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H Tg-T- - TSW THE BRECKENMDGENEW ALJU VOL XXIV THR NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 20 CLOVEBPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1899 ADDITIONAL LOCAL V EDQAR HILL Nils Gasoline stoves for sate very cheap at 5 MUCH Traffic Manager of the Hender Â¬ son Route and a Prominent Railroad Man DROPS DEAD ON THE STREET ts Thoughts About Thanksgiving Is Shown Our country thou art dear In lovo we gather near To sound thy praise Joyous the song we sing Glad tribute now we bring And before Hoavens King Our voices raise Our countrys flag wo lovo That in the blue abovo INTEREST the Farmers Institute at Brandenburg in Louisville Times Mr Bilgtr Hill traffic manager of thn Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad and one of the beet known and moet popular railroad men in Louisville dropped d ad Saturday afternoon at 235 between oolook on Fourth avenue Green and Jefl rson Death came with- Â¬ out warning He waa stricken as he walked with a friend Heart disease is believed to be the cause Mr Hill was walking on Fourth ave Â¬ nue with Mr Vernon Wolfe with whom he bad dined When a few yards south of Jefferson he suddenly reeled and - wonld have fallen had not Mr Pres Hamllon who was pBssiigj caught him in his arms He became pale and gaspBefore be could be car- Â¬ ed for breath ried to a place where he could receive attention he btcame unconscious He Dr Black- Â¬ was laid on the sidewalk burn who was passing hurried to the mans side but by that time life was ex- Â¬ tinct Coroner McCollouiih vs as notified The news of Mr II ills death spread rapidly and caused a profound shock It was so sudden that his friends could hardly realzi that he was had He had been at his desk in his rffice in the Columbia building all morning nd left that place apparently in the beet of Â¬ Â¬ health Mr Hill was about fifty six years of age He had been prominently identified with the railroad interests fur some y arr He was a native of Rctimond Va For a number of yars lie wsb Traffic Manug r of the Big Four with headquarters in Cleveland Later he held an important position with the Cordage TrUBt in New York Five years ago he was appointed Traffic Manager of the Henderson route aud he held this position at the time of hiB death He whs a railroad man ol marked ability Mr Hill leaves a wife and three chil Â¬ dren Edgar D Hill who is in the employ of the Southern railway Miss Marie Hill who is prominent in society hungry A M McCracken general manager of and Mr p Dal aba Thefamily residence was in the city -- is 1700 Fourth avenue He was a the Henderson Route at last week a brother in law of Mr J A Bojd Cranberries oysters and celery go with Assistant General Passenger agent of the turkey on Thanksgiving day Buy from L and N who married his sister Mr WMter Hill Contracting Agent of the Jule ttippel Jule Sipple car ries a high grade clas Henderson route is a brother of goods any thing you want in the con- Â¬ fectionery line Large Tobbacco Dealers Miss Mary Moorman will be the guest N E and W E Tnplett of Bewley of Miss Ella Robertson near Glendeane ville bought about 40000 pounds of tobac- Â¬ on Thanksgiving E F Tripplett co at 0 cents round Mr George Patton of Louisville spent Coof Custer bought 30000 pounds at the Sunday and Monday with James B Fish- Â¬ same price 5000 pounds of it has er at the Fisher Homestead already been received and the purchase Misses Margaret and Ellzabet Bowmer is made entirely of hurley There is no will spend Thanksgiving with their aunt red tobacco raised there These parties Mrs Sam Hawes at Yelvington ship to Louisville Master Hamman Oaley went to W T Skagge of Custer sold them his Owensboro Saturday where he wil 8 cents round crop of 2100 pounds for days with relatives The following parties sold their crops at epend a few Mrs George Reese and little daughter 7 oenta round Abe Skagge 1000 pound Thomas Obappel 3700 pounds Thomas Genevieve have returned from Hawes Thomas Mar- and are the guests of Mrs F N DeHuy 3500 pounds Carman John Lane of Owensboro accompan Â¬ lowe sold 1500 pounds at 8 and 3 cents ied by his wife son and daughter spent Bud Bennett 1500 pounds at 0 cents guests of John Neu round Mr Tucker 1500 pounds at five Sunday here the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There are several eases of chioken pox in town Tobacco Is coming into town at a live- Â¬ ly rate Mr John Burks oarae down from Ad dUon yesterday Clyde Morrison of Louisville was in town Sunday Fresh bread rolls and cakes every day at Jule Sippela Mrs Ella LaNeave leaves for Louis yllle this week Dr T H HardeBty of Paynesvllle Ky was here Monday Sulzers is the place to buy your Thanksgiving groceries A variety of porcelain lamps for sale at Gregory Gibsons Candies cakes and fruits are fresh and pure at lulu Sippels Henry Hammau has returned home fiom Princeton Iud Austin Popham of Irvlngton spent Sunday in the city Mr and Mrs Harry Hills will to go Louisville for Tbanksglvit g Mr John T Patterson went to Tell City yesterday on business A 25c package of gold dust can be bought for 15 eta at Sulzers Sulzer has a new and complete line of collars all sizs and styles Samuel Ahl has moved into one of Mr A Y Fords residences Mre Caleb HawkinB and Miss Mary Smith were in town yesterday It took 700 pounds of gun cotton to blow up the Battleship Maine Gibson carry a complete Gregory line of fancy and staple groceries Frank Goldsmith night operator at the shops is in Spotsville this week Jule Sfppel has all the groceries you need for your Thanksgiving dinner The latest thing in ladies skirts are displayed at Sulzers up to date store L T Read left yesterday for Bucyrus O to spend Thanksgiving with his parents Commissioner Brown of Hardinsburg whs in the city yesterday on legal busi Â¬ ness Se Jule Sippels Thanksgiving display of good things to eat It will make you Royal a4BSOUTEEV HjRE ovn tutma powmh pp Baking Powder yowc Makes the food more delicious and wholesome w mutated a fair share ol this worlds goods to insure against a rainy day D S Richardson of the Arcade is con- Â¬ siderably Goebellted but was out Sun Â¬ day at his usual pace You know Sack kissed tbe Blarney Stove once Henry Austin in Harpers Weekly Brother Duvall certainly preached one of the most comforting sermons last Sun Â¬ BRANDENBURG day I ever heard on the subject Lots Wife looked Baok He drew the moat George Ditto is much improved in logical reasons from it comparing one who had started in the Christian life to health Willie and Beall Grlnnell went to Louis- the unfortunate woman as one looking back and wishing for the sins and world- Â¬ ville this week on business ly enjoyment of life again Mrs Ella Ditto and Mrs Thomas Ditto Mr Henry Ackleys mother Aunt attended tho Institute Mary Etta Ackley passed away Novem- Â¬ We are all glad to hare the genial ber 13th at her home in Grand View editor of the good old paperwith us Ohio after an illness of five weeks Dr W B Pueey and wife are expect- Â¬ Her death was due to the infirmities of ed home to eat Thanksgiving dinner old age being about ninety She had Miss Agnes Malin has several music outlived ail her children and only a pupils in Louisville and is well pleased daughter-in-laMrs Henry Ackley Mrs John Frakes took great interest was spared to care for her This will be in the Institute and extended kind fa- of interest to all of the Richardion fami- Â¬ ly who are relatives of the Mrs Ackley vors Miss Annie Willett was here Saturday Mrs J F Woolfork has kindly given me and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Richard the information The Catholic Mission lasted all last Willett week and closed Sunday night Father Mrs Davis Young is with her daugh ter Mrs Richard Willett and enjoy the Drury the mission minister was a high- Â¬ ly educated well informed man His Institute by lectures and sermons were interesting The Meade Messenger press is run steam now The office looks real citi- Â¬ his language choice with a vast vocabu- Â¬ lary from which he chose the purest the fied you know clearest and most conscientious Large Mr A C Burton went to Woodland congregations and audiences greeted him last Friday to deliver a lecture before the at each meeting The best of feeling school at that place pervades all denominations here and the Fritz lectures have made us all think and re- Â¬ Henry Nevitt Will Smith Schere and Miss Nettie Schere are ex- Â¬ flect upon themes no matter how far pected for Thanksgiving apart we may be in opinions Miss Georgia Uelmstitter the popular LEWISPORT Rei and handsome cashier at Yuakle mans was quiet ill last week but is at G O Patterson the Hawesville drug- Â¬ her poet this week gist was in town Sunday Friday night at the Methodist church Mr and Mrs Courtney Long of there will be held an open meeting of the Womans Missionary Society All Owensboro spent Sunday with relatives here are invited to come Rufus Neal left on Monday of last Brandenburg Normal will give its an week for Arkansas on a prospecting tour nual entertainment Thanksgiving night with a view to locating in that state in A very pleasing program has been instrumental the near future Wallace Morten and Walter Chub and vocal music Maston enlisted in the U S Infantry at Mr and Mrs Chirb Jenkins and Miss Inez Mrs Hurt and children Mr and Owensboro Saturdav aud were sent at once to Fort Crook Neb Mre Dowell and children attended Mrs No one should fail to attend the Oreeaps funeral Thanksgiving supper at Odd Fellows MissEula Dowden is in Vine Grove in tbe millinery business I had missed Hall on Thursday night given by A O the bright sweet girl but had failed to U W lodge Elaborate preparations ny way she are being made for the entertaimnent of ask where she had flown the guests and a good time is assured wishes has my best George McCanish a prominent young Frank Malin one oi our Brandenburg two miles be boys but late of Owensboro has gontf to iarmer who resided about low town died of pneumonia last Satur- Â¬ Ashland to engage iu business and study day night Mr McCaniBh was sick but law with his brother Proctor a short time and his death came as a Miss Jimmie Lee Woolfork has had a great shock to his many friends who es- Â¬ sprained ankle but is getting along nicely teemed him highly now Wef hope she may be with us at Boss Prentis returned to Memphis our Thanksgiving entertainment last week after a brief visit to his mother Jd Burch war here last Snnday He Mrs Dr W T Prentis who has been is a prime favorite of mine and we agree very ill for several weeks but is some- Â¬ on a certain tender subject concerning a what improved at present Mr Prentis most charming girl is clerk of the Str New Mattle in the Mrs 8 P Woolfolk and most all of our Menphls and Lake Proyidence trade young ladles were out tohelp sing Broth Mrs E Hunslnger of Burnt Prarle 111 er Leitchfleld and Duvall are the right who has been at the bedside of her sister men in the right place when it comes to Mrs Dr W T Prentis for the past two Christian assistance and kindness of weeks returned home Saturday in the garden ol thy toul The roots are bitter but the fruits are sweet And when at last it standi a tree complete Beneath Its tender shade the burning hent And burden of the day shall loto control Plant patience in the Harden ol thy soult s 10ML TALENT OF GREAT VALUE The Tree of Life Bkanusnuoko Ky Nov 28 Spuclal Tho Farmers Institute met aa adver- Â¬ tised on the 27th aud 2Stli Qiite a Kiod crowd and en interest d one aeeem bled at 2 p m Monday with Mr Oglssby of Cloverport and Dr P W Foote as the principal spokesmen ns they wore to leave for Rome Ind that afternoon They each read interesting instructive papers and made pointed talks on subjects of particular impor- Â¬ tance to farmers Dr Foote termed bis paper a scientific analysis if ynn choose if not Common Sense Gumption Dr D 0 Fusey made a short talk on his experience iu raising cow peas which was racy and amusing A good many questions were asked and discussed Misses Lula and Minnie Bland rendered a beautiful vocal duet Mrs McElroy gave a brilliant reading entitled Ken- Â¬ tucky composed by her husband She is an elegant lady aud enthused over the work of the Institute Bringing in the Sheaves was rendered by the Kev A D LLchfleld aud Messrs W D Ash craft J M Richardson Misses Lula and Minnie Bland and Mabel Shacklett after which Dr Foote made some an- Â¬ nouncements The meoting adjourned with benedic tiou by Brother Litchfield to assemble again at 7 p va This meeting proved as entertaining as its predecessor Mr John Lewis Henry called the meeting to order and made a few complimentary remarks to the ladles and their influence Brother Duvall prayed followed by the soDg Work for the Night is Coming by choir Mrs McElory read an amusing but most thruthful paper entitled The New Woman on the Karrn An article was read on The Discontented Farmer showing him up in his proper attitude assigning plausible arguments for his discontent and concluding with an opinion that the only proper kind of discontent waa that of a progressive spirit and a desire to reach out for new Mrs McElroy by ideas and plans request again entertaiued as with Kentucky after which the choir sang My Old Kentucky Home Tuesday as I send to mail dinner will be on the ground aud two sessions We have all enjoyed this will be held coming together and every farmer and every farmers wife son and daughter should feel a vital interest in these organizations Â¬ lUnt pitience Floats iu the breozo Long may that banner be Emblom of liberty Floating in majosty On land and soa To day with joy wo como Thankful for bliss of homo Whore freedom rules Grateful to God are we That strength of liberty Is found and eer shall bo In public schools This temple now wo give To truth that oer shall live And shall not die Long may this structure stand Proclaiming in our land Truths which are over grand TruthB born on high Tomorrow Nov 30th is the day of our National Thanks- Â¬ giving Wo havo Bpocial reasons to be thankful to God for his care over us as a people and a nation We should first thank him for his loving kindness toward us as individuals in tho unspeakable gift of His Son Jesus GhriBt which gift is of more value than all earthly possessions We thank thee Father for thy lovo For all thy blessings from above For health and wealth for faith and hopo To guide when we in darkness grope We should be devoutly thankful to- God for abundant crops and bountiful harvests and for the degree of prosperity this conntry now enjoys The present condition of our country as regards morals and education demands of us respectful reverent and earnest thanksgiving For the public school system and for our numerous colleges and cheap education we should bo devout- Â¬ ly thankful Wo havo higher education higher standard of morals and he open Bible for our guide Bibles are now so cheap that everyone rich and poor can own a Bible In England 200 hun- Â¬ dred years ago bibles sold for 200 300 and 8400 per copy We thank thee Father for the grain Gathered from meadow field and plain The fruits of labor and of toil Now stored by tillers of the soil We should be thankful to tho Most High for Christian rul- Â¬ ers Nations are dependent upon God for their existence tho same as individuals Tho Most High ruleth in tho kingdoms of men and giveth it to whomsoever ho will And our beloved nation which was set apart in the providence of God to bo tho land of freedom both religiously and politically must bo thank- Â¬ ful to God for all his benefits if wo continue in his favor and receive his blessings And the people should assemble together in divine worship and have national sermons national prayers and national songs on the day of our national Thanksgiving Wo thank thee Father and wo raise Our hearts and lips in song and praise And gratitude and now we plead That thou wilt still supply our need S J Stephonsport Ky Â¬ w Â¬ ira St I b a Itk W ia 6 61 61 6 SI 41 4 4 4 41 3 S Tho Baptist Meeting Owing to illness the Rev Wesley Bruuer of Baltimore is unable to keep his appointment to assist Rev W B Rntledge in his meeting as was announc- Â¬ ed last week Ryv Rutledge is in com- Â¬ munication with several ministers among whom is Rev M B Adams of Frankfort and hopes to receive help The meeting however very shortly will continue both in the afternoons and at night and all the people are invited to attend Si s a s 4 all Moved to Louisville V O beaur cents round Mrs Amanda Fisher whoafter a most The crop in that section is now about pleasant visit of two weeks to Mrs M all sold and delivered B Conway Louisville 3rd Ave has Encouraging fleeting at Hltes Rub returned home A few of our most faithful temperance Patrick Sheeranof Tar Fork has sold his workers attended the meeting of the erop of fobacoo consisting of 5000 lbs to newly organised W O T U at Hites the American Tobaooo Co He obtained 6 6 and 1 Run last Thursday night where a very successful meeting was held Muoh in Â¬ Capt Archibald Henry Goodloe of terest was manifested in the cause and Lexington who won distinction while some rousing speeches made One man said that though he waa a constant fighting Indians in the West died Mon Â¬ drinker be was with the timperanoe day at Lexington hto- home He was movement and would vote for local op- - sixty five years old ties He wanted not to be led into The following were guests at the Fish Â¬ temptation er homestead Sunday Miss Minnie Mar Twenty more names were added to the membership of the Union and a bow ray Mrs Etta Evans Messrs George O of white ribbon was pinned upon eaoh Patton Sdward Bacon of Louisville and one The aamesof the officers are aa James Yeaman of Henderson follows NORTON8 VALLEY Miss Viola Obapln President Miss Lilly Worley Vlee President Miss 5M ma Bardette Recording Secretary Miss Think before yoa act is a good motto Allee Chapln Treasurer Always be iabate but sot ia a harry Be honest with yourself as well as To Put out Pire nfe Mr and Mrs Wm Hyndmaa of St with ethers Lwis have takea room at Mrs Jor Â¬ Miss Tryphena Allen to a vleUm of the dans for a week Mr Hyndmaa tothe ehllto maaagar of the Stomple Fire Ixtingntoh Bill Nortoa west to Hardiasbarg r MaanrMtnriiK Company ol St Louis aid to bore in the interest of that bust Thursday D H Hayaes bad a ra shacking Tbnwday There was a corn haokiag at Bill Haynea Friday Thursday night Mtos HaUie Oomptoa aaaO T was quietly Married to Mr Willie Tabor MOTHERS J R Yates Roy Kennedy aad J O FRIEND th Bashaaa were visiting at Mr DatohFom Urnal liniment is a truo safe Â¬ tons Sunday guard for OJcpsot A protracted moating to ia progress at ant mothers It the Ohapal eoadaoted by Rev Morris helps then thro The mala business of the famon bat the early stages without Morning btea stripping tobaeeo aicknasa and aa Aroa XoHoa Sr aad Taylor Baobaat th critical hour Approaches it relax Ml faJtava the overstraJ4 ataaalaa wore the gaeeM of Mr Martia Nortoa Ljaac to shortened and robbed of MUfr Moaday m MkL Sale delivery to assured aa A small btr iklaai raaaaHiaiaasr ns taaaaaaw of rtoloc or swelled hraaaw a Ire day gtawW Mat I ft Maaf lata soWta aattoasyavaaja Qotok reoorery prowler Tboto vat a mtsag at Jama Mm tjv battta eetoatwMoa aadya Friday Motaar Iiwmdli algaiy talni birth i day - WINNIE DAVIS Under the stars and stripes How still she lies I How pale the sunny face Death oloeed the eyes Outside a people mourn Gray coats and blue Bands play a solemn dirge Tears all unbidden urge eyes still true In Under the start and stripe As a lily fair Lias there a girlish form What 1mUm there Hush I For the lot oauae she Stood brave and true Faithful her womans heart Love filled from haU apart Off ep of blue D Gregory Jr and family left to day for Louisville where they will make their home Mr Gregory was car in- Â¬ spector at the shops and has a similar position iu Louisville They were ac- Â¬ companied by their niece Miss Georgia Graham who has been employed in the heart composing room of the Nxws for several There will be a Union Thanksgiving months Miss Georgia leaves many service at the Methodist churoh Thurs friends here who regret her leaving day at 10 a m Brother Litchfield will preaoh Everyone is cordially invited Without Foundation Mrs W F Grinnel will give a family The report in circulation that the local Thanksgiving dinner to morrow Mrs option election has betn postponed is Grlnnella Jr fame has gone abroad for The election will dilioious ediblee and we know this din Â¬ without foundation on Saturday Deeember tbe ner will be no exception to her rule take place 10th as has been stated before All Dr P W Foote Distriot Chairman of proper arrangements haye been made by Farmers Institute will be on hand and the campaign committee for this election ia an enthusiastic worker for the cause and it will take place at the specified He is one of the originators of the enter Â¬ time prise and is an able man at work and U Will Present A with tbe pen The V C T Â¬ J Ut -- Littlle Maggie Blackford who waa through niUtake given a teaspoonful of Carbolic acid about two weeks since has For some almost entirely recovered time her death seemed inevitable and her recovery Is a source of congratulation to her family and friends Tbe series of meetings at the Presby Â¬ terian church conducted by Rev E E Smith of Owensboro closed on last Fri Â¬ day evening Rev Smith ia an able and eloquent speaker but as la usually the oase in Lewuport ins earnest euorts ap- Â¬ parently met with but little response in the hearts of the hardened sinners of the town A great deal of tobaooo is going from this vicinity to Owensboro Maeh la beÂ¬ ing shipped by boat while mora to haul Â¬ ed through by wagon It to vary unfor Â¬ tunate that Lewlsport has no buyer and it to strange that no one has seen tho ad Â¬ vantages of this point as a tobaooo mar Â¬ ket Situated in tbe heart of the tobao Â¬ oo bolt of the oounty it woald aertolaly seem to offer flattering indnoemoata for a buyer to looate here Bat perhaps tbe fault lies eblefly with oar hasiesa men A tow words of aooaragoasent aad a lit tie hustling might seoare this and other enterprises that will not likely coma wlthoat the asking J II Taylor of Svawvllle Dsputy Workman of the A O U W Lodge baa bean ia the oily for a week or mora ia the Interest of the Ordar Mr Taylor has raoalved the application of a number at now members aad Myaral otaara will MaalyMaUaw Althoaah maw ordar In Lewtoport A0UW Lodaa has already forged ahaad af aajr of tho otbar aeerat onM la ta towa ia potai ol mawbaM ami Jndaat ho Km pfMsU rate oliaorMMit will b bat a hart Mm aattl Um 100 mark will b reached It to donbtful if tharo to a town ol cuaal populailoi in it that can boast ol a larger or ma lahiog lodge oi this order U iodgo ol Lewlapurt n itUI s K 4 Safety - Brl Half mast the stars and strips Oyer a girl i Stilled are triumphal sheuU Old flags we furl Warm hearta beat sadly neath Gray eoais and Wu Ov ifWfliftSftV av Iks gngr -- -- Okmrtes M ITalspa htm Bobiason In Roohestar Pott BxpNM V Mrs Dr Oulley nee Luay Fontaine Time is with Mrs Massena Fontaine has dealt gently with Luey She - mar Â¬ ried an elegant gentleman who has kept her in a position worthy of so refined and onltivatad a lady Dr and Mrs Pueey entertained to dla ner Mrs Klvoy Mr J D Babbage Dr 8 Grinnell Dr P Foot and Mrs Thanksgiving Service and his good wife are never ia the rear A union Thanksgiving servee will be when it some to hospitality and good held tomorrow morning at half past ten shear oeleakatthe Methodist elmroh As is Mr and Mm Thomas Jenkins of Loa oueaaioas a eolleetoa will oa Uville were at churoh last Saaday We be taktta for tbe poor of the town are all glad here to know of Mr Jeaklas Well oLooarse we knew Just acquittal Oa r VUlt how it wonld result for eavy and malloe M A WUIlag of Oaba Mo Mm Mrs did the work aad Mr Jeaklas repatatloa arrived ia the elty yeeUnlay WinUghiaaUter of Mrs F USawyer is established 8Up Rlaaardsoa brother o Mr and will remain sometime with her Mm Jeff Ditto of this plaat has We In Caald Mt ttaml the Cllawta from Oklahoma mtowI waaka Ha to Mr aad Mrs Morgaa Poatalae who aKeattMkian traa aad has aravaa It by ta sataiactoatorsaMvaltato far mm bride moved toKaaeas awaat a at a fern Jar Mx Jae IVaajr Hat afMa he wfe Mm Otaraaae tax aa Neafas waa was Mtos HaUU Ooanaga ol IMHfcM have yetaiaid fa Kenlatky plsaannlly sitaatad taM bat Lebanon Jwnattoa who to Wadly kaawa kHMOT Mrs FoatMM aad the oalldfaa oould bare as a pleasant little body who mad At present thay Olaranoo Nealos a traa helpmate aot etead the ollmat Stop to a baohelor aad aa all roond i a visiting MrtFoataiaea mother Mrs good wuold oonlod tellow wLo baa accu Hauoah Hardin Remonstrance Paper to the City Council The Womans Christian Temperance Union is preparing a remonstrance paper addressed to tbe City Council of Cloverport requesting sakl body not to issue liquor lleense to the saloon men of this elty for the ensuing year a aal ah yraa ta a oomparatlrelr y jjtett a Uaf OMtlgfHefl emihl net be Met by StAllSHl So- - CURRENT TOPICS BY MR JIATTIH QRINNQLU I bays an exquisite eopy of 9amttsl Taylor Coleridges Ancient Mariner from the Koyerolt Shop Rest Aurora NY A peculiar volume in fl xlble chamois crimson satin lined with rubri Â¬ cated side lines and initial with four- Â¬ I teen antique wood cut ornaments Vlc Af III Wt IJrJPy FL K T - 11 corner etone of a womans life She builds all her hopes upon ami arounu inoee lender affections which she cher Â¬ ishes toward the ai aSgiJIgftlrtJlByi THE PROOF OF THE GOAL hadnt seen Ancient Matiner since we tur I vw thinking o human with a pang whu Maydsa Fussy omh In with English Soolsty sksteusd t y My shade went George DuMsurier into mirth my sorrow into mm Msydes doesnt like it as inueh as Gib tons sketch but it is good enough for me and I liMve read and laughed and laughed and real k aln There ie hu mor in the caturiets art There are no cruelties which pass or wit nothing brutal nothing base In all essentials Â¬ ones are dear to her and who IS IN THE BURNING parsed it at school and it brings up a But there aie f et raspaet for mhsIi others widely difr flood of tender memories Muting opinion Aeoord to another many sweet lines and so many sweet what we ak for ourrelvM remembering beautiful thoughts in Ancient Mariner that at last we are as pigmies in the uni I oould nevor forget for netano He prayeth well who lovsth well opinions verse and that our our Both man and bird and beast views our deeielone bring ue back to He prayeth best who loveth ht st the knowledge that democracy makes All things both great and small every Individual ethically responsible For the dear Gou who loveth up only for himself He made and loveth all Â¬ to receive from them in return This is womans nature it is the God given instinct that makes her a fond and tender sweetheart a comforting which site looks -- 0 -- 0 they are fine O We see people who have ridden rough shod over the rights of others We see those who have pushed principle aeide like straws but we also have lived to see them ask their own callous oonsaieuoes and adamantine hearts was it worth Many things come while after all home to selfish sordid people as eternal truths in an autumn twilight Nothing pays us in this short life which harms or hurts a human being We only injure ourselves here and in eternity 0 the New York Times Review of Books and Art The Times was alwayB a welcome gueBt hut some time had elapsed since its last visit It ia a charming paper which I An Autumn Slumber read with delight Woodbines in October Song and Mother Natures poems are about the sweetest I have seen this fall They Tis all a myth that make one think autumn grieves so cheery and bright is the sentiment To read of all the late new books being published whets my appetite and maftea me covet I am glad to read once more Â¬ language strong enough tosay what I think of a prize Â¬ fight But there are not adjectivos in the superlative degree nor a sufficient number of expletives to allow me suffi- Â¬ Let us cient scope of condemnation keep dumb about Spain and her arena where men and animals meet for combat Let us forever hold our peace about gladiators and the chariot races of Ro Â¬ man days as long as we of this civilized enlightened century permit such ex- Â¬ hibits of animal strength and human I wish I could O And The club women the new women will sail the wide seas and attend the Paris Exposition in style A vessel will be chartered to transport the educational philanthropiual and industrial 1 aders who will go there to hold a mammoth convention It is not decided yet whether the husbands will act as escorts upon this notable occasion I never believed in a woman being bounded on the north bv a frving pan on the east by a wash tub on the south by a broom and dtiBt pan and on the west by the way a shirt fits as Mrs Joseph Green puts it but I believe to day as confidently and as sincerely as I did thirty years ago that a wife ia the national centre of a husbands home and happiness and that they Bhould depend upon each other for love and happiness The husband should not stand still while the wife progresses or vice versa Mr Kipling hassaid Some women never could know or understand Not mauy thank you Mr Kipling They should understand that their husbands and homes need them more than a convention at the Paris Exposition without their husbands need them If love was the basis of all marriages it like the mysterious mag- Â¬ netism which controls the needle of the compass would always guide right Â¬ Â¬ -O-- The brutality C The news that Bishop hotter is about to start to Hawaii and the Philippines might lead us to think that he has abandoned America as hopeleesand that he will set out for more promising fields of labor to assist his fellow creatures lie wrote not the long since a fine article on in which he recounted instances wherein the quality of mercv saakispeare to the contrary BiBliop 110 been seriously strained Totter like Jill otlx philautrophists has haJ discouraging experiences with fraud ulent beggars He is not in despair however because he haa discovered the fact that often charity society officers aro solicitous only for thoir own salaries and he thinks that the very poorest often have great self respect and inde Â¬ pendence and appreciate being assisted to procure honest work Bishop Potter will be a power in our newly acquired possessions for he knows how to counsel encourage giye sympathy reproof guid ance and such light as those people need Help that Harms October number of the New Eng land Conservatory Magazine is full of good things An article on The Build- Â¬ ing of Music on the Kindergarten Idea proves there is something in the Music Building It suggests construction as well as expression I find that wonder- Â¬ ful peice A Message to Garcia by El- Â¬ bert Hubbaid I have had it some time in pamphlet form The world is crying out to day everywhere for just such bojp just such men that can carry a meseagp as the one President McKiniey found in that fellow Roman to carry a meesage to Garcia Such a mans form Bhould be cast in deathless bronze and his statue placed in every college and school houso in the land Gen Garcia is dead but there are other Garcias It is not so much book learning or instruction about this that and the other Mr Hub bard tells us but a stiffening of the ver- Â¬ tebrae which will cause them to be loyal to a trust tp act promptly conse Â¬ crate theii energies do the thing Car ry a Message to Garcia The world is full of boys and won that are slip shod iudifferent as to duty imposed half Â¬ hearted in their work inattentive and not fit to carry a mossage to any Garcia and they would not be entrusted with one Â¬ 0 Jeff Ditto and Wood Price are making great efforts to con vert me to a Socialist Democrat Hence I am in receipt of Appeal to Reason their organ published in Kan 0 sas I am now in the mysteries of FaPresident McKiniey and his Cabinet bian Essays on Socialism If I get that in their Central and Northwestern States kind of religion Ill tell you after I di The trip were commented on with some acer gest the strongest of the essays My neighbors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bity by opposition papers He didnt however make any speeches in Ohio but the most picturesque feature of the trip was the meeting of President McKiniey and Hon Win J Bryan at Canton III at the unveiling of the soldiers monument Mr Bryan sat on the platform while the President spoke after which the two grasped hands warmly when Mr Bryan by invitation addressed the same This should serve as a beauti- Â¬ audience ful example to those who are belligerently or who cherish inclined prejudice towards one who sees things differently Mr McKiniey and from themselves Mr Bryan are gentlemen and have per- Â¬ by Sydney Webb discusses the development of the idea Id the present century but he claims it to be an evolution of the history of the world Tli at reminds me of this same Socialist niuvetueut in France We have in this country looked upon it as we do upon Anarchy or Communism but upon studying the matter we find a broad difference Socialism per se is government of a nation by the means of universal co operation The theory has been applied to small communities with signal success I dont believe it could be applied with equal success to the large communities of a nation Many Basis of Socialism The Rev Mr Sheldon in his famous deplores the novel In His Steps marked contrasts that are presented iu a largHclty Riohes culture refinement luxury ease on one side poverty ig norance depravity destitution a bitter struggle for existence on the other parties Operas theatres receptions balls dinners follow in quick suooteslon and yet there is deep want and children crying for bread while jeweled women This is pass by in fine equipages about the Bum and substance not his words of the way he puts it Now this is what I want to know If there were no big entertainments no operas no theatres if there were no people of cul- Â¬ ture and refinement wouldnt Micro be more poverty stricken people than there are now Entertainments and amuse ments give employment to milliners dressmakers caterers jewelers fhrists merchants tailors not to mention many other lines of trade Operas theatres aud concerts encourage God given talent and ability not to be hid under a bushel according to the Bible Men and women to day are doing moro for the pior the needy the destitute than at any other age of the world Good consecrated men and women are going abroad in the land to rescue the perishing and save the fallen It takes money to found homes Money is the hospitals and asylums lever that puts on foot progressive movements of every kind and keeps them moving No man is a millionaire who hasnt unusual financial ability and exe Millionaire discrimination ecutive are distributing and dividing their money for the good of the lees fortunate Look at the libraries Carnegie has es tablishedl Think of the free circulating libraries the Astors and the Vanderbilts have been the promulgators oil Look what Helen Gould has done and is do- Â¬ ing Could sho stand where sbo does or accomplish what she has without mone Vast quantities of food ind clothing and large sums of money are donated con- Â¬ stantly by individuals churches charita- Â¬ ble societies civic authorities and benevolent associations for the poor and needy of our land Personal work by Christian disciples who give time money and self is more common and is being done all over the world to an immetue As to Mr Sheldons question extent What would Jesus do there is only one answer to be made Our Saviour had a Divine nature His disciples now on earth have strictly a human side We dare not try to measure up to his stand ard We may follow as closely as Is pos- Â¬ sible for weak moitals and at last not one can step in the foot prints of Jesus The saloon question is well handled There is only one solution to the question place your vote and influence againBt the license As long as parties are in power who favor the license and clamber for the revenue just so long will saloons flourish and whiskey flow Local option will not suffice I nor no other true man or true woman stand for the abuse of in- Â¬ toxicants I stand equare though for a man having every dollar he has the ability and opportunity to earn All the old Bible patriarchs were rich had cat- Â¬ tle on a thousand bills silver free I guess gold jewels and real estate God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ helpful wife an ever loving solicitous care taking mother When a woman feels that the responsi Â¬ bilities and duties of wifehood and moth- Â¬ erhood have become irksome to her a burden and trouble rather than a source of uplifting and inspiration it shows that there is some deficiency in her physical make up some abnormal and unhealthy condition of the delicate and important special structure of womanhood Many thousand of women annually write to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y the eminent specialist In womens diseases requesting profes Â¬ sional advice which he is always glad to send Â¬ Baskett Coal TELLS ITS OWN STORY When buying coal there are many things to take into - V con- Â¬ without charjre and telling him of the marvel Â¬ ous benefits they have received from his wonderful Favorite Prescription In building up their special health and physical energy I would like to express my gratitude to you for the benefit I have received from your won Â¬ derful writes Mrs Favorite Prescription H C Anderson of South Britain New Haven During the first month of preg Co Conn nancy I could not keep anything on my stom Â¬ ach I was so tick that I had to go to bed and rteiv for weeks I tried different doctors but with little bene Â¬ fit I read about many being helped by using your medicine so I thought I would give it a trial I began to take Favorite Prescription In November and I had a nice little baby girl la February following My baby weighed over eight pounds I was only in hard 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who had sought him in viin at the capital was ushered into his presence Well madame what can I do for you I want to see the Governor sh Well I am the Governor what is it Ah Bir my man hes been put in prison sir and I want to ask if you wont let him out He The Governors face hardoned had not after all escaped the pardon seekers But he did not turn her away What was he sent up for he asked LYou see sir we were hungry and he just stole a ham to keep us from starv- Â¬ ing Well Im sorry but I cant do any- Â¬ thing for you Your man must serve the sentence Theres too much steal Â¬ ing going on OhGovnor pleace please let him out pleaded the woman tho tear fl w ing down her cheeks The toars had their effect The Governor softened Stealing a ham was not such a terrible crime and this poor woman no doubt He decid d to needed her husband question her a little But why he asked should I give this man his free Â¬ dom Because sir we are hungry again Illus- Â¬ and we aint got no more ham trated Weekly Six Frlnhtful 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 bad a fatal lung trouble and that he must soon die But he was urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- Â¬ tion After taking five bottles he was entirely cured It is positively guaran- Â¬ teed to cure all disease of Throat Chest and lungs including Coughs Lagrippe Pneumonia Bronchitis Asthma Hay Fever Croup Whooping Cough 60i and 1 00 Trial bottles free at Short Hay Â¬ nes drug store CAR LOAD LOTS ALL ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburgh Coal Company BBfflgjffifflffigBffifflffitM98reroraE bsetx1 zir Mmmm MraTorsnscaiciO nKjTvvrovroxxjOT D rarBTiiox mMWmwSEWmM it wwwwwwa Red Hot Values are Daily Being Offered AT OUR MAMMOTH STORE PI nTUINfi IlLU I III IIU e unheard of prices Prettest assortment in the county at of new designs and without a question HDV finnHQ UHI UUUUO a doubt can satisfy the most fastidious STEPHENSPORT Misses Mabel Moorman of Yelvington and Oettie Lee Dlx of Owensboro are guests of Mr and Mrs L T Roberts Mrs L B Helm and Mrs A Crawford llflTlflAIQ In this 1 permitted it Brave Explorers Like Stanley and Livingston found it harder to overcome Malaria Fever and Ague and Typhoid disease germs than savage Cannibals but thousands have found that Electric Bitters is a wonderful cure for all malarial diseases If you have chills with fever aches in back of neck and head and tired worn out feel- Â¬ ing a trial will conyinoe you of their merit W A Null of Webb III writes My children suffered for more than a year with chills and fever then two bottles of Electric Bitters cured them Only SO oents Try them Guaranteed Sold by Short Haynes Druggists nil particular line the articles aretoonum III 110 erous to relate Visit us and get good values SHOES GROCERIES We handle A SMALL SPOT MAY BE CANCER The greatest care should be given to MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any little sore pimple or scratch whloh shows no disposition to neai unuer oruin- ary treatment No one can tell how soon these DDClDCn IT CIDOTI I rUTEAnLU A I no will develop into Cancer of the wont type So many people die from Cancer simply be UPRF PIUPI PQ cause they do not know just what the disease Jsj fflCriC rimrLLOi they naturally turn themselves over to the doctors and are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous The disease operation the only treatment which the dootors know for Cancer promptly returns however and Is even mora violent and destructive than before Caaoer is a deadly poison in the blood and an operation plaster or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The ours must oome from within the last vsstiga of poison must be eradicated Mr Wm Walpole of Walshtown S D says A little blotch about the site of a pea came under my left eye gradually growing larger from which shooting pains at intervals ran in all directions I became greatly alarmed and consulted a good doctor who pronounced ft Cancer and advised that it be out out but this I could not con sent to I read In my local paper of a cure effeoUd by S 8 8 and decided to try it It acted Ilka a oliarm the Cancer becoming at first irritated and then dUohanring less JfawNMeHb 3 very freely This gradually grew scan and ttten dieooa- wnicn toon drop tinuea altogether leaving a smaii ped off and now only a healthy little soar remains where to destroy my life once held full sway leHV UBPBeH what threatened only oure for Cancer is Swifts Spedflo Positively the lino 1 sUsJkaQHl J0 Â¬ Women To Meet I h Berlin In Berlin in 1001 the gifted women of the world will again assemble to at Â¬ tend the International Council which seeks to bring together the workers and leaders of thought and action of the gen- Â¬ tler sex It is all an American idea whloh has found favor and which drew to London In the first half of summer an unprecedented congress The meetings attracted large attention there were con Â¬ stant hospitalities and London broke its own record In giving private entertain ment to every foreigner who wsa official ly connected with the council Tlurr have been criticisms upou the efficacy of the meetings because there were fre Â¬ quent differences ol statement and opinion but If a little thing like that were to hold where would any assembly land As a matter of fact the whole council was a success culminating is a notable reception by Queen Victoria Illustrat Â¬ ed Ksatuekian Â¬ spent Wednesday with Mrs L T Rob Â¬ erts We hear from Hopkinsville that Miss Etta English is quite ill at the home of her sister Mrs F B Lacy Mrs B F Parks and children of Clif- Â¬ ton Mills spent several days last week with her sister Mrs S R Payne H S English went to Cloverport Thurday Mrs James Crawford spent last Sun Â¬ day in Sample the guest of Mrs Milt Miller Mrs Sam Dlx and Miss Bettie Lee Dix spent last Saturday in Addison Mrs Wash Payne Is very ill Mr Arthur Blain made a flying yisit to his parents last week Mrs Frank 0 Ferry went to Irving ton Friday to spend several days with her husband Mrs Ohas Wadlington was in Irving ton Sunday H II Parrigo a Kentucky bey and former resident of this place writes from Bryant Mo that he has fine prospects of lead and coal on his farm This department is our pride nothing hut the best grade and sold under a guarantee All new styles Both staple and fancy Coming to this line which is of vast importance and probably the most essential it shall at all times be replete with good things F R WILDER 898 Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDINi Brandenburg Ky D HONEY HARDIN IN IRUINPTtlN WILDER the sVaM SSSaW taa to us sssw your tl mm M4tM numbsr ImJm moum Ooaj M IM M HM WM sua Will w 4BSV sm Wl1 nort on at jrsur ajiarirt ipras oStst aatf it luuuft satnstir CVT THIS IB T SMS IDEHsTTISTS in IliVinUlUn Hvary Wadnadity and Thursday aftar Fourth Monday in Haah Month Diffiealt work auoh as Bridgtt and Orowns a spaoialty LaUtrt appliances used Good work guaraaUad Baw uhrfH Toau irylt irulM Mtiru tiry MtlMWMgM ana or SM USCT Dsedly British Soldiers la Afriea Cant 0 O Dennlson Is well known all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the famous rebel Gallebe Undsr date of Nov 4 1W7 from Vryburg Beehuanalaud he writes Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlains Oolle Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint and had given to my men and la every ease it proved meet beneficial For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shsllman Stephens Kb Y ffiftjffi r vm fcttd sssrsw staw St Tfcit Cirsutor Pluth Csss Salts Im NmL U Imli sua kt mm arotftMtt wtt alasarsssly aasirollrd wltk nslisl Tni irsiuinm basttl kIMM farWrit fc rakaaaola tzzzzr mSm aisrsss tottoQSBW9WSfMQe6Q99999t99Q i l i B eM trtH4 jaggr S fiafP WW Ti Srsc Um hatel most o ilmHy tssstsil ami sly mm sky taaUrtg - because it is the only remedy whloh can go deep enough to reach the root the disease ana force It out of tne system permanently A surgical operation dues not reach tne woou tne real seat of tne auease because im wood aaai nut be tut away Insist upon 8 8 8 nothing can take its place H8S cures also any case of Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood 1oI ju Ulcers Sores or any other form of blood disease Valuable ancer and Blood Diseases will be mailed free to any address by Boiicnuo uompany Auania ueotgta S S 8 FOR THE BLOOD of I tkn Edlter Seei Wsaaers Kdltor W V Berry of Lexington Tenn in exploring Mammoth Cave oontraeted n severe ease of Piles II ie quick cure through using Buaklens Arnloa Salve convinced him It ie anoth Â¬ er worlds wonder Cures Piles Injuries Inflammation and all Bodily Erup Â¬ tions Only 26o at Short Haynes Â¬ I Osljr mm UMk aSSfP JwVSSJBJBBSJBf ihspslf ittsktu sod of Hm nm kt w Mscks iclfsl torn parts JvVSffavSBJsM TH31 FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr mm m H9UU pTssiwaaWlBHB 0raiKre TaZalZ Aaaa port n l mm cay fM t 4r M a skte MslasasbloaaUtT Wttfttasi Hlm offsr wori last forsvsr Km aw laiga uils UwM O YaantM tlfuUi ft ozmc JKVORXA i SvsrylkJnjf Mat and clsoa IMMaaYwHiWiUwiriBsmW I ii M9mMmmmmmMm SCHWMTZ SCHOOL t - J i mm ttt CDITDRE aOw aHaaaaBaeaBBjajaaaappajaa Pint aettotaat FfpMiaMer Genefal IIeaU in the Harpers Weeky ntak sa Bpeekl report ea rural free delivery and mts that it has passed ffie experimefltal nnre M It begefl in 1S0 with a ftfproi r itton of 40 OOO and 44 ttperirnenUl mn An appropriation of 300000 for the current year Jias provided oltfp rouM in 40 states and UrritoriM md thn coll rloi srl dleUtbuUon of ovr nlni mili n jeotM o mull matter by S01 rurtl n A ajwufmuMy rotilwi ar piy fOr themeelvrs hy llt Inereiil lAtehiees which has rsnilted from tVm AmkMih anlta of thin rur 1 i tnoreseed incr mil piMil f f 4rniai dn Impmv nnt nf valii ubuiry roaU b I r rio t hr fa- - n pr dueHeeAUse tlie firmern are in oloeer tOueh with their market ind an abate ment of the monotony of oountry life It Isobvlous that the new detail of post Â¬ al enterprise mu t be a boon to every family it reaches The sueoeesof the ex Â¬ periment so far seems to promise a vast and progressive extension of oae Of the b n fits of civilized government Sreateet a field in which the peoples money oan be spent to immediate and important advantage and one beauty of the seheme Is that if It continues to be wisely handled the investment it cells for promises to become promptly remun erative even in money eetsbMahcil Mtraa re ma mimmiam n hQ lata so frateial to you for what Lydia B WnkhaU Vete4le Cota pound has done for me that I feel as HendiTSon The Climax of Attire in Mans Dress is His Hat When you take into oanaideratlon the numeroua style that are oonBtantly oonfronUnf w tlie opiniou naturally arise how In the world clow tile merchant keep in line We do thin by constantly buying The atook we show you this fall i tlie swelleet line ever displayed in Irvington We have hate from tlOO and upwards We also have a beautiful line of Cape for both men and boys Eoute IS Mvt staiand Isaa Wommtt WouMSucm ly Try Mrs sTaTWBrTBWoWsraTW Jl tf 5rj 5j ington CcxLSider tliis aci Important Crop IT PROFITABLE deyelopment of an ideal type shoull be followed In general the same methods followed in ordinary culture are applica ble in this ease Fer hunching oniony bulbs of the potato onion or some of the white or y How varieties planted gener ally in the fall in trenches 4 or 5 inobes deep at distances of H to 0 feet are used The bulbs are pulled and bunched early in the spring Sowing tae seed in September or Oetober Is also largely pntotfoed in raining bunch onions For seta the seed is drilled in the sprieg la moderately fertile soil free from stones and weed seeds at thn rate of 60 to 00 pounds per aore the obj ct being to se cure a orofvof very small bulbi of uni Â¬ form aiz Thi op bnlbn should be thoroughly dried to wndor them dormant before storing The lUrlntta Variety seeded at rates of frrfin 25 to 30 pninds of Beedsper aere Is recommended the preduetion of piekliugt onions whieh should b from three fourths to one and one half inches In liameter Â¬ They Only Knmwp Smys the fy pial fim TO MIKE ITB w sttc Â¬ IMPORTaNOK m The Gjaiea crep ia oae of great Ina porhHMffi to the rural population of the UniKSl Stetee aad is jirodu e 1 on an ex tensjcre seal but the faot that hnndreda ot tbonoanda of bushels are annaally shipped to oar porta from Bermuda Fratito Spain and Cuba inilioatee that the bode demand at all seasons of the year h not yet fully enppUedby growers ia this- oeuntry It is true that the bulbs of the foreign rariety appear to bewt perflfcV iti quality to those oommOBly grown is this oountry but there are largeSeoiiens in Galiforoia and in per- Â¬ tain Hurts of the South where the soil and alicaato are well adapted to the growth of these foreign varieties - have no backache no pain In my side and my atotmtoh and bowels are perfectly well I can honestly say that there is nothing like it If I oould only tell every woman how much good your medioiae has dope me they would surely try it Mabtha M Kixs North Compound aad iarAt naui lmllA and received benefit from it at onoe I have taken it ever sfhee and now Mrm Kktfg uiottgb i mnat A tell about year ago I was take very stole Doetoneould do mono good only to deaden the pata which I hkd almost con Â¬ stantly I got some of yoar it UMk Ttm htitmikUtilrb Bfreef Jww tint h SAST HOUNO H L 4N Kiiilaf MMIaiDt Wanbiitftea t n 990 9 80 48 10 M 10 67 10 IS W IF E BROWN IRVINQTON KY Pavtn fer Rskprt M rf BllfMHI Iwttport a Kln IMtta Attlkboho Mass Siasrii7 Hok AMlinn 9fptieiHperl Cloverport Sampla Ihwatrttta 1 v The way women trifle wlth health shows a degree of indifference that is past understanding nappmess and use Â¬ fulness depend on physical health so does a good disposition Disease makee women nervous irritable and snap Â¬ pish The very effort of ailing women to be good natured makes them ner vous Write to Mrs 1inkham she will help you to health and happiness It costs nothing togetMrs Pinkhams advioe Her address is Lynn Mass Â¬ YOTJ WAFT TO BUY lere If4HHTj uiutotl Skren Brandeabarg Ieor Brtaeh Heck Hares Willow Dala Howard IrvitiKtoii 10W I0W Wetatr FREE BLOOD CURE Ah OfferPrevlftg Faith SBUKTION OF 801 L ts Sufferers From Th- anloa n quires a light friable - Bleod and Skin Troubles drained fertile soil well stocked wittfrghnic matter Onions are extensively and successfully grown on re claimed marsh solle well FKBTIMZINO Â¬ fr r f are deficient in organ- Â¬ ic matter aud which have been reduced by exhatwtive cropping Bhould be reno- Â¬ vated by cultivation in other crops on whleh barnyard manure green manure and other fertilizer are liberally used The onion requires liberal fertilizing and slneo the cost of labor is about as great or a crop of 500 bushels as it is for 1000 bushels it isgod economy for the onise grower to be liberal ia the uee of fertilise Soils wnich have been freely crjnped with conp a or other legumi nous plants are not likely to be deficient is nitrogen although slight dressings of the quick acting nitrate of soda may oftes prove profitable while potash and and phosphoric acid must be applied When nitrogen is mora liberally needed applications of 200 to 400 pounds per aere of nitrate of noda in four equal dresslngeiis recommended Potash may be Mpplled ia the form of wood ashes At rates of from 6 to 8 toes of anleaobed aehesor 10 to 14 tonsjof pleached ashes per aere Potash may also be supplied in kainlt 800 to 1000 pounds per aere andmtuiate of potash 200 to 300 pounds per acre A few hundred pounds of bone mealier other phosphates may be used if Soils which The principal enemies of the onion are the onion maggot and onion smut For the first the most effective remedy is a change of location of the onion field year Oarbollc acid each emulsion applied around thu roots has also given good results The latter is held In check to some extent by rotation of trope and by transplanting A mixture oi equal parts of sulphur and lime or sulphide of potassium and lime sown in the drills with the seed has given good results as a remedy far the dif BaeJf its XNBHtrs Chamberlains Pain Balm Cares ers WhY Hot You Oth- Â¬ phosporAids quired My wife hae been using Chamberlains Pain Balm with good resalts for a lam shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without re-Â¬ ceiving any benefit from any of them One day we saw an advertisement of that medicine and thought of trying it which we did with the greatest satisfaction She has used only one bottle and her shoulder is almost well Adolph L Millett Manchester N II For sale by A B Fisher Oloverport B A Shell man Stepbensport Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per Â¬ sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured byB B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purflorof these made especally to cure all terrible obsti nate deep seated Blood and Skin trou ble Is your Blood thin Are you pate All run down Have you Eozemt Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because it drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows B B B thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine had fatled For Bale by druggists at 1 per large bot tie or G large bottles full treatment 6 To prove our faith in B B B we wi 1 send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test tho remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Gs De scribe trouble and free medioal advice will be given Tli FntHro Unfolded She Suppose I didnt dress aa well as 1 do now would you lore mo as much lib Certainly dear Why that Is 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married lire and rociaI papMnere in matter whether oauied by evil habitj in youth natural woaknomor texuat oxecepea our Hew Method 1 refitment will positively OUIOJOU lbs Granulatedlsugar 100 10c 8 13 imulnnanMbnMi Alien nod n fulinu per pair Great Western cotton yard All Roasted coffees packago 45c Good Green Coffee pound 6c Hoosier cotton yard 4c NO CURE NO PAY Reader you need lioln Early abura or later oxcefpo may uivo wonKcucu you Expoturo tuny lmvo dlReaiet you Yon are not wife till cured Our New Method will oure you You run no ritk asIiIa Vnnnw Kf nnViMi na ihiIa liraum xvii tit jtiU una naggnni nervnus irriinui anu e- airl rlaarvnnilnnt 11itnliA3 on1 himnlna mnken eyei wrinkled face etoopinir form nnd downoant pountcnanco reveal ice ungnioiyourei8ienoe Tfn mnllor batr rorinua your caso mav be or how King you uuiy hnvo ha 1 it our NEW MKTllOD TltGATMKNT will euro it Tho wormy veins TCturn to their normal conurlon nnd Iience the rexual organs reoelto proper nourirh roent Tho ortraui beoouio vitalued all uuanturnl drains or loi3 ceiiO and No ternorary nmnlv Kowpra return benefit but n permanent euro aMiired NO dlKltA NO Ulllri NO lAiNO INTEN TION Ni liriSAKY TION FROM BUSINESS A full lino of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Boots Hats and Caps Groceries Hardware Tinware and Qhinaware at the very lowest prices Mens and Boys clothing at lower prices than you can buy them else- Â¬ where 9 48 9 67 1001 1004 Cloverpon 1016 Shopa 1030 SkUraan 103S 1 Haweevllle for Cumeltoa Tell City J 1043 Petri 1049 Falcon 1064 Lewiaport UU4 Waitman 1110 Powers i for Rockport lad 1119 1130 ratca Owenaboro 1140 Mattlngly 1161 1166 Grita Stanley UeOatn Worth njton 1207pra Bacd 1214 SpotUvilU 1232 Baskets 1239 Henderson 12 45 KraniTlIIe 115 St Louts Ar 715pm 938 937 948 a 669 707 712 7 30 727 10 0S 10 OS 951 967 1014 10 34 1031 734 739 743 764 801 812 818 SZ7 833 842 863 921 93S 1036 1046 1049 10 68 ll uio 1189 1128 906 916 11 68pm I 123 964 1289 10 10 1265 10 40pm 136 9 47 932 939 1215ra 1220 720am 250000 CURED A full line ladies skints 75 cents and up A full line ladies Jackets 250 and up A full line ladies Capes 50 cents and up Ladies hats at any price and at your own price at that All shapos stylos and etc It will pay you to come and give mo a call Not 4j and 46 have Pullman Bnflet Sleeping Can ana elegant nign DacK seat rassencer uoecnee 1 through between Louisville KvansvUla and St I louis witaoat cnanje Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pasa enater Coaches and Parlor Car service thronah be tween LoulivlUe KvantyQlo and St Louis without I I chsnre Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars aad elegant ioaeaes Between uoaisvuje ana jvansviua witai out change EDGAR HILL Traffic Manager Lonlsvflle Ky WE CURE VARICOCELE KSFARATIO Late fait plowing is generally ad Â¬ visable care being taken to completely coyer all manure applied aad to thor- Â¬ oughly Jpulverize the soil bat noWo bfing any of the subsoil to tbesrfaee Sled should be selected with great care adft a prelemlaary test oi its germinating power made VAsieTiae parities successfully grown are divided ialo twoelaosecnt 1 American rarieties the mast iroaaflflont of whleh are Dan IT At Egyptian Bed vers Qfcbe Yellow Qlobe Potatoe Onion Wethersfield Silver Skin Shallots 2 fhtte Globe and Yellow Straeuur fqreign varieties if whieh the following ae the more Important kinds grown in this oountry Bartetsa Bermuda Early Star Giant IWrtv Giant Bed Booca OiaHt White Boeea Giant Yellow Bocoa Â¬ Mawajola Giant Mammoth Pompeii White Gargafwiea New Qaeen Prise Sliver Sing White later Bed Elizabethtown News Illan Tripollttid White Vlotoria The Price Will be Advanced Dec 35th Amerieaji varieties keep longer andr are battter adapted to most parts of the Ualted SOtes but foreign qaaliWes posi Mr John D Babbage sess certain desirable varieties- - which Oloyerport Ky gtve them a bigh market valile Dear Sin We are obliged to advise yea that we how fbopaoatbd paloBavata nroaagated fiow 1 sets will be compelled to withdraw our pres sown in the one gruadJ eat extraordinary low selling prices oav iti f roA without rteafauliag ana Jrfm seed the new Werner edition of the Encyela sOTrts4fttM in the tall aod trans Â¬ pedla Brittanlea on December 96tfa planted the following spring or from 1800 Oa and alter that date the prloes seed sowa adergtase la January Feb will be considerably increased This is ruary or Mareb the young plant being largely due to the faet that during the out aa aJy at tin seasoaiwlli per- - past thirty days the prieasoa paper have It The1 ftrst method is extensively materially advanced aad are still oa the ialoMl hy market gardeaan who upward grade We will be obliged to WiJk JWiim of growing hunching- print and bind a new run ia December eaioM It la not reoommeDueu for uniw- aad the eeet of the prodaoMea will be imr raatara balbs in large aaatWes much greater than It has been hereto- Â¬ foc this ywiag the eei la ja fore We taerfore ask you to put forth every OPWI gfolal oHMer glass aacf IraW pkatiatrtb sMtlas Is Teeo a mended eatort possible to seeare orders for the When tM at dMaaoes of 3 laehes la Brittanlea while the present lew prises raws 1 laaaea apart aa aere requires aad easy terms prevail We trust that you wiN appreeiate that we have gtvea yon every advantage of making a meet OVirtvAlrTotrliMD ibioatiok eaeetteat arapeeMoa to your eoetomew OyiePWillea xjmUL etameoe early aadahoaX Weatatat toj aeplbeaoN for never before has this the greatest wall aMraad Mstfc ffrevant tk growth of latest aad meet eomnlete library intto wetda Hand waading ia aeataeary Ml world together with saeh valaable of growth hat eertaa extras aa toe oak book ease the guide UM aarly Websters Knoyelopedie Diction Mtana oTWa Wn4l hot may be used with aad ary all of whieh we give free with the of tba adyatHatHorttte h Wl8W ft WMWMIN Britaaaiea been oafcred to the poblk at MIMnT OWUnrflW the present naheard of prie Taese l J F JV P Pi three articles eWae rhleh we arte free tJMMHajtadalor lrrifaMoa when sold saaarately eoet mm tbaa 36 tha arop vatjairea It per oent of the arias at whleh we ate ofÂ¬ auttaeTtxa As MMUIbi bulbs attaiM fall eras fering the complete set of ear new Bri aaa aWtaaaiUwa- - brown aW aaeatd- - We taanioa ia eloth biadlagv najatirf Mow if your oaoottuaity to fever eas thrown iato windropa aad apiawnteawior ten or mora days or Bilaaa toaaaaer from rata tat earutfH impottaoos aad a 1 aunty of aaMag M tyaattf oaaa abaa or oa tua oace l wamamr wnnmnn or BPWJL MMiBm nasi Bomoartttr thai tola great work aa It aaaj rj rfnflfflr W aaltaW atata them ia tfSiaLJ MlitUruoartktnrtidm aoart- - mop md K JxaJJted Vi4bt Where Are The Pennies The demandfpr pennies is so brisk that the Philadelphia Mint Is compelled to turn them out at the fate of 4000000 a month to keep up the supply At present there are almost 1000000000 of these little fellows in circulation and that is not enough Of oourse the in creased demand is attributed to the great lyincreased volume of business but the fact of the matter is that the penay-in-th-e Blot machines in saloons cigar stores and confectionery stands call for millions of pennies The machines are in use all over the oountry and every machine con- Â¬ tains during the day several dollars worth of pennies besides the supply kept on hand by the proprietors of the stands The aggregate must be a sum of money running into the thousands and perhaps into the millions though it is one of those problems whieh can only be guess ed at and not solved with known data aad oae guess is about as good as another Â¬ Â¬ Nothing New Under TheTent I wandered to the circus John I beneath the tent and saw the man from Borneo likewise the tattooed gent I heard the toothless lions howl while men in spangled clothes stepped fearlessly into their dens and whacked them on the nose I saw the sacred elephant spout water through his trunk the sala Â¬ mander eating lead and other melted junk I heard the merry clown get off the jokes we used to know when we were boys together John some twenty years ago The same old horses waddled round the same old kind of ring the same old romic vocalists proved that they couldnt sing the same old hippopotamus was grunting with disgust the same old Per sian ox was kicking up the duet the same old rheumatic acrobats crawled painfully around aad the ossified contortionist was erawlltyc on the ground and ladles rode bareback steeds to music sad aad slow the same eld girls we used to see some twen ty years ago Minneapolis Messeuger st SIG LOEB 2 LrUvtLJvForsylllBriKb HUE TABLE Hi I 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1809 West Bound Trains East Bound Train No 21 Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS OLKBT EMISSIONS IMlOTKNOY SEMI- Â¬ SritlOTUKE VARUJOCELK NAL IOKSRJK lllADDKR ANT KID NEY diseafe O0N8ULTATIOK FFtBB BOOliB 1KKL tU MIQK8 MODERATE Jf i rahle to call write for a QOlSTION ULANK for HOME No3tNo6t STATIONS tNo TREATilKflT rt ssi Kennedys Kergan I 122 W THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBUR Instructors AM TM 10 11 11 11 11 60 13 24 28 38 6 45 7 08 7 19 7 28 7 38 7 36 7 46 7 52 8 04 8 09 8 35 8 46 8 60 8 66 9 00 9 08 9 15 TH Lv FOURTH ST O 2 KY 4 1899 Â¬ CIHCINNATI waBiawaiafa - f First Term of Five Months Begins September -- 11 80 11 67 12 09 12 14 12 30 12 60 12 65 1 00 1140 Harncd Junction Hardlntburar Junction Cleadeaaa Dempster Irvlagton Garfield Ar 9 AM Kirk Jolly 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 00 36 34 20 16 10 01 64 7 42 6 6 5 6 5 ftl 46 Dempster Kails of Hough Kockvsle Ruth Atkins Oaks Ar FordivMe 7 30 7 16 6 57 6 63 JO 09 06 00 4 66 4 4 4 27 4 15 4 00 3 43 3 38 1106 1 1 6 48 Lv 6S 6 30 AM Â¬ m2 jf 13 20 644 3 33 3 38 8 21 3 15 TM Mads YoasaAialR One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each bight for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the beet in the world for Liver Stomach and Bow els Purely Vegetable Never gripe Only 36c at Short Haynee Drug Store Â¬ 109 lCklTOH rOK S27S Send No Money tate yuur kilf ki 4 wlH ttata Dumber of lachea around body l orer knut takenunder ve c undr coat im and vre wUl close up aend you this ooat ly ei pma C O P aurjtIMaiaaiaiiia vxarain and to ton at your neareatex preaa omce and ft found aiacUr derful alueyou ercr eaw ornaard fiwln ittalLil inVMtTMlBia bUT fnraa00irtatprMaaat aariMlal iujdjiiraa ffMrlt MACKINTOSH ebaraM Ttfia if A 7ff KIHILIK BOX ITIM COAT HATEKFBOOlf tSJai Practical thorough and enthusiastic men No school in this section of the State offers and women superior inducements COURSES AND TUITION TH Teachers Primary Intermediate Preparatory 1 76 per 2 50 3 30 3 30 month 8 30 per month Scientific 3 30 Olaasioal 3 60 Muaic Board 175 to 2 35 perjweek Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot Irvinjrton wH Trains Nos 3 and e far points oa Tordtvffle brand Trains 3 4 and s run dauv Trains Nos a as 14 connect at trriagtoa with Main Line trains 41 4 141 aad 4U SBSlSKSeaieVasanaaBanasjaaanaaataKaSE Dally tI Col Hancocks Ex Slier Iff Sam P Thomas reoeatly Mar br aaaaaa ndtMirf su od OTerenaW at froniW to lle irBe HMHia w m Hgr Telrat lone dour18 collar tan y plaid llulnsr waterproof Mwedatrnppid and Mmunted ayaim and autubla P both gruaranteed raaini taiae turou bou Sr ua or any rrfrfa tlrrlDICrtaietr bratd rtartrft - lt For further information and catalogue address Bookkeepini Shorthand Pefimaaafcip Etc tiogbt Fall eeeraea 86 eaah or ym can pay 100 OR 200 PER MONTH D S ROBERTS Jr AB KY President HARDINSBURG BTT CuIXi wwmr- - f4pfj sae ml whaat lr mflP il i aUtawa sbal of Hawesville and who was removed te HepklatYille last Tuesday for treat ment died at that place oa Saturday night The remains were seat here Monday and interred in the Ilaweavilla Cemetery Taesday He was known to a large part of the oounty and was a man of unusually bright mind Ha was forty two years of age and unmarried aQaBKBBLaav Mr Thomes served Haueoek oounty IS Sheriff one term probably fifteen years r lagd aad was a guard ia the Bddyvilie BaBBBaBSl7Baia4 penitentiary during the whole of John BatBBaawiryraHaBaBaBK Y Browns administration He had friends wherever 1m wis Icaowa and hie admirers ware bound to r H R WOOn a M nlra by strong ties of pemoaal oomnan leaehip A number of years ago be Mdfcil aid Swfkul IiHili wrote considerable verse and there was W7 LaBaila Avanu Chicago III MMaMUhed la Cbbotnro over tWMtjr yAr soch merit ia it as to attract the atten Â¬ Kegolarty ahatrtoiwd under ot HUuota tion of those inoMaed la a literary way Logtilafr Oaatltal ridlryallt laaaao although he has wriltea very little of Tha oMt Urea laioat rUul4 a4 hh rid aCMIotd IneMtuU In th U 8 We rrivM mmu fer 1atUnU wltit taIHM4 Mr W 8 Thomas of the Ilaaeoek for Mtjr imifiMr X Hajr Mlruieplwl Deposit Beak was a brother He also Ht UrkMoplettl KuualMaUou ra a4 hi JI enieaj wkaatfer illasooaU la douUfitl leaves two aistew Kiss Mary Thomas of Writ fer fre Hook DaformHfcM a4 Mrs Pate wife of Key Kmmm OtMb tbis aitr OurroUu-- of Nw Uftitta HroHCbltia Oatowrrh Camor Tiiiimm XUa Bdred B Pate Hancock Olarloa VkliMy KUinr BlkMiiUr Ky eM It will not be a surprise to any who Hur am immI Blood fMlllUoaand aU gHai paMita Ki are at all familiar with the good qaalitlea ma rwOL for tint wc ana traatmt of all Obaoar or Cbroulo DkHoMa lot Obamberralaa Oooefa Remedy to aakd W ahMhiUly gimnuit to oar otory pleat kaow that people everywhere of Xmmm pbimr mmI rtleomea m relating thefr experience la the altlac fMMN hJhmos ocmI UuHawMtloM of re ha so of that splendid medicine and ia yaatltaWMlWanliooeU aocrmatorrhoja of the beaeat they have roomed UrriwwIUMM Mlht loaaaii ami vMavl 4rata in rtoa Impotoacy VKrtoaovio Hydro it of bad ooMs it has cased of OM aartotoM immnH to J key fsjjaalaofc a eVoi r Books aai blanks rasa The arssciaal oi this sthJ ts the author of the leading tjttem of booklet pi d which is used In thousands 01 public ana pnvs KBoolt IneMieg the pabllc schools oi New Y01 The liadinO syjtrm and other larce cMcs Shorthand Is UsghU Studeata front every your srARB tim be It avw 1 Yon caa gmdaate in orai mile VrMHWI sssisin is nasniens tl A Healthv Schoolboy or girl exercises the feet thoroughly jumping running This exar- skipping sliding on the way to school oisa ATM TO THOW WHS SEND MM CARAUlCQIt AT iJClIWARTZ SCHOOL aasaWewtJeffarMalSt LanUvllU f W LYONS THABK MARK Wears out shoes Th boy oant help it its natural but its tough on added his fathers pookat boolc I haye Qkp uuul ratiy Una ef BaBaaam School Shoes datigned to t ajfrrtl tlie needs of those who e to buy shoee every two or three weeks for that boieter oue boy They will stead ell kinds of hard kMehe out the wet wfcen he stops to wade through a keep wud puddle ami at the seme time look well Title if a epeeial iavltaUo for you te hrieg tht bey in mi hare him Mted Hell like the staei and wl i LAXATIVE ad Jft mt SYRU iluttAita druata MSJOH HMU NATURCS CURE FOR lalraa 0Uom w CONSTIPATION lia mk from tin choicest extras u vMtUbM atvl trulu contains no cum of narwouaWMiss It I Cwida atMt rtvar 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discoetlneM It br aik rig u t hange yor addles will not enable imply with your request urnest yon state Xo h h poi flue your pacer ha been oinc We ild not otherwise find jrour nmne on our ml W hn a persoe order a pacer dlCM I Vast Pay linucd he or she mutt piy back does If there be rhe Uwt of the United States afford this iinv nrmeuion to publishers The Uhk krwridok Niwi I a home iauraal de moted to thr Interests of KreclMirisVie cruety and lo u neighboring couatiet It believe in pre- ires mown onward ami upward not only in Inert antilf pursuit but in farming ai well It be- Iieves tn adopting Ibe beet ntetnoas 10 reecn we best M ills unan an advocate ul progress in nil lime i it it an eieni ptee journal read vrun mier rtt and proit by people 01 all claitet and ages It iifcni ti n price it i oo per jear paaoie in aa ante If paid at the end ol the year fiaj Hemlt y pott ouue m ney oruer cnecK express money rdir registered letter or i or cent Maniuav J UAHUAijt linn i me r Tr desire In this election ia a fair count and an honest show of the returns Dhio ehoald be the desire of every man rho loves liberty and law Mb Woodbok of if the certificate of ray lor Mr Goebel jntest before the All we Kentucky says that election is given to will not make any Democratic Legisla ture Wa are glad to see that Hawes ville is going to do the right thing by the farmers It takes a wide awake instling place to get up an enthusiasm iver Institutes ind Conventions and jthat is what Hawesville ia We advise Hancock farmers to attend their meet Ing at Hawesville Friday and Saturday Che town will be yours for the time and Iyou will eee a mighty nice time Â¬ It is said of the late Vice President Elobart that he was above all things lsa a true friend His gracious manners ind sincere interest in his fellowmen von him a world of friends and his true rorth and remarkable tact kept him rom losing them Though his business interests were ereat and iiis mind bur- lened with many details he always had eisure for those who aonght him Dkwk is not infallible but Dewey is still the hero No mistakes no errows pf judgement such as was manifeeted In the much discussed episode of last veek can pale the glory of the wonder ful victory achieved at Manila The Impulsiveness or shall we say fickk- bess of some of the American people pas caused a great man to sutler unnec- rily but the majority of his fellow while deploring his one exhibl Iitlzenstaste f contipue to admire know- Qg that he is the same hero that sailed ito the New York harbor to receive th rreatest ovation ever accorded a Bingle dividual 7 8 nySOim r fMotMt Bombers 4H llsl Utsi bee prowiafsatly Identified with railroad Mrs Oraaap whose lllaefa baa bssrt iMtareets for some yrars aad bis ability rosaUaoed so oftaa J a thass oolaiaas h baa bae M Sailed to an akwnal rear Ih that line was rxoeptftmal bad bsaa a saffWer for sight inoitlia and had has with her atatar Mrs Jatnea Tkb first number of the Kentucky Blaad siaoe last Jaaa wbarn alts ad Vindicator published at Oweaeboro by a 1 the kind aese attention aad affatio W M aad 0 TLiklnc haa bM Issued that the entire family could bestow A Tills paper is to be run oa the prohibi Â¬ skilled physician aad the best of neigh Â¬ tion platform exclusively and lis object bors did all la their power to alleviate is to promote the moral welfare of Da Â¬ bar salttrisg and bow God in 11m mercy viess county Heres to the health of the baa taken her where only joy for His Vindicator and may it live long and ehlldraa rsigBS She leaves three chil Â¬ prosper dren a husband RoasOresap of Bedford Indian four sisters Mrs Dr Wells ol NEW QOSPEL JQH AJiMKRS Texarifrs Hunt el Woodland Mrs The series ofFarfrersTttiwMlctes being Dewell of Ekron and Mrs Bland two held in the several cotratiee by Chair- Â¬ brothers Mr Clinton Jenkins and Dr man Dr P W Foote and bia cofps of Arthur Jenkins of Bertha Ky Her fu Â¬ assistants have been fairly sueoessful bo neral was preached by Brother Davall far The akeirdanee has not been what at the Baptist church from the text To it should haye been but the meetings Die is Gain The ohoir with Miss Ada have been interest g ami helpful to Urownorganlet sang Sef la the Arms those who took advauUg u them It A large congregation aesem olJfcua is a new doctrine theee men are preach bled as a token cf esteem and followed tag and like all innovations it is tmd to her remains to the cemetery where get the people to take hold of them It bright beautiful autumn offering cov is the true gospel for the farmers and ered her resting place Muoh sympath the sooner they catch on to the new to the family ideas and methods these men are preach- Â¬ ing and have adopted iheHwelvee the Free Ltetweau Hardinsburg aad Clo sooner Buccees will come to them If a verport farmer can raise six or seven sent cattle five at a lower cost than he is now raising Manager Harrison of the Ohio Vall6y cent oaMa what he wants to do and should Telephone Co will shortly establish at do istrget at It These men tell him Hardiaebuig a telephone exabange how to do UaEaj it isf sot a theory bat a When this service M in operation It fact Ifa feeM do If la other states and will be of great advantage to both towns why not do It here Farmers ia Brook It la understood that theserviee between ridge jaatjraan do it It they kne how these points will be free The knowing how is what brings suc- Â¬ cess in every business Oa a Fishing Tour We hope there will be a good attend Messrs Jess Conrad and Harvey Wit ance at Hardinsburg to day and tomorlett of Leavenworth Ind were in town row and at Hawesville Friday and Sat- Â¬ Monday and Tuesday stopping with Mr urday and at Fordsville next Friday and and Mrp Sam Conrad They are on a Saturday Dec the 8th and ith flat boat and are going down to Paducab and up the Tennessee river hunting WEST VIEW fishing and buying furs Â¬ Â¬ ras Itn maeUkgemetit Kill L railroad ol mm of Jto atost Hw aWttriiif Or MRWALrCURWOOD Pa narriaef The aatrOiMwant Is mads of tba ap proachlnc mwrflg tri Mr Walker Wood toMnwMadfta Paltlaiai both ol Hop klaavills The watldlitK w1 M ths fifth ol Daoambsr Mr Wood Is the pabllslier of the Hopklnaville Kaw Xa a rHKCestftil aUd asway avaniag dally He is ous of th haadaotneet aad moat popular of the voaog man of Kentucky anil an all around good fellow Morsanfield fan w saWHBF CtRSMplKD not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden Wow It doss not come that way It creeps its way along First you think It Is a tittle cold nothing but a little hack- Â¬ ing cough then a little loss in weight then a harder cough then the fever and the night sweats The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage Better stop the disease while k la vet creenln iou eaa oe u wiui Do I 3 mmrTtmmffiitmffltyfflM 3 B FREE ean gift out I lurBintaitflgift4rr r i c iitsppr j Ibe J till la the hftVa lustifcirtg Just the UUH to put H6ur in when it oome frotH the iters kitohen 3 3 I A Tlmtly Sketch jit Hae a revolving sifter t th bottom with which you ti roe tha quantity you with to ugja - o inv botlSifa6LD NE5fefeT A j- 7 bat brighter with the yearr How 8 west tllat good devices neer grow Good customs wear oldl HOLDS 50 POUNDS OF FLOUR Thia Flour Bin is a neoewUy in every htttsahold and wherever it has been introduced ha received th admir- Â¬ ation by all housekeepers It prevent waste of mKterial It resiste all dampness and the oontenta are always pure eweet and dry It does away with the constant scrub bing of drawers boxes or floors andno waete gathers in corners and about the floors to make dirt and the gnaw Â¬ ing of floors and walls by rata and raioe is prevented It is constructed of tin nicely painted to hold the contents of a 50 pound sack of flour which is at all times seoure from dust dirt etc and when taken from the Bin it is already sifted and prepared for immediate use It can be attached to the wall above the floor out of the way easy of access occupies no floor space and can be sus Â¬ pended over the kitcken table or in any definable place The board at the back of the bin can be attached to the wall by two screws or nails We havo concluded to offer the above Bin Fbkk of Charq as an inducement for every ono to trade with us a sufficient length of time to test our goods prices and manner of doing business fooling assured that every one purchasing a sufficient amount to secure one will become We have not increased our a permanent customer We give these away simply priceH and will not do so to keep abroast of the times in advertising our business knowing full well that a pleased customer is the best ad- Â¬ vertisement we can secure and after you havo examined sample at our store we are confident you will indorse our Always selling the best good at Our motto choice the lowest possible prices This Bin and Sift or given Absolutely Frbe of Chabqb when your cash purchases amount to 2500 Sunday School teaoher what part of Christs life we cel- Â¬ ebrated on Thanksgiving day She evidently connected it rh her mind with Christmas and Baster the two great re ligious observances df the year When told that it was a holiday oreaU d by man she said in apology for her question Well I dldf not kqpw for we always have turkey then just like we do at A littli girl asked llr Agcrs Cherry Pectoral You first notice that you cough less The pressure on the chest is lifted That feeling of suffooation is removed A cure is hastened by placlngone of THE ABSENT ONE The Daughters of the ConferiorARv hold Bieir annual meeting in Richmond list week On the 8th tabUr ere unveiled to tlm nmnrv r efferson Davis children all of whom re dead excent Mrs Have TnHon teagan of Texas the only survina mem er of the Confederate Cabinet was resent and divided tiie honours with oung Jefferson Haves Davip the i ranl on of the dead leader He is the son of U and Airs HrVPB llllt liv an art nf tie legislature his name was changml to avU Western Recorder In another column of this paper is a Mbute of respect to the absent one Win- ie Davis the late daughter of the Con- Hlerate President who did more than ny of the other children towards keep ig Her honored lathers name and fame esh in the minds of the people Her yalty to the Lost cause and her fath rs memory have placed her among the remoet of Americas great women f Tiikhk was a meeting of the memiiani the National Democratic committee l Chicago last week The meetbiK of lis committee was important just at ila time from the fact that there is bo mch for them to do between now and WO It is true not much was done at us particular time but It was only a rerunner of many other meetings that e to be held in the near future hairman J K Jones of Arkansas pre ded and U was his opinion as well as i that of other members of th mm Jttee that the silver Iseue was in the atformtostay They said that there ould be an early convention next vear Jt the point of meeting had not yet n determined uoon Karma rsi id Milwaukee had offared a hinus of 50000to the campaign Juad as an dueement to secure the Qenvenkon those cities Tint Louisville Evening Poet says thht e of the first questions to he taken up the new General Council wiU be that Asphalt streets The beet streets or e lowest price will bo the policy of the w board nays the Poet and this will e the handlers of Kentucky Asphalt ne show lor their product the city oIovTdofrullQ Works wiUbe ask to change their ajafMUtatloaa and do 3 with the bliHferoourte vXenWky jplmtt does not a binJr mln u Mbit i knocktHl nI We have grown so accustomed to the annual occurrence of this national holi- Â¬ day that it Is a surprise to many of us to discover that It is a feast of very modern date although it has its prototypes in many ancient celebrations The au- Â¬ tumnal Jeetiyals that were observed in ancient times and special seasons of thanksgiving set aside by rulers from time to time for universal celebration are full of interest No doubt the Pilgrim fathers in their institution of Thanks giving Day beingso well versed in Scrip ture and history had these early feetivals in mind The first record of a Thanksgiving Day in this country is the one celebrated by our Pilgrim fathers in the fall following their landing at Plymouth Rock The Virgil Goodman was in Hardinsburg Surprise Party celebrations were then of frequent oc- Â¬ Sunday A crowd of young gentlemen irom currence but there was no regular annual No Literary Saturday night on accot nt town went to Persimmon Flat yeater holiday until more than 300 years later of the rain day evening to giye Miss Mary Smith In America Thanksgiving Day haa long Our town would be complete if wet nly who is the talented teacher of tbatplace siuoe become a distinctive home feast bad a railroad day It is a day when children far and a surprise party Many tiee are being hauled through near gather together under the rool tree and spend the day in meiriment and the city to Harned Purchases a Farm good cheer This home gathering feat- Â¬ Come out to our Literary Saturday R L Newsom has sold to Sherman ure of the festival is one of the beet cusnight and help us have a good time Blair what is Kuotvn as the Patrick Man toms connected with its celebration and Prayer meeting every Sunday night ion place near the White Sulphur and one that will long live Come out and help with the service Tar Springs containing 125 acres Con- Â¬ Nor is the religious Bide of this custom The gold people here are not pleased sideration 036 overlooked Tomorrow in hundreds of nt the way the election is being managed of churches and thousands of hearts New Toll Oate A young Mr Butler was married today praises and hymns of gratitude will be to Miss Robinson Bro Roberts offici- Â¬ R L Newson casee ol the Cioverport sung to God the Ruler of nations the ated Turnpike Co has erected a toll gate op- - the Dispenser of blessings the Hope of Master Evan and Royalty of HarÂ¬ poeite the Fisher Homestead the frindleee and the Giver of every dinsburg were in town Friday and Sat- Â¬ good and perfect gift Though the dav urday Antlclpate a Big Vote does not represent one cf the pivotal The nceet line of Fall and Winter 0 points in Christs ministry on earth There were two successful W goods ever displayed in Wast View 8 T U meetings at Hitea Run in the in its correct observance gives ample scope for the following out of Christs cf re- Â¬ M Hennlger terest of temperance last week It is said a large vote will be polled in peated precept Freely have ye received Our school is nrogreesing nicely al- Â¬ though sore eyes and have that part of the district against the liquor freely give ox traffic thinned our rauksa little LODIBURG E J Mc Davis our hustling genial Two Haadsome Monuments blacksmith and poet master haa just J E Keith Son have just erected a Success to the Nsws iiuished a new citern in his yard Grayson Payne and Joe P Robertson Little Lura Norton was kept away from very heayy Barre Granite Monument at school a part of last week on account of Walnut Grove for Mrs Samnel J Parks went to Oloverport Monday and we understand Mrs Ella Gregory sickness She is one of the faithfnl Mr and Mrs Bazll Argabright were baa contracted with Mr Keith Son for ones visiting her mother Mrs Henry Clay one simitar to be erected in the Clover comb Sunday Brother Roberta is conducting an in- Â¬ port cemetery teresting meeting at Cave Spring near Miss Nannie M Johnson of Irvington here We do not know how many con- Â¬ is visiting her brother Henry this A flood Woman Gone verts week Pathbville Ky Nov 27th Special Miss Medora P Caldwell spent Satur- Â¬ This with great sadness we record the day and Sunday with Miss Laura STEPHENSPORT death of Mrs George Jar Doe which oc- Â¬ curred Wednesday Nov 22od 1809 at French Mr and Mrs Tom Robertson and Mrs We are late perhaps but Hurrah for 0 Oclock a m after 120 days illness of Taylor typhoid fever Mrs Jarboe was a true Tom Payne were the guests of Mr and Christian and one of the leading mem- Â¬ Mrs Henry Johnson Sunday Herman Lay spent Sunday in Cannel bers of the Baptist church which real Â¬ Mr and Mrs Willie Gibson of Addi- Â¬ ton Ind ises the lose of one of its brigntest light son were visiting relatives at Lodiburg Mr and Mre E H Miller spent Sun Although she will be greatly missed and Sunday day in Oloverport her place in her home and church is va Mr Will Head went to the oity last William Livers and family spent Sun cant never to be filled we bave a great Monday lo sell his tobacco day in Cannelton Ind consolation in knowing one bo good and Mr A M Hardin has finished his Boyd McKaugh haa bought property trup has found a borne where the faith- Â¬ Mill ane moved to town It required twelve weeks bard ful are ever blessed Her life should be work and a good deal of money W 0 Blain of Patesville is spending an example to her family and friends several davB with his parents The funeral seryicee were conducted House Party at the Falls Kev J B Galloway Held regular ser Â¬ by Rev Cicero Corlery at the Baptist vices in the M E church Sunday ohurah Thursday at 11 a m after Mrs Short Miss Allieae Murray Mee Mr and Mrs A M Livers and family which the remains were laid away in srs 0 T and J R Sklllmanhaye return the Bethelham graveyard to await the ed from a pleasant visit to Miss Jennie have returned from a visit in Concordia The entire community ex Green at the Falls of Rough Mr Tojtf Williams of Evans ville Ind resurrection Her home has long beea noted for its spent a day last week with his sister Mrs tends their sympathy to the bereaved family hospitality and with Its present mistress Wadlington it will continue to deserve a reputation Mr Ohas Caoty pf Louisville spent which ia woa onlyby a gracious hostess Hows litis I several days Iftattvfeek with Mr aad Mrs We offer One Hundred Dollars Seward Jas Crawford for any case of Catarrh that can not be Successful fleetlag Mrs Pike Conn returned last week cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Rev Winobell has closed a fourteen from a visit to friends and relatives In F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 days meeting at the Tobtasport Baptist Jaaersoavllle Ind Wethe undersigped have known F J Among the many other things to be Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Church with four additions to the thanklul for we can give thanks that we lieve him perfectly honorable in all busÂ¬ ehureb Much interest was shown ia the meeting resulting ia mueh encourage were not born turkeys iness transactions and laanoially able to meat to the ehureh Cannelton Enqui- Â¬ earry out any obligation made by their rer Misses Edna Petit of Jeffersonvllln Ind and Leora P itit of Oregon Ind are I rm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ gueets of Mr and Mrs Pike Conn Twa Leads ef Tobacae Rejected do 0 Walding Kinnan Marvin Two wagon loads of tobaoeo were reÂ¬ Mrs Jas Crawford Mrs Bettle Nap Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio jected at J B Pace Jr Gos tobacco per and Miss Katls Crawford spent sev Â¬ Halls Catarrh Care is taken Internal Â¬ It was rejected oa ao eral days last waak with Mrs E II En ly acting directly upoatbe blood aad factory Friday aoaat of being too badly assorted The gHh mucous surfaces of the system Prise belonged to R L Harrison of FlorÂ¬ A great many are wondering who tits 70 per bottle Sold by all Druggists ere al Ky He was to have beea paid 7 7J Staahensport observer of last wastes Teetiatoaiala free aad 1 had the crop beea aeeerdla to Haws ooull be And we ourselves are Halls Pamllv Pils are the best eeatraet a mite curious Â¬ chic-en-p- 3 3 3 3 3 Dr Ayers Cherry 3 3 Pectoral Plaster over the Chest A Throat and Lungs Wrku cm FrtMtkr whfttorer if ton havvA fttiT ramTtliLtnt ftlTl TOtt TlAalrs rnadleal anil th hMt md pOMlbly reeelTe write the doctor h- - It is on the Diseases of the Book Free rreeij wunvui UK el U cmi xmiwiiirecviTaBprvtupiiivajs AIK fluiiitTis aVOWVUa Maw BATTLETOWN R Bennett who has been so danger- Â¬ ously ill for some time is muoh im- Â¬ proved Emmet Brown lost a fine horse last week The people of this place are Batirfied Hurrah for Taylor with the election Messrs Mclutire and Nieman gave an entertainment here last week with their ecioptican and phonograph There are some Larges at the landing being loaded with ties and lumber Professor Archie Stiles of Irvington spent last week here with relatives Prof Stiles bag invented a self moving J THE ECLIPSE GROCERY WE HANDLE a iiniiwiiniiii lain niiha Clothing and Notions Hardinsburg Ky 71 blccle Mrs Bennett of Ohenanlt was the gut at of J R Bennett a part of last webk Rev and Mrs J B Haynes visited their daughter Mies Annie Haynes near Rat Run Thursday Mlseea Elizabeth and Lucy Blake and Mattie Bennett were guests of Misses Effie and Ibbie Haynes Thursday Mr and Mrs John Ball oWol Creek visited J R Bennett Friday Mrs J B Haynes and daughters visited at Charles Bennetts Friday ui ui u ui u ui ui ui ui iu ui rc avaVaAayayevtyVSV9 ATION IN KENTUCKY THE POLITICAL SITU- Â¬ firs Lucy Clever McEIroy Mrs Lucy Oliver McEIroy one of the state speakers for the Farmers InstU tutee now in progress was the guest ol Mrs John Babhage Sunday She is a bright interesting woman and her talks to the farmers are mueh appreciated Mrs McEIroy ia Irom Lebanon and is a farmers wife so she knows whereof Her papers ate practical she speaks and interesting and Bhow a careful and studious preparation Mrs McBlvoy is not a nuyice in the line of public speak ing as she was intbe temperance work in this state for many years being the state President of the W 0 T TJ She gave up this work on aouunt of ill health and is before the public again only at the earnest solicitation of Commissioner Â¬ Moore Mrs MeElory is also a newspaper writer of some ability having contribut- Â¬ ed to Cincinnati and New Crlaaas papers for some time The farmers are to be congratulated on having Mrs McBtroy give them the benelt of bar learning and experience in their mataal work Communicated Dill Goebel Introduced a bill the Ken- Â¬ tucky Legislature called the Goebel bill Bill Stone and Bill Goebel locked horns in a terrific contest before the Demo cratic State Convention for the Guborna Bill Haldeman nomination torial cheered luilily and Is charged with us Â¬ ing greenback bills Policemen with billies and Watterson with hUlH ttowc curled the day for Goebel Bill Tayloi was the Republican choice and a heatÂ¬ Bill Stone sulked ed contest was begun in his tent while Bill Lindsay lsoksd on with a scorn ul smile Bill Bryan earns to the state and made speeches for the free silver nominee at the modest charge of oua two hundred dollar bill per speech Bill Owen and Bill Sweeney cussed Goebel from the stump and Bill Breckinridge wrote readable editorials n his Lexington newspaper On elec-Â¬ tion day Bill Bradley called out the mu- Â¬ lish and Taylor got a majority of the votes Bill Debee went to Washington and had a oonfeienoe with Bill MeKin ley oa the situation Bill Fryer and Bill Bills now have the final counting ol the votes aad one dollar bills are freely bet on both Bill Taylor and Bill Goebel The fU Bubboans promise to iatroduos a bll In the next legislature to repeal theÂ¬ present election bill Things look bil ious la old Kentucky GAPES and JACKETS In all the noweet fads priests ranging from f at 100 for Gapes to 1000 for the Nobbiest Jackets1 No need of going or sending to the city its can suit you THE FAIR CIHWHrtS Ml prlM NeiM Iasnraace Case Woa Jeha Moore of IXardiaaburg sued the Ooetiaaatal Ituraaoe aompaay for 1 40Q Ruftprinlr Pattornc Aphorisms They ean conquer who believe they oan Drydea Forbear to judge for we are sinners all tihakespoare The less men think the more they talk Moalecquiea Coaetancy la the complement of all have wiutt ahoR Tho Trinidad Halt requires a binder but Kentucky Ill tmni bet wUto t ntf ad i to of the binder preyente ooape u between the lake aaphalt and the Mucky article so that heretofore w i e had no show in tit biddiog Sose pw nave not tofgoMon the bold fed Mr Knott the editor of the PoaL de for Uim in Louisville bowo ntha ago when this inatiar was Ukatt Iwforathe Gonatatoiai Uaavaatioau iupod that the Aght be has wad I iaUU making for thia ebaaaa by ti- I uiI i udiio Mr nlli- - troraa may aa an iul and that Kentucky Asphalt omt IB th MnMtl Ol JuMiaWUia out our fwejlle f Full uiHBsr will be served TttHrday Shut Up la Klatfeerley also aa o voter supper ia the evening at Mrs Naney Houston Baaks formerly the City Hall for the benefit el the of Headareoa bat now la South Africa Ohjjstlaa Otnrh all are invited Than as the eorrespoadeat ol a London pap da Nor SO laW is shut ap la Klmbarley She has man With we bear of the death of aged to get a letter oat which states that Jas McKauguaag young wife which ee site Is amaeiag herself picking ap frag Â¬ ourred at Troy lad ressaUy The has- - ments ef Boer shells as they bant aa baada BataaW baaa Mr aad Mm Boyd the streets as maweatoag jtx MtKsHghan have the dear little twa yevrj old wty To Spaad the YVfater Utt R A HlMllaua has a baauKJn Mfes Bessie Jarhee left aktarday night ooiacUoa of arM rsaUmaM aad for 0Mr4es4ea Ma where she will saaiaiBg quite a asms as aa amaAaar apaad the wlater with her aaele Mi Otu floribt We bear great areies iraaa Lax- - I Fiaak Btcreii Miss Jarboe Is two of a ee let salary PoaitiM pemaaaat auialr reiar aawa Bay beak la any Iowa It It to a family of ehanalaf sisters aad will s work conducted at hone Hifcrsats IdcIom iaftoagf a box of her eat flow seat rret other human virtaes Mauirif Every maa is the architect of hie owa character Boardmaa A maa ol Integrity will sever baton to any reason saaiaet aapieianoa Home Nothing coals less nor is cheaper theva the compliments of dvlllty Oarvaaers Ones BelfatbfoUoa hi aa untaxed Mad of property which ia very unpleas The editor of the Farm Joaraal Why bave a morteefte aa the facm ant toned depredated Geoffe lllott poor crops sour bread grip leak In the Cares are oftaa more difflonrt to throw roof hole ia the pocket skeleton la the off than sorrows the latter die with closet er any other pala or treabie times the former grow upon It Bloater wbaa you can get the Farm Joaraal for If we faetea oar attention an what we the balaaoe ol ISM aad all of 1900 1M1 bave rather thaa oa what we Jaolc a 190s aad 190S aearly Ave yearn by pay very Utile wealth is wWeteat F Joha- lag a year ia advance for the Bbscjcbm- - sea aitMixKawa rnlsyoa eaa da If Ttw tree aouraa ol abeerialaeas hi be are not too late aevoleaee The soal that prastaally ovwtnotva with kladaess and sympathy IKVKKAL MKIOH1 TITAMT1D AND Yt aONIIT Miwi tt at t WaM- - will always be cheerful Goodwia rte gento thHaaddo by ooimMBantry H a year and aapeaM Sinlet kosu Sde more O Â¬ tor Insurance on his boose which aBiaBjesaaBaBSsaaaanaaaaasaaasawnsAaaM bttrnedsooteUBM ago The tjme ol his pejley had expired two days before bat he had been insuring with this company forlyeaisaadaattY bad allowed him a few days of grace each year ia which to Mrs H V Dutvoan wish as PV his pollsy be felt no isar of losing announce to the public that bsinQey Wheu he returned from paying his poller ha found that his peots to go out of buaiiiew inim battue had barned The company re lately and that her foods are being Jased to pay the iaauraaoe aad he toad offered to bar vwtomm at xmuk WtvaiVfiv5 DONT MISS IT MW la was repntarated by D R and ably low figures She hm Wstatsl II Q Murray aeajaet Clarence Dallam at Mm Oaltoway Xetast on Mats b Bowden who rear aad Jadi street where her steek If on dU Go Moores aaolAd lbs Continental them ease wm rvaead in the BraebwrldtW biUon Qbpult Court aad was take to the ing t jwluoed ptioat JJbjr fWMttoe Quart tf Appoaj wbieb decided la bis bat she ia now eemtwllesl aJote fsTWjNov Ub The whole amoiust out at any Mttrltee tghiiJrtf She with ooetf asaoaais to HnJmhim JCr itx Sat Uv f A Beat the IVORXA mtMYMlltliAKtajl Mil ITW VaaghC aaJesed by bar autay Meade self add retted stamped eaves Dep Commmv i LWcsgo Tn Onsiuinsi ajraartj ef C Oboatog la with baskets of the sobataa lists aad delloaeisa of life aad boodles of winter clothing ia their happy business like war they tat themselves about pro viding for needs of the individual mm- brraoftbeparsoaage as I eannot write at length all that the depths of my heart would proatpt f ektea thaaklag yon alt sincerely aad feeling I em on of s dilem Vary Truly Yoora au W B Bovumos wirftstrAemssthnsrathedlmvr7 9erh Surely oar Rood people have aa IbII kiwjwltxlte of the problems aad pw vi utv statu swmi sat aaiauiaii tn iiHa bMbjwdtboot thirty Wnoted hats whose saaeet ate ant we half invites the public M call and get the advantage of ttda sale he of the be and neweet style with prises Mag ing ftoi JJO cents to Ladies hats are sold for tfl j J3 hats for II Childrens hats for 80 cents Her ribbons and trinmings are aejoaily rednetd Buoh a Bhvnyjbter 81 has net been known besnte t this place Yon will do youreelfan io juatloe if you mias thia opportunity nvUl 41 m t 333S3SE tdjjto better than cure Tutts Liver but if PUjl yillnot onjv cur ill prifevnt tfo Prevention clygppiabiliounc8 Sick Headache malaria cotmtipatkm jaundice torpid llvar atxl kindred disease TnJTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE JRECKENRIDGE WEDKMDAY MOV NEWS J t lfcl KpV SjMM4 4444 44444 1 f 4445 Get yoar holldy advertise nif uta ready II S vers was ia Owenboro Friday Titers Ink wil sell your holiday M XWV toes have Roue out ef tight ia Bfiee iD Uraeptar went to Oweaeberej Semi J Klrst of Cannelion FrJUfly was here Mr John May pt Lwtsp6rt wasla the city last week Toilgat rafrjlnghas comraeaeftj again in SheltqWeaafy v gxawle life Jafel on year paper and see how voa stand Mrr John Flood ef 8tephensport was In the city Saturday Mr R 8 Skillman of Hardiusburg was in town Saturday Jno D Babbflg i atteuded thtt Farmers Institutes last week Ail1 exchange party is a new thing for sooUfy fcoiog people D R Murray went to OwenSboro at urday on legaibusinees Readfthe ad of the Pittsburgh Coal Copanyin this iseu- - Um Carile Latriar of Louisville was ia town Saturday Mr Jawea Yearaan of Henderson was ia tlra city 8undy Mr William Mullen of Cvensboro spent Sunday ia the city John Burks who has b en qilte ill at Addison ie muah better To asdertain tho news value of the News read every page closely P M Riglon and Mat Jarboe of Patts ville were in Hie oily Sunday Dr 8 B Adkleeon spent Saaday at bis old home near Webster Mrs P F Wingerr of Tell City boa joined hbr husband at this place Forrest Hay nee of Holt epint Sunday with Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynea MiwAliee Mattisgly who baa be a visiting at Kirk has returned home Mies Mayme Ireland of Skillmaa is vleHlag her sister Mrs Leon McGavoek Oapt iJamee Hennen of Haweevllle was a visitor to tbe oity Sanday evnning JJinSmQ infants under two yeereef age die annually of ooasaaiprtoa in Paris Commence your advertising and re mind people that Christmas is close at band Sam Board operator at the shops spent Saaday wkh relatives at Hardlna- bHT R G Hail of Somerset baa this year sold 100 worth of bird doge The Time Journal I From a Grateful Heart Thursday Mis Tim Jordan of Webster wishes Was Marion Bowmer left Tootorday ferayMt to the Misses Iaglehart at to thuk her many kind friends and es pecially the masons for their attention as villa andoensldaratioa ddriag tbe reseat ill Tn f1an4Ml ftTAntuAlrw 4ha Aftn vr 4 Wlfp in her family wheat is reported as beingbadly damaged sees and bereavment wishes to ex From a grateful heart she by tbe fly press to each one of them her aiaeerest Miss Ella Robertson will speed tbe apnroejaUoa Thanksgiving bellidays at her home a ar Gleadeaae TtM Sam Total Mr Hslaa Mtaary aa Mr Bopaw AaaTtnfBf OnS bo MaTVitMoaj MM IHI eastle of LoaUvllle saeat last week at vertieed successfully if the proper method Addison haatia Anything far which men ie employed and womaa apead naoaogr oaa baaaoeess Allie Groves of Tobiasport Ind Mr baavtold bis fatm and it is said be thinks ally exaJoUod it yoa aa aboat it ia tbe right war Anything aad everything o aieytnc HhArkaaoaa fiom jwsharpa to gfave otoaaa from WAstc If foadlag Garreat Toptos broad baskets to oattM An nadortakor My pareuiag that column valuable ia Ho dare sot herald to mav advertise forasatioB oaat b g4ed the wold bargains ia ooflios or eat rates Mm Mayme Poa after vMMag tbe ia shrouds bat bo oaa keep bis baaiaoas kualWej Mr J H WllloL before tbe aablia ia a dignified aad suit-Â¬ ftoltBBoaaaiatJOtMaoaora l able manner so thatvrbea tbe aoed Mr and Ma W H Bowmer will arises be ad hb Mtabfcfcaiftat are tbe saead Tbaakaf Ivlng Day with Mrs Sam first thfaat aatatalljr taoagbt of Aad Hawos at teMafltoa thats the saaa total ef advtUiaoT W Caesar ia Aaaiovurvu Ajfs Mx aad Kit Sam Ooarad letaraed Â¬ Â¬ Mrs A HV Fisher attended the Dean Moorman wedding at Glondeaao last The peaetler In tbe Kentaoky Advo adyiees the orgaaisittioa of Live Mr ami Mrs Job a D Oookrell aad Sensibly slabs which would avert the eon Tracy ol ToWnsport lad bare neeeesHy of tbe now popular Dont aon to Joaeeboro Ark to visit their worry olabc boa Everett Cookrell Tbe star authorities have announced Mies Minnie Murray of Hardineharir that the sfaowsr of leonids will not occur fiba been the guest of Mies Beeeie Ham- - until next November This delay will btelon for several days 8he will 8ead give the faithful watchers at this plaoe the Thanksgiving holidays with Mies Ume to eateh up tbe sle p ost while Alloa Dixon at Henderson viewing the heavens expectantly and Mis Gro g W 8hort and Mies Allfeae will Ive the alarm eloek dealers another Murray MfssrsOT and J K Skillman rush of business and C W Mooiman will ave Thursday A church in Newark N Y has ap-Â¬ for the Falls of Jlough to attend a houee pointed young ladies as ushers and the p ity given by Miss Jennie Green papers Bay the eongngition is growing A laige Mormon temple will soon be rapidly The ushers are chang d every built in Louisville It will be need not few weeks Ex There has been a com only as a plaoe of worship bat as a een plaint for some time here that so few of tral point frtm which missionaries will our young men attend ohuroh regularly be sent to various paints in Kentucky and it baa been suggested that our min and contiguous states isters adopt tbe plan given above and The Society for the Stndy of Life is a note tbe effect Our prediction is that new movement among women This so the eard S R O would be hang from ciety is establishing a library for the tbe chandullt r the first night bejufltof its members containing all Among the many disastrous results of books oa the subjects of heredity physi- tbe recent campaign is the temporary ology and psychology disfigurement of two little girls who live early advertising your holiday near this place They are bright childBigln goods Lt trie people know the class of ren and read the newspapers where by goodt you handle By doing bo it gives careful searching they discovered that a them an opportunity to make up tbeir ftoroe war was being waged iajkeir own minds where tbe best plaoe la to do state Unfortunately their papas were of different opinions regarding this war Ihsir trading so those loyal little daughters espoused Tbe bodies ol tbe Maine viotlms which were buried at Havana will be opposite sides aad the outcome was brought to Washington and burled in fraught with pain Discussion was fol- Â¬ tbe Arlington National Cemetery some lowed by epithets whioh no self respecting time between December 1st and Febru- child could brook and as the words grew ary 1st Congress has voted 10000 for warmer the blons full thick and fast and this purpose and lh i battleship Texas in the next thing these little partisans charge of Captain SIgsbee will be used as knew was the fact that there was blood on their facta and two little girls wont tbe transport crying home for mama to mend their broken noses Century The Twentieth Telephone jokes are above par just The nineteenth century cloeee with the year 1000 Immediately after mid now Everyone has heard of the phone night tberefoie of Dec 31 1000 is when that is mufll d to keep from waking the the twentieth century begins In other baby of the young man who calk up words it begins with the first second of his bast girl before breakfast before tbe the first hour ot tbe first dayof January other men come into the office and of 1001 the iady who orders her groceries over The twentieth century will open on a the wire and then sends to see i her Tuesday and close on a Sunday It will message was received but there is a havathe greatest number of leap years later one A certain gentleman who possible for a century twenty four doesnt live a hundred miles from here The year 1004 will be the first one then was asked to take the receiver and thank every fourth year after that to and includ- some parties for some muric that was ing the year 9900 February will three being played while the owner of the box tlmpa have five Sundays in 1920 1048 was railed away The inevitable email boy standing near observed the old gen1976 Tbe twentieth century will contain tleman put the receiver to his mouth Thank you and 98 536 days which lacks but one day of murmur a grateful beirg exactly 5218 weeks Tbe middle quietly bang it back remarking in a loud That music was flue day of the century will be Jan 1 1051 tone to his host Several announcements are made of and I told them so changes to be inaugurated with the The Ladies Reading Club is the social opening of the new eentury The first of feature of the week It is composed of importance is that Russia will adopt the about thirty ladies who spend their Gregorian ealeadar This will be done Thursday afternoons together pleasantby omitting tbirteea days the amount of ly and not unprofitably In the begin- Â¬ error that will have accumulated after ning it was tbe correct thing to do th close of February 1000 The Rus fancy work while the reading was going sians will thea write Jan 1 1901 instead oa bdt now it is only tbe very indusof Dec 10 1000 or rather Instead ot trious who carry their work bags with both aocording to the dual system now them Though the club has been in in vogue in that country and in Greece existence several years the interest does The other important announcement is not abate and there are some members tbatit is not at all unlikely that the as- who live in the suburbs who havo never tronomical day which now begins at missed a meeting Mrs A B Skillman noon of the civil day will begin with was the hostess last week and the meetthe civil day at midnight Tbe present ing was one of special interest and en method of having the astronomical day joyment On account of the protracted to begin twelve hours after tbe beginning services now in progress at the Baptist of the civil day is apt to be confusing church he club will not meet this On the other band to have the former week or next The members are re begta at midnight just when astrono quested to meet at Mrs J A Murrays mers are often busiest will be to them Thursday afternoon December the 14tb aoaawbat inconvenient N Y Sun flambletoa i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ool Waefalegtoa Holt of Holt MHl Mr Will Sweeney of Oweaftboro were In town Thursday Wm What worta ef Moweaoaa 111 who fcaabil vMsfe relatives bore aed atyoblniptrt tM bafiretaraed Iteme Mlfe Sermee Wheeler ol Hardla Grove Iod resetted the oity last Thurs day and wm the guest ol Miee Annie OUR SCRAP L BAG 4 Wg Sal at Garten Ou ton Kv Nov 37th Special On last Saturday on tbe farm of Mr Jim n ii iifliiiHi tuiiniiwit wna jibiu imj ui iik inv most profitable m1s that ever occurred ia Uiis vicinity of all kinds of live stock machinery household effects Ac e To give one an idea of wbat kind of farmer Mr Diwall was would be only to awo a a few of the prices paid by some of our beet farmers for some of the stock One farmer near G union paid 79 for a yearling mule aad let me state that it is as good a yearling as walks the sod of Kentucky which is saying a good deal Four rearing mules brought 63 per head Two nine months steer calves sold for 43 60 whlli the milch cows av eraged about 86 or 40 One Poland China sow and piss sold for 83 Mr Dowell was one of our beet oltlsens a well as one of our host farmers in this part of the county Â¬ VTJHHH EASYGOING m PEOPLE rly indications Tfrtlt wh V dhrigmd distatt juvy eatarrh ia freqaeaV- fraduaL Ohroale eatarrh seottrea possession with Â¬ Tho progress of out the knowl edge of its Tie Um Â¬ i wrXG mm A ysasy going people catarrh that many to it It has become so common to aVery- say body haa a little Yet no class Brought Him 33465 Manypeople well Ojcar McGacock who has gained the advanced la years find themselves in reputation of being one of this countys the tolls of eatarrh Mr and Mrs enterprising farmers was In town Mon- Â¬ Collumof Glddlngs Tex found help In Mr Collums letter follows day a Medicine Co Columbus O Mr McGavock has delivi red his crop Dkab Sins I think your of tobacoo to Stinnett Co at Ilawes Â¬ Me ia the beet medicine I ever tried for ca 0 and 1 ville He received 7 tarrh I hare tried all the oatarrh had in 34 acres and realized 32 IOG medleinea that I could hear of and none of them did any good until I tried yours Alorganfleld Smallpox at Pe-ru-Pt-ru-nPe-ru-- of disease is so dlnl- uoult to shake off Leave it all to us For Your Thanksgiving Dinner We are safe in accepting the responÂ¬ sibility of greeting you with all the deli- Â¬ cacies of the season Such as Grapes PRUNES PEACHES Apricots Applee Oranges Bannanas Cheese Crackers Celery Nuts Candies Olives Kataup Sauces Candies Â¬ Â¬ of Clifton Mills and Man-a-ll- n and we ara about and now a real estate and insurance well I am 70 years old and my wife agent at Mnganfield writes the Nkwb fa Go When we commenced to take that during the last fourteen months your medioinea we were not able to see there have been five hundred cases of after our work but now she can tend smallpox in Union county At present to her work and I see after my farm You there are five cases at MorganfMd three to can use this publicly if yon want A P Collum Glddlngs Tex at Grove Center and some other points Â¬ In tbe county Unlontown is quaranA Big Fish Story tined and it is expected that the county One of the most peculiar freaks of will be soon nature in this county is what is known aa Fishing Springe situated about half VICTORIA way between Roeetta and Dents bridge Joe Beavin of Jolly Station was the it is a hole about twenty five feet long six feet wide and two feet deep with guest of Mrs Hattie Ryan Sunday four holes near which are about ten Frank Hin8 y was the guest of Miss Inches in circumference and from eight Mary Teakel Sunday to ten feet deep In the late fall and Mrs John Knight spent Sunday with winter great numbers of iliff rent kinds her parents of fish collect at that place to feed A Miss Nara Burk and Miss Mary Hafley good fisherman can catch as many as spent Saturday and Sunday with Mines fifty or seventy five large flih when the thermometer is hovering about zro Katie and Mary McGavern Mrs Tal Robertson and family spent On last Friday morning Mr Wallace and I caught thirty that weighed from a day wfth Martha Harris last week one to two pounds each Had the Miss Agnes Crenshaw visited friends weather been colder we could have and relatives in Davlees county Saturday caught twice this number Anyone and Sunday who enjoys fishing would be repaid for Mrs Jack Jones was the guest of her takinga trip to Fishing Springs parents Sunday TFB James Morgan was the guest of Miss ayayayaya awayayivaa Biddle Ryan Tuesday Misses Ruy and Helen Ballman spent Sunday with the Mlsws Ryan Mr James Crenshaw and Miss Addle Newman attended church at Fiegah Advertisements inserted under this heed at the Sunday rate of one cent a word each insertion b A Parke recently I and my wife have both used the Pe-ru-- na Our fresh supply not miss your eye It of Cakes should is too tempting to pass Send your order by phone and prompt attention and delivery will be assured you SULZERS Telephone 5 Kin 2 ffiKieCnHinHe Sick People Demand the satisfaction of knowing tbat when a physi oian gives them a prescription that it will be filled with purest of Drugs Our entire stock is pure and fresh I WANTS aVayaayfcwtvayaysv FOR 8ALK TIMBER LAND the Salutations How are you Thats 8wedish How do you are you Thats Dutch How do you stand Thats Italian Go withGod seuor Thats Span ish How do you live on Thats Rus sean How do you have youreeli Thats Polish How do you carry yourself Thats French Thank God how are you Thats STATIONERY In this department we have gained the reputation of having the nicest and beet goods sold in Irving ton A share of your patronago is solicited MOREMEN SALE 1040 acreifor 135000 Soil rich h iutroumled by fine farms The oak elm gum and maple are animated at 5300000 feet Addreas Dr C II TODD Owentboro FOR POPHAM leading IRV1NGTON KY Druggists Â¬ FOR SALB mVELMNU Â¬ Â¬ Nine with all nee FOR out building room dwelling quarer acrea three and a olground within a aquare of Court House Hardlna burg Ky Terms reasonable and tosuitpurchastr It N MILLBlt lUrdlnsburtr Ky SALE mmmmmsmmmmsmmmsml 0dRADY KNEW WHAT WAS COMING Oa His Way Home from SCHOOL REPORT Â¬ Arabian Be under the guard SALK 50 acres of land on the waters of Snear Tree Hun about three fourths of a miia Lodeburg from The land is partly cleared with dwelling house and barn Apply to WM MIL NEH Union Star LKOAI BLANKS of God Thats the Lodge Dlatrtet No 6a Breckaaridce County For School EBdlas Nov a Uh i89p Having passed a written examination on tbe common school branches tbe standing of different pupils is as follows Fifth Grade Gertie French 0887 fioxie Wheeler 05 2 Jas T Basham 047 Jalia Plock 03 Emma Flock 82 75 Abe Haynea 780 Allen Lewis 75 Fourth Grade Mat tie Haynea 853 Mary Basham 84 Third Grade Daisy Walls 766 Hewett Canary 89 Second Grade First Grade Ray Wheeler 08 Johnie Wala 90 Paul Basham 07 Oharlie Grimes 75 We are glad to see a marked improve Â¬ ment in the interest of school work in the past month and we urge paaetaal at Â¬ tendance Several pupils who have beea doing excellent work failed oa account of un- Â¬ avoidable absence to appear oa the roll of honor As a whole I have found the pupils of Lookout a most obedient aad indus trious set of pupils aad with proper at Â¬ tention the outlook for their future is very premising Hhkman D Day Teaoher Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAND CAVE FLAT Mr Dick Wagaes will n ove to Lick Run in the near future Jabe Haynea was the guest of Mrs A Oiaycomb last Thursday Miss Zula McKaughan was the guest of Miss Ollle Oashmaa near Union Star laet week Mrs Raesell Williams of Cloyerport isvMUngber pareats Mr and Mrs A Otayeoaab Jehn W Jarrett tbe Bewley villa school teacher came down last Friday to visit hie mother Boter aad other relatives and frieada and returned Sanday evenjng The beauty and sublimity of Robert Brownings poems are greatly apolled by tbe too frequent aoe of tbe aoonoun I rtrad not only avoid the ass of the pronoun bat that we Ignore sell as mooh as pos aiblo la eompoaition ooaversaUaa and ia public speaking Tbe marriage of Mies Lisele Ptaokto Mr Amos WbKworth was aalamolMd lha perspicuity of stylo demands that wbora Tiaaa Uwy bavo Wok vMtWft fifoiHa MUees On aa4 MayaM IreUmd of Spaacsr qaaaty LasiaaOoadCWasa Mr AhMaaaaa Kiaobloo oaa of Baaaosr SUllataa wra Ibo goette a Mi Leoa ooantyg boat kaawa oftlatat who lived MoGavooc Mvoral dajrs last jpak JE haaadjrifomLvewrUi A WaWwWWIf AaUaa aad Thames death vpadaa to aaaoaal doWUtr Ha flood aMojfoMoport wore In1 tbe oily was 4 yean oM aad was tbe father of Satawiy pwebaaiag fall ttlas aad J sea JaVMaT il WaH WWCo AM Hardlaoaaif Jaopaa 0at lttai baaaar aaasalad Ufa Jfrtjoo tftd at Paloavilbi Mm i mr pImoaa filaoaa of foar oa Taoinay Tobacco Sate MMnha of tyaMd irrol 8ba wan tba J D Isoase of PatosvllM told bla aaytM PbibwUhshU IUard WW motboroi Mm F M Wfdaa aad was whole ere of tobacco 10000 lbs to J B asuMUy fat ww nac athaetWa ia iSBPV Paoa Jr ie Oo for 6 8 aad 1 aaab day kmfa bariad at BatUahaat Thandar Hnar W A Eawos aad W P Newman of Sartag tba aatt yoar tboio bava booa oock Olarloa Oo- - 40 NUvtUa soW to J B Paos Jr 00 lbs of tohiisB tor t H aad I Mr Jaba Jennings baa sold bla atop of WaOHi mat laaata HambUtoa baa aaata ta Iod toaMoad Um woadia v Uasr e May Cojumc l - vaV fpamaaamaBBBj aoBf fftvi 4o Boaoiral atofoaatfla ston at Pa VJPtspeBjaVBBBBBBBBBB bj of r 0pa aor rbraV JISBBBBJWra last Wednesday ot tbohajao oi foa bride by Kov Galloway of Stopiiaaport Tbe iavoata of too bode gave a general la yttafoa to all who wiebod to b fueseat aad quite a namber we fjfendsjof tbe brida aad groom aoooptod Amojkg the visitors bom a diotanoaaaro Mr aad Mrs Sam Boaobamp aad Mjm Viola Wbit wattb Jiitor of tba groom Mm Kate Batawatar of Tall Oity aadsjobnnle Hack of Hatdtaobora aaat and foaein fUfrobfldo TboaaJfwaJoM oobcMt alattana aad wishes tboM ft loaaf and ii Oaaa fiaaBBHJJaBBBBPBJ aBVBaaBBBBBaBBBB laBBBfB mm MHBMBBBBBBBBM JMBi a 01BaBBJaP4BBBBaBjaaB Ottoman OR SALK Blank Deeds and Mortgages aad All Forms How do you perspire Thats Egypt- Â¬ ilDGE NKWS of Legal Blanks BIIKCKBN- OQrady OFiaCB ian TtfffiON How do you do Thats Euglish titration SALE Certificate in Bryant and American He was high In tbe order the regalia J7OR College LeuisvHle Ky Apply to May thy shadow never grow leas showed tbat There were other symp Â¬ UKECKHNHIDGHfNKWS OFFICE toms which showed that the order was Thats Persian TURKKY8 FAR SALK Have you How is your stomach high la him away up above the level of 15 or v Moaincuth White Hot eaten your rice Thats Chinese Ex 170R SALE -T-HOS J TUIPLETT Bewley bis eyebrows He was waiting in tbe land turkeys Yille Ky ferry houee and the regalia bothered him Every few moments it would un- Â¬ EBOSW09D BEKK8HIRMI I roll itself out of his pocket and only a BREED the kind that win as the record ot my herd at Indianapolis aad Spriaefitld this year wild grab would save it from the floor will attest I showed only animals ol my own fine regalia it bad breeding and captured a good percestage ol the It was sanely a desirable prises The prlw wtealBg boar Head enough purple and bullion fringe to light Jr 43999 nd oId ArUal DaVe 10th in service Pigs of their get lor sale My brood stamp him at least a past grand of some sows are of best Amerteaa and Bagiish strata 8ort or other there were flashes of emer- Â¬ Come and see me CALDWELL NORTON Louisville Kv ald green about it and there was no sign that It ever had anything to do with an RB8TADXAHT FOX 3AIX Orange lodge One fraatledlve after SALK Paving restaurant ia Umiiville unrolling regalia brought him to his doing large business Jato SuiMble for lady the ftet He swung the collar around bis r genllsmasi to maaage Full InvesttgaiioB eourt ed Address for particulars P O box 4j Louis Â¬ head In triamph and that led him to wmmmmmmmmmKmm ville Kentucky melody Do yoa take cold with Orders Solicited Oh Mrs OGrady you ara a lady hs loo state- OTitc i icobus or calling carUi joe vory chance In tho A perfect A lady sang with glee meats 75c j 100 Denalsoa tags 5jc 100 noteheads weather Does yoar throat 75C 100 envelopes Sj 100 gummed labels fiss lady you bet she ia just a perfect lady Jjc We pay all transportation charges Have fool raw And da abarp your copv plain and unmutakabu C B that wbat she Is Or she woaldat be LbATIIE Printer Norwoed Mass aataa dart tbroagh yoar 2 married to me dlvil a bit for Im cheat OGrady aad shes it thats what May Â¬ COMMISSHINERS NOTICE Dont you know thoao ara be you oan tell it by looking at me BrackenrMge Circuit Court danger signals which point Would any of yous take me for a Dutch Â¬ I lf Notice UfeGrew in to paoamoala bronchttw or vs Just let man Now would you really J Kouity J II Hart Deft consumption ttaolf me at the man who would just let me at AH persons having claims against the partnership If you ara ailing and have at Oram At Man an netitsd w preset the stme him onoe thats all Aad as Eyetallan proBftty proven V W uWeqejaMd Commlssioder lost flesh lately they art of the Breckesridjge Circuit Court at his office la Now do I look like aa Eyetallan the town of lUrdlasbura Kt t or befMe tbe irst crtaJnly danger signal The I want Maawiay ia Tale Nov 24th Wheres the man that says so loaa qaastioa for yea to decide la dtaBROVYNVaBC0 ilea to talk with him just let me converse Have I tbe rrtalky to throw with that saaa Yoa oaa tall what I COMMWMONERS NOTrUE off those diseasea am j oat by looking at me every time yoa HreckMMkig Clreuit Court Dont wait to try SCOTTS oan Mas A Pa Admr ITff Notice aa a toot ro BMUL5I0N 1 VS M Bat Its nighty qaare Ute dtlor tttero There la no remedy aort J W McOary c Delta J Kqufcy Now theres Mja OGrady ia la people AU persons havlag claims against the aetata ef equal to it for fortifying the Joseph McOary are naUSed M present the same that Im golag hoeae to last as boob ayatoaa Prevention Is easy properly proves to tba undersigned Commisinr ol the Breckearidge Circuit Coem at M ece la aa this boat sets ia I thiak tba he townof arrfineburg Ky on or Wfere hc world of bar ao matter how fall tbo arowd gets Im always UUakiag of aar But do I say ao Not maoh I doat I NOTWE OOMIVUIONEIIS last thiak aad say aetata for thats my Hreck Xlryitit Court way Im aoi oaa of these aaoa tfaata J B Meanings Aimr PTf iNotioc prevents consumption aad In alwara talklag atvil a bit So whoa I Xnuna Maantng Ac Def He ouity hoata of other diseasea which AU persoeM havwg claims against the estate el aat homo Ill thiak ot bar Jaw aa I am attack the weak and those eased arenotthed M pre- - thiakiagaow I MANMINU Bat tbaraa aota word seat the same properly proven M the nnaeaenen with poor Mood tjomuitassonsr ot the tHeckeartdae rcukcWt Ill say barriag Good evoaia Nora at aw oBrce In the town of emulsion u or saost like oollogalag Just to show that before the let Moadtu oa standard remedy for the Jtivmrer seta ley Im eaMUed to eater tbo loaga Bat aao Inflamed throata and lung WHd Door iattwa troaia ia nalao wall Ua a lot of talaUag shell be doiag aw ankle WaaohotJe aad aaa aboat taat time my weat aha Wild door Imto booomo so taaio tbat K to a food iihmM mwtflt talakl Aad tbo wamtof itaUk taat they irealy aalar aad 1T tbo otty at aaVU Ml mo arory Mt aboV tbtaWa r mrlM powM A ik 9I i MUattriaaakabm tllA amaaaal akamim au Parilaad wiaaaai VBnrarrPvnffamJBi X mMrW MM WUUa Wttty M WWW M J He Exposes HU Fear of Mrs J Danger I signals Tad News Tafaka So Tee The following compliment to oar fel- Â¬ low townsman is clipped from the La Rue Heralds aeeoHnt of tbe Farmers Institute whieh was held at Hodgenville last week Mr E G Ogleeby made a most excel leat praetinal talk oa reeklmlag tired soils ia whieh by request he branched off into the value of different stock foods Mr Ogleeby Is for fattealag purposes probably the moat aaeseesful farmer ia Emulsion scorrs Scotts Breekearldae ooaaty aad waea be talked oa tbe tub set of reelaimiag tired sella bo kaew whereof ho spoke for bla lifes work baa beea tbat of tfaaatosmlag a territory of very poor thla toad late oaa ef tbe richest aad beat aredaoiaa farms ia bis eeaaty Hla talk was well worth tbo days time rMvWS a ewWe Teaiebt at tbe residseee of tbe brides ahUr Mm Sfeaaks at Rome lad tbo atarriaaa M Mies May Ooaaer to Bar Marr ef Rome lad will take plaoe Miss Ooaaer is tbo daeehter of Mr Ooaaer ef this alaea aad Is a yoaaglady ef agooettoaal obataetar Bbabasapaat maoh ef bet time here alaea with her mtber aad baa oadeared beatett to maay oJlB1liJc avBRannnnm at i Mm W V Wtthaa ate from QUndcane Brackarlit ntarawi ooaatjr wbwathewaaoaUodto atlaai taw Hm aval ef bar moibar Mm Majraarot Doaa who died suddonly Wedaaadsy moraiaa Mavaaabar 16 OweMOtoro laqatvar At KM Yto the IMMIIII Faaaaa Mu Staaataraof jf 0q VrWl w JwPal aarV WJII V WJaVajil JT oalaad ttfaai 1 I A W lawth aaadattvaaUffB4a4 of tobaoao taat waok to Jamea B Paot Jr AOo He obtained 66 aad 1 ad will bava 4U00 pooada O tt t mm a It aadaa at aefVaBJ 11 a au a yoaac aaar raa ia W wv VaMerWSaPsa VaranvmannTeTI Wl Wal at aMAammm Saw 19 aj ejaaamt eWjajBapa a amUamm lam sayww ammaeBwWt smfa mr MM saeaai vvsVaa ypma MAAmmmm ma ama wbawiahhertheMatiat kaaaiaia la hormirrifm Ma Man k a Msthaamt laWake who JMma mTaawWaamW Wm mrmmj SH ia all anatgM BOWNB CtMmlMi Nw Yo k SCOTT CJJk BttMlaa ftf TOULZA TktayottowMaa aad Bams aad k a veaaa a aar aothlaf aat waaawar aa - WXXI ut wtll ka ailartailaiafl to bo thinklag of ma stall toU mo Jaet aa aooa aa I pat my bead iaattba door iTtaakaattla by Uka Ooaaoca aUaer N YrJoa I Mia Urotea IH- lam amW WI awBammmw p WDNK8DAY fcll m nUTaSr ft dlaUaatkm Thand wisMMaa early right txtlMII stuff rmmur km X I A DM flMMCo X WOV 1IM earit It 1st itsmsirilr propensities -- V T ML VV ntible conrtesy baa fastened apoa MOLLY WWArtUfiSlU eljLttf petrols a bad habit and that is -- TnT dW of Ipaalriaa for anothers health at svety inn tin How hae am htill stlling BANK OJU -- t DEPOSIT torWeWy lk Tv H r lode in which he worked this llHlwfiim to dedicated by the writer TJMMaeter hM oalled a brother ho JC Otafe thrice aroand hie tomb Drtfe the oedar on his breast Oar Brother dear is now at rant W feet him oft in myrtle ball wisars uie emblems on me SlKMtal him how his work Co WWto the oall cam i1 WMfce he saw side by side laek tool by which hie worlfwM tried uptj the square his work was Mm j OeMent of love hie trowel spread The level shows him with our dew In faith in God his life was passed j Fruition ends his hope at last His charity beyond the around Through eternity will etilLbe found WeU bow our heads add 4rai a Of leve upon our brothers bier j 80 Ohrist our Saviour once did shed Tease of love above Ills dead W leave oarbrother now at rest With his apron on his breast Im and spotless it was found Wain he heard the Gavel Bound Mrs Rachel B Lay rKeribensport Ky Nov 20th 1809 Or GotfBh Syrup the peoples oyer fifty years It cure friend has been In tit terereU affections ol the throat and lungs sKh ae bronchitis grippe laryngitis and incipient orasiMiption Price only j cents a bottle t p Brsthsr Tim Jar BANISH JBHTWR 00OB NBVBR snqiw- am m - fBnatMBBAtAJlt Uvp Ink rfv tiis Mr r aWsV IM Wlw tmMmy Tillage fWJuiTO or The 8ok Sir Tits Xs 4rW propose to banish Mother from the nursery would do better toatM Ish the discustiBK Brownie The tlaiiart eqajinnally on exhibition as It Ira MVsoiallinK lesson in ialee propor tion It famlliarlises the growing mind with a thing that never was on land or sa and warps the judgment away from beautiful things QK 1 The monstrosity should be banished wHfyout delay for a monstrosity toaa neve Ho aaythln hut liflrio miere one child hears Mother Goose 10 000 lulls m HOW TO BRINd UP A BABY Dr Scujdder Refcomrnends That Should Not Always Have Its Owa Way Dear It The Re Dr John L Scudder pastor of the First Congregational Church Jersey City delivered the sixth discourse of his series on Marriage Bells last night in the presence of a large congregation His topic was Bringing Up the Baby He said in fart Fortunately the parents think their baby is the most wonderfal child in ex istence and hence it receives the tender care ft requires Everything that baby does Is charming Its Booing and prattling is heavenly music Father dances him on his knee mother kisses him twenty timeaa day and gives every one on the street the same privilege The baby Is a perpetual souree of amusement but he requires a vast amount of attention Indeed a human child is one ofthe most helpless Â¬ Â¬ oreatures in existence A chicken runs about the day it is hatched and seeks its own food but the baby that could walk about in six months would be a prodiey It must be waited on constantly The diminitfve potentate ha a mighty will and asserts it at most inconvenient times and places The baby needs much watchful care fer he is always in mischief Now hn is trying to swallow a pin now he is pulling off the tablecloth with its load of dishes now he has tipped over the ink bottle or burnt himself against the stove and now he is leaning out of the window and frightening his mother almost to death or he is varying the programme by tumbling down the stairs He is a Â¬ at reetless little body when he is well and when he is eiuk he is a perpetual worn ment Now he is breaking out with a rash and the mother declares he is com- Â¬ ing down with scarlet fever and now he has the oroup and father hastens for the doctor in the dead of night Now he is teething and the little fellow is so cross that he keeps everybody in a stew Mothers love however is so great that she assumes all these burdens willingly and patiently Her child is her life and her unselfishness at this period is one of the most beautiful attributes of womanhood A knowledge of child life and its needs greatly simplifies the problems of the mother and enables her to carry her burdens easily and cheerfully Fully three quarters of the troubles in the house arise from parental ignorance The Bret baby in the family usually offers more than all the others from this source The physical health of the child should be a principal study but the intellectual and moral training is still more impor- Â¬ tant for a robust child may grow up to be a dance or a demon Every child should be brought up in the admonition of the Lord He has a right to a good education and wholesome habits The State provides for the intellectual training which comes later but the mother Women Should Know It lays the moral foundation of life in the Many women sutler untold agony and nurfcery Habit Is a growth and com taenoee early The first habit to be eetab misery because the nature of their die-fished is obedience to parental will In ease is not correctly understood They America this is sadlv neglected Babits have ben led to believe that womb are indulged too much and allowed to trouble or female weakneai of some sort have their own way They become used is responsible for the many ills that be to these special privileges and are loath set womankind to give them up later on Parents make Neuralgia nervousness headache h mistake in not demanding obedience puffy or dark olroles under the eyes from the start They introduce bedlam rheumatism a draglng pain or dull aohe in the heup mutiny in the school and In the back weakness or bearing down lawleeineag In the State Net being sensation profuse or scanty supply of taught to obey many a beautiful babe urine with strong odor frequent desire develops into an unholy terror I be to pass it with scalding or burning sen Meve the discipline ef the first two years cation sediment in it after standing in kcworth more than all other years to-Â¬ bottle or common glass for twenty four gether If parents fail to assert their au hours are signs ef kidney and bladder tbority during this early period they are trouble likely never to regain it in after years The above symptoms are often attri Â¬ They allowed the baby to do as it pleas Â¬ buted by the patient herself or by her ed because t was bo and it goes physicians to female weak new or womb a doing 84 it pleases to the end of life trouble Hence bo many fail to obtain Among other tilings the baby should be relief becauee they are treating not the taught that It should not monopolise disease Itself but a reflection of the pri the ears and attention of the household mary cause which is kidney trouble Jt should not compel the mother to par- Â¬ In fact women as well as men are ry it about constantly In her arms and made miserable with kidney and Wad- weary herself unneJesssrlly When pot oV trouble and both need the seme to bed it should not be rocked to Bleep rsmedy The little one should not bseomd the Dr Kilmers Kect is the groat tyrant of the household Some mothers discovery of the eminent kidney and are systematically bullied hy crying ha Â¬ blmidsr ipeialM and to easy to get at bit 1 the child la not sick Ik It cry any drag store for 00 oenle or om dollar or twlffl bail it will itself out To prove Its wonderful merits jo may Wx to lfefsWfka other1 trait rwfalltsd have a sample bottle aad book tsilimr Orrtn Is food AIM the Uby all about K both soat absolutely free by It BtrenftheM If foloa aptfrxjtttid the mail Ktadly meatioa tho Brsokmt- laofs TMh yor baby truMM nlut- - KiMKlftweaiMl send your address to wlf What is the use of yotttMs4ir Dr Kilmer A Oo Biacbamtoa If V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ see the misshapen Brownies dwarfs in everlasting parade and tableaux The excerpts given by Mrs Arthur Jodkia Wells are not from the authorized ver- Â¬ sion at all They are monkish interpretations Even Fee fo fl turn la from Jack the Giant Killer bys Boke and not the work of the female Homer at all not of the true milk of the work of the earliest and sweetest of the daugh Â¬ ters of Parnassus excepting of course Hey diddle diddle When the new Coleridge or the new Heyne shall take hold of this book he will thoroughly purge his floor The heroic Little Boy Blue the prototype of Isaac on Mount Moriah of Casablanca on the burning deck of the Watch on the Rhine will stind out upon the frieze of fames proud temple in yet higher relief but all tri- Â¬ vial fond record shall be wiped away The uncompromising affability of the old man clothed all in leather who in spite of the humidity and the clouds in spite of the seamy side of his garments chafing his skin and in spite of the misty moisty morning returned smile for smile bow for bow and inquiry for inquiry until be Lad ascertained the ex- Â¬ act state of the health of the party of the second part is a sublime lesson He began to courtesy I began to grin Twas how do you do and how do you do And how do you do egain Observe the subtle and inoffensive manner in which we are taught to pro- Â¬ nounce again aghin after the school of Senator Vest of Missouri all trippingly upon the tongue and in the right way If under the lights of glory that gleam and pass there is an immortal shape in literature it is the heroine who confounds the wisdom of the schools and shames us of our scars by Btepping from her kitchen with her Excalibur her broom in hand entering her trail basket and rising seventy times as high as the moon This it must be remembered is history fiist and then poe- Â¬ try and true altogether What an ex- Â¬ ample of high purpose She tells greasy Joan that she sttall not f jrever keel the pot she points the way to Jael to Judith Lady Macbeth Mrs Lease to rise she says that heaven may be reached by a single boundand that it may he made to gather about us in old age as well as to lie about us in infancy The stars of midnight was dear to her even in old age and she leaned her ear in many a secret place dark with mar dust and smelling of nebula She overheard the talk of the immortals but unlike eaves- Â¬ droppers of our Sordid huckster age she heard nothing evil about herself Moreover she showed that woman can keep a secret What she did there I could but ask it but like Heines man who questioned the sea as to lifes riddle a fool waits an answer The fair but feeble skyscraper has never told From that daring aeronaut befoie whom Jason Columbus Drake Schwat ka and Hall are but as broken llgnts woman has learned that what a woman wills that oan she do whether it is to think the unthinkable or rive the over soul Why Lucifers assault and conse- Â¬ quent somersault were but as a summer song compared to this Corttz of the up- Â¬ per air and her explorations Earth is glad because of her but women should forever rejoice in her with exoeeding joy Banish therefore Mrs Lease banish Miss Anthony banish Soroeie banish all the rest but Mother Goose her keep with Banish Mrs Goose and banish I sll the world lnetiy 8 Wilson New fork Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 M Ibo DowabtNw oa ftbad ami Imms- dlabilyloteed the llfntecTWn r to wh4bf Mr Donaaao should bay a piano for his daashtor Hm Mid Mr Doolsy Im no rrustosa all tV eiftht ir me sajymoat is f r to boar a Qdrmen a bees htmii eoasletta iv a pickfeo draat playin JJeen to nY Mokin-BuY-roBut as Mary bore slys wbili itooatef todeeidlH quistioto iv etfketf Ini lie boy to do It sgaia th wwrrirtoV Fr forty yeata Ive ladled it efli bcw plut an quart to Ik f aehBaWe sooteif it Uils ward an Deoleys etlket fr maa an baivt is known frm wan ead iv th eoua thrf to th other An I say Ibis to ye MifhrJbl that Its not ony th proper an rale thing to have a pianny but seeln that Tim Clancy th assistant foreman on th North side and Mortimer Oaeej mir th Assistant foreman at Houth Chicago Save Her n Braving Harrl Mme Antoinette Sterling the conboth has waoit atntanny sure thing that tralto singer and evangelist bad an ex- Â¬ whin th news gits out that yere scrapfn Jong without wan ye wont lose yer job perience in the Bombay presidency India which is as quaint as any of Get a pianny Malaehi an thank Heav Kiplings tales of the hills Sht was en they dklat ask fr a steatA ealhope campaigning with Pundlta Ramabal Author of Mr Dooley in the De and through her magnificent voice was drawing thousands of natives to ber eember Ladles Home Journal They had never seen that meetings The Farm Journal has nearly kind of a missionary before ami had million readers each issue it is putting never heard a voice like hers They in a new press that will print 200 cnpes were so pleased with her work that a minute it is the beet farm paper in they said to themselves This is a foreign woman guru and Xmenca and it pleases the women folks for fear of giving offense to us Bhe has all to pieces We have made a special omitted to put her begging howl out-Â¬ arrangement by which we are able to side of her door for us to put In the send the Farm Journal for the balance customary contributions of 1800 and all of 1000 1001 1002 and In India every guru or holy person 100S nearly five years to all subscribers carries a brass wood or cIqj begging of the Breckenriixjb News who pay a bowl into which the devout put some small sum of money Mme Sterling year in advance walked out upon the veranda of ber bungalow one morning and there to The Babys Bath her amazement found two bogging Almost all mothers agree in thinking bowls one a little one with a few an that babies should be bathed every day nas In it Intended for the pundlta and Cleanliness Is one of the most important one an enormous affair containing a handsome sum of annas and rupees for factors in the well being of the child One that is bathod herself aa well as the adult The only explanation she could ever properly will be most unlikely to take extract from the servant was this cold and is also less likely to take any Little bowl little money for the little contagious disease than one who is pundlta with little voice big bowl big bathed lees frequently money for big mlssablb with big Saturday Evening Poet The best time for the bath is midway voice between two feedings never when he is Bat lie Made a Good bSeer hungry or immediately after a meal and Some 20 or 20 years ago a gentleman may be in the afternoon or forenoon to was elected constable and suit the convenience of the mother of this place had no opposition his nerv- Â¬ although he The room should be warm enough to be ousness as to the result was quite nocomfortable and the water a little watnT ticeable all during the day After the er than new milk Have the clean polls closed and he was declared elect- Â¬ clothing and everything you will need ed he bled him to the river bank ready so there will be no needless de- In the meantime having armed himself lay for the bath should be given quick- Â¬ with an old pepper box pistol one of ly Put the bath tub on a box or low the earliest patterns of the revolver table bo you can sit beside it and work and shortly after was heard to go through this colloquy with some one comfortably Put the water in the tub Pointing his pistol at a sycadissolve a teaspoonful of powdered borax unseen in it remove the clothing aud sot the more tree he exclaimed In dignified baby in it Wash him quickly using a and dramatic style Haiti 1 am constable of this dis- Â¬ little good soap and a large Bolt sponge The borax softens the water nnktug it trict and command you to halt You wont eh Well here goes bang I nice for the tender flesh of the little one When you have finished lift him out hate to do It but It is In the discharge dry the little body with a soft piece cf of my official duty Now I told you old linen and dust any places that seem to stop but you wouldnt bang Just in danger of chafing with powdered then the old pepper box became un- Â¬ starch or browned flour tied up in a thin manageable and bang bang bang flannel cloth Put on clean clothing which Bhould be warm and dry and he bang went the remaining four loads The firing soon attracted a crowd and will usually go to sleep in a few minutes the tree was thus saved E J 0 Farmers Home Journal But notwithstanding the episode of CJ the sycamore and the scars It still The Kind Yw Haw Always Botigbt Beantbe shows the gentleman is Bald to have made a good officer Hazlegreen Ky V Â¬ Â¬ ty hsfpsilej Arohey yoo boon T How have yon toÂ¬ day These are the established forms of greotiBf sad between people of sound nerves it It all right lor the Inquiry IllDf from the womory like the arovorlMaV water from lb docks back But bow many of us are of sound nerves T With the majorty of people lbs Irqnlry starts a series of rrflectione that tend to lower tbs standard of contentment It is strange trow adverse the average perÂ¬ son 1b to owning up to good baaltb aa ailment of eonis kind eeeoui to m ke one more interesting to give one a oialm And so to bo much mors consideration How are when the question is asked you the average person immediately begas to search his or her mind for some Indisposition with which to burden and dignify the reply The faintest headache a cut finger any old oomplant r f yesterday or the day before is put un Â¬ der a mental magnifying glass and pre sented for the consideration aud condo Â¬ lence of the questioner Memphis iri MUGS a i MEDICINES price my competitors con- Â¬ HAEDj B WLLX MILLER Yioe I reeident Jtm OBtMlU uhi ler MM f bBABB Prssident AT POPULAR PRICES MOltjyWl0B j DIRECTORS JNTENST PAID ON TIME I make the i try to meet them you oan be WiM T D vinced of this by buying all your Drugs c Rent m Worl i from me I lead others I DENTIST Crown and Bridge A SPEOIALTY try to follow R P THE UP-TO-DA- TE HlGGINS GROCER XIEwTsriO TOifcT Heston V 1 OFFIOK OVER Willis Gos Hew StorJ OLOVERPORT KY IU 1U LJ- - L-- LU LJi to OffiM la Rear of Moorman Brsg store II Ow PAY UP ALL WHO PAY FOR THE LI TTFawPF J L MOORMAN Dentist Drf Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds ol Dental work CLQVEKPORT KY Â¬ iniE NEW J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th priday of every month with Casper May Hm I Â¬ ONE YEAR AHEAD WILL RECEIVE THE Co a OANNBLTON INI - Â¬ Everything thats good in rS Â¬ 1 Ml NEARLY FIVE YEARS and all 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Ota jw 1600 Bibla v utiioa op FiixiiNOtf Plt Work HY frAiiJDINbLJttCi latMstMaaA i let ii a 1 kin OKII -b sis tTtSiS tnr iiiia ciMiuei Wntkl mat r PM4P WMkan1iMMflHMfl W hear area bS StttV fl Tt ii in v I iVfj JlafflaMaMMMaMaaalaMaSai nUfi A pnw Aaabalt mat 1Cfknvlaboxoliercut - imm y SIISH jt hHM - l aaSn a iiAiijL Ml m iMMMMIMMIMMItiaMssM a- - m btju Ireil at HURCH DEDICATION F F Grim of Montana dirbotojhi WP68TJ Preaches the Sermon HIST THE tlVER OF PERFECT BIFTS tfrwi dge Inch a reliBiouslv enthuslasMe seeem- Ky lee has not met in Stepheneport veara as was gathered tlwr hut Sun- iy the lath to witness and participate Worl i rer-- ol the Christian The dedication sermon was lurch reached by Rev Fred F Grlir of amilton Montana his subject being from James 1 17 ie Great Giver Every good gift and every perfect gilt This sermon was so from above c Impressive that for the benefit of the e ho could not be there to hear It we e it in part below ills preaching was plain praotical and intural He failed not to declare the rhole counsel of God but spoke the truth in love His purpose was not simply to please the people but to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ before the com munity as thpir only hope He ureed upon all Christian people the need of a deeper conseoration which must come as a result of the Holy Spirits taking com plete possession of them Our vouna brother is an earnest and zealous worker and possessing the talent he does we predict for him a brilliant career of usefulness The building of the church was begun several months ago but owing to the limited membership at that place to- Â¬ gether with the financial pressure under which we labored it could not reach completion The Macedonian cry was responded to by Bro J U Cowan a faithful ervant in our Masters vineyard He not only promised financial aid but he came in person at the most critical time from his Montana home bringing with him the pastor of his home church who has preached to the home people here for four weeks thereby being instrumental in Gods hands in bringing many souls to Christ Bro Cowan himself gave the nice little sum of 201 which was quite a factor in liquidating tiie debt on the building In gratitude to Bro Cowan for his nntiring efforts and liberal dona- Â¬ tion the church was justly given the name of Cowan Memorial Christian the dedication Church A whole hearted love of God expels selfishness and prompts us to loye our All of ua dwell together in fellowmen the great house our Heavenly Father has built for us We shall all Bleep side by side in one common cemetery and we shall all stand together before the great white throne on the judgment morn Love to all brings the soul into fellow- Â¬ ship with God and the soul becomes like him The Sermon In Brief A plan of Hie with a well directed aim and a carefully defined purpose is necessary for the man who would achieve place and distinction in the world Whether bin Buccess Bliall have in it the whether it elements of permanency shall endure the shifting scenes of time and he be permitted to stand triumph- Â¬ ant on the eternal shore depends upon the scope of bis plan His aim may be well directed and his purpose carefully defined as reviewed from the standpoint of his world but if he fails to take God into account his life will end in inglor- Â¬ ious failure It is with great effort that men have tried to banish God from their thoughts by giving him no conscious recognition in their plans forgetting that he can over rule the designs of hu Â¬ man contrivance and make the wrath of man to praise Him The scientist at times in his desire to get away from God has become more dogmatic than the theologian But after all the talk and discussion the belief in a Power Supreme is taking a firmer hold on the thinking world It is a growing convict- Â¬ ion even among scientists that from nothing cornea nothing Prof Tyndall says I have noticed during years of observation that it is not In hours self the of clearness and vigor that doctrine of material atheism commends Itself to my mind that in the hours of stronger and healthier thought it ever dissolves and disappears as offering no solution of the mystery in whioh we dwell and of wbieh we form a part In the rash and hurry of this work a day life men seem to have but little time Trie feel Â¬ beradity and environment ing of sympathy and responsibility has barn wanting They think of God ne far away sitting on a golden throre and taking no Interest in mundane affairs They forget that it ie m him ws move aad live and have our biug and that tie ie very near nnlo t ach one of us Not even a sparrow fulletli without his notice It is well enough for us to hed the voice from thn ritatent past 0Dtler your ways fir tl ere is way Hint sesmeth right but the end Let us thereof are the wsys of death study the chararUr and being of God Mint we may appreciate his power wis Â¬ dom goodness and mercy and realize how dependent frail and mortal we are Wtmf we art and what we may be is tint Evry of ourMlvB hut is of God gorl g ft and evfty perfect boon is from above coming down from the Father of light with whom can be no variation neither shadow that Ih catt by turning Hut who am I and what is my people that we should ho willingly give after thlesorl firnll things come of thee and of thine own Imye we given thee From the tlrot verse of Genesis to al Â¬ most tliu close of Revelations He is represented as a giver the Great Giver His first great act of giving was in creation lu thebagining God ornatd There was first a proem of involution before there could be any evolution He put so much of Himself into it he im planted the germ of life Chaos reigned the spirit of God brooded over the face of the deep and order was established in the heavens iibove and the earth be neath First the vegetable world ann then the animal but the crowning act of creation was man In His own image created He him mule ami female creat- Â¬ He made him allttlo lowed He them er than the angels crovvud him with glory and honor and did B t him ovor For his sake tho works of his hand all olse was brought into being and it was not finished until after he approved Vast nod gorious as is the sun it can- Â¬ not think Gods thoughts alter Him Man alone cm enter into communion with the life giving Spirit- - Matter however beautiful y and wonderfully made is hut the platform and material iu which spirit intelligence and will may fulfill themselves and had development Through countless ages nil things wen la preparation for m in Hs gva him a beautiful garden in which to reside All was good perfect and harmonious Man alone could destroy this harmony God had rdused him hut one thing all But lie unow d Inuiaell else was his an unworthy recipient of the bounties He transgressed of a beneficent creator the earth was cursed and be must go fortti and toil and earn his bread by the sweat of his brow God gave him a BChool master teachers and prophets uutil the fulness of time His second great act of giving was in He gav himself in the the incarnation pernou of his only begotten son He was a manifestation of Divine love giv Â¬ ing purpose to past work He was the truth the perfect ruvelationof God the Father He imbodiea what raon ought to know and believe of God and what they should do as children of God With the g ft of incarnation is insepar Â¬ Oa ably linked that of redemption calvary atonement was made He saved others himself he could not saye He is now with us in the presence of his spliit redeeming the world through the words of his apostles and lives of saints For ye know the grace of the Lord JesusOhrist that thoughjie was rich yet for your sake he became poor that ye through his poverty might become He gave us not only the promise rich of the life which now is but the life which is to come which is far better All the blessings of a Christian civilza tion bountiful harvests happy and pros- Â¬ perous homes and public schools and colleges are but the wealth of Divine 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poised nerves calmness strength 1 It restores womanly vigor ana power It tones ud the nerves which suffer ing and disease have shattered It is 8 tno most perfect remedy ever aeviseu to restore weak women to perfect health and to make them attractive and happy too at all druggists For advice in cases requiring spec- Â¬ ial directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory De Â¬ partment The Chattanooga Medi- Â¬ Â¬ Fancy Qold Ring lion heads and a 2 cat stamp IEJJ5NCYK0A Sesalae RabySetttna Sold Ring For 2S Hon heads and a 2 cent stamp 4 Silk Umbrella either Ladys or dents Snt by cxpresj charges pre Â¬ paid for 170 lion heads and a 2 cent stamp A fO Knickerbocker Olven for 175 Hon heads and a 2 cent stamp Neat appear ing and an excellent time keeper Solid nickel sliver case with ornamental back Nickel movements escapement fully The famous Jeweled watch These rings are genuine rolled cold plate having the exact appearance ana qualities ol solid koki una guarantee the makers to lost two years with ordinary usage patterns and very popular JUD lilliUIJJI Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs Two extra fine cambric hand- Â¬ kerchiefs with beautiful 1 m ported lace meÂ¬ To Determine the Size cine Co or falllsc of the womb sad It entirely cured Chattanooga Term KKV J TV SMITH Camden S 0 jvak fv wlfnttuul Winn nf Cflrdul flt hfttnA I very One umbrella made of union sllk taffeta 96 Inch frame with teven ribs cteel rod and sliver Congo handle Would cott JXOO at the store strength purity and flavor Watch Cut a strip of thick paper so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn tightly around second Joint of the linger Lay one end on this diagram at the 0 and order the number the other end Indicates Dress Pin Set flailed free for 15 Hon heads and a 2 ctnt etamp Three plus In theeet larger than shown com ting Suitable for waist pins cufl plns neck ping or as a childs set Art Picture Greeting and a 2 cent stamp A highly artistic picture that will graco the finest drawing-room The background of royal dark bluo furnishes a n Given for 8 Hon heads cut from Lion Co- Â¬ ffee wrappers Easter let your Share - Are you gptting your shnro of the vat amount of inon- y spent in advertising It used to ba till given to tiie puhlshers of newspapers and magazines but by the latest method it ii freely distributed among tho people themselves that ib among those who are alert and quick and can see an advantage when it is offered them One of the mont successful establish ments in America the Woolson Spice Company of Toledo Ohio is spending housandi of dollars in advertising their Lion GofJVe and they are paving out this money din oily to the people who purchas thpcoffi- Their plan is to en Hoso in their one pound package of Lion Coffee a most attractive Premium List that one wonders how they can afford to ive them awav with their goods but it muBt be remembered that these prem Â¬ iums are bought in enormous quantities and bought directly of the manufacturers so that they are secured at about one fourth the price tho retail consumer pays No pn fit is payed to shipper wholesaler or retailer tho goods aro all bought at first hand This method of introducing Lion Oof fee is as if you wanted to purchase some article for whicii you would have to pay 1 00 the proprietors of Lion Coffee buy It for you for 25c aud then give it to you for the trouble that you take in letting them know you are using their coQe The housekeeper who is alive to tliu value of her patronage may now by a little trouble secure many desirable artic les from time to time at uojccwt All that she ha to do is to cut out and pre- Â¬ serve the Lion head which aupearson the wrapper of eveiy package oi Lion These lion heads are received Coffee by the Woolson Snlce Compauy in pay for their premiums The new Premium List that has just bjen issued in connection with Lion Cof- Â¬ fee is unsurpassed in its liberality Some of the most attractive articles on the market todav are included in this list It is eyident that the Woolson8plce Company places great value on the rec- Â¬ ommendation of a satisfied customer for they believe the beet advertising of Lion Coffee is where some one who uses it It is tells a friend of its good quality mostly in this way that its enormous sale baa been brought about Many peo- Â¬ ple are so delighted with it that they feel it a duty to recommend It to their friends and as every package contains a Berkshire Soldi Premium List with full instructions for Mr Caldwell Norton owner of Edge securing the articles offered there is wood Herd of Berkshires Bear Louisville muoh interest in buying Lion Coffee for reports the following sales during Octo Â¬ household use Really Lion Coffee is ber almost unsurpassed in its quality and It Two gilts to Mr Mansfield of Louis Â¬ is a mystery how it can be sold for suoh ville Ky one gilt to Jas T Anderson of a lpw prioe It is better than many oth- Â¬ Marrlstta Ga one boar and sow to N er brands jof coffee whioh cost two or Thompson of Winona Ky one gilt to three times aa much It would seem as one boar though the time was approaching when A G Hill of Bedford Ky and one sow to D D Cole of Ohilhowle every family would be drinking this fam Va Farmers Home Journal ous beverage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of pol withline rolled gold handsome rut colored ret- Â¬ Knickerbocker ash Belt and Buckle Ladies Watch Chain double strand of best silk cord united at Intervals with colored beads neat and For 15 lion heads and a substantial 2 cent stamp A dallion Insert- Â¬ ions In the cor- Â¬ ners Half Inch hem machine hemstitched stylish and dur- Â¬ able A pair of these handker chiefs given for 18 Hon head cut from Lion Coffee wrapper and a 2c stamp flPilllllIlliilijj UH WM Mention your aimuiUj uralst tueafwro r itN when sendiug UnflRS Childrens Picture Book jSM II Watch Mailed free for 15 Hon heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp Latent style of Imported black Swiss gron Gents gralu ribbon belting stylish Imitation oxidized sliver buckle neat strong and fashionable Silver Napkin Ring For 15 Hon heads and n 2 ccnt stamp Neat and substantial Madeofdur able metal heavily silver plated Tho illllercnt Large size and latest shape Black seal grain leather with Ave separate dlvUlonslneludlng a tuck pocket with Hap to hold visiting cards secure Olven for 25 Hon heads from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp flailed free for 00 Hon heads and a 2 ccnt stamp The celebrated Inger soil watch stem wound and stem setdurablc nickel plated case each watch accompanied by guarantee of the maker A reliable time keeper Â¬ saw rjN - heads and a 2 cent tamp Sixteen large pages of Mo- Â¬ ther Goose Melodies illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover We have different books so you can get an as sortment Â¬ Olven for 10 Hon contrast to the little girl and her white EastÂ¬ er lilies Size 14x28 Inches appropriate For 10 Hon beads and 3 cents we will send It tinned ready for banging Flower Picture Century Cook Book also treatise on the labor of the room laundry sick- Â¬ room and remedies for the more common diseases Given for 15 Hon 12 heads and a 2 cent K Ladles Pocket Book returns able ceipts 808 pages of valu cooking re- Â¬ Coin Purse kitchen dining For 8 Hon heads and a 2c stamp American Beauty Roses and Size 11 xH Inches Bright and artistic coloring For 15 Hon heads and a 2 ccnt stamp Color dark brown Made ot line kid leather chamois lining nickeled frame with strong suap fnsteulng The Dancing Lesson stamp 11 The Easy Opener strong sharp blade red wood handle The green gross and trees the little brown kitten and the girls snow whito dress form a pleasing combination of col- Â¬ ors Size 15x21 Inches Hailed free for 8 Hen heads and a 2 ccnt stamp Ladies Pen Knife For 15 Hon heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp Large size good ma teria handle nicely decorated and assorted colore oms Table Cover dark Durbla Boys Pocket Knife colored rtyjaaw jaajcvtjaTfi 3J Inches snui e including fancy fringed border Mailed free for 25 Hon beads and a 2c stamp BaBBVBBBBBaBBaWaBaaaa9BWfeSBlaaS material that will stand washing For 12 Hon head and a 2c iR ntmp THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OP TUB LION COFFEE PREMIUMS Another list will ebortly appear In this paper I Dont miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever offered I IMPORTANT NOTICE When writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package wun me uon neaas ii more man is lion neaas are sent you can save postage by trimming down the margin Ask your grocer for large Illustrated premium list Address aH letters to the Vou always know LION COFFEE by the wrapper It Is a sealed pack-Â¬ age with the lions head In front It Is absolutely pure If the package LION COFFEE Is roasted the day It leaves the factory Is unbroken WOOLSON SPiOE CO Toledo Ohio vvVAVVVVAAVSAVVSAVAVWVSAAAAAWA VAAAA D LADIES YD UR New York Dental Pallors V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW SHOPPING BY PROXY 542 FOURTH STREET CiMAKE BUT NO MISTAKE IN THE RIGHT PLACE OETC1 ESTABLISHED 1888 HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Do you want an article that PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY you cannot got in your own town but is handled by a big concern in Louisville If so drop a letter stating your needs to MISS ADDIE G AND ASSIGNMENTS DITTO Purchasing Agent OFFIOH to think is a God uay mors they believe in a first great cause yet they have so far separated Him from store shop and ooHBtiBg room that he has but little in Â¬ fluence on their lives The shibboleth ol thiajlnik tuek age ie the word prac Â¬ tical It is not what yoa are thinking about bat what you can do not whether yoa are possessed of a great idea bat wbatyoaean make There is but little differtnse what sehemeyoa have just so It works Principle ia nothing just so it la practical so it saoeeada This is the The most dangerous form of atheism materialism of the present day Sa but the remit of past thinking Human iagenu ily baa made such great Inventions ach great obstacles have been over Â¬ come what was considered as impossi bility In mechanic a oeaturv ago is now an aooompliabed fact Colossal foriaass have boaa amaaasd rapid tran Â¬ sit la mw a mUr of racord tba entire world will mm be a whlaparing gallery Â¬ While they do not deny there ADMINISTRATORS I WILL ON deceased W 1899 about two and one Â¬ PEIDAY KisglatlMaav Ring out the false Slag la theft1 We bring to you the new aad tros from tba King oattfeo DECEMBER 1st on the premises of the late R B Garden half miles south of Webster offer at ell U aiaay forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey sad maw it baaolug valnglorious and 9hV taBaa spirit at ladapaadauoe has f Piatjuu of him Iadapeadant work ol m otOoL I did this of mr braia Iods paadaat of Ua fallow man Kvary mas U a woald ac aawatd his lor himeeli money Is maktag a heart ol hi will be would not ba la that soadltloa Wa nara too long ifaotad the laftocaos of A haalwdast sea Natures moat natural remedy improved by dence to a Pteasajit PermtMat Cure for coughs colds and all loflaawd surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough wont Lungs an sxhlU rated the microbe bearing mucus ia cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the tenanted membranes aM healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough OLD BY ALL OOD BftUMISTSJ PtUr0 te the highest and best bidder the following described property vie win return your moner lu and ages St head of horses a lot of 19 head of oattle different tis atook hogs one oom planter one Reaper Rake and Mower one spring aMmCARB ROkBUOK A Co OrMMS wagon a lot of sheep Household and kitohen furniture a lot of farmon ing implements wheat oU and oorn Terms of Sale made known LOCUST LAWN HERD day of sale of v ST OLiAIK Registered Poland China Swine Public Sale J We have the largest and beet equipped Dental Office south of the Ohio IUver We were the first to reduce the price Louisville Ky of Dentistry to bring it within the reach of all 25c Teeth Extracted 60c Filled with Amalgam She will gladly furnish you Filled with UoM and Platinum Al- Â¬ loy 756 with all information and assist you Filled with Gold 100 and up A Good Set of Teeth 500 in buying Beet Set of Teeth no Better made S800 AND UP -TRUSSES Old Platee Repaired and made as good ae new We extract teeth absolutely without pain We are the only dentists in the city I xS who extract your teeth and replace them W u now tee tmtt Ttimm Bill m riewn tku eae talrd day J K with temporary tethmsame 12 oclock taroar fi a w Sundays from 8 a till or um eaiiBM Lady always in attendance rami raMlu ad oM ud teadtoiuwltbot 1919 Brook Street 2S WKMJWBhE aiii waewer rupwire runrMieekM aroand tb W UerorlMkt w Wtltkt BMr raawreMLr mUK J wmibw rupture ul wIlT una altkap iniH to UuihwtfK taMtt ytMM wnrxrMMui with body Dm howloa TOU ut oh jmMtmm U si three HaNHr tUe7oa 4Mlt InwMaW ea retara H sad wa Wllb Ik AJKIRST Canneltons Leading Tailor Administrator 2 and WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated Crimp Roll Cap Y ejtKesOsny C SUMS Ma tmt 00 SUM WV T P ml HAMUftA wkqngfc SkmW g9sra7ll Roof Paints Roof Cement TV Mjlj a mbm ftiac IHNM iiawii ka rMw ir ia4 rise wtaalac Patau Ck atte iaalrlile reinilnra Saaixaa Mi a UaaUWMr w aleWMa It ralaj mWs tad 4 caa Mr herd te fceaaed by CeiameJare Sempwa iwim Roofing Cap mm E Tarred Flt Sheathing Paper r3K Q u wmmamaamm jvraauMBnBBH atfu iLLAter WHEN IN NEED HMiALAM u ut HMniw PARKIRS 1 I I A POOB tefcl WMitfsvvM SON IrvksiriM Ky rirrtPray a lanuteat enou H -VMJIOI IIP aUiskaasai a ksUi U U MWVl ItBIU Hi mfiBsmmsmmmE3ma J ill ill IBJBaMBffitWKreEgHJSKSKSajKEgffi HgigffiiHSssaaEg V Come to the Christmas Toy and Jewelery Store fun of it We have been criti- cised for uing the word fun we are criticised for many of the pleasant human heartfelt good hum- ored things we do Never mind too old to care for such things We cannot belive it the heart may shnvel but not from mere age Music from instruments that make very real and good music TOYS that perform all the human tricks with which they are incarnate ENGINES that run up hill TROLLEY OAES that climb inclines almost no end of pleasing things MENS AND LADIES JEWELRY We have many beautiful and attractive things in Jewelry that men and ladies admire and appreciate Our entire stock consists of many exclusive L signs You will make no mistake by coming here after your Christmas goods To buy Yen if buying js to be done But come if its just for the Â¬ 7H aBBBaLBBBBBBBEaSBSSSSSBBBSSaaBBBBBBBk tI fBBn v m ir Lf jbBaBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHK JmrElwm y Abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvb1bbbv v2 m T GUSTON C LEWIS DUKES Hardinsburgs Leading Jeweler WOLF CREEK Sat- Â¬ HARDINSBURG the City Hall Go to the entertainment to night at you like a Lord The temperance people are to have a W B Itutledge returned to Clover red hot meeting down at Hi tea Run port last Saturday church next Sunday evening at 2 oclock We hope all readers of the News will Some Ilardinsburg gentlemen encod- Â¬ have turkey for dinner tomorrow ing your humble scribe have been inFrank Wash Baaham has been ap- vited to bo present A large crowd is pointed a deputy clerk at Sample looked for Mrs Dr Will Gardner of this city is Tho Kings Daughters will meet with making arrangements to leave here with Mrs R N Miller next Friday night her family about Dec let and join rr Louie May is expected home from husband at Colorado Springs where Montana one day this week to Bee his they are to reside permanently 0ir fatner beet wishes go with them The will of Frederick MnCamisli was There has been nothing more said admitted to probate in the County Court about that saloon out at Kirk We sup Â¬ last Monday pose it was only a joke The peoplf T G Lewis promisee the public a fine around Kirk are too far advanced in culdisplay of holiday goods in the way of ture and good morals to tolerate a saloon fine jewelry There will be several swell Thanks Richard May is still confined to his giving dinners in tliib town tomorrow home and there is little improvement In and as soon as it was known turmiys ad vanced twenty five per cent The farm- Â¬ his condition MissTida Mercer who has been in ers will hit the town at a good time Louisville for several weeks returned Come in gentlemen and make yourselves at home home last week Postmaster Marcus Kincheloe met Mrs James Withers of Kirk was in with a painful accident one day last town last Sunday the guest of Mrs week at his home here While passing Thomas Withers through one of the rooms in his house The Baptist revival closed last Friday he fell and fractured one of his ribs night There were fourteen additions The accident confined him at homo to the church for several days Mrs Nannie Wathen of Irvington ifl Licensed to marry Marion L Tucker here this week visiting her sister Mrs to Lillie Tucker Win R Snyder to R N Miller Rillie Driskel A B Skillman to Neddio The lirst quarterly meeting of the M E Hunter James A Dean to May Moorchurch will be held here the second man Clifl Davis to Addie Mercer Carlton Dutechke to Lulu DeJernett Sunday in December If you want something new and fresh Frances Speak to Mary Mattingly G T for your table on thanksgiving call at Basham to Barbara Hendry J M Taber to Hattie Compton Isaiah Butler to the Eclipse Grocery Lillie Robinson Oscar Givens to Delia Mr Harrison of Washington Ind LeGrand Jno II Elder to Annie Jar will speak before the Institute tomorrow boe Geo L Bandy to Eaie Hall on the subject of good roads Hatdinsburg is a pretty fair old town Mr and Mrs Amiel Oalze of Clover but the merchants do not reach out for port were here last Sunday the guest of business as they ought to do There Mr and Mrs Charley Huston should be a few days in which a light Mrs Thomas Withers assisted by a reduction would be made in some spec- Â¬ compan of ablo singers will furnish the ial line thus attracting the attention of customers People do not come to town music for the Farmers Institute T B Henderson of Webster spent court week and lay in six mouths sup last Saturday and Sunday here visiting plies as they did years ago Things have materially changed and they go his daughter Mrs Amos Kincheloe anywhere and everywhere now to get D 8 Tarka and wife of Fords Mr the most their money will buy ville were here last Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Commissioner Brown sold 103 acres of day the guesUi of their daughter Mrs land lying near Irvington to Mrs Lee Tetty An article worth 2 gien away to Board for 050 in the suit of Lucinda every customer at the Eclipse Grocery Meador against Harvey Meador also CO aorta in same suit to John F Meador Uome and see us and we 11 tell jou how for 000 and in the suit cf Sarah T Davis we do it against Mary P Sanders 102 acres lying The application of J K Weatherford near Kirk for tho sum of 135 to Bu rel and others to establish a road from Brown and a house and lot in Harned Harned to Epheeus was dismissed in th toll M Wilwn at 116 04 acres to County Court last Monday George Drury for 300 and another Prof Roberts and wife ware nailed in tract of 20 acree to same party at 150 in Meade county last Monday to see thair the suit of Ethel Bashara against Willie brotlier-ln-laMr Burch who was con Basham sidered dangerously ill Bill Hersley is riding every day and Cy Pate went to Hawesville last week buying all the tobocco thats marketable and had a car of coal shipped to this If there is any one thinG Henslev knows place It was cm te necessary because when he sees it it is a good crop of many families were entirely out of coal tobacco from a bad one Tbe way they Charley Patterson of Ciovemort was are shoving it in here is a sight Tho hee last week and disposed of a oar load streets are lined with wagons every day of Irish potatoes to our merchant The and the weed brirga a good price There potato market is firm with an upward is only one thing yet that will make Bill Henaley supremely happy and that ia tendency for the good weather to continue until George Drewery of Bewlevville naa here last Monday and bought two or he can complete his mammoth ware three tracts of land at the commission- - house and see it tided with tobacco from ere Bale GeorM will soon turn his cellar to garret That will be wortl looking at for it la the bipgoet thing in whole attention to farming all counties around here The local option pjtitiorutrs from Take Dr lulls Csuok Syrup far all Cloverpjrt appeared lit the Cuuntv hot daatrnua anectioat eveie colds pleurisy ourt last Monday ami amended their and gripe which Kail and Winter brine along It l tetlon changlDg the taking of the vote Is Ui greatest cur for bronchitis and all threat from the precineta to the magisterial nil In UK affections Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Institute Micsjah is as clever a fellow in the world and when you go down into his settlement he will treat as lives THE WEEKLY AND HERALD Cal Flskerels brother from Louisville la down on a visit Mrs Jesse Ashcraft went to Louisville Monday on a visit Mrs Lucinda Stith who has been very ill for some time is improving Mrs D W Lewis of Brandenburg is visiting relatives near Guston Miss Julia Saunders of Louisville ia visiting Mr Ben Hardaways family Miss Mattie Pulliam waa at home on a visit from her school last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Baxters sister and two children from Indiana visited the Doctors family last week Our merchants have a splendid line of fall and winter goods and are selling them cheap Mr Paul H Creel of Louisville who has been down on a hunt wtth H L Bell went home Saturday Mrs U Kagin of Frankfort who has been with her daughter Mrs G J Ni ff for the last month went home last week Our politicians are going to give us a new governor for a Chrismas gift or probably they will decide in time for New Year Mrs Toomey of Louisville visited Mr H B Livers family last week Mr and Mrs Toomey will spend part of the wiu ter in Florida Mrs B L Culley of Jackson Mbpi visited relative near Guston last week Mrs Culley was formerly nBrandenburg girl the daughter of Mr Peter Fontaine Master Arvine Robertson took tbe premium for standin up the longest in a spelling match at the Anderson school house last Friday Arvine is only 12 years old The Rev Jimmie Willett of near Bran denburg held a protracted meeting here last week There was considerable interest shown in the meeting but no addi- Â¬ tions to the church Bud Burch died this Monday morn ing at 10 oclock of typhoid faver He was sick only about two weeks He was a young man about twenty six years of age He married Miss Sallle Sbacklett four years ago and lived on a farm near Also about the same hour the Garrett little daughter Elnor of Rod W Shack lett died of stomach and bowel trouble She was sick ouly a week She was three years of age Hudson Brothers horse and mule dealers of Louisyillewere here last week and made several purchases for the army 3 15 hand mules of John Akera 70 each 2 horses of C D Pickerell 80 each 1 rrule of Erskine Munford 75 1 boree of Elisha Bondurant of Brandenburg 70 1 horse of Ira Anderson 70 1 horse of G II Anderson 00 These were med- Â¬ ium grade horses about 15 and 15 Imnda high Mr Hudson will be here again in 2 or 3 weeks to make more purchases Â¬ W T Burnett has a sick baby Esquire John Parson was in town fine mare to die Wednesday Roy Sapp is confined to his bed with rheumatism urday Jack Smiley had a Born on the 21st to the wife of Wave Rice a girl There is a lot of unsold tobacco in this neighborhood Tobacco has been too wet to handle for several days What the nimroda are doing for tbe quail and rabbit is a plenty Oscar McGavock delivered two fine loads of tobacco Friday to Stinnett Co of Hawesville Several people who had killed their bogs before tbe late warm and wet spell lost part of their meat Will Wheatley has in his poseeeeion a piece of metal found on Indian Creek supposed to be silver ore We had three days last week that might be called first cousins to tho wet season of the Philippines Mrs Dave Starke and Misses Annie and Delia Duke attended services at Cloverport Saturday night Messrs Bud Will and Wav Tindle and Hank Probus left Tuesday for Gray- Â¬ son county where they will spend sev- Â¬ eral days with relatives A large crowd awaited tbe coming of Rev S B Snead Sunday As he failed to come Rey D L Bowlds occupied tbe stand and also preached at night Never in the history of Kentuoky has the devil played such a hand in an election His Satanic majesty is being listened to by men to the destruction of both eoul and body Tbe Methodists at this point expect in the near future to commence the erection of a new church The location for tbe buiJdiDg is decided upon and wo hope soon to have another house of worship in our village When Satan can put the political bai- Â¬ ter on a so called preacher and l ad him out into the field and command bim to take the stump as be did in the late campaign you cannot convince a Christian man or woman that that hypocrite baa any more love for sinful soul than a mule has for a fly Â¬ Gloomy weather makes us gloomy Leon McGavock was here last week Mr Will Smith went to Anderson Ind last week on business Rob Smith drove through all that rain Wednesday from Brandenburg Mrs Will Smith has been slightly in- Â¬ disposed for the last few dayc Mrp Murry from Cedar Flat visited Mrs Nannie Ohism last Saturday and Sunday Mrp D K Smith aftur a plrasant vis t to friends and relatives in Louisville is at home Mrs Lambert is looking well after a delightful visit to her brother in Bran- Â¬ denburg Mr Howard from Glendeane was here the last part of last week in the in ten 8 of the Djau Tie Co Mr and Mrs Dave Chism of Ceda Fiat paused through here en routo to Andyville to see their daughter Mttr Hardin Brother Dan Sfiacklett had services at the Baptist etiurch every night last week and txpeclsto continue the meet- Â¬ ings till the last of the week We sincerely hope Goebel and Dewey will go to their homes and take one f Rip VanWinkles long sleepsfor we aio tired and worn out hearing about them Cards are here announcing tbe mar riage of Miss Florence Toomey to Mr I never Penn a prominrnt Virginian Florence after she grew to woman knew hood but I am told she was very much like her mother who was beautiful in face and form and a lovely Christian wo man Agriculture America Agriculturist practical paper of lta kind Is tho oldcat best and moat A American rwiim FFATIlRFt CiarUenlnr and other topics written by practical and ucceMful farmera Illustrated bjreblo artlats make it laTaluablotoallin rural sections Tho Intent Markets and Commercial Agriculture are nnexcelled features tlculture Poultry Market 8tock DaliTlncr Hor FAMILY FEATURES Uood Cook PuBle Youatr Folks Paa e etc make this departmenteauBlxaoetoruie special ramiiy papers KKIMS 5ILllltf7W B tA 8u ril H FREE YEAR BOOK am ALMANAC Ml as below are presented postpaid with the Ambb iCANAaRiouLTuaigTYEABBooKandALMiNioforlseO This great work la a Cyclopedia of Progress and Eyents In the Whole World A Market Culdei Complete Almaunci A 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tty GttmnUU was ot preent at the quarterly meeltag wr- e here last Saturday and Sunday -- v H Petty however ooudiwtttd thu krvire very satisfactorily alone The public mating of the W Y M H appointed for TiwmkadvitMt Day will b jjwietponed on aooount of tbe Farmers institute and will be held one week Jat- fcf I urther notloe will 1m bIvub MiseEtU Olarkeon and Mre Bishop i re eiving mw millinery roodc and hey have a uloe Nm of ladtes bate m huh they are bmIcJbk a Mwatel prfae wth Ubriatoaae bolidaya 4iiiih Arms will briag m the Dor- pita Dreek deitgion to the D8 1- A Pa re well Party iMt Fridat afternoon between thirty ami forty nelgbhort ami friends gathered at the home of Mrs J 1 Gregory Jr and gave bar a farewell party Their o ml rig wh a surprise to her and her at tractive ni eon Ml Georgia Graham but the gtieete were no lees weloome on that Â¬ Santa Claus Recommends Us to the Public Our Holiday Assortment is replete with all the Novelties that go to make a first olass Stock in the Line of P Xach oue bad prepared a dlah etxwlon so a most tempting knell was served whleh was enjoyed by all aoooant for tbe WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY SILYRRWARR NOYjuTIES RTG LETTERS TELL HALF AND FIGURES CANNOT THE BARQAIN Merchant TaUor Suitings mm is Ntfimi ME Wzzmw asss rttra mii all lBjrfJHai V i jAfgn jtaTl nfllwEaBvPrflDB ft7 sTUiialaMaM BWlLtl fM alBakU WIS 1 lul Olaiwo or small furaao aim vAhmItm aaus ttj fMvrssv j u ia mmmmm w uOUm iiinh an J a al HUnsszxsffisz fMWry MMk IHfMMllf LUUOO m mm asm mmmmar STORY Lyons Laxative Syrup U a vegetable preparation absolutely harmlasa In its affect- - If oxi null n the kidney liver and bowels cure com stipatiou biliousness alck headache clear the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for child reu well as adults You Must oome Make Your Selections and be Yourself the Judge We know we never offered More for the Money than we do at the present time that Lndies Tailoring F N DHUY Cloverport Ky and Repair Work A SPBOIALTY Looftted 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