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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl rn THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS7 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT OL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 8 Pates NO 9 rd ISiiistl N- r tee r tee f i r i I i j i i I II 0It oo I It t I It Itr Itq i t tt tc 4 4r i Ire STRIKE AT Y d CANNINGFACTORY ijirty Odd Girls Walk- Out Monday Morn log nineer and Fireman Also Refuse to Work Plant Running fii in Crippled Condition l ENERAL MANAGER POLK HERE g A strike was inaugurated at the Cloverport Canning Factory Monday orning when the thirty odd young jfetnen who are employed there refused to go to work The engineer and fire Man tendered their sympathies to the pikers and also walked out f The factory has on hand nearly a thousand bushels of tomatoes and the atrlkers left them in a bad predicament however the plant resumed operation jwterday morning in a crippled con dUtiou and the managers are making the beat of the situatbn by employing all- thei available help that can be found it General Manager Polk of Greenwood lad arrived Monday night in com pimywitha fireman and engineer and MiUted local manager Fred Whiteneck in resuming operation This is being done under great difficulties as yester day there were hardly a half dozen employes in the canning department 1 Tree of the present force have been with the company for some time and refused to accompany their fellow work rats out on the strike Several different versions of the cause ef the strike are given but some of the girls employed stated yesterday that wren they reported for work Monday miming they were confronted by the manager with the announcement that negro laborers would also be employed in the canning department The young women did not approve of this innova lion and so expressed themselves and it is said were told by the manager that they wereat liberty to choose between Working with negroes or not at all They chose the latter aud immediately walkedgou- tManager Whitenecks version of the trouble is that about a thousand bushels pf tomatoes came to the factory Friday and it was imperative that they should be canned immediately He so told the employes and asked them to work Saturday This they piomised to do but it is said that at work time Saturday morning they did not show up Sun Brotners show was In town on Saturday and the employes it is presumed de cided there was more pleasure to be gotten out of a circus than at work can ning tomatoes aud hence their decision It IPsaid that the failnro of the em ployes to work Saturday occasioned some loss to the company and Manager White neck in trying to save the perishable vegtables went fla search of negro labor eraThe girls now say they will not re- SfDe work unless they are given an in Cl ease in their slaryI Heretofore they have been getting three and one thlyd cents a box They now demand five Manager Whiteneck says the scale of wages will not be changed and as the matter now staads it seems it will not be early adjusted At a joint meeting of the citizens of the town and the managers of the plant yesterday afternoon it was shown that sufficient white labor could not be em ployed to operate the factory to its full est Capacity but the company agreed to erect a partition thereby enabling the white girls to work in a separate loom from the colored employes At this offer the citizens of the town agreed to call a meeting of the former em ployes at the factory today to confer with them and see if the trouble can not be adjusted along the lines proposed by the company The canning factory is of considera ble benefit to the town and surrounding country but unless sufficient labor can be obtained to keep it in operation dur lag the season Cloverport can not hope jokeep the enterprise A Golden Rod Wddding In the nresenoe ot a number ot rela b4vesand frlendsMiss Elizabeth Bat bee ndMr Chas Waggoner were mart ed at the home of the brides parents near Stephensport Wednesday evening dept 5 at G oclock Rev T J Lewii tendered the bnan tlfnl ceremony The old home was richly decorated with evergreens and goldenrodsThe looked beautiful in a dress of white while the groom looked equally as nice in black After the ceremony tbe gnests asaembeled around a well filled table which was decorated in the moat artistic style The bride is one of our countys best teachers and is loved by all of her associates Mr Waggoner is in the employ ot the L H is tit Louis H R Co The couple left Thursday mid flying visittothegroumsisiJter for the present- A Friend Taking a Vacation Miss Josie Raitt who is chief operator at the Cumberland telephone office in this city is taking her vaca tion Her prompt and agreeable sere vice is being greatly missed To Repair Calaboose The calaboose committee of the city council have authorized the repairing of the city lockup It has been de monstrated that tbe building is not sufficiently secure to hold the prisoners The Epworth League At the September business meeting of the Epworth League the resignations of Hovious Rafferty Second Vice President and Miss Donald M array Third Vice President were tendered and accepted Mrs J H Rowland was elected Second VioePresldent and Miss Lola Severs Third VicePresi dent ANNUAL MEETING Of Stockholders of the L n St L Railroad Compauy Held in Louisville The annual meeting of the Louisville Hendurion d St Louts Railway Company was held in Louisville last week in the Columbia Finance and Trust Company says the Post Interest in this meeting was keen due to the fact that since the annual meeting large purchases of the stook had been made which gave probibllty of a change in the directory The election was held under the constitutional provision allowing cumulative voting The body consists of nine directors Each share of stockeD titles the holder to cast nine votes tor one director or one vote for nine directors as he pleases The regular ticket secured fur seven members a vote of over 2400 The minority interests cast 2000 for Mr Marks and Mr Bullitt The new board IS consti tuted as follows Attilla Cox W L Mapother Harry Weissinger J H Ellin Oscar Fenley Mr MarKS of Birmingham John L Helm Milton H Smith Marshall BullittThe new members are Messrs Smith Mapother and Ellis represent ingthe Louisville A Nashville interests and Marks and Bullitt representng the minority interests The board organized as soon as the result of the voting was announced and at once entered on the election of officers for the ensuing year Mr Attilla Cox was nominated for President by Mr W L Mapother his nomination was seconded by Mr Marks and he was elected All the elections of the officers was made un animouslyW Mapother was elected Vice Pesident Mr Ridgeley Cayce Sec rotary L W Botts Treasures James P Helm general counsel These are the general officers of the road and tbe only ones elected by the board the others being appointed by the executive officers The report of the road shows tb e following results of 1000 Gross earnings from operation 100G 05185047 10U5 02808070 Operating expenses 1000 70103300 1005 08808500 Net earnings 1000 34002047 1005 24000173 Less improvments 1000 1250300 1005 7808858 Net income 1000 30780847 1005 0101315 Charges Interest and Taxes 1000 15000000 1005 185 899 43 Surplus from operation 100657 803 47 1005 2571872 r SCHOOL OPENEDMONDAY A RecordBreaker in Point of Attendance About 200 Pupils Enrolled The Cloverport graded school opened Monday with the brightest prospects in itshistoryAbout pupils were enrolled on the opening day which exceeded the en rollment of any previous year The Principal and teachers are enthusiastic over the prospects and look forward to a most successful school term The pupils are knuckling down to their studies in earnest and promise to make this scholastic year one fruitful of the beat results to themselves Each successive year of the graded school has seen an improvement over the previous one and this years attend ance in point of number is certainly encouraging to the patrons as well as teachers IRVINGTON Born to the wife of Tide Adkisson Sept 0 a boy Miss Irene Simms of Louisville arrives Saturday to spend the winter here teaching in the private school Rev A M Couch of Fordsville filled the pulpit at the Irvington Baptist church last Sunday and was the guest of the McGlothlan family while here Rev J W Thompson is awav help- Ing Rev J T Lewis in a protracted meetine near Holt Mrs Nannie Wathen left Monday for a several duys visit in Louisville She will go from there to Medford Oklahoma to the opening the 20th of Sept Dr C F Marshall and brother Albert have returned from Tar Springs both very much improved in health Miss Luclle Cunningham spent Friday in Glendeane in the Interest of a music classDr L B More ID an spent several days of last week at Horse Cave on a busi ness trip Miss Nona Holt returned to her home in Louisville Tuesday after a visit to her cousin Miss Cecil Sprallin A Sunbeam Society was organized at the Baptist church last Sunday after noon by Mrs R M McGlothlan with the following officers Miss Gerdy Bramlet President Miss Alline Cowley Secretary Miss Mary Collins Treasurer They will meet every second Sunday afternoon at three oclock prompt Messrs Raymond and Dougas Brashear returned to Owenstioro last week after a visit to Mr aud Mrs J R WimpMrs B Coleman accompanied by her grand daughter Marietta Cain left Wednesday for Louisville for a visit to Mrs Colemans daughter Mrs Will CainMrs Clint Beanchamp and children have returned to their home in Haws ville after being the guests of Mr and Mrs D W Henry Mr and Mrs Houston LeGrand and Today is Bryan day in Louisville Thousands ot people from throughout the state are flocking to the metropolis to attend the upeaking of this illnstri ona man which takes place in the Ar mory building at 780 oclock this evening Cloverport and Breckenridgo county will send their full quota of visitors to the city to attend the speak ing The following invitation pas been extended the citizens of Kentucky by the chairman of the committee to at tend the reception TO THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY You are cordially invited to attend a reception to be given by the Democracy of the Solid South in honor of the HomeComing ot the nations illustrious private citizen out partys chieftan William Jennings Bryan Mr Bryan cabled from Europe his acceptance of the Souths Invitation to be its honored guest at a reception in the treat Armory building ia Louisville and since his return to America he has confirmed the selection of Wednesday September 1Jtb as the date ofbisappearanceberei M nYj Miss May Wood of Garfield spent a few days here the guests of Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell last week H H Kemper was the guest of Miss Lillie Clarkson at Big Springs last SundayMrs James Bolin and daughter Reba and mother Mrs Perry left last week for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Indiana Mrs Anna Uhrig and son Henry of Chicago Illinois and Mr Will Mussel man of Ft San Houston Texas are the guests of Mr and Mrs John Mussel man for two weeks Mr aud Mrs Sam Payne and two daughters Grace and Molly spent Sun day at Stephensport the guests of Mrs Annie Payne R B McGlothlau spent several days in the city last week D W Henty has been selected by the ROCK Island Lot and land Co to auction off the sale of the lots at Medford Okla homa on the 20th of the month Mr Henry is considered one of Brecken ridge countys best auctioneers and we feel proud of him that he should be asked to do this stunt The Irvington private school opened last Monday morning with a good prospect of it being a very benefical year to the childrenMiss Simuis of Louis ville as Principal and Mrs R B Mc Glothlan as assistsut Miss Lucile Cunningham will have charge of the music class again this year as she is quite a competent teacher and pleased the patrons last year very much Mrs Dan Walls and children of Mitchell Indiana came Saturday for an indefinite visit to Mr and Mrs Bishoff Miss Mary Nevitt left last Monday for Louisville to attend school there this winterMr and J O Chapin and daughter spent Sunday at Webster the guests of relatives Rufus Walp Returns Home Rufus Walp who for the past three years has been on tne U S cruiser Yankee arrived in Uwensboro Thurs day night and Is now visiting his parents Mr and Mr Charles Walp on Paris avenue Mr Walp is well re membered in Owensboro He will pro bably be at home for some time Owensboro Messenger HlllsOclze Mrs Mary Breekenndge Oelze announces tbe engagement of her daugh ter Ethel Telltna to harry Stith Hills The wedding will take place Wednesday evening September the twenytsixtb at the Baptist cnurcn THE SHOW SATURDAY Big Crowd in Town to Witness the Two Performances- Sun Brothers show exhibited in Clover port Saturday aud a large crowd of people was here to witness the two per formances While net aa large as some of the showsthat have visited Clover port what there was of it was tar better than the average and those who attend ed got their moneys worth The animals showed thorough training and did their stunts to perfectton while the per formers did their work exceptionally well Tbe best of order prevailed ou show day W J BRYAN IN LOUISVILLE TODA of the most distinguished Democratic leaders in the Southern States have signified their intention to attend this great cathering The new Armory will comfortably seat 17000 people while tully 8000 more can find stand ing room Tnis great building wit likely be the scene of the next Dem ocratic National Convention whira will probaoly nominate Mr Bryai tor the Presidency Mr Bryan Is ex pected to arrive in Louisville about noon September 12th and will be es corted to one ot the large hotels w tiere an informal reception will be held for the public Several of the great orator of tbe South will make speeches alt the Armory beginning at 7 30 PM and Mr Bryan will appear in the nalI at 800 P M The Armory doors willI be open to tbe public at 700 P M n tickets being necessary to the main ground floor All the railroads have granted a rate of one fare plus 25c for the round- trip to Louisville and return home from the reception Very truly JohnJW Vreeland Chairman I I ftaki Powderm ABSOLUTELY PURE Healthful cream of tartar derived solely from grapes refined to absolute purity is the active BakingPowerPowderHence it is that Royal Baking Powder fineflavorNo alum no phosphatewhichare the socaIIedcheapbalfrom bones rock and sulphuric acid ROYAL SAKINO POWDER co HEW YORK BABBAGE FAMILYREUNION Pleasant Gathering of Widely Separated Branches of the Family Some of the Family History The Holley Standard New York A reunion of the Babbage family was held at the residence of Rlcoaid Babbage Sunday August 26 The historical event of this occasion was the tact that this was tbe first time the families of tbe two brothers John and James Babbage of Ash reigney Devonshire England have met together since about 1700 Ricnaid Babbage the wellknown resident of Clarendon came to this country from Devonshire England in the yeai 1850 There were four bro theis Richard of Clarendon Simon and John of Rochester N Y and William who went toHicksville Ohio but Kept his whereabouts however u eeciet from his brothers About five years ago and after the brothers bad been separated from tbe bortner William 05 years a daughter inlaw Mrs John W Babbace wrote to England aud learning ot Mr Bab bage of this place tile funnily were thus placed in communication About this time E H Babbage of Lockport but formerly of Clarendon commenced writing a history and making a family tree of the Babbaees and up to this time has been successful in locating relatives in Kentucky Ohio Wyoming Alaska Canada New Jersey Massa chusetts Pennsylvania England and Australia the ancestry dating back to 1475 At that time the name was written Bavidge but in 1G25 was chanced to Babbage It appears the Babbages were among the oldest Devonshire families and the name appears I on the peal of bells in the church at ABnreigney Devonshire 1Eng They also have a crest which hRS been see loured and was displayed at the re I unionThe day was most enjoyably spent Mr and Mrs John Kuinio acting as host and hostess A sumptuous repast was served ou the lawn and stories were told of tbe experiences of the present and past generations Richard William Babbage lately of South Molton I Devonshire Eng gave a pleasing description of the home of thO Bab IbaRes known us Woodrow Farm at Ashreignoy Devonshire Eng JJLbia estate has been in the Babbage family over 500 years The two brothers John and William came to tnis country a t I the same time that the late John Westcott and Wm Stucsey of thin same place Letters were read from the following absent ones ET Babbage South Molton Eng Mrs Julian Bab ageCiltton Eng Gilbert P Babbage Exeter EnCl Mrs Mary Smytho South Molton Eng Eliza A Pearce BoJmin Eng iir Elizabeth Arthur Devonshire Eng Felix Babbage Esq Chicago 111 Hon Richard G Bab bags New YorK City Joan D Bab bage Cloverport Ky EA Babbage Cambria Wyo and Charles Babbae Seward Alasua At the close of the day all repaired to the parlor and sang America It God Save the King and God Be With YOu Till We Meet Again Among the guests were the following Richard William BSbbage and Mrs R W Bab bage of Montreal Canada JW Bab bage and Margaret Babbage of Ant werp Ohio Mr and Mrs E H Bab bage of Lockpoit N Y H C Bab bage of Honest Hill and Mrs Hollia Smith of Buffalo N Y At the close of the reunion a vote was taken to christen the farm of Richard Babbage in Clarendon and the old farm of William Babbage Hicks ville Ohio Woodrow Farm after the old Devonshire homesteadA QUEST E A GULLION Candidate For Superintendent of Public Instruction Here Yesterday Hod E A Gullion candidate for the Democratic nomination for Superintend ent ot Public Instruction was here yesterday in the interest of his candidacy Mr Gullion has been identified with the educational interests of the State 1 HON I A GILLIGN for ninny years and ties been a I eagspirit in every movement looking to the betterment of schools lIe is emi nently qualified to fill the high office to which he aspires Mr Gullion is popu lar wherever he goes and has made many staunch friends here Hardinsburg Ky Aug 11Spea- salEdttor E A Gnllion of New Castle candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction before the Dem ocratic primary was in the city Mon day prosecuting DIB canvass Hi sit he thinks he will only have one op ponent and he feels confident of winn ing the race Mr Gnllion IB an affable gentleman a hustling candidate and has a genial manner that readily maKes him friends He is thoroughly competent to till the office and he will likely carry the primary 4- c to 1 I I j v I r 1r i i 1i 1i L rt- o s i I i I n r v R v r 1 ITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 f 4 f t j KENTUCKYS fAIR A BIG SUCCESS Exhibition to Be Held Next Week at Louisville Opens September 17 and Closes Night of September 22 TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES EVERY DAY Premiums and Purses Amount to More Than 25000 Band Concerts and Scores of Other Attractions Visitors Will Be Well Entertained Everything Is In readiness for thj State Fair which will begin next Monday at Louisville The grounds having been beautified and put In perfect shape the exhibits are being re ceived and assigned to their propar quarters and hundreds of little de tails are being attended to and prep arations practically completed and will undoubtedly prove the greatest Fair ever held In the stato of Ken tucky In many respects the Fair will be a surprise to those who attend as it will give unmistakable evidence of the great advance that has been made by Kentucky In the past few years and will show to the world tho extent and value of her products the pre eminence of her horseflesh and mag nificence of her other live stock Splendid specimens of tobacco from her fields and grain from her farms will be displayed In abundance Com plete evidence of tho Industry and thrift of her housewives will bo shown The State Fair deserves and will doubtless receive the hearty and un tiring support of every loyal son of the commonwealth It is a state In stitution belongs to the citizens of Boll and Calloway counties as well as to the residents of Jefferson It Is tho fair of the Mountains the Blue Grass the Ponnyrllo and Purchase It Is a place where Kentuckians meet on equal ground interested alike in tho upbuilding of the state To make it a success and build It up from year to year will bo tho pleasure and the duty of every Konfucklan Tho State Fair must be made to rank with those of Kentuckys sister states which have been longer established Ken tucky has tho citizenship and natural resources and stands preeminent in the breeding of horseflesh and has nothing to ask when thrown In com petition with the agricultural or stock breeding interests of other states Managed by State Board The State Fair affords an opportu nlty to tho men who are developing Kentuckys mineral resources to ad vertise the untold wealth that lies In hor mountHlni The State Fair will bo held under the management of the Board of Control appointed Iby tio State Board of Agriculture Immigra tlon and Forestry W T Han Is is chairman of the Board sad J B Bowle of Bardntown Is secretary Prize money amounting to moro thin 26000 will be distributed during the week This li an unusually lave sum the 15000 appropriated by the Mate having been supplemented by more than 10000 In addition Much of this hat been contributed by bum I nuia organizations and publicspirited citizens of Louisville The entire I amount has been appropriated approx imately as follows Horses 5500 Cattle 6000 Mules and Jack stock IOO Womens department SOO Fluid seed tobacco hor ticulture etc i60 Hois 1300 Sheep 1500 Purses for the races 8503 The largo amount of prize money offered has attracted the highest class I of entries both from Kentuckians and other exhibitors The show rings will be worthy of the Fair and of the stateIin every respect In every depatImont the exhibits will be better than have been hoped for by tho manage ment or the outsiderjj The added attractions of the FairC will be of the highest class The music will bo furnished by a band of sixty musicians composing one of tho I most famoua organizations now tour ing the United States the Fair man ngement having felt justified In going to great expense In securing this band believing that the patrons of tho Fair are entitled to tho very best of everything The carnival company will have fifteen shows upon the grounds allof them strictly moral and there will be none permitted that are not suitable In every respect for women and children No gam- blingScrofula I Few are entirely free from It It may develop so slowly as to cause little if any disturbance during the whole period of childhoodII dyspopsiaentarrb sumption before causing eruptions swellingsTorid of ft take the great bloodpurifier SarsaparillaIn t known as Sarsatabo 100 doses 1D I devices will be permitted and special I potectIthieves Tho gates of the Fair will bo open each morning at 9 oclock when the showing of horses cattle and live stock will begin The show rings will be continued throughout the after noon with occasional Intervals dur- Ing which the races will occur The Fair will be open at night until 11 oclock the attractions being concerts by the band and shows of tho carnival company Every day will be featured especially and tho first day will be as good as the last In tbesa davs of rush and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mall rush of our lite little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A bastely eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss Ihe wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a dose of Kodol For Dys pepsin It digests whut you eat and puts your stomach back into snape Sold by all druggists BUSINESS Commenced by the Cooperatlvt Live Stock Company Kansas City Sept 3The Cooperative Live Stock company Incorpo rated at Denver last July has commenced business in this city The company had its Inception last April at the annual meeting In Denver of the American National Live Stook as sociation when it was decided to take action against the recent ad vance In commission charges for the the sale of live stock at the various markets Stock In the company was sold only to live stock producers and feeders and no one person was per mitted to have moro than 50 shares Tho company will It is said reduce the sheep and hogs 2 a carload and wilt boycott the exchange of commis sion men in Chicago and St Joseph The commission on cattle will be tho same as that charged by tho Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Americans Win I Marblehead Mass Sept 4Amer lea scored a decisive triumph over i Germany In the first race of tho series for the Roosevelt cup ort here Tho American yacht Auk owned by Charles Frances Adams second treas urer of Harvard university won the Initial contest by a large margin Vim owned by Commodore Clark of the American Yacht club of New York was second 3 minutes 28 sec onds behind The third boat to cross the finish line was the German yacht Wannsseo owned by the Wannsseo club of Kiel Germany The fourth yacht was the Caramba owned by C H W Foster of tho Eastern Yacht club while Tilly VI and Glueckauf IV two German craft were In fifth and sixth places respectively Universal Language Geneva Switzerland Sept 3The Esperanto universal language con gress which has been in session hero during the week was highly success ful Its sections dealt with extreme ly varied subjects The Red Cross temperance socialism chess educa tion peace and the sciences wero all discussed In Esperanto The delo t gates from the United States were enthusiastic regarding the possibili ties and usefulness of Esperanto in traveling Soufrtere Active Kingstown St Vincent Sept 4II Police officers stationed at Belair near the Soufrloro volcano re ported that 21 detonations wore hoard and that many flashes were observed over the volcano early in the morn- Ing There have been no distinct signs of activity sties The crater Is enveloped In clouds and the heat Is oppressive Columbus Died 0 of S8 FrightIIthat a large negro her with a big knife and just about to kill her was tho cause of the death of Miss Annie Morgan No one would buy n sailboat with sails that oould not ue reeled There is always that possibility ot of a little too much wind tnat makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided The thinking man afraid whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provides for his stomach by keeping n bottle of KOdolFor Dyspepsia within reach Kodol digest what yon bat and rest ored the stomach to the condition to properly perforinitfl fnnctions Sold by all druggists Drunken Fray Wheeling W Va Aug 28Mike Dundy was struck on the head with a beer bottle which crushed his skull In a drunken fight among coal minor at Gloncoa 0 west of Bellalre He died a few hours later Richard Pan ney was arrested and held for murder Cahestons Sea Wall nukes life now as safe in that city as- on the higher plan E W Gocdoe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety tie writes I have used IJr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well und safe Before that time I had a cougb whIch for years had been growing worse Now Its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough aid prevents Pnenmonlal Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at Sevexs Drug Co Price GOo md 1100 Trial bottle tree BURIED BOY ALIVE Heinous Crime of a Chicago Youth Half Cozen Arrests Chicago Sept 3Robert Gordon 16 confessed that he struck Joseph Reed S with a brick stunning him and then burled him alive under a sidewalk In front of his fathers home Young Reeds body was found whero the Gordon boy said ho had buried It Gordon was then arrested The ab sonco of the Reed boy from his homo was noticed Saturday afternoon and search was Immediatey begun for him Gordon aided the father in tho search for several hours and finally took him to where the body was buried and assisted In digging it up When questioned by the police Gor don broke down and confessed that he enticed the boy to the basement of the Reed homo mistreated him and when he attempted to escape struck him with a brick Ho then burled him alive Five other boys ranging in age from 16 to 20 years who had been drinking with Gordon at tho rear of tho Reod home kstforo the murder became known were arrested and are being held by the police Cruiser Boston Wrenched Belllngham Wash Sept 5 The United States cruiser Boston which struck Peabody rook in Rosario straits is now tying in deep water in this harbor in order to give the diver opportunity to prosecute his work She has taken a great deal of water and has listed five degrees to port Seven cell compartments are filled Although she has put out to deep wa ter again after drawing in close to shore in order that she might be run upon the sandy beach quickly if nec essary all her lifeboats are provisioned and swung out ready for in stant use The ships diver found a seam three feet In length which Is ad mitting water but has not yet found any holes in the hull The vessel Is believed to bo badly wrenched Com mander Coffmnn is now awaiting tho arrival of tugs to tow the Boston to BremertonIncrease of Army Officers Pay Washington Sept 3 Conditions existing at this time call for an in crease in the pay of army officers says Brigadier General Constant Williams commanding tho department of the Colorado in his annual report Ho asserts that the Increased cost of lIv ingslnco 1872 when the present rate of pay was fixed the frequent changes of stations sending officers to Alaska and Island possessions necessitating the keeping of two separate establishments in many cases work a hardship especially on line officers Deploring the fact that con gress in its last army appropriation bill tall to grant an increase In com mutation of quarters for officers Gen eral Williams says that In common justice action should be taken at an early date 10 remedy this situation Panic Among Passengers Now York Sept tA wild desire to see the battleships and cruisers assembled off Oyster Bay caused a panic among the 1800 passengers on the big sidewheel steamer Bridge port In which scores of women and children wero trampled upon As tho Bridgeport approached the fleet every one rushed to the port side Tho steamer heeled over until her guards were submerged and a Hood rushed turningtover was the cry Tho crowd rushed for the starboard rail causing just as terrifying a lIst In that direction Then came a mad fight for life pre sonora In which many wero Injured Raid of Rangers Douglas Ariz Sept 6Tho cam paign against the Mexican revolutionary movement In this section which has been waged for several weeks cuI minuted when a body of Arizona rangers headed by Captain Rynnlng railed a house In an Isolated section on international lino whore meetings have been hold Revolvers dynamite and Incendiary literature wore found in the house While this search was being made officers about town arrested IS men alleged to be of the revolu tionary party They will It is declared be prosecuted under the neu trality law Mormons In Mexico Mexico City Sept 3 Mormon rep resentatives have purchased another largo tract of land in Mexico Somo time ago they purchased for coloniz ing purposes a largo tract of land In the stato of Mexico and another in the stato of Oaxaca and within tho last few days have closed a deal for 300000 acres of rich land in tho Fuerte river valley of tho state of Sinaloa It Is said to be tho Inton tion to send 12000 Mormon families from Utah Colorado and Novada to Mexico German Marines In Chile Buenos Ayres Sept 3A dispatch received hero from a French source at Valparaiso reports that the Ger man consul there fearing the possible looting of the consulate has a detach ment of blue Jackets from the German cruised Falke The Chilean minister of war it is added promptly demand ed the immediate embarkation of tho sailors saying the Chilean police were well able to maintain order In Valparaiso Dropped a Torch Indianapolis Ind Sept 3 Tho plant of the Eureka Refrigerator com pany was destroyed by fire which started from a torch accidentally dropped by an engineer The loss Is 00000 as estimated by the company The Wire Broke St Marys 0 Sept 4 John Cur rler of Chilllcothe known as Professor Lorenzo was fatally injured while making a nlldo for life on a tight wire falling 20 feet The wire broke WtV MSt I JPVBLICI SA OF HORSES MULES AND STOCK IN CONNECTION WITH COLT AND MULE SHOW AT EKRON KY SATURDAY SEPT 22 06 I On the above date the Ekron Commercial and Live Stock Club will hold a live stock show for fleade and adjoining counties PREMIUMS AWARDED AS FOLLOWS 1st Best Colt 1000 1st Best Mule Colt 1000 2nd Best Colt 600 2nd Best Mule Colt 600 3d Best Colt 500 3d Best Mule Colt 500 Best Saddle Horse 1000 Best Harness Horse 1000 2nd Best Saddle Horse 500 2nd Best Harness Horse 500 In connection with the show there will be offered for sale from 200 to 300 head of cattle sheep and hogs There will also be buyers for horses and work mules and for as many as two car loads of weanling mules Everybody in Meade Hardin and Breckenridge counties invited to bring their stock and enter these contests SADDLE AND DRIVING CONTEST TO BEGIN AT II A M COLT AND MULE SHOW TO BEGIN I P M Illorse Tmt and mule sale righti l after show Stock sale to begin at 9 a Anyone wishing to enter colts mules and horses for the contest should notify the association a few days in advance so stable room will be reserved Also anyone having horses mules or stock of any kind for sale should enter them early Ekron is situated on the L H St L R R forty miles below Louisville It is well supplied with water for man and beast Plenty of stable and lot room for stock Hotel accommodation for the public For further particulars call on or address DIR KyRBlunt Shucklett KWlIFrymirey Ml Origin of Words To Milan Is owed tho word milli nery n milliner having been original ly a Milancr an Importer of feminine finery from Milan Just as a cordwaln er shoemaker was a worker In cor dounn leather from Cordova It Is curious to note how many words have eons from the geographical names of northern ItalyI There Is for instance florin the coin of Florence and pis tol from IIstoja Dr Johnson said that the word job was a low word now much In use of which I cannot tell the etymology II Is supposed to be really Identical with gob a mouthful or morsel Popys records how my lord said to him I will do you all the good Jobs I can and Pepys himself speaks of Tangier- as hitherto used ns a Jobb to do u kindness to some lord But the slm plc monosyllabic ugliness of the word was too much for Johnson Many words of most august sound prove to be of quite commonplace an vestry when traced to their origins Finance IN really only settling up Literally It Is Just ending and was formerly used In that very simple ense la the English language Then U came to signify settling up with s creditor and acquired the special seats of ransom The Interior of the Earth A frequent remark Is that mankind dwells on u thin crust euclrgllug a molten mass and that the journey of life is practically on a fire ball Incased- In a fragile shell that has cooled and that as It cools further contracts with earthquake shocks Much virtue In rhetorIc If the purpose Is to elevate the hair and Induce cold thrills and oosellesh The Internal lire of tho earth Is an Inference and In any large sense uistoBlcnlly harmless If true Persons who worry over cosmic problems might also keep awake of nights over the palpable truth that the earth moves through space without any vlsl ble means of support On the planet are tho plain marks of epochs of Ice as well as of Intense heat Scientists agree that glacial ages will coma again but geology teaches that they ire gradual and of limited extent gee graphically St Louis GloboDemo crat rIt Slight Have peen Worse LydiaIm just as mad as I can br with Charlie Ho kissed me right before all tho girls Georgette Well Isnt that better than if he kissed all the girls before you Experience Is the great test of trutU and is perpetually contradicting tb1 theories of menDr Johiwn CA IX ORE ZBoUiht8guaure Kentucky State fairj I Louisville I Sept 17= 22 2INPREMIUMS D PURSES TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATES eessa s i fems sess issssesmN ASHEVILLE 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 1 Southern Railway j lowestftX ikpoint sea 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 u mean for the whole year of 5415 Fand a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp toC H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS I All the news of your town and county I a10 I u i p 4 K 1- I I KJ 4j t i- w t I if a t f fJif r THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEHBER 12 1906 3 1 If iIfi iit tt tt x j- it t D I I ta r r if iI itj j WANT PALMAS SCALP Insurgents and Liberals Unite on Capote For President ONE WAY OF SETTLING STRIFE Definite Negotiations Looking to Rest ratlon of Peace Already Under WayRevolutionary Veterans Meet at the Capital to Discuss the Situ i atlonSharp Engagement Havana Sept 7Whllo tho ponce projects have caused a suspension of revolutionary operations no appre- cIable progress toward anything like a satisfactory understanding has beet made The Liberal leaders Insist its unjust to regard them as insur gents They assert they are merely seeking peace at the same time declaring that not only must the peace terms be bettor than talked of but there must bo some unquestionable guaranty that the conditions will be fully carried out Tho Moderates meanwhile continue in a waiting atti hide Vicekdency came from the Liberals and In surgents wltn such unanimity that the committee of veterans decided to con sider the matter In allits aspects If President Palma signifies his willingness to resign in the Interest of peace this may be the outcome Revolutionary veterans have slgnl fied their Intention of coming to Havana to attend the veterans peace meeting The veterans say tho coun try Is suffering from too much poll tics The committee of veterans which visited General Guzman In Santa Clara province to ask him to suspend hostilities pending peace negotiations has returned to Cienfuegos and reports that Guzman has suspended hostilities entirely pending the nego tiations for peace The veterans who visited Colonel Asbert In Havana province report that the committee sent to Pine Guerra in tho province of Plnar Del Rio has not yet returned but they add that there Is not the slightest doubt he will follow Guz mans example as Guzman has al ways avoided fighting General Menocal said he had no rea son to be disappointed with the prog ress of peace negotiations that the semiofficial suspension of hostilities hlcjvbegan In Santa Clara and Ha vana provinces would be extended to Plnar Del Rio giving the veterans a chanco to push negotiations for peace among their comrades and others In the field General Menocal appears fc fcnot to be dlacouraged by the attitude of the Liberals Government Force Routed Cienfuegos Sept 7A detachment of 50 government troops from this city encountered a band of General Guzmans Insurgents near Camarones In the fight which ensued the govern ment force was routed many being killed or wounded There Is great excitement In Cienfuegos REQUISITION Sought For Paul Stensland Former Chicago Banker Chicago Sept 4 Judge Pond signed the petition for requisition pa pers for Paul Stensland the fugitive bank president prepared by Acting States Attorney Barbour after which It was taken to tho secretary of state The petition Is accompanied by affidavits in support of charges of forgery A petition to Governor Deneen and one to President Roosevelt were also included among the papers forwarded to the secretary of state- Stenslands Arrest Tangier Morocco Sept 4 PaulO Stensland president of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chicago Ill was arjested hero by Harry Olson assistant states attorney who had followed the fugitive from Chicago DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sue to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver cal triumph the nine teenth century dis covered after nent kidney and bladder specialist and is bles and BrIghts Disease which is the worst form kdn9r trouble Dr Kilmer Is not recommended for everythIng but if you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital wotk In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement hlz been made by which all readers thIs who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous otter In this paper and send your address to Dr KilmerCoBlng SwampRoot remedyIt of years of byDr curinglameof SwampRoot of pant SwampRoot Theregular Hamoawamj Root dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mlatakeibut remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and tho address BInghamton NY Is on every bottle thrdugh England and Spain to Glbral tar and this port where the prisoner arrived Sunday night After his ar rest Stensland was conducted to the United States legation where he was detained In custody Vermont Elections Montpeller Vt Sept uFletcher- D Proctor of Proctor son of United States Senator Rod field Proctor was elected governor of Vermont by a largo majority The Republican or ganization claims that his plurality over Percival W Clement of Rutland the independent and Democratic can dldate would exceed 15000 Tho nor mal Republican plurality in Vermont Is about 21000 Scattered returns re ceived from the two congressional die tricts of the state indicate that Rep resentative Dr Jr Foster of Burlington and Klttredge Haskius of Brnttloboro both Republicans have been returned by the usual large vote Returns from 100 towns out of 2 1C show that tho legislature will be overwhelmingly Republican Collision In St Clair River Detroit Mich Sept iThe steam er Milwaukee of Western line collided with the steamer Nelson Mills on St Clair river near St ClaIr Tho Mills sank Immediately and it is reported three of her crew were drowned The Milwaukee is a modern steel freight or while the Mills is an old typo ol wooden craft Died Suddenly Louisville Ky Sept 5Dr Fran cis R Benttle ono of the most widely known ministers In the Presbyterian church unit president of the Presby terian Theological seminary died suddenly of heart fealure at his real lonco He was a native of Canada Piles positively cured with Dr Hcboops Magic Ointment Its made tor piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful pro truding or blind piles disappears like magic Sold by lovers Drug Co THE ONLY HONEST ELECTION EVER HELD IN KENTUCKY The Courier Journals recent Popular ity contest is one of the most lemark able events in the history of that paper We might well add in the history of the State for during its pro gress KentucKy enjoyed the blessIngs of universal suffrage Ihe total vote cast was 0078021 liThe contest was carried on fairly from start to finish The Courier Jour nal conducted the contest fairly and hpnestly says one newspaper and as no defeated candidate has seen fit to contest the election of her opponent- we may conclude that tbe above state ment Is true And yet nil the candidates and a large per centof the voters were women Isnt the Courier Journals Popularity Contest pretty good argument fo women suffrage Elsie Haller The Masons Barbecue The following is a partial list of those attending the Masons barbecue August 23 and who registered at the News booth The list is continued from our issue of the 20th ult Troy IndE H Salom Richmond VaM E Ammon Cloverport Miss Lucy MoGavock Mr and Mrs James Younger Union Star Miss Cart Mary Cart Mattie Co- xAddisonMrs Bettio Black Mrs J L Long Miss Amanda Long Miss Nellie Barks- Bewleyllle James Adams Chae Gross Mrs Cbas Gross G E Drnrv Mary K enan Mrs J L LongPatesville Mr and Mrs J T Pullinan A L Qnisenberry Hallie KnightLodlburgMrs Win Payne H A Basham Gola larant Mine Mr and Mrs Alviu Pate GustonEmerson Bradley Heights KanJohn A Wagner Battle Town Sallie Allen Andyvllle Miss Minnie Singleton Tar ForkEmily E Keonan Irene Roberts Goer ing Sarah Curry Dora Carry N H Curry James Powere Jr Large SpringsFlora Merserve Brandenburg Jennie Hardin Irvlngton Mrs D C Heron Mr and Mrs Chas Chamberlain Mrs Nannie Wathen MysticH D Dowell Owensboro Martha Jarboe Eliza Barrett Mary Barrett H Hawkins New Orleans LaO A Younger WaitmanDella Waltman WolfCreekJ L Singleton Jean Banard Henry Stiles Fordsville Lnla Basham Maggie BashamMattinglyEugene Bates Pearl Benin Alice Pate Pearl Garrett Ulifton Mills Linda Basham EkronJ H Sacklett Think of Dr Schoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges il your breath Is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc Incorporated Into an imported oreamlike velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Severe Drug Co WON ON A FOUL Joe Gans Outpoints Battling Nelson In Great Mill Goldfleld Xex Sept 4Tire battle between Joe Gans anti Battling Nelson for the lightweight championship came to an abrupt end In the forty fieconfl round when Nelson deliber ately fouled the black man It was one of the best contests seen In years Doth men wore tired when tho fight ended but Gene was apparently tho stronger He was away ahead on points and had smashed rand cut Nel son all through the fight without be ing badly hurt himself Shortly after the fortysecond round began the men were in theli usual clinch had his head on Gnus NelsenI his arm down Several times he hit Gans below tho belt apparently feel Ing for nvital spot At Inst he drew back his right arm arid hit Gans a vicious blow squarely in Ute groin The negro sank to his knees and rolled over on his back Referee Slier without hesitation ordered Nelson to his corner and awarded the fight to Gans on a foul Sllors decision re- ceIved almost unanimous approval Gnus generalship was shown when he broke his hand In tho thirtythird round ho landed a hard rlght hand punch on the side of Nelsons face A bone in the hand snapped and Gans stepped back with an expression of pain He limped around as though ho had stepped on his foot or turned It and no ono realized that he had badly injured hit right handalthough It was suspected that it might have been injured h Americans Win Again Marblohend Mass Sept OThree American boats sailed across the finish line In the second race for the loose velt cup well In advance of the throe German challengers The Vim do signed by William Gardner and owned by Commodore T L Park of the American Yacht club of New York won the contest through her brilliant windward work coupled with splendid running qualities Clifford Buckmnn her amateur skipper sailed the craft perfectly the second time over tho course although he lost during tho first time by taking a long hitch In shore with the tide The Caramba owned by C H W Foster was the second boat finishing 32 seconds be hind the Vim whllo the Auk winner of Mondays race was third to finish 22 seconds behind the Caramba Of the three German challengers tho Wannssee did tho best work Wants Officials Arrested Topeka Kan Sept 4lra N Ter rill recently released from tho state prison at Lansing where he had served a term under the charge of murder committed In Oklahoma appeared at the office of United States District Attorney Bono and demanded that warrants for the arrest of Gov ernor E W Hoch exGovernors W J Bailey and W E Stanley of Kansas exGovernor Ferguson of Oklahoma and exWarden E B Jewett of the penitentiary be issued at once Ter rill declared that ho had been unlaw fully hold and was not guilty as charged of murder District Attorney Bono informed him that a proper per titian would If presented be given consideration Terrill Is an attorney Vermont Election Rutland Vt Sept C Complete returns of tho state election show that Fletcher Dr Proctor Republican candidate for governor was elected by 15676 over PercIval W Clement In dependent Democrat The vote Proc tor 42150 Clement 26474 scattering 1000 Proctor Is a son of Senator Proctor For congressman David J Foster of Burlington and Klttredge Hasklns of Hrattleboro Republicans were elected by majorities greater than they received two years ago Tho lower branch of the legislature Is overwhelmingly Republican and all the members of the senate belong to that party The Republicans elected their entire state ticket by plurall ties approaching that of Proctor All Refuse to Eat Winnipeg Man Sept 6 Fourteen Doukhobers confined In the RegIna Jail absolutely refuse to eat The mounted police are compelled to force food through their teeth by scientific means These men who were lead ers of nudo pilgrimages are confined In Jail to prevent fresh marches through public streets but the hum II iation only steels their hearts Under tho care of a physician each Doukho her is laid on his back pinned to the floor a napkin tied under his chin and liquid nourishment pumped into him EightHour Day Liverpool Sept 6Tho trades union congress adopted a resolution In favor of an eighthour day for all organized labor The American dele gates offered fraternal greetings from the American Federation of Labor F K Foster one of the American delegates described the labor situation In the United States saying the American trade organizations were growing favorably and If the working men of Great Britain united a com plete victory for the labor movement was only a question of time To Succeed Davit Elklns W Va Sept 6The Sec end district Democratic congressional convention held at Keyser nominated oxJudge M H Dent of Grafton W Va for congress to succeed Colonel T B Davis brother of Henry Gassa way Davis who declined to accept an other term Work of Burglar Bloomdale 0 Sept 6The residence of Charles Wolfe was burglar ized and Mrs Wolfe who was at home alone at the time was bound and gagged while tho robbers ransacked the house J STOP WOMAN AND CONSIDER THE ALL- IMPORTANTI PACT lJilugham you arc confiding your private ills to a woman n woman whoso expert ence with womens dis eases covers a great yearsMrs is the daughter in law of PlnlthamAand I 1Amenfreeofclmrge1 IIManyI suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse knowing full well that i they ought to have immediate assist I impelsthemselves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician It is unnecessary Without money or price you can consult a wo man whoso knowledge from actual ex perience is great Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation Women suffering from any form of female weakueseare InvIted to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass All letters art received opened read and answered by women only A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that will help your case She asks nothing in return except your goodwill and her advice has relieved thousands Surely any woman rich or poor is very foolish if she docs not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance- If you are ill dont hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once and write Mrs Pink ham Lynn Mass for special advice When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women you cannot well say without trying it I do not believe Iit will help mo I YouLook LookYellow The trouble is your livers sick One of its products bile is overflowing into j your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from headache stomachache dizzi ness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icBedfords BlackDraught i This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver It purifies the blood renews theappetite feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti pationIt a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys and regulates all the digestive functions Try t- At all dealers in medIcines In 2Sc packages 1= A =i TIC LEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBbRB KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish mont more uptodate Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles and all other grades of spectacles Fin Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needles to fit all machines findings Musical instruments andIIBest and finest of all timepieces Ji JI f I Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island TO COLORADOVery low round triP n118 An WHiiiner reductions Septejtttwr 23 to 89 low round trip rates al1 summer TO CALIFORNIAVery reduction September 3 to 14 inclusive One way Colonist tickets will be on sale September 1 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS ARK iS to=nn round trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request QEO H LGE H I McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt DIst Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati OI CiII ts of r YII AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPnl- II YELLOWSTONE PARKPersonally Conducted I SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Spring Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAR Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6t DAY IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip 1Expenu of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully consider ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 2M- hIiI For full particulars write I JJ II GALLAGHER IIiu7 Uarret Avenue Loui- svilleSOUTHWEST 1t M M i The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ac touch off your farm as YOU ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It tlakes too mu h money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a living 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 is work ing for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Soutbwiat along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that can be bought for from fj to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince yuu tlmt your best Interests lay In settling thern The trip ran III4 made at very little expunge On thu first and third Tuesdays of each month you can purchase It round trip ticket to any point In the Pouthwest on or via the Cotton Holt Route at very hw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you are interested In1 Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc i L C BARRY T P A Colton Belt Route 82 tcdd KyJ TTho school for the young man or young woman who de sires an honest and thorough education JA corps of nine experienced and well equipped teachers will assist me in tho class rooms TVVe have the Classical Scientific Theological Commercial Musical and Elocutionary courses of study Thorough- work will be required in each department Diplomas will ho given in each TJCho scholastic year begins August 31 1906 Rates arc extraordinarily low For particulars write for Catalog J W HUGHES President Kingswood College Via Haraed Kingswood Ky v T c I i t t J i 1 I T T T T A 4 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYf SEPTEMBER 121906I f S J II ji BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price t100 a year or 1125 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged Or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 nU per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address inbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1000 For Congress ZION HEN JOHNSON You had better think twice be fore you jump off a moving train once There was a mighty smashingof the machine down in Georgia Look out in Kentucky William J Bryan is so popular up North that the spiders have taken up his name and weaving it in their webs We see no trouble in the farm ers getting ten dollars for their tobacco this year if they stand to gether They have things practically in their own hands The manufactures want tobacco and are bound to have it and theyll pay the price to get it Our advice is to stand firm multipliesthat the Democrats of the state are tired of boss rule andHBoss Beckham and Boss Ilager and Boss Haland all the little subbos sos scattered about in every county in the state all receiving their orders from Frankfort might as well pack their grips this year Henderson Gleaner Mr J D Brasheur buyer for the American Tobacco Company was here last week viewing tho condition and acreage of the tobacco crop Ilie reports both in fine condition and says the acreage is a little short of last year but he thinks the pounds will be fully up to lust year Hegarding prices he had very little to say only that the lid would be off and that he was going to make it interesting for the farmers and give them the benefit of top prices The American Society of Equity in the Green River section seems to be in a nourishing condition as will be seen from the Owensboro Messenger which says Har mony seems to prevail in every local of the A S of E in the Green River district Never be fore in the history of the organization were the prospects brighter for success than they are at pres ent From every section en couraging reports are being received More tobacco growers signed the acreage pledge than over before and more growers are pledging their crops to the Equity warehouses than ever before This is as it should be Tho farmers have made a wonderful fight against the tobacco trust and have already won notable victories It is the belief of the leaders of the cause in Daviess county that the greatest victory over the trust will be won this year With harmony everywhere and all of the farmers working together for better prices they cannot led efeated II 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 by all druggists Will Visit In Frankfort Miss Maud DoBruler Polk will reo turn to Fiansfoit with Mrs Hugh Tobin She will be the finest of Mrs Tobin during the Autumn months Well worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they Keep my family in splendid health Qaick cure for Head ache Constipation and Bllionsnee82oo Guaranteed at Severs Drag store liON BEN JOHNSON IN BULLITT COJNTY Bon Ben Johnson of Nelson County spoke here last Tuesday after noon Aug 28 in the Circuit Court room to one ot the largest and most representative audiences that have assembled hers in the last two years Mr Johnson was introduced to the audience by chairman Sneed of the Democratic County Committee in a few brief remarks and was greeted with prolonged applause Mr Johnson devoted the greater part cf his time to exposing the in iquitles of the Dingley Tariff bill and evils of the trusts founded thereon showing plainly how every necessary article used by the farmer the laborer and citizen generally was taxed for all it would bear while the diamonds of the rich gold and silver bullion and articles ot luxury were either on the free list or scarcely taxed at all His epeecn bristled with facts and figures tnroughout showing a com plete mastery of all the Important tariff question yet it was by no means n dry or prosy affair It Was Inter spersed with jokes and anecdotes told in a happy vein that charmed and delighted the audience who showed their appreciation by their close atten tion and liberal applause If the Dem ocrats of the whole district are as well pleased with their nominee as those of Bnllitt count Mr Johnson confi dently look forward to the largest ma jority given any Democratic in the list decade Bnllitt will be on band with her seven hundred majority Let the larger counties do equally as well and every Democrat in the district will joyfully join in the shout of triumph and victory the night of Nov 6th next Bnllett Pioneer The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures Bow to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chiefest study LIKI thousands of others Mr Urn A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do thin She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped I my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump tion 0 its grind for throat and lung trouble Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price fiOcnnd 10U Trial bottle freeII PATESVILLE Several from here attended the Sun Bros show at Cloverport Saturday Miss Mollie Fawver opened her school Monday at Bowling Chapel Miss Emma Clark of this place opened her school at Happy Hollow MondaySeveral Young people assembled at the home of Mi and Mrs Millard Cnmpton Saturday evening School opened Monday with James Lamb principal and Kirtley Kincaifl assistant Both are young men of this placeThe school opened Monday at Dukes with Miss Au na Lamb of this place as prinulpal and Homer Tindle of that place as assistant Dr R W Frymire and grandchild Miss Lenl Dean returned from Stanley Wednesday where they had been to attend the funeral of Lenis oldest brother Owen Dean who died ot Typhoid fever OAo T BJ4B- Iuth the KM You Hate Always Bought 2150xof YA1 Hello Central Give Me 193 Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat Always on hand Say give us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do not please you WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky j I f I riliRules and RegulationsF- or III the Cloverport Graded School I IWc the Board of Trustees of the Cloverport Graded ISchool establish the following Rules and Regulations for the guidance of teachers and pupils during the ensuing year or until repealed by the aforesaid Board I 1 Itii Teachers will make an estimate of the work of each pu pil once each week during the year andn record must be kept of the same it 2 IAn examination either oral or written shall be given fli in each grade above the first year at least once eachmonth U Pupils are not to have previous notice of the date or hour of said examinations except in the case of the examination tW held at the close of the school year 3 tW A monthly report of his work together with a recordof lihis attendance and punctuality shall be given each pupil as fW soon as possible after the close of each month In making out this report twothirds of the per cent due a pupilshall tI- m be found from the weekly estimates and onethird from the monthlyexammatlOntW IIn j Iestimating the scholarship of pupils deduction will be made for every day a pupil is absent However pupils who have been absent on account of sickness may bo permitted to Mj make up the lost lessons and to receive credit for them 5 fitWbe suspended from school Provided that the parent or Ita- ItS shall make it known in person or by writing ItSItSguardian was owing to sickness of pupil or a thatI or a death in the family or other cause the absence shall be excused by the Principal This fii section shall not be enforced when pupils are absent on ac fW count of religious holidays if they bring a written statement from parent or guardian to that effect No mere statement that a child remained at homo by parents consent shall bo accepted as an excuse but all such cases must bo marked tinexcused G IPupils will not be excused for the purpose of practicing I music except where there is no instrument in the Pupils may be excused by the Principal to take homeI comenientlylurranged II rom report pupils exception or variation 7 withoutI m Pupils who leave before the closing of the school term Iwill not be permitted to advance with their classes until they have passed satisfactorily strict examination directed by I the PrincipolIPupils are required obey 11teachers to observe good order and propriety of deportmentW1 to he diligent in study respectful to all school and kind and obliging to one another clean and neat Mj in person and attire 9 All pupils arc required to refrain from every kind of irude behavior in the school building such as loud talking Mj whistling running or scuffling and to conduct themselves as lawellbred persons should This rule applies to intermissions fB as wolf as to all other timesra10tWThe first bell shall be rung by the Janitor at 8 oclock and no pupil shall enter the grounds or building before this M bell has rung except by special permission 11 MjNo person or persons not members of the school will be Itii allowed to loiter about the building or grounds during school tW Mj hours or engage in any game on the school grounds during iischool hours Any one so doing will be considered tress IB passer and subject to the laws of the state for the sameffj 12IIMjAny pupil who shall on or around the school premises W use or write any profane or indecent language or draw on Itexhibit any obscene picture or representation or book shall W be liable to corporal punishment or suspension or expulsion IItWproperty or private property on the school premises or in the ri t immediate vicinity shall pay in full for such damage and said charge shall be paid the pupil shall be IIuntilNo pupil teacher or janitor 14 shall use susponded1 in the building or on the premises or in of the same during school hours or at any intermission tW immediately following the close of school 15 orIIit Pupils are forbidden to throw stones snowballs or siles of any kind upon the school grounds or in the vicinity I of the building I1G fli til All pupils of the Eighth grade are required to pass the re ItIIj j Teachers shall not detain any pupil or pupils more than lei half an hour after school for punishment or to make up IIII neglected lessons except by permission of the Principal and no pupil for any cause shall be deprived of more than half of any recess c li 1 I r I A RARE OPPORTUNITY ITobuy a farm three miles from Cloverport ftjonthe turnpike road II John M Beavin who is going to Oklahoma fathis fall offers his place of 223 acres at a tIgreat bargain Will sell it as a whole or I will divide it putting 123 acres including Iiithe dwelling house of 9 rooms and 2 halls tilland cistern and large barn acresItW ftitimbered and has 5 springs The timber on the 100 acre tract will payju for half the land tW Apply to John M Beavin on the premises or I to R L Newsom at Cloverport Ky Im f j fStji- Mr I Stock of- Merchandise rr- II IIFor Sale 1 As administrator of the estate of J M T Drane I offer for sale the stock of mer- chandise1 at Webster Ky which is part of i m this estateAvX Any one wishing to engage in the mer- cantileH business could not find a better lID lID m j locationIIs l H DRANEJJI THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville tj PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr r3r r a r r stir 9r + + Fresh Meats j You will always find the best jjj fresh meals to be had at r Mays MeatI Marketta I t Meat can not be prepared m properly for the table unless it is tender when it leaves the market None but the best rJIpavesWo appreciate your trade promptly S JFMyCloverport Ky m J LODIBURG Mr Joe Fetch of Louisville vas down Monday the guest of O L Evotts Mrs Frank Sholraan Holt visited her uncle Augusta Dutschke last week Eugene Norton visited friends at Webster Sunday lLitilL 6 J- The most centrally located and firstclass 200 rate hotel In the city m onlJII JJ Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all part of the city- Everything neat andiclean e tl Fr7rar3 r3r 1I Notice I t- lI II or one of my depr ties will be at- CLOVPRPORT t I Sept 14 and 15 19065 4Please4 r and troublei HILT MILLER Sheriff JRoscoeSunday jl Mrs Carlton Dutschke Louijy vine visited relatives here IIMC weekII curedShallF S CHENEY CO Toledo 4 irCheneyperfectly honorable In all his business tasuctions and financially able to carry ow any obligations made by his firm rA Halls Catarrhs61WholesaleCur Is taken Internal I acting directly upon the blood and mu surfaces of the system Testimonials SOldrDrulrglstllTake Rolls Family Pills for constlpatfc I i a t I I 1 t y 1 y D 1 J a 1f3THEBRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBSR 12 1906 5 1 IIIr j- I r f to II III lf I 1 L I I III II I I II I f fajFf I f J I J 1- R r I e f W i 3V r r- r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 lgQ6 Ms Pills After eating persons of a bilious habitt will derive great benefit bofDRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows resto ferIngsI j Miss Dee Basbam spent Sunday Ifct SkIllmanJames Skilman of Owensboio we Lere last week Miss Nannie Snyder of Skillman is the great of Miss Hazel Holder Rev C Brey returned trom Hawes vi lie last Thursday Fine line of Ladies Furnishings at Polk Franks milliners Mrs James Skillman returned fro Holt Sunday Jack Mooiman is tile guest of bis parents Dr and Mrs J L Moorman Mr and Mrs Ridge have returned from Louisville Miss Jane Hamilton returned home from Louisville Saturday Bate Herndon of lrvington was here last Thursday J D Babbage Jr left last Thurs day for Sewanee Tenn to enter the University of the South Mr and Mrs T D Ireland of Skill man were the guests of Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock Saturday Miss Fronnie Hardin has returned to her home after an extensive tour iin the east Mrs E 1 Gibbs and daughter Miss Nettle GIbbs of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Gibbs Dan Duncan and James Fisber were the guests of the Misses Wheeler Sun day at Hnidin Grove Miss Alice Board of Louisville was the guest of Miss Lucetta Miller last week Chas P Babbage of Owensboro was here from Louisville last Friday enronte to his home Dr and Mrs R L Newsom and Harry Newsom nave returned froithe Tar Springs Mrs J O1 Stephens and children returned home from Mystic Satnrda They were accompanied by Mr Stephens who has been in Shepberdsville- Mr Ueorge A Boyd of St Louis who formerly lived here is visiting his sister Mrs Chad Babbage In Owens boroMrs VG Sabotage and son Wallace Babbage went to Hardlns burg last week for a short visit tto friends Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia returned to their home in Versailles Monday after a visit t n Mrs J D Gregory aud Mrs Fie 1 raize The Epworth League gave a farewell1 e social on Monday night to its exThird I vicepresident Miss Jennie MabliHarris who resigned her office at tne last business meeting Mrs Joe Fallou and little daughter Sarah McAdams of Medcra were on I the train Wednesday evening oj last week goln to Hawesvllle to visit her parentsRobt L Witt of Lebanon Junction visiting his sister Mrs J C Nolte Robert has grown out of everybody- knowledge here large handsome fin looking young man He is fireman on the L NJJ 1 Consumption The kind ofonly consump 1 tion to fear is neglected consumptionfPeople are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion off consumption het a bottle off Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsio- at once has in thousands off cases turned the balance ini favor of health Neglected consumption dot not exist where Scotts Emul a sion is Prompt use of Scotts Emulll sion checks the disease while iitt i can be checked Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemIst e 409455 Pearl Street Nyork jtec and Jtoos all dnifjrUlt School shoes at Conrad Sipples Mrs Joe Fallon and little daughter ot Medora are visiting lelatives here Mies Ethel Tate in at home from Chicago visiting her parents at Tob inspect Ind Mr and Mrs James Younger went to Louisville today to attend tne Bryan receptionIA Y Ford treasurer of the Colum in Trnst Company has been selected as treasurer ol the state fair R N Hudson returned to Versailles Monday after a short visit to Mr GregoryrcMrs Harvey Harris and little son William are the guests of Mrs Martin BrunsRev Thomas of Owensboro was here last week the guest of Rev and Mrs B M Currie Mr and Mrs C T McClanahan and children have returned here frouj the south Mr and Mrs Carl Lisbon and Mrs F K Lishen were visiting in Louis ville the first of the week Miss A nna BElle Boyd cf St Louis who formerly liven here is visiting relatives in Hawesville mfolk Frank milliners have re ceived a beautiful line of ladies skirts Call in aud iuspect them gavfanp e waning in honor of Mrs George Short Chas Moorman was here Sunday ffrom Versailles the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Wickliffp Moor man Mis + Stella Weatherholt who has I been spending her vacation has reo nrned to JO Nolte Bios store where he has a position Mrs Lillian C Parker and children JRaymond and Clarie have come in from the Tar Springs to spend thn winter Southern Reception to W J Bryan 1 Louisville Ky Sept 12 i50 round trip from Cloverport Sept 13 good re turning Sept 13 Miss Ray Heyser who left Sunday for Glasgow was accompanied as far ai Louisville by her mother 1r Foster Heyser The Cloveport HignSubool graduate- of 1005 and 1000 are making plans t o organize a social club to meet every Wednesday afternoon The infant of Mr and Mrs Wi I Woods has bean quite ill tor some time of catarrh of the lungs at presents iimproving We are sole agents in Lloverport for Cyj and Cos shoes Conrad Sipple Wallace Babbage leaves today for Louisville to hear Bryan entente to Lexington to enter upon his thirdI year at State College Mr and Mrs Dave Wilson were called to Lewisport Sunday to the jbedside of her brother George Powers who is very ill Mrs Catherine Gray Fetter mother of Geo G Fetter Louisville died a tt j e i SbnMrs George W Short who has betonjt j visiting relatives at Hartford another d1 J places has returned here to spendI I a few weeks oefore going to her home I iin Durant I T jt Mr and Mrs Columbus Powers of ji Addison were the guests of Mrs ntPowersI WC Cashman and wife and Miss Zola McKangbn of Stephensport andI Mr Everett Dowello Sample were RsweekeThe fifteenmonths old child of Mr Babe Esary died last Saturday after noon of pneumonia The ifant had been ill only a short while and its death was quite sudden Mrs M F Freeman living in tb Sedge i of town was quite ill Sunday and Monday from the effects of a congestive chill Owing to the face that she is eightvnine years of age there were grave doubts ol her recovery J The Kkron Commercial and Live Club will hold a live stock show or Meade and adjoining counties at Ekron Saturday Sept 22 1006 Premiums will be awarded for the best stock entered in the various show rings Saddle and driving contests will be given in the forenoon and in the after Cfpublic sale of horses an mules will be held in connection with the show Also cattle sheep and adverninterfest to farmers and stock raisers of of SMother Earths Call Force ourselves how we will to lead strained unnatural life we can never get entirely used to It It Is never satisfactory There Is a yearn of naturaltWo want to feel Mother Earth to breathe the fresh air to drink In the Deauties of flower of field of moun tale and of sunset which never tire of kT I IA Positive CATARRHV Yn Elys Cream Balm iIs quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brane It cures Ca ttarrh and driven away a Cold in the FEVERstoresTaste and Smell Full size GO cts at Drug mailElyHARDINSBURQ Miss Emma Lou Moorman of Glen deane was a visitor at the Ford Hotel Friday Claude Mercer spent several days ot last week in Louisville Dnnie Miller has sold his farm lying on the Stepbensoort road about two imiles from town to his brother Mike Miller Jas St Clair was over at Eveleigh last week inspecting the proposed site ifor a bridge across Rough river T J Hook was in Fordsville on business trip last week Miss Linnle Haswell left Friday for CaruthersvIHe Mo Lee Bishop has finished the impro vement at toe court hones The build ing presents a much better appear once Miss Francis Smith left Friday for jElizaoethtown Miss Mattie Reid Routt was the guest ot Mrs Blanche Read Saturday and Sunday A number of people from here will attend the Bryan reception at Louis ville tomorrow Mrs V G Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Tula Daniels Thursday Hardisourg sent down a goodly number to Cloverport Saturday to at tend the show Atty V f Bubbage ot Cloverport was in town Friday tj biag home near Falls of Rough tbo0 he will attend the Methodist con ference IIAlonzo Bennett of Bewleyvillo was in town Saturday on a business trip Mr and Mrs Paul Compton ar 1 the guests of relatives at Gaifield Ernest Haswell left Monday tot O where ne will enter tthe Cincinnati School of Art in Ede Park 1 C Lucas of Constantine was in Itown Monday on a business trip Walter A Wood of Chicago is voicing his uncle J W Guthrie Walter Moorman and Ernest Robertson of Glendeane spent Sunday here visiting friends Amos Boara spent Sunday in Louis ville II C Murray and T J Moore were iin Cloverport Saturday Sixtyeight students have matricn 1 at Kings wood College and many more ate expected to enter before the end of the month This is a remarkable showing for the beginning of thirst e year of the institution and puts it upon a permanent basis at once The energy and ability displayed by Rev Mr Hughes are worthy of he highest commendations and the college should receive the hearty pup port ot all the citizens of the county Ine HcnR C Crensbaw of Frankfort was in the city Monday in the in ferret of his candidacy before the Democratic primary for the office of Comimsssioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics He is at present the i assistant Mr Crenshaw was form erlv a state senator and creltably rep resented his district He is deserving man and the Democrats would do well to nominate him His home was originally at Hopmns vine James Dean has sold his house to T Bowman and will probably moveC to Henderson Ben Anderson has sold his residence to Chapman Moorman and will move his family to Tell City Ind MrII Anderson has lived here several years and our citizens dislike to see him i move 8waytt E L Davenport of Mnhlenberg I ounty President of the State Tobacco Growers Association spoke here Satur day afternoon to about 150 farmers He made an unusual interesting I speech and was heartily congratulated when he bad finished He was the guest Granville S Wilson president the American Society of Equity in this county The Teachers Institute will convene here Monday Oct 1st next a Mrs Lee Bishop is in Louisville purchasing her fall aud winter stock millinery Hetson Whltworth Co is the name of the new firm composed of Chas M Heston Jesse Wbltworth end Paul Compton formed for the purpose handling coal bay oats and corn hey have sleeted near the depot a EW m mDR TAYLOR 1 RepresentingI Ii DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO X- jfi Will be In V W JmonthJ J I ft t Will be In Hardlnaburg on the 1 W 19th 20th and 2 1st of each ft ft month Dr KIncheloes office J 1 = J J iI iiCreme f Delightful That Distinctly Dif CreamaI Manufactured Only By SEVERS DRUG C- OWants I Jjts + 8 AAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week FOIL SALEOno Sorghum 31111 and Evupo practicallynowL D ADD ISDN Addison Ky FOR SALE One Polled Durham hull calf picturePrlcoFun SALKTwo mare mules will IM 8 lIurdln1I0lt I FOIL SALETbreu splendid mllek lOws workhorsesFOiL SALKlurms AdkLsson Bros leRrae Cloverport IC- yWAX1IIIGontluml1n I or holy with tOO rtttornl 07200 per year and uxponses salary paid weekly andexpensus advanced Addnssvrlth stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky theeCollege llre k enrldgu News thebranchIresclearlJd1611cresIII rotenor r particulars write the Ilreckenrldite News Cloverport Ky lurnlllrWrltuI verport Ky lidJlrooderonlyIIIWIIIItolrtICkollrldloFait SALE20 shares HreckenrldKf Hank Address Ino n llabbuRe Clover port Ky vjANTEUiiy Cllcugo wholesale and mall order house assistant muniiKcr iininorlwoman for this county and adjoining tirrl I tory Salary 520 and expenses pull weekly expense money advanced Work pUusant position permanent No Investment or ex vulunblrWriteselfaddressed envelope Address OENEIl AL MANAUEIl 134 E Luke St ChlrlIlCoI FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OusollnoEnlClneslIIAltTlN Louisville Ky StreetI I LE ROY PLOWS j TheydrawstonyTileyLeRoyl for solo by COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Fredcrlca Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 2100 per day large building for oats and corn and capacious coal shed and are now building a bay bin 80x30 feet They will keep all those products on hand in large quantities and it will be a great convenience for the buying publio John T Hoben wno tor several rears has been in the employof B F 1with1 mercantile business on his own ac I ennui About Oct 1 next be will open a general store in tl e store Jn Court Place opposite the Ahl Hotel Mr Hoben is well Known and ho is competent business man aril ho will J command a good patronage 1 iSCHooiNODAYS I ARE ON V Let your Girls ami Boys come bb- to us for the biggest and best line of School Shoes we ever had to offer We have a well known brand youll be sure to want I I ICHILDREN COME TO US FOR YOUR FOOTWEAR J C Nolte Bro Q c Cloverport Ky IF ITS- ENGRAVED a CARDS You Want Then You Want Us THE WORK IS DONE IN BUFFALO Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co Cloverport Ky II1IjE4I1y1 Jh1 Cadick Milling Coe lV No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your order today Your Mouse Barn or Stable may need repairs =REMEMBER US Seaton Weatherholt L Cloverpurt Ky J r in Take YWnine Tablets Seven Mlllton lone soW la put 12 months TlSs Signature You Will Do bakingferentertainingYou the result should be satisfactorya little better than the ordinaryLet i help you by urging you to try a sack of CADICKSGOLD FLOURIts the Flour that pleases the Flour goodliversMAKERS Grandview Ind A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you I per cent interest if you de givenltimeAre why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal OF- CLOVERPORT iiCloverporl Ky L r To Cure a Cold One Day Laxauve promo BANK i 1Ie1 on every bcx25c t i I t s f 7 I c 1 J- iW tJ 0 i fi tJ J i I Ii t hf r rJ Jtif 3 ir 1 rJ1 Jf 0 jl iJj7 I f JHf tI i t j1 v tAt i t i 1 J CI Ir 1 6 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 t t 11 tt- I ti tr t- t tHII A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES fatal Fray Follows Insult Offered to Woman at a Campmeetlng Louis vllle to Tender Bryan a Monster ReceptionOther Mention Lexington Ky Sept 3 Messages from Wilmer Jessamine county say that In a fight at Holiness cunipmeet Ing there Richard Spalding Insulted Miss Clara Cornman and was fatally tabbed by the girls broker Newton Cornman Frank Coyle who attempt ed to separate the combatants was also fatally stabbed by Cornman Dr Thomas Martin who also attempted to separt the fighting men had his clothing slashed by Cornman Corn man and Sherman Cornman a young er brother were arrested Feeling high against the Cornmans hiI Bryan In Kentucky Louisville Ky Sept iTbe com mittee having in charge the arrangement for the monster southern will come to be given William Jennings Bryan in this city Sept 12 announced the names of two of the principal speakers for the occasion Senator IL W Caroiack of Tennessee and Ed itor Henry Watterson of the Courier Journal have accepted invitations to speak Mr Watterson will preside at the meeting The committee has also invited a third speaker a distin guished southerner who is expected to Introduce Mr Bryan but the invi taUon has not yet reached him It now seems assured that the governors of nearly all the 13 southern states will attend the Louisville gathering Got the Wrong Men Albany Ky Sept 60ne dead aa other fatally wounded and two others seriously injured is the result of a shooting affray in Pickett county Tenn three miles from Byrdsville The dead George Morris The in jured John Buck fatally Orville Huddleston wounded In face and shoulder Virgil batty Injured in neck and face Luther Clark Roscoe Reagan and J M Gillintime are said to have done the shooting They have not been arrested The shooting it Is said was the result of a mlstako the men attacked being mistaken for other parties Tortured by Robbers Covlngton Ky Sept Gtrs Pearl Grimm was bound gagged and robbed CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Ifof if of J70 and as sho layTn n nearby va cant lot helpless saw her home burn according to tho story sho told the police after she revived She said that a man woman and a boy committed the deed and that tho woman wanted to leave her in tho burning house to die but that tho boy Interceded and saved her life The robbers made their escape Mrs Grants husband is In the Philippines on business and she was alone In the house Found Dead In Hotel Vlncennea Ind Sept 0 George W Bou of Belmont W Va was found dead In bed at a local hotel The coroner has not returned his verdict but It Is believed apoplexy was the cause of death The deceased man came here a month ago being Interested In oil operations and was formerly largely interested in the Illinois fields He was 4G years old Mr Boss father It Iis said resides In Parkersburg W Va and Is rated as a millionaire Desperate Suicide Louisville Ky Sept 7Harry D Pyne head of the Arm of Harry II Pyne A Co machine manufacturers committed suicide in a ghastly man ner at his home He fiat made an effort to end his life by shooting This failing he drew a razor across his throat and then tore the wound apart with his fingers Ills wife and others witnessed the tragedy Ill health due to kidney trouble and insomnia is ba lleved to have caused the deed Jetts Trial Postponed Gynthlana Ky Sept GTho trial of Curtiss Jett for the murder of James Cockrill town marshal of Jackson in July 1902 was continued until Dee 17 on a change of venue the trial was set for this city the Indictment having been found In Ureathltt county Owing to the Illness of an attorney who formerly represented Jett the court appointed M C Swinfor and W H Lall to de fend him Rheujmtisuj is not incurable Stubborn Yes But Ur Shoops Kbeu matlc Hemedy will if faithfully used drive it out nt the system Its the blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into the joints and musclea Dr Schoops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It drives Rheu matism troin the blood and then Rheu matism dies We recommend and sell it Severs Drnc Co CLOVERPORT WITH TilE LID OFF Poor CJoferport with the lid off is a daisy and has our sympathy As we attended the Masonic picnic we thought what a difference between a- dlY in HurdinsbnrK and a day in Cluveiport at the same kind of gather I Louisville= II III I I I IIIISEPTEMBER 16 ImIIIIIIIII I I Owensboro 110 I p J For Information Ask the AgentI iII r n n IngThe day at Hard jnsbarg Four thousand people presentnot a drunk en man to be seen The day at Cloveipoit Two thon sand piesent one man has an eye put out one has ten stitches taken In his back another stabbed in the stomach and the plain drunks too numerous o mention Cloverpoit next morning Sixteen n tno city sweat box add to this he number ot anxious wives and mothers who watched through the song heats of the night for the foot top that never cntne anti you have the complete story And yet some people will argue thnt more whisky is drnnk in a Dry town than in a Wet oue Moade County Messenger READ THIS HopKinsvllle Ky Tune 7th 1001 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 inbnaed it to ninny others who report ed themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases Sam Dean Grief Cause of Suicide Xashvllle Tenn Sept 0Miss Myrtle Hutchinson IS shot and killed herself at her home in North Nash yule Grief over separation from her dearest girl friend is the alleged cause Recently Miss Hutchlnsons intimate associate Miss Madeline Hide was married to Joseph Carter of Decatur Ill and since then it is said Miss Hutchinson has appeared inconsol able Wife of Senators Son Drowned Lexington Ky Sept 5While United States Senator James B Mo Creary was speaking at a labor cele bration hero a telegram was handed him that Mrs Jessie McCreary wifo of his only son drowned at Lake Side Michigan while bathing Senator Mc Creary concluded his address and left at once for Michigan Will Run For Congress Washington Sept 3 John W Langley disbursing and appointment clerk of the census office has resign ed his position to accept the Republi can nomination for congress in the Tenth Kentucky district Louis S Merrill now chief of the disbursing division has been selected as his successor A batn cleanses the skin and rids the pores of retnie A bath makes for bet ter fellowship anti citizenship Not only should the outside of the body DO cleansed hut occasionally use of lax I lithe or cathartic opens the bowels and clears the system ot effete matter Best for this are DeWitts Little Early Risers Pleasant little pills that do not gripe or sicken sold ball druggists THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prim steers J3 75C6 76 cows 2 704 75 heifers J2 6066 35 bulls 2 26CT4 CO stockers and feeders 2 60J4 35 Sheep and Lambs Sheep U 2505 75 lambs JG 0067 90 yearlings 5 40G 50 Calves J3 uO7 50 Hogs Choice to prmo heavy JG 001 G 20 medium to gO4 heavy 5 8505 J5 butcher weights 6 10 ti 6 20 good to choice heavy mixed J5 90 Qfl 05 pHPklng 5 405 SO pigs 5 CO 8 40 Wheat No 2 red 7047U4c Oats No 2 30tc Corn No 2 48 i49icEAST BUFFALO Crttle Good to choice export steers J5 25 ilG 25 shipping teem J4 75SB 2B butchers steers U 75 G5 00 heifers J3 2605 00 fat cows 2 2564 00 milkers and springers 30 08 UT50 00 Sheep and Lnmhs Good to oholce yearlings 16 0066 50 wethers JG 7500 co mixed 5 C06 65 ewes S5 25Q5 50 spring lambs 5 0008 76 Calves IJest JS 008 75 HogH Ileav les 0 466 50 mediums 6 SOfifi 55 Yorkers 6 55G GO pigs 6 40G 50 rough Jo 006 35 CLEVELAND Cattlo Prime dryfed cattle J5 35fr5 60 choice fat steers U i6I 16 25 lelfern J4 6fl4 50 flit cows JJ 2 tf3 50 burls 2 763 00 milkers and springers Iii 0042 00 Sheep and Lambs Spring lambs 6 60 f8 00 year llnss 5 50ift6 25 wethers 15 0006 60 mixed U 255 25 OWlS Jl 26 down Calves 7 75 down Hogs Medium heavy 6 25 Yorkers JC 36 pigs JC SIj G 36 stags 3 76114 25 roughs J5 00 1535 PITTSBURGCattle Choice 5 75 p 6 00 prime 15 B06 70 tidy butchers II uO5 00 heifers 3 004 40 fat cows bulls and stags 2 004 00 fresh rows JJ5 0050 00 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 5 75f5 80 good mixed 15 600 5 65 lambs 5 0008 25 Calves Veal 5 008 25 HogsHeavy hogs 3 4043 G 45 mediums and heavy Yorkers 6 65 06 fi71iJlight Yorkers 6 806 60 plglli 1C 456 5- 0CINCINNATIwhoato 2 red 73Q 73c Corn No 3 mixed 5060ic Oats 73C Corn No 3 mixed 50c OatsNo 2 mixed 32433c RyeNo2 6- 1Dl1con10 25 Ilogs5 0016 30 Cattle 2 0065 60 Sheep 2 764 76 Lambs Si 258 2- 5BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above 34c X Sl32c No 1 4041c No 2 3839c fine unwashed 526c delalned washed 3G37c de Lame unwashed 2829o Kentucky and Indiana combing blood 3335c NEW YORK Cattle Steers J4 85 S 76 oxen 14 90 bus 12 603 85 cows U 254 CO Sheep and Lambs Sheep 13 353 60 culls Jl 603 00 lambs Jo 60 9 00 culls 2 36 00 Calves Veal IS 008 fi- OTOLEOOWheat 72 4c corn BZtfc oats 32c rye 660 cloverseed S7 6211 When two strongmen comic to blowsII even it they are well matched it Is not a pleasing sight but if tbe man who gets tho worse of it will nse Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve he will look better and feel better in short order Be sure yon get DeWitts Good for everything a salve is used for includ rug plies Sold by all druggists THE YELLOW PERIL Ilovr Supremacy of the Chinese May Coma to 1umi Will the Chinese become earththe ruling imtlo1 of the George Borrow the English philologist traveler and author used to say that they would Nearly fifty years ngo when he was studying their language ho muintRinud that there was among theta the finest natural lighting sun tonal on the face of the earth He lInstanced in proof of his asser Hon their prowess In stouo throwing the most primitive form of marksman ship An ordinary Chinaman ho said could throw a stone weighing half a pound or more n distance of 120 yards with sure alum and deadly effect Ho described n stone fight between some English bluejackets rind au equal num her of Chinamen In which time former manyIBut it was not through their martial prowess that ho predicted the suprem acy of the Chinese lIe said It would come about In another way As west ern civilization became more luxurious and enervated and manual labor fell Into contempt the Chinese would grad ually supply all the workers iu civi lized countries minors farm laborers factory hands laundrymen cooks do oentuallybewould rise suddenly cut the throaty of their masters and become absolute rulers of tho destinies of the world Chicago News THE FRENCH MEAL Ki GrcutcHt Charm In the Cheerful Tnlile Talk After all excellent as are the dishes and the order and manner of their son leo the table taut Is perhaps the chief glory of tho French meal It is no unusual thing to hear our countrymen and countrywomen espe dally our countrywomen refer to eat ing as a necessary evil like the prescribed dose of noisome medicine as an altogether bothersome business to be disposed of as quickly as possible with au air that Is sour aggressive disgusted languid patronizing dream ful whining or discouraged according as it springs from dyspepsia puritan- Ism interrupted hustling anaemia affectation esoteric philosophy disap pointment In love or honest weariness with a hard and monotonous dally round Such a sentiment would scarcely be uttered In France where the attitude toward the table Is universally cordial and respectful amid It could not be taken seriously If It were Tho French writer who said The table is the sole place where one is never hoard luring the first hour voiced perfectly a national feeling Smart Set When the Enrth Win Top Shaped After people dropped the old fash ioned Idea that the earth was as Hat as a pancake they dill not immediately grasp the globe or spherical Idea as It is applied to worlds The people of the time of Columbus believed that the earth was a body shaped like n top or cone the surface rising from the north to ilia south There are several letters written by Columbus aud still In existence which go to prove that such was his conception of the shape of the earth The top shaped idea of the earth seems to have originated with ono John Blauvls about 1470 and to have Immediately become very popular The Pre Gnnff Desperate meats were sometimes re sorted to In order to get men for Brit ish warships A chronicler writes that In tho year 1733 a feet of ships being required immediately to bo manned the press gangs placed n live turkey on tho top of the monument which draw lug together a great number of Idle people they had the opportunity of se letting as many men as answered tho purpose of their Intended scheme Tho scene so enraged a citizen that he tired a shot at the bird which occa sioned it to fly away But the mis chief had been done An Odd Argument Here Is a knotty problem suggested by Sir Henry Jloscoe in his autobiogra phy Two men argued ns to whether oil or water were tho lighter Tho first man contended that tho oil must bo lighter as it floats upon water And then the unscientific man triumphed with the argument that oil must bo tho heavier because It keeps tho water down Libeled London When the most has been said against London smoke and London fog against tho dirt laden atmosphere and tho noise and worry of the metropolis it Is still true that there are healthy people In the capital London has not perhaps deserved all the hard things that have been said of ItLondon Country Gentleman Qualified BaronYou have called to secure the position of porter ApplicantYes sir Baron Was there not some one in the intercom as you came In Applicant rhero was sir There was a man with tL bill against you Herr Baron but I brew him outFlIegendo Blatter Its Purport What does that expert witness nlfence go to show inquired the man who was trying to understand the trialIt goes to show which side has paid him a retainer answered the lawyer Washington Star Spend as much time as you can with body and with spirit in Gods out of Soors Vandyke = n ONNNNON OONON ONONOOOONONONNNON The Bank of HardinsburgII B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUl CUMFTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORSMorris BeardDrAdministratorIntrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NON00000000000 44 000004OO e0000 I e e eM 41Ie sN H N Np fl CashierF8x1LLNAxl AsstCasliler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGEBANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every WilY and protected by tho very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business 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with liabilities of r 600000 i Steamer Homer Warren and her tow the barge William Crossthwalte collided on Lake Erie near Kellys Island O Both vessels were wrecked lt Crews rescued rCr Santa Fe passenger depot and rail road hotel at Needles Cal were de stroyed by fire F M Carter a con ductor and Priscilla Bastian a wait er were burned to death Several other persons were severely burned Lady Campbell Bannerman wife of the British premier Sir Henry Camp f hadfyears As the result of a quarrel over the Bcttlement of an estate at McCracken Kan Omar Young shot and killed Alexander Walker Jr and Grant Pet tyjohn and later killed himself An engagement between Insurgents and government troops is reported to have occurred near Artamlsa prov lace of Plnar del Rio near the Ha vana border The result Is not known An Imperial ultaso authorizes tho Russian minister of finance to Issue 25000000 in four per cent rentes to cover the expenses of the relief of tho districts affected by the failure of the cropsGovernor Sobrado of the province of Plnar del Rio Cuba who has been spending the summer In the United States has gone home and hopes to settlo matters with the Insurgents within a week While bathing in the Buckeye pond at Toledo 0 Roscoe Westcott 27 drowned In 12 feet of water Power house of the Kansas City and Leavenworth railway at Wolcltt Kan was destroyed by fire Loss i 150000 Since his return to Missouri from he Bryan reception at New York lovernor Folk has been confined to Ms bed with a fever Lawson Addison negro murdered v two young women at Lowryvllle S 0 A mob composed of members ot his own raco was organized and Is In pursuit of the murderer As the result of a dispute over the GansNelson fight Joseph Lynch 28 was kicked on the head and killed at Lockport N Y John Condery 40 Is under arrest charged with the murder Lieutenant Colonel James L S Petit Eighth infantyIs dead at Wash Ington Ho was in ill health a num ber of years He was appointed a cadet at West Point fromOhio In 1874 Sydney P Hostler of Chicago his two nieces and a nephew wero Injured in an automobile accident near Laporte Ind W B Taylor of Bozoman Mont and a soldier naml Charles Allen of Cincinnati were drowned near Livingston Mont Boat capsized A steamer Is expected at Valdez Alaska with four Japanese aboard supposed to have been arrested at St Georges Island for poaching- Dr Albert A Hurd for 55 years a professor In Knox college Galesburg HI is dead Dr Hurd was one of the best known educators in tho west Threo miles from Ahwahnee Cat two Yosemlto stages were held up by a lone bandit Tho passengers were lined up and compelled to give up their cash Homer D Call secretarytreasurer of the International Butchers union advised the striking butchers to stand The Signs of- Heart Trouble You can Surely Secure Heart Health and ShoopsRestorative Heart weakness which can bo dealt with at tremblesnerves are weak your heart flutters and paint tates Other alga aro shortness of breath after slight exercise fainting spells pain or tender ness about the heart caused by Irregular heart action choking sensa Alton as if the heart was in the throat uneaiy sensation In the chest showing that V the heart Isntworking right f pain when you lie on ono side usually the left aide but tie Aright quontl the painfu- lbreathing and difficult smotheredfeeling Thcro Is ab solucelyon If one way to treat a weak heart That It to brlngbaolt natural and permanent Oanyoulmagtnedone Dr Shoops V MV Reatoratlvo will bring back the H strongh to tho heart nerves always There is nothing In thatleadswellteDrI wholeinsideet the trouble as well1 as the result Sold by SEVERS DRUG CO oy their original domaud for a 9hour day without reduction of pay In all 452 persons lost their lives as the result of the San Francisco disaster of April 18 Eleven thousand coal miners of the Hhymncy valley Wales struck against the employment of nonunion menAt Baltimore 300 butchers wont on strike for a 9hour day and 11 a week They have boon working 10 hours a day Dr Otto Schmidt of Cologne suc ceeded In making cultures of the can cor bacillus in a certain mildew form Ing on plants Newt Graves a prominent resident of Brundrldgo Ga and his two grown sons John and Bnscomb were in itantly killed by lightning Hon L W Ellenwood one of the leading attorneys of southeastern Ohio died at his home In Marietta after a lingering Illness of Brights disease Submarine torpedo boat Cuttlefish built for the government at the yard of the Fore River Shipbuilding com pany was successfully launched at Quincy Mass At Canton Miss Lee Kingston colored was hanged for murder hav ing been convicted of killing his wife When you have a cold it is well t b3 very careful about using anything that will canee constipation Be particn larly careful about preparations containing opiates Use Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and moves the the bowels Sold by all druggists THE RAISINGOF TELEPHONE POST For fifteen years tho Pacific States Telephone Company has supported its wires across the Clle halis River Washington on 90 foot poles on each bank One structure is on a bluff which rises 125 feet above thowater about a mile east of Aberdeen Last fall the necessity for supporting the wires at a sufficient Iheight to en able the largest ocean ships which freely go up and down the riyer to pass beneath without striking their masts led to the erection of a re markably tall pole This surpasses in height the former stick by thirtysix feet making the total height 126 feet Tile new pole is 18 inches in diameter at the butt and S inches at the top It was made from a fir tree which was cut on the bank of the river twelve miles cast of whore the pole now stands and it was towed down in the water by a tugboat and moun ted opposite where it is now placed As its weight is about C 000 pounds after it had been brought to the proper point on the shore by the tugboat its subsequent handling was no slight affair It was taken from the water and raised with a ten horsepower hoisting engine six men being re quired to handle it For making attachments to the polo and mov ing it a fiveeight inch steel cable was employed to run through ten inch steel blocks The polo was set twelve feet in the groundand guyed with four onesixteenth inch steelstranded wires at the top and also guyed about forty feet from the top with four fivesix teenth inch stranded wires The guys are fastened to dead men set in the ground to a depth of eight feet These dead men are of cedar 8x8 inches in section and 7 feet long The steps on the new pole are fxlO inch galvanized steps of the usual typo Ample support for the wires is furnished by cross arms of tho ordinary stylo 4 4 inches in section and 10 feet long These are fastened with one five eighth inch machine bolt through the center of the polo one five eighth inch bolt through the double arms eight inches from the pole on either side and one five eighth inch double arm bolt on each end of the double arms The span between the poles on the opposite sides of tho river is 900 feet American Telephone Journal A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravolcnres diabetes semianal emissions wean and lame backs rhenmatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle two monthstreatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 teatImonlals I ICUNNING ANIMALS Those That Felon Dentil For tile Snlte of Protection The habit of feigning death for the sake of protection eau bo observed among ninny of the lower animals animals which differ widely In family genus and species Indeed this habit Is to bo observed In creatures micro scopic In size and of exceedingly low organization as well tis in those as high in the scaloof animal life as man himself for even man does not heel tate on occasions to avail himself of this natural subterfuge when he thinks it will aid In the preservation of his lifeWith the aid of the microscope one can observe and study the natural his tory of the minute animal world which otherwise would remain a closed and unread volume This Instrument has shown me beyond cavil that creatures as low In the scale as actinophryans very minute microscopic animalcules practice death feigning when surprised by an enemy from which they cannot otherwise escape Thus I have says a naturalist repeatedly seen actino phryans fold their delicate hairlike legs or cilia and sink to the bottom ofI their miniature lake a drop of water when approached by a water louse which preys upon them They remain to all appearances absolutely without life until the water louse swims awayI when they unfold their cilia and go back to their feeding groundsa bit of water weed or moss or decayed wood EIGHT DAY CLOCKS The Reason They Are Not Made to linn Just a Week The French have a fashion of ex pressing an Indefinite but short period of time by the phrase about eight days Under similar conditions we would say about a week The French method seems unnatural ours natural for n week Isa distinctly rec ognized period We believe there Is only one way In which we use the eight day period and that Is In making clocksIhave what is called an eight day clock and not ono made to run exactly seven days There Is a good reason for it A clock that Is made to run eight days Is pretty sure to be wound on n cer tain day of the week for It would be almost Impossible for any one to re member to wind it on every eighth day Therefore the Interval between wind Ings Is seven days precisely as the maker desired and expected The reason Is that a clock runs bet ter when it is not allowed to run down or even nearly so The same plan Is followed In making n watchlt will run for thirty hours but as nearly every man winds his watch at the same hour every day or night tho spring Is never fully exhausted Regularity In wind- Ing Is one of the best means of keeping a timepiece in order The Opal It was Sir Walter Scott who helped In Anne of Gelersteln to arouse the fears of the superstitious concerning the wearing of that very beautiful stone the opal and It was a Gorman dealer in gems who fostered that fear very successfully for other ends than those of romance He came to England yours ago we are told by a Jowolor to fill an order from one of time royal fam ilies In Germany n wedding order If I remember rightly Opals were then high lIe had printed the story that opals wero unlucky and spread the report diligently In a short time the price went down and be was enabled to fill his order and make n handsome profit Westminster Gazette A Cnnne of HKI POIIN AVrnth Perhaps the most striking Instance of what unnecessary ringing at tho doorbell can produce In the way of exasperation is to be seen In the word- Ing of a notice on n brass plate In a street leading out of a well known I west end square It Is on the door of the corner house and this Is how ItII runs This house Is Xo 01 A street and not No 13 square That house Is round the corner Do not ring here One can dimly imagine the state of nervous madness to which that householder was reduced before he sat down to compose that notice London Chronicle Jury AVnn Experienced Flatmnji I hear you were arrested the other day for Insulting and brow beating a janitor How did you come out OIl was tried for It and acquitted On the ground that It was Justifi ableNo the Jury couldnt be made to believe such n thing was possible Chicago Tribune Something Wrong Hotel Proprietor to his v eMaria you havent sent that man In No 12 his bill yet Maria Oh yes I have my dear Hotel Proprietor Thats odd I can still hear him singing hap pily London World The Wrong Color What I regard as most conspicuous about Gcorgio Gayson said Mrs Oldcastlo Is her naivete Yes replied her hostessOIl wonder what made her get a red oneMode- rn Society Fined Lfeelr Yes her husband robbed her of every penny she had Poor dear And all she married him for was because she was afraid of burglars There is precious Instruction to be gotten by finding we are wrong Carlyle ms I III I istheMeasure I III IIIWhethlr in a man or a racehorse vitality is Ithe measure of life The friend who is cold andapathetic is not a joy the salesman who is not enthusiastic is not a real salesman the I publication which has not abounding life vitalitydoes not sell roods The BitECKKNitimiK NEWS has health strengthand outh30 years young It has faith in lifean enthusiasm for it which is tWcontagious If your advertisement is sur Iroundedby the good cheer the soundsense Ithe healthy spirit of our publication it has a mighty good chance to succeed I I I III D DU m MIMAii lt Vi t at IrISchool Books School Supplies i Complete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can filled here from the primer I- IIIIbe Get your school supplies I I here tooII H Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co a LA1trWff tJflAAftAIt CHENAULT Mrs Abe Bennett retnrnea from Louisville Sunaay Miss Ada Cunningham who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place returned Sunday to her home in New York Mrs Nell Harp and sisterinlaw Mrs Wallace Bennett of Cannelton spent one day last week with Miss Brest C unningham Misses Estell Brnner of Louisville and Alene Frymire of Ekron are visiting Miss Katherine Frymire Miss Margaret Stallman and guest Miss Lena Tillman of Louisville spent Thursday with Miss Violet Bealey Quite a crowd trom here attended the dance at Beech Grove Saturday night Can you believe your seiisest 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 you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands whom it has cured It is applied dlr ectly to the effected airpassages and begins its healing work at once Why not get it today All druggists or mail ed by Ely Bros CO Warren Street New York on receipt of 60 cents L II 6 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport5OTAarrives at Louisville A M No 143 Dally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo verport42A1t1 stops at aU way stations arrives Loulsvlllo 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mull leaves Clo verport 448 p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaccommodation WEST BOUND Cloverportacommooatlonleaves rlllo 900 am oxpressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Macro Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 740 p m Evansvlllu 1030- p w Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louts fast train leaves Olo- verport1111 P M arrives Evansville 135 A- 51stLoulsll40A N stops at Uawosville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains Ufaand lid between Louisville and St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No S dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430 n rriVes Irvlngton 840 am Train No4 Daily except Sunday loaves Fordsville 3 20 pm arrives Irvington 530 p ui Train No 8 Sunday only Fordwlllo930a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday loaves Irvlngton 650a m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton 950 p m arrives Fordsville 92So m J PROFESSIONAL CARDS Y G BABBAOC Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAM Leltchfield Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Ilurdinsburg especially solioited Mri Wortlmm will be in attend unco at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSnURO KY theCourtscollectlnrroadCourts0caoves Stylish ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert toilets employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May b Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET CO1- NCOUPOHATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville t17S Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 7S Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th it Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nsrwi ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catanfc of the stomach are all due to IndlfulUa Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlto v cry represents the natural Juices of dlge tlon as they exist In a healthy atemaok combined with the greatest known Iori1 and reconstructive properties Kodol Djr pepsla Cure does not only cure IndlgestUi and dyspepsia but this famous rems curltl all stomach troubles by cleanslBfl purifying sweetening and strengthcnlBJf the mucous membranes lining the stomas Mr S S Ball of RiTontwood W Vs uysr + I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty yser Kodol cured me and we ere now using It la for babyKodol Digests What You EtBottles only S100 Sue holdlnt 2K tllllll the MIl site which salts for SO cents PfIMUd by L 0 DWITT 4 OO OHIOAMk Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL R Re 38 Louisville to California Sept 15 to October 31 1906 Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trIp LOUISIANratesAUKANSAS INDIAN TEURrTOBY OK LAUOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays ot each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers trom Louisville to California Art rona und Texas J Full PnrtlouUrs had of Home Agents or by addressing v F W HARLOW D P A LSuisvUlt W I I f f t r t l i i rj V i J I ji tt- f 1 J f 5 j 1 Tf r I = iw iHE flRRIOO N ws LoVERPoRT KY ISePTEMBER 12 1906 o- I 14 4C ft t f f rrt t ttt t j t t t I II J t Ir i j t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY UEPTEMBEK 12 1000 = STEPHENSPORT Quito a largo crowd from this place attended services at Holts Chapel Sunday Miss Grace Payne of Irvington is the guesc of Miss Esther Payne this week An ice cream supper will be given at tho Christian church Sat urday night tho 15th for the ben efit of a now roof which is very muchneeded Everybody come and lend a helping hand Several from here went to Tar Springs Sunday Mrs Rosa Bennett of New Harmony Ind is the guest off Mrs Sallie Bennett S lIt McCoy of Louisville was in town Sunday Miss Lizzie Barbee and Charles Wagner were married Wednesday evening Sept 5 at the home of the bride on Green Hill by Rev J T Lewis W C Blain left for Kansas on the 6th inst Mrs Eliza Blain loft the 7th for Martinsvilje for a two weeks stay Miss Eula Honsloy of Hardins burg is the guest of her aunt Mrs K S SkillmanII Leonard Barkley of Spring field Ills is the guest of his fatherMrs Chas Ilammon and son of Terra Haute mdare the guests of her sister Mrs P D Hawkins The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the schoolI bell rings at morning and at noon again with tone of thousands the hardest kind of work baa begun the renewal of which is H mental and pby sical strata to all except the moat I3ruggedago had roaee in her choeks and theI little boy whOtd lips were then so red yon would have insisted that they had been kised by strawberries have already lost something of the appear ance of health Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious tron ble and we Know of no other so high ly to be recommended as Hoods Sarsaparilla which Htrengthend the nervesBperfects digestion and assimilation and aids metal development by build lag up tho whole syste- mBEWLEYVILLE L Mil Bevie Cain and brother JEer bert left last Monday for stGreea17thisffir R J Ctiiu was in Louisville last Tuesday Mrs John Inkee and daughter of IniN toll were visitors III town Friday Miss Mary Payne spent last wtk FawithWebster loJnulusthe fair at EliinlMtbtowit llast week Atonzo Bennett in DSaturdayJliis Iaiiuf Hanlaway left Tuesday a for Rn sellrill wheru she will enter the I opau Femalit College by J U Morton Louiiville spent Sun day at Z T Stiths the guest of hif mother Mrs Klma Morton Miss Mary Richnnlson has returned to her home At Vine Grove after several wteks visit at C II lUll nfonIs H P IlHidawav spent Saturday and Sunday in Vine GroveTsWSuntlayBrandenburg The teachers and pupils of the I ForCoughs so and Colds Info fow w There is a remedy over sixtystslsl years old Ayers Cherryth Pectoral Of course you have heard of it probably have used it Once in the family it stayss the one household remedy for Incoughschest Ask your doctor about it p The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yea- nAMa4e t by J C Ayer Co Lowell MsIlcAlso manufiotureri or SARSAPARILLA a PILLS HAIR VIGOR We hIve no itoriUI We pnbllib the formula of all our medtatnue Ayers Pills Incroaso the activity of tho liver and thus aid recovery COULD NOT REST NIGHT OR DAY With Irritating Skin HumorWhole5 Body AffectedScalp Itched AllI the Time and Hair Began to Fallj OutWonderful Result From I APPLICATION OF- CUTICURA REMEDIES UI am never without Cuticura SoapI and Cuticura Ointment since I triedhthorn last summer About the part of July my whole body began to itch I did not take much notice of it at first but it began to get worse all the time and then I began to get uneasy and tried all kinds of baths and other kremediesskin humors but I became worse all the time My hair began to fall out and my scalp itched all the time Espc wouldIget in bed and get warm my whole body would begin to itch and my finger nailsI would keep it irritated and it was not long before I could not rest night or day A friend asked me to try the Cuticura Remedies and I did and the first application helped me wonderfully For I about four weeks I would take a hot bath every night and then apply the Cuticura Ointment to my whole body and I kept getting better and by the time I used four boxes of Cuticura I waslentirely cured and m hair stopped falling out but I continue to use tho Cuticura on my scalp It keeps all dan druff out and scalp is always clean I always use Cuticura Ointment on my face after shaving and have foundI nothing to equal it I will never to without it DE Biankenshipp SthOct 27 1905 Indianapolis Ind RUOMMUDD IO itt Morums I have used Cuticura Ointment for chafing of infants and as they grew older all skin diseases were given treat SoapI tor as these Remedies are a sure cure if used as directed I am glad to recom mend them to all mothers Sincerely yours Mrs F A KennardsJune 21 1905 St Paul Park Minn throulhoutCtOfllUltd frte Uo r to Cut lor thc SkaIpublic school will give ani ice cream supper on Saturday eveningA September 15 1006 the proceeds C used for the benefit of the schoolII library Every one is invited to be present I C H Drury will have his annual cold 1 an mule show here on Saturday Sept 15 at 230 p m C4 1 I AIr thsThe Kind YojHwaAlwajsBoDjM Bignitart lIItIJIIf Blue Grass Fair Lexington Ky On account of the Blue Grass Fair etexlnptouwill sell excursion tickets from all of its ations in Kentucky on September 111 to 33nd inclusive at rates of one st class fare plus 25c Minimum 50c or the round trip with return lint September 33rd- Unusually fine exhibits and interes ting races have been arranged for Everyoue should attend the Blue Grass Iinir For complete information call on your cal ticket agent d ai If all dyspepsia sufferers Knew whatII- r Iabchoops Restorative would do for em Dyspepsia would practically budisease of the past Dr Shoops 75 ReetorHtive reaches stomach troubles its direct tonic action upon the jj insiue oerves the true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belching etc Cull for the Restorative We recom mend ana sell Dr bhoops Restorative Severe Drug to TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY LAXATIVE JJKOMO Quinine Tablets ugtrlsb refund motoy It It fulls to euro E GHOVEs trlruaturo is on cue hboxic to A MAGIC MIRROR to Experiment AVItli the Moon RndnSlurs tinil II Huntl Gluss A pretty experiment can be made with a hand mirror any night vlrorS there is a full moon Hold tho mirror that the moons Image will be seenI it and you will be surprised to seo ur moons Instead of one One moor Sillone dull Imago on the side of tIre bright moon and tire other two on the other de Turn tire mirror round slowly ill holding Its face to the moon andL e reflectlous will scorn to revolve round a common centerAYou can make the same experiment with one of tire very bright starstl uch as Sirius Venus or Jupiter but with these there will be three Images stead of four as the number seen do cendsThe explanation Is quite simple Theroi are two surfaces in a mirror one in front and the other where tire quick sliver is The brightest reflection os from tho itself the others IreI ages reflected from the front to the back of the mirror and thence to tho eye Tire magic mirror never falls to a good deal of wonder and Is an Interesting experiment as don Chronicle wellLouII I FAMILY REUNIUN Mr and Mrs John Lyons of Tobinsport Ind had the pleasure llast week of having all thier chil dren at home ana a happy reun- ioni was enjoyed They have six children all ofwhom wore present They were Mrs Nola Leaf Thos J Lyons Mrs Clara Tate all of Derby Ind Misses Nellie and Minnie Lyons and James T Lyons of Coffcoville Kans Mr James T Lyons of Coffee ville Kans who has been visiting is parents Mr and Mrs John Lyons Tobinsport returned home Tuesday after an enjoyable visit nda happy reunion with all his- indred Carlotin Tomlmtone Two curiously Inscribed stones by tthe wayside have been noted by cor respondents of the Manchester Guard Ilan One Is about n mile from the village J l of Hope in Flintshlre and reads Here my God did spare my life For the tenement was the strife 1777 One would think that the Incident the stone commemorates must be well known In the neighborhood but the correspondent was not successful In find- Ing l any one who could tell the story The other stone Is by the side of a llonely road In tire neighborhood of Jenkln chapel and bears the following IInscription Here John Turner was cast away In a heavy snowstorm In tire night on or about the year 1735 The rint of a womans shoe was found by is side In the snow were sic he lay dead Oldest Ale Home In England The oldest licensed village ale house jhi England Is claimed to bo the George jInn In North St Philip The license dates from 1307 Each story of the picturesque old structure overhangs bybaysteps leading to a doorway In thet wall At the back are more quaint doors and windows and a turret built gainst the wall Incloses an outside italr while in the yard still remains part of the old gallery found In sonny hostelries of the middle ages curious chimney surmounts each IrableLondon Answers Kentucky State Fair Louisville Ky For the above occasion the Southern Railway will sell tickets from all of its stations in Kentucky to Louisville on September l10th to 23nrl inclusive with turn limit September 24th at rate of one fare plus 23c for the round trip bMiniumA large number of interesting attractions have been arranged for including Liberattis Band trotting and running races interesting agricultural display c Everyone should avail themselves of these low rates to visit the above fair For complete information call on your local agentteAll the good qualities ot Elys Cream BRIm aolid are found in Liquid Cream balm w hicb is intended for use atomizers That it is an unfailing cure of Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everIncreasing mass ot teetlmonv It oss not dry out nor rasp the tender strpassagesnd goes ntraight to the roU of the disease Obstinate old eases have been ured in H tew weeks All druggists c including spraying tube or rnaled by Ely Bros CO Warren Street l thewfohenderson State FairSept 14 to 22 inclusive 2 CO from Cloverport to Louisville and return Sept 14 and 10 Good to j return Sept 24- Homeseekers Excursions toall pointss which bomeseekers rates applydOne way Second class settlors rates j the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each onth One way Colonist rats to California nd Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and v ep 16 to Oct 31 1000 Pikes PeRk Centennial Celebration Colorado Sprinos Colo Sept 2291900 Clovorpoit to Denver Colorado prings and Pueblo and return 3140 Sale of tickets Sept 19 to 21 incln sxve good to return Oct 15 Very Its low rates to North Michiga n points September good returning Sept 30 National Baptist Convention Lo- sngeiesCalSept12 to 19G5CO round It rip from CloverportbState Convention Christian church Loulsvillle Sept 2427For this oc asion rate of fSCO for round trip fromaCloverport wilt no made on Sept 23 to 27 iinclusive good returning Sept 29 1 M U PISOS CURE FORI CURESWHEREALLELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good HHiMiBHIcnlCONSUMPTION WOMEN SUFFER NEEDLESS MISERY MISS MARY MAYGER MRS LIZZIE SHtRPE Qo CrWMRS JAMES COLLOHER QlI r + SSS tSliSptSIS sSsssstt sip I There are hundreds of thousands of women in America suffering from Pelvic Diseases endangering their lives by neglecting treatment If they 1 experienceinItf view of the groat multitude of women suffering from some form of female disease and yet unable to find any cure Dr Hartman the renowned gynecologlsthas announced his willing ness to direct the treatment of as many cases as may make application to him during the summer months without charge Miss Mary Mayger 200 Delhi street Philadelphia Pa writes Before taking your medicine I was completely run down Headache and Backache My back and head ached all the time and I was so nervous that it was impossible for me to attempt any work After using two bottles of Peruna there was a wonderful change and I am now a well woman GratitudeI express my gratitude suf ficiently and I am recommending It to nil my friends Dr Hartmans t eatment will be conducted by correspondence The medicines j rescrlbed can be ob tained at all drug stores Complete Treatn ent Tire Doctor wll prescribe all modl cmos rppllcatlong hygienic and dIet- ary regulations necessary to effect complete relief furthermore II rroapordenco wEll e held strictly co entUI IIU Tender TVny Shall I sing Because I Love You naked Mrs Dnrloy as sire seated her self nt the piano No replied Mr Darley who Is a brute if you love me dont sing- S A Mild Epithet In Sweden they call a plumber 11ra- tnsledlngsentreprenor in this count we have heard plumbers called worse names than that Toledo Blade Starting to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of at Clair t3t Columbus 0 was literally arving to death She writes My htomaoh was so weak from nselfss drugs that 1 could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was triven up to die was induced to try Electric Bitters with e wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete cure llowed Best health Tonic on earth GOc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Druggists ColdncM of Ice It seems strango to think that some Ice Is colder than other Ice The term ice cold always seems to signify a- efinite temperature All water under conditions freezes at a certain efinIte temperature Lint when tho thermometer falls below that It continues to affect the Ice ranking It hard er and coldor The test has been made by placing n piece of Ice from the north and a 1piece of ice formed in tho lclnJt of New York near a stove together Tho former took much longer to tacit than the latter New York Trlbuuo HAS STOOD THBTEST 23 YEARS ChillTonicIron and quinine In a tasteless form No re no pay SOc Deceived JerroldI cant get any speed out of that motor car you sold me You told me you had been arrested six times in Holmrt So I was old chap For structlrrg the highway London Star Aoten nUll lrCCerlt Tenor slnglnglOb nppy appy ppy be thy dreams Professor Btopl stop Why dont you sound tho hr TenorIt dont go no higher than gChrlstlnn Register Entire System Affected Mrs James Qolloher Norwood On tario Can writes- I was suffering from systemic ca tarrh for about two years uIn damp weather I was unable to do my work as my back and sides would ache and I thought if I did not soon find a cure I could not live long hI saw where Peruna had cured hun dreds who had suffered as I was suffer ing I decided to try It After taking the first bottle I felt a big change Completely Cured 1 have taken five bottles and 1 am completely cured- I thank Dr Hartman for his kind advice to me goodduringAny woman can become a regular patient by sending a written statement of her age condition of life symptoms of her derangements and previous treatmentDr Advice FriendshiptreetSome time ago I wrote you asking advice in regard to my health describ ing my symptoms Following your advice and taking your modiclna for only five weeks I am thankful to say I am a well woman Dangerous Mrs nornbeak In the midst of her rei T 1 Mercy sakes alive Here Is an Item about a surgeon over at Big Servllle reuiovln an epithclloma from a mans lip Farmer Ilornbeak Well I shud judge It was about time for people to quit using such long words when It requires a doctor to git em out Puck To Cure a Felon says Sara Kendall of Pbillpabnrg Kan just cover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Solve will do the rest Quickest cure tor Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rbenm Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at Severs Drug store Guaranteed I S S I S S U I had suffered for a number of years with constipation indigestion and fa male troubles of the worst form I was unable to do my housework without helpSatisfactory Results After taking Poruna I have expo ienced the most satisfactory results I am like a new woman- I do all my own housework for lenarooms thanks to Peruna Recommends Peruna UI want to recommend Pornna to aU who are similarly afflicted The principal remedy which Dr Hartman relies upon In oaring catarrhal diseases of women is JTcruna Hundreds of women sufferers find Peruna a household remedy Many of these women have written letters of thanks for the benefit thoy have obtained Dr Hartman Experience- As is well known Dr Hartmanis the President of the Hartman Sanitarium an institution which has a department devoted to tho treatment of female dU easesHe Is thus brought to see a great many of such cases every year the most of whom return to their homes to complete their treatment by correspond once Those wishing to become patients by correspondence should address Dr S L Hartman President of the Hartmaa Sanitarium Columbu Ohio In Place of Tobacco Coltsfoot or the leaves of lettuce being slightly narcotic would form a harmless make believe for the good folk who persuade themselves that they could not sleep a wink were they Jeprlved of their evening comfort Ages ago both Greeks and Romans ac Plinyfounllreed or pipe the dried leaves of colts- foot which relieved them of old toughs and difficult breathing And is to lettuce it has been famous since the time of Gelen Claudius Galenus who asserts that ho found relief from ileeplessness by taking It at nisht A GUARANTEED CURe FOR PILES PiIoDruggists toilDays J mfJ W4 j ti 7rC jJ J XIi1I1 I SINfip THQFCHT- WAMONlBlMNfflMIAlir i I J I It We are one of the largest users q I 4 of Rock Oak 4 Sole Leather I in the World rThe other Imttcriuls used IijWE MAXMORE in DiamondOLDSTYLEOAFINE SHOE THAN p Brand Shoes are TANNED SOLE jl nt ANY OTHER HOUSE rio LEATHER MAKESs SU r VfSTjus p IN TIiE 5OiAMOND GRAND ii J4 WEARRI I c g r t- 1MINT LOUIS ig I2 I Toniclus I HafIUUIosbottI I ZOoXIos4 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