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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I I t r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTr 4- r t tit 1 VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 8 Pates NOS 1r r i I4zhF f forI a h 4 Son two ton olnot lorII t j 4 cot dys if the ated oedy Ions =nted eon 10I11 Ores ugh ated J he 333 asMr IY Ing tolr had Ilch at theIrl = t- dJ VS Ire by ed- io w ero 1 rt 1 l J f w DEATH RELIEVES PITIABLE CONDITION OF AGED COUPLE John Polk and Wife Found in Unconscious Con dition at Their Home Near TownHad Been Living Alone for Some Time r la a helpless condition and too leeble tto make an outcry for assistance John Talk aged eightyone years was found lying on the doorstop of his little home near Cloverport on Saturday afternoon vand when picked up by a neighbor was in a state of unconsciousness In the house ale wits aged seventytwo years was tonnd with her lowei limbs on the floor and ner body on the bed She too teas in an unconscious condition when tonnd How long this aged couple had been in this condition Is not known but the supposition is they had become helpless on Friday and had been lying in their respective condition when found for over twenty four houis Without regaining consciousness or strength sufficient to relate the cir cumstances that caused them to fall in the positions in which they were found both Mr Polk and his wife died on Monday evening Mrs Polk at 5 30 YOUNG COUPLE ARE MARRIED Mr John Reynolds and Miss Mary Sippel Join Hands In Wedlock The marriage of Mr John Reynolds solemnizedIatMonday atternoon at 8 oclock Rev BM Cnrrie said the ceremony that made them one The bridal couple loft on the afternoon train for Louisville where several days will be spent with the grooms sister They will return to Cjoverport to make their home withlthe nodes mother The couple are well known young people of our town and are quite pop alar Base Ball Game Irvington Sept 4SpeolalIrvlngt- on and Rineyville crossed bats on tbe Big Spring grounds which resulted in a victory for Irvington by a score of 11 to 14 Each team clayed fast barf but on the account of rough ground there was a few errors Duffin made Irvingtons star and Nail made Rineyville The game was played Sept 8 Miss Claire Jolly returned Friday from a weeks visit to Mrs J M Fallon at Madoria Shapinsky Bros H I IThe Big Store oclock and her husband an hour and half later Circumstances however lead to the belief that Mr Polk In trying to decend the steps loading to the ground had fallen and his wire in attempting to go to nis assistance had also fallen and was too feeble to ariseThis aged couple had been living alone for sometime and had been very feeble and m an almost helpless con dition for several months They were in meagre circumstances and it is said felt too poor to employ assist anceWhen the state of their condition was learned the people of the community went to their assistance and made their surroundings comfortable until death relieved them of their sufferingsThe were brought to Clover port and were buried in the city cem etery Tneday afternoon IRVINGTON Misses Grace Edith and Eva Plank Miss Jennie wable Harris and Misses Margaret and Edith Burns of Clover port were the charming visitors of Mr Mrs C L Chamberlain last week Mrs G O Baliy and sister Miss Vista Lyons returned Monday from Virginia where they have been the guests of parents for the last month Mrs Nannie Wathen left Friday for an indefinite visit to relatives and friends in OwensboroMiss ockard returned Sunday from a visit to Carlisle Indiana the guest of her sister Mrs Con Bland G M Lyddan spent Monday in the I city on business I Mrs J B Bigtrs and son Owen have returned from a weeks visit to her sisters i at Evansville Indiana Miss B Ada Drury returned to Louis vibe Monday after being the guest of her sister Mrs R B McGlothlan for the past summer Mrs Nick Henry and baby of Chicago Illinois are with her parents Mr and Mrs D W Henty for several weeks Mr and Mrs LaGrand of Garfield were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Thomas Sunday Mrs R M Jolly Jr was the guest Miss Jennie Mable Harris last Friday and Saturday Rev Thompson Pastor of Chestnut Methodist church of Louisville passed through town enroute to Bewleyville where he preached last Thursday to the adies of the Missionary Work assembled there The report of his fine sermon at IRVINGTON LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS INSTITUTED Organization Affected on Last Thursday With Membership of TwentyThreeBanquet Given Members by Cloverport Lodge I Irvington Ky September Special The Irvington Lodge No 173 Knights of Pythias was instituted last Thursday at this placo with a membership of twen tythree by the degree team of the Breckenridge Lodge No 61 of Clovorport Ky Quito a suc cessful meeting was the result af ter which an elegant banquet was given by the Clovorport Lodge to the Irvington Lodge in honor of their organization Ir- vington following Clay- combDr Kemper Claycourt HON W J BRYAN IN LOUISVILLE The Hon W will in Louisville Wednesday 12 noon and over until the next morning the of that day opportunity will be given his friends meet him ono of the 1 the oclock hour is very flattering R M Jolly Sr was in Louisville on a trip The public school opened here last Monday with Miss Mary Joe Mattingly of Aztel as principal and Mrs Leal Pote of Bewleyville as The attendance was excellent the best we have had for a long time Regular Union prayer meeting the Baptist church next Thursday evening piomptlv 730 oclock is cordially envited to come Miss Fannie Board of Louisville and Miss Vera Russell of Waverly Kyare visitors of Mrs P E Dempster Miss Russell home list Tuesday Mrs Sam BIshoff and daughter Elizabeth of Chiverport are the guests of Mr and Mrs L D Bishoff Raymond and Douglas will return to their home in Owensboro this week after being the guests of their uncle J R Wimp for several days Miss Ola Smith left Sunday ror Bowl ing Green to accept a position in a tele phone office Rev E W Groves reached a most practical sermon at his Sunday morning service on the ninth commandment Fault finding unjust criticisms slander and gosio were dealt with in a force ful but way which cannot fail accomplish good K it were the custom I of the clergy to deal more frequently with these very homely but hurtful sins whichare so common rather than jn abstract platitudes we would get more practical help from the pulpit and a better and higher plane of living would result Those who constitute the Lodge arc the Dr L B Moromnn W M S P J 0 Crutcher E II Shelman Bolin W L Arnold II H T B Herndon Dr P E Demster L H Jolly J A Foote J F S H Kern Lon Cowley Virgil 0 Duf fin E S McAfee N B Nether ton H C Sapp and Dr C F Marshall J Bryan arrive Sept at remain During afternoon an to at hotels 11 Friday business assistant at at Everybody returned Brashear all kindly to Parks James Miss Irene Sirnrn of Louisville spent the day in Irvington Saturday looking after the interests of the private school Site is a teacher of experience and training after graduation at the Girls High School she finished the Normal course and has taken a two years course in Biology and Euglish at the University of Pennsylvania She is eminently qualified to give special lessons in language literature and science Miss Elizabeth Olmstead is with Mrs A M Jolly She returns to Louisville today after a brief visit to Miss Tula Daniels nt Hardinsburg- Our boys won a game of ball from Ekron on last Saturday by a large score They played Big Springs Sept 3rd Good Advice Oh my exclaimed the excited woman who hull mislaid her husband Im looking for a small man with one jyc Well maam replied the polite 3oorwnlker If hes ft very small man Maybe youd better use both eyes Philadelphia Ledger Urine on Love flint iCie She Thats nil very pretty Tack but do you think we cnn live on love and kisses lIeIts much the safest Everything else Is either adulterated or poisoned or tainted Excbnuge linn the Vurld Inr- Knlcker I think tIle world owes every limn n living Hockor Perhaps but he has to toke It out In tradeowY- ork Sun- Shame may retain what the law does not prohibit Seneca DIED INLOUISVILLE Remains of Wm H Dhonau Brought Here For Burial Wm H Dbonau brother of Mrs Christiana Hamman of this city died at the Norton Infirmary Louisville Ky Aug 24 1 lOll at eleven P M Altho be had been in poor nealth for two years his strength never began to tail nun until last January and from that time on all that physicians could do for him was to no avail As a list resort he was taken to Louisville Aug 20 where he under went an operation on the 24th which at first seemed to be successful but on the fiftn day thereafter he closed his eyes in that sleep from which none wakenMr Dhonau was born near Rome Perry county Ind Jet 3 18UO and lived there until seven years of age when his parents moved to Brecken ridge co Ky settling on a farm near CIcverport On Oct 23 1890 Mr Dhonau was married to Miss Ada Meador daugh ter of James Meador and to this union four children were born Besides his wife and children Mr Dhonau is survived by one brother Albert Dbonau of Evansville and live sisters Mrs C Fnchs of Tell City Mrs P Dick of JArman Ridge Mrs W Saunders Miss Harriet Dhonau and Mrs C Hninman of this city In 1802 Mr Dhonan moved to Charleston Mo wnere be engaged very extensively 1n farming for ten years when on account of his wifes health he returned to Kentucky and located on a farm near Ekron where ho was living at the time of his death In tne death o Wm Dhonau we realize a good man a kind husband and a loving father has passed from among us and as such he was liked and admired by all who knew him for nls true worth The remains were brought to thin city Wednesday and taken to the home of his sister Mrs C Hamman where they laid in state until Aug 30 when tna funeral was conducted from the Presbyterian Church at 130 P M by RevE W Graves the pastor as sisted by Hev H M Currie of the Methodist Church The services wire very impressive being in charge of the Ekron and Clo verport lodges of WoodmAn of Amen ca of which organization Mr Dhonan was a member carrying insurance with same Interment was at city cemetery Mis Robert Polk returned from Cincinnati and Frankfort Monday evening accompanied by Mrs L Tobin Jrof Frankfort who will be her guest for a week Wilbur Hamman will leave Sept 10 for Centte College at Danville Ky where lie will enter upon a four year classical coins + of study Mwrw wnwMww tiww Nwwwww ww nw + w wtfItttWI1 w FALL GOODS AMATTERIFHEALTN aOYAItSAKI POWDER AbsolutelyPure- A Powdersfroophatlc acid HAS HO SUBSTITUTE PROGRAM OF SUNDAY 4 SCHOOL CONVENTION tTbe ot the Sunday School Convention be neld at Ouster Ky September 10 1006 FORENOONSong PrayerWelcome Address Joe Trent AssociationCo President theSundayDisad theSundayHaw to Awaken Deeper Interest In the SundaySchoolReyHoekinsonSeme SundaySchool wellTheSchoolMrsThe Father in the Sunday School Z T Hoskinson AFTERNOON SchoolJobnButlertae Methods of TeacbingUUbert Pile The StandardSundayTaylorPrinciples TrentTheLyonWhyCDowellSuudaySohoolRev Official Business AnnouncementsSong Collection Benediction J W Harrington Prea Settle Taylor Secy Rheumatism is not incurable Stub born Yes But Ur Shoops Rheu matic Remedy will if faithfully used drive it out of the system Its the blood aryetaleinusclea Dr Srboops Rheumatic Remedy prevents thla It drives Rhea ij I Rheujlit Severs Drntj Co u Shapinsky Bros The Big Store Shapinsky Bros Have Received Their Big Stock P Pf JJ 4 4T 1 Our large and wellselected line of Fall Goods has arrived has been put on the counters for display and is ready for you Such a line of Mens Clothing Hats Shoes and FurnishingsAs has never been seen before in Cloverport is at our store The finest goods in style quality and durability can be found in our stor- eyoure Well Dressed When Shapinsky Dresses You P P r 4T 4 I SKsLphsky Bros = Cloverport VMAW L i p xi 4 04i i I1 r I i D i I i 0 I r I 0 r i i I 0 I 0 i Q 1 h ij i i v t I i 1 r I r I tPzi I fj i I 1- 01 J t J i i t t i CARRS TRADE LETTER Wet Weather Has Checked Spring Wheat Marketing But The Rush Is Pue Eary Farmer Shippers Ukely to Get The Best of It Break In Corn Would Start Buying And Possibly Bul- lCampaignNorthwest Promises Big Offer ing Of Oats Wet weather over the spring when states of the northwest has followed the harvest and resulted in rather slow threshing and marketing operations For this reason tnero has been no such movement of wheat to Minneapolis am Chicaco as the trade expected by the last days of this month There is little doubt that fine September weather will see very free marketings of thA sur pins wheat at least over and above vhat farmers are able to care for In their nine While the trade watches closely to see how the northwest farmer is going to offer his wheat the south west la holding back its best grain and this has given the country at large very limited movement lot some days past A continuation of light receipts might start the foreigner to buy- Ing morn actively The latest London report is that excessively wet weather ruins a great quantity ot Russian wheat and lowered the quantity of much more It is presumed that elevatoi and milling interests in the northwest will care for a large portion of the early spring wheat movement If this is not the case and there are heavy hedging sales in this market against the run of spring wheat nothing at present in sight will pre vent further lowering of prices We wish to encourage wheat raisers in becoming direct shippers of their own grain Quite a number have already loaded and shipped their wheat to this market and wo venture the prediction that at the end of the season they will be financially ahead of those who undertake to store their grain or have the regular grain handlers market it for them There isi a warm dispute among corn traders aa to whether or not this market will have a greatly increased movement next month The first of the present week brought larger receipts but these have gradually dwindled and at present waiting the country offerings are so moderate aN- to give little promise of any increase in Chicago stocks Seldom in late years has Chicago been found with so little cutn on hand and the total vi ible supply in relatively very light Cash corn rules well over the price of futures Large inannfactming In terests are good l nears of the cash ar ticle Elevator people have been active on the buying silo of September corn There is no question about abundant corn reserves but the corn raisers of this country have made the good prices for the past ten mouths and they show no disposition at present to offer very freely at tnis level the country never presented more promising corn oiop for the last i week in August A liberal run of corn tor a week or ten days nifty bring one oent or more concession in prices and then a let up in offerings on the decline is likely to start both speculative and investment buying Weather conditions aver the north west where thu buuipei oats yields are found this year Hive prevented tree marketing All thu advices from that iuarter suggest that there will be heavy leofirta in the near future with I fine weather The speculative trade will feel the weight cl the hedging sales and buyers ate inclined to bold oft to get in on any break CARH Good for the cough removes the cold the cause of the cough Thats the work of Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tarthe original laxative cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold ball druggists Bookkeeping For Children I found the other day in a collection of old papers the account book opened with mv eldest son when upon his sixth birthday an allowance of 35 cents a ween was given him Out of that he was to give to the Sunday school rive cents weekly Ho was to use his own judgement in spending his money nut he was to give account for every penny on Saturday night when his father went over tho account with General DebilityD- ay In and day out there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and tho whole system suffers For this condition take Hoods SarsaparillaIt vitalizes the blood and lIves visor and tone to all tho organs and functions In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs lOOdoseall trim and settled it for the week A schedule of charges for mIsdemeanors was fixed upon at the outset the cblld decided what they should be and signed a contract to pay the same cheerfully when required He was toI be paid extra for doing certain things like shovelling snow weeding the garden eXCd Added to this an account was Kept of gifts of money making II in all quite a bit of bookkeeping demanding regularity and accuracy of entries That account book with pencil attached was kept within easy reach Here are a few items on the debit side Losing my nat 03 Spilling ink on baby 0 Skipping bath 0 Saucy to cook 03 Muddy shoes in house 03 The OntlooK WASHINGTON LETTER Washington Sept 8 Ollie James and Jnnn Wesley Gaines champions of trustbusting in tho House should certainly find much satisfaction in the trust busting campaign which thanks in part at least to their efforts is now being carried on by the government The summer season is a bit slack for such work but September which brings the Federal courts into regular session will see a renewal of activities along all lines Attorney General Moody after a long rest will soon be back at his desk to stay and his com ing will be the signal for a forward movement Many of tne pending cases will come up for trial in the early fall indictments against alleged offenders will be sought in several judicial dlstiots and the goverments forc of investigators will contlune Its search I for evidence Indeed Mr Moods chance for fame depend s largely on th anti bad trust campaign with its numerous ramifications stretching into many fields The Department of Justine hopes to bring the notion against the tobacco trust to a final issue this fall or winter The Standard Oil from which a great fight is expected will also receive ita share of attention In Honda the Wholesale Grocers Association is to have a look at the big stick i the Terminal Railroad Association of St Louis is on the rack to be shown in Missouri j the fight againstII the National Retail Delation will continue at Indianapolis the federal grand jury in Tennessee has returned indictments against- an alleged fertilizer trust proceedings against the Virginia CarolinaChemical Company are pending in Southern courts and over in Hawaii the government is after an alleged lumber trust proImusesall kindsII I J Adam Bode of Minnesota the humorist of tne house pointed sucn a glowing word picture for the PresI- dent last winterof the fine hear Hunt ing in the streets of Duluth that Mr Roosevelt it has been announced is going out there that is to Minnesota not toDulntbtbis fttll to decimate the ursne population If the President had postponed his decision however he might well have concluded to stay is Washington for developments of the last few days have wrested from Duluth its oltt ma as the finest municipal game pteserve In the country and given the prize to Washington indeed Wnshingtunians are seriouslyl i considering the question of calling in Hunter Roosevelt to aid in censuring the elephant which has been roaming through the suburbs of the city foi the- ItstI few days It Is not tne G OP elephant either but a n al one or r tber two of them which having scaled from a local show have been roaming tne country for several days Five hundred dollari reward has been oftered tot their capture and elephant bunting parties are scouring the country for strange as it may seem the two elephants chained together at that hare succeeded in evading all searchers since the day of their escape One young farmer it is trne did meet the pair of pachyderms attempt ed to begnile them into captivity with sugar and was promptly chased to the tall timber for his pains It is be- lIeved the beasts are hiding in some Slough on the river And as if a real live elephant hunt was uot enough Washington this week indulged In a- rAal fox hunt in the residence district Not a regular atfair of hounds horns and red coats but an impromptu one occasioned by the appearance of two willi foxes from no one knows where Every one on hand joined in including several policeman and utter a melee in which one woman tainted several valorous citizens were scratched and bitten one of the animals was captured Bat It will take just about one more affair of the kind to cause Washingtonians organize into huge hunters protective society with President Roosevelt at the head a posl tion to which it is said he could easily e lured by the magic of the word protective Issues oome and issues go both through legislation and from natural soannlngthe surprised to find that the Issue of gov ernment ownership of railroads which was so much in evidence a year ago appears to have been sidetracked ten porarily at leat by the passage of the rate law Public interest as reh cted in the gossip that one hears about the hotel corridors among the poll tlclaas who drop into the notloit capital in connection with the ap- proachIng campaign appears to have shifted to the question of mnncipe ownership Every section of the coun try seems to be deeply interested in the subject although in some 101ahtlts the strength of the municipal cwner ship idea is reported to be waxing white in others it is waning in strength An led ana politician on his way home from an Eastern trip ommented on this nnnsual situation the other dav I was surprised to find be said not only In New England but throughout the last the politicians are speculating on the ef feet of the municipal ownership movement as affecting the politicml line up Out In my part of the country we have passed through tiis phase of agitation and we are considering tips question only in its business aspect as affected by practical experience A god many cities in the Middle West have tested mnncipal lighting for instance long enough to form a definit opinion as to its merits and drawbacks Such cities in my own State as Richmond Muncie Marion and Lo ganaport have all been through this matter and have now either definitely gone back to the private company eys teiz as cheaper and more efficient or else are seriously considering such a step uike most political crazes thlll seems to travel in a cycled A13Tt7IfiZl12esrz theTbKind You Have Always Bought gaatnre YPot P06TOFFICE CLERKS Form a Union Affiliated With the Fed eratlon of Labor Chicago Aug 28 Ropresentatlv postofllce clerks from six cities met here and formed a national union un der the auspices of tho AmerIcan Federation of Labor Tho organlza tlon which will be known as the Na tional Federation of Postofflce Clerks is the first national labor union In the United States to bo composed oxclu slvely of government employes Dele gatos were present from Milwaukee Louisville Nashville Salt Lake City San Francisco and Chicago Several other cities it is said will be repre sented in the movement as soon as It Is fairly launched All of the branches that sent delegates to tho convention ore chartered by the American Fed oration of Labor as local unions and the movement to start tho national federation is said to have the ap proval of Samuel Gompers and his associates In the executive council Formal application for a national charter was forwarded to Washing ton The object of the federation Is said to be to seok tho adjustment of grievances by having the American Federation of Labor stand sponsor for remedial legislation which gov eminent employes are prohibited from attempting to Influence OFFER OF CLEMENCY Regarded as an Important Incident by Both Press and Public Havana Aug 29In tho absence of any news of fighting between govern ment and insurgent forces Interest centers In the governments offer of clemency to those of Its enemies who will lay down their arms and return to their homos While the press and public regard tho offer as an Import ant Incident of tho conflict the re theIlIs criticised especially In many quarters because it docs not fix a time limit for tho laying down of arms thus giving the Insurgents time to test their cause and still reserve the Opt portunity to quit whon satisfied tbero is no chance of success The construction of the earthwoks for tho defense of the city of Pinar del Rio Js being pushed It Is sated there that considerable number of insurgents have deserted and gone to theIr homes asserting that they wero deceived by those who induced them to join the revolt Fatal Dynamite Explosion Canton 0 Aug 29 John Flinn was killed and four workmen seriously Injured while engaged on the Wa bash railroad at Browstor 14 miles southwest of here All were laborers usIng a steam shovel A charge of dynamite placod to tear up the ground failed to go off as expected The workmen with a steam shovel got too near it and it explodod Loss For McKinnon Ashtabula 0 Aug 27Flro orig mating in the iron works belonging to- W S McKinnon state treasurer at Ashtabula Harbor laid a largo portion- of the harbor business section In ruins and resulted in a loss of more than 65000 Internal Revenue Increase Washington Aug 30The monthly statement of tho collection of Internal revenue shows that the total receipts for July 1900 were 23399C7 an increase over July 1905 of SCOJ420 Rejected Fourteen Times Melbourne Aug 30For thg fourteenth time tho legislative council of VictorIa rejected the proposal to con fey the right of suffrage on women GIRL KILLS GENERAL Boldly Executed the Death Sentence Decreed by Terrorists St Petersburg Aug 27Satur days unsiiccoesBful attempt on the life of Premier Stolypln with Its slaughter of 32 persons was followed by another revolutionary move in which General Mln commander of the Semlnovsky guard regiment and who since his promotion to be a general was attached as a personal adjutant to the suite of the emperor was killed on the station platform at Peterhof by a young woman The assasln fired five shots Into General Mlns body with a revolver and without resistance submitted to arrest The capture of the girl waS effected by General Mlns wife who held her until tho arrival of en officer General Mln was returning from his summer residence at Peterhof and had just greeted his wife and daugh ter on the platform when the girl ap proached from behind and fired the fatal shots The girl did not attempt toescapeTo police she acknowledged that she did the deed saying she executed the sentence of the fighting organization of the social revolutionists but refused to give her name STOLYPIN HORROR Is Only a Sample of What May Be Expected of Terrorists St Petersburg Aug 27 Prcmlei Stolypins daughter one of those Injured by the bomb explosion In the premiers summer home Saturday and who was erorneously reported to have died is still alive The premiers son who also was hurt is better The telegram sent by Emperor Nicholas to M Stolypln after the explosion was as follows I can not find words to express my Indignation I hope with all my heart that the health of your son and daughter will soon be restored and likewise that of the other persons Injured Two more persons Injured by the explosion died bring ing the total number of deaths up to 32 Tho central committee of Social Revolutionists issued a proclamation which declares that unless the gov eifnment forthwith alters Its policy such acts as the attempt on the life of Premier Stolypln will be pursued to the utmost and government represen tatives will be killed by hundreds Shooting Tour JIlent Sea Girt N J Aug 29Fxcel1ent shooting conditions attended the sec ond day of the great military shoot ing tournament An Interesting fea ture of the day was tho excellent marksmanship of Mrs Elizabeth Top perweln of San Antonio Tex who qualified for enrollment as a member of the National Marksmans Reserve by scoring 59 out of a possible 75 In all seven shots each at 800 900 and yards The Leech cup match open to all seven shots each a t 800 900 and 1000 yards was won by Captain Stewart Wise First corps of cadets Boston with the fine score of 100 out of a possible 105 Second prize 25 was won by Corporal Eastman Ohio with a total of 94 Standard Oil Indictments Chicago Aug 28The two grand juries which investigated relations between the Standard OH company and railroads reported 10 indictments Each of tho 6428 counts In the 10 Indictments covers an alleged offense and Is based on a tank car shipment of petroleum products from the re fineries at Whiting Ind According to a statement Issued after the Indict ments were returned from the office of the United States district attorney those shipments were carried by the following roads Chicago Burlington Quincy Chicago Alton Chicago Eastern Illinois Evansville Terre Haute Illinois Central Southern and Lake Shore 8 Michigan Southern Big Salmon Catch Washington Aug 28 Commission er Dowers of the bureau of fisheries returned from Alaska where ho went to Inspect fisheries He was In com pony with Solicitor Sims of the de partment of commerce and labor who reported the raid mado on the seal rookeries by the Japanese sealers with results so disastrous to them selves Bowers declined to comment on the incident Mr Bowers says the catch of red salmon la Alaskan wa ters this season will be as large as It has been in any season for many year He saw one haul in which 145 000 rod salmon were taken Feared Another Quake Lima Peru Aug 27 There was great alarm in this city owing to tho prediction of a strong earthquake shock both hero and at Callao Many families In both places spent hours in the streets and in tho public squares The authorities tried their best to calm the people but found it Im possible Quantroll Raider Oak Grovo Mo Aug 28 Captain J Frank Gregg who for the first half of the civil war was in General Shel bys command but later was with Quantrell the raider and is said to have been in the famous raid at Law rence Kan died at his home at Grain Valley near hero High Price For Lemons San Diego Cal Aug 28Tho cash prIce of lemons Is at highwater mark 4i cents a pound This Is the highest prIce obtained here la five years for fresh fruit picked from the trees al though 3 and 32 cents per pound was paId in previous years 55103863 Paid San Francisco Aug 29 Thirty fivo Insurance companies out of the 120 Involved In the San Francisco disaster have paid in the aggregate 5510383622 according to their office record to data WINEESTSE The Thing For Bird These shells give an open pattern at from 25 to 30 yards in choke bore guns They are loaded In U Leader and U Repeater brands THEY MAKE BIG BAGS Ask Your Dealer To Get Them citiiiEuY State fair Louisville BRUSH SMELLS Shooting and THE J m PIKE Mgr h 17= 22 PREMIUMSIS25OOOI TROTTING AND RACES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits Other Attractions lOW RAILROAD RATES Fifth Avenue HOTELISIf Louisville Ky CAMPBELL Sept RUNNING rrZ = = The most centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city 1200 rate onlyII Only one block from the shopping district and two blocks tromIIthe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts Iot the cityII r 1 VThe school for the young man or young woman who de sires an honest and thorough education A corps of nine experienced and well equipped teachers will assist me in tho class rooms We have the Classical Scientific Theological Commer cial Musical and Elocutionary courses of h work will be required in each department Diplomas will be given in each The scholastic year begins August 31 1906 Rates are extraordinarily low For particulars write for Catalog J W HUGHES President Kingswood College Via earned Klngswood Ky ANNASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY- A natural paradise where human ills find quick reliefreached direct by the Southern Railway Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest IIl point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the seaII Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cejit stamp toI C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS 1 IIIIII III k V 1t 1 1t 1I 1 1 4 tITr 19 4 m ke 1 In IsS r e 2LY r f ftl t 4 V 1myto pal om I et- aII 1 l t j ISt t f I I i l r r tFt i tFY 1 1 i1i i II i ttI Qt- II Mt t tAit rt Itltr BUNCHED PARAGRAPH F VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN t Important Events Occurring Both at i Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Arc4ranged In This Column JWilliam H Maxwell superintendent tf ha3cB I Y spelling board ILady Campbell Bannermnn wifa o the British promler Sir Honry Gamp bell Bannorinnn la doad Sho ha I Pj been an invalid for years As the rosult of a quarrel over the ff settlement M an estate at McCrackea jjv Kan Omar Young shot and Mlle 1 tiL Alexander Walker Jr and Grant Pet fi tyjohn and later killed hlmsolf b An engagement between insurgents v and government troops is reported ti have occurred near Artamlbn prow inco of Plnar del Rio near tin Ha vana border The result is pot hnowu a An Imperial ukaso authorizes the rv Russian minister of finance to tease- liyl 26000000 in four per cont rentes to j cover the expenses of the relief of the districts affected by tho failure of the cropsGovernor Sobrndo of tho province of Plnar del RIo Cuba who has uoeu UnitedfSettle matters with the insurgents within a week Major Alfred Dreyfus will retlia from tho French army in October on a pension DeWltt Adams 27 and Miss Carroll Jones 17 were drowned in attempt- Ing to lord Fall river near Fredonla Kan The commander and the third of fleer of the British steamer Balakanl from Philadelphia for London were washed overboard Aug 29 With all the securities held by Fred E Smith late treasurer of Summit county 0 taken at their face value the examiners report he is still over 12000 short At Winona Miss as the result of the renewal of an old quarrel Samuel HIghtower and his son James High tower were killed by Walter Cooper who was seriously wounded City Sealer Joseph Green of ChI- cago has directed that suits be in stituted against the AngloAmerican Provision company Armour Co Swift Co and Morris Co on a charge of selling shortweight lard An incendiary fire damaged Hllz Brothers dye house in Hamilton 0 to the extent of 2600 Eli Sutherland a bartender shot and killed May Jackson an actress at Butte Mont and then shot himself He will die burningIHuron were rescued by the crow of the steamer City of Mackinaw A sudden rise in tho Appomattox river inundated the wharves at Petersburg Va and flooded a number of business houses in tho lower section of the city Mr F Elliott general counsel for the Standard Oil company denies tho rumor that that company has taken steps to acquire all the distilleries in the United States Otto B Schultz a baker of Racine Wls has been awarded damages in the sum of 0000 against members of the trade and labor council for boy cotting his business Frost reported from Iowa lowlands in vicinity of Creston and Charles CityMartin Zink killed at railway cross ing in Norwalk O Leaves wife and two children Scenic railway car at amusement park near Indianapolis jumped the track Five persons hurt A light frost was reported from Reading Kan breaking the record of the last 10 years for early frost The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this Country most dangerous 7Plive bottles deaths are caused b- yItheart disease pneumonia failure or apoplexy are often result kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned will attack vital organs or the ddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers swampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar sized You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that heart the of blood the tells all about It both gomeofexampnoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember thoIname SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp hoot and the address Blngbamton NY la on every bottle LOW RATES fOR THE STATE FAIR Railroads Fix One Fare For the Round Trip MANY VARIED ATTRACTIONS Provided For State Fair Week Sept 17 18 19 20 21 22 TROTTERS AND RUNNERS DAYiSurpassing Exhibition of Horseflesh Cattle Sheep and Swine Womans Department a Joy to Housewives Twentyfive Thousand Dollars In Premiums and Purses Railroad rates for the State Fair have been fixed at one fare plus 25 cents for tbo round trip from all points in Kentucky and in Southern Indiana With nine railroads running into the city of Louisville where the Fair will be held during the week of September 1722 one bundred passen ger trains daily will carry thousands to the metropolis of Kentucky In addition many special trains will bo ran In order to accommodate those who wish to visit the Fair for a single day only There Is no part of the state of Kentucky from which Louisville can not be reached in a reasonable time From the western part of the state A CLYDESDALE the Henderson and Illinois Central railroads will furnish ample accommo dations end In the southern part tho L N will bring thousands whllo from the central and eastern sections the C 0 Southern and L N will bring the crowds Once in Louisville ample amuse ment will be provided to keep every visitor well entertained and amused during his stay whether it be for a day or during tho entire week Of course the Fair Iitself will bo the cantor of Interest and there so many fron attractions havo been arranged for that the whole time can he spent enjoyably and profitably without seek ing other recreation Each of the men having the different departments InI hand is thoroughly qualified by long years of training and experience to arrange the exhibits In his charge In the most attractive and approved mannor Many Things to Please The Fair proper that Is the exhIb- its of horses cattle and other live stock the products of farm and field the garden and flower beds mechan ical department rind that devoted to womans handiwork will be both In tores ling and of great educational value This is not even half of the pleasure that has been provided for those who attend the Smto Fair Those who love a contest and how many Kentilcklnns are there who do not boy tween the cleanlimbed and highspir ited trotting horses and thorough atsn POLLED lULL I breds will find four races on the program each day There will be either a trotting or pacing race best three heats In five anti three running races For over a month tho track has been In course of preparation for the trot ting races Thousands of gallons of water have been poured on it dally and after each wetting it has been rolled and packed so that the trotters irlll find firm and resilient surface under their shoes rather than the deep and sandy soil which is better tuned to thoroughbreds The hard lurfaco will not be of disadvantage to tho owners Inasmuch as the races Immediately before the Fair will be at Douglas Park a track that was built for trotting purposes and which is considerably harder than the average running track Among the races on the program Is one for trotters of the i10 class and a freeforall for pacers which will be decided on Friday In the thoroughbred division there will be a gentlemans cup race and two ileeple chases while every day there will be at tast one race of a mile or over As there will be no other racing in the west during the Fair the best horses in training and the highest class Jockeys in the west will tako part In the racing at the Stato Fair Purses for the trotting races will be 000 each a considerably larger amount than Is ordinarily offered at fairs Varied Attractions Visitors in the city during tho week can enjoy the many varied attraction at night They can go to the Fair and enjoy a concert by one of tho most famous musical organizations in the United States They can go over tho grounds and take In the carnival shows or can sit in the Palm Garden and enjoy the music while they chnt over pleasures of tho day with their friends and renew their acquaintance with Kentuckians from other parts of the state The social feature of the Fair will undoubtedly prove ono of its 8HIAWAB8E APPLES most attractive points and as the years go on the State Fair will be como more and more a meeting ground for Kentuckians from all sections of the commonwealth where they con see what tho other parts of the state are doing and exchange Ideas of mutual benefit The Stato Fair Is the place to meet your friends and enjoy a few days outing It comes at a season of the year when the farmer and stock raiser can best afford to leave their homes for a few days and thousands will take advan tage of the low rates in order to bo thereWhen tho exhibits of horofloah cattle and swine in the morning and the races in the afternoon have been sufficient for the day at the Fair the visitors can find other forms of recre ation and amusement in the five thea ters In Louisville or at any one of the several parks about the city At Ma cauleys theater they can find high class drama at tho Masonic enjoy a musical comedy at the Avenue a thrilling melodrama or at the Hop kind refined vaudeville Classes Well Filled Practically every class for which prize money has been offered has been well filled and the leading stock rats ers of the state will be there to show their horses their cattle their sheep and their hogs The exhibits of horse flesh will undoubtedlyI surpass anything ever before seen at the State Fair in Kentucky and will excel even those of the wellestablished State A FOUnTEAWOLD Fairs of Ohio Indiana and Illinois The fact that only ore week intervenes between the Fair and the Lou isville Horse Show has added many entries in the horse division The classes for the high steppers road sters and both three and fivegaited saddle horses have many entries that will be shown at the Louisville Hnrao Show The light harness and planta tion saddler classes which are exhib ited only at fairs In Kentucky have likewise been well filled In many of the saddle rings as many as twenty entries have been re- ceIved This is especially true of the fivegaltod saddlers and many other entries are expected before ribbons are tied In the beef cattlo division entries will come from Missouri Ohio and Indiana to compete with Ken tucky stock raisers and it Is predict ed that the Shorthorn and other beef cattle classes will surprise even those who have been regular attendants at fairs The Overton Hall Farm near IBID TAinrOBTH sow Nashville Tenn will send its entire herd of Jerseys considered the great est that has ever been furnished in this country It will include Brook hill Fox the champion Jersey bull of England The Judges selected for all the classes have been chosen with the greatest care They are men not only qualified to pass upon merits of the entries but also men who are absolutely unbiased end whose judgment would be readily accepted by both winners and losers alike I A HEALTHY OLD AGE OFTENTHEBESTPARTOFLIFE Help for Womon Passing Through Change of Life Providence has allotted us each at least seventy years in which to fulfill our mission in life and it is generally our own fault If we die prematurely I IeLfrt1ii1aritoehnc JNervous exhaustion invites disease This statement is the positive truth When everything becomes a burden I bloelcswithlout face flushes and you grow excited and shaky at the least provocation and you cannot bear to be crossed in anything are in danger your nerves have given out you need building up at once To build up womans lOlls system and during the nervI I betterIi I writesI ItInearing the change of commenced treatment with it I took in all about six bottles and itdicfcnie a great deal 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Repair workisI one of our specialties i Jewelry watches or any thing that can bo repaired you can depend on us to do it right We respectfully solicit your patronage T C LEWIS SON HARDINSBURG KY Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVeryow September 23 to 29 summerTO1 inclusive Cine way Colonist tickttt will be on sale September 15 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS ARK SSEjr trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on RequestII IGEOI JHcOUIREIGen Pass Agt Dist Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 JA1JJ4 11 AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPTO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted I SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY 11I1inerary of Trip Ie Creek Garden of the Grand River Canon Royall Gorge Gknwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Halt Air Marshal Pas Black Canon and 6H DAYS IN I WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of al- lS Special Sleepers will leave Louisvillei Night of JulyJ 25tli IIFrfull pluti1nr JJ II l7writlII stw awm tjff m SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY I IAre you making at much off your farm as you ought No ckubt you are all you can The trouble is the lland costs too much It takes too uiuh money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a llving on a small farm or perhaps yon are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price ol good laud is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground iis work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the South wit along the line of the Cotton ReK Route that can be bought for from 13 to if 10 an acre This laud is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trtp to tilt Southwest would convinip you that your test Intertats lay In MUltnff they The trip eon IK made lOt very little expense On the Ant Rod third TuetdHyx of rash month you ran purchase u round trip ticket to any point In tilt smtliwtot cm or via the Cotton Kelt Route ut very Iwt- llO topovtn will bt allowed fur you to examine auy locality you are Interested In write at jut for free ropltt of tiookn lUMrllilng this wonderful country sad for full Information about cost of tickets etc l C BARRY I P A Collln Belt Roule 82 rodd Building Louisville Ky CITY ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Cloverport Kentucky do ordain as follows Scc1 That that territory commonly known as1 the Kastland Addition to the City of Cloverport and more particularly dercribed as beginning at tho lower end of the HardSnsburg and Cloverport turnpike at the mouth of the lane in the lino of the City of Clocorport running with said city line in the center of said lane S18 t E 51 510 poles to a stone in the center of said lane corner to P Askins now F Fraixo tract thence with said line N 84 E 56 polos to a etono thence N 13T 13 810 poles to the turnpike thence with said pike N 74T 12 poles N 88 f W 46 7 poles to the beginning containing 16 acres 2 roods and 15 poles more or less be annexed to and become a part of the City of Cloverport and subject to all tho ordinances laws resolutions and by laws now in force and wInch may hero after be enacted for the government of saidcity Sec 2 That this ordinance bo published in four issues of the Breckinridge News a weekly paper published in the City of Cloverpnrt Passed and approved this 6th day of August 1906 Attest C W PATTERSON J G HARRIS Clerk Mayor Pi 1 I l- f i tl f i J i i J i I tI t fj f4t11 f- I 1- irr Iic ii t l f I l 1 i ir j t h1 1liy 0 i i A 1 V r1 A 4W IOft vl i J t c r2 p A The Iiii t i 40 i i j d 1 J i J r y r 1 WL l BRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS PubllihtriE Cod Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1S6 If paid at the end of year CARDS OFT ANKS over five lines charged er at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 MM per line Money In advance Kzamlnn the label on your paper If It ts tot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address nrtMcrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1900 I For Congress HON HEN JOHNSON IJV THE LAMD OFGOSHEJV- Wo had the pleasure of staying all night with our old friend and a subscriber for over thirty years Wm Judson Owen than whom no bettor man lives Gentle kind and hospitable a pure Christian gentleman of the old school it did our soul good to be with him in his hospitable home situated in that beautiful spot in the valley of the Land of Goshen This is one of the richest spots in Breckenridge county Hero is where corn grows the biggest and the whitest tobacco the broadest cattle and hogs revel in green fields of the finest blue grass and where fruit trees never die or fail to bring forth abundant fruit It was in this valley and on the spot where Mr Owens house now stands in the year of 1808 that old Goshcn church was instituted Walter Stallard Alexander Mc Dougle and Warren Cash were the trio who established the church and called it Goshen in honor of the beautiful valley sur rounding the home of Mr Owens great grandfatber There is un apple tree on this place 100 years old still bearing fruit and has never failed in the memory of the oldest inhabitant Mr Owen has a beautiful farm rich in blue grass and a soil that never fails to produce a good cropThe more we know and see of Breckenridge county the more impressedare we that we have the best lands and the best people anywhere in this broad land Tie Manufactures Record of Baltimore says Coaland iron the foundations of the worlds chief industries the bases of the vast wealth of Great Britain Germany and Penn sylvania the moving forces of all civilization are found in the South in quantity proximidity and cheapness of production on a scale not elsewhere duplicated in the world Of coal the South has nearly three times as much in area and many times as much in ijuaritity as Great Britain Germany and Pennsylvania combined Of iron Ore the South has certainly half of all the known ore of entire country Measure if you can the limitless possibilities the vast wealth of the future of this section MATTINQLY Little Clarence Hambleton is sickMrs T N Brickcy who has been sick for the past two weeks is improvingMr C B Pate of Clovcrport visited their daughter Mrs Alfred Hawkins last Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Harris of Nash ville Tenn and Mrs W H Brickey of McQuadys wore vis itors at the Tar Springs last week Mr Fuqua is teaching a sing ing school at this place He has a largo class of scholars Esquire Thomas Bates went to Hardinsburg last Monday Sam Lasloy went over in Tobin port last week and purchased span of line horses W N Pate has bought fifty head of line sheep Samuel Rico of Pisgah is slowly improving from a severe spell of illness THE TEMPERANCE QUES TION IN THE SENA TORIAL RICE The News took occasion to warmly endorse the action of Governor Beckham in putting the Sunday lid on in Louisville and gave him proper credit for passing the County Unit Law It took courage and honest convictions to do both of these things and we cannot believe that they were done for political effect as so able a politican as Governor would un doubtfully have seen such action on his part would turn from him in his race for the Senatorship the entire liquor interests of the State The News commends Governor Beckham again for his bold cour ageous conduct in enforcing the Sunday law against the saloon in Louisville and in extending the right to the several counties to vote as a unit against the saloon But when Governor Beckhair undertakes to make the temperance question an issue between Senator McCreary and himself in the Senatorial race we think he has made a serious mistake To make the temperance issue between two candidates for office one must be on one side and one on the other side Senator Me Creary is as much a temperance man as Gov Beckham If not a total abstainer he has never been a patron of the bar rooms He has not only voted on the temper ance side whenever he has had the opportunity but he has lived as he has voted He is a Christian gentleman and an active church man Ho has never received a dollar from the liquor interests to aid him in any of his campaigns and he has on the stump declared that he has not and will not re ceive a dollar in this campaign from these interests He has not condemned tho action of Gov Beckham in his closing the saloons in Louisville on Sunday nor in the passage of the county unit law Against a man with such a record Gov Beckham ha6 no right to raise the temperance issue and in the cause of temperance we pro test against it We object to Gov Beckham injuring an issue by at tempting to make the people believe that the nomination of Sena tor McCreary would be a victory for the liquor and lawless elements of Kentucky There are some of the very best and most earnest Christian ministers in Kentucky who will vote for Senator Mc Creary and thousands of as good temperance and law abiding citi zens will support Senator Mc Creary as Gov Beckham can rally to his support The fact that Gov Beckham lots tried to inject this question into the campaign iis the only thing that he has done to give coloring to the reports that these things were done for political effect and to recall the charges that have been made that in former campaigns Gov Beckham re ceived material aid from the liquor interests and the charge made by Dr Kerfoot a leading Baptist minister over his own signature that Beckham as Speaker of the House had prevented the passage of the County Unit Law We are not especially interested in this campaign between Beckham and McCreary Personally we like the Governor the best but wo are interested in the great battle that is being wedged against the saloon and we protest in the interest of this cause against it being dragged into a political contest in the in terest of a candidate and to the detriment of a cause when his op ponents life and conduct has made the issue utterly impossible Elizabethtown News Can you believe your senses When two of them taste and smell having been Impaired if not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can yon doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of It by the thousands whom it has cured It is applied directly to the effected airpassages and begins its healing work at once Wny not get it today All druggists or mall od by Ely Bros CO Warren Street New York on receipt of CO cents Miss Carrie Tucker is woiking for O g L Sippel A RARE OPPORTUNITY To buy a farm three miles from Cloverport on the turnpike road John M Beavin who is going to Oklahoma this fall offers his place of 223 acres at a great bargain Will sell it as a wholo or will divide it putting 123 acres including the dwelling house of 9 rooms and 2 halls and cistern and large barn Iti And 100 acre tract adjoinjng with 25 acres 1ittimbered and has 5 springs e tWThe timber on the 100 acre tract will pay tJ1 for half the laud 8Apply to John lI Beavin on the premises or Ito R L Newsom at Cloverport Ky I I IlM iR iII rI Stock ol- Merchandise II II I For Sale == = == As administrator of the estate of J T Drane I offer for sale the stock of mer chandise at Webster Ky which is part of this estate tAny one wishing to engage in the mer I rarnlocationFor further information call on or ad dress t ti H DRANE t rWebster KyJI STEPHENSPORT Rev Lewis filled his regular appoint ment here Sunday He will begin a protracted meeting the third Sunday Bro Thoniptsou of Irvington will assist him Mr and Mrs C D Fox returned home from Hardinsburg Friday School opened here Monday with Prof Roe as teacher Miss Mary Belle Bassham entered school here Monday Mrs Pike Conn and daughters Belle and Corinne returned Sunday from a two weeks stay with relatives in Jeffer sonville Charlestown and Marysvillr Mrs James Buchanan of Uniontown was the guest ot her sister Mrs Pike Conn a few days of last week Yandel Sargent has returned from a visit to his sisters Miss Pauline Hawkins has returned- to her home in Unontown after a plesant visit lo relatives here Mr and Mrs Todd of Newark N J have returned to their home alter a plesant visit to their father Geo Jamisoe of this place Mr and Mrs Godfrey Has well of Hardiusburg were in town Friday Mrs Sam Raynolds and children who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Leay has returned to their home near New Albany Iud Miss Judith Ellen DeJarnett of Hardinsburg is the guest of Miss Etta English A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES PllosDruggists 1aDaysPATESVILLE Edward Gabbert of Victoria was in town Wednesday Little Reba Compton is on the sick list this week G W Jarboe spent Saturday with his son Allen and family C A Walker of Duxes was the guest of Miss Mollie Fauver Friday F Young who was quite illB few days of last week is recovering some Mr and Mrs Leonard Preston and children went to Owensboro Saturday A V Day and little daughter Marie went to Whitesville Saturday returning the day following Mr and Mrs Slaughter of Dukes were the guests of their daughter Mrs Millard Nichols Saturday and Sunday W J Fauver left Thursday of last week for St Louis Mo to be with his sister and her husband Mr and Mrs AT Blaine Mrs Rena Lamb and daughters Mrs Jesse Marlowe and Anna Lamb went tc Cloverport Saturday afternoon to thf bedside of Mrs Lambs sister Mrs Mall PolkW S Reid of this placo was called Friday to the bedside of his sister and her husband Mr and Mrs Polko Cloverport which was reported that both were dying Mrs Matt Gentry and children 01 Brazil Iud who have been spendin s some time with relatives of this place went to Victoria Sunday Rev R M Oldham filled his regula appointment at the Baptist Church al this place Saturday afternoon and Sun day morning Laurence Day of Whitesville wh- has been spending several days wit his brother A V Lay our postmaster returned home Tuesday accompanied by his little niece Mildred Misses Mollie Fauver Anna Lamb Emma Clark Messrs James Lamb and Kirtley Kincaid of this place are at tending the Hancock county teacher institute at Hawesville this week Miss Esther Popham left Monda y for Loretta Academy Loretta Ky Carbon paper for copying pattern at the News office The family of Mr Julian Brown have returned from Tar Springs where they nave been spending soon time Mr Brown and family will take up their residence over his storeroom as poon as it is made ready for occupancyMr Mrs Harry Hamman o fo Terre Haute are here on a visit t Mr Hammans mother Mrs Christine Hamman Mr Hamman and famlj will shortly move to Louisville from Terre Haute Mrs F Mtimith visited atfHardinB burg last week Dick Stites has gone to California on a visit to his uncle Hamilton Stites Mr and Mrs Len Moorman ot Leitchfield are visiting Mi and Mrs J T F Owen near Glendeane Little Lewis Owen Moorman has been very low with typhoid fever for three weeks He was some better Saturday CLOVERPORTSATURDAY t SUN BROTHERS Worlds Progressive Railroad Shows Museum Menagerie and Trained Animal Exhibition WILL POSITIVELY APPEAR HERE IN ALL ITS GIGANTIC ENTIRETY 15th Annual Tour Under one Management Honestly Conducted Honestly Presented Truthfully Advertised Greatest IUcbest und Best show on Earth Some of the Great Features to be Seen With Sun Bros Worlds Progressive Shows Orrin Hollls Champion of Champions Principal Bareback Somersault and Trick Rider The Aerial Marvels Seven Smlllettas In Death Defying Performances In Midair Miss Nettle Hollls and her Prize RlnR Horse Don Beautiful and Accomplished Principal RiderWalter Ashburns most wonderful Troupe of Elephants beyond all doubt the wisest Brutes that walk the earth Herr Klutz the King of all wild animal trainers exhibiting Lions Tigers Leopards Pumas Hyenas In picturesque groups and difficult tricks Marvelous Ardello Family European Acrobats Six In number Introducing all the Latest Daring Sensational and Novelty Tricks And a Host of Happy MirthProYOking Jesters Pantomlmists and KnockAboutClowns- And other acts and novelties too numerous to mention This Is surely the best greatest and grandest all feature show that will visit your city this season SUN BROTHERS GREATEST SHOW OF THE WORLD The Grand Picturesque Street Parade take place at 12 oclock noon Two Performances Afternoon and Evening 2 and 8 p m Doors Open One Hour Ea- rlier43c I I- III III I- If I Extra Heavy Sanitary I f I Fleeced Underwear Onlytgarmenth I ShapinskyBros IICloverport Kentucky I illlilfllIIIfM flllrMEMrtIIllII I BEWLEYVILLE ISchool opened Monday with large at tendanceMiss Compton who has been the guest of C H Compton and family of Owensboro returned home Saturday night W J Hay of Grayson county visited J D Jordans family Mr and Mrs Ruey Cox of Guston visited Dr P W Foote and family Sun dayMiss Ona McCoy was the guest of Miss Nora Bandy Saturday and Sunday Misses Katie Hardaway and May Jor dan returned home Saturday from a long visit at Grayson Springs Miss Bevie Cain and brother Hurl bert left Sunday night for Bowling green Mr and Mrs Edd Triplplt returned home Sunday night Mnena Anderson came home Satur day night from Louisville Mr and Mrs H I Snyder spent Sun day in Cincinnati J M Compton is visiting his mother near Mystic who is very Il- lLODIBURU Morten Brumfield Sample was a guest of Miss Lena Avit Sunday Several from here attended the picnic at Sample Saturday The ice cream supper at Ators Saturday night was largely attended Miss Mary Frances Argabright visited at John Biddies Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J T Bryant and family of Brandenburg visited at C C Grants last week Mr G D Lawson Hawesville is visiting at C C Grants If all dyspepsia sufferers Knew what Dr tichoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of the past Dr Snoops Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonio action upon the inside nerves the true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fnllness bloating belching eto Cull for the Restorative We recom mend ana sell Dr Shoops Restorative Severe Drug Co AP BC self ret Ll r hey t hey I lady toTi TiWI WIJ A- Byri eek The aYe Mrsst Ml ae the lMtSEm Mist onisl Dr arcs GOO re 1- lnfor ROOt n Cu- IIzab The the a dayMrs lung film Mor was onez area InelIn Fiat hibllie I lieMIS I athInd tbey ynint jost Ii D rd erg its mybto Ire e suit I beani aniikly riklyisa isaex exIs lay fig tott fI rlab abet etabt o l Vjen erS sc 1Idr 1In drIts I Itse 5- III cc r1 d a CCr CCt X i r41iTr I i i j i The Breckenridge News NESDAY SEPTEMBER li IgM A FACT BOUT THE BLUESI What is known as the Bluesi seldom occasioned by actual exist r external conditions but In thewit majority of cases by a disorder LIVER THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of nits Pills hey control and regulate the LIVER hey bring hope and bouyancy to the lad They bring health and elastic ty to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE William White is at Holt J A Barry went to Enron Sunday Byrne Severs is In Louisville this eekThe Shop epmloyes observe Labor ayMrs Henry Pato was in Louisville st e9k JI4 Cora Crocket of Hawesville is the Springs Miss Lydia Frank has returned om Cincinnati Miss Grace Ferry was at hnuie from onia villa Sunday Dr and Mrs R L Newsoin and any Newsom a e at Tar Springs George Gray ot Owensboro was ire Monday visiting his brother inford Scott Reduced railroad rates account Har n County Fair Sept 4 5 and 6 lizabothtownThe Belle excursion boat the an excursion to Cannelton Sat day afternoon Mrs R B Pierce took a party of lung church workers on an outing to cillman last week Morrison Calhoon dentists office wnstalrs 205 Fourth street both ones Owensboro Ky Great display of cattle sheep and ine Hardin County Fair Sept 4 and 6 Elicabathtown Finest horses and mules will be on habit at Hardin county Fair Sept 5 and 6 Elizabetbtown Misses Verna Ryan and Nina tatherbolt of Tobmsport have gone Indianapolis to visit a mouth 1 11hb jPnblia School will open Mon y rrat The delay was caused by 3 instalation of the steam heater IJost Gold neck lace with heart hear Initials C M S Return to D Seaton Cloverport receive re rd torgeous and beautiful display of its flowers and vegetables Harain- inty Fair Sept 4 5 and 6 Eliza btown Irs David Mattingly and children- e returned from a visit to her ants Mr and Mrs R Mattingly he young ladles of the city will I Hnlze a clnb next month to hold ikly and monthly meetings for girls iss Annie Zora Bonner has returned Texas She was accompanied to St Is by ner sister Mrs Wickliffe taven gger better grander than ever re will be the Hardin County I Sept 4 5 and GI Elizabetbtown and 6 Elizabetatown r premium list and other informa about grand Hardin County Fair 4 6 and 0 at lizabetltown e to R H Esk ridge secretary abethtown Ky onng Plants very farmer knows that le plants grow better than ers Soil may be the same seed may seem the same some plants are weak and strongrid the way with dren They are like young I its Same food same home I bigI111andI weak cotts Emulsion offers an r way out of the difficulty d weakness often means vation not because of lack ood but because the food i not feed jI dints Emulsion really feeds gives the child growing gth hatever the cause of weak and failure to grows Emulsion seems to find cljip the master right Send for free sample MrM Chemist 409 Pearl St New Yorl 7 c yc wid lioo i all druggists 1f m Attend Haidln County Fair Eliza betbtown Sept 4 lC and 61 Miss Ray Heyser will leave Monday for Liberty College at Ulapgow Mrd J T Lewis and children are at Hxrdinsbntg with Rev Lewis at tending the Baptist Association Back numbers ot Saturday Evening Post 8 cents tne copy at than News office LostDiamond ring and cresont pin set in pearls Finder will receive re ward at Brtckentidge News Office Back numbers of Century magazine containing tbe serial Fen wicks Career tor eale twenty cents each at he News office Miss Pauline Moorman has arrived from St John to epend the winter with Mr and Mra J E Keith and attend the High School Rev B M Cnrne entertained the Mite nox holders of the Methodist Sunday schoolat the parsonage Saturday afternoon Prizes were given to those holding boxes containing the most moneyMr and Mrs W H Bowmer re turned home from Benton Harbor yesterday They were accompanied on the trip by Mr John Barks Jr of Louisville Morris1 Hansbrongb Jr of Hodgens vile and formerly of Alabama has succeeded Jno U Babbaize Jr as local editor and manager of tie Breckenridge News Miss Lydia Uoerlng of Hawesville and Mr J S Weaver of Ohio were tbe guests of Miss Mayme DeHaven Monday evening Miss UeHaven returned to Hawesville with them tbe same evening HAS STOOD THETES1 25 YEARS The old original GUOVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 60c SUN BROTHERS SHOW COMING Will Give Two Performances In Cloverport On Next Satur day September 8 The papa who is the possessor of an heir in knee pants wouldnt hire rent or let him out under any circumstances this week for the Sun Brothers Trained Animal Shows will be here Saturday and he is already telling mama what a martyr be will make of himself just to take Jimmie to see the ele phantThis is strictly a railroadshow and exhibits more Animals Acro bats Musicians Jockeys Thoroughbred horses Comical Clowns Funny Jugglers etc for less money than any other traveling amusement enterprise The show wilt arrive in Clover I port next Saturday Sept 8 Two performances will be given 2 and 8 oclock p m A feature will be the grand street pageant promptly at 12 oclock THE MAPticela CHICAGO Cattle Common to prime steers 3 7B6 85 cows 13 7004 10 heifers J2 155 10 bull J2 04 40 stackers nnd feeders J2 C04 35 Sheep and LambsSheep 4 266w lambs J6 007 85 yearlings 5 006 50 Calves 3 008 00 Hogs Choice to prime heavy 6 SOQt IS medium to good heavy 5 9066 10 butcher weight JG 10 6 20 good to choice heavy mixed 5 80 C 00 heavy packing 5 60gJ5 70 Wheat No 2 red 7272c OatsNo 2 29 c- CornNo2 50c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export 5 256 00 shipping steers U 765 25 t it hers cattle Jl 7505 00 heifers 13 2505 00 fat cows J2 25K4 00 bulls 2 254 00 milkers and sprlnijcis JSO 00050 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings 6 006 50 wethers J5 756 00 spring lambs J6 008 CO Calves nest 8 008 25 Moge Heavtei J8 6506 60 mediums Yorkers and pigs tt 6006 65 roughs 15 1005 40 stags 14 0004 75- CLEVELAND Cattle Choice steers 5 3505 CO heifers 14 254 50 fat cows n 2603 50 bulls 2 753 00 milkers and sprlngers 16 00042 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice spring lambs J7 758 00 yearlings 5 5006 25 mixed sheep 4 7505 25 ewes J4 60 Calves J8 00 down Hogs Medium heay J8 30 Yorkers 6 4006 45 pigs 6 40 stags 3 754 00 roughs J5 0005 40 PITTSDURG Cattle Choice B 757J 6 00 prime 5 5005 70 tidy butchers 1 0005 00 heifers 13 004 40 fat cows bulls and stags 2 004 00 fresh cows 25 00060 00 Sheep and Lambs Prim J wethore 5 6506 80 good mxed u 40 560 lambs J5 008 00 Hogs Heavy JC 40 mediums 6 60 Yorkers and pigs J6 606 65 NEW YORK Cattle Steers U 50 6 10 cows 1 0004 00 bulls J2 6004 00 Sheep and Lambs Shop 3 255 50 culls 2 OOJ3 00 lambs JO 2508 00 culls 5 0005 60 CalvesVeal 5 600 9 00 Hogs State and Pennsylvania hogs 11 9007 00 choice light n 10 CINCINNATIWheat No2 red 72- 78c CornNo2 mixed 60060Hc Oats No 2 mixed 31tt3Uio RyeNo2 dO 061c LardS 40 Bulk meats9 1l1 lJncon10 25 Hogs 15 106 35 Cattle 12 005 25 Sheep2 654 65 Lambs 14 2508 00- BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above 34c X 31333c No 1 041c No2 S839o fine unwashed 25 26c washed delaine 36c unwashed de kino 27412ac- TOLEDOWheat 78Ho corn B2 iQ oats 52oryf liGo elorerseei f 40 Nasal CATARRH Elys In Cream Balm cluciti soothes and beats the dlteated membrane It cnn catArrh and miTe away a cold In the bead quicklyCream Balm IIi placed Into the nOltrUIlpreaas over the membrane and la absorbed Relief li Im mediate and k care follows It III not drylnlt4oe1 not produce meeting large Size M ants atDrug gluts or by null Trial Size 10 ants KIT BROTHERS M Warren Street New York Henderson Route Notes State FairSeot 14 to 22 inclusive 2 50 from Cloverport to Louisville and return Sep 14 and 10 Good to return Sept 24 Annual Meeting International As soomtion Concatenated Order ot Hoe Boo ept812Uklahoma City L T On account of this occasion rate of 2030 for round trip from Cloverport will be made on Sept 6 7 and 8 Good to return Sept 14 Pikes Peak Centennial Celebration Colorado Sprinos Colo Sept 2291800 Cloverpoit to Denver Colorado Springs and Pneblo and return 3140 Salts of tickets Sepr 19 to 21 inclu sive good to return Oct 15 Very low rates to North Mlchiga n points September good returning Sept 30 National Baptist Convention Los AngelbeCal Sept 12 to 196550 round trip from Cloverport State Convention Christian church Lonisvillle Sept 2427For this oc casion rate of 250 for round trip from Cloverport wll ne made on Sept 23 to 27 inclusive good returning Sept 29 READ THIS Hopuinsville Ky Jane 7th 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder troubles and at times was unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Won der and after using onefourth of one bottle I pasted a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I nave recom menaed it to many others who report ed themselves uured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseasesSam Dean A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semianal emissions weaK and lame backs rheainatismaml all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr OBox imonials Sold by all druggists In Kansas Stranger Hows corn Kansas FarmerSay tbe ears have grown so high atove the ground that they have to use trumpets to hear whats going onN Y Sun Just a little higher than ours A batn cleanses the skin and rids tbe pores of ret me A bath makes for bet ter fellowship and citizenship Not only should tbe outside of the body oe cleansed but occasionally use of lax atlve or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system of effete matter Best for this ate DeWitts Little Earlv Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists Sam Grovee son of Hon Q K Groves of Tobinsport Ind died at Greensburg Pa Monday of typhoid fever His remains were brought home last Tuesday He was twentyfour years old and was single In these davs of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hastely eaten meal and its resultant headache may canse us social or financial loss Ihe wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a dose of Eodol For Dyspepsia It digests whut you eat and puts your stomach back into snape Sold by all druggists Mrs J entertained Tuesday lieht of last week at her homo in the East End in honor of Miss Hattie iterett of Skillman Mrs Morris Jolly ot Irvington way the guest of Miss Jennie Mable Harris Saturday OASTOJIXDm therhoKind You Haw Always Boa IM Blgutv 1I ofMrs J E Keith has gone to Eliza bethtown to attend the HaniIn County Fair and visit her son Clarence Keith PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Coed Use In time Sold by druprists CONSUMPTION It W DR TAYLOR Representing TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO 1 m Will be In Cloverport on the E 12th 13th and Ith ot each m month Dr Llghtfoots office J Will be in Hardlnsburg on the W ir191h 20th and 21st of each ft month Dr KIncheloes office A 11 CremesW Delightful Dif1 pIIIi Manufactured Only By fj 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sale by CONRAD PAYNE 6 CO Cloverport COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nip lit Rates 11X0 per day The Bowling Oreen Business University The annual session of the Bowling Green Business University will open Tuesday morning September 4th The following branches are taught Book keeping Shorthand Typewriting Banking Telegraphy Penmanship Business Arithmetic Commercial Law Business Correspondence and Spelling It will pay all persons who desire u strong commercial course of training and a good position to investigate what is offered Call at the otfiu or address the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green K r IET ME AT NOLTES I m W ffSchool Begins I Monday Sept 10 Stationery and School Supplies will be found here in abundance yffIr Books Slates Tablets Ink Pens Pen cils Pencil Boxes Lunch Baskets I Crayons Book Straps Satchels Pencil i I Sharpners Rules Erasers 1 Biggest and best line of tablets we I I ever ha- dI I LET US FIX YOUR 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to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you 4I per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK OF- CLOVERPORT Cloverport Ky r1 P raA r To Cure a Cold in One Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Signature Wish CADICKSGOLD floU1The indigestible DOLLAR IN Day xd Cures Crip 1fa Two Days on every bcx25c J J y A At JJ ft J 1 f H t f Ir t 1 r JIil i i ifI v r Il1 f C l i f I i i JI l j L + lTtil iJ1 f 4 lo 7y tir f fa t e 1 ii- I ii i- k i- ln i- r is it i- u ia CV 1 f L f t i 0 0ff r I I 0j I f I alHE HEi 1118 IO spa 1 healy of i- II J- J t A NOTA3LE GATHERING Was That Which Greeted William J Bryan In New York OVERFLOW MEETINGS HELD The Vast Hall With Its Galleries and Balconies Rising to the Roof Was Filled With a Good Natured Audi enceColonel Bryan Given a Rous ing Reception New York Aug 31Three hours before the time set for the opening of the meeting to welcome Colonel Bryan ticket holders were clamoring for admittance Police lines had been formed three blocks from sit the Garden entrances In this way the early comers were well handled The Immense auditorium with Its tiers of balconies and gjlleries rising to the height of the great glass covered roof began to fill up so quickly that the ushers and policemen had difficulty In adhering to the seating arrangements It was a Rayspirited good natured audience which had a cheer on the tongue for everyone As the crowd continued to gather the cheering in creased In volume There were calls and counter calls from the various state delegations The Nebraska Bryans Home Folks arrived in a body and were given seats Just book of the speakers stand Mr Bryan accompanied by his wife entered the Garden and appeared on the platform The crowd which had been so free In Its cheering was now fairly be side itself The men shouted and Jumped on seats They cheered and threw their hats into the air ap parently caring naught as to the ultl mate fate of tho headgear The women waved handkerchiefs and cheerod as loudly as they could Five minutes after Mr Bryan appeared on the platform the crowd howled cheered and screamed but eventually Chairman Johnson secured compara the quiet and Introduced Augustus Thomas whose every reference to Mr Bryan called for additional cheers Chairman Johnson then Introduced Mr Bryan Mr Bryan was presented at 840 oclock As he arose the au dience was on its feet as one man The cheering which began at that In stant did not end until S48 and then only after Mr Bryan had waved his hands frantically in an effort to still the waves of noise which rolled In tram the audience and boat upon the speakers platform At first the man for whom the demonstration was planned stood bowing and smiling Then his attitude was one of apiieal This at last prevailed as the cheer Ing died away In reverberating echoes along the girdered roof and Mr Bryan began his address When Mr Bryan uttered his first words Mr Chairman there was tremendous applause Ladies and Gentlemen he continued after three cheers for William J Bryan had been called for and given how Ban I thank you for this welcome home My heart would be flint Indeed if it were not touched by your demonstration My heart would be ungrateful beyond measure It It did not In return consecrate Itself to your service It was kind of the Com mercial Travelers AntiTrust league to propose this homecoming recep tion It was kind in Gov Folk to come all the way from Mlstourl to bring the testimony that he brings in his official career of love for civic purity thtu he might join In this re oeption It was kind In Tom Johnson that example of irforal courage that we so much need in this country to lend his presence to this occasion kind in the officers of this league to bring you here kind in Mr Thomas to voice the welcome in words so generous thaI could not admit myself worthy of them kind In you to EO fully recompense me for any danger that 1 have encountered or say sacrifice that I have made in be lag absent no long from my native land I cannot use a better phrase than the simple one I thank you Mr Bryan concluded his address at 1910 oclock and then the audience cheered wildly for a minute Then many hundreds rushed toward the platform to shake hands with thlt speaker He smiled again and again Mr Bryan was a trifle hoarse when he ended and said he had not made a speech In a long time to such a vast audience or one that had cost him so much physical effort Mr Hearst came In for i large share of the demonstration following the adjournment of the meeting Many persons surrounded his box He bowed acknowledgement and finally made his way out through a great crowd At 1020 yclock the vast garden was practically empty and a tow minutes later the lights wore out There wore several outside meet Ings the principal one of which was addressed In the early part of the evening by Representative Sulzor of New York Governor Glenn of North Carolina and Mayor Lahlman of OmahaWhen Mr Bryan had concluded his garden address at a few minutes after 10 oclock and appeared outside the hall ho received another ovation He needed no Introduction to the vast crowd which had waited so long to hear him and he spoke briefly Mr Bryan was then driven with Mrs Bryan in automobile directly to his hotel where he was greeted by W R Hearst The party went to the reception rooms where they talked for some minutes Shortly before 11 clock Mr Bryan much fatigued re tired to his apartments SHOT DEAD ON STREET Mysterious Murder of Two Persons In an Ohio Town Portsmouth 0 Aug 27A mys terious murder in which two persons were killed was committed here on the streets Mrs Flora Hughes and John Harr lie at their homes with bullet holes I through their bodies while the worn ans husband Jarrett 0 Hughes Is In the coun 7 Jail charged with the crime He denies knowing anything about the shooting although several eyewitnesses to the affair are post the in their identification Mrs Hughes and Harr were walking together on Third street Just as they got under the light of the street lamp at Jefferson street a man rushed out from hiding and approached the couple from behind He walked in be tween them separating them and the next Instant five revolver shots were heard in quick succession Harr stag gered a few steps and dropped dead before help could reach him Mrs Hughes fell In her tracks but was not dead when pedestrians reached her She was hurried to the city hospital but expired as she was being placed on the operating table Hughes and his wife were separated Those who saw the shooting imme diately declared that Jarrett Hughes was the man who did it and a search was instituted for him He was found at the home of his father William Hughes and submitted to arrest quietly declaring he knew nothing about the crime Hughes made n full confession of the murder of his wife Flora Adams Hughes 32 and John Harr in whose company he found her Sunday night Hughes took the officers to the home of a brother with whom he left the revolver during his flight It was found hidden In a stable Hughes claimed he sought reconciliation with his wife but finding her with the man who wrecked their home drove him to the deed Tho police have evidence that tho double tragedy was carefully planned It Is believed Hughes will plead guilty Ho is a shoe worker Harr leaves a wife and three children Bryan Arrives Now York Aug 30 The sceno down the bay as tho Prlnzoss Irene came to anchor in quarantine es tablished a precedent as a celebration of the homecoming of a plain Ameri can citizen The nows that the steamer bearing Mr Bryan had been sight ed oft Fire Island and that she would soon be at anchor for the formal medical inspection was the signal for a wild rush of specially chartered boats I and pleasure craft down the harbor Bryans Nebraska home folks were the most enthusiastic of all On two big tug boats which journeyed down the bay side by side they went to welcome their distinguished neighbor With tumultous cheers they pulled up alongside the after gangway of the big steamer and called their greetings to Mr Bryan who stood on the deck Just above them and smiled and waved his hat Big boxes of flowers were tossed on board for Mrs Bryan Then the Nebraska state Hag was Hung to the breeze and the cheering renewedINFERNAL MACHINE n Discovered In Hold of a Steamship Made a Narrow Escape Philadelphia Aug 30n Infernal machine was discovered in the hold if the steamship Eagle Point which plies between thle city and London The steamer was saved from destruc tion by a fraction of a second as tho bomb exploded as it touched the water after being thrown overboard The missile which endangered the lives of Captain Robertson and a crew of thirty was found by a stevedore He carried It to the captain who threw it into tho river As it sank it exploded tending a column of water 50 feet In the air It Is hinted that a former member of the crew who felt lie had a grievance against Captain Robertson placed the bomb on the vessel Thrilling Experience Mt Vernon 0 Aug 30 Carried- on the pilot of an engine seated In a bugy and escaping without a scratch was the wonderful experience of S Brook Church Wednesday afternoon Church was driving a spirited horse and attempted to cross In front of the locomotive The engine struck the buggy containing Church and carried- It on the pilot a distance of 50 feet When the train was stopped Church was unhurt and It was with difficulty that the buggy was extricated from the engine The horse escaped when the locomotive struck the buggy Indiana Populists Indianapolis Ind Aug 30 The Populists of Indiana met hero In state convention nominated a state ticket and adopted a platform Tho platform denounces trusts imperialism the present financial system the decisions- of tho United States supreme court adverse to tho Income tax and numer ous other things antagonistic to popu Istlc ideals The platform contains- a plank declaring against the alleged gambling that has been recently suppressed at French Lick Colored Troops at Fort Reno El Reno Okla Aug 28Tho Twentyfifth colored Infantry reached Fort Reno from Brownsville Tex tel lowing tho instructions of army au thorities as a result of recent trouble at Brownsville Orders were issued that no trooper visit El Reno without- a pass The camp Is quiet Spy Hanged Tver Aug 27A government spy was captured and hanged In the neighboring woods where peasants mad workmen were holding a meeting tf I I n d I i Ia 1 0 I I d at 6 p m For the m1J Incendiarys Work Ellzabethtown Ky Aug 27Fire ruined the Black Diamond Shumac plant near East View The loss Is estimated at 30000 with no Insur ance f Owners of the plant declare the fire was of incendiary origin Thirteen Persons Injured Cambridge Md Aug 31 Thirteei persons wore injured by tho explosion of a boiler at Noah Websters canning house at Secretary None have died The 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SOl II thiThe c btaln Ion b oard o ell a- filing tt- on dig ergor JOaisvhealth f ealthBowl oard t led by t comma Based reRoing the beN ice of ia nand First i that a onld be gated ref gars well n shoal r tbjthe itl of and kit- 3mbers o d the co- 3econd e sigh ater ehr- R and a t 14 the ore It re nit be ud in th ore 1t- ttlon of- sb made y be ase- cnolorld oed but to will b infeotlonnlrd rentoflea for ably pn paper or- shoald andante neatly a Ith dtWI1Y lid para stood I- e i precaut- Il the ree- Il all dlarl JartirTy ous n Ui d and If are fel- lenty 1 fife the W- useNe t headache jewRoductloi le Headachi is contrcstlo r centersuthe veins and c ureonthemy Then them dating seas ctlon Metho thetprothe re and and cause n re ra thou ou mayee nerves Y ue remedy relief and- successfule onPCedoahctlon wayetmph roughly over Neuraljria Minute Hem Oallfstd e la eve mz- a ended by SEVE fro PREVENT TYPHOID FEVER precaution If Adhered 1o Will R Keep Away Germs of the ft DiseaseSix Rules s in tne way of encouraging precau tionary mpasmea on the part of tbe people ot tbe state against attacks ofI typhoid fever the State Board of tHealtn is sending out to tbe County Boards ot Health in all the counties of the state pamphlets containing directions of how to guard against I typhoid fever This is a regular fea taro of the activity of the board which sends out large numbers of these pamphlets to any diitnot when it has an epidemic of tbe disease The pamphlets sent out contain simple rules which can be understood by anyone on how to combat the typhoid germ Sanitary conditions in this State Mid Dr Chester A Mayer of the tate Hoard of Health are such hat typhoid fever is rather prevalent tlany people in the prime of life and isefnlnesa are sacrificed needlessly ivervyear because of simple sanitary + edus It is so easy to guard igainst typhoid fever if people would Abnly take simple precautions I It Is pro i ably the most preventable of all dis ases not even excepting small pox All people have to do to make reason blv sure of avoiding the disease is to il their drinking water It H The copies of this circular may be i btalned by any one for free distnbu r Ion by application to the State toard of Health at Bowling Green as ell as copies of similar circulars re- stingi to the prevention of cosump ion dlptheria and scarlet fever They 1ro signed by Dr J M Matbews of louisville president of the Board ot 1 ealth and by Dr J N McCormick Bowling Green secretary of tbe oard Contained In the circular is md by tbe board are tbe following commendations Based upon the teachings of tbe I reaoing facts the following rules ive been prepared with for the gnid ce of all persona interested in their vn and the public health First When It is known or suspect that a person baa typhoid fever he oald be placed in a large well ven lated room with the windows and ors well screened and such prepara n should be made from the first day r trJfttborongh and systematic dism 3tI JF of all discharges from the bow i and kidneys as will protect other a ambers ot the family the attendants d the community pondA solution cC chloride ot ne eight ounces to the gallon of N ater should be provided in quan y and a quart of this should be t in the bedpan or vessel each time ore it receives tbe discharges and ulrt be well stirred and allowed told in the vessel at least an hour ore it is buried An equivalent IIIItlon of creolin or a thick white d oh made from the fresh quicklime- y be used In tbe same way when l cbolorida of lime cannot be ob haed but with these at least two- S irs will be requited to complete the orinfeotlon ednirdSoiled bed or body linen It bid remain in tbe cnlonde of lime0- vIII I ition for an hour and may then Qably put in the family wash Soil paper or clothes used by tbe patl should be immediately buried andante should wash the hands uently and tbe lips and rinse the ith always before eating to one ild partake ot say food which stood in the sick room All- e precautions should be continued I il the recovery is complete and 11 all diarrhea has ceased ortyTyphoid fever is not con ij onafln the sense commonly under I I inIInty Minutes ffTime Enough 1 S Jure the Worst Headache From Any r i MethodNF t 10 1 headaches and pains yield Instantly to Twentyters J is congestion a rushing of blood to the Ifcenters which distends the veins to1 y the bursting point Swollen and enlarged IrrltatiDIllelan4Thentheresaclatlnjr cease less ache Thus tlon Method disperses the neWI od bUtes the overflow and ditto the pro pper channels It the nerve j centers from nil re and Irrltatlonth d and aches dlsap cause Head i their cause ipen re i moved You 1a thou sand reme I rnt may i r drug and stu hfl nerves y Into submission the remedy v which brings totroller and permanent curs a reducesa01a way simple and sure yet the only way Itioroullhlyovercome these attacks of Head MIl IDd The elect of Dr Snoop yUlnute Headache Cure Is promptper ul Mo all forms of Headache and abso r f slit re In every temperament For sale ifehdet1 by SEVERS DRUG CO carried out a case may be treated In any family or commmunity with per tect safety If others bave the disease it will be because they were infected from tbe same source as thn patientor contracted it elsewhere The same pre cautious should be observed in dysen tery and all other diarrheal diseases Including summer complaint in child renFifthAll well water and unfiltered water from rivers draining inhabited areas where typhod fever and diarr heal diseases are likely to occur at any time and milk stored in cans and vessels washed in tne water should be looked upon as suspicious and should always be boiled before it Is drunk by anyone not immune tram typhoid fever In the absence ot a reliable filtered public water supply carefully collected and properly stored cistern water is safest Sixth The windows and doors of all dwelling houses and especially of the kitchen and dining room should always Da wellscreened and tbs flies actually kept out Unless this is done a care lesSly managed case of typhoid fever or other diarrheal disease even a mile or more away may be a source of danger on account ot flies As inos qutoes are now knowh to bo tbe car precatttionswill No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed There is always that possibility ot ot a little too much wind tnat makes a cintlon man afraid to go unprovided Tue thinking man afraid whose stomach sometimes goes back on him prove lee for his stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digest what you bat and rust ored tbe stomach to the condition to properly perform Its functions Sold by all druggists Fatal Race War Leonard KyAug 27Three whlto men one white woman all dead and three negro men fatally wounded Is the result of a raco war between whites and negroes in a mining camp near this place The fight started at the camp commissary between Sheriff William Barker and a negro who ob tamed goods from the commissary under false pretenses when Darker attempted to arrest the negro Ethlan Powers walking boss at the mines took sides with the negro and ho and the negro disarmed Barker Warrants were procured for the arrest of Powers and Sheriff Barker summoned a posse of 75 deputies to go with him to the mines to arrest Powers and the negro As the members of the posse led by Barker attempted to enter the mines Powers and the negro miners opened fire killing Barker and put tlng the posse to flight A pitched battle ensued as the posse retreated through the camp in which Charles Smith a deputy sheriff and Powers were killed and a white woman cook in the camp was also killed by a stray bullet Three negro miners were fatally wounded The negro who caused the trouble escaped with the negro miners who took part in the fight Frightened by Negro Wheeling W Va Aug 27While Mrs Martha Frye and her 10yearold daughter were gathering elderberries on Wheeling hill they were approach ed by Joe Berthy a wellknown negro character who seized the little girl and ran away with her Into a vine yard Tho Mother screamed and others in tho neighborhood wore attract ed with a result that tho nogro was compelled to release the child and fled Meanwhile the frightened child ran to the edge of a cliff overhanging a stone quarry where she Jumped onto the solid rock a distance of 20 foot sustaining what are believed to be fatal Injuries Voted For High License Russollvllle Ky Aug 27Russell vine declared for high license in the local option election by a majority of 67 Prohibitionists were very active A procession of 30 children under charge of tho W C T U anti several preachers marched with banners to the different voting precincts and sang songs and prayed for a Prohibi tlon victory Church bells rang hour ly throughout the day and prayor meetings were held by tho women at the several churches Louisvilles Ambition Louisville Ky Aug 28 Louisville and Kentuckys official committee to welcome W J Bryan on his arrival from Europe will leave for New York Tuesday Louisville Is making a strenuous effort to secure the next na I tional Democratic convention and tho committee will meet with the Demo cratic national committee in New York Aug 30 to press Louisvilles claim and give the necessary guarantees for that purpose Kentucky Candidates Louisville Ky Aug 27Republi cans of Kentucky are beginning to think something of the nomination of state officers and threo names aro being mentioned prominently for the governorship They aro William H Holt formerly chief justice of the oourt of appeals Rolla Burnam also a former chief justice of the appellate court and Leslie Combs the present minister to Guatemala When you have a cold it Is well to be very careful about using anything that will cause constipation Be particu larly careful about preparations con- tainIng opiates Uso Kennedys Lax ative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and moves the the bowels Sold by all druggists IlenIn the nemnlnn It hnd been a strenuous afternoon for the devoted teacher who took six other pupils through the Museum of Nat ural History but her charges hud en Joyed every minute of the time Where have you been bos1 asked the father of two of the party that night and tho answer came with Joy ouspromptnessWeve to n dead circus Ilublnnteln on Ilnno Ilnylnnr Wiles a pupil happened to ask Rubin stein how curtain passages should be construed he Invariably showed them But If a pupil asked Shall I play this in this manner or thnt1both equally correct Rubinstein invariably replied Play as you feel Is the day rainy Play It this way Is tho day sunny Play It tho other way- Cutting A certain photographer is exhibiting In his window the photograph of n young man with the following Inscrip tion attached to it This Is the man who put his hair In curls to have his photograph taken and then cant pay for them Piles positively eared with Dr Soboops Magic Ointment Its mid for piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful pro truding or blind piles disappear like magic Sold by severs Drug Co Thomas MCCleary postmaster at Mackey Ind indicted on charge of killing Melville Stucky his brothar inlaw Aug 31 1905 after Stucky threat to kill him Haunted by the fear that she woul become hopelessly Insane Mrs H D Hatch of Hart Mich poured benzine on her clothes and applied a match She died a fow hours later Mrs Agnes Myers sentenced to be executed Sept 3 for murdering her husband granted a reprieve till Oct 2 by Governor Folk of Missouri Her accomplice Frank Holtman also re spitedPresident Roosevelt Issued an ap peal for aid for earthquake sufferers in ChileE Mullen appointed postmaster at Marysvlllo 0 to succeed C M Ingman deceasede Sherman Rodgers painter killed by lightning while working on Interior of church at Chatham Center O W J Shearer 64 of Newton Falls 0 worn out by caring for Invalid wife suicided by taking poison Democrats of Twentieth district of Ohio nominated for congress Charles W Lapp vise mayor of Cleveland Katherine Gllmore 10 daughter of Grant Gilmore wealthy farmer near Winchester Id was frightened by stroke of lightning and died In con vulsionsAt IndMarshal Charles Williams shot and killed William Woods to whose home he was called to quiet Woods It Is said Woods threatened the officer with an ax Alfred Stevens 78 celebrated Del plan painter died In Paris Paul Vetter 14 of Chicago drown ed in Lako Michigan at Michigan City tad When two strong men come to blows even it they ate well matched it Is not a pleasing sight but if tbe mun who gets the worse of it will use Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve he still look better and feel better in short order Be sure jou get DaWitta Uood tor everything a salve is used for includ hug plies Sold by all druggists Henderson Route Notes Seashore Excursion Atlantic City and return Aug 20 tram Cloverport 1025 returq limit 15 days from date of sale- Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first hnd third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1900 L H ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Olorerport 107 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 725 A M No Hi Pally Mall and Kzpress leaves Clo verport 943 AM stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 14 Dally fast mall leaves Oho verport 448 p m stops at all way stations east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 pm accommodation WEST BOUND No 147 Dally Cloverport accommodation leaves Oloverport 800 a m arrives Evansville 900 am expressleavesIlawesvllle Cowisport Maceo Owonsboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mall and Express dally ar rives Oloverport 740 p m Evansvlllo 1031 p m Stops at all stations Nol45dally St Louis fast train leaves Olo verport l111tP M arrives Evansvllle 135 A DL St A MI stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville aLd St Louis Fordsvllle Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Punday leaves Fordsvlllo 430 o n Arrives Irvlngton 840 txu Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 530 IP tu Train No 0 Sunday only FordivlUo6SO a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 850am arrives Fordsvllle 245 pmTrain No5 Dolly leaves Irvington p m arrives Fordsvllle P 5D m tft t1BfflE fa tJtS I IitI theI II Measure II II of Life Ii I IWhethcrin a man or a racehorse vitality is Ithe measure of life The friend who iis cold andapathetic is not a joy the salesman who is not enthusiastic is not a real salesman the 1 11publicntion which has not abounding life Ivitality does not sell goods The BKKCKENKIDOK NEWS has healthfstrength Hnd outh30 years young It has faith in lifean enthusiasm for it which iis contagious If your advertisement is sur IlOundedby the good cheer the soundsense the healthy spirit of our publication it has a mighty good chance to succeed I III JibeD Babbage Sons Pub Co II- i Cloverport KyIn u a U u I School Books School Supplies I i Complete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can be filled here from the I primerIIup Get your school I here too I I I Jno D Babbage Sons I Publishing Co IIt- II ILv J fJM A City on the curt Precisely why the town of Bonifacio In Corsica is built to the sheer edge of the cliff which forms the sea front age of that part of the Island la a ques tion always asked by the traveler who views Bonifacio for the first time and he reiterates his question when he ob serves upon visiting the environs of the place that there Is plenty of room for the town to have spread out In an Inland direction Tho early Corsicans apparently thought that farm land was worth more than city real estate and so crowded their dwellings to the dizzy edge of their 200 foot precipice Ones first Impression Is that these houses with their walls on a vertical piano with the cliff were purposely so situ ated that the body of a victim of a dark vendetta murder might be con veniently dropped out of the window Into the sea beneath with no one the wiser Certainly there Is a suggestion of romance and mystery In the aspect of the town It forms at any rate one of tho oddest sky lines In the world near HiinUnK Bear hunting with tho assistance of guides supplied with a well trained pack of hounds may bo satisfactory If merely the killing of them Is desired but It certainly Is no sport and deserves not even to bo ranked with trap ping bears as In the latter case the hunter must possess at least some knowledge of the quarrys habitat and habits Unlike a fox a bear when once found by the hounds stands no thanco whatever of escnplnS1nnd there Soul jiisras much sport In shoaling the unluials In a park or pen as to kill a run to bay bear And while this truth applies to mountain lions also there is not oven the ex cuse of the animals destructiveness which Is applicable as far ns the lat ter Is concerned Field and Stream Tile 1oodlc Why Is a poodle so called Some one says Probably the natural an swer would recall the old lady who said that no credit could bo given to Adam for naming the pig since anybody would have known what to call It Poodle seems so ojbvlous a name for this dog And In fact this Is not far from the truth about the origin of the word It Is quite recent In English not being found beforo 1SC4 apparently It Is tho German pudol which comes from the Low German pudoln to waddle and tho dog must have been so called as Skeat says either because he waddles after his master or because ho looks fat and clumsy on account of his thick hair Think of Dr Hchoops Catarrh Cnre it your nose and throat discharges if your breath Is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains 011 of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incorporated into an imported creamlie velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purified controls Call at our store for free trial box Severs Drug Co PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtstIes Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice practice Office veBonk ofHardinsburg toCourts StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Jk Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers f TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wed nee day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 1 75 Clovorport to Evansville lyO Cloverport to Owensboro 76 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415GJ5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Shot Sour StomachI No ippetlU loss of strength nsrve I ness headache constipation bad brttft general debility tour risings and catanfc of the stomach are all due to Indlteitla Kodol cures Indigestion This new dliotv cry represents the natural Juices of dln tlon as they exist In a healthy itmaok combined with the greatest known testis and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure IndlgestltB and dyspepsia but this famous rem4f cures all stomach troubles by cleanslnf purifying sweetening and itrengthnlB the mucous membranes lining the stomadk Mr S S Ball of Rtrniwood W Va uy I WI troubled with tour stomach for twenty jfKodol cured ml md we are now using It fai for baby Kodol Digests What You Yet Bottles only st0O SUe holdlnt SM emu the Ml lite which NIb for 50 ants Prepared by L 0 DeWITT A 00 OHIOAMb Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Re 38 Louisville to CaliforniaS- ept 15 to October 31 1906 Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark pointsInMISSISSIPlrLOUISIANXARKANSAS LAHOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Arl zona and Texas Full Particulars had ot Homo Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A LoulSTlll R U n L fTTi 5 if 1f 6J iTy I r s py a- u o v 1 it i I I i sj t i ic i iif- o NJ r 1 1lI Jr1 f tl Il 1 iii 1 l iI it Vt I 1 ir 1 IJ 1 ii fp h A I f j t i I I 1 111Iy of 5 i t j f if 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1900 IN WINCHESTER Meeting of Fifth State Develdl p ment Convention October 10 II and 12 The Executive Committee of the State Development Association met In Louisville Monday and set October 10 11 and 12 1UOO aa the time of tbe Fifth State Development Convention at Winchester Active preparations nRve been begun in Winchester for the Con vontlon and will be pushed tram nov on until the meeting in October It promises to be the largest and most important gathering of the year in Itne State A plan for a permanent organ zation will be presented to the Con ventlou tor adoption which it is Ibe- lieved will make the Association a stronaer organization and give It greater power toward carrying out Its objectsKentucky is far behind what it can be in its position as an industrial aj commercial state its resources bavlng been negleted and its commercial ai d manufacturing advantages overlooked The State Development movement wss started by business men with the patriotic desiro to see the State forge ahead and grow to be among tne fir5t of states in her industrial Important Daring the four years of its eXistence the Association has done much good along the line of advocating needed commercial legislation and the shap lug of policies that have helped our manufacturing and other business interestsMuch of Interest to the business people of the State will be discussed at the Convention at Winchester and plans mapped out for its work Speakers iof national reputation and specialists on particular subjects of agriculture mil ing manufacturing etc lIIaddress the Convention Delegates to the Convention will Iba named by the County Judge or each county mayor of each city and Iby each commercial club organization Anyone who wietiej to attend the Con ventfon can be appointed a delega direct upon application to the Secretary ot tke Conventon Last year iat Louisville about GOO delegates were present and some 00 counties of tl1e State represented by btftiness men- the iof county We hope that sows of tne most actsve and best business men of this county will go as delegtfts to the Conventioi and will go prepared to thorough pro sent oar raionrces industries products etc und to be able to tell Wl1at we need in this wav of industrial de elopment and have to offer to inve tore and prospective citizens Tbtse matters should be loosed into und a caretully prepared statement made of use at the Convention Judge J M Benton ot Winuhestt was elected VicoCliairnrau of the Ex eontive Committee and P J Altizt r of Winchester is Secretary ot the Cot vention U H Gilpins und son Cuttis wete in Louisville last week with a cnrlou at hogs The lot hnugbt 085 per 100 Ibu Fall Session The Fall Session of thE Norm School of howling Green Ky will open Tuesday morning September 4 10IM The following courses of utua arji offered Intermediate Teacben Stare Certitiuute State Diploma Svio entitle Clasierooal Iftrumauti Music Elocu iou Oratoiy Physici Training and Law The institutioni invitss a close ej ami nation of the work it iis doing J l will OIJ 9ii ltd tall session with the largest body of students it has 8el enjoyed at this session of the yeai Correspondence solicited Your com munlcfttion should be addressed to E H Cherry Bowling Green Kv For Thin9 PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years 1 Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Ayers Sar saparilla the original Sarsa parilla the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility mint even till grand old medicine cannot do Ito iifir work H the liver U liiactlre and the lumen comlimleil For the tort 101I1le re ulna Ion iiiniilil take laxative dory of Avert Illli while takhiR the Sariaparllla L 1 Made by J O Ayer Co Lowell rda t Alio mauufuoturor ot lAIR VIGOR AGUE CURE L iersCHERRY PECTORAL We have no leoreU we publUh the formulae of all our tnedtolne BABYSTORTURI SKIN HUMOR Ears Looked as if They Would Drop OffBody Entirely Covered Face Mass of Sores Three Doctors Could Not CureChild Grew WorseFace and Body Now Clear- CURED BY CUTICURA IN TWO WEEKS FOR 75c Mrs George J Stews of 701 Coburn St Akron Ohio tells in the following letter of another of those remarkable cures of torturing disfiguring skin hu mors dolly made by Cuticurn Soap assisted by Cuticura Ointment after physicians and all else had failed I feel It duty to pa rents ofd other poor suffering babies to tell you what Cuti cura has done for my little daughter She broke out all over her body with a humor and we used everything recom mended but without results I called in three doctors they all claimed they could help her but she continued to grow worse Her body was a mass of sores and her little face was being oaten away her cars looked as if they would drop off Neighbors advised mo to get Cuticura Soap and Ointment and before I had used half of the cake of Soap and box of Ointment the sores had all healed and my little ones face and body were as clear as a newborn babes I would not be without it again if it cost five dollars instead of seventyfive cents which is all it cost us to euro our baby after spending many dollars on doctors and medicines without any benefit whatever Complete Cxtrrntl and Internal Treatment for every Humor from llmpei 11 Scrofula from lattnej to Aft coniMlnK ol Cutlrur Soap a c olntnwnt We idevC- utol GAl m ybehidofCl101al til drugzUti Mingfletttoooften curt ylal the mod itUrmlnz tale ka all oilwr rmwdlti and ertn the bttt phviKkm Itil Potter Drug Chew Corp Bole Prop notion Mu- fbiaLed1see All AboulL1ISkllIScalPan4Il1r CLIPPINGS FROM THE- BRANDENBURG MESSENGER I There isI undoubted a large yibli of apples fn this part of the county for both our cooper shops work almost day night to supply the demand for land The Esron Commeiciul and Live- Stock Club which has been receny1 organized will hold a live stock show for Meade and adjoining counties on Saturday September 22 This will be bat a beginning of many red letter oaya for our town A great day IS anticipated and many stock men and visitors are expected Baskett McAnliif and Harvey Ditto took a string of thoroughbreds to the Uorydon fair this weokAnd ex pect to pull down the blue ribbons with their bunch Hugh Jrieens happy hes got a gasoline boat at last that will AQre enough run without pats Hugh ex tenls HU invitation to all his friends to come and take a ride in his new launch TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IWOSIO Quinine Tablets Druzirtnl refund money If It lulls to euro E tv aROVES slrnatur La on euc hbox 35e Capt and Mrs Frank Lander who I touringIplanned and will not sail tor home I until October 1st Its ueedless to say that they are having a grand time I HancockUlarion The Masonic barbecue at Cloverport Thursday was the biggest thing held in that county for years It is esti mated that the crowd in attendance numbered 4000 or 5000 people and the Masons must have made a band some sum ot money There wasgool order on the picnic grounds1 though many tights and much drunkenes is reputed to have ocnurrea in the town The Uloveiport people are excelled asI entertainers andamong them ate many of the best people in the world The crowd in attendance from Haucock county was estimated to be over 500 people So much for advertising Hancock Clarion CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness during the illness and subsequent death of our son and brother Charles Ryan The Family CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors tor the sympathy and many kind acts shown us during the illneea and death of our beloved haaband and father Wm Dhonau Especially do we wish to thank our friends and neighbors of Ekron and members of the local orders of the Woodman who were so very kind to us Mrs Ada Dhonan and children MADE FUNOF PHARAOH The Ancient Evldcntlr Clad n Ket Sense of Humor The fables of Esop prove that itho ancients were not without a liking Ifor fun and the remains of ancient art tell the sumo story Examples of artistic humor are more common than Is sup posed by most persons- A drawing on a tile In the Metropol tan museum In New York represents a cat dressed asan Egyptian lady ot fashion She Is seated languidly In n chair sipping wIno out of a small bowl and being fanned and offered dainty by an abject looking tomcat his tall between his legs The cat figures largely In the ancient comic groups of animal life In n papyrus In the British museum a flock of geese are being driven by a cat nnd a herd of goats by two wolves wltb crooks and wallets One of the wolves is playing a double pipe There Is in the museum of Turin n papyrus roll which displays a whole series of such comical scenes In the first place a lion a crocodile and an ape are giving a vocal and InstrU- mental concert Next comes an ass dressed armed and sccptered like a pharaoh With majestic swagger he receives the gifts presented to him by a cat of high degree to which a bracts as proud conductor Another picture shows pharaoh 1In the shape of a rat drawn in a carriage by prancing greyhounds Ho Is pro- ceedIng to storm a fort garrisoned by cats having no arms but teeth nnd claws whereas the rats have bottle axes and bows and arrows SLEEP AND DIET Without Slumber DlRcntlnn and A Initiation Arc Imperfect One of the most Important function of that mysterious physical condition we term sleep Is so little undcrstoot that persons who cheat themselve habitually out of two or three hour of their natural rest every night are heard wondering at the same time whj they are affected with dyspepsia and malnutrition Care oven rigor In the matter of diet seems to avail nothing the stomach continuing in a condition of chronic revolt In reality the processes of digestion and assimilation are so closely inter woven with slumber that unless the required amount of sleep Is taken It 1 Is Impossible for the body to be nourished If Indeed time food undergoes the ordinary digestive changes- It Is only when the brain and the entire nervous system are practically oft duty that the processes of ultimate nutrition take place The food eaten 1Is finally assimilated and transforms Into new tissues into blood muscle nerves and brain only while the body Is related In slumber- A curious illustration of this necessity of sleep Is that furnished by the six day endurance races One man en gaged In these deadly tests eats five times as much as a man on ordinary labor could cram down Want of sleep has rendered It impossible for even tho enormous amount of food taken at this time into the body to form new tissue Philadelphia Press A Hundred Conrxe Dinner At a dinner given by the late Trine Ratlbor there were a hundred courses The chefs of the prince were solemnly chosen after the greatest deliberation and cross examination On one specie occasion It was announced that he was In need of a cook and ten of the best chefs duly presented themselves foi the coveted post They were In formed by the prince that each must serve a dinner of his own choice ant cooking consisting of ten courses to be served the same evening to a Jurj of the best gastronomes iu Paris wit would eat of each different dish and hen pass judgment This programme was carried out maid the palm awarded to a Frenchman who had been chef foi nany years to the Baron Haussinan A trip to Marienbad by the whole ol ho jury was the sequel to this famous inner of 100 courses London Tit hits Dont Worry Smile Centenarians give various reasons to vhlch they ascribe their longevity but It Is significant that they all agree 01 the advantage of plenty of work am little worry In aiding length of life Lhe advice lately given by a woma- nlover a hundred Is worth considering al she advises one to eat when hungry loop whoa sleepy with plenty ot loop to work constantly keep cheerful and avoid worry This puts In now words the doctrine of the simple life and her conclusion Is worthy of- nn ancient sage when she says that 1It- I hose rules will not produce health and- rlong life there Is bad blood in the family and it had better die out laltlmoro American Charging Wan In lire Line A party of gentlemen sitting on the eranda of a leading hotel at Jackson Nr n fell into an amiable discussion of their delightful host who bore high military title and who won his military spurs on the staff of a New Hampshire governor One of them asked Did ho got his title from service In the defense of his country And the eply from a retired army officer was He must have for ho has not forgotten how to charge Mother Love Friend 1 am afrald your huaban has a bad cold hes continually sneez- Ing Its quite painful to hear him Vby dont you nsk a doctor to see lira MatronWell Im waiting just n few days because it amuses baby so iO see his father sneeze Bon Vivant The way to fill a large sphere Is to glorify a small one There Is no large sphere you are your sphere Edwar Bralslln THOUSANDS OF FAIR WOMEN j HERALD PRAISES OF PERUNJiI Catarrh and Catarrhal Diseases Make In valids of More Women Than All Other Ailments Combined A 0- C11S5 JESSIE DWORD d en n o MRS W J BRYmON MRS J fl BAKER CIISS C1AY CRAY q IJ YII Considers Peru na the Beat Medicine In the World Mrs W JDryanton 210 Sherman tract Dennison Ohio writes- I followed the directions you kindly gave me and now I find myself entirely cured I think your Peruna is the best medicine in the world Heartfelt Thanks For Relief Found in Peruna Miss Jessie S Dword 37 South street Passalo N J writes I took Peruna as you directed I had a dry cough and after using two bottles of Peruna I found relief You have my heartfelt thanks A cough Is caused by a catarrhal con dition of the throat and bronchial tubes Remove the catarrh and the cough dis appears Peruna la the remedy for all catarrhal conditions GARRETT Miss Dora Frank has typhoid fever Miss Lena Ritchie spent Sunday with Misses Vallie and Ida Hamilton near St Martins I Mr and Mrs R W Shacklett of Eldyville have been visiting relatives here His daughter Fayette returned with him to make that her future home Mr and Mrs lurch Are with hit mother Mrs Laura Burch while he iit having a house built in Guston Mrs Hamman and Miss Claudia Pate of Cloverport are visiting Mrs Ada Dhouau Mr James Foushe and daughter were guests of Mrs John Sipes Thurs day Mr and Mrs John Funk attended church at St Martains Sunday Several of M W of A went to Clover port Thufsday to attend the burial of W H DbonauIWill Carrico of St Marys Ky spent Tuesday tight with his brother B J Cnrrico W II Dhonau leaving been operated on at Nortons Infirmary for tumor died Tuesday ulbht and was taken to Clover port for burial Thursday He moved here from Missouri a few years ago though he was reared in Breckenridge He leaves a wife and four children and numerous friends to mourn his death He made many friends here He was a member of M W of A by which he was buried with full honors of the lodge Bows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for anycase of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Care F 8 CHENEY CO Toledo O Wo the undersigned have mown t J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hits perfectly honorable In all his business tran sactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WAIDINQ KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood und mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all DruggistsTake Family Illls for constipation Misses Virginia Kennedy Owens boro and Boeslo Cox of Livermore are at Tar Springs Back numbers of Delineators for sale cheap at the News office Permanent Benefit Followad VM of Peruna Miss May Cray 147 llth street Brook lyn NY writes For more than five years I suffered from rheumatic pains in my Joint and In damp or stormy weather I was obliged to stay in doors Medicine seemed to be of no use until I started using Peruna I took twelve bottles in all although it Is six months ago since I topped I have had no return of my old com plaint in spite of the fact that I have been out In all sorts of weather during the severe winter No better remedy was ever deylsed by the medical profession for tho mitigation of AU climatic ailments than Peruna TARFORK Jessie Lake wife and children of Vanzant were guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Hook the night after the Masonic picnicMrs Gid Bur Jette was in Clover port Friday Misses Josie and Maud Ran and Stella Ruppert attended the Teachers Association at Balltown and spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mrs and Mrs Frank Mattlngly Rev Robert Oldham preached an interesting sermon at Cave Spring last Friday night He was enroute to Pates vllle where he has the pastorate of the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Ed Hook attended the Teachers association Troubl1Keeps Mrs J A Baker 880 Locust syea jIyou what Peruna has done for me that all those who are troubled as Iw may find the same speedy cure iour years ago I lost my voice that I was unable to speak above whisper for seven weeks Oar fami doctor could do nothing for me After seven weeks suffering I re some circulars In regard to Fernna I bought a bottle at onto and took In teaspoonful doses every hour and two days I could talk I will never i without it L For free medical advice write fo ntI 111man1 L We want to urge time importance off members of Cave Snrldg to be present our next meeting for the purpose calling a Pastor Procrastination the thief of time Dont fin to there Saturday before the 4th Sund at 3 p m OjfV MB ZO fX IABun theThe Kind You Hare Always Signator of jI BOUr r Official and business Cloverport and Breckenriage costa hava been clicnlated this week in to The directories hear thn names county and town officials and ady tisements of all firms Mr and Mrs Wave Rod were from Owensboro Sondfy 1 AMINISTERS LETTER Of COMMENDATION j FIVE BIG FACTORIES I have been trying to get some firm here to put in a line f t of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a goodshoe in this town I believe if you will take the matter ups you can arrange with Messrs St Co to handle Diamond t Brands I have no interest in the matter only that I want to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that I handled your shoes when in business in Quanah and know r what they arc REV WALTER GRIFFITH Silverton Texas Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be fi more convincingly shown You are just as anxious for good shoes as RevGriffith and it is equally worth youi while to insist that your haler supply them Y 1 Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shocs1i m I PDIAMOND BRAN- DJNOM4ALWS ttfI IiI WweMAKE WORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY I OTHER HOUSE IN THE WEST Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic hat stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Hall bottles Does this record ofmerit aappeal to you No Cure No Pq 1- Eadosecl with every oUIe Ija aTea tpackage of Crov thnnk Jloot Ltveer Pie Ii 0 uft Lr i I 11I I dff ISiY 1 E l n f M Er A 10or orom t omogl man slU trlkTI u sldl t clitioIbeilt rtb t Je- Ind nush in rt- done day emplThrc wIth refus ers 0- Soi of tl thlInvi en rl- mant negr fnwe th- u tion it Iis I they work Tbey walk Metroub trotpf and I Iecaempl emplSatu Satuit f morn DJotb and t cdegott nInglt ploy loss tl- neck vegtal ers Tht- sfme 27ea1have cent Manai wages matte be ear Ab the to- ye8tel suffic ploys fist ca- to ere- thew room this 01 to ca ployeWith itwithbead beadthe The- ble hi countbe lug tt- rlokee lnt n VealI llJ- ied at- nears I