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tin Hardtnsboig naeweii AH Beard spent la Friday in airy with Mra Hlllaiy narain EPhe f n Petty U P at a ocioca Pifgott ol Bewleyyllle was here ay attendinir Quarterly meet- rawWatBoiMr a ICBodd f Pia ott of Bewleyville waa here Bnndav attending Quarterly meet- BJ w m 1UI ftlllinoarater b uiuyoouu hiu a -- 1 ken laet tfhuraday on legal boai- - Hyodmanand wife St Louie ring a few daye at toe uommer- H Madden of the Ely Walker Goods Oo 8t Louis waa here last iy Friday irjrcn waa a holiday among the rsiner tbir Waa vraoe a large orowd out last Suo-muem veoiog to attena u Jttftjr Baker of Owensboroi eaa here y and spent the day with ms ifamily waa a lara OTOWd OUt last Suu- SwisiiX to attend the faneral of rdMay w Haawella before purchasing aaea and Albums and exam- - Ue M H Beard sold to Bobertson week twenty bead of fat hogs who MeOormiok Macmne uo VAmA in -- iwT ferty flte ragory of Elliibethtown l last Saturday the last Friday In the ooontiy ytank JoUy iCflUe Scott ftud Lena Henaley tXotwaportUat Satwdaf to at- BanfJat maanii andPhaa Durham left to attend the in-o Got Taylor want to aaa a bis dianlay of goods dozing the holidays to Hardlnaburg- I ru a Miaa --- Tfeaaia - Ia Jaa a nios Una of chairs iron and wooden wagons blng for yoor children 9 P Jolly waa called to Owena- ThofadaT niaht by tolearam to ana Bion who was reported to loalyUl lake pleasure in showing our f goods to all If you are not ready inat now voa will know where to Haawella When you are ready Lum Blaca of Ephesus and Mrs last Sunday attending 4uar Aeeting and were the gueats of Mr Andrew Drlskell A Mr Mroiahing thwir pupils with a few aw Ae when their schools close can Ihem vary cheap from the talipse Ml sobool leacneis wno coniem ttGayeniT Iha interest on the Brecken ridge Oooaty district railroad bonds due January first will be paid at the Hank of ixsaiu nafdiuaUUiK A Â¬ OoLQUHHUicUyr i Clarence Lewis una purctnuseu tLe rht to sell the tiro cxUixjuishfcr tliftt WS8 exhlbJUtd oil our strestB tha otliur night iu BretkeuruiKf Ohio ud Uruy mm ouiUits Ucwnsed to iimrrv S uUi Wilbni to i Je a U hull u Iizite DrrtUM Aliiert J Ui t A Board V D Uoluw t u L- - irck to 15ll 11 ltutmoii ridK lm Homley to Liille Ikjjurd V 1 Joba P Haitwel Jr reiinneuuiwe aieojttotlie LfglalatviH Mt fur Iritk- yeatwrday in reepoute to h letter OMNnwin nroatwi iu iua MlILu St ana act as - We are merely transl through all life QLENDEANE ent and our scrawls and splashes will not be handed down to make or mar Mr Stum is In Louisville Mr A C Burton will conduct prayer like Bancroft Webster Lincoln Lee Pate residence meeting at tbe Baptist church Tueadsy Bryan Uoebet Taylor John Dsane went to Chicago fluntay i veil let me Iast Satnrdsy was psy day for the night and alao deliver a lecture Vic Robertson went to Louisville Sun see the campaign in Kentucky in 1899 schooltesnhers Superintendent Drlskell Jo Garter nephewof Mrs DO Pusey day paid out S 79392 which is eighty per visited her last week He left for Chica- Â¬ J 0 Tucker teacher at Oave Spring BEWLEYVILLE cent of the amount dne the teachers for go tbeooe to Kansas City Mo to reside was here Sunday the year About forty of the district Mrs L ssie Board and Mrs Mary Ann schools will close Friday belore ChristMr aad Mrs Dtwee were in L ois New grafts matting at Sulssrs Richardson spent a day and night last mas - ville laet week buying goods Last week was fine weather for hogweek with Mia Liaiie Thompson near The town trustees met in regular ses MeadeviUe Mies Hannah Deane retomsto her killing tbia county sion lsst Tuesday night A settlement home m Owensboro this week visRole Cox ia at boms from the city Mr and Mrs Step Richardson spent waa made with Dolph Board tbe tax Dr Dempster and daughter Miss May several days last week with Mr and iting bis folks collector for tbe year 1899 and tbe treas- Â¬ Louisyille Friday night Z T Stith were shopping at went to rela Mr and ure r report ehowa about 300 now on Mra Jeff Ditto They are visiting MrrJaaCary is visiting her sister A few claims were allowed and tives in Breckenridge county and will Big Spring Friday band return to Oklahoma about the 20th of Mary Sisean and her basband are al Mrs V B Robertson at Webster the meetlnx adjourned month Miss Lotle Moorman and Mr Stum ways a moviu on Jube Hook Jr has completed bla new thia were visiting in Hardlnaburg Sunday and all of na in town Yes indeed each Thanksgiving waa most heartily so residence on the Ovensboro road and it Mies Lutla Moorman ia spending the la one of the nicest country residences and county atand ready to warmly wel- joyed by all of ue around here It oust 12000 Mr Hook come Mr and Mrs Nevitt and family are preparing for week at W R Moormans Planters Oar sobool teachers Hall bae a water tank in tbe garret which bark We are more than glad to num- a Uhristmaa entertainment ber them again as our own and are imfurnishes hot or cold water in any part Mia Mary Moorman and Dr Harris Miss Monnie Hooter spent Friday of tba hous were the guests of Mies Hannah Draae It is fed by a force pomp patient for their arrival night tbe guest ot Beyle Oaiu David W Fairlelgb of Louiaville a Sonday Mr Hook and ia a great convenience Bro Mail recently held protracted ser Meade county man who-- married a planned the arrangement himself Assessor Henninger was here SaturMethodist eburoh Meade county lady Emma Ditto was vices iu the One feature of the 11 oclock eervi day completing his work la our part of Mrs Lucy Kurtz ot Webster attended at the M E cbnrob last Sunday morn heard from last week at our State Oapi the ooonty tal in ringing stentorian tones on the the Quarteny meeting here Dec 2nd ing wan a male quartette by M sars Miss IKale Pierpont of Cecilia is visit and 3rd Dav Brown Lennin Walker and Beard contested gubernatorial question ing Mass Bessie Moorman and other Mrs Orendorf has gone to Webster Presiding Elder Howes preached a very ids speech waa more complimenttd and friends hsre more djicussed by both sides than any neighborhood to vioit her old home and sermon His congregation regret stron s Misses Enla Miller of Hanlinsburg Well be is a friend waa mads that this is his last year on the woik other that Jennie Warftcld of Oloveport were Fairlelgb a name that means intellect Mr and Mrs D C Johnson count one and here he having served them six yearr in town a short time Saturday accompa big heart more member iu their iaudly a boy of A X Kincbeloe Will Hook and Jeff hard sense and a nied by Oy Miller Our stores are full of holiday goods late appeanug Mattlngly the board appointed to super If yon are ia need of a carpet before were a millionaire for a vise the town tax list completed their I only wish I Mrs Sara Lewis who is visiting friends buying you ought to write to Sulssrs like to ahop No I work last week The raised list in the little while then Id of about their new line of grass mattings want to b in our vicinity is at present tbe guest town will amount to about 6000 Mr forgot I told Preston I didnt Miss Lena Diury and rags It in the most substantial ar anybody but myself Wouldnt it be Kinchtloe said tbe question whether or Mrs Annie li aril a way of Quetoa is ticle for floor covering ever manufac1 funny if I should nave money galort not Sheriff Burton should pay on 3000 tured generality ot the race spending sometime with ner parent when he claimed to be a resident of Ball would be like tbe I wouldnt have tbe executive power to Mr auu Mrs 1 V Johnson Joe Mattlngly and his brother Billy town was taken up by tbe board and Prayer meeting every Ihuniday even- have hustled this ysar On New Years retain it or inyeatit ia fact it would all decided affirmatively slip away I am very well satisfied ing Bro Mell urges all to be present days they took a big contract all they you I enjoy Ufa hugely and thai is the way to make a meeting a thought they ooold saw in 1899 They Breckenrkfge Quarterly Court Docket thank cot 200000 ft of lumber more than they Mre Liasie succees My friend and neighbor December Term 1899 contracted and have four weeks yet 0 Board and I had a most delightful visit A rare thance to buy a hauusome to Mm Charley Stith of Ekron last week plush cape SulEdr 13 showing this arti complete their work Reference cases 25 She is an entertaining pleasant boetess cle and should you be in need it only Appearance eases 26 A RBCORD BRBAKBR say howdy and good bye to akea 200 The appearance docket is as follows1 I ran to my old Garrett friends Mm Dr Shack Mr and Mrs Chas Drury went to Oar R A Shellmsn vs 0 A Driskell They are rollton Wednesday to attend the burial An Achievement Seldom rlaatered in Peter Sherran Bro A Go vs Jesse lett and Mrs Dick Dowell good and true Mrs Mollis Board once of Mrs Drun s sister Mra Coohran a Country Printing Office Jolly my pupil rame in for a little viait Mol They will remain to visit relatives for a John W Underbill vs Janus he has the brightest cutest boy one can while It is not often that tbe BsacxuiitiDai Matthewe or Gypsy imagine Mamie Brown Co vs J A Peter Stierrap Bro David Haulaway Drury A Bennetts Naws is given to flattery of itself It has correspondent ot our paper for Maid Lesber popular saleuuian is first claw on neat been so long established In the field of so long is still confined to her bed oar Peter Sherrau Bro A Co vs W E Give journalism ss well as in the hearts of arrangement of merchandise months now but is cheerful and hopeBoard hiui a call just to see how well h will ita thousands of readers that it baa not ful We have promised those kind found it necessary to sing its praises as Austin Pate vs 8humate A Co treat you friends another visit for the holidays V B Burton vs Will Miller often as is tbe case with many of our Miss Fannie Jamison of Owensboro esteemed contemporaries Oil yea Mr Editor our new prtar But it is with Beauchamp A Eskridge vs W H Yea it will partly belong to all of ue who spent the past three weeks with pardonable pride that the Naws speaks Springs te W B Belknapp A Co vs Cooper A We share it in common through this Misses Lena Duryand Blanche Jolly of its success and signal achievement this good paper Not indeed no other town was the most enjoyable of visitors and we woek Not only tow Increased number Evans American Book Co vs Cooper A Evans of 2000 inhabitants haa aucb a paper all vary much regret her return home of pages of the par wWbe notioed bnt V G Babbtge assignee vs Jasper Not many of double or treble that num- Monday its new make upf iff large display of new ber has such a paper But you see the Hookley The Presiding Elder R v D 8 Camp- Â¬ advertisements and ita brighter appear- Â¬ V G Babbage assignee vs A P Nxws hsa God given talent and ia using bell waa ou hand and conducted the ance it for His honor and glory But one Quarteily meeting Dtc 2nd and 3rl This issue of the Nxws oonlalns over Hcok V G Babbage assignee vs West must have back bone and push with Friday Dfc 8th he waa the guest of Mr 700 inches of new display advertiat it or be ia a back number these days Blandford on his wav to hold the same ments all ot whkh not only represent Brooks The Nawa haa a record in old Kentucky service at Big Spring our bems ajft neighboring merchants Hattie Wood vs Matthias Miller Bank of Hardinaburg va J M Parson Every subscriber I know will help out on Formerly I entertained tbe opinion bat also it sbesH what can be done in a the financial plank which ia a atroog one that to be married more than once was small well equipped country office Not and others Bank of Hardlnaburg ve Grant Kiper in any platform Bat in tbe Nws plat almost sacrilegious but occurrences of a type nor a line had to be duplicated By recenC additions of a new and Im Â¬ form rejwie not particular about what rent t ampirirg have caused me to ma anal others Bank of Hardlnaburg vs W J Ma kind ol1wney golsViilver or paper jut i terially change my mind and I now have proved steam press a new folder new Our harmony very great sympathy for tbe man or wo- Â¬ type and other material the Naws office so you sendaflkalong bony and others 4 Y have no internal die man who seeks to till lonely homes with is to day one of the beet and moat comBank of Hardlnaburg vs Len E Pate plete in tbe State Its job department and others wWhs ft rivalriea no heart burnings lovely companionship all we want ia a unanimous vote on tbe represents all the newest styles of type Bank of Hardlnaburg vs AiYisoffGlaaa Golosh Rod financial question and we believe we and material and ii under the control of cock sad other expert printers Bank of Hardinaburg va Phillip Kiper will have it because each and every one Typhoid Fever flist clsas is interested in an Tbe News office is better prepared and others Mrs Robt Mercury of Louisyille nee than ever before to turn oat neater and Harned A Tucker vs Richard Pumph newspaper Letty Herndon daughter of Henry better work and on short notiot ery I am in receipt of numerous inquiries Miss Hemdon formerly of Meade county ia Tbe public is cordially invited to oome W R Johnson vs Ben Quiggina about In Hie Steps and I thank each Peter Bherran Bro A Co vs Lee one for his or her kind remarks as to my qette ill of typhoid fever An old fam- and aee oar new material and if you are ily servant Susan Constantino went to not already a reader of this paper you Millar criticism The most prominent question Monday to attend her will feel like becoming one Peter Sherran Bro A Co va Allen is Was the novel founded on fact I Loolaville Milter will say the book is purely and entirely Peter Sherran Bro A Oo va Ben imaginary No each places or no such Married at Hardlasburg A New Arrival Miller GuMOBAan Kv Dec 19 8peciaJ oharacteii ever existed It was sot Ssaton of Sample has a fine ton JD Peter Sherran Bra vs Porter Atwood founded on fact at all but was written poomtboy at his house Tbe young Ben Clark and Miss Becky Burnett both Ac with the desire that the imaginary might gentleman arrived on tbe 9th of Decem Â¬ of Glendeane were married in Hardina-Â¬ Wm Abl P J burg yesterday become real In England the sale waa ber They returned on tbe noon train and will oontinue to live at immense but it wag due principally to West View 5chool English firms this place Report for the fourth month ending the fact that about twenty were pushing the book ai one time Mr Dec 6th 1899 Sheldon a agent went to London several Store Party at Olendaane Virgil Roberts 98 7 Virgil Arms 04 5 months ig to arrange for another book M H Norton Last Saturday Mm Charlotte Swett 98 4 M Mattlngly 9ft to be published and to appear aimoltane EraPumpbrey981 Ida Harper 04 was tbe hostess st a store party given by Lure Norton 98 Jasper Butler 936 oualy in Europe aad America Ian Mo her brother Mr H L 8tom at hie large My Heninger 97 t Clyde Walker 938 Claiens Beside the Bonny Brier Bosh and attractive store at Olsadeane Tbe Q Pomphrev 97 B Pumphrey 93 The Christian Prisoner of Zenda following young people were in atten Â¬ Day Skiliman 96 7 BaleHeaning93 That fact Is so obvious that you won Gcfe Mattlngly 96 6 Fanle Harper 937 Three Men in a Boat EsstLvnne dance Miss Jennstte Watnsld Clover ier why any one can offer sympathy Mv Mattlngly 98 6 My Hennlng 933 had Immense circulations bat did not a theehief feature of treatment for the port Misses Lota Owen Hallle Moor-Â¬ 9tt 6 O Mattlngly Shelle Laslie 922 equal In His Steps which reached a deakatc diseases of women Yet women man Mary Moorman and Amanda Dean John Leslie 96 Liaiie BnUer 91 2 are invited to write to a woman who A Pumphrr 9tt HHeuninger 922 sale of 3000000 copies owing though to can sympathise with woman and the Glendeane Miss Hannah Dean Owens W Henninger 93 9 those twenty firms pushing it possibly Erst Aldridge 9i theme of their correspondence is to boro Misses Nannie Owen and Fannie A Pumpbry 94 3 Myrtle Smltb 91 6 His books aold in England at a penny be the delicate difficult and dangeroua Groves Fordsville Miss Eula Miller F Goodman 94 4 Loue Roberts 90 I hope I filer sens which undermine a womans but tbe sales wore wonderful Hardinaburg Cyrus Miller Kirk A S 94 5 ham i aslie heelth and strength It is true that such fully auawered all your questions offers are combined with an offer of Jobnsou Baltimore Victor Robertson There are otbers wIiosb names should have But medical advice Glendeane aakeu wmou anortia me great pleasure medical advice In rfiveu but beoauw of aew days ab competent phy- Â¬ given by lalwajs miae our chatty Irvingtou can only beno mention a is made in such hhilc tliev have fallen below mnety per sician and correspondent when she doesnt come offers of a physicians or doctors advice Attend the Inauguration buiNKY Uwbm Teacher iut It ia not offered because it cannot be in She is decidedly original No we Tbe following prominent oitiaena were The offer is not being made by passengers on Moudsys ue or strained labored style about her given east bound train cornea out so a qualified physician communications but she en route to Frankfort to attend the InThe offer of free consultation by letter Of courstl your made to ailing women by Doctor R V ludividuallv with auguration of Gov Taylor Hon K M physicians abil-Â¬ Jolly Irvingtou R N Miller own individual opinion not cloaked under Pierce has behind it Y coiinuUlug physician 1 alwaye ity Or liere is we or editorially speaking Beard Charles Duiham Jno P Has well and Surgical Inof the Invalids Hotel but a mothrr kaowi thi loved and admired lirowuuig or that oue stitute Buffulo N Y Associated with Jr Hardlnaburs Pete Sherran Kirk uiguuii and dread that jiiiiu psrthuW thing the distimtlve express IH fierce is a staff of nearly a score of Jerry Tillord Fordaville Bert Cunning specialist In a wunun endurca tNfiorc and during aive and positive tue of th peroil physntuue each man a yews childbirth And still nearly all this uf prauue of over thirty lr Pierce ham Chenault Hurrel beard Oweua prououu I which shows a leariesa iu and his staff have treated successfully boro htmg is uniMCcuiry The faithful um of pewouality notice Judge Abl BRANDENBURG office Gas Brown offlo James Harrin hotel T M Blythr livery stable S A Â¬ Makes Â¬ ABsaurnatVumm r the trekkus food more PJ21aBBaaaBnBBaaaaffi Baking Powder orrd wbotetome aBBBBBasmaai Â¬ IRVINGTON Mrs Wrather spnt Louisville last week Miss Â¬ Mrs L B McGlothlau All are earnest ly requested to come promptly Meet ing opensMtt 130 oclock p m with roll several dsys In call responded to by brief aketrh of a visit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J QJCrfi te Â¬ Sympathy may help a wounded heart but it wont heal a wounded limb Mother and Babe N1 1 Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND will ta cctrcactog grt mcMtire rmptom t I mt Baa vary aerkaua onaaL Rjerfiamfaar Aat MQTrSBrVS PWKND steo- ivmtmwi w Ik overcome every and labor Uaalf will Mr JiriMfc UllMfiagt f1tM 1 Oblrt iici stit ami A 4 Mi r5 li T yrrtFaffMii QtHRnfwye 1 deneiideut strong very strong individuality iu moat such a Golden all of our dear correepoudenle lod ia onite herself on every issue and so polite when aba dinVrs with one of us aud Qimtimm la men thau more than half a million women who cured of debilitating dreina liave innammaHons ulcerations and remeka troubles The age experience and SMIt of Dr Pierce gtve him a supreme ad diseases of vantage iu bis chosen noVl woman tn a imavnt W m ff 1 fewmn wHc wlMrt faawsMl KgwifMSf jMaura ajajfeja nACftsi Can tfrITlVt vene w i m nvy ti f fierce tf Tnifr4nk0lhtUwtA wlSii a Hfflw oWwrTsiWaw jswjff SPnWafaijpwfeWs jrwHtatik1 mmm rt swie www to some Russian city Miss Nora Hen Â¬ derson will read a paper bearing of some Â¬ thing Russian Tbe Club will sing en Miss Asbotaft was a attest of Mrs Mar chorus Rossiao National Hymn with shall laet Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Piggott as organist Mrs Wrather Our young people are on the top notch will read a paper on tbe Catherines of which will no doutt be highly of anticipation ior tbe pleasures of Ohriet- - Russia edifying to the club Altogether the tlme Write to Sotars and ask them about program will be an excellent one and a thnew gws mattings and rugs It is genuine good time is in store for the Oome members Â¬ the only substitute for carpets Mrs Fon Rhodes of Brandenburg NORTONS VALL E Y made a pleasing and surprising visit to her oousin Euth Gardner this week Bill Norton went to Hardineburi Wed Miss Mary Moorman a bright voung nesday lady from Glendeane neighborhood was Rev Brear was the eueet of Mr ami tbe guest of Mr and Mrs R J Cain last Mis Martin Norton Sunday Sonday Mr Isaac Norton went to Hanim Â¬ Preparation is being made by the burg Friday music teacher of tbe Irvlngtoa eollege to Mr Sam flaycraft was tbe o iinatrf Mr give aa entertainment sometime during aud Mrt Woulams Saturday night holidays the Misses Letitia and Lula D Havnaa Irvingtou people your orders to Suiser Â¬ will have careful attention Their wets the guest of Miss Lura Hook Toes stock was never so complete with many daaright Miss Leila Haynea wss tbe truest of new effects for holiday gifts Marshall and baby Ruth Miss Mianie Haynea Tuesday night Mrs Obarlea The wheat crop here is looking well left for Louiaville last Wednesday where they will reside until Mr Marshall com Â¬ Mr Martin Norton went to Hardin pletes his course in dentistry burg Tuesday Bro Mell was called last week to Jef A soda drummer passed throuah here fertoutown to see his mother who was Tuesday and supplied the people with sick We hope her illness will be brief soda and that Bro Mell will be enabled to re Â¬ Tbe series of msetinas that have been main with us in progress at Wesleys Chapel for some Mr Willie Orabbe arrived last ThursÂ¬ time closed Sunday nieht with severe day from Atlanta Ga to see his parents conversions Prof and Mrs Orabbe It was a joyous RN Miner Gets a Place home coming and a glad happy re union It has been given out that Attomnv of loved ones R N Miller of Hardinsburg ia to be Miss Frances Jamison a charming Ow- Â¬ put at the head cf tbe Cornoration Tt ensboro girl visiting Misses Lana Drury partment at Frankfort by appointment and Blanch Jolly at Bewleyville was in of Governor Taylor Mr Miller ia at She will return to her present town Saturday tbe County Attornev of thia home tbe first of ths week county and a local politician of consider- Mrs Slisa Jellr of Hardlnsbura able Unuenoe--gW-position pays passed through Irvington en route to him a salary of 11800 and is oue that Owensboro where she was hastily sum will be quite an uplift for him Mr mooed to the bedside of hereon Bion Miller ia a worthy young man m every who was seriously ill We trust be is way aad well equipped for hia new hon rapidly Improving and that her stay will ors ba brief Hia appointment to this piace avee a Bro Lewis preached Sunday morning vacancy in the County Attorneys office to a large congregation taking for his here which ia already being looked after after which all re by a number of young attorneys subject Bsptism The Mind to tbe mill pond where he ad place will be filled by a R pnllican of ministered tbe sacred rite to tbe follow course Judge Ahl will make the ap ing Misses Mary Wrather Eva and pointment which holds until the next Kittle MoGlotblan Miai Triplett Miss regular election Those who will be so- plieants for the place are John P Has-Wright and Cssean Drake of well Jr Allen R Klncluloe and Jesse We were sorry to bssr of the death Mr KHuokeby formei ryelMardksburg R Rtkridg and also of Mr Dick sterol tbe same Game Prom Oklahoma Â¬ place Tbey were near neighbors of our Jack Moorman who is teeirraoh oner- fsmily in my childhood days and were atorat Savaniab Oklahoma sent bis always kind and iaithful friends To the father Dr J L Moorman a present of bereaved families I extend a heart full of two fine venison bsms recently Jack sympathy and feeling is employed by tbe Missouri Kansas There are many here whose sympa- Â¬ and Texas railroad and ia cluing splen- Â¬ thies and prayers are with those good didly people and brave women of Cloverport Mammoth Tobacco Crop who are waging a fight agaisat whiskey W L Smith of Lewlsport delivered Let them remember that tbe Christian to J B Pace Jr A Co Wednesday women of Irvington are prayicgwitb 30000 pounds of tobacco for which be them for their suocess in uprooting the 7 7 and 1 His wife delivered evil the greatest curse of this fair laod received the rest of his crt p at Owensboro of outs There are many people who do not Dr Wesley Bruner have tbe opportunity to visit a larger Dr Wesley Bruner of Baltimore who town and yet it is their desire to get something that cannot be obtained in has been assisting Rev W B Rutledge their own town Shoojd this be your in a series of meetings at the Baptist case jut write to BunHrs and they will church preached hia last sermon Tues Â¬ be plessed to fill tbe bill Tbeir stock day night The church members and others who have heaid his talk re consists of everytbirg carried by a first grot to give him up clsas mercantile store Dr Bruner is an earnest consecrated Beginning Wednesday evening at 7 minister His manner is attractive his oolock Bro Mell will preach in the voice and style plcssing and his work Methodist ohorch and will oontinue ser here bas met with success vices Thursday Friday and Saturday eve The meeting will continue untl fur- Â¬ nings Sunday morning be will adminis ther notice is given ter tbe sacrament and will preach again 8unday evening Let all come out to hear these sermon It will be help The Distinguished Orator Arrives ful to you and to him as well Kev G W Young D I of Louia- Â¬ Tbe friends of Mrs Mary E Tyler and ville will arrive from Owensboro hatur Miss Battle McOehee will be glad to day afternoon and remain over Snnly hear that tbey are settled iu their new He will preach at the Baptist Churoh quarters on Fifth street Louisville and Saturday night Sunday moruicg after will be glad to see or hear from their noon and night Mrs former friends in this community Tobacco from Hancock Tylers stay here was brief but bj her II J Pace Jr Co have oiglt pleasing affable disposition she made many friends who send after her in her tohacco from the fullowuig litmxtm lh from K I V ytou new homet beet wishes and kind re Â¬ farnurt for6 Oauit iiM lbs from A skin membrances ner lor 7 7 m 11 1000 lbs from u ot t Mr McFarland whom all will plate Hayues lor aid 1 I hi If iron autly remember will be here Thursday Minor llevitra Ijr7 6 50 and i k evening to deliver hia lecture which is lb from M A Rice fur b 0 said to be very eutertaiulng replete with 3000 lbs from Jas Arrlugton U i j his quaint witUsisius and personal rem- - 1 6000 lbs bum 6 F Uebhen w r Five fa Oew Family inueenftf s 01 none n 10 ireiana T H Meituign voyage across me AiHMMeeaai J 0 Pate of Owensboro was a i 1000 ihs tnM MS h ettgerou the rain to Webster his old of hia lite siavaa hia sahtMtr m wn lasTiii nswavi C and 3 SOrt lbs au home Momi A He bet had fir ajes MsteAoreh Heeattitt bis llpAfRWpiv aw lfxanre Mr teaani f a AB w m wk a 4f Mt- 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Hn untvl i rmon - 6S 7 htk We Have Got a Full Stock of Things Everybody Wants We can show you appropriate gifts for young and old costing from a a mere trifle up to as costly a present as you care to make WE ARE SURE TO New ieTa K wi tilU thingioe 7 7 M 8 28 ii 2 Wi ii 2 16 S 01 7S 7MI S3 SIS 8M t a 46 3 1 j ji M Mitnlev Griffith MMllrigiv IS Owwiboro York Dental Parlors le Powtr IV lor Rockpen lad Lrwiiport Kscon Petrle tor I nnelten ft Tell City j Skidmun Shop i Hitman jl B 9 11 9 20 888 58 PLEASE YOU IN SELECTION WE ARE SURE TO MAKE YOU HAPPY WITH OUR PRICES 542 FOURTH STREET E1MAKC BUT MIsTAKf INIKl mOHTPlAC NO HintnUli 8 Ii 4 88 4 4 I 40 49 4 60 8 9 80 19U4 10 7 10 Again We Tell You OITC12 ESTABLISHED 1888 Mepfceiepon Attdltnn Holt ioverport ut Soi Sl Its Going to be a Great Christmas F N DHU Y KECXENRIDGfc WIUSKHmV sample 1018 24 618 in 610 USB lr i 8t lrvfn on Gnaton oliborf abeur 1082 1040 10 41 684 Ml 6 08 1 60 848 M 608 10 17 Ekrnn BrandnbarS 108 1104 11 CLOVERPORT KY the British COXGKKSS AT WORK Statesmen of the Xatloa Meet at the Capitol Washington Deo 4 It la expected that the house will be occupied with important business this week At the very threshold of the session will come the contest over the ad mission ot Representative elect Rob Â¬ erts of Utah and later In the week the house will plunge Into an Important and possibly a protracted debate upon the financial bill which was prepared by the Republican leaders last spring BRYAjTA PRKDICTIOX He Says Democrats Will Make Orsas MARXIST RBPORTS lr Hock Harm Willow Dale - Breach 1118 IIS iMisCiNS KB Louhx ills Union Howard Ml PlaKfiitnckv Street 1186 U48 llttMm 665 618 688 8M 840 645 688 689 646 tap Ar U85pet 8pm J 715 T45rr TSiim WEST HOUND Ko 41 No 4J 4 NEWS 18 fights In the annate army - of fH CHAMBERLAIN TE1XS Ultimate Intentions of England In South Africa BLOODY BATTLE AT MODDER RIVER London Not 80 While no cre Â¬ dence ii gtren to the rumor that Lady smith has fallen the scare term to Impress the public with the danger of what Is still within the bounds ot pos- Â¬ sibility Such a misfortune would probably produce a formidable revolt among the Cape Dutch The Daily Newt ears Whaterer comes we must brace our nerrcs to meet It Cer- Â¬ tainly It looks as If we had before us a very stern and earnest struggle be Â¬ fore we see our wsy clear to final vic- Â¬ Cattse For Anxiety Galas Next Year Galveston Tex Dec 4 In speaking Hon W J of next years campaign Bryan who Is the guest of Hogg was hopeful for Democratic success Mr Bryan states that the Democrats will make great gains next year among large classes Of people These people comprise the wage earners said he Those who have been direct Â¬ ly affected by the consolidation of the great manufacturing and produoting commonly concerns of the country called trusts In this class is enume- Â¬ rated day laborers offlcemen drum men etc These are the peoplo who will rote with the Democrats next Grain and Stock Prices for Dec 9 Chicago poor mixed stacker 4 36134 SB 3 0003 60 Mttoted feeders good to choice cows 8 eO4 80 heifers nners 1 7BA8 00 bulls 8 00S CO 3 B0Q4 28 fed Texas beeres 4 OOQo 3B grass Texas steers 8 SBQt 90 western OCfJ range beeres Si 00fp SO Calve- s7 00 Sheep and Lambs HatJve wethers SB 00 4 00C4 60 limbs 4 TB western wethers 6 00QB 50 S4 0O8S 63 western lambs 07c Com Mo 3 81c Whest No 3 red W In the D wsl OffW awit Cattle Uood to choice to medium 14 3000 45 -- SB 4007 00 rf n nti of all Wh w and heat eqatpped IV CM Iufot Howard of the Ohio River Uillowdnle the ft t to rutnc the price Muck Haven y to bring it within the reach Long Branch 26c lajrr imivilU UnktaDep Keatuckv Mreat lv 7S7am 8SApn YZ 889 8x7 843 49 -- Teth Extracted hy Ganm Hiaaiteobarg Ekron Lsaibarg 1ierce Holt 1 60c Fillnd with Amalgam Fillnri with Wrtand Platinum Al 75e Irvington 868 V08 914 wwmt 9l 98 943 100 and np Filled Ih A Oond - of T th 600 Beet Set ofTerth no Better mad ftll Sample Stonhensnort 9 48 Addbm Shane SKttmaa floveiport I 1064 1016 IUSD loot 97 1 at Atlantic Ciy Oats 13 Mo 3 aac Although the Report of the Fall of Lndysmlth Is Discredited at Lon Â¬ don the Ptoile Are Warned to Nerve Themselves For the Worst PoMible Result Nov 30 At Leicester London speaking to a crowd of 7000 people Joseph Chamberlain devoted the greater part ot a long speech to a Justifica tion of the governments policy in South Africa and to a refutation of the arguments ot the Karl of Kim n berlcy Sir Henry According to Sir and others said Henry Campbell Bannerman we ought to have Mr Chamberlain skulked back to our holes when Mr Krugcr refused to listen to our peaceful representations That would have lost us South Africa weakened our hold upon India and earned us the con- Â¬ tempt cf mankind He reiterated that the war was in- Â¬ Mr although doubtless evitable Kruscr would have preferred to wait until England was involved with some other power Referring to the conditions under government which the Gladstone granted the convention ot 1881 he denied that the grant was made because Mr Gladstone feared a general Dutch rising The real reason he aoserted was because the Gladstone government be-Â¬ lieved the annexation of the Trani vaal In 1877 occurred under a misap- Â¬ prehension by Lord Beaconsfleld that a majority of the Boers desired annexation It wes afterward proved taut this wis not their desire and the an Â¬ nexation Was cancelled Referring to the basis and conditions of settlement after the war Mr I do not like to Chanberlaln said divide the skin before I have caught the bear but I must insist that the have Boers by their own action created a clean sheet upon which we can write what wo please and I feel Â¬ Campbell-Banner-maÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tory j Thanksglvlng at Paris Paris Nov SO Thanksgiving was celebrated at the Hotel Continental by the American University Dinner club United States Ambassador Porter pre- Â¬ sided Among the guests were Alex-Â¬ andre Rlbot who resnonded for The French Unlvorslties and Henri De Regnler the distinguished French poet who will start for the United States next February to lecture at Harvard oa French Literature The Roberts case has attracted the attention of the whole country The Republican leaders have adopted a plan of procedure which la designed to prevent Mr Roberts from taking the oath of office until after the charges in connection with his alleged polygamous practices have been inves Â¬ tigated by a special committee Cleveland Bogs Mixed Yorkers pigs and mediums BO selected heavies 84 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice lambs S4 TBftO 00 good t choice wethers 88 78 04 00 fair to good mixed sheep 88 Kti 8 80 Cattle Good to choice 1100 to 1900 lb steers 3 105 3B fair to good 4 BO 4 80 good to choice 800 to 1060 lb steers 84 80S X fair to good 84 3694 BO fair to good lighter steers 83 T6Q4 10 fair to choice heifers 84 0004 TB cows 82 603 8 CO bulls 3 OOOS 78 Calves Oood to beet 88 0S7 00 good SS 1086 40 tidy batchers 84 600G 00 fair 84 0004 40 common 88 2508 80 bolls stags and fat cows 83 3504 00 fresh cows 880 00080 00 Cslres 87 OOgJT 00 a new WVixirsot pelf Wi wh tb00 IUeville Od PUre B paircd and made as good forCaaaetoa rVtne ft Tall City w In the Senate Washington Dec 4 The first week in the senate will probably be marked by considerable lethargy Indeed It would be exceptional It any actual work would be done On Monday the sworn in new senators will SOME SHOUT STORIES beyond this nothingbewill be done butÂ¬ Ordinarily the presidents message is re-Â¬ FOR RIADCHS WHO HAVE OTHER ceived on the first day of the session BUSINESS TO CARE FOR but its receipt will be postponed tor a day this session out of respect to the Bits of Information Gittliered From memory ot the late Vice President HoAll Iitbabltttble Quarters of the bart whose death Senator Sewell will Globe by Those Who Are Trained announce Tuesday little will be done Kxpresaly For the Purpose beyond the receipts of the annual mes- Â¬ sage the present purpose being to ad Â¬ SATURDAY Thresher manufacturers in the Uni- Â¬ journ immediately after the reading of the message to give the Republican ted States have combined John I Blair a multi millionaire of senators an opportunity to hold a caucus over the reorganisation ot the Blalrstown N J is dead Englands casualty list at the Mad- Â¬ commltteefl Up to date only one sen- Â¬ atorial appointment has been made der river battle was over 400 Quay but Two men were robbed on a Chicago This is the case of Senator if he is seated there will be an effort elevated train by masked men to fill the vacant seats from Utah Ca- Â¬ General Otis has Informed the war Delaware by the same lifornia department ot the surrender ot Bay methods and There is unusual interest in ombong Mr Quays case and both his friend Adelbert F Hay son of Secretary and opposing senators are already Hay has been appointed United States working cealously Mr Quay will make consul at Pretoria no effort to be seated Monday Representative Richardson ot Tenn Brooklyn Police Censured essee was chosen minority lander in New York Nor 80 The Kings the house by the Democrats county grand Jury In a presentment Five tramps seixed a school House to the criminal court censured the in Wayne county 0 and defied the Brooklyn police for what it terms near by farmers until arrested their laxity la allowing William F The widow ot the late Henry B Cecil Leslie of the Plant has begun action against the Miller andsyndicate to escapedefunct The estate and Franklin trustees ot her husbands Jury holds that these men could easily wants a receiver appointed have been arrested after the Indict FRIDAY ment had tbe polios been more active A railroad wreck near Albuquerque convinced that our loyal fellow subGood Sleighing Reported jects in Cape Colony and Natal would N M crushed several persons 4 Dec Specials Detroit Mich Son New York grain McCord regard no solution as durable which from the Upper Peninsula report 8800000 did not provido beyond the shadow of dealers assigned for storms At Marquette sev Â¬ It is now proposed to raise txftQOO heavy snow fell a doubt for the supremacy ot the Brit Â¬ and the sleighing was Captain arid eral Inches ish flag the only guarantee of settled fund for the widow of food peace and the only security for the ley Oahrl 74 were asphyxiated in their just treatment of all the races ot South Joha H IJams ot Columbus O was home near Sandusky O killed on a Pan Handle freight at Africa Oreat Britain has protested to tbe Woodstock 0 Hw tie at Modder River American government against the orCotton manufacturers have granted London Nov 30 Twelve hours re-Â¬ ganisation of expeditions to aid the section upon Lord Methuens brief the demand for an advance at wages Boers dlupatch only served to Increase pub-Â¬ at Fall River Mass Because his wife objected to his bor- Â¬ Close friends of Senator Kanna will rowing 15000 from his mother-in-lalic anxiety and suspense All kinds of speculation aro Indulged in In the not allow him to run the presidential Louis Bach wounded his wife and campaign next year absence of any indication as to wheth killed himself at New York er the Boers occupied the north or John W Oayle was nominated tor TUESDAY south bank of Modder river the beat congress by the Democrats of the Calvin De Wolfe 87 a famous abo- Â¬ opinion Inclines to the latter theory Seventh Kentucky district litionist died at Chicago and It Is pointed out that the British General Jimines will be sounded General Wood has arrived In New must have been utterly exhausted If upon the subject of his recognising York from Baaltago Cuba they could not follow up the retiring American Interests in San Domingo Stolen goods were found In the Boers and crush them as the enemy Mrs Hobart and son each receives church steeple at Leesvtlle compul- Â¬ crowded over the bridge their 1000000 under the will of the late The changes la the Samoan treaty sory line of retreat Colonel Albrecbt vice president after charitable beÂ¬ are said to be merely grammatical directing the work of the Boers quests are paid who is The steamer Teutonic sailed for in opposing Lord Methuen was orig- Â¬ THURSDAY Europe with 94000 ounces of silver inally an officer in the Austraa army George Starkey was fatally Injured Burglars cracked the postoffloe safe army and He entered the Free State firing a salute at Allegheny while at Warsaw Ind securing 500 in cash soon brought 1U artillery to a high race between the cruisers It Leading Republicans of New Hamp- Â¬ state of efficiency He is known as an New is a hot and Brooklyn for Manilla Orleans Unshire have started a crusade against able artillerist and strategist William Fisher was killed at Belle- - trusts atlntiwl iiilmlratlnn In pvorvwhern at- O by being caught in I tontaine s pressed of the splundld work of Lord Mayor Jones election expenses ue1 Methuen a column With a force really given at 600 tor personal and 786436 ravin In an old bandbox of Mrs Cook de inadequate he ban mart bed 63 mlleb for committee Speaking of thrift said the promiceased at Theresa N Y was found and foughtthree battles within aweek Colonel Charles Dick ot the Eighth nent clergyman I remember one man 15000 General Mdbuen reports from Infantry was nominated for major who waa as good an example of T uetday Joseph A Kline a Stark county U Nov 28 Modder Klver generalship ot the Ohio national shrewdness ss I have evr seen It life man got tbe Thanksgiving day guard Reconnoltered at 5 a m on ene was when I began preaching that x mys position In Modder river uiul pardon met Ij tm I was young and struggling MONDAY Charles Wsggoner a Pan Handle found them htroncly entreui htl and Plot of Mussulmans to kill the sulÂ¬ my salary was small and the man waa No m una of outtiuuking concealed brakoman was killed by cars at Co- tan with dynamite was frustrated a member of my church He usd to do A Man com lliers W Va the ilver being full accept the work on a scroll saw and one of his United States declines to menced with mtillory of mounted In Two escaped prisoners belonging to Anglo Oerman agreement In the par- specialties was a sort of plant stand wltb two shelves and with scroll work fsntry and ct liy at 5 30 Attacked the crew of the gunboat Urdanete say tition of Samoa ornameutstloa Two or three times he position in widely extended formation Cadet Woods was mortaily wounded The board ot directors of the Coney tried to sell me one but as 1 had no V at 6 30 and auppojteil by the artillery and tour men wei jMtysAiMr island Jockey stub elect 1 W K Van- - need or use for it 1 told nun so irfe t la fronuci of the whole found Itself loinos eyejssssis The time for fcn annual doatfoo with two Boor forcw 8000 strong WKBettoDAY If I uejfWMS- tosses of fMllyrd Tsw perjty drew near whan everything that larga gnus four Krupps etc Andrade Veaeaula nl- onor Joss JBWU the Boers at was girt counted toward that limited After doBporiite hard fighting lstek to United States baa reeigneo killed and T2 wourn satasy I was not altogether pleased which Uitil lu hours our tuen with C ntral Leonard Wood raeommends therefore wbeS the man with a plain Richard Morris iCbnreh Hill out Witter or food and In the tiurrilig tbu be rtoops be removed froj Cuba stand appeared at the dooi hati been arrested made the enemy quit hi a position re kills ssmI MultJuft Miss Lll T atere parson ne saw m a puin Poe qarw waa gufioessiul in by la The war dec wttiw mm ihlls j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ a year With a continuation of such an inÂ¬ crease to our side for the next 12 months it will not be a question of whether or not the Democrats can win but how Urge the majority will be I have no fear for the outcome The re cent elections to an unbiased mind plainly Indicate that the Democrats had the better of It in nearly all the states in which elections were held In Ohio Mr McKinleys home state is the Democratic gain more clearly shown than anywhere else except in Maryland an Nebraska The vote giv and en Jones was anti Republican had he not been in the race It most assuredly would have gone to McLean Next year with the present ratlo of increase Ohio will go Demo- cratic by a safe majority The Republicans would like to cover me with the glory of personally winning the fight in Nebraska They would it possible lead the people to believe that there would be no issues in this election and that 1 was so personally magnetic as to lead the people to the polls with nothing more than myself as an incentive The truth of the matter is the people of Nebraska have beau awakened They realise that it is time that a change was being made In the admin- Â¬ istration of affairs of the government and they propose to throw off the yoke of a single standard a militarism and to cheek the avarice and greed that has almost bacons the objective of that party And not only in Nebraska is this the oase hut I find that from both personal Investigation and from those who are In a position to know that the people in many sections of other states heretofore strongly Re- Â¬ publican have made up their minds to Join the free sUves forces next year Republican Financial BUI Washington Mot The financial bill of the Republican caucus committee has been made public It proÂ¬ vides for a gold standard pure and simple but proposes to use silver as a subsidiary otto It creates a division ot Issue and redemption In the treas Â¬ ury department It proposes to protect tbe gold reserve fund of not leas than 50000000 by authorising the secre- Â¬ tary ot the treasury to Issue bonds and by doing away with the endless chain schema of drawing out gold with greenback It enlarges tbe facilities ot national banks allowing them to issue notes to the par value of sad United States bonds deposited also permits the organisation of na- tlonal banks in small places with 16 000 capital stock as a minimum Will Furnish a Bond Indianapolis Ind Dec 4 President Mlchsll of the United Mine Workers of America said the organisation would put up any amount ot bond re quired for the release of the national organiser Kelly who was arrested at Springfield Hi He said that habeas corpus proceedings had been Instituted for the release ot National Executive Committeeman Reese and ha believed his release would be secured soon by this mn Â¬ wh temprcrT Suniai Larii ulner xtw fr rl or y dfntUr h 1 th S ri Hiiy m ti 1 12 m wltbont Falcon I 1082 1041 10 49 10 54 8M 69 1108 j tnt m in tbe city rates r TlM ewiepnrt Waitman rowers for Rockport Ind 104 liin n Vock Owensboro Maciingly Griffith rw tfritr Stanley W urthington Meant SpotUNille 18u 1140 1151 1156 lin 119 U18as 1884 U69m U14 12U7ln 1228 1289 1845 115 Ar 7 16im i Bakatt H i Evansville ndrnon Liie Cattle Choice C6 80 Pittsburg 0 88S 10 prime 86 B0 HRnbIjK XbW pus ysnM fflafcfflLv No 45 and a6 have rnlman Rufee Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat Paaaenger Coachee throagh betwera I ouNnrflle and Bt s without change Noe 4i sad 44 have elegant Btfk back ant eng rCoachae and Parlor Car nervier thmavfe he twaen Looievilla Mile and Su Iiute witkoot loul Enllle Hogs Mediums heavy and best Yorkers 84 OSftt 10 light Yorkers 84 0004 15 pigs 88 4 35 Bheep and Lamba Choice sheep 04 SB good 84 1004 30 fair 88 5004 00 OUUU Q inUlLSBs pw OVftftVW Ml BBBBBBBBBBaWV ehanye Ho 504 00 oa 4a and 43 have Parlor Care and entrant Loacnea brtween LoniaviUe and Evanaville wih- cnauge nt EDGAR HI LI Traffic Manager Louhville Ky W tVIUUIVU IV BVPUUt 88 6005 35 Â¬ cows sad better 84 0004 40 stockers and feeders 84 0004 35 Calves 87 6008 00 Hegs Yorkers 8 0008 06 pigs 88 95 Hags Wgs and mediums 84 06 Yorkers 84 0004 05 heavy 84 0504 0TH Best lambs 8 5400 Bheep sad Lambs 5 60 fair to good IB 00068 26 culls and common 84 0004 60 mixed sheep 83 T6y 4 36 best yearlings U 3504 76 culls and common 83 2503 00 botchers - PrupeBuffalotops shipping 0006 Cattle 15 60 84 2B0B 00 86 7800 25 IU t Hjf fordsvllle Branch Mt TABLfcNo 10 i2BBBBBBBBBWliDwWBBBBBBBBBBBBV Psfls8i 88 vi 1890 IN EFFCT SUNDAY W 1 JUNE 18 HoillKl 1 TKllih at Irving ton Junction Bound Train No JtltNo 18 8b WOOO A MO Preehf ent No St No 5t AM 10 50 STATIONS Â¬ New York Steers 84 7605 00 oxen and Cattle stags 88 1S05 00 balls 83 6004 80 cows Â¬ Sstebllshod la fjaioago over sweaty yean SUenBlarly charteowd wider aet of Illinois SI 7008 B0 Capital folly paM SIOOOOO Calres Vesls 5 0000 00 grassers 3 00 Lealalatara largest most reliable and sue Th oldest 08 75 yearlings 82 63M08 00 Bheep sud Lambs Common to choice eceefol Kadleal InaUtoU In the U S Private rooaas for Patients with faculties beep 83 3504 60 lambs 88 0006 00 Can for amy aargBcy X Bay ada lambs 86 8006 90 culls 88 7504 00 sued Prlsoopasal atxamlaaWoos Warns eopleal are anado la Hogs 44 0504 36 Itye No 3 all oases whenever diagnosis Is doabtfaL Wheat No 3 red 73Kc Writ for free Book on DefornUtsss and western 69c Braoas Clnb Feet Curvature of the Spine Cincinnati Bronchitis Catarrh Oanoar Tnnaors PUes Wheat No 3 red 6UiU0Wc Corn No 2 Paralysis Kpilepsy Kidney Bteelder Eye mixed 814c Oats No 2 mixed Joyij Bar Mkln and Blood Diseases and all Snr grioal Operations Beat facilities apparatus 37c Bye No 3 60c 4 80 Bulk meats 15 20 Bacon Lard aad remedies for the sneeossfol treatment 00 86 and enra of all Obsonre or Chronic Diseases Cattle 88 0006 BO Hogs SS 8004 00 W absolately goarantee to euro ever Bheep 83 0003 90 Lambs 13 7605 86 anas of Nervous Debility and dlaaases ra soitlng from abases and IndMoratlons of Boston X and above 830 Tooth and Manbood 8pennaesbcaaSem Wool Ohio fleeces taal Weasness night losses and vital drain SSc XX and XX and above 84086c deHydro Isapotoncy laine S70S7HC No 1 combing SOB7c No la orlaa lure Phlaaoels arleoeela Charges ete-- ate ease Slats a combing S40flOa BsatnapelSi Xo taonrabla cases accepted Toledo MoOODov6iett schemes Pallara Wheat He 8 67c Corn No 9 mixed nsuakawwa toast 10000 testimonial letters - on atte from eared patients Many eared at Clover8 mixed SSVkc Oata Ot MUo boats CvmeaAsatloa fro and eoBftdaatlaJ wunommBr cr by lottos Write me to day Baltimore lOTpege Book on all Oirle aad eorsical Bgg Batter raaar eaeasaerx 3T038 saw Mst of ap apaastleas sent fr Â¬ 17 UeBalle AvetHie tStuVamsjOt lu U UW 24 11 38 U 88 11 41 11 1160 67 12 09 12 14 12 80 - PM 6 45 7 08 T IB 7 23 7 28 7 86 7 45 7 62 8 04 8 09 8 25 Lv Ar liarfield Karnid Kirk Jolly 900 8 8 8 Hardintburs Junction ftlendeana Dempster 1250 100 1 US6 1 OS 1 18 646 Dempster Kaiu of Hough Rnckvale Ar Fordeville 7 7 f 6 8 60 9 00 BOB IM 9 13 20 Asklnt Oaka Kuth 3 Bo pm rat Lr 6 30 AM Trains N01 4 4 Traina t Daily 41 a ronoi a and 44 Irrtiia and 44 connect ot Irviiurtoa with tor point on Fordaville brum ard 5 run daily Traint Noe av ot trvingtun with Mam Line traina 41 41 41 41 3 and 4 Â¬ Bookkeeping huitband Penmanehfn Full ronrse ftift Etc tanght Breah ttejlta oaeh or yon ran pay - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ sa a mf nttB Tna MONEY Bonka ani blanks rm- I hr prmtlpal ol this v liuo 3fc Manilla Nov 19 When tbe Mana lathe amber of the lsapinu a stem ol bookkeepinn CIT THIS iB OCT and oenxa anchored In Manilla bay 88 tend to na state yur which la uacd in thoukanhs f miblir and priai -schools including the jiuloic Khoolsol New York WW were Mf da from San Francisco there number taeaea around and otner Urg cities fhe ieadimg iyetm body a kaw and atek Shorthand ia taught Students from every at several feet of water in her hold and and we will tend tbt Yon can graduate lour pabb timb ba u ever n SeaatlM Hadi CH tc 400 grimy hungry exhausted sailors L I Utile ana eradastes seriated ta aeettleaa Srict iirmi ntajitt utl O0 BATha TU THOSS WHO KNt OB CANAtOOUB AT and soldiers who bad been passing You bncheto of water since Nov 17 night SCHWARTZ SCHOOL tamine and try It on at your naai tat West Jatisrsoa St Loat villa k and day First Assistant Engineer oAce and I found iierfaetly Dunleavy was undsr arrest and acory a ntlfactrarMBtd actly aa cording to Colonel Webb Hayes re-Â¬ and ta MtT WftSDitrilL port the chief engineer would also vllllruer aw or heard have been under arrest If there had ot pay ik been any one to replace htm The co- Â¬ lonels report also declares the captain of the vessel told him the only thing phiM nrwl tkanrw will which brought them through was that MUklHtalW the men were greenhorns and tailed to ThltClrtularfiwhCaps iStiSZXlSZ realise the danger while experienced Lit tW rUA ii inraTn u i WbTt 7 Ihroos hout men would have deserted the snip and aUboratety with Bwaarawdwltb k I embroidered f TS1ADK MAR aallluatratrd Trimmed al ur uiid lih xtra to the boats In mid ocean taken SaSleek haarlly interlined itu wldlus aa sSrFcmlt Writ r At Washingtons Tomb SfARQ POPPUOK A t0rHI9AOO Washington Dec i- - Arrangements IJ u are about completed for the Masonic celebration of the centennial of the nu a ill death of Worshipful George Washing j he mi ii Largo ton on Dec 14 at Mount Vernon II numbers of Masons from ail over the M s United States and from Canada aro in IU 11 expected to attend Colonel Kobmt ht ll Hill White of Wheeling W Va who wua MK l U ill II by the grand lodgf of Vlr appointed lllll II t III II III II Ii In UrtS cue roH NAYUItli xinlans chief tuarshai and his itaff Ufa III llu 1iit U li lln will have tull charge of Jejjrofetuluu uiinl lib a dll Iiiiinlki lu f ni ii Olfuie will cut till kltulti uf uuiuu Gift to Children is matk iroiii tl 88 Empcroi Nov Port Victoria J j vegetable He HvdcaeL left WlUtara before be embarked c She To think that yon once declared juriQUS rK Marshall for tbe 900 with cnpiuii in it i that you would love me as long as you beijasft of thf ohltdren of the soldiers on me cur Sired And noa hardly a year married kk H- of we Fim tiioywy uragoons now and yttu care nothing at all about mot campaigning ia South Africa of whkli IfeBat yon see wbun I told oj 1 iat regiment his majesty la honorary cl would love rou as lung ah i lived ill onal waaut feHiME Terr well and 1 tettjr ii VMreaJb fasten t L I wouW Mv W rsloaissi M h t j uli icfn t Haa to Uie 3 85 10O OR 2UO PER MONTH f m uu Uw QN n CIU1 Â¬ il Prasi LYONS LAXATIVE fc ilf J i i in1 W 11 I I I l 111 11 syrup CONSTIPATION i I I 1I1 - l 11 I I Jokl ii- - 1 ttbt J L i i - iH iiurjy t -- m h jU 1MM LJ T3y WW UlsamEaKzsa aJiiiWkilii MfW4 WijflBWwffP wu smulii immmmmmiimi jvj iyfTai iJ55mJGBUT news ITIMS OF MOMtNT TO iaiOr FOUR Tcsajssssj an doctors hair gray inxiian IM- erlptlon in f on the predominant i wWrnantaa IMIi pttaeaDi mi Juice Is truly Deauumi If hit children are Btrlcsn wltn v i thm wine -- Ul er measiea sweetened with honey and M0 -ror i T ed with pepper a quart of red wine and administers sear melted tallow candle mixed For let or brain fever he givee tneetber jt T7 7 wine aim w- i aroii aifwratiMona are cnrv n A mother for thoti -ome one itAi often burlea her dead ch Instance THE PROOF OF THE COAL 18 IN THE BURNING Y ONE CORE FOR SCROFULA to w MV IW but B B B to absolutely caret iih iwfflnliUltdeep It tO this the the mos obstinate saafeatJtn ni the end is beyond the blood many so called puriners ana ionic IHMBCR sTi IV wnnravvi tMmmnra thanarnere tonio is requurw new fall toLcu y blood trouble JSTmS At to the aeat of the aiieaee wiua IL I ou eontequenoea so wnicu b cl- - -- 1 7 v DINIZtiW - of erenr P horror Coae- Hotable Happening In the Lire nonweaitn oi SpeÂ¬ Went Virginia and Tenneeeee cially tolleited tor IhU Column 223 r iwii Baskett Coa TELLS ITS STORY It too nn in in- - w There aredosen ot remedies I1V IS Epl afford temporary Jtf1 i A large 4 Dec Frankfort Ky crowd of politicians hae been attracme u ted here 10 nwnu sUte board ot election commlwloneri who will canvass the vote - i SJSE ro Bnth aria azDreas them aa confident of the outcome but selves mm mj WW n 1 Ill ts no one can preaici wun aucmaw by The heartless landlord has come i 41 decision which will be arrived at treetment which can the widow witn io evict the board many of whom are teething coun- Â¬ The certlned returns from the upon complicated glandular t hat been relied But at the threshold the woman secre- Â¬ iMMXh ty boards now on file with the waves him back Imperiously tary of state give Taylor a plurality Not today V she cries A EThomptonofMilledTUleOa write 1 L out mo ijohjwi- of 4 L Why notr asks the landlord wltt that enough of these votes will be pardonable curiosity - a W balaneea ana v 7r- will be thrown out and that Qoebel Kentucky the woman replied no Because ajI f a iMtif while but tha phyalclan waJ r i bad aa when I awarded the certificate The pitiless storm of rain mingled with Icy me and ionitreatment my condition ww aa were 1 election law is cepacia w Itanr blood remeaiet B o ena aleet rages wlthoutr strucUons and the definite conclusion Â¬ The lanaiora gnnua on - i not ffect Some one reoommonrted up- vrto Improye aa oon aa i nau ourea of the board will rest very largely notent rage- He may trample underm was toon rt tla hAtter na-- on how Its members decide to construe lot the remedy I of the dltaaeo to return Swlfti Bpeolll- oIOOI ine wwaii- es mtw had a sign ture but not the conventionalities Jourcertain portions ot ine county boards bawe this power tabllsbed by long usage Detroit If the Â¬ nal over precinct returns why the Demohas not the board the same crats ask r Xet Betiatlm E m Wa ntMimnUT IIIIIPJl t J ii powers over county votes With theÂ¬ A steamer was stopped In the mouth Jefcertificates of commissioners of f WW -plural- f the river owing to a dense sea fog ferson county giving Taylor a lady Inquired of the captain the AU Wit l TU UIVU aueavea w An oldof the delay votes cause evidence that many of these Cant see up the river replied tbe on Wow WW iun oiwmw wiu were Illegal and It la not among the captain oMc Company 9mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmm Impossibilities that the state board But I can see the stars overhead may so oonstrue Its powers under tho eonunoeu iu v T Juitawa their aa w uv word examining Tea but until the boilers bust weÂ¬ votes way Words Comhaa the powsr w reject these TjEOEMBEK 1899 It i of Property 18gg Vo MHHom vr Onahel aats the certif aint a golng that j t Philadelphia ic Burned In Qoebel Is icate The mala reliance of county wuv adelphla not aw contesting Jefferson 3u Mo Tu Wt Th Fr S upon worth of property WM a Human happiness according to the which means the city of Louisville t by two Area In the heart of the Wtta most received notions seems to consist iat vote according to the returns This na aectlon ot inia action of three Ingredients though pleasureÂ¬ showed a plurality tor rayior m these Inr of the two Urea started In the And succeed in havÂ¬ and indolence and if the Democrats wnnop -kpartment atore oi to be mixed In differ Â¬ defeat ing it thrown out It means the candi- Â¬ gredients ought according to the parLrdaon from an electric spark In ent proportions ot Taylor and of every other yet no hnter ot the snoppins uinw ticular disposition of the person vantlna 10 upon the Republican ticket date -nuii the flamea baa neon put cau u- -one Ingreuiem ALLJORDBRS WILL HAVE PKOMPT ATTBttmON The Democrats are eeme tl they spread to aojoinina vvwithout destroying in compo measure Ohlefly because of Gov 22 23 Louisville vote 1 Inaa of about tl700- ttlcn 17 18 09 J of the whole ernor Bradleys action In ordering the the relish fire waa In progress A rlan In the Fhlle thla arms ana u MfttllAF AM 29 30 militia under polls of deputy United 7 A Persian plaque 26 preaaing eTery idobiwm presence at the London beats uy ADDRESS 0OMMDNI0AT1ONS TO Minaton mueouni troke out fdur blocks away on the colÂ¬ They also base their 1 I Statse marahals - f Mn 418 Market street of clever relief and brilliant contest on the fact that inspectors forÂ¬ or a romantic tale part legend anUat loas at this fire la estimated way inprothe Brown party forced thtdr part history Nobody knows tbe tv inaam of the two Area Wat Solved booths and usurped the to the polling more than covered by Insurance -rv 4 When tho function of officers of election Glared to be a I AI SI BYWMUS two stores to tne souw oi ot life of Bahnram force of the city detective Xomliiated Incident in the ft Richardsons were soon gut entire working on the murder of John naharam ac Dec me BaaaanmM Ky attacked the Lexington j ii th iianM plaque was a waa found pounded W C Owens who defeated cording to legend and building of the J B Llpplncott M Relndei who bicycle shop no ar- During one of hto to death In his vrwBi Colonel Breckenridge In 184 and who wonderful archer llshlng company on nine which his fa been made and the mystery bolted Qoebel this year and made the hunting expeditions on no 6f the burning aepnruawii m wt walraa deep as ever The detectlvea bitterest personal attacks on the head vorite wife had accompanied him preÂ¬ H Ike publlsbing nouae ia wu the aw- a Til sleeping antelope with such Mlull hv - -- - hot a W are Inclined to the theory that ot the ticket waa nmi- animal s ear known In the country rvamwraia and Repub- - cision - as to grateAk the and belle vine fal pounding and iruiM reference books periodicals BI0B UI uiitM a class oa t Settle waath pu his hind ltcans to succeed Congressman rmii other publications oa wholly on himself annoyed by a fly examination oi deceased The light will be the fly A produced by the Arm which waa smashed not be hoof to his ear to strike off royal band cuts In his skull state issues the silver question second arrow sent by the Tjaat Juror Sworn la almost to pieces ing consldereu r fixed the antelopes hoof to his horn Not 80 The twelfth PracflBt ul Vnw liar Msntr ni Wiuil Deal The kings wife merely sald case of Roland B fl last Juror In the Nov 80 AI tice makes perfect which touched tbe 0 Liverpool Dec 4 A syndicate ot Bast 8t Louis dlneux on trial on we spouse opposite deal Cheater West Virginia Just railway pride of her royal v Ammih of Mra Katharine eastern milto haa consummated a i indeed as the penalty for her plate la here for 1860000 pounds of woLTto hare John Johnson a negro Adams was secured Juror Na It was sent out into the private but n rwni a not respondent terms of the sale were fnr 4 cents It laborer approached Mrs Mary Kidder speaking sheperish but Instead found a i KnariUnff hOUSe -i to - -- it r the American Book company The IS sain Uie wuvi the price at which keeper oi a rwwj she shelter in a village Here WgJ and demanded TM0 which he knew 20 Bandhop a manufacturer of nound more than lore In an upper room ascended by offered a short Urn house She refused had hidden In her surgical tostrumenU the same lots were carried temlcal and i not and having bought a calf to more Â¬ ago wd the deal amounted and he beat her to death but did selected as the eleventh Juror Reup and down every day The kingmoney Her little All of this the get the 011250000 was amaathat wxM nder Ootf explaineditafAnae both con- paseing uw ivui jw- - tatar as to the trade bad on ran and gave me i ha uu mur- Â¬ required to at seeing a young woman d iooL Sixty ears will be lady laborera fellow workmen of th him at Ki nited t6 an adjournmnt unul faMon cow up a flight of 20 steps aiav m Â¬ time almost upon you have you decided where you are going to buy transpon u w it rfHnation la thai derer and fellow boarders withpursued a ben again took occaalon to remark Pracyour Holidavi u viAAr boardlna- house who Is tice makes perfect whereupon she east Goode A word do not purchase anything until a close i and captured the murderer toohnha tork Krlghiful Kallroad Wreck examination of JOLLY CAINS of Ure80ne unveiled was recognised and restored exammed t bound now In Jail iri ium taleamen were j w tnk mm wvvu aaacavao nru iiikvh innnn BTraniina MHK al to favor ho www New York Nov 80 Tke us i aunv D Uirare of Wireless Telegraph Buffalo express on pie A A Iaealt Well Ha ala rjum Every new thinir in the Tov line will f ifIB a Waatarn railroad rTO Nov 20 A new Lexington Ky D Ba- - T Mu au euutesa aasortment of ro You can always trust the American at MJW Yora ouUlde the station wireless telegraphy was woman to take care of herself The io ahn haa nonduetad a BtSJttP wblle atandlng crossing at system of Eight Â¬ past 16 months waa ar- - the Van Winkle was run Into by a tested here by Professor O R Sturte friends of a girl who Uvea Indays of itore - for the i AhAll Paterson N J tho state college It proved telling these Tant of eenth street are rested uy raaenu - swiftly moving accommodation train aatlsfactory in ev ry j wliilar Th which befell her one aft Â¬ -v artth buying and selling waabed InterX1X PhUHpsburg N J to Jer- - college campus was used as the field of an adventure the fortnight She was WXClJCili sumps He was neia m bound from ernoon within mu revenue k flva naonle were of er-t mi Watch for rhAli ODeninir annonncftment operations Btunevani r- - standing this Eighteenth street girl at 20 injured - -mi v r uwllu8 ugtjiu i presents 18 last takinor thn tseoo ball The large number brokers Killed uim uw- streets Marconi s syserQualltle superior to E I a i Marka in the corner of F and Eleventh npHO of buying frivolous goods store at tho hosplUl in Paterson of whom tem in that instead of transmitting In waiting for a girl friend A verydap W H are snowing the krgest stock of offlces who frequented Badeaus In D -- j Internal will probably die nn tn him v waves which travel In every direction ner young man a stranger doubtless airecieu uivw allege that he Uas some are TIP ovwamm Fund officials tbe messages are sent In parallel the town for most Wasblngtonlansemi eent Tburtton Memorial AWD HAPfl I revenue n iirwtlons and cannot movement for too well aware of the girls social a a buin and nt emng towasued WMfWAI New York Dec 4 A not In- Â¬ nence to venture on any Impertinence I 18000 ta000 ihmmm -- a therefore be taken by persons the ralBing of fund Tu nhn children receive them ne to her stapped up bowed and said a day and phans asylum for Cuban of Mrs tended to airily o0 which shall bear the name Waiting for somebody Habit tha first wife of Senator so vast a prevalence over short- Â¬ The girl turned to look at him died Habit hath he John M Thurston and who Cuba was Is scarcely Guess youve forgotten me RVajHlSa3KBSs3LaSuJL the human mind that there trow to things for ly after a visit she made to went on with growing familiarity anything too strange or too y m OTUTOiw B mvitauon is extended to the hnnutun Urted In the Maowon n auspices of be asserted of It The story of the jaw you at a dinner last week rlan church under the ewatom i The jjlrl looked at ulm steadily for a this beautiful line OHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR miner who from being long EVEBYONE at tost to tbe Thurston JlerWjssoclatton ed to cheat others came It i great delhjtat nni row she snld Colo-goo Passage Blocked cheat himself and with Nov 29 Minh -u 111 LMdlBg snieiiiisn oi picked his own pocket of was a Colonel Bloulja You are and triumpli No 1 of course ThT Soo passsge la for the second a guinea to convey to his hoard Is not r 1 Blanl s 20 YtANo in uniu who wnut- - a n blocked completa ilout know of impossible or improunuw 9R0MQ CURED time this season yuii tiul Hie employ -blunov rirthiB time at uuie moving ri nu it n oi lV The big EMISSIONS Basslan families when Are ou Hip elow Sault Bte Marie consort the and calmly she l ihui uumr iririia thp a ne ateamer Siemens with her more degetelWni rto 1oat 1 nwuy - VwiHlil vtou Kotluas en be channel boartb with coal brought from the old barge Holley are across the i- Taylor la entitled to the certificate ot mirnnr There is not much probability that the matter will may be be settled at once and it before a certificate Wednesday or later 1 They will decide whether Goebel or hii m - -- j n own hair In the coffin feel quite alone WW that It may not ivk of befI Wrr k - uuu Wdi mere are many tnings to take into You want a clean economical coal that creat J ucai wunouc inrowing out ashes and dust and one that eav lew clinkers sideration cotrunn7c pwaPonhffflict Iia nv lZnin cfelTi SkEn uu - ar -- EAYWRAT - 8 8 8 FOR THE BLUUU ik aULi1 JL All we ask is that you give us a trial and we feel sure your further patronage for SnSfeSS cy rtStlWKKffff sMSSSEaraKSSW Our Coal Advertises itself INO Ik ow SPECIAL PRICES CAR LOAD LOTS JU5 28 J 1516 2021 1 ll 2425 Pittsburgh Coal Comp 32CE3XIX STST- 81f 278 r Ke uir uii nn-lah- -d nm P0nrr w ggggpggggg 23l al0 vj it JOLLY Christmas CHIN Imngtona Store OVERFLOWING WITH HOLIDAY vh ona ik Gnnns u wyji Jt fphe f Tta1Tn kn mj K j r Axio dadi raw V UAKJKiAiiJrir ALBUMS VASES lv 515 jlt vm - stnt cfl iUliT J mi axjvuxii0 rz it rrf Mr HAHEKERCHIEP8 annua nrnvarvn wmM viiUNrotTTuna mmaa ivivaxoaiauo firrMiivtx UBFNDER8 UKDERWEAft QLOVE UTEmranEAP tni RTSWEALWAMdepartmeaUarebrimfulPfu nBBaaesaaaaaI15l w r jl IDiXKJ WCURE oily Cain Irvington Ky Ig3 - iv kvv SSSmsBsafissisa tMr SMASllh VallBl fOOODB jv XIpiggd LADIES DO YOURSHOPPING BY PRO awiraw5SK ssTpKtmtaelwaMi law wv far TTn wTilt in vnnth o lenavl eseoaet our Aaent will poiitlvolr North at that point and the steamer Star is agrouna near iuim STocURt NOPAY tide Presents Buy Useful Ones fl wnenng special bargains AbeauUfullineofSHOES 7xw w IXT 1 in new DRESS ISZskESsnM wulMieroa lhadmakify Tfea Hcvenue KecelpU Nov 80 The rec n one heavy revenue receipts tor ord for district was broken Up day tor this Hey JWBTMAB QOODS - JBfc iocj oi valuable presentis DPDirriruj w u nui iiui j aav a plensiuit r The Mtock i CAKTriV tit I unro This season we have made ex wnni fcUO uciuiuius oi me most foatidioiiB array of Toys 1OU8 AIDUU1H Carts An im- i 250000 tutfty Vaau Staiv ToB are pelo i ran no ri n neewucre U ea at 1W Vi iv rawx HDAnLHiriio a une mat cannot be surpassed xvrrtiro artirle that GLOVES lU rc lug t greit you like to io you Louisville want an article tl ilo - bn i- - tnut i ii m nt bin khkn Hi ai would Wo have ainl it fur bank- tnm mlr Vjm you cannot get In your own m but is handled by a big concern II so drop tt K WFCURERICOCELE nrwnruutLoo i T rnT41Wat WfK p ffi Henry had received 111657717 hear from with four other offices to all record since the Jof This reduces -w fices wem eatabllanen in exceeding the largest amount district more In one day before by A Pm internal aingeuttheoU King out the false Diney forests of Norway 1 than 5 000 ftnw OA i on lit WLS1 kt R U ii mm niflv Jn v inniiin vi kn1 lluur ii V ouie It I no iVtrAirvi c Jau1 -M- stating your needs to MISS ADDIE B DITTO IlloV HlOl V8P W rl it iwivrriilna School hlgu M uicle 4 jwuncn- - um n - -In con Â¬ la self go emlng and school aovmliiB trol of the students The ofa reUl-U uiV Uu boadcunUU be a student tl Ud true free 0 We bring to you the new and IOfJatfwe t lr ii DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey - IullBt vol- - W Ii BROWN Irvington Ky W- U1M Purchasing teem LOUISVllle Ky CURES KUARAMTttU I ll VVY -- 1nl - mTiN bit the All ft t luotluiu of goviiiiuuia a ai lh 11 ou hM Nature 1919 Brook Street J Nihvllle Nov U I he mi iiguuiut iiiled fioiu i u here It muilio s ago upon IU uustne1 rt aomt da piiuoiMCe Howe 1 Mm 1 - I v W u ll J Lllli I Xi all N Xi 4 nr UjMB l VU Ihillpplne udaudu The tioop reception wete given an enthusiastic by the enure populace eclence to Cure for coughs colds and all Tujes ot the Lungs and Bronchial aafcto weary cough woni I wig- The so Is cut uut the rated the microbe bearing muais WW2-S2can of that tkUUngia -I BKOibranc era beastdand a Pleasant Permauieot Positive Inflamed surface most natural remedy PS bY leekKUawatecottCb f Wrf i 41 KiJlv fnMji lwt rrufi fAvu L i Min I b iulre V 4aaa a wewthy W - EKHMDGI Mews 1809 - Hivnii -- VftMwlttMM4hrfN LJ in i 11 i Y DBCIMBKR If giLMj eagaMMBa Iac a i brother Oua school teachers need to teach th bedrid 1 WisÂ¬ May In Herdlnebutg HMU ww Ira Haas eter fcr at II If Are you frequently hoarse mora wisdom and less knowledge TCM W aw MHM Mar nwf I th OnWtntr contest last reek Laral Knowledge Do you have that innoylns dom ia common sense 4W1SMUIS startes far at Ik raw T assets eaBjaajsaBjBwsBBjaBjBjBje tfklng In your throat Would makes fools of men Sympathy for our Norton won the nrsv p si an th s awarded tol Qoodeon you feel relieved If you could IMIT II ieVAKI THE WORM THAT NEVER DIES fellow man ia wl at we need to make ond rrrB Pnmpbrey Does your raise something giod and useful eitlaena KaMTuc Kve reputation a a whiskey us RaaM CM 14 cough annoy you at night and W would be pleased to ki rtbstthei i f Taer LrMiiinK usasto rtorn or our producing and whlakry dtinkine enter aapar t an onisr disraatlnoa it In Breek- do you raise more mucus in Rav Joiner paid an eloquent tributf i Nxws would reach every h or ask ng ut t chang your sririiass will not anahls The comio aa tu cnmpiy win roar r to ami anlrss yon ittili baa b en long ratabltaberi the morning J be tbe to the American flag in Ms temperance sturirfg roooty W brllsv trhich post offi e yoiir paper ban baaa going W ppra have probably real a d aa much talk out at Hites Run lastSundsv Bro neweyeel ooonty paper In Kentucky Then you should clways keep Could not othvrwMie ftmi yoar naaie on oar proflt on thia theme as aoy other not V hrn a pcraoa orders apapar dlacon Pay oo hand bottle of ia a patriot in more wsya than and we are wood lo hear Ml at and new Joiner tlaod he or he ami 047 hach dacs if thre ba rxcrpung the mother-in-laany Ihelawi of tba Unltad Mlee afford tils woman jokes O i thie account and that one protactkn to publish ra Tut BascKENRinaa Ntwsls a hrarx j Mints I da of the pfOttrbg election a word on the H Ktww His BsulBs votud to thalnU rests of Hroctsnrldge c anty and Th man wbo does a good job of ditch- Â¬ to Its neighbor g cntmfles It be leva In pro suJfit ol wliiskey mskinK ia iot ill ing ia just aa trainable to eociety aa tbe Mr O M Doret y mattaatr of the g s movi g onward and upward not only In timed That whiskey is ftrroetited orn aMrcaniik pursuits but In farming a wall It bs pteaehea a good sermon United Sates Lift Usoranoeiljponipany liavee In A ti a tba bit nietnoils to reach the juice everyone known but that the proc man who bast result and is an adrocata o prngreaa ia all in th in Ktjttnekyand Tenmaaeaa of con yrr ting the golden gra u Into Unas It is an eight page journal read with fcjter A bust man never quarrela with hia ooonty Hits week workiog up pis busi aat and profit by popl ut all classes and seas Its tbe liquid tbat both cheere and inebri subscription P ice is f i co per yrar payable in ad neighbor It takes times to do this and net This is a good eonipany and In If paid at tha and of the rear isj Ifsmlt ates is a nithy and nauaeattng one ia not eanee by aoat ofhie money nrdrr chtck esprse owner a wideawake time to tha buey man ia money Mr Dnsy they bav A distil often taken into consideration ocder registered Utter or i or a cant staavs J nnsiliog man who knows his basines D BABrlAOfc Publlacr leiy ia not a cleanly sight to look upon t Tux man wbo listens to tbe advice of and mules it a aucceav aurroundint it re nor ia tbe aimo-pher- -i Thb L A N ia atlll doira buiines at dolent of attar of roe- - and tha popular good women will never go very far out Tksy ShVt Malay- Hcoud and Main Loutviile rainy day ekirt ia the pmp ir garb lor a of the way bnlng Initiated Tbe reliing council mad a good dsal woman to wear when Man of Inrtt capital have tbeir trou- Â¬ into its mysteries Thb circulation of ths Nxws for tbe for tbe town in seoding John Vest to The corn which la to If you have a weak ble aa wall aa tba man with none Loulevlll- - laat week to take ufc four 1 be converted Into whiskey is fiVst ground month of November waa 12260 copies throat you cannot be too thousand domra f tbe abop bonck which ioto a flue meal then mixed with a careful You cannot begin This re Ban Powiri of Hancock ooaoiy la malted mush and put into a largo vat to he purchased for ninety cent Prd Mle of OwMboro treatment too early Each of foui thousand dollars credited witb beiogona oC tha beat to fnnnt After feron utation it goes Dr Fred Hale pastor of the Third listed tbe town cold makes you more liable bacco raaera in bm eotjnly through aeveral processes before the final Baptist ohurch of Owensboro was heard indebtedntst the nnnnl inteneat of to another and the last t one of pauing through the winding pipes with interest by a largs crowd at the arhtah ammnla tn SlflO one is always harder to It is a aiiamvlfat oonaplraoy of the aubtneraed in water where the odorous Baptist church Wednesday night Dr cure than the one before it Money Power iucrvaainic tba waae of decoction becomes whiskey Thia last Hales reputation as a temperance What Cigarette DM to Tata I toy 66700 workiua mm at ono 111 awoop process from its winding and oooetabt worker has gone abroad and it is hoped Sprixofield Oato Nov 2- 7- David BfevCClBBwf aasfS 1NB CSfvS rotations has been termed tbe worm that hia infiueno may be of much avail Hurley 19 year old died frosn tbe The total mont in circulation In tha that never dies From theaa pipes tbe in th temperance movement at this effect o cigarette amliog His Ifather Uiiitrd btatt a on December ltt waa clear liquid runs into the measuring vat place say the boy smoked 0 worth of cigar Hand V Help 1986030964 from which it ia drawn to have tbe proof Hia text was the 20h vera of the 94th etta every week He had ahrirah d up you sat ant complaint is of tbe correct Psalm If His token When tbe proof Shall tha throne of Iniquity until he looked like au old n whatever and desire tbe best Wi really do feel aorry for oar fellow order It ia measured put into charcoal which frameth mischief with a law have lungs were in bed shape and hi Wood medical advice you can pos newt paper men who ire up a reJIroAd lined barrels to give it color and sealed fellowship with thee HI first mora was very thin Toe physjeian opened jibly obtain write the doctor paaa for Goebfl Yoa will receive a freely with a stamp of approval signed by was to prove from the Holy Word tbat the boys arm a abort tim after death prompt reply Uncle 8am It would seem to a recent tbe aelilng and drinking of strong drink and found tnat tb main artery did not Address DR J C AYfiR Tmxm ie more bueiaeaa done in Forda visiter to a popular and prosperous still is contrary to Gods plan for our best de Â¬ contain a drop of blood It bad ilried Irowcll Mas Tille than any town of ite house tbat srtch a visit would prove the velopment quested tbit the In the With this point wsll es Up The boys father r atate Laat Saturday waa a red letter day best of all temperance leseona to any tablished he clearly defined the respon Â¬ cue br made public so tbat it ould in its hiatory man who baa a conception of his duty to sibility devolving upon every aerv at a rrarniug to other boys Clave his digest ire organs in providing them man woman and child to throw land Leader ATlftrilU i I have mora than one heard of a Juar think of 13800000 ttroae tone of with pure and cleanly nouriebmeut their inAience on the skle of temper-Â¬ man defending himself from the on-Year iron ore produced in thia country in this ance Hlausht of a Hon or tiger by thrusting good Tear juet oloaing and a demand for xraaaM o awnr A Co who NEWS AND FARM JOURNAL Xv forceful language and wall selected down rffle to- Â¬ eveiy pound of it For aeveral months srs have been an- illuetratioo he made plain tbe objects operating at wbarfmaatera for the U n Mt re9ort Poor MaJor gacbacn nouncing and advertising a combination and result of the saloon He interested Till and Evaneville Packet Line for the tbe artUery came to hia death In Bo iTia the all round man now that that cannot be excelled that of the the children ia bis story of the gin mill naat twenty five years have tnd red iallland a few year ago in attempting aucceeda beat The one idea man never BatcKxnairjoi Nxws and the Farm Jour- whose raw material is the boy and whose their rtiigoatlon and the same has b een to thus bold off a lioness which never aucceeda He ia a monomaniac Goo nal accepted Mr Ed ward Gregory will hAre- - thelesa managed to inflict on his hand We wish now to call mors especial finished product ia the drunkard bel ia a one Idea man Dr Hales address was the biggest gun after hav charge of the business at the and arm bites which proved fatal A attention to this worthy farm paper To Mr Orrtmiv wHI atlll rW curious story of the same kind cornea m nl every tiller of the soil and to every one tbat has yet been fired against the liquor from tbe Khaadwa district of northern TwJtMTY rouK cars containing 760000 in the tillage cf the soil traffic in till campaign and th voter rat th oil business as agent lor he interested India Â¬ pounda of canned beef were shipped which should be every one of our read who heard him aud nan take th respon- Â¬ Standard Oil Company for this city i Mr Bayiey alao an artillery officer missing sibility of legalising the ssloon must in from Chicago laat vrftk to the British erswe would say tbat you are l waa charged by a wounded tiger which army in South Africa an oDDortunitv indeed when you fail to deed be impervious to alt appeal he was following up He missed It subscribe for this paper A farmer try- Â¬ with his first barrel and the second Xmbarrassed country dealr 1b Sprang and Boston wholesale grocery filled to go off The For Mn Oaly A hrm in Kanaaa Oily Mo baa cloeed ing to make his calling profitable withMr Bayiey jumped to one aide thrust- I would like to make a MiUeine k contract with egenta of the Britiah out a guide of some kind is like a Bailor There will be a seryice at th Baptist lag out his rifle to keep the brute off How mucn can you Government for 1000 pack mules for sailing tbe seas without a compass Us church 8unday afternoon at three oclock cents he tiger it is stated seised tbe bar-to Cape Town is tossed about ever baiting between for men only It is expected tbat Dr ahipment Very well ils and drove hia teeth throng- - tnm aid Wholesale we vflll two opinions Take a gtod farm paper Xoung of Louisville who is tbe Secreta Â¬ close tbe account id being unable to withdraw them t Thu ia the firet time in tlie liiatory of one that you have confidence in edited ry of the International Temperanoe Com Â¬ 1 suppose you will conttnu to ku shot by Captain Harrison Mr the Kxwa that it has tailed to aet out by able and soceeesful men and by th mittee of this State will conduct tbe ser me have goods T said Retail tyleys companlon n hi death struggle the tiger drag- on Hint- Thin ie can awl by an unavoid time the next harvest rolls around you vice and the subject will bs Wanted Not a dollars worth - gfla the rifle from toe ownsrs nana Wholesale and tbe former delay in the adjustment of our new will rtfuee to give it up for aoy consider Â¬ A Man able There will be good music and aged dropped Into a chair th Jar caused by tn stock strut We heartily endorse the Farm a large crowd is expected ation preea -- r EunbarraBsed retailer No a the ground broke off two teeth Philadelphia by Journal published at to tbe desk and wanted to settle ilcb were imbedded in the steel Thia Thk Nwb ie indebted to J J the Wilmer Atkinson Company and ad Â¬ Holiday Rat try is sam to M aoaoiuieiy true mn How much do you offer Wheeler of Home Iud for the proceed- Â¬ vise you to read thoroughly the sample Five cants the profoundest respect for ut The L H A 8t L Raljroad announce Â¬ ing of the Perry County Farmers Insti- copy sent you by our request Subscribe AU right amid the oneml igth of the tigers Jaw and teeth tute which we publish in thia issue for the IIrxckxnridok Nxws for one year a holiday rats of on and on third fare enture to think It wanta expiana-Wholesale Mr Wheeler aa chairman of the Insti- Â¬ and get this valuable paper for nearly between ail stations Ticket will ba Can I have any more goods T London Sketch tute dfaeryea much credit for his able Aye vears free of charge Give a thought old Deoewber 2J 28 24 26 30 31 Ail you want and January 1 limited to return Janu- management and the successful results to eC s Dwt- o- TlU e Retail No 1 rising thia matter and send us your name to ry4- e village women of Holland take of the meeting at Rome How Is this I propose paying placed on our next list of subscribers be TB cents on th dollar and you res lal care to keep the tip of their to the Farm Journal LATE NEWS SOB tntn Marco te lace hoot ma credit This man offers you o Wx would call the attention of voters leb Is aa necessary a perfection in PROM FRANKFORT cent and you will trust him wlthl to a proposed election to be Weld here A Huax placard on ths chimney of the Ir toilet aa polished Unen and spot- he wants Jan 20th 1000 on the school question New York Herald building announces My dear trM exclaimed Wboli collar with ours This delicate This movement is of vital importance o the fact that during the past week th A telephone massage from Colonel D you are Daring too much You woa Is worn over a black skullcap parents and should be of moment to all wages of 66700 operatives in Fall River R Murray at Frankfort aaya tbat it ha have any capital left with which t fir a th- - oinae- i- ciiDDrMi beaa very When en like tbe headgear of a nun Tbe citixeua The right education of the Lowell and New Bedford have been ad Â¬ commence business again been unanimously decided by tb Demo erly women widows often wear a uDon the credltless retailer went h young ia the otly solution to the many vanced ten percent Thia ia in marked w bonnet over it A Jacket of dark knotty problems which will have to be contrast to the placard which appeared cratic Committee In session there to wav wondering who originated tb with a breastpieco of cream cloth proverb Honesty Is the best policy Lieutenasolved in tbe future We print in an- Â¬ on the same building in 1804 when tbe make a contact for Governor and dark blue border of the same cloth New York Observer column the proposed plan for se-Â¬ suffering of the poor was such aa to move nt-Governor other before the next General t the hlns constitutes tb dreas of curing a graded common school that will the Herald to advertise the distribution Assembly the women and the girls last louger thsn Ave months Tb skirts protrad at tb hips In a of free clothing to th families whoa A BtM- t- She Wouiant Bsms on account of the Thr to Stay A heads were without employment There la one book of Mr Steven- grotesque fashion many flannels which thy wind about Tux Anal figures of ths late election period of five year has elapsed between I know what you want Mr Spoona sons that I myself have never read them show that of the 406004 vote cast Tay- Â¬ these di iterant conditions Nor la th more said Johnny 1 refused to the body evidently a fad with You want to kiss said Mrs Stevenson many we oiac- lor received 108714 Goobel 191831 change confined to New York It is fait Mabel read It and held to my refusal l make fiewinwhere paaaani or prevails to the custom Brown 14060 Blair Populist 3038 throughout the states This la prosperi Â¬ On which account tb sorely tried it a rule never to read a novel the Vila a many skirts a th spare box Wallace Prohibitionist 2846 and Soh ty with avenge o young woman dared not send tbe impu scene of which Is laid In a bygon age will allow adding at least Oh skirt Tbe author always deems It hi duty uautx Social Labor 616 giving Taylor a dent youngster out Or the room Ex BH3SBSJHEHBBSSaBW to make hia characters talk In what iery year Tmty au area auxe ana majority 2383 Th inauguration of does not Thursday Dec 14 will b th Nxxt he considers tbe language of that pa the talk about dress therefore His Klip Into their conversations and on Gov Taylor is over and our chief Slate oue hundredtsnniveraaryof th death of Hod and I am always sure thatvfe at Boois they are at eteru l peace Executive officer has taken his seat with- Washington Mrs Hashlev You have been flirting doesnt know positively how they dj The day is to be suitably it one another tor no change of out the aid of the militia and with no oommemoratsd in various part of tbe With my daughter and last night you talk so I wont read such book I li eaa ba occurred among them for blood shed Let the State now join United Bute Washington waa the sven went so far as to kiss her Now I would never read the Black Arrow thought It such a unturlea and will not for years to hands and circle to th right In the snp first of all the great personages who fig- want to know what your intentions are and Mr Stevenson me Don hoes port of our new Governor Bonder My intentions madame are good Joke that he Insisted upon dedi H ured in th svsnU which led to Ameri- Â¬ Illustrated Trfllfi cating It to me can Independence to die and it is fitting never to do so again Ex Weekly Ws guarantee to fit your eyes Call Thb Nxws bad the pleasure of meeting that hi memory should be preserved Saoax sUvaa-aUi Mr Irwin lb new Passenger Agent for through all ages No more beautiful tri- Â¬ Want Wooing Disguised aa a Traaip the Henderson Route We ilk the bal can be paid thia great Commoner o tastaaaaci farme Stephen E Burch a man like lbs way hs talks and con- Â¬ than was paid him by Henry Lee who near Topas Mo i evidently a man of a gratulate President Cox on securing bis said at his death in 1700 that ba was practical torn of mind Recently he HI services He Is a young man with First in war first in peace and first in turned op in tbe disgoiae of a tramp progressive ideas He says be want the hearts of bis countrymen seeking for work at the farm of Peter to visit all the towns and stations on bis Qreenawalt nsar Huron 0 After X a pJsr road get acquainted with hia patrons To get Cbi istma In your bones you mere- working a taw week he and til farmers I learn their wanta and try to inpply them ly bsve to read our large and illuet rated pretty daughter Mary diaappaared ana I He aays it ia hia desire as well aa that of advertisements thia week Th mer- Â¬ nothing was heard from them until Mr Mr Cox to im prove the service accom Â¬ chants of this town and ooonty ar put Qreenawalt received a letter from his modate the people and help to build up tiug their goods before tbe public ia tbe daughter at Topas aaylng that abe waa every town and station on the road right way and tbe crowd tbat flock to Mrs Burch the two having been mar their stores and leave tbeir money with ried at Kansas City Thb teruprrance people should realize them will be sufficient reward for tbe Later it was learned that Burch had that the saloon men are not idle energy and mousy expended in bustling been looking up a wife for some time 18 lbs Granulated Sugar 2 lbs Dewey Reception 91 uor are they antuindlul of their inter for trade disguised aa a tramp He said he wished Polks Beat Tomatoes Cakea for 25c eata Thev are watchirg every point to see git Is just aa they really were and 1 8 for 25 3 pound can packages Brazil Cocoa- and usu g every inducement to keep leg Mas Euzt WmiH of Louisville a not on their parlor behavior He studied 60c lb Best Green Tea nuta for 10c islative iower in favor of the whiskey splendid good woman sends 2 60 for Mias iireeuawalt closely found that ahe iuierfWB Heinsa Pickle 6 doz for 25c i tils ia aptly illustrated in a two years subscription and adds tbat was s smart girl and floe housekeeper Finest CVi am Cheese paragraph from the pen of the able ediPolka Corn lb oan 2 for 16o tbe Nkwb ia always a welcome visitor and made her a plain business propoai 2 Iba for 35c tor uf the Stanford Inturior Journal Ion which ah promptly accepted Ex We would rather hav to her home 26o 4 lbs crackera i kltd Ilir Feet for 6o Hie pent i inieter general in hia report the kind word of the good women of the Boasted Coffee 12c lb eHt halmuii 16c per van rural Iree delivery is being vig land than to be Preaident of this great sav that tioing to Louisville 15c do Lemons orously oppuettd by tbe aatoon keepers nation Mr R J Patteaon of Ouston waa a who Hud that when the farmer is not passenger on the east Loand train Mon- pnoes oannofc b barged Ail orders Tu odes of th white paper on whioh day eu route to Louisville oou puiit d to go to the village for hi oooas mail he forgets and neglects bis thirst th Nan Is printed ha advanoad with 1 by Ulwphon will rsoetv prompt utuUon This reminds us tbat Gov Bradley say lu th past month about 88 per cent MMttag at Holt that sooif K publican saloon keepers Whll this will add many dollars to our Rev T V Joiner and H V Harris expense account we dont propose to erne to liiui rvith a protect against th I Iih hml or i for the election cf a tvu kick or advance our subscription prate conducted a temiMcauce meeting at Holt day Chapel Wednesday night The atUjn greasiiiau lc the 7th because the bare Tt nanar will haafirhl naa fts avarv WKnk Uno waa uot large but they had an in- - J Z wouhj have to be closed that day and sad wtMNi aoptfta daauauds It will t I tareating time eaeeee av e a ao h uy would lose on of tbe best days a leij or twnire utw uiftiui tiu uwip ftf hwt I LVIZ AvJLO t V Tfca aimm about ChrMma tia ay he Mold hardly trrnt th mm ly bat checked hiaieelf and told tleoa that would probaMv make m -t-omi any Â¬ way a the Mlows would be thirty star adsya fast and tba victorious patty All would bld feelllk oslehratlrs of whleh go to show that Iba alron krtMri think thtr bav rfahta that mnst not ha interl ad with no matter who else la hentVac a nA Aii tt -- It wil IX 11 wkly alfalMlMf If alt of be da thmrnKmrngmmm nM Thia want subscriber will talk to their W waam Sthoel ai iNlanatitl L rrfMaW T t IS fM h frld and fah oH get oaw nw ha We wish to rat an aaribar ho qutoalvaad aaUy Item at tba eterrubot coompHsbed Ray a ood word lot yottf fe fr WT Wm8mMmBBMMMXmrUMMm ranffi awaSatai atr vW Drawing Near to CHRISTMAS and stfll a great many ple peo- Â¬ bona pr and help It aloe it a em1 If n Hpberta was called 1 iMEy i I it have not availed themselves of the op- Â¬ portunities for buying their Holiday Wares Our fall trade has been good but in the few days we are expecting the largest business in our career of 28 months among you Every promise has been fulfilled and we intend to keep up the good work and our 4 w i past success insures still further success Look over this ad and see if you are not in need of something in our line HOSIERY Ladies a HANDKERCHIEFS - Black Hose 5c for Ladies 5c Ladies Black or Tan Hoae Handker Â¬ chiefs XjiNay for Ladies 8 plain or worked edges H black and BeamleM fast Ladies Ribbed Hoae fast blk and Beam leas Ladies silk fleece fast black Crystal brand full regnlar made Hose I lap 10c 10c 15c 15c 25c at Ladiee Fast Black Hose ftill regular made with high spliced heels Okfl and toes VU You want the best value for your money and our store is where you get it The SUITS kerchiefs plain or fancy embroidered for Ladies H 8 Linen Handkerchiefs a good article for Ladies Embroidered H 8 Linen Handker chiefs HS Hand- Â¬ Gents Handkerchief from 5c to 50 Dress Goodg the undoubted leaders particular line and are in this boasting of the largest sale of these goods since we came among you We are oo incnes wiae in iu col- Â¬ ors Come early if you want choice of colors for All Wool Flannels and Scotch Plaids 34 and 36 inches wide about 8 col- ors and moving fast q for about 20 styles of All Wool and Worsted Dress Goods in Crepons Henri- Â¬ iNSOVRCATSwofierat an God-foar-I- Ait0lny bmfiii i 20 q for Henrietta Dress Gds 25c 1ft Â¬ J Â¬ payr-Beventy-fl- i tlr are th rqnai in every detail ot tne Suits and Overcoat offered else where at 10 The Snits and Overcoat are great value bcanse they are of the famous Virals Brand Make and that means Hon Â¬ est Fabric Honest Tailnrlns Per- Â¬ fect Fit and Thorough Reliability in every reepect men-t-one- ettas Alpacas Plaids and Cov- Â¬ erts You cannot make a mis- Â¬ take in buying anything in the above lot Buttericks Patterns Strictly One Price Cash Only Not Hw Cheap at How Good - msikisfAAi THE FAIR- - Vsan Â¬ Â¬ All Eyes Turned on GtoYerport Here you will find the largest stooks and the most magnificent displays in four or five counties Â¬ laltlM Â¬ Â¬ Anything You May Want CAN BE FOUND IN CLOVERPORT Our n well-to-d- A Â¬ J Plain Un raM ished Story No Store in yerport Cap Match our P es yet vast stock is offered at first factory cost A new suit Clothes X mas Sfe- A new stylish Hat X mas X Neckwear Seems endlewb mas Sliced Â¬ STOCK OUR SHOE at coat nil ottored Many many nice things for ChriatmiM piny nu at prices you cannot equal iiuywhuio Â¬ ft tam The City Extends You Welcome t 1 l JULIUS SIPPEL CL0VEEP0BT I VRSTVFST 44 v- - Mlriu3S-k-- l SOLZERS Christmas Store A THING OF BEAUTY r kJTJLll A J t Vl Lrf JTA U -- SULZERS Christmas Store J A THING OF BEAUTY HEADQUARTERS hfeSftV SANTA CLAUS makes his bow and as usual Sulzers Christmas Store will be his principal stopping point Here will be found the best and choicest articles ever put under one roof embracing several avenues of Art and Fashion The useful as well as ornamental the things that will delight the little folks and the things that will make their heart happy are here in profusion not even attempted elsewhere and all are here at prices that will bring them within the reach of even the slender purse We recom- Â¬ mend early purchases as it will be more satisfactory from every point of view f awake broad gauge shop keeping Mediocrity satisfies us not doing in the front rank of progressive merchandising This means much to you more to us Were making a reputation That it is a good reputation is evidenced by our hosts of business friends six months ago unknown by us Today our regular customers and each succeeding day shows an increased following Watching your buyiug inter sts just now keener if possible than ever before Theres terse tangible telling talk below about various seasonable lots Youll find it interesting reading up-to-da- te Its wide THERE IS Jl BUSTLE TO BTJSITBSS it thats Were right Christinas Â¬ SANTA CLAUS Writes to the children through ub that he is preparing his sleigh and he says it ie brimful of toys that he proposes to take straight to Sulzers so that they might see what is in store for them Santa Claus then said to us to arrange everything so you would have an idea of what was going to he put in your stockings He told us to put the Drums Engines Magic Lanterns and all the other toys on big table where they can easily be seen So Santa Claus is He wants all the children to be good going to be with us until Christmas as he has many nice things which he left at Sulzers Christmas Store All Cloverport Christmas Store any how Il1lt1ll1 W at 11 Â¬ Store Fathers Mothers Everybody Beyoid our borders who can come to Cloverport must come to enjoy the Sulzers Christmas Store We provide Christmas things to give tho Christ- Â¬ mas buyers Christmas pleasure but it is our pleasure too a long step out of the usual yet the usual hero is never humdrum But come enjoy the Tho Benson has arrived when it is your duty to gladden the hearts of the little onos that Heaven has blessed you with For weeks they have been looking forward to the advent of Santa Claus Their eyes are gleaming with satisfaction and pleasure and the hearts beating with anticipation as the passage of each day brings them nearer Christmas Their richest joy is when shown the treasures Santa Claus is going to bestow on them Just bring them to Sulzers Christmas Store which has been transferred into a fairy palnce The Beautiful Decorations The Wealth of Toys The Jolly Face of Old Santa Claus beaming on them is like thfe realization of some glad dreams of Fairyland It will fill their little hearts with the glad spirit of Yuletide SULZERS CHRISTMAS STORE IS THE STOPPING POINT Be Joyful and Generous Our erppire of Toys and Dolls bus been extended greater than ever Other things have been moved to another section surrendering their long occupied territory to great Well overflow of the former There are Toys aplenty nudge Santa Claus persistently and continually from now until Christmas eve Hes evor present at Sulzers Christ Â¬ His blest ings seems to breed in the air mak- Â¬ mas Store HeV tho tenderest saint in the cal Â¬ ing it soft and kindly HBBBBBBSBSvSHBBMBSSSSSSSBSSBBSHMr Indispensable Things r - jks HuhRu f To Gladden the GIRLS SSBBSBJBBBSSSSBSSSSSJBjBB2BS8BBBSrad and BOYS HEART endar of live the memorable generous paron of childhood XH V ST mCmVBBskwBJ Be Joyful and Generous In The Department of Fancy Goods It is overflowing with the newest designs bbbBhBB9bbbhbHbHKibBhHHRkBS8f HWBfflsiPMWPtt aBc bsi Xy n aJHKBBSEUNBKKwUJHHKUUE f 3 9 Dolls of all kinds Doll Heads Rubber Dolls Rattles Marbles Story Books Games Tin Toys Doll SwingsJDoll Wash Sets Banks Go Carts Shoo fly Hobby Horses Mother Goose Rhymes Air Guns Skates and a store of other valuable things To make the YlHaBKvBBBBBBBBBHBBHBlHlBBBPVSlBBBlBHbk SMBlSBMMSSMSSBSSMBMSMIBBgggMSfHBaBSMSWiBMBlBL HBHaflBmBBVBMNiHnBBBSBWlBKiflnKVlPaiHBSrniB Train of Cars Etc Etc such as BHsslBwflBlBHHBSBranBvwBSSPBBMwlBSHlBMHBVL SMSBMSMBiBnrSMlSlSESSlfMSmyBMBWBBBS Albums Collar and Guff Bojces Infant Sets Ink Bottles Necktie Boxes Autograph Albums Mirrors Water Sets Vases Bisque Figures little boy have fun with I HBBBBBKBll3fiiBlBBffisBHMBHHu9BH ibmBmbmSBbWSSmSjBMiESiSSmbS IsMSMBiMBBflBMSMMMllS BsnBOslni3HBBHiHHHIWImlSsHBBBHHHI JHaVBbI a 03J113 ultlllS r MAGIC LANTERNS The Line is Simply Art in its Glory sHsBBIsiBsHIIfiHBPlBiiB MMHII rflBSnWHlifcfWirtiilMWkffr SBBBBBBBKFlBfiSiEBmBaSWBnK iiiJlllwllfWWWwi P r iitw Tit sWH 1J STTX iZElIRB ful picturesand furnish amusement during the long winter nights for the family that throw beauti- Â¬ Xmas Goods MUST BE SEcN They will show the Beautiful in Art liiHiiBBaiiBBnSiBBHBViHBHSHnEBnS9BMBilHBBflw9 iHHiPBBBHlHBBMBSBIBiiBBB9BiBSHHIH iiiiHliiBKHiiiflfliiiiHBUsiSllBVBKlSRflHBlBsBSiHBSR A MYRIAD OF THINGS FOR EVERYBODY SULZERS CHRISTMAS STORE WIMMIIIMMimtMHHIHIIIIMMMH W fc At SULZERS CHRISTMAS STORE Ornamental Goods IN GOLD 8ILVBB AKD PLUSH You are shown this year the most artistio patterns SULZERS HHRISTMAS SIME Without Tropical Fruits assure you of toe rrMhurt food Malana Grapes Oranges Bananas Apple We Vvvvv-vvvvvvvvvvvv-vvvvv- v This year far exceeds all other attempts to satisfy the wants of Yuletide Buyers To appreciate the beauty of their store and the immense stock on exhibition go there earl The Price of Health Is Eternal Watchfulness of the Food We Eat BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS H weiMili much Christmas Nuts and remain late Ton are always a wel-oome yisitor Their doors are wide open GR0CERJ KM CAMMM U nfwfftTS i UnnSlHlflS OTOfB llWVWDOn STJLZEE S xisAai 1 SBF niltlnf iln MMUMMMMMMIMMWWWWiWMWWWIWIWBWWMWW A MM IBllllliTraMlillliMlfliainWllWMilliMiriMIMaBiiiHMMM js Jrtfcfajt SMMSUttsW lljMteMallBlittafcitejU liiiiTli liniii iliil r ff it Hi mmmmmmmmmmmHm Breckenridge WEDNKDAT DIG News It MM t ished It poisons air and water of the eaaat of most It it the tvphoid fever on McDANIELS Born Nov Itth to the wila of Bra Wtmjenar a girl Oome to oar place now for ehaap goods and high prion tor pradnos Par stick candy 6 cants par poaad at Addison A Dicks Addison Ky Mia Elijah Bright aad family of Bath won vkdtlag bar paranai last wtok Mr Jess Wast Kirk was a gueat at Mr W B Rhodes Thaakagiring Mgat Mr John Milner of Fliraaoa Gate aaant last -- atarday and Bandar with friends in this locality Mrr and Mr John Dover of Utita Mont and Mr Frtd Fralae and wife of this place dlnad at Mr Prank Rhodes Than kgt ring Mrs Tom Wooalsy and pupils enter Â¬ tained a large and attentive audience Thanksgiving night with exercise well pet formed and applauded Rev Father Henry of Union county has taken charge of At Anthonys Ouareh Long Lick and will hold ser Â¬ vices there every Sunday and all during the holidays A quiet but pretty wedding took plaoe at Mr Horace Hunters Sunday night Nov 19th when hie daughter Miss Ned die and Mr Allie Skillmau of West View were married The bridal cos Â¬ tume was a beautiful whita organdie prettily trimmed and a long flowing veil We wish them great success in life ami extend our heartieet congratulations Mies Cretie Cannon who has been suffering with pneumonia for the past two months gave up her pure life to God on Nov 25th 1899 in her fifty fifth year She was the third daughter of William Cannon and wife nee Polly Rhodes and it may truly be said that she was a model lady and pious Christian throughout her life ever clinging to the holy virtues of modeety chastity and obedience She was a patient endurer of many trial and much sickness having been an invalid for many years Although her sutler ings through life were intense she ex- Â¬ hibited a cheerful disposition aud pleasant manner to those around her and her conversations were always edifying and intelligent For the church siie had an especial fondness donating a beautiful statue of the mother of God only a Bhurt Her last years have been time ago spent in almost one continual prayer for health and strength to be able to para through this earthly strife uudifled so that when the final summons would come she might be able to say with confidence Into Toy bauds I commend my spirit Lord Jesus receive my soul bhe died fortilied by the last sacraments of the Catholic Church of which she was a faithful and devoted member Her funeral was conducted by Ittv Fathtr Henry and took place from St Anthonys Churce Long Lick on the fol- Â¬ lowing Monday May her soul rest iu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ farms Tbo proper plaoe for animal watte Is la the soil at soon as It can bo fatten tbort Oar prlvv It bom to b vrn hidden behind some evtisjifa It it entered by eseaadins asvaral steer This leave an open spaa below Into which we throw loose earth The son tenia art shoveled Into a box which Is dreeaed to the manor pit Um oonteate emptied and well coverad with straw aud Tilt Right Way te Do Lltilt other litter so that the entile cannot come In contact with it Soma woald Things doubtless prefer to handle tbo ashes and eblekea droppings separately to be an pUad to th hill Fjr ma that would T lM CHICK TM mean mora work and extra expense I Tans dlrsUous are xivu by a larjra perfer to let thorn grow clover and tam Oalaeeo mmmlmfoa lions Kill by ing that under get better raaults than by blsidlag 1m Ui matttti or ofrsaine la bill manuring G G Graft In Amnrtoan yalne J th naek hang by Urn fast Agriculturalist hU1 properly Med Lear feet and FREE M9W SURE not head do on ami remote intestine nor orop Scalded chick mm sell to home trade and dry A Offer Previa Fall te Safterer Frtm piaked beet to shippers so that eith Â¬ Weed tat Skin Treaties er BMBBer of dressing will do If proper- Â¬ ly executed For scalding oliiolcens Ulcere Dancers Bating Sores Painful the water should be as near the boiling point as possible without boiling pick Swellings Effects of Blood Poise Per Â¬ the lege dry before scalding hold by the sistent Kriiptlons that refuse to beat un head and leg and immerse and lift up der ordinary treatment are quiokly cured aud down three times the feathers and by It B 11 Botanic Blood Balm the pin feathers should then be removed im Â¬ most wonderful Blood Purifier of the sge mediately very cleanly and without made eepecally to cure all terrible obsti Â¬ breaking the sklu then plump by nate deep seated Blood and Skin trou- Â¬ Is your Blood thin Are you dipping ten eeoonds in water nearly or ble pale All ruu down Have you Ecsema quite boiling hot aud then immediately into oold water hang in a cool plaoe un- Â¬ Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or til the animal heat is entirely out of the Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones body To dry pick chickens properly the work should be done while the Rheumatism 7 Scrofula Catarrh Then ohiekene are bleeding do not wait and you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm let the bodies get cold Dry picking is because it drains from the Blood and en- Â¬ much more easily done while the bodies tire system all the poisons and humors are warm fie careful aid do not tear which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure and break the skiu B B B thoroughly tested for To drees turkeys observe the same in follows etruetioivs as given for prepareing chick thirty years and thousands cured after eoe but always dry pick Dressed tur- Â¬ doctors and patent medicine had failed keys when dry picked always sell beet For sale by druggists at 1 per large bot- Â¬ and oommand better prices than scalded tle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5 lots as the appearance is brighter and To prove our faith in B B B we will Am1 ricau Agrloultur more attractive wnd a trial bottle free and prepaid to list sufferers so they may test the remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM II0W TO MAKE GOOD BUTTKR CO 315 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga De Â¬ I have read much about making but- Â¬ scribe trouble and free medical advice ter for both the home and foreign trade will be given Experiment Btations have been trying to teach creameries how to make sweet LOCUST HILL butter but they had better go back to the farmeis and teach them how to pio Held from IaK wee J duee sweet clear milk free from foreiitu Felix Askins went to Hardintbuig Fri- Â¬ odors As soon as the milk is drawn it day should be removed from the Btable Messrs Joe and Sam Beavin were the strained through canton llinne and Cool it to nearly guests cf Mrs Kaymond and Miss Treaea given a good airing freezing point if possible This will Crenshaw Sunday Miss Tinde Jarbce was the guest of drive out all impurities so that the mak ing of sweet butter is possible For my Miss Mary Askins this week part I prefer Jersey cons as they give Obe McQuady and family of Fiegah richer milk and more highly colored were the gues s of her moth r Mrs Jane cream My wife makes gilt edged butter Jackson Friday night without any coloring whatever and get Miss Maggie Beavin is visiting at Mr 30e a lb for it while the creamery is re- Â¬ John ileavine ceiving only 25 cents She makes exact Â¬ Miss Vannah Overton was the guest of II It ly what the trade calls for Miss Alma Goff Saturday Amerioan Agriculturist Owen Elmore has nvoved on the hill again MAKING VALUAMK MANUKK Messrs John Haswell and V B Bur- Â¬ For a number of years ten or more I ton of Hardinsburg and T V Joiner of have been making a manure or com poet Cloyerport were at the W 0 T U My barnyard is hol- Â¬ of great richness which met at Tar Fork Thanksgiving to a depth of about two feet lowed out Day All give interesting talks the edges gently sloping to that depth They had quite a successful meeting The floor is of clay aud water tight In- Â¬ to this pit I throw the manure from cow at Cave Spring conducted by Rev H L and horse stables It also receives the Burcli of Shreve The W 0 T U at Tar Fork is pro Â¬ chicken manure All the leaves I can gather and all the raklngs from the yard gressing very nicely We have seventy go there too The ashes from the wood two members aud a great number of fire and the fine shiftings from the coal them are good workers ashes are added The privy is cleaned Quite a pleasant dinner of turkey and weekly and the contents go into the ma everything eta good to eat was enjoyed nure piie The chamber lye is injured at Uncle Ben Bates Thanksgiving Day over it daily I also gather the sods and by the following persons Mr John rich loam which 1 can find and spread BaUs and family Kllsha Earvln and these iu layers between the manure I family Mrs Sherron Mist Vannah Over- Â¬ find it a good plan to move fences occas- ton M sers John Haswell and Ed Sea ionally and to plow up the fence row ton using tiie sods to increase the manure Dr lulls Coat Syree Is net a pile Washings in low places along the roadside are also gathered aud spread every day couf h raiuure It f a marvelou rem Â¬ edy fur all I he iroiihlaaoeie and dangcrou conpli over the manure pile ration resulting from a cold In the head throat I find that in this pit where horse and cheat or lung bold for 2 f cent oow manure are mixed the mass will rot quite completely in three months The Kings Daughters There is alwaa coisiderable heat in the Hahdinshuro Ky Dec 5 Sptcial pile even In the coldest weather and On Friday evening Die 1 Mrp It N this hastens the decay If sods are not Miller entertained the Kings Daughters added to the pile ami care is taken to at her hosp table horns in Hardinsburg spread the different material eyenly A most interesting and delightful pro- Â¬ when added there is no need of forking gramme waa rendeied the heap over as is usually done Hut Ins solo The Flatterer Chaminade if mauy sods are used they rot better if Mrs 8 X Pate forked over at least twice before hauling Recitation The KiiirVi Daughter Miss Nellie Hook to the fields My plan is to clean the Solo and chorus The Bonnie Brier Busli pit four times a year Fust at the time Mrs Withers Mrs Pate and Miss of the spring planting Second Mry Board after Messrs Lewis Ktncheloe Thomas harvest when I apply the contents to Withers and Jones Mercer the clover sod to promote its growth Reading Farmer Whipplr Bachelor In the autumn and about GluUlinas Mrs M H Beard when It is used as a top dr sting on instrumental solo Au Matin Godard Mia Klixibeth Brard mowing ground and also on the sod to be turned down for eoru in the spring Quartette Give Me My Own Nat i ye Il Mies Mary Board aad Mre Patr I think there is eome advantage in leav Mas n Lefti Ktncheloe and Jones ing it in the pit the three months fur in M trcer that time it m rota as to be an actual Reading Knee Det p In June M as Marv Niiaflli plant food for the first crop aud dw s not Scio A Cratll i Sung of the Soul oyer In the soil for a stuond nave to lie Mrs Wither wop The pit is not covered from the A charming feature of the luroheon roU for as yet 1 have found that no which followed the program was the lit Â¬ wore rain fails upou the maes than is erary sal id creating great laughter aad nssary to rot It merriment It will be noticed that all our aatias We wake our moat profound bow la both from Um wood and coal go into Mt Miller aad the Kings Daughters tbepit It is well known that wood who have plana d thee enjoyable eater aanas are o value Anthraoite coal ash Â¬ Uinmaets aad traat tba winter months es aoeUla very little plant food but they hold for us mauy ev linns rqaally plans nee valuable to lighten tb ground wake out K enen ana porous lor the air to enter Those present war Mr and Mra M Ws aim an the chamber lye and the H Baid Mr and Mra 8 A fate Mr oeeMmts of the privy Those add great and Mm The H Wither Miattu Al ly lo the vain of the ootaaoat Thty Una Mrmy Urr Board htnry Smith bain dwappear entirely and no man baa Nellie Hok flsibete Baajd and ever eeasputintd of either when eleaalog Messrs Frank Board Jonas Mercer the pit It Is well known that ibes sub Sferman Ball Lewis Kinakalna ami Tai eUnoes auiokly liaspper in the sol1 I lor Bab big They disappear as completely nod m uuickiy mnar uisoure pit while add ag CawtsralaK Cawe to the ValllS Of tb OOOtSUU It la eatlaated that thenar 1 1000000 A word right bore about the privy oow la ba United Btttea devoted to It u on many farms tad la assay vlll g i batter makiM aad that tbair average boiuNM m abeaslaalion of abaaalaalon yield I Its aoaads of batter a year or a Tbo privy ett should svtry vbar be abol total of of 1 875000000 -- B HELPFUL HINTS H MEYER afa afc X Â¬ Clothing Dry Goods Notions Millinery Boots Â¬ Shoes Groceries Hardware Queensware Furniture Easels Chairs Christmas comes but once a year thereby giving Old Santa Claus a chance to show his appreciation of the little ones Months ago he delegated H Meyer Big Springs Headquarters It was a great undertaking but we have met the emergency At his store is on display the newest and most artistic holiday presents ever shown You will need not go to any other point for special pains has been taken to have something for all Â¬ O Dolls -- or loys Alburn Vases Bric-a-Bra- c Fancy Cups and Saucers ferfume Brushes Combs Collar and Cuff Boxes DONT MISS THE SHOW CANDIES BANANAS ORANGES IN THE BIGGEST LINE OP CANDIES THE COUNTY j sw peact 1 Big Spring - X T fe FALLS OF ROUGH Vic Robertson is able to be out again Corn gathering is the order of the day Miss Jennie Greeu has a handsome new piano There will be another wedding heie next Sunday Col Green has erected several new cottages lately Sam Parsons and family of Mosville are convalescent Tom Butler of Shreve went to Hart- Â¬ ford last week The Chamblies brothers finished gath- Â¬ ering corn Saturday Quite a number from here moved to Oweneboro this fall Mr Henry Lake la just recovering from a severe illness Miss Jessie Stone was the gueat of Miss Cora Winget laet Sunday Robert Chamblies was a guest at Mr Bob Robertsons Sunday Pure stick candy 5 cents per pound at Addison Dicks Addison Ky We are glad to hear that Mies Georgia llobsitsons health is so much better W H fiureh of Shreve took sevtrsl loads of tobacco to 0 ffensboro lat weak Mr E Mathews of Shreve is erecting a new dwelling on his farm near Pond Run Mrs Sallie OBryou was thrown ftom her horse rroently and quite badly in- THE BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE HARDINSBURG KY 1899 I I gSr The moat centrally located and only firM claa hotal In the cky matiiag a ft oo rate Only emu block from the principal hoppfac dietikt aad two hloriu free the principal theatre Street car pat the door to of the city Kverylhinic aeat and clean H 1 H HI a FIFTH AVENUE I HOTEL parts First Term of Five Months Befins September 4 D p InBtructora Fraotioal thorough and enthiialMtio men No aohool in this aeeUon of the State offer and women superior induoementa COUfUBS AND TUITION Primary TaWisrsT IS se par nvotitli 8M war weak mmmmmwmQmm9iim9m9mmmm9m49m09em F If WILDER 018 lix irn r imnpi IllVIi IjAMriiULb Hittr a - Fonrtfa St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Braadanbnrg Ky Â¬ Intermedial Pranaratory 1 76 8 60 8 80 8 80 par month H Soiantiflo Olasaleal Mnata Board 1 76 to J HU HARDIN IN WILDER BaaBaaaaaBaaBaaBaBaaar For further information and calaloaui addana D S ROBERTS Jr A B KT President IRVINGTON ZDZEZLSTTIST m HARDINSBURa Evary WadHaaday and Thiiraday aft ttanaaBBaaV VHP 1 PlMirtii MokUlav iu R nil Mnnlli DlAottltw euch aa Bridges and Crowns a snedalty Laieat aUnoea uted Good work ataed agisrBBaaaaaBaHa PHanH ja iiWYrWr1flfnAriVtlW laVuXnjuuMtUVUUVV Â¬ jured Tom Morgan has had two children to die in the past two weeks of typhoid lever Win Haaeley of llardlasburg has been buying tobacco around here tba past week Obarlis Robertson filled Brother Rut ladgtfs appointment at Goshen the other Sunday Miss Sue Dunn Is very ill at Mias Lurah Parsons near MoVilir- where aha - CHRISTMAS WILL BE HERE V G BABBAGE ATTORN MY AT LAW December 25th I HRD1NSBURG KENTUCKY J HOLÂ¬ is vialUng Â¬ Mrs W II Obambliee and daughter Miss Mabel have been rtoently gueeleat Mr M W Stone John Oralis little boy vat badly scald ad Sunday by turning a tan katlie of hot water over on hluarlf Mist Maggie Bio baa returned from Ohio county where aba baa b en the past four or Ava weeks Albert Moxley aftd Htepbeu Phillips want to llarttord last wetk with the in Â¬ tention of locating there Harry Stum and Mias Lull Moorman at Oltndaana attended qrfrtetly meet ing at Union Oliapel last weak John McOorwoek boame insane last He baa b coins ajolui an I Taetda ihy will be ooigorlled to take him to an asylum Â¬ IDAY GOODS and at prie reach of all My line consists of Bible have stocked a beautiful line of within the Poems in 5BJAEBD TO PRA0TICB QASES IN BANKRUPTCY 0 handsome bindings big line your Christmas Goods Games and many other nice things for the little ones My line of Fancy China Vases etc Is not equaled in this market A big line of Candies Fruits Nuts and Come and let me sell you Fireworks Toy Books Dolls a Wood Toys Tin Toys Blocks AND ASSIGNMENTS I HARDIN8BURQ UaMM TRUSSES K23STTJO a J Swine M R j P iUfl wspea sn wwwmmm AKB UP LOCUST LAWN HERD HlGGINS IRVINGTON KY ii Weak- n raw iiiijfulanty aud DlllltiiOll IIUOOAO Vl oPLM mm ai SaaMarfMsa of Registered Poland Chin I6js M lliaiir -- mm BaaUah Beta aat aTnjauA Dia id aUattaJlla X i4eIC ataiai k rENNYRuYAL PILLS 1 UaUM I ChUhrt4r a LBaMaWaVriaaaJ Iu HaJ Batd life gry iiiai bins HtfHtt 4 mmd ton la aiM IUHr win At kt Luitouir Mr immi fitfhutu lrjteaa bMi v u4 4 MW JaaaBBBl BBBiarJL Vor oiti Men y or unit liiuloli puma f III Ilntl it ii 111 I III N li llltS to hrllB Ut a hi Uoluinl i u t ami l ly ii Nu mi il i n hi known i iu n iiiN tl tu I iioi I ilo liarui tifo In ioinh u til is ii lUltH IU It V MAIL Hold by dritggUta l aioiaeJolilAslcAL CO CUvtan4 Ohkx lUynwi Itrnaalats fUorMHt Ky Mnut v mmmt puis Il They orurcomo j i bhur ti jt mmVLVi tttieHtrfr 18 wmm SlMialbi tmm i f SSirSaiu2S w im uuiulmr liulo luijtur na ruiiturwtt xw iniaii Bulla Traw niiitrul U ISinw u wawiuiuiw ttdm r aiirPHicaMsMa tuttaU arsjiiAj UU rur Ultt ym h Jkl toot wwm v mrsir1WIP I lolon tlithvr iuituiu IiUik iunU Uu atU a Un Ih ly n llnti hl lollir iuiIuiI u riant or ollh M left III d dilwr truw hi jim oIUj tha uudM l Ito r Hw ear tttwiuucunMii aa4 Hit hard i htaded by Cnakmo lnn Santa a IT ill Kaif Traaien ijoiLlae ara pr winning Poland C Id a h g flvina or lit ad C omniodurr Sann aun i u dti Llciaaai of bl irlr- urult Pirc in J wv ttiii nulftful bH ltVl i anting any rerelr41inu mi llcciairtipi oeiy iiaver mil lht wsj en Rna un bh1 u Ms as frjat A lliar nr liviiiini wliWo Hrawrdtr- iiuni ivur l morim at tad for iwi gill bar fall ilu ibait alllplaiM 1I111 Call un addiaan of tv W tcil ah ur latnnt Nut we can r vice t hi p tlt aliiyI K v till age I WM 0 A FOOH SON lrvntoti ft NOW IS USHERED IN THE Joyous Gladsome Happy Time 4 I 4 lFRJU4 ft f ro - c MeNycgy4ii---gs3S--v- - W This is the Season when this Great Palace o Trade sparkle and scintillates with the rare rich and novel products of the deftest hands of the World when the great store of J ji HESTON WILLIS -Buy useful Christmas Gifts v A Have donned their gayest attire bidding a cordial welcome to all whether they come to buy or merely to see CO p fioltday Specialties in the Linen Department Napery is considered a most refined presentation Our model Linen Depatment can furnish almost anything made from flax We have on hand an endless display of all kinds of Linens In this department the public can see this T77lilclx Thrill Women and seasons richest and most beautiful DRESS FABRICS Toe sold at gpxestt recLiiction- - GOODS a line you must not fail to see HANDKERCHIEFS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS Childrens Winter Hosiery WOMENS JACKETS SUITS SKIRTS AND CAPES In this department we have oreated a big stir throughout Breckenridge Count - BLANKETS OO OOOOO SPREADS A COMFORTS AND BEDDING complete assortment t O0O0040O4e0O0000040ee OOOOOOOOOOeoeeOoeoeoOOeOOOe OOOOOO- CJCDIEtL We are the leaders You cannot expect your dressmaker to do satisfactory work unless you wear the right sort of a Corset One that is shapely and will retain its shape perfectly and one that will not break over the hips That is why Modistes speak so highly of WB f if JEWELRY AN EXCELLNT LINE WILL MEET YOUR EYE Br T V The largest and most complete stock of ii ill i OUR GROCERY TOYS Â¬ DEPT Is replete with all the good things to eat Tropical Fruits of all kinds V GLOVERRORT s Fashionable Purs and Trimmings AN ENDLESS STOCK E i X SKoqi a S0 sasaatai SKoqs wwiiiiwwi m ran We are headquarters Our stock is abundant in Dolls and other novelties MENS FURNISHINGS Our Mens Furnishing Stock is now complete with a great variety of Novelties in Neckwear Suspenders Mufflers for the Holi- Â¬ day trade at the lowest cash prices oeee04eeeooe t ST I I f Our line is too varied to speak of We havem STYLE AND PRICES TO SUIT mmamm w wwrnnw RIBBONS V RIBBONS RIBBONS CLOTHINGMiM That are amazingly cheap Cloverport Public The Miniatera Union threw Ha flienoe againat Jonee Wasnt that an i ue Didnt It take grit and back bone lo go againat state law Djntyoueee tw Mayor enforoed the law according to the ataMdovd of pnblic eentininlT And yet he arguea that good haa come of hia aw He la fine in economic atrnaglee b it la not ahead according lotocial prob tns Dont yon aee it la imposelble to everything at oner Ilia i lection Ku aid hie battle for it were the moot nota l that have yet been fought upon coar out iesaee whfch are engrossing the a1 tentlon of thinking men everywhere M I When you come to the City we extend an invitation to make our establishment irgKy Youll be satisfied and your keenest expect- Â¬ ancy will be gratifed with the values to be found in our Ribbon Sale Positively the best values ever offered to the your stopping place H HESTOIQ rtiH 1 THE GOLDEN RULE And Its Success as Illustrated by Mayor Jones of Toledo A NEW TEMPERANCE THOUGHT BY MR MATT1B QfUNNBLL f 8 The baste Idea now m mash dk easted partiealarly when Mr Janes ma lor Mayor of Toledo loot spriag or the ably of the State ao Ion than the hoppl BOM of her oitians whioh demands that the government atriot ladootry and dia eonrage Idl ncra la nothing new We And it was a leeaon taught by the aneient QnekrAthens wsa at on time B 0 fall of idle men who begged too privilege of earning a living Tba land of eaemtes t tat bad 1mm a overthrown waa divided qT late malltraota and apportioned to the landless oi Athens Three idle men - admlniatmtioa to follow the toaehiaga o the Qalllean and aaya that moana lo abolloh eafereed Idlcaees leaaea storva tloa beggary and erime We remember great hoatility wee abown Mr Jonea on aooouat el many of hia proposed plana and eepeetally on tfaia great and vital iaane la one particular the Mayor die appointed a aataber of taraear ooneel aattout people Shortly after hia eleo tion a eity ordiaaaoe waa panted oloeing p everything e Sunday Tbie proved ezoaedlugly unpopular and it waa repealed by the eity oonnoil There waa a a ate law however for the oloeing of the aaloona on Monday Oreat quaatitlea oi liquor which had been acrid dnrlng the Wk wr drunk on Sunday in private room claba and even on the corona n produoina an nnexampUd degree of drunksnuees and disorder Mayor Jena with the Obbf of Polio and a large pro portion of the dtiajne of Toledo hold the aroull of the Bonder closing fe jMblw aawUaaeM ao over-who-lÂ¬ - twine I v ware provided with aoeda toola and ani Â¬ mal with which to engage in forming Tba laay vara punished and no idler waa permitted in the market place Thar indue ry and Independence ware fartbered ami thn period la referred to ildtta Age The people now ee the ware burdened aa little aa poaalbJe with gad mom m cultivated pWrenelea V- TSffl fdlWlBfaglggj fttBata lfW T y V atrlveu to llvo op to hie motto of into otbere aa ha would be done nftto aot only tu the conduct f hia lih and Ota buelnees but lo tu the Koverniuniit Mr Juno prolsss iu hlr of the city lar with the people tor tin y Hal IwfewMwjwj irfagJaJ- isVbitMMjF fa war awpsajp gWMrgwBwawifMk iga an I whleh relate principally to munici Â¬ Now again aa to this pal government 1 quor traffic We cannot minimis the ill we rscognlsi lie far reachirg and Injurious Influence throughout all the rmt Aofttioos of society I believe that tithe clergy of the United States or a very large proportion of them would unite in an educational campaign for the purpose of Impressing the pnbllo mind with the various phaeea of ths evil and the relation It beers to the state and soÂ¬ ciety on the one band aad to the Indivi dual and posterity on the other it woold not be long before a great moral senÂ¬ timent would be created whioh woold sustain wholesome Irglalatlon aa It to-Â¬ day sustains leglalatlon againat various other crime breeding and orime produc- Â¬ ing ltflueuoet and if anch a crusade were carried on in a calm sane deter Â¬ mined and pereiatent manner its loflu nce would be almost Immediately felt Temperanot work la too often largely motional aad apaemodle la ehasaoter so that far leas has been accomplished than might have resulted had a different method been pursued SapposvaO la thsir ornaade ehoald make oat a aeotlble program apt a which lo embonee dJaene I Hmht Ota sJgB imi latwatiggaiajtfi tMjaTsws fWlwTTlw tfnaBWiBBjei iDHuence of the saloon in political affairs national state and municipal 4 lie influence upon society ft the relative number of innocent persons who suffer through the drink curse and 8 its in Â¬ fluence upon posterity If ministers would ably present such a program from the various pulplle wouldnt it soon result In the creation of a pu lie senti- Â¬ ment In the community whioh would sustain all temperance legislation that might be passed state or national Mayor Jonee threw the question aside aa it were heeauee according to his po lltical belief greater and more gigantic aooial wrongs and evils existed For In- Â¬ stance be stands for the right of the people to own and operate public ntllitiea aad the right of industry to be sup Â¬ plied with productive work aad he deltas that poverty beggary and erime can be averted by such issues being oarried oat Wall those are mighty issues whioh to day are pressing for solu tion and which mere and more are occu Â¬ pying the attention of wise atataameo ao lose than lovers of Juotiec and Meade of proareaa I am not wise enough to see tba way It is foggy to ate misty WILLIS c CO Krugers first wife who waa aelo a Du Plessis By Mr Krugera first marriage he had one boh who died By the sec ond wife sixteen children Of this number seven are living all within the neighborhood of Pretoria There la a very large offspring of grandchildren bat none of the younger Krugera Â¬ Irave Mea Fall Victims to stomach Hyer and kidney troubles aa well aa woinen and all feel the results in loss ol appetite poisons in the blood backaches nervousness head Â¬ ache and tired llstleea run down feel Â¬ ing But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he la all run down and dont care whether he Uvea or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any Â¬ thing I could take 1 can now eat any Â¬ thing and have a new lease on life Only 60 oenta at Short A Ilaynea Drag Store Bvery bottle guaranteed Oom Bethlehem and of tbe subsequent follow- Â¬ ing of the Man of Galilee Mrs MoKlroys sfyle is plosaaat and her story impressive She has chosen a theme that never grows old and we are glad to know that this charming little story waa written by a Kentucky woman Pauls Clothes aiik- uctta wgaiawagf sayaaywaiff wgmaw permitting long aa JJ aw to wewWas attvoded by no pnbllo diotarb smonptolefatof drinkthe the stale la ahlMnr of aad 1Mesnwiy Swa the BsaiateBeeee of Orderly Hundaya have been the jostlee prisons slmehooese ote th pneoerear of wawgajp sawgajsagi ewgajgp mi warn 4Viwawa the aaleoM to ha 4m m ttawajfc arlaat fyi gegjgJJ lwrwTf A Imb Oleax Iraja Yonr host faellage your aooial tion or baoiaass depends largely aa the portent aoUoa of your Stoma oh aad Liv or D Slags Mew Ufa PIUs give InÂ¬ creased etreagth a knaa eloar brala high ambition A U cent box will make you feel like a bow being Hold by Short A Havana draggiata The Farm Journal la choke full of gumpttoa aad has the largoat circulation of gay farm paper In tba world It hi good everywhere Wo oflhr for a short Mgaa at a arise to arrvaago geuriag gab-to law lava a In the matter of dress Kruger evinces the same oarelessnees aa do the majority of Boom and many stories are current la Jobadneeburg as to the Presidents ignor Â¬ ance of tbe luxury of clothes says a writOne that I er in Alaelees Megasiae heard waa to the effect that whoa In London attending theeonvoattoa of 1881 Kroger first experienced the comfort of a night ahlrt He took very kindly to it and waa glad to accept tbe offer of some half a doaen from a friend Oa reaching Pretoria however bo gave hia good wife quits a fright by arraying himself la oue the arct night of his return and appear ing auddoaly in the doorway What In the world have you got there Paul T demanded Dame Kruger la righteous Indignation Hia Kaoelleney looked rather sheepish aad attempted 16 explain but Mm Kru Â¬ ger did not believe aay good oould come out of Koglaad aad tbe night shirts wore laid away in a big ebeet aever agaia to grace the preeideatlal isawosM Â¬ As a cure for rheumatism Chamber Â¬ lains Pain Balm ie gaining a wide repuLife Jmt laved Hu tation D B Johnson of Richmond It waa a thrilling escape that Obarles Ind lias been troubled with that ail Â¬ Davis of Bowerston O lately bad from ment alnoe 1862 la speaking of it ho a frightful death For two years a severe says I sever found any thing that unlung trouble constantly grew worse would relieve me until I need Chamber-Â¬ til it seemed he must die with ooneump lains Pain Balm It nets like magic tion Then he began to nee Dr Kings with me My foot was swollen and pain It ing me very much but oae good appli Â¬ New lleoovery and lately wrote gave Inetant relief and affected a perman cation of Pain Balm relieved me For Such wonderful cures have sale by A R ent cure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for 36 years proven Its power to cure all Ftoher Price throat chest and lung troubles At tho Parte Bxpoatttoa 1 00 Kvery bottle guaranteed Kentucky will send a nee exhibit of Trial boUle free at Short fc Haynee drag tobacco to tho Paris Exposition The store display will be shipped to France la tho name of tho Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex A Roiawoa of the Stteat Years change It represents tho work of nearly Answered A Bomanoe of the Silent three months oa tbe part of a committee Ycara la the title of a tittle book whose from the exchange Two samples of la author Mrs Laay Clever McBroy vary variety of leaf grown la tho State now well known la this and adjoining are included In the exhibit One each oountlaa aa the woman who baa done of those will be placed la a class mm for much to Inerease the Interest la the laapeotlon by tho publie while tho other Farmers Institutes now la progress goes la a slno Uaed osaa la order that it Mrs MoSlroy is a practical farmers wile may be kept la parfcet eoadiUon for in and a writer o ability She baa a happy spootioa by the Judaea A feature of the home near Lebanon Ky and a largo exniMi m um dark toaaoao used by lor- family of little obildreu whoso teacher aigfl govaranisato 1 guide and counsellor ana to For two years in her life aha wag a complete la TO valid aad it was at thia time while la aa iBvalida chair that her hook was writ- HAasiasaoaa Kt Dsc It twteeiil ea or rathor dtotatod tot aha waa aa- - Aa slaatloa will be aeid to saajQtovwr- able to writa vatd aarl uVaeW kg g gMJkgkgtfkgfgto JUgMdaiM an 60s and w Buma saaj swaa aaw was Du Hassle a fgsaeue tothoBaddhlBi prtojlfflap tolls of too of eeoaaail ha levied fat tba putpom cli ggajtf AWoaa family of the same lineage search for truth by eA vanvaba aad of Bite is a niece o tba result of hie qi aesfak aaa maaasr la thereia la Bat Ike atoujMoJaaof that OjsnH bsTw wavauumj SswV vammur awBaWgeguj awgrnmyumnf uagg Bnamnammwsam aajgrnmy aa U9U wen t vtJi 1 MAL tifiiflii f Tfl iftniiiiif iiffliftlltot i i PERRY COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE MJiind KENTUCKYS Jasa9ers lesHiwiB The Perry m called to onietlfoHiptly all a m November 28th with 123 la attendance about one third of whom were farmers The good farmers Wires and daoghters of the surrounding country ami from Roberta Bottom back of Stepliensport and Hottl Boston Kj wwe la atea dance After Ue devotieeal exereises J II Groves of Rome Ind discussed Qrapee for the Family as followc The Oouootd to the beet with Moores Early a cloee second Several bare criticised those who can their grapes before they are ripe to keep the children from Eat them raw direct from eatlnie them the vine The more you eat the better Grapes do excel- Â¬ will be your health lently on clay soils bat will not give satisfaction on wet soils Prune early in February to two buds Then Dr II S Wolfe of Floyd county Ind read a paper on Some Things the The most important of Farmer Needs needs cited were more intelligence and farmer orKanisations At U oclock L D Creel of Angola Intl took the floor on Horticulture as He first declared that an Educator every farmer should have plenty of fruit The use of fruits diminishes drunkenness The flower leaf and root are curiosities to the children and these as an eduoator will enlarge the childs mind teach him Botany and give a trend to the mind that will have good and profitable results if rightly used The doctor is always the best customer the iruit and beery seller can find The highest minds the broadest and deepest reasoneii are always large eon earners of frwt He person who eats much frnit has ever bad a sunstroke At 1145 a m the chairman dismissed the 258 present after notifying the strangers where thev would find a good dinner free to all 120 ate at the dinner spread in the hall all others going to the homes of the hospitable citizens of Rome and nearby farmers f THE LAST YOU OUGHT TO KNOW CHANCE i BANK OF HAEDmSBUEG BEARD President WILL MILLER VIoe Prestdent M H BBABD Oealr B Q W BEARD Done at This Meeting of Indianastost APPRECIATE AbU WbcKM Routt are States KBMTUCKY TO THE Accomp faMflt ArofiMHit tlie United And Successful Farmers FRONT REPRESENTATIVES Ottoof tba finest boulevards lathe is the 17 mile drive at Monterey OaHfornia Mrs II V Doaeau who baa been gradually disposing ot her stock of Millinery goods will clcea ber doors Her on the 16th of this month prices are now within tbe reach of everybody Her reductions are marvelous She Haa Qullla in alt colors at one and two eeals apleoe f MOBRIB SSKRIDGE DIRECTORS J B at JOLLY INTEREST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS1 ft The cherry needs vary vary peach mast Rave dry land bat Utoqulaca vary 100 feat at tfla will aotale lltHt arailag Plums whaa arawiaf will do its beat oa wetter salt Daat Land will intwrot in fertility for vigorously should ba cut back owe half put a pear on sandy land but the fsaoh or mot yearn aflat tile 1m laid The Prune the poach heavily lo keep fruit delights in sand whilst the pear likes land will be cultivated more easily will close to body and prevant breaking tite clay By planting In the fall you gain stand tbe long draughts bettor and trees By heavy pruning is meant one one years growth ia this latitude neyer have a bad stand of any kind of a half the new growth The apple needs Prepare land as for a fancy corn crop and erop by too heavy rains or a long wet much pruning but prune when limbs buy nothing but first class stock It spell After land ia tile drained the are small aad in winter to make timber pays beet Prune the top more heavily craw fish will lsave never to return The growth But for fruit prune just after than the root At end of first year cut same is traa with marsh grace Farmers back four fifths of top This will givs a the terminal bud has formed Essay The Mothers on ths Farm by should note particularly this time of vigorous timber growth and discourage Mrs J J Wheeler pruning to get growth of tree or growth the sending out of fruit buds Cultivate The chairman expressed bis banks to of fruit J J W In tbe spring just as soon as the ground the Bmckxkmdok Nxwk for its courte Â¬ Succors water sprouts be contin Â¬ is dry enough Never put cow peas or ous and extensive advertising of the ued should be rubbed off whsn first crimson clover in a pear orchard They Perry county Inst He said lis reads a starting the sooner the belter but better produce too much nitrogen in the soil half dcasn county paper but the BnaoK late than not at all and thus superinduce blight Better to KNWixiK Nxws Is worth all ths others Pears should be pruned by thinning dig holes than to furrow with a plow combined out head and cutting back the upright Plant pears 0 inches below Uie graft aad Scientific Stock Feeding for Profit by Bhoois To make the quince fruit well thus prevent the killing of the quince P W Foots of Iivington Ky was the always prune heavily The near is in- Â¬ stock and get roots to put out above lis first subject at the sixth session This 1900 clined to grow too tall the only remedy quince stock Wrap and tie paper was the most scientific yet the plainest It is reported from Williameton Ky is to cut back Never put stable manure around trees to prevent rabbit gnawing and most easily understood of any sub that 8 miles of new pike lias betm com near the trunks of trees but away from Dr Lee endorsed and emphasised many ject of the entire Institute It was the paid for in Grant county this trees for the roots of any tree are longer points of Mr Creels talk Phillip Smith beet receiyed and the most able and ex Â¬ pleted and fall at least ten mora will be completed than the top of Prospero said to prevent the rabbits haustive talk ever delivered to a Perry and the county will have 400 miles of At 246 p m on the first day Mr N from gnawing you must raise rabbits county Institute audience The Doctor free turnpike road when all is completed Hinee of Boonville Ind discussed that have no front teeth long and con said P Foods contain protein ash car the county has now subscribed for his success in poultry giving illustra tinued applause bohydrates and fat all of which are that Burlington Iowa has a new steam tions of his poultry house He raises Mr of importance to the feeder Of theee Tuesday At 1010 Nov X8th chickens only Light Bramabs Perfect Food stone crusher with a capacity of 20 tons Creel took the floor to give a talk on the protein is the most important of stone giving that city the best equiply dry quarters must be bad To secure Small Fruits and How to Propogate stuff containing a very large percentage for road making of any oily in 8 to 10 inches in- Â¬ this he raises the earth He Baid that an old garden is protein make the moat dollars for the ment Them side of house and cements the floor A the worst place to set strawberries lean flesh mus- Â¬ Iowa A quarry will be purchased aud A feeder Protein makes well raised dry earth floor is better than lot of field land well cultivated is good cle s tendons hoofs borne hair and rock crushed during the winter and plank Never put eggs too close to the It should b a lone rectangle with tod wool Carbohydrates makes heat and stored ready for use on the streets in tfie ground when setting except perhaps margins to turn on when cultivating and energy the same as fuel for the locomo- spring very late in the season The best roost a fence to keep fowls out Raspberrh s tive The kinds of food and the percen- Â¬ There is a nice distinction between for young chicks until bad weather is should be set in long rowe Cultivate tage of protein carbohydrates etc pre Â¬ tbe meaning of the words repair and low headed peach trees rronts vary one year and then mulch with straw ev- sented by tbe Doctor were quite exten Â¬ maintenance which every farmer but average 1 per fowl He prefers a ery year Cut out old can s and burn sive ami presented in a manner that should understand means itepaii metallic roof if sloping to the north and immediately after picking Gregg is pleased and interested the entire audi Â¬ which has suffered in const qtenoe of given a pitch steep enough to be parallel best in northern Indiana Too much ence and are found in Farmers Bulletin faulty construction Maintenance to the suns rays nitrogen in the soil makes soft canes that No 2 J for which address Secretary of means to preserve the original conditions of At 326 p m Jesse Cunningham will winter kill easily Set blackberries Agriculture Washington D O Wheat and ward ofl tbe necessity for repairs Celina Ind presented the Perry County in check rows 6x6 and cultivate both bran or cotton seed meal is usually a In France every freight and market Co After ways close but shallow Protective Fire Insurance Pruning is im cheaper feed to buy than corn when you wagon is a road maker with tins from reading on constitution and by laws time portant after the first year Li grow at have an abundance of corn stover espec- Â¬ three to ten inches in width Four was called and Chairman set 026 tomor- Â¬ will the first year Next spring cut back ially for milk cows calves pigs etc wheeled vehicles rarely have tires less row for Mr J N Dodson of Don Juan to 12 inches Second year pinch buds by than six inches in width The rear axle Farmers Literature Essay on Ind to present the advantages of the out at IS inches high and in spring cut Miss Annie Dhonau Rome Ind is about fourteen incuts longer than tbe He preferred a general dis- laterals back to 6 or 8 inches Leave all company SaCONl 8K8SI0N Mr Q K Groves of Tobinsport Ind front axle so that the rear wheels run After the Beasts which was enjoyed cussion during which the following mer- branches but if many cut shorter In on Free Rural Mail Delivery said in about one inch outside of the level rolled by all Mr Creel took the floor to disease its of the company were developed to Betting grapes spread the roots out well part Indiana has more miles and more by tbe front wheels In Germany all The Orchard and How to Keep it the Institute Policies run five years on Do not let over two shoots grow the first routes of free rural mail delivery than heavy wagons must have tires at least He stated the mutual plan costing 2 to each ap-Â¬ year At one year old cut back of vine any state in the union Routes are 18 to four inches wide Healthy and Productive that the hill lands around Rome on both plicant when policy is issued No per leaving only one At two 30 miles in length 10O petitioners for vine The Erie Pa Dispatch says It is be sides of the river are ideal lands for oentls charged but a pro ratta is charged years old cut back to 3 or 4 fast You will rural delivery would perhaps secure it lieved that tbe extension by the Post were 1 repeat said he always when a lose occurs Sixteen losses orchards thus make a healthy long lived viae In provided each signer would put up a Office Department of the rural postal buy of your home nurseryman unless he sustained during first five years of the after years do not leave more than two mail box in front of his house Boxes mail delivery service will hive a recip- Â¬ has proven himself unreliable Prepare company costing the insured seventy two buds to the lateral cost from 50 cents to 9600 The 60 cent rocal effect in the direction of good each 100 insured and the first the soil as far a corn erop it is best to do cents on boxes are juet as good as acceptable and roads If the permanent plans are fol- Â¬ Next was Soil Building by E B O the breaking the previous fall Never year of of the second five year policy has leeby of Cloverport Ky and uncle Ed as safe as the 6 00 ones but not so fancy lowed in extending the service routes set trees in lands that do not contain cost fourteen cents on each 100 insure talked to the crowd just like they were Let the government know what you will be sell cted where tbe roads are gen humus sufficient to produce a good corn There are no salaried officers but the his children He baa addressed Perry want through your senators A major- Â¬ erally passable in all weather In some crop Always dig the holes for setting secretary gets fifty cents on each policy county Institutes in former years and ity of the senators are pledged to appro- Â¬ oases already the farmers have willingly trees before sreuring the trees Never for keeping the record The treasurer everybody knew when he was announced priate 1000000 for free rural delivery taxed themselves to build good roads set trees when the soil will pack or stick gets one per cent for collecting and pay that a good solid practical talk was in Those who petition for it will get the expressly to sejure tbe mail service and together when a handful is gripped in out money store something that would be good for benefit of this money The government it is confidently expected the movement tightly but wait until it is dryer It At 340 p m on Monday Dr Wolfe the rich and poor alike Mr Oglesby will not force it on you just yet will spread should be just dry enough to plant corn began the subject ol Increased Fertility said The Chairman asked the farmers to that stable manure is good enougli Tbe Good Roads Society of Ohio coun Dig the holts of a em that no by Means of Crimson Clover and Cow nicely but not abundant enough for the whole state or write bint what subjects thatÂ¬ ty Kentucky met recently In the oourt Bides when fully peas He touched upon crimson clover root will touch ths farm Clover is good but of late years it they wanted discussed at the next Instiptead out Perhaps full planting is beet very lightly the catch at seeding being too is a doubtful and expensive crop But tute If they notify him not later than house at Hartford Ky and adopted in this latitude but sprint planting is far uncertain But he has never made a cow peas Is certain and cheap and a Mar 1st 1000 he will secure experienc Â¬ resolutions endorsing the effoiU being made by the Agricultural Bureau of this greatest failure with cow peas of which there beet in northern Indiana lhe better nitrogen gatherer It grows in 00 ed and successful men on the subjects state to procure for the people of the mistake is in setting too cloee tc gither are 47 different kinds He prefers the to 00 days and is good for hay Whip desired Not less than 36 to 10 feet apart will black ones for southern Indiana but the porwill is a quite satisfactory variety and Dr Foote and Mr Oglesby tendered state better roads They also ommended make more money for the owner of the Whippoorwill is an excellent variety and Btands 90 in feeding value The soy Â¬ Keuluuky hospitality to all who would the co operation in this direction of the Plant short lived trees in each cheaper in the seeding He sows broad bean stands 100 in feeding Light frost go to Hardinsburg Noy 2tith and 30th railroads and of the Louisville Commer- Â¬ orchard baulk if you like as the peach aad dwarf oast at time of corn planting not too does not hurt the soy bean which is bet- Â¬ and hoped to sse a goodly number of cial Club They offer to furnish the road metal free if the railroad will give The pears or dwarf fruits of any kind do well early and plants with corn drill ter than clover for lroas Plant shallow Perry county farmers there it-- free transportation for a road from in baulks and will have passed their Empire wheat drill seeds them just and if the ground crusts burst the otust Committee on Resolutions reported Beaver Dam Ky to the Court House at Or he sows at last cul- Â¬ with very light drag float or something the following time of usefulness by the time the apple right J J W Hartford Ky has grown to want all the room When tivation of corn Several farmers pres very light It Is excellent as a catch HtmAvtd That the thanks of this Ineti of a nearby nursery Through the data collected by the trees are bought ent oertified to best results by drilling in crop Plant medium 2 feet apart One tuUt be extended to the several county prepare a wet blanket or grass sacks and corn that has been planted 4 to 4J feet crop of soy beans will store more f jrtll a papers and to the BaKCKBMRiooB Nkws Office of the Road Inquiry Washington for their assistance in advertising the D cover roots or upon opening the box or wide and then cultivated twice that is 0 it has bean ascertained that ths er than any crop will grow out next year Perry County Farmers Institute received front abroad drill before the two last cultivations of package when JUaoltetl That we extend our thanks to average cost of hauling by team over Mr OgDo not plant earlier than June Only remove one tree at a time cut oft corn The peas shade the corn and they lesby continued to endorse and empha the speakers from a distance who have country roads of the United States is 25 so ably instructed us during this Insti Â¬ cents per ton per mile For tbe same all mangled split or bruised roots and increase yield of corn if the season is very size much that had been said by former carried 300 miles by cut until all the root is clear and white dry Cut and shave off the corn and speakers Indeed bis was the most ap Â¬ tute Regolivti That we also extend our oost a ton cau bs water and fifty miles by rail It coats tbe from bottom of root sloping out and up then witli the disk harrow prepare land preciated talk of the first five sessions local farmers for tbe valuable informathree times as much to Trim the top ao that there will not be for wheat as the pea vines will be cut us In the discussion Mr Wolfe warned far Â¬ tion that they have given heartily extend American farmer litxolitd That we most over I to j as much top as roots Place up so as not to interfere with the drill- mers not to leave soy beans after fully haul bis produce as It doesthe European to tbe vicinity farmer baoauea of the poor roads in this no manure or other extra rich substance ing and it will act as a mulch for wheat ripe as they shatter badly Mr Oglesby onr thanksfavored ladies of this presence who have us by their agricultu- Â¬ soil in the holes with the trees in freezing and thawing and with any ou the or anything and have opened up their homes and oountry This drain upon the aid sow wheat rye cheat ral energies of tbe oountry will continue but always fill in with top soil close commercial fertiliser will increase yield to cover the ground after removing the their larders aad feu us so bountifully and lodged us so well during this IneU until tbe present annual surface treat Â¬ Cow peas make around the Use filling in every space of wheat five bushels my bean crop tuto ment is supplanted by a system of fun Â¬ around under aad between the roots and more and batter forage for any kind of HrtolMd That we also tender to tbe Dr Wolfe was called on Home Mix- Â¬ hole until about full tramp with your stock than clover Seed must be picked ofiioers of this Institute our most heart damental and permanent construction He said that there I attended ing of Fertilisers felt thanks for the most able manage aatlre weight until the dirt is firm and out by hand and flailed out A conference has recently been held are only three klnda of plant food want Â¬ ment of thislnstitute olid or if the weather is dry and windy the Wrriuk county Ind Institute Dec in Louisville Ky between Hon E G Â¬ nitrogen phos JUtolvcd That the thanks of this Insti Â¬ and you prefer a gallon of water poured 1st and 2nd Ths farmers there take ed in any of our soils tute are dua and tendered to Mrs Helen Harrison of the U 8 Office of Road In ioaead of tramping you will find it an deep wagon beds to field and pick by phoric acid aad potash Farmers should Scbank and all who bava so ably assisted quiry Commissioner of Agriculture axoellaat plan Fill at least of bole hand throw into wagon and tramp or make tba nitrogen with clover cow peas in rendering such delightful moaio dur Â¬ Lucas Moore ot Frankfort and Secretary They claim or soy bean and buy only phosphoric ing this Institute Willi loose soil do not tramp this soil Hall out as fast as picked Van Pelt of tbe Oommerciai Club for the During the Institute there was some furtherance of the good roads movsmsnt set trees perfectly perpendicular and to tliat this is just one half the cost of the acid and potash Mr N P Mines was called oa Bush Â¬ very short recitations by the little ones in Kentucky It was decided to bold a prevent sun scald of north west part of other way J J W Mr Wolfe fed and some rainy day amusements of a good roaoa oooventlon in December or sat or drive down a wide board staers ou cow pea hay and oae half the els of Berries aad How to Grow Them tree paok or piece of old flat rail about 4 utual oilier feeds aad in 100 days mads a but be said that be would only discuss comic nature Whilst the Farmers In Â¬ January before the adjournment of the feet long aad about one foot from tree gala of 160 lbs per steer The other Mr Creels subiect of tbe Farmers stitutes are not intended to advertise legislature so that lei remits may be He began by saying that any business this report would not ba presented to that body Mr Harrison directly south west ol tree set or driya feed was only damaged corn as wa had FruitGarden d iwn a wide board plank or pkoe of old in 18WJ He considers soy beans equal sweat potatoes are axoellaat to precede just or complete ware it to oralt that tba gave a synopsis of tbataaanar ia which fl i rail about 4 feat long aad about 1 foot to clover or cow pass as a fertiliser Let strawberries Never manure tba ground Rome Oitiaens Band vary materially tbe good roads laws were enacted ia from tree directly southwest ol tree It cow peas dry aa much or mora than clo Â¬ juet previous to setting strawberries aided in tba entertainment at tba nigbt New Jersey He says Kentooky ia tba la best to plant com in the oichard first ver when cut for bay Crimson eloysr Break the ground early la March if posÂ¬ sessions This band has baan organised first southern state to agitate for good for years It makes good shade dur should nsvar wperoede red clover For sible and never take plants from an old but a short time yet it plays aa wall aa roads in a business like way Soma lag dry timet Meet varieties that calf pasture co w pass and millet mixed bad Sat them so that tbe crown will ba Kentucky roads have already been leople Ilka and will buy if for market is very excellent but do not Ut the calves just above ground tbs first weak ia April years They would ba Ibanxnu for a I built under direction of Mr Harrison Tba In Â¬ aad for permanency and durability they II for the family use only eat very long at a time Mr Creel thinks Cultivate thoroughly and at onoe and share of tba publics patronage purposes select lbs klodatbat the family prefer cow paa hay the bast cow feed bs ever often until September bat not later stitute msnagamsat wee favored by tba have ao superior Henry Clay was fore Co with moot in building the turnpikes ot this B used Mr N 1 Ulnae of Booavllle lad Muiob with coarse straw at tba first Arm of Hardin Mattiagly Ported tries are disease producer are lo leavw every bito the fios fibrous drills eow paas at last cultivation oleora frwss that will boar up a loaded wagon free gifts of oil Jog lights and numerous 8teW aeelltey aad no brats ad lit thinks that they improve oora and The next rabjeet was Tile Draiaiaa wings ueea ia ooeorauoas xo oartun eotaihaf My ton baa been troubled for years Fiuor ruaeh trail of ail kinds leaving ha turns bop ia ths Avid as soon as paas by Phillip Smith of Pioaparo Ind Mr Mattiagly A Co keep tba cheapest with chronic diarrhoea Sometime ago the lateral only S to 4 inches long Urn are matured Ilia boga will cat Uta paas Health said that plowing the land too bast store ia Borne Wat has exhausted aad worn out aad I penraaaed him to take some of Cham- Â¬ and laava ths corn jMiug belter tops Blue fiats Paid Sear tor His Leg berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea At 8S Mr Creel presented the adveu made mora poor worthless mad loan all an eood lor fruit Ren Davis is the Remedy After using two bottles of tbe auav it sells beat I tags of tbs abort course in tbe igrioul- - tba crops that bava ever baan grows B D Blanton of Thackerville Tex to set apple p ilionlJ I uta ilnplylosn I lural oolltge of Purdaa Unl varsity at La- - Lay tile 30 to 86 iaebas deep even 4 feet in two years paid over 30000 to doctors 26 cent tlae he wss cured I give this not too daap antrst ia vary stiff and to cure a Running Sore on his leg Thsn testimonial hoping some one similarly courage i vols above l u union if quince Fayetts lad end v Dr J H Lees abject How to 8e waxy clay I inches is tbs bast else The they wanted to cut it off but he cured sffllcted may read it and be benefited Tin lima for than a i said vi having enre tba Bast Growth of Fruit Trees the fall or descant should bs regular It it with one box of Arnica Salve Guar- Â¬ Thomas C Bower Olencoe O For sale arrived ibis subject was taivnupted un Fir Year altar Plenties wsa oast pays to gat an experienced tile drain anteed cure for Piles 26 eta a box by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell- a an wbva it was eouilnaed as til Tba doctor said fa part tba layer to start you One Inch fall to Sold by Short Hayuee druggists Btophonaport Editor Bumcbhmmix Nm Dsak 8m faMawi eear The Bardatown Pike near Laulfftlle Ky Is to ba Improved wits gtfliaH Stoney Lonasorao If tba Mgaujttvc same of a free gravel road 111 laAaaa which baa recently been Jmatovad at a cost of 1400 The Board of Public Works at Louis Â¬ ville Ky recently announced that the Newburg road would be temporarily repaired with crashed stone and gravel for the winter Good Roads Conventions were held last month at Waukeelia and Manitowoc Wisconsin at which Generals Stone aad Harrison were present and gave practi Â¬ cal instructions in building roads on scientific principles Under the present road system in Tennessee each county in the state has as many road commissioners as there are civil districts in ths county elected every two years Tbe terms of tba ares eat commissioners expire in Aagust at 10 easts bunch Bar HMnas are reduced hi tbe same prooortloa TIPS HATS T D Rentrow DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIALTY There are only a few trimmed bats left in her stock and those she offers to tbs public at wonderfully low figures They range from 60 cents to 2 00 Mrs Duncan will positively close her establishment on the 10th so this opportunity will be before the people for ton days only OFFICK OVaTf Heston Willis Gos New Store DONT NEGLECT This chance but call and avail yourself of these unheard of bargains OLOVBRPORT KY Drug Store Offle In Ksar of Moorman 4 Owana SALE OF VALUABLE LAND A rare okanoe to obtain a good and well improved farm Dr J L MOORMAN of three hundred and eighty five aoree well timbered and Dentist Guarantees satisfaction in all kinds of Dental work CLOVBRPOKT KY L within three mile ofOloverport of the oity Ky and near the Aa the adminis- Â¬ Â¬ Tar Springe trator of the estate of Teter Dhonau deceased I will offer J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Cloverport on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Â¬ at private aale the foregoing tract of land on easy terms to a good and reliable purchaser Â¬ Â¬ For particulars oall on me at Cloverport Ky or address me by mail Casper May Everything tbata good in o Miohakl Hamman GANNELTON INI LIFE ACCIDENT JFIRE INSURANCE Â¬ Holiday Goods Candies Fruits Fire Works e Furnished by GEORGE H CASPEKKE Jewelry aad iMaraaos BRAKDBKBURQ 8AMTY KENTUCKY CoMFORf pj Lons and Mm Packet Line Fast Mall Line Between Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS B G RAGON F M RYAN W A BISHOP Mar TARASOON Â¬ We have bought from the manufacturer and direct can give you bot- Â¬ tom prices Open about th 10th Pwtmt D U FKHNY Mmmt LT ONNKR PnrMr TELL CITY R HBAlXARDMr W B NKWBEIX Tur r P D STAGGS Â¬ THE Daily except Sunday between lonivllle mid new ABiwraM Fraliflit thtDMd be Ihl line delivered trucker tfeaa by rail Traveler will And lhe learner are unur aaaeed Ik equipment and araMnmndallone Tor Met cullaarv are emploeod aa cook and thiend la equal la thai of me Reethmria Oenerel oflkea iju and 178 Fourth Aveini JouUvllle ECLIPSEHOLIDAY Buy something substantial such as a nice 1 - W W IIITK 1 PENNY BuireriBteMlsiil V WiUuxa T P A Owfimltoro Ky si - WA WAUIN H 0 SSAIO GOODS WALKER BOARD Â¬ DENTISTS Grown Bridge and Plate Work ALL KINDS OF FILLINGS GOLD WATCH HARDINSBURG - KY Â¬ DIAMOND KDTa BO YeTArte Piior Set of Silver A XPERIENCE life Ijistturaooe Policy to Dcsionb OoVRiarrra Ac your wife and children xntkes a noble gift Track Mark a Geo Casperke Jewelry and Inauranoe BRANDENBURG KY Anyone MBdlnc a eketeb and description may lakielr aaoartaln our optnl m Ire whether an ivenllon la probably patentable fommunica- tnout ouiiadentlaL Uandboofc on Patent aant free Oldeet annoy fur Mourinc patanta Pateul taaen tnruuin Mumi A Co raoaire aaenai necica without onarge tu tne WANTED 10 GOOD MN To Act 4s Agents TERMS MADE KNOWN BY APPLYING TO THE HIGHLAND NURSERY ClOVIRPORT Ijireeat etr A handaoajalr lltaetntted weekly eaaulon of any adantlng louiual Ternia 19 Sold by all newadaeler rear J tout Biontha SckttMic American t MUNir mm Otoe nrirt New WMhuictoti oC ftrl d0e aaat J MIS BINHUM aa at Bars 1 naca aaaa riT sun at si Jsii rr BUYS A 350 Mil WM Dif ua I lt iV Â¬ ZSJBST1 Casatwftsatfc ANTRIM SKVKKAI HHKHT ANP INKS1 urwil 10 rrpraMii u a Mm in thlaad iAom br ioummm Salary 4Vju Hr aud expense year atrugai bmui ad nu no lees alary PoaiUnu Deramnenl Dur caoaa ant Mak la aa town It a maiei oSci t koeae HefemKe Caelaae utiraa omcmi ir ruuiw nwieeii MMt hi year t factory anil MM uyyiurureaireueerl Irtr f I H ml cipreaa ehaqn lurbojriit Tall INII MIIT IKITI eT id t ut if akri aaal ira rail Ulo ltli Mil LIIUT eate IWM pH a laiaa lib u Ulartntc aaaalal mi mii rnMlse el Bal tula tMiaMn iirai huiiduiue aatlani Una lulUa Hula uifaaaw I liilra twin iia awTaear aaSa KaWat auaal rala ralaat Ilk u bus irfcrMil w mU 9immjm 4arWwaitlt a laVWTBf rBJffJ JaarSaa PJ rilltrrH fa- - aWaaaJ ltWaM He tK MIMtasj mill aaa oiifaU ffiMllM It Villi platoe tab niitntiiT full iimiruLiUm iitftwMir IM Mm Wit sBasl t r4r IWi HH Awnm IDawsiMWiMiiM avlBvel avs- fc blthy lT IiiniuaUva sl c mmmmi IHW en I aujee jLriran u laeklae Uelyoue Vm wMaeadrosi WCK CO jlaa WHSaas t i it V jr ltV - Stf tlhmM mmkwrwTr aim tm iiMwmmwmnmm MaV rWFv si Btephensport Â¬ i V fnliijlwi AT OMBISIS 1W9 Ida Wile Ma Srs Prad Frslss want to Lonlstllle MonÂ¬ MaMs at day yearsTutts Pills have abteuingtothe invalid the sick mans friend Friends Best John Heatoa burg pnt Sunday Hardina- Mr Forrest Hay nee waa in town Saturday Little Miss Eetells rfeubsuer is quite Â¬ sek Pel z Elder want to Louisville Mon day Early buyers will find real bargains at mat JCnown Fact headache dyspepsia ABSOLUTE CURE S Liver PILLS h malaria constipa all kindred diseases DUuya Fioai assortment of oakea at tbe City ie News in Brief f 444444 liters I s4 efaould Augustus Brown of Hsrdinsburg waa in town last wewk tis to try DHojra on holiday Frank Bartles of Bkllman spent Mon Â¬ day at LoulavilU tolls tha prioa sails Se Miss Djra Barry hss aooepted a posi tion In the Niwa offlof Baker of Osjensboro was here Tillman Pauley ia recovering after a savers snail of illness Final Judgment iltbaadqasftaa for yoorholi- Judge Teber of Hawssville wsnt to Mr McOans and familr who have had Frankfort Monday evening charge of tbe Hotel Midway will vacate things for eyary pane at Mr 0 H Wilkeaon of Evanaville ia this wssk and move into the two visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas McOooJ story froms building oa the corner of rariety of dalla at tha City Alfred Heaton and Will Marshall of Main and Third Hardlnaburff were in tlS city Sunday Bro Mcrie Methodtet preacher stop Mllner ol Pateatrllle was In A H Davie pastor of tha M E eburch ping with BO Galloway wai present a lay at Uardnsbnrg waa in town Wed nee the Baptist prayer m eiiog VVlrflay evening and waa invited to prvach lie 0 Sbsllmaa of Stepliensport ds y Farm Jnurnal for tha balance of 1809 itdara last week Buy your eatables for Ohrietmae at tb did so prVMionng quite au ahf aermnu aud all of 1000 1001 1002 and 1903 near- Th birthday party given MUa Cjik j ly nv years to every subscriber who fils Kapeare la still at tbe Norton City Bakery r bo la Improring rapidly Big Bend will Beat by ber parents aom time ago was will i ay one year in advance for the Mini Pearl Ben bam of fnomaa Gear of Kansas apent a viait thla week the boms of Mr and Mr overlooks I by the correspondent for lMtcKXKMoas Nsws No better farm Quite a number paper than he Farm Journal This off which we beg pardon L O Addison tin at Lonia last week of young people were presont and reort i r ia only made to a limited number Hi LUUe Saott of Hardinebara Air Buna see them boys and youll the first who come forward a good time iof Mrs W B Butledge want one at Mnlsers kBawesrille band raa bare Tnee-Miss Bernice Wheeler of Hardin Fruiia candles st the City Bakery There ia more Catarrh in this section it and tbeir masio waa eojofed Grave Ind ia in tbe city vlaitlng Miss of the country than all other diseases Farry who is confined to bia Annie Hambleton put together and until the laat few School District Election BHECKENKIUOE COUNTY eSrftb a brokan leg la getting along Mr and Mra Jake Hank of Holt years it waa supposed to be incurable KENTUCKY Trm Nov i 1894 K M spent Friday in towD the gueata of Rev For a great many years doctors pro- Joily and otbar On Petition Ataraaular una of toll court held oa h ath day of Nortmbtr nounced it a local disease and prescribed 1800 it appearing that a paiitioa sigud by R M A Wadding and daughter of and Mrs T V Joiner W O Banuey W B Oardnar J Atkic wars in town Wednesday shop- Toya of every description at the Oily local remedies and by constantly fail Jolly Jonas Lyona R Smith Jihn Muualmaa on ing to cure with local treatment pro- J B Hcndaia Paul K Kroac R a Bandy and Bakery waa And tegScience has others term of thiswith the county Judga at acom Â¬ nounced it incurable court asking that a graded ular Mary Smitb of Hardinabarg was Mr 0 L Oornwell oi Louisill waa mon school district be oigantaed wiih its boundary of Mrs George W Short Taea- - in tbe city laet week looking after bia proven catarrh to be a constitutional as follows to wi Beglaning at the Meade County diaeaae and therefore re qui roe constitulaw naar MUey Uoweds thaacu to Sim Paynes intereats below the city DowtUa thcace to O Bailey tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure thence to AlonsoSuyutaa or W b J Hardaways thence to H I Minnie Murray of Hardinaburg Mr M de Lang of New York City manufactured by F J Cheney fc Co theuce 10 n Washingtons thence to Mrs c mjnda jjbe guest of Mra Etta Evans this waa the gueat of Miss Nellie Burks Toledo Ohio ia the only constitutional Jthoaee theace ta V GieenwiUa not to to Jona hiutf thence to Mrs K F Wathtas thence Wednesday and Thursday Akers thence noith to lbs Meade County line Â¬ cure on the market It ia taken inter- thence to Taylor Uuwells thence back to Mtade Lucille Sterett and Mr Ed Kelly New grass mattings at 8ulaer nally in doses from 10 droits to a tea County line thence with Meade County line to the bsginniag to swearlUe spent Tuesday evening It acts directly on the blood and all aside Include all the aboe iiaasj place Mrs Dix and daughter and Mra Helm spoonful Its boundary being tbe prcaent Com turn J It District Ne Oi alo from Stepbeneport were the guests of and mucous surfaces of the system They mon achoulCommon School Diitnctlh No j of ft ap Wimp from of Philadelphia Mrs Win Minor laat week i Margaret Algood offer one hundred dollars for each cane peariig however that the said J R Wimp by hs exceptions Bleu in this actiobjcta to being In Strive Tomorrow to visit Mrs James Mr and Mrs Morgan Fontaine and it faila to cure Send for circulars and cluded within the oouadary of the proposed graded school dlktrkt it is ordeed that thui part ot his r children are viaiting Mrs Fontaines testimonials Address mrm lyinu in District No 54 - and the sjme ia ex Co Toledo 0 cluded bom the proposed graded school dutrictaod F J CHENEY bave the atcck that will please mother Mrs Hannah Hardin the boundary ot said uitrLt shall be throuah aaid JfsTSold by Drugurists 76c Wimps land tbe same a the preaejit line beiwita Presents lor old- - and young at r Have you sesB those beautiful Xmas Districts No 54 and 61 and tne site 9 the Khool far house of aaid proposed dutikt be Irviagton Ky gifts at the City Bakery A nice Christmas present a pair of which site ia ceriilLd to be not ectedtg two and manager of the Ohio taa Harriaon one from aay part the boundary ot the L T Reid who spent tbe Thanksgiv- gold or god filled spectacles from Short said naif miles district and itofappearing proposed also mat Telephone Co spent Sunday at ing holidaye with his parenta at Bncyrus A Hayues aaid petiUoasrs are taxpayers legal uin and resi dent of the propotea liradcd comnru school dis- Â¬ oro Ohio returned home laat week trict and of the Btwlctviiie magisterial distrkt Wants the No a a No 4 ot this cuuaty and it lurtber appearing that Will pay you to yisit Addison A fireman on the Andrew Severe tbe Count suueriitinuent has endorsed oa said oa atora and uka a peep at their Colorado Springs Dec 5 1899 Ed tltion his approval of same and that a majority of Branch spent Sunday with his par oaiuici mat itor I judge yon will be surprised to re- Â¬ tee iruMm n cacn nnann kcuoui graded com- Â¬ foods ante Mr and Mra D B Severs wig be embraced within said proponad ceive evn a short letter from m Ws mon scnoul district in whole or in pa t have en Â¬ P Babbage of the American Hate ahoea and ahlrta are appropriate dorsed th ir approval on said pstititm aa provided 06 made hu uanal vialt to thia gifts for Xmas Sulaer oarrlea tha stock get our News every Friday here and aa by law and the Court being auracleml advised VB mine didnt come laat week and being orders laat neriby Burton theto be iff otathis county y cause be and ia directed pull to be from which to make your sslcction afraid it might continue to fail ma I opened aad an election to be be at Irving ton on d lamps are useful as well Mrs Louis Adams of Louisville came Lwrite you to please see that it is alwaya taa sola uay of January 1901 ti e name being tony days or more alter the entry of this oidtr lor the ornaments Come and see down Wednesday to see bar mother purpose ot taking aent Please send me laat weeks iasus votets residing w ithinthe sense ol the leaal white jyguys the boundary of the said pro Mra D V Wilson who baa been ill too You can hardly imagins how much posed graded common sch ol district whether Hiorge Bentley and sons of there shall be levied and collected an aanaal t is of Mra Bridget Flood Mrr Carrol and I mies it I alwaya look forwara to Fri- twraty flva sJ cents on each in hundred dollars wax kbe guesta of Mra F N Mrs Camay who realde near Stephens or therein day wbeu I will get it and have felt lost ol pr prty value by white subject -to Maioae county pc and dof edneeday taxation owned port ware in lown laat week abopplng all thia week I appreciate tha Nswa lar ol poll taa on each white male inhabitant of said proposed graded common n hool distikt over Mabal Staratt of 8killman waa mor than ever before and will lay down twenty one yeaiaof ai- lor the purpose of cstab A beautiful line of trunks atSulsare maintaining 0 sua jonn mom irom sun common of moet anything except a letter from borne lisking aad provided ii a graded 100 to ijo achoul Ex Representative Jack Tindl therem aa of Ih Scitu n Wednesday ormv girl to read it Common NJiool law The ofhiers ol wid election Hancock left Mondsy evening for Frank will also cause the leg vowia of said propoaed Crawford one of Stephens-- fort to attend tha inauguration of Taylor I like this place very much The graded commoa school oitncl lu JUta vit rix person - Ih amaa SUV eww simply fine we havent to be trustees ol aauie in cave taid tax shall be apsjysBiawsug Ed Murr and wife nee May Con- weather has been proved The officer ot said it otiou will make J any cold weather yet I am dark returns in due form uf the result ol same at the earBoth Bayncs nor of Rome Ind spent several days had liest day practicable and thli aui i continued is an opportunity for you ladiea bare last week tha guesta of Mr Connor ing at the Elk hotel and like tbe work WM AI1L PI U C C Acosii Attest V WIN ClNNIKOllAM Llrlt a they are selling a handaome very well I have works every day Your mouth will water upon entering NOTICE ia herev give thu in obedsjnee to for only 3 have a pass the above order of the County C ur of Hreikeaiidge SulsVe grocery department It ia re since I have been here upon Pikes Peak and ITave been Count will hold an election al the time and place JO spend ten minutes with m plete with all tha goodjhlnya k lor offered a rig whenever I wished to drive indicated soliom utociosaid aomerto 4 Iuelo ken may you new deeJgu for every Ss noes who Ibepurp lu et are to a4 the points of interest Everything vote wh all white males ver twi nty oue eers uf pises DHuy- the age have been r aidant ol he proposed grad A 8VBS CUB FOB CROUP on bear here is mining t might write ed common school district lortuiy day and uf the a Is m nlaee where your dot- cosaty for six months and ths Ntate one year pre de dotble duty Come and see Twenty five Tears Oonstsnt Vis vou a long letter but thia ia sufficient ceding tha day of the election V H HU11TON DswassberSlh iSog Do not forget my paper Ri memb me stock oi holiday goods aheriff Bre knridge County Without a Failure to all Youratruv Smith who conducts tbe most Hbbbbut M Bkabo Qreded School District Election hostelry along the Ohio was The fl flt indication of croup is hoaree BRKCICkMIItK COUNTY KENTUCKY gular from Stsphensport laat week Itrm N 7 1809 John D nas and in a child auject tothatdiaeaee To Please tbe Little Ones tin 1ititi n Atenegular naDDaae ana otner ail of the advertisements in tbis it may be taken am a snre sign of the ap Term f this ourt held on tin 17th day of Novem 12 Mpecial Haboimsbubq Ky 1809 earefoily and then deoide where p roach of an actact Following this -- Mr ami Mr- - Thomas J Whi fi Id who ber McCo itJ appealing that a petui n K ilgned by hnU itanoaae Uivid MunaH C Mur ay r N Delluy t Jabne II A Oelie jfetU make your holiday pucoba rough cough live hoarseness is a peculiar near W sey Obapxl are arranging K P PawieCh ilea Lisbon J ance and others was at me last Regular Ut Bradley formerly of Fork of If Chamberlains Cough Remedy ia for a family Christmas tree for their Termnled withCthe Counly Judg a graded common akin that thia county now with tbe Koth given as s on as the child becomes grandchildren who number f rtv one and si boo iltlvs kt urt orgmuaiw h boundaries as be diet follows vu The ad nUiritt to have the Coffee Co St Louis Mo was hoarse or even after the croupy cough Ive in the same nclghhorhood Mr b luadary and embrace ail ol Dutoci No fame and appears ir will prtvent the attack It choo h dis at the News office Friday Whitl Id ia 68 yeays old and his wife Is thai th thsiteCof he port llinhuse akl proposedwbu h school lit lifting trict be tve B Iscetifl d to be not excrejtujr two and one ay Englieh from near 8t- - la used In many thousands of homes in 68 an they tiave been married nearly half ot disappoints forty y ara This family aflilr they prow m oas lomi any partapp th b uadexy ol BW law bare laat week attending thia broad land and it s uist l and it aring alo that said p titionars are taxpayer Ug We have yet to promise to make a matter of considerable vt ra and residents Baptist church She the anxious mothers t the be prop1 t graced comuion aihool dletrict aad oi larn of a atogle instance in which it baa enj iymeut both to themselves and tin ir of the Cloverport ju tksesdisiiuiul ibiacouatvt and fBSSt of Mrs Eugene Uaynes i luriio r apjieruig tht th ountv iMipsrinbrnd not proved ffctual No other preparaton his approval of eat has aiidorsen 00 said pHnlty la always first bare always bus tion can ahow aucb a record twenty children same and that a aiejority ol the Uuslee of each alwaya wUI be and in low live ears constant use without a failcominor echo I district ihat wil br embraced with and Or Beds Cssgs tyres Is s grssd oli in id proposed graded lonimon achnol di rict ia ws find strength and make bum- - ure For sale by A R Fisher Clover r ady um for umay ycara and lul In public Wholeor in part have aiiored thair approval oa omilcin for said p tilion a provided by Ijw 4 ml the Court faror It withmit doubt taa hum Tbe plane ia D Huya nilHt entlv port H A Hu luaan St phnsport oid rlur tt alwy citraa All beiaathe itherirt of ail rued uncy mthstVia Bhereby pulin mary iffuctioiia be Slid ton thu your carpets and use So away with tt for iA eta druggUta aall to cam- 1 tu In he iieutd and an elec direct Special Notice mattiug an article manufactured tlun to be hi Id at C lover iiri hi on the aoth dav ol J inua ui ig loriv day or I iy hi tne ni kl America which will outwear the Mm ction on the Prohibition The atutttil tin o Ue more auar in euiry lor tbe purpose I Sad Death at Lewiaport arv a wl iii ordinary Liis 4tP om ui th i s whue vuera reaid ple lnihe Jtovr qiii tion win ia chronicle the irtgwitbiu ihi boundarv ofthvkad prnpfiesd gridIt ia witii reuret that r there shall be ed co mo ih h di lict wliei iy at Sulserif on o xt Tuesday d port Magiaieiial district ath of MS Penti- - of Lewisporr leviid and loibcled an annual tax of 10 cents on the llhli mat false reports to the con vtiiihocciird at tier home al that place eaLii one hnudrvd dollarol prorty value therein Mrs Lydia Aubert of Bethany M or c iunty laj ttion ownad by while uhjvct to st delators Mieaee Mmum and Nanuie trary notwithstanding The proceeding ia Saturday D ceiubttr Mra Ir mifs pertont and of pull ui n eai h white male h d ft ieil eon nun aim t of said prop hool parents regular anil at we think a cording totho Jtoultiugbouae are viaiuun tluir rtt of u al the time dlirl I re aa al over twiity ue rara til age rthrpur a ailed ll covers thr of ii r tleatii a vout thriatian won an ihluiiM and nialnt innift m Mr and Mrs William BoultniKliouae law governlig uuch iaaei iuoii achoul theialn it provided in Sell u too to Â¬ i be at DHa went to Loatevilla Mon Bakery Walter Smart baa returned to Cripple Creek Colo Mlaa Mary Willett ia risking bar aunt lira Addison Mite Eliaibeth Bowmer baa returned from Addieon E L Stiles of 8tephenapoit was in tha city Monday J H Hunschr of Oaanelton spent Friday in town Pries stocks thst will tnmbls tbsm out at D Huya New SMUlnge and rng at 8usr Ttopleal fruits of all kinds at 8ulaera Uniting hau oape ahoea at Knaera Mrs M Blain wsnt to Louisville 8un day A handsome plush caps only 200 st Sula re Several from Rome attended tbe ohureb aodal 8nlaera ia the place you want to order your Christmas gMxb Mra J W Jarrett and eon Graver 0 apent Friday In Cloverport After much waiting worrying and wondering it ia at last Taylor William Blgga who has had employ ment In Evansyille Ind for some time is st home Mr sod Mra W H Sargent of Ford villa were guesta of M and Mra R O Shellman Sunday Tha M E Church Social was qutp a bat tbe writer waa kept iaway u i account of sleknaas Mr and Mi 8 R Payne and fam ly will move to thsir new home In Irving tin before the holidays Mr aod Mr L B Hera leave this week for Lexington to speid several weeks with Mr and Mrs R W Vaog n Z Ferrell held aervic a in ttm Bpmt Obureh Sunday Hit suj ct wer In Influence of the Holy Spirit ami Â¬ t Â¬ peeaal HAJmrwaaviM Ky Der ll After several wseka of treat suffering Richard May one of Hardinaburfcs oldest citia na passed away Tuesday the 5th lust at bia home in thia place sur Â¬ Mr rounded bv hie f ru v and fr en May waa 93 years of age and had been a man of go a physical endurance It has often been shM of him that he did more real hard work than any man In town not b cause it waa necessity but because he teemed to prefer It He waa a man of a kin- Ir nature and one against whom nantiht conld be aaid Mr Ma inteiest had been identified with this towu and community nearly all bia I if- With the exception of a In California thla h t been year or When the gold fever was at hia home ita heigut there many years ago Mr May went out proeprctlng lor gold Ha accu npiilutl aume meana and came back hete not with the intention of remain hit however but many things cams up to prevent hie return He has always l that if he had returned to California ary sixirs hs could bave bean a in tu very rich man Hs has a brother In California who has made a great fortune Tney went oat toots together Mr May baa bee satisfied in Hardine hurg and has reared a large family bars Tao of bia sons Warren and Louis and a daughter HattJe reside in Montana Mr- - a A Pate Mrs Stum and a single daughter reside bars Mr Mays family tits were v ry clots Hs bestowed great favors upon his children and did all he uuiU to help them to succeed Mr May will b- - misted by a large circle of friends here and in the adjoining community The funeral service took place Sunday fcVr niug at the M E Church riouth of whict be waa a member Rev F M patty conduct d the service The at tendance at tha church waa an unusu Â¬ ally lag una 1 - TOOTIft If so there must be tome trouble with its food Well babies are plump only the 1 sux iron re you sure a Chil the food Is all ritfht dren cant help but jrowi they must grow if their food Perhaps a notu bhes them mistake was made in the f past and as a result the di gestron b weakened If that j b so dont jtrvt the baby 1 a lot of irvtdiclne i httt use f your cvervday common sense and help nature a I fKUk and the way to dot it Is to add half a teaspoon fill of Read Our Big Ad J On another page in this issue but by the way see our Gross Matting and Rugs the newest thing on the market and what is better its made in America 9 9 to SCOTTS EMULSION to the babys food three or four times a day The gain 1 will begin the very first day It seems to you give H correct the digestion and gets the baby started right f U the baby is nurs again ing but does not thrive then the mother should take the 1 Â¬ It will have a emulsion good effect both upon the mother and child Twenty Ave years proves this fact sot SCOTT nd troo all druggists BOWNE Chemists New or SULZERS M m m m m m m tt m m m tt t 9 tvieyeVsysvs SVVBvSay Â¬ df I iisvsvevvevw AdfrtiMmwtt WANTS of on Â¬ 1 J rait mrtd uixltr ttiit hcd at th cnt a wed ach inttrinn evevejBVrJ Â¬ Â¬ WANTED corn i J HAY AND CORN A carload of and a carload of white milling S RKYNOI D8 KoidsvilU Kv DWILUNfl Furniture for Christmas Presents 40 styles Rooking Chairs 90c to 30 styles 14 Â¬ FOR SALI I SALE Nine room dwelling with all nee essary outbuildings thiee and a quarter acres round within a square of Ccurt House Hardlna burg Ky Terms reasonable and to suit purchas r R N MILLEK lUrdinsboro- Ky - Â¬ LMAL SUKKa 1000 1 Â¬ IOK SALE Blank Deeds aad Mortsafas and Forms ol Uetral Blanks BKKCKBN HiDOB NEWS OFFICE TOITMN Childrens Chair 50c to 800 b- Â¬ IOIt SALE Certthcate in Bryant College Louisville Kv OrKICE iiiKcKKNKlDGKNBWb Apply to btralton Â¬ tM flit DAV SAUkX styles chairs from 4100 to tS00 per set Center Tables 75c to 850 Fifteen styles of Easels Fine Lamps at 600 and 750 Brass and Onyx tables to 2 50 A lew energetic Isdies and gentle AN rBI Above salary rusr- men wanted t canvas aateed Call or addres J B BIGGS Stepb- ensport Ky aaMHMMn w 800 700 and 850 The best assortmerjt of medalion pictures from 26c Cabinet photo frames for 1 2 and 8 photos Jardinierres and stands 126 to 860 Our line com prises Magnolia Amerioan Yelex Whits and Wheeler Sewing Machines A Wilson Couches Crayons 17 to Â¬ UrflaWMD JlaKKSHUtg U BREED tbe kind that wla aa the record ol my herd at Indianapolis aad Sprmgndd this year will attest I bowed only animal ol my own bread lag and captured a good percentage oi tbe desirable neises Tha nriae wianina boar Head light Jr 4JOOO and old Artful Duke iota in- ay hwh service rsxs oi inier net ror seiv sow arc or beat Amerkaa and English strains CALDWELL NORTON Come and tt me I Â¬ Louiaville Kv Â¬ n- - - for vac iou bus or raliine lards oc loo ittte- C I too uennison tags ojc ioo nuieamns mants gummed labels fiaa ft ioo jjci ioo envelopes transportation charge Have J3CI W pav all B C copv plaih and unmistakabLb BATHE Printer Norwood Mass We send vou 0 Mail UfUBIS uUIIUIlBUioo baihd nJ laJ Notice Â¬ 1 Jnk JIUUV i- Â¬ COMMISSIONERS NOTIOt Rreclrrnrldge Circuit Court Luis Green Â¬ Â¬ flf J II Hurt Deft 1 1 1 m Equity against th partnership f Urecn ft Hart are notified to present tha Sitae propeilv proven to tne undersigned Comn Unioner of the Hreckeeridire Circuit Court st his office in the town of Ha dinsborg Kv oa or befoie the aril Monday In ftebruarv 19 m This Nov Iith Boo GVh SHOWN C B C C All persons having claim f BBBb a Â¬ aSSm Sa B UUlle a B B B B B B B B B 8600 698 to 270 Agents for portraits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 and 186 Water Colors 160 176 We are agents for the oelebrated line of Wood Mantles made by Tell City Desk and Mentis Co DOLLS J Nearly a quarter of a oen T11sV Â¬ flfJIl rnaVM IIlHlllJlirawLljHaTl I 1 I I 1 11 1 I Â¬ uvr selling at Dry Goods profits and haye maintained the lead taken at that time as tne Dig gest handlers of Dolls Never before hare we had such an extensive line such J pretty features or so reason S able in price aa this year Â¬ 1 a- Â¬ Â¬ I 11 ht 1 hair J iA T7W ir 4Cs Kid Bcdv Dull inovka eyas ah e uw and atocklnsaaataral curls bisaaa m head 14 Incpes long Jointed Sleeping Doll shoes and vw Mucking 13 inches long est u rat I Slaanitie Doll lolated bo v ana stockiug- - natural e irin aioily proportwiist lull nape is uxaea lung JQf Kid Hodv Sleeping Doll 18 Inches r v long shoe an I Mocking movanla 7i u w tu it u w B B B and clean stock B B B M HamiM B Cloverport B 9 W AU We are also headquarters for a general line of furniture Our first floor 48 by SO is full of bargains Call and see us in the old Vest stand We have no old and Shop worn goods to sell but Â¬ k Ky 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ffcW- I 1 - 11 i a- - Sifr lssaiwoWamTy J JfpVii et old fhmiture uii 3i r cJWfla igft o arf1 prffF5 TS fipflg 1 f - K Is a good habit It is a rapidly growing habit with all Hardinsbnrg and sur- Â¬ rounding towns It is a habit by which thousands save in their daily and monthly and yearly expenditures It is a habit that becomes more fixed the oftener people buy here And the broad reason is satisfaction People are satisfied with Lewis Jewelry People are satisfied with Lewis prices People are satisfied with the ways of the store its manners and methods T C LEWIS Hardinsburgs Leading Jeweler gSJaHL The Hatit Of Buying AX Lewis rff W JJ s imn i I inrfi HBBS3EE Breckenridge BSxgsg News yg Jdfrhtfusrml HI L00U8T HILL VICTORIA BALLTOWN Asklns last Monday night in honor of Miss Gertrude Jarboe was also a plea Health ol this vicinity fa good at this Wm McGovsm ii building a bam ant occasion Sunday wa a wintry dv Miw Addie Friel is teaching oar writing Fare stick oandyfi cents per pound at j U B Pate is building an addition to Samnol Beavin Sr was the gvestof ichool WEDNESDAY DEO 13 1809 Addison A Dicks Addison Ky his store Mrs MeGovern who has been ill is Jos Potts Sunday Miss Gertrude Jarboe baa rrtmwd Mss Ora Brlckey spent Thanksgiving Improving Clark Oftu was the guest of Mies home after a two weeks visit with with relatives here WALNUT GROVE Tbsre are several crops of untold Magie Beavin Sunday 8h friends and relatives at this piac TUm Salev Beavin Oloveroorr U visit tobacco In our vicinity Jim B avin is visiting friends and made many friends while berr who Mr John Ascitis west to Clovsrport hope to There are only five families in our relatives at Meade oounty ing her aunt Mrs Alios Perkins at tbi her again se town and two of them take the News laat Satorlajttlaes Mrs G F Askin went to Cloverport Pars stick candy 6 cents per pound at shopping one day last week BIG SPRING Mr Fraok Hiaton went to Oloverport Mr Burden will operate a grist saill dHon Dicks Addison Ky lMt Toesday Tar Fork ehurch this winter which will Hatd from k waek Mr Barbs of Tar Fork hssfloished Mrs Dan Gilliane Deaoeneld wa the pltstering be very eonvmUnt for those who lke Mr Frank Hlntou is thinking of m Felix Askin shouts Mr H Meyer wsnt to Louisville Sanguest of Mre Jo Frisl Saturday and Sun corn cake intc out and moving to Illinois day Miss Maggie Beavin was the pleasant A UUIe girl brightens the horns of day Hies Frank Wheatler wont to Kirk Jgar Moorman is hoeae from Oftens Mrs Wm Mullen and daughter Miss visitor of Miw Mary Askin Tuesday Mr and Mr Ofaas Riley It arrived Fri shopping last Thursday boro for a short stay Mint Alios Beavin was the guest or Stella were visiting Mrs Jo Friel a fsw day Dm 1st Mits Lissie Beavin visited her aunt Miss Teresa Beavin last Saturday and days last week Born to the wife of Elias Ray of FlaMessrs Ben and Glsrsooe Mattingly 5c Mrs Satan Bf aviii latt Monday herty the 3 Inst a daughter Mrs Dan Tlerney DeaneAeld visited Sunday returned home from Oweneooro Thuis- Mias Maggie Beavin is visit off Mies at Mrs Rooueys and Mike Tieratvs Mies Gertrude Jarboe is spending Tbe Udlee have put down a new oar day where thsy have been at work Mattiti Flavin at Hites Run Saturday and Suuday few weeks with friends and relatives pet at the Methodist ohurch sometime Mrs Mary Whr atey and daughter Mrs Paradtne Shore who had lis near St Marys Mrs Uynes of Cool Spring is visiting Quits a number ate turkey with Mrs Leonid visited at Jolly Station last wsek Misses Alios Teresa and Mary Beavin her son the Rev W A Uynes those dwelling house burned a short time ago Among C B Pate Thursday Mr John and Will New by sold their pent a few days wttb their uncle John Pure Hick oa dy 5 cants per pound at present were Misses Ora and Judith has her new bouse almost completed tobaooo to Mr Bill Henelsy at 78 and 1 Mr and Mrs Wm McOovern and Askin at Rock Lick Inst week A Dicks Addison Ky Briokey V B Burtoc J W Pate anil Mr Sam Beavin ia thinking ol going to Addison children were the guests of Mis Mc Orien Oasey has gone to Owensboro to a number of others L0D1BURG Louisville to get a position in the stockparents Mr and Mr Samuel work in the Aymee Carriage factory The W 0 T U met at the Tar Fork Govtrns yard Thanksgiving There was Mutt Miss Genevieve Oiarkson has been vis Christian ohurch Thursday W H Hardin ia vieiting hit family in Mr Dan OConnell is talking of plant Rv Joiner of Several from her attends the birth Owensboro ing twenty five acres of tobaooo next ltlng Miss Mayme MoCans of Elizabeth a larim attendanee town Otoverport and V B Button of Har day dinner Suuday atfcra Sogers AH year Demand tbe satisfaction of knowing that when a physi Mrs Henry Olayoomb and two little Next Saturday and Sunday quarterly dinsuurg gave excellent talk wbicb report pleuty to eat and tbs dinner a grandsons of Raymond are visiting her The school at this pi toe is progressing oian gives them a prescription that ii will be filled with the by thoei who sueOejs nicely with Mise Vannah Overton ss meeting will ue held at the Methodist were heard with interest daughter Mrs Basil Argabrighr parent of Drugs Oar entire stock is pare and fresh were present church teacher NORTONS VALLEY H N Hardin is visiting hit sister M Mr Samuel Beavin is building a nice Miss Ladle Clarkeon will spend the Mr J B Rice who has been engaged STATIONERY In this department we have gained the-Willie Gibson of Addison took barn Mr John Newby is the con holidays with Mies Ann Sawyer of in the mercantile business at Tar Fork reputation of having the nicest and best goods sold in Irving The music party at Henry Gibsons tractor Mr Woulards has moved to Mr MarOwsnsboro for the past few years and who recently Saturday sight was largely attended and ton A share of your patronage is solicited The party given at Mr and Mr Mays Misses Hioke and Stith of St John sold his property there has moved to tin Nortons enjoyed by all last Saturday evening was well attended Ky were visiting Mrs Jamas Harned Magan Ky where he will eosagi in the George Nicklseon has been In this Mint Lucy Payne and Mies Medora MOREMEN POPHAM Leading Druggists and enjoyed He leaves many friends vicinity buying timber sarre business last week Caldwell made a flying trip to tbe river Miss Sarah Newby and Miss Liscle IRVINGTON KY Ed Hook has been vlsltisg friends in Dr Strother and sister were among who wish him success bottoms last Thursday Beavin went to Hardiasburg last week the guests at dinner TbanKsgiving this vleluitythe past week and1 Mrs BJ Mattingly o Clo t Mr J E Hardin is going to Louisville this to attend lnase Jc335jvSS Quite a number from this placa attend Ohae Drurys verport were here a few dava visiting week to sell his tobacco Miss Vannah Overton wsnt home last ed the Garden sale Friday Misses Mary MoMeador and Zalma their old hojie friends and relatives Miss Fannie Robertson was the guest LoutXt3iuSto w ami sasnsi Saturday and was accompanied by Miss Strother were guests of Mrs C D Har Every body was glad to see them and Pure stick candy 8 cents per pound at of Mrs Henry Johnson last Thursday ewnwernwi p wwmWOdoaoiitunXSt miss O D mfcjMt w gfffjBggfWHMNSSBafWMI rtSKing juary Addison A Dicks Addison Ky daway Saturday and Sunday some were surprised to see Mr MattingUa32S StE YmWs4enweMlM Vat TSITanHaTWaif at Tdavo and MaaaaV fanWsn Mrs Susan Newby and Lizsie Beavin Messrs John Carter James Harued ly out after being so near deaths door iZll Buakkaa AttenMsall Rev Brear preached an excellent ser Â¬ CHENAULT saaaitM sabaus no trim ibabs ov m spent last Thursday with Mrs Ben H Meyer and Taylor Oasey were in slnoe they mored from this place They mon at tbs Valley Thanksgiving day fiUsrwJSSKssas Wheatley Elisabethtown last Wednesday attend returned home Sunday Bdtbji tntarht wtfl ayaraM II OMta tor aacn mm uias SaWBaSlBSSSSSSSaHBnSnHBBHfiS The Cincinnati Cooperage company aii BGBsnBnBnBnBnBBSSasnBsVvB Miss Liazle and Alloa Beavin enter- ing court Miss Maggie Brodie returned from TMitBawwinerijiiiywic -- j-l if- gawasnVaPeawsEnBBaxewfll having quite a number of staves made 7 iao BUssnTlKn amae ULVMnraESB tained a party of young people at tliei Louisville Sunday accompanied by Miss There will be a supper given by the LStaai a ail Mly limailW Oat Sraa tMha ltethlaa tut near here HONOR ROLL fR4 I lwl0sfiln rxl home last Sunday evening Grsoe Allen whom she hat been visitladies of the Methodist church Dec 20th There is nothing that will elsvats ing the last two months at the schoolhuuse the proceed to go Mrs Abe McQuady and family were Hardlneburg Public School Third and society as ntteh as the right kind of moton pnapai onrui The clever drummers Robert Smith visiting her mother Mrs Jane Jackson toward the church education WHO IBS let Fourth Grades AS Mrs A It Morris returned home Sat Jefll aW9jjjBgIKDll i and Davis Cunningham were in town last Saturday and Sunday L BuHultJav mil aubn roiir or fBi Htun Ed Tripled who bought a farm in shi last week Mr Will Newby and wife went to urday from Uardinsburg where she had BBewBaBasBSasBBS eaaot sucaiai aioi with tiu VkOHB MAJB ST TkU HJMT MAKER IN AMKIilCA Katie Stith 100 Virginia Hsnsley 90 neighborhood has arrived with his Jolly Station last Friday and spent the been spending a week with her brother Archie Stllct it visiting his cousin A fBgi inE DAeil aiAiruiAL May Watlington 09 Stuart Babbeg 98 family We are glad to have tbemln QUARTER SAWED OAK Mr Horace Scott and other relative day with Mr and Mrs M L Grows MM Y SOLID haiHirdUu Uv ma hint- LMUAUiina Bennett CAN Hi a huaidnp rUlO POUSlslCD odd Harry Hoben 98 Allen Cox 98 Frankie our midst Mr J M Pate of Jolly Station has a i4lK front s iirbt tu l ii eil lr Utble ild r 4efc tbe ether Bert Cuolngbam and wife spent Sun Davisss County Organization pw with full length tabic ana Iiead u i1hc fur imwlDtf nnt Sapp 98 Mc Brown 97 Allen Kincheloe Mr Munsey and family came over bis blacksmith shop and it is ru aod Vawtrt ItttMt iaf9 ekrikU rmw rvei Hiitii wniDoataMi n dsy with Mr A Bennett 37 Ernest I las well 97 Kathryn Kinche dvoorftted oailnet niiish nnthi nu itt drawer puna tcs oo meeting ol tbe Farmers I net from Clifton Tuesday night to make At the mored that he will travel for tits Deer Hinjth Iron tre itt ball biarlm tr Pierh Arm id atljuublelour tiMUltmgenuine sen lurwunugnann If you wsnt cheap goods go to A Ben Â¬ v reeu Mk loe 07 Ethel Msador 97 Kathleen Ho music at Mr Martin Nortons itoaiuvt Mr lute at Owensboro last week an organisa iug Company m tKffttfst aQnnsmt lo bobbia winder AiljUNtAble beariiifcib utnl Uftutil UbrJrnt4rtmtroexl lione wgtl iljutabl prewar foot lmpovd ben 97 James Wathington 97 Lsite Muosey is a grant lovsr of musio and be nett He wll buy your hooppolee and Lost between Jolly Station and Mrs tion to be known as the Daviets county iru irea irnutru iineuj in 2JJuvunswiy uewiu sW--- i Institute was effected The Speaks 97 Charlie MoGill 07 Shellie and hisf mily ere talented in that line pay in goods groceries or cub vrhht ilrlet kmImUm Susan Beavine one heart with tliren Farmers IratructiCMi Book tIUj Mies Abbie Bell will spend the winter S R Tuoker 07 Pearl Beard 07 Virgil Bab work insLt hAwanvona Mil run It uid doatUicr DlaJn ur ftllT klllU of white spots and a black ring around it f llwing officers were fleeted Use Or leWa Oea Syrup at saos If here with her aunt Mrs Lum Jarboe AeK TVAJUI SXNDTNO OUAJtJJfTXB U Mni wUb evi ry machine President John bag 06 Arthur Haswell 96 Z nith The finder will please return to Mr J P Ewiig Owetiaborn Rtid Owensboro Vice President Hen Tucker 66 Frank Speaks 06 Manie West your child bat brsaoklti or croup Wim ao We are glad to buve her with us Crews and be handsomely rewarded delnjraty Sedaagarout Dr Bull coafh Jtlm ry Boll Owensboro Secretary and Tress 95 Boyd Sapp 95 Cora Meador 95 8 T Elder will go to Louisville Sun Â¬ Mtawia ta SloO s voiarreis vova tit to Co are thoroiiurrily nllablo Editor rrop cures t oaca It U a and infallible The social iciven at Mr and Mr G F urer Irsnx C Board Teacher day to epnd part of the winter remedy All drasjBMa aril it lor j canta CO inc Chicago in UNDERTAKING AND BURI A TRIMMINGS - 0ur especial attention will be given to all orders of this character - Â¬ Â¬ Toller fr XKVI3tfQJ30T IMZcQ lota Â¬ Â¬ Sick People I Â¬ Â¬ Nej nssnaMeaoT vjzsmx stsi WSxm linF Â¬ Â¬ zrvraTo - Â¬ mm9jjmEW3Zs i Â¬ J i ii 5oBF 4 ma Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ LnstM Â¬ iiswl iisvn Tl am feUsQJT i Delighted With Our Stock of Christmas Goods Pure Sugar Stick Candy 5 oents per Pound Straight Fanoy French Mixed 3 Pounds For 25 cents DOLLS GAMES BOOKS TOYS In these four things we lead all Competitors CLOAKS CAPES CLOTHING SHOES HATS CAPS ap- Â¬ QUEENSWARE AND GUNS to ap- Â¬ You who want a gun dont puss Their prices dison 5c Dick Ad- Â¬ GLASSWARE The entire line is complete and Â¬ Any of these articles are a most propriate gift preciate the assortment a visita- Â¬ tion to our store is necessary are remarkably low tbs ry nlant earn in BAAll orcbaru fillT fj -- - KhBilA ram T nVu uvarleuet uia Iry times people like and will buy If lor market Ii or the ianillr use only eat ver purposes select ihe kinds tbat Ike lamlly prefer oow peai VoikeiltretsMe disease prodoosrs Be need Mr 1 E jt fifobeet Market price paid for produce - Bring us Your Dressed fogs DICK FURNITURE u Tftblw Chairs China Qabi Golden Oak and Flemish Lodtee Muv j Desks Parlor and Library Suits and Odd Pieces y presents Couches and many othor tiituMf H at itiasonabi iiiit SkUi Himnl k--i mtt ARTMENT county oca ehow ADDISON - are to leave every Hit o Ike floe Bbwos to hs triar are kesliny aewl nei braised Iui atb tms ol nil kinds leavinf tbe laira s only 2 lo 4 incbss long tnua making boiler tops- - Bine grass lands frair Ben Devis ia the beet art gooJ apple Ute to set Imcaua it st lla btet jfte eliuuii lw tul Hv lo Is above tlo union of iUine a ii I p ar The liui hit the m ai sutj ft having arrival Ibis sobjecl was iotrriupleri un wbi n tt was ioiitust as ui Mi p drills oow pe He thinks tuQLINS k ucu ii USET NOVELTIES and leave tbe SaawS8S9BaSaaSaaiBiBaSSSSaS At 836 Mr tags of tbe turai collfge e Fayette led Dr - ADDISON KY p rv mMimimimmimimtikiimiUMniiin J H IV cure tbe Beat First Yea eated tfce jL Ms wwm jiV Wv -r w TTM JL JLm SHORT Read and SiTtBa ttr n CkanM Thla la how a super tbus given an opportunity of distinguishing himself once delivered a few short lines deÂ¬ scriptive of a man being picked up aftÂ¬ er a cab accident The hansom cab was picked up off the esplanade with a handkerchief tightly tied around 1U mouth When removed it was found Mow K Lien Cmnrarea A lions first signs of anger are aa follows Its tall rapidly twists from aide to side the bottom slightly raising and the black tassel at the end beating the air It lowers Its head more than usual and growls at Intervals showing Its teeth Then Its voice becomes loud- Â¬ er H roars shows Its teeth and lowers Its ears the movements of the tall In Â¬ 1 i W TVB - 1V This will be a memorable time to all who will take advantage of this great sacrifice sale at the last moment We have iriven vou the srolden opportunity of your life in which to make a Knowledge Dividend Investment that will give you a profit even time you turn to the Fountain of Knowl- age xne quebiion tnat now comronw yuu r ttui yuu iot uiis iasi iarewen warning pass you DyY anere is no need of this sacrifice upon your part if ou oniynact Jtcememoer mat mere is omy xv uaya leit m wnicn 10 dispose 01 our siock oerore moving We will sell the goods at half price before we auu pouncis 01 uanay iresn irom the tactory to be closed out 11 move them gogr Lot rr miiinlil teelMae IMflMtM Talue roe erer in urn organ edTeraeed or other e mm money pay artea MI7S aar oeallil Mlw7t at nil legend freight ebufn or SM en IS OUR SPECIAL90 DAYS PRICE mi 1 BA KER BROS jszir IHIJLIEIDIIETSIBTTIRGA Tim nan oremlaa MM MUr a PA PSSV IwetellaiaiaHfettMH li aa Tnir iieaio equal tool a f aMeBaiaiaH From iho 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B and Almanac 1 j 50 7 hjl OUR PRICE FOR ALL D BABBAGE ClOYerport Ky W- - X vi AJKIRST lions Leading Tailor tv LL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED MntBBllr One day lait summer a tour vlsaged middle aged fuusy woman got ou one of the smoking neat In an oma car Next to ber sat a man in tho subway who was smoking a cigar More than that thu woman BUlttlng eaklly made out tlmt the man had been eating en Htlll morn than that ab bad loua the utrougiHt kind of inaptclon that be bud been drluklng beer The woman f united aud wilggled and graw angrier and looked at the man scornfully Piontiitl ulie could endure It no lunger Hbe looked gijuarely at him aud Â¬ ArBl Maid ww If ghe iua doae of j on uiy liuHbaud potMoii air If I Id were 4t iho man looked ut her your UunbuiKl nld be Kotiton Xraiincrlpt Id take l aw A BriUIanl k total Idea jam riatak Juat before be and I thought If Z of that veiling that Aaaertaaa liwi Tl so pretty and plump Another case of wear It myaetf If It the news A LondeaPPeTsald the would Improve me as much as It did other day New Yorkla on the eve the peaches people would think Id of a fierce social struggle The per- found the elixir of youth London sistence with which Boss Croker Fun Mayor Van Wyck and the other mag Sesae tlnse Teste nates of Tammany have been ignored He put his fingers In tbe open Iron by HbV Vanderbilts the Astors the Oerrys the Goeleta the Livingstons work of the hotel lamppost to steady and tbe other members of New Yorks bis weak knees wiped tbe rain from exclusive Four Hundred has so galled his face with a snaking band and fixed and irritated the families of tbe for- an uncertain eye on tbe windows of mer that they Lave resolved upon the dlulng room He was very drunk founding a new and stHUmore exclu- His face was pale and hairy The thin sive society of their own which Is to rain had soaked bis rags Inside the dining room well groomed men and take the sails out of its rival showy women sat In a glory of tinted lights in a room beautiful with table Ueaeaerate Coekaey The language of the lower Londoner flowers shining with sliver and cut glass warm with crimson walls damis changing ask curtains plush carpets They liftOetch trlnor ed delicate food to solemn faces They Now Trine gawn ent Itr smiled formally The dripping observTranslateder kept his watery eye on tbem Well Get your train he said in a voice of generous pity No Train gone hasnt It abpn theyre eujoymaelvus - In Ent the old aint seems to cover Isnt wasnt werent has hasnt have thrown way New York Commercial havent bad hadnt Notes and Que Advertiser ries air Young man asked the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fonnd His Awdltov Professor Charles D B Roberts the poet reads the modern languages very easily but speaks them imperfectly At a reception held In New York Just prior to his leaving for Burope Roberts was introduced to a distinguished French artist who waa here on a visit Tne artist asked in his own tongue You speak French 7 No answered the poet I am sorry I do not but I understand it well when It is spoken to me I am so glad replied the French man Yon are the audience I have long wanted I can talk to you all I please and you cannot talk back Colorado Springs Qasette Â¬ Â¬ sour and green could get some de them look m the basket Id veiling Do yon keep that kind of veiling for sale she asked The stall keeper told her that he did not Well she said when I took those peaches home they were small and creasing all the time At the time of charging that is at the height of its anger the tall rises In the air until It is almost vertical the black tassel continues to move the ears are flattened completely and the animal comes toward you at a slow trot then at a gallop and finally springs forward with open mouth and extend ed claws Sometimes it shows these various symptoms without charging restrained by prudence but it never charges withlu out ahowing them When the tall rises got Then I caught It still bleeding the hunter can bring his rifle to the the hooks out with difficulty and beshoulder and await bis opportunity fore I could throw the fish In again a In hunting a man who Is on his guard terrier dog bit it half through Then I is worth four kicked the fish In and Brown caught A charge Is extremely dangerous alIt At last we got so tired of catching most always fatal when unexpected this fish that I threw It away lu dis either because of the dense vegetation gust It caught In the fork of a willow or other causes but if you see the ani tree and staid there for half an hour mal getting ready flight Is useless when a crow attacked It dislodging It Stand your ground The only thing to from the tree but not before It had re-Â¬ do la to keep cool and trust In your moved one of the eyes The selfsame weapon If you have no confidence in fish was cuught next day by the keepyourself it is prudent to avoid measur er Fishing Qasette ing your strength against these ani mals Irldn ef the Poor Mrs Clarence Burns who la so well Bread Par fteran known for her philanthropic work A delivery wagou of one of the big says that In all her experience In visit bread baking factories stopped In front ing tne tenements of the poor or the of an up town livery and boarding stacity she has never been asked for alms ble and two men at once unloaded bar- Â¬ Mrs Burns has made a business of visrels of bread aud carried them Into the iting the poor with tbe hope of helping stable The bread looked good and them whenever she saw the need but was good There were all sorts and finds tt almost Impossible to make the sixes of loaves In the barrels homereally deserving poor acknowledge that rye made potato Vienna they are lu need of anything graham nnd cottage One day she visited a family who The curiosity of a man who saw the were all huddled together In one bar bread being delivered to the stable waa cold room and their faces wore so aroused and be ventured to ask the pinched she knew they were starving proprietor of the stable what It meant But In response to her offer to help Theres nothing remarkable about them tbe mother said It said the proprietor with a laugh No thank you The children have I simply buy It for horse feed We had something today I am sure to get grind the bread up and mix It with work sodn other feed and It makes first class food After questioning aa to just exactly for horses It ls etale bread and costs what the children had bad to eat Mrs us 40 cents a barrel and there are SO Burns found that they had subsisted or 00 loaves to the barrel so you see it for three days on a few dried scraps of comes pretty cheap Some of the brerd stale bread This experience she aayi is only a day old and Is good enough la repeated frequently New York for any man to eat but the bread fac Tribune tories cannot sell It What you see here S Hadat DN1H4 Olt are returned loaves from the grocer Delia New York Journal ies Yls maam I am very tired and I am going to Th Ulaaloa said an He down for an hour What beautiful peaches Yls maam old lady as she stopped at a stall In the If I should happen to drop off call market and admired a basket of tbe choice fruit They were covered with a me at 5 oclock Yla maam pink gauxe and looked very tempting So my lady Ilea down folda her Indeed Tbe old lady bought the peaches and hands closes her eyes and la aoon In the land of dreams She la awakened took them home The next day she ap peared again at the stall and showed by tbe clock striking 6 aad cries Indigthe stall keeper a small piece of pink nantly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Fish seem to nave no sense of feel lug and many people believe that thp augiy uud euerxetlo movements of a fish when it Is tLught are due rather to annoyance at lotting Its liberty tliail to any sense of pain I can confirm this because I have over and over again taken an underslsed pike that has been ouce or twice caught aud putback Into the water Upon one occasion three of us boys of the Old brigade were fishing In a small pool In h narrow sluggish river Jones caught a small pike and as It was understated being barely four pounds he cut tho hooks out of Its gullet Khd threw the fish In again Inside of SO seconds Jones caught the same fish again Once more lie cut out the hooka and this time he bad to maul It very much Once more It was kicked Teiig h TsNifh Flh I A MyterlOB Fnnnward The Baroness Burdett Coutts wa Mice shopplug lu Parts and was passed from one department to another by the shopmen always with the remark Two ten She was escorted from counter to counter and everywhere the cabalistic words two ten were re- Â¬ peated Struck by the peculiarity of this refrain the baroness asked the proprietor as she left the establishment Pray I noticed what does two ten mean each assistant said It to the other wherever I went In your shop Â¬ Oh It is nothing lie replied mere- Â¬ ly a password that they aie In the hab- Â¬ it of exchanging But the lmronens was not satisfied with this explanation So in the even lug when the irorter a young boy brought home her purchases she said My loy would you tike to earn 5 francs francs Of course he had no objection Tell me said the lady what does two ten mean aud I will give you 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Delia Yls maam Why didnt you call me at 5 oclock aa I told you to dor Shure maam ye tonld me to call ye If ye had dropped off I looked In on ye at 5 and ye hadnt dropped off at all I Ye was lyin on the bed In the same place sound asleep 1 As long an Mike knows his business he holds the fellows ImixN IiIh uitch la safe lNdlruftidlH louruul Savage Crmfcs The most savage specimen of tlic t-Blta crab species is found In Jafan seeming to dream of nothing btst fighting to delight In nothing half so much The minute he spies another of his kind he WltBre Rrarythlnir Grown The iu Iw row flourishes aroaiuglj In scrapes his claws together In rnKc tho open nlr In the Transvaal with but challenging him to the combat Not n the smallest attention and cultivation moment is wasted In preliminaries but The bullm shoot up their three or four at It tbey go hammer and touu s It foot strum each bearing very sweet sounds like two rocks grinding uKilnst smelling flowers In an Incredibly short one another as their claws i at tic space of time against the hard shells The Hand files In Pretoria roses are prolific In fact as the warriors push each other hither most of the streets are bounded by rose and thither until at last one of them hedge thrcurtiout their length aud stretches himself out In the sun tired to death they bloom with a frail pink monthly rose Llossotu for three qunrters of the But be does not beg fjsfnercy or at year In public place such as the tempt to run away only feeblj rubbing Burghers park the profusion of roses his claws together In defiance of tin foe Tltat foe comes closer and with lilies carnations anil tuberoses Is be wllderlngly beautiful his claws trembllug witb Joy at ids vic- Â¬ The wild orchids of Swaslland are tory the conqueror catches hold of on claw of the vanquished crab twists it famous They arc of at least lit differ until it comes off and bears an ay the ent kinds They ore extremely curious and with a little care and extra heat palpltntlng limb aa a trophy of his they can be Induced to develop Into prowess Such Is a battlo between very wonderful plants warrior crabs Everything rrrows In tbe Transvaal If tbe trouble In taken to plnut It The soil ABlbllalillea Kealr being all virgin and naturally rich tie Mandell Crelgbton the bishop of very smallest amount of attention la London lias a horror of lending his required favorite books says a London correspondent Tbe bishop Is a charming Wlae Man Idea that of Mikes said the wit as well as a great scholar A felGreat enthusiastic heeler of the letter sort low clergyman once visited tbe bishop He Isnt satNfled with shaking bnuils and took a fancy to an old edition of with his constituents lu the ordinary Shakespeare He borrowed the volume way When he meets one of them be aud did not think to return it for sevÂ¬ eral months grain both his hands tbe minister Aint that rather overdoing itr said a Finally saying My returned It with letter Dear Bishop I tbe cautions person It might look that way to you but have great pleasure in returnlug the you -TlÂ¬ Why dout you know maam said he evidently astounded at her igno-Â¬ rance It tueaus Keep your two eye- - on her ten fingers The mystery was solved Tbe shop Â¬ men of tht Trols Qnartlers had taken the richest and the most Rtmerous man In Great Britain for a shoplifter You can bet It Is always a fool for luck said the man who has had his nose to the grindstone all his life Now there was Jack Shane of Ten Â¬ nessee who drew 28000 In a lottery Jack didnt know enough to go in out of tbe wet but be had a little money and be bought a ticket that won while I got ten and didnt fetch a cent Tbe winning manlier was 42 and when I saw Jack I asked him how be happen Well be ed to take that number aid you see It wns this way I bad a dream one night and I dreamed that the door of my room opened all of a sudden and a big number seven walked In Then right after It came other sev ens and more and more till the room was chuck full and I was about smoth- Â¬ ered under them Then I woke up and began thinking It over I knowed that one seven wasnt the number to draw nor 77 nor 7777 for there was a mil- Â¬ lion of them and no lottery had that many numlwrs But I figured awhile andnt last made up my mind that even times seven was 42 and 42 was tbe number so 1 drawed that one 1 hat was all there was to It Now concluded the talker If tirt isnt a case of a fool for luck what i o Â¬ Â¬ Feel Iinsk dickens Ik Itr Washington Star 4 f Â¬ Â¬ I I I W volume loaned me Tbe bishop answered My Dear Brother All the Joy Is mine Denver Ileuubllcan HIGGLE BOOKS Up-to-d- NnJlsd Bwwbw One of the severest punishments a refractory soldier can experience la to be nailed down In a tent It la said that a Turkish bath la a frigid affair aa compared with a perfectly close Concise -J- r-fntnlTft sobmI Printed and BcautlfuUy Mo 1 By JACOB BldClLB Igag Uaatratol tent under a hot aun and after aa hour or two of that sort of sweating the most rebellious soldier will readily promise to be good A BKWLB H0R88 BOOK Horst- B- CoskMMrOeaat TraatiM with ever S TdmnBUatimaBaUadanl work Ma Hrwh No a BKWLB BBRRY BOOK Wealthy families m China who have marriageable daughters whom tbey desire to keep at home advertise tor desirable The tbus secured does not take his bride away but merely hangs up bts traps In his wifes home and becomes one of tbe family Â¬ Claoa Wrt Â¬ sons-in-la- son-in-la- Tbe length of the Orand canal from Tientsin to Hang Cbow In China la 050 miles It connects grea porta with rich coal regions The bank checks passing through tbe clearing houses In London and New York In one month exceed tbe value of all the gold aad silver cola la tbe i jHT fc - JSoreS costal variauaa aad too other lUwstratiooa Prist jo Ccau re S BIUULB POULTRY BOOK th bast Poultry Book ba cslatoncc J V UMpriactnaiwjuiis coiorea iiif imr renroductloii ofaU7Tr breed with ioj other Uluatrallun Prtc soCaaU No 4 BKJQLB COW BOOK All aboat Cows and the Dairy Buataeu hata a Tet colored MLaaUina other life Ilk reproduction bread with ija Ulustratione Price jo Casta No B BKXMJB SWINE BOOK Juatoat AU about Hoae Breedinar Feedioa Butih ery DatUM etc Contain orcr So beautiful hall toBMejkd other entTiTtas Price jo Ccat WBOOeta are untqueortaiualuaeful you nrvrr wc are bavtai aa eoormou ovMBjicai euerneiuic tli nicy aato - avexy one woo aeepe aBaal Went Noi How uin 5norac tow Cmkk ought to ecud i taut way far the T255ri1 rlte The aKKlLBiOOKS HBriuoBrJuWadtas rHJLUTJr sit oh 1 FARM JOURNAL w tt lata year viriiAJteial BBem9iaHHI iilii iliiimnn iiMihaiimmii MsLtMh 41 - TO tf i ffl tf v vp mw ft F1 MMMMMH AN ENDLESS CHAIN YULETIDE GIFTS WWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWeWWW The whole store is simply an array of beauty More fine goods have been purchased giving those who have heretofore been unable to buy such things as they need at home an op- Â¬ portunity of buying at B jWWWWt wiWiWi ii F BEARD COS rtT BFBEARDCO IMWIMW5MWIIWMIMIj VeVswe H IIS ji w w Beards Era IS BEAMING WITH PRETTY THINGS 0m A Welcome Won When in town wAAMyMlewyArfVMflVlISeey vlWi rrrr rr vrrnrirYrrrYYYriVEVrsv yrm iiimirinrrr IIWM HARD1NSBURQ KBNTUGKY special arrangemi have been made for all strong If you come consider our place y headquarters iT tXHMMMW uIl th ffi riiiiiiiiiifciiiiMiiiiiiitiirtVitiiiiiiMii6iTt tJiiBuV ti JwiyV S1 IMIIMMIIIIIlMIWMWMMIMMMHIMliMHHMliMMMMMMIlMMIMtMMMMIMMMOMM 1 XllS UrCJULin has visited the above store and has gone XTLC from cellar to garret examining their immense stock of Yuletide Gifts a world wide reputation for fair dealing and honest goods the larj Christmas Stock that has ever been displayed in Breckenridge iiiinniiiiititfniMinni JJ Tt vldllllb for this enterprising concern who have gall TTtr 4H f A eSsaMda We want you to come and go through otir Mammoth Store Your eye will be greeted with one of the l est Uhnstmas stocks in the County all new New effects in Toys Dolls Bisque Figures Novelties Dinner Sets Fi work flaskets Tables Couches Rocking Chairs in Oak and Eattan Music Backs a JM m m - MM a ah asBSa M about every department in this store Turn where OU will youll see some new winter goods Its a larger stock than we have ever shown that we offer for your inspection and above all its a stock of goods bought at first hands for spot cash and at the right prioes Then again most of the stylet shown are exclusive styles goods and pat- Â¬ terns that you will not be able to duplicate else- Â¬ where B There Is an Breckenridge J2S22EEBBS2 We have recently put in this line and boabt of the fact of showing a beautiful assorting reasonable prices The goods are first class Nothing is more appropriate for a Holiday gift tl something in the Jewelry line If we have not what you want we can get it in a few days ai saving to you i Newness Air of Mens Furnishings CLOTHING Prank A Mennes Celebrated PUHE STICK CAJTOY Mixed Candies 10c per lb or 8 lb for 25c Best Chooolate Drops 20c per lb Best Mixed Nut 15c 2 lb for 25c Oranges 5c 8 for lOo Malaga Grapes 20c per lb Hats Caps Shoes Gloves All of these line are complete present could not be selected and a better 5 CENTS IPER POUND Queensware Glassware iTnd FIREWORK ROMAN CANDLES 5eai FURNITURE Hardware Staple and Fancy Groceries 6 Ball 3 for 5c 10 Ball 2 for 5c 20 Ball 5c Each 30 2 for Big Lot of FIRECRACKERS BJ5q YOU SEE ALL OF im waa F BEARD COMPANY Oood Luck Farmers Institute Organized Mr F A Carter who rtad a ou th An Account of Its School and Literary The fanners of Breckenridge county organ zed a Farmers Institute at Hardiua pike mud u tt srH a pvbbe on tlm rn Society Hevreeo over c ur Dkax Editor We think there is no bnrg last week Dr P W Foot waa est Wednesday buy place in this county more deeervinc of a eboeen president with the following by the i netinaton of twine a vice presidents E B Ogleeby Mat snd g rl The inothir end two litil place in your paper than dear old Sandy Hill Its people are thrifty intellectual Stm webary Bern Dx Mrs W J Pig ones are doii g welL watt and Mrs D vi Heron J D Bso and in all respects The Good Work Continues Our school ia progressing nicely under bage secretary Every farm r in the county Is considA Wonidiia Cbri tinn 1Vnii iance the direction of S Estdta Elder I leel that too much cannot be said in behalf ered a member of this inetime and V ion ss orgi isd at P gh laat It Thnre iay eveaiutr th 7th iust wttti of Sandy Hills pupils the msjorityof should take an internet in tbe work whom are growu up boys and girls and a rotte nothing to become a member and Mies Prsil Fella m Prai iit ami Me Bearric- - Tul aa Coirt spomiing harder workiDg school can he f juod no thcrwJa no politics connected with Repreaenutivea from the Clover where They not ouly work but they Its work Is the advancement of the port Union were present and report tbe progress rapidly We are told this one farmer and farm interests outlook yer v bi igbt for a sui cetf ul Uuion district will have ten pupils pass the ex A Wedding Announcement amination for ffrad nation Now wbo Dr and Mrs 8 S Watkina announce at that plac The first regular m eting of this new can beat this tbe marriage of their sister Mary Ridgtly anion will be held at 1isgao church on Now a word for the Literary Society Griffith to Mr Lee D Bay The wad- Â¬ which met Friday nighr Pro Burton ding will take place January 16 Tbie Saturday the 16th iust at 2 p m at delivered en address to the pupils In his announcement will be one of pleasing wbich tiuia a Vice Prraidtrnt Treasurer and Ricording Secretary will be tl ctedusual entertaining style He said that interest to the many friends of Miss to be a true man we must have the right Griffith and Mr Bay who are among the kind of a heart a sound body a healthy most popular and well known people of Can Be Found at bulzcrs developed brain and laet but not least the city Miss Griffith is the youngest Mibsee Moliieiioffsnd Enuice Croeson atrong will power Mr Young made a daughter of the late Daniel M Griffith two oi Cloverports popular salesladies few remarks which were f tj yed The whoee name is associated with the devel- Â¬ noitatioua by Dan Fuckier Mark Hardin opment of Oweusboro from its earliest are o be fouul thi veer at busarV Tmy went ttifir friends to call and it Erne Miller Dsley Hardin Oracle Hardin days and whoee father William It Grifwill 8i ve tbem the greatest of pleasure to and Belli Gilpin were well rendered A fith was one of the pioneer citiaena of show you turoogi tie mammoth itock medley by three boys took the boose by Daviess county She was born and rtaied of In liLy kioIj atorm The Gt zeteer a monthly paper iu Offsruboro and possessing an amiaedited by Nanny Cowley and Eliaha ble disposition and a cultivated mind ia Aabcraft was entertaining and amusing Kidney Ah our time wee limited we decided to warmly endeared to her friends Mr Kay leave our debate until our nxt meetlog is the junior member of tbe firm of Mc Bladder Specialist lbaakirg all for pnst kindness end hop Afee Lyddane fc Ray and lately came sy s iox to be at Sandy Hill at tbe next meet here from Lebanon Ky He is highly ing of the Literary Society we most eey connected in Central Kentucky and ia a aurevoir gentleman of rare worth and a business Kqunllr DtrWUel Oweusboro Mesengr During the civil war says tbe man of ability Boston Transcript the Lew seSMpbl at The above announcement la of interCambridge was presided over by Pro est to many of our readers as Miss IQrAl BEBBBBSiB SBSBUfELsiBTU1 Grif fessors IurHouti Parker and Wash- fith was a resident of this place for eev burn They were divided In their poyears where she made many friends litical vlewa aud eucb did his best eral who wish her much joy in her approach to maintain bis opinion Profeasor Parker waa one day ask ing inarrlag Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOSIERY LINENS DR1 ARTISTIC GOODS V Q00DS NOTIONS Vv Magisterial distrMt and eaid I dered to aive notice of said el hold the same aa required b oncers oi election SPROH uounty tsoarrj of JtUf etloll era of Breckenrida noUatT i fficfrs of eaid election and J tevtm and a half in bid ttocking let Baraura offered 100i0 a year for a niau that ttood eight feet in hie aboee but be WEDNESDAY DEO U 180 nevr found him No I shall never go into the show biwineas again There ia The Tall Alan From Texas not the money iu it there waa in Iar Hakmnsbuno Ky Dee 12 Special nuiua day My laet trip waa with 8ella Mr Powell the bite iveii iootr wbo Brothere in 1892 I was miced in Texae elk Arm aud llautinr sod here and am going back there to apeud the last week Mr 1owel it h congenial Ohriatmaa holiday a fellow Mint luvrH 10 sin ka crowd He A Musicel Center baa iM hav- Â¬ ii a great deal of the ing traveled witli Krunin for about An estimate of the number of piano seveu Iu in interview with a that bay been sold and left at homea in Nawa representative h said thla eity this aeaeon can be made when I aim ou dree paiade all the time we hear that a buatlina mau haa begged theu an l tit I a you I time Every Wat the boxes in which tbtiy were eneaaed unlay ti Kit 1 went up tu iIih ticket and ia baying them aawed aplit and tied wagon and ilww iny 50 wnl I dont mi in proper length for kindling He has why I didnt save row nuiiev hut I bought with the nails a fine organ for didnt Old Bruuiu wan a good felow hie wif i and sold enough kindling to ny and all the showmen loved him Uv for a piano and ua plenty left to run took ma and auothttr big fallow a China him through the winter Hawesrill man and i xhibited us a the talltntt fel Plaindealer on thtt continen and we were The News Chinaman taller tban I standinir SANDY HILL h yr 1 h8 Te Musk Buyers We would like to call the attention of our readera to a beautiful new Two Step srnt lie called Side by Bide by U Sanders The pabliebeis The Oroene Muiic Pub Oa 88 E Fifth street Olu cinnati 0 wish to lntroduoe it and offer the same for piano or organ band orcheatra yiolin or mandolin for only 20 ceuts in silver or etenpa Tney expect a large sale on tbe same and from the looka of tbe copy aent u we ere sure it will become very popular A PrwH Connoisseur Minor Stephana son of James G Stephens of Addieon is doing an exten Â¬ sive shipping businece at Palmetto Flor- Â¬ ida This year he will pack end aiiip 10000 boxes of Floridas choicest orangte and grape fruit lathe New York market a earn pie box of which he eent Lib father Mr Hyph for a thanksgiving preaent ens ia thoroughly posted ou Florida fruits as be haa been a fruit grower for many years at Lakeland Florida His perseverance and eneigyareto be com mended and he ia rapidly coming to the front aa a fruit connoisseur Â¬ Â¬ if wk lrdful uusume I Mi 0 11 The Eminent and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thm Tlmm Â¬ to every elderly woman when an Im portant junctional cnange tokca place This is called The Change of Life Â¬ Â¬ Theendroayatemundenroea a change dlaeaaee such as cancer and consumption are often contracted at Wino oCardui been wonderful It ia good for all menstrual trouble but is especially recommended at this time Ask your drusviit for the famous Wine of strengthen and purifies the entire system ana onan me suirurer saiely over these pitfalla Iu effects have Teon W For advice la cases reqnirl nir sDecial oirccuoiis aaaraatiM dailies Ad vlsoy IVpftrMBf Tb Chatu- umu MecUcflS Co ChstUuioog a T lUHHUi lirJSBlsBVBHUaB Iaraui bjioo a Dottle ITsSIUllf Maal DWtAsS JL sv ejsw sflalW1llBV9BBBeL ififMf sjn PU atstSSMai lfisi1ii eiFUj ism m bsbJBM At ToMnsBort Next Year The Farmers Institute st Koine Iml last week waa e complete success It well atteuded by the farmeia aud their families The program was carried out fully and every one joined heartily in the discuasioor The farmers feel that these meetings are of greet value to them iu the years work and the prospect for next years meeting ia auapuoioas Tlie lusUtut will be held at Tobineport next yeei sad tboee who ailtd attend How do you get along ou politics I aw echool Nicely he nuswered We are vilimlly divided But how can that ber continued tin Imiulivr There lire three of you Easy euougu replied the profeee or Pursone writes on ouu sido and 1 ou the other aud Waaliburu he apeaka ou one hide aud votes ou the other 1 at the etilovt tMfyeeue4vis4jU e lla mlw Ulrtllhi fa l lan vance the kidney poisoned blood will atUck JL Be are lanmirr the vital organs or the kidneys themselves Its wonderful suld the manwth break down and waste away cell by cell the eoleiuu air of erudition what a New Telephone Lines Then the richness of the blood the albumen difference a slight matter will make In leaks out and the auflerer hj Brights H H Hrown representing the Dtseae the wont form of kidney trouble tbe worlds estimate of a man OhiofNsJley Telephone Company Louii Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the nnw disIt isnt so In literature was tbe an- Â¬ A swer man must have merit vllleJ Ky in company with Managr covery Is the truespet ific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It ius cured thousands Jonsj A Harrison drove to Ioidevill there- of apparently hopeless i es alter M other o extnadinx spell lest Tuesday with Not necessarily If he gets his vtim efiorls have failed Al di uglsts in fifty cent fng wrong thats plain iguoruuce But their lines by tbe wsy uf Ifardiueburg t tad aousr aet A oainple battle If be gets his farts and logic all twist Farlsvllle giving the people in that sec- - by mail also u beak tetitag 4tit eme- ed ttMtfs orlgtoalHy W mwwamm tesast- amUbaaatM a fihamM fliSf md tataJ inn Mil IW II III HIPail am wi Amm isnt ui v ill Mil bt iiilryr--W-rm ih MM-n- r-nil p - rjmnr ja- w1 wb- upr iniiMrr iwiiTr wWMaTfr-ri-t- ii t I i 11 iLii J H S Full wholesale buyer of hardwood luiubtr of Louisville waa in town Monday He purchased from Mr Mamiuie Msrlew who reyreseuU the Ciuciunnli Cooperage company 1HU000 It of lumber and contemplates buying if the price can be agreed upon over oue uiilliQ feet J- V Lumber Deal Hunter representing Ta Duwevtrtr of Â¬ twaats xset at Werk is Us Laboratory There country tive It a disease prevailing In this moat dangerous bocauio so decep- Â¬ Is Many sudden deaths are caused by ieart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble U allowed to ad- Â¬ Magisterial District Ho 2 of flrectceu ridge oouuly Kentucky upou the pro position whether or nut spirituous vinous or malt liquors susli be sold barter- Â¬ ed or loaned therein and whether or not the provision of this law and prohibiton shall apply to druggist in tbe said Oio verport Magisterial District No 2 of Breckenridge county Kentucky Now therefore it is ordered by tbe court that theee cases be and tiiey are now coneoli dated and shall hereafter proceed in tbe name and style of W II Sowmer and others on petition It is further ordered that all the ordets in said esses of F M DHuy and otfafie ou petition W H Camo and others on petition and W L omlth and others oa petition made at terms of this court prior Id this term ere now set aside snd held for neught and the order in the case of W H Bowtner and others on pe- Â¬ tition is now corrected and amended so ss to read ss follows to wit It appearing to the eatisfaction of this court that th petition of W H Bo wiuer and others heretofore lodged with the judge tf Breckenridge county court and died in this court on the 25th day of Sep-Â¬ tember 1899 r queeting tnat an election be held in tbe Cloverport Magisterial district No 2 of Breckenridge county Kentucky on the ltftb day of December 1899 to take the sense of tbe legal voters of said Magisterial district wbo are quali fied to vote at an lection for the county ufBcere upon tbe proposition whether or not spirituouf viuoue or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Magisterial distriot and also whether or not the provision of this law and prohi- Â¬ bition shall apply to druggists in eaid Magiaterial district waa signed by more than twenty Ave 126 peicent of the legal voters at each preciuut of aatd Magister Â¬ ial district cast at tiie last proceeding election held in said Magiaterial latrict It is uow ordered by the court that the request of said putitlonerH be Kruuleit ami hut au election hn held ou Haul ltilli day oi December IMm in Urn said Clovorpurt Maglnterial district No 2 of Hrecknridge county Kentucky to take the seuse of the legal voters of eaiil MHtiatf rial district who are iiualirli i to vote at an election for county oltiurtt upon the proposition wleJinr i not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in id Magis teriel district and aieo whether in t provisions of thla law aud pmlilhiUoii sliall apply to drugwiata in sal Magmter isl di trict Aud it is further orlereil mat the riberiri of Breckenridge count y opeu U poll at each of ttia Voting Â¬ Â¬ t- Order of BredoMridgw Contrty Coeut It appearing to the eatislacUon of the court that tbe petition in this case and in those of kJX lVriuy and others on peti tion W H Jamp aud others on petition and W L Smith end others on peiitioa were intended by tbe signers tbereot as parte of one petition rt queeting an elec tion for the purpose of letting the eeaee of the legal voters in the Cloyerport Â¬ Â¬ soaueo notify utsm ana continued A ooi Owen Cunnhsel Attest Breekenrldiie County Coart VB BoatogJ THIS PAPER ONE YEAR FARM NAL51 pay up ANodrr both pa AT THE POWKOF Of We paper bf gew YsejtjSjSd ana t it if we OM e fibereMire ajrrangemetrt with tiM FaWk which we oea aaad Tfew Naws and the Farm Jonrusli both for 100 And we make offer to ail oid aqbssriberf who ail arrearages and one year in You know what lei Farm Journal is a BjiSfi iweajleal I wete geitOeabeerifa aHpn greetive a clean honest lull ot gumption lull of ss an immense circulation among J people everywhere Yoaoturhtt NOnCBt We are going to seud ye i pie copy of the Farm letltsjpeak for itself JosariMltVj HILLS SUCCESSOR Luclen J Irwin Made Traffic of the Texae i iucieii J Jrwin geueral agent tumboilaiul lap Dispatch at Ka City and Chicago has been appoint general ireiKht aud passenger agent tho I iiiiuytllt Hiodernon snd Ht Louls lUilnm Hiuiveiliiix tbe Intu Kdgar Hill llo ia ouly tlnrt five yani of ng sad Hin n- - lias been very fapd Mr Irwiu wae for n unt i n yriarein i llii trail1 deartiiitin it ioauvllib itii iu tt i Uii N at t a app l erornot spirituouji juilittrd to vote el Hiii election or couu ty Mi rv upou the proposition wUuth ItiH ot l Ik ClIUtH Ol HUid lUUjjIDlel IH tttPl uiil 1liii day of ItMWOlbf r IMRi lor th purpi tie of Inking the nouno ol legit iu itltlcl HHld Magisterial dlntnot vho An via3wiamiinj I TPSISWWfe fft ajrt irilihlliilliiiililBHiWiMWlliW jlSMiiiy s aiJ5vAi MXhATkkkkki ri