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TlL T l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IIVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1906 8 Pages NO 14 II L I II I 1 t d t a d Jlc l e If 3 n Is st kIre J r s va itn itd IIIP P 1a MURDER CASEON L Alleged Slayers of John ACoke Facing Jury at Hardinsburg This Week Hardinsburg Ky Oct 16 Special The trial of John H lark Neal Holland and Frank Vhitworth charged with I urder of John A Coke was theII ored into at noon Monday I ieSirense did not move for separateI rials so all of the defandants ar jeing tried together The jury iis nade up of the following gentle i non Dudley Gilpin Allen Newby T L Ball John Avitt Taylor Dowell Abel Gillingwater Samuel dkisson Oliver Shellman Lon Rhodes Tom Butler S C Dowell nd Cal Hendricks Itlwas secur ed without a great deal of diffi ulty There are more than eighty witnesses and the trial will proba bly last well into the fourth day heevidencelbeingadducedagains ti the defendants is wholly circum stantial Mercer Horcor and tWoS Proctor are the attorney- for i the defendants and aiurra fe Murray are assisting common wealths Attorney J R Layma- and county attorney Gus Brown i the prosecution of the alleged criminals ROMANCE IN REAL LIF Owensboro Woman Remarried jJJnder Most Siugular Cir cumstances Owensboro Ky Oct 1GFo the second time during the past year Mra Neoma Castlen and Edward Kelly were united iin marriage The Fecond marriage was made necessary from the fact that Mrs Castlens husband Si mon Castlen for whom she had worn widows weeds and ihourned as dead suddenly returned to Owensboro which invalidated her marriage with Kelly She thought her first husband was killed in a saidhatIto remain away from Owensboro Ilis sudden return caused a suit tor the payment of a 2000 policy ion his lifeinfavorof the widow to be dismissed After the divorce from Castlen was securedshe waited twentyfour hours before Remarrying imon Castlen four years ago i f Owensboro his wife and three children He went to Texas He did not return and when a wreck Occurred at Spottsville a man ro embling him was found dead in the smashup As nothing was lard from Castlen the body was ought to be his and after being wuried some time it was exhumed- d identified by his wife andre tives Club Organized t Last Wednesday afternoon at e home of Misses Anne and Edna rboe a club was organized by following young ladies Miss f Kathrine Moorman Cleona Teathorholt Margaret Moorman ula Severs Margaret Burn lice id Mattie Willis The club will et every Wednesday afternoon om 230 to 5 oclock Miss Jleona Weatherholt will iitertain the members this afterI Don Misses Grace Plank andI X uise Babbage will join the club Nta early date- Fordsvllle i I Couple Wed ldas Ethel Johnson and Mr rvie Wells of Fprdsville wore married at the home of the bride on Triplett street by Rev W D Nowlin at 830 oclock Wednes day evening airs Wells is a daughter of sir and Mrs W M Johnson and is a beautiful and ac complished young woman Mr Wells is a son of Mr J E Yells of Fordsville and is a popular young farmer of that place They left on the 9 oclock Illinois Central train for Fordsville where they will reside Owensboro Messenger Good Prices For Stock Wm Adkinson bought of A J Gross one two year old colt andI WeE Minor one four months old fur 60 GEN N B HAYES Delivers Speech at Hardinsbur Last Friday in Interest of His Candidacy Hardinsburg Ky Oct 15 Special Generall N B Hayescan didate before the Demoorati primary for the nomination for audiencescourtyhouse last Friday afternoon He bny rcferrn ed to him as his old friend Gen Hayes the next Governor of Kentucky Mr Hayes went after thaEt a dishonest grafter was neither a Republican nor a Democrat and whether they called i the one or the other they looke alike to him Most of his speech was devoted to the capitol contract the printing contract and the large fees paid special attorneys employ ed by the Governor and the Auditor He said he had opposedi all the wrongs in connection withi these matters from the start The Republicans came in for their sharei of denunciation the General assert ing that they always plundered tho many for the favored few During the course of his speech he received considerable applause To say thei least his speech did not weakeni his cause in the country Senator McCreary is much stronger thani Hays and will probably poll twice as ninny votes as the Attornoy Generall FREE STREET FAIR Balloon Ascension and High Diving This street fair comes from Hawesville well recommended to Cloverport people Their shows are all clean moral and uptodate The Southern Georgia Minstrels Snake Show the Boar Womanand Her Little Babe and the Mer maid See Lenora A desperate slide for life a bloodcurdling feat of a lady suspended 300 feet in the air by the hair of her head AGAIN A SOLDIER Thomas Wine Reenlists With Uncle Sams Army Thomas Wine who has spent seven years as a soldier in Uncle Sams army and who receivedan honorable discharge on last Feb ruary has again taken up army life He reenlisted last Thurs day at the recruiting station in Owensboro During the several years that Mr Wine served in the army he traveled over a greater portion of the globe and was in the battle of Mt Daroagainst the Moros It is thought that ho will be stationed at Salt Lake City DEATH OF SAM JONES Noted Evangelist Succumbs to Heart Failure On Train In rArkansas Little Rock Ark Oct 16The Rev Sam P Jones the well known evangelist of Cartersville Ga died early today of heart failure in a sleeping car on train No 4 of the Rock Island railroad near Perry Ark Mr Jones had been conducting a most successful revival at Okla homa City I Tand left there last night for his home in Georgia He desired to attend a family reunion tomorrow it being the fiftyninth airsgJones and his daughters Mrs Annie Pyron and Miss Julia Jones were with him when he passed away Mr Jones arose from his berth in the sleeper about 5 oclock this morning and complained of sick ness in his stomach He drank a glass of hot water and immediately afterwardcollapsed The Rev Walter Holcomb who has been associated with Mr Jones for a number of years took the dying man in his arms and in a few minutes the evangelist breath ed his last The body has been embalmed and was shipped to Cartersville this afternoon where interment will be IRVINGTONd General Round Up of Local and Personal News of the Hust ling Little City Miss Mary Alexandra returned to Louisville Sunday after being the guest of Mrs Nannie Henderson W J Piggott D C Heron and Geo Drury will attend the Masonic Lodge this week in Louisville Mr Evan Pusy and wife arriued Sunday from Chicago to attend the wedding of Mrs Pusys sister Miss Ermine Munford to Mr Charlie IT McMullan Rep E II Shelman lost a very fine horse near Union Star The horse became frightened a barrel rolling down a hill and broke loose and ran off and when he was found he had broken his neck Mrs Forrester Van Motor nee Dollie Claycomb of Louisville is the guest of hr parents for an indefinite visit Mrs C L Chamberlain left Friday for Tip Top where she expects to visit her mother Mrs BrandenburgRegular were held at the Baptist Church on last Sunday morning and evening by Rev W H Thompson His subject for the morning was Christs second coming and the evening the First Resurrection A good sizedcongregation was in atten dance both times and heard excel lent sermons Mrs Nora Board and children spent severall days in Hardinsburg the guests of Mrs Charlie Beard Mrs A B Mo Glothlan was in the city Sunday the guest of Miss B Ada Drury Mr John Lewis Henry and wife celebrated their golden wedding last Tuesday at their beautiful residence on Oak St There was a lar attendance and everybody reported fine time Mr C C Smith is having his house on Maple St painted a gray with white trimmings It is quite grotty and is an addition to our townMiss Emma Lou Moorman ofII I Glendeane was a visitor of Dr C K Dempster and wife last week Rev B F Wilson and family have moved into the newly furnish ed parsonage on Walnut St Rev Wilson will preach his first sermon on next Sunday at the Methodist church Mrs Delia Galloway left for Louisville Monday after a short visit to her son John Galloway Mrs Pomb McCoy the artistic milliner has on hands a large stock of goods all stylish and up to date Mrs L B Moorman and sotj Louis Bennett and Mrs KaJl Bennett spent Thursday in Louisville shopping II H Kemper spent a few days at Big Springs last week visiting Mrs Nannie Adkisson has re turned to Hardinsburg after a visit to her brother Sam Payne and Mr Green Bandy and wife LOCATION FOR- TRAINING SCHOOL Church of United Brethren Has Representative Here Who Favors Cloverport The church of the United Brethren in Christ have determin ed upon building a training school for boys in this State and are now looking for a location RevC W Musgrove D D corresponding secretary of the Board of Home Missions was here last week in the interest of the project and says that while other towns have offer ed inducements he favors Clover port for a location and should the churchmeet with the proper encouragement from the citizens this city will be given the pref erence Rev Musgrove is pastor of the church of that faith at Pates rifle TRIAL SET FOR TODAY Henry Clater Negro Must Face Serious Charge in Circuit Court The trial of Henry Clater the negro charged with eloping to Chicago III with Edna Gardner a white girl of Irvington has been set for today in the circuit court at Hardinsburg The negro was brought to Hardinsburg from Louisville Monday evening and lodged in jail at that place to await trialWhile the trial is set for today the probability is that it willnot be reached for several days HURT IN RUNAWAY Arad Leaf Prominent Farmer of Tobinsport Ind Suffers Severe Injury Mr Arad Leat a prominent farmer of Tobinsport Indsuf fered severe injury Monday in a runaway accident His collar bone was broken and ho was otherwise injured but it is not thought dan gerouslyMr was driving a team of horses to a road wagon when the accident occurred The animals became frightened and Mr Leaf losing control of them they ran some distance throwing him violently to the ground with the above serious results I House Party Mrs James Lewis is hostess to a house party this week Her guests are Misses Daisy Dean and Miss Emma D Moorman of GlendeanCjMiss Beulah DoHavon of Mildwood Miss Pauline Moor man of Texas Miss Reba Lewis FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED Col Reuben Rowland Dies Sud denly at Ills Home in Paducah A telegram received Sunday bv Capt J II Rowland of this city announced the death of his brother Col Reuben Rowlandof Paducah Col Rowland was found dead in bedabout 8 oclock Sunday morning by his wife and it is presum ed that he died about 3 oclock that morning He had been com plaining of feeling indisposed for several days but when he retired the night preceding his death he was as well as usual Apoplexy is ascribed as the immediate cause of his death The funeral was conducted at the home of the de ceased in Paducah yesterday morn ing at 10 oclock Col Rowland was well known in Cloverport having frequently visited here Only a few weeks ago he paid a visit to his brother here He was a Colonel in the Confederate army Capt Rowland left for Paducah Sunday nightto attend the funeral of his brother GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Home of Air and Mrs John L Henry of Irvington Scene of Pleasant Family Reunion Irvington KyThe home of Mr and Mrs Jno L Henry of Irvington was the scene of gayety and mirth on the 9th inst that being the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage celebrated by the home coming of all the children and grand children of which there was a spread of twentytwo plates Mr Jno L Henry and Miss Nancy B Shain were married Oct 9th 1856 at the ages of twentytwo and sixteen re spectively To them were born five childrenMrs Alice Lyddan age forty eight Mrs Jane Kendall age forty six Mrs Rhoda Anderson age forty four David S Henry age fortytwo and Mrs Nellia Roberts thirtyfive Mr and Mrs Henry look as though they will enjoy their Diamond wedding as well They both arc natives of Meado county and now reside within five miles of their birth places Up to three years ago Mr Henry had led an active life of farming and was credited with being the most progressive farmer of his com munity Three years ago he sold his palatial country home retiring to a life of ease enjoying the harvest gathered by his many years of toil In speaking of the charges of the past fifty years he stated that when married he moved his bride and all belongings to their new home which was on a leased farm on a sled with one horse The light used first year was an iron lid of a teakettle turned upside down to hold the grease with a rag wick and the farmer that Was the owner of an iron moulboard plow was considered the wealthiest and most progressive of all ACCOAIPLISHEDMUCH GOOD A new era in the advancement of Kentuckys resources is believed to have been begun t y the fifth State Develop ment convention which completed its work at Winchester last Friday night Oct 12th Much work of importance was accomplished in addition to the formation of a permanent organization and other work given an impetus which will bring it through to a successful ending Owensboro may be chosen as the next meeting place an invitation being expected when the Executive Committee meets within a few days A politician overtrains faster than a prize fighter People like to be flattered even when they know it isnt meant AMATTERDFHEALTH iiOYAiA11NU I POWDER Absolutely Pure A Croam of Tartar Powder froo from alum or phos phatlo acid HAS NO SUBSTITUTE PERRY COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE Will be Held in Tobinsport Ind November 15 and 16 The Perry County Farmers Institute will meet in Tobinsport Ind on Thursday and Friday November 15 and 10 An interesting program is being arranged which will be of great benefit to the farmers who attend the meeting Besides talks from the best local talent speakers of State rep utation are expected to be in attendance A special state in stitute instructor will be present A cordial invitation to attend is extended to everybody A special welcome to Breckenridge county farmers has been extended by the chairman James England and the secretary Thos Graves Ample provisions will be made for the entertainment of all who attend Race For Life Won By Former Kentuckian Mt Sterling Ky Oct l2News has been received here of a race for life between a train carrying Andrew Fesler and appendicitis which had fastened its death hold upon him Fesler won but had a close cull He was suddenly stricken with appendicitis at Ely Nevada and physicians hastily summoned said an operation must be performed or death would ensue A special train was gotten and the race for life was started to a hospital in Salt Lake City Utah eleven hundred miles away The operation was performed just in the nick of time and Fcslors life was saved He was born and reared in this city and is well known in Central Kentucky young Fesler gained a unique dis tinction by going to the hold fields at Gold Fields Nevada and start ing on a five dollarbill and making a fortune of 100000- WHEELERDUNCAN Wedding of Former Cloverport Boy to Indiana Young Lady October 23 Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Mr Dan Dun can of Louisville a former Cloverport boy to Miss Bernice Wheeler of Har din Grove Ind The wedding will take place at the home of the parents of the bridetobe on Tuesday October 23 The prospective bride groom is the son of Mr and Mrs H V Duncan of this city but has been residing in Owens boro for some time Recently he removed to Louisville where he holds a responsible position with the American Grocery Co The bride elect has many friends in Cloverport having visited friends here and is a young lady of rare culture and refinement A fool can have more fun with a dol lar than a rich man can have with twenty Thats the reason hes a fool I I 1 + l I i s w I of I i I eta JL i h I- w 2 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYt OCTOBER 17 1906 I 6- fw f 4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS V G BABBAGECloverport Ky J S WORTHAM Leltchfleld Ky BABBAGE WORTHAM Attorneys at Law Business in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg especially solicited J Wortham will be in attend ance at the Circuit Court at Hard at each term in February Mayj and October H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Lax- NARDINSBURO KY W1ll practlco his profession In all of th Courts of nrecworldlto and adjoining COUD ties Special attention given to colloctlniIi road cases nod criminal practice License Ur p In United States District CourtsOnce Civet Bank of llardlnsburg StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteedodorato prices Ex pert tailors employed- J II HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CoeI- NOORPORAaD Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans vine I Steamers t Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednei day Friday and Saturday 4pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenge tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than b rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville Jl7t Clovorport to Evansville lyr Cloverport to Oweusboro 71 Splendid accommodations for Btocl General Office 15415GI5S 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Snpt ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R 38 Louisville to California Sept 15 10 October 31 1906 Dally Excursion Rates to Hit Springs Ark Kxtrvuiely low round trip LOUISIANAItKASASA OKItllOrlAthIrdlllaclaysexcursion6ileepersMM and Tex wFull Particularshad addressing V W IIAHLOW n V A Louisville Sour StomachNo nsrvsst new headache constipation bad bruit general debility sour risings and catanl of the stomach are all due to Indlgeatlti Kodol cures Indigestion This new dliott ery represents the natural Juices of dig tlon as they exist In a healthy stemacl combined with the greatest known Uvte and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure Indlgeitlti and dyspepsia but this famous rem4f cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and ttrengthanlBf the mucous membranes lining the atomaek userIHIttodolfor baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Mottles only S 100 sir holdint 2U UamU psire which soil for SO ants rr r4 by It a OtWITT st OOM OHIOAN KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew ceFORJOLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK u THE OTHER SIDE The Father of Temperance Legislation in Ken tucky Writes a Letter to the Head of the AntiSaloon League Former Senator George T Farris one of the pioneers in tem perance legislation in Kentucky who has been identified with the movements for years has written an open letter to the Rev M B Adams president of the Anti Saloon League in answer to his letter to the Democratic candidates for State offices Senator Farris letter is directly addressed to the Rev M B Adams and rends as follows My Dear Sir My attention hav ing been called to your public letter addressed to the temperance people of Kentucky I beg as one of them to submit the following It cannot be denied that I have the right to speak as one of the temperance people this right be ing acquired by many years ofE hard labor and incessant effort puny years ago before either you or your recent recruit Gov Beckham had thought of enlisting 9t itn the temperance hosts I began my fight for the cause Iconsont cd to become the Police Judge ofr East Burnstadt Laurel county atG the cost of my own material wel fare and convenience in order to I tight the liquor traffic I thenI carried the war into the Kentucky Legislature and had enacted a law clothing police Judges and Magis trates with the power to summarily summon and examine witnesses iinl these matters this power belonging only to grand juries This law also allows private citizens to ap pear as prosecutors Believing I could accomplish more as a prosecutor than as a Judge I resignedl the office and after hard strugglesI succeeded in running blind tigers and whisky out of the town You mu4 remember that this was at a time when the people of the moun twins were different from what they are now I was threatened t abused and otherwise mistreatedl by the desperate characters who then infected portions of our moun tains Afterwards as Senator from the Eighteenth Senatorial dis trict 1 became the author and champion of the County Unit bills In 1H02 and 1904 I intro duied the treasures Against political and personal friends I waged incessant war fund had I then hat the assistance of the Governor the County Unit Bill would have passed When the present measure Ins up I left husi ness and family and was among the foremost of temperance workers i fought a rood fight and my efforts were not in vain Of my work for temperance I need not speak further My labors are public and can easily be ascer tained I have not thought it necessary to exploit what I have done for righteousnes and temperance foi any reason personal to myself Nor do complain of hardships or sacrifices nor do I pose as a martyr to the cause What I have done was for Gods sake and He will guide the results I have referred to my connection with the temperance cause only for the purpose of showing my right t speak as one of the temperance people You seem to complain of your expenditures and labors in the cause Do you believe that if you had suffered as you say ii- is it known to God and from Him alom must come your reward 1 Are you in the business for reImuneration or for the love of humanity and country Corning now to the matter iin hand I must say that I am sur prised that you seek to make our cause a political issue in the senatorial race Why not make iit an issue in the Governors race 1 The Governor of the State has great power for good or Ci1a senator none At least one of the candidates for Governor is a well I known temperance advocate I have not known of any appeal1 1of yours made to temperance people for votes for this candidate Arc you not hctuatcd little by some fancied grievance against Senator McCreary 1 Do you remember i the troublous times following Gov Goobels death how you abused the Democrats and how when prayer were needed and divine guidance sorely wanted you as servant of the lowly Nazareno re fused to invoke the guidance of God I Do you remember how you refused to pray for the Legisla ture because they espoused Goebels cause 1 I have often won dered what Christ would have done had He been in Frankforti and been asked to seek His FathersI guidance for that body of men Was not Gov BcckTiam the pre siding officer of the Senate in thisI Legislature until his elevation to the governorship Yet you re fused to pray for him What hasi he done since that he should be heralded as the great apostle of temperance und righteousness 1 Is not your espousal of Gov Beck hams cause duo less to the facti that he is worthy than it is to the fact that Gov McCreary wasJ the leader of the Democratic forces in 1900 and thus espoused the cause of the man whom yo hated Gov Goebel Have you over liked Senator McCreary since the day he bared his breast t glittering steel and headed the Democratic forces battling for what they deemed their rights 1 Have you ever liked him since that day when calling the dismay ed hosts together risking the as sassins bullet he gave them advice andspoke words of encourage meat and thud saved the State from greater disgrace andmore fearful bloodshed 1 Do you ad vise as a Democrat as a friend t Democratic principles If so have you my brother the password 1 Prehaps you advise as president of the AntiSaloon League Let us contrast the records of both menIn 1898 Gov Beckham was Speaker of the House A County Unit Bill was introduced What became of it Do you not re member the scathing denunciation made by your predecessor Dr Kerfoot against the Speaker for his opposition to this bill Do you want that denunciation republish cd Dr Kerfoot says he was against the measure in 1898 Do you deny it 1 In 1902 and 1904 1 know so do you that Gov Beck ham did nothing whatever toward assisting the passage of the tem perance measures but rather hin dered their passage In 1906 do you not know that at no time did he assist in or consent to the pass age of the County Unit Billas originally drawn and presented but opposed it until the four first class cities were exempted thus giving a measure of doubtful con stitutionality nndof still more doubtful usefulness At no time was he willing to support the bill as its friends had drawn it It couldonot get such a bill through but to those who know the power wield ed by him over the Legislature such a statement will have but little weight As u matter of fact Gov Beckham only agreed to the bill after I had told him that his assistance would be a leverage in his hands whereby ho might defeat one of my best friends Do you not remember telling mo that my talk had had the desired effect with the Gov ernor What talk Why the talk of the leverage of course Gov Beckham is posing today as the apostle of temperance not be cause ho is in favor of it but be cause of the leverage Ilefor me to a single message of the Gov ernor in which ho advised the passage of a local option measure You speak of the Governor as being in all things temperate and sober Do you not know that ho has not alway been so Do you not know that his past untilat least very recently if at all has not been a guarantee of his future Du you not know that in the past he has not led a life that could in spire much hope in the breasts of the temperance people Since when has this great change been wrought As the primary draws near Over six years ago he be thisnprimary drew near did he think it proper to enforce the Sunday law It took him six years to find that it was his duty to enforce the hoursaafter November G for him light ningchange artist as ho is to for get it Senator McCreary asked Gov Beckham some time ago the question if he Beckham had not received financial aid from the liquor interests in his past races To this good day no answer has been made public If Gov Beck ham was their friend and ally a short time ago and if he received help from themwill he not return to his first love at any time his political exigencies may demands 1- i not Gods Sabbath as holy in Covington and Newport as in Louisville 1 The lid is not oli in either place What surety have we that this sudden change of front iis real and lasting In 1873 Senator McCreary was Speaker of the House In that year a local option law was first enacted McCreary was one of its thatutime his whole public and private life has been for righteousness actsohe has shown that he can be count ed on the right side Whether as n private citizen whether as a Legislator Governor Congressman Senator as a husband as a lawyer as member of that quaint old Presbyterian church at Rich mond he has ever shown how ho stands Ho has ever displayed those characteristics which make I assurance double sure that in the beotrue to his God his country and true to himself and his early train ing Senator McCreary has again andagain denied that he has ever now or at any time receivedaid from the liquor interests an d surely no one will doubt the state ment Surely not many will bid him nay when he asks for an in dorsement of his course An in dorsement for a second term not basedon any sudden change of front but on a whole life of sobriety and duty An indorse melt ofa wellspent life tilled with memories of duty well done toward his God and his country Let the voters take the recordof both men which can be easily ob tamed and decide from that which of the two gives more promise of keeping the faith You no doubt remember the story of the Apostle Paul as so beautifully told in Holy Writ how after fighting the churches in Judea and on his way to Damascus to continue his persecutions he saw a great light and how God in His infinite mercy culled him to a nobler life You willalso remember that God did not see fit to immediately put Paul into service but sent him to study three years where undisturbed he might ponder well upon the mighty change that was to take place If Gov Beckham is changed if he is sincere in his now role let him have time to prove and give evi dence of the faith that is in him It is so anomalous that the temper ance people should be asked to cast their vote against the man who by examble and precept has been their consistent friend that I feel constrained to speak Espe cially is this strange in view of the fact that never before have they withheld their indorsement askingforsome of them have not been as firm in their stand for temperance as has Senator McCreary Yours etc GEORGE T FAIIIUS Lancaster Ky Sept 25 1906 For Emergencies at Home For the Stock on the Farm Slo 1LiMnert Is whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 100 Send For Free Booklet on HorsesCdtleHogs Poultry Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass o nn n A GRAND PREMIUM OFFER FOR NINETY DAYS ONLY We have been successful in closing a special contract with TilE CONSOLIDATED FOUNTAIN PEN Co of Brooklyn N Y whereby we can supply a guaranteed SOLID GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN- a The Celtric Model I To every subscriber 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 for werded immediately upon receipt of the money A Description of the Pen The pen Is solid gold Hie 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 cut uA Fountain Pen Is a Necessity of the Twentieth Century The Egyptians used a split reed our grandfathers penButA Fountain Pen t that dispenses with the inconvenient inkstand that does not cOtrode and that is always ready for use Bears the manufacturers guarantee that the pen Is solid GOLD 14k fine If it does not prove satisfactory in every way we will exchange it for another or return the fifty cents additional on return of the pen This is an unusual opportunity to secure at a very low price an article of superior quality that is coming to be ersential to the comfort and convenience of every one who writes Remember That the Offer Is For Ninety Days Only The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky ee ASHEVILLE HENDERSONVILLE BREVARD LAKE TOXAWAY AND HOT SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA I Center of the Beautiful LAND OF THE SKY 1 AND- SAPPHIRE COUNTRY- A natural paradise where human ills find quick relief reached direct by the I RailwayklowestJII seaXj Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official Government record of the climate of Western North Carolina which is unimpeachable evidence gives the following average Spring 5349 F Summer 7072 Autumn 5348 F Winter 3887 F With a mean for FIwhole year of 5415 F and a mean relative humidity of but per cent For land of the sky booklet summer resort folder etc sendI2cent stamp to i C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY J F LOGAN Trav Pass Aft LEXINGTON KY J C BEAM Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUISI In a speech on the race question at Lagrange Ga Gov elect Hoke Smith said that but for the Four teenth amendment negroes would be restricted in Georgia as are the Indians by the National Govern ment He advocated stricter vag rancy laws and said the blacks should be taught that honest labor on their part is more important than knowledge acquired from books rt A GUARANTEED CURB FOR PILES PHIDruglstsInaDays ti 1 e 1jj c i I h THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 17 1906 3 I I i l Ir r t t ii i ii i J I t I I l i I I I 1H j r itt n r r y 14 Lo A WEEKS HAPPENINGSI ELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THISI ljAND ADJOINING STATES M Effort Being Made to Get Immigrants to Settle In KentuckyBig Blaze at j a Louisville Woolen Mill Removal of Hinchman to Be Probed y Washington Oct 8How to divert towardproblediscussedof immigration by R 11 Hughes sec retary of the Business Mens club of Louisville As in other states a labor shortage has been experienced in the Blue Grass region particularly in the agricultural districts and not long ago the legslature appropriated 2000 to be expended in an effort to encourage a desirable class of immigrants to locate in the commonwealth Mr Hughes found that it will be difficult for him to get the aid of the department In furnishing a supply of aliens for his state The department indorses all proposed plans looking to a restric tlon of immigration and although willing enough to divert foreigners to Aerrltory which stands in need of their Services has but little machinery at its disposal to servo that purpose Father Kills Negro Paducah Ky Oct 9Ben Jones a young negro was shot to death near Vicksburg Livingston county by John Scott a farmer of that section Jones brutally assaulted a young daughter of Scotts and was chased down by the father and killed Scott is not likely to bo molested as the sympathy of the people Is with him In the past two months two other negroes were lynched in Livingston county for as saulting women It is declared that an Illicit distillery in the locality was the principal cause of the crimes Threat of Commissioner Lexington Ky Oct 8 Henry R Frewitt commissioner of insurance for Kentucky has sent a telegram to President Peabody of the Mutual Life Insurance of New York notifying him to appear at Frankfort and give an ac count of his action in discharging Col onel HIndman of Louisville as general agent of the Mutual for Tennessee and Kentucky intimating that if tole graphic report of his action Is correct the license of the Mutual to do busi ness in Kentucky will be revoked i Deadly Joke Hinton W Va Oct 10As the re lull of a Joke on his wife Charles Smith mayor of the little town of Brooklyn near here is believed to bo dying and Mrs Smith is also proba fatally wounded Smith had Ellily Medley dress up as a woman and call him out to the gate Mrs Smith maddened by jealousy shot her hue t band through the stomach and lung and then shot herself Warehouse Consumed Louisville Ky Oct SFlre in the warehouse of the Mayfield woolen mills did damage which J D Simpson the secretary and treasurer of the company estimates at 350000 It Is covered by insurance The loss Is al most entirely on finished garments Four hundred people are thrown out of employment temporarily The fire la thought to have originated from spontaneous combustion WOMEN WHO CHARM WEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL It Helps Women to Win and Hold Mens Admiration Respect and Love Womans greatest gift is the power to Inspire admiration respect and love There isa beauty in health which Is more attractive to men than mere regu larity of feature A1rJ CharFBrown J To be a successful wife to retain the lord and admiration of her husband studAtpainful or irregular periods head ache or backache secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and begin its use Mrs Chas F Brown Vice Presidont Mothers Club 21 Cedar Terrace Hot Springs Ark writes Dear Mrs Plnkham- FornanoyearsIdraggedthrongha miserable existence suffering with Inflammation and female weakness and worn out with pain and weariness Iono day noticed astate ment by a woman iTI was but who had boOn cured by Lydia EPinkhams Vt1 stable Compound andi I determined to try it At the end of three months I was a different woman Every ono remarked about it and my husband fell In love with mo nIl over again Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com thrrublewill mako every suffering woman well and happy as it has mef iit n who aro troubled with pain Irregular periods backache bloating or flatulence displacements inflammation orulceration that bear ingdown feeling dizziness faintness f Indigestion or nervous prostration may be restored to perfect health anti strength by taking Lydia E Pinkhams vegetable Compound Prisoners Escape Whltesburg Ky Oct SThree con vlcts Charles Lucas Harry Caudill and Hiram Callahan all serving two year sentences escaped from the county Jail by bursting the floor of the jail with some kind of explosive prob ably dymnntto Officers are scouring the country for them N W to Increase Stock Roanoke Va Oct 12Stockhold ers of the Norfolk Western railroad at their annual meeting here decided to issue 34000000 additional stock substanm asu nounced To Meet at Louisville Terre Haute Ind Oct 10 The synod of the German Reformed church of the northwestern section of the country adjourned in this city after selecting Louisville Ky as the next place of meeting Was a Confederate Congressman Frankfort Ky Oct 12 Vlrginlus Hendrlcks 75 a lawyer who was a member of the Confederate congress from Virginia died here Hendricks was an invalid many years Cocaine which dulls the nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The hear feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensation Ann the watery discharge from eyes and noses along with all the other miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell taste and hearing are restored breathing is normal Until you try this remedy you can form no idea of the good it will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 06 Warren Street New York I Feud Breaks Out Afresh Mayking Ky Oct 8 The HallI Martin factions have clashed again They met at a blind tiger resort on Beaver creek Upward of CO shots were fired at close range and it is re markable that when the smoke cleared up only one nan John Hall Jr of the Hall forces was dead One other man on the Hail silo was wounded Ex citement is high In that section 1rBroken Axle Chattanooga Tenn Oct 8 In a wreck on the Western Atlantic rail road near Dalton the northbound pas senger train was hurled from tho track by a broken axle on the engine The fireman Will A Hughes of At lanta was instantly killed and tho en glneer C A Bennett of Atlanta was badly injured The passengers were shaken up but none of them hurt Dr Beach Acquitted Vanceburg Ky Oct SDr Charles M Beach charged with the murder of H F Luman a mall carrier at Escii lapin Springs Aug 15 1905 was declared not guilty by a Jury The evi denco Indicated that the respondent shot Luman in selfdefense The trial excited marked Interest Piles quickly and positively cures with Dr Snoops Magic Ointment Its 4 made for Piles aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction Itch lug painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co Inventor of Barbed Wire Fence Chicago Oct 10Joseph H Gild den 93 Inventor of the barbed wire fence died at his home In Dekalb Ill Glidden obtained the idea of making barbed wire fencing from an exhibit made at a country fair 30 years ago by a man named Rose who drove some brads through a block which ho then stapled on a wire Glidden improved on this Idea and the barbed wire was the outcome Mute Murderer Mangled Jackson Miss Oct 9Charles Car raway the deaf mute who shot and killed Dr Preston Collins in the depot here several months ago and was ad Judged insane escaped from the asy lum When a search was made for Carrnway his dead body was found on the railroad track several miles from the city horribly mangled Woman Fatally Shot Glouster 0 Oct 11 Mrs Alex ander Kovats was shot and fatally wounded by John Popeley at Holllstor two miles west of here The trouble originated it is charged when Pope ley called at Mrs Kovats where his wife from whom he had parted some weeks ago was living and started to I abuso his wife Popeley disappeared Dowles Concession Canceled Mexico City Oct 12John Alexan der Dowie no longer holds title to theII 10000 acre concession from the Mexican government Tho government of fered the lands on easy payments at 10 per acre but the terms of the compact have not been complied with by followers of Zion and the govern ment declared concession forfeited Theft Admitted Bridgeport Conn Oct 11 George W Cornwell charged with stealing from Mrs Johanna Lumpkln bonds and Jewels amounting to 11000 pleaded guilty Cornwells action fol lowed a detailed statement of Judge Edward K Nicholson as to his con nection with the case while actjag as counsel for Mrs Lumpkln Unwilling Witness Shot Groveton Tex Oct 12F R Nia rer a private detective was shot as he stood on tho steps of tho court house after testifying against cortals Trinity county people He was brought hero by the sheriff as an attached wit ness STEPHENSPORT Deferred from last week Miss Blanche Bellof St Louis is the guest of her uncleScott Bell Mrs G W Payne and daughter were in Louisville last week pur chasing millinery goods Mrs S B Snhoop has returned from Louisville Prof Wood of HodgenviJJe was at the Conn house several days last week Mrs Jane Brooks left last week for Mt Carmi 111 to visit relatives Krvin Richardson of Garfield and Paul Compton and Mr Whit worthof Hadinsburg were in town Sunday Will Gardner of Garfield visit ed his father hero last week Mrs Ed Atkinson and son have returned home Scott Bell has moved into the Sam Gilbert property Mrs L B Helm is expected home soon If you want a stylish and pretty hat for the little tots the young ladies or the old maids just call on Mrs B Schopp or Mrs G W PayneMiss Pauline Moorman is to give an entertainment tho near future 10m town is coming to the front in the way of business Every body busy The merchants are doing a fine business the barrel factory is rushed the livery trade is good and also the hotels in fact everything is on a boom and old Stephensport has awakened out of her Rip Vanwinkle napI Mrs E II Miller is improving some We will be glad to see her out again Fortune knocks often at the door of the man who continually keeps his name in tho advertising columns ofRny recognized medium CAsXonXABUll You Haia Alwajs BoB hl alrlu ot t thet21I JItfZ RESCINDEDTHE RULE The Democratic State Executive Committee rescinded the rule re quiring voters to state that theyI had voted for a Democratic candi date for Congress in the regular election on the same day before they can vote in the primary The action followed the filing ofI a suit at Bowling Green attacking the validity of the call on the ground that the rule destroys the secret ballot system To draw the fire ont of a burn heal j H cut without leaving a scar or to care boils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use DeWitts Witch Hazel Halve A specifio for piles let the genuine Sold by all druggistsGilmoreSkiliman Mrs Sue Gilmore announces the en gagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Mary Blair Woodford Gilmore to James R Skillman of Owensboro but formerly of Cloverport The date of the wedding has not been fixed Miss Gilmore is one of Owens boros most popular young ladies and is loved by a host of friends Mr Skill man is a promising young lawyer of this city and Is connected with the L H St L railroad as claim agent Deafness Cannot Be Crued reachthoonlyonoconlbyanIsInlamedperfect hearing and when It Is entirely thoInlammatlon hearlIIwillnothIngbutsurfaces nnycasoOuroSendOSold1 Take Hulls Family iUla for constipation L N Indictments Nashville Tenn Oct HTho fed oral grand Jury returned three sop arato indictments against tho Louis vlllo Naehvlllo Railroad company charging violation of the act making it a misdemeanor for a common car nor to threaten or discriminate against any employe who Is in the train service of such common carrier because of having Joined a labor organization or corporation The Order of Railroad Telegraphers It Is under stood furnished evidence on which the indictments are based R INSTITUTEECHOES Hardinsburg Ky Tbe wisdom of employing two thoroughly competent institute in structors was exemplified here institute week when the best teachers gathering the county ever witnessed was held Dr Jno C Willis of Louisville a man of widespread reputation was the instructor in the advanced work lie gave some very helpful and inspiring addresses on teaching on health and on morals The tendency of the whole was to uplift and dignify the teaching professionMiss Wescott of Minneapolis a primary specialist did a work which captured every attentive teacher and every anxious parebt who heard it She puts a sunlight and a gentleness into teaching that makes the early school lite a fairy story of pleasuresome thing that will lead by pleasant paths the child into the beautiful realms of knowledge educating heart and band and preparing for perfect living while growing to hale substantial manhood and womanhood An excellent attention characterized the meetings andR growing interest manifested itself from day today Trustees and Patrons day was well attended Stirring addresses were made by teachers lawyers and by those who occupy the pulpit Trusteesjand private citizens spoke and all were aroused The universal sentiment WitS for better schools and a full attendance en forcing the law if necessary to secure it The law will be enforced Prof H H Cherry of Bowling Green gave a rousing address on the educational conditions and the awaken ing in Kentucky Prof Peake of Kingswood in song and recitation entertained the teachers and was warmly welcomed as were the other Kingswood people who had time to come in for n part of the week Supt M O Wiufrey of Middlesboro was present and addressed the people on Thursday night lifter which a banquet was given by the young men of the instituteResolutions ot sympathy were passed expressing the universal feeling of sorrow at the death of Master Elliott the son of Prof Andrew Driskell one of the leading members of the insti tuteResolutions were passed endor ing the forward movement for better educa tional things and calling for some changes in the school syste n The teachers presented Supt Pile with an elegant watch fob Prof Joe Trent in nn eloquent presentation speech tendering it at the closing moments of the meeting Upon motion of Prof Jno P King there was a unanimous vote calling for the return of Dr Willis and Miss Wes cottThere were 10s teachers in attendance each of whom is capable of doing better work this week- Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the peo pIe we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will cure Cold in the Head Hay Fever anti the most advanced and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membranes Cleansing soothing and healing One trial will con vince you of its healing power Price 50c All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren St New Yorc Railroad Crime In Oklahoma Railroad detectives at Chickasha searching for lost tools taken by shopmen found that one employe had hauled away n locomotive cab and attached it to his house for use as a kitchen Kansas City Star The ri- ClaimsSiisleioed ers UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS TIO Illhli hers of Webster international Dictionary HlleKOthat it 9Iis In fiitthojxipu lur rnulnldtfed thoroughly reeditedlln every dctnil and vastly enriched In every part with 1 ho purpose of adapting it to mitst tho larger und coverer requirements of another genera tine Wo are of tho opinion thnt tlia allegation most cluiirlv und accurately ikscrllws thin work that niu been aevnmplished fluid the result tlmthnslieeureiUJlieiU Tlio Dictionary us it now stands has been thoroughly rw fditedln every clutnll hns been cnriictcd In every part mid is admirably iuipto 1 to meet thin larger and severer requirements of u KPiierution which demands menu of popular philological knowledge than any generation lint tho world Imsover contained It Is perhaps needless to add that fro refer to tho dictionary in our judicial work in of tlio lushest authority in lucurury of dotlul tlon und that in lire futuroimliitliopastlt will be tho source of 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convince you that your best Interests lay In settling there The trip riot bo made at very little expense On the first and third Tuesdays of each month vou eats purchase a round trip ticket to way point on or via the Cotton llelt Route at very liw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locality you sire Interested Inl Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful country sad for full Information about cost of tickets etc L C BARRY T P A Cotton Belt Route 82 Todd Building Louisville Ky E1imTI Ct LEWIS SON Dealers in Watches Clocks Silverware Musical Instruments HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Nowhere in the county can be found a jewelry establishment more uptodate Fine Jewelry Silverware Hollow ware- Flatware Gold spectacles andall other grades of spectacles Fine Watches and Clocks beautiful and cheap Sewing Machine Needles to lit all machines Musical instruments and findingsBest and finest repairing of all timepieces McGUIRE Pass L II ST l TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 146 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at Howard on flail only arrives at Louisville 725 A ft No 142 Dally Mall and Kxprcss leaves Ok verport942 A M stops at nil way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p in Train No 144 Dally fust mall leaves Olo verport 4S p IB stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville r35 p m accommodation WEST BOUND accommodationleavesvilla 900 n in oxprOliIilelvesIlawesvllle Lewlsport Shade Owensboro Stanley Henderson und Evansville arrives St Louis 7 M p m Train No 143 Stall and Lx press dally ar rives Cloverport T40p m Evansville lObO p in Stops at all stations No U5datly St Louis fast train le v e Clo verport 11 ill P M arrives Rvansvllle 1 K A M St Louis 740 A M stops at lUwelTillt Owensboro und Henderson only Chair cars and 141 hetwew Louisville and Evansville Through slroplBg cars and reclining chair CArs on trains 1 4 aufl 14D between Louisville IUd St Louts Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 dally except ISunday waves l0rilsvlllo4SO n Arrives Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dally except Sunday Ileaves Iordsvlllo 320 pm arrives Irvington 530 p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fords vlllo630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsvllto 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 m arrives Fordsvlllo 25 p m r j I I I j i t C i T i y av7q T 4 THE bRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM OCTOBER 17 1906 J i J i J c 11 i iI 1W j fIj t i I i s J = I Ir t i f fele 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BARRAGE SONS PublUhlntr Co Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price fl00 a year or 1185 If paid at the end of year CARDS OK THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the iate of 5 tntt per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify as When ordering a change In the address subscribers should Rive their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1000 For Congress HON DEN JOHNSON HOX BEN JOJIJVSOJf The Hon Ben Johnson Demo cratic nominee for Congress in the Fourth District and concede- our next representative in the halls of Congress is a man whose character is worthy of emulation Personally he is a man of strong will power and strength of charac ter Though a total abstainer from all intoxicants his sympa thies have always been with his more unfortunate fellowmen and on more than one occasion he has shown in a substantial way his interest in the welfare of those whose weaknesses had brought them low Never courting but rather shunning notoriety for his noble deeds courageous unas suming and loyal his official life at the national capitol will reflect great credit upon his constituents and they in turn should honor aI mnn whoso life both publicly and privately has been a cleanI I one by givingi him the handsomest majority ever given a Congressman from this district Few men have figured so prom inent in any calling as had Sam P Jones the evangelist in the cause of religion and in his death the religious world has lost an im portant factor As to the extent of the good he accomplished opin ions vary that his influence for good was a power in the uplifting of fallen humanity none deny He had his faults likewise his virtues His language from the sacred pulpit few admired his sincerity and frankness allap plauded That he was instrumental in the saving of many souls that couldnot otherwise have been reached is beyond dispute The amount of good that Sam Jones did in this world cannot be estimated but that the Christian und the sinner alike have lost a true friend and the religious cause u most valuable worker all right thinking people agree The fight being made by lIon E A Gullion for the Democratic nomination for Superintendent o Public Instruction is worthy the support of those who are interested in the cause of education His untiring efforts in behalf of the schools in the State shouldcause hull to receive due consideration from the people As a teacher as a superintendent and whe serving in other responsible posi tions he has made himself conspic uous in every movement looking to the advancement of the educa tional interests To him much credit is due for the favorable legislation enacted by the Ken tucky legislature in recent years for the betterment of the schools The people should elect him to this ollice and thus give him a wider scope in the cause which hoj EO zealously espouses and which h isI oungIorI With the posdiim in the situ mon tree and the turkey in the coop what care we if the frostt is on the pumpkin and the fodders in the shock Ii politics isnt hl1 in Kentucky this year the devil is certainly out of his place A little touch of winter makes all the world chilly I5upentltlona of FIbermeB English herring fishermen life many of them remarkably superstitious For Instance on some fishing boats whis tuna Is forbidden and neither milk nor burned bread is allowed on board Furthermore not even the name of that unlucky animal the hare may bo mentioned and a common method of punishing an enemy Is to throw a dead bare Into his boat Some of the fisher men believe In luck attending an odd numbered crew but the good fortune may be neutralized should one of the number have red hair London Stand ard The Pendulum Honors are being stolen from most it the great men of former dnys Gal lid was said to have discovered the law of isochronisni of the pendulum while pursuing his studies at Visa in 15S1 Now we learn that the pendu um was used as a correct measure of Ime among the Arabs as far back as the year 1000 Great Combination Suitor I cannot boast of wealth but I have brains The members of my literary club will tell you that youd have the smartest debater In town for a soninlaw Father And I thatdfoud have the greatest lecturer In tho town for a motherinlaw MUtnken Jones Smith says that It Is the hills that make the echo BrownSo they do Jones And here Lv lived all these years thinking it was the holler New York Times- Snnkelewa HoneYJlloonI He musingly Adam and Eve lost paradise poor things She raptur puslyllut we found It didnt we J 3nrllngruck The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifymg or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of nil opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babe and it cures it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell it Severs Drag Co THE MARKETS CHICAGOCattle Fancy steers J6 7j 7 SO common to good steers 16 Oti t 25 cows 2 764 35 heifers J2 7J 6 26 bulls 42 404 25 stocker an feeders J2 264 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 4 76iff5 35 lambs J5 08ooyearlings J5 65G 0 CalvesH4 76fr5HORS Good to prime heavy H OS US medium to toad heavy J6 3596 55 roll to choice mixed JC 356 SO butcher weights S6 40ff6 65 rough heavy pack- Ing J6 OOiffe irt pics 5 506 25 Wheat No 2 red 73 io Corn No 2 45i 45 4c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Coed to choice export cattle 5 608 00 shipping steers S4 7C ff5 25 butcher cattle J4 759 5 25 heifers 3 254 75 fat cows J2 25- X14 00 bulls 2 50w4 00 milkers and springers J30 00060 00 Sheep and Iambs Good to choice yearllncs Jf Ofr C 50 wethers JS 761 00 ewes 54 GQ 6 25 sprlnB lambs 15 00S 00 Calvee Best 8 00S 35 Hogs Heavies ant mediums 6 907 00 Yorkers 36 i5fli 6 90 pigs 6 60ff6 65 roughs 5 6136 eo- stags 4 J5 00 PITTSDURQ Cattle Choice X6 6CR 5 90 prime JS 4536 60 tidy hutches U 656 00 heifers J2 6064 25 cows bulls and stags 12 0083 16 fresh cows 25 0060 00 Sheep and Lambs Prime wethers 5 50fi5 65 good mixed 56 299 5 40 lambs J4 507 75 HOSF Heavy hogs mediums and heavy Yorkers S6 95 37 00 light Yorkers 6 IB6 75 pigs JS 406 6- 0CLEVELANDCattle Prime dryfud JS 606 r0 heifers 2 594 25 fat cows J3 253 50 hulls J3 603 26 milkers and springers J12 0043 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs S7 07 75 weth ers 5 OOB5 25 mixed J4 504 75 ewea 14 505 00 Calves JS 00 down Hogs Yorkers mediums and heavies 6 7lt pigs J6 40 roughs J5 255 75 stags fCINCINNATIWheat No2 red 760 76Hc CornNo2 mixed 4S1449o Oat No 2 mixed 3636c Rye No 2 6ba Lard JS 0 Hulk tneats J9 00 Baoon J10 25 Hogs5 606 70 Cattle J2 OOO 5 40 Sheep J2 5004 78 Lambs J4 51 07 60 BOSTON Wool Ohio and Pennsylv f nla XX and above 34 334Hc X 310j1- No 1 4041c No2 380390 fine v washed 252640 delalne washed 8937o delalne unwaa ed 282 o K ntlfyw 3335LnCornNo 2 634c Oats Mixed 364 e TOLEDO Wheat 75c corn nor- eats 35c rye 64c cloverited Jt 36 We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from deI you begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it InleMI there U dally nitlon of tho bowel poUonotiH imxlurtii are absorbed causing head iile MhuimifH nauiea dyipfpita and time lirevttnUni this Snr a arllli rum doing Iti betwork Aver 1111 are liver pills Act gently all regulableMadeb7J C Aver CoLowellMa Also manufacturer of I HAIR VIGOR I CURE lJersAGUe PECTORAL We have no secrets I We publlh the formulae of all our medicines it I LIVE AND LET LIVE 1 I III II Mens Overcoats I Any kind Long Short and Medium I 5 to 1250 I Merxs I Suits InrgeWBBoys Suits and are prepared to fit you up in a way to give satisfaction W IMens Suits 500 to 16 I IBoys Suits 400 to 10 I IYouths Suits I 2to5 Cloaks Long Coats latest styles to 1400 Mens Shoesheadquarters Leather Leather Winters Ladies ShoesIWomens specialty Magnolia Family Hickory standby quality comfort Quality worthy consideration I apII MAXIMUM MINIMUM PRICES is motto let prove it to you Yours truly I B F BEARD CO Iii fSlj flim iFIRST TROOPS LAND Jncle Sams Soldiers Once More En camped In Cuba Havana Oct 8 Disarmament is finished except among some small forces In Santa Clara province Elsewhere the Island Is at peace Secretary Taft Assistant Secretary of State Bacon and General Funston are gratified at the situation and be lieve that the difficulties In Santa Clara will be overcome In a few days So confident are they that Taft and Bacon say they believe they will be able to start for home Satur day Taft will spend tho time after Tuesday familiarizing his successor Charles E Magoon with the situation The first landing of United States troops for occupation of Cuba was ac Sunday The troops aro all established under canvas in Camp Columbia General Funston established his headquarters at Marl anao convenient to this command Colonel Woller commanding the maII rines was ordered to report to GenII eral Funston and the entire force of j regulars and marines will bo under Funstons command until the arrival t Tuesday of General Bell who will direct I the distribution of the forcesII thoughout the island The troops are In good condition 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 an income for later years by connecting yourself with this splendid institution Experience tn 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 lug point in your business history which would finally put you on easy street Magoon at Havana Havana Oct 10 Charles E Ma goon the newly appointed provisional governor of Cuba and General Bell are rived hero Tuesday Mrs Taft and Mrs Bacon arrived on the same steamer the arrival of which was de layed 12 hours becauso of the belated arrival of tho train at Tampa Taft Bacon and Magoon had a long confer ence intho governors office Follow ing this conference Magoon received the members of the press He declined to discuss his plans for the future HAS STOOD THBTES1 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill ItisI cure DO pay BOc For Shoes of all we are Mens Storm King work Shoes 190 Mike 260 Hike High Top 350 Lined Pillar 300 High Top Lined Pillar 325 For cold and snows Star Brand and Nike 200 to 425These Are exceptionally toad values end give entire satisfaction I Shoes a Our at 125 and Our and at 175 are a that both and Our fine from 150 to our Queen at 300 are so well that they need no and Boys at rang ing from 100 to 250 are your us m about province Military Trials Washington Oct 8DurlnK the last fiscal year according to the annual report of the judge advocate general of tho army there were 4596 trials by general Of these 50 were officers 48 of whom 42 were convicted and eight ac quitted 14 offcers were dismissed by sentence In four cases the sentences were commuted to loss of rank In two cases resignations for the good of the service were accepted In lieu of con firming the sentences and in one case the sentence was disapproved About 50 per cent of the enlisted men convicted by general received sentences Involving dishonor able dschTro Preventics as the name implies pre tents all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventics are toothsome candy tab lets Preventics dissipate nil colds quickly and taken you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Preventics are aSIefIectuamended in C cent and 25 cent boxes b Severs Drug Man KlfTed Minenapolls Oct 8 William A Dowell a prominent local newspaperman was shot and killed by John Quirk because of attentions to the tatters Miss Bessie Squires Tho shooting occurred at the Quirk residence just as Dowell and the young woman were entering the house Quirk calmly awaited the are rival of the officers and was taken Into custody Dowell was taken to a hospital where he expired In a taw min utes Wandering Utes Washington Oct 10A telegram Indlalllar1tptromj the band of wandering Ute Indians absent from the reservation in Utah several months is beginning to disin tegrate Most of the Indians still refuse to return to their homes Child Suicide Owosso Mich Oct 9Bessle Ger ady 12 commuted suicide by taking poison in the presence of fouj of bar lIttlo schoolmates That the child should conceive and carry qut a Jil of suicide is attributed to the readllft of sensational novelssi O4T4D DAa Dm theTM Kind You line Alan fought lglIturo Af ot Ladies I and I 550 It kinds Honest Honest Honest Boots possess shoes known recommendationOur shoes commissioned courtmartlal earlywhon Co- Newspaper stepdaughter I famous prices I Wo I goods and selling them I Pair I ity unsurpassed money I our I complished courtmartlal stubbornly Jfaj BJ Washing Machine 750 There much difference between washing machines there in sewing machinesmore because housekeepers are familiar with sewing machines and you couldnt sella poor one at any price But they dont know washing machines well Ti K has steel ball bearing which makes easy running and almost noiseless The flywheel turns either right left and dasher reverses automatically turning the clothes forward and in machine 4 4Weare Agents for the 0 K Washing Machine McGlothlan Piggotta Irvington Ky Gigantic Railway EnTerprhse Chicago Oct 10Plnns on foot for the organization of a gigantic rail way equipment company the object of which will to take the place of private car companies in furnishing refrigerator livestock and other spe cial kinds of cars to tho railways ft is proposed to capitalize the projected company at 100000000 and it will be strictly a railway enterprise the stock being held by tho various rail way companies The plans for tho equipment company aro being worked out by J W Midgley of Chicago a car service expert The 1rlce or vanity What became of that life guard who had fortyone medals for saving peoples lives The poor fellow fell out a launch with them on and tho combined weight sank him Minneapolis Journal Must nave Been Smart Signora P1 had a dozen proposals before yours from smarter men than you too SIgnor PThey must have been How did they manage to crawl out of Caricaturlsta LE ROY PLOW win prizes whenever exhibited WoVan give testimonials from some of the best taaatttmere in Roydrawswork in conditions of soil than an other Plow used Made Le Roy Plow Cm Roy N Y They are for sale by CONRAD PAYNE 6 CO Clover rt IPants have a very extensive lino of fI these on hand tI are Ias 1low as 50IPer Ipickfor the QUANTITIES HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY fi I THE OK is as as is as e 0 the it so or the back tho are be of all all IULa all by Lo ert0M+tw Hello Central Give Me 193 Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meat V Always on hand Say give us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do not please you WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky Gc PARKE HAIR BALSAM dcuMi and txtutlflw the bsk growlsNever oilierOolorlrtaalp 1OolIiSIrorrDru Py u THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 17 1906 5u AN OLD ADAGE SAYSiA heavy cane r Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat of nine tenths of all dis- easeTufts Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system an solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute if LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Marion Bowmer has returned home from Chicago Mrs James Stites of Louisville WaRI here Tuesday Mrs J H Wills and Gency Wills have returned from Louisville Examine Shapinsky Bros line ofr UnderwearMr G R Cox of Union Star were here Monday All kinds roofing and Roof Paints at tCloverporttMiss Nellie Burks was here from Hol SaturdayMr Lewis is in Louisville this week on a business trip Everything in the millinery line at lowest prices at Polk Franks Mrs H L Stader went to Hawes ville Saturday Mrs James Younger has been ill for several days Get your roofing from Gregory Co Cloverport Mrs Chase Bahbage and son Henry will leave today for Louisville The Famous Fitrite suits the best for wear style and fit at Shapinsky Bros Proctor Keith will return to Eliza beth town this week For good bread try a sack of Lewis port flour for sale by J R Williams Corduroy pants 1 110t at Shaoinsky BrosHave you tried that Lewisport flour yet Every sack guarenteed you will find it at 0 Connells Cos Mrs T S Nicholas and daughter Louise spent Saturday and Sunday in HawesvilleJ and wife of Kirk were visiting the family of Mr Thos Lewis Monday and Tuesday See Polk Franks readymade skirts They are quite popular this seasonMrs Eugene Haynes and Miss Ruth Haynes were in Louisville Thursday and FridayMr and Mrs Wave Huff are here from Owensboro visiting Mr and Mrs Henry PatepMiss Celeste Sterrett retttrn d to Hawesville Friday after a short visit to MrsJ C Jarboe Mr and Mrs John Warfield arrived from Louisville last week and are at their country home near this place For the prettiest line of Ladles Hats in town and at prices most reasonable call on Mrs J M Cordrey Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Prof J P King leaves Friday to at tend the meeting of the Fourth Con gressional District Teachets Associa BONE FOOD Soft a crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eat the right food for growth Bones I I must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list righttreatment children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT Si BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street New York Co andLsot all Wa tion which convenes in Elizabtthtown Friday and Saturday If bread Is the staff of life make iitI good by using Lewisport flour You will find it at 0 Councils Mr C W Hamnaou and daughter are in Louisville this week on a visit to relativesRev left Monday for Adair ville to assist Rev Walker in a series o r revival meetings Miss Mamie DeHaven returned Mon day from Brandenburg after a visit toI Miss Mary Lin Ditto The News office is indebted to Mr W f Ashby for the gift of a sweet potato poundsdd little daughters have been here from Falls of Rough visiting relatives Conrad Sippels line of shoes is the best in town If you want good shoe go to the shoe man Thats my specialty Conrad Sipped Mrs J M Cordrey is carrying the prettiest line oflall millinery ever brought to Cloverport Best in quality cheapest in price Heliners Bettmann andCjs Eclipse brand of shoes comfortable stylish durable 350 and 100 at Conrad SippelsWhen you are in need of a quality of flour that will give you entire satisfaction m your bread and pastry cookiup Call for Lewisport Flcur at Weatherholts Our readytowear Gage hats have lust been received The ladies are in vited to call and inspectthemPolk Frank daught ter Miss Celeste of Bowling Greenwere here from Hawesville Friday visiting Mrs J C Jarboe and Mrs W H Bow merThe average attendance for the first month of the Cloverport graded school was 94 percent of the enrollment This Is the highest average yet made at any term Miss Louise Babbuge1 has returned hone from Sewauee Teun after a weeks visit to her brother John D Bahbage Jr Mr and Mrs Jasper Dyer returned home yesterday from West View where they have been visiting Mrs Thomas Duller and other relatives I Messrs John and Eugene Vest and their mother who formerly lived here have moved from Kansas City Aloeto Seattle Washington- Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer left Tuesday morning for Dallas Texas to be gone ten days During their visit they will go to Durant I T to see Mr and Mrs George Short Miss Clara Dyer who has been study ing musical Meridian CollegeMeridian Miss has now a position in that college as instructor of music Miss Dyer is the daughter of Mr Jasper Dyer of this placeMrs B F Orr of Henderson is here- In a visit to her brothers Messrs George and Kirk Weatherholt From here Mrs Orr will go to Allensville to live her husband Rev Orr having been assigned to the pastoral care of the Methodist church at that place Messrs C W Hammon and R A Elder are in Louisville this week attend tug the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons in annual session there Mr Hammon is representing the Cloverport Lodge No 138 F A Mand Mr Elder is a delegate from the R AchapI ter of this cityISTREET FAIRI Carnival Company Exhibiting In Cloverport This Week Cloverport is in the midst of a street Fair this week The carnivalcompany which exhibited in Hawesville last week is giving a four days exhibition in Clo i verport beginning today I The show grounds are located in th t vacant lot adjoining the Presbyterian church building on the east side of theII creekThe fair comes to Cloverport well recII commended The features that are given free being a high dive the balloon ascension and a slide for life i AmazingI I byLenorapleased and mystified thousands of people Dont fail to see her thec feature of the street Fair She comes to Uloverport well recom mendedcONLY FIFTEEN INDICTaMENTS RETURNED I The grand jury adjourned at Hardinsburg last Saturday after a weeks work Only fifteen indictments were returned the smallest f number in many terms of court In view of the fact that the jury labored zealously to apprehend all guilty parties it seems that Breckenridgo county people are on t their good behavior Mr 0 B Mattinsly of this city was fore man of the jury ISALVE FOR THE SLAP A Dos on the Ear find n fox With n Diamond Ornament The following anecdote was written autobiographically by Mine Feulllet wife of the famous French writer At the time of the Incident she was a young girl of seventeen living with her parents In a provincial town off which her father was mayor One day news carne that Louis Napoleon Intended passing through and would spend one night In the town As may arIrangefestivals to be given In the honor while It was agreed emperorsII daughter must present him quet at the ball to be given In the even lag Father and daughter were pleased enough hut one person In the mayors houHehold suffered acutely Mme Feull royalistsand to her the new Imperial dynasty appeared an Intolerable usurpation According to her daughter the ar rangements for Napoleons arrivalI pulled her two ways She was pleased that her daughter should have been chosen for prominence anxious that her bull dress should be the most be coming possible proud In her maternal Instincts and at the same time exasperated reluctant furious a royal re ceptlon should be given at all to a man she considered an upstart and an adventurer The day came and the fu ture Mute Fculllet with a string of other young girls dressed In white was placed along the line of procession When It passed everybody shouted and cheered and the girl carried away by the excitement on every side of her did the same Suddenly she felt a burning stinging sensation upon ono cheek and before she could realize what had happened she was being dragged back out of the crowd by her mother whose face was crimson and whose eyes were blazing with anger Then the girl understood Unable to bear her own daughter Joining the enemy and crying out Long live Napo leon she had publicly and furiously boxed her ears and was now dragging her ignominiously home like a child in disgraceThe spent the afternoon on her bed sobbing with the shock and tho shame of what had happened Tho great big bouquet for the evening stood In a Jug and perfumed her little bedroom her snowy ball dress lay spread over a chair She dressed final litoII ers In the ball room she made her little speech and presented her bouquet excitement returned to her Louis Napoleon took them she thought somewhat coldly and being very pretty as well as seventeen the girl felt chilled and a little inclined to go over to the political views of her mother But the next i morning as Louis Napoleon was stepping Into his carriage to leave he asked I that she might be sent for When she cane he thanked her again for tho beautiful bouquet of bright flowers she had given him the evening before though they had not been more bright than the lovely eyes above them and I lu return he begged her to accept a small remembrance of his pleasure and gratitude The carriage left and the girl opened the little case ho had put In her hands A beautiful diamond or nament lay on a surface of white vel vet Paris Annales The Story of a Hymn The following Is the story of how I the famous missionary hymn From Greenlands Icy Mountains came to be written as related by Hobers biographer George Smith It was Wblt sunday In the year 1810 Ills father in law the dean of St Asaph was vicar of Wrexham und arranged to preach the missionary sermon on the tiny appointed On the Saturday when preparing for the services the dean asked his son ln law to write something for them to sing In the morning The almost Immediate result was the composition as If by an InIxpiratlon of what Is still the greatest hymn In the chief missionary language of the race Retiring to a corner of I the room Heber at once wrote down the first three verses beginning From Greenlands Icy mountains when the dean called out What have you written Ileber read over the lines when the dean exclaimed There there that will do very well No replied tho poet the sense Is not complete and added tho fourth verse Ho wouldI havo gone on with a fifth but the dean was inexorable to his request Let me add another oh let me addIanother And the hymn was sung next morning In Wrexham church Hidden Jewel The quantity of turquoises that lie hidden In jewelry combined with other stones and with gold or by them selves Is so extensive la the clues of eastern Europa that It Is believed that more of them are bought by gem merchants In this way than are at presentI secured from the principal minesI This Is not strange however for not j only turquoises but other precious stones are known to exist In remark largo collections In Constantinople s well as In cities in Turkestan Per sia and communities of southeastern Europe They are hidden away In gin ter jars rugs old boxes and other receptacles of the household where the owner believes there Is little prospect of search being made for them Gem ollectors who have searched for stones In this part of tho world say that no ono can tell how many and what valuable specimens are thus hidden away to be brought to light when the owner Is absolutely forced to part with them through dire necessity Undoubt edly many a gem brought from tho fa mous mines of India Egypt and PerIila has been thus secreted Fe Magazine Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm4 cleanse soothes and heals the diseased membrane It CUM catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm It placed Into the nostrilsrpreadi over the membrane and Ili absorbed Relief U Im mediate and c cure follows It Is not drjlng doei not produce sneering Large Size 60 centa at Druggists or bj mill Trial Size 10 cent KLT BROTHERS M Warren Street New York 11 IDR1 fI ReDre8 t1n5rff1 i TAYLOR KEENE it2 DENTISTS r rOF OWENSBORO 1+ WWWill be In Cloverport on the 12th 13th and Hth ot each m month Dr Llghtfoots office 1 IJ Ywni be In Nardlnsburg on the 1 1 20th and 21st of each p Ji mont h Dr Incheloes offlc e A f 1 IiA Most Perplexing1i 4j Question f1 Good Complexionff I CREME I AnsweriJ Is The f Iib SEVERS DRUG CO II TIIWantStiu rWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week Fun SALETwo cows both given plenty milk John Wulsinbun ClovtTport Ky FOR SALE OK UE T- Fun SALE Oil RENTAlI farm of 40eacres mile and u half from Hiirdlnsburp preferredWrituTonI- TFaIt SALEGood second hand Coles hot blast hunter cheap Henry Glblis News olllce 1 CloverportKyMain Street Louisville Ky WANTED HUH TIMBER WANTED Hub timber For particulars untl prices address Iluwes 1lIIe Hub allll Mfjr Co Huwesvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE FOR SALE16Horse Tower Traction En Just rebuilt and practically as rood MtgCoICyIFOIL SALE Furms Adklsson Bros iti 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GENElt AL MANAGER 131 E Lake St Chicago FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MAItTIN GABLE SIB 3rd Street Louisville ICy Died The sevenmontlls old child of Sam Beavin of the Balltown- j vicinity died on last Saturday evening born Born to the wife of FredFerry on Sunday morning a girl At the homo of Mr Ferry these days everybody works but father and ho sits around grinning all day I t3- Q IMEET ME AT NOL- TESIhet I j ll Ready for Crimp B NEARIIJACK FROST IS I I Blankets and Comforts feel Fnightsiand can supply your needsIOuting Cloth Flannelettes Cantons Woolens and all win 1 er goods to keep you warm c1 Come to us for your wants J C Nolte Bro m Cloverport Ky g cat M c- r Cadick Milling Co You are that the should the you by you to try a of Its that the that never the that and + + 8 1 Nj J IYft I Black mare 7 years old in foal a good 1 W 1 Gray horse 8 years old jf 1 Three year old bay colt 1 a few mules to on thee m shares to the right m 1 Work mules sale on 1 I1 I = + r No Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have all kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing you were unablo to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Burn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US J Seaton Weatherholt Ky tr n n You Will Do bakingforanxious result be satisfactorya little better than ordinaryLet help urging sack GOLD DUST FLOURthe Flour pleases Flour fails Flour good livers provide enjoy MAKERS Grandview Ind FOR SALE CattleJ I oneIS yWe have yearling let man for timefp BEARD BROS KYIlWaiting Here Cloverpurt CADICKS I I A DOLLAR IN BANK is worth more to you than a dollar in your pocket because You Know it is safer You are not so liable to spend it needlesslyYou make it earn for you I per cent interest if you de posit it here for a given time Are not these excellent reasons why you should begin a deposit account with us Our efficient and obliging banking force is at your disposal BANK OF CLOVERPORTCloverport H m Un To Cure a Cold in One Day fa Cures Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets IlL 4onevery Seven MB ion boxes soH In past 12 months TlilS Signature lC lyVFL bcx25c t II 11- I 1F A I + y i I i 53 t 6 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 17 1906 I t 0 tl I r 1 t r 1 t i I ii i I J I Y BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important Events Occurring Both at Home and Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Ar ranged In This Column John Reese 65 found frozen to death at his home in Cleveland He lived alone E L Tyler former president Atlan ta West Point railroad died of paralysis at Anniston Ala Major J H Stine 65 historian of Army of the Potomac died suddenly Washington Clork in treasury de partmentG Barnett Co grain elevator at Barnett Ill burned with 30000 bushels of grain Loss 50000 insur ance 30000 Three men killed and dozen injured by explosion in Pennsylvania railway tunnol using constructed under East river at Now York Collision of two freight trains on Union Pacific near Laramie Wyo caused death of six trainmen Orders were misunderstood Stockyards at Columbia Tonn with 115 horses and mules 17000 bushels of wheat also hay oats and machin ery destroyed by fire Loss 57000 Tommy Shannon 33 noted book maker and turfman died suddenly at bis farm Hollywood near Lexington Ky- Charles Arthur was fatally shot at Hoffman I T by Dr O J Wright a physician Result of alleged atten tions of Arthur to Wrights wife United SpanishAmerican War Veterans elected Captain Hamilton Ward of Buffalo X Y commandorlnchiof Next encampment at Oklahoma City OklaIn a baseball gam enear Rolla Mo two young men named Clarke and McKee collided with terrific force while trying to catch a ball McKee being killed Miss Florence McDonald 26 a mem ber of the Blue Moon company was killed by falling out of a fourthstory window in the WindsorClifton hotel ChicagoTwo workmen were killed and five others Injured as the result of an ex plosion of a blast furnace In the plant of the Illinois Steel company In South Chicago 111 N R Hart 55 prominent lawyer of Stamford Conn shot himself- A driving snowstorm is sweeping the vicinity of Lacrosse Wis Three cases of yellow fever at Glen fuegos and United States marines were ordered away from that post Wall of Gilmore hotel recently burned at Ottawa Ont fell on passing streetcar crushing It Three passen cers badly injured Mrs Jefferson Davis widow of Con federate president ill of cold at her apartments in New York Illness not believed to be seriousIUnion Pacific flyer No 101 west bound from Kansas City to DenverI wont into a ditch two miles oast of Wameso KHn Three passengers seri ously injured Change of wind saved San Fernan do Cal front lire which swept 60I square miles of slope and valley land In all since tire started 350 square mllofi devastated John Toll SO hanged himself near I Bridgeport O Poor health Ely Good 04 fell dead of heart dis ease on his farm near Fostorla O Daniel T Jowett 99 former United States senator from Missouri died at St Louts John White 30 hostler killed at Youngstown 0 by horses kick which broke his neck George Fetter 55 blacksmith at Mansfleld 0 blown to pieces by acci dental blast at a stone quarry Fire destroyed telephone exchange Strickland hotel and three other build Ins at Jesup Ga Loss 20000 Fred Ray 21 of Wellsville 0 took fatal don of acid Third attempt Despondent over wife deserting him Senator Tillman predicts that growing prejudice between whites and blacks will result in terrible race war within few years John Kell butcher at Bethel 0 shot himself No cause known Explosion in Philadelphia subway killed eight workmen 40 injured Owen floater arrested at Gallipolls grocerySoptFire started by lightning causedJJ 510000 damage to Plckott Hardware Co of Warren Pa Chicago House Wrecking companys plant covering whole square dam Ii aged 75000 by fire Seymour Race S3 formerly of Cleveland shot himself at soldlors homo at Sandusky 0 Madison Stove Co at Madison Ind owned by R W Clements tailed Lia bilities 17044 assets 20110 Mrs LOiter Clark got confused by trains going both ways and was killed j at a crossing in Steubenvillc 0 i Dr A D Spence arrested at Leb anon 0 on charge of arson forfeited his bond and 300 reward was offered for his capture B W Mounts of Marlon 0 on his first run was killed in a wreck at Corn Ink Ohio Three children of Joseph Vauter of Portland Me perished in flro caused by lamp explosion Mrs Tat and Mrs Bacon arrived Friday in Washington from Now York and loft at onto for Cuba Failures during the week in United States 136 same week last your 189 In Canada 22 last year 25s NO HAZING At West Point Now According to the Superintendents Report Washington Oct 11 Hazing has disappeared at the United States mill tary academy according to the annual1 report cf the superintendent Brigs dier A J Mills The report says Hazing is entirelyI absent and the spirit which In former years promoted1 it has in a great measure disappeared The attitude of all the upper classesi toward the fourth class is good gener ally and the members of the first class In particular have shown due ap preciation of their responsibilities fin maintaining proper relations for new cadets First classmen exclusively were detailed to act hereafter as iIn- structors of cadets during their preliminary training The good effects of this policy were evident The Original Laxative Cough Syrup isKmnedys Laxative Honey and TarIt expels all cold from the syste by acting as a cathartic on the bowels It relieves the feverish conditions of the throat draws out the inflam mation cures the couch and strengthens the mncons membranes of the lungs and bronchiall tubes Kennedys Laxative Honey and Ta is a certains ate prompt and haim less cure tor colds ctoapand whooping cough SoldiildIUgglsts Tried five Employe Hinton W Va Oct SW W Thomas a wealthy coal operator and capitalist of Thurmond gave up his ute to save a negro miner in his em ploy Mr Thomas went to the mines to look after some work and was walk ing up the incline when a wino car loaded with coal broko loose and start ed on a wild rush for the bottom Dink Deavers a colored miner was working- on the incline and Thomas seeing th negro in danger rushed up and threw him from the track but was himself run down by the car Both legs were amputated at the hips Ho died two hours later Mr Thomas was worth close to 1000000 Syrmonia Ky March 10 1003 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo D- eSirI would like to become your agentt for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom tw doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place HO I would be pleased to hear from you con cernin the agency as soon as possible Ed Draffen Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder palls Great Discovery cure all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cnres diabetes semi anal1 emissions weaK and lame backs rheninatismand all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men anaI women reglates bladder trouble tin children It not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 329 St Louis Mo Send for test menials Sold bvlall druggists J Son of Fairbanks Wed Pittsburg Oct 12Mrs James Scott received a message from Steu benvlllo which read Frederick and I wore married yesterday It was sent by her daughter Helen FredII erick is a son of Charles W Fair banks vice president of the United States Mr and Mrs James Scott are prominent in east end society Fairjj banks is a young business man of Springfield 0 whero the couple will make their home The marriage is I the result of a romantic courtshlp of lets than a years duration DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newsII papers Is sue to know of the wonderful t cures by Dr I and remedy the medl tteentht after of 1 nent kidney and der specialist and curinglame t troublesworstformDr Kilmers SwampRoot not rec I ommended for everything but If you have kid foundJuatprivatepracticerelief and has successful In habeenpacr who have not already tried it may have a t sample bottle sent free by mail also book 1tciline1 tofindtroubleWhenoffer In this paper and send your address to KilmerCoBinghamton made SwampRootthe bladder It Is great covered years byprblad Is Is chase proved so regular fifty cent and nome of supRoo odollarDont make any mlstakebutl remember tbeCname SwampRoot Pr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address HlDthnnjtoniN Y every bottle MATTINQLY Deferred from last week Born September 30 to the wife of Felix Dunn a son Born September 30 to the wife of Forest Cam boll a daughter Mrs James Perkins is on th sick list- Nurvis Hawkins is quite sick Miss Maggie Keenan has typhoid feverLittle Wartield Hambleton i sick James Keenan went to Owens bolo last week Mr Roscoe Lasley and wife entertained the young people to an 11old time play party last Saturdayf night Misses Mittie Pate and Alma Perkins of Cloverport who hay been visiting relatives here have returned homer Mrs Ernest Pate of Clover port who has been visiting hen parents Mr and Mrs C D Hambleton will go to Evansville this week to join her husband who has a position there The news of Ed Millets at Nickcrson Kansas September 24 was a shock to his many friends and relatives in this vicinity They deeply with the bereaved family theB home of his son Marion Blair near Hardinsburg was buried here at the Christian church grave yard last Friday i No Pill to as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladle and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they boY all druggists FINDS nOT SEAT Amos Roberts Asks Damages Fo Electric Shock Admin- Istered Hawesville Ky Oct 1- 5SpecialOne of the most pecu liar suits ever filed in the Hancock county courts is that of Roberts against Dr Standish Standish has an electric machine in his oflice and ran wires down to his step on Main street The oh ject of this was to keep loafers offr the door step Roberts came to town and sat on the wires whenI he received current enough to make hull go up in the air InI his suit he asks for 1500 andJ says that his trousers were wet i which made the shock worse Blood Poisoning results from cbronic consUpaticnwuich 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 imusia head ache dizziness and colic without grip ing or discomfort 25c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co An Innovation In Newspaperdom The Mndisonville Hustler says The hustler has one unique subscription recorded on its books lIon H P Teague called at this office on Monday and stated that ho had started in as a subscriber to the IGlcaner when C C Givens started it at Madisonville in 18S3 and had been taking the edited by Mr Givens since that time Ho stated he was tired of being bothered with renewing every year and ho knew that ho wanted to take the hustler as long as he lived Ho made us a proposition to pay US 10 and that we give him a clear receipt tor the paper until death which was accepted and entered accordingly on the books of the hustler oflice I This is the first and only subscriber whose term the Hustler has insured until death und is perhaps the only one of the kind in the United State It is impossible to have a clear head an active brain a vigorous coustitu tion or a strong body when the diges tion is weak or when the stomach is ut of order Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will put the btoaaoh and digestive m good condition and improves the general condition Bold by all druggists ELECTIONOFFICERS Appointed to Serve at the Polls eat the November Election The following is a list of appointments made of election officers in their respective precincts at the general election in November Hardlnsburg No lChas M Heston Frank- S Dellaven judges Thos Withers clerk Gabe Wright sheriff- Hardlnsburg No 2Tom Gregory Taylor Beard judges Itopt Weatherford cluck Frank May sheriff- Hardinsburg No aAbe Meador C C Black judges Dickey Miller clerk Chas Itobblns sheriff Hardlnsburg No 4Tlco Jolly G M Taul judges Wm Ahl clerk Mack Miller sheriff Cloverport No IJake Hanks L L Wagner Judges Zack lIardln clerk jj 0 Mattingly sheriff Cloverport No 3John 1hoelln W B Al BlackLCloverport No 3Solby McCracken W V Perkins Judges H A Oelze clerk Chas Hull sheriff Ilalltown J J Keenan Geo Newman judges J R Laslle clerk W J Taul sheriff Stuphensport Kurby Blaine Napoleon Brumfleld Judges Jeff Miller clerk A A Claycomb sheriff Custer Jno Cook T J Bennett judges Jno M Butler clerk Joel Bruner sheriff Hudson N L Mercer Muck H Qulgglns judges Henry Garner clerk Gao Royalty sheriff 1MookU J Ballman Jno II Butler judges Tlce McCoyclerkGeoDranesherIff Union Star Frank Cart Hum Bassett judges Hugh Frymlre clerk M F Jolly sheriff Cunnn ingham Judges Geo A Gilliland clerk Geo Egart sherlfl WebsterSam AdkIsson Harmon Turks Judges Frank Payne clerk A J Dyer sheriff IrvIngtonB L Bennett Chas Still judges Jno Akers clerk J B Herndon 1sborllf BowloyvllloP W Foote A A Scott Judges C C Martin clerk J O Lucas sheriff McDanlels Jon GlnsscockJorank Compton Judges F K Rhodes clurk Mllfred Whit worth shorl- AGlendeuneD C Moorman B A Whltt Inghlll Judges Jeff Howard clerk W 0 Kuno Sheriff Rockvalc Chus L Fishier K C Burton judges D N Howard clerk David Cham bliss sheriff CASTORIAI For Infants and Children rThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of cM Cost of Cotton Picking From the Charlotte Chronicles It requires something like 1500 000 cotton pickers each picking 100 pounds of seed cotton an aver ago for each picker and working 100 days to pick a 10000000 bale crop Of course some pick more than 100 pounds of seed cot ton and some less There are days when on account of rain no cot ton can bo picked The average of 100 pounds a day for 100 days is not far wrong as an estimate of the pickers work At GOc a hundredweight the cost of picking a bale of cotton is 9 At 75 cents a hundredweight the cost is 1125 a bale Therefore the cost of picking the entire crop will range somewhere between 90000000 and 112500000 It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart it may be you If so you should know 9it now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weakand perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will re lieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition wilt improve About a yenr ago I wrote to tho Miles Medical Co asking advice as I wan ufffcrlnf with heart trouble and painIndeepbronthlion would cause palpitation and I could not lie on my left aide without suffering They advised me to try Dr Miles heart Curo and Nervine which I did wroth the result that I am In better liPiilth than I ever wns before having gained 14 pound since I com menced taking It I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines and havent been bothered with my heart Since MRS LILLY THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure Is told by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle wllf benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind NNN ONNNNNNONN ON N The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company CAPITAL 5000000- B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacity Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or Burglary NlN N NN NNNN NN + + W H BOWMEn President A B KILLMAN Cashier F L LioiiTroOT VicePresident COAl EKILLMAN AsstCashler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDGE BANKOrganized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited HmNmitlSSSlSlSN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresided IH H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits MN N i tM 5 FiguresOn I OnFarms If you could sell your farm today for 1100 an acre and buy it backtomorrow for IIV an acre You would do It If you can buy the 1100 land for 110 some where else the proposition is just as good You can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you doit 7 It you wish to Know morelabout It write 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Hays S W Hager For Attorney General J K Hendrick Lillard H Carter For Superintendent of Public Instruction E A Gullion M O Winfrey pForR C Crenshaw J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble For Secetary of State Hubert Vreeland For Auditor Henry M Bosworth For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Clerk Court of Appeals 1 John B Chenault For United State Senator J C W Beckham f James B McCreary N B Hays name will be placed first on the ballot in the Democratic primary to be held on November 6 and Senator McCrearys name will be placed last The other names will be between with the contested offices coming first and the uncontested offices next T arrangement was decided upon by t subcommittee of the Democrat- Executive Committee at a meeting held at The Seelbach for the purpose of completing the arrangements for the primaryLittle Virginia Hayes of Donerail Fayette county daughter of T P Hayes the horseman drew the names of the candidates from a hat and decided which name should precede in each of traces he where there is a contest The little girl looking perfectly composed although surrounded by a roomful of strange men all of whom were watching her stood on a table and drew the slips of paper on which the names of the candidates had been written She did not understand what it was ill1 about but seemed to get some fun out of the arrangement Yon may be jnst as skeptical and pessimistic as yon please Kodol will digest what yon eat whether yon eat P or not Yon can put your food in a bowl ponr a little Eodol Dyspepsai Cnre on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomaob cant help but cure Indigestion a Dyspepsia It Is caring Hundreds and thousands some had faith and son e didnt Sold by all dnggistst No Merchant Can Succeed Witho Advertising I do not believe in the mail1 order citizens Gov Joseph W Folk in ad pressing the retail merchants of Missouri nt their convention at Jefferson City recently spoke against the mall order business and favored advertising in town papers Ho said in part We are proud of our splendid cities and we want them to in crease in wealth and populati o and we also want our count towns to grow Wo wish the city merchant to build up also desireI this country merchants to prosper- I do not believe in a mail order citizen If a place is good enou for a man to live in and to make his money in it is good enough for him to spend his money No merchant can succeed without advertising in one way or an If You Suffer with- Rheumatism Dr WillBringMedicine Can I reiUponPoLIoonRheumatismLumballO Rni1IATI0Canillthecombined the poulbleonecureRheumatlem for DSaooPaRJWJDrcanIntoneagainthatlsoaslbnutltcanand drlfrompoisons whichthe caused the mpain andswelling And thenthat Is thtend of the pain and BirelllDfftheendorthesut ferintr the Thlsremedynelaltewhereacure ItianPnnnplntabletorll tormaskeitherlutforlnllknow to be Rheumatism you who experlc you lameness or twinges of pain In damp weathyou who easily become stiff and lame sppareat 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jolly time Will Avitt came home fro St Louis last week sick He has typhoid fever loughecAvitt Sunday Mrs Sue Mercer McDaniols t is visiting at J E Mercers Farmers have been very much delayed by the continual rains from getting their fall work done Mrs Willie Compton andchild ren of Garfield are spending a few weeks with Mrs Taylor Compton It is rendered Laxative so that Iits use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation of the bowels It relaxes the nervous system and cores all coughs colds cronp etc A red clover blossom and the hooey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxative Coog- hSyrnpKennedys Laxative Honey and Tar Sold bv all drnggists CONDITION OF CROPS C t ropodas 901 October 1 last as compared with tenyear average of 796 The average condition of tobacco fiveyeaututaverage of S02 1When the tip of a dogs nose is cold and moist that dog is not sick A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the human lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips apply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften land treat uny skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 cents Severs Drug Co uTtto Kentucky Colonels ryGood niawnin Cuhnel Good mawnin Mistah Brown Ho ah you all this mawnin We ah very well thank you Cuhnel1 How ah you all today nhA little tiahd but well Kentuckians in the lobby of the Coates house were talking Fifteen of them were here this morning on the way to Oklahoma where they had bought lots in a new townsite The came from Lewisport Lebanon Ste phensport Lexington and Irvington Lawd sonny one of them said to a Star reporter we dont figuah on livin down theali Theahs no place like Kentucky- He joined a group that was towards the bar In reply to t customary question of what the drink should be each answered Buhbon1 Kansas City Mo Star Local Option Election BarbourvilleKy Oct 10 T County Judge of Whitloy count in response to a petition the names of 1700 voters of Whitley county has called a local option election to be held on Dec ember 6 It is reported that the saloon interests will not put up any fightAn n queatioawn December 3 Leading citizens of teutco party and speakers from oth parts of the State will be called i n tQ assist TWO IIISTORICAL WEDDINGS Marriage of John Laydon and Anne Burras First Instance of Title Hunting In America By Silas E Snyder Norfolk VaThe eternal feminine delighting at all times in things matrii monial will lay aside reports of social1 doings at the summer resorts and ad vertisements of new tangled fruit can sto read about a wedding even if it di occur nigh on to three hundred yea agoIn this case there are two and it wooltdj be dug up at the present time were it not that they have to do indirectly with dthe Jamestown Exposition which is Ito be held next year at a point not far from the scene of both these early sari events U F Vs were not heard of in those days but for real simon pure F F Vism the first of these nupda has the latter day society dashed to the mast in fact it marked the beginni of the first family of Virginia The second was the first instance of title hunt- Ing in America with the reversed con dltlous that the bride an American ha 1 the title and the hunter was an untilled Englishman There were no bridesmaids no dinners with terrapin and truffles no checks for a million dola and no press accounts of the trousseau but there were some distinguished peo vsmleaked out The first installment of Jamestown settlers was a stag outfit with such noble old rounders as Captain John Smith in the bunch but never a petticoat and no wonder things didnt go just right In the absence of this gentle influence one can fancy the doughty Captain and old sport Powhatan pitching Horseshoes for tobacco Powhatans tobacco under Powhatans Oak and getting tipsy on Dismal Swamp water But when the second contingent of settlers arrived there were two ladies among them or rather one ladyt Mistress Forest and her maid Anne B arras Imagine the rubbering that took place when the flags of their femininity were seen to flutter on the docks of Jamestown There was one citiz of the town that wasnt slow This w John Laydon At lovemaking he m ustor have been a regular Corsair He assailed the gentle Anne with horse to and dragoons sabred her coyness ro over her objections broke down h defenses forcibly seized her consent at bore her away to the alter before shad be begun to eel at home Just two mouths after she landed this fourteen year old mail had changed her nam from Buries to Laydon It is conj tured that Captain Smith gave away t bride All this happened in December 1608 and the next year John and Anne presented to the worthy Council of Vir ar prwas called Virginia In 1633 when Virgin was 21 the VirglniaJCourt officially r cognized this important event by pre seating to the distinguished young lady five acres ot land in Elizabeth City County Va which lies just across Hampton Roads from the Jamestown Exposition It may be inteiestiug to note that three other daughters came bless the LaydonsCatharine Alice and Mar lIret e That other wedding was the till e hunting affair It seems that Jofi Rolfe Secretary of the Colon of Virginia Hucceeded in convincing the royal maiden Pocahontas that Captain John Smith was dead and believing him deadshe yielded to the importunities stvloved Smith first and always is the con- clusIon of many who nre familiar with 1the nnnals of the colony When of her marriage she met him in London she exclaimed They told me always you were dead Those words told the tradegy of a heart DAYYTabletDruIllstllW GROVES slf nature is on tlac hbox 25c Twentynine bodies have been recovered from the West Fork mine nt Pocahontas Va The gene 11j nutdseventyrteIf you have any pity for your re ers wrote a caustic critic to an auth youll quit writing for broad and telephone for It = Hoodsygdist- inction of being thegreat est curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un purifyingtthe blood on which the healthand strength ofevery heorgan bone and tissue depend Accept no subs- r butnAND ONLY HOODS BIDS CALLED FOR Panama Canal Contract to Be Let to Only One Party Washington Oct 10 Conditions under which bids are to bo received by tho anal commission for digging the Panuma canal and the form of contract to be entered Into were made public by the commission through Chairman Shonts After signing the contract actual work Is to begin on the Isthmus within 60 days No American employs is to work more than eight hours Tho contract provides that each bid sder must undertake the entire work of construction No bar will be offered rsto corporations associating In the un legallyisa single body which the government can deal Bid ders will not be considered who do nothaveavallable capital of 5000000 A certified check for 200000 is re quired with each proposal and a bond alof 3000000 will he required of the successful bidder The bidding Is not limited to American contractors All noonisthey opened ngAcquitted by Courtmartlal Washington pct 9Actlng Secre tart Newbury of the naY department approved tho findings of acquittal by CapdComley was tried recently on charges growing out of tho collision of tits Alabama and Illinois off Brentons Reef R I July 21 Cap rstnln Comley was in command of the Alabama at the time and a court of Inquiry recommended his courtmartlal and also that of Lieutenant Alfred W Pressey who was officer of the deck of the Alabama at the time of tho col llsion The action of the court In regard to Lieutenant Pressey was re calved and It is understood that he was also acquitted Claim Hams Are Doctored Philadelphia Oct 9 Warrants were sworn out by Dr B H Warren dairy and food commissioner for the arrest of the Philadelphia managers of Armour Company charging tha firm with the Illegal use of boric acid In hams Samples purchased at tho branch house of Armour 8 Company were analyzed by Professor Lawall chemist of the department and show It Is alleged that the hams were doc tored with boric acid It Is reported that subpoenas will be Issued for the heads of the firm of Armour 14 Com ofedoctoringasof the meat Is performed In Chicago In this city ofHouse Burned Three Perish homoedestroyed by flames and the deader twodwas sight which met the eyes of Charles Zende a farmer on McIntyre creek when he re turned home from a short trip Thee cause of the fire Is a mystery The ecdead are Christian Zende 75 Henry wereJfound near a door leading out of the house They evidently were suffocated by smoke The aged man appar ently made a heroic effort to save the lives of his two grandchildren before he was overcome by the smoke iaJokes Sad Sequel Milford 0 Oct 11Miss Goldie Raper 18 swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid at her home In Felicity 0 and died several minutes afterward Several days ago she found a letter in her sweethearts coat addressed My Dearest Husband The youth could not convince her that he was not mar totied oven when one of her own friends confessed that she had written the let ter for a joke and the girl despond ent took her own lift nNew Race Grounds Louisville Ky Oct 11 Matt J Wynn secretary of the American Turf association announced that Louisville Cincinnati and Pittsburg capital would build a racing plant opposite Steuben- e vilhj 0 to cost 250000 The track will be 40 miles from Pittsburg ac cording to Mr Wynn and there will fromerPittsburg to the track Tho plant will meetingtsummer fCity Purchases Ferry Now York Oct 9Formal an nouncement of completion of negotia tions for the purchase by the city of the Thirtyninth street ferry property which operates a line of boats between the lower end of Manhattan and Brooklyn was made by Controller cityIsfrom the price originally asked Poisoned by Whisky Danielorsof Geneva Mo who came hero from Manila Ark violently III died at a hospital They stated they had drank whisky at Manila which made them sick Another man name unknown Is lying at the point of death In the hospital having been poisoned by drinking whisky Opened to Settlement Washington Oct 10The president Issued a proclamation fixing 12 oclock nonn Oct 29 as tho date for opening the Walker River Indian reservation In Nevada to settlement There ago 268000 acres of land to be disposed of and tho law permits Its acquisition under the general land laws The res crvatlon Is In the Carson City land district Result of a Feud 10Ilalseytlhers at Panther The shooting was the result of an old feud after James Chambers killed Adam Bailey a broth er of Halsey Bailey six years ago WINCHESTER REPEATING SHOTGUNS- are strong shooters strongly made andI so inexpensive that you wont be afraid to use one in any kind of weather They are made 10 12 and 16 gauge A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN SPORTSMEN Sold Everywhere AMV1AANhMWNAMWMMRMM AANYYMI School hooks r iSuppliesi Complete new line of 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there by accident Diamond Brand styles are designed by an officer of this Company who has won his spurs as a master of footwear constructionMoreover Diamond Brand Dress Shoes arc made by the best paid shoeworkmen of the highest grade leathers They fit faultlessly snug up under the arch beautifully and hold their shape e4tSIweCioJlfJJff1 WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN ANYOTlflN MOUJEINTIIf WEST a lY i 0 y Lp I t J a C I i i 1 f J t I t V1 i t- II 8 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 17 1906 t un4- r I J t i f I I I e Vinol builds you up and keeps you up Our delicious Cod Liver preparation without oil Better than oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsionsI to restore health forIOld people delicate children weak rundown persons and after sickness colds coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troublesIII Try it on our Severs Drutf Co Oasollne Explosion Starts Blaze Glasgow Ky Oct 12The explosion of a gasoline stove in the restaurant of Matthews Bros on Main street at 5 oclock this morn ing started a fire that caused a loss of nearly 6000 before it was gotten under control DanKer Froni The Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so preva lent unless you take Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writeslilts a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail I find it quickly ends 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 QOc and 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free A New Swindle A pair of grafters are operating- in Western Kentucky with the smoothest graft of the year One enters a store makes a small purchase and offers a 10 bill in payment gets his change and de parts Then his confederate enters makes a purchase and hands the clerk al hillThen his change come he insists that the bill was a 10 hilland asks that the proprietor he called when the clerk declares that it was a 1 bill The grafter tells the pro prietor that the thing can he easily settled The X10 bill was all tho money he had ho says A short time before he hud occasion to wish to remember a telephone number and jotted it down on the bill See if GI1L is not marked on a bill in your cash drawer he says If you find such a bill it is mine Of coati that inscrip tion had been marked on the 10 by the first visitor and the pro prietor no longer hesitates before uch conclusive proof but hand over the bill and calls down the unfortunate clerk who believes his sight luis served him a trick To the Point It always seemed to us that Job had too much patience to have good sense In every neighborhood the people com plain of some annoying family Do the neighbors complain of you Many young folks cant find anything to talk about until the old folks have gone to bed Ever notice how quick everyone is when holding a baby to look for the mother when it cries A boy with a dog chasing a cat can have more fun than a man in a year When a man wants to buy a drink for the bar keeper he is going some and nothing but tne calaboose will prevent a big drunk Atchisoa Ran Globe A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering front dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six months agowhen ahe began taking Electric Bitterawhich have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had III the prime of life writes Mrs WL Gilpat ric of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stom ach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilous ness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price COc Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co ISSUES IN OIL TRIAL Standards Attorneys Say Charges Are Ancient History I DISPUTED POINTS GO TO JURY I Documentary Evidence Is Submitted Covering Original Trust Agreement I and Pleadings Which Resulted In- FormerII Order to Dissolve the Trust I Findlay 0 Oct 10 Documentary evidence covering essential points In the case against tho Standard 011 company on trial to a Jury In probate court was the first testimony sub matted to the Jury Tho witnesses summoned by tho state Include J McCarthy T A McLaughlin F C Barges J C Donnell I E C Palmer F G McLaughlin F H Hillman W A Barstow F T Cuth bert and E R Curtin of Limn 0 John Krause David Williams E GI Adams D J Sloan J B Wilson Mack Thompson and Charles S Pranklo of North Baltimore 0 Martin Snyder M G Vilas H P McIntosh and J M Robertson of Cleveland Only two hours were required to DaI HancockItorney general of Ohio Virgil P Kline of Cleveland Is chief counsel for the defense The documentary evidence the pros ecution submitted and which consti tutes the bulk of the case Is contained In a document authenticated by the supreme court of the states as the history of the Standard Oil litigation before that body It was all objected to by the defense as Irrelevant but was allowed by Judge Banker to go in The docu ments Included tire original trust agreement of 1882 the pleadings in the case before the supreme court In 1892 which resulted In the order to dissolve the trust the pleadings be fore tho same court In 1897 resulting In a Journal entry by the court that the trust was dissolved- In the opening statement of the Cause of action Mr David said that the Standard Oil company be came a trust In 1882 and although sev eral times fcinco It changed the form of Its organization it did not cease to commit the offense of being a trust Tho state In this case said Mr David claims that notwithstanding the numerous makeshifts and changes made by these men from 1882 until the date of the filing of the informa tion In this case John D Rockefeller William Rockefeller Henry M Flag ler John D Archbold H H Rogers have continuously purposoly and unlawfully maintained and operated a trust monopoly or combination and that the Standard 011 company of Ohio Is a member of that trust or monopoly ar combination and you were called here and sworn to try the issue be tween tho state of Ohio and the Stand ard 011 company of Ohio and to find In your verdict whether or not the Stand ard Oil company organized under the laws of Ohio is guilty of belonging to this trust In replying Kline characterized as mere matt s of nnclent history the RUNNING SORtS COVtRtD LIMBS I Little Girls Obstinate Case of Eczema Instantaneous Relief By Cuticura Little Boys Hands and Arms Also Were a Mass of Torturing Sores Grateful Mother Says if CUTICURA REMEDIES A HOUSEHOLD STANDBY 1 In reply to your letter I write you my experience and you are privileged to use it as you see fit Last year alter having my little girl treated by a very prominent physician for an obstinate case of eczema I resorted to the Cuticura Remedies and was so well pleased with the almost instantaneous relief afforded that we discarded tho physicians prescription and relied en tirely on the Cuticura Soap Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Pills When we commenced with the Cuticura Rem edies her feet and limbs were covered withrunning sores In about six weeks we had her completely well and there has ben no recurrence of the trouble IIIn July of this year a little boy in our family poisoned his hands and arms twentyfourhoursof torturing sores We used only the Cuticura Remedies washing his hands and arms with the Cuticura Soap and anointed them with the Cutiaura Ointment and then gave him tho Cuticura Resolvent In about three weeks his hands and arms healed up so we have lots of cause for feeling grateful for the Cuticura Remedies We find that tho Cuticura Remedies are a valuable household standby living as we do twelve miles from a doctor and where it costs from twenty to twentyfive dollars to come up on the mountain Rospectfullt Mrs Lizzio Vincent Thomas Fairmount Waldens Ridge Tcnn Oct 13 1005 EveryHumorconfining of Cutlcurm Sop S5cM Ointment Me Huoli lot Me Inform of ChocoltU Coated Pllli Sic per Till of a mef1 had of ill dniutiti A ilnile let often cure rotternrugtIIowtoCurTortuiugD1alguisgBump RKATAKRH MEAD aKIDN IiiROA aL LUNGS I FEMME I STOMA HORGAN wI WORDS OF PRAISE if t V 1rTMr J H Eskew Chandler Okla writes Lot me thank you for what your wonderful curative medicine Parana hoe done for mo I had suffered from catarrh for ton years be fore I took your medicine Miss Marie Pofrel PIne Cltv Minn writes I hd catarrh of the throat for nearly three months and have been using different kinds of medi cines which did mo no good A friend advised me to take Pornna which I did and after taking two bottles I was cured I cannot say too much In its praise relation of tho original formation of the trust The Standard 011 company he said is a corporation controlled en tirely by Its stockholders it Is In no trust it could not be said that any of the statements of Mr David relative to the early history of the organization are true but If they are they are not within the limits of Hancock county and consequently without the Jurisdic tion of the court The company he said sold some oil at retail In the county might own some real estate hero but the statement that It is In any combination in restraint of trade Is not supported by facts He object ed to Davids statement which he said was argumentative He said the pres ent case has nothing to do with tlve formation of the trust in 18S2 and nothing to do with the Standard Oil company of Xew Jersey New York 1Kentucky or Indiana It was for an alleged violation of tho Valentine law that Jurisdiction was assumed and this Jury callodIMr David replied that It was neces spry to Jury to understand the ramifi cations of the Standard Oil organiza dons that It might intelligently listen to the evidence Judge Banker saw nothing Improper in the statements of the prosecutor There was an extended argument by counsel as to the admissibility as evi dence of documents certified to by the secretary of state of New Jersey showing the corporate powers of the Standard 011 company of that state and tho seven annual reports since these powers were Increased The court ruled the evidence In Frank C Shank deputy auditor of Hancock county identified several tax certificates on file in the auditors of flee showing that Theodore M Tolles of 26 Brodaway New York was tax agent for the Standard 011 company of Ohio tho Buckeye pipe llffe and the Ohio 011 company Evldencewas submitted by tHe state showing tho ownership of the Manhat tan Oil company of Ohio to be in the General Industrial Development com pany limited of London England also that the Manhattan which buys and pipes crude oil dues not compete with the Standard but does compete ivlth independent companies Such Is the gist of the testimony of P T Cuthbert president of the Manhattan A criminal suit similar to Lat on trial is pending against his jompany ad ho testified under order if the couit which renders him Im mune from Criminal prosecution Found Sloans Remedies Very Satis factory In Every Case Crandall Co East Buffalo N Y say Sloans Nerve and Bone Liniment and Chill and Fever Remedy are the standard medicines with shippers coming through Wo have given them both many severe tests and have found them very satisfactory in each case Tho demand is still increasing for them I consider the Liniment tho best for general use that I have used for the past twenty years of my experience in the hoteland stable business Where Is Your Boy Wo often wonder why it is so many young men can bo seen loaf ing upon our streets until a late hour of night Many of them are from our best homes The fathers of these young men many of them at least are numbered among our best citizens If their cow or their horso or even their favorite dog was away from home after dark they would be out on a search I but their own children can roam I apparentlyjI ITho boy seems to bo turned loose at a tender age to wander at will into the path of sin andvice then we wonder where all ourIIIIand and worthless specimens of humanity come from It is a regretable fact that too many of them come from seed germinated in good homes and then sown in a careless manner upon our streets and back alloys Reader is your boy wasting his time upon our streets If so should you not at least look after him as carefully at nightfall as you would your horse andcowExchange I HARD1NSBURQ Paul R Frost of Louisville was in the city Monday on a business trip The Grand jury adjourned Saturday after having returned only fifteen Indictments Charles Scott has sold his property at Gulf port and will probably locate somewhere either In Oklahoma or California lie will make the change to benefit his health I Mrs Q W Beard was In Louisville last week I to attend the marriage of her grand daugh ter Miss Ada Beard to Dr Powers of Birm ingham Ala Mrs Nora Board of Irvington Is visiting Mr and Mrs Charles L Beard Dr Marshal of Irvlngton was In town Monday on a business trip Joel H Pile returned home Saturday from Winchester where he attended the State Development Convention lie says It was a fine body of business men and that Its efforts will contribute greatly to the prosperity of the state Norris H Beard attended the State Bankers Association held In Louisville last week lie was honored by being elected vicepresident of the organization Prof Frank Allen Peake of Klngswood the popular and humerous lectureentertainer will give one of his fine programs ut Glen deane Monday night Oct 2nd Ills lecture will be The Humanity of 1IIanIt and win be for tho benefit of the school organ fund It you hear him you will be highly entertained Miss Margaret Beard was the guest of Mrs Nora Board at Irvlngton Sunday Circuit Court will not adjourn until the latter part of nextl week CJATc aFt cABunthi The Kind You Hara Alwars BOMM IjlofHITES RUN L L Waggoner was In Louisville Sunday Local union every Saturday night Mrs Mary Hawkins who has been quito HI for some time Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Herbert Walker of Mattlngly were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Nelson Miller last week Miss Bertha Smith Is visiting Miss Nellie Barbie at Stoplionsport- Jf Barbee and Ernest Smith of Stephens port were hero Saturday Misses Alice and Dora Waggoner were In Oloverport Saturday Purchases Residence- Mr Marion Weatherholt who sold his rest dence property on Elm street last week has purchased the home place of Mr P D 1Iank on Main street and will move his family Into It Ina few days Stock Hogs Scarce The scarcity of stock hogs Is causing shippers no little amount of worry here and else where The farmers who are so fortunate to have hogs at this season are doing the wise thing and keeping them for feeding purposes At tho prices they are now bringing coupled with the abundant crop of corn and the scarcity of porkers the farmers find It more profitable to hold them for home consunp tlon Primary Election Paraphernalia The ballot boxes and books for the Demo cratic State primary are now being sent out from headquartersSTEPHENSPORT Rev Roberts filled Ills regular appointment at the M E church Sunday night Joe David Brasbear of Cloverport spent the day here Sunday Mrs Georgle Dent and son of Louisville were guests at the Conn house Sunday Mrs Dent was a Miss Bassett and spent her child hood days up on Green mil the old Bassett farm While she had not visited the old home for thirty years there were not as many changes as she thought there would be Miss Pauline Smith Mrs R A Smith and Miss Lena Payne attended the street fair at Hawesrllle last week Mr and Miss Blitz of Louisville were guests of their sister Mrs S B Scbopp Sun day W J Schopp was In Louisville the first of the weekMrs S II Dix was in Louisville last week Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star was In i Interesting Route Notes Colonist to nudnot room house Heater oil gives wherever Produces smoke smell equipped smokeless deviceno trouble Easily carried care for lamp The I PERFECTION Oil Heater I Equipped with Smokeless Device ornament made in two finishes nickel and Japan Brass oil fount beautifully embossed Holds quarts of oil and hours Every warranted Do not be with anything but PERFECTION Oil Heater you cannot get Heater Information from your dealer write to nearest agency for descriptive circular The homeLuallround household use Give clear steady lightbitted with latest improved burner of brass throughout nickel plated Every lamp warranted Suitable for library dining room not your dealers write nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY incorporated NOTICE- To Tax Payers November 1st the penalty comes on taxes In every man that hasnt paid property will be listed to county clerk and you will an additional penalty to payPay now and save yourself 12 per cent penalty M MILLER S B i mIlfia1 Notice To TAXPAYERSUnder bo Iadded to all unpaid taxes on November 1st 1906 tWThe new is very stringent and hope each Ta- xI Payer will make prompt payment You will find me at my office in the rear of tho Clovorport Bank IIICRAS MAY SR C T C iIlIflM lWiWflMiWliBflBfM Saturday Mrs Dowell and children were guests Mrs Payne Saturday Helm has returned homo from Lewis port Mrs Ollie Parr Davidson Cairo III expected here soon her father Murray Parr Bell Conn has accepted position cashier Shopps store In EW Masons compell Ingly Running Water The Centurys present serial and Mrs Frances Hodgson new novel The Shut tle which will begin the November Issue The Century 1007 will publish new novel by Elizabeth Robins be titled Come and Find Me In this story Miss Robins hat turned tho scenes probably her chief success fiction The Magnetic North and has made the magnetic attraction the far North the chief motive of unusual narrative The Illustration will be Blu menschelns wor- kHenderson Homeseekers Excursions toall points to which homeseekera rates apply One way to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April and Sep 15 to Oct 81 1006 There be a cold in if you own a PERFECTION OilU This an neater that satisfaction used intense heat without or because with no danger around from room to room You cannot turn the wick too high or too low As easy and simple u a is the home 4 burns 9 heater satisfied a If or sad a Made and or parlor addition the have C I law I town Will O W Mrs L U Is to visit Miss a as at W S Burnetts In In a to re to In of an rates 7 the is it is to an to It is If at to of of of COLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night nates 1100 per day FASTIDIOUS WOMEN consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a necessity in the hygienic care of the person and for local treatment of feminine ills As a wash its cleansing germicidal deodorizing and healing qualities are extraordinary For sale AddressThe CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couih Syrup Tastes Good UM In time Sold by dnx elU CONSUMPTION EyrSfJJA BILIOUSNESS THKBESTPOR BITTERS AND KI NEYS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic haI stood the test 25 yews Average Annual Sato over Ont mil aHallMosbottk DOM this record of merit appeal to you 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