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TTI i T1 m v r jrlHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OOTOBER 10 1906 8 Pages NO 12 j III III I II ItW II III I ron moR 1- etli Sat HallS 1 tdins ister of f halSat Sam 12i11e1as esIt PUll ooeyd 6 W1 IfR1gh 1 Our Buyers Have Returned From the fast loaded With Rare BargaiF Just in the rush of the Fall season with our house stocked full of the newest and best goods in ever department we are inaugurating a cut=price sale on all goods the like of which has never before seen in Breckenridge county These goods are all new Fall and Winter Goods No shelf=worn beenII 0 Ladies Clocks We are carrying this season a beautiful line of Ladies Cloaks They are as pretty as can be found in any city store We invite the ladies to call and inspect this line LADIES GRAY CLOAK 350 This cloak must be seen to be appreciated lot of Childrens Cloaks at 125 each They cannot lOnebe beat for twice the money Ladies Union Suits One week on- ly45c The best quality ONE WEEK ONLY Childrens Hose 7e Just one week Ladies Vests One week on- ly23c The best quality ONE WEEK ONLY Mens Suspenders 21c 35c quali yI Overcoats If you dont want old Crimp after you this winter come in and get one of our Overcoats while they aresell ing so cheap An opportunity for you to make your Christmas money by saving it on an Overcoat One lot of mens blue and black Overcoats in all sizes at 400 The better qualities proportionately low Ladies Shoes Our line of Ladies Shoes for this season is something elegant and we are taking a special pride in showing them We are placing some very ex traordinarily low prices on these Shoes and it will pay you to get a pair now while they are so low even if you have no present use for them Ladies HamiltonBrown Shoes 150 per pair Reduced prices on all ShoesI FITRITE CLOTHESNo days and times can have an excuse for not being well dressed Modern dressers everywhere are wearing the famous Fitrite Clothes They are stylish and durable and in fit and finish are not ex celled by tailormade clothes They have the proper hang and always hold their shape Fitrite Clothes are handled solely by us Let us dress you up in a suit All sizes in stock Our prices are right Mens Suits We have laid in a beautiful line of Mens and Boys Suits and have marked them down to such low prices that you cannot afford to let this opportunity pass One lot of Mens Fancy Worsted Suits for 498 Can not be bought elsewhere for less than 750 Boys Suits in long pants 275 up One lot of Childrens Suits for 125 Made in the latest styles Mens Fleeced Underwear38c One Week Only Mens 200 Hats the latest out 150 You should see them We are making a specialty of Mens everyday and Sunday shirts In a work shirt we have just what you want at prices that will make you buy them Our fancy shirts are swell Shirts sell the world over at 50c our price 43c One lot mens shirts 82c Our HamiltonBrown of Shoes needs no We are well stocked on Shoes and are carrying a beautiful line these prices One lot of Freidmans and HamiltonBrown 298 One lot of Mens Shoes as long as they last at 100 We have the largest and most complete line of rubber shoes and boots in Breckenridge C Mens all Wool- Underwear 87ca One Lot of Mens SUITS 7501250 quality Mens Shirts Shirtsboth and something Work 100 Mens Shoes line introduction Read Shoes HEJEFFERSON I county Get yourself a pair L NEDLUMPJucEDSHolr IIt Were out in earnest after your patronage and if the best in quality in every line of goods we carry and the lowest possible price on everything are properly considered we feel assured of the bulk of the trade of Breckenridge county The prices quoted above are convincing proof that we are deter mined to win you for a permanent customer To do this we cannot afford to sell you other than the best grade of clothing and the prices named are far below the real value of the goods It takes no clothing expert to tell this Never before were goods offered at such remarkably low prices at the be ginning of the Fall and Winter season and just when you need them most Come in and clothe yourself for the winter while you can do it at small cost SHAPINSKY BROS The Big Store CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I 1 i t I fr ur v p 2 THE bRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 0f t t j r 1 i I i Dji THE PLACE PINCHECO Where It Is and What It Is Pincheco Ancient and Modern A History of Crimes Calfax in Owensboro Inquirer Recently I have read several at tempts to describe thrrland of Pincheco and there s 4ms to boa difference of opinijrf no two of the writers agreoin Jis to the lo cation of famous vjyfhity Pincho co has always Joecn somewhat like the milk sickness was fifty years ayo ahv yys just over yon der the intjiiirer never finding the exact I cation therefore I shall try K locate it as accurately as it h pdssiblo to be done Fr the information T cnn get j reful investigation it is lo i in portions of Ohio Breck dge and Hancock counties tho ater portion in Hancock iunty It consists of about ten square miles and is of a Republi lan complexion politically that party having a decided majority of the voters But Pincheco pro per comprises about five square miles within the center of tho larger boundary and within which smaller territory some atrocious deeds have been committed About tho year 1850 Reuben Martin was assasinatcd by some un known person The assassin sbot througha window of Mr Martins home instantly killing his victim Martin was the owner of several slaves and it is supposed that one of his slaves murdered him There wero suspicions against a certain neighbor but there was not evidence sufficient to warrant an arrest and trial hence the matter dropped and nobody was ever ar rested or prosecuted for the crime In 1880 two of the Rusher boys sons of Henry Rusher were shot and killed by James Rogers after a considerable battle It appears that the Rusher boys had cut down a bee tree on Rogers land with out his consent resulting in the duelwhich ended fatally to the Rushers Rogers was arrested and put under bond for his appearance for trial He fled to parts un known and was never apprehended In 1885 an old man of the name of Burns who was an old bachelor lived alone in a little house on the oldsite of Victoria He hadac cumulated few dollars One night James Smith Miles Chana or cof fee and two others whose name no one in the vicinity seems now to remember decoyed Burns from his cabin und murdered him out right Then they robbed hip house of his money Ghana or Cot ice was arrested tried and convicted and sent to the state prison for life James Smith and two others alleged to have been implicated in the crime were chased to Eastern Kentucky by the officers of Han cockcounty but failed to overtake them and the criminals made good their escape In 1S87 Pincheco was startled by the murder of Isom Anderson who was decoyed to the home of his brotherinlaw and engaged in a difficulty with his fatherinlaw and a noighhor named Rusher They slew him and planned to put his body away in a manner to es cape detection but in this they were frustrated by being discovered The inquest indicated that the murder was committed by Smith Rusher Holder and Po- llyRheumatism Is one of the constitutional itselfininflamed joints painsI musclesbut it cannot be applicationsIt throughthecourse of the great medic- ineHpodsSarsaparilla which has permanently cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable Send for Book on Rheumatism curesII Co 1 Hood Co Lowell Holder At the final trial Smith Holder and Rusher wore convicted and given sentences to the state prisonIn another Pincheco citizen named Cartwright was murdered by some unknown person Sus picion pointed to a young man named Tiernoy He was arrested and taken to Clovorport While the examining trial was in pro gress everybody present was startled when Neal Burk appear ed in court and confessed to the killing of Cartwright He claim ed that ho did it in selfdefense and as there was no evidence to tho contrary both Tiernoy and Burk were released and there was never any further legal proceedings in the cllseIOn Christmas eve in the yearI 1900 an old man named McCarven was murdered An investigation developed the fact that tho crime was committed by tho Burk boys Two of them were convictedand sent to the penitentiary for a term of years and have since been re leased before the expiration of their sentence but their freedom depends upon their good behavior- In July 1892 Rollio Sanders was shot and killed by a man named McQuithio at a picnic in the Pincheco neighborhood The prosecution could not overthrow the plea selfdefense and Mc Quithie went free LincolnSmithkilled by Tom Keown the marshal of the town of Fordsville Ky Smith resisted arrest and would have killed Keown if the latter had not been too quick for Smith The killing occurred on an Illinois Central train All these murders were committed in Pincheco proper and there have been many other minor crimes committed within the same territory such as cuttings and shootings and regular knock down and dragout lights It has always been a common saying that when a picnic was advertised in Pincheco that the posters say lighting will begin promptly at 2 p in and whether the adver tisements contain such statement 01 not that it is the usual hour at which lighting begins at Pincheco picnic As recent as ten years ago lighting at barbecues picnics and social gatherings was as com mon as cornbread on the tables of the Pincheco people and some times the lighters would cut mid shoot to hurt Some wouldcut with knives and shoot with pistols while others would cut for homo and shoot under the bed to get out ofdangerThe describes Pinche co as it was in the past It was chat is known to the natives as Ancient Pinchaco The Pin checoe of the present and tho past few years or Modern Pincho coe as it is known is situated in the same territory as Ancient Pinchecoe and has as fine a peo ple as good citizens as industrious and honest men as beautifuland virtuous women as any spot on earth The lighters have all been killed died of natural causes moved to other counties or re formed and time vicinity has un dergone a complete change Modern Pincheco is now dotted with churches and school houses The gospel is preached from the hilltops and the educa tional spirit is prevalent Chris tianity and good citizenship now characterize the inhabitants of Modern Pincheco Pointed Paragraphs From the Chicago Daily News Little acts of kindness always come home to roost Most men think it is all up with them when they are down A pretty girl looks more so when the right man tells her so A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Man Who Killed His Brother Claims Just Provocation General Harris DeadJohn Allens Will Cant Bo Found Powers Case Postponed Richmond Ky Oct iThe exam- Ining trial of Nathan H Tudor chart ed with the killing of his brother Marlon last Thursday night occurred before Judgo N B Turpln Tudors statement follows My brother cams homo from Richmond greatly under tho influence of whisky He wanted to uso a horse that had been drive all day and I objected I went to turn the horse into a pasture and when I returned my wife told me ho made indecent proposals to her I grasped my gun and ordered him to leave He then threatened me with a knife when I shot him Judgo Tur fIn allowed Tudor to go without bond His case however will be referred to the grand Jury this week He Fought liMit Sigel Parkersburg W Va Oct 2Gen eral Thomas Maley Harris 93 brig adier general in the Union army dur ing the rebellion and brevet major general died at his home at Harris Tlllo after a months illness With his regiment he served with General Com mander Franz Sigel and subsequent ly asa brigadier and division com mander under Sheridan in the valley and finally was transferred with his division to Grants army in front of Richmond At Appomattox he was directly In front of Lees advance line and en him was allotted the task of silencing the last battery that General Lee ever placed in position Searching For Will Lexington Ky Oct LEfforts to locate the will of the lato John Allen eo far proved a failure and much anx iety is felt by relatives of the de ceased Allen was an uncle of James Lane Allen the noted author and left an estate valued at about 75000 The will was drawn three years ago It is believed by some of the relatives that the document is in a private box at a bank but without an order from court it is impossible for the box to be examltfd Hindman Let Out New York Oct 5 Biscoe Hind man of Louisville Ky general agent for the Mutual Life Insurance com pany for Tennessee and Kentucky was dismissed from the service of that company The announcement was made after a meeting of tho com mittee on Insuranco and agencies Hindman is a candidate for trustee om the selected fusion ticket Jumped the Track Louisville Ky Oct 6Three per sons were Injured when the fast night express of the L N railroad from I Cincinnati Jumped the track at Linden Ky The engine and mall car went into the ditch None of the in jured who are trainmen was seri ously hurt while the passengers es Duped with a fright and shaking up Powers Case Postponed Georgetown Ky Oct aThe case of Caleb Powers under sentence of death for the assassination of Gover nor William Goebel In January 1900 was passed to the February term by agreement of counsel Powers has been tried three times being sen tenced to life imprisonment twice and to death once Leaped Into River Cincinnati 0 Oct 3An unknown white man fairly well dressed delib erately Jumped from a skiff into the Ohio river and was drowned The body was swept away by the swollen stream A coat and hat were found In the boat but all marks that might have led to his Identity had been ob literated Jockey Killed Louisville Ky Oct 6B Miller who had the mount on Dresden fell and several horses ran over him His skull was crushed and he bit his tongue In half He was taken to a hospital where he died It was his first mount since he was suspended at Douglas park He was 19 years old Suicided at Wifes Side Greenup Ky Oct IFrank Mar shall a farmer on Coal Branch shot himself through the heart In the same room with his wife who is dying of consumption Marshall came here from Elliott county a year ago and purchased a large farm He was despondent several months Tobacco Barn Burned Mt Sterling Ky Oct IThe large tobacco barn on J M Blstaffs farm near Springfield was burned to the ground with about 5000 pounds of tobacco Loss 1500 with no insur ance County Voted Dry Carlisle Ky Oct IBy a majority of 811 Nicholas county goes dry The temperance people are Jubilant Aliens Exiled Tucson Ariz Oct 6Bruno Tre vlno Carlos Humbert Learnedo Vail cell Juan Garia Rubio Antonio and Joaquin Puentos alleged Mexican rev olutionists were taken to Nogales and forced across the border by Immigra tion authorities A force of Mexican rural guards in waiting arrested them the moment they crossed the line The men were handcuffed together and taken to the Mexican prison The prisoners were deported on tire finding of authorities at Washington that they wero alien immigrants All six were alleged to be prominent in revolutionary plots to take an armed force into Mexico and start an uprising JUMPED BAILI Dealer In White Slaves Failed to Appear In Court Los Angeles Cal Oct 5 Alfred Maurey accused of being one of a gang of men banded together for the purpose of abducting and importing French girls into this country for im moral purposes forfeited 5000 ball in the federal court hero when he failed to appear for trial The author ities of northern California Mexico and Arizona have been notified to look out for the fugitive Advices from Johannesburg South Africa state that Maurey Jumped his bond there in a similar manner some time ago while facing like charges Victoria Jolly a French girl the principal witness against Maurey and who was held in the county Jail awaiting his trial was released Vacancy on Supreme Bench Washington Oct 3The president will not make an appointment to fill the vacancy on the bench of the supreme court of the United States un til the reassembling of congress in December Secretary Taft has been offered the position and has had the question of accepting or declining under consideration some time The president stated that he would gladly appoint Attorney General Moody who Is soon to retire from the cabinet to the vacancy but realizes that objec tion would follow because Massachu setts Is already represented on the supreme bench in the person of Jus tine Holmes Riot at Mobile Mobile Ala Oct 3Roy Hoyle a special officer of the Mobile Ohio railroad and one of the most widely known and best liked railroad men In this vicinity was fatally shot and Sidney Lyons chairman of the city council of Mobile was wounded in the hand during a fight at the county jail between deputy sheriffs and a crowd of men determined to capture Dick Robinson 17 a negro The mob is hunting the negro and will lynch him if captured The negro attacked Ruth the 12yearold daughter of Blount Sessaman who lives about three miles from here Currency Proposition New York Oct 6Either a central bank of issue to be established and controlled by the government or a simple measure enlarging the present note Issue privilege of national banks in such a manner that their right of issue shall not vary with tho owner ship of United States bonds are the methods favored by the special cur rency commission appointed by the New York chamber of commerce last March to Inquire into the condition of the currency and suggest desirable changes The report was submitted at a meeting of the chamber of com merce More Whisky Than Needed Washington Oct 6The commis sioner of Interpal revenue received a letter from Henry Scott executive officer of the San Francisco relief and Red Cross fund stating that the com mittee has a large supply of whisky on hand which is of no value for relief purposes and which It wishes to sell without taking out a special whole sale liquor dealers license The commissioner decided that under the act of 1879 the committee may sell these spirits in one parcel only or at public auction In not less than 20 gallons without the payment of spoclal tax Will Appeal to Diaz El Paso Tex Oct 5 Richardson Mason and Harle the three Amen cans sentenced tobe shot at Chihuahua for murdering victims to collect lire Insurance will appeal to President Diaz for executive clemency and will be given time to hear from him Thu date for their execution Is not known Executions In Mexico are always kept secret no date being announced The officer commanding the guard receives a sealed envelope to be opened at a certain date and in this envelope he finds directions as to execution of prisoners named within Presidents Pennsylvania Trip Washington Oct 5 President Roosevelt returned to Washington not in the least wearied by his day in Pennsylvania and expressed great sat isfaction with the large crowds which listened to hint at Harrisburg and York In spite of the rains which pre vailed at both places At Harrisburg the president spoke at the dedication of Pennsylvanias new statehouse which cost about 13000000 Senators Knox and Penrose who accompanied the president from Washington re mained at Harrisburg No Indictment Bedford Ind Oct 4The Law rence county grand jury filed its re port and was discharged after three weeks continuous labor Among the cases considered was the attempt to connect Ernest Tanksley with the Sarah Schafer murder mystery In which 40 witnesses were examined but no Indictment was found Vemonts New Governor Montpelier Vt Oct 5 Fletcher D Proctor was Inaugurated governor of Vermont Governor Bells farewell message declared the conviction that capital punishment should be re tamed and that laws should make it certain that all diseased cattle he slaughtered and burled or burned im mediately Magnetic Pole Located Seattle Wash Oct 5 Captain Ronald Amundsen discoverer of the Northwest passage arrived from Sit ka He went to the Alaskan city to verify his calculations regarding the location of the magnetic pole and his work was successful OriffiNO BRAND SHOES iIvL4111WI River in the lead mine district of Missouri has sent us this photo of a pair of Diamond Brand shoes worn 10 months underground where ordinary shoes average about 6 weeks Our heavy Diamond Brand shoes are in every way as superior in their class as are our highest grade dress shoesand we make more fine shoes than any other House in the West Jn1JltD BIUNDPqJ 51L eL LcSIIOEMfEestYT 1JII WE MAKE MOPE rAE SHOES THANANY OTHER HOUSE N THE WEST IiiiPREMIUMOFFERHFOR We have been successful in closing a special contract with TITS CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of guaranteedSOLID The Celtric Model II- 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 fine the stock of which Is made of the best quality of hard rubber and fitted In tour part the pen points are perfectly fitted with Iridium and the feed Is guaranteed to flow evenly without leaking or blotting The pens are beautifully chased as shown In cutI uA Fountain Pen Is a Necessity of the Twentieth Century The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfather pehButI 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 is solid GOLD 14k flue 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 and convenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA Center of the Beautiful 1- I LAND OF THE SKY AND- SAPPHIRE i COUNTRY- A natural paradise whore human ills find quick reliefreached direct by tho Southern Railway Asheville is located on n 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 the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives tho following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc send 2cent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Tray Pass Agt LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS The Breckenridge News one year one dona 4 It J ttj L It F bbse seal th th f I aw than anca caur pe dofir erIn Inch Bb bo fie sL toof m ell i tie an enlIa hath an thonJ lalLSJ mI ofof let nit ertof ofVe Veto wi this r- Jet nlnb Dr rom 1- Unl Mr ViRi On hon im- sole iujuFou Chi sheder 6ub und lay Ne DeW am Itfec nd ffctre lid T mAJL THE BRECKENRJDGENEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 3 l i j l I l t I I J J ii 1 I- J WHO SHE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAM And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores This remarkable woman whose maiden name was Estes was born in Lynn Mass February 9th 1819 com familyForbecame known as a woman of an alert dJJand investigating mind an earnest eeeker after knowledge and above all possessed of a wonderfully sympa thetio nature In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham a builder and real estate operator and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four children three sons and a daughter I In those good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to mains their own home medicines from roots and herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradition and ex perience many of them gained a won derful knowledge of the curative prop erties of the various roots and herbs Mrs Pinkham took a great interest in the study of roots and herbs their characteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest fields and orchards vegetable foods of painstoof the field there are remedies ex pressly designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of the body and it was her pleasure to search these out tud prepare simple and effective medl cines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a rare combina tion of the choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the peculiar hams friends and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured amongthemAll this so far was done freely with out money and without price as a labor of love But In 1873 the financial crisis struck Lynn Its length and severity were too much for thei large real estate interests of the Pinkham family as this class of business suffered most from fearful depression so when the Centennial year dawned it found their prop erty swept away Some other source of income had to be found At this point Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was made known to the world daughtertth BECOMES A BRIDE niss Stella Resthar of Jefferson ville Weds F Sherwood Lloyd Mis Stella K Rcsclmr of Jcfforsonvillo nnd F Sherwood Lltd worn married Tuesday eve ning at the homo of tjio Rev D F Stafford 2225 West Broadway Dr Stafford performed the cere monyMr Lloyd is connected with the Union National Bank of this city Mr and Mrs Lloyd are now visiting relatives at Irvingtonjty On their return they will bo at homo at 2413 Garland Mrs Lloyd who isa mot es timable young woman was given some publicity recently by being injured in a streetcar accident at Fourteenthand Main streets last Christmas In a suit for damages she displayed her wounded shoul der to the jUlJ which awarded her 6000 damages The suit was subsequently compromised it is understood for 4OOOThuls ays Louisville Times No Pill IB aspleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These amous Little Pills are so mild and jffecifvo that children delicate ladies tadjKeak people enjoy their cleansing float waile strong peopl say they ire the best liver pills Bold Sold by 01 druggists restore the family fortune They argued that the medicine which was so good for their woman friends an neighbors was equally good for th women of the whole world The PInkhams had no money an little credit Their first laboratory was the kitchen where roots and herbs were steeped on the stove gradually filling a gross of bottles sellingitgivenitprinter to run off some pamphlets setting forth tho merits of the medi cine now called Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by the Pinkham sons in Boston New York and Brooklyn The wonderful curative properties of the medicine were to a great extent selfadvertising for whoever used it recommended it to others and the demand gradually increased In 1877 by combined efforts the fam ily had saved enough money to com mence newspaper advertising and from that time the growth and success of the enterprise were assured until today Lydia E Pinkham and her Vege table Compound have become house hold words everywhere and many tons of roots and herbs are used annu ally in its manufacture Lydia E Pinkham herself did not live to see the great success of this work She passed to her reward years ago but not till she had provided means for continuing her work as effectively as she could have done it herselfeDuring her long and eventful expe rience she was ever methodical in her work and she was always careful to pre serve a record of every case thatcame to her attention The case of every sick woman who applied to her for advice and there were thousands received careful study and the details includ ing symptoms treatment and results were recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since are available to sick women the world over and represent a vast collabora tion of information regarding the treatment of womans ills which for hardlybeworldWith Lydia E Pinkham worked her daughter in law the present Mrs wl15arefuUyinstructedin for years she assisted her in her vast correspondenceTo naturally fell the direction of the work when its origina tor passed away For nearly twenty five years she has continued it and nothing in the work shows when the first Lydia E Pinkham dropped her pen and the present Mrs Pinkham now the mother of a large family took it up With women assistants some as capable as herself the present Mrs Pinkham continues this great workand probably from the office of np other person have so many women been ad vised how to regain health Sick women this advice is Yours for Health freely given if you only write to ask for it- Such is the history of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from simple roots and herbs tho one great medicine for womens ailments and the fitting monument to the noble woman whose name it bears Celery Not a piece of vegetation known is more or bettor adapted to the soil and climate of this section than celery At a household in town this summer celery seed were swept from a kitchen and falling in a damp spot about tho well many stalks of the fine flavored stuff came up grow and is to this day prospering lacking nothing in size or beauty of tho famous Michigan specimens Its a wonder to us that some enterprising party doesent take a cue from this and try his luck at a few acres Hancock Clarion The Royal Month and the Royal Disease Sudden changes of weather are es pecially trying and probably to none more so than the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of scrofula during a normal October is commonly prent We never think of scrofulaits bunches cutaneous eruptions and wasting of the bodily substance without thinking of the great good many suffer ers from it have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and perma nent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There is pro hably not a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparilla has not proved its merit in more homes than one in arresting and I completely eradicating scrofula which t is almost as serious and as much to be J feared as its near relative consump tion He who is always giving himself away is worth just about that much COAST VERIFIED Proved to Doubting Comrade That He Really Was a Manklller Chicago Oct 3 Michael Sho maker 35 an Austrian laborer boasted that he was a manklllcr at Gary Ill Four of his countrymen fellow laborers In a stone quarry questioned his prowess and Shoe maker proceeded to stab one of mo scoffers to death slashed another so severely that he will die and put th other two to flight He gave char e to one of the fugitives who ran a mile and a half with the enraged man only a few steps behind him Then Shoe maker fell from exhaustion while the man pursued ran on to Summit Ill i and gave the alarm Shoemaker was1 brought to Chicago and put In tho county Jail Circus Animals Cremated Geneva O Oct 3 Cummins Wildl West show owned by Walter L Main quadr waes burned to a crisp All the animals ex horseds1 that were In the building were con sumed by the flames The loss will b about 40000 with no Insurance Th a flre is supposed to have started fromj a lighted clgaret or a cigar Pockets Fullof Gems New York Oct 4Customs officers1 found 300 emeralds valued at 20000 concealed about the person of ManuelI Suarez a Spaniard who arrived on the steamer Oceanic from Liverpool He had declared that he brought no dutiable goods Suarez was arrested and the gems were seized Woman Hanged Herself Canton 0 Oct 4Mrs Henry Baker living east of Canton committed suicide by hanging herself with at fascinator to a beam In a summer kitchen She had been despondent and had threatened to end her life Jealousy and Drink Columbus 0 Oct 2ln a Jealous rrge and under the Influence of liquor Benjamin England shot and probably fatally Injured his wife at their home nt Morgan station near this city H- Is In the county Jail here President Will Not Stump Washington Oct 3 Presiden- Roosevelt announced to some of his callers that ho will not take the stump in behalf of the candidacy of Charles E Hughes for governor of I Now York Domestic Tragedy Youngstown 0 Oct 2 Redman OMalln who resided near Struthers four miles east of here shot and killed his wife then committed suicide It Is supposed ho was demented Swept by a Gale Hong Kong Oct 1A strong gale raged throughout the night The shipping and the Inhabitants had been warned of its arrival by a forecast of the observatory THE MARKETS CHICAGOCattle Common to prime steers t3 757 00 cowr S 2 7004 70 heifers J2 C05 35 buns 12 404 50 stockers rind feeders J2 604 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 5 005 25 lambs 15 607 25 yearlings S5 505 75 Calves S3 008 00 Hogs Choice to prime heavy S6 706 80 medium to good heavy S6 55S 65 butcher weights JG 706 85 good to choice mixed JC 50Q 70 medium mixed packing JG B08 60 rough heavy packing JG 108 35 straight heavy pack Ing JG 356 50 pigs J5 506 50 Wheat No2 red 73i74c CornNo 2 46 H t 46V4c OatsNo2 33cEAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export J5 2508 00 shipping steers 14 655 10 butchers cattle J4 CB4 90 heifers J3 104 85 fat cows J3 103 85 bulls J2 154 90 milkers and springers J30 00BO 00 Sheep and LambsGood to choice yearlings ts 0006 35 wethers sprinlambsri0 g I 9 00 Hoffs Heavies S6 90 if 6 95 medi ums S6 90 7 00 Yorkers J6 756 90 pigs t6 B06 60 roughs J5 E06 90 PITTSBURG Cattle Choice1 J5 65 5 90 prime J5 405 60 tidy butchers 84 655 00 heifers J2 504 25 cows bulls and stags S2 003 75 fresh cows J26 0050 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers J5 605 65 good mixed S5 20 3 5 40 lambs Sf 507 75 Calves Veal JS 008 50 HogsHeavy hogs mediums lighYorkersCLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfod JS 5006 00 heifers J2 504 25 tat cowj 83 253 60 bulls 83 003 25 milkers and springers J12 0043 CO Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 7 50 wethers J5 6005 75 mixed J4 B005 00 owes liogsYorkers6 95 heavies JS 90 pin J6 50 roughs J5 605 76 stags 14 254 75 CINCINNATIWheat No i red 76 76c CornNo 2 mixed 4S48Ho Oats No 2 mixed 3636o RyeNo 2 69 LardS8 40 Bulk meats J9 00 Bacona J10 25 Hogs J5 606 70 CattleU 00 6 35 Sheep12 504 75 Lambs J4 BO C775NEW YORK Cattle Steers J3 BO I 90 bulls J2 253 50 cows Jl 603 70 Veal Calves J5 009 00 Sheep and Lambs Sheep J4 0006 50 lambs 18 5- 4W S 00 Hogs Staet and Pennsylvanian 957 00 Wheat No i red 110- ComNo2 55c OatsMixed 37cBOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylva nia XX and above 34034o X 31Sioj1 No1 4041c No 2 3S0 S9o One un washed 252c delalno washed 8637o delaine unwashed 2829o Kentucky and Indiana combing blood 3335c TOLEDO Wheat 75 4c corn 4lc oats SSVfcc rye 63o cloversaed JS 60 Danger From The Plague Theres grave danger from the plague ol Coughs and Colds that are so preva lent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs andI Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly end them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off Consumption Coughs and Colds COc and 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free I CAN REFUSE 10 LIQUORoDecision at Bowling Green as to Steamboats Important Tern pernncc Interests 4Judgeein which he holds that no steamboat company or common carrier can be compelled to accent a shipment of spirituous or vinous liquors and convey same into prohibition territory even if the same goods are shipped from points outside the state into Green River The temperance party is jubilant and regards the decision as of first rate im portance Nasal Catarrh an inflammation of the delicate membrane lining the airpassa ges is not cured by any mixtures taken into the stomach Dont waste time on throughatissues are reached at once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys Cram Balm will cure you as it has cured others by the thousand All druggist Mc Mailed by lay Bros 50 Warren Street New York Must Pay Government License The Commissioner of Internal Rev enue has decided that retailers and merchants in other lines of business than liquor selling who offer bottles of whisky or other spirituous liquors as premiums for orders for their goods must take out a regular Government license Blood Poisoning results from chronic coustpationwhich 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 uausia headache dizziness and colic without gripI bytDrug When a man kisses a gjrl on a dark piazza she would scream if she were not afraid of scaring her mo- therProfits Stock can be greatly increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep them well I BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps them well BlackDraught Stock and Paul try Medicine is i pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach liver and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic Dis temper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases It Is a perfect rae Idne for general farm se Try it Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers The Publishers ClaimsSustainedUNITED Tho Publishers of Webstera international Dictionary allciro that it 1 H In ftutthopopU pnrtwttEtho0anti severer requirements of another genera tionWo are of tho opinion tlmt this allegation most clearly and accurately describes the work that has been accomplished and tho result thatbus been reached The Dictionary as it now stands has been thoroughly ro edited in every detail hue been corrected In every part al1ill8 udmlrubllulnptutl to meet the larger and severer requirements of a Kcnonitioii which demands moro of popular generutlonhiltIt is perhaps needless to add that ro refer to tho dictionary in our judicial work as of tho highest authority in nccurury of defini tlon and that in tho fiiturousltithcpastlt win Ito tho source of constant reference CHARLES O KOTT Chief Jottlce LAWRBNCK WEUXHI JOHN UAVI rFFIUtC1LltU1illllWllJoJpo The abate refers to JTEJlSTEfiS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE internssIGET THE LATEST AND BEST Youwtniietntcratedinour tpccimtni aotti sent free a QCMERRIAM COn M PUBLISHERS DKmONKr SPRINGFIELD MASS N g= 1 I Bargains in Tickets Via Rock Island llow round trip rates all summer TO COLORADOVeryial teductlons September 23 to 29 TO CALIFORNIAVery low round trip rates all summer reductions September 3 to 14 inclusive Gne way Colonist tickets will be on sale September 15 to October 3 1 TO HOT SPRINGS ARK Ver rates all summerra trip Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request I H H I Gen Dist Ark O q e mA 1J AN IDE- ALVACATION TRIP TOn YELLOWSTONEPARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Gorge Glenwood Springs Lake Marshall Black Canon G DAYS IN WONDERFUL YELLOWSTONE PARK Cost of Trip Expense of an ordinary of this has and so as to be easy of all Special Sleepers Louisville Night of July particulars r II writcII u SOUTHWEST The BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making ao off your as you No you are making all you can The is the land costs too It too ntu h to buy a big and so you are trying a lying on a farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a of you in rent Wouldnt it be to go the ol is so that you can own a big farmwhere acre of the ground is working profitsThere Southwtt the line of the Bel that can be bought for 3 to f10 an acre is increasing in each year See Southwest Small trip to the Southwest you that your bosh lay In thorn The trip tim be made at very little On the first and third Tuesdays of each you can purchase H trip to any in the Southwest on or via the Hell at very IMw rates Stopovers will be for you to any you ore interested Inl Write at once for free of describing tills wonderful and for full Information about cost of etc l C T P A Bell 82 Building Louisrille Ky rti II TI C1 LEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in county can bo found a jewelry establish up to Fine Jewelry SilverwareHollowware Flatware Gold spectacles and all other grades of spectacles Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sowing Machine Needles to fit all machines Musical instruments findingsBest finest repairing of all timepieces W ry I QEO LEE McGUIRE Pass Agt Pass Agt Little Rock Cincinnati iN the Salt den Salt Air Pass and trip nature been fully considered minimized within reach will leave 25th For full 1907 Land of much farm ought doubt trouble much takes money farm small good share what raise better where price good land little every along Cotton Route from This land value the at Cost- A would convince Interests settling expense month round ticket point Cotton Route allowed examine locality copies books country tickets BARRY Cotton Route Todd the ment more date Fine and and I TABLEINo 146 Daily Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flag only arrives at Louisville 25 A M No 142 Dally Mail ana Kx press leaves Olo verport94S A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 144 Dally tact mall leaves Olo verport 418 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 35 p m uQCommodatIon WEST BOUND accommodationloavesvilla 900 a m oxpr8f1ileaveswenslioroStanleyarrive St Louis 720 p m Train No 143 Mull and Express dally ar rives Clovorport 740 p m Kvansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 1 45dntly St Louis fast train leaves C IIverport 1111 P M arrives Bvansvllle 135 A Mst Louis 740 A M stops at HuwesvlUe Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141 and 144 brtwneii Louisville and KrausvHIe Through sit n f cars and reclining chair cars on trains 145 UK 146 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsvlllc Branch EAST HOUND Train No 8 dally except P nday leiv s FordsvllJ so m rrlras Irvington UI a in Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves- Fordsvllle 320 p m arrives Irvlngton 5 0 p ui Train No O Sunday only Fordsvllle 0 SO a m Irvington 9030 m WEST BOUND Train No S Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650am arrives Fordsvlllo 245 I pm Train No5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 m Urrlves Fordivlllo 925 p m Ir ff L foJktt 41 L V l Ji i- I ffI jI r S k J f I i J 1 J 01 l k t Jr i f i f f J i i i V fi 0 t aw JIJr rns+ r4 CZ t r+ r I 1 e 4 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 Tutts Pills This popular remedy never fails to effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion- The natural result Is good appetite and solid neap Dose small elegantly sugar coated and easy to swallow Take No Substitute = BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBAQE SONS Publlihlne Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or fl95 If paid at the end of year CARDS OK THANKS over five lines charges Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the Wkte of 5 ints per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper IfltlIs not correct uleaso notlfv us When ordering a change In the address snbscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 For Congress lION DEN JOHNSON Even the hot air man is not so warm these days If this weather continues the farmers will soon be having a hogkilling time It is said that the Cuban trouble has caused an advance in the price of Havana cigars in this country Good excuse now to swear off from smoking Vice President Fairbanks has announced his intentions of coming to Kentucky this month No explanation from the weather man as to the cause of the sudden cold wave is necessary A news item under bold head lines says that two men died from drinking poisoned whisky Noth ing startling in that Since all whisky is poison and men are dying every day from drinking itI the item conveyed no news Secretary Shaw says ho is in Kentucky to warm things up politically We would like for the Secretary to define his idea of the meaningof that word if he thinks politics is not already warm in this State Editor Dave Duncan of the Meade county Messenger made a grand light for the cause of temper ance in the local option contest in Meade county which resulted in a victory for the whiskey element on last Saturday Though the re sult was a great disappointment to him and the other local option ad vocates theirs was a duty well done and they should feel that it was glorious to suffer defeat in a righteous earls than win an in glorous victoryCUT HIS CHIN John Burls car repairer at the shops suffered a severe cut to his chin while at work adjusting nil pipes A piece of pipe struck his chin cutting an ugly gash several inches in length requiring several stitches to sew it up My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easilydo it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The boat kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years O Ayer Co Lowell MMI I ego zunuAotureri of- SARSAPARILLA AXa48 9 sPillSII PECTORAL WON BY FIVE VOTES I The local option election in Meade county on last Saturday resulted in a victory for the wets by a majority i of five votes At the beginning of the campaign it was seen that n hard fight for victory on either side would have toII be made and both went into the fight to win I The temperance people were tireless I in their efforts to rout the saloon butII they could not overcome the great oddsII arrayed on the whisky side 1700 votes were cast in the election anIthe close margin by which the element won will doubtless cause a con testIThe Original Laxative Cough Syrup Is Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It expels all cold from the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels It relieves the feverish conditions of the throat draws out the inflammation cures the couch and strengthens the mucous membranes of the lungs and bronchial tubes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is a certains ate prompt and harmless cure for colds croup and whooping cough Sold by all druggists Munford McMullan Irvington Ky Oct 2Spec- ialThe wedding of Miss Ermine Washington Munford and Mr Charlie H McMullan of Greenville Alabama will bo quietly solemnized on next Tuesday morning at ten oclock at theII home of the bride Rev W Thompson officiating Miss Mun ford has our sincere rood wishes I She will be greatly missed from social and church circle 301003ISymsonia Ky March Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo D- eSirI would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your leans Wouder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so II would be pleased to hear from you con cerning the agency as soon as possible Ed Draffen Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cnresI all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cares diabetes semianal emissions weaK and lame backs j rheninatismand all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of 1IOne small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manutacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for test monials Sold by all druggists 1000 Reward Write to J M Quinn Manager Commonwealth Lire Insurance Comp any 308 West Chestnut St Louisville Ky for information about Agency Con tracts and the new policy of the Com monwealthBuild nn income for later years by connecting yourself with this splendid institution Experience in Life Insur ance not necessary If you are a hustler honest and sober you will lose nothing by investigation and it might be a turn ing point in your business history which would finally put you on easy street CIRCUIT COURT Hardinsbnrg Ky Oct 2 SpecialCircuit court convened here Monday Several cases both civil andcrimnal are on docket The following arc those constituting the grand jury Stephen D Dodson Wade Drury Jesse A Moorman O B uattingly Richard Carman Charles Av tt William Hall Sr II II Norton II P Pool William Gilbert Taylor Bandy and Richard Burden WOOD CRAFT ON TilE BOOM IN CLOVERPORT MI T S Necligan of Louis ville Dist Manager Woodman of tho World has arrived in the city to add new interest to the order hero Mr Neeligan will bo ably assisted in tho work by Sovorigns P D Plank S C McCracken and Charles Hamman who are en thusiastic Woodmen Mr Neeligan expects to remain with us for sev oral weeks J I ImII COME TO HARD1NSBVRG IIAnd see what we are offering the public in the way of superior merchandise at prices most Reasonable v Winter Clothing Hats Overcoats Cloaks Etc I are the things of greatest interest just now I HATS IIYou dont see your Hat but others do Why not let them see a stylish one The famous SWAN HAT has no superior and we can fit you in it at prices from I 125 to 250- CLOAKSI ILadies our Fall and Winter line of Cloaks are now open and we invite you to inspect them Theyare of the latest designs and colors WHY BALANCE ON THE EDGE OF FASHION WHEN YOU MAY BE IN I- Tlour ladies long coats this season are beauties rwand we can furnish them in most any size We are offering these goods at prices running from 400 to 1400 The season is on and they are going Dont get left by waiting too long before you inspect our line a + I tJ 1 mare 7 old in foal a one 1 8 old 1 year old bay colt We a few to let on the to the manm for oni KY m J J r + Miss Mary has gone to to enter T N Bates t ho is visit ing her Mr and Mrs Will of will return homo soon Wo are soon to have free boxes These will be put in some time next T Rico and Fords villo wont to last Wed They wore by his sister Miss Boulah Rice and Ernest Rice They home Card of Wo desiro to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and for their many acts of to us the illness and death of our little Mr and Mrs The News one year one dollar Give Me 193 on hand Say us and see if we do not you OVERCOATS The is kind of an and how for it it to your and he says twentyfive or dol lars it to us and we say ten or and all the is in the will be in the not a bit in not a bit in not a bit to the of it SHOESD- ont that we are headquarters for the Famous Shoe It is too well to need any Ition All we ask is for you to a 11 trial and will sell I Winter Dress Goods Suits and Suitings- OfI latest Designs and Patterns I Give us call Yours Very Truly IB F BEARD ZC COm lBj iIfj fliIj fMiJIiiiWiWllSI FOR SALE t or will trade for Cattle Black years good Gray horse years Three have yearling mules shares right Work mules sale time BEARD BROS HARDINSBURG TARFORK Jackson Bethlehem Academy schoolMrs parents McCartie Whitesvillo delivery month- S familyof Louisville nesday accompanied brother returned Friday Thanks neighbors kindness during daughter Shelby McCracken Hello Central Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat Always give YourNext NextOrder please WINN BRO- SCloverport Ky question what Overcoat much Leave tailor thirty leave fifteen difference there world dollars quality style beauty forget Star Brand known recommenda give them they themselves I 1- 1I mDfliB tB AOM THE OKWashing Machine 750 There is as much difference between washing machines as there is in sowing machines more because housekeepers are familiar with sowing machines and you couldnt sell a poor one at any price But they dont know washing machines as well Tie 0 K has the steel ball bearing which makes it so easy running and almost noiseless The flywheel turns either right or loft and the dasher reverses automatically turning the clothes forward and back in the machine We are Agents for the 0 K Washing Machine McGlothlan Piggotta Irvington Ky FOR SALE Wo will on the 15th of October close down and cease to operate the Star Roller Mill at this place All who have wheat stored with us will please come and settle and get pay for same Wo are also offering this plant and stockof wheat apt Etc for sale Anyone wanting to engage in the milling business will find this a good opportunity Will sell for cash or in payments or oxchang o for good farm lands Star Roller Mills Co i t COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky l lOpen day and night Rates flOO per day a CURESWHERE ALL ELSE FAILS CoolUse CONSUMPTION o iT T t THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 5 rlOYAthHairingPowder 4 so1i terPure A wholesome cream of tartar baking powder Makes the finest lightest best flavored biscuit hot breads cake and pastry Alum and alum pnosphafe powders are injurious Do not use them Examine the label ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK v PERSONAL AND LOCAL JMrs J P King spent Saturday in Hardinsburg Mr P D Plank was in Franklin Tenn Sunday- If you want a good rubber buy the Royal Blue Julian H Brown rf C S Lamb was in Evansville Satur day on business Mr John Corley has gone to Decatur Ill to make his home If you want a good shoe buy the RoyjBlue Julian H Brown Miss Elizabeth Skillman is spending the week in Louisville Get my prices on country produce be fare selling elsewhere Julian H Brown Ed Morrison has returned from a visit to OwensboroGet on all goods before purchasing elsewhere Julian HBrown Miss Evelen Hicks returned from Louisville Saturday Rollie Fallon left Monday forSeeley ville Ind where be has a position Mr O T Skillman was in Louisville last week I have for sale one livery outfit horses buggies harness etc Julian H Brown Mrs II V Duncau visited her sou Dan Duncanin Owensboro last Thurs d jfohn Bell left Saturday for a week visit to friends and relatives in Louis ville The Eclipse Shoe the best on the market for wear comfort and style3 CO andJMOO at Conrad Sippels Mrs James Stites of Louisville was here Wednesday of last week the guest of Mrs J H Wills Mrs Chas Babbage and son Henry are here from Louisville visiting Capt and Mrs J H Rowland- S E Gibson ot Monroe Ark is here on a visit to his wife He will remain several weeks Mrs Albert Purcell has returned from Paducah where she has been visiting her mother Miss Lucetta Miller who has been quite ill with malaria is able to be out againMrsABSkillman and Miss Margaret Skillman lelt for Louisville yesterday to spend several days- I am carrying a fall line of childrens school shoes They wear longer than any other and are the cheapest L McGavock and family returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in the country SCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease Emuljsiona most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that j women have to bear To children Scotts Emulsion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls tfor thin and sickly boys Scotts Eiulsion is a great help if Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists gpO415 Pearl 8tr9t NftVtYork JTSebc and SlOOi all druaalati I Mrs Marion Polk of Tobinsport Ind was the guest of relatives at this place last week Mrs Mollie DeJarnett and daughter Miss Lucy of Hardinshurgwere in town Monday Misses Annie and Sallie Baker of Patesville were Cloverport visitors MondayCapt Mrs F M Ryan have returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives in Cloverport Mr and Mrs Charlie Creary of Mid dleton 0 returned to their home yes terday after a lengthy visit to Mr and Mrs AII Murray Mr Lonnie Rhodes and wife of Kirk and Mesdames Thomas and Lafe Miller of Jolly Station are guests a the home of Mr Thos W Lewis Ruther Meador of Kansas is here on a visit to his sister Mrs H C Pate Mr Meador was born and reared at Custer this county He has been living in Kansas for the past eleven years The Ladies Reading Club will hold its first meeting of the season to morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs W H Bowmer New officers will be elected for the ensuing year Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky SCHOOL PER CAPITA For Breckenridge County This Year Is 312 The school per capita for Brecken ridge county this year has been placed at 3 12 An allowance of 330 was made by the State for each county but owing to several pauper districts in this county the per capita has been reduced to cover them Next Saturday is the day set for the next payment of the teachers The total amount that will be paid out to the teachers of Breckenridge county this year will be in the neighborhood of 22100 Wbile no money has been sent to the superintendents out in the State from the Superintendent of Public Instruction for the past three months the teachers of Breckenridge county have received their salaries promptly For this credit is due County Superintendent Joel H Pile who took the matter in his own hands making arrangements for the payment of the teachers as their monthly salaries fell dne Very few if any other teachers throughout the State have been so fortunate in receiving their ilaries so promptly A Game of Many Scores In a game bn last Sunday after noon between the Professionals and Amateurs both local ball teams tho score resulted in a vic tory for tho Professionals by 26 to 17- TOBACCO CROP IS DAMAGED Three weeks ago the tobacco growers of Breckenridge county were boasting of the finest prospects for the bigge t yield of tobacco in years Recent rains how ever have done severe injury to the weed and farmers are very much dis apointed over the havoc the elements have played with their crop The heavy rains caused much of the tobacco to rot on the stalk and some of it has molded in the barn- However several farmers in the county state that with good weather for a few days much of the weed can be saved that otherwise will be lost The corn crop also is coming in for its share of damage from the rains and some of it is rotting on the stalk and In the shocki J COLLAR BONE WAS BROKEN While loading logs on a barge at the lumber camp west of town yesterday morning Everett Davis suffered serious if not fatal injures in an accident Davis was rolling logs down an embankment when he lost his footing nnd fellII log pa sing entirely over his body His collar bone was broken and he received other severe bruises about the body While as yet it can not be ascertained whether or not he received internal injuries Drs Simons and Lightfoot who attend ed him are of the opinion that he willrecover Davis lives in Rockport and is employed by the llockport Box Manufacturing C- oMARRIED THURSDAY Miss Maud Polk of this city and Mr Benton Eubank of Frankfort were married at the Methodist parsonage in the latter city on last Thursday afternoon Rev Dr- Ynught performing the ceremony On the following evening they were given an informal reception at the home of the grooms par entsMiss Polk is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Polk of this city and is a young lady possessing many lovable traits of character She is quite popular hero and will bo missed by the young people Mr Eubanks is a prominent insurance man of Frankfort They will make their home ill that city- MARRIED i INOWENSBORO Mr T C Tousev and Mrs Fannie Lishen both of this city were quietly married in Owenstioro on last Thursday aft rnoon at 5 oclock the Rev f T Lewis pastor of the Cloverport Baptist church perfonni g the ceremony Im mediately following the weddiug a din ner was served the couple and their friendsMr Tousey holds the position as bookeeper with the firm of F Fraize in this city He is held in high esteem by the people of Cloverport and has a large acquaintanceThe has a large circle of friends and is quite popular They will make their home in Clover port TO BE MARRIED TODAY Mr John Warfleld of Near Town to Wed Miss Pearl Ogden of Louisville The marriage of Mr John War fiol living near town and Miss Pearl Ogden of Louisville will take place at the home of the bride today After tho marriage the couple will spend several days on a wedding tour returning to this place to make their future home Mr Wai field became acquainted with his bride while the latter was hero on a visit last winter to rela tives the family of J W Stone near town Tho bridegroom is a prosperous and well known farmer while tho brido is popular with all who know he- rNEGRO t KILLED John Starks colored was shot and instantly killed by Will Brad ley another negro at a dance on tho farm of Mr Ernest Hender son near Basin Springs this county Saturday night From tho evidence obtainable the shooting seems to have been done with out provocation Bradley it is said had been quarreling withan uncle of Starks when Stnrks re monstrated with him This an gered Bradley and it is alleged ho pulled his pistol and fired the ball entering tho loft temple of Starks passing entirely through his head Bradley was arrested by city Marshal Attinson of Irvington and taken to Hardinsburg and lodged in jails V 1 1A CATARRHCURE Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Give Rtllel at Once It cleanses soothes the heals disease membrane It cures Catarrh and drivos away a Cold in tho EYERstoresTaste and Smell Full size 60 cts at Drug gists or by mail Trial Size 10 cts by mail ElyBrothers CO Warren Street Now York j pDRRepresenting TAYLOR KEENE ID DENTISTSOF T OWENBBOROm Will be in Clovcrport on theL p 12th 13th and Hth ot each 1 mt month Dr Llghtfoots office JII mont h Dr Incheloes office I I h IA Most PerplexingI i Question I fH Good Com lexionff1 t1 CREME I I II DELIGHTFUL i bIs The KBa Answertt 1 SEVERS DRUG CO I 1 WantS+ 7 h hWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week Pan DALETwo cows both given plenty milk John Welsenbur CloverportKy FUR SALE OU nE T- Fon SALE un i riAHJ farm ot09 acres mile and a halt from lliirdlnsbure preferredtVrlteTeaff WANTKI HUH TIMBER XANTECHub timber For particulars specifications and prices address lluwos vlllo Hub and MfK Co Huwesvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE FOR SALEJ6lIorse Power Traction En Just rebuilt and practically as good MfgCoFOR SALEFarms Adklsson Bros tClovtrport Iy- WANTEDGentleman or lady with good riKfor07300 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Clovcrport Ky FOIL SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Business College Breck enrldge News FOIL SALElOO acres of land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 acres acresInor wheat Price 11500 cash For further particulars write the BrcckcnrldKO News Cloverport Ky VlANTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumberT Write or call on Jno n BubbuKU Clo verport Iy- LOSTPearl set ring and 15 In paper hills WmAllonsCloverportKyWJANTEDBy Clilcugo wholesale nod mall assistant manager tman or woman for this county and adjoining terri tory Salary JSO and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or lJC valuableWriteselfaddressed envelope Address GENERAL MANAGER 134 E Luke St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 51B 3rd Street Louisville IC- yHenderson Route Notes Houiesoskera Excursions toall points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Colonist rates to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oot 31 1UOO Mammoth Cave Excursion Sunday Oct 14 special train 825 for the round trip from Clovorport Good returning ten days from date of sale TriCounty Fair Henderson 235 round trip Oct 9 to 13 inclusive Returning limit Oct 14 ESTILEBEST FOR KIDNEYS i IMEET ME AT NOLTES 1 IIStill They Go Selling more shoes than ever Ours is a complete line Can fit every one All we want is a chance Bring your feet here f We will please you f Little big and elderly folks I I 1 i iJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky a 7- AL Cadick Milling Coe I No Waiting Here Just tell us how much Lumber you need Wo have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were 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CLOVERPORTCloverport Frank May A S I IREAL ESTATEReal Estate office in Owensboro friends to communicate with us any kind of property e that with wide acquaintance and the knowledge we have of the Real Estate values that we be of great assistance to all especially do we your at to Davioss Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly MAY f GRIFFIN Offce 324 12 St Ann St Both Ph lies 358 Owensboro Ky II to the D S I Addison a boy Stephens Burks Piles positively with Dr it does work with ItchIj lug protruding or piles disappear its use Large jars 50 recommended Severs Irug Co Take Tablets Inmost be a of to a in 4 de a a efficient OF v a can A Proud Papa Mr Ed Whitchciul has been re ceiving the consnatulutons of his many friends about town for tho past few days over tho arrival of twins ut his home on last Friday The twins are girls and are a healthy pair A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES Itching BlInd Bleeding Protruding Piles IiruirtfiKts ere autliorlzfa to rotund money PAi I OINTMFNT faLl U enrto 0 to 14 Days Soc r To Cure a Cold in One Laxative Bromo Quinine Signature entertainingYou FLOUR DOLLAR Day 1fa1 xdonevery 25c F ui c r r I r f i t i r I f f i i I I l h 1 1 4 Iioi V I 6 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 i LOCAL OPTIONELECTIONS Results Since County Unit Bill Went Into Effect Louisville Ky Oct 4Since June 11 last when the county unit bill went into effect the following counties with an aggregate population of 65572 have gone dry Henry Washington Union Lincoln Tricg Hardin Wood ford Simpson Trimble Nicholas Hancock and Bracken In addition to these the towns of Harrodsburg Nicholas vllle Harrods Creek and Mayslick have gone dry The wet victories were in Nelson county Jefferson county precincts Georgetown Russellville and Mt Sterl ingThere are now eighty two of the 110 counties in Kentucky that have voted dry All the elections shown above except Henry county Harrodsburg and Georgetown have been held since Aug ust 25 It is impossible to have a clear head on active brain a vigorous constitu thou or a strong body when the diges tion is weak or when the stomach is 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 Died at EHzabethtown Ellziibethtown Mirror Mrs Louise Berry died at the home of her son Mr Marcus Berry near this city Tuesday evening after a long illness of paralysis at the ago of eightysix years The deceased was a con sistent member of the Catholic church She was a most estimable woman and had reared a largo familyof children Sho had made her home with her son where she died for many years The re mains wore taken to Flaherty and after funeral services conducted by Father Niehouse were intered in the church comctry yesterday She leaves many relatives and friends in Hardin and Meade counties to mourn her departure Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the peo pe we ere looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fever and the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamel sensitive membranes Cleansing sooth ing and healing One trial will con vince you of its healing power Price BOc All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New Yorc A womans face may be her for tune but a mans check often enables him to acquire a fortune What a delightful old world this would be if fussy people would only lose their temper for keeps Of course a woman cant give her correct ago when it is impossi ble for her to remember the day when she was born Every girl makes at least one mistake on her wedding dayand that is when she thinks all her girl acquaintances envy her The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this ountry most dangerous because so deceo covery live Many sudden pneumonia failure or apoplexy are the of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned will attack organs or the ddneys themselves break and cell by cell Bladder troubles always Q derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney and remedyIt to and Ing in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manyttmeaextraordinary of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis and a book that byItheart often result blood the vital down waste away most result from make liver hold urine scald pain effect tells all about It both nome of SpoRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mlstakobut remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton NY Is on every bottle EarlyBlake Wedding The marriage of MrLJ Early and Miss Margaret P Blake took placo at 230 oclock Thursday afternoon in the parlors of tho First Christian church Rev RH Crossfiold performed tho ceremony The maid of honor was Miss Isabelle Rial of this city The bride is well known here She was deputy postmistress at Can nclton and is an estimable young womanMr Early is the editor of the Cannelton Telephone and is well known in Owensboro where ho formerly lived Mr Early and his brido left Thursday evening for a bridal tour through tho West where they will spend some time after which they will make their homo in Cannolton u Owensboro Messenger A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitterswhich have completely cured her and restored the strength and nctivity she had iu the prime of life writes Sirs WI Gilpat ric of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stone ach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilous ness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price LOc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The Century In 1907 The American Civil War will be treated in the century during 1907 in three short serials Ellis Paxton Oberholtzer Ph D au thor of Robert Morris Patriot and Financier ect will tell How the Civil War Was Fi nanced General 00 Howard the only surviving commander of a separate army during the Civil War has written for The Century his personal recollections of some of the leading men of those days and there will bo an acconnt of Lincoln in the Telegraph Office by an operator in the War De partment telegraph office where Lincoln spent many hours daily during the anxious hours of the Cival War- When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A fev erish dry nose means sickness with a dos And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips menu fever ishness and are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvet like lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Slioops Green 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 85 cents Severs Drug Co The longer a man aims the n ore likely he is to miss the target Trying to induce some people to bo thankful is a thankless job Lovo enables a man to reach the limit of either happiness or misery A woman considers a man worth only what she can induce him to give up- Mon dislike to blame themselves for their own faults so they blame women for theirs Woman Shoots Down nan White Holding Mob at Bay Belford Ind October Hold ing a crowd of drunken rowdies at bay with a revolver Mrs J nnio Brown wife of the owner of Browns vaudeville show which exhibited at Fort Ritncr last even ing defended herself with rare courage She fired several bullets into the mob ono striking Charles Wiggins of Sparksville in the mouthand ho is believed to be fatally injured After the close of the performance an attempt was made to take possession of the placo Brown the proprietor was quickly dis armed and locked up in one of his own wagons The rowdies then turnedon Mrs Brown Deputy Prosecutor Plumraer went to Fort llitnet today and caused tho arrest of fifteen young men as a result of the affray To draw the fire out of a burn heal n cut without leaving a soar or to cnre boils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases nse DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo A specific for piles Get the genuine Sold by all druggists BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column The shah of Persia Muzaffared Din la reported to be seriously 111 Cameron Paulln 21 died at Toronto Ont of Injuries in football practice Snow fell at Colorado Springs Colo At Pueblo temperature fell 40 degrees In 12 hours Total number of dead In mine Ksas ter near Bluefleld W Va variously stated from 40 to 60 J B Dodson attorney convicted at Springfield Mo of making false affi davits in land entries Christopher J Heppe founder and president of the Heppo Piano compa ny and well known in musical circles died at Philadelphia Fire destroyed the Soo roundhouse and machine shops at Bismarck N D Loss estimated at 100000 Fire sup posed to have been caused by sponta neous combustion Peter Mlllard cotton broker at Now Orleans suicided by taking poison 111 healthDr A Cook of Brooklyn reach ed top of Mt McKinley In Alaska 20464 feet above sea level Streetcar with 70 passengers cap sized at Muskogee I T killing ono passenger and Injuring 18 Madeline Lake daughter of English army officer murdered at Essen Prus ala Her mutilated body found in park No clew Gas exploded in blast furnaco of Colorado Fuel and Iron company at Pueblo Colo killing two men and fatally Injuring two At Wichita Kan 11 women wives of striking telephone linemen attack ed strikebreakers with clubs and stones and routed them Dr Randolph Stonycroft killed and two others injured in streetcar acct dent at San Francisco M Hager Swedish vice consul at Batoum Russia was assassinated In his carriage at outskirts of Batoum John C Baker 38 head of New York Heralds art department shot himself Afflicted with nervousness At Chicago health officers seized and condemned 30000 pounds of decomposed poultry at two cold storage warehousesThomas Hudson 68 shot and kill ed at Philadelphia by Robert Stanton 18 a neighbor who mistook Hudson for a burglar Fire destroyed roundhouse 18 locomotives and repair shops of Western Atlantic railroad at Atlanta Ga Loss 175000 Avery hotel at Mt Clemens Mich burned Loss 50000 half Insured Baron Rosen Russian ambassador In an automobile accident at Manches ter N H but was not Injured Almost the entire village of North port Mich was wiped out by fire The estimated loss exceeds 50000 Albert J Adams better known as Al Adams policy king shot himself in New York Ill since release from Sing Sing Count BonI do Castellano reelected to French chamber of deputies His last election set aside on charge of corruptionMrs Nagle of Canton III robbed of 2800 cash and jewels In Saratoga hotel at Chicago Bell boy disappearedOctober 1 was hottest day of the year at Los Angeles Cat 105 In shade and 117 In sun on top of skyscraper 112 in shade on the street Mr Wills a new York mining engi neer formerly employed at the Kal hug Colliery company was murdered by Chinese near the Yellow river Business portion of Barstow Cal destroyed by fire Total loss 80000- E T Fairbanks of Springfield 0 died suddenly of heart failure Cousin of the vice president John A Smith former clerk of courts dropped dead while raking his lawn at Wilmington O Suspected that recent wreck at Cat bin Ill was caused by robbers who were seen soon after looting passen gers Joe Wolcott and Billy Rhodes fought 20round draw on a neutral island In Missouri river near Leaven worth Kan Hoop factory of John M Peel Bros at Marysvlllo 0 destroyed by fire of unknown origin Loss 10000 no insurance At Greensboro N 0 Frank Bohan on collapsed when sentenced to hang Oct 25 for the murder of R B Beach man Ho may die George H Poor 01 inventor of the airbrake generally used on American railroads is dead at Portland Me Riley Chaney a farmer living near Hlllsboro 0 was killed at Dodson ville 0 by stepping In front of a trac tion carJMayor McClellan gavo out a state mont in which ho said ho would not vote for W R Hearst for governor of New York Thirty persons residing In tho vil lage of Zlobln Prussian Sllosla sud denly became insane through eating poisoned moat Charles S Reed and Herbert G Old ridge switchmen were killed in a col lision between a switch engine and a coal car in the Indianapolis yards Eighteen students were expelled from Lake Forest college Chicago following their refusal to sign a pledge that they would refrain from hazing freshmen MATTINQLY Deferred from last week Ben Mattingly who has been in Evansville for the past summer has returned home Misses Mittio Pate and Alma Perkins of Clovorport are hors visiting relatives Miss Jano Davis of West View is hero with her sister Mrs Sam Larley and attending echool Tom Ryan who has been quito sick is able to bo out again Gabo Brickey of Clover Creek was a visitor at Tar Springs last SundayMrs Letitia Brickey who hat been dangerously ill for the past two months is slowly recovering II Blair and It C Mattingly living on the Cloverport and Bowling Green road have a fine crop of apples Clint Frank and George Taul of Evansville came up last Friday for a short stay Samuel Rice of Pisgah who has been sick of typhoid fever for the past two months died Sept 2G and was buried at the Pisgah graveyard Roy Geo Richards conducting the funeralservices Mr Rico was a member of the Pisgah Baptist church and was an honest upright man Ho leaves a wifo and five small chil drenNews has been received from Mrs William Lynch who loft for Glasgow Scotland recently that she bad arrived at her destination safelyJesse Taul of Evansville who has been visiting his parents W B Taul and wife has returned homeMiss Lula Brickey is visiting her sister Mrs 0 W Sanders at Evansville TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets DrupalstH refund mosey If It tails to euro K W GROVES sirnature Is on eac bbox 25c Occasionly a man spends a lot of time at his club because theres no place like home CASTOR IIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought j kSignaturo A Few Philosophers He was so poor that he was nlways hungry enough to thank God for an appetiteWhen be found himself low down in the valley his consolation was that climbing the mountain is hard work anyhowWhen he couldnt reap n rose in the gardens of Life he thought of the thorns beneath the rose leaves and went his wayrejoicing When Trouble knocked at his door he took down his banjo struck up a jig tune and told Trouble to walk in and take the first place in the dance NervousWornOut If you are in this condition your nerve force is weakthe power is giving out the or gans of your body have slowed up and do their work imperfectly This failure to do the work required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stomach fails to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervino will do it because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system Several years ago I was all broken down 1 was nervous wornout could not sloop and was In constant pain I doctored for months and finally tho doctor said ho could do nothing for me I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and 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DOD clues rome are I actinJJ TheySion Sioneuor Male dooto harm Kf 1 4a c r THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 7 DRYS WIN IIn Hancock County By 375 Majority In tho local option election in Hancock county on last Wednesday the drys won by the decisive majority of 375 majority Both sides worked hard for the victory though it was apparent early in the day that the temperance cause had the fight won There were no disturbances reported everything passing off quietlyIn Patesville precinct the temperance people were overwhelmingly in the majority the vote standing 100 to 4 in their favorThe whiskey advocates have servednotice that they will con test the election in Hawesville A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salve is ap iMied promptly G J Welch of Tekon tfna Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 2sc at Severs Drug Co During the year ending June 30 1905 according to a statement issued by the Interstate Commerce Commissionan average of twenty six people were killed a day and 238 injured a day on railroads inII tho United States Tho number killed during the year was 9703 while the injured numbered 86008 it is rendered Laxative so that its use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation of the bowels It relaxes tho nervous system and cures all coughs colds creep etc A red clover blossom and the honey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxative Cough Syrnp Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold bv all druggists Green River Tobacco Men Hold Meeting Owensboro Ky Oct 5 The e sions of the Green River Dis tr ct Tobacco Association held iiore resulted in the adoption of a constitution and ibylaws for the association Six counties were represented and all reports indi cated that the tobacco situation was well under the control of the association Bun O4STOaXAIb Bond Blfnatu 11 of HennenMcAdams Wedding Miss Frances Hall Hennen daughter of Mrs Martha Hennen of Hawesville and Lieutenant John Pope McAdams of Fort D A Russell Wyoming were quietly married Monday evening at Hawesville Lieutenant McAdams and his bride passed through Owensboro enroute to Wyoming where he is located The marriage was announced two weeks ago to take place in October but the young couple expected it would be the latter part of the month Lieu tenant McAdams was ordered back to his post some time before his furlough expired and the ceremony immediately took place Mrs McAdams is well known in Owensboro where she has visited upon several occasions and is quite popular here Lieutenant Mc Adams Is also well remembered He formerly resided in OwensboroOwens- boro Messenger Weak Kidneys Blights Disease and Diabetes 17to Dr Shoops Restorative to Curt the Cause If You Suffer From These Symptoms Here are the symptoms Kidney complaint urinehlablrID it stringy mucous in urine unusual de sire to urinate pain in passing water pain In the back and over the kidneys hot dry and Itching akin halrAdry and brittle pals tat Joints legs feel AfiXheaTy sleeplessness dhllneesloss of weight chilly seasa loss of mem ory general deblltlODStIrregular It V heart disorders of eyesight X trouble withbearing waxy skin feverhitting from Your A one toot toI tbe other In standlng SAn lmprop Back y Of treat1 mentis of ten worse than mono MostKIof medl ernes from 1 remedies caned dlu ties These tare practically kidnaV physicsr acting as cathartics1 v wftcton tho bowels They excite the kidvH nays to unusual ac tion they cause oyervtf strain These diur etic reniedles rethemv selves tne frequent eause of serious kidney disease Dont try to doctor the kidneys themselves for you will only harm them Their only ttrngth Is nerve orvitalizeseya Sold and recommenced by f SEVERS DRUG CO HOLDS CUBA Provisional Government Established by United States Havana Oct IAn American provisional government assumed pos session of Cuba Saturday when War Secretary Tads proclamation declar- Ing himself provisional governor of the Island was formally Issued The proclamation was published in the Official Gazette and thousands of print ed copies of the document were dis tributed in Havana and elsewhere The torms of tho proclamation caused general satisfaction especially on account of the moderate terms In which it is phrased Its statement that the provisional government of Cuba is undertaken only on account of the necessities of the situation and Its promise that tho provisional gov ernment will be maintained purely for the purpose of restoring peace order and public confidence until a permanent government Is established are received with satisfaction Brigadier General Funston confer red with Mr Taft regarding the loca tion of the camps for tho first division of the American troops to ho landed here The sites have not yet been selected Funston will cbmmnnd all the troops In Cuba General Jose Miguel Gomez and other conspiracy prisoners were re leased from custody In order that as members of a committee representing the Insurgents they may sign an agreement with Governor Taft that the rebels will lay down their arms immediatelyA headed by General Funston will be appointed to superin tend the actual laying down of arms on the part of the rebels This com mission will visit all tho rebel camps throughout the Island and will be composed of Americans only in order to avoid creating any bad feeling or complicationsThe will also disarm the volunteer forces of the government leaving the Cuban forces as they existed prior to the rebellion Tho commission will be accompanied by a disbursing officer who will pay the expenses of tho return home of the rebels and thus avoid any dissat isfaction The only disquieting re port received at the American lega tion today was a dispatch from Man zanlllo province of Santiago saying that the moderates there threaten to take to the woods Gas Tank Exploded Indianapolis Ind Oct 2Whlle 20 Republican precinct leaders of Han cock county were holding a caucus Iia the town hall at New Palestine 15 miles east of here the acetyllne gas tank exploded killing William Toon a rural mall carrier Elmer J Bin ford W A Howe J F Reed W H Rock J L McCune John Branson John Hittell and William Hobbs were injured The gas to light the hall was stored in tho acetyllno tank When this exploded the building was left in darkness and the 20 men assembled found themselves among the debris in the darkness The building was al most completely wrecked u Chinese Contracts Washington Oct 3 Theodore P Shonts chairman of the Panama canal commission returned to Washington after an absence of sevItl weeks In New York He said he fl ed to make the award of the contract for the Chi nese laborers on the proposals recent ly submitted to the commission in a few days None of the proposals sub mitted complied exactly with the specifications but Shonts said that the differences between the proposals and the requirements offer little trou ble to straighten out Fathers Rash Act Plttsburg Pa Oct 2PatrickCoyne threw his 3yearold son over a bridge Into the Monongahela river and followed after him in an evident at tempt at suicide The boy was drowned but the father was rescued and taken to a hospital in an uncon scious condition When he regained hs senses the only thIng Coyne would say concerning the murder of his son was that he was drunk and remem bered nothing of the occurrence His home Is at Falls Creek Pa Mothers Vicious Act Warren 0 Oct 4As a culmina tion of a longcontinued quarrel be tween Mrs Lucretia Burbank and her daughter Mrs George Henninger the former throw the contents of a bottle of cabollc acid into tho face of the latter Mrs Henninger was severely burned about the forehead face and eyes Mrs Burbank is under arrest uHoke Smith Elected Governor Atlanta Ga Oct 4Returns from the state election indicate that a light Tote was polled over the state The Democratic ticket headed by Hoke Smith for governor was elected by the usual majority there being no op position except by the Socialists headed by J B Osborne Want Manchuria Opened Up Peking Oct 5Tho United States minister hero is reported to have sent a notice to tho Russian minister ask ing for the opening of Manchuria to trade and stating that negotiations endIlfplaces closed to trade HotAir Cabinet Explosion Bowling Green 0 Oct 1Whlle taking a bath in a hotair cabinet at her home Mrs J B Rae wife of Dr J B Rao of this city was fatally burned by explosion of gas Seven children surviveUnited Irish League Philadelphia Oct 3Tho annual convention of the United Irish League of America was opened here with about 700 delegates in attendance LIST IS GROWING LESS Old Soldiers Being Mustered Out In Large Numbers SUM PAID ALSO DIMINISHED Aggregate Paid In Pensions Since the Civil War Is a Fabulous Figure War With Spain Adds Quite an Item to the TotalFour Pensioners of the Revolution Washington Oct ISo rapidly Is Death mustering out tho old soldiers of the civil war that there Is begin ning to be seen an appreciable do crease In the volume paid by Uncle Sam for pensions The annual report of Pension Com missioner Warnor shows that the de crease for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 1906 amounted to 12470 the largest decrease on record In tho opinion of the commissioner the de crease this year will be still larger Death was the principal cause of tho decrease last year the number of names dropped on that account being 43300 Of these 29208 were survivors of tho civil war leaving 666453 sur vivors of that war still on the roll Thero are still four pensioners on aCt count of the revolutionary war one a widow and the other three daugh ters 660 all widows on account of the war of 1812 and 11472 on ac count of the Mexican war During the year there were added to the roll 3569 pensioners and 1405 restorations and renewals making a total addition of 34394 The total number of pensioners on the roll dur ing tho year was 1033415 The num ber of pensioners dropped from theI roll during the year was 47444 leaving the number of pensioners June 30 1906 at 985971 Since the beginning of the civil war there have been granted by special acts of congress 17215 pensions and Increase of pensions of which 10417 are on tho rolls with an annual value of 2937620 During the last session of congress 3507 such special acts were passed Pennsylvania has the largest num ber of pensioners 98829 Ohio follows with 98564 New York 89240 More than 3000 pensions are paid to persons residing abroad Of these 3567 are In Canada 608 In Germany and 495 In Ireland the others being scatteredThe shows that In the entire history of the country tho total ex pendlturo on account of pensions has been 3459860311 of which only 196 445444 was paid out prior to the be ginning of the civil war Of the total 3259195306 was on account of the civil war The total payment of pen sions on account of the Spanish war reaches 15438555 to date CHINESE BARRED California Town Will Not Have Them Within Its Bcundarles Eureka Cal Oct 4The Starbuck Tallant fish cannery at Port Kenyon agreed to deport immediately 27 Chi nese from Humboldt county and not again to bring Chinese laborers Into the county The Chinese will be housed on Woodley Island Humboldt bay until the northbound steamer sails Eureka citizens appointed a vigilance committee to turn In a gen eral fire alarm when a vessel enters Humboldt bay with Chinese passen gers for this port This action Is to prevent any more attempt to bring Chinese or Japanese here Faglns Version Cincinnati 0 Oct 4Vlvlan Fa sin who was removed from tho office of United States marshal for southern district of Ohio declared that the ad ministration at Washington through Congressman Longworth made a deal with the Cox organization to sacrifice Fagin In exchange for Longworths nomination to congress for the First district of Ohio Senator Forakers support ho declared was secured In the same way by the threat that he would not be Indorsed at the Republi can state convention unless ho used his Influence against FagIn The same Influence Fagin says was brought to bear on Senator Dick It Is doubtful If Eugene Lewis former auditor of Hamilton county who was named to succeed Fagln will make many changes In tho present office force Prisoners Escape Newark 0 Oct 4 A wholesale Jail delivery took place at the Licking county jail Eight prisoners among them being several exconvicts and desperate characters escaped into the country after overpowering tho turn key Christopher Calvin The names of those who participated In the deliv ery are Edward Shoddls horsesteal ing Douglas Worley criminal as Sault Charles McDatton larceny Lewis Ross larceny George Moore shooting with Intent to kill Max Mc Cann criminal assault Clarence Star rett criminal assault Thomas Mc Mullen housebreaking More is an Bxoonvict and regarded as a desper ate man McMullen was recaptured White Married Now York Oct 4 William J White president of the American Chicle company and formerly con gressman from Ohio whose wife se cured a divorce Monday in tho Ohio courts married Miss Helen P Shel don at the Holland House Wednesday night The ceremony was performed by Dr Henry Marsh Warren Would Not Give Up Hazing Chicago Oct 4Elghteen students wore expelled from Lake Forest college following their refusal to sign a pledge that they would refrain from hazing freshmen PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky J S WORTIIAMLeltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited 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 tLCourtsties Special attention glen to collectin road cases and criminal practice Licenser COUJtsOmce StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high fabrics Clothes madegrade methods Fit guar anteedodernto prices Ex pert tailois employed I H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GOI- NCORPORATED t Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wedne day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 171 Clovorport to Evansville 171 Cloverport to Owensboro 71 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 1 5415615S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Snot Pythian Home Will Remain In Lexington Louisville Ky Oct 3After a spirited fight led in behalf of Lexington by W C G Hobbs the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythins today decided to retain the Pythian Widows and Orphans Home at Lexington proposition was accepted by which Lexington lodges agree to raise S 4000 to reimburse the Fayette Fiscal Court for its appropriation and get a clear title to the homo and pledges were made that the city of Lexing ton would never press any claim on the property by reason of its appropriation of 6000 A Board of Control of five members will be elected tomorrow and the home will probably be opened next spring You may be just as skeptical and pessimistic as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether yon eat or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsai Cure 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 dnggistst Made Coffin For Mormon Founder Richmond Ind Oct 4 John Hatfield died today He made the coffin for Joseph Smith the found er of Mormonisui Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only ono way to cure deafness and that Is by con stitutional remedies neatness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of the Eustuculan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sonnd or Im perfect hearing 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 forover nine cases out ot ten are caused by Catarrit which is nothing but an inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free R J CHENEY L CO Toledo O Sold bv Take allsgamily Phis for constipation Vitality I is the I Measure I of Life I Ihetherin a man or a racehorse vitality is Ithe measure of life The friend who is cold and apathetic is not a joy the salesman who tIvitality does not sell goods The BiiECKKMtiDGK NEws has health strength and youth30 years young It has gmItSrounded by sense the healthy spirit of our publication it has agm mighty good chance to succeed rll1 I I Jno D Babbage Sons Pub Co ICloverport Ky BJ i rsm School Booksr i School Supplies i Complete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can I be filled here from the primer up Get your school supplies I here too I Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co y F THE Fifth Avenue jg HOTELI 1 Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr +r ILLINOIS CENTRAL RR 38 Louisville to CaliforniaS- ept 15 to October 31 1906 Daily Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Extremely low round trip In 1II1SS1SSIlPI LOUISIANA ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OK LAHOMA and TEXAS on tho first and third Tuesdays ot each month Through personally conducted excursion sleepers from Louisville to California Ari zona and Texas Full Particulars had of Home Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Tbe most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all part of the city- Everything neat andlclean r Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength ntrrw ness headache constipation bad bread general debility tour rising and catarrh of the stomach aro all due to Indigeitle Kodol cures Indigestion This new dlsoe ery represents the natural Juices of dlpai tlon as they exist In a healthy stemeeh combined with the greatest known tells and reconstructive properties Kodol Dya pcp la Curo doss not only cure Indlgettle and dyspepsia but this famous remedy- cures all tomach troubles by cleanlfl purifying sweetening and strengthen the mucous membranes lining the stomas Mr S S Ball of Rmnnrood W Va MI waa troubled with sour ttoratch for twnlry Kodol cured rod SlId we are sow uilnc It la m for baby Kodol Digests What Yea EiMettles only J100 Sin heldtat z14 umss tie K Jsite which sail for 50 cent Prepared by L aOeWITT A OO OHIOAMt J I r j J i 5 J 1 r rf I f 7 ij j o I 1 I r I a it J 0 ii- r 8 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 10 1906 Y t I r 4 NOTICE- To Tax Payers i November 1st the penalty comes on taxes In addition every man that hasnt paid property will be listed to the county clerk and you will have an additional penalty to payPay now and save yourself 12 per cent penalty M MILLER S BC Ii i ltllAANvAl AflfJVUt HON BEN JOHNSON AT HARDINSBURG Hardinsburg Ky Oct 9- SpeoialTlte Hon Ben Johnson l of Bardstown Democratic candidate for congress delivers1 an address of an hours length tan o audience that comfortably filled the court house His remarks were confided to the tariff and trusts Ho charged that the Rev R H Roe the prohibition nominee for congress in this districtt is a Republican in disguise During the course of his speech h tolda number of good stories an I he was often applauded After Mr Johnson had concluded Sen ator J W Newman of Wood fordcounty made a few remark in advocacy of his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the office ot Commissioner of Agricul ture Labor and Statistics 11ha- he t said was well received oLFJTVI IE3 Dun teeTPs Kind You Hare Always Bought S6eatae Y4 of Sold his Residence Marion Wcatherholt has sold hisI residence on Elm street to Chas L PIth of Lodiburg Mr Pata will move his family here an make this their permanent home SKIN ERUPTIONS fOR J35 YEARS Suffered Severely With Eczema All Over BodyExamined 15 Times by Government Board Who Said There Was No CureAn Old Soldier Completely Cured A THOUSAND THANKS TO CUTICURA REMEDIES II For over thirtyfive years I was a severe sufferer from eczema The erup placeItand oven on my head I am sixty yours old and an old soldier and have been examined by the Government Board over fifteen times and they said thoro was no cure for me I have taken all kinds of medicine and have doctorsJwithoutdecided to try the Cuticura Remedies and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and two bottles of Cuticura Resolvent two treatments in all I am now well and completely cured A thousand spenktooJohn P Roach Richmondale Ross Co Ohio July 17 1005 100000 MOTHERS Daily Tell Other Mothers That Cuticura Soap is the best baby soap in tho world for cleansing and purifying tho skin and that Cuticura Ointment Is of priceless value for soothing and healing itching tortur ing and disfiguring eruptions A single application of Cuticura Ointment preceded by a warm bath with Cuticura Soap gives instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tired mothers Bathe tho af fected parts with hot water and Cuti cura Soap to cleanse tho surface of crusts and scales and soften tho thick ened cuticle dry without hard rub bing and apply Cuticum Ointment freely to nliuy itching and inflamma tion and soothe and healICntlenra Soap Ointment end FHIi are sold throurhoutj thee rsl Potltt Unit kcbemCary Sole j aruaue4 ceMoir to Cure Turtuilog liumoti = IRVINGTON hisJon Maple et painted French grey with green and white trimming The Shir man Bros of Mockport Indiana have the contract Dr C F Marshall was sent as a delegate from the K P Lodge m f this place to Louisville last wee to attend the great convention that was held there John Akers made a business tr to Hardinsburg last Monday Mrs A B Coleman is at home from an extended visit to he GroveiMr Dave Henry and wife of Chattanooga Tennessee last week for a visit to the r parents Mr J L Henry and wife H II Kemper spent Saturday visitingtof Raymond were visitors of M J F Claycomb and wife last week Mrs E W Graves and son t Junious returned Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives in Owens boro Rev W A Hynes presidin elder of the Columbia district 1I church preached fine sermon on Sunday on Christ the man invitea1 S senicesiGraves preached an able sermon on mission at the evening serv ices Mrs Charlie Brown of neart Brandenburg spent last week with her son James Smith In spite of bad weather th children in Miss Simms school suc seeded sufficiently well with theirI entertainment to insure them a basket ball set They have already posted a challence to other schools the competitionMiss Irene Simms has receivedI cummunications from the secetar y of agriculture asking her toI observe arbor day and bird day iin her school Arbor day is observed by schools in nearly allof the States and terretpries and has dones wonderful good in creating sentiIregent in the minds of the youn against the wanton destruction ofIf forests Bird day by its observance could result in an equal amount off good toward the preservation of the sirdsif the teachers in the public choolwould interest themselves iinl the matter The character develop t ed in the girls and boys of toda by worthy effort and uplifting thought will bear a rich harvest iini i twenty years of big smiled broadl I minded men and women t Miss Mary Henry has returned 1 after a visit to relatives and friend- at Cloverport and HawesvilleII Mr A W Moorman and wife returned to their homo in Bran denburg after being the guest of daysRevs daylastMrs Altie Hammon has returned home after a pleasant visit wither h c sister Mrs P D Hawkins I The pastor of the M E church Rev Roberts is expected here thisIi week We are glad to see the brigh- sun shine after so much rain which has damaged tobacco considerably also corn that is in the shock I j HAS STOOD THBTES T 25 YEARS Tho old original GROVES Tasteless Ch1- 1Tonic I You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure DO pay We FISCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS The court was in session four days and all the magistrates were in attend ance Dr F M Smith was allowed 43400 for his services in connection with the smallpox epidemic at Cloverport The court directed the county clerk to furnish each year to the Fiscal court at its April term a complete list of all allowances made by the County Judge in the county court for the year preceding that term The action of the road committee of the Fiscal court in correcting the bid of B F Beard Co in the matter of the purchase of road tools and supplies for the county road was approved and con firmedThe claim of Jno W OBrien amount ing to 65 60 for supplies etc fur rejectedIElizabeth Frymire amounting to 42 and 52 respectively for nursing small pox patients were rejected by the court The following order with reference to epidemics was adopted It is ordered by the court that hereafter no purchase of provisions or supplies for smallpox patients or for patients of any other epidemic even though the same is or dered by the County Health Officer shall be paid or even considered unless the purchase of said provisions and supplies is approved by the Pauper Com missionerBond 52 of the R R taxed dis trict having been paid the same was burned in the presence of the court This leaves 49000 00 yet to be paid- f by the district ItThe salary of Joel H Pile as Superintendent of Common Schools amount ing to 884 78 was allowed The court decided to let the McGee- P Ford bridge across Rough river remain at its present location It was ordered repaired and the court recommended that- a a new road to it be opened on the Breck sideeThe court refused to take any action toward establishing a bridge across holdingdby people from the erection of the proposed bridge are not commensurate with the expenditure of the amount of money necessary to erect the same The court did an excellent thing when- r it ordered the water closet removed from the court house yard immediately after the close of the October term 1906 of the circuit court The court appointed Morris M Beard as its commissioner and authorized him oxLper money ficient to retire the outstanding indebt edness of the county created prior to Jan 1 1906 The amount outstanding according to the report of Mr Beard is 146922 this being the floating in debetness of the county The R R tax levy was laid at 30c on each hundred dollars worth of taxable property within the taxed district M II Beard was appointed as the satetlements with the sheriff for taxes for year 1906 The proceedings of the court were ordered published in the Democrat and News at the price fixed by law for pub lication in one newspaper The following order was entered with reference to the proposed bridge at Eveleighs mill It is considered by the court from the evidence and the report of its commissioners that it is adviseable to erect a bridge across Rough river at Eveleighs mill and F K Rhodes is appointed as a commissioner of this court to notify the Fiscal court of Grayson thisgcourt and to request it to appoint a like commissioner for this purpose When the commissioner of the Grayson county Fiscal court shall have been appoinied the said F K Rhodes shall meet with the commissioner of Grayson county at the place proposed for the erection of said forythe same and contract for the erection thereof and the said commissioner willI report his acts herein at the next April term of this court It is futher ordered by the court that the land owners in this asroad to the said bridge site before this order shall become effective All claims allowed at this term of the court were ordered to be paid out of the levy for 1906 afternoonfThe new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifying or poisouous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure male for 20 years entirely free Dr I Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the DrtsafeIeven for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let 1the law be your protection We cheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Drag Co I I SUFFERED FOR YEARS Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and Usefulness to Pe=runa Read the Letters of Grati tude From Women Who Have Been Benefited By Dr Hartmans Advice A Multitude of Such Letters Are Received Every Year A TYPICAL LETTER Mrs Carry Pcduzzl Linstad N Dak writes I take pleasure In telling you that through your wonderful medicine I am entirely cured of catarrh of the stomach and pelvic organs I was so rundown on account of my illness that I could no longer attend to my housework I could not oat or sloop and had terrible pain in my back 1 took Poruna and in five months I was well I have not felt so well for a long time- I wish everyone who is sick would take Feruna and thus recover their healthI Poruna in the house con tinually I thank you for all that you have done for me A Medicine of Merit Miss Katie A Washer 1700 Prentice street Louisville Ky writes As my experience has been so favorable from the use of Peruna I unhesitatingly state that believe that it Is a medicine of unquestioned merit for all the Ills that we women suffer fromI find that it strengthens and in fuses now life into the system and whenever I feel rundown or overtired a few doses of Peruna will strengthen me again Found a Friend In Need Peruna Mrs Florence Aitkens 1104 Front St Toledo Ohio writes Peruna cured me of catarrh of the uterus I took about four bottles when I noticed an Improvement and five bottles cured me I do not know what I would have been like today had I not obtained Peruna for I was in a terrible state I had pains all over and was cross and irritable I was losing hope of ever being well again- I am todIlYlJwellwomanaltersuf ferlng for nine months I cannot tell you how happy I feel but you will knowPeruna is the best medicine on earth liMy husband ii now taking it and 1 will always keep Peruna in my house Peruna ii the best friend I ever had It cured me HARDINSBURQ Born to tho wife of Kimball Harman Oct G a girl Miss Mattye Reid after a visit to Mrs Marvin Beard returned to Glendeano Sunday Miss Lizzie Eskridge left last week for Cincinnati where she will study music at the Conservatory A It Kincheloe spent Friday and Saturday at West Point and LouisvilleCharles Oelzo has sold his farm lying on tho pike to Dennis Miller Ho will probably move to town John W Squires willshortly begin the erection of a dwelling on his lot on Fourth street Frank Allen Peako of Kings wood College gave a delightful lecture at tho Opera House Oct 2 A large audience heard him James Smith spent several days of last week at Owensboroattond ing tho Fair Prof Pilo will attend the State Commercial Convention to be held at Winchester this week He was appointed a delegate from this county by Judge Moorman He will read an address at the con vention upon the natural resources THE FAMOUS LE ROY PLOWS- are the best selling Plows because they are the BEST Plows that can be built 11 ado by a strong Company not In a trust Tested DRAWeASYparts are CHILLED Iron and wear longer than most makes Made by Le Roy Plow Lo Roy N Y Sold by CoI WITH A- COMPLICATION OF America Is the Land of Nervous Women The majority of women are nervous because they suffer from some form of pelvlo catarrh The greatest obstacle in tho way of re covery is that they do not understand that catarrh Is the main source of their IllnessWomen who are in doubt as to their ailments should write to Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio who will give their letters prompt attention without charge IcountyI of Union Star is visiting Mr and Mrs Percy Beard Eli Storms of McDaniels who has been here under the treatment of Drs AM and JE Kincheloe returned home Monday Thos J Attinson marshal of Irvington brought Will Bradley colored here today and lodged him in jail Bradley is tho negro who killed John Starks also colored Saturday night last on tho Ernest Henderson farm at Basin Spiings Mr John Owen and wife of Glendeane were the guests of MondayCharles was in the city Monday on a busi ness trip- Misses Margaret and Isabel Gardiner of Madisonville have returned home after a visit to their grandmother Mrs R G Gardin era TCIXBnthis1ha Kind You Hate Always Bought 3uiuze PELVIC DISEASES Miss Anna McGinn 161 Plain street Providence R I writes I wish to let you know of tho good your medicine has done for me I had what the doctors called heart trouble I had been doctoring for a year before I tried your Peruna IIJ got a bottle of your Peruna and after a weeks use of It I began to feel bettor I could not eat sleep or wrfrlc but 1 have at last found that the mVll cine that will cure me Ii Feruna i Public Speaking N B Hayes candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor will address the voters of Brcckenridgo count in Hardins burg on next Friday October 12 Preveutics as the name implies pre ents all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsone candy tab lets Preventics dissipate all colds quiCklyand taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by Severs Drug Co Left Thursday Mr Eugene Haynes loft last Thursday night for DurantIndian Territory whore he has located permanently His family will follow in a few daysPARKER HAIR BALSAM Cltictci tad btouunlee the 1 powthNever ColorrCuuttUSfOcind i I ffiBJm1 I Notice To IIII TAXPAYERSUnder I be added to all unpaid taxes on November 1st 1906 tiSlTho new law is very stringent and I hope each Tax Iti Payer will make prompt payment You will find me at my rw office in the rear of the Clovorport Bank IIICHAS MAY SR C T Ce l f ItR tRiMmlJIMI9fMlID I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic j HalfbottlesPayEackxea Jt tv iL r LarrP c r r t frSc rat I osIiTi IT