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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i1 rr rw rv wR l r q tr IJ0 r i i f- tt r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSr 5 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT n VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 8 Pages NO II u l i t J t li Pt 1t f j jj- i jII I i tiq r f 1i I ii ar i l- L1J c CLOVERPORT MAY LAND BIG- ENTERPRISE Deal On With Imperial Tobacco Company For Establishment of Big Warehouse Cloverport is now in a fine way to lo cate a large tobacco warehouse to cost 20000 and if the deal now on is con summated this hopedfor enterprise will be a thing of reality within the near future A deal is now in course of consum mation between Dr R L Newsom and Mr Jack Mattingly of this cityand the Imperial Tobacco Company of Ow ensboro for the purchase by the latter of a site for the location of the ware house withiu the city limits The tract of land is the brick yard fronting on the railroad on Murray avenue and the Cloverport parties have given the Ow ensboro company an option on this piece of real estate covering the entire lot of thirteen acres or a space of 600 feet frontage and 150 feet deep It is thought quite probable that the deal may go through as it is confidently believed that an enterprise of that na ture would be profitable to the promoters A warehouse haslong been need ed in Cloverport and would be a big benefit to the farmers of Breckenridge county Cant Beat the Henderson Route Richard SUes the popular young conductor on the Henderson Route reoI turned last week from a months vaca tion spent in California He says he had a delightful trip enjoyed the sights met and made many friends and upon the whole was largely benefitted both in greatWestthe great railroads out West and their traffic and immense business but I didnt run up against any road that headed off the Henderson Route We make better time and faster time han dle more people ant do more business according to mileage than any of those Western roads The Henderson Route said helIis one of the best roads in the country and I think more of it now since Ive been out West and seen other roads than ever before TOOK NEGROFROM TRAIN Negro Wanted For Probable I Murder Arrested Here By Marshal DeHaven Wm Bibb a negro wanted in Owens boro for a probable murder was arrest ed here on passenger train No 64 north bound at an early hour on last Sunday morning by Marshal DeHaven In a fight with Guy Wright another negro in Owensboro on last Saturday night Bibb struck his antagonist in theII head with a halfgallon jug of coal aqd left him in a dying condttion He made his escape from the officers and boarded the northbound train The authorities communicated with Mr DeHaven giving a description of the negro and asked the marshal to search the train when it arrived and place the negro under arrest Mr De Haven v ith the train crew searched the coaches and finally located Bibb riding the rods He first denied his identity but aster being put under the sweating process by the marshal he confessedMr notified the authorities at Owensboro and the negro was taken to that city Sunday morning House Party Mr and Mrs Woodlord Weatherholt entertained with a house party last week in honor of their son Wallace who will leave in a few days tor DePauw University Among the guests were Mr and Mrs H H Smith and Miss Anna Katherine Barben of Owensboro Ky THE EKRONSTOCK SALE Large Attendance and Good Sales ReportedPlenty of Stock On the Grounds The stock sale at Ekron on last Sat urday was a big success both in point of attendance the amount of stock on handand the number of sales reported There were between 1000 and 1500 people in attendance Thirtyseven head of horses were sold publicly at prices ranging from 80 to t175 and ten head were sold privately bringing trom 80 to 175 The following sales of Breckenridge horses were reported S C Beauchamp two horses at 115 and 150 respectively J S Parks one horse at 130 and Walter Atkinson one horse at 150 Suckling mules had it over all other stock in point of ready sales and those on the market brought good prices Quite a number were sold privatelyat prices ranging from 60 to 90 Dinner was furnished on the ground by the Ladies Aid of the Baptist church and the neat sum of 876 was realized by the society clear of all expenses The Ladies Busy Bee Society also furnished dinner on the ground the money thus taken in to be used in paving sidewalks of the town Quite a nice sm of money was realized by them also All in all the day was a most success ful one and the Ekron Commercialand Live Stock Club are to be congratulated for promoting such an enterprise and carrying it to such a successful con clusion Breakfast For lU Oelze aInoonIin honor of Miss Ethel Oelze who will be married this evening to Mr Harry Stith Hills The guests were Mist Oelze and her mild of honor Miss Mamie UeHaven her brides maids Misses Urace Plank and Nancy Smith of Fordsville and Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven and Miss Cleona Weatherholt Mr and Mrs Irve OBrien are preparing to move to Kosmosdale to make their future home fi r 4EIIJi1Iils11 fc li ffififIV v fiB1pjA Dont Fail to Attend The POSTMISTRESS AT VICTORIAARRESTED Charged With Tampering With the Malls Waived Examin ing Trial Charged with tampering with the United States mail Mrs Abigail Fiiel postmistress at Victoria Hancock county was arrested on last Thursday and on Friday was taKen to UwenHboro where she waived examin ing trialIarrest of Mis Friel was made by Deputy United States Marshal L P Bennett ot this district who brongnt her to Cloverport Thursday night He left here with bis charge Friday morning for Owensboro The arrest of Mrs Friel was effected through a clever rose the work of Postal Inspector R M O Hosford and Capt J H Rowland postmaster atCloverportMrs is accused of having interfered with three letters addressed to William McUovern a rival store keeper at Victoria and opening one of them Postoffice inspector M 0 Hosford was notified by Mr McUovern that his mall was being tampered with and Mr Hosford decided to test the claims He went to Cloverport and there addressed three letters to Mr McUovein having previously instruct edMcGovern what to do After suffi cient time bad elapsed for the letters to be ready for dElivery Mr McUovern sent his son to thA office who was told that there was no mail tor his father Later a man wad sent and then McQovern went himself On the following day he was given the three letters qnd one of them showed signs of having been opened Mr Hosford caused Mrs Friel to be arrested and brought her to Owens boro Before Commissioner Llndsoy yesterday motning she waived examin ing trial and was held over to the feder al grand jury on abond of 300 which abs easily executed Attorney E E Kelly of Hawesvllle appeared in her behalf and stated that there were good grounds for a defense but did not disclose the- mLUCKY I FOLKS Three Prizes Awarded By Louis ville Concern are Won By Breckenridge County People That Breckenridfte county people are born lucky is a tact that has long been known but this was exem puttied last week when three of her citizens carried away the prizes offered by the Montenegro Rheim Mnsio Co ot LoniHvIlIe for those forming the greatest number of words out of etters composing the companys name No letter was allowed for use in the forming of a word 1ore times than it appeared in the name ot the com panyThe three prizes otfered were first a 1400 piano second a certificate valued at seventyfive dollars and third a certificate whose value is fitly dollars The two latter prizes are to bo received at tall valne in the purchase ot a piano from the company or are transferable for the pi ice named thereon to any other purcahser of a musical instrument from the company The first prize was won by Joel H Pile ot Hardlnsbnrg the second prize by Miss Magurie Wroe of Cloverport and the third by Misa Lucy Adams also of Cloverpoit RETURNS FROMOKLAHOMA Mr W H Bowmer Gives Inter esting Interview of His Trip Mr W H Bowmer has returned from Oklahoma and is very enthusiastic over his trip and is loud in his praise of the possibilities that tke new State affords Mr Bowmer accompanied the crowd of Breckenridge county people to Okla homa last week In talking with a representative of the News he gave out some facts that are of interest to readers Oklahoma said he offers very flattering inducements to speculators and investors as can be seen from the manner in which they are flocking there People from all sections are arriving there daily and are putting their money iuto land and town lots However said Mr Bowmer the price of laud is H little steep in my opinion for the average honieseeker though many are investing for that purposeMr said that wheatraising way the chief industry and that Grant county where the prospectors from this section went was next to the largest wheatproducing county in the world There is some very poor land in Okla homa said heIIbut there is also some very rich land Towns and counties are building up as if by triagic and men with capital men in ordinary circum stances and people of all kinds are there rushiug pellmell in an effort to get their share out of the harvest now on Oklahoma soil in my opinion continued Mr Bowmer is well adapt edto fruit growing and could be made a great fruit country with proper culti ration Especially is this so of peaches apples and pears Mr Bowmer says the sections of Okla homa through which he went presented inexhaustive opportunities A Nice Herd Geo Lyddan was over at Glendeane Monday and bought 30 head of heifers from the Robertson Bros They are a nice smooth lot of young cattle and will average about 800 pounds Mr Lyddan said r paid a good round price for them 3 cents but they were just what I wanted and was glad to get themMr Lyddan is sowing a big crop of wheat140 acres usualLadles October at the News office RoaBaKin f Powder Absolutely PureDIS- TINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER Royal does not contain an atom of phosphatic acid which is the product of bones digested in sul phuric acid or of alum which is substanJcesders because of their cheap esS ROYAL fUKINft POWMR CO NEW YORK OELZEHILLS The Baptist Church Will Be the Scene of a Pretty Wedding This Evening The happy culmination to a pretty romance between two popular young society people of Cloverport will take place this evening at 830 oclock ai the Baptist church when Mr Harry Stith Hills and Miss Ethel Oelze will plight love at the marriage altar The ceremony that will wake them one will be said by the Rev Rutledge of Tennes see a friend of the bride Miss Mayme Dehaven will be maid of honor and Mr George Younger of Louisville best man The bridesmaids are Miss Grace Plank of Cloverport and Miss Nancy Smith of Fordsville and the groomsmen are Walter Oelze and Lafe Behen Miss Rabecca Willis will play Medi tation during the wedding ceremony The bddeelect is one of Cloverports most accomplished young ladles and Is universally admired Mr Hills is a young man of many noble traits and wIde popularity The many friends of the two young people wish them bon voyage through a life of double blessedness and the News joins with them in extending congratu lationsA will be tendered at the home of the bride immediately after the ceremonyMr Mrs Hills will leave tonight on a wedding tour Is Honored Early J D Balibage Jr who is attend ing the University of the South at Sewanee Teun has been given a posi tion of honor by the management of the University that of secretary to vice chancellor and has already entered upon his duties The position is lucrative as well as responsible FINISHED FIRST YEAR Rev Currie Attending Annual Conference of Methodist Church This Week Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist church in this city is attend ing the annual conference of the church in Central Cit this week Last Sunday marked the close of Rev Curries pastorate for the first confer ence year Rev Currie has been a faithful pastor and his services in the cause of Christianity have been fruithful of much good He has not only endeared him self to his parishioners but to the peo pie generally of Cloverport Conference can not please the mem bers of the Methodist church better than to return Rev Currie to Cloverport- As an evidence of the high esteem in which Rev Currie is held by the mem bers a petition has been sent by them to the bishop requesting his return to the church Mr Babbage Sells His Residence- C P Babbage has sold his residence in Frederica court to Mr T R Bryan Mr Bryan will occupy the residence Mr Babbage aud his family will re move to Louisville in a short time Owensboro Inquirer A Pair of Beauties E P Hardaway had on exhibition at Irvington Monday a pair of fine high headed bay horses as much alike as twins quick steppers well trained aud to our mind as pretty a pair of horses as we ever saw They were 500 roadsters I and wortn every cent of it Cbas Berry was here from Louis vllle Sunday en route to Mt Carmen Ill where he goes to accept a position with tie Big Four Railroad I BIG DAVIESS COVMIY FAIR I iII- I II c First Week in October 2 3456 Most of the Stock of the State Fair at Louisville and Lexington will be there and many others The Ladles of the 4th Ave Presbyterian Church will serve dinner and lunches on the ground No gambling will be allowed on the ground The railroads have made the rate of One Fare plus 25 cents for the Round Trip Good returning Monday after the Fair The Rings and Racing will be under the personal charge of PRES TANDY HARL Write the Secretary H Q GANS for Premium List and Program M M H N IIIII Su i r S M i 2 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVER PORT KY SEPTEMBER 261906E t tI i V I C I t vI I 1t j f t i I F t rij t J L l Jr J t j J c i J I I 0 j i0 OPPOSED TO- BRYANS VIEWS Senator Bacon Against Govern ment OwnershipNo Fear That The People Will Favor It Washington Sept 10 Senator Bacon of Gcoigla is the latest ac cession to the ranks ot that large num ber of leading Democrats win are condemning William J Bryans govern ment ownership views In its practical operations it would be the most extreme and radical measure of paternalistic socialism I can thInK of a score of strong and sufficient reasons against it and scar cely one good reason for it certainly not one that Is not counterbalanced in tenfold degree by the evils which it would entail said the Georgia Senator who is In Washington on his way to Atlantic City It would oe impracticable for the Government to maintain and operate 220000 miles of railroads economically and honestly and build the nAW lines which would be required as well It would present the most inviting and unlimited Held for graft and thievery the world ever saw The fact that the Poet Office Department is successfully run by the governm ent is no evidence to the contrary of tnis The railroad basineaa of the United States is in its magnitude scope intricacies and difficulties one hundred times greater than that of the Post Office Depart theist Senator Bnoon believes Government ownership would constitute a politi cat mncnine the reach ana lesiatkes powor of which cannot be realiz d or conceivedThe ot passenger tranpporta tion in the several States by a politi cal party or political machine would render conditions in some parts of the country absolutely intolerably ne said The suggestion that the general Government shall own the trunk lines and that tba States shall own the local lines I do not regard as practical Skull business with some railroads in a State be controlled exclusively by laws enacted by the Legislature of tnat State Who is to determine what are trunk lines Senator Bacon said tne new railroad rate law and the Elkins lav together will sufficiently correo ratliroad evils 1 am frauk to say that I have nu fear that the American people will aecide in favor of government owner enir of the railways On the contrary I have no doubt they will overthrow any political patty that advocates it It is unfortunate if there IS basis for the charge tnat any political party favors it The Democratic national convention should declare affirma tively that it favors an heretofore complete control and regulation of their rbilrruds and is opposed to the pioposition of their ownership by the Government Well worth Trying W H Brown the popular pensIon ii attorney of Pittsfield Vt Next to a pension the best saysjj get Is Di Kings New Life Pills writes they seep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Head ache C inscip ition and Bilio usnees 25o Guaranteed at Severe Drug store The Telephone Girl Heres to the telephone girl I An employe who does tbe most wotk and suffers the mott abuse for the money she receives Who does more favors that are unappreciated by those npou whom they are conferred Wno gets censure for her bad deeds and silence for her good ones Who knows more about men than the sociologist does more about women than tbe officers of the Federal clubs and more about the manners of children tdun the teacner does and can tell where every gentle man and every lady lives She is seen in all lands and in all climes and speaks all tongues God bless her Exchange Scrofula acquiredthough Badhygiene foulair impure causesIttubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsaparillaRemoves scrofula Get Hoods- For testimonials of remarkable CUTN send for Book on Scrofula No I C L Hood Co Lowell Mos STORM SWEPT I Cottagers at a North Carolina Resort Had Narrow Escape Wilmington N C Sept 18Thls section of the Carolina cast was swept by a typhoon fresh from the northern coast of Cuba It blow 70 miles an hour and loft havoc In its path The storm passed over eastern Georgia evidently headed for the Mississippi alloy For nearly eight hours 200 men women and children were cut off from the mainland In Imminent peril while cottage hotel and railroad property were damaged to the extent of 10000 by a northeast storm which swept Wrlghtsvlllo beach nine miles cast of WilmingtonSheriff Frank H Stedman was among those caught at the beach and at once swore In a number of depu ties who closed the bar rooms and patrolled the beach to prevent looting The storm came without warning and hundreds of cottagers on tho beach received their first Intimation of danger when they awoke to find breakers sweeping across the beach and rolling high up on the mainland two miles beyond A tolley car kept at the beach In case of an emergency took about 25 early risers across that sound on the trestle which was swept by the waves Thoso left at the beach were afraid to cross the trestle which gave way immediately after the last car reached the mainland The storm increased in fury until noon when the rescue work was begun They sent surf boats across tho channel at great risk bringing first the woman and children and later the men WITTE ANNOYED By False Reports That Attempt Was Made to Kill Him Hamburg Sept 17Count Witts former prime minister of Russia who is being treated hero for polypi of the nose is much annoyed at the false re port published in the United States that an attempt was made on his life by an anarchist named Rosenberg at Soden Saturday Count Witte is tak ing no precautions as ho Is not In fear of any ono He Is out of Russian public life now his friends say and is not regarded as the object of a ter rorist plot Count Witte gong dally to Frankfort to consult the surgeon who has his case in charge An operation probably will bo necessary to oradl cate the growth Harriman Gets B O New York Sept 19 Announcement of the sale of stock in the Baltimore and Ohio recently sold by the Pennsylvania Railroad company was the first confirmation of rumors current in Wall street for some time to the effect that E H Harriman was socking a large interest in Baltimore and Ohio With large holdings in Chicago and Alton and the control of the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific the acquisi tion of the Baltimore and Ohio win give the Harriman Interests control of a railroad line from the Atlantic to the Pacific Harriman and his associates also will have a voice In the affairs of Reading a large block of that companys stock being hold im the Baltimore Ohio treasury Kid Bandits Put Away Easton Pa Sopt 18Two members of the Jesse James Jr gang of Hellertown which had planned among aImill and blow up a hall wero arraign ed before Judge Scott pleaded guilty to the larceny of books and other things from the public school build Ings at that place and were sent to the house of refuge They were William Bast 15 who was captain of the gang and Floyd Ettweln 16 years of age The latters father 1ft dead Once Governor of Michigan Milwaukee Sept 17Aaron Thom as Bliss former governor of Michigan died here of apoplexy He came to this city for treatment last July but returned to Saginaw in August He suffered a relapse and came back a week ago Governor Bliss suffered a stroke of apoplexy a year ago Brighta dIsease developed and during the past few months his death ws mo mentarily expected Prisoner Pardoned Milwaukee Sept 18 Michael Dunn former building Inspector and private secretary to former Mayor Rose who was convicted and sen tenced to 18 months in the house of correction on a charge of receiving a bribe from the Pabst Brewing com pany was pardoned by Governor Da vidson Dunns ill health in prison was urged as a reason for tho pardon Educators Sudden Death Raleigh N C Sept 18Charles Mclver president of the North Caro link Normal and Industrial college at Greensboro one of the greatest edu cators of the south dropped dead of apoplexy on the Bryan special from Raleigh to Greensboro Just after the train left Durham He was president ot the Southern Educational association Order on Eight Hour Law Oyster Bay N Y Sept 20 Fol- lowIng a report from Charles P Neill commissioner of labor on the 8hour law President Roosevelt Issued an or dor to all departments of tho government and contractors on public works that the law limiting a days labor to eight hours shall bo rigidly enforced I O O F Election Toronto Ont Sept 19The Sovereign Grand lodge of Odd Fellows elected tho following officers Grand sire E S Conway Chicago deputy grand sire John L Nolon Nashville Tenn grand secretary John B Good win Baltimore grand treasurer M R Muckle Philadelphia MAGNETIC POLE Located by Norwegian Who Found the Northwest Passage Seattle Wash Sept 17Captain Ronald Amundsen discoverer of the Northwest passage reached Seattle on the fteamshlp Saratoga from Nome Ho was met by a committee of the chamber of commerce and tha local Norwegian societies Owing to his desire to reach the government observatory at Sitka in order to complete his magnetic observations Cap tale Amundsen sailed for Sltka oa the steamer Jefferson a short time after his arrival My observations extend over three years nDllit will take three years to calculate them out said he Until that time It Is utterly Impossible to say positively what I have accomplished by my observa tions I believe however that I have located the north magnetic pole I can not say as yet whether it is a shifting point or extends over a largo area Wo also took careful observa tions of the aurora borealis and I bo Hove my observations will show that this phenomena has a marked effect on the compass DIG AND GO Chinks Must Return to Orient After Canal Is Completed Washington Sept 18Chinese la borers taken to Panama for work on the isthmian canal will be required to be deported at the conclusion of their service To Insure their deportation the Panama government will require the contractors who furnish them to give a bond of 50000 for the first 2500 Chinamen and 20 each In any number in excess of 2500 This In formation was conveyed to all who signified their Intention of bidding for the contract to supply Cjfnnse laborers for the isthmian canal commIs- sion Disastrous Flood In Mexico Mezatlan Mexico Sept 19There were 50 persons drowned by recent floods in Santiago Ixculntln and adja cent districts in the territory of Topic Tho bodies It is stated were taken from the river Many persons took refuge in trees remaining there until boats wore sent to their rescue It is reported that 500 people are homeless Wiilsproad damage resulted from the inundation of Clnaloa Several river towns were partially destroyed thou sands of cattle drowned and crops In many sections ruined A report from Ahomo a town near the mouth of the Puerto river states that there have boon many deaths there caused by malarial fever Trepoffs Successor St Petersburg Sept 17General- Do DIoulln former protect of St Pe torsburg will succeed tho late General Trepoff as commandant of the imperial palace Trepoff died at the palace at Pctorhof of angina pectorIs The rumor that he was assassinated Is officially donledII Lake Vessels Aground Washburn Wis Sept 17The big steel steamer Crescent City with whaleback number 168 in tow went aground about two miles above this city Three tugs worked unsuccess fully to release the boats which lie in 17 feet of water on a sand bottoM e Famous Confederate Nurse St Louis Sept 18 Mrs Marlon Wallace Vail daughter of the Confed eracy who was conspicuous during tho civil war as a nurse Is dead She was banished from St Louis by Gen eral Leighton for releasing Confeder ates during her work in prisons Chiles New President Santiago Chile Sept 19The recently elected president of the repub lic Don Pedro Montt was inaugurated with the usual ceremonies THE MARKETS CHICAGO Cattle Common to prim 761heifersstockers and feeders 12 6094 ellShep and Lambs Sheep S4 605 75 lamp IS SOOT 66 yearlings IS G0l 30 Cajves SI 008 00 Hogs Chlce to prime heavy 16 S08 40 medium to good faeavy 1C 106 29 butcher weights Jfl 4606 60 good to choice mixed 16 256 50 pack Int S5 508 20 pigs S5 606 50 Wheat No3 red 7474Vic CornNo 2 10- 0OatsNo2 33c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good U choice export 15 258 18 shipping teen 14 7G5 S5 buteher cattle 14 7591 01 heifers S3 25S 00 fat cows JJ 2594 01 bulb SI 254 00 milkers and springers 30 OOQCO 00 Sheep and Lambs O od to choice yearlings St 008 25 witSS 7506 00 mixed S5 6047g 75 ewes 55 2505 60 spring lambs S5 00 7iCalves Best S8 008 75 How Yorkers 56 85 heavies JG 756 80 mediums SS It426 85 roughs SS 255 60 stags Ie Ot 05 00 PITTSBURQ Cattle Choice SS 796 00 prime S5 5085 70 tidy butchers 54 0005 00 heifers S3 004 40 fat cow bulls and stags S2 004 00 fresh cows 125 0050 00 Sheep and LambsPrIme wethers SS 6006 76 good mixed 15 250 5 60 lambs S4 5007 65 CalvesVeal 55 008 00 HogsHeavy hogs Si iQ9 t SO mediums and heavy Torkers SS 90 f 95 light Yorkers SS 8508 90 pigs I nI- I 90 CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfd cattle S5 3565 60 choice fat steers non 05 25i heifers S2 7603 V0 fat cows 53 403 65 bulls S2 76 0J 00 mllkeri and springers S15 00046 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs J 40 Tretherfc 55 0005 26 mixed sheer S5 005 H- ewn S5 00 down Calves SS SO down Hogs Mediums S6 5C08 80 Yorkers 56 6506 70 pigs S6 40 stags S3 7594 31 roughs S5 0005 4- 0BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva 314t32cNo washed 2C026o delaine washed 38110 delaine unwashed 28029c Kentucky and Indiana cpmblng Hblood 3331o CINCINNATIWheat No 2 red 740 74c CornNo3 mixed 49049HC Oats 64c Lard S8 40 Bulk meatsU 00 Bacon S10 25lJogs15 6006 82 fattle S2 0005 40 Sheep2 7604 76 Lambs 54 OOO7 35- TOLEDO Wheat 74Ho corn fllo oats 35c rye 59o cloverseed S7 S7y NEW YORK Wheat NO2 red laaC- QmNo 2 fiSftc OatsMixed 37Uo THE MEXICAN RACE nil o Blending of the Indian With the Moro Si nrilard The Mexican Is a blend of the strong and sober Indian race melancholy serious of thought with the MoroSpan lard who for eight centuries waged war In the Iberian peninsula Tho Moors left In Spain something of their blood much of their speech and not a little of their hnblt of thought and cus toms It Is a good stock that old Arab race administrators wonderful culti vators of time soil chivalric as becomes tho riders of horses courteous with au oriental graciousness The blend with the southern Spaniard made the Anda IusInn race which profoundly Influ enced the first Immigration Into Mtccl co We hear their words the relics of their speech and we note often the vestiges of their customs The Moro Spaniard has made his Impress ou Mexican architecture and customs Often the Moorish eyes in some Mexi can womans face proud yet mourn ful arrest attention In the crowded streets The AngloSaxon Is the newer man as it were Ho Is a man of positive achievements To him are due the rail way and the steamship time telegraph and the telephone the consolidation of business tho active commercial con quest of the worlds markets He In our modern age matches the old Ro mans In ninny deeds In world adven ture He Is the younger brother in the great Aryan family which came Into Europe ages ago from northern India Spaniard and American Mexican nnd German are all relatives kinsmen long time unaware of their blood rein tlon Spanish English French Italian and German the basis of Aryan and the Sanskrit Is the common storehouse of tho word roots which we all employ every tiny Curious that we should Insist on our differences when we are all essentially the sumac Whatever Is Aryan In us and that Is the greater part Is not Semitic We are blood brothers and not strangers The Moor Is Arabian and therefore Semitic as arc the Jews But most of the blood In Spanish veins Iq Aryan nnd hence relates whatever is Latin In the Mexican the Central or South American to the German Eng lishman and American By magnifying our differences after all but our distinctive family traits we draw apart If we stopped to trace our origin we should see that we are not strangers but brethren Modern Mex ico If all dyspepsia sufferers Knew what Dr Bchoops Restorative would do for them Dyspepsia would practically be a disease of the past Dr Shoops Restorative reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon the inside nerves the true stomach nerves Stomach distress or weakness fullness bloating belchinsr etc Cull for the Restorative We recom mend ana sell Dr Snoops Restorative Severs Drug Co A Rice Distinction A well known Atlantan has a wife with a sharp tongue Jones had come homo about 2 In the morning rather the worse off for a few highballs As soon as he opened the door his wife who was waiting for him in the accus toured place at the top of the stairs where she could watch his uncertain ascent started upbraiding him for his conduct Jones went to bed and when he was almost asleep could hear her still scolding him unmercifully He dropped off to sleep and awoke after a couple of hours only to hear his wife remark I hope all the women dont have to put up with such conduct as this Annie said Jones are you talking again or yetKnnsns City Star When yon have a cold it Is well to be very careful phone using anything that will cause constipation Be particu larly careful about preparations con h nlng opiates Use Kennedys Lax atiye Honey and Tar which stops the cough and moves the the bowels Sold by all druggists Clams Etta The clams eggs are carried by the mother on her gills When there are fob In the water with them the mother clams discharge the eggs which soon hatch but If there are no fish they carry tho eggs until they decay The reason of this strange behavior Is this When the eggs are set free in the water they soon hatch and the little ones swim about until they find some fish to which to attach themselves They live for n time on the mucus of the fish and then drop off sink to the bottom and form burrows for them selves This curious semlparasltlc life Is no doubt a reversion to the habit of some ancient ancestor One Mana Wisdom GreenWho was It that said Let me make the songs of a nation and I care not who wakes Its laws Brown I dont knob the mans name but he was a wise guy all rfght GreenBecause why BrownBe cause it Is possible to evade tbelawsI taut one cant get away from the songs especially when they become popular Chicago News auTo Cure a Felon ays Sara Kendall of Philipaburg Kan just cover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest care for Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rhenm Chapped Sands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25o at Severs Drat store Guaranteed A DIAMOND BRJNDSHOE fOR EVERY TOOT FIVE BGdCTORES- We make every style of shoe that is worn That is one reason why we can give you better value for the money in Diamond Brandshoes than is possible in factories making only one kind ofshoe As we operate five large plants subdivided into seven specialty factories every inch of leather can be utilized in some department and we are enabled to grade our leather to produce uniformly the highest quality without waste Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes DIAMOND BRAND ed44 fSHOEMAKERSc WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE WEST A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY We hove been successful in closing a special contract with Tug CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of Brooklyn N Y whereby we can supply a guaranteed SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN The Celtric Model II- To etery subscr ber old or new who sends us a years subscription and fifty cents additional The Celtric Model 1 compares favorably with any 200 pen on the market today The pen will be fonvtrded immediately upon receipt of tie money A Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold ilk fine the stock of which Is made of the best quality of hard rubber and fitted In tour parts the pen points are perfectly fitted with IrIdium and the teed Is guaranteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The pans are beautifully chased as shown In cut A Fountain Pen Is a Necessity of the Twentieth Century The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers a goosequill our fathers a steel or ordinary gold pen But today we want A Fount in Pen that dispenses with the inconvenient inkstand that does not corrode and that Is always ready for use Bears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen Is solid GOLD 14k flue If it does not prove satisfactory in every way we will exchauge it for another or return the fifty cents additional ou return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at I a very low price an article of superior quality that is coming to be ersential to the comfort andconvenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky- NiNCtifaMfNtNNNfilNifi iIJ 0 ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE IRWARD LAK TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA9- Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKYIAND SAPPHIRE COUNTRYJJ A natural paradise where human ills find quick reliefreached direct by thec m i Southern Railway lowestmSituated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government rdcordof the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumnt 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F aamean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGER OfcD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS The Breckenridge News one year one dollar j 1Pr 1 r r t 1 L I rHR- r 1 c c J 1 I tI 100rC = r i tr hfit 4 r tL f1 11 trJCI YtI a 1 1 r TTI THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 3 i 3S rtj 0 Great Bargain Extraordinary Offer Tie Evansville Courier ONE HALF THE- REGULAR PRICE ONE FOR 125 HALFII PRICEt From 1 to October 10 1000 Inclusive the prlc of The Dally Courier will be 125 for one year 312 Issues of the beet newileit paper pub fished In Southern Indiana ELI THE NEWS ALL THE TIME THE EVANSVILLE COURIER IS SECOND TO NONE A3 A NEWS GATHERER AND NOTHING IS TOO GOOD FOR OUR READERS IT IS THE ONLY ENGLISH NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN EVANSVILLE THAT YOU CAN GET BY MAIL ON THE SAME DAY IT IS PRINTED lDO NOT FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS MOST LIBERAL OFFER You may never again have the OPPORTUNITY ofsecuring THE EVANSVILLE COURIER at this extremely low rate THE DAILY COUR- IERI BY MAIL ONE YEAR FOR 125 just onehalf of the regular price To secure the above offer simply make your remittance any day between the 1st and 10th of October Inclusive Money may be cent by checkexpress or postal money order We will accept subscriptions outside of Evansville or from towns where we have no local agents at the extremely low rate of 125 No Renewal Orders Accepted at this Rate Unless Subscription Expires in October Adlress All Letters to the Circulation Department EVANSVILLE COURIER Evansville Inl BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Bath at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column Lieutenant Governor Woodruff of Connecticut nominated by Republi cans for governor Normal school at Stanborry Mo burned Loss 75000 Boy fatally hurt by falling walls San Francisco suffering from lack of hotel accommodations Dig hotels filled to overflowing Congressman Robert R Illtt 72 of Illinois died after long Illness Born in Urbana O SerAIl in congress 25 yearsJ B Eborly 70 founder and faond of normal school at Smithvillo 0 many years died of illness brought on by overwork Steamer State of Ohio from Toledo to Cleveland stranded on Rattlesnake island near Put In Bay O Passen gers removed in safety and returned to Toledo Accident caused by fog Steamer City of Seattle during fog went aground on Trial island near Victoria while en route to Alaska Passengers safe General Nlcolaieff of Russian artil lery shot dead by revolutionists at WarsawTwo fast mall trains on B O 8 W collided at Buckmeyer 111 Two trainmen fatally Injured six hurt frank A Wilke liquor dealer at New Orleans filed a petition In bankruptcy with liabilities over 123000 and as sets 36000 Fishing schooner Arthur Blnney of Boston seized by Canadian officials on charge of landing smuggled goods at Liverpool N S Joel M Longnecker former states attorney and for many yang promt nenj in Chicago Republican circles Tbottiands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hoanj a 0 It rie y mall sediment or settling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen it Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There ja comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Inabilitytoit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra crdlnary effect of SwampRobt Is soon wondetfimlIf you need a medicine you should have tho beet Sold by druggists InSOc andI1 sizes You may have a sample bottle of this 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Major Martin McGlnnls The junior was tho important man of the enngm and when nay distinguished patties came to the city they wero received hy Major Martin McOlunls and presented with the freedom of the camp on a gold plate The French government sent three mining engineer over to examine and to report upon the mineral deposits of this lo cality They were received hy Major MurtliiMcGlnnIs who put them In carriages and took them around the campI As they were going up California gulch the Frenchmen suddenly jumped out of time carriage and continence l to mummer and chisel upon a largo black boxvlder that lay alongside the road Tho major watched thorn ges ticulating ta one another and lit dual ly stud to tho Interpreter What do they mean What time they talking about Time Interpreter wild Tluy say that rock dont belong kern The major sold Time deuce It dont You soy to those foreigners that I wont stand for them coming over here nod running down our country Tell theme that they can find anything anywhere III ColoradoThe were right however for this block rock was a meteor and had fallen from the skies Ioiulvlllo HeraldDemocrat The Flrnt nothing Machine There does not seem to be much doubt that the first bathing machine was seen at Margate and that It was the Invention of a worthy Quaker named Beale who placed his hopeful Invention on the Margate beach In 1750 The public are obliged to Ben jamin Beale one of the people called Quakers for the Invention writes the author of A Short Description of the Isle of Thauet published In 1700 But It was the old story the public became grateful after the Inventor had been ruined by his enterprise His successors had reaped the harvest Old Benjamin Beales widow could re member lu her last days the first fam fly that ever resorted to Margate for the purpose of bathing being carried Into the sea In a covered cart In 1803 Beales machines were one of the In stitutions of Margate It was alarmingly claimed for them that they may be driven to any depth into tho sea by careful guldesT Ps London Week lyThe Dnilcit Street la the World West street In New York presents a network of piers and docks for Its whole length Most of tho great steamship and railway transportation companies have their pier terminals there and other steamship companies have built their terminals on the New Jersey shore opposite so that all trans atlantic and a large share of the con tinental travelers must cross West street In coming to or leaving the city When one considers the great number of short trip travelers Including com puters who dally make their way In and out of the metropolis across this busy thoroughfare a faint Idea of its Importance may be gained Manhat tan Island has thirtytwo miles of wa ter front John P Frltts In Leslies Weekly When two strong men come to blows even it they are well matched it la not a pleasing sight but if the man who I gets the worse of it will use Dewttta lVyitob Haz9l Salve he illjleok better and feel better in abort order Be laie you get DeItiet0bod fo everything a salve IB need for includ ting pile o4 by allxIrogglBte A Quiet Home Wedding Sunday afternoon Septamber 9 Mr Ruins W James of Center Point Ind and Miss LaIn Cabman were quietly marrlAd at the home of the bride near Raymond The wedding was quite a surprise to his many friends and also to friends here The bride was beautifully gowned in a dress of white Paris muslin trimm ed in lace and wore a oridal veil of the same and carried an arm coquet of beautiful flowers The groom wore the conventional black They were attended by Miss Cordelia Cnbhman and Mr Roscoe Avitte Miss Essie Casbman Mr Chester Chappell Miss Mary Udshman and Roscoe Hendry the bridesmaids being sisters of the bride Tbe bride is the beautiful and ac complished daugbter of Mr and Mrs George Cashmin of Raymond Ky Tbe groom is a prosperous and highly esteemed young man Alter congratu lations they left for their future home in Center Point Ind which had been previously prepared to receive the bride The groom was accompanied from bis home by Mr Oscar Burke who chaperoned the party to the train They received many beautiful and use ful lresentsIDrop by drop the ottensive discharge caused by Nasal Catniin falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting np an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis The certain rational cure for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the rallef that follows even the first appli cation cannot be told in words Dont salfer a day longer From the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Croam Balm is sold by all druggists for 50 cants or mailed by Ely Bros CO Warren street New York Leave for School Mr Lawrance Jncby of Evansville Ind and Miss Rene Huncheot Car nelton spent the day with Wallace Weatherholt Thursday Mr Oncley and Mr Weatheiholt were classmutes Williloavecoming term I BilePoison has a very bad effect on your sys tem It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with all its fearful h- isThedfords BlackDraught I Is a bland tonic liver regulator and blood purifier- It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headaches dizziness loss of appetite nausea Indigestion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and sickness due to disordered liver allII It Is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED Tho Publishers of Wtbter International Dictionary allege that It II In fiictt lie opu tar Unabridged thoroughly reedited hoovery detail and vastly enriched In every part with tho purpose or adapting It to meet tho larger and severer requirements of another genera tlonWo are of tho opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes tho work that has been accomplished Bull tho result that has been reached Tho Dictionary as It now stands bus been thoroughly re edited In every detnll has been corrected In every part and 13 admirably adapted to meet the larger and severer requirements of a generation which demands more of popular philological knowledge than any generation that tbo world contained It Is perhaps needless to add that wo refer to tho dictionary In our Judicial work as of tho highest authority in accuracy of detlnl tlon and that in the futiironsliithopaitlt win be the source ot constant reference CHARLES O KOTT Cbl f Jutlra LAWHEXCB WELDON JOHN DAVIS STANTOS J iEE7L- PuAItw lIuWIIfoJg The above refers to WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE tho hlght award was given to the Interna tional at tho World a Vair tit Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST You will I 0 nt rted n our specimen paper tentfrte Q MOOr1U tltPRINQFIELD MAM wnmITua ej Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island low round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVery seductions September 23 to 29 low round trip rates all summer TO CALIFORNIAVery reductions September 3 to 14 inclusive Gne way Colonist tickets will be on sale September 15 to October 31 TO HOT SPRINGS tripLlIllustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request OEO H LEE h1 Gen Pass Agt DIst Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O m W rAWtt mJ I AN IDE- ALVACATIONTRIP I a TO YELLOWSTONE I PARK I Personally ConductedIISPEND YOUR MONEY I Itinerary of Trip IDenver Colorado SpringsCripple Creek Garden CAnonIGods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and Gt DA It WONDERFUL Cost YELLOWSTONE of Trip PAHK DlrdenII of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully coni IIExpenl so as to be within easy reach of all icierIISleepers will leave Louisville Night of July For full particulars f JI IioT writeII AA SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ar much off vour farm as you ought No doubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too south money to buy a big farm and so you are trying a lving on a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the price oi good land is so little that you can own a big arm where every acre of the ground is work ing profitsThereSoutbwiot along the line of the Cotton Bel Route that can be bought for from 3 to 10 an acre This land is increasing in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost- A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best Interests luy in settling there The trip cun be made at very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month you cun purchase a round trip ticket to uny point In the Southwest on or via the Cotton Holt Route at very law rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you ure Interested Ini Write at once for tree copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky 1fflTIC LEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBUR6 KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establish mont more up to date Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware HollowwareFlatware Gold spectacles andall other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheapii Sewing Machine Needles to fit all machines i Musical instruments andi findings Best and finest repairing 4 of all timepieces AIcQUIRE L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 148 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville AM No 142 Dally Mall ana IsxpressleavesClo- verport 942 A Mstops at nil way stations I arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally fastmnll leaves Ole verport 448 p moo stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 735 p m 1 CloverllOrtaccommodation WEST BOUND accommodationleavesvilla 800 a m expressleavesUawesvllle Lewisport MacllO Owensooro Stanley Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast train leaves Ole verport 11 111P M arrives Evansville 13 A lII St A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 daily except Punday leaves Fordsvlllo 430 w M rrivea Irrlngton 840 a tu Train No4 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 320 p m arrives Irvlngton 520- p iii Train No 6 Sunday only Fordbvlllefl30ain Irvington 803 a m WEST BOUND Train No So Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 850 am arrives Fords vlllo 8145 P T aorrm arrives Fordivlllo poo p a u 4 A i i r I I 1U f N Jiii i 1 t Itl1 f VJ PJJ r is p IT 4 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 i t r I I I f l +trw t I i i 1 ih i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBASE SONS Publlihtnr Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1195 if paid at the end of year CARDS OP THAN KB over five lines charged Or ftt the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iAt of 5 tnta per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is Cot correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address robscrlbers should Rive their old as wells the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1000 For Congress HON BEN JOHNSON THE STATE FAIR The State Fair in Louisvilh last week was a success far be yond the expectations of even its promoters With rain four day out of the six coupled with tin fact that the time in which to make arrangements tend complete tho details for such u big under taking was insullicient the result attainedwould have at the open ing seemed impossible- It is estimated that over 10000 people visited the fair despite the contrariness of the elements nnd the net profits realized reached over 12000 Asignificant faci connected with the large attend anco is that a large portion of the visitors wore from out in the State Louisvilles success is Kentuckys success and should be her pride That the metropolis and the State at large are forming closer tics and are working side by side for for a bettor and greater Kentucky wns never more fully exemplified than at last weeks fair The agricultural exhibit was nlI most beyond human conception and the other displays wore an equal credit to the exhibitors and management Only praise for everything connected with the fair was to bo heard Kentucky is to have another State Fair in the metropolis next year It will be bigger better and grander than this years for Kentuckians have become acquainted with the advantages that are to be derived from such an enterprise and will exert their en ergies to show the superiority of the States products and the rich nose of Kentuckys soil It is now believed that tranquility will be restored in Cuba with out armed American intervention Secreting of War Taft who is now on the scene of the trouble is quite hopeful of reconciliation between the contending forces and thinks that peace will be restored on the island in a holt time However it is not believed by those representing the business in terests of tho island that perma nent peace will bo restored without forcible intervention The withdrawal of Judge Homy B limned from the nice for State Auditor loaves the field door for Henry M Hosworth of Lexing ton There cure now throe State offices that have only ono aspirant each for the Democratic nomina tion there being no contests for Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State or Auditor Paul O titensland the Chicago bank wrecker after an absence of several weeks across the waters has returned to this country ac companied by several of Uncle Stuns ollicors He will now be given an opportunity to explain the whys and whoreforoness of his sudden departure Last evening Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad gave a dinner for Mr Hary S Hills The guests included the following Walter Oelze Late Behen and George Younger of Louisville CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I 1Bears the- I13ignatarof COMPLIMENTSMR Independent Voter From Taylor County Writes The Sun a Letter Campbellsville Ky Sept 6 19061 Rogers Gore Esq Editor SpnngHel Sun SirI had the pleasure of hearI ing Hon Ben Jobnson Democrat nominee for Congress in this dietrh deliver a speech at Campbellsville last Monday Please allow me throng the columns of your widely read paper to say that I was not only well please with the speech but also with the speaker 1 met Mr Johnson a short time before the spearing began and I want to say that I have met few men who so favorably impressed me He iis a fluent speaker he handles a subject with skill and drivea a fact in a most convincing and pleasing manner My letter would be too lengthy shoal 1 refer to even a few of the excellent arguments and new ideas he advance in his speech consequently my purpon in writing you is to briefly fiX press an opinion of tbe man I believe Mr Johnson will make a great Congressman He has the quail fication he is possessed of an elect tive mind I have convinced myself first of his fitness second of his honesty and third of his determina tion to advocate those measures and advance those ideas which when they become laws will mean tbe greatest good to the greatest numberI I have been an independent voter for a number of years At first I was jailed a bolter but later they caller me a mugwump Hence yen see that my determination to support Mr Johnson ia not due to the tact that I im a Democrat but to the fact that I honestly believe that snob a miu will he worth much to all the peopl 3f the district Althouuh he ia a loyn Democrat I relieve be will be as read and williug to look after the interests of his Republican constituents as be will be to loon utter the interests ot his Democratic constituents Ho is too big a man to do otnerwise Im National Congress needs just suot men as Mr Johnson it needs hones non men who can not be reached by partyleadersen which would mean the better uienl 3f the farmer of the toiling masses Indeed the betterment of tbe classes If they will be judged by a sense of Right and Justice If I knew Mr Johnson better I nave no doubt that I could say more in hit favor However upon short acqnaiiv tanct I have said these things about rim and I am willing to stake my pumpkin crop that I am right I shall support him loyallyVery truly- Indeptndent Think of Dr Scoops Catarrh Cure If your nose and throat discharges if your breath is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains 011 of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol elc incorporated into an imported ireamlike velvety petrolatum It oothes heals purifies controls Cull at our store for free trial box Severs Drug Co THE MOONSHINERSDAUGHTER loverport Talent Will Play at Lewisport Thursday Sep temper 27 Cloverport talent will give the play entitleditA Moonshiners Daughter at Lewisport on Thursday night of this weclt The play is given under the uspices of the Lewisport F and A M odge The Moonshiners Daughter isi a story of typical mountain life and olds au audience from beginning to ind The young people are putting in a reat deal of hArd work in rehearsing for the play They are W R Wilson T J Wine J D Bohler Chas OBrien W L McCracken Miss Nether Jackson Miss Josie Berry Miss Nina Wilkerso- nOBRIENPOPHAM larriagc of WellKnown Young People Mr Isador Popham of Clover port and Miss Katie OBrien of ooloyville were married on last onday evening at 730 oclock nt tho Catholic church near the home of the bride Tne young couple are well known and quite popular with- host a of friends FIFTH STATE DEVELOPMENTCONVENTION The time for holding the Fifth Stat Development Convention is growin near and prospects are that it will tie a great meeting Arrangements at Winchester for the occasion are near- Ing completion The program howeve Is being held np to await the nllinj of one or two places and will not be made public until completed thong an excellent one Is assured Tne Winchester Commercial Club iIs going to do all it can to make the Con vention a pleasant as well as a profitable occasion 1he excursion to Beattyville there to examine the coal- mInes gas wells and lumber plants and to be entertained with a barbecue given by the citizens of that enterprising mountain town will be ia delightful trip especially for the dele gates from the central western part of the State The railroads have fixed a rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip for all points in Kentucky to Winchets on account of tbe convention This a iis liberal concession on their part am is actuated by tbe interest which tbi railroads themselves have in the work of tne Development movement as they realize that A greater development of tbe resonrches of the States means ia corresponding increasa In their traffic Delegates to tbelConventionlis this year are not contined to those ap potted by the county judges mayors and commercial clubs but anyone wishing to attend may be appointed a delegate by addressing the Secretary Mr P J Altizer at Winchester who will have the appointment mane and ticket program etc sent in regulai courseThe business men of Kentucky owe it to themselves and to the State tc take an active Interest in the promotion of the objects of the De telupinent Association both locally mud by attending the Conventions We should ell work together for the material growth and progress of tht State in the exploitation of our re lonrce and the improvement of our in Instnul and commercial conditions This is the object of the Development Association which lu headed by men who are devoting their time money and energy to the movement without a cent of direct compensation Khow ing that in helping all the people they are also helping tnemelvos- Tnlfl County is as good as the best tad our citizens are just as active progressive and patriotic Lot us show tbls by sending a large delegation to the Convention this fall StartingI to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St- Clair St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death She writesliMy tomach was so weak from useless drugs bat 1 could not eat and my nerves so vrenked that I could not sleep and not before I was given np to lie was induced to try Electric Bitters with he wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth iOe Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Druggists Mrs C D Hambleton and Mrs Thos N Brickey Mattingly were in own Tuesday shopping SAMPLE Plenty of rain this week Several from here attended the State fair at Louisville Mesdames A C Hunter and L D Dowell wore in Hardinsburg Tuesday Claris Walls and wife are in liouisville this week Miss Ruth Allof Evansville is tho guest of her cousin Miss Lillian Dowell Taylor Weednian and wife of jodiburg have located for the resent in our midst Mrs C Horton of Colorado Springs is visiting at J H Mc Joys this week W IL Beauchamp was in llar linsburg Tuesday lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for ny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tails CatarrH Cure ToledoOWeJhoney for the last K years and believe him erfectly honorable In all his business tran ictlons and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm MARyiNWholesale O Rails Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ctlng directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot tile system Testimonials sent tree Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all rujrglsts Take Halls Family Pills for constipation CLOVERPORT WINS Ball Game From Hawesville Team On Last Sunday 16 t015- In a hall game between the Cloves port and Hawesville baseball teams on last Sunday afternoon on the local ba l diamond the Cloverport boys took the laurels after a hard fought battle of nine innings The game was attended by quite a crowd of men from the two towns and much interest was manifest ed Both sides went in with a determine lion to win anl only after the last in ning had been played that either Ide could claim any advantage The score stood 16 to 15 in favor of Cloverport am the local boys are jubilant over their victoryThe batteries were Cloverport Win and Wilson Hawesville Gillian Clark GerberThe makeup of the two teams was as followsCloverportGraham Fallon Ditzen bach OUrien Wilson Morrison Wine Bell Weatherholt Hawesville Gllliatis Gerber Steins herger Rosenblatt Kyler Sapp LaHec Clark Sterett The score by innings was as follows Cloverport 1 1 0 0 12 020 Oll Hawesville 10122111I 315 C7di9TRx-B theThe Kind You Have Alwajs BoUl Blgnttnr rt por NOTICE We will be closed Saturday September 29 for tho Jewish holiday SiuiiNSicy Duo- sCloerport Ky CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drucelsts CONSUMPTION rII NEW STOCK OF GOODS I I have opened up a new store in Hardinsburg Ky and have stock ed it with a full line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES AND IRIS I1am also carrying a full line of Undertakers goods 1 cordially invite the public to call in and see me and ask of them a liberal share of their patronage My Goods Are All New Highest market prices paid for produce of all kinds JOHN T HOBEN Hardinsburg Ky i Hello Central Give Me 193 Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat i Always on hand Say give us Your NextOrder and see if we do not please you WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky AN OLD FASH- IONEDBarbecvie WILL BE GIVEN AT Wittmers Ave Garden CANNELTON Saturday September 29 To which everybody is most cordially invited A Splendid Barbecued Dinner Will be Served for 25c Good Music Dancing day and night Games of all kinds such as Ten Pins Baby Rack Shooting Gallery Baseballs etc will bo there to amuse both old and young There will be two games of ball one in the morning the other in the afternoon A splendid Columbia Graphophono and 110 Records worth 75 will be raffled off during the day Every candidate is invited as there will be a big crowd of voters on hand Tho farmers and their families are especially invited Plenty to eat and drink for all who come Rain or shine dont fail to come W L MOORS Manager I Committee Chas Elmoro Art Elverd Fred Elverd Sam Conner J TELEPHONE GROWTH The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued jj- q statement of its business for the month of August and the t I increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows q M Number subscribers August 1st 1906 156601 tt- mI Number added during month oJ 3665 rtf Y Number discontinued 2827 t mHi n r 2 21== 2 == = i = = = IYourselfI YourselfShod IHows Your Footwear ITo keep your feet clad com fortable and cozy you should tW itEclipsewearers350 and 400 estI CONRAD SIPPELC- loverport IKy Imst1 V lV FALL SEEDSIf you are in need of Fall Seeds call on us We handle the best grades of Timothy Red Top Rye and Winter Turf Oats 0eK Washing Machine 750 Call on us for anything in tho Hardware line McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Ky Y4AAVI FOR SALE Wo will on the 15th of October close down and cease to operate tho Star Roller dill at this place All who have wheat stored with us will please como and settle and get pay for same We are also offering this plant and stockof wheat and Etc for sale Anyone wanting to engage in the milling business will find this a good opportunity Will sell for cash or in payments or exchange for good farm lands Star Roller Mills Co i c i we tc S- etcI 1cCt i J i 41I t sa wa we VI tt tt tI vi tfa 111 WI 1 1 j MIn 1 1r g6rei f t 1I boR 1b davi 5vl 5vplFI davl1 5S 5p sese vln vlN vld vlc vlti hItf tfritiri f rib ble ttst d st tl hifc tt- 4J 44 j ijc y I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 5 t t WckenrIdgewsEDISDAY AgedAgegisk boweLs weak kidneys asa ttd raM TORPID LIVER lilts Pills organsMiMniatlag asMIMPARTING VIGOR LlVEItTIleEugene Haynes was in Louisville last weekMr and MrsFrank English were in raiaville last week jjrsop samples of fine paper moulding etoV U Babb ge- 2c Miss Elizabeth Babbage returned to Louisville last week j Rev B M Carrie will be in Central City this week O Mr and Mrs Felix Eldor returned toTIenderson yesterday Ladles Home Journal tor October on sale at the News offiue rMr Clayton Beard of Hardinsburg was in Cloverporl Monday Mrs Elisha Collins and son Warfield went to Fordsville Monday Mrs H V Duncan was in Louis yule Thursday and Friday Mr Fred WhitenecK visited his family at Greenwood Ind Mrs J N Cordrey has received a complete line of fall millinery Miss Mary Heudry of Irvington is the guest of Mrs Harry White Miss Lula Severs has returned from a visit to iclatives at Chenault Miss Nancy Smith of Fordsville is the guest of Mrs Mary Oelze Mrs B M Cnrrie and children have gone to Nebo to visit her parents I Mrs Fred Fraize is visiting her sister Mrs R N Hudson in Versailles Miss Minnie M Blftkeo Loisville was visiting relatives here last week The Breckenridge News and the New Idea Magazine for 150 per year Mrs L G Gregory is the guest of Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory at Jfinley Miss Grace Plank and Miss Margaret Bum went to Louisville jibliaay C F Mattlngly and wife of Mor gsnfield are here on a visit to relativesMiss Hamilton of Sorgho is the guest of Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoct Mrs Hovions lichen went to Owens bbro Tuesday to visit ber sister Mrs R E Ayes Mrs J N Cordrey has a beautiful selection of Misses Hats stylish anjl serviceable Shapinsky Bros Cloverport is the place to buy your Mens and Boys Furnishings Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and little daughter Francis Lee were in Louis yUle last week Mrs J L Moorman visited her daughter Mrs Joe Harpole in Louis weekfPattern hats from Chicago Cincin nati and Louisville can be purchased at Mrs J N Cordreys Miss Mary Lin Ditto of Brandenburg will arrive here Friday to be the guest of Miss Maynie DeHaven Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both pones Owensboro Ky Send your orders for hats to the lead ing millinery establishment Mrs J N Oordrey Cloverport Ky Men 01 oak v Timbers of oak keep the old JKomestead standing throughJl the years It pays to use the I jnght stuff K 41 Men of oakare men in I Drugged health men whose t 1 bodies are made of the sound fist materials Childhood is the time to layi the foundation for a sturdy cont I slitution that will last for years ii- y Scotts Emulsion is the right st ffcScotts Emulsion stimulatest the growing powers of children fhelps them builda firm for a sturdy consti tiihdation 11 Send for free sample t SCOTT BOWNB Chemists I 409415 Pearl Street New York SOo ndOOZ all druggists ll- rs Ueorgd Younger arrived here from Louisville Monday night to be best man at the HillaOelze wedding this evening ShapIn sky Bros Cloverport are car rying a full line of the celebrated American Lady shoes Ladies call in and see our beautiful line of wraps They are the prettiest things out Shapinsky Bros Mrs Mary E DeHaven and daughter Miss Mayme DeHaven spent several days in Louisville last week the guest of Mr DeHaveus son Dr Fred De HavenMrs Mould Frost of Oakland Aru who has been rieitiug her uncle Mr Clayton Beard Hardinsbnig come here Monday in company with her uncle taking the train for her howe She bad a very pleasant trip Father Broy returned Monday from a visit of a week to his sisters in Kansas City and St Lunis On last jSunday he occupied the pulpit in t- Hosej Catholic church St Louis This week Father Brey 10 visiting relatives at Knottsville Mr and Mrs William Sahlie of Owensboro attended tho State Fair at JLouisville last week Mr Sahlie runs ia truck garden near Owensboro and IS doing it very successfully He has 28 acres part of which he farms and the other he devoteH to vegetables and small fruit Ho says he cleared last year on his piece of ground l OIl in cash besides hit living A nretty good record on that much ground It shows just what a man can do when ihe knows how and is willing to work Dinner a Success Tho dinner given here by the Ladies Aid of Ekron Baptist church Saturday was a snccesaNet proceeds5870 We desire to thank the public for the liberal patronage also 1those who are not members for their kind assistance Ladles Aid Notice in Bankruptcy Ill tlm District Court of tile United States IentuckyOwenstJoro IN IIANKUUPTCV In the matter of William E Drown 1Jliunkrupt On this 20th day of September A D 1806 Idoresldbunkruptot August A D IPOfl It U ordered hy the court Unit ti hearing Ilit had upon the sura on tliu 13th day of October A II 1WM tKjforo said court ut Federal Court Hull at Louis ville Ky In said district at 10 oclock In pructicahieon time In The Ilreckonrldgo Sows a news paper Printed In said district anti tlllt all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause If any they have why thu prayer of said petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable A M J SEAL Cochran Judge by designation of said Court and the seal thereof tit Owensboro Ientucky In said Septonibor A Q RONALD Clerk By DUDLEY LIMDEST Deputy Clerk Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States KentuckyOwonshoro IN BANKKUPTCY j UBankruptOn this 20th day of September A ft IPOt on considering the petit not tho aforesaid lbankrupt for discharge filed on the 31st day of August A D lOOt It Is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on jthe 13th day of October A D 1009 before said court at Federal lntipt hail at Louis thetorenoon timeIniprinted In said district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and placo and show cause It any they have why the prayer ot said petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable A M JSEA 11 Cochran Judge by designation of said Court and the seal thereof sall1districtSeptemberA O HoNAil Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY Deputy Clerk SUNDAY WORSHIP The Days Religious Services In Cloverport Churches On Last Sabbath METHODIST Rev B M Currie gave in addition to his Sunday morning sermon a summary of the financial reports of the Methodist church for the past year About 2400 has been collected since last September Fifteen persons have been taken into the church and a great deal has been accomplished in the mis sionary societies At the night service a goodsized congregation was in at tendance and heard an excellent sermon BAPTIST Regular services were held at the Baptist church on last Sunday mrn ing and evening Rev Lewis the pas ot occupying the pulpit at bath aerv ices His subject for the morning sermon vasuDe Not Overcome by Evil But Overcome Evil With Good The evening discourse was a continuation of the morning subject Rev Lewis handled his subjectlwell There was a good attendance at both services CATHOLIC At the Catholic church on last Sun day the pulpit was occupied by Father U H Moss of Cannelton Iud in the absence of Father Brey The Ob servpuce of Sunday was the subject of Father Moss discourse and it was delivered in an able manner + + JottingsS Just Here end There Theres so much good In the worst of us And BO much bad In the best of us That It behooves all of us Not to talk about the rest of us 000The big State Fair in Louisville over with the Owensboro fair is the next event scheduled Clov erport will be well represented Cloverport merchants are mak ing preparations for a good fall trade Goods are piling in ready for the trade A drummer made the remark recently that Cloverport is a pretty town in the day time If he wants a night view of our city well volunteer him the loan of a lantern Speaking of drummers they are as a class close observers An example Three drummers were engaged in conversation here the other day Their expressions were An enterprising town Good business men here Lots of pretty girls What Cloverport needs is a steam laundry This is a tip If youre a kicker you dont belong in Cloverport and the sooner you find it out the better oil Cloverport will be a Two things spoil a really good sermon A snoring man anda waxchewing girl a a The Cloverport graded school is starting oil this year with bright prospects The citizens should lend encouragement to it and hop make tIltS the banner year 000 With farmers prosperous whos got a right to grumble l 000- If you dont understand the phonetic system of spelling just write it down gal for girl cuss for curse and hoss for horse 000 Politics is not bothering the people in Cloverport to any great profitable000 The melancholy days are here Likewise the Fall poet 000 Cloverport and Breckenridge county are supporting several iin countyis000- The News is for Breckenridge county first last and all the time 000 Skidoo Mr Iceman welcome Mr Coalman will be the tune of Cloverport people ere many days go by 000 Head the advertisements of the local merchants in the News each week You will then be better posted on styles of the season and also keep in touch with the bargain counters 000A girl in Michigan marriedIman named Wrong Now they are both Wrong However it is expected that several little wrongs j will occur in the family as nio years go by 000If youre wisp Youll advertise poetryin000If some people had tile gift of seeing themselves as others see magnifying ooo A newspaper report says that a t dentist pulled a tooth for John D Rockefeller It wasnt necessary I to state that he pulled John Ds leg also ooo Dearest dearie dear wore the ondearino terms employed by mTIlionairo youngSoutherndreams said he and she did to to the tune of 60000 and now threateninghimhe says ho was only taking a fatherly interest in her Some gettingterest considering nos a millionaire I IA pltlve CATARRH Elys Cream Balm It qulcklablorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the FEVERstores DruggistsElyBrothers GO Warren Street New York DR TAYLOR Representing TAYLOR KEENE DENTISTS OF OWENSBORO Will be In Cloverport on the 12th 13th and 14th ot each t month Dr Ughtloot ofllee j t K fll thelM month Dr Kincheloes off- iceRemember X I t I II 5 i TilE 1 SEVERS DRUG CO J Will be Headquarters for i Christmas JeweleryII SEVERS DRUG CO j t = = L + J + j L LWants t I 1 WHEN YOU WRITK MENTION TilE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under tills head atone cent a word per week WANTKI 111111 TIMBER purtheulirsVress vlllelluband AUK Co lluwesvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE FOR ALEl6ltorso Power Traction En Just rebuilt and practically us good trlCCoFstorydwelling23 acres good timber rust under cultivation j IIlwleyvllloGood land and well watered For further 1 IyHHFOUi SALEFarms Adklsson Bros Cloverport Ky- JLJANTEDGentlcman or lady with good rlltorIIO20O I weekly and expenses advanced Address withI stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky I F thu1I0wllnlenrldRO News F tlwbranlhj acresInor wheat Irlco 11500 cash For further particulars write the HreckonrldKe News Cloverport Ky V Y lumherlWrite FOH HALEOne Globe Incubator and onlyhitivhngbeuntolireckenrhlgo1 F011 SALI20 shares Hroekunrldge Hank stock Address Jno D HabhaRo Clover port ICy mallTI manager manor J woman for this county und adjoining terri weeklyexpensepleasantposition j yuluahleWrltl ICNEIIALFOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines StreetLouisvilloOlsollnofonRlnesMAItTIN I LE ROY PLOWS j thccstlmonlals InhoRoyirawsV otherlowLutoyONRAD PAYNE 6 CO Cloverport COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 FrederIca Street Owensboro KyIpen day and night Rates 3100 per dayII r I IMEET 2ESSttsilIIjsdlslf5illjt ME AT NOLTES I f I Have you seen it I lOur Shoe Line Bigger better and more com plete than ever From Baby moccasins to grandparents l easy walkers including the snappy c stylish kind for the young generation not overlooking the school shoes for boys and girls Shoes for the whole familyLet us fit you College hats for boys and girls- S J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky r IF ITS- ENGRAVED CARDS You Want Then You Want Us TilE WORK IS DONE IN BUFFALO Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co Cloverport Ky 4T IIk Cadick Milling Co No Waiting Here t Just tellUS how much fhnf 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 Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Kytt 4T I TbtsI You Will Do bakingforentertainingYou the result should be satisfactorya little better than UM ordinaryLet help you by urging you to try a sack of CADICKSGOLD FLOURI- ts the Flour that pleases the Flour goodliversMAKERS Grandview Irvd A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pockel because You know it is safer You arc 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 BANK OF- CLOVERPORT jt Cloverport Ky J rI To Cure a Cold in One Day c8 Cure Crip 1to Two Days everybox 4 ai r i 1 t Iti J 1 y n 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 Jisk t I r- h r I t P i I i i I It t 1I I t ytI y Tired Netvous Mothezs MaKe Unhappy HomesTheir Condition Irritates Both Husband and ChildrenHow Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well ttA1rJ OineslelulY 11 Mrs Was rBrown 1IA nervous irritable mother often on the verge of hysterics is unfit to care for children it ruins a childs disposi tion and reacts upon herself The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female weak floss and she is entirely unfit to boar the strain upon her nerves that govern ing children involves it is impossible for her to do anything calmly The ills of women act like a firebrand upon the nerves consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration nor vous despondency i1 the blues sleep lessness and nervous irritability of women arise from some derrfugetnent of the female organism- Do you experience fits of depression with restlessness alternating with extreme Irritability Are your spirits easily affected so that one minute you laugh and the next minute you feel like crying Do you feel something like a ball ris lug in your throat and threatening to choke you all the senses perverted morbidly sensitive to light antj sound pain in the abdominal region and between the shoulders bearing down pairs nervous dyspepsia and almost continually cross and snappy- If so your nerves are in a shattered condition and you are threatened with nervous prostration Proof is monumental that nothing in the world is better for nervous prostra tion than Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound thousands and thousands of women can testify to this fact Ask Mrs Pinkhams AdvIccA Worn The Preachers Boy It is not uecetsnry to rush to the defense ot the preachers soy notwithstanding the prevalence of the cruel amt unjust declaration that preltu ers boys are usually the worse boys Tnis declaration is prevalent because the misdeeds ot one preachers boy will be letuombered long after misdeeds of a hundred other boys sons ofjnen engaged in secular pursuits are forgocten The trouble is that the average community demands entirely too mUch of the son of a preacher They seem to forget that he is human jnst like other boys and that he is fast as fall of boyishness as the son of the local lawyer the lucal doctor or the local grocer A prominent clergyman has just finished a thorough reseach into this matter and he gives tbe resnlts ot his work in tbe statement that among those whose names have been marked as worthy of remember ance because of some service in religion politics art science lit ra tnre commerce philanthropy or war fare 01 some other aspect of tbe vai ions life of the nation 1270 were tbe children of olegyinen 510 the children of lawyers 810 tbe children of doctors He makes the further assertion that tbe superiority whicn the clergy enjoy in respuct to their children to other profesions lies be youd dispute II Even allowing for tbe natural prejudices of a clergyman writ ing on this subject thoughtful men must admit that the old notion about preacbers los is absolutely with out foundation in fact In proportion to numbers more distinguished eons have come from clerical homes than from any secular profession a statement that may be verified by recourse to any biographical dictionary It is therefore high time to forget the old joke about preaoherss boys II Bryans Commoner The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strongest animal of its SIZ the gorilla also has the largest lunge Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chiefest study Live thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how 4 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 consump L tion O its grind for throat and lung trouble II Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free The man who never runs a bill But pale them as he should Ofj finds to hisstrpriee hen broke his credit Iif no good Mrs Chester Curry Leader of the Ladies Symphony Orchestra 42 Sara toga Street East Boston Mass writesDear Pinlcham For eight years I was troubled with ex treme nervousness and hysteria brought on by irregularities I could neither enjoy life nor sleep nlRhta I was very irritable nervous and despondent I Lydia E Iinkhams Vegetable Compound was recommended ami proved to bo the only remedy that helped me I have daily improved In health until I am now strong and well and nil nervousness has illsnptxwral Mrs Charles F Brown Vice Presi dent of the Mothers Club 21 Cedar Terrace Hot Springs Ark writes Dear Mrs Pinkhnm I dragged through nine years of miser able existence worn out with pain nnd ner vousness until it seemed as though I should fly I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled as I was and tho wonderful results she derived from Lydia K Iinkhams Vege table Compound I decided to try it I did so and at tbe end of three months I was a differ ent woman My nervousness was all gone I was no longer irritable anti my husband fell in love with me all over again Women should remember that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is the medicine that holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of female ills anti take no substitute Free Advice to Women Mrs Iinkhain daughterinlaw of Lydia E Iinkhain Lynn Mass invites all sick women to write to her for advice Mrs linlthamsvast experience with female trouble enables her to ad vise you wisely and she will charge you nothing for her advice- n Best Understands a Womans Ills 75000 Reward Elkton Ky Sept 11 1000 Dear Sir The Governor of Kentucky has offered a raw aril of 400 and this has been supplemented by a reward of fittO offered by the citizens of Todd county guaranteed by Bank ot Tren ton for the apprehension of one Godfrey Ray colored wanted at this place tor the murder of John C Dickinson Town Marshal of Trenton on Sept 8 10UO The said Ray some times known as Gohday is about 5 feet 0 inches in height weighs about 170 pounds great deal of white in his eyes between 25 and 811 years old very dark brown color clean shaven large mouth thick lips prominent front teeth unusually broad shoulders carries one shoulder higher tgan the other in walking wears hat low on face when last seen wore light coat black trousers white shirt and sailor hat When last seen or neard of was between Adairville Ky and Adams Station Tean Any information given wMl be highly appreciated and upon his delivery to the Jailer of Todd counts toe above reward will be paid Newspapers everywhere please copy W S Shelton Bheriif Todd county In these davs of rash and hurry courtesy is often forgotten In the mad pell mell rnsb of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone A bastely eaten meal and its resultant headache may canse us social or financial loss The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a dose of Kodol For Dys pepsin It digests what you eat and puts your stomach back into anape Sold by all druggists Miss Ditto Returns From New YorK Miss Addle G Ditto who has been visiting the Misses Porter in New York City has returned to her home in uoaisvillp Miss Ditto visited many places of interest ID the east and had a most delightful visit No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed There is always that possibility ot of a little too ranch wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided Toe thinking man afraid whose stomach sometimes goes back on him provides for bis stomach by keeping a bottle of KodolFor Dyspepsia within reach Eodol digests what you bat and rest ored the stomach to the condition 4 to property perform its functions Sold bj all druggists A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES MulllnsFlemlng Feud on the Pike County Border Captain Hatfield Shot by His Brother Three Men Arrested on Murder Charge Sergent Ky Sept 201n an en gagement between members of the Mullins Fleming factions on the Letcher and Pike county border James Anderson 32 a member of the Mulllns faction was killed and Hiram Mulllna leader of his faction was mortally wounded Another member of the Mullins party whose namo could not be learned was shot but It lt not known how seriously and John Fleming of the Fleming faction was wounded in the left leg Forty shots are said to have been fired Hatfield Fratricide Williamson W Va Sept 20Dr- E R Hatfield fatally shot It Is charg ed his brother Captain Hatfield son of Devil Anse Hatfield and who gained much notoriety because of his connection with the famous feud of that nnme For some time the broth ers lived together but It Is reported that they quarreled frequently The shooting took plnco at their Virginia home directly across the river from War Eagle Charged With Murder Lancaster Ky Sept 21Sam and Jones Simpson brothers and Curt East are under arrest here charged with the murder of James Casey and Nathan Taylor The charred bodies of Casey nnd Taylor were found In the I ruins of Caseys home which burned last Sunday night East and tho Simpsons will be held to await the result of tho coroners Inquest which will be held Saturday Resisted Arrest Hinton W Va Sept 20 Frank Finley and Kanner Finloy worn shot and killed In Allen county while try ing to arrest A L Herman for the murder of Jerry Davis at Martin Ky one year ago Frank Finley was brotherinlaw of the murdered man The shooting was done by Herman at his home where the attempt to make I the arrest was made Lamp Exploded Covington Ky Sept 20ln a panic following a lamp explosion at the funeral of Tames Galllvnn who suicided tiers Frank Geeallng was dangerously burned The explosion compelled a postponement of tho funeral Although the lamp exploded In the death chamber the flames wore extinguished before they reached the casket Powder Magazine Blew Up Nashville Tenn Sept 17 The powder magazine of the Keystone Powder and Manufacturing company four miles north of Nashville in which was stored 10000 pounds of dy namite ciploded considerable damage being done to houses In tho neigh borhood and hundreds of fowls killed Incendiarism is suspected Tragedy Over Politics Ashland Ky SopL 17 Frank Jones was killed and I C Jones his father seriously wounded by George Freeman at the Jones farm in Oklaho ma 25 miles south The cause of the trouble was the elder Jones appointment as Democratic central commit teeman over Freeman The murderer escaped Was Murdered Huntington W Va Sept lSR H Baker 76 was murdered in his store at Darboursville 10 miles cast of here his skull having been crushed with a pick There is no clue to the mur derer Baker was a former member of the legislature and prominently connected throughout this section Farmer Shot Maysvllle Ky Sept 18 William Savage a farmer of this county was found dead in his field shot through the mouth and heart with a shotgun He was working with a second cousin Chester Savage 13 who since disap peared A posse Is scouring the woods In search of the boy Peonage Indictment Knoxville Tenn Sept 19Robert B Oliver a railroad contractor of this city was indicted by the federal grand jury In session here on the charge of peonage The indictment contained 25 counts The defendant is a brother of W J Oliver also an extensive rail road contractor Suffocated In a Tunnel Hinton W Va Sept 17John asphyxiated miles west of this place His train stalled in the middle of the long hole and before his fireman could operate the engine Bess was dead Wants Money Back Hopkinsville Ky Sept 17J M MoKnlght filed suit against the ODell Commission company of Cincinnati for the recovery of 53625 which he claims to have lost in speculation from July 1905 to February 1900 Confessed to Murder Paducah Ky Sept 17James Gra lam confessed to the murder and rob bery of Claude Bass claiming he kill ed Bass for his money Ho IIs alleged to have said he killed Bass with as Iron bar Prohibition Won Cadis Ky Sept 17ln the local precinctsgaveTti other fed precincts will probably yeluce the aairUy to 60 A Story of Ole Hall A curious tale of Ole Bull is told In a book on violins and violinists It seems that In 1831 being then twenty one years of nge the famous violinist wandered to Paris The cholera was raging nnd Mnllbnin singing He went to hear her and his landlord decamped with his possessions including his vie lin He was speedily reduced to ex tremity During the last dinner that he was able to pay for he made the acquaintance of n remarkable man To this stranger Ole null confided his mis eWes At the conclusion the stranger said abruptly Well I will do some thing for you If you have courage and C francs I have both said Bull Thou go to Frascatls tonight at 10 oclock pass through the first room go Into the second where they play rouge et nolr und when a new talllc begins put your 5 francs on rouge and leave It there Bull did as directed and when his 0 francs had become 400 he took them up after an episode with a woman who attempted to take them Red continued to win and hind he left his money longer he would have won an Independent sum The stranger who was present as LIs elbow was Vldocq the French detective already a European celebrity A bath cleanses tbeekin and rids the pores of refute A bath makes for bet ter fellowship and citizenship Not only should the outside of the Cody DO cleansed bnt occasionally use of lax ative or cathartic opens the dowels sad clears tho system of effete matter Best for this me DeWitts Little Earlv Risers Pleasant little I pills that do not gripe or sicken sold by all druggists TitrUeyV Spay of Hntnlng Ilorenuo The laud In all Turkey und her do peiulimcloH belongs to the reigning sal tan nnd Is truly occupied at his will It IIs divided among those who wish to cultivate It at it nominal rental of one fifth of the produce which goes direct ly to the crown Three flfths more are taken from tho lessee on other pre texts all for the maintenance of tho government the pasha in each district having the authority to lease the ground and collect the taxes which Inns he in kind or money If crops are short they take fourfifths of nil the man has in animals and oven In house hold utensils sometimes all his posses sions to ninke up the deficiency which Providence limns withheld Everything that can produce be it a tree beast fowl worm or the labor of a man and his fancily Is subject to the fourfifths tax Those who toll at any labor or tmdo other than agriculture nro taxed also pro rata according to their wages sad musj pay or go to prison Pear Boils Wcekly Piles positively cnred with Pr Bohoop a Magio Ointment Its made tor piles alone and it does the work to perfection Itching painful pro trading or blind piles disappears like magic Sold by stovers DrugXo IIMV to Itiiniivc n Corn Tr It Exp e the rump rued poke the linger tips of your ricis hand over It slowly timid earestagiyI ut the same time seiul livc n vibration trout the brain to the corn If It Is a soft corn 413 vlbrat vis per second will sulllce if n hard corn put on a forced draft Repeat slowly I am now sending a current of thought force Into my corn and so separating deducing disintegrating ren dering splitting sundering splinter lug snipping dwelllcutlng whittling dispersing dislocating eliding divorc lug pulverizing slashing slicing and dissecting iit that presently it will pass away Repeat it three times then with rising Inflection Avauut avaunt avaunt Finish by repeating the password The universe Is mine I am It The corn will at first look extremely surprised then wilt and fade beautifully from sight New Thought 5000 Reward will be paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether or chloroform or their derivatives in any of Dr Miles Remedies This reward is offered because certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market which have not been tampered with Dr Miles remedies cure by their strengthening and invigorating effect upon the nervous system and not by weakening the nerves- I consider that there are no better remedies put up than Dr Miles Nervine AntlPam Pills and Nerve and Liver Pills We have used them for years and recommend them to many others My wife Is using the Nervine and considers It the best medicine In the world A lady friend of mine who was almost a total nerv ous wreck through my earnest solid tation has used several bottles fit the Nervine with wonderful results WM cnOMB Halt Lake City Utah Or Mlles AntiPi ln PHIs are told by your druggist who will guarantee that the first Nckag Will teneflU If It falls tie Will turn ybur tgoney 26 dosed WI cents NOVIFseidin buntI dneg lcciiI 11ca11 Co Elihart Ind 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Any ONE of the BIOOLB BOOK S sap the PARM JOURNALS YBARStJremalnder nUMCand lll ol IftrYWS a 1S09 and aID star by bfall 1o any address for A DOLLAR KILL Samplel of FARM JOURNAL and circular dewrlbln l BHjqLB 1JCWJCflree c4Pettaua a ttl rrp pS aJ9AU45Jlt1 4I1 un r ITI TT j t PA JWal I- Feat total and pens from Bent lug 11- wear for Way mau caseYt anda t wasago agobeat ealplaemalJ unt beet to c- Unl nea mUf out min Ace day T nbo dos tur Lot am thu lor- I yet 1 Des an ws del mid eat WI ed 1ft C W alto too I etrl ttki kiof ofIc 0 of E B a c F 1 1 I t r J i I A I 1 5 v fr x t + I I j o- t = THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 7 4y ard nls- lary tHWu J terI terIA tera l Io I 01y o on sal 4s fi 4HIt s i 4 i I s 4- 1v7 q r PATHETIC CASE Lf OF YOUNG MAN w ti talked From Henderson County to Louisville to Have Ills ffEy s Treated rj Louisville Pest I Fearing that each boar woald bring total Dhndnesa to his diseased eyes and with the Loniaville Medical Dispensary his goal Otto Yaentz trod from his home near Kobarda Station Henderson county to the city atriv log here this morning Totally without moans he called at the Mayors offise for assistance He was sent to tae Wayfareraa Rest where he will re main while he is being treated The case is Singularly pathetic Yaentz IS twentyone years of age and the son of the late James Yaentz a farmer of Henderson county who was Killed by lightning several years ago Yaentze death revealed ne had blaA1places to support bis mother He managed to make out an existence until a few weeks ago when his eyes became affected with disease similar to cataract Unable to obtain treatment anywhere near hIs home Ynentz realized tbat he must go blind Although he was without means for railraod tare be deter mined to make his way here on fcot Accordingly he left his home on Thurs day last Twice during the trip afoot of about 200 miles ne was forced to lay down in the road until his sight re turned When the physicians at the Louisville College of Medicine examined him this morning they found that two well defined cataracts had formed They extena little hope to the youth of being able to save his eyes READ THIS Hopkinsvllle Ky June 7th 1101 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 paned a large gravel and I hzfve never suffered since passing the same three years ago I nave recom menaed it to many others who report ed themselves cured I most heartily Y commend it to all sufferers from tldner or bladder diseasesSam Dean A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes eemianal emissions weaR and lame backe rheninatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children If not sold by your druggist will be uent by mall on receipt of fl One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 030 St Louis Mo Send for teat momals Sold by all druggists Announcement Mrs Alfred Hennen Br announ ces tbe engagement of her daughter Frances Hall to Lieut John Pope Mc Adams of Fort D A Russell Wyom ingNo date has been fixed for the event but it lla believed it will occur some time in October Hancock Clatlon 3 Cloverport Boy Joins The Army Sergeant Jacobs of the local recruit ofClovATportf 1 be assigned to coast artillery Liauten oat Redd of Evansvllle will have t severall recruits to muster in the service when he arrives Saturday Dots Your Stoma- chrOothlr You 1 Dr Shoops Restorative Cures AH Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves dontelecttofoat let it ro At the drat lira ot distress us- e8r Shoopa Restorative and end all these trouble These aches are lliUalltbel art rraptoma of coming disease Isltwtio to Ignore emt You wbo set a hearty meal witb tea sense of fullnesrA followed by a period t lassltud or ldrowsmees beware leccthesecbddl ssssssV rite distressing lndtgesUonyoeU fceoome a sallow miserable dys+ yeptio JDo you experience ana eUlU8ImP tomesdL tetumlair+awing at pit ot atom aoa rumbling fot gas belch appetitetlness If you gutter la any ot clearJMlereevidence of disease PutYtne dlirestlro nerves In tbelsbouldDonserves natural force gentle tonic natures help LIQWdIshould be taken to do this It Is the only pre Mrlption which builds up or even attempts M restore the Inside stomach nerve Sold wr SEVERS DRUG CO vulgarity No Itlull Trnlt There are certain nations that have the quality of vulgarity strongly In the blood antI Indeed It seems to testify to a strong and full blooded vitality a desire for self assertion and thus we may expect to find vulgarity dogging like a shadow the footsteps of strong capable and pushing nationalities But there are certain nations that have beon accused of many faults that yet have never beeu accused of being vul gar The Irish are a case In point They have been accused of levity of undue conviviality of frivolity of a tendency to romance of uutrustworthl ness of Irresponsibility but they have never been accused of vulgarity There lies deep In the Celtic temperament a rich vein of emotion a strong relish for the melancholy side fir life It Is on this that their Incomparable sense of humor Is based and It may be said that no one who feels at home with melancholy who luxuriates In the strange contrast between the possibilities and the per formances of humanity Is in any dan ger of vulgarity for one of the essen tial components of vulgarity Is a com placent self satisfaction and If a man Is apt to dwell regretfully on what might have been rather than cheerfully upon what Is there Is but little room for complacency A C Benson In Atlantic Tho Ilrltlili Tonndnniiter The British banquet differs from the American only In that tho chairman presides but does not keep order or announce the toasts That Is attended to by a professional toastmaster who Is a large person with a volcanic voice While the guests are assembling he stands at the doorway and announces the names of the arrivals who are then greeted by the chairman and passed Into tho push When the guests are seated he takes up his station behind the chair of the presiding officer and commands order iu these terms My lords mind gentlemen I pray you silence We will now listen to tho toast to his Imperial majesty the German emperor responded to by his excel lency tho lord chancellor For the rest the speeches drawl and drag as In New York with now and then a sparkle of wit or a flash of mental en orgy usually from some unexpected quarter The turtle soup Is no better than ours The toastmaster gets 10 for a nights work Xow York World Protection For Swimmers Cotton in the ears said a physi clan should be used by all those who swim out beyond their depth You know how often good swimmers of that type drown dont you Their drowning Is Imputed to cramp but you will never find one of tho drown ed with his ears stuffed with cotton Why Ill tell you why Because It Isnt cramp that causes these drown Ings It Is a perforation of the eardrum followed by unconsciousness due to the pressure of the water Cramp Isnt after nil the deadly thing It Is made ont to be If you got a cramp In your leg while swimming It Is easy enough to roll over on your back and float The cramp wojht kill you But a perforation of the ear drum Is different It take away your senses and down you gb like a log So always If you are going to do much swimming stuff yotton Iin your earsNew York Press t Diamond Jllae Prlidni Each of the great South A frlcan dia mond mines has Its several Compounds where theKafllrs are Imprls ned These arc Inclosures with wallsufficiently high to prevent escape and around the walls Is a stretch of roofing sufficient to prevent the Inmates from tossing diamonds to tho be picked up by outsldefto early days the Kafllrs used diamonds over the walls in tin can so that their wives or friends might come and pick them up When the KufMrs go to Kimberley from their trlbcp they agree to submit to Imprisonment The shortest period Is three months but there aro many wile have qever been put of the compounds for two cvr three years Worlds Work j eldestWen went tColorado he and his brother openeda law office at Idaho Springs under the firm name p JEd vglgottif Fro Later the partner hip was dissolved The future senator packed his fW as sets Including the sign that had hung putsj e of his offlQeL upon a burro and started for Georgetown a mining town farthur up In the jullls Upon his ar rival ho was greeted by a crowd of miners who crlt rally surveyed him and his outfit One of them looking first at tho sign j that hung over the pack then at W lcott and finally at the donkey ventured Say stranger which of you Is ffid The Art for the Parasol A well adjust d parasol enables you to hide blushes you dont want people to see and to hide tho blushes that arent there Iifr you want people to think they are and it enables you to cut people wiia deserve to be cut and to avoid peopl whom you darent cut but whom you particularly dont want to seeTho eWorld and His Wife Shaving The earl iJt known mention ot ehav Ins Is In t he Bible Genesis xliv 14 And ho Joseph shaved himself and came be ore Pharaoh Shaving the beard WAS Introduced by the Romans slbout 300 BC J TIe Optlmlit Small BoyPa what Is an optimist PaAn optimist my son Is a man who doesnt care a blank what happens so that IIfedoesnt happen to him Life Thtc wages of sin have not materially chaneVd jn some thousands of years Br Lcjtils GlobeDemocrat TALKS WITH CUBANS Taft Finds Undertaking Will Not Be Easily Accomplished FORCE OF MARINES LANDED t Was Sent to Guard Valuable Interests Near Clenfuegos President Palma Declares He Will Resign Rather Than Compromise With Rebels Con cerning Disputed Elections Havana Sept 20Detachments of marines and sailors from United States warships were landed at Clen fuegos for the protection of the Sole- dad Constnncla and Hormlguero American sugar estates Secretary Taft says he has Just be gun his work and that It Is evident that the mission on which he came will require more time than ho antici pated He intimated that 10 days will be required but he could not say whether It will be necessary to visit Insurgent camps or other cities During a conversation with Presi dent Palma at the palace Secretary Taft reiterated the sentiments sot forth in President Roosevelts letter and expressed the hope that the visit could contribute to peace President Palma reviewed the various aspects of the electoral problem In Cuba Asked whether the govern ment had taken steps to effect a com- promIse the president replied In the negative Secretary Taft asked If any revolutionary demands are directly affected by these negotiations President Pal ma replied that the program of the revolutionists includes the absolute annulment of the last elections and that If by compromise It should be agreed to hold partially new elections he Palma would no longer continue as executive because his prestlgo would suffer and to do so would be a drawback to constitutional govern mont President Palma said that ef forts to bring about peace he left to the political parties On receipt of President Roosevelts letter the gov ernment limited Itself to suspension of hostilities The presidents of tho Moderate and Liberal parties submitted to Secretary Taft their respective statements of the facto leading up to tho revolution and tie conduct of belligerents Each of the presidents will present a writ ten statement of tho peace terms te winch they are willing to agree Secretary Taft Informed Vice President I Mendez Capote Senator Alfredo Zayas and General Monacal that Wednesdays conferences were purely preliminary and that all will be heard againYoung officers will be selected to command forces In Cuba In case the army Is sent there Is the plan prac tlcally decided on at the war depart ment General Funnton probably will bo In command and his chief lieutenants are likely to be Brigadier Gener ala Thomas H Barry and William P Duvall who recently completed an In spection of the German army maneu versNotwithstanding the presence of Secretary Taft in the Cuban capital emergency preparations are going for ward It Is unlikely that either Secre tary Taft or Mr Bacon will communi cate with the state department on matters relating to their mission What ever they may have to communicate will be sent direct to President Roosevelt Neither Is Information from the diplomatic representatives of the Unl ted States In Cuba concerning the progress of negotiations expected at the state department because those representatives omclaly have nothing Gonzales Munoz editor of the Span ish edition ot the Havana Post an American newspaper was arrested by order of Secretary Montalvo on ac count of an editorial criticising the government and Secretary Montalvo Jn particular and insisting that just tlce demands the Immediate release ot political prisoners Is pri vate secretary to the speaker of the house of representatives Govern ment officials consider tho article par Mccarty reprehensible because of Its emanating from a1 employe of the government Members ot the cabinet said Munoz who is a Spaniard should be deported as a pernicious foreigner SMITH INSTALLED New Governor of Philippines Gives as Outline of His Policy Manila Sept ZOJames F Smith was Inaugurated governor general of the Philippines- A large crowd viewed tho parade ot troops Governor Smith In his ad dress announced that his policy would be the policy of President McKinley Secretary Taft the education and preparation of the people for popular Beltgovernment Discussing politics Smith said I personally doubt th independence 1is peoplearohIndependent nationality ban given rood government peace and content Independence without force ot means to maintain it Is not worth having Independence without good government Is deceiving For Roosevelt In 1908 Seattle Wash Sept 20The Re publican state convention nominated as candidates for congress all the In cumbents as follows W F Hum phrey Seattle F W Cushman TacoJ ma W L Jones North Yakima Also present judges of tho supremo court The convention adopted by rising vote a resolution demanding tho renoml nation of President Roosevelt in 1903 PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGECloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BARRAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court al Hardinsburg especiallysolicited Mr Wortham will be in attendance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February Maj and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY will practice his profession In an ot u Courts ot Breckenridge and adjoining cowl ties Special attention given to collectln road cases and criminal practice License t practice In United States District Courts Office cvel Bank ot Ilardlnsburit Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May L Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSV1LU o PACKET COI- NCORPORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Louisville Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a n Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p n Through freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville flyl Clovorport to Evansville ljl Cloverport to Owensboro 71 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Supt Tramps Welcomed In Delaware Delaware Is the only State in the Union that welcomes tramps Advices received today from Sussex county state that hoboes are arriving in droves from all parts of the country preparatory to picking fruit So badly do the fruit growers and farmers In general need help to gather their crops that many of them are actually helping the tramps build wigwams in order tbat they will be comfortable and not seek pastures new In some cases these temporary houses are being built on the farms Labor IB very scarce in lower Delaware and the negro help is nor able thus compelling the farmers to encourage tbe influx of hoboes In view of the expected large fruit crop the welcome to tramps will extend throughout tbe State Merchants in the various towns are laying in large stocks to feed the newcomers Balti more Sun Good for the cough removes the cold the cause of the cough Thats the wotk of Kennedys Laxative Honey nd Tarthe original laxative cough syrup Contains no opiates Sold by all druggists Thieves chloroformed family of Ml chlel Cody Sr near Marysvllle 0 and ransacked the house taking 70 Lovett Nicholson 22 soldier In Third U S Infantry drowned at Ft Crook Nob Son of Mrs J G Nicholson of Hamilton O Judge P B Stanbery 74 prominent citizen of Pomeroy 0 died of heart disease Was an old soldier and served on Gen H B Ewings stat James S Neville mayor of Bloom Ington Ill died at West Baden Iud Democratic state convention of Massachusetts will be held at Boston Oct 4- Tho armored cruiser North Carolina will be launched at the Newport News shipyards Oct 6 Joseph Molot superintendent killed by explosion of dynamite at Deering harvester works In Chicago Rebecca S Clark 73 known as So phia May writer of books for chil dren died at Norrldgewook Me Failures during the week numbered 176 In the United States against 218 last year and 16 In Canada compared with 28 a year ago SI I Vitality I is the III Measure III of Life II IWhether in a man or a racehorse vitality is the measure of life The friend who is cold II andapathetic is not a joy the salesman who is not enthusiastic is not a real salesman the Ipublication which has not abounding life Ivitalitydoes not sell goods The BHECKENIUDOK NEWS has health strength and youth30 years young It has faith in lifel1n enthusiasm for it which is contagious If your advertisement is sur irounded by the good cheer the sound sense Ithe healthy spirit of our publication it has a mighty good chance to succeed I III Jno Da Babbage Sons Pub Co III Cloverport KyIm IWI School Books School Supplies i Complete 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 rTHE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky fd PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr rr 7 r3rr 1 r ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR 38 Louisville to CaliforniaS- ept 15 to October 31 1906 Dally Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip ARKANSAS INDIANS TERRITORY OKA LAIIOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays ot each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Arl zona and Texas Full Particulars had of Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A LoutSTllli 1The most centrally located ard 1200 firstclass rate hotel in the city onlyII Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and ielean r3r ryr tCa r3vr O4IIl Sour StomachNo nerr ness headache censtlpatlon bad bruit general debility sour risings and alarm of the stomach are all due to IndlgesMeft Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsoev ery represents the natural Juices of dlfet Uon u they exist In a healthy atcmaek combined with the greatest known tertt and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsla Cure does not only cure lndlgestle and dyspepsia but this famous remedf cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthsnlM the mucous membranes lining the stomas iiwutrosubiedwlth sour RsT stomwh nswood for W twnF Vaareaarr Kodol cured rot snd ws lie now uslnt It la mm torbsby Koclol Dllesta What Yea atBottles cable which saltforoo5ctssa the totareH by Ie 0 DeWITT a 00 OHIOAMt r i r II 1 I i ii it lS V Y YIIM i ir e I t g THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYt SEPTEMBER 26 1906 laY e G G1Kk F I j I i II i t lIT l 4 l I J i- P k rjI j s jI I I r r1 i j jr rr- sr r ti The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 261906 FOURTHDISTRICT DISTRICTTEACHERS Annual Meeting To Be Held IIn Elizabefhtown October 19 and 20 1906 Ihe annual meeting of the Fourth District Educational Association con vanes in Elizabethtown Friday and Saturday October 10 and 20 1106 The meeting promises to be one of the most interesting and instructive ever heldare by teachers weilinfoimed on the topic assigned them The program is as follows FRIDAY MORNING Music Invocation Rev Henderson Address of WelcomeG K Hol bertResponseJR Coyle Leitchfield Organization and Enrollment AFTERNOON SESSION 130 OCLOCK Round Table State Couse of Study Leader Snpt J W Bush Wash ington county Supt Joel H Pile Breckenridge countyMiss Lizzie Graham Green county Snpt W T McClain Nelson countySupt W B Arnold Meade county The Teachers Greatest TaskT- E Mason Hodgenville What 1 Saw In EuropeMis Francis Smith Elizabethtown EVENINO SESSION 8 OCLOCK Music Recitation Selection Miss Mattye Reid Glendeane Anglo Saxon MealsttSupt James H Fnqua SrFlankfoItS- ATURDAY OCT 20 MORNING SESSION 9 OCLOCK MusicInvocationDr Early The Normal SuhoolsH h Cherry Bowling Green Round Table Primary Work Leader Mrs E E Olcott Eliza bethtown Ky Mi B Dora Gibson Beaver Dam Mrs M EWood Hodgenville Business Session AdjournmentWrite E Olcott or Supt J L Pilkmton of Elizabethtown Ky that you are coming and arrange meats will ho made for you When purchasing ticket be sure that tne agent gives you a certificate of fare paid that yon may get the benefit ol the reduced rates on return home Reduced rates of one andone third fare 113 plus 25 cents for round trip- Elizabetbtown is near the center of the Fourth Congressional District and Is easily accessible by railroads Ten years ago the Association was organlz ed here We would be pleased to have present a largo delegation from every county in the district Let us make this a very pleasant and profitable I mooting of tho Association With the Sick Mrs Ceris Sahli of Hites Run is illMrs oJ C Mesorve near Tar Springs is among the sick Miss Maggie Fella of Addison 0 has been sick for several days Mrs Joe Porter who has been ill for some time iis improving The little son of George Mullen 1 is ill of remittent fever h Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition YouJ certainly know what to take then take it Ayers Sarsaparilla t If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine This Ii the ant question your doctor would J ak Are your bowels regular 1 Ha knows that dally action of the bowels Ii absolutely ouentlal to recovery Keep your liver active and your bowels regular by taking laxative dose of flyers 11- 11tHadO by J O Ayer Co Lowell Mesa AUo manufacturer or HAIR VIOOR ersAGUE CURE PECTORAL Wo hsM no aeoreteI We publlib the formula of all our medicines I TERRIBLE ITCHING SCALP HUMOR om Badly Affected With Sores and Crusts Extended Down Behind the EarsSome Years Later Painful and Itching Pustules Broke Out on Lower Part of BodySon Also Affected IA TRIPLE CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES I About ton years ago my scalp became badly affected with sore and itching humors crusts etc and extend I ing down behind the cars My hair came out in places also I was greatly troubled understood it was eczema Triedvarious remedies so called without effect Saw your Cuticura adver tisement and got them at once Applied them as to directions etc and after two weeks I think of use was clear as a whistle II I have to state also that late last fall October and November 1904 I was suddenly afflicted withhad erup tionl painful and itching pustules over lower part of the body suffered dreadfully In two months under tho skilful treatment of my doctor con joined with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment I found myself cured upithfinally painful eruption all over tho body I procured the Cuticura Remedies as soon as possible and after his faithful uso of same was as well as ever in two weeks as well as I can recall Ho has never had a return of the illness 03 far as I know I have always been pleased to commend the Cuticura Remedies and testify S to their emcnerI am Ii veteran or the late Civil War 6105 between seventy and eighty years of age Yours truly H M F Weiss Hnanmnnrt Christian Co 111 Aug 31 1905 evephumorconilitlng of P fc Ointment Secaeoveat Seclo form of Chocolate Coated rill 25e ptr rial of60 moy bt had of oil dninliti A ilorle itt often cure the molt dlitrenlng caxi when all cite lolll Potter Drug Jt srChem io 1FrSrfICr rmIIIS ran About the SUn Scalp llandi and Uali ELECTRIC ANDKIDN- EYSSTEPHENSPORT EtIJJsTson Rev Gibbons left Tuesday for Central City to attend conference- G B Cunningham returned Sunday from Oklahoma very much displeased in the way things were misrepresented to him about the sale of those lots at Medford Miss Eva McGehee of Irving- ton is visiting Mrs Andrew Crn wfordIMrs D II Severs and daughII tel were in town Saturday enroute- to j their home in Cloverport Chester Payne of Webster was the guest of Mrs G W Payne i Sunday Mrs J W Schopp is in LouisI yule for a few days I Mrs John McCoy and daughter have returned from a visit to Louisville t Mrs Ed Atkinson and son Edward Carr are visiting her parents at Sebree The Ladies Aid will meet at- the M E church Thursday October 4- Sam I Gilbert has sold his dwelling to Tom Smith of Chenault Mr Gilbert has purchased the- Jim t Brashear property from his I daughter Mrs Sy MerritteMrs Chas Wagoner of Clover port was the guest of her parents Mr Barbee and wife Sunday t Geo McMillen and daughter I- IElJa Lewis of Hawesville were guests of his parents here Sunday t Wo were glad to see Aunt BetsyII toff in her old accustomed place lt church Sunday She is nearing tier eightyseventh birthday She- lies J been a faithful soldier of the- cross and sits in the old homo done just waiting for the sum mons to the new home above Mrs L D Fox is improving at- this writing There are quite a lot of apples being shipped from this place Mrs Charity Norton of Colorado Springs was the guest of- Tier brother Gid McCoy Sunday Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star was a guest at the Conn house Saturday night Will Gardner of Irvington passed through town Sunday en- toute to Chenault INA TIONALTOBACCO TOBACCOGROWERS A large number of leading tobacco growers from Kentucky Tennessee Virginia Maryland Ohio IndIana and Wisconsin will meet in convention in Clarksville Tenn on October 10th the occasion being tho Third Annual Convention of tho NatIonal Tobacco Growers Association or the American Society of Equity Department of Tobacco This department was organized 1 In Lyncbburg Virginia November lOtl 1004 with an attendance of fifty delegates from Kentucky North Carolina and Virginia At that meeting officers were chosen and plane laid for a vigorous campaign of education among the members At this time the membership of the Association was approximately 20000 The second meeting was held In Owensboro Ky October 18th 19th and 20th The attendance was much larger than the first meeting several hundred people being present and taking part in the deliberations More than one hundred accredited del egates were present and looked after the business end of the work Wiscon sin Ohio and Indiana were represents In additon to the states aboved named Practical plans for a complete organization of the growers were instituted as were also plans for mak ing cooperativo sales and for holding crops until a fair price was offered A Committee was appointed to look itfer the general development of the Association and also one to daft ia constitution and bylaws to be sub mated to the next convention The interest among tobacco growers- In the association and its work has grown intense They have partially won their demands for fair and pro table prices and for a system of controlled marketing The membeshl has grown remarkably numbering newly 50000 and the coming con vention at Clarksville promises to far excel the ono at Owensboro in at tendance interest and results Mr O Hayes Taylor of Virginia with present headquarters with the National Union of the A S of EIB Indianapolis says The coming con ention means something to tobacco producers manufacturers and con sumers all three We confidently expect to perfect our plans for a better system of marketing our tobaccoa system that will shorten the route from producers to consumers and while it will undoubtedly give the producer more for his product than be could otherwise receive we do not believe it at all probable that it will make the finished article cost the consumer more On the contrary we thins It more than probable that prices to consumers cnn be reduced But at any rate there Is no necessity for farmers toi sell their tobacco tor less than It is worth determined by a careful study of the tobacco business from the- tleld to the consumer and our people are determined not to do it We propose nothing but sound practical and conservative business methods but we do propose to change the face of our industry from poverty to prosperity anrt we have the best men in the country with us The arksvllle meeting will mark two epochs In the history of tobacco grow- iaa One an epoch of much work for- little payan epoch just closed The other an epoch of profit and prosperity for tobacco growers an epoch of better farmers better homes and better conditions every way an epoch of peace and plenty just begun andI to continue so long as bod gives ne- good harvest and the grace of knowledge to worK together for the good of allMr Taylor states that other Tobacco Growers Associations are to be represented oy delegates so that conference may be hold to discuss the situation in general He considers tho most important wore is the adop- tlon of constitution and bylaws to- govern the Association New officers will also be elected The trade a8- well f1S the growers are awaiting the results of the coming convention with no little InterestReporter TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY- Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets Orullilists refund money If It tails to curo E W G UOVES signature la on eac hbox 25c Free Trip To Louisville The Retail Merchants Asaoclati on of Louisville will rotund in cash your roundtrip fare based on excursion rates on the folliowing dates Sept 17th to Oct 13thNov 17th Dec 3rd to Dec 15th For full patti tularsapply to J V Beckrnunn Manager Retail Merchants Association 807 Urban Uldg Louisville Ky Od TOnz-w A theTM Kind You Ha 8 Always Bought aJUUt 01 ADDISON Mrs Wm Bowmer and Mrs John Burks and little daughter Eleanor were tho guests of Mrs Long Saturday Miss Jen Hardin is visiting her sister Mrs Hardin Frank Lewis is in Louisville on businessTemblo Lewis has returned from Bloomfiold W E Minor has returned from LouisvilleVirgil visited Holt last weekMiss Nora Hardin of Chicago is the guest of her cousin Miss Eleanor Lewis Miss Nellie Burks Mrs anti Miss Amanda Long wore the guests of Mrs Abe Skillman Ilt Cloverport Tuesday of last week Mrs Caldwell of Shelbyville iis visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Mrs James Stone of Clover port is visited relatives at Addison SaturdayA Gross spent last week in LouisvilleMr and wife have re turned from Louisville Mrs L D Addison has returned From Louisville- D S Burks was in Hardins burg Saturday Route Note 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 month One way Colonial rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 31 1906 Pikes Peak Centennial Celebration Colorado Sprints Colo Hept 229 906Cloverpoit to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return 3141 Sale of tickets Sept19 to 21 Inclu- SIve good to return Oct 15 Verj low rates to North Michiga n points September good returning Sept 30V National Baptist Convention hoe AngElbs Cal Sept 12 to 196550 round- trip from Cloverport State Convention Christian church loulsvillle Sept 2427For this oc anion rate of 250 for round trip from Hoverport will ne made on Sept 28 to 27 inclusive good returning Sept 20 Grand month K of Pof Ky Louisville Oct 2 to 4 Cloverport to LouisvIlle and return 250 Sept 30- Oot 1 and 2 good returning Oct 0 Fri County Fair Henderson Ky Sept 25 to 29 f235 round trip from Cloverport Sept 25 to 20 inclusive Good returning Sept SQ Davless County Fair Association Owensboro Oct 2 to 6 f145 round- trip from Cloveport Oct 2 to 6 Inclu SJve Good returning Oct 8 Louisville Horse Show Oct 1 to 0 3 00 round trip from Cloverport Sept SOi Good returning Oct 8- RAYFiOND We are having plenty of rain armera are about through cutting tobaccoPrayer Saturdayevehing Mr and Mis Walter Adkisson will- start for St Louis in a few days Mrs Chas Avitt and son Johme and Mrs Sash Avitt and cnildren vIsited in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Shrewsbury Branden burg visited Ml and Mrs George ishman last weer- Rheudrattsm is not incnrabe tub- bornY Yes But Ur boopsHheu- matic Remedy will if faithfully used drIve it out of the system Its tho- blood thats at fault Poisonous crystals like sand get into the joints and ruusale3 Dr Schoops Rheumatic Remedy prevents this It driveslRheu matlsm from the blood and thenRheu matlslJ dies We recommend and sell it Severs Drug Co A Record Breaker ewleyviUe Sept 248pt0IalG- eorge Stewart coloied cnt set up- and tied 40 shocks of corn tin one dRY- 8ept 18 1000 This was in a 20 aore- field belonging to Thos J Jolly of wleyville These shocks are 10 bUla- square and average three bushels of- oorn to the shook IRVINGTON Miss May Dempster of Glen deane is a visitor of her brother Dr PeE Dempstei for some time A 0 Marshall and wife and baby Alton of Guston spent Sunday here the guests of G T Marshall and wife Miss Willia Drury left last week for an extended visit to relative and friends in Louisville Now Albany Ind and Carlton Ky H H Kempor was at Big Spring Sunday visiting Wo are glad to learn that our Representative E H Shelnmn won the two great prizes in apples at the State Fair last week Mr Shelman huts an excellent orchard on tho Union Star road and they are certainly beautifully apples that come from that orchard Rev Gruhan of Georgetown Ky at the request of Rev W J Thompson filled tho pulpit at the Baptist church last Sunday Rev Graham preached two fine ser mons and the music was beautiful Miss Blanch Jolly arrived home Friday after a five weeks stay with Dr Tom Cain in Michigan Mrs Ida Bartlett and children and Miss Milton Boiler of Owens boro are the guests of Mrs E W Graves for an indifinito time Mrs Brandenburg after a few days visit to her daughter Mrs C L Chamberlain returned to her home at Tip Top Saturday Quito a number of the Okla homa people have returned very much delighted with their trip but they say Kentucky is good enough for them There are quite a number of temporary widows in town whose husbands are investigating Oklahoma investments Is it a reflec tion on the absent gentlemen to intimate that the ladies do not seem very disconsolate Miss Irene Simm went to Louis yule Friday evening returning Sunday bliss Ethel Dowell spent several days in Louisville last week at tending the State Fair The Kentuckians from this part of the country were certainly loyal and tare to the State Fair because quite a large crowd from here at tended the fair Misses Essie Biggs and Mamie IcGeher are visiting relatives and ftiends in Stephensport and at tending the protracted meeting that is in progress there at the iabtist church Mrs James Hugh Connoly and baby of Birmingham Ala arrived last week for q visit to her mohter and sister Mrs Nannie Hernderson ind Mrs Nora Board I Rev R H Roe will leave today- for Central Qity to attend the annual conference of the Methodist churchII Misses Bessie and Ethel Keys ofI Clovorport spent Sunday here the guests of bliss Mary Smithjj The Knights of Pythias held their regular meting at the City Hlllllast Saturday and the followII I ing were initilltqdrill Arnold James Bolin 3r Sam Parks I Lonnie Dowell and J B Hern donlHAS STOOD TMBTESl 25 YCARS- The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know wltit you are takIng It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No- cure DO pay 60c 4 PATES ILLE Lucian Gordon i has returned j from Tell City L E Morris and wife were in Louisville a few days last week Mr Van and Rev Frank nOII ker of FloralJ weree guests ofj- S J Baker and wife Sunday M V Marlowe of Wavorly c Tenn was up Wednesday of last- week on a business trip 1 Mrs R J Tindlo and Bon Ho THINK OF ITI THt Pretty Matron HadHeadacAs 04 BaekaekeHer Condition Was Serious RELIEF IN PERUNA I ji I MRS M BRICKNER I 99 Eleventh street WIsPcninDearSin A short time ago I found mycondltlon very serious lhad headache pains la the back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worse every month 1 tried two remedies before Peruoa and was discouraged when Itook the first dose but my courage soon returned In less than two months my health was restored Airs M Brickner The reason for BO many failures to cure cases similar to the above la the PELVIC DISEASE NOT RECOGNIZED- AS CATARRH fact that diseases peculiar to the pelvis organs are not commonly recognized as beIng caused by catarrh Catarrh of ono organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ What will relieve catarrh of the head will also relieve catarrh of the pelvIc organs Parana relieves tbsso casea simply because it relieves catarrh mer of Dukes were the guests of Mrs Marion Campbell Thursday Quite an interesting lecture on Temperance was delivered by Rev Campbell at the M E church this place Sunday even inIYfYM Mike Stephens Sr of Hawes ville was the guest of Wm Powers and family Saturday and Sunday Dave Clark purchased from M V Marlowe 20 acres of land including residence at this place valued at 600 Fred Jarhoe and family moved in tho Nix property Saturday in the upper end of town which they purchased some time back A V Day wife and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with E F Gabbert and wife of bowlings Chapel The Pellvillo nino camo up and ilayed Pateaville nine a game of ball Saturday afternoon The core stood 3 to 0 in favor of PatesvilleLittle Dean daughter of Joe Dean of Stanley is visiting her sister Lena and grandparents Dir R W Frymire and wife of this place Protracted meeting began 41 this place Monday evening at tlie Baptist church Rev Oldham our pastor selected Bro Ratcliffj of Fordsville to assist him Mrs YoL Laulace and children have removed their house hold goods to this place from Horse Branch They will spend the winter at this place as it will bo more convenient for the chil dron to attendschool Rev J F Baker of Floral deg liveredan excellent sermon to the people of this place Sunday morning at the M E church which went straight to the hearts of its listeners At the close of the sermon the people joined in singing God bo with you till we Meet again and each extended to him their hand saying by the- act Though we never meet again on this earth we will meet again at Gods throne of love We welcome him any and all time he wishes to bo with us Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MelsoJadoH4 rt 1 I i ti t I r Ftt Ftc f t ft fe Ftiv Ftcfe fe cv cC ivii ct ce d p itct its ctcl ctV clT qt fe vt th pt In G w W nth K fit sbpI plto Iii 1 McI Ha- S I- bit Jnl Incan nlI anfor anF forF forFF forT htDV hta atan Ol II 1r des tl itt del fy Itt aran anc IIai c