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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l f l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT IIVOL XXXI CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 8 Pates NOISICOUNTY FAIR ASSURED FOR t NEXT YEARt r9 I Meeting of Stockholders Called Ct For Saturday October 27 I at Hardinsburg I Oct23SpecialThe ridge Fair Association has all been subscribed except about 500 and a meeting of all the stock holder has been called to bo held at the court house on Saturday Oct 27 next by the chairman C V Robertson All the stockholders are earnestly requested to be present at this meeting so that they may sign and acknowledge the articles of incorporation This iisn very important and it is hoped thatj no stockholder will fail to attend It is the desire of the managementj that the 500 of stock which hasI not been taken be subscribed byu persons in various portions of theI county but if this is not done thosel1 who have already subscribed will1l Fncreasft their subscriptions to that extent so the whole of the capital1 stock will be taken by next Satnr day And the people of the county Bint county fair next fall STRANGE VARMINT bad A strange looking varmint re tfumbling much in appearance a wildcat was killed a few nights will tied in the Skillman bottoms h Wm Suters and Ed Finders The animal was perfectly white Co Mens i lot of Mens Fancy Worst ed for not be bought elsewhere less Boys Suits in long pants I i lot of Childrens for I 1 Made in the J I J Mens Shirts i I cialtyofIshirts fancy shirts are l something swell work the everywhereqq Ifor 50o price 43c lot shirts and measured in height two feet and in length feet It measured eight inches between tears l varmint is believed to the same has been seen iin different parts within the last weeksLEAVES CLOVERPORT Harry Hills Accepts Position Louisville Atlantic Railroad at Richmond Ky sMr Harry Hills has connected with the Louisville Henderson and St Louis rail shops in this city for the past eight years in the capacity ofE foreman has accepted a positionI with the Louisville and Atlantic railroad at Richmond I position is of master me chanic arid to Mr Hills as- a I deserved recognition of hivnl uable services with the railroads IMr Hills loft yesterday to enter his new duties While the people of Cloverport regret lose him as a citizen they trust he will with the success should be his Hills will remain in Cloy for the present Ascension Friday Saturday The Fair was more than a fUC cess last week and as the was the first few the Street Fair people have agreed to stay Friday and Saturday of this week in that the people of Cloverport and surroundings i have an opportunity to see the oneymore one come chance to see the Robinson amusement BROS r TRAININGSCHOOL FOR b- eCLOVERPOR rp Location of Institution i Short While Virtually As hsuredA training school Clover port in the near future is an assured fact The citizens of thi3ii city acting upon a proposiii 1tion to them by a tative of the church of United Brethren have been working to theEschool hero That they have been successful in their undertaking isi represontativeIof the church the subscrip tions promised were sufficient to insure the location of the schoolC in Cloverport C W Musgrove Corref spending Secretary of the Confer Ience Board of United Brethren iisI the representative here and iitI was mainly through his effortsv the school he 1 here It is now thought probable the new building will be ready for the spring of 1 school 1i 1 CLATER GIVEN TWENTY YEARS t- HardinsburKyOct23Spec t- ialHenry Clater the eloped with Miss Ora Gardner was tried last week in the circuit court upon the charge of carnally knowing a female under I Our for One The following specials were so popular in our recent cutprice sale that we have decided to offer thnnin this tale for ONE WEEK ONLY Union Suits Mens Fleeced Underwear 38c Ladies Vests 2Jc Mens Allwool Underwear 87c Childrens Hose 7e Mens 200 Hats 150 i Mens Suspenders 2lc One Mens Suits 750 Suits One Suits 498 Can for than 750 275 upOne Suits 125 latest styles If work Our and our Iahirts are best our One mens 100 82c three also The that few Wit and who been way Ky The that comes toI that meet that Mrs erport and Street weather days order Here for made that Rev that will located that term negro who 45e lot Pants We are carrying a lino of Corduroy pants this season that can pants that the best made at only 115 Call in and inspect this line are carrying a line of neck wear this year that is conceded to bo the best ever brought to need anything in the way of neckwear come to us for it We have a beautiful lino oj neckties l asa r Big I It the age of sixteen years He en tered a plea of guilty to the in dictment and the jury fixed his punishment at 20 years in the penitentiary at hard labor which statuteTthere was considerable applause- n which the court promptly sup I i pressed Marriage of WellKnown Young Last Evening nThe marriage of Mr Dan Dun can of Louisville to Miss Bernice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind was solemnized at the home of the brides parents yesterday after noon at 530 oclock The cere fr mony was performed by Rev J T Lewis of Cloverport Immediately following the wed ding the young couple came to to spend a few days at the home of the grooms par ents Mr and Mrs H V Duncan They will make their home in Louisville Mr Duncan holding position with the American Grocery Co of that city I popular ly lived here and is a young man of bright business prospects The bride is a cultured young lady and possesses those traits that make of i her a favorite among her ac J Friends here and elsewhere that the future may always I as bright to them as it is now pictured Rev Graves of Irvington delivered i splendid sermons at tbe morning and evening services held at the Methodist church Sunday and bad large con gations at both meetings fI1I The goose bone and the corn shuck predict that the winter is going to be mighty hard on old clothes so come in and let us fit you up in good seasonable Fall and Winter wear Never be fore in the of county have the people been given such an to clothe them selves for the winter at such re low prices and just when the season is opening up Our high quality of goods and ex low prices are making new customers for us every day Thats our purpose We want every man woman and child in county to know that we are their friend and that our store is the place for them to deal If you call once we will make of you a customer The J Cloverport responsible quaintances history phosphate powders requires all the ingredients be on the Lookout for the compounds pure cream of tartar and the best that can be made A AT- HUDSONVILLE Owen Willhoit Ends Life of Ova Carmen With PistolVictim Dies Almost InstantlyI j I SpecialAnother Hudsonville last Saturday afternoon Owen Willhoit of Hardin county fired three shots from a pistol into the body of Ova Cur men after a short quarrel Carmen died within five minutes after be ing shot Willhoit came hero Sun upHechargeI NOTHING BUT BARGAINS Shapinsky Bros Batteries Are Firing Shot High Prices Specials Week Only 4Ladies everI Corduroy anywhereWo dayCorduroy Neckwear- We CloverportIf SHAPINSKY DUNCAN WNEELER 9Couple approaching Breckenridge opportunity markably traordinarily Breckenridge permanent Store Avoid alumand alum baking The label law that named labels alum onlyRoyalbaking powder FATAL SHOOTING Still Hot Into Our Line Famous Fitrite Clothes everywhere Ladies Cloaks fashionable and ladies this store This cloak must One childrens 125 Ladies Shoes havent got Shoe line isnt having Our something HamiltonBrown 150 pair- Reduced shoes and children amining trial will held next Monday Mercer Mercer his attorneys and have entered a plea of not guilty for himhe claim lug selfjdefencelt seems that Will hoit came who sitting on the porch of Jno Comers Store and asked him if he had him a certain vile name Carmen asked him who told him so and Willhoit told him that himself said it Carmen then said that could consider that he had said it After a few more Will bolt walked off is said that Car men followed him with an open knife held a threatening manner and that Willhoit andshot him Coroner Lee Bishop called Hudsonvillo and he held an inquest over remains The returned a verdict ac cordance with the facts J D Louisville of Are their tit and finish the quality of goods they made of and the low price they at Youre never so well dressed as when you wearing a suit of the famous Fitrito clothes They wear the longest have the proper hang and never lose their shape who set the fashion praise the Fitrite clothes above all others in point of style and fit You want to dress Well fit yon up at very small cost For the really smart in cloaks you should come to Ladies Gray Cloak 350 be seen to bo ap tire lot of cloaks at What we in the for the ladies worth prices on them are to wonder at Ladies Shoes per prices on all for ladies misses be are they up to Carmen was called he he words It in turned was to the jury in Brashear has returned front noted for are sell are Those up elated Overcoats Keep yourself warm this winter by purchasing an overcoat from us at Rntallcost One lot mens blue and black overcoats in all sizes at 400 The better qualities proportion These overcoats are thelatest out Mens Shoes One lot of Freidmans and HamiltonBrown Shoes 298 One lot of Mens Shoes as long as they last at 100 We have the most complete line of rubber boots and shoes in pnirfor CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY ri IIu r w 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY OCTOBER 24 1906 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D BABBA9E SONS Publlihlne Co Iflsued Every Wednesday Subscription Price tloo a year or fl35 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 tnU per line Money In advance KxMnlnn the label on your paper It It Is tot correct please notify as When ordering a chanjte In the address ntecrlber should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1906 For Congress nON DEN JOHNSON IRVINGTON Mrs Bert Cunningham of Che nault Indiana is the guest of her daughter Mrs W B Gardner Mr Fred S Chamberlain and wife of Cleveland Ohio are visitors of Mr andMrs C L Chamber lain for an indifinite time Mrs L B foremen and son Louis Bennett left Tuesday for Medford Oklahoma for a visit to her husband Dr L B Moreman Mrs Lewis celebrated her eight ieth birthday a t the home of her daughter Mrs Kate Bennett la st Sunday Mrs Arthur Williamsof Owensboro and Mrs L B More men of Irvington were the visit guestsMrs Nevitt spent several days in Louisville last week visit iting her daughter Mary who is going to school there S It Payne has moved his family into the vacant house of Gardiners on Maple St D C Heron left Sunday for Louisville on a business trip Mrs WUl1enIIly nee Bessie Lewis of Andraconda Montana and sister Miss Bertha Lewis of Brandenburg are visitors of J M Herrendon and wife for several daysMrs P McCoy has a complete line of fall hats and the latest things in millin try Call and see her Jerry Keith of Hodgenville left Friday for Kansas city after a few days visit to G T Marshall and wife Miss Ola Smith arrived Thurs day from Bowling Green where she has been employed in the Cumberland exchange Fred Alsip of Hawesville spent TERRIBLE ECZEMA ON LITTLE BOY 1 Mouth and Eyes Covered With Crusts Face Itched Most Fear fullyHands Pinned Down to Prevent Scratching MIRACULOUS CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES S II When mj little bo jr was six months old he had eczema The sores extended to quickly over the whole body that we at once called In the doctor We then went to another doctor but he could not help him and In our despair we went to a third one Matters became so bad that he had regular holes in his cheeks large enough to put a finger into The food had to be given with a spoon for his mouth was eorsred with crusts as thick as a finger and whenever he opened the mouth they began to bleed and suppurate as eyeIfandsback in short the whole body was covered over and over We had no rest by day or night Whenever he was laid in his bed we had to pin his hands down otherwise ne wouldAiroNwHoimTH scratch his face and make an open sore I think his face must fearfullyII could help and I had made up my mind to send my wife with the child to Europe hoping that the sea air might cure him otherwise he was to be Butfud we soon saw a miracle A friend of ours withCuticurawithin ten days or two weeks we noticed a decided improvement Just as quickly as the sickness had appeared it also began to dis appear and within ten weeks the child was absolutely well and his skin was smooth and white as never before F Hohrath President MeturersJune 6 1005 South Bethlehem Pa Cuticura Soap Ointment sod Pllli re wld throughout the world lotl Drug SChemCorpotarroQnodoo teldtal11edi nI 1ior to Cantor thsbi Sunday visiting friends hero Mrs B T Gilliland of Nash ville Tennessee came Sunday for a visit to her sister Mrs T N McGlothlanFrank Peake of King wood gave an entertainment at the public school house last Satur day evening The Irvingtoi people were much delighted witl him and wish that wo could hay more affairs like that Miss Irene Simm spent Satur day and Sunday in Louisville the guest of her parents R S Bandy will spend this week in ITurdinsburg attending courtMiss Bettie Lloyd returned to Louisville Monday after a three weeks visit to her cousin Mrs G N Lyddan Dont fail to note the great de mand at the poultry house for all kinds of fowles between now anc ThanksgivingJames and wife will leave about the 1st of November for Medford Oklohoma to make il their future home Miss Nannie Cowley returned Sunday from Morganfield where she has been the guest of her sister for two weeks See Mrs McCoy for uptodate pat hatsMrs G N Lyddan andchildren left Monday for Elizabethtown to make a visit of several weeks Cliff Mattingly of Axtel was the guest of his daughter Miss Mary Joe last week for a few daysProf Adams of Kingwoodat the request of Rev Wilson delivered a line sermon last Sunday evening at the Methodist church Miss Ellen Ahl of Hardins burg is the guest of Miss Kuth Miller for the present William Davis of Missouri is visiting his nephew Jim Javrett for a week Evan Pusy has returned to Chicago Illinois after a ten days visit to the Munford home Something new in the millinery line every week at Mrs McCoys TO CURT A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVEBHOMO Quinine Tablets DruLTelsU refund mocey if It tails to cure E W alCOVES signature is on eac hbox5- cBEWLEYVILLE Mrs J A Witt and children of Webster are the guests of T H Payne and family Robert Triplett and family are down from Louisville to spend the winter with his father T J Triplett II C Barnes and Ben Stith spent Friday and Saturday at Elizabethtown attending the Teacheis1 Association K M Blanford left Wednesday for Mississippi where he has a school for the winter News was received here Saturday of the death of Miss Alma Orendorf at Clifton Mills Miss Orendorf was a frequent visitor in this community and has a number of friends here who will regret to hear of her death Miss Minnie Walker was in Lou isville last week visiting friends- G G Morrison and Floyd Dowell were in Louisville several days last week on business Miss Clara Board of Stiths Vnlley spent Saturday and Sun lay with Sallio Anderson Miss Beulah Payne was at home from her school Saturday and Sunday Miss Lula Nunnelly of Louis ville came down last week to visit Mrs C1I Drury for several weeksMrs I M P Payne returned from Jlardinsburg Saturday Minor Payne and wife wero at Hardin burg Monday on business UllmourSkillman- Invitations have been received here to the wedding of Miss Mary Gilmour and James Robert Skill man to take place on the evening of Thursday the lirst of Novem bor at half after eight oclock Tho marriage ceremony will be in the Fourth Street Presbyterian church Owensboro Ky RjIBMlmi A BUSINESS PROPOSITIONIs What You Are Looking For and Is What We Are Trying To Show You No chain is stronger than its weakest link and no business is good which does not carry the best goods for the money the goods all the way through the stock that they use as an advertis ing catch s tW General Merchandise is what we advertise and General Merchand ise is what we will show I you and sell you too if you will give us the chance In quality strictly uptodate and prices every way commensurate with the Iin goodsII I i Winter Goods at Present a General Specialty rt IRayCrepe Flannels 15c per yard Olympia plaid Dress Ginghams lOc per yd fS Clinton Crepe Plaids and mercerized Novelties lli 20c and 25c per yard Woolen finished ombreeffect plaids 25c flii per yardHenriettas t and Brillianteens 30c and 60c per yard Our line of black dress goods in the latest weaves and styles in prices from 18c to 100 tW per yard BROAD CLOTHS in gray black red and tW plaids 52 inches wide at 100 and 125 per yd SHOES OF WHICH YOU NEVER TIRE though they wear equal to and are the best for the money If you want an A 1 Brogan Shoe ask for Mlour No 403 or Benefit at 175 or our Storm W King at 190- TwentyMl years practical test crowns our W Honest Mike Boot king of all 425 values bootJALadies Shoes Clothing Uptode IIIn in general merchandise are in the lead and investigation will prove that our ads are presentation the stock have on Ladies or gentlemen you up for the in neat and attractive Iat to all truly I B F BEARD CO BlfLWBjaJj liJ iMiIlIBJJ TARFORK T H Chancellor and family visited Mrs Will Mason Pisgah the latter part of last weekSince last writing the Stork visited Rev and Mrs C L Goff and left them a 9J pound girl ElizabethEli of Glendcaae moved his family to this and will as as the house is vacated occupy the L C Taul propertyMr Potts and wife of McQuady visited their son Vest in Cloverport from Wednesday until Friday of last week It has been fivo years since Mrs Potts had been able to go that far Her health is much but she is yet unable to walk a step Mrs Thos H Bates has been absent for five weeks with re lathes in Daviess County Miss Maggio Keenan who has been very low with typhoid fever is thought to be doing nicely Mrs O W Rico went to sew Is Your- Hcifr Sick Thats tao bad We had no ticed was looking pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a per fect hair tonic The hair stops coming grows faster keeps soft and smooth Ayers Hair Vigor cures sick hair makes it strong and healthy- The best kind of a testimonialOJ Sold for ove sixty year Made O Ayer Co Lowell Mass Also minuftotureri or 9 SARSAPARilLA avers PILLS CHERRY PECTORAL Hardinsburg lust week to spend a few days with her sister Mrs Buck Bowman Miss Mary Jackson has gone a ten months term at Bethloham school in Hardin County Miss Irene Robbins is on the sickI list CJA T cBXAYou Hate AIwanBouth tund1l HARDINSBURG Mrs Percy M Beardspent several days of last week in Louis ville visiting relatives Tho Rev Brandon preached tho first sermons of the conference year at the M E church South Sunday He delivered excellent discourses to large congregations Judge H Doll Moorman Mon roe Gable of Evansville Dr E P Taylor of Owonsboro and Roy E Moorman were tho guests of Mr and Mrs W R Moorman at Glen deane Sunday- T J Moore went to Louisville SaturdayC spent Sunday in LouisvilleWinfield Tucker who has been living in Illinois tho past two years returned homo week He says Kentuckians are the best people on earth Joseph Ballof Birmingham Ala is hero a ten days visit to his Mrs Rebecca MC Gary Ho says Birmingham ison- a I lig boom Mr William Brown and wifo and Mrs Frank Stiff of Rhodelia in the city Monday on business before the county court Jesse Whitworth and Abo Mea dor attended Grand Lodge in Louisville last week Born tothe wife of R O Penick Oct 15 a girl Tho will of the lato Edward Payne was probated in the county court last Monday Frank Fraizo of Cloverport was Tested and tried quality and wear de scribes our 4 00 Warmack are a specialty with us and our Oueen Quality 3 shoe our greatest 2 shoe and our Family and Hickory 175 are simply VALUE RE CEIVED for every dollar spent in their purchase te Stock complete ask to see our 1 50 Cor duroy pants its a winner SPECIAL VALUES in thirty Suits sizes 35 to fourbutton sack in solids and mixr1t tures reduced prices Our regular line in mens and boys suits including a general variety of colors weaves and styles in prices from 6 to 16 anything we to you Isimply a public of we always hand l let us fit winter goods stylish prices favorable concerned Yours very mDI M IMj Mr and near our neighborhood soon improved it out for for last for mother wore 40 at in town Monday The Robinson Amusement Co will give a Street Fair and Car nival here from Wednesday Oct 31 to Nov3 next It comes well recommendedand will doubtless draw largo csowd of people- R H Penick of Custer is visit ing Mr R O Penick and wife Tho Railroad has commenced work on the now depot It will contain two waiting rooms a freight room and an office and will bo located immediately south of the present depot The building will probably be ready for oc cupancy in six weeks Houses in this town are in strong demand One day last week three men were trying to rent and all of them failed to find one t Symsonla Ky March 80 1003 Dr EW HaJJ St Louis Mo De SlrI would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in thIs neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given np to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place BO I Would be pleased to hear from you con cerning the agency as soon as possible Ed Draffen 1 Symsonia Ky A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Ureat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel onres diabetes semianal emissions wear and lame backs rheuinatismand all Irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women reglates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect care Dr E W Hall Solo Manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Bend for test moninls Sold bvall druggIstS Henderson Route Notes Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Colonist rats to California andVNorthweet Feb 15 to April 7 and ep 15 to Oct 81 1906 IIARDINSBURG III KENTUCKY ra S1 10 to 9 Cloverport Ball Team Wins Game From Dukes Last Sunday One of the most interesting games of ball that has been played on the local ball diamond in many days was the game between Cloverport and Dukes on last Sunday which resulted in a vic tory for Cloverport by a score of 10 to 9 The game was closely contested throughou- tBatteriesCloverportt Bell and Hook Dukes Jarnoo Wheat ley Beavin Her Husbands Life Was Saved by Sloan Liniment Dirs jula Coleman Butch Ga writes to My husbands life was saved twice with your Nerve and Bone Liniment fjonce with la grippe and once kidney colic We cannot praise your Liniment enough Are Doing Well G N Lyddan had 45 heifers spayed Oct 20 weighing from 650 to 950 pounds and reports them all doing well Dr George H Woolfolk a prominent veterinarian of Louisville did the work I LE ROY POWS dralwnEasylyHold- s EasTheyTa StoDYTneyNot the cheapest but the best lIIado byLa lowsforCOLUMBUS HOTEL JUNE ELDER Prop 115 to 119 Frederica Street Owensboro Ky Open day and night Rates 8100 per i a PARK BALSAClFramoui a InxurUnt sjn BeforelairCOM Ktlp dliMMi hilt McandUXUt 1 c r Th I THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYt OCTOBER 24 1906 5 Tutts Pills FOR TORPID LIVER A torpid Over deranges the wltole gytUm sad produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu KMtism Sallow Skin and Piles There to BO better remedy for these cswraon diseases than DR TUTT proviTake LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Florrie Hardin is here from lilt Mrs James Skillman is in Louisville Miss Verna Ryan of Tobinsport was here last week Mrs Leon McGavock will go to Evansville today All kinds roofing and Roof Paints at Gregory Cos Cloverport Fred Alsip of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Josephine Berry Sunday P David Duncan of Brandenburg was here Sunday Miss Grace Ferry was here from Lou isville last week Dr S B Adkisson of Webster was here Saturday Miss Dee Basbam came here from Skillman Sunday For good bread try a sack of Lewis port flour for sale by J R Williams Otto Fallen was at home Sunday from CosmosdaleGet roofing from Gregory Co CloverportMiss Bowmer is visiting in HawesvilleThe daughter of Mrs Ridge has been quite ill this week Mrs Chas Hook has been 111 for the past week- Mrslohn Gibson is quite ill at her home near town Mrs Beanie Flood of Apache Okla and Mrs N T Basham of Stephens port were here Saturday Miss Patrick and Miss Agres of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs Hovious Behen Mrs Frank Steini and children of Pittsburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs L T Reid Mr and Mrs John Warfield were the rguests of Mrs Frank Fraize Saturday and Sunday Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville Is the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Fraize If bread is the staff of life make it good by using Lewisport flour You will find it at O Connells Mrs T B Young of Juorganffeld is here on a visit to her daughter Mrs C B SkillmanMr Conrad has been confined to hit home from illness for the past weekConrad SiJpells the shoe matt He carries the best line ever brought to Sloverport David May and E H Breidenbach and wife of Owensboro spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Chas May Mr and Mrs E L Marlow of Monterey are visiting Mrs Marlows par ents at Patesvilie Geo JarBtfe has gone to El Paso Texas to visit his daughter Mrs R M RigdonConrad Sippets Eclipse brand of Shoes are the best sellers For style wear and comfort they cannot be beat The News office is in receipt of a cobyof Websters International Diction 0ary The edition has been thoroughly SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convalescent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle Itfeeds the nerves strengthens I the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT ft BOWNE ChemIsts 4OD415 Pearl Street New York JK sad fLOO all druggUt k reedited to meet every requirement It is qeing praised everywhere for its thoroughness Every one should have a I copy of this the latest unabridged dic tionaryI a complete livery and feed business for sale and will rent the best stable in the county forf15 per month Morrison Calhoon dentists office downstairs 205 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky Capt and Mrs J H Rowland will give a dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan Have you tried that Lewisport flour yeU Every sack guarenteed you will find it at 0 Councils Cos Miss Kathrine Moorman will he hos teas to the young Girls club this after noonO W Holder of StLouis was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Bohler Sunday Mts Young of Morganfield is the guest of her daughter Mrs Chas B SkillmanMisses Edith and Eunice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind are the guests of Capt and Mrs J H Rowland Call on Mrs J M Cordrey for any thing in the millinery line She has a large line to select from at the right pricesWhen you are in need of a qualityof flour that will give you entire satisfaction in your bread and pastry cooking Call for Lewisport Flour at Wcatherholts The anthens rendered by the choir at the Methodist churcn Sunday under the direction of Mr A H Murray were exceedingly beautiful Miss Lela W Henley matron of the Confederate Home Pewee Valley is visiting Dr and Mrs R L Newsom this week Miss Goering and Miss Black of Hawesville and Mr Weaver of Cannel ton were the guests of Miss Mamie De Haven Saturday Capt Rowland has returned home from Paducah with his sister Mrs Annie Newman who will make her home with him Special one way second crass Colo nist rates West and Southwest Nov 20 Dec 4 and 18 1906 Jan 1 and 15 Feb 5 and 119 March Sand 19 07 Mrs J M Cordtey is carrying an ex ceptionally fine line of millinery this season Her prices or all goods are low enough to be within reach of all I have positively the very best bright red roof and barn paint ever offered to the trade It is the only paint for pre serving iron steel or tin No poison no washing off no coloring of the water Can be used for anypurpose SAWYERBANNON Cupid Leads Popular Young Couple To Marriage Altar This morning at ten oclock Mr Jona than J Sawyer and Miss Monie Bannon were married at the home of the brides parents in Eddyville Ky Miss Bannon is the daughter of Mr arid Mrs E G Bannon She is a love ly young woman and has many friends here having visited her aunt Mrs Wm Mullen quite frequently- Mr Sawyer is the son of Mrs Fran cis Sawyer and is a popular engineer on the Henderson Route Thoy will take a trip north and will visit Mr Sawyers sister Mrs Lloyd at Columbus Ohio after which they will be at home in this city Worsham The following invitations has been received in this city Mr and Mrs Jefferson Davis Ham belton request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Marion Vance to Mr Ludson Woribam on Wednesday the thirtyfirst of Oc tober nineteen hundred and six at half past twelve oclock atSjlE Oak street in the city of Louisville Miss Hatnbelton is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Jefferson Davis Ham bleton formerly of Henderson who are now residiug in Louisville THE STREET FAIR Will Show In Cloverport Two More DaysFriday and Saturday The success met with by the Robinson Amusement Co on last week has encouraged them to give two more performances an Friday and Saturday of this week The Fair is giving several good shows Lenora attracted good crowds as did the Southern Georgia Minstrels and they delighted the audiences There are several other features well worth seeing HAS STOOD THBTEST 23 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure PO pay SOc I UNITED BRETHREN To Erect Church at Tar Springs Thanksgiving Day Services The members of the United Brethren faith are completing ar mngements for building a church at Tai Springs The edifice will be 50x32 feet in dimensions The greater part of the money necessary for the new building has already been subscribed Workmen are now busily en gaged getting out rock for the foundation The corner stone will be laid on Thanksgiving when appropriate services will be held Thechurch now has fifty six members and services are being held in a private residence 1000 Reward Write to J M Quinn Manager Commonwealth Lire Insurance Company 308 West Chestnut St Louisville Ky for information about Agency Con tracts and the new policy of the Com monwealthBuild an income for later years by connecting yourself with this splendid institution Experience in Life Insur ance not necessary If you are a hustler honest and sober you will lose nothing by investigation and it might be a turning point in your business history which would finally put you on easy street DEATH OF MRS MARILU LAW Mother of Air C S Lamb of This City Dies at Rome Ind Mrs Morilla Lamb died at her home at Rome Ind on last Thursday Oct 18 aged seventy six years She was the mhtoer of Mossrs C S Lamb of this city and II M Lamb of Tobinsport Ind Several other children sur viveMrs Lamb was well known in Breckenridge county where she had many relatives and friends She had frequently visited In the county Danger From The Plague plaguepft 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 qnicHy 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 50c an1100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Trial bottle free The Philosopher Sport A balloon trip gives one a sense of utter and complete stillness and also a beautifully serene feeling of aloof ness from men antf tiresome matters a contempt for the puniness of earth and an unbounded sense of sociability and camaraderie with those with whom one Is basketed aloft In those few squarer feet of wicker It Is a philosophers Joy ballooning the sport of the scientific and the Idea that it provides a new thrill or curdles tho blood of jaded and sinful butterflies may be good enough for the halfpenny press but not for the wiseacres of the Aero club Bystander IThe new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stapifytng or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as male for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutelysafe 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 cheer fully recommend and sell it Severs Drag Cu This Wn In 1824 English opinion of the United States In 1824 from the standpoint of the fashionable London set Is shown In the extract from the correspondent of John Whishaw You must have read some time since In tho papers of a few young fashionables Mr Stanley Lord Der bys grandson Messrs Wortley and 3onlson ministerial members and La jouchero a nephew of Mr paring having stilled for New York with the Intention of making a tour of tho United States The scheme was thought very wild and much disap proved of by the west end of tho town and were universally predictedi O a z AYou Hate Atari Btwht mact d I IAI Positive CURE CATARRH I Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed Civet Rilltf at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmemb- orne It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the I Head stores FEVER Taste cts at Drug gfcU 10 cts by mail Ely New York DENTISTSHAY ENE 7 I or i OF OWENSBORO Will be In Cloverport on the 12th 13th and lcth ot each month Dr Llghtfoots office f W Will be In Hardlnsburg on the IMI 19th 20th and 21st of each M ft mont h Dr Incheloes office JrIW We are in Clover lb port every day tomI guarantee every pair of glasses we sellJ I Satisfaction Im or your money back SEVERS DRUG g W- 13Wants COrr riJ It p I i1 r r hhWHEN YOU WRITE MENTION THE NEWS Advertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week WAKEN UllIIack young horse with saddle on Monday came to my house IttJthimKyLOSTBunch ot yellow and white tickets between Hardlnsliuric and Cloverport Monday evening Return to Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co at Uurdlnshurg or Cloverport and receive reward I FOR HALE Two cows both given plenty milk John Welsenburg Cloverport Ky I KM SALE OU RENT FOR BALE UR RENTtiy farm of 209 acres mile and a halt from Hardlnsburg preferredWriteTcalT CloverportKyMain Street Louisville Ky WANTED HUH TIMBER WANTEOlIub timber For particulars und prices address Huwes vllle Hub and Mfg Co Huwvsvllle Ky TRACTION ENGINE FOR SALE18Horso Power Traction En Just as new Address liawesvhllecfublandRMrF Co Hawesville Iy poll SALEI Cloverportly- WANTEDGentleman arms Adkisson Uros A or lady with good by rail or with rig for a firm of 125000000 capital Salary II 07200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stump Jos A Alexander Cloverport K y Foil SALEA tuition certificate In the Green Business College Breck cnrldice News FOR SALElOO acres or land laying on the railroad near Kirk 100 iicres cleared six In woodland Good burn 18 acres In meddow SpUndld land for tobacco corn or wheat 1rlce tl500 cash For further particulars write thu llrcckenrldxe News Cloverport Ky- WANTEDTo trade fruittrees for lumber on I no O linbbugu Clo verport Ky SALEA Singer Machine In good re pair for 18 News olllcu Cloverport Ky FOIL BALE A Largo size Websters Diction OOlceCloverportIy WANTEDDy Chicago wholesale and mail assistant manager manor woman for this county und adjoinIng territory Salary 20 and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No Investment or ex perience required Spare time valuable Write uuonco for full purtlcularsand cnclosc- selfliddressed envelope Address OENEH- AL MANAGER 134 K Lake St Chicago FOR SALE I PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes I lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline KnRlnes MAUTIN GABLE Sin 3rd Street Louisville Ky A Sensitive Canine Baxter That dog of yours Is not a full blooded Boston terrier Is he Blx by Uush old chap dont let him hear you Ho thinks ho IsWomans Home Companion Every one sings as ho has the gift and mqrrlcs as he has the the Portuguese luckFromII r MEET ME AT NOLTES i Our Exhibit of the Fall Sty es IIof QUEEN QUALITY Shoes I Now dis Ready i The display is instructive as an exhibit of the correct shoe fashions which every mI- 1m body will later be wearing therefore would request the favor of your weIItion entirely regardless of whether 1m desire to buy or not IW1 gemphasizeg t lb by themselves Let us show them Iclass IIPrice 300 350 and 400 KyLjIjml a Cadick Milling Co for pleases the t tt 1 W + The issued jf statement of business month of and j ft increase in number of is shown as follows 4 Number subscribers September 1st 1906 157439 Number added during month 4792 S Number discontinued 2826 increase M Total subscribers September 29 1906 159405 r r t No Just tell us how much Lumber you need We have kinds of Fra ming material choice Poplar and Walnut is ready for you Thats the thing were unable to get so quick before Let us have your or der today Your House Barn or Stable may need repairs REMEMBER US Weatherholt KyII 10qsr In Honor of Harold Murray Mrs A H Murray gave a surprise party last night in honor of her son Harold Murray to celebrate his seven teenth birthday andNo Pill 1 hi aspleaeant positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladles and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect wnile strong people BUY they are the beet liver pills sold by all druggists Take I Seven la post 12 months TUs 1 v Hii S You Will Do- an extra amount of baking the fall entertaining You are anxious that the result should be satisfactorya little better than the ordinaryLet help you by urging you to try a sack of CADICKSGOLD FLOUR Its the Flour that the Flour that never fails Flour that good livers provide and enjoy 11Grandview I TELEPHONE GROWTH Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has its for the September the the subscribers m Net 1966 Waiting Here all you Seaton Cloverport Sold Laxative Quinine Tablets sold Signature r Hello Central Give Me 193 i Winn Bros Meat Market Nice Young Tender Meal Always on hand Say give us YourNext NextOrder and see if we do not please youiI WINN BROS- Cloverport Ky Grant Severs Mr and Mrs C C Grant of Iodiburt Kyannounce the marriage of their Daughter Gola Louise to Mr Grover Lawrence Severs of Union Star Ky on Sunday Oct 2S nineteen hundred and six at 3 oclock P M at the home oljthe brides parents Mr Severs is a son of Mr and Mrs J P Severs of near Union Star and is one of Brecken ridge countys most promising young youngladyand has many friend i t To Cure a Cold in One Day Bromo MMoaioxes hues Crip la Two Days on every bcx 25c V t rlfc v- t 6 THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORT KYM OCTOBER 241906 t r Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor in when the kidneys are out of older or diseased Kidney trouble become so that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted weak kidneys If child urinates too if the urine scaldS the flesh or It when the child reaches an when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend It the cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRoot Is realized It is sold by druggists fifty tent and one dollar I sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall and cheerfulness soon disappear has prevalent with the often age upon the due mis soon free also pamphlet tell nom of SnmpRoot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer fie Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mlstakobnt remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y Is on every bottle 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 I it I needlesslyYou make it earn for you 4I 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 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 at Druggists Sample free Address The R Paxton Co Boston Mass PISO S CURE FOR IsIsI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Bt Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use in tme Sold by druegists CONSUMPTION j RSSoltBITTERS otoTHce Looted Paducah Ky Oct 15 The post office at Vyckllffe 30 miles from here was burglarized Entrance was ef fected at the back door the safe was blown and about 400 In money and stamps secured INDIANS DEFIANT Governor of Wyoming May Call For Troops to Handle Them Washington Oct 16 Governor Brooks of Wyoming was practically notified by Secretary Hitchcock that be can secure tho assistance of United States troops for the removal1 of renegade Ute Indians whose home is In Utah If ho so deslros There are about 300 of the Indians encamped near Gillette in the northwestern corner of the state and the governor telegraphed the secretary that they are drinking Insulting the people and stealing He added that they defied a local police officer und he suggested that iterldiH trouble In certain unless prompt action IU taken Yon may be just us skeptical and pessimistic ns yon please Kodol will1 digest what yon eat whether you eat or not Yon can put your food in a bowl ponr a little Kodol Dyspepsai ore on it and it will digest it th I sane as it will in your stomaon It eatXelp but cure Indigestion an- D vlteiQla It Is curing Hundreds andI th some had faith and someI didp ld by all duggistst- I A+ A WEEKS HAPPENINGS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Peabody Tells Why Hindman Was Let OutCharges of Cruelty at State Asylum Result In Indictments by the Grand Jury Frankfort Ky Oct 17 Charles A Peabody president of the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York appeared before the commlslsoner of in surance H R Prewitt and denied charges that his company violated the law In reference to the approaching election of trustees of thecompany- and that Intimidation ana coercionIwere practiced to influence the company into soliciting the ticket known as the administra tion ticket As to the charge that ho dismissed Discos Hindman of Louis yule state agent for Kentucky because he stood for election on the pol icyholders ticket Peabody said Hind man assured him that he had not ac cepted the nomination and that therefore the company did not discharge Hindman for that reason Peabody stated that Hindman openly and avowedly attacked the integrity of the man agement that his position was not consistent with a proper performance of his duties as an Insurance manager and that it was for this reason Hind man was dismissed Claimed Drafts Are Bogus Philadelphia Oct 17 On the charge of passing bogus drafts on the First National bank of Lexington Ky In purchasing two automobiles from Philadelphia firms a man who gave his name as J C Knowles Sr and who claims to live In the west was are rested hero as he was about to board a train for New York Knowles with two other men came to this city about 10 days ago and registered at a hotel His companions gave the names of J C Knowles Jr and J T Coudall of New York Knowles Sr bought two automobiles giving on account two drafts on the Lexington bank one for 442 and the other for 500 The com panions of Knowles Sr disappeared and were arrested in Lancaster Pa Shot by a Woman Covington Ky Oct 15 Determined to kill Dr Fred W Kelthoff a physician Mrs Ada Mahaffey 38 of Latonia Ky carried out her threats by mortally wounding him The shoot ing occurred at the home of Walter Inger The house overlooks the Lick- Ing river and is a lonely spot known as Oklahoma Kolthoff Is a frail man He went to the Unger house to collect rent Mrs Mnhnffey was there at the time and on learning Kolthoff was there she came from another room to the door where the physician and Mrs Unger were talking Kolthoff was making some change In money when suddenly Mrs Mahaffey drew a gun and fired three shots at the doctor Missing Mans Mother Dead Lexington Ky Oct 15 Informa tion was received here announcing the death of Mrs David Chenault at Hen dersonvllle N C and also revealed that her son Walter Chenault formerly an employe of the Lexington Bank and Trust company suddenly disap peared from this city several days ago Young Chenault left a note to one of his relatives that he had de tided to see the world Efforts are being made to notify him of his moth ers death Mrs Chenault was the widow of Professor David Chenault formerly of Louisville Three Trains In a Wreck Louisville Ky Oct t1 Engineer W M Dobson of Lexington Ky was fatally injured and four other train men hurt In a wreck which piled up three freight trains near London Ky 10 miles east of Louisville Tho wreck occurred on the track of the L N but all the injured wore Chesapeake Ohio employes that road using the L N tracks A C 0 freight train doubleheader ran Into the rear end of an L N freight train and another L N freight train a few minutes later ran into the wreck Asylum Attendants Held Lexington Ky Oct liAs are sult of an investigation by the state board of control In the asylum and prison of charges that Fred Kottorer a patient had been murdered by at tendants the grand Jury returned three Indictments here Fred P Harris one of the accused was at once arrested but the others whose names the court would not permit to be pub lished until arrests are made are yet to be located Life Saved by Juror Salyersvllle Ky Oct I5In Ma goffin county circuit court Will Press Dyer charged with killing Cleveland Arnett was sentenced for life Eleven Jurors were for hanging but the other Juror did not believe in capital pun- Ishment During this term of court here four murder cases have been tried In which two were convicted gettlngllfo sentences In each instance Died of Fright HInton W Va Oct 13Mrs E S Dunn wife of a Raleigh merchant died as the result of a fright Her lit tie daughter attempted to recover a bucket she dropped Into a pigpen 1when one of the animals attacked the child The mother drove tho pig away before It seriously harmed tho girl 1Destructive Fire whichtThedloss was estimated at over 100000 The county Jail was saved after a score or more prisoners had been lib erated Cause of the fire is not known 0 04 0 1 POVERTY A DISEASE I The neinlt of Had Living Had Think Inir and of Sinning- A large part of the poverty of the world Is a disease the result of centuries of bad living bad thinking and of sinning We know that poverty Is an abnormal condition because It does not fit any human beings constitution It contradicts the promise und the prophecy of the divine in man There are plenty of evidences that abundance of nil that Is good was mans Inheritance that If he claims It stout ly and struggles persistently toward It he will gain it The fact Is that a large part of the poverty of the world Is due to down right laziness shiftlessness an unwillingness to make the effort to fight for n competence It does not matter how much ability one may have It be does not have the Inclination and the enerpy to use It it will atrophy Last ness will ruin the greatest genius It would kill the ambition of an Alexan der or a Napoleon No gift or talent Is great enough to withstand It The love of ease has wrecked moro careers than anything else except dissipation and laziness and vice usually go together They are twins There are certain traits of a strong character which are incompatible with preventable poverty Self reliance and a manly Independence are foundation stones In strong characters We often find them largely developed In tho man who Is poor in spite of all his ef forts to get away from his poverty who Is the victim of misfortune and disasters which he could not control But the man who Is poor because ho has lost his courage his faith In him self or because he Is too lazy to pay the price for a competence lacks these qualities and Is so much less n man lIe Is a weak character compared with the tuna who has developed powerful mental nUll moral muscle In his ener getic persistent efforts to gain a com petence and to make the most of him self When you make up your mind that you are done with poverty forever that you will have nothing more to do with It that you are going to erase every traccof It from your dress your talk your actions your home that you are going to show the world your real mettle that you are no longer going to pass for a failure that you have set your face persistently toward better i things n competence1 an Independence anti that nothing on earth can turn you I from your resolution you will bo amitxed to see what a recnforclng lower will come to you from this increased confidence and self respect The most dangerous thing about pov erty Is that Its victims often become reconciled to It and take It for granted that It Is their fate Because they cannot keep up appearaces and live lathe same style as their more wealthy neighbors poor people often become discouraged and do not try to make the best of what they have They do not put their best foot forward and endeavor with all their might to throw off the evidences of poverty If there Is anything that paralyzes power It Is the effort to reconcile ourselves to our unfortunate environment instead of regarding It as abnormal and trying to get away front ItSuccess Hebrew Poetry In KnmeNt Hebrew poetry has power over our feelings because it Is always In dead earnest There Is no play acting here When one sees or reads Hamlet or Macbeth or King Lear one Is absorbed in the distress nud suffering but behind the absorption Is tho sense of detachment from real affairs Uncon sciously wo feel that we can afford to take part by Imagination In the sutTer hag because after all It Is not real To understand ami appreciate the poetry of the Oid Testament one must remember that It Is always real The sufferings or the joy or the faith Is the experlnce of roil men uttering forth the depths of their soul The poetry had always tlC direct and prac tlCul puriMMo of unburdening real feel lug There is no make believe here Even In Job the apparent form of a dm inn Is the thinnest of masks for tho deep and real feelings which lie under neath This hook is not nu effort of tho author to Imagine how such n man us Job suffering such trials would have felt but rather the expression of actual distress over the hopeless plight of his people The mental tortures under which Job writhes are therefore those of real poople In real and borrowing perplexity and the overwhelming pow er of the answer of the Almighty the direct witness of a faith which could not be daunted by the most grievous trlalsJ II Gardiner In Atlantl IlallUka and Dragon 1 One of time peculiarities of the an cleat writers on natural history Sub jects was the Implicit faith which they placed In the genuineness of the vari ous basilisk and dragon stories which were told to them Brunetto for an1t Instance to the point relates with all soberness that the basilisk Is the king of serpents He wears a white crest upon his head and such Is the abun dance of his venom that the air is poisoned wherever this dire reptile passes Trees in which he makes hla home exhale such a poisonous odor that birds In flying over are so over come with It that they fall to the ground dead The dragon says the same au thor Hlis the very largest of serpents and Inhabit especially India and Ethl pla When he flies out of tho cavernn In which be makes his home ho furS rows the air with such violence as to make It gleam with fire Ills mouth Ir imall and he has not the power to in flict deadly wounds with his teetb In his tall however his power lies tad with It he can Instantly Btranglr Ihe largest elephant EXPLOSION STARTS FIRE Five Lives Were Lost and There IIs a Long List of Injured Celina 0 Oct 18 Five persons were killed and about 100 Injured by a gasoline explosion in the Melnerdlng dry goods and hardware store at Fort Recovery In this county The dead Miss Cleo Wteis 23 Henry Lammer 23 Joseph Roesner 45 Charles Wag ner 40 all employes In Melnerdlngs store The most seriously injured are John McMuller leg almost torn from body can not live Mrs John McMul ler badlyI cut on right side D Kidder Salordonla Ind I eg broken Henry Claughman and Mrs George Record badly bruised The others were only slightly injured by flying glass The explosion was at the rear of the Meinerdlng store where Charles Wag ner was supposed to have been at the time What caused the explosion is tot known Fire followed and the en tire town on the west side was soon ablaze Calls for help were sent out in all directions and firemen from Portland id Coldwater and Henry 0 helped get the fire under control The following buildings were totally destroyed by the explosion and fire Meinerdlng store Journal printing of fice owned by A A Kolp Helby sa loon Bank of Fort Recovery Sny ders livery barn B W Roops rest dence barn and blacksmith shop Morvellus opera house and Home Tel ephone exchange All the window glass In Fort Recovery was broken The loss can not be estimated but it will run into the thousands Blood Poisoning results from cbronic constipatJcnvhcJ is quietly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They remove all poisonous germs frcm the system and infuse new life and vigor cure sour stomach tinusin head ache dizziness and colic without grip lug or discomfort 2Ge1 Guaranteed hy Severs Drug Co- THE MARKET CHICAGOCattle Fancy steer SI 76 67 30 common to good 5 OOS 65 cows J2 7634 00 helfere 12 5095 IS bulls S 404 25 stockers and feeder I2 254 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 14 505 IS lambs JS 097 60 yearlings JS 506 25 Calves J4 7507 75 Hogs Choice heavy shipping sa 85 f6 62V light butchers 6 5066 60 choice light J6 456 55 light mixed 16 3046 O parking J5 5006 40 pigs JS iCQ 15 Wheat No 1l red Tie CornNo 2 3Sc EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export cattle J3 SrtffS 00 shipping steers SI 75C5 26 butchers cattle U 75 6 25 heifers S3 25f4 75 fat cows 12 2S 64 00 bulls 13 5064 00 milkers and iprlngers no 00650 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice yearlings It OQgj 6 81 wethers IS 75t6 00 ewes 15 006 6 50 spring lambs IS 0097 85 Calves Best 8 0068 50 Hogs Heavies 16 70 I 66 80 mediums 16 6566 it Yorkers 15 506 60 IIfI 6 506 55 PITTSBURGCattle Choice 15 766 6 00 prime 5 5065 75 tidy butchers 14 7066 10 heifers 12 504 25 cows bulls and stags sz 6062 75 fresh cows 126 00650 00 Sheep and Lambs Primi wethers 16 6065 75 good mixed IS 40 6 60 lambs IS 0067 85 Calves Veal 15 0068 25 HogsHeavy hogs 16 75fi 6 80 mediums and heavy Yorkers 18 70 light Yorkers 16 60 pigs 16 6066 55 CLEVELAND Cattle Prime dryfed 15 5066 00 choice heifers 12 064 25 fat cows 13 2563 60 bulls 13 0063 25 milkers and springers 112 00643 00 Sheep and Lambs Choice lambs 7 491 7 50 wethers15 0066 55 mixed 14 756 C 00 ewes IS 00 Calves 17 60 down Hogs Yorkers 86 5 mediums 16 65 jilsjs 14 4061 50 roughs 15 8568 00 FtnK I4 2S64 76 CINCINNATI Wheat No 2 red 7661 76iyc CornNo 2 mixed 49H650c Oats No 2 mixed 3614360 RyeNo 2- 17c LardS 40 Bacon 110 25 Bulk meats 19 1244 Hogs 15 2St 1 45 Cattle I209U635 Sheep 126064 75 Lambs 14 2567 S- OBOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above 33ifc34c X 3l 932c No 1 40Q41o No2 3S39c fine un washed 25 6 6o delnine washed 31131c delnlne unwashed 2Qk129c Kentucky and Indiana combing Hhlood 33635c TOLEDO Wheat 76Uc corn 49i oats 35 6c rye 64c cloverseed IS lifc OH North llma 90 South Lima aid Indiana 86 NEW YORKWheat No 2 red 793- cbraNo 2 54c OatsMixed uJka It Takes Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your bodyit is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate and send the blood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile Ih fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if you feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or misery anywhere your nerves are weak and your system run dbwn To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine which Wil strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves Far eighteen years Dr Miles Nervlrip and AntiPain Pills have been my chive companions Early in marw- hilenerdvesfNcamo could my allAwornoutl not sleep Had no appetite Indigestion very bad and had such awful Milespells rhen I began using Pr Nervine and at once I began to Im prove anti soon found myself In perfect h thUNG 324 PltUburg St Now Castle Pa Dr Mlles jNervlna la sold by your druggist whowlll guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It fans he will refund ydur money Miles Med W Co Elkhart Ind tlJlo n a rte E The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CompanyVCAPITAL 5000000 B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD CashierIPAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B PBeardit Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Does a General Banking Business Acts as Trustee Executor Adminis trator Guardian and in every Fiduciary Capacityrr Intrest Paid on Time Deposits Insured against Loss by Fire or BurglaryI t 1 Il1 W II BOWMER President A D KILLMAN Cashier F L LIGMTFOOT VicePresident CIUE SKILLMAN AsstCasbler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE r KII Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and 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Bbroad Will Be Found Briefly Chronicled and Duly Arranged In This Column John C Kane theatrical manager killed by cars at Cedar Rapids Ia Duncan C Burt of Hlllsboro 111 an actor suicided in New York by In haling gas W M Hervey 50 farmer struck by train and killed at Falrley crossing near Steubenvllle O A L White and wife of Lima 0 were Injured In wreck of a Santa Fe train near Manzanlllo Colo UnitedStatesat Fayetteville Ark by falling down stairway to his office Search is being made to discover what has become of 650 electric light poles worth J4000 bought by city ot Columbus 0 two years ago Fire at Birmingham Ala did 300 000 damages to Prowell Hardware Co Birmingham Dry Good Co and other occupants of the latter companys i buildingCharles Beck city Infirmary dIrec- tor of Hamilton 0 dropped dead Simon Myers 55 teamster at Akron 0 was run over by hIe wagon and In stantly killed Mayor McConnell of Alliance OH flnod five women camping near tILe city 25 each for fortune telling Warrant charging false statement Issued for arrest of Charles MoGUl manager of the bank which failed at Ontario Can- Castellano divorce postponed two weeks At request of countess ques tion of divorce Is to be determined before claims of counts creditors Thomas ORegan baker at Mays c Tille Ky shot and killed Mrs Robeo Ca Bradsford then throw hlmolf ua K der a train and waa killed Jealousy V Mrs Teresa Warren and 4 yoar old son found asphyxiated In bedroom of their home In Chicago She was men tally weak and act beltoved to be In tentlonal 4 Moors of Morocco and Algeria preparing to begin a holy war Total registration In Greater New York 662090 last year 643744 Two white miners In Gold Hill mine I sear Salisbury N C killed by ext plosionLake Shore Electric railways shops at Fremont 0 burned Loss 100000 fully Insured Congressman Grosvenor predicts that next congress will be Republican by 50 majority Five bridge companies and four rep resentatives ot bridge companies fined at Ottawa 0 for violation of trust law Fines paid Benjamin Dubois IS of near Bath Ind fatally crushed by cave In of gravel bank Mrs Sadie Birch 18 married one year took acid and died at East Liver pool O Ill health Sodeman Heat and Power com panys plant at Edwardsvllle III burned Loss 70000 Factory and yards of Boroklng Lum ber and Box company at Fredalba Cal burned Loss 150000 Thomas Marshall 72 first member of Utah territorial GonUleI died at Salt Lake City John Marshall the famous jurist William Ruff 31 of Lancaster 0 after deserted by wife he married three weeks ago took acid and died at Columbus 0 failing to find her W C Nunenmacher manager of printing company at Atlanta found with throat cut Circumstances Indl cate suicide Was to have been married soon William Cruse 60 Lancaster 0 burst a blood vessel while coughing and died W G Ellis 21 of Toronto Ont died of Injuries received in practice football game Wife of George W Peck former governor offWisconsin died suddenly at Wlnnetaka Ill At Youngstown 0 Marello Delllru an Italian drank a quart of whisky on a bet of 1 and died In a few hours Frank OLoughlln American league umpire refused offer of senatorial nomination on Democratic ticket at Rochester N Y He telegraphed the campaign committee that ho has ns political ambitions Eugene Faronar was killed outright at Los Angeles Cal and 12 others were seriously injured four probably fatally when a streetcar plunged down a steep hill at Macy and pleas The Kidneys When they ire weak toN pid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neglect them at this time but heed the warning of the aching back the bloated face the sallow complexion the urinary disorderand begin treaimentatonce wit- hHoodsSarsaparilla which contains thebestand safest curative substances For testimonials of remarkable cur i Send for Book on Kidneys No 8 C L Heed Co Lewel M8Mc SEVERS DRUG CO- o o dnsaedintoWaterburyConn bile owned by A A Young president LightingdrlTen by Hugh McCloud Yousgs pendingInvestigation Mt Pelee the Martinique Island relcano again In eruption Statue of Verdi Italian composer erected at New York by Italians un veiled Oct 12 Palesco bank of Guanajara Mexico lost 800000 by peculations of Its re cent manager Boiler explosion at Harvey McFar lands sawmill near Grlfflthvllle Ark killed four men Failures during the week In United States 217 same week last year 214 In Canada 28 last year 25 Main building of Oakwood manual training school near Huntsville Ala burned and one student perished A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklens Arnica Salve is ap plied promptly lie J Welch f Tekon sha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 2sc at Severs Drug Co UR6TNP REPEAL Of Fifteenth Amendment Because of Racial Difference Chicago Oct 19 Announcement of a carefully planned campaign to se cure the repeal of the fifteenth amend ment to the constitution of the United States which gives the negro equality with the white man as a citizen was made by Governor Vardaman ot Mis sissippi who was In Chicago attend- Ing the railway surgeons convention Governor Vardaman Is seeking election to the United States senate and declared that If he wins a membership In the upper houe of congress ho will make a fight on the floor of that body believing that he has the support of the entire south He Insisted that a crisis In the relations of the races In the southern states Is at hand and that the problem of white supremacy or black domination should be settled at once Brouwer Acuqltted Toms River N J Oct ISAfter a trial lasting about 10 days Dr Frank jL Brouwer Indicted for the murder of wife by poison was acquitted Tho Jury brought In a verdict of not guilty Inside of an hour When the verdict was read the courtroom Instantly was In an uproar Men and women cheered and applauded in spite of the rapping for order and the court officers had difficulty to suppress the noise Finally when quiet was restored Dr Brouwer was formally discharged Ho was so overcome that he could scarce ly speak Dr Brouwers friends crowd ed about him and offered congratula tions Dr Brouwer shook hands with his counsel and turning to Judge Hen drlckson thanked him for the Impar tiality of his charge to the jury then shook hands with each Juror Farmer Kills Family and Self Knoxville Tenn Oct 15Chalburn Mlntooth 50 and one of the most prominent farmers of Cocke county murdered his wife and four children fatally injured two other children and then committed suicide by cutting his throat The tragedy was enacted at the Mlntooth home near Newport Tenn It Is believed Mlntooth became suddenly Insane An ax was tho weapon used for the deadly work The wife and children were brained and death must have been Instantaneous The two children who are still alive cannot repovor their skulls having been crushed c CASTORIAForI The Kind You Hara Always Bought Bears the71fl Signature of ROGERS REPLY To Claim Against Standard 011 Co For Millions as Royalties Boston Oct 1GHenry H Rogers of New York filed his answers to in terrogatories presented by plaintiff Inn suit brought In supreme court against him for 50000000 by Mrs Grcenough She alleged that Rogers and his colleagues of the Standard Oil company neglected to pay her latq husband oc his family certain royalties which It was agreed should be paid for a certain secret process discovered by Greenough for tho refining of crude oil so as to make It non oxplostve In his answer Rogers says he does not know what the contract was with Greenough but states that tho process of refining oil now in use is the samo as that employed over 35 years POSTAL FINANCES A Reduction In the Annual Deficit Receipts and Expenses Grow Washington Oct 15 Postmaster General Cortelyou has given out a statement of the receipts and expend itures of the postal service for the fiscal year ended June 30 1906 It shows a reduction of the annual deficit from 14572584 for 1905 to 10516998 for 1906 The total receipts for laOS were 167932783 an increase over 1905 of 15106198 which is tho grea wt Increase for any year In the his tory of the service The total expend itures during 1906 wero 178449779 nn Increase of 11050610 over 1905 i r xi INoI Deadhead Trip One of the most famous of American shipping lines In the palmy days of our marine was the Cope line which ran between Philadelphia and Liverpool says the author of Memoirs of Charles H Cramp By this line John Ran dolph of Roanoke determined to go to Russia when he had been appointed minister to that country by President Jackson Entering the olllce of the company In Philadelphia he said to a clerk in his usual grandiloquent man nerSir I wish to see Thomas P Cope lie was shown to Mr Copes office I am John Randolph of Roanoke he said I wish to take passage to Liverpool In one of your ships If he expected to be tendered a pass he was grievously disappointed I am Thomas Cope replied the head of the line If thee goes aboard the ship and selects thy stateroom and will pay 150 thee may go A Timely Shake Some years ngo the Duke of Cou naught visited Japan nud was taken by Sir Edwin Arnold round the bazars of Tokyo where he bought many curI- ous toys and specimens of Japanese art In the evening he remarked to Sir Edwin that he had seen most of the sights but had not experienced any of the earthquakes which are so common la Japan I suppose you cannot show me one said the duke Jestingly Immediately the house shook the chandelier swayed backward and for ward the china and glass on the table rattled and the door burst open Why Sir Edwin you are a magi clanI remarked the duke as the shock which had happened at so curious a moment subsided Preventica as the name implies pre tents all Colds and Grippe when taken at the sneeze stage Preventica are toothsome candy tab lets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken earlywhen you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Preventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recom mended in 5 cent and 23 cent boxes b Severs Drug Co A nvmnrUahle Epitaph- A remarkable epitaph Is on a tomb stone In Brighton churchyard In Eng land It reads In memory of Phoebe Hessel who was born at Stepney In the year 1713 She served for many years as a private soldier In the Fifth regiment of foot In different parts of Europe and In the year 1745 fought under the command of the Duke of Cumberland at the battle of Fontenoy where she received a bayo net wound In her arm Her long life which commenced In the time of Queen Anne extended to the reign of George IV by whose munltlcence she receiv ed comfort and support In her latter years She died at Brighton where she had long resided Dec 12 1821 aged 108 years Atlantic lllllovra The authorities of the United States hydrographlc bureau have endeavored to ascertain the size of the Atlantic waves Prom careful observations they learn that in height the waves usually average about thirty feet but In rough weather they attain from forty to fortyeight feet In storms they are often from 500 to GOO feet long and continue to move about ten or eleven seconds while the longest yet known measured half a mile and did not exhaust Itself for ttventy three sec onds I I Women na Traveler As n matter of genuine fact women In nine cases out of ten are better travelers than men are To begin with If not so stodgily accurate al though that by no manner of means follows they are more fluent In mod ern languages They chatter In them say the male things Ergo they are the more colloquial the readier to cIr- cumvent the wiles and extortions of kellner or of gurcou London Gentlewoman A Good DOR What kind of a dog Is that asked the Inquisitive man I duuiio Jes what kind of a dog he Is answered Mr Erastus Plnkley but hes got good stock in 1m Dat dog is so many kinds of dog dat dar got to be good dog somewhere Washington S- tarIndigestion Stomach trouble is but a symptom of and not In ItaoH a true disease We think of Dyspepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real diseases yet they are symptoms only of a certain specific Nerve sickness nothing else It was this fact that first correctly led Dr Shoop In the creation of that now very popular Stomach RemedyDr Shoopt Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr Shoop and his Restorative With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishments were over to bo had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Shoopt Restorative Tablets or Liquid and see for your teU what It can and will do We toll and cheer folly recommend Dr Shoops Restorative e I HONGKONG HARBOR Churned by Typhoon Which Wrought Havoc to Shipping Hongkong Sept 19So far as known no Americans lost their lives In the typhoon which churned up the harbor here and did such great damage to shipping The harbor Is strewn with wreckage and the streets are lit tered with debris It Is estimated that 100 lives were lost An unknown steamer collided with the British steamer Strathmore seri ously damaging the latter The Brit- Ish steamer Loong Sang collided with the British steamer Chip Shlng with slight damage The river bout Fat Bhang fouled the French mall boat Polynesian The British steamer Monteaglo the German steamer Sig nal the German steamer Emma Luy ken the British steamer Chang Sha the German steamer Sexta the Kow loon ferryboat and a water boat were driven ashore The United States vessel Sorsogon and German steamer Jo hanne arc awash A Japanese steam er Is stranded on Kellets Island One French torpedoboat destroyer IB ashore and two others dragged their anchors the entire length of the har bor The British steamer Empress of Japan was saved by the dock compa nys tugs keeping her steady The United States steamer S P Hitchcock was driven high and dry on shore The British river steamers Kwong Chow San Cheung and Sun Lee foun dered The French steamer Charles Hardouln was damaged The Chines steamer Wing Chal was beached- A tramp vessel collided with the French torpedoboat destroyer Frondo and It Is reported 20 Frenchmen were killed The French torpedoboat do stroyer Franclsque Is ashore the steamer1 Apenrade Is stranded on Stone Cutters Island and tho British steamer Radnor Shire Is damaged The military quarters and temporary buildings were demolished and the men are being quartered In tbs casemates of the fort- EASTERN RAILWAY Proposes to Reduce Passenger Fare t TwoCent Rate Washington Sept 19The Boston tit Albany Railroad company In a let ter to the Interstate commerce com mission requests permission to change Its passenger rates to all points east and north of the line drawn from Washington D C to Buffalo Inclu give and Interline tariff to all points west and south of such line from 2Vi cents per mile to 2 cents The letter states that by the general reduction a great many of the rates to points InI Ontario Michigan western Pennsyl- vanIa Ohio Indiana and Illinois may be changed The company states that It received notification that the Penn- Sylvania Erie Lackawnnna LehighI Valley and Reading roads would reduce one way local fares to 2ifc cents per mile and therefore asks that It bo permitted to have until Oct 25 to file revised tariffs effective Nov 1 No action was taken on tho request Churchill Defeated Concord N H Sept 19Charles- M Floyd of Manchester was nomi nated for governor at the close of the hardest contest ever waged In a Republican convention In New Hamp- shIre Nine ballots wore necessary and three of these ballots were made void by more votes being cast than there were delegates entitled to seats Winston Churchill the novelist and leader of the recently organized Lln cola Republican club of New Hamp- shIre was Floyds competitor In thc final vote Tho result of the ninth and final ballot was Floyd 40S Churchill 335 Charles H Greenlenf of Franco nla 55 Stephen H Gale of Exeter 12 Made Up Shortage Akron 0 Sept 19Fred E Smith former county treasurer paid up the shortage Incurred during his adminis tratlon He was given a receipt for his full Indebtedness to the county by his successor Payment of depos its In local banks by Smith as county treasurer were made recently and these with his being apportioned 9951230 from the county treasury as city and school board treasurer re duced the deficit to 8383004 which was cashed off The t 1 deficit charged against Smith byBp special examiners from ColumbuflWas 483 34234 This Included all lloans whether In the Judgment of tlto examiners they wore good or not Near ly all loans mado by Smith are paid Campaign For TwoCent Fare HarrIsburg Pa Sept 17 S M Williams secretary of the Pennsylva nia state board of trade made public copies of letters received from the governors of several states on the movement to obtain uniform legisla tion throughout the United States for a 2cent maximum fare on steam rail roads Mr Williams recently commu j i theia obtaining sentiments on this question A num ber of the governors are personally favorable to 2cent fare and In a few Instances tell of movements Inii states to obtain such the legislature Declined Nomination theIrjj London 0 Sept 20 Thomas H Davidson who was nominated for commissioner by the recent Demo cratic county convention declined to allow his name to go on tho ticket The committee appointed to fill va- canciesi has selected Marion Harvey of London to fill out the ticket Farmers Cremated Lancaster Ky Sept 13 Nathan Taylor and Bud Kaiser farmers of Buckeye this county were burned to death with tho house fa which theyII were sleeping The cause of tho fire I Is unknown Taylor left a family and Kaiser was a single man I t No More Cold Rooms If you only knew how much comfort can be derived from a PERFECTION Oil Heaterhow simple and economical withoutItdayYou make warm and cozy any cold room or hallway no matter in what part of the house You can heat water and do many other things with the y PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device dangerCarryintense heat without smoke or smell because equipped with smoke less device Made in two finishesnickeland jjapan Brass oil fount beauti 9hoursgetheaternearest agency for descriptive circular THE JT y omn cannot be forJLXMrJr and steady light simple con absolutesafetyEquippedbrass throughout and nickel plated An ornament to anyroom whether library diningroom parloror bed room Every lamp warranted Write to nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD Olt COMPANY I test School Books School Supplies i Complete new line of standard school books for Kentucky have arrived Your order can be filled here from the primer up Get your school supplies here too I Jno D Babbage Sons Publishing Co iJt or THEY Fifth Avenue f HOTEL S Louisville Ky M PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr E Y C nIII If200I Only block the and two from the Street cars the door the city IEverthlnlt andiclean r May A Griffin REAL ESTATEWe have recently opened Real office in Owensboro Ky and kindly invite our Breckenridge County friends to communicate with us should they wish to buy sell any kind of property We feel that with wide acquaintance and the knowledge have of tho Real that we can be of great assistance to all especially call your at tention to Daviess County Lands or Owensboro Investments Yours truly MAY t GRIFFINOf- fice 324 12 St Ann St Both Phones 358 Owensboro Ky Tragedy In Philippines Manila Oct 17 First Lieutenant Robert B Calvert 31 of the Twenty fourth Infantry U A killed Sergeant Taylor of the same regiment at province of Lehte Particulars of the tragedy have not been received Back In Washington Washington Oct 18 Secretary and Mrs Taft Assltant Secretary Bacon and Mrs Bacon General Funston and others composing Secretary Tafts party arrived IB Washington Wednes day C u Kt one from principal shopping district blocks principal theatres pass to all parts of neat 0 n u Frank S a Estate or a we Estate values do we S Albera night A teacher in explaining the different kinds of sentences to her class asked what it would be If she saIdItI am looking for a man I I dont know said the boy at tho wouldbePiles uickl7 and positively cures with Dr hoop a Magic Ointment Its made for Plies aloneand it does the work surely and with satisfaction itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by Severs Drug Co n r f r L E 1r r v 8THEbRECKENRIDQE NEWS CLOVERPORt KY OCTOBER 24 1906 4 SOUND RELIEF N MRS ANNA MUNDEN I There can bo no doubt about It that the tendency to resort to surgical opera tions has been too groat in the past and that this harmful tendency la growing less every day- Experience has demonstrated that many ailments which seemed to require snrclcal operations in the past are now SURGICAL OPERATIONS AvotDCD being cured by the use of harmless rem edies Peruna has done as much as any other remedy to es tablUh this very important fact Thousands of people have been con demned to undergo surgical operations Their physicians have told them that they must either submit to inch operation or lose their lives After this they have retorted to leruna and found relief Other good remedies haTe accom plished the same result but it Is safe W assume that no other remedy has equaled Peruna In its beneficent work Many of tbo alleged Incurable de- rangements of the pelvis aro dependent upon catarrh There is no euro for these except the removal of the catarrh Peruna seemingly works miracles in some of these eases The explanation however is very simple Peruna re moves the catarrh and Nature doe the tt BIG SPRING H H Kemper of Irvington was here Sunday Mac Moorman of Texas is here visiting las brother Achilles llool man Prank Bush and Cecil Clarkon have gone to Spenceport N Y to work with John Fttbbot a former MondeJ county boy who is 1inthe commission business Miss Zelmn Strother returned home Sunday from a visit to Louisville Kev MuComiol has moved his family here from Beror Dram Me filled the pulpit the second Sun v day and all were delightedwith him Mrs H II Cniycoft has rev turned home after a months visit to her brother ut Dallas Tex Charles Morris came down from Louisville Friday and remained oval until Sunday Eugene Foiiachce while playing at the school hou e cut an artery in his foot and it was neccessary MOTHERS READ THIS DAUGHTER OF Co W STUMP Mrs C W Stump of Canton Ohio writes I wish I could Induco every mother who has a weak sickly child to try that delicious cod liver prepar ation Vlnol Our little daughter wart pale thin and sickly We tried various medicines but without any benefit whatever and the could not take cod liver oil or emulsions as they nauseated her and upset her stomach Learning that Vlnol contains all the medicinal and strengthcreating properties of cod liver oil but with out the disagreeable oil we decided to try It and the results were marvel tohealthWe have never sold a medicine equal to Vlnol for delicate children Severs DfuCo i I Suffered Thirteen Years WithI Pelvic Troubles Unable to Find Relief AN OPERATION ADVOCATED Peruna Taken as a Last Resort Brings Health and Strength ArkAI suffered with female troubles for thirteen years and tried the best doctors In Louisville Ky without relief I spent thousands of dollars at the SpringsThe doctors desired that I have aa operation performed to remove ay ovaries which I would not consent to I saw an advertisement of your Peruna and bought one bottle and before I had taken it all I could get out of bed and walk about After taking three bottles I was as well and hearty as ever- I gained In flesh From 118 I In creased to 186 pounds If It had not been for your great and wonderful medicine I would now be In my grave I would advise all women sufferers to try It III would not be without It for the world A WOMANS LETTER TO WOMEN Mrs Caroline Kramer Port Collins Col writes The majority of women who are auf faring from disordered periods and other troubles have inch strong faith in doctors that they allow them to ex periment on them for kidney liver or stomach troubles until they become discouraged and their money is gone This was my unfortunate experienc- tor nearly two years when my atten tion was called to Peruna I hardly dared believe that at last had found the right medicine but as I kept on using It and was finally cured I could only thank God and take cour ageI Lave had most satisfying result from the use of your r medicine and have SATISFACTORY advised dozens of RESULTS FROM S women who were PERUNA suffering with Ow s s NvJwO womans ills to use Pernna and lot the doctors alone and those who have fol lowed my advice are better today and many are fully restored to hoalth to have Drs Strothers and Baxter to attend him Rev Russell and family will leave Wednesday for Scottsville Ky where he has been alignedi for this conference year Mrs Jim Bewley died Wednesday October 3 from abscess of the liver and was buried at the Methodist burying grounds Dr Strother attended the State Medical Society which met at Owensboro October 10lii John Morris was in Hardins burg last Monday Miss Jennie Meyer Ihay gone t Louisville to attendschool Mr and Mrs Meyer were ini Louisville last week IDr Strother and wife were iin Eilixabotht own lost Thursday Born tto the wife of Clay Bates the 14 a dnuffh ter WesleySullen CASTOnXABun Bound etthec2ZSWhich Vn It The governor was puzzled Look here he said turning to his prlvat- secretary Can you tell me whether this note conies from my tailor or my legal adviser Theyre both named BrownThe note was us follows- I have begun your suit Ready to be tried on Thursday Come In BROWN Toledo Blade Slow Tree Are Ilnlanced A tree grows In perfect balance o every side When a large branch shoots out on one side one of equal size or two smaller appear on the other The roots aru balanced in tine same way a large branch on one side being matched by a large root The center of gravity id thus always perfectly maintained Plague of Invrntlnnn- II Human Ingenuity Is a plague to mod ern life and there Is some excuse for till view of n great man who regarded the Inventor of railways as a curse to his race The truth probably Is that no Invention Is at first perfect and we have to suffer from Its transitory Im perfections London Lancet Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use automizers have resulted In Liquid Cream Balm a new and conve nient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedv for Catarrh which can always be depended on In power to allay inflam mation to cleanse the cloggedairpass agesto promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm are alike Ljquid Cream Balm is sold by all drug I sprayingI I I KENTUCKYAKentucky is in the main an agricultural State The policy of protection as applied to Kentucky is therefore of great interest to every business in the commonwealth All classes in America are interdepen dent The relation between the farmer and the artisan is particularly close when the city wage earner receives due compensation for his work he will buy moroand better food for his family The farmer benefits The farmers bentfit means an added value to farm property The present selling values of medium quality farm lands in every State has been ascertained by the Department of Agriculture through the agency of nearly 50000 letters from prominent and reliable citizens located from the far East to the far West and from the far North to the far South The prices reported have been averaged for each class of farms with the result that tho department is able to an nounce the following increases in total farm real estate values in 1905 as compared with the values reported in the census of 1900 Increased Real Estate Class of farms Value in Five Years Live stock 2263000000 Hay and grain 1983000000 General t f 768000000 Cotton 4 460000000 DairyO I 369000000 Vegetable r x 113000000 Fruit 94000000 Tobacco 57000000 Sugar M 26000000 Rice 3000000 Total increase 6136000000 This enormous increase of 6136 000000 in the total value of the real estate of our farms in only five years is equal to an average an nual increase of 1227000000 for each of the fivoyearsor 102250 000 for each and every month In other words every time the sun went down during that five years the farmers of the United States were worth 3360000 more in their real estate alone than they were at sun up on each of the 1825 days Sundays and holidays included In addition Uncle Sams farmers arc better off to the extent of the thatematter since the present protective tariff was adopted onJuly 271897 theInew furniture and the pianos farmers did not buy many pianos or much furniture in lowtariff days which they paid for and put in their homes for the farm machinery farm implements and additional live stock blooded and otherwise which they have put on their farms for the orange lemon and other fruit trees which they have been able to buy and plant for the investments they have been able to make in financial industrial and commercial companies for tho better clothes for wife children and self which they have been able to buy andstill own for the trips abroad which they or their wives or their sons and daughters or all the family have been able to make for the higher education college or other which they have been able to give their sons and daughters for the years added to their own lives by the removal of care and financial worry for the power they are in their communities compared with the weakness of their position among their fellows in lowtariff days for the broad hold they have on life and the variety and wideness of their environments insteadof being cribbed cabined and confined for the better carriages or automobiles in which they can ride to county fair or to market for the telephones in their homes and the rural free delivery at their doors for the market which seeks them instead of their having to seek the market for the better financial support they are able to give to their churches their lodges their improvement societies and womens clubs In short they are nowthose hard working honest intelligent farmers of ours and their familiesgladdened with the joys of life instead of figuratively speaking starving on its bare necessities oThe Kentucky farmer was never as well off He is today in a position not only to support his family in affluence but to give his children the best schooling available Protection is enlightening Kentucky It is opening doors of opportunity for her children otherwise closed It is the policy for Kentucky and no mistake Lucky IlnrHcnhoei There Is n right way and a wrong In the picking up of a horseshoe I was walking with a country bred boy along a Somerset lane and saw one lying in the crumbling summer rut There Is a horseshoe said I The lad sprang forward but stopped suddenly before his fingers touched the Iron But I wont pick It up said he or I shall spoil your luck It may perhaps hue been only a point of etiquette but he myefinding could bring luck neither to him nor to me If he touched It before me London Standard A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of Intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely agowhennshe began taking Electric Bittera which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity sue had in the prime of life writes Mrs WL Gilpat ric of Danforth Me Greatest restora tive medicine on the globe Sets Stom itch Liver and Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilous ness and Weakness Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Thla Ii Different Love makes the world go round The world seems to go round but love makes your head swim Thats the explanation How to Be Beautiful What do you do to keep so beautl full tlfey asked the butterfly I I do nothing she replied A deep genuine sincerity Is the first characteristic of all men In any way heroic Carlyle A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money It- PAZO OINTMENT fails to cnrl In o toilDays SOc J Musical for Next Month The Epworth League will give a mus ical next month under the direction of Mrs L T Reid PUBLIC OPINION Responsible For Rebate Conviction Claims the Defense New York Oct 18 In the case against the New York Central railway and Its general traffic manager F L Pomcroy for granting rebates the Jury returned a verdict of guilty The charge against the New York Central and Pomeroy was based on Indictments found by the United States grand jury after many months of Inv vestigation It was alleged that the defendants entered Into an agreement with tho American Sugar Refining company whereby Edgar Son of De troit were favored by a reduction of 5 cents per 100 on sugar shipments from New York to Detroit from the regular traffic rates According to the provisions of the Elkins law under which convictions were secured the maximum penalty Is a fine of 20000 As both the Central and Pomeroy are convicted by the de cision of the Jury on all of the six counts charged In the indictment the total fine for each can be made as high as 120000 which would be the maximum under the law In discussing the Jurys verdict Aus ten G Fox counsel for the defendants placed the responsibility for the con vlctlon of his clients on public opinion Looking Backward Do you ever look back over your ears and think how many times you have made a fool of yourself We do Mancos TimesTribune I Notice to TaxPayers I or one of my deputies will be at the following places to collect taxes Sample Thursday October 25 Union Star Friday October 26 Stephensport Saturday October 27 Chenault Monday October 29 Moolyville Tuesday October 30 Cloverport Friday and Saturday Oc tober 26 27- Irvington Monday October 20 Webster Tuesday October 30 Please meet us and save penalty and cost Yours M MILLER S B C 5j A4e G 4E o ft r6fE6f + rfi1 I FOR SALE 1 or will trade for Cattle I M One two year old horse three year old horse colt ALSO cFOR SALE One pair three year old mules broke mare and horse One pair eight year old mules mares I One pair five year old mules mare and horse One pair aged mules mare and horse In fact anything in the mule line Also four weanlings two mares two horses STRAYEDE- ight head of cattle six steers two heifers find them and notify me and receive rew- ardBEARD I HARDINSBURG BROS KY J 1 Dont suffer these cold days without a good heating stove such as Ivy Oak Kentucky Oak Coles Air Tight Heater The Old Fashioned I Drum Stove and Coles Hot Blast which you can get by going toIMcGIothlan Piggott Irvington Ky Beautiful Complexions Return this with 50 one cent stamps or 25 one cent stamps with the names and addresses of twenty ladies and learn how to have a lovely natural color as long as you live This method is now being revealed for the first time to the general public There are no cosmetics bleaches face powders or other poisons in this Pimples blackheads and discolorations disappear forever under this method Women and girls who wish to be beautiful will be taught the simple laws of beauty and they will learn how the most beautiful women in Paris guided and controlled by Master Gypsy and Greek minds appeared upon the scene played the game of life and carried everything before them with their bright eyes and unrivalled complexions L J MOCKLEY 1133 BROADWAY NEW YORK ii E111 MmfllMIIiSI I Notice T- oTAXPAYERSI Under the new law a penalty of 6 per cent will be added to all unpaid taxes on November 1st 1906 The new law is very stringent and I hope each Tax Payer will make prompt payment You will find me at my office in the rear of the Cloverport Bank CHAS MAY SR Ce Te Ce Groves Tasteless ChiUTonic has stood the test 25 yeas Average Annual Sake over One and a Half lostattles Dos this record of merit appeal toyou No Cure No Pay Sowr- stclasel with every lottk Is aTee Ceab package elCnvea IIeck Root 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