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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r TT ITT HITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER m 1906 8 Pates NO 10 I I IIh If h f i Jd I I i K KJ J Ii t 1 I i JJ II- ii A MEMBER OF BOARD OF CONTROL Of Kentucky State Fair Is Mr W k Moorman Jr of Glendeane This County Mr W R Moorman Jr of Glen deane this county and a member of the Board of Control of the Kentucky State Fair has been made superintend ent of the beef cattle display at the fair this week The fair management was indeed for tunate in securing the services of Mr Moorman for no better man than he could have been found for this special purpose A raiser of fine blooded cattle himself he is in a position to mace this part cf the exhibits interesting and suc cessful The cattle exhibit will be one of the main features of the fair and the honor that has been conferred upon Mr Moorman is one that he should be proud of Mr Nathanial Ah1of Moweaka Ills is on a visit to his son Aleck Ahl of Tobinaport Mr Ahl was formerly citizen of the Skillman vicinity He in manyfriendsmore He has been away from the county for about ten years J- Our is tak the this season In fit no I are I are the Let us fit you up in NARROW ESCAPE IN RUNAWAY Painful and Experience- of Miss Ola Fallon aud tier Two horses attached to a surrey in were four oocupants took fright on the river road near the residence of Mr John Gregory Sunday afternoon and ran away The occupants were Mr Charlie Fallon Miss Ola Fallon and her two visitors bliss Gertie of Louisville and MIES Cora of New Albany All of them WAre either thrown from the ve bide 01 jumped and were more or less injured though none very rieriously When the animals began to run Mr who was driving them saw that they were beyond his and attempted to climb out to reach the bits when he was thrown to the ground With the dashing madly np the street and no driver in charge the yonng ladies became badly and sought to save from the peril they were in by jnmolng to the ground Miss Gibson was on her face both wheels cf the stnrey passing over her back bruising her quite badly Miss Strother suffered a sprained ankle and other bruises in jumping MIss Fallon injuries to ber forbead and elbow though not serious The all out the horses continued their flight up the street until they came to the livery stable where they were stopped The yonng ladies had recovered from their injuries for the two visitors to return to their home the next day James and Samuel Rice of Decatur 111 were here last week visiting their uncle Mr John whom they had not seen in 34 years They formerly lived at and moved to Decatnr in 1872 i a a Elections were held in Hardin and Tregg on last to de termine whether or not of the the wonIn Hardin by a of 551 and in Trigg by 64 In both counties the was a fought ono between the and toe whisky and the are over victories The Fi11 Season Is Here So Are Our Fall GoodsThe men old men middleaged boys of Cloverport and county invited to store to inspect the Fall in Clothing Shoes and Our Fall stock and is for you Come in and acquaint yourselves with this seasons FITRITE CLOTHES special braivjof Fitrite cktfhes leade- verywhere style and finish tailor made them They the model for this seasons wear Fitrite worn by best dressers every where style Dont Attend Exciting TwoYjsitou Sunday which Strotder Gibson frightened Fallon control hordes frightened themselves thown received occupants sufficiently Corley Patesvillle young ready LADIES COATS We are carrying full and complete line of Ladies Coats for this They were carefully selected with view to giving the ladies of Cloverport and vicinity the same advantage of those living in large cities A handsomer line could not have been selected Call and see c- oatsSanitary Fleece- Underwear 43c a Garment HARDIN AND TRIGG COUNTIES GO DRY counties Saturday they shall have saloonsIn counties local option advocates majority votes question hard temperance people element former jubilant their men and Breckenridge are our styles Furnishings has arrived styles ing clothes excel clothes season in these SHOESWe HamiltonBrown brand of shoes This shoe is the most popular shoe sold It is durable and holds its shape and gives comfort to any foot Wear a pair and you will have no other brand on your foot Mens and Boys- Furnishings Our line of Hens and Boys Furnishings always excels and for the Fall and Winter season it is even better than usual See our line of shirts neckties and collars J I The Fjjgi store Shapinsky Bros Cloverport Ky r MitI fII 11Cif IBIMmR1 tmm 1II TheaCNTIIAIRn r First Week in October 2 3 4 5 6 II I Most of the Stock of the State Fair at Louisville and Lexington will be there and many others4 tl The Toadies of the 4th Ave Presbyterian Church will serve dinner and lunches on the ground No ga plusV25 cents for the Round Trip Good returning Monday after the Fair i r r The Rings andjRacing will be under the personal charge of PRES TANDY HARL V Write the Secretary H Q GANS for Premium List and Program T i 1 1 3 fl- ti v 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM SEPTEMBER 19 1906 ti1 t l t r CI f i 1 1 Id i tl 1 1 i I 1 0- i t J ft I I fif r J 1 f II I i J f- i r I I I j j i j to f I 1 FARMERSII INSTITUTE To Be field In Hardinsbur Next Monday and Tuesday September 2425- A Farmers Institute will be held In Hardnisbury next Monday and Tue day September 24 and 23 Under a provision of the last legislature tbs schedules fur the holding of tarl0lUI institutes in the state and the places havrt been anuonoed by coinmissioii flAgriculttae Hubert Vieelund Tbe abov date was named tor Ureckeuridj r nmv and following are tbe dntASof the institute to b s held In adjotnu c unties tulipI Hartford Thursday and Frida ftoveitiber 8080 Butler Mnrgantown Monday ftud Tutjsday December 84 UrnysoD bttitcufleld Thursday nnd Friday December 07 laude Drandeubuig Friday aud Saturday September 21 22 Hancock Hawesville WednesdBY and Thursday September 20 ST Among thw well knowu lecturers 011 agriculture who will assist Mr Vie land are P G Holdan of low Alva Ague Joseph E Wing and J 1 Jlclutyre of Ohio Moses F Johnson ot Jefferson county C M Hanna of SL Iby ooituty J B Walker ot Christian county Lowell Roundebua of Ohio J P Davis ot Indian ant K C Crenshaw of the State Depnrnient all of whom the administration of Mr Vieeland nuve assisted In institute work and were known to the farmers of Kentucky Under tbo provisions of the nsw iiRronltmal statute each of the county institutes held will elect one or more delegatet to a State industrial institu to be beld at Frankfort or some otber convenient place between the first day of January and tbe first day of larob next year At this State meeting ench ooanty shall nave cue vote and at this meeting there will be elected two members trove Appe late districts of the State Board of Agriculture Fur Mtrr and Immigration tor a period of four years to fill vacancies occurii by the expiration of tbe terms of tO of the members appointed by the Uov arnor immediately alter toe adoptit ot the Ilegislative act The State bus been divided into Cour districts and institutes will be hjlcJ simultaneously In addition to the regular schedu special institute meetings have hlttJ arranged by tbe Commissioner Ont of these will be held at Paducab IItJ October and unotber at Lexington tht latter part ot the month in conjun tion with the meeting or tilt Kentucky State Grange Still auotbi will be held at Muysrllle during tl annual Tobuoco Fair of Nortneastei Kentucky and in the counties CI Jefferson Henry Franklin and Shell on dates not yet arranged Piles positively cnrfxl with Dr yoljoopa Magic Ointment Its wAd tor piles alone and it does the work to tterieotlOB Itching painful pro trading or blind plies disappears likE magic Sold by Severs Ding Co Blue irass Fair Lexington Ky Do account of the Blue Grass Fai Lexinf ton Ky the Southern Kailwa will tell exctirsioa tickets from till of it I stations in Kentucky on Septeinhe l7th to 92ml inclusive at rates of OtU Acct clan fare plus i3c Minimum 50c for the round trip with return jliuv September iKIn- lUnusually flue exhibits and intent ting races have been arranged fo r JJvorycne should attend the Blue Gras Fair for complete information call on you legal ticket agent Like a Letter From Home Fisher Ara Sept 17 Editor News Pleasx change papu from Braggadocio Mo to Fisher Arkansas I can not do without tht good old News for it is just like letter from home J l Ball Bad Blood Is responsible for most of the diseases and ailments of the human system It se riously affects every organ and function causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feelings and worse troubles Take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cures lend for Book on the Blood No3 C L Hood Co Lowell Mass HEARST NAMED For Governor by Independence Leagu Full Ticket Nominated New York Sopt 13W R Hearst was nominated for governor by tho State convention of the Indcpendenc League Also full stato ticket as follows Lieutenant governor Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler of Dutchess sec rotary of stato John S Whalon of Monroe state treasurer George A Fuller of Jefferson comptroller Dr 0 H W Auel of Erlo stato engineer anti surveyor F L Gettman of Tom king attorney general John Ford of New York Mr Chanler named for lieutenant governor Is a brother of former Congressman William Astor Chanler Ho Is a son of the late Con gresiman John Winthrop Chanler and a greatgrandson of the original John Jacob Astor Mr Whalon for seer tary of state is a national organize of the tobacco workers International unionMr Hearst was brought before the convention and his speech of nccep anoe WAS roundly applauded Defeat Municipal Ownership Seattle Wash Sept 14 Munlolpi ownership of street railways as rein sented In a proposal to bond the city for 427Z000 of which 1172000 was to be charged against the goner funds of the city and the balance Ito be an Indebtedness against 20 percent of the gross receipts of the system was defeated at a special eleo tlon here Out of a total of approx mately 13000 votes municipal owner ship lacked 935 of a majority Wor ingmen voted in large numbers Attacked by Pulajanes Manila Sept HA column of the Thirteenth Infantry under Captain Fassett was fired upon at La Paz iiIs- land of Leyte by Pulajanes on tho night of Sept 10 Corporal D H Pierce of company A and Private A E Vinegardner of company B were killed A battalion of the Thirteenth Infantry was camped at La Paz The Pulajanes tired and then ran pursu- Ing the same tactics used by the tIn surrectos Machine gun detachment are on route to Leyte u Bankers Indicted Chicago Sept ItThe grand jury returned indictments against the dl rectors of the Milwaukee Avenu State bank of which PaulO Stenslan was president The Indictment charge embezzlement and name va bus amounts ranging from 50 to 1000 The directors are M A In Buy Frank Crane Joseph Lister Rlof Johnson Marlus IClrkcy Additional Indictments were returned against Stensland and Henry W Hcring Steamer Overdue Boston Sept HXo word from from the steamer IJrewster of tho United Fruit company which is more than six days overdue from Port Antonio for this port was received by the officials of the company In this city Unless Incoming steamers of the line report sighting the missln ship It Is likely that the compan Im dispatch a vessel to search for herI Revolutionary Plot Nipped I San Salvador Sept 13A revolt tlonary plot against the govornmon of Salvador was discovered and thoI republic was declared in a state of siege This order must be revoke before Nov 30 when the presidontia election will take place Apparent presidential ambitions wore at tho bottom of the revolutionary plans Hits Panama Hats New York Sept 12 Another evi effect pf the South American earth quake was related by loan B Flores of Ecuador He brought the news Urn the great straw fields of the Malgla Celto district of Ecuador were de- stroyedI by the earthquakes and that as a result the future of the Panama hat industry Is threatened Insurance Agents Arrested I Chattanooga Tenun Sept 11 Seven local agents of the National Life and Accident Insurance company of Nashville Tenn were arrested 01 a charge of rebating premiums and discriminating between policyholders The offense by state law is punish able by a fine of 100 to 200 or im prlsonment 30 days or both Was a Spender Seattle Wash Sept 14Swlfi- Water Bill Gates the Alaska miner who gained fame as a spendthrift flied a bankruptcy petition In federal court Gates sets up his assets as 200 Ir cash wearing apparel worth 100 and a watch and chain Court Judgment amounting to nearly 200000 were glen as his liabilities j Confessed to Train Wrecking I Antlers I T Sept 1Den Jordan and Carl Brown 20 who were Indicted for murder by a grand Jury confessed that they derailed a St Louis and San Francisco fast passenger rain near Kozona I T July 29 when he fireman was killed and the engln eer badly hurt Rain of Sulphurous Liquid Buenos Ayres Sept HThe state olegraph department received a tele ram from Jachal province of San Juan stating that the night of Sept 11 here was a rain of sulphurous liquid tad that In consequence the Inhabitants were greatly alarmed Wreck In Canada Montreal Sept 13In tho wreck of he Canadian Pacific railway at Axil da in which an express train ran In bo a harvester train 11 persons were killed all Canadians Caused a Run Atchison Kan Sept 14A street rumor said to have boon started by a irunken man caused a run on the Ex bongo National bank la which fSI DOO was withdrawn Tennessee Tragedy Covington Tenn Sept 10As a result of a Quarrel between their respective wives to use water from a- rainwater barrel J II llughoy and Chalos Harper engaged in a gunand pistol duel near Tlpton and Harper was killed It Is said that both the women witnessed tho tragedy Hue oallIey attempted to escape but was turod and committed to Jail in defaultI of a 2000 bond Negro Shot Marshal Hopklnsville Ky Sopt 10Joh Dickinson marshal of Trenton was shot and fataly woundod by Godfre Hay colored whom he attempted t arrest for wife beating Ray escape after bloodhounds followed his trail six miles Hundreds of armed men aro seeking him and if ho Is capture lynching Is bellevod to he certain Hendrick a Candidate Louisville Ky Sept 10 Forme Congressman John K Hondrlck dc dared his candidacy for the nomination for attorney general anti will make a thorough canvass Hendrlc is one of the most powerful stump speakers In Kentucky Stoning to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she conld not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of hit Clair tit Columbus 0 was literati starving to death She writes My stomach was so weak from useless drat that 1 could not eat and my nerves so wreaked that I could not Bleep and not before I was Given up to die was I induced to try Electric Hitters with the wonderful result that improveuiei began at once and a complete cnre followed Best health Tonic on earth COe Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Druggists N Candidate For Congress Covington Ky Sept 11Wlillam F Scheurmann mayor of Cnrrollton was nominated by acclamation for congress by the Republicans of the Sixth Kentucky district Foster For Congress Knoxvllle Tonn Sept 12rlrDemocratic convention for the Second district of Tennessee nominated E L Foster of Coal Creek for congress I OH Companies Sue Indianapolis Ind Sept 11 The fight of tho independent oil companies of Indiana begun somo time ago through the Indiana state railroad commission against tho Standard 01 company assumed more substantia proportions when three Independent concerns filed petitions against 4X railroad corporations whose llnei trnverse Indlona Tho chief chargo IJ uujust discrimination No one would buy a sailboat wit stills that could not be reefed Ther is always that possibility ot ot a httl too much wind tnat makes a cuntiou man afraid to go unprovided Tbe thinking man afraid whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provide for his stomach by keeping a bottl of Kodol For Dyspepsia within reach Kodol diqesti what you eat and rest ored the stomach to the condition to properly perform Its functions Sol br all druggists Latest FPom Valparaiso Valparaiso Aug 20 Valparalsi experienced an earthquake of great severity Aug 1C and during the night 82 shocks were felt Most 01 the buildings of the city were ruined or damaged The loss will ho error mona probably reaching 250000000 and 2000 killed is considered to be ia fair estimate of the casualties Yin Del Mar thre miles from Valparaiso and having a population of over 10 000 Qulrihne 225 miles to the south ward with a population of 2500 Salto 15 miles to the northwest with a population of 6500 Qutllota 2l mile to the northwest with a popu In tlollof 10000 and villages U arounjvsre destroyed Most of tut dnmnttj was due to fire which utbrted immijtoly after th shoe t GET THE BEST i Recently EnlargedW- ITH 25000 New Words New Gazetteer of tho World with more than 25000 titles based on tho latest census return- sNewBiographical Dictionary containing tho nnmes of over 10000 noted persons date or birth death etc I Edited by W T nA1lIlISrhI LLD Uultodsuites Commissioner of Education 2380 Quarto Pages New Plates MOO Illutntloni Web Binding NeededlnEveryHomeAlso Ills Iges 1100 Illaitntlou Regular Edition 7xlOxSJj Inchon Sllndlngt Da Luxo Edition 6ilHili In Rrntdfrooi woe plate on 1U toper C beautiful lladlin FREE Dictionwrinlleslllutntedpamphlet G G C MERRIAM CO Publishers SprlasUeld Maaa BIG DEFICIT In Reserves Held by New York Bank Below Legal Limit Now York Sept 10The stnterae of clearing house banks Saturday showed a deficit In the legal jircsen required ot 0577920 This Is said to be tho largest deficit In the legal reserve required since 1893 when It was necessary to Issue bank cord cates The stock market practically Ignored the showing of a deficit below the legal reserve requirements Prices drooped momentarily when the statement first appeared and then rose vigorously on powerful support to a strong closing Speculative confident was professed that heavy engagi moats of gold for Import which wiII become available through the opera tlon of the order of tho secretary iof the treasury to facilitate the Import movement will be sufficient to replenish the loss In New York Est matos of gold already secured for this purpose vary from 10000000 to 15 000000 Negro Lynched Culloden Ga Sept nCharles Miller 20 a negro was arrested here charged with an attempted assault on the 12 yenr old daughter of a prom nont farmer living hero He was started to Forsyth In charge of an of leer When six miles from here he was overtaken by men who demand the prisoner The officer resisted but was overpowered The negro was taken away and In a short time about 100 shots were heard His body was found In an old well riddled with bu lots and his neck was broken by the fall Lafollettes Demand Madison Wis Sept 12 Senator Lafollette made known what his de mands will bo with regard to the platform at the convention In Madison Sept 25 Chief among the demands VJ11 be an unqualified Indorsement of LafctfMtes administration as goer ndr oP VlsconsIn and also of his record durU S the few months he has boon In the lQnlted States senato A demand that soft tor Spooners tian be eliminated fromM0 Platform Is also said to be part of tnXTProgram Poisoned by Dried BeefNv Kalamazoo Mich Sept 11 Te persons In throe different families or this city aro lying at tho point ot death from the effects of eating dried boot delivered to their homes by a man who can not be located A partial Investigation revealed that the meat came originally from ono of tho large packing houses The phys clans are of the opinion that sons sort of embalming fluid used as a pro servatlve was used In the beef and caused the poisoning Peonage the Charge Cape GIrardeau Mo Sept 12The trial of Charles M Smith James E- I Smith and Rex Smith three brotherI of Sikoston on the charge of peonac began hero before Judge Pollock of Kansas in the United States district Three witnesses came In from the swamps to testify The charge agalns the Smiths Is that they havo held 42 I negroes four of them women In practical slavery and made them work on 4000 acres of reclaimed swamp lane I Bryans Retort to Sullivan Lincoln Neb Sept 10You can expect that kind of an attack from that kind of people said William 1 Bryan regarding the attack made on him by Roger Sullivan of Illinois Mr Bryan said ho was not prepared to answer Mr Sullivans charges and could not say Just when ho would Issue n statement regarding tho Illlnoi situation The Inforence from his replies was that he would have a formal declaration ready within a few days Suit to Recover Land Trenton N J Sept 11 Announce ment was made hero that Attorne General Moody brought suit in fedora court hero to recover possession of lands In Utah held by the Utah Fue i company alleging that representa lives of the company Induced agent l to apply to the government for grant which the day after their receipt were turned Ort to the Utah Fuel corn pany Delaware Democrats Dover Del Sept nThe Demo cratic convention nominated the following ticket Congress David T Marvel Wilmington state treasurer Robert H Wilson Dover state aud- Itor Kendall M Wiley Brldgevllk William J Bryan was Indorsed for presidentKaiser Wants to Know Berlin Sept 10Emperor Wlllian has determined to discover what Is wrong with the German colonies and after returning from the maneuver will receive in audience Herr Dern berg the new dlector of the colonial office and discuss plans for reforms Root to Avoid Ecuador Guayaquil Tcuador Sept 12Inv- iew of tho existence of yellow fever at tills port Uis probable that Son retary Root who was expected hereon the American cruiser Charleston will go direct from Callao to Panama nqt stopping In Ecuador- Cotton Bulletin Washington Sopt HA bulletin issued by tho census bureau places tho cotton ginned In tho United States up to Sept 1 1906 at 403209 bales counting round bales as half bales Up to tho samo tlmo last year 476652 bales had been ginned Rebels Seize Mogador Tangier Sept 10 Dispatches from Mogador say that Anfloor Kaid seized tho town and batteries and won over the government troops Tim Jews led to Mellah Details received here are extremely scant rI Stock of I7 Merchandise For Sale II As administrator of the estate of J T Drane I offer for sale the stock of merchandise at Webster Ky which is part of 1 this estate Any one wishing to engage in the mer t cantile business could not find a better r location p For further information call on or ad 1 dress H DRANE jWebster Ky 9 A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY We have been successful in closing a special contract with Tug COXBortDA TED FOUNTAIN PKX Co of Brooklyn N Y whereby we can supply a guaranteed SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PE- NTheCeltric Model I To eery subscrber old or new who sends us a years subscription and fifty tents additional The Celtrlc Model 1 compares favorably with any 200 pen on the market today The pen will be forwtrded immediately upon receipt of the money A Descriptionof the Pen The pen Is solid gold Ilk fine the stock of which Is made of SHie best quality of hard rubber and fitted In tour party the pei points are perfectly fitted with Iridium and the feed Is punTjtoteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The beautifully chased as shown In cutpens ar A ountain Pen Is a NecessitysV of t e Twentieth CenturyT- he Egyptos used a split reed our grandfathers a goosequifi our iVhers a steel or ordinary gold pen But today we wanlt A Fou twin Pen Inkstand thatinconvenientthat dispenses with the thais always ready for usedoes not corrode and that the Is solidpengaranteeDears the manufacturers GOLD Ilk fine If it does not prove satisfactory in t for another or returnwe will exchaugeevery way turn of thethe fifty cents additional on re Pen opportV1 to secure atThis is an unusual a very low price an article oV Superior qualIty 1 l the comforttobethat is coming to VlOVllbUl and convenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The Breckenridge News Clo erport Ky M tIN ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BfEVARD LAK TOXAWAY AND HOT Spi S NORTH CAROLINA 1 4 Center of the Beautiful LAND OF TIlE SKIT AND i 4 SAPPHIRE COUNTRY- A natural paradise where human ills find quick relief reached direct by the Southern Railway i J Asheville is located on a superb elevated plateau the lowest ii1 point of which is two thousand felt above the lev 1 of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the tpraporVvto zone Tho official Government record of tho climate I of Western t North Carolina which is unimpeachable eviden o gives tho following average Spring 5349 F Summ r 7072 Fj Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With u ifcean for tho i whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humi ity of but 65 Eer cont land of the slay booklet summer resort foldger etc send 2cent stump t04i t C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLll KY 1 J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY iJ C BEAM Asst Gen PasK Agt ST LOUJ I e m s t The Breckenridge News one yealr one doll Ijj A 01to toH toth thqt qtas Sr leI 01 ell oJtb Itco mtb tbral raleal ealml JOE thlthJ thJpel 1I pnSo pelpn I BelpOI 0Fri thfl It If IJ II Frithf rlBre Ill Jefcer BreJefIt cer1m LOt vls1 JIbe RIbt 11 btalhafPa3 1 alth thaagl RIN RIBt sort InClIng oCle curl arebes besBa1 cent rer 1lJ MeaIlirh IlirhJlIz girl dZ lJ- II lIriu sea I I We Kl- ecow rI- trine teach contr beds the c step these trout lddat most Wr- erabl and The SW81 by d- centt sizes sampl freeing II o from kCoJicn Ron ffamelogt nn r If THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEHBER 19 1906 3 I I I Ii iIi i 2 2i i l t r I a e JfIe IeIs IsIe l reat tale lid inrn at tyrt lay Yt t cn 10 10 3sId 011 QUESTIONING CANDIDATES AntiSaloon League Wants Some Information Frankfort Ky President M B Adams and Secretary GV Young of the Kentucky AntiSaloon league today addressed letters to Auditor S W Sager and Attorney General N B Hays candidates for governor asking them how they stand on tbo liquor Question Tho following questions are asked Will yon if elected enforce the Spnday closing law Will yon recommend to the next legislature an extension of the county unit law to inolnde citi s of all classes d Have you any understanding with the liquor interests In then days of rusts nn 1 hnrr y cotirtesy la often forgotten In the adj pell mell rush of our lite little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A hnstelv eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sdrt by a doge of Kodol For Dys pepsia It digests what yon oat and puts your stomach back into nape Sold by all druggists MARRIED IN LOUISVILLE LonisvilleSept 17SpeciallossB- erola Hull formerly of Clover port now of Owensboro and Mr W 0 Payne of Owensboro were married Friday at 2 p m at the home of the brides nnnt Mrs Leo L Frank 7728 sixth street Rnv J W Browder pastor Christian church at Jeffersonville Ind performed the ceremony The bride and groom left immediately for Bowling Green Ky to surprise thf brides father Mr C M Stephens bv their marriage Miss Hull bad been visiting in LouIsville two weeks and to make the visit complete tbemartlagn was brought about They will reside in Owenaboro at a boarding house JMss Bull is an attractive and begjtifnl lady of twenty years and has a large acquaintance In Cloverport- Mr Payne is the son of Mr W C Payne ot Owensboro and Is cashier of the Adams Express Company in that city He is twentyfivo years of agA Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of tae tender inflamed membranes The tits of sneez ing will cease and the discharge as offensive toothers as toyonrself will he cured when the canoes that prodnce it are removed Cleanliness comfort and health renewed oy the nee ot Lreiim Balm Sold by all druggists for 60 cents or Dialled by Ely Bros CO Wn ren Street New York Miss Ditto Wins Blue Ribbon Miss Katie Orabum Ditto one of Meades prettiest and most popular curls won the blue ribbon at the EHzabetntown fair last week in the irlsriding contest She drove Boskett MoAnliffei celebrated harness horse Prince of India Meade County Mes senger Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens1 ambition beauty vigor lIy one and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for to be born afflicted with weak kidneys urln haces too atn II t e itrinb scalds the flesh or If when the child teaches an age it should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first atp should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mls lerable kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It ls sold druggists In fifty cent and dollar sizes Youmay have a sample bottle by mall neys a child lithe child It when a a habit with tree also pamphlet tell nome ot srampRoot Ijng aJHLabout it including many of the thoyfands of testimonial letters received ipirtf sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer rAc Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper pont make any mlstakobut remember tho name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Koot andtlio addreta Wnghamtpn NY- eIpa every bottle 1 HALTING A COLD What to Do When You Snooze or Feel the AVnriiliiK Chill A cold ns nearly every Intelligent person knows U the result of ti utop page Buiiluwurre of free circulation of the blood to which one Is first sensi tIe through n feeling of chill So slight is tho hill ofteutliuos that not until the preliminary sneeze wines Iis the victim aware he or she has been In a draft or thut tho ttinpernture has clmngod Tho usual notion is that by going In doors by changing to heavier clothing or rotronting from the moist atmo + phore the danger Is averted These precautions are nil wall enough but the first and most eUleadons mwimire should bo to restore the quick How of warm blood through every vein and so by heat Instantly counteract the little chill- Wlieu the temperature of the body or extremities Is llowered or a sudden chill or quid clang from warm to cold temperature is endured take three or four deep breaths through the nostrils expand the lungs to their full est extent holding the Inhaled air as long as possible and then slowly ex halo it through the mouth In doing this the Inflation of the lungs sets the heart Into such quick motion that the blood Is driven with unusual force along its channels and so runs out into the toes and finger tips mill sets up a quick reaction against tho chill lu short the whole effect Is to stir the blood and set It In motion as from rapid exercise Philadelphia Lodger WHERE CATS CANT LIVE In Very high Altitude the Felines Go Mini mill tie Cats go mud and die in high alti tudes Loadvlllo Colo Is n city over 10000 feet above sea level and there is not a single cat In the place that hasI beet there more than three mouths The greater the height above sell level the greater the degree of nervous noss both In people and the dumb ani mals Even In Denver which Is only half as high ns Lcadrllle cats are high strung and Mighty given to sudden fits of arching their backs and growl- Ing at nothing nut they do not go mad in Denver with the same unanim ity that they do In Lead IIIe In the latter place cats seem to be more than usually drowsy when they are first brought there and spend nearly every hour of the twentyfour in sleep This condition will lust a week or two and Is succeeded by a state of ordinary well being which terminates at a greater or less interval of time by their suddenly having a violent fit which Inn human being would bo called hys terics These fits are repeated with continually increasing frequency until one more violent than any of Its predecessors carries the cat off Even kit tens born in high altitudes never seem to got accustomed to them and invari ably go the way of their parentsNew York Herald A StrniiKro Anlmnl FrleniUlilp Sometimes animals which are by na ture deadly enemies such as dogs and cats strike up a very strong friendship I Imo known a cat adopt a puppy and nurse It tenderly but as n rule they prefer to bite and scratcji A sculptor of animals n Mr Harvey had two pets n pigeon and n cat who lived to gether In great friendship raid had their photograph taken while eating out of tIle same dish Tho pigeon was named Pklgle and the cut was called Toddle They ate slept anti played together and when Ildgle died Toddle I wits nearly broken hearted and would never again eat or drink from the dishes from which she and her little pluymato used to eat togothorHomo rotes Well worth TryIng W B Browp the popular pension attorney of Pittsfield Vt says uNext to a rtOMcn the best thing to get is Dl Kings New Life Pills flo writes thy Keep my family in splendid haltbCjnich ours f r Headache C matipation an I Ollio usnees SScjj Guaranteed at Severs Dr ne store THE SPONGE FISHER lu Stunt Have Strength n Quick Eye and a Deft Ilniicl Lying on his chest along the boats deck the sponge fisher with his water glass a pane set In a box fitted with handleslooks down forty feet Into the clear depths With one hand he grasps and sinks a slender pole sometimes fifty feet in length fitted at the end with a double hook The sponge once discovered the hook Is deftly Inserted at tho rocky base and by a sudden jerk the sponge Is detached This curt description of what seems the simple work of sponge fishing gives no idea of the real skill and exertion needed Tho eye of the fisher has to be trained by long experience to peer Into tho sea and tell the commercially val uablo sponges from those that are worthless lie must have a deft laud totlctach tho sponge without a tear Above all while doing this with one I hand ho must manipulate with the other the water glass us tho waves sway It sideways and Up and down Tho strain on eye and body Is most In tense to say nothing of the cramped position and exposure to wind and wet which first and last make every sponge fisher a victim of acute rheuma tism Yet with all his arduous toll an expert sponge fisher earns not more than 3 a month besides his keep on the bout which barely deserves the name of existence Pearsons Weekly HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS The old crlRinoliGROVES Tasteless Chill Toole You know what you are tnklog It is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay IOCfIi MAINE ELECTION Gov Cobb and Congressman Little field Have Small Majorities Portland Me Sal t ItThe Republicans of Maine elected a gover nor all four congressmen and main taut control vf the next legislature but they sustained heavy losses In pluralities from the head of the ticket down Doth Congressman Ltttlefleld and Governor Cobb attribute the almost unprecedented slump In the Re publican plurality to the general lie satisfaction created by the Sturgis bill passed two years ago for the purpose of enforcing tho prohibitory laws Cobbs plurality is estimated at between 7000 and 8000ICongressman Charles E Littleh ld Rep of the Second district was r olected by n greatly reduced plurality estimated from 1000 to 1500 Congressman Edwin C Durlelgh of Augusta Rep was reelected In the Third district by an estimated plural ity of 2000 and Congressman Powors of Houlton Rep in the Fourth dis 20001TheCoal Production Washington Sept 11 According to tho report of Edward W Parker statistician of the Ifnltod States geo logical survey the production of coal in the United States in 1905 amounted to 302919341 short tons having aI value at tho mines of 476756983 surpassing in both quantity and value all previous records in the history of the country Of the total production in 1905 77059850 short tons wero Pennsylvania anthracite with n value at the mines of 141879000 The to tal production of bituminous coal and lignite was 315259491 short tons val ued at 334877963 Battleship Georgia I Washington Sept 12 Governor Torrell of Georgia called on Secretary j Bonaparte to request that tho battle ship Georgia which Is about to be turned over to the government at Bath Mo be put In commission in Georgia waters either at Sa nnah or Brunswick No official action has yet been taken by the authorities of Georgia in the matter of presenting a silver service to the new battleship but It is understood the young lady who will act as sponsor will make a presentation of a piece of silver = Girl Executed St Petersburg Sept 12 Zennldo Konopllnnikoico the girl who amass inatod General Min at Peterhof Aug 26 and was sentenced by court mar tint to bo hanged Monday night was taken cut of the fortress of St Peter and St Paul and placed on a bard a ship for tho Schlusselburg prison Her friends hope for a reprieve but aii rumor is in circulation that she was executed at daybreak Will Contest Oelrlcha WillINew York Sept 12 Mrs Herman Oelrichs whoso husbands will cutting her oft entirely from any shure In his estate was filed for probate in New York will contest tho Instrument Mrs Oolrlchs Is on hor way to San Francisco to look Into tho Building Gave estateI New York Sept ItOno man was killed and five others seriously injured j by the collapse of a now billldlni at Mlneola L I Another man is reported burled in tho ruins and is prob ably dead Tho men buried in Its ruins wero Italian workmen Gas Tank Exploded Toronto Sept 10Whllo cleaning out a purifying tank in the Con sumers gas companys promises the gas Ignited and an explosion resulted In which 14 workmen were badly burned Two or three of them may lose their eyesight THE MARKETS CHICAGO tattle Common to prim teem 3 756 5 cote J2 704 T helftfH JJ t05 85 bulls I 25l 50 stocker and feeders J2 0004 35 Sheep- and lRmbltSheep U 25JJ5 75 lambs J8 S0 j8 25i yearlings II 758 40 Caters S3 00S 00 Hogs Choice to prime heavy 0 306 1C medium to good heavy G 10f6 26 butcher weights 6 o- taG 65 good to choice heavy mixed 6 10 06 35 packing 5 40ff6 25 pigs S3 505 6 55 Wheat No 2 red UttQ7U c Oats No 2 31c Corn No 2 47 loc EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export 15 2501 25 shipping steers J4 7GC5 25 butcher cattle U 765 00 heifers J3 255 00 fat cows J3 25 f4 00 bulls 2 2504 00 mllkara and sprlng ra 130 OOQEO 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings 54 268 60 wethers J5 7506 J mixed J5 60B 76 ewes J5 255 60 spring lambs 5 S08 25 CalvesBest JS 0098 60 Hogurns and Yorkers JS SOOS 85 heavies 8 70f 6 76 pigs 16 501 roughs Si 2ie I El stags 14 0005 00 PITTSDURQ Cattle Cbotoe S5 750 6 00 prime S5 6001 70 tidy butchers II 0005 00 heifers S3 0054 40 fat cow bulls and stags S2 0004 00 fresh cows 825 00050 00 Sheep and Limbs Prime tethers U 8506 00 good mixed S5 50 5 SO lambs S5 0008 40 CalvesVeal 85 0008 25 Hogs Heavy hogs S6 650 I 10 mediums and heavy Torkers SO 80 61 85 light Yorkers S3 80 pigs J8 60 01 70 CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed cattle 85 356 80 choice fat steers 34 7i 05 25 heifers 32 7503 60 fat cows S3 4008 65 bulls S3 7608 00 milkers and springers 15 00046 00 Sheep and yoarIIlight mixed S6 70 medium heavy S3 55 plga S6 4006 60 stags Si 0004 60 roughs S5 0005 60 CINCINNATIWheat No2 red 720 72c CornNo 3 mixed 48451- 9OatsNo c 2 mixed 330Z4c Ryo No 2 610620 lardS 40 Bulk meats SB 121 Bacon10 25 Hogs 35 1506 45 Cattle S2 0006 50 tllseep2 7804 75 Lambs S 257 5- BOSTQN Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above Ito X 3133c No 1 4f ffi41r No 2 3snff3p fine unwashed 25026c Blaine washed 2S29o Indiana and Kentucky combing 3 blood 3335o NEW YORK Wheats No2 red 77e Corn vo 2rSc OatsMixed JJc tKtrSicI WOMENS NEGLECTSU- FFERINGTHESUREPENALTY i Health Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydia E Plnkhama Vegetable Compound now many women do you know who are perfectly well and strong We hear every day the same story over and over again I do not feel well lam so tired all the time I lMiss KateMcDonald More than likely you speak the same words yourself and no doubt you feel casilytracedmale organs which ninnifcstsitNclf InI depression of spirits relvctancc to gcI anywhere or do anything backache l nervousnessmale weakness These symptoms aro but warnJnps that there is danger ahead and unless heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result Tho novor failing remedy forallI these symptoms is Lydia E Iinkhains Veg etnblo Compound Woodhril1geNDenr Sirs Ilnklmm II Restored health Imsniennt somurh to mt that I cannot help from telling about it for the sake of other suirerlim wmncn- Forn amtg time I miirered untold nanny with a fenmlt trouble ami Irregularities which nmilo urn physical wreck andl no one thought I would recover but Lydia K Pink hams Vegetable Compound hM entirely cured me and made me well and string nnd I feel ft my duty to tell other suffering women what a hplendld medicine it is1 For twentyfive years Mrs Pinkham daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham has under her direction and since her decease been advising sick women free of charge Her advice is free and always helpful Address Lynn Mass The DodgingPeriod of a womans life Is the name often given toII change of life Your menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years and causes much pain and suffering which can however bo cured by taking OFCARDUI Womans Refuge in Distress It quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness irritability mIserableness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc CarJul will bring you safely through tills dodging period and buildup your strength fur the rest of jour life Try It You can get it at all druggists in 100 buUIsIEVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Robson of East on Md until I took Cardul which cured me to quickly It my doctor who didnt know I was taking It Cngressional Nomination Knoxvilp Tcnn Sept 14Demo crats of the first consrssional lie tract of Tennessoa nominated John H Caldwell of Bristol as candidate for congress Mr Caldwell is chief owner of the Bristol Courier and a capital let READ THIS Hopfcinsvllle Ky June 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 passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I nave recom mended it to many others who report ed themselves cured I most heartily recommend it to all sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases Sam Dean A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles reo movos gravel cures diabetes setnianal emissions weaK and lame backs rbentnatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louts Mo Bend for test Imonlals Sold bpatldruggists fI r 1frI il Bargains in Tickets i Via Rock Island Verv low round trip rates Mil unimerm TO COLORADO Special seductions September 23 to 29 a TO CALIFORNIAVeryI I low round triP rtil all InlllDler S reductions 8cateatr r 3 to 11 inclusive One way Colonist tickets will be on rte September lj to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS tRKVery JSJTl d trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc oil Request II GEO M LEE H I Gen Pass Agt Dist Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 04 f J ft rwor WWi I AN TO I I I I Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY of Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon WONDERFUL PARK Cost of of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully I so as to be within easy reach of all ISleepers will leave Louisville Night of I full particulars J II IPOT I IV I AMV The Land of BIG CROPS and Are you making ar much off your farm as you ought No dcubt you are making all you can The trouble iiis the laud costa too much It ekes too narh money to hap a big farm and ao you are trying a lviog on a smell fart or porhape you are tenting one and a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be btttrr to go were the price oi good land is so little that you can own a big farmwhere every acre of the ground it work tug Southwit alcng the line of the Cotton Bel Route that ran be bought for from 53 to f10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to tile Southwest would convince you that your best loterests lIdr IB Till trip can layI made at very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of earl month yOU ran purclmftc a round trip ticket to tiny point Ih the Jouiliwest on or via the Cotton Belt Route at very ihw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to exuuilue any locality you are Interested In Write at Once for tree rnples of looks deeril liijr this wonderful country and for full Information about rust of tickets etc l C BARRY T P A Collon Bell Route 82 fodd Building Louisrllle Ky fImTG SON Dealers in Watches Clocks SllYerware Musical Instruments HARDINSBUR6 KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish ment more up to date Fine Jewelry Silverware Flatware Gold spectacles and all other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needles to fit all machines II tsar McGUIREI OI II IDE- ALVACATIONTRIP IPARKPersonally Itinerary Trip OldenSaltYELLOWSTONE Trip IExpen considerI IFor writcI SOUTHWEST PROSPERITY profitsThere LEWIS Hollowware IIfindings I L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport507A5Larrives at loulsvllle 7S A M No 142 Daily Mall ana Ki press leaves Clo verports42A11 stops at all way stations 1 arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fast mall leaves Ole verport448p m stops at all way stations atLoutsvllleCloverportaccammodatlon WEST HOUND accommodationleavesville 900 am expressleavesHawesvlllo Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Henderson and Evansvllle arrives Pt Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Kxpress dally ar rives Cloverport 7 40 p m Kvunsvlllo 1030 p to Stops at all stations INo 45dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1111 P M arrives Evansvlllol A M St Louts 740 A 6t stops at nawmvllle Owensboro and Henderson only boweenLoutsvll1lcars and radioing chair cars on trains 144 and 149 between Louisville Md St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND ieavusFerdsvltle430a m Train No4 Dnllv except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvlngton JSO p lu Train No6 Sunday only Fordbvlllo6SO a m Irvington 603 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 6Wa m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pm maarriydkordssyI1tgIi21pbivtantou0sop s s- v t yi w L t i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQC SONS Publlihlnc Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1126 if paid at the end of year CARDS OP THANKS over eve lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the ate of 5 tnU per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper Ifl Is sot correct please notlfv us When ordering a change in the address ratacrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1006 I For Congress HON HEN J011XSON State Sonator Hickmiin is dond The bridge needs Como more patche- sniAardinsburs petting 1onl busy She is trying to land scvc til big enterprises The State Fair is a howling success so say the Louisville paper Lexington is yet to be heard from The next best fair to the State Fair is the Owensboro Fair Get ready for it October 2 is the dute There arer200 cases of typhoid fever in Mercer county a majoi ty of them being in Harrodsbur Poor water is named as the carts Vic Robertson has the sympatl of the entire community in the loss of his wife The News especially feols for him in his great distress The paramount issue in the next Democratic campaign if M Bryan is the nominee will be Go eminent ownership of railroad Like the free coinage of silver in 1900 it wont dawn even if it is named in the platform The Hardinsburg Fair is it is saidu sure go The citizens of that town are to he congratulate It will be a great uplift to the stock interests as well as all other interests in the county Every citizen who takes u pride in his county should lend a helping hnnd and speak a good word for it CHURCH DEDICATION Methodist Church at Dundee Ded catcd Last Sunday Rev Currie Preached Dedicatory Sermon On last Sunday the Methods Episcopal church South at Dundee Ky was dedicated A mornin service was held at 11 oclock and in the afternoon at 3 oclock another sermon was delivered followed by the dedicatory service Rev Currie pastor of tho Clover port Methodist church delivered the dedicatory address At the morning service a collec tion was taken to liquidate the indebtedness against the church und the generous response from the people was suflicient to free the church from the debt incurred- A largo crowd was in attend ance and dinner was served on the ground Rev Frank Baker iis pastor of the new church Death of Mrs J A Witt It is with a feeling ofsadness that the News records the death of Mrs T A Witt of Ilardins burg Mrs Witt has been a suf feror for more than a year am her death was not a surprise to her many friends About a yea ugo Mrs1 Witt wont to Owens boro to live with her daughtoi there but the health then was gradually failing Previous to that time she had been a resident of Hardinsburg going there t live soon after her marriage wit Mr J A Witt in 1875 Mrs Witt was a member of the Methodist church South and took ai active interest in all church and charitable work The funeral services were lick at Hardinsburg Monday afternoon Mrs Witt was 64 years of age oJ ro 2II A- fanw TM Kid Yoe Nate Alwj g 1 LOOKING TO AN EARLY ADJUSTMEN Of the Trouble at the Cannin Factory The Outlook Is Bright An curly adjustment of the trouble at the canning factory which started last week when the girlemployes quit work is now looked forward to and it is conl dently believed that the factor willsoon bo in full operatic again At present it is bein operated under unfavorable conditions but the citizens of the town have taken the matter iin hand and will bend every energ to get matters in shape At pros ent the outlook for an early ad justtncnt is very flattering WITH FLYING COLOR The Rock Island Land Company Excursion to Oklahoma Passed Through- Cloverport The Rock Island Land Com panys excursion to Medforc passed through here with llyin colors Tuesday at 10 oclock a ni There were 125 passengers aboar ill in tine spirits every one of whom were expecting to make n fortune out of the trip We hop none will be disappointed- Dr Lon Moorman of Irvington was in charge- There were the following from Irvington WT Piggott lion n M1 Jolly H B McGlothlan Newsom Gardner Miss Emil Munford and brother J E stun ford Mrs Nora Board T B Me Coy and wife John Wimp nnd others Hon John P Haswel tad Mrs Taylor Beard Ilardins burg E E Glasscock Glendeane Lather Brey and W H Bowmer Jloverport Bert Cunningham Jhenault Geo Drury Bewley dllej Edgar Lewis Bradford ille Ky Good for the cough removes the cold the cause of the cough Thats the work of Kennedys Laxative Hone nd Tarthe original laxative cough yrup Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists CYRUS U MILLER DEAD VeilKnown Young flan Dies At Hardlnaburg Saturday Hardmsbnrg Ky Sept 18 apesial Oyius W Miller aged 34 ears the only son of Judge Mattbla lillerdied at the home of his brother nlaw Mr T J Hook last Satnr day evening after a short illness The funeral services were held at the M E church South Sunday afternoon and were conducted by toe Rev GS King the pastor of tbe church An audience that crowded the church to its utmost capacity assembled tc pay the last tribute of respect to hit memory Tbe interment WitS in the Miller graveyard The deceased was 0110 of the most progressive young irtnor and business men of the flinty and his success along these lines was pronounced He possessed many admirable traits of character and he vas universally liked anti respected by all who knew him A few days before his death he professed religion and he died in the hope of reaoning the homo ot the blest He was fully conscious of tbe pproacbing end and was resigned Besides his father he leaves three sisters Mrs T J Hook ot this place Mrs John E Monarch of Qwensborc and Mrs Milton Board of Hopkins ville The Breath of LifeI I Its a significant fact that the stron t gest animal of its SIZtl the gorilla also- has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keej- e breathing organs right should l mnns cbiefest study Line thousands l of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how l to do this She writes Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought oonsnmpI tion 0 its grand for throat and lung trouble Guaranteed by Severs Drug CoI Price 60c and 100 Trial bottle free + + pIn Honor of ss j 3 Miss Oelze + Mrs Mary B Oelze will be at home Wednesday night September tbe twentrdixth from 0 to 11 oclock In honor of her daughter Miss Ethel Oelze who is to IM married to Harry Stitb Hills that evening at 830 rhe marriage will take place in the lJaptist church and the ceremony will be performed by the Rev Kutledcre of Tenn formerly of this place and a- very close friend of the Oelze family Miss Mamie DeHaven will be maid of honor and Miss Grace Plank bride maid Ths best man will be George Younger of Louisville Water Oelz brother of the bride and Lafe Behen will net as ushers Tbe bride and groon will leava after the reception on the west bound train for a wedding trip- UISCIttLANEOUS SHOWERS Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 oclocK MrsS P Conrad will gIve a miscellaneous shower for Miss Oelz MAID OF HONOH ENTERTAINS Miss Mamie DeHaven will entertain at her home on the bill Monday afternoon in honor ot Miss Oelze THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Now In Full Blast In The Metroj oilsGrandest In History Of Commonwealth The Kentucky State Fair is on In Louisville this week and promIses to be the grandest ever given in the history of the State The deligbtft weather and gorgeous displays are attracting thousands of people throughout the State to the fIomI attend the fair The stock and other exhibits are elaborate and almost beyond conception in point of gorgeouenesb The inangemeut of the Fair is highly elated over the success of the unde taking so far andlook forward witl confidence to u weeks meeting that surpasses any ever held in the State iin point of fine displays and the large attendance at the exhibits A serious problem is already confronting the management in the way of providin room for tne exhibits and telegrams are being sent to exhibitors not to mme- aG it is impossible to provide space for themCOUNTY FAIR SEEMS ASSURES Promoters Organizing Company With 7500 Capital Hardinsburg Ky Sept 18 SpecialThe success of the County Fair seems now assured It is thep urpose of its promoters to capitalize the company at 750 and more than onehalf of the tock has already been secured A draft of the articles of incorpor tion has been prepared whit vill be acknowledged by the sub icribers to the stock of the com pany as soon as the sum of 500i s subscribed It is provided in the charter that no gambling inl any form shall be allowed or permitted on the property at any ime and it will be conducted usj n purely agricultural fair Methodist Church Notes Wednesday evening at 78 oclock there will be a church conference and all members of the church are requested to be pros ent Next Sunday at 11 oclock ii iuramary of the work of the lurch will be given and the reg liar sermons morning and oven ng These will be the closing services for the conference year nndall the members and friends3 are urgently requested to attend B M CURIUE pFreeof Debts Irondiquait Tribe No 38 Im proved Order of Red Men lo ated at Hardinsburg Ky OWl heir own wigwam and do not OWE a dollar thereon They buriec one of their members Sunday September 16 1906 Silas Miller son of exCounty Judge Matthias tiller of Hardinsburg Ky BACK TO HER- NATIVE SCOTLAN On a Visit MrsW II Lynch Goes After TwentySix Years Absence After twenty sla years absence from Scotland Mrs VH Lync of near Cloverport left on last Wednt day fot a visit of several weeks to her native country Mrs Lynch was born in Sterile shire Scotland but came to Amerioa at an early age She has not seen her family since she left the old country twenty sia years ago and she is an ticipating n most enjoyable trip Think of Dr Schoopa Catarrh Cnre if your nose and tbroat discharges if your breath is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incorporated into an importe creamlike velvety petrolatum It soothes heals purifies contro Call at our store for free trial box Severs Drag Co CROSSES TilE GREAT DIVIDE Death Relieves lUre John Ryan of His Sufferings on Last Friday Evening On last Friday evening Mr John Ryan a wellknown citizen of Clove port died at this home of his daughte Mrs Chas Hall Mr Ryan had beeu quite ill for several months and his sufferings was so intense that death came as a relief Mr Ryan was about fifty years of age and up to the time of his illness was in the employ of the Louisville and Henderson route having a position in the car department Mr Ryan is survived by a wife and two daughters Mrs H L Stader Rnd Mrs Chas Hall both of this city The body was buried in the city cemetei Saturdayafternoon Only three weeks age Mr Ryan sou Charles an only boy died of cot sumption at the same residence and following so soon after that cf his son his death ia made all the more sad I to the sorrowing members of his famil and other relatives C IF Sundries Druggists I I Perfumes Toilet Articles etc The purest and fres- hestDrugs I L Lto be had are found at my storeII Our Prescription Department Is in tliA hands of a compe I tent and registered pharma cist of 25 years experience Bring your prescriptions to me and rest assured that they will be properly illled f AtRe FISHER Cloverporl Ky i M Hello Central Give Me 193 Winn BrosII Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat Always on hand Say give us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do not 1please you 1 WINN BROS I KyB I 11- II FRUIT JARS I ffMasons Quart Jars per dozen 45c HalfGallon Jars per dozen 55c I I IjIili i W t Julian H Brown JCloverport Ky l t I Fall Millinery We are receiving our new styles in Fall Millinery and respectfully invite the ladies of Cloverport and the county to call in and inspect our new stock The newest creations in Hats They are I lovely and it will be well worth your while to call ia and make yourself acquainted with the styles that will prevail this season Pattern Hats Or ready to wear hats in any of the latest styles You can find a large variety to select from at our sto- rePolk Freurvk Cloverport Ky u U 1 n u 1llr 11 ran tVI n r n yoo ot rysw If you are in need of Pall on us best of 1 0e in theon us for Fred Ohapin and wife of Little Rock Ark are vjsiting his Dan of Tobinsport Ind Mr Chopin is foreman of working iti the department of the Iron Mountain railroad and has been serving in that capacity tor twelve TO CURB A COLD IN ONB DAY Quinine TabletsTake LAXATIVE BnOMO Druggists alls to cure E W GROVES sivnaturelson eac hbox 3Sc Fine line of Ladies at I Polk Franks milliners J M3S SHOES We cary the fa mous Helmers Better man Cos Eclipsei brand of Shoes the best made for the price 350 and 400 The best sellers on the market CONRAD SIPPEL FALL SEEDSSeeds call We handle the grades Timothy Red ToptRye and Winter Turf Oats Ke Washing Machine 750 Call anything Hardware line McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Ky 13 brotherinlaw Parrish wood passenger years Furnishings Stray Bullet Hits Horse On last Saturday morning at an earl hour a stray bullet fired by uuknowS parties struck a horse belonging to Mr Albert Orum of Cloverport crippH g it The animal was standing bitchti in the barn lot at the time of the dent and the wound was not diseev- ered uutil Mr Orum started to lead it away and found it crippled The bttlM struck the horse in the fleihy parts the fore leg 1 fJ Ii ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 5 J i I sr F = sNI i IR etof ofed a tito titIs Ise i rI t I I I t i j j The Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1906 u So TiredIt may be from overwork but the chances are Its from an Inactive LIVER With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountalnr of labor without fatigue It adds a h u n d red per cent to ORes earning capacity It can be kept in healthful action by and only b- yToils Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Mr Fred Ftaize is in Cincinnati on businessMiss Haynes visited in Owens vioro Sunday l October magazines on sale at the News office Mrs George Short is visiting relatives in Louisville Miss Grace Ferry was home Sunday from Louisville Hovious Rafferty was here from Louisville Sunday Miss Mar Jarboe was home from lutes Km Sunday Mrs Frank Payne is on a visit to rel atives at Tell City Mr and Mrs C W Moorman went to Versailles Saturday Capt and Mrs J II Rowland went to Louisville yesterday Miss Elizabeth Skillman will be in Louisville this week Mrs Marion Ryan returned to her home in Louisville Sunday Mrs A A LaHeistand son Charles were here from New Albany SundaI Mrs Rosie Loundy of Decatur IllsI is visiting her brother Mr Jake Miller Mrs Wm Ditto of Brandenburg is very ill at Dr Popes infirmary in LouisvilleMrs H Bowmer and daughter Mrs John Burk of Louisville spent Saturday at Addison Walter B OClze is here to attend the marriage of his sister Miss Ethel Oelze JItoi Harry Stith Hills Mrs John Burk and little daughter Eleanor of Louisville ate visiting Mr and Mrs W H Bo rmer Mr Eugene Haynes was at Reads Station the first of the week having gone to look after his farm Mr and Mrs Felix Elder and chil dren of Henderson are here the guests of Mr and Mrs Mike Popham Rev Graves of Irvington conducted the morning and evening services at the Lucile Memorial church Sunday Rev J T Lewis is conducting are vival at Stephensport He is being as listed by Rev Thompson of Irvington Mrs Gibbs and daughter Miss Net tie returned to Louisville Saturday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Henry GibbsMr and Mrs J N Cordrey who have been the guests ot Mr and Mrs F N DHuy at Evanston Ill have re turned home We want to buy several pounds of clean rags Bring them to this office and receive a good price per pound Breckenriuge News A crowd of excursionists came up to Stephensport from Tell City Sunday and spent a pleasant day Mr Weisen burg of Cloverport was one of the crowd r SOfT HIRE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthyspleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oilCFor pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT II BOWNB Cbembt- s4MI3 lHrI Street New York joe md IOQ 5t mil drvggfeta I Born to the wife of Leonard Oelze a eon Sept 18 Miss Lula Severs is visiting in ChenanltMiss Mamie Miller has returned from California W H Bowmer left yesterday morn ing for a trip tq Oklahoma Father Brey and Mr Coleman left Tuesday for Indian Territory Mr Klseam is now located at Irvine in the eastern part of Kentucky Edward Kissam was here Tuesday enronte to Sample to see his family Mr and Mr Sam Binning West View DM attending the State Fair at Louisville Mrs Ella La Neave is expected from Franklin Tenn to attend the HillsOelzo wedding Misses Clarkson of Big Spring and Miss Flofrio Hardin of Holt are the guests of Mrs James Skillman Mrs FM Smith and Mrs L T Reid attended the funeral of Mis C A Robinson In Hardinsbnrg Tues dayRev DWitt of Lewisport conS dusted the morning service at the Methodist Church Sunday in the absence of Rev Carrie Mrs John D Babbage went to Louisville this morning to see Mrs Wm Ditto of Brandenburg who is ill at Dr Popes infirmary Mr and Mrs Robt Weatherford and daughter Bessie B ot Harried and Miss Nannie Board of Garfield are in Louisville this week attending the State Fair I have received my fall line of ready to wear and pattern hats and invite the ladles to call and see them I nave selected a most beautiful line for this season Mrs J M Cordrey Miss Ethel Tate who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Tate of Tobinsport Indv returned to Chicago Sunday where she will enter Chicago University Mr Geo Jamison and Col Roland A Smith were here last week looking over their lumber interests at the Tar Springs They have two sawmills running there and are cutting some fine lumberMr W J Mason of Pinchecoe was in Cloverport Friday en route to Hawei ville Mr Mason says that the crops in the vicinity of Pinchecoe are the finest he has ever known both in point of quality and yield Mr Roland A Smith is beginning preparations for the building of a livery stable at Stephensprt The building will be a modern structure andin size will be 36x70 feet He will stock it with uptodate rigs and horses The News is in receipt of severel copies of the proceedings of the first annual meeting of the Kentucky State Farmers Institute held in Frankfort last spring These books contain matter of much interest and importance to farmers the subjects dealing with ev ery phase of farming Farmers wishing a copy of these proceedings will be furnished one by calling at the News officeLEFT COUNTY 55 YEARS AGO And Now Mr Joe ST Clair is Back on a Visit to Ills Old Kentucky Home Leaving the old homestead in Breck enridge county when a young man in inIthe West Mr Joe St Clair after an absence of fiftyfive years is back to the scenes of his youth to see his relatives renew old acquaintances and view the old stamping ground once more Mr St Clair in now livingin Illinois and is hero on a visit to his sister Mrs Jennie May near Hardinsburg lIe left this county in 1851 and though the years that have intervened have been many his love for the old home place and the many surroundings is as strong as in the days of his youth Mr St Clair is now eighty years of age He ii- a is brother of Mr Wash St Clair of Webster Death of Mr John Wright Mr John Wright aged seventy odd years died at his home near Jiosovillo Hancock county Mon day night Mr Wright formerly lived near Cloverport but moved to Hancock county about six years ago He was twice married and is survived by his secondwife one daughter and four sons name ly Mrs Jno OConnell of Clov erport Jno Wright Owensboro William Wright Evansville Mat Wright Fordsville and Ed Wright Liyermore DEATH CLAIMS MOST BELOVED YOUNG WOMAN Mrs C V Robertson Passes Away- at tier Home in Hardinsburg Monday Night HAD BEEN ILL ONLY TWO WEEKS Death claimed on Monday night one of Breckenridge countys most popular and beloved young women At 1130 oclock Mrs C V Robertson died at the home of her husband at Hardinsburg of typhoid fever after an illness of only two weeks Mrs Robertson was a lady of wide ppuloarity because of her lovable dis position and ninny fine traits of charac ter and her death comes as h severe blow to many friends throughout the county Cultured refined and possessing those traits that make a friend of every acquaintance a true Christian woman her life was one of true cheer to every one she met and was an example worthy to be followed Mrs Robertson was thirty years of age and had been married only a few years Besides her husband a baby fifteen months old survives To these sympathizing friends throughout the county extend their sincerest condol ence Everything that was possible to be done to restore her to health failed Dr Sippel of Louisville was called in attendance Hill arrived Monday evening but death was too close at hand for medical aid to revive her Mrs Robertson died as she had lived Conscious until the end she died a sweet Christian death and with a realization that a final parting was near she talke t with her loved ones and tried to cheer them in the sad hours The funeral took place from the Methodist church in Hardinsburg yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock and the burial was In the Hardinsburg cemetery Mrs Robertson had frequently visited in Cloverport the guest of Mrs L T Reid and was universally popular with the people here Her maiden name was Eva L Hensley a daughter of Mr aud Mrs Wm Hensley of Hardinsburg New Section Foreman Mr Ed Warford formerly sec tion foreman on the IC milroad has succeeded Mr J O Stephens as foreman on this division of the Henderson route Mr Stephens has gone to Richmond Ky to take a position with tho Louisville and Atlantic railroad as supervisor This is in line of promotion for Mr Stephens but one that is justly deserved and his many friends in Cloverport are glad that hfa valuable services are so justly recognized tl2J FOR CLOVERPORT BOYS Hawesvllle Ball Team Does Them Up In Grand Style23 to 3 the Score A basball game was played on the ball diamond at Hawesville Sunday be tween the kid nines of Cloverport and Hawesville The game was not very interesting as the Cloverport boys proved no match for the boys or their sister town the score standing 23 to 2 Several of the younger sports went along to do the rooting but came back with their vocal organs in good con dition and with an enthusiasm that was on the wane lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Care K S CHENEY k CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known fr J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all his business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINCI KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure U taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Bold by all DruggistsTake Family PlUs for constipation Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanse soothes and beta the diseased membrane It cunt catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly Cream Balm Iis placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and U absorbed Relief Is Immediate and K cure follows It IIs not dryingdoes not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drag guts or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York fff ft 111DR TAYLOR ft y f- W Representing f 1 8 TAYLOR KEENE y DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO l- MM Will be In Cloverport on the m I IDIID IDm j Will be In Hnrdlnsburg on the 11 I 19th 20th and 21st of each 1 I month Dr Klnclieloes office J 1 fk E I t t ItIi SEVERS DRUG CO- m H Will be Headquarters for U Christmas Jewelery A IISEVERS DRUG C- OWants I + IM m tJ J7Advertisements Inserted under this bead atone cent a word per week SJEOno Sorghum Mlll and Evapo- rator1 complete with wagon practically new used ono season L n ADDISON Addison Ky FOIL SALB Farms AdkIsson Bros Clovurport Iiy- WAITEDGentiemBn or lady with good rail or with rig flOJOOweekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky FOIL SALFA tuition certificate in the Green Business College llreck cnrldgo News FOR SALElOO acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres cleared six In woodland Good barn It acres in meddow Splendid land for tobacco corn or wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write tho lircckenrldge Yews Cloverport Iy- WANTEDTo trade frulttrtes for lumber on Ino D liubbage Clo verport Ky- FOIL SALEOno Globe Incubator mid onlyhavingUreckenrldge News FOIL SALE20 shares Ureckenrldge Hunk Address no D Hubbage Clover port liy- WANTEDIty Chicago wholesale and mull assistant manager man or woman for this county and adjoining terri tory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ex perience required Spare time valuable Write at once for full purtlcularsand unclose selfaddressedenvolopc Address 0ENEli AL MANAGER 134 K iuko St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot ot good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnglmsJIAUTIN GABLE MB 3rd Street Louisville Ky THE FAMOUS lE ROY PLOWS uro the bost soiling Plows because they are the BEST Plows that run be built SlndeI by TostedforDRAWEASYlongerthat CoLeCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Hates 1100 per duy Back numbers of the Century maga zine containing the serial Feu wicks Career for sale at 20 cents the copy News office Mrs Charles Hook and two children are visiting her sister Mrs P J Herr mann of Tell City Mr Hook spent Saturday aud Sunday with his family returning Monday MEET ME AT NOLTES I M f W Quite The Fad Are the NewISouvenir Post Cards New Views of- Cloverportr I 1M Mail them to absent friendsa pleasant reminder of bygone daysLeather Post 1 IICards are very popular for making pil r low tops A new lot of Comics lNew Ci Subjects Catchy Designs ti Look them throughMail and the fun begins J C Nolte Bro W Cloverport Ky r IF 1T- SENGRAVED CARDS You Want Then You Want Us THE WORK IS DONE IN BUFFALO Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co Cloverport Ky N S AL ICadick Milling Coe I u rI No Waiting Here Just toll us how much Lumber you need We have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats tho thing you were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US I Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Kyj sv f0M lOW III halt 13 treo a TIM J You Will Do You are anxious that the result should be satisfactory a little better than the help you by urging you to try a sack of Its the Flour that pleases the Flour 1 Ind A is f You are not so liable to spend it needlessly You can make it earn for you I per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal OF 1tP J r To a in Tab Bronco gala Signature bakingfor ordinaryLet CADICKSGOLD goodliversMAKERS Grandview DOLLAR JIN BANK fYou BANK CLOVERPORTCloverport Cure Cold One Day Laxative QUinine FLOUR c8 J CareeCHp 1fa Two Days Oft every I = f fidl 1 7 1111 i 1 6 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 19 1906 W I i 1 i t ti iii ii t I i i 1 BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column Colorado Democrats nominated Alva Adams for governor Prince Albrecht regent of Bruns wick and richest prince In Germany tied of apoplexy Captain James O Cheyne for 60 years a captain sailing the great lakes died at Milwaukee Col W H Kniuiss of Columbus 0- elected conimanderlnchlef of the Union Veterans Legion G M Gwyn former cashier of bank ot Hiytl at Hayti Mo gave himself up after being a fugitive a year Th Order of United American Mechanics in session at Dayton 0 changed its name to National Order of AmericansJoseph 32 a shoemaker shot and killed Lucy Kedge 17 then attempted to take his own life at Washington D C Fir at the Cudahy packing plant la Milwaukee destroyed one building and spread to the main establishment Loss estimated at 400000 Oscar C Matthews manager of the Royaltcm at Xew York formerly with Palmer House at Chicago Planters at Bt Louis and other hotels died of septic poisoning by inflamed tooth Batik vault at Akeley Mimi dyna mited and interior of bank wrecked Loss 10000 Three suspects captur edL W Hicks of Macon Ga and J H HlKginbotham of Brookville Fla killol each other in pistol duel on platform of a train at Brookville Cause not known In attempt to quell trouble In a sa loon at St Paul Ore Marshal Kret cher was shot and killed one of his posse and threeothers were wounded The principals escaped George Woods 21 killed and eight ethers In carryall Injured by electric car at Chicago Seven trainmen were killed by col Uilon of two freight trains on West ern and Atlantic railroad at Ringgold GaT L Mairnder lawyer at Plqua 0 died suddenly of acute indigestion Alfred Slutzs 2 year old child set fire to its clothing while playing with thatches at Fredericksburg 0 and burned to death Ethel Williamson 25 of Muncie Ind poured oil on her clothing set Ere to them and was fatally burned Thought her lover was unfaithful William Tanley superintendent 01 Cross Creek mines near Bridgeport 0 dropped dead when told that his 5yearold daughter died of dlphtharln Thl report that Paul 0 Stensland president of the wrecked Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chicago at TangierfaAlexander Dick of Folwer Dick and Walker large dry goods stores in Wllksliarre Pa Blnghampton and Evansvllle Ind died at Wllkesbarre ofa complication of diseases He was 7 years old MIS Hose Porter 86 widely known as Ill author died at her home In New Havin Cumin Fcit Thomas opposite Cincinnati Krrurky iis to be enlarged into a briiide post ColJI lon of trolley cars at New York ml of Brooklyn bridge Injured 12 i lOIS one fatally Hin lI IT styles sentenced to be ex e ufll at Columlns O Sept 14 was Crn i a respite till t1ellt 21 PUilelhla and Reading Coal and Mahansurijcii operations Vanish factory of Pratt I Lambert anlit adjacent fireproof door and wiiiimv casing factory belonging to PointNArchbishop Farley has returned from his trip to Rome Douglass Sloan of Woodsfleld 0 suicided by Inhaling gas Mrs Casper Batenstoln of Marlon 0 well known lodgo woman died of dropsyCambridge won tho international twolenithsJ K OXeal C3 prominent Mason RoyalArchKnights Templar died at Lebanon O Motions to quash the informations against John D Rockefeller and Standard Oil company at Findlay O overruled by probato Judge Defend ants given until Sept 11 to Ole further motionsWilliam Marks an artist who was a coworker with the late Thomas Nast died at Calumet Mich of heart failureEvansvillp and Terre Haute Rail road company declared a dividend of 4 per cent on its common stock the drat on that stock since 1902 Elovon firemen were injured while fighting a fire in a St Louis grooery short by tha explosion of gasoline gas The building was practically wrecked John Wesley Yantis a farmer of Ansonla Darko county 0 was rob bed at Columbus of a pocketbook con taming 25 100 bills as he was board lug a oar W J Adams an undertakers as sistant at Temple Tex dressed him self for burial stretched out on em balmers slab and swallowed poison Cause of suicide unknown I BADLY fRIGIITEiED Mrs H J Hnllenberg confronted by negro thief A bold atteupt at robbery was made at 10 oolook yesterday morning bv a negro who entered the residence ot Henry J Hallenberg president of the Wetlekiml Hallenberg Tanning Com pany 1817 Second struct and seriously frightened Mre Ballenberg who was SICK in bed at the time Shortly after 10 oclock Mrs Hallea berg was awakened by a Boiee in the room lint under toe impression that the noise was made by a servant she paid no attention to it She wits startled a moment Inter when a negro approached her and told her that if she would bo inlet no harm would be done her Disobeying the order of the intruder Mrs Hallenberg frantically called for aasistanca The servants in the house wero attracted by llllr screams and appeared in her room immediately in reply to nor call when the negro dashed down the front steps making his escape Mrs Hallenberg zeoerilly returned from Benton Harbor where sne bad been for the benefit of bet health Dr J A Flexner the attending phy sician fears thu the nervous fihock she suff eied yesterday morning will hive an ill effect upon hot nealtn and will cause a relapso Friday t CourierJournalMr is a sister of Mr Wm Ditto of Brandenburg A batn cleanses the skin and rids the pores of rernie A bath makes for bet ter fellowship And citUensMp Nut only should the ortside of the hotly oe olII Deed hut occasionally use of laxative or cathartic opens the bOwels and clears tho system of effete matter Best for this are DeWitts Little Enrlv Risers Pleasant little pillfl that do not gripe or sicken Sold by all druggists Work of n Girl Farmer Miss Ada Glatfelter 17 years old HUH jnst completed the task of plant ling thirtyfive acres on the farm of her father She is the daughter of the late A H Glatfelter who was kilted a short time ago ny being caught in the wheel of a threthlng machine The only1 male member or the family is a crippled brother and the work of farming ICO acres was left to the young man and young woman Baltimore Sun When yon have a cold it is wall to be very careful shout using anything that will canee constipation Be pardon larly careful about preparations con taming opiates Uso Kennedys Lax ative Honey and Tar which stops the cough and woos tbe tho bowels Sold by all druggists Kentucky StatelFair Louisville K- yCorthe above occasion the Southern Railway will sell tickets from nil of its stations in Kentucky to Louisville on September 1 Iith to 22 ml inclusive with return limit September 31th at rate of one fare plus 2 c for the round trip Minium jOe A large number of interesting attrac tions have been arranged for including Liberattis Band trotting and running races interesting agricultural display etc Beryotie should avail themselves of these low rates to visit the above Mir 1or complete information call on your local agent Titpit llrrnliurilt IViiN Fooled Sarah Ilcniuurdt once fell victim to a RiiddeH attack of homesickness while she was traveling in eastern Europe She announced that she was going buck to Paris immediately Bucharest was the next city on the route and Bern hardts Impresario at once sent the fol lowing telegram to his advance agent who was than In tho Hounmnlaii capi tits Wire mo Immediately as follows Nobility and leaders society preparing magnificent reception Minister of line arts will be represented station Torch light procession massed blinds Wire exact hour arrival Tills telegram was duly sent and the Impresario showed It to the actress who forgot her homesickness in view of the magnifi coat reception awaiting her When they arrived there were sixty solemn gontlemen In evening dress with many decorations on the platform there were torches flags and flowers massed bands played the Marseillaise and the triumphal procession started for the hotel Are you not coming with usi said the Impresario to his advance agent who showed signs of remaining at the station Instead of going to the hotel No he said I must look after the n ilrfllty mud lenders of society I am afraid they will bolt with their dross dollies Hut the actress so tho Htorv roes never guettsod that the sixty great men nt the station were supers binitl lLy lie advance agent at 8l1 cents a Illmii CASTORIAForI The Kind You HaYQ Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of LAND ON CUBAN SOIL But Are Promptly Ordered to Go Back to Their Ship ACTION WAS NOT AUTHORIZED Officials st Washington Profcundly In terested by the Reports From Ha vanaThe Navy and Army Depart ments are Fully Prepared to Meet Any Emergency Washington Sept HIt was of ficially announced that the sailors who were landed at Havana from the United States cruiser Denve were or dered to Immediately return to their vessel except a small guard left at the United States legation This ac tion followed the receipt of an official report by Acting Secretary of State Bacon from Mr Sleeper the United Suites charge daffaires at Havana re garding the landing of marines Sleepers report was not made pub lie but it was announced afterward that the sailors were landed from tho Denver solely and simply for the protection of the lives and property of citizens of the United States that such action was In pursuance of a discussion between Mr Sleepor the charge and the naval commander with the belief that It was a wise precau tion looking to the protection of the lives and property of Americans There was no intention it Is stated to do otherwise than to safeguard United States Interests and the serv ices of the sailors were to be utilized only In case of disorders within the city which threatened such Interests That the landing In any way contain plated the protection of either the Cu ban government or the insurrectos or President Palma or any other per sons than citizens of the United States was disclaimed officially and it was pointed out that this fact could not be emphasized too strongly v Tho landing of the blue jackets of tho Denver on Cuban soil and their camping In front of President Pulnias palace in Havana in anticipation of possible attack or uprising caused tho most profound Interest In official cir cles here It was stated on official au thority that instructions to the om cials were such that the armed forco would not have peen sent ashore from the Denver on the initiative of the naval commander but only by a request coming through Mr Sleeper who perhaps Is better acquainted with the internal situation than any naval efllcer It had been the expressed hope of the Washington officials that no such eventuality as that which no cessitated the landing of troops would ariseTho Denver was despatched to Cuba under Instructions communicated to the vessel by wireless telegraph while the vessel was proceeding down the Atlantic coast She was ordered to proceed to Cuba for the protection of American Interests The Denver carries 150 well drilled sailors and sev oral field guns That the landing was a complete surprise to the government here was evident That It was not made undor instructions from Washington also was made plain but the reasons that actuated Commander Colwell were set forth in his dispatch- It Iis stated there is no pur pose of Intervention In all this that President Palma has been so Inform ed and the ships are going to Cuba precisely as they would go to one of the South or Central American repub lies In case of war or revolution where considerable American Interests were threatened There will be no Interfer once with the polities of the island It Is realized however that by some unexpected act on the part of tho government or the rebel forces the United Statea may be obliged to abandon this attitude of neutrality and carry out the provisions of the Platt amendment It Is confidently believed by the authorities here that this will not be necessary but com mon prudence obliged the military and naval general staff and board to pro vide against any eventuality- So while the navy is preparing its ships the army is being carefully stu died by officers with the view to quick sharp and effective action in case its services are needed The only portions made public of dispatches received at the state department from Mr Sleeper charge at Havana say that there was fighting in PInar del Rio and in the vicinity of Clenfuegos Adams Spirited Away Boise Ida Sept HSteve Adams was spirited away from the state pen- Itentiary and taken to Wallace where a charge of murder was made against him Clarence Darrow and John F Nugent attorneys representing the of ficers of tho Western Federation of Minors Involved in the Steunenburg case apparently were outwitted by this move They left for Wallace de claring their intention to institute haboas corpus proceedings in an effort to secure the release of Adams Robber Shot Wichita Kan Sept HWhllo at tempting to rob tho Hamilton hotel here Joseph Fitzpatrick was shot and killed by George Ribblns a hack driver John Morgan was arrested charged with complicity In the rob bery Presidents Message Oyster Bay Sept 13President Roosovelt has completod tho first draft of his message to tho next con gress Ho expects to leave tho finishing touches for the opening tif the Panama Canal In November I Life SavInK nt Fire If lives are In danger at a fire It Is n universal rule that life saving takes precedence aver fire fighting If fire escapes are lucking or seriously ob structed nil hands devote their entire energies to tho work of rescuing braising ladders by forcing a passage through smoke tilled hallways or by other emergency menus Life nets are spread and held ready for those who have not the nerve to Walt for their rescuers Life sawing consumes valuable time which could be applied to advantage In fighting the flames and the probable necessity for expending this time governed as It Is by many con siderations plays an Important part in studies of underwriters Occasionally pompier ladders or window scaling lad dqrs are used In emergencies for rank ing rescues These furnish thrilling Incidents for the newspapers but are loss efficient slower and a great deal more dnngnrouB both to tine firemen and the rescued than the plain or ex tension ladders Insurance Engineer- Ing Rheumatism is not incurable Stubborn Yes I But Ur ShoopslKbeu nmtlc Remedy will if faithfully used drive it out ot the system Its tbe blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into tbe joints and musclea Dr Scboops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It driveslRben ruatism trorn the blood and tbonlRhou matisra dies We recommend and sell IIt Severs Drug Co lie Obeyed Orders Sir Henry Roscoo tells tills of the scientist Faraday And his assistant Sergeant Anderson Anderson was the solo assistant to Faraday and of course was utterly tmeduoated In scientific matters but he could obey orders which Is not always a characteristic of an educate man One day Anderson was told by Farndny to keep stirring n pot containing some chemicals over a flro until ho returned Fru mdbeingI- n the habit of going upstairs to tea In Ills rooms mud coming down directly afterward ti work In the laboratory during the evening For some reason he was prevented from coming down again and forgot that he had told Anderson to watch the pot On joining down the next morning he found Anderson still stirring the pot laving been nt It the whole night and thus car rying out the order which was given him When two strong men come to blows even it they am well matched it Is not a pleasing sight but If the man who gets the worae of it will use Dowitts Witch Hazel Salve he wiliiook better and feel better in short order Be sumo you get DeWitts Good for everything a salve is used for includ lag piles Sold by all druggists The Century In 1907 The fiction ot Tbo Century for the new magazine year id to include novels by Francis Hodgson Burnett and EHza beth Robins besides the Running Water ot A E W Mason which will continnr tor n number of months Mrs Burnetts new story will be called The Shuttle and is described as an interna tional novel ot English and American lilolComa and Find Me ot Eliza beth Robins will have its scenes laid in California and the tar North The Perverse Golf Unit A collector of evidence on the Sl1hjltImaintains learnedly that time Is tho most perverse of human lustItutloiifi Here Is n list of strange lies noted by a follower of the ancient genie In another players pocket whore it had dropped after traveling 200 yards In a cows mouth on roof of n clubhouse behind the theI protecting n painting hanging on cottage wall In a clump of daisies which It so resembled that It was not found for an hour When It fell in the cows mouth the frightened animal galloped i75 yards usurer the hole and then restored time ball to Its owner He promptly claimed to have driven It 37 yards and the right to play It from where It lay An Ancient EiiKllMli AVarklioane In the records of St Thomas hos pital London Is an entry of the year 1570 to the effect that In consideration of the hote tyrne of the yero the poor be allowed every one a day three pyntts of Bore for two months a quart At dinner and a pint at supper and at tho end of two months return to there oldo ordinary allowance Wyche Is one quarte Tho food at this ancient workhouse was to be dealt With ns liberally as tho drink The al moner and steward were to byo no byffe but of the best without bones and In special without the marybon and none other to bo bowght Irnfciikliiiinl Dignity What wages do you expect asked Mrs Randolph of Aunt Phronle who bad cone to hire ns cook Well Ah tell you Ef Ah 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an audience of 12000 people as sembled at the Armory Mr Bryan was wolcomed by Henry Watterson who presided Other speakers were Senators Carmack of Tennessee and Stone of Missouri When Mr Bryan entered tho hall there was a demonstration that lasted ten minutes thousands of flags bo Ing waved In unison with the surges of cheers that swept over the throng If all dyspepsia sufferers Knew what Dr cloops Restorative would do for them Djspepsia would practically be a disease of the past Dr Shoopa Restorative reaches stomach troubles V by its diiect tonic action upon the v inside corves the true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belchi nil etc Call for tho RestorntiVH We recom mend Rna sell Dr Snoops Restorative SeverDrugio = Old Grudge Results In Killing Parkersburg W Va Sept 10 Trouble between Martin Dovaughn and John Carey two Baltimore Ohio railroad brakemen at the Jen nings House in this city resulted in the former being shot and Instantly killed by Carey who was landed In the county Jail after a chase Tho men had a grudge against each other more than a year resulting over some trouble about a girl who resides at Grafton and the argument which end ed in tho murder it Is alleged was a renewal of the old dispute Relatives of Devaughn reside at Walker Station while Carey is said to be a member of a prominent family of Morehead Ky Kentucky Official Indicted Hopkinsvlllo Ky Sept 10 The Trlgg county grand Jury has returned an Indictment against John Kelly for mer master commissioner charging him with misappropriating about 1000 of the funk which came into hU hands while he was in ounce Tho case is sot for Sept 17 The defend ant is one of tho loading lawyers of the county and tho case has created r much Interest Judge Robert Cren shaw of Cadiz was appointed as sue clal jUdge to hear the case To Cure a Felon aya Sam Kendall of Fbilipsburg Kan just cover it over with Buck tens Arnica Salve and the SAlve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Bolls Boras Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at SeversDruar store Guaranteed Placed on Track by Robbers Wheeling W Va Sept 10George Lewis of Martins Ferry 0 and son of a wealthy coal operator was bru tally beaten by a gang of thieves who In hopes of hiding their crime placed him on tho railroad track in order that ho would be killed by a passing train Jamos Arbaugh a grocer who was coming up the track stumbled over the body in the darkness Ho pulled Lewis to safety Just two min utes before the midnight express went rushing past Wants to Be Warden Frankfort Ky Sept S0It was an nounced by tho state prison commis sion that M D Mclnerney of Coving ton was appointed to a position in the Frankfort penitentiary to take effect Oot 1 The commissioners declined to say Just what Mclnerneys officeI will be so it is not known whether ho will be deputy warden clerk or warden It was understood last win ter that McInerney wanted to be warden IIn Womanly Ailments and Weaknesses Dr Shoops Night Cure Soothes Heals and Cures while the Patient Sleeps torFemolecertain white lap To this are added other remedies which are Intended to draw out thepoisons and heal tho Inflamed membranes This knownbyDnSnooPswhile tho patient sleeps and the morn thedlcharlrCIImartyrdomTheysuaertheynever know a r well dayyetall this suffer A t sickness Is many 1 1timesuneces wry Evcry v t jalllnzwoman should be ht made stronr experiencethebust and perfect ly healthy wo manhood Itis to v ilhs everlncreas thatDrthese sick and alllnevKwomen that Da Snoops NIOHT CURl will come as a means a of real relief You may not know your trouble by the name physicians give It but remember uponInweaknesses Inflammation congestion and all Irregularities Ask for Dn Snoops NIGHT i CUBE Recommended and sold by SEVERS DRUG CO Knew From Experience I say said a friend the other day you are an old hand nt It I have only Just got married and dont under stand mucli about the business but has a married man any rights left when he once assumes the hymeneal respon sibilities 1 flights Yes lots lIes a right to pay all the bills to Stop I mean this Let me give your au Instance Every box and drawer and portmantean and In fact every available receptacle of every description Is stuffed full of my wifes property and when I want to put away a few cuffs and collars Hold hard I know what you inonn Listen young mnu If your bedroom were 200 yards bug and lined from the floor to the ceiling with drawers and you wanted a place to stow away a couple of collars you couldnt flail n nook that wasnt full of hairpins tufts of frlzzos pads scent boxes old gloves powder pulls rings anti things So Just accept the Inevita ble Wrap your personal property In nn old newspaper or some brown paper and hide the parcel under the bed The inquirer smiled loudly and Ironically nail passed on a wiser if not a better man I3klm TliriMvlnir Stick A throwing stick throwing board or spear thrower as It Is sometimes called Is n contrivance for casting a Javelin or harpoon which Is employed by various savage races such as the Australians some South American tribes and especially by the Eskimos among whom its use Is almost universal Roughly spooking It Is n narrow grooved board a foot or so long with one end cut Into n handle and the other provided with a stud or spur for the butt of the spear to rest against It is used thus Grasping the handle as he would a sword the man fits the shaft of the spear Into the groove with the butt resting against the stud steadying the spear with the finger Then extending his arm and betiding bock his hand till the spear lies horizontal he alms at the mark and propels the weapon by a quick forward Jerk of the stick In this way I have seon Eskimo boys casting their forked Javelins at wounded waterfowl AVliPii Uurhiinnii Wn King George Buchanan was a scholar historian controversialist and the best Latin poet of his age Buchanan was tutor to Mary queen of Scots and to her son Tames afterward James I of England One day he caused himself to be tirade king of Scotland and this was the way of It Having observed in James a tendency to too ready acqul escence he drew up a paper for tho royal pupil to sign James did so at once without having rend It The doc ument happened to be a transfer of tho royal authority to Buchanan for fifteen days and no sooner had the poet got it into his possession than ho begun to play the monarch even before the king himself James thought the man a lunatic until the instrument was produced by which he had signed away his sovereignty This incident was used by the worthy preceptor to illus trate the days lesson on the responsi bilities of monarchs Monkeys an Jinmen Monkeys make poor nurses said a zoo keeper When they live near a stream of water and one of the colony falls sick they invariably toss him overboard They dont want him around His sighs and groans annoy theme so Psst Ort the dock I Here in captivity I have to remove at once a sick monkey from his com rades roach Otherwise they would soon kill him When they can well monkeys take a strange Joy in tor menting an invalid They bite the end of his tall they drag him about and they pinch him Finally when he dies as many as can find room sit on his body close together very solemn as though engaged in some religious rite Fixed Bayonets It is said that during the siege of Lndysmith In the Boer war time assault column of British advancing in thick darkness climbed up an almost precipitous wall Once or twice they were faintly challenged At last a Boer recognized them and shouted to the sentry to fire on tho vordomde roolneksl As the crest was gained the tire broko out A few of the attackers begun to reply but they wert stopped and the voice of the commanding officer was heard to give the order Fix bayonets I That there were no bayonets did not matter Tho plea taking up tho cry rushed on the Boer gunners who fled at the thought of the cold steel The Street of Peru The streets of Peru especially on gala days or when they wear the ape cial dress of some celebration are said to be among tho most picturesque in the world In their narrow proportions they resemble somewhat the streets of China and the variety and contrast of the colors used in decoration may bo compared with the Chinese There Is however a distinct Latin character to the decoration which lends them an Atmosphere entirely their own No Guarantee A sporting paper recommends a cer taln way of avoiding the bites of a log however savage All one has to do Is to stand perfectly still and hold ones hand out The dog says the writer will take the hand In his toouth but will not bite It But what guarantee have we that the dog knows this London Globe He Might lie Needed It is best to be courteous to all even to tho man that you dislike You may want to borrow money from him some iay Boston Globe I DECAPITATION The Theory of Scnnntlon After the Head IN Severed Half a dozen physicians were talking of death It Isnt a subject usually chosen by physicians for discussion but these were discussing it Howeer it was not altogether physical death They were including the hereafter Well said one I dont know whether there Is to be a hereafter or net and It doesnt trouble me very much because Ill take chances on It if I can make the life I live before It the kind of life a man ought to live But there Is one thing about it that makes me hope there will be another life and that is the opportunity I shall have of asking some of the people who have had their heads cut oft If there was any sensation for a few minutes succeeding decapitation I believe now that there is and that life remains lung enough for the decapitated person to realize that he has lUst his head or rather that he has lost his hotly because tho head Is the center of thought and of course It Is time body that Is lost not the head At least that is the way a man with his head off would be bound to think of It I fancy there Is no pain because that would require some time and if life exists nt all after decapita tion its would not bo long enough to realize the sensation of pain It must t be a very queer sort of feeling and nsI I say I hope there is a life hereafter so I may have n chance to find out a few facts not otherwise obtainable St Louis GloboDlmocratI SAN SALVADOR Built on u Volcniio the Henultfl Are Somewhat SturtlluAISan Salvador Is built on a volcano lIt has been three times destroyed earthquake but tho people are byII coming accustomed to such now Earthquakes are pretty frequent I and while one Is naturally nervous I there is really little danger to life The shocks have been known to couio as frequently as eighty times In an hourThe effects are quite peculiar In the city Is a brick column nine feet high and three foot square which was re moved a hundred feet without losing Its perpendicular or cracking the mor tar The ground under the city is full of caverns of unknown depth A man was digging a well there The last stroke he gave with his pick tho bot tom foil out and he and his pick and all foil through nobody knows where There is a volcano not far from San Salvador that sonic years ago discharged lava over a forest Time wood all caught fire of course but the lava being light and easily cooledI formed and hardened into long arcades through which it was possible to walk Even now the imprint of the trunks and branches of the trees can be seen You Get AVIiut You Give Man is the artificer of his own happl ness Lot him beware how he com plains of tho disposition of circum stances for it is Ills own disposition he blames If this is sour or that rough or the other steep let him think if it be not his work If his looks curdle all hearts let him not complain of a sour reception If ho hobble in his gait let him not grumble at the rough ness of the way If ho is weak In the knees let him not call tho hill steep This was the pith of the inscription on the wall of the Swedish Inn You will fled at Trochnto excellent bread meat and wine provided you bring them with oulhorenu Usscxpected tnwers An eminent lawyer hind been Inter rogating a reporter In his hotel and the reply he got was unexpected says the Buffalo Inquirer That was an unlocked for answer truly he said It was like time an swer the policeman gave to tho good citizen A good citizen breathless and excited ran up to a large calm police man one day and cried IOalcer theres n terrible tight go- Ing ou around the corner to tho right Thank you sir Ill do as much for you some day sir said time policeman gratefully as he took the turn ing to the left and quickly disappeared The Bird of Death In New Guinea there Is said to be a venomous bird called the bird of death It Is about the size of a pigeon with a tall of extraordinary length ending InI a tip of brilliant scarlet It has a sharpI hooked beak and frequents marshes and stagnant pools The venom witht which it inoculates is distilled in a set of organs which lie in the upper mandi ble Just below tho openings of the nos trill Under them In tho roof of the mouth is a small fleshy knob When the bird sets its beak in the flesh of a victim this knob receives a pressure which liberates the venom and inocu lates the wound The Enit anti tho Went The numerous kinds of west ot which the effete east solemnly discourses t are enough to bewilder a Philadelphia lawyer It will assure you that besides the middle west a phrase that It employs continually and with evident pleasure there are an eastern west a western west a northern west and a southern west i Yet there Is only one east and hardlyii enough of that to swear byCnll fornlan ithei I suppose said tho old time friend that your folks no longer feel the i anxiety about social matters that they i onco experienced Yes they do answered Mr Cum rox mother an the girls are now as i busy keepln other women out of so i ciety as they once were gettln in them selves Washington Sta7 kqAtcffi1c1TP HuntingWinchester mountaInsIntypes cartridges to meet the requirements of nil kinds of shooting and can always pulledWinchestercatalopWINCHESTERCONM mB1 ItyII III Measure II IIIWhetlllr in a man or a nicehorse vitality is Ithe measure of life The friend who is cold fand apathetic is not n joy the salesman who gmIvitality does not sell goods The HKKCKKNUIDOK NEWS has herdthgm strength and youth 80 veins young It has faith in lifean enthusiasm for it which is gm contagious If your advertisement is sur Irounded by the rood cheer the sound sense Ithe healthy spirit of our publication it has afmighty good chance to succeed IIIII Cloverport KyIm1J JJ JJ aA I School Books School Supplies i l i IComplete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can be filled here from the primer up Get your school supplies here too Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co + I THE i Fifth Avenue 1 HOTEL Kyti I J i tiI ij 7J W jW 1JI Toe most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city miking s 200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from I the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts ot the city- Everything neat andiclean I Ww PROFESSIONAL CARDS IV G BABBAGECloverport Ky J S WORTHAA1 Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at IIartinburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY shsCourtscountiescoliectingroad CourtsORlce StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits find trousers in high madeGyantced Moderate prices Export tailors employed J IL HUNSCHE Casper May Jk Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLF PACKET COrI- SCOaPOuiATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vile- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6pm Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175- Ciovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 711 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154110158 4th et Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Slip Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nrrtnl tress headache constipation bad brall general debility sour risings and eatan of the stomach art all due to IndlgestUii Kodol cures Indigestion This new discs cry represents the natural Juices of dlptp lion as they exist in a healthy stomaok combined with the greatest known Utd1 and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure lndigestlen and dyspepsia but this famous rem 4f euros all stomach troubles by cleansloff purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomssk Mr S S Bill of RiTiniwood W Vs uyrIfII was troubled with toot stomach for twenty yr Kodol cured me end we are now using It ta i lot baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only Si00 Sire holdln 3K noes tb W size which IOIIa for SO cents rrjNUd by L a DtWITT A 00 OHIOAMk Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR 38 Louisville to CaliforniaS- ept 15 to October 31 1906 Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark EXtremely low round trip DointsInM1SSISSIPPiLOU1SIANAAIIKANSAS LAIIOMA and TEXAS on the first 4ua thIrd Tuesdays of each month excursiondeepersBona and TexasFull Portloularsbadaddressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville u I t J r rr 1 11 J 41i1H A tt vmi jJA tiJ l j ii I 1 STYREBRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER IP 1906 01 = BUr VERI Imps HDr tratf7 Cot da4 Pr- wltlt lied Ca- yeari died Co- elect UnloG of H up a Tij- ehadi t chat AmeJo shot attem wart F1- la D- and Los 0- Royr PaIr at Sept BI- mitE Lose edL HE kill plat CnuIII loon chef POSE The G thE CarS Brit rnOn OnT 0 A I1re mat burr E Ind l1re 1 The w Cro o 511 T prey AVE tom fa tA AWa WIl EVtof war h as i HaF KIbrl briYol 12 P ecu CantIrez han sun V and Win BIN A fro D suit h 0 dro C boa lent J pas Arc KniM ala Ataiova anti toot acWas Wasfalls lalllE Poil roat pI arslfgh star The JI- Ane bed talI- IIDf V slat i adfbait OcU- ii The Ereckenrldge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 101906 AMATTEROPHEALTU itOYAl ISAKINU POWDERAbsolutely A Croam of Tartar Powder free from alum or phose phatlc acid HAS NO SUBSTITUTE BIG SPRING Mrs Tom Hardiu of Butte Mont is here visiting her mother Mrs Judith HardinMisses Lillie and OltSe Mae Clark son are visiting their aunt Mrs Hannah Hardin at Holts Miss Mayme Barnett who was visit ing Miss Vennle Moorman has returned to her home in Alabama Mr H H Kmper of Irvington was here last week Mr aud Mrs Henry Hardin of Elizabethtown spent Friday and Sat urday here with her mother Mrs Farnsley who has been the guest of Mrs E A Strother returned home Monday She was accompanied by Miss Zelnia Strother Mr Tom Scott and family of Louis ville were here last week visiting his brothers William Aleck and Charlie Scott Miss Jeanie Meyers has returned from a visit to Miss Ada Meador at ElizabethtownMrs Scott is visiting Mrs Tom Scott of Louisville and attending the State Fair Mrs R C Craycroft left last Monday for Dallas Texas to visit her brother Mrs Harriett Montgomery and daugh ters Mary Bell and Louise of Spring field Ky are here visiting her son Mr A C Montgomery I Dr and Mrs Strother were in Bran denburg Tuesday Mrs John Hicks left last Friday to lout her husband who has a position at Port Arthur Texas Miss Mabel Scott has returned from a leugthy visit to Owensboro Mrs Jim Cooper of Vine Grove is spending some time with her father Mr R C Craycroft during the absence of Mrs Craycroft Mr Fred Kdelen is building himself a handsome new house Rev R C Kimbleand L A Faurest of Klizabethowii spoke on temperance here Saturday night and 1eE Camp bell spoke on the same subject Sunday morningMiss Jones of Hardinsburg is spending this week with Mss Sue BoardII LODIBURQ J Miss Alma F Koch is visiting her mother of Louisville Adam Basham und family and j Mrs Leonard Cashman visited Miss Dee Basham at Skillman Mrs A L Brunner is at Louisville attending the fair Mr and Mrs Cager Arms of near Hardinsburg spent Saturdayt and Sunday with C L Avetts family The Song ofthe Hair There are four verses Verse 1 Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of its won derful success The best kind of a test1monlalISold for over sixty yoll1sII Made by J O Ayer Co Lowell MuS- ARSAPARILLA Alto manufacturer of hers CHERRY PECTORAL Quite a number of the teachers from this neighborhood attended the teachers association at Shiloh SaturdayAugust Dutscho is slowly im provingEugene Norton left Sunday for St Louis Mo to reside Uo cse Henry came home Sunday to be present at the Cashman Jamea wedding Mrs Claude Grant of Knib Cal is expected hero next month for a six weeks visit with relatives STEPHENSPORT Dick Owen was in town Mon dayMiss Fannie Kendoll who has been visiting Mrs M L Roberts has returned to her homo in yelvin ton The ice cream supper given for the benefit of the Christian church Saturday night was quite a suc cessMr and Mrs J P Rachford and sons of Beanmont Tex have returned to their home after pleasant visit with Mr and Mrs J H Chaffin Rev J T Lewis of Clover port and Rev Tompson of Irv- ington began a series ot meetings Sunday Come out everybody and help in the work of the Lord Mrs Mattio Gibbons left Wednesday for Horse Cave to b with her parents for a while Miss Rosa Ditto of Hardins burg was the guest of her aunt Mrs U S Skillman Sunda- yIRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Bud Neafus and sister Miss Nannie Childs were the guests of their parents near Guston last Saturday and Sun dayDr C F Marshall and family Miss Claudia Bandy and brother Kcn left Sunday for a few days visit to the Misses Claycombs of Louisville Miss May Claycomb accompanied them home after a visit to relatives and friends here Laurie Barckley andsister Miss Murray Barckley of Steph ensport were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate Washington last week Mrs C L Chamberlain has re turned from Louisville where she went shopping Clint Adkisson is back in his accustomed place at It M Jollys store with a bright and smiling face after an absence of several 4 monthsRev R H Roe and wife returned Saturday from Webster where Mr Roe has just closed a very successful meeting Mrs Nick Henry and baby I after an extended visit to Mr and Mrs D W Henry left Tuesday I for their home at Chicago IllinoisThe Misses McGlothlan enter tained a few of their friends last Tuesday ccningII Misses Ollie May and Louise I Henderson were visitors of Mrs Nora Board the first of last week Mr Doriot after a years tenent on the Kemper farm has moved his family to town into the vacant house on Walnut street owned by Miss May Claycomb Rev JThompson left Sunday for Stephensport to as sist Rev J T Lewis in a ten days meeting there Nowsom Gardner spent several J days at Union Star the guest of j relatives W B Gardner successor to Jolly Gardner Co general j merchants resumed business at the brick inthiQlino of general merchandise last Wednesday Mr I Gardner comtemplates making de 4 cided improvements in his store inII the way of painting papering and j fixing up in general R M Jolly Sr remains in hislold stand with Il an excellent line of groceries and hardware andwill later on bring on a complete line of general1 merchandise The name of the ffirm is nM Jolly Sons + I DISFIGURED WITH ECZEMA Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow der Under Physicians Six Months But Grew Worse Some Said Face Would Be Marked for Life Now Without a Blemish CUTICURA REMEDIES WORK WONDERS II As I was a sufferer with eczema I write to tell you what a great friend I found in Cuticura Remedies In six monthe I had tried threo doctors but did not get any better It was on my body and on my feet so thick that I could hardly put a pin on me with out touching eczema My face was covered my eyebrows came out and then it got in my eye I then went to another doctor He asked me whatII was taking for it and I told him Cuticura He said that was a veryI good thing but that he thought that I my face would be marked for life But Isanow just as clear as it ever was II My brotherinlaw told me about the wonderful Cutieura remedies I took his advice and got the Ointment Soap and Resolvent I washed with j the Cuticura Soap and then appliedJJ the Ointment and took Cuticura Resolvent as directed In a short time my face began to get better and when I had taken one bottle of Resolvent I could brush the scales off my face like a powder When I had taken four bottles my face was as clear as ever myeremarkable cure I feel so thankful I want everybody far and wide to know what Cuticura can do It is a sure cure for eczema signed Mrs Emma White 641 Cherrier Place Camden N J April 25 1905 tDlImorrom t conilitlng nl Cuucur Sotp 2Jo Ointment OelluolItent Oe I In form of Chorofate Coated 1111 I iill may be ltd of all drunliti A ilogle let often cum I Potter Drug a Chem Corp Bole Props Gorton I asloaned rreeIIow to Cute Enema The special train carrying the purchasers of the Rock Island Lot and Land Co in Oklahoma passed through here last Tuesday morning at 930 bclock Quite a large crowd from here and adjoining towns boarded the train lots 1 of thorn with the prospect of making Oklahoma their future home Mr and Mrs Stranther Stith and children of Big Spring were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Frakcs at Bell View Farm last week Edgar Bennett left Monday for Lexington to attend the State col legc this year Rev L E Campbell of Bowl ing Green Conference Missionary Temperance Worker of the Louisville Conference lectured at the Methodist church last Friday eveningMiss Elmu Pfeiffer andEBoone of Louisville and Miss Mary Joe Mattingly and brother Gus Mattingly of Axtel were visitors of Miss May Cornwall 80 SundayMiss Nannie Childs will have J her opening of fall hats on next Saturday at the store of Mrs Bud Neafuc Ladies call and see them before you purchase The young people of this place are anticipating a skating rink here this wintersCounty Union September 29 I The American Society of Equity will holda county union in J Breckenridge county on Saturdays September 29 Mr Davenport will speak at Glondeano Saturday September 22- Death of an Infant Sylvia the infant child ofI Marion and Pearl Jackson died ata the home of her parents at Jolly Station Tuesday evening Sept 11 and was buried at the Chris tian church Wednesday Sylvia was a blight little child of about one year of age and was loved byG all who knew here Grieve not dear parents for little Sylvia She is not lost only gone on beafore to that bright and glorious homo above and some day you will again behold your little dar = lint in heaven where there is no A sorrow and no parting- I I L R 1 oA8TOtit =ABurl the The Kind You Haw Alwajs Bought Blgsetar 7ot ILiberty College Opening GLASGOW KY Tuesday September 11 1006 was the greatest day in the history of Liberty CollegeThis was our openlug day and our hearts were made glad by the enroll ment of 146 pupils 73 of these being boarders in the college house some from various parts of Kentucky and some from other States viz Tennessee Texas Arkansas Montana etc We have more than twice as many in the college hornt as at the opening last year which was our largest year We are expecting about 25 day pupils next week as many are waiting until the county fair is over and we hope by October 1 to have 00 in the college home We have increased our faculty and now have 16 instructors At opening exercises we had many visitors and sone splendid addresses among them the following Building a College by Dr J S Dill of Bowling Green Ky and the Outlook of Liberty Col lege by Rev J H Burnett of Spring field Team Dr J W Loving also gave us a timely talk Enthusiasm was at its height but the happiest person of all was President Geo J Burnett On the same day the trustees award ed the contract for our new building and work is being pushed Teachers and pupils are entering heartily upon their work J HENRY BURNETT Glasgow Ky Bus Mgr A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Pllas Druggists OINT aIosENTriches mto carp din6to If If- PAZO Days SOc Henderson Route Notes State FairSent 14 to 22 inclusive 1360 from Cloverport to Louisville and return Sept 14 and 1G Good to return Sept 24- Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthOne way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and 1Iep 15 to Oat 31 1906 Pikes Peak Centennial Celebration Colorado Springs Colo Sept 2291906 Cloverpott to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return 3140 Sale of tickets Sept10 to 21 inclu sive good to return Oct 15 Very low rates to Nortb Miohiga n point September good returning Sept 30 National Baptist Convention Los Angeles Cal Sept 13 to 1965b0 round trip from Cloverport State Convention Christian church Loniavillle Sept 2427For this oc casion rate of 350 for round trip from Cloverport wMl ne made on Sept 23 to 27 inclusive good returning Sept 29 Grand monthK of Pof Ky Louisville Oct 2 to 4 Cloverport to Louisville and return 250 Sept 30 Oat 1 and 2 good returning Oct 6 Frl County Fair Henderson Ky Sept 25 to 29 235 round trip from Cloverport Sept 25 to 20 inclusive Good returning Sept SQ- Daviosa County Fair Association Owensboro Oct 2 to 6 145 roundI trip from Cloveport Oct 2 to 6 Incla sire Good returning Oct 8 Louisville Horse Show Oct 1 to 6II 3 00 round trip from Cloverport Sept I Good returning Oct 8 i j e tliiTt7RIRthetheKind You Have Always Bought slgaitars 7sf HARDINSBURQ Mr and Mrs Gus Brown were the guests of Mr and Mrs D S Richard on at Union Star last week jGlendeanej of Mrs Marvin D Beard C L Beard Roy Moorman and Dr EKincneloe attended Urnrys colt at Bewley ville Saturday Una Brown and Jno P HaswellJr attended Magistrates court at Bewley Yllle Friday Dr T WUardner of Madiaonville was here Saturday and Sunday visit- Ing his mother Mrs K U Gardner Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane 1 J Moore were the gaeata of Mr and Mrs Chas H Drury at Bewleyvllle Saturday and Sunday John T Hoben was in Louisville last week purchasing a stock of goods for his now store Lindsey Klncheloe spent Sunday at aston tin guest ot friends Mrs M F Staten of Bowling Green is visiting her parents Mr Mrs John B Stlth Miss Judith Ellen DeJarnette left Monday for Nashville where she will enter Belmont College blIss Tida Mercer is visiting relatives in Louisville Col and Mrs David R Murray spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests of the Hon and Mts D C Moorman Preston Ford of Louisville is here visiting his mother Mrs Mary C FordJoel H Pile won a handsome 400 piano as a prizle in the contest con ducted by the Montenegro Rheum Music Co of Louisville He formed the largest number of words from the name of the company He worked at the contest oft and on for a week and i his friends are now congratulating him upon his success Mr I B Gable ot Evansvllle lnd is here interviewing our mer chants and other business men with the idea of establishing a canning factory He is meeting with encour agement and the prospects for the success of the project are flattering Dr Milton Board and wife of HopkiDsville are the guests of Judge and Mrs Milton Board Two ot our citizens were especially honored at the Bryan reception in Louisville last week Dr Milton Board and Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman were invited guests at the Banquet tendered Mr Bryan at Seeloacha Hotel Wednesday evening John Flood and Lewis Jarboe were at Chenault last week on a business trip Mrd Taylor Beard left Tuesday for Medtord Oklahoma She will go as the guest of the Rock Island Land and Lot Company Miss Lillie Hoben and Joseph Lawson of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs John J T Hoben The Rev G L King will ao to Central City next week to attend the annual conference which con venes thereJoe Glasscock of McUaniela was in own Monday on a business trip The County Board of Election Com missioners appointed the election offic ers tor the November election Monday CHAS L SAUER GRAND SCRIBE PER UN A 5STRENGTHENS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM Mr Chas L Sauer Grand Scribe Grand Encampment I O 0 F of Texas and Assistant City Auditor writes from the City Hall San Antonio TexNearly two years ago I accepted a position as secretary and treasurer with one of the leading dry goods establish menu of Galveston Tex The sudden change from a high and dry altitude to sea lever proved too much for me and 1 became afflicted with catarrh and cold in the head and general debility to such an extent as 10 almost Incapacitate me for attending to my duties I was induced to try Peruna and after taking several bottles In small doses lam pleased to say that I was entirely restored to my normal condi tion und have ever since recommended the use of Peruna to my friends A Welcome to Bryan During William Jennings Bryans recent visit to Louisville when the gates of that city were thrown wide open to him the Louis ville Heralds editorial columns contained a welcome to Bryan which liberalitythatparties The Heralds welcome follows tTenningsBryan i- an American and so great a Democrat for guest We believe in the BryanA a true neighbor and an upright citizen he is by everyone in his own community held in highest regard It is even happy for a community to bo fortified by the presence and the efforts of such men They abound fortunately on bothsides of politics Differing from our British brethren in that important acrimonyintoThe issues dividing us are indeed very important but not more so than those separating men and parties in other countries Wo are learning moderation and increasing in toleration Mr Bryans cordial welcome to this Republican city by men of all parties is proof that the bitternesses of the past are dying out greatDemocratJoins honor to a great Republican when they recognize him The Herald extends good wishes to Mr Bryan the citizen It trusts that abandoning all evil suggestions and rising above all ill advised courses he may one day see fit to adopt the policies laid down by Abraham Lincoln the purposes defined by William McKinley and the principles so diligently advocated by Theodore Roosevelt Mr Bryan you are welcome to Louisville and to Old Kentucky LETTfof fVgBIG FACTORIES I have been trying to get some firm here to put in a line of your shoes as we have a hard time getting a good shoe In this town I believe if you will take the matter up you can arrange with Messrs ic Co to handle Diamond Brands I have no interest in the matter only that I want to buy a good shoe once in a while You will remember that I handled your shoes when in business in Quanah and know j whit they arc REV WALTER GRIFFITHSilverton Could the superiority of Diamond Brand shoes be more convincingly shown 1 You are just as anxious for good shoes as RevGriffith and it is equally worth your while to insist that your dealer supply them Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes 244IiDBPANW MAKE MORE FINE sHOES TWIN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WEST Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas ombottles50eEadose t t l cJd f VX J 2 Ft Six rt J l 7 41- M r I I c r r ift t f tof i C-