3 to 5 SELUira MEANS BIG VALUES THIS IS WHAT 0CCUHS IU OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT EVERY DAY -- s Mens everyday shoes ranging in price from 115 125 135 150 Prices 135 The procession is ours when it comes to fine shoes Mens Box Calf in calf enamel patent leather 150 2 3 and 3 50 We guarantee the style and wearing qualities the same as in a 5 shoe GROCERIES This department is replete with many good things and when you strike us here you touch our moat popular line It in our aim to carry a complete assort ment of hoth Staple and Fancy Goods iLLHI iLLLLa QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE Rare Bargains LLLH LLLLLm Tffi 8 qt tin bucket i VE 12 18o 12o g 2 4 g 17 14 Â¬ IILI LLH LLLLH sLH LLLLH tH JLLLH LLLBiLLLV LLH gallon Set Gobi ts 10c 1 pitcher 10c 9 in Berry bowl lOo 6 Nappies 3 1 2 in for 10 8e 5e Coffee Pet i tt lOe SOe H FURNITURE A sanitation has been oaused all over Breckenridge county and we are unable to decide what to attribute it to unles it ia the immense sales in our Furniture Department We are offering Beds from 1 75 to 4 50 Single and Double safe 250 275 and 875 3 These nro only a few gems found on our 10 counter Cups and Smkwi s from SQ te 75c per sat To appreciate this stock you mua eee it in Dish Pan In this line Everything els goes at thtM unkeard of JjP P u prices I The Satisfactory Store Always Lower than the Lowest MILLINERY Miss Fannie Grave ha charge of this department HNMMMMManMMMMMMMMMMBMMHMMMMMaWMmMHMMMeMMieWI HARDWARE AND SADDLERY STOVES STOVES 1250 to 15 Big line af Cook Stoves Heatffttfltortfl 8Juet iron large sis at 275 OoaTHeateMut 400 and up wards M KIi at 245 Lipenoott Pole axe fdr 60e Keen Kutter axe for 75c Double Butt axs 90o E 0 Adkine saws 6 ft at S And anything else yoK JMjf NMf tceuMljr loir iwlees Our line of Hardware and Saddlery is oomnlete an suit the customer Peerless Broad Axes 7 1 2 to 8 -- Sib ties to go y ft tbfe T V ortsesl at - wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm