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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSa ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT OL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OOTOBER 3 1906 8 Pages NO 12 J 1 j f COUNTYTEACHERS INSTITUTEi Now In Session In Hardinsburg One Hundred and Five Teach ers In Attendance Hardinsburg Ky Oct 2Special 1 The Teachers Institute convened a the court house Monday morning for a five days sessisn A hundred and five teachers were enrolled Mr Leah Pate of Bewleyville was elected secretar and Miss Nell Moorman was elected oteanist The instructors are Prof J Willis of Louisville and Miss West cot of Minneapolis Prof Willis is one of the ablest edu cators in the South and he is now the Chancellor of the University of Louis ville He is a very entertaining and in structive conductor He has conducted two institutes here previous to this one Miss Westcot is a teacher in the pub lic schools of Minneapolis Primar work is her specialty and she is intro ducing many new methods in this de partmentThe are taking great interns- In the institute and it promises good re sults for the educational interests of the county STAR ROLLER MILLS Will Cease to Operate October 15 Plant Offered For Sale The Star Roller Mills of this city willl close down on the 15th of this month The owners of the mill have decided to quit business and the plant has been of fered for sale as will be seen in the ad vertising columns of this issue This move was determined upon through the decision of one of the pro prietors Mr Eugene Haynes to locate in v Oklahoma Mr Marion Mc Gav ock the manager and part owner wtn also leave in a few days for the West on a prospecting tour Shot His Finger Off While loading a shotgun at his home near Hardins schoolhouse at an early hour yesterday morning Mr Frank Kennedy let the weapon strike the floor discharging it several of the shot striking his left forefinger com pletely severing the member He came to town and had the wound dressed NAMES FOR THE BALLOT I Those Who Will Enter Demo cratic Primary For United States SenatorJames B McCreary and J C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager and N B Hays For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim ble For Attorney GeneralLillard nd J K Hendrick For AuditorHenry M Bosworth I FdSecretary of StateHubert Vree and For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Superintendent of Public Instruc lonE A Gullion and M 0 Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureR 3 Crenshaw and J W Newman For Clerk Of Court of AppealsJohn 3 Chenault above is the list of the candidates1The names will appear on the ballot prifrye platovember0 rat the last day on which an entranceA I theIi taught by Secretary Mott Ayers tha foraa primaryiich3 e i the State Democratic Executive Comi Utee provided that all persons who k mired to enter the primary should sig jjfy their Intention by filing a notice ith the Primary Committee not laterI am September 21 and that the en ij thajn s pber 1 ilJTheYtotal amount of the assessmen not the candidates for the primaryw 1 Iis 32600 So far 30830 has been paid into the hands of Secretary Mottl Ayers The Assessment for the Cler of the Court of Appeals is 3300 John B Chenault has already paid in 1650 Should W B OConnell the other can didate decide not to enter the race the John B Chenault will be required t pay in 1650 more which of courset t he will readily do to get rid of all op positionThe biggest assessment probably against any candidate before the pri mary is that against South Trimble candidate for Lieutenant Governor Mr Trimble has been required to put up- yearstof just 400 more than the entrance fee I Congressman Trimble though seems to anYd CONFERENCE ASSIGNMENTS JI For the Owensboro DistrictRev CloverportYNew Presiding Elder Metht odist church were delighted with the an nouncement that Rev B M Currie hadI been assigned to the pastorate of the church for another year by the con ference in session at Central City Not only were his parishioners pleased withI his return but the people generally r CloverportA in Presiding Elders has beenI made for this district Rev R F Hays having been given this assignment Rev Hays was pastor of the Methodi j church in this city several years ago Rev John W Lewis has been trans 1 ferred to the Hopklnsville district as Presiding Elder The following is the list of assign ments for the Owensboro district R F Hayes presiding elder CentertownW A Grant CalhoonE B Bennett Central CityToI Crandall CloverportB M Currie FordsvilleR H Hartford GreenvilleF E Lewis Greenville circuit G W Shugart HartfordJames A Lewis and J Baker Hawesville J T DeMonbrum LewisburgJames E Lewis LewisportE E Pate LivermoreC F Williams Owensboro Settle MemorialF M Thomas Owensboro BreckenridgeW P Gor donOwensboro WoodlawnJ Barney cutler Owensboro Mainstreet J L Reid Owensboro circuitC F Hartford RomeE D Ryan SacramentoJ C Hoskinson South Carrollton W R Wagoner StephensportF R Robinson Sulphur SpringsJames A Goodman Yelvington J W Love Large Rattlesnake WihiamPumphreyswestoftownha d on exhibition in Cloverport on last Fri day a dead rattlesnake which he ha killed in his field The reptile measure rsix feet in length and was proportionate ly large in diameter and had eleven ra tles Mr Pumpreys says the snake bone t of the dogs during the fight to kill i and that the animal died from the ef fects of the bite within half an hour A iroro and a Cow When in my teens milking seven cows morning and evening and tolling on the farm all day I mode favorites of a bay mare and a Durham cow i Molly and Bess Talk about your physical sympathy Why It was pa tactic Molly was my saddle horse I j single footer of rare excellence could ride her with one finger on the reins Into the most forbidding place Old Bessoh she used to kick a tooth out once In awhile and put her foot In the pall of milk but the dear girl would follow me about with the offs of a child Well I was absentt tfrom the old home five years and returning found that of all the animals only Molly and Bess remained Imagine my distress when Molly refused to notice me at all While wondering at this loss of friendship I felt a warm raspllke thing going over my hand9 which was behind my back Turning I saw dear old Bess Without notice she had come to lick me If ever anll mal spoke with eyes and manner she did Her happiness at seeing mo again after so long a period was apparent tall o observers and during my brief stay keeltfrom following me into New York Press LOCAL- k OPTION nELECTION In Hancock County ToDayBoth Sides Claiming Victory andI Hard Fight Being Made The local option election is on in Han cockcounty today Both the temperance advocates and whisky element are work ing hard to make a winning fight and each claims the victory The local option people are claiming the fight by about 400 majority and are exerting their energy for a decisive victory Mr J W Richey of Hawesville was in Cloverport yesterday and stated that while both sides are making big claims wouldIMr Rickey is a temperance advocate and is letting his influence be felt as are also the other temperance people and it is beleived that the influence be ingexerted by the Christian people of Hancock county will be successful in ridding that county of the saloon DEATH OF SAM RICE Succumbs to Typhoid Fever After Illness of Eleven Weeks ofDir Sam Rice living six miles south of town died at his home on last Wednesday of typhoid fever Deceased had been ill for eleven weeks The body was buryingjMr Rice was an Industrious yonug farmer just In the prime of life and his death was a sad one indeed By energy and hard work he had pro vided his family with all the comforts of life and was beginning to lay aside his hard earned savings for a future dRY when death summoned him He leaves a wife and live young children to whom is extended the deepest sympathy AHLBEARD PeoF ple at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky Oct 2SpecialT- he marriage of Miss Willie Ahl to Mr Dblley Beard occured at the Methodist church on Thursday evening September 27 in the presence of a large audience composed of the relatives and friends of the young couple The Rev Everett English of the Baptist church said in an impressive manner the beautiful marriage service which united their hearts and lives Miss Katie Eskridge presided at the organ playing the weddingmarch from Mend llsohn when the bridal party entered the chi rc and as they left the Song to the Even ing Star was played- Immediately after the ceremony they were driven to their home on Fifthstreet where they received the congratulations of their friends This marriage unite- two of the most prominent families ini the county Mrs Beard is a isda mandgroom s son of Mr promityoung man engaged iin centgratulationsPublic Speaking Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury will speak at Leitchfield Ky October 0 at 1 p m and at Elizabeth town same date at 8 p m The following teachers from Clover teacherIs Miss Jennie Patterson Miss Maggie PsKing Thos Wroe and Edward Wroe CLOVER PORT LOSES VALUABLE CITIZEN Mr Eugene Haynes Leaves For the West This Week Hla Family Soon to Follow Mr Eugene T Haynes will leave theo latter part of this week for Durant Oklahoma to reside permanently He is associated with Mr G W Short ini the drug business in that city and that together with his other business Interests led to his decision to make Okla eoma his home For many years Mr Haynes has been prominently identified with the business interests of Cloverport and Breckenridge county and in many Instances was the prime factor in putting forward to outside capital the advantages of Clover portNr G W Short who was associated with Mr Haynes in the drug business in Cloverport for a number of years is lo cated in Durant where he and Mr Haynes ars engaged in the same business Mr Haynes family will join him in Oklahoma in the near future PYTHIAN KNIGHTS In Annual Session In Louisville This WeekCloverport Dele gates In Attendance The annual meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pithias is in session in Louisville today having convened Tuesday for a three days meeting- It is estimated that nearly 2000 visit lugdelegates are la attendance The ession is being held at the Elks Home 316 West Walnut street The meeting is one of the most interesting ever held Those in attendance from Cloverport who were appointed delegates are Shelby V Conrad Henry G Yeager and J M Fitch Mr Chas May of this deputyIs CIGARRETTE PAPER Brings Two Negroes to Grief In Police Court Fined For Fighting He fit me cause IIfused hima cigar rette paper said John Singleton a ne- gro pointing his finger at Cliff Moorman another descendant of Ham in the police court The negroes were arrested for fighting in Sam Browns restaurant When Marshal DeHaven arrived on the scene he found broken bottles de molished furniture cracked heads and Sam ready to quit business for lack of furniture goods etc In the police court the two belligerents pleaded guilty Moorman was fined 980 and Singleton 600 which they paid Took The Premium J W Nichols colt took the first premium in Elijah Driskells colt show at Garfield He sold thecolt to Luther Marts for 75 GARRETT Mr and Mrs Joseph Soifers baby has been very sickeIda Hilf is on the sick list Mrs John Funk and daughter spent Tuesday with Francis Ritchie and family ohf Mr and Mrs Ed Sipes died Thursday and was buried in Buck Grove cemetery Friday Noll Ritchie and John Burch Tuesdaysnight at the home of the grooms RoyrD F Shacklett officiated Miss Lena Ritchie J H Shacklett J M Tindall Fred Sipes and the Misses Miles were in Louisville last week Dr J E Wimp of Louisville was here a few days last weekI visiting relatives- H L Rhodes and John Funk were at Brandenburg last week as jurymenMiss Banger daughter of George Bungor and wife and Riehard Saunders were married Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock at Buck Grove Baptist church Mrs Sallie Shacklett Kendall I fell last week and was badly in juredtt J H Shacklett and wife were 1 in Brandenburg Saturday Mrs Gilbert Kasoy and chil dren of Bewloyville spent sev ral days last week with her 1 father James Foushee I John Rhodes a brother of H i L Rhodes and who has been in Lakeland Asylum for a number of years died Tuesday and was brought to St Martins for burial I AMERICANII SOCIETYOF Held Important Meeting at lIar dinsburg on Saturday 300 Farmers in Attendance Hardinsburg Ky Oct 2SpecialT- he American Society of Equity held a meeting here Saturday and notwith standing the bad weather aboutj 300 farmers were in attendance In the absence of the chairman Granville S Wilson upon motion of J W Miller John P Haswell Jr was elected to preside over the convention Reports from the various districts as to the amount of tobacco pledged to be pooled were received and upon motion of E n Oglesby the time to secure pledges was extended two weeks The following committee to take charge of the pledged tobacco and sell the same was named G S Wilson Chairman Hardinsburg magisterial district Wm Skillman James Withers Silas Miller David Driskell and Wm Coomes Cloverport magisterial district Charles Goff Joe Weiss Smith Waggoner Thomas Goat ley E B Oglesby Bewleyville magisterial district G G Dowel Dr P W Foote Richard Bandy Henry Kurtz Chas Blanford McDaniel magisterial district Dr J H Hart Burrel Whitt inghill Frank Ruppert Henry Lake H C Mattingly The next meeting will select the committee from the Union Star and Hudsonville districts The meeting then adjourned until Monday Oct 15 next MINNIEVILLE New Factor in Breckenridge County AffairsThe Little Town Booming Minnieville Breckenridge county Kentucky while not so old as some of her sister towns nor quite so well known promises nevertheless to become in the near future an important factor in the affairs of the county Minnieville is only two months old and is located near Tar Springs The town was founded by Mr JC Merserve and sons who are engaged extensively in the lumber business Minnieville now has three saw mills employing about fifty men one grist mill two gen ral stores and several residence Other houses are being built to accommodate those who are moving in Mr Merserve and his three sons are firm believers in the old adage that in unity there is strength They are investing considerable capital in the newI enterprises They say the timber there abouts is the finest in this section of the State both in quality and quantity As yet Minnieville has no postoffice but Mr Merserve is striving to have one established there shortly MADE A HIT The Moonshiners Daughter Draws Big Crowd at Lewisport The Moonshiners Daughter was played by local talent at the opera house in Lewisport on last Thursday night The house was well filled and the proceeds derived from the perform ance was a compliment to the company All connected with the play acquitted themselves with credit and were round ly applauded fuss Adele Fisher Entertained Miss Adele Fisher who is the guest of Miss Mina Coss formerly of Owens boro but now of Cleveland 0 has been pleasantly entertained while there Miss Coss entertained with a buffet luncheon and a number of other entertainments have been given for herOwensboro Messenger Miss Fisher has made frequent visits to her aunt Mrs Dele Hambleton and has many friends in Cloverport Preventlca as the name implies pre vents all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventlcs are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate nil colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check had prevent them Preventlcs are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co AMATTERDFHEAL7R aOYAIlAKINI POWDER Absolutely Pare A Croam of Tartar Powder free from alum or phoas phatlc acid HAS NO SUBSTITUTE COUNTY FAIR A CERTAINTY ThreeFourths of Stock Already Subscribed and Remainder Wiil Be Secured Monday Hardinsburg Ky Oct 2SpeclalT- he fair is a certainty Threefourths of the capital stock has already been subscribed and an effort will be made to secure the remainder by next Mondayso that the articles of incorporation can be acknowledged on that day as nearly all the stockholders will be here then C V Robertson who will probably be the President of The Breckenridge Fair As sociation has the subscription list and all those who want stock would do well to see him at once- Waived Examining Trial Arthur Haynes colored charged with shooting at and wounding Sam Dean also colored at this place some time ago waived examining trial in the police court last Thursday and was held to answer to the Circuit Court in bond of E50 THURSDAY SET ASIDE As Trustees and Patrons Day at the County Teacher Institute The following invitation has been sent iout by Joel H Pile superintendent of schools of Breckenridge county Hardinsburg Ky Sept 29 1906 My FriendsPossibly the Superinten dent the trusteesthe patrons the teach ers and the pupils have all fallen short jin doing their known dutyand what about the unknown Trustees and Patrons it is your duty and mine to see that children attend school Theres a compulsory law and we have sat for years criminally neglectful of it I propose to do my part and to serve without fear or favor satisfying an aroused conscience in faithfully seeing that the little ones are not neglected- In order that we may get together and learn whats to be done and how to do it I have set Thursday October 4 as Trustees and Patrons Day at the in stitute Youare urged to attend This is a debt you owe the children Discharge your debts and owe no one State Sup erintendent Fuqua will be present if his health will permit County Attorney Gus Brown will explain the law and address the people Addresses to you as patrons and truss tees will be made by Rev Wm L Gabe Judge Moorman and Mr Jesse Whit worth Others who have been invited to speak include Magistrates Drury and Bates and the Hon Chas Blanford You are invited because we want you and because you have a work to do Come bring others and help in the noble work of educating the children Remember that nextThursday in the time Yours for the schools Joel H Pile Superintendent I Dispatches from the gulf coast show that the storm caused more deaths than has been thought In and near Mobile the number is 126 while eighteen are known to be dead In the vicinity of New Orleans Property losses are also mounting higher the damage to pine timber alone being placed at 10000 000 I 2 THE BRECKENRIDdE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 3 1906 JSH fA iL y I i i i t I I I f 2 I i LETTER FROMII OKLAHOMA Kentucky Boy Launched in the Far West Writes Back to Old Friends Oklahoma City Okla Sept 3C Dear Headers and Kentucky Friends In the course of event there come moments when all of us havo to depend upon our own shortsighted minds and take step which lend into the hazy future steps which when once taken form n corner stone in the life which is to follow On tho last day of summer cam such a decisive moment to me I was through of law school and n member of the Kentucky bar though my legal education was oi little value to me so long as I al lowed it to remain inactive Two fields lay before me Ir one were friends a developer land well established institutions a settled condition of affairs and tho finest system of society under the stars In the other were feeble institutions an undeveloped country no person whom I mighi call a friend a fluctuating society and chaos still struggling to retain its hold 1 considered many times over tho outlook but finally launched my frail craft into the Southwest not knowing whore 1 I would land j taking no letters of introduction and having only om acquaintance in all that vast coun tryA round trip ticket would lava been but slightly more expensive But no the bridges must bo burned behind else when the certain re verses come they offer too con venient means for a retreat This step may have been wrong and may have to be retraced but if it is it will bring back a new individual an individual that has profited by the passage of time and iis uble to forum a greater factor in the welfare of his native state After an oftrepeated sighand regret that I had not remained nearer the parental home 1 I reached Fulton at the border of the old Rate took supper witha friend and proceeded on through our sister state Tennessee A days journey then across the swamp and through the hills of Arkansas brought mo into the Choctaw country where instead of the wild Indian upon fertile prairies were a few Arkansans livingl in the worst of cabins try ing here and there to dig a living out front between the rock in the niiTow valley that occasionally bordered the xtreniiM This was along the Midland Valley road that I think deserves that the name Slow Tniin Through Ar kansas should bo taken from the Hock Island and conferred upon it a large portion of it lying in Arkansas After being in the Indian coun try an hour the lund began to im prove hut old how slow so great was the improvement necessary before it could be inhabited by the practical fanner By 2 oclock Monday we reached the Canadian river and for the first time realized the truth of the tales we had heard of herds of cat tle suddenly sinking beneath its treacherous sands But the suspense while tho train was pas- singCatarrh Is a constitutional disease originating in impure blood and requiring constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for its radical and permanent cure Be sure to take HoodsSarsaparillaNasal are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay inflammation and deodorize dischargeHoods Sarsaparilla all druggists 1 Catarrlets mall order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures send for our Book on Catarrh No 4 C L Hood Co Lowell Matt over the mere triggerwork of posts and ties piled upon the quick sand was a relief from the drea monotony of the previous barrel scenery After being safely ove without the train sinking into the sands the outlookchanged con andcotton fields succeeded one another more rapidly until at last we found ourselves actually out on the great plains the lane stretching on either side to distant hills themselves often tree lessThe Choctaw nation had beer passedwithout seeing scarcely an Indian but we wore now in the land of the Creeks and soon in ciiyof Muskogee the metropo lis of the Indian Territory com mercially socially and intellectually The most prominent featur there was tho great number of ne- groes and the insensible gradation from the coal black descendant of the Zulu through the variou shades of mixed negro and Indian through the redskin in all of hit array of red garments and hawks feathers all through the many degrees of half quarter and other breeds all of which is accurately determined and recorded by the Government from the possessor of one and a half two hundred and fiftysixths white blood to the possessor of an equal amount of red blood But the strength of the city lies in its white inhabitants The confusion was awful On the streets a black or yellow person must always be treated courteously for fear he has some red blood in his veins and in so ciety the inexperienced is unable to tell whether the blonde he is talking with is an Indian or not He has to do like the rest They know each others pedigree Muskogee is crowded with lawyer s though 1 found a good open ing and made many friends Fron there I went to McAlestcr and Wilburton without finding anything Durant was bad enough at first sight though the land there is very fertile Not yet homesick but silently considering that perhaps I should have bought a round trip ticket I headed for Oklahoma City Shortly before crossing the Canadian river for the third time we passed through a limestone coun try with fertile fields steep well wooded hills and comfortable houses The sight of tho rock made my heart throb with sudden inimation but only for a moment for the thought of home which quickly followed suppressed all excitement and I could have gotten on right there and waited for the first train home i The rain was falling and it was S30 p m Monday when the train arrived at Oklahoma City The next morning all was bright and dear A great city was there but it did not know me no one there knew or had ever heard of me end the bustle of every one in the mead lace for wealth caused me to for once become pessimisticsure- ly thero was nothing for me there so I sat down and wrote for my nail to be sent to Enid whither 1 intended going but I had come out here to do my best and so struck out on the job hunt The first inquiries brought references and these multiplied but ry noon I had only one left a last chance to which a Kentuckian I had run upon had referred me- A few minutes before my train was to depart for Enid I calledat his office and in less than ten minutes had convinced the mana gel that I was the person ho wanted to manage his city work nda portion of his foreign business Wo represent practically allof ho business men of this city in heir collections and are the attorneys in the southwest for several hundred jobbing and wholesale louses As to Oklahoma her people yetbutfar behind old Kentucky But age will mature us into a factor in tho affairs of our country and- thanking my parents for the lessons they have taught me and myfriendsport I am going to have a hand lD tho new StateJ WlIITTINOinLL PALMAS DAY IS DONE His Party Decides to Refuse to At cept His Resignation TRYING TO SAVE THEIR FACE No Matter What Turn Affairs In Cub May Take Intervention Is Bound to Follow and Taft Will Be the Hea of the Provisional Government Funston at Havana Havana Sept 28At an assefflbl of Moderates it was decided to refuse to accept President Palmas resigns tlon In the hope of Inducing him to continue In office and thus avoid In torventlon Intervention by the Installation of ia provisional government was contem plated but tho United States peace commissioners will await developments in congress Tho atmosphere at the palace las night was decidedly gloomy Everybody who emerged from Preslden Palmas office wore a long face President Palma steadfastly refused every solicitation of his friends to withdraw his resignation Typical of this was the cablegram he sent tc President Roosevelt in response to the final urgent message from Roosevoll that ho remain at his helm In this President Palma expressed his warm est appreciation of President Roose velts efforts to secure peace for Cuba and the friendship he has always shown the Cuban people Ho referred to his own previous sacrifices for Cuba which he said had not beet mado in vain but in the present situ atlon and in view of all that had trans plred he felt that further sacrifice 01 his part would bo useless and that It was not consistent with his dignity and prestige to remain in office President Palma will retire as poor as when he assumed the office but all his friends concede that he will have the satisfaction of having conscien tiously and industriously discharged his duties in taco of the almost con stant lack of cooperation from cop gressWere it possible to Induce Press dent Palma to withdraw his reslgna tlon the situation still would be most difficult and intervention would con- tinuo to be the most probable out come If Palmas resignation was accepted It would then become necessary for congress to elect a provisional president Such an election would be a new sort of contention not only between the opposing political par ties but probably between the opposing factions within these parties This being the situation nobody li inclined to doubt that within 24 hours Secretary Taft by authority of the president of the United States will proclaim himself provisional governor of Cuba Such a government how ever would be made Cuban as far as it was possible to do so by continuing the various departments under the Im mediate control of the present heads Immediate developments in the sit uatlon depend on the action taken by congress It Is not likely that the Llerals will attend the session but the Moderates and the Liberal Nation alists combined expect to secure a quorum The Moderate leaders expect nothing except intervention it being a matter of common report among them that armed United States forces will flock ashore from the war ships assembled hero even before the meeting of congress Even should congress carry out its announced In tention of not accepting President Pal mas resignation Secretary Taft will hold that a vacancy exists unless Pal ma himself concludes to remain In officeThe commissioners will not brook the establishment of a provisional government by the Cubans simply as a means of gaining time They hold that If a provisional government Is created it must be by the United States and have little confidence in the seriousness or intentions of the politicians who have been vacillating during more than a week of futile ne gotiationsIn meanwhile preparations for the landing of marines and bluejack ets from United States warships are fully completed and within a short time after Secretary Taft gives the order all advantageous points selected by the naval officers would be occu pled by a force of at least 2500 men The nonacceptance of President Pal mas resignation and its withdrawal will be Cubas last card General Frederick Funston since his arrival has gone over all the military plans approved them and familiarized himself with the military situation Among the places visited by General Funston was the rebel camp outside of Havana where ho met Generals Guorra Del Castillo and other com manders of the Insurgents some of whom he met during last revolution Stoesiel Resigned St Petersburg Sept 28It is reported that General Stoessel who commanded the Russian forces at Port Arthur submitted his resigna Lion from tho army It is understood that it will be accepted thereby end Inn the history of the surrender of the fortress without the undesirable dls closures which would result from a formal courtmartlal The generals resignation is said to havo been due to the initiative of the emperor After reading the report of the commission appointed to Investigate the surren der of Port Arthur recommending that Stoessel be dismissed from tho irmy and shot his majesty expressed rte aversion to any further discusslom of the subjuctja open court The Bartered BrTiTeirroou There are held hero many confide tlal weddings as they aro called when the ceremony Is kept unusually quiet But sometimes they are too confidential to please the relatives of the parties The coercion of prospective brides under such circumstances Is a proceeding well authenticated In fac and fiction A kidnaped bridegroom however Is unusual though ho hap pened at St Georges not long ago Ho was a gentleman of position anc ho wished to marry a lady who had nursed him through an Illness There was no cause or just Impediment save social rank The gentleman was do termlned and tho lady seconded hit plaus admirably But the day and the details leaked out and before the time fixed tho bridegrooms male relatives deployed strategically through Maddox street and surrounded tho church Ho drove up In a hansom cab With his eyes fixed on the expectant bride he prepared to alight An athletic un cle and n brother sprang forward thrust him back with a Glad to meet you old fellow manner that deceived the cabman who obeyed tho quick dl rection he heard and drove the three away The lady with tears In her eyes went into the vestry There will be no wedding she said Theyve run away with him And that was the last St Georges heard of them London Mall Fore t Unnatural Death The life of nearly all forests Is cut short by fire or by the hand of the lumberman When a spruce forest 1Is entirely destroyed by fire young spruces do not at once spring up and cover the burned area The seed bear Ing cones have been burned and the spores and seeds of other plants which are readily carried by the wind find their way In first Tho task of prepar Ing for the forest is begun again but this time it Is to be a shorter one The first year after the fire mosses and often tiny flowering plants appear These are replaced by the flreweed and other flowers whose seeds are pro vlded with hairs so that they reach such places quickly These are soon joined by raspberries roses and other bushes Among these the young seed lings of aspens appear In a very few years The latter grow rapidly and in a score of years form a low sunny for est An aspen forest makes a brilliant contrast with the dark green forests of spruceSt Nicholas Origin of Ascot Race When did Ascot races begin They are mentioned In the first Racing Cal endar published In 1727 and the usual statement is that they were founded by the Duke of Cumberland uncle of George III But an entry In the accounts of tho master of the horse in 1712 suggests that they were found ed by Queen Anne on Aug 0 1711 The truth no doubt Is that Ascot races like many other august Institutions gradually developed from a germ so that It Is difficult to say when theyI really began At any rate they were quite the sort of thing that enthusiast of tho turf Queen Anne would have founded She was a thorough Stuart in this passion It was her great grandfather James I who encouraged If he did not establish horse racing In Scotland and popularized It In Eng land London Chronicle Keen Seme of Humor There Is nothing like a sense of humor said a naval officer according to the Philadelphia Bulletin In n woman In a soldier In a sailor In a clerk a sense of humor Is a help and a blessing through life At tho same time even a sense of humor may exist In excess I for my part shouldnt care to have so great a sense of humor as n British soldier I once heard about This soldier was ordered to bo flogged During the flogging he laughed con tinually The lash was laid on all the harder but under the rain of blows the soldier laughed What are you laughing aU the sergeant finally asked Why the soldier chuckled Im the wrong man An Arab Fishing Yarn A fishing yarn from Algiers Some Arabs were fishing from a boat with lines off the coast when a dolphin sev enteen feet long eleven feet In circumference and weighing four tons swal lowed one of tho baited hooks and lashed off at a tremendous speed The fishermen paid out as mucb line as possible and then made It fast This brought the dolphin up sharply but the strain snapped the line The monster then attacked the boat and cap sized It flinging the fishermen Into the water Other Arabs ashore waited till the dolphin was clear of the men and then killed It with rifles The Logical Queatlon A little Philadelphia boy was taken by his father for his first visit to the zoo Stopping before an Inclosuro he asked Papa what animal is that Reading the sign tacked up to one aide his father responded That my son is a prong horned antelope Kin he blow his horns was the question that promptly followed Probe and Flattery We must define flattery and praise They are distinct Trajan was encouraged to virtue by the panegyric ot Pliny Tiberius became obstinate- In vice from tho flattery of tho sane torsLouls XVI Two Olrli It Is just as easy to fall In love with ai rich girl as It Is to fall In love with a poor one but it Is generally easier to marry the poor oneSt Joseph Mo FretsNews Be of good courage that lis the main ilngv Thoreau BLACK DIAMOND SHOES t J EveryDayWear If you dont want to pay over 250 for a mans good neat long wearing shoe our Black Dia mond will suit you to a T The Black Diamond is our pace maker and its superiority over other shoes at the price is a sure indication of the excellence of higherpriced Diamond Brand Shoes Womens Black Diamonds retail at 200 I 3UJeCl1JJfi1i4 I JVttMAKl NOH FINE SHOES THAN ANYOTHER HOUSE INTHtmr x A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY We have been successful in closing a special contract with TUB CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of guaranteedSOLID The Celtric Model I To every subscrber 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 forwarded immediately upon receipt of the money A Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold ilk Ono the stock of which Is mado of the best quality of hard rubber acd Sued In four parts the pen points aro perfectly fitted with Iridium and tho feed Is guaranteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The pens 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 goosequil our fathers a steel or ordinary gold pen But today we want A Fountain 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 Iis solid GOLD 14k fine If it does not prove satisfactory in every way we will exchange it for another or return the fifty cents additional on return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at 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 ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAK TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKYtAND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY A natural paradise where human ills find quick reliefreached direct by tho Southern Railway i Asheville is located on a superb elevated1 plateau the lowest- point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of tho climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for tho whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 05 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc solid 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORDDi- strict Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Agf LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS The Breckenridge News one year one al1 w T m T TT JUi I TiiIi THE BRECIE RIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 3 1906 3 I I IGreat Bargain Extraordinary Offer The Evansville CourierI 0 ONE HALF nmR- EGULAR PRIC- EMrS I M eN ONE From October to October 10 1900 Inclusive the price of The Dally Courier will be 125 for one year 812 Issues of the best newsiest paper pub lished In Southern Indiana THE NEWS ALL THE TIME THE EVANSVILLE COURIER IS SECOND TO NONE AS A NEWS GATHERER AND NOTHING IS TOO GOOD FOR OUR READERS IT 18 THE ONLY ENGLISH NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN EVANSVILLE THAT YOU CAN GET BY MAIL ON THE SAME DAY IT IS PRINTED DO NOT FAIL TO TAKE OF THIS OFFER You may never again have the OPPORTUNITY of securing THE EVANSVILLE COURIER at this extremely low rate THE DAILY COURIER BY MAIL ONE YEAR FOR 125 just one half of the regular price To secure the above offer simply make your remittance any day between the let and 10th of October Inclusive Money may be sent by check express or postal money order We will accept 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 Expires in October Address All Letters to the Circulation EVANSVILLE COURIER Evansville lid THE RIVER OF DEATH Ed Miller Formerly of Brecken ridge County Dies In Kansas Hutchinson Kansas Ed Miller son of Lewis and Bcttie A Miller formerly of Brcckcnridgo county Ky died at his homo in Hutchinson Monday September 24 1906 at 615 p m of apphor initios Ho was twentysix years of age Deceased was taken sick in llinois with pneumonia and wny sick there three weeks when he came home and was never able to leave his room for six weeks when death claimed him He wanted to get well but God in His goodness saw fit to take him home where ho will await the coming of the rest Ho leaves a father mother four brothers and five sisters besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn his death They should grieve not because they have every reason to believe that ho is saved He was a kind and loving son and an affectionate brother Ed was a bright intelligent and industrious young man and well liked by all who know him The funeral services worn held Tuesday afternoon at 330 oclock at the nome after which ho was laid to rest in the Hutchinson A number of friends wore present who join the be reaved family in thoir grief at his departure A FHIKXD OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Wealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through our kidneys once every three minutes Is Iby yourblood out the waste or impurities In the blood If they sick or out order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheumatism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected Jdney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary roubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly constitutional diseases have their begin ning kidney trouble If you are sick you make no mistake- y first doctoring your kidneys The mild uidtha extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is icon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases nd sold on its merits all druggists In fifty tit and onedollar slz You may have ter are of all In can mpie bottle oy mall Home or Bwampnog- tne also pamphlet telling you how to find tuf if you have kidney or bladder trouble- en this paper when writing Dr Kllmsr CoJ Binghamton N y ont make mlatakeibut remember the ItootandtheI fir every bottle YEAR FOR 125 PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column Earthquake felt at St Thomas D W but did no damage Grocery stores of L M Sheets and W H Boster at Gallipolls 0 burned Loss 3000- J B Birdsell 63 president of the Birdsell Manufacturing company died at South Bend Ind Series of heavy earthquake shocks at San Juan P R alarmed the peo pIe No damage reported Monument to Zebulon Pike who first ascended Pikes Peak unveiled at Colorado Springs Colo Another meeting of national congress on uniform divorce laws will be held in Philadelphia beginning November 13- Postofflco safe at Carrollton 0 cracked and robbed of 32 dash and 130 in stamps Burglars took horse and buggy from barn and escaped- J M Gilman 82 who once repre sented Columbiana county in Ohio leg islature died at his home in St Paul of injuries caused by fall down stairs Steamer Ottawaman going up SL Lawrence river struck and sunk steamer Maude down bound opposite Hudson Quebec Engineer and two passengers of the Maude drowned Senator Forakerwillspeak at unveil ing of Gibson monument at Tiffin October 29- Conspiracy unearthed In Guayaquil m overthrow President Alfara of Eo uador Many arrests- J C Rosser of Shelby county nomi nated by Republicans as candidate for congress In Fourth Ohio district Passenger train on the Wabash ran through open switch at Catlin 111 and crashed Into a freight train En gineer fireman and mall clerk killed 37 injuredAlex ngllly 66 a member of tho squad of Union soldiers that captured Jefferson Davis and who received a part of tho reward offered for that act died at Clinton Mo Colonel J Luck of the engineer corps of the United States army com mitted suicide at the home of his daughter at Sandy Hook N J by cut ting histhroat with a razor Ill health Plain City 0 voted dry by 67 ma jority Voted dry two years ago City council of Chicago adopted a resolution favoring establishment of postal savings banks by the United Isaao R Hill of Newark 0 an assistant doorkeeper of tho lower house of congress 35 years died at year ending June 30 1905 there woro 9703 people killed and 86008 injured by railways in the United States While hunting Pulujanos at night a company of Infantry by mistake fired on scouts on the Island of Leyte Philippines No casualties Interior of Joseph Leiters Ziegler colliery near Duquoln Ill Is burning Fire cant be quenched for several days and will do heavy damage I The Lumbermens Tool company plant the Wellman handle factory and the Wellman electric light plant burned at South Boardman Mich Less 150000 with small insurance A posse of tld jrlth ONE HALF THE- REGULAR PRICE J t S S M + eM I S I M 1 ALL ADVANTAGE MOST LIBERAL subscriptions Subscription Department CROSSES cemetery a BUNCHED I StatesColonel WashingtonDuring conitabfct S S shotguns IB scouring roc rIver mils or Peach Bottom township In search of Charles Jamison colored charged with an assault on Mrs George Johnson at York Pa Frank Morris 4C electrician acci dentally shocked by 27000 volts of of electricity at Hooker 0 died at his home in Columbus Steamer Ohio which went ashore on Rattlesnake Island In Lako Erie abandoned by owners Valued at 125000 Plied tho lakes 23 years Forest Ellis William Byerly and Joseph Wiles former attendants at asylum in Norfolk Neb arrested un der indictments by grand Jury charg ing assaults on patients Mrs Joy Barnes 42 of Kansas City attempted to kill herself anti son Frank G by turning on gas Child died Sho was resuscitated Mrs Barnes recently released from insano asylumOscar Napier 8 who deliberately shot boy with whom ho was playing convicted of murder at Albla In Will be sentenced same as other murderers In Iowa juvenile laws do not cover murder cases Albert Davis convicted of first de gree murder for killing Hazel Reed Springfield O atI Xoula 0 voted wet under the Beal law by 174 majority Voted dry two years ago and four years ago At Bellefontalne 0 John Asher 11 accldently killed by Hale Seaman 13 while playing with an old revolver Hugh Wampler of Smithvllle Ind taken from his home by n dozen masked men and flogged with switches for tailing to support his family Municipal Ownership league of New York which nominated W R lit art for mayor last year abandoiol Hearsts leadership and will name a state ticket- Henry M Drccso of Akron 0 after several attompts at suicide escaped vigilance of his family and laid him self upon railway track Ho was beheaded by a train Failures in the United States during the week wore 200 against 206 same week last year In Canada C against 34 last year Symsonia Ky March 30 1003 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear SlrI would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer tban fifteen miles of thus place BO I would be pleased to hear from you con cernine the agency as soon as possible Ed Draff en Symsouia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes semlanal emissions wean and lame backs rbentnatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble In children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on reoeipt of 1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for test monials Hold by all druggists DrKlngs NewUfePi The best In the world Campbell Nominated Hamilton 0 Sept 25At a meet lug of tho Third district Democratic congressional convention former Gov ernor James E Campbell was nomi nated for congress and his acceptance was read Judge Edward Jones was nominated by the congressional con vention but he refused to accept It and tHe committee which was empowered by the convention to fill vacan cies was called to name another man Volume of Foreign Trade Washington Sept 24Tho foreign commerce of the United States has crossed the 3000000000 line In the 12 months ending with August the im ports were 1254399735 and the ex ports 1759417898 a total for the period of 3013817633 These figures are supplied by the bureau of sta tistics of the department of commerce and labor Shot His Wife Vlncennes Ind Sept 26John De bord 30 entered a restaurant at which his wife Is employed shot and killed her Seeing him enter the woman started to leave the placo but Debord fired four shots at her and she fell dead at the door Debord had been drinking Immediately after he fired the shots Debord made his escape A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklers Arnica Salve is ap plied promptly U J Welch of Tekou slid Mlcb says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skits injuries and flail it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 25c at Severs Drug Co Lumber Licked Up by Fire Nashville Tenn Sept 24Flre at the large lumber yards of Liberman Loveman OBrien destroyed 5000 000 feet of quartered oak and poplar one dry kiln and throe drying sheds Tho origin of tho fire Is unknown The loss Is between 125000 and 150000 Telephone Line Sold Mount Sterling Ky Sept 25The East Kentucky Telephone company of this city with lines all over this sec Lion of Kentucky was sold to tho Peo plea Independent Ice and Coal com pony of St Louis The new owners will build and reorganize tho plant Fflitsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the sur geons knife- That such a medicine exists howcrcttis proved by I thousands of cures made by WINE OF CARDUIi I Cures Womb I Disease iI IIt has saved the lives of many weak sick women and rescued oth ers from a lifetime of chonlc sick ness It wilt cure you If you will only give It a chAnco Try It Sold by all druggists and deal ers in SI 00 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER I ItII wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs S J Chrisman of MannsviUeNY It My doctor said no medicine would help me After taking Cardul I gave up my sup porterand am now well t The Publishers ClaimsustaiiiedUNITED Tho Pal+lI tiers or Webfter international 11luIlIri detail and vastly enriched In every piirt with tho purpose of adapting it to meet tho larger and severer requirements another generu tlon Wo are of tho opinion Ihntths allegation most cleurlv and accurately livcrll oa tho work that tins been nrcoiuilllii l mid tho result that bus been reached Tho Dictionary as it now stands lots len tuurnimhly ro edited III every detail hns lava corrected In every part nnl1ls admirably u lpied to meet tho larger rand severer loquircments of a prenenttton which detuan3 uro of pmptdar ihllolotflcnl knowledge tbiui ary generation that tho world husover c nd a 11- It Is perhaps needless to add that wo refer to tho dictionary in our jndlrlrl wnrk as of tho highest authority In ltrcmaeyof dean tlon and that in tho futuroinlitliopastlt wtU be tuesourco or constuat tefereucei CHARLES O KOTT IbicC Juitlce LAWRKNTR WELDOY Jolly JJA BTANTOy IS 11I FJITF CUA11LES U JuWUYJndcM The above refers to WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE thohlRhestawnrd wax given to tho Interna tional at tho Worlds Fair BU Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST You will be inttretted in our specimen pages ttntjre- eQCMERRIAMOO PUBLI8HIRC 8PRINQFIELD MAN U wtasrzSstc Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island low round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVery Deductions 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 ARKVesall LTa trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request QEO H LEE H AUC1UIRE Gen Pass Agt Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O = wyY yVW AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIPTO YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted I SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY IIItinerary of Trip Creek Garden of the Grant Kivcr Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and 6i DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary trip of this nature has ben fully consider ed and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all Special Sleepers will leave Louisville Night of July 25th For full particulars wr J IT 1907 leII WmYYH n SOUTHWESTThe and PROSPERITY Are you making nc much off your farm as YOU ought No dcubt you are making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much It takes too nuh money to hay big farm and so you are trying Vying on small farm or perhaps yon are renting oue and paying good share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to go wuere the price of good land is so little that you can own big fartn where every acre of the ground is working for you and all you raise is paying you good profits There are thousands of acres of fertile land in the Southwtt along the line of the Cotton BeK Route that can be brought for from fo to if 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 IntcrrkU lay la settling thorn The trip can foe made at very llttl expect On the ant HIIII tltlyd Tuesdays or each month you can purchase round trip ticket to any point In tho southwest on or via the Cotton felt Route at very hw rates Stopovers will bo allowed for you to examine any locality jou lire InturtiNtetl tnl Write ut once for tree copies of books describing this wonderful country and for full Information about costof tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Collon Self Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky H f wT mr 1 TICILEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a Jowolry establishment more up to date Fine Jewelry Silverware Hollowware Flatware Gold spectacles andnIl other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needles to fit all machines findingsBest Musical and instruments finest andjj of all timepieces 1v I Dlst = = a a a a a a L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST nOUNn Cloverport507Aarrives at Louisville T5 A H No 142 Dally Mall and Uxpres leaves Clo verport II 42 A M stops at all way stations arrives Loutsvllle 1236 p in Train No ill Dully fast man lleaves Olo verport44S p m stops at all way stations atLoulsvilio UnOdation WEST nOUNI No 147 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 u m arrives Evans vl llo 000 Ii in expressloavesHawesvllle Lewlsport MUCOO Owen boro Stanley Henderson and Eran vllle arrives ft Louis 780 p m Train No 143 Mull and Ex press dally ar rives Cloverport 740 p moo Kvsnsvllle 1030 p m Stops ut all stations No 145 dally St Louis fast trnlDleal voeClo verportU PM arrives Evansvllle Il86 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 141 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 and 140 between Louisville are U Louis Fordsville Burch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except Friday loaves Fordsvlllo430 m awes Irvlngton 840 am Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p moo arrives Irvlngton 520 p lu Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllo 830 a m Irvington 803 a m WEST BOUND Train No S Dally except Sunday loaves Irvlngton 850 a m arrives Fordavllle 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 mpj arrives FordsTlllo 925 pm LL A 1TRr9P u sK = T tYt 1 J WF Fr nfifu28 sc ss 1Y3 wLtj 4 =Lx = T 1 t WlttT7 nGL 4 4 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 3 1906Jt JI + t ri J 1U h t i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS J NO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlnc Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price X100 a year or HM if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 nU per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is Dot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the address ratacrlbers should Rive their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 For Congress nON BEN JOHNSON Talk up the County Fair Juno Gale of Oventon has withdrawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for Stat Treasurer leaving a clear field for his opponent Ruby Laffen of Madtsonville Fine lot of both mule and hors colts coming on now in this county Breckenridge county is fast coming to the front in the qualit of her stock She will soon stan at the head of the list as a breeder and raiser of good stock Nothing will give her more prestige along this line than a good count fair HARDINSBURG Mrs Arne Hook has rented her home and moved to Louisville Mrs Taylor Beard has returned home from Oklahoma and from ia visit to her son Dr Harold Beard at Livermore Ky Horace Snider and John Gal lowayof Bewloyvillc wore in town Saturday on a business trip Alfred Allen and familof the Wesley Chabel neighborhood have moved to town and are occupying the property of Mrs Arne Hook on secondstreet Arthur Scott has gone to Louis vine He has a position with the Shnson Morgan Co Chas L Beard has purchased the farm of John Roach lying or the Leitchfield road five mile from town The consideration was 2000Squire Frank Rupert of Rock vale was in town Saturday Mrs Vera Jarboo will com mence the erection ofa dwelling this week on her lot on Main street Andrew Elder has the contractHon Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury will address the voters at Leitchlield Ky on Tuesday October 9 at 1 oclock p m The Secretary is a very fine orator one of the best stump ers in the United States andany citizen will be well repaid in hearing him Misses Randall and Turner of Kingswood were the guests of Miss Lelia McGary Saturday and Sunday The Rev Everett English of Stephensport has moved here and willmake this place his per manent home Wm G Haswell spent several days of last week in Louisville Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frnqsent rasa or lad bluod 1111 sluggish liver Thil produces rnndlpatlon 1oltouuui ulHitance are then absorbed Into the blood Seep tile bowels open with Ayers lllU Made 0 Are Co Lowell MassADO mtnuAoturer ot HAIR VIGOR F AGUe CURe yersCHERRY PEOkORAL We hate no leoret I We publish the formulas of all our medloln Col Lafo Green of Falls of Rough was the guest of Morris II Beard and wife Sunday Green W Beard and wife und Miss Tula C Daniel attended tbe annual conference of the M Ji Church South held at Centre CityChas L Beard attended the conference of the M E Church South held at Central City last weekGross Williams of Hartford iis here visiting Morris Eskridgo and wifeClaude Mercer went to Clover port Monday Prof Peake of Kingswood College delivered an interestin lecture on Man at the M E Church South Sunday evening Quarterly court was in session Monda Fiscal court convened Tuesday All the Justices are present and Judge Moorman is presiding Hughes Frymiro and wife of Frymire are visiting Milton aiillei and wife You may be just as skeptical auc pessimistic as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether you ea- or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsa Care on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure Indigestion and Dyspepsia It Is curing hundreds and thousands some had faith and some didnt Sold by all duggistst A Correction In the News columns last week the statement was made that Captain J H Rowland postmaster at this place was instrumental in the arrest of Mrs Abigai Iriel postmistress at Victoria charges with tampering with the United States nails This was an error CAptain Rowland accompanied the officer to Victoria but was not a party to the ar rest of Mrs Friel It ia impossible to have a clear head an active brain a vigorous constitution or a strong body when the digestion is weak or when the stomach it out of order Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will put the stomach and digestive organs in good condition and improves the general condition Sold by all druggists Death of an Infant Virginia Ruth the thirteen nonths old child of Mr and Mrs Shelby McCracken died at tho home of her parents in this city Monday morning at G oclock of tomach trouble The funeral ervices wore conducted at the home yesterday morning at 10 oclock by Rev J T Lewis The body was buried in the city I emetery Though tho child had ever enjoyed good health her death was nevertheless quite sudden having been ill only an hour Sincerest sympathy is extended the bereaved family TO CURe A COLD IN ONE DAY Tuko LAXATIVE HOMO Quinine Tablets TUCBlsts refund mocuv If It Gills to cure E W KOVES signature Is on sac hbox 25c UP TO GOVERNOR BECKHAM Editor Gore The Brlllnnt AntiSaloon Fighter Serves Notice on The Governor Mr Rogers Gore who but recently onducted successfully the most brilliant fight against the saloon in Washington county is not satisfied with the way the lid has been raised in Louisville and In- his paper this week has the following pertinent editorial The Democrats of Washington county are watching Louisville with such interest Gov Beckham put the- tld on and the people applauded him But the lid came oft Gov Beckham says he will put it on again and thats wbAt the people of this county are in vested in Every day the question isI asked by many of our countymen Will Beckham put the lid on in Louis vl11e The Governor says he has the uthority certainly he has the power The State malitia is at his command he is the CommanderInChief And it s up to you Gov Beckham If you put the Louisville lid on in the next week or twoif you put it on good and gilt Washington county will give you a nice majority If you do not put the Louisville lid on the peoplewill feel that you are insincerethat you have been making a grandstand play They will believe that you have made a deal as- the Louisville Herald of yesterday charges with the whiskey element for ouisvilles vote and Washington county will go 500 to 1000 majority against you EHzabethtown News 11I1Get I EJMlfiI1 ForWinter Weather111 IICold weather will be here before you know it Have you done your I buying Are you prepared for cold weather If you have not hur I ry to our store and get choice of the Big Stock in IILadies Misses and Childrens Cloaks IIHonest goods in both quality and price This seasons newest most I uptodate styles in these popular goods I carriedTM tW Black Royal Blue Light and Dark Tan Brown and Plaids I D Lots of d to Your Selections With Prices Always to Suit I1 IILadies Skirts You will find these goods the newest things I I i 00rangei I iSpecial Silk Sale for This Week Only rtij FANCY SILK PATTERNS at Great Saving Prices We are offering for this week 35 j lj pieces of Fancy Silks mostly in Shirt WaistI Patterns at prices that will astound you rtijThese goods were regular SOc 75c 100 and UO goods OurI Special Prices for this week on them will be from 25c to 75c per yard If you are looking for Bargains you need go no farther i h Every We Make is Backed By Goods I B F BEARD Hello Central Give Ale 193 Winn Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat Always on hand Say us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do note please you WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky CATOBXABun 0iTheKind You Hate Always Bootfi Bignitv JJIlet Thirtyone Governments will be represented ut the international1 conference of wireless telegraphy convening at Berlin October 3 which is to take up tho work of international regulation of wire less telegraphy loft over from the Berlin conference of 1903 Tho United States will have several represonatives present The Laxative Cough Syrup is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels all cold from the system by acting as a catbartio on the bowels It relieves the feverish of the throat draws out the inflam mation cures the conch and strengthens the mucous membranes of the lungs and bronchial tubes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is a certain safe prompt and harm less cure for colds croup and whooping cough Sold by alTdrnggists I have Just received a handeome line of Furniture When needing any thing in this line call and see how easy 1 can please you vs NSJ v My Blue Ribbon line of SHOES is t the prettiest in town For style and com fort they cant be beat JOHN T HOBEN t Hardinsburg Ky KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFO100 OLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK PENNY PICTURES FOR SALE lAt Brabandt s J Cloaks 4 to 14 Misses jm PRICESLadies from 225 to 550 Infants from 1 to 300 tRoom Make Remember That with each Cash Purchase you receive a rebate ticket good for 5 per cent of amount purchased redeemable in merchandise You can figure this saving on anything we han dle and if you do you will find that it will save you many dollars in the run of a year TRY IT BARGAINS BARGAINS Watch our Bargain Counter You will find Bargains on it every day in the week Goods that you need all the time Ask for it when you come in I Offer the Try Us I CO Bros give Original conditions New 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 I 0 K Washing Machine 750 Call on us for anything in the Hardware line McGlothlan Piggott Irvington Ky I FOR SALE We will on tho 15th of October close down andcease to operate the Star Roller still at this place All who have wheat stored with us will please come and settle and get pay for same We arc also offering this plant and stock of wheat and Etc for sale Anyone wanting to engage in the milling business will find this a good opportunity Will soil for cash or in payments or exchange for good farm lands Star Roller Mills Co To draw the fire out of a burn neat H cut without leaving a soar or to cure bcils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use DeWitts Witch Hazel Halve A specific for piles Get the genuine Sold by all druggists CUBES WHERE All ELSE FAIL Best Couth Syrup Tastes Coed Use In time Sold by drWrglatsll CONSUMPTION THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 3 1906 16 Breckenridge News 1 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 igoe HEALTH INSURANCEThe 1115 life toI wise for his family The man who Insures his healthl Is wise both for his family andI himselft You may iasuro health by guard lag It It is worth guarding r At the first attack of disease which generally approaches through the LIVER and manifests Itself in Innumerable ways TAKE =Tutts Pills And save your health who do not J SUBSCRIBERS J or Daily Papers regularly telephone mi immediately to the News ID j mce Please do not wait until you have missed get I ting several copies but make x I your complaint at once so we Sj can see to it that the carrier delivers your paper as or J X dored fi Jno D Babbage Sonsii I iPublishing Co I Byrne Severs was in Owensboro Sun dayMrs Chas Hall was in Louisville yes terday Theo Hhnplnsky was In Louisville SaturdayGo Conrad Payne Co for your molasses buckets Sam Bassett of Union Star was ijn Louisville Monday Mrs Shelby V Conrad is visiting iin Louisville this week Just received a carload of American wire fencing Conrad Payne ifs Co Headquarters for all kinds of wire andi farm supplyes Conrad Payne Co Prof Moses E Wood of Hodgenville is in Cloverport on a business trip Five and ten pounds molasses buckets jijst received Conrad Payne Co JJfr Weaver was bere from Cannelton I Sunday the guest of Miss Mamie De HavenThe only first class hardware store iin Breckenridge county Conrad Payne Co Ladies Misses and childrens machine and band made hats a specialty at Poland Franks Beore you buy your wire for fencing call on or phone us for prices Conrad Payne Co Drand Mrs VO Standish of Hawes ville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T S Nicholas W R Wilson of Paducab was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Dave Wilson last week Go tJ Conrad Payne Us Co for your stove pipe It is handmade and rlvited dont come apart Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Miss Mamie Dellaven is going t Brandenburg the latter part of this wee to visit Miss Mary Lin Ditto The most complete line of heating stoves ever received in Cloverport at Conrad Payne St Co George Cox sold his farm in the Union Star neighborhood to Lafe an l Jesse Stuart for the sum of 300 o edits Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak an paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gaine twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more som less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you bu Scotts Emulsion L We will send you a little free 5COTT BOWNE CHEMISTS x499 Pearl Street New York- t Soc and 100 all druggists r Everything new In the millinery at Mis J N Cordreys hereI Call to see our new line of silks trimmings etc Mrs J N Cordrey Mr Jas R Sldllman and Miss Mary Gllmourof Owensboro visited relatives here Monday Ladies our line of Fall and Winter millinery is now on displayMrs J N Cordrey Mss W M Boutcher of Lewisport visited her mother Mrs Joe Morrison the first of the week Prettiest line of Fall and Winter Hats m town at Mrs J N Cordreys mil finery store Mr C I Hendricks and wife of Hardlnsburg spent Sunday with the family of Mr C D Hooks Have you seen Polk and Franks Gage pattern Hats They ate the millinery sensation of the season Mrs C D Hook and children have returned home from a visit of several weeks to relatives at Tell City Ind Mrs Truman Adams and little daugh ter left Sunday for Louisville to join her husband who has a position there News has been received here of the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr and Mrs Alf Hestou Hardinsburg Miss Addie Louise Babbage will leave tonight for Sewanee Tenn to spend a few days with her brother John D Babbage Jr Mr and MrsBen McQuady of Evansville came up last Saturday to visit Mrs McQuadys parents Mr and Mrs R C Mattingly The largest variety of millinery goods ever carried in CloverportStyllsh ser viceable and modern at Folk and Pranks Call and see them David Sharp and two sisters Mrs Nannie Lyons and Mrs Nancy Ann Crawley and Mr and Mr Grit Oliver all of Custer left Irvington Tuesday evening for an extended visit to rela tives in Texas Mr J P Chandler of Hudson has bought the Thos Caleyl property in Eastland and will move his family here He is a local steam engineer and comes well recommended as a good citizen We welcome him to our town Mr Chandler paid 300 cash for his property Charlie Chamberlain one of the long service engineers and a fine social frl- i low is off on a vacation for several weeks He will visit friends in Mich igan OhioChicago and Baltimore then take in the Lakes He says he wants to get clear out of sight and the noise of an engine HAS STOOD THBTEST 25 YEARS The old erlglnal ROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Iron and quinine In a tasteless formNo Its no pay Me Orand Lodge of Kentucky Free and Accepted Masons and Grand Chapter of Kentucky n A M Louisville 250 round trip from Cloverport on this oc casion Dates of sale October 15 and 16 return limit October 10 Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the peo pIe we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fevtr and the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membranes Cleansing sooth ing and healing One trial will con PricekBros 56 Warren St New You Sold Farm For 5000 Mr F K Rhodes has sold hisJJ farm in the southwestern section Cand non Consideration 5000 The farm is located in the McDaniels district An Ertrnordlnnrr Forest The most extraordinary forest In the world was discovered by Dr Wei wltsch and occupies a tableland some six miles In width near the west coast of Africa The peculiarity of the trees Is that though their trunks are as much as four feet In diameter they at thin the height of only a foot No tree thesodtwo feet Not What Ho Seemed halodover tho old yeoman farmer Ho was certainly not a good tiller of the soil but lazy old fashioned and unenterprls Ing No houses were so much In need of repair no gardens so 111 kept no fields so overgrown with weeds as those of tho small proprietor of the CountryeLife Neighborly ShoI have not seen you for an age weylive only a apart Berlin I learned with much regret that youve been 111 Herr DoctorWho told you that SheMy brother wrote me from India Fllcgende Blatter Speaking of the Irony of fate why to It that a mans friends sometimes for get him but his enemies QoverTer- IU Tex Transcript + + 1 Jottings I ThereU k I + + This is the season when the coal man gets his dues 000 All coons look alike to a chicken 000 Lots have a county fair next year Every citizen in Brecken ridge county should feel it his duty to take an active interest in promoting this enterprise 000 Breathes there a merchant with soul so dead who to himself has never thought It pays to adver tise 000 Theres one thing in which ve are better oil than Rockefeller and that is the satisfaction of knowing that when we die our relatives and friends and the char ity organizations wont be fight ing over the money wo leave be hind 000 If youre a grumbler andcant lint anything else to grumble about but your home town just take a vacation until you have visitedother towns the size of Clovcrport If you are still inclined to knock well see ifn home for confirmed grumblers cant be established with you as a charter member 000 Boys if you will smoke cigar rettes dont add another sin to your young lives by saying my parents never taught mo bet ter One father told his son that cigarrette smoking is no honor most any coon can smoke 000 Girls honor your father that your days may be long etc and fathers honor your daughters millinery bills that your days may multiply in peace oooA- dvertising doesnt pay said a merchant in an adjoining county several months ago Since then however his goods have been advertised over the sheriffs signa ture 000 It isnt every man with a red nose these mornings that can be accused of falling oft the water wagon 000 Several1 weddings in and around Cloverport are said to be scheduled for this fall Lovers as well as poets are affected by these dreamy days 000 Strange how the impressions of youthstick to a fellow always Remember that once during our kid days a fellow asked us the loan of a dime Ho got itnilwe had and bought a drink and when wo asked him to return it ho got mad cussed us out and said it was counterfeit anyhow 000 A correspondent in one of our exchanges sajs that Mr Still well is still sick ooo Merchants let the News do your talking for you Nearly every family in the county reads the News and the cheapest way of putting before the public what you have to sell is through theso columns 000 girlletslenient with us and that ore many months pass you will be with us again donned in lovoly white 000 A commercial club is the busi ness life of any town Cloverport has a commercial club composed of enterprising business men Wo are expecting good returns for tho energy they are expending in behalf of Cloverport 000n- ewspapcrA report says that a man died from tho effects of eating Itfonn of limbergor cheese Probably tho reporter got a whiff of him and surmised the rest 000 Some mens iidea of a halo follow well met is the man who is always there with tho price of a drink when they meet him Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It CUll catarrh and drlres away a cold In the head quicklyCream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and k cure follows ItIs not drying doci not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDrog gist or by null Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York fff r DR TAYLOR Representlnll TAYLOR KEENE m DENTISTS lOF OWENS00ROf 1- iil Will be In Cloverport on theE1 j eachjm i mIIJ IDII 1 EJ m A Most Perplexing I m Questiontt W IIi Good Complexion t W I CREME DELIGHTFUL I IISEVERS DRUG C- OWants 1 gIS = Si5 m p I + 3WHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week WANTED HUn TIMIIElt tVJANTED Tfi timber for particulars and prices address Iluwos vlllo Hub and Ktg Co Huwusvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE EninejoodasnewlIlrtCostoryJwellint25 acres Rood timber rest under cultivation lowloyvllleGood land and well watered For further KyItR SWIVlANTEDGentloman or lady with toad rigforIIOi200paidweeklystamp Jos A Alexander Cloverport Ky FOIL SALEA tuition certificate In the nreckIcnrldJo1 branch railroad near Kirk 100 acres i acresinfurtherparticularsj Cloverport Ky lumberWriteverport Ky L hillsbctweelWmAllens ceive reward from Sam Tlndall Clcmtport KyWANTEDIly Chicago wholesale and mllll assistant mutineer cnwn or woman for this county and adjoining terri weeklyexponsoposition permanent No Investment or ex alllabioWriteGENERALMANAGEIt134 FOR SALE PIUNTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoUasollneEnjtlnesMAItTIN StreetLouisville LE ROY POWS TheydrawstonyTheyLoHoyfor sale by COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and nlpht Hates glOOper day Mrs J H Wills and Gency Wills will go to Louisville this week p M WillI MEET ME AT NOLTES I It was I tis SHOES W IN r a at our and say we are in in rear all over the t in or we can fit to a if let us I J C Ky IF You Want Then You Want Us THE WORK IS DONE IN BUFFALO Jno Sons Pub Co Ky S A Co r No Just tell us how much Lumber you need We hnve nil kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats tho thing you were unable to get sot quick before Let us have your order today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Ky I Take LWS Last Week t This Week rrBIGGEST AND BEST LINE SIGHT Take peep stock youll right Shoes front Shoes Shoes storeBring infant grand parent them finish youll Nolte Bro Cloverport ITS- ENGRAVED CARDS D Babbage Cloverport Cadick Milling Waiting Here Seaton Weatherholt Cloverpurt Tablets sipatareI You Will Do bakingforentertainingYou the result should be satisfactorya little better than the ordinaryLet help you by urging you to try a sack of CADICKSGOLD Its the Flour that pleases the Flour goodliversMAKERS t Grandview Ind A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because I You know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you I per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons I why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal I OF CLOVERPORTCloverport v4T r To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Jiromo Quinine FLOUR BANK Cures Crip 1la Two Days c8 01 every bcx 25c I H ii iV i c = Thrzt=A w T r + w + r 1 4 J 1- CT I 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORTKY OCTOBER3 1906 tol COOL HEADSf Succeed In Restoring Order In the RlotRldden City Atlanta Ga Sept 2C Atlanta bows llttlo signs of the turbulent scenes which have been enacted during the past several days Good cltt tenshlp and cooler heads have apparently obtained tho mastery and many prominent men both white and col ored are using every energy towardJ bringing the city back to Its normalI condition which Is almost an accom plished task Tho city is quiet Following the arrest of 257 negroes at Brownville Including Clark unlvor city and the detention of about 100 of these in the county jail the feeling prevailed that at last peace was is stored by a strong show of authority Almost simultaneously two negroe were killed in a distant part of tho tlty by three policemen sent to stop their shooting Four companies of state militia from outside points were ordered here by the governor as mat ter of precaution rather tkan from kn pressing necessity- A gathering of business and profes atonal men called for vigorous actio by the legislative authorities regard- Ing negro dives and saloons Resolu tions adopted demand that then places bo closed and kept closed pe petually In these demands negr I clergymen unite promising their su port of all measures for the commo- good and their Influence tholrowu people They asked the protection of the innocent of their own race as fo n those of the whites They were give the1hThe known dead as a result of the riots number one white man and 18 negroes To this number might baI added Mrs Robert P Thompson white who dropped dead Monday evening after seeing two negroes sho and beaten in front of her home Danger From The Plague I Theres grave danger from the plague ol Coughs and Colds that are so preva lent unless you toke Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writeslilts a Godsend to peopl- living in climates where coughs an colds prevail I find it quickly endsI them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaG rippe gives wonderful relief iinI Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward ofT Consumption Coughs and Colds i50c an i 1 00 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Triall bottle free The Study of Poetry Never before was there so much study of poetry niul the drams This Is due to tho modern extension of edu cation and to the spread of reading mutter HIIIOIIK the masses Poetry Is not the fashion of nn hour it Is an eternal need of the souln need that Increases with the increase of Intel lectual light Edward Markham In Success Magazine Jinllclnl Wit- Her Christian immo is Handel ex plained n witness at West Hnm but she didnt like it and took up Annie InsteadMost people observed the magis trate prefer n handle to their names Which considered judicially would appear a brilliant sally London Trlb une Cure For The Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained When acheorf brave lighthearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery the BLUES it ii ft waySlip jI WtrJ Rosa AdairJf for some time head has ached am backalso has slept poorly been quite nervous and nearly fainted once or veryfastand during her periods she is exceed ugly despondent Nothing pleases youhavowon But she doesnt get all right and hope vanishes then como tho broodI everlustingBLUESBLUESDont wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair with your nerves aU shattered and tour courage gone Vegetable Mrs Rosa Adams of 810 12th Street Louisville Ky niece of the lato GenIeral Roger Hanson CSA She writes Dear Mrs PinWiom whntLydiahas done for me I suffered with female troubles extreme lassitude the bluesInervousness and that allgone feeling I was advised to try Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetablo Compound and It not only cured my female pertecthelyounger days has return and I do not suf far any longer with despondence t All I did bo VegatableIf you have some derangement el the female organism write Mn PiikiufB Lyaa Mass taradvice Bernhardt and Duma Sarah Bernhardt had just been elect ed a life member of the Comedic Fran calse When she found that she hadl n paper to sign she became nervousI and went to see the younger DumasI to tell him that she shrank from thet binding terms of the engagement Du mas advice was unhesitating My dear child dont sign your hair is too curly People with hair like that and he passed his fingers through his 1own crisp wavesought never to sign contracts for life The temperament Is too Intractable Sarah Bernhardt however signed and meeting Dumas again next day confessed she had done so Thats alright I remarked Dumas cheerfully I have won 500 francs 100 I bet Mme Dumas that amount after you left yesterday that you would ut once go and sign the agreement Well I shall buy you something with the money The next day Mme Bernhardt re cclved a magnificent wig of fair hair Withyit came the following sentence on a slip of paper Now that you are really willnneed It Elixir of Youth wereorow beauty but by those who desired andnyouth According to the seventeenth century prescription the elder flowers midsummernwater which was to be drunk dally for a month the first thing In the morning and the last thing at night This was a much prized elixir of youth By com mon consent there has always been something supernatural about the elder tree In Denmark it Is protected by I the elder mother without whose leave IitGermany the hat should be taken off to it And In England It has been variously considered tho tree of the cross and the tree upon which Judas hanged himself to be treated with reverence or fear accordingly London Chronicle Written on n Slntr firstdrough on n giving as his reason that erasures could more readily be made Aftor satisfy ing himself with n sentence written in tilts way he would with n sort pencil transfer the writing to paM r awl final ly when everythiiiK pUtised him he copied the entire manuscript In ink with the precision of nn engrossing clerk It Is decluredby those who were personally acquainted with General Wallace that lien IIur was written and rewritten at least thirty times and that when the final copy was sent to the publishers there was neither a correction nor an erasure throughout the manuscript The printer set up the copy exactly as it was written and the author himself never corrected a proof before the book was sent to press Uxnrdu Tails Certain lizards are remarkable for the fragility of their tails although this weakness Is not always the drawback that may be Imagined The dia mond tailed gecko for Instance fre quently owes its existence to the readiness with which its caudal appendage can be snapped off This reptile which will perch upon a rock head downward and tall In the air Is liable to be prey ed upon by hawks One of these for midable birds will swoop down upon a lizard and seize what It takes to be the head but Is really the tall Ths brittle tall snaps off and the gecko wriggles nwny not much the worse to grow another 1rcclnc lint Acid The women with thin lips and raspy voice stepped up before the languidly Indifferent ticket seller in the railway station Where do you want to J01 he ask ed as his jeweled fingers rilllcd a bunch of pasteboards Novo of your business where I want to go1 oho snapped Just you sell me a ticket to Now York but bear In mind that Im going there because Ive got to not because I want touVnshing ton Star Is fleet Ire Mr Bowler I should like to know what good all those cooking school les sons are doing our daughter Mrs B Everything she cooks she brings homo Yes and none of the family will touch em and the things are just thrown away No they are not She gives them to beggars Huh What good does that do Wo aro getting rid of beggars The llciiltnnt Swain He What would your father do If I told him I wauted to marry you Sho lIed refer the matter to me He hopefully And what would you do Sho Id refer the matter to the young man who proposed to me and was ac cepted while you wore trying to make up your mind Bohemian Magazine A Little Short of Fund Mr TyteIlilstMore money What have you done with that dollar I gavo you last week Mrs TytePhist Thats in tho savings bank but I caut draw the interest on It till next January I want another doll to run the house on in the meantime Chica go Tribune III Contribution What did that old miser put down when you asked him to contribute to the charitable fund 7 His foot Baltimore American To wait and be patient soothes many a pang Dutch Proverb HEARST NOMINATED I The New York Editor Won Out OvtfT OpponenwlSept In a Ie sloe which began at 8 p m andI lasted until 220 in the morning the Democratic state convention noml rnated William Randolph Hearst fo governor A test vote was on theI adoption of the majority report of theI committee on contested seats show ling the Hearst men to have the neces 2sary strength to win By 244 to 14 tho report was adopted By this ac tion the Hearst forces secured 63 ad ditional votes- Congressman William Sulzer was also placed In nomination his name being greeted by a great outburst of cheering which continued 14 minutes John A Dlx of Washington county was also named for governor Hearst was nominated on first bal lot receiving 309 votes Sulzer 124 and Dlx 17 Lewis F Chanler of Duchesse coun ty was nominated for lieutenant gov ernor by acclamation and a full state ticket was selected Marines Desert Service Washington Sept 26r Marines have been deserting the barracks an Mare Island Cal at a rate which has made It necessary for Brigadier Gen eral G F Elliott commanding the ma- rino corps to detail a second lieuten ant and several experienced enlisted men as a squad whose solo duty 1 is to search San Francisco for desert ers from the marine corps So great has been the demand for laborers In San Francisco that representatives of labor agencies have been visiting Maro Island and urging the marines to desert the service Didnt Know It Was Loaded Bay City Mich Sept 27 When Mrs Samuel Abrams returned to her home on a farm In Garfield township 15 miles from here sho found her 6yearold daughter lying dead on tho floor her face blown off by a charge from a shotgun The 8yearold son shot her during the mothers absence while playing with a gun he did not know was loaded Mrs Abrams faint ed from the shock and is In a critical condition She left her three children alono In tho house while attending a trial Yacht Smuggling Chinks St Johns N F Sept 25A yacht claiming to hall from Now York left Plncentla having aboard 42 Chinamen whom it is supposed she is trying to smuggle into Canadian or United States ports The Colonial cruiser Neptune was dispatched in quest of her instructed to seize her for alleged violation of the colonial laws In em barking passengers without a permit Rebate Penalties Washington Sept 271t was offi cially announced that since Jan 1 283073 has been collected by the government from railroads granting rebates or conspiring to give rebates this being exclusive of money collect ed for violations of tho safety appli ance law Over 200 of the latter cases were filed and in most of them the railroads confessed judgment Hearst Mum New York Sept 2S William R Hearst had nothing to say concerning his nomination by the Democratic stato convention He was engaged in preparing a speech to deliver at the county fair in Poughkeepslo and it was not expected that he would make any statement concerning his nomina tion at this timeIj Three Drown at Toledo Toledo 0 Sept 24 During a squall a rowboat containing two men and two women was swamped In Mau mee bay James Howes Mrs Kate Carlin and Mrs Leslie Watson drowned Edward Sweetman clung to the drifting boat rid was rescued THE MARKETS i CHICAGOCattle Common to prIme steers 3 StfC 35 cows J2 7604 75 heifers 2 605 35 bulls I 404 CO stockers and feeders J2 6004 50 Sheep and LambsSheep I1 505 75 lambs 36 007 66 yoarllngs 5 7S6 00 Calvea 3 008 60 Hogs Choice to prIme hoavy J6 60411 60 medium to good heavy J6 JC6 45 butcher weights JS C50G 70 good to choice mlxocl 6 405J6 65 pack Ing JC 0020 45 pigs JS 7506 60 Wheat No2 red 744G749ic OaU No 2 SSo CornNo 2 47Vio EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export 5 256 J5 shipping steers 4 765 25 butcher cattle U 766 00 heifers sa 255 00 fat cows and bfI- I 25Q4 00 milkers and springers US 00 BO 00 Sheep and LambsGood to choice yearlings 16 006 1151 wether U 76 6 00 mixed 5 005 50 owes JS 005 25 spring lambs J5 007 90 Calves Beit S9 009 25 Hogs Heavies J3 908 95 mediums 7 00 Yorkers JT 007 05 pigs 6 8006 95 roughs S5 605 90 stags 4 1635 00 PITT8BURQ Cattle Choice Ii e5i E 90 prime J5 4005 69 tidy butchers S4 G5S 00 heifers J2 504 2611 coobulls and stags S3 000 75 fresh cows and springers 25 0050 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers sr 60B 75 good mixed 5 255 CO lambs J5 097 15 CalvesVeal S5 000 850 Hogs Hoavy hogsS7 0007 05 medium and heavy Yorkers S7 25 light Yorkers T 157 20 pigs JO 9007 0- 0CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfod 5 6006 00 heifers 3 754 25 fat cows 3 2503 60 bulls S2 252 75 milkers and springers 12 0043 00 Sheep and LambsChoice lambs T 6007 CO good 7 007 40 wothers Sf 6005 00 mixed 4 005 00 ewes 5 00 down Calves IS 25 down Hogs Yorkers and mediums S6 7G06 80 pigs J6 6006 CO roughs 15 255 60 stags U 0904 60 BOSTON Wool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX adn aboev 3434Uo X 310320 No1 4041c No2 3839o fine un washed 2526c detain washed 36037o flelalno unwashed 2S029c Kentucky and Indiana combing blood 333Bc CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 760 Mo CornNo3 mixed 4g4Sttc OatsVo 2 mixed 3538o Rye No 2 ICo 10 26 Hogs5 606 SB Cattle 12 0- 9i7 75- NEW YORK Wheat No J red 79o 74aTOLEDO 504o1ta Charges Dismissed New York Sept 26 Captain Joe E Boynton of South America and Lewis M Thompson a lawyer of this city were discharged from custody by a United States commissioner before charger bollI var silver dollar of Venezuela Coun sel for the defendants contended that the federal statutes made a distinc 2tion between tho possession of dies to counterfeit United States coins and the money of another country argu ing that proof must be established that It was intended to engage In the counterfeiting within the jurisdiction of the United States The prisoners showed that they planned to make their coins in the delta of the Orinoco in South America Miners Escape Flames Calumet Mich Sept 26FJre which endangered hundreds of lives broke out under ground in No1 shaft at the North Kearsarge branch of the Osceola Consolidated mine Thero are 800 men employed at the property most of them working under ground When the presence of fire became known the men made a mad rush for No 3 shaft where they were hoisted In tho skip as rapidly as possible Many men working at the bottom of tho shaft were forced to climb nearly 1000 feet to reach a drift connecting encount gas wero over come Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous germs from the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach nausia head ache dizziness and colic without grip lag or discomfort 2icl Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Alleged Land Frauds Chicago Sept 25 An extenslvo scheme of land frauds in government lands in the vicinity of Alliance Neb was unearthed here Patrick J King for many years the head policy promoter of Chicago was arrested on a charge of being the ringleader Sub ornation of perjury was the specific charge on which King was arrested Bitten by Horse Marlon 0 Sopt 25 Wllllan Seen the keeper of Oliver Moore the famous trotting stallion was attacked by the animal and seriously hurt The flesh of Seens right forearm was chewed to the bone It took two men to pry the horses Jaws apart to re lease Scons arm Dutch Ironclad Founders Amsterdam Sept 24 A special dispatch from Nlouwedlep declares that the Netherlands coast defense Ironclad Peet Holn is sinking because of the opening of a seacock which U Is impossible to close Tho boilers ot the vessel already are submerged CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought kSignature Fugitive Captured Lexington Ky Sept 2JGrnnt Waters wanted at Huntington W Va for the alleged murder of Wil liam Crocker in August 1905 was ar rested here He was located after ap plying at the city hall for a transfer of a saloon license Waters admits that ho was In the general fight when Crocker was killed but says ho is not guilty of using a knife A reward of S200 Offered by the stato officials will be claimed by Chief of Detectives Drown who located tho fugitive Head AcheS- ometimesIf so it will interest you to know that it can be stopped with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and without any bad after effects and this without dan ger of forming a drug habit or having your stomach disar ranged They positively contain no opium morphine co caine chloral ether or chloro form in any form Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve 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decreased in enIergy An increase in tho energy ofll tho storm however is expected whenE tho disturbance reaches the lower lake regions Its course being north ward through Tennessee Kentucky 1 mild Ohio This Is almost Identically tho course taken by tho West Indiantt hurricane which dovastated Galvestt ton Tex several years ago After leaving the coast tho hurri cane which came up from the West Indies proceeded Inland throughII northern Alabama in a northeasterly t direction at a velocity but slightly 1 lloss than that recorded in New OrIleans Reports do not indicate any loss of life but damage to property over tho territory touched by the storm Is something enormous All I wlro communication is seriously dls 1 ngOd and In some Instances cut cities completely Numerous wash+ Buti occurred the interruption from I this cause In one caso extending 80 t miles Pensacola where tho maxi mum velocity of wind was felt reports a property loss of 3000000 In the city alone I Now Orleans furnished numerous wild rumors but authentic reports t from there Indicate that while there I was considerable damage to property there was no loss of life In the city The waters of Lake Pontchartraln which wore five feet above normal 1 causing a serious overflow in parts otINew Orleans receded appreciably I the water In the submerged districts I began to drain offand the wind which I veered to the northwest began to irire the waters of the lake toward the culf The damage to railroads Is very I heavy Reports to officials of the Louisville It Nashville railroad from I the Mobile and Montgomery divisions I Indicate that the losess will approxl mate 1000000 The tracks between Flomaton Ala and Pensacola Fla aro otistructfld In many places and la places badly torn up by tailing trees Z it is rendered Laxative so that itsII use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation of the bowels It relaxes the nervous system and cures aUtt coughs colds cronp etc A red cloverII blossom and the honey bee is on every Cta Me of the Original Laxative Cough I up Kennedys Laxative Honey I and Tar sold bv all druggists Wanted iDShoot I Maysvllle Ky Sept 24 James Chester Savage 13 has confessed that he deliberately shot and killed his cousin William L Savage To theII chief of police the boy said I loved my cousin but I just wanted to shoot somebody so I shot him When the shotgun which with the boy shot his I cousin was found both barrels were I loaded and tho hammers raised The police say that young Savage undoubtedly Intended to shoot some other per son also I Injunction Continued Frankfort Ky Sept 25 In theII United States court for the easterntt district of Kentucky Judge Cochrancc entered anorder continuing as an In terlocutory Injunction granted somett weeks since against the Kentucky railroad commission restraining ItII from seeking to enforce new rates promulgated by It for transportation of freight on Interstate shipments pending final adjudication of the au I thority of the commission to make I such rates Killed at a Crossing Knoxville Tenn Sept 25 William H Haynes 40 and Dewey Haynes 17II were instantly killed and George W I Cox was fatally injured by a Southern J passenger train at New Line a smallJJ station near Morristown They avoId 1n freight and stepped directly InIfront of the passenger trainii 1 lires Just the Righ- Bowol t Laxative little SurePleasant to Takej i Tried and True Genuine Remedyjn you do nol have tree easy and reru1at iaeTements of the bowels you look the prime and ftnt estential of rood health There man tmarmdone than mere uncomfortablenets slug glihaess and bilious ness retention of food wastes In the bowels pollutes Irritates and potions You make the circulatory sys tHB the bloods scavenger Instead ti a fountain of s purest life and un tainted vitality The Ills of coo Klpatlon are not trifling but smriy always are fraught with vital significance I ek qyrarlAtoepit tiXr a 1 t11- 1peadeaatural aid of Lazeui Se sure not to force asa crowd the dell oate orvans oi pike stomach I Avoid all the dan Ft ar of powerful rand unknown med Seh1ellI Your safety and your health an hraJuecurOOUyou sake LaxetJ The fannulalsodeveryboxv show It to your tam Ky physician Laxels are put up In a flatmeW ease to handy tablet form one tablet taken be fore meals or on retiring always brings relief iPleeMsg to takethe most potent ye nntle 01 IU fldlea a genuine help of Natures uatlve which cures coasttpatloa Roe ade4 and for sale by 11 SEVERS DRUG CO C REPUBLICAN TICKET Candidates Are Chosen by Acclama tion at Saratoga Convention Saratoga N Y Sept 27All can dldatos on the Republican state tick et beginning with the nomination of Charles E Hughes for governor were named by the convention here with out a contest M L Bruce was renominated for lieutenant governor andone ballot was cast for the nomination of John F OBrien for secretary of state J Lewis for comptroller Jullys Mayer for attorney general J G Wallan mler for state treasurer and H A Van Alstyne for state engineer and surveyor All but Lewis are renoml nations Timothy L Woodruff former lieutenant governor was named to succeed former Governor Odell as chairman of the state committee While the convention was in session Hughes telegraphed Senator Pago his acceptance as follows I shall accept the nomination without pledge other than to do my duty according to my conscience If elected it will bo my ambition to give the state the same efficient and honorable government free from taint of bossIsm or of servi tudo to my private Interests A united party making appeal to good citizen- shIp must win Roosevelt Rejoices Oyster Day N Y Sept 27Thefollowing telegram was sent by the president after ho was notified of the nomination by the Republican state convention of Charles E Hughes for governor I rejoice for the sake of the cause of good citizenship In your nomination Stenaland Doing Time Chicago Sept 27Paul O Stens land to whose self confeased embezzlement of = 400000 was due chiefly the collapse of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank was given an Indetermi nato sentence In the penitentiary within three hours after his arrival In Chicago and before another three hours elapsod he began service of the sentence at Joliet Stensland pleaded guilty on two indictments one charg ing embezzlement and the other viola lion of the state banking laws A flue of 120 was Imposed on the latter charge which was based upon the acceptance of 60 In deposits after tho bank was Insolvent The sentences which will operate concurrently are from ono to five and ono to ton years making the longest term the prisoner will be compelled to serve ten years Bribery Charge Philadelphia Sept 28 Charged with attempting to bribe delegates to vote for C C Glbboney for the nomi nation for district attorney at the ro cent City party convention John Burns a delegate was bound over for trial During the investigation of the committee appointed by the City party convention to inquire into the allegations of Mayor Weaver that bribery was practiced at the conven tlon which nominated Gibboney over Frederick J Shoyer the mayors can didate it was alleged that Burns ape proached several delegates and by the use of money endeavored to influence their votes The evidence was turned over to the committee of seventy a reform body which Instituted the pro- ceedIngs against Burns Jerome Will Support Hughes New York Sept 28 District Attor ney Jerome In reply to a request for an expression of opinion on the result of the Buffalo convention said After watching carefully and being in a position to know what happened at tho alleged Democratic convention at Buffalo I do not believe that any man who is a real Democrat is bound by his allegiance to the Democratic party to abide by the action of such a fake convention I shall work all I can in every way and any way I can to serve the Democratic party by securing the election of Charles E Hughes as the governor of the state of New York Missing Lieutenant Dropped Washington Sept 27orders were published by the war department announcing tho discharge from the ser vice of the United Statos Lieutenant E Caulfleld of the Philippine scouts At tho tips of the earthquake in San Francisco Caulfield was on leave of absence in that city He has not been heard from since He was a native a New York and served in tho Sixth In fantry with credit during the Spanish war He participated in the battle of San Juan hill Later ho was promoted to a first lieutenancy and transforrod to the Ninth infantry 24EdwardtH Ballard 83 ot Paint Lick this county came in from a ride over the farm and seeing a bottle of carbolic acid on a mantel swallowed the con tents dying In agony a few hours later No reason is given for the not Ho leaves a widow and two children Football Captain Killed Princeton N J Sept 27In a practice game of football at Lawrence villa John P Kennedy 21 captain of the Lawrencevllla team was kicked on tho head Ho walked off the field ap parently unhurt but died an hour later His home was at Troy N Y Candidates For Congress Cincinnati 0 Sept 26Tho Ham flea county Democrats nominated Thomas Bentham In tho First district and John Meyer In the Second district for congress The Republican nomi nee for reelection In tho First district Is Congressman Longworth Demoniacal Deed South Bend Ind Sept 26A R Ludwig pf Mlshawaka killed his wife by pouring gasoline over her body and applying a match He then set Ore to the family residence and killed himself WIND JAMMING DAYS AN OLD TIME MARINERS TALES OF BRAVERY IN WRECKS The Caae of Gallant Captain Xatmao Who Wouldnt Deiert a Common Bailor Pathetic Fate of Prince a Noble Newfoundland Dog Dab I said the old and crippled mariner of the days of long ago to the young man who knew all about mod ern ships of steel and steam You have a lot to learn young man You have as much sentiment In your construction as tills stick I carry The Idea of n youth like you trying to tell me that there Is as much bray e1 and pathos attached to seafaring now as there was when I was master of a wind Jammerl You probably be llovo that you are correct In your statement but man alive you are making n fool of yourself Here In these days you have lifeboats big and stout enough to carry an army of men You have steam to manipulate the falls patent davits to swing clear No low ering away by hands and not getting them back over the side with every pound of flesh apulllug New fangled guns for throwing a life line rafts that wont go to pieces In the first chop ot- a sea cork Jackets that need no In struction cards but which go on like a mans vest pumps that are rusty for want of use seamless plates and doz ens of other Inventions In these days Where were they In the old times Let me tell you something I dont say but that there are many bravo and gallant mariners In the business now But the old shipwreck meant more In the matter of life taking than the shIp- wreck of today does Did you overhear tell of a sailor of the old school trying to get Into a boat before the passengers were out of danger You neednt say you have because you have not Why the only ones whoever attempt anything of that kind are stokers and firemen and rowdies who have the Impudence to call themselves sailorsI member the case of a shore loaf er named Holmes who tried a trick like that lie was afterward tried In the United States circuit court at Philadelphia and was convicted of manslaughter lie was one of thirty shipwrecked persons who took to the long boat which was greatly overloaded and con stantly In danger of sinking Well this beach rat Holmes and some more of Abrahams men threw overboard six teen passengers two of whom were women to lighten the boat The court held that a sailor Is bound by law If necessary to sacrifice his life to save the life of passengers Furthermore the court held that while two sailors might struggle with each other for the possession of the same plank which could save but one If a passenger were on the plank even the law of necessity would not justify the sailors In taking It from him You do not think much of that law Well It Is the law of God It Is also the law of duty Did you ever hear of the case of Captain Nutman of the ship Aldar He was a good sailor and a gallant muster and no matter what many may think It Is possible to be both His ship foundered but he refused to be taken oT Do you know why he refused to bo taken off There was nn In jured man on board and while the old timbers were going to pieces under his very feet he knelt down and said to the man I wont leave you lad On my honor as a sailor I wont On his honor as n sailor he would not leave him Have you ever heard of anything more touchingly honest Captain Nutman went down with his ship but managed to bold on to his man and to get to the bottom of an up turned boat from which they were afterward rescued It was a month or so after that when a townsman asked Captain Nutman what the name of the rescued man was Why I never Inquired he said He just signed articles In the regular way I may have heard it then but I do not know It now He was a Swede thats all I know of him The friend shook his head In aston ishment as be inquired What A Swede Take all that chance for a Swede Why yes even for a Swede I didnt care whether be was a Swede or a Laplander He was a good sailor and would have done the same for me had things been reversed Nor Is that all young man There was another shipwreck I know about but the name of the craft has escaped my memory The crow took to ono boat which was overcrowded A noble Newfoundland the pet of the ship swam alongside the boat All the men turned their eyes sadly upon him but they knew there was no room for him In that boat The captain loved the dog better than he loved his life and bo stood up In the boat as be took off his coat and said II I cannot see him die like this Give him my place In the boat I can hold on to the plank and he cannot There was a chorus of dissent and one of tho sailors struck the brute over the head with the blade of an oar while another pulled his sheath knlfo II Dont hurt him said the captain kindly but firmly II Order him away then growled loveral of the men He will swamp us all Tho captain hesitated a mlnuto waved his arm In the air and said Back PrIncol and the faithful bruto iwam back In the direction In which tho vessel had disappeared beneath the surface Where do you find such pathos In tho sea business now Give me the old sailor every time PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTHAMLcltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited Mr Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February May and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all ot th Courts of and adjoining cone ties Special attention given to colloctln road cases and criminal practice License V p Office1veUBank ofaliarddlnstburgcuria StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high erado fabrics Clothes made ny modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCORPOIUTKD Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine- Steamers TarasconTell Leave Txuisville Monday Wedner day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville Jl71 Clovorport to Evansville l7f Cloverport to Owensboro 7t Splendidaccommodations for stock General Office 54156i58 4that Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Siipt Anatomy of nn Ofntcr To discover the heart of an oyster the fold of tlesh which oystermen call the mantle must bo removed This Is fatal to the oyster of course but In the Interest of science and for the ben out of the curious It Is occasionally done When the mantle has been re moved the heart shaped like a cres cent or horned moon Is laid to the view The oysters heart Is made up of two parts just like that of a hUe man being one of which receives the blood from the Rills and the other drives It out through the arteries The liver Is found In the immediate vicin ity of the heart and stomach and Is a queer shaped little organ which Is supposed to perform all the functions of a blood liter Every oyster bus a mouth a heart a liver n stomach and other necessary Internal organs In eluding a set of cunningly devised in tcstlnds The mouth is at the small end of the oysters body near the hinge of the shell It Is oval in shape and though not readily discovered by nn unpracticed eye It may be easily located by gently pushing a blunt bod kin or similar Instrument along the folds of the surface of the body at tho place mentioned Connected with tho mouth Is the canal which the oyster uses In conveying fool to the stomach from whence It posses Into the curious little sot of netted mill twisted Intes tines referred to Santa Fe New ilex lean Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There Is only ono way to euro deafness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining oftho Eustllchlan Tube When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sonnd or Im perfect tearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfacesWe give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure Send for circulars freo F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75p Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Facial Dont you think her face rather too thinWell I dont know I cant see any place where Its worn through Can youPuckThe Orinoco has more tribu taries than any other river The total number Is put at 2500 Including 430 large streams Vitalityis H I I Measure I of life I IWhether in a man or a racehorse vitality is Ithe measure of life The friend who is cold andapathetic is not a joy the salesman who rl2i tIIvitn1itrdoes not oodslljThe BKECKENRIDOK NEWS has health Istrength and youth 30 years young It has rI faith in lifean enthusiasm for it which is S- rI11Ithe healthy spirit of our publication it has a tWlllighty good chance to succeed I I 11Jno D Babbage Sons Pub CoI Clove- rportSchool Ky ImBjfBtiRB B flJ1jBJ School Books i 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 r w r =THE I 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exist In a healthy aUmaoh combined with the greatest known MaM and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsi a Cure doss not only cure Indlgestui and dyspepata but this famous r m4f cures all stomach troubles by cleantlaf purifying sweetening and strengthiataf the mucous membranes lining the ilomaek Mr S S Ball d Rir anrood W VaMf M MI wu troubled with war stomach for tw nty rMdl Kodol cured me IDeS we ere sow uilnt It hi ash lor baby Kodol Digests What YM Lat Bottles only SIOO sire holdlaj lid limos tie tail size which witsI for 50 seats PntfMl by B 0 DeWITT A 00 OHIMMk L I l j f f t t r = r JKJ0 fr X 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 3 1906rt ir ilr i i I Ji 71 y rlv t 7 0 i iil i 2 d- J = 1 I iI i ii i r i f t fi i fi t I j 0 t h v I J II J j I OF VITAL INTEREST TO EVERY CITIZEN MR HERMAN ROESE A Man ofProminence in School Circle and Overseer of the Poor Says Peruna Has Proven a Most Efficacious Remedy Herman Rooso 18 New Butternut St Syracuse N Y Is President of the Board of Trustees of Webster graded schools Dlst Sin tho town of SaUna Ho is also Overseer of tho Poor which position has afforded him ample opportunity for noting tho causes of disease as well as tho boat means of preventing and curing tho same He expresses his approval of tho use of PerUUA as a vory effective moans of solving a problom of such vital interest to the community as follows Exposure seems to affect the lungs mad kidneys of the poor and 1 have seen hundreds ot these who were brokendown In health fromthli cause I am pleased to tell you that Peruna has proven a most efficacious remedy In a number of cases where no other medicine was used I consider It a specific for any dls orders ot the respiratory organ DUKES Mrs Ellen Basham is on the sick list at this writing Edward and Alex Powers and Homer Tindlo attended the re vivalat Patesville Sunday night Essie Tucker of Harned is visiting Carrie and Pearl Basham for a few weeks The singing school is progressing nicely Oscar Batman and wife of Happy Hollow visited her par ents John Johnson and wife Sat urday and Sunday John Johnson went to Owens boro Sunday P L Wheatly went to Clover port Sunday Jack Tindlo and wife visited their daughter Mrs Clara Camp bell at Ptttctville Sunday chilIdrendaughter Mrs Beulah Basham Saturday and Sunday Miss Lowly Nichelston is visiting at Harned this week When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose means stckuess with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean fever Ishness Bud are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops IGreen Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinc ed Large nickel capped glass jars 21I cents Severs Dreg Co 1000 Reward Write to J M Quinn Manager Commonwealth Lire Insurance Company 308 West Chestnut St Louisville Ky for information about Agency Con tracts and the new policy of the Commonwealth Build up an income for later years by connecting yourself with this splendid institution Experience in Life Insur ance not necessary If you are a hustler nothingbying point in your business history which would finally put you on easy street Free Trip To Louisville The Retail Merchants Association of Louisville will rotund In cash your roundtrip fare based on excursion rates on the folliowing dates Sept 17th to Oct 18thNov 17th Deo 8rd to Dec 15th For full parti tularsapply to J V Docknmnn Manager Retail Merchants Association 3U7 Urban Hldg Louisville Ky HAPPY MEETING WITH- KENTUCKY RELATIVES fir George Koch of Albany N Y OIvesIInteresting Family History Mr George Koch of Albany N Y was the guest this weekof his cousin MrsC Koch Schmidt of the Parental Home on Sugar Tree Run near Union Star Mr Kochs visit came as a surprise An address found in the farm house several weeks ago finding him ho immediately journeyed to Kentucky to seek his kinsfolk in the American home of his fathers He and his cousin Mrs C Schmidt being the only surviving members of a large family who crossed in 1840 on a three mast Bremen ship His grandfather crossing with thom at the ago of eightyone years died after living two years on the Sugar Tree Hun farm which they purchased from Billing Dreisbach in 1816 A peculiar incident of this sale was that the family had decided on the Standiford farm then situatedat Tenth and Broadway Louisville the price of both being the same Owing to the new family connec tion of Billing Reinhard they decided on tho Sugar Tree Run farm which has been the homo of four generations of the Kochs George Koch is a highlyre spected citizen of Albany and has been blacksmith for the New York Central thirtynine years Recent ly ho and his venerable wife cele brated their golden wedding in the German Protestant Lutheran church of Albany where Mr Koch has served as trustee thirty nine years Mr Koch is a cousin of the late Johan George Jacob Conrad and Henry Koch also of John Reinhard All have been Ger man Protestant churchmen Mr Reinhard having been one of the Organizers of St Peters Evangelicalchurch in Louisville and Messrs Henry and John Kochorganizers of the German Protestant Orphan Asylum of Louisville Mr Loch is seventy five years old and is well pre served of the hale and hearty type He was brimful of the fam ily history and the relatives in Breckenridge and Meade counties and in Louisville were delighted to receive him Ho leaves for his home next Wednesday when a final reception will be held in Louisville He says there is no danger of the Koch or Cook fam CbicagoIllsthe other branches of the house that came out of Erbenhauser Darmstadt in 1846 Long may they live the Kochs Cooks or CoxesThe Koch family held the of fice of Burgomaster in GermanyA The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifyinR or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe simplyInsistingthe law be your protection We cheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Drag Cu Death of Little Qlrl- September 28 1906 At last the call came for little four yearold Audre Sipes and released her of her suffering from Dropsy But oh how cold that frosty hand was to daddy and mother that snapped that little bud and tore her from their hearts But Audre is gone to fa home beyond the skies but oh how daddy and mother will miss her little prattling by day how thay will miss her head print on that little pillow each morning when they awake but little buddy will fill that vacant chair Cheer up daddy and mother she is waiting for you up in heaven in a world thats free from sin where there will be no parting all friends and no foesR S OA tSt ex OHIwfik BtMi UiTheKind You Have AIwais BoujM 81 natmtc SAVED BABY LYONS LIFE Untold Suffering and Constant MiseryAwful Sight From that Dreadful Complaint Infantile Ec zema Commenced at Top of his Head and Covered Entire Body MOTHER PRAISES CUTICURA REMEDIES Our baby had that dreadful com plaint Infantile Eczema which afflicted him for several months commencing the top of his head and at last covering his whole body His sufferings were untold and constant misery m fact there was nothing we would not have done to have given him relief Tho family doctor seemed to be wholly incapable of coping with tho case and after various experiments of his which resulted in no benefit to the child wo sent to Mazon Ill to a druggist and got o full set of the Cuticura Remedies and applied as per directions and ho began to improve immediately and in about three or four days began to show a brighter spirit and really laughed for the first time in a year In about ninety days ho was fully recovered with tho exception of a rough skin which 13 gradually disappearing and eventually will be replaced by a healthy one Praise for tho Cuticura Remedies has always been our greatest pleasure and there is nothing too good that wo could say in their favor for they certainly saved our babys life for he was tho most awful sight that I ever beheld prior to the treatment of the Cuticura Remediea Mrs Maebelle Lyon 182ft Appleton Avo Parsons Kan July 18 1905 COMPLETE TREATMENT 11 Complete external and internal treatment for every humor consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills may now be had for one dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching burning and scaly humors eczemas rashes and irritations from Infancy to age when all else fails Cntlenrt Ioap Ointment and Mill art toll throughout 11w ndtrThOniSkjoh oook1eProphDo- rtoaMcQUADV William Ball is on the sick list Henry Shrewsbery and Henry Burden have opened up a grocery store on the corner of Railroad and Main streets Warren Escrage of Falls of Rough has placed a hickory mill at this place and wants a thousand cord of hickory blocks delivered hereOur new miller John Askins has moved into the Bates house on Railroadstreet Dr Sandback and wife will leave Friday for Friedland Ky where they will be the guests of the Doctors parents for several daysWathen Crews was painfully hurt by cutting his foot withan ax last week Dr Sandbachwas called to dress tho foot Len Taul and wife returned from Louisville last week where they had gone to purchase a stock of fall goods Our school is getting along nicely under the management of Miss Carl Whittinghill and Alvin Furrow the examination held last Friday showed a high grade for all tho students Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co Pensioners Decreasing In Number In a Government report just is sued tho total number of pen sioners in the United States is 985971 or a decrease in the fiscal year ended Juno 30 of 43300I A Young Mother at 70 liMy mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months agowhen she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had hi the prime of life writes Mrs WL Gilpat ric of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stomach river and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Bllous ness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price SOc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co I PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hjPromogrowthNever 6riIIatrew timeroewd1coat IRVINGTON Misses Agnes Kirtley and Flor ence Voss of Brandenburg were visitors of miss Tula Lockard Sun dayMrs Ida Bartlett andchildren and Miss stilton Boller have return ed to Owensboro after being tho guests of Mrs E W Graves Miss Eva Herndon left Satur day for Louisville after spending the summer with her parents Fred Alsip of Hawesville was the guest of miss Lena Simmons SundayMrs Kittie Hibbs loft for her homo at Paducah Ky last week after being the guest of her sister sirs Jake Cawley Mrs Mamie Wathen andcousin Mrs Kate Spalding of Spring field returned Friday from an extended trip through the Wrest Mrs Spalding left for Springfield onSaturdayMrs Chamberlain spent some of last week in Louisville shoppingMrs Foote of Owensboro was tho guest of sirs Nora Board Friday and Saturday The farmers say that thpy novel saw a finer prospect for tobacco in their life than there is around Irvington It is exceedingly pret ty and such an abundance of it The public school is closed this week on account of the Teachers Institute at Hardinsburg Quite a number of teachers went from this part of the county GeorgeHerndon several days the guests of their parentsJ Herndon went to Steph ensport to attend the ordination of the deacons of the Baptist church Mrs Dan Walls andchildren will return to Mitchell Indiana today after a months visit to rela tives and friends here v Miss Marion Jolly of Owens boro is the guest of her aunt Mrs Nora Board Hernden Bewley purchased farm of 320 acres in Kansas last throughOklahoma known Miss Lydia McGehee came home last Friday from Salt Lake City This is Lydias first visit to her parents since she left five years agoMrs J 0 Chapin and daughter Eva May are at home from a several weeks visit to relatives near Cloverport Miss Clarie Hook returned to Hardinsburg after a visit to Miss Ruth stiller for a few days Miss Minnie Fullerwider of Magnet Indiana is with hr sister sirs J K Bramlett Hendrson Routet 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 monthOne way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 81 1006- Davieas Connty Fair Association Owensboro Oct 2 to 0 145 round trip from Cloveport Oct 2 to 0 Inclu ewe Good returning Oct 8 Lonisville Horse Show Oct 1 to 0 3 00 round trip from Cloverport Sept 80 Good returning Oct 8 No Pill in as pleaaant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect wnile strong people say they are the best liver pills eojd Sold by all druggists STEPHENSPORT The series of meetings closed Friday night at the Baptist church with six additions to the church Mrs M L Roberts went to WNCIn3TIIl NURLACK Loaded Black Powder Shells Shoot Strong and Evenly Are Sure Fire Will Stand Reloading They Always Get The Game For Sale Everywhere To clad com Under the new law of 6 per cent will added to all unpaid taxes on November 1st 1906 new law is very and I hope each Tax prompt payment You will me at my office in the rear of the Bank SR C Frank May A S Griffin We have recently opened a Real Estate in Ky and invite our County friends to with us should wish to buy or sell kind of property We feel that with a wide and the knowledge we have of the Real Estate values that we can be of great assistance to all especially do we call your at tention to Daviess County Lands or Yours SL 12 St Ann St Both lelvington to attend the funeral of Mrs Kendal Julo Brashear and wife of West Point spent the day Sun day with Mrs E Blame at the house Miss Lena Payne has returned from Central where she visi ited her father Mrs P D Hawkins has re turned from Louisville Miss Allie Harris of Owens boro was tho guest of Bettio Nappior week Webb Robinson is visiting in Miss Allie Stiff and mother visiting in Mrs E Blaine has returned from Ind Miss Essie Biggs has returned jji to her home in after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Elaine Jim Hall who has been in a very critical condition we are glad to say is Mrs Will Len on of Hardins burg is the guest of her mother Mrs R A Smith Mrs James of Sam ple was the guest of sister Mrs Ed Brown ftR IImi KeepYourself YourselfShod I Hows Your Footwear keep your feet fortablo andcozy you should wear a pair of our famous Eclipse shoes The best sellers the neatest lookers the longest and 450 CONRAD SIPPEL Cloverport Ky Notice To TAXPAYERS a penalty be The stringent Payer will make find Cloverport MAY T C IICHAS 38 REAL ESTATEoffice Owensboro kindly Breckenridge communicate they any acquaintance Owensboro Investments truly MAY GRIFFINOf- fice 324 Phones 358 Owensboro Ky Saturday Conn City Mrs last relatives Owensboro are Henderson Martinsvillo Irvington Kirby improving slowly Armstrong her Sunday I wearers350 Rev Dan Shacklett of Eckron delivered tho ordination sermo at the Baptist church Sunday R A Shellman L D Fox Georg Bartly H S English were the elders that were ordained Jess Walls of Hardinsbnrg was tho guest of Stanley Conner Sat urdayMisses Brook and Nannie Hall are guests of their aunt Mrs R A Smith Mississippiisat short time X Mrs Ann Hook of Hardins burg is the guest of her sister Mrs E H Miller Mrs John Weisenborg of Cloverport was the guest of her mother Mrs Wm Hanks Saturday Mrs Hewitt Brumfield of Sam pIe was the guest of Mrs Miller Rollins last week oaA1LOZRxtaB art th Tto KM YN Han Mm slguun ot A GUARANTEED CUKB FOR PILES PilesPAZOWUDaysDRKINQS NEW DISCOVERY Will Surely Stop That Ctvflh Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Ha1f1lfobottlel = lx i j w i 1 t I o If Ig If Ir